Harrisonburg Daily News Record

February 26, 1921

Issue date: Saturday, February 26, 1921
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Previous edition: Friday, February 25, 1921
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Harrisonburg Daily News Record (Newspaper) - February 26, 1921, Harrisonburg, Virginia rnictAL w�ATifi� nmm ^ ^fettthti-; Vtif Sfttarday And Stm� H% Wnmet Stmday, of th� Ait4it IttftAti of CitiditiMM.. fmr �fidiiii7aiie 30,1920 tiM VOL. XLIL NO. 849. COMPLRtt: t.ncAh HARRISONBURG, VA.. I SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1021. OLD FOLKS' WAsmilGTOK'S BIRTHDAY OEL-SBllAtBD BY SmOINO GOOD OLD SONGS. J, LONG aECTED MODEMTOR MFlUENCE OE HMDlliG BEHIND Nm PRdlllMM Vi6w8 of Prcsident'Elect Are Given in letter to Proiaincnt Senate llepublica�,-^ " Mtiiryl nf Iho Ifniiso for (k!(irtv ^ ')piii|ii liilioiifl for tbc nnval umU, 'vntenl. The view _ the PreBldonl-olcct were sol foi*i 'lPcllon of .1. D, liOiVK'arf nirtd^rator ati(i 'Waltev I^. iVfilll�r as S^eVetary. Leaders called to the front 'we're P.. II. .milffflet. and son, ^Ilonry iTlloRKcr, Taaa� Ylllibert, fieorBo Kiilee-ly, aWchasl Zlgler, Tlomor F. Thomas, and Walter Miller. Owlivg to tihe few leaders prcsoni Bove.rnJ wcvd callf^d bacTc t� tJic floor for the second and even the third itlme. >Henry Blosser was, credited with loa.dilhg tlie greatest mi.fniber of songs. In a.11, thirty-four songs were wmg. of which the most ipopmlar were ''Heavenly Vision." firteam of Death," "ArHngton," "Easter An-tihOTit," "Llngbam Dedication An-Ihem," "Let Me Go" and "Honieward Bound." Though iRoclJlnghain ha.8 had singrs that drew larger crowds, yet tho county has had 'but faw, if any, where the singing was ;better.' The closing song "Haptjy Liand", wa� led by ITomer Thomas. was said, aiithorltatlvely expressed himself as doslrlug a continuation of the present naval building program without material reduction. MUflSTRIITE IIUEN SENDS TWO TO THE STATE ROM Each Giyen Pour Months and Pine of Fifty Dollars for Stealing Chickens. Banjs VIOLIN JtECiTAl, . Pupils 6t Miss JBllKnibetlV Tra.iii>e. ��na^iarted^*y'J'aT��ite?Ij6e'Woodson, so-�PTOno. ivHiU iglf^ the foUow'iiig' violin recital at her studio, 287 East Mar-Uet 'St., thlis afternoon at 3:30 o'cloclc. The .public is cordially Invited. A'alse " Ambroslo ' Louise Palmer Sailors .fsoTig Erieg Viv.ia fITaurr a Hy.ran b The Syliph Armstrong Christine Pergeson Walt.7. Danda Normand Tfawlcins Vocal 'Solo .Selected Fannie Lee Woodson llcvorlo C.jJeB TTelon TJlgln Evening Song Krogmann Anno Gibson Cradle '5?ong KSchom .Tames Beery ; Vocal Solo Selected .Kannie f-eo Wood?.on Liillaby /'Heepmann I ' Cecelia Aronsenj Swing SoHje:\ / '*'*BHii.\7Tolloran/ f'oncerlfl. B'Major , , " Seitz Allegro iMfifflyrato," Andaj^te cort^^ldKo ' '^'Joe 'Jloihtk/  -�c .Among tliH* out of towln vliiHtirp-ln the Itomca'of.T. R.'. L. YiughoS uud Rrmer Fl. �TTu'fhfs,'w\eelr, inn no count .of tho iillneHa'rfn:d delPith; of Mrs Mlnule hoc HughoR,' at Rjjo^lrifelljim Momorlflil Hospital, were lier, lius-hand, .Tplin �. V. flTuKhes,) and two datighteira, Kiathleen and \Mar.v,: pC � fiwlft Run': B, Prank B^m^V^ M. H. Wl'lllums, df Oharl^ffleaviMe .lohn W, Hughes, of Winffhester Mr. and i^fr.i. W. O. i&Hm Minn Wthel Bhljpp'and J. .T. OridleiS of Swift Hun .  l| J. A. .R.lddel, of Brldgewafelr was In biislnosH visitor In narrlBoni;hurg ,yo.sterday nftftnvoon. KUPPENHEIMEITGO^CLOTri;?:: ^ FOR &PRING ^ Wn are now' showing a complol lino of Kuppwhoimer Good CjolheW ' and Uiore Is no man, however OJf' noting, who will not find Just ha wants, rtt tho prico be wniila Jl'^i'O is the-price range; .f2f),GP � ?35-, ISO.'fiO, 148.50 and Jl'50, Aac matter of fact, Kuppenhelmor Gn(iid .Clothes give more hohertt value fP your dollar than any other elolhltie ^inade, j Footwear for spring vim is be^ �ing shown �t Jos. Ncy Sons, Yo fuiust 8*� th�t nilty Utile two-straP / J ,.�mvji 5. 30x81/^,Weed CHain?'$4. Alcabol antMvwjse,-gRl. $1.^0, ) Pord Rfldiatoy and Hopd Covers .Champion X Spark Plug* eaoh 60fi� 30x3 nonsWd Tire arid Tube ttOxSVb non'SHid Tire and Tube|. RQCKlNaKAM MOTOR CP, Woodatock, Feb. ,25.-'Oharles Scott, allaji "Wbltey", and John Romick were tried here Thursday by Justice \V. B. Allen On a charge of stealing chiickens from C. J. Peer. They were found gtilltyand sentenced to fmir months on the state roaid and fined fitfty dollars each. Famers and poultry raisers liave ibeen losing hearily by tjhe theft of their poulti*j', and It iu tlioiig|t that proititp arrest and punishihetu of all offenders will help, the situation. Wh.y not let.'*ZBKE" have your name and address for'Sunday piiper? Will; deliver tO'iifldress.Hr'wiJuia appreclfite your bnsinless. C. A. BAUGHER. s3V4 Bid'O'Skid pwni, tion Would Pass Bcfofe Adjoiirn-rnent. PRESIDENT-ELECT 0. K.'S CON-DITIONS OF lUS ACOEP. TANCB (By the Associated Prewt.^ ' Washington, Fob. 25.-The Senate Finance CO'inmlttee failed to rpacti an agreemout today on the Koldler bonus hHl, but ropnbUcan lenders predicted that the house blUi shorn of taxatAon provlBious would bo reported tomorrow to the ,Senate. Doubt was expressed that the legislation would be passed before adjourmment of Gongrfess next week. Though failing to jfcgroc on thr^ bonus bill, the finance committee acted favorably on .tho Watson bill, another measure for the benefit of diia-abled soldiers. This btlll which ha^ been ipassed by the Hou.se woiilrt extend ii)rlVi1ego� of war risk Insurance and compensation benefits. DECIDES AGAINST U. S. (By Tl^e Associated Press) I'iew York, Feb. 25.-Federal Judge Augustus Hand today handed down an opinion denying the petition .qt^tUe ,U. S.'Government tor the Hghtfb: prevent the Westprn Union Telegraph Co., troip laying cables fr�)in, the .Bjxrbartoes.; tO- Miami, Fltir- lORICUlTyRAl SEAT CERTMN Today Naval Polioies of New Ad-niinistratioii Will Be Talked Over by Inconiing President and Denby, the Selection for Secretory of the Navy-What Administration Says to One Section Ment for All, MURTENS MIIY NOW RETURN TO U, S, SilYS HIS COUNSEL .. (By Tho AH.,.(V ipolico Btiitloil, wns found 8r^i|K''f:hn drpttrtlng room, nfl cvldenca^*J.,'';((l'ng Angngod in "a pistol 'bni4i^^-.', ' ^_ MrtH OPERiTORS ARE iXROEDOFLAWWOlATIONS Shentuuii Anti-Trust La^ Now Shad oWs _ Two Hu^^red And Twenty-TKi;ee- the' Operablrs. DcpArtment of Labor Has Cancolldd Its Order for His Arrest and Deportation. New York, Feb. 2r�,-The depart.-ment of labor has cnncolled Itn war-ntnl of iirreat and order of deportft-llnn ngatnj^t Ludwic C. A, K. .Mar-term ri'ceiilly deported "atubasHador" of tho RusHlan .Sovlftt, his counsel annonnccd today. This glvos .\far-louH u "clean flinle" and tniiUtsrt him frw to return liumedlaloly to Amer-Icn. CITY m WOODSTOCK KNIGHTS OFPYtH-IAS PROPOSE PLAN TO FILL CITY'S NEED Wastkington, Feb. 2C.-OlPcnrs of the (lni)artnu')mejvtRr-ily overshadowed ov^iT oilior feature of the catolnet utluatinn. . JVfr.Hardlinig said the condition on which the former-food administrator accepted the ppBt Had been, found en birely saWsfactbry tiniti sthat the incident could be regrartled as closed. He exprcflsed confiilfcnce that his chosen head of,t^e c'dritmorce dopart-, ment would Ji>fbve,,iiwilincldent With his annbnncoment of the Ifoover selection, Mr. Harding personally confirmed for the ifirst time that he, contemplates the ap-pointmen't of IHenry Wallace,'of Des MoHnea, as secreta.ry of agriculture. The selection of Mr. Wallace, who is I an editor of fanm puhllcations, has ' for several ALLIES WILL PAY (By The Associated Press) Philadelphia, Feb. 25.-All the allies will pay their war debts to the United States, Thos. W. Laraont, partner in J. P. Morgnu & Co., who was' one of the U, S. treasury representatives on the American commission to negotiate peace, declared tonight. ---f�--;- Services Sunday morning at tho Baptist church by tho new pastor. B. V. P. U, at seven o'clock. DOWN IN GEORGIA (By The A.sHoclated Press) Wavnrly Hall. Gii., Fob. 25 ~A cigarette, a drink of Htiuor; or au audible oath hereafter will, cost ten dollars and ten licks with a lash, to many^youug men in this town who have formed nu' organ'izaiion hero (id pledged themselves to abide tho rule. Many older citizens are said to be aiding in the movement which wa.'I launched at a meeting last night,__ . TRAINS OPERATED (By The Asftnclaled Press) Mexico City, Feb. 25-.Trains wero oporntoj on all railroads today de-tvpite tho faet that more than 125,000 einkployees went on strtlke early thl� ,nu�-nlJvg. fitrike ibrookers recruited from voiuuleers and soldiers who had previous oxperlenqo imanned itralna ainder military jprotoctlou, and except In a few casea schedules were maintained with approximate regularity. _ HARD*COAL Just received car of pard coal. J. M. KAGBY & CO.. Dayton, Va. 2-20-3tc. ' �___ FIUDDLE'^ BREAD Breads (ov today; Butternut, in two lijses; Vienna Bread, Cream Bread, Quaker Bwad,' Rye Bread, Graham Bread, Pnllman Bread, Rais. In Bread. . s. Ito. I-Friddle's Bakery or Ed's .Pastry Counter. Ito, . X PROFESSIONAL NOTICE My office, will be open to patients .Monday, Feb. gsth. PR. fj. R. !MU4.RR. weeks, but hi till er to the PireaUiont-elect has declined to discuss 4t. Tomorrow the naval ipoUcies of the coming administration will be talked over iby IMr. Harding with Edwin Denby, of Detroit, the choice for sec-retan-y of the navy. It ils oxpected York, Feb. 24.-^Herbert that An appointment wIM 'bo finally telephoned President-elect sealed with the acceptance of Mr. HOOVER ACCEPTS (By,The Associated Press) New Hoover . . Harding tonight that he had accept-j Denby of tho President-elect's formal ed tho offer of the cabinet post of invitation Into the cablnot. Secretary of Commrece, George Bak- A �emnon on co-operation not only er. bis aBSislant, announced tonight between 8ef;:UoDs and parties tout be-Mr. Hoover In a statement made tween Indiyldnals was preached lon three ho would continue to direct the pol-i �P��>c.he8 deWvered during - " (By The Associated Press)' IndlanapollB, Fob. 25.-An indictment containing Ave counts charging conspiracy to violate the Shor-ma anti-trust act, was rclurnod by the federal grand Jury today against 223 coal oporatorrf, asBOciatlona, coal minlnfe' companies and coal mluiGrB. The list of IndlctmentB IncludeB poisons and corporations In Indiana, I^lllnois, and PohnsylvUula, o.nd Ohio, which comprise the central compot-otlvo coal fleld. Among those indicted are John T^. Lewis prciiident of the united mine workers of America, and Percy P( t-low,' nTi5)b of. tho mine workers. The indictments returned todr.y arojMi)iu|ato from that returned by thopwiifBrtI grand jury about a year ago against 126 coal miners . and oporat(J|ls charging violation of the Levdr Act. LIBERTY BONDS STDLEN (By The AslSooiateji Preaa) Chicago, Feb. 25.-theft bf"Lliberty >B6iad� - Vftilned  at '�1772r0(F0"> was > an-: nounebfl" by a trust ooniipany herb' da,v; The 'bank accused a clerk who handled liberty honds transactlona with the theft which occurred Thursday. Detectives were tmimodtately �put to work on the case 'but after 24 hours search could find no trace of the accused man. VALUABLE "SoRSE DEAD Probahly the last direct descendant of fthe io�,eibi1atted JBtoJllUoti �''Bam Purdy" died yeaterday at the home of his owner, John R. Bowman, at Goods Mill. Sara Purdy and his de-sconxlantH have been well known to Rockingham horsomen for the past thirty or tlflrty-filve yean's. AURMIN6 REPORTS OF DISORDER IN PROVINCE IDEA IS ACCEPTABLE TO All Secret Order Which Is One of Strongest in State WoiUd Raise Ten Thousand Dollars and Then Take This Amount Out in Rent for Lodge Room-^Bnilding Would Probably Cost Sixty Thoustand. Italy Dispatches Soldiers to Region of Bari-T'rouhle Is of Political Natiu'fi. Icifis of Kuropesn roliot. RAIDS ON MAIL (By) the Associated Press.)' ' Dublin, Feb. 25.--The casautUea of tho croAvn forces for the week en Sponge. Cake, Angel Food, Jelly Roll,,Slice Cake; and others too nuroeroiu to mention. Friddle's Bakejy or Ed'sr?ptry Counter, Uc. notice If yqii waut to (see a good show, come to Clover Hill Hall, Satusday nigUt, Fob, 86. A drama of glx aotp: ! "Sweethrler, or the Flower of New York." g-gS'Stc. COMMITTRK. 1*. CASE TRACTOR FOR SAl-E PIANOS, PIANOS. Several slightly used higbgrade � '------'------------- for tale dejuy. Has/ flue young orchard of 2V6 ttcros; biiUdjngp good, 3.38r3to. JAS. T._FLQRY. Admr. 0. & W.IaCK TRAIN GAR IS NOW PREPARED FOR ACTION '  - �* The JtpcHlngham Garage on Mason Street km opmpleted repairs on the new par which Is to run between Harrisonburg and StokesyJUe on the Chesapeake and Western Railway, and it will he given an ofllclal try out over tho route, probably today Itc. DOUGHBOYS WITH HOB-NAILER SHOES TO BLAME By The Associated Press) Now. York, Fab. 25.-Hobnailed shoes of two hundred doughboy guards posted at the Hotel Ktllon whore the Amertlcan peace cojrtlflsion had It.fl headq'uaters In Paris did virtually all the damage for Which til') cv.iiera charged tho coinmlssicn |i?F,j,sald horv today/." I.. . \.,n' It^i^as'ttiia item of idama:;o iu the expanses of the delegation over which consjlderable protest waa voiced recently; (Dibehalf of Teipresentatives and'was araon^ other expenses Wilson ,waa,asked tQ iten;^lze in a resoi iutidn adopted hy, the iHouse. ^ HARBORS BILL PA8SF.S (By The Associated Pre^a) Washington, Feb. 25.-Without altering the measure as framed by.the House, the iSenato tonight passed the annual rivers and harihors approifrlft-tiona iblll, carrying IIS.OOO.OO^- oC new approprlatlonB.  . ^� FURNITURE-RUGS Are you ready for that Furnlturo and Floor Covorlng you'll wood In tho Spring? Lleton! U shouldn't make any ditforonco to you If ."Spring Is a little way^ oft, if you are going to need anything in those lines, Thp prices wo are asking for this n\or-chandl.so during tho big saloa, maJte ll'lmporstlve that you give this mat Cor your immediate oonsidoratlon. Read oitr prioo list. If you haven't Olio, wr'ito US', Better still, call to see for your own self these wonderful values. B. NEYJfc SONS FREE FREE FREE With eveiy 35c. worth o( Paitry or Cakes; boiught today at FriddJee Bakety., or at Ed'r Pastry Counter, will give absolutely free a Market Can-ying Bag, I to, (By Tho Associated Press) RoT.io, Foh. 25.-lAiarmlng. roporta of disorders In the Province of Barl in consctiuonco �of conf Mcts between Socialists and members of tlie ex-treino Nattonaliflt Party, in which several persons were killed are given in a special edition of the TCpoca. rBecaoiso of the vnstnosa of the distributed area,, the report sa'id the local police and soMaers were-unable to cope .with the slbuation. Ntimorous tro,op car!blneera ond royal � guards jWbrerjhasWiy dispatched by this gov-emment which Is adopting the rabst eiierif^t/lic ajiensure-; to estabUsh oi'-ders. REVIVAL SERVICES Much Interest Is tboing talcon in the revival servicca now being conducted at the LinvUle Methodist dliuroh by Rev. H. B. Alexxander. Last alght he preached from tho text: "And you will not como to me that ye might have life" These meetings are shO'W.Ing results, unrl already a large numlior of conver-tflons have been recorded. Before the services closed last night. Rev. Mr. Alexander announced an appolnt-uncnt for tonight and iSunday ivlgbt, servIcitH bo'j'ntillng at soven-tpiirty o'clock. Mnisic iu In charge of C. 'I'uslng. LABOR TO FIGHT BILL (By Tbe Associated Press) Washklngton, feib. ,25.-Orgianlz|rd labor will endeavor to �prevent the, final passage of the ipeading Billlag-ham bill, roatrictlng tmmiiHiratlon to three per cent of the noimher of aliens of each nationaUty in the country n 1!�10. Tho first move under a now legislative program waa adopted here by reprcaentativea of the national abd international union affiliated In tho American Federation of Labor. Wi>ori�l,ook, Fob, 2r).~Tli.it the citizens of this olty havi� at least one plan for promipt. buridlngjof thft Olfy 'Mntl'liWirt noiit�*tvh..lVB(}� rilght whori"EljMnr5lPot;lffg'm Ht.y courtJ loll and jW^mbetu of tbe city half orgaiilJ!{^l| of P., one of the btrbbflfit lodjge^, iboth DUitnert-i onlly a'nd ttnancitalliy. la the otaic, propoflod tbtti the Todye obtain ap^ proxtraately ten thousand dollars with In Its memberahtp and contrlbum tlids amount toward the city haM fund In return for a leafw of the thlffvr QW' B)3T.~?-?3,tfc. HARRISONHURQ WIU4NQ CO. On an(l'"aner"tTile"date quarantine for meflslea shaU be as follows; Cases of measles shall no tbe allowed to leave the preniU^s wbi're they are Isolated until all active symptoroa have ceased, and In no case until twelve days after appearance of tht) eruption. . This will mean au average quar antino of 15 pv 'l�> days from the he-gipptng of syntptpms.  HOWARD (AiRMS'PllONa my HeaItU Officer MRS. AGNES HUFFMAN DEAD THOUSANiDS RESPOND , ,T0 call TO arms ; ,, (By The Assoc atea Press) Panama, IFeb. 25.-Thousands of Panamans presented themBelves at the rmayor's office today to enroll for nuilltary seirvlce against CoBta Rica as a result of the appeal IsBUOd last night by President Porras, foUorwlng thei recolpt of official confirmation that Costa (Rlcan troops had occupied tbe disunited territory of Coto, horder-ing on tho Pacific frontier ot the two ropubltcs. On reading a Washington dd*patch today to the effect that Charge d* Affairs Lefrvro had flaked the good offices of the United States to act In order to prevent bloodHhod the atatomont was author-t^sed at the ofllce of the president that .the Panamon goverwment has not asked for mediation and that a request ot th'lB kind if inade, waa un-ou'tbortzed. � - ......� There are many new spring Hats being worn now. Have you purchased youw? We carry every ore. ated style, and our showing is won* derful. Needn't worry about prices, this year .either, JOS., NEY & SONS "creajT puifs Special for today at Frlddle's Bak* ery, or Ed's Pastry Co�;itev. Ito. ---I >m I-- NOTICE , J W, 8. Whltesel, traveling sales-man for the j. R. WatUlns Medicine Co., will continue the business with a bigger and better- IJne. your ord-era flUed promptly. Phone long, 3 shorts op 34, through Harrisonburg. V. O., Nortii Ulver, Va. Walt for tho Watklns mln- 8.85-3(0. CHANGE OF DATE The date of J,,8, Earman's P�blie Sale is changed iimx Maroh Ut, to Monday, Febi-uar^ggth, fiHAINS! OH^N^I QI^NSI HAMisopm xoloft cq; Wife of James Huffman, of Port Republic Passes Away, at Her Home- .Mrs. Agne^ C. Ituffman, y/it� of Jpmrnati died at lv�r home at Port llepiibllc 'rhurnday aftemoon at four o'clock, iifttr an lUness of several months of a connplleatlon of dl&easefl She was Hlxty-seven yearfl, ten months and twenty-three tlays of "�go- lAf.rs. UiiCDmon was a highly respect- ' od woman, a daughter Of Fielding Mathcny, of Grottoes, ai�d spent her entire Mfe in that section of Stonewall district. Tho deceased wa� the mother,of fourteen children, six of^whOM are deakl. Surviving besides tho husband aro eight children: a'.x sons, Kenny J. H-ultmain and I'Mayoard Huffman. ,, of Port RepuhWc; K\-ert L. iHufftuaa. of North River; JEKldle F. iiullfman, at Brunswick; Charles 0. Huffman, of lloohcBter ,Pa.j and Artie 6. HtufPmon , ot Wclloraburg, Pa.; and two daugh-ttirs, Mrs. Lizzie 'If. Me.verhoefff>r. of Port iRepabUc and Mrs. EfNe M." MorriH of Port Republic. , Funer-al .services wUl be conducte*^; by her'pastor ot the Port Republic Methodist, ehurc,h nf which she was a' member for thlrt^rflve yeftrs, on. Sunday morning al, elovQn o'clock. Interment will be niiUo in ihf> port R�^' public cometery. '. WAIT! WAIT!! WAIT!!! For the greatest Floor Covering Sale ever held in this Valley. We have made a great ptirohase. and are going to g'ive the good people of this Valley some real ''pre-war prices" on Floor Covei-ings. Keep in tonob with prices and time of sale. J, S- DENTON & SON "leaders in Floor Opverlag" If we don't carry In staok the Hat you would like to have, we've MiU liners who are good ones, and will* xng to make any changes you deiiire' Tiy them. 'JOS. NEY & SONS, PUBLIC SALE OF H0R8ES. An express load of Missouri iMXsea will be sold at public auction �t Hirsoh Bros. Stable Wedntsday, Mnroh i3, at I P. M. Consisti 9fM head of draft horses tltree to seven years old, all well broken and soldi under a full guarantee; ^IsoJ^vj^^ai good big colts unbroken, m al saddle and carriage boV^ei, H. �. KOONS � SOWS. Ito. ' NOTICE V ' There will be i \m payty ?t IH^ Ucoy Spring school buUdiPUt 3�U urday nigUl. Fs>b. ^8, 7:;)a.-^V6i^� thins good to eat. S^gft'SlliOt r.,,r ,'4 i ;