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Memphis Judge Claims New
Evidence of Stock Spec
By the Associated Press.
DALLAS, Tex., May , 21.—As the
Quadrennial General Conference of the
Methodst Episcopal Church South
neared its close today an att?mpt was
begun to protest formally the exonera
tion of Bishop James Cannon, jr., of
charges of stock market speculation.
Apparently more concerned In the
election of a third new bishop and
perfection of plans for the consolida
tion of several educational board', most
delegates apparently considered the
Cannon allegations a closed issue.
Judge G. T. Fitzhugh of Memphis,
prime mover in the convention fight
against the militant Washington, D. C.,
bishop, declared, however, that he
would protest exoneration on the
ground that such action of the epis
copacy committee was illegal.
Fitzhugh said he had new evidence
to support his latest attack. This evi
dence, it was learned, consisted of sev
eral telegrams exchanged between the
bishop and Kable & Co., defunct New
York brokerage house.
Josephus Daniels, former Secretary
of the Navy, one of those who sought
to bring Cannon to trial, in a statement
indicated his belief that Cannon had
been saved "by the quality of mercy
which drops on erring bishop and
congoan alike."
Two of three bishops authorized have
been elected. Paul B. Kearn. pastor of
the Travis Park Methodist Church at
San Antonio, 47 years old. and Arthur
J. Moore, pastor of the First Church at
Birmingham, 41 years old, wfere the
An important subject deferred until
today was discussion of the temperance
report, to which Josephus Daniels has
promised to take exception. Daniels
I objected to inclusion of parts prepared
by Bishop Cannon.
Headaches are usually less an ailment
of themselves than a symptom or warn
ing that something Is wrong elsewhere
in the body.
Bald-Head Chicago Officers Report Success With Hair j
Restorer, but Supply Base Has Departed.
By the Associated Press.
CHICAGO, May 21—The important
question around the West North Ave
nue police station is: “Where is Sergt.
Willfam Stegman's wife's cousin's for
mer next-door neighbor?”
Three weeks ago Stegeman reported
for duty carrying a little round box,
which he presented to Lieut. John
Buckley and Sergt. Ed Hunt.
“It's a salve,” said Stegeman.
“How do we use it?” inquired the
“Just rub it in,” said Stegeman. “I
got it from my wife’s cousin’s next
door neighbor.”
Lieut. Buckley and Sergt. Hunt,rub
bed It in. A week later they went to
“ 'Tis a wonderful salve,” they said.
Efforts to Save Youthful Painter
Prove Futile Despite
Quick Action.
By the Associated Press.
LE ROY. 111.. May 21.—Dangling from
a roof with his neck broken, George
Harvey. 18, of Somerset. Ind., himself
directed rescuers, but he -expired be
fore he was lowered to the ground.
Harvey was painting the roof of a
grain elevator when he slipped. The
safety rope stopped his plunge, but
tangled about his neck and suspended
Harvey eight feet below the roof. His
cries for help brought several men, who
tried to pull the youth back to the roof.
They failed, and Harvey advised them
to get an extension ladder. The lad
der was too short, and the lad suggest
ed they procure another rope, lasso him
and cut the first line.
This was done. It failed to save his
“Bring us more. Bring us several boxes
Bring us all you can get. It’s won
“I regret to announce," said Stege
man, “that I am unable to accommo
date you. My wife got the salve while |
visiting her cousin in Oak Park. My
cousin got it from her next-door neigh
bor. The next-door neighbor of my
wife's cousin has moved. Nobody knows
where. Ergo, I can’t get any more
salve.” . i ' '
Lieut. Buckley and Sergt. Hunt, re
spectively scratched the sparsely haired
portions of their heads.
“Too bad,” said Lieut. Buckley. “That
salve was the best thing I ever saw
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Danville, Va. 5.00
Lynchburg, Va. 4.00
Orange, Va. 2.50
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Washington <Union Station) 6:40 p.ni.,
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