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Harrisonburg Daily News Record (Newspaper) - May 5, 1921, Harrisonburg, Virginia mmm somewhat 9f Audit your VOL. 906. MAY 5, 1921. THE VIRGINIA VALLEY CENTRAL CHRISTIAN CONFERENCE AT MR. TO IN WEST UNO NEW YORK MONEY IS TO SHOW CONTRAST I BE Recently Carried in Rediscount Rate Lowered From City Newspaper Is Sent en to Six and One-Half Per to Christian Church Elects Delegates To Attend Conference to that Tar iis Kast Is from tho ho fur It the In tlic and titose which prevail In tlie In a carried by a city en Cent. in one of tlie to a Honie of Winch Will Be In Session May 11, the prices were 12, and 13-Good Singing Will Be 1 Pot lO. I2c and 15c; and May 1........Keduction of reserve board rate In tlie an a relief In tite was regarded as by w lio on of New York on the rate on from 7 lo cent. after the recent reduction WIRE FLASHES German Cabinet Has Ambassador Protests Against Polish Coupe in Upper The Whole of Right Bank of the Oder in the Is in Hands of GERMANY PROTESTS The May 4.-Dr. the German ambassador here tonight presented a note to the foreign protesting the Polish coupe in Upper Silesia as an concerted effort to take the One of the Features of the per to 6 cent by the province by and refusing all 1^)^,; 8h c; lamb 6; 2 grape fruit 25c. per Dairy 27'/6c. 11 pork 16c; j und pork 17'/2c! I These are bnl a of the many prices listed In the main cause for low In responsibility for the situation and New Bank was as indicating a gradual reduction Communicated to the other allied rates on commercial paper in other countries in direction of .i (i rate the gales A. Hio West and high prices in the Kast Marv and William it Is Is due to discrimination on Willi part of the largo Miss may not be the Claire Miss Ritchie Hay as Singing will be one of the special of convention and each Department Secretary will be given thirty for of Rev. R. P. is pastor the church at The program FIRST SESSION May 11. 8:00 O'clock Devotional W. D. Address by Chairman 6IIRRIS0N TO PREACH TO KNIGHTS HERE CASE TO SING TO I CAPACITY HOUSE T. of on Pago WOMEN IN CASE DRAW FINE ANO COSTS Tickets For the Recital Are Going to Manager One Also Gets Jail Sentence of Fifteen Is Suspended on Good In Mayor's court yesterday Mrs. charged with disorderly was found guilty and fined two dollars and fifty cents and 111 all to six dollars and flinty The disorderly conduct charge grew out of the escapade Saturday night in which C. S. and Winifred Higgins were arrested by Officer In the case of the City of Harrisonburg vs. Higgins also charged with disorderly conduct ia connection with the same the defendant was fined two dollars and fifty and amounting nine lu this case the mayor also imposed a jail sentence of fifteen days but suspended sentence pending good COMMUNISM PUNNING TO All SIBERIA That Anna Caso will sing to a capacity house whon comes to Harrisonburg .is a fact that became known last when an was made by D. P. manager of Now Virginia Theatre According to Mr. eleven and dollars of tickets were sold at the box This Is the biggest day's advance sale in tlie history of the In addition lo the box sales tickets are being sold by members of i the Harrisonburg Club I under auspices Case will Many tickets are being sold in the City of for the recital to be given by this noted Quite a few good tickets yet remain down stairs and a fuw in tlie i POLISH FLAG FLIES The May 4.~Scj}il advices received to the effect that all tlie large ti in tlie industrial region of U ipcr Silesia arc by Polish insurgents la suburb of and have been occupied by places in the district of are reported to have I The Polish flag is to be Hying from the town pf but the Italians have expelled the insurgents from Pless and some of their The whole of the right bank of night at eight The Oder in the area is in will bo held In the hands of the The Knights Templar Services at the Baptist Church Sunday Night at Eight According to an announcement Just made Rev. Silor pastor of Harrisonburg will deliver a special to Knights Templar Sunday OF nOHT IN SENATE SERVED All Knights will meet at their temple on street at and go in a body to tl Is expected that a large number of will hear the The Rev. Mr. Garrison Is a member of the Knights Those services are Interesting and the public is cordially S. AT NEW MARKET AGAIN Plans Are Now Being Completed To Move in Administration Forces Win and Ohio ator First Sen. Demobilized Soldiers To Be ed to Construct Power Plants Developing 27 Million April 12. plus is now the slogan of the Soviet of vast dream oi Lenine by refugees reaching Finland he to make every hut a with a dynamo in the have reached the outside world during the past and newspapers show the vast extent of the proposed of G. S. Soviet Governor of in a speech at city tkat the the construction all over and Siberia of huge electric power with a total capacity of Ui tUo former und 0,000,000 in On this work he are to be employed as fast as possible the soldiers who are seriously The Associated May 4.-Administration forces won the first today in the impending Senate light over naval Guided by the expressed wishes of the the Naval refused to incorporate in the annual naval appropriation measure the proposal of Senator ing the the Executive to invite Great Britain and Japan send delegates to a disarmament conference Before tlie committee Senator Borali had notice of the to come by his proposal in tlie Senate and moving to suspend the rules to make it in Senator of 4.-Like a as they show 'em In tlie movies tlie S. A. seated in probably is tlie and the rigors of his coming ten in tlie For plans are being at the academy for the encampment will bo lield again at The date is May 23, when the entire instructors and service men will en train for the town on the The S. M. A cadet newspaper tells about tlie coining camp as ' This ten days in the open Is just as vital a part of the school year as any oilier school Is affiliated with nearly institution of learning the country because of the standards set forth in its ami when a man credit tor a year's work from tills academy every have been lived under no will a cadet be allowed to leave school merely on account of his not thinking tcu days if a student withdraws permission lie automatically loses any units lie might the whole nine months will have spent for have regained possession of Italians are part of the allied amy stationed in this to supervise the ITALIANS FIRE The Associated Upper May 4- gave formal notice that ho ed to present a inent to naval in the Alfred of the firm of Ney & Sons returned last MAYOR IS SUSPENDED The Associated May 4.-Wm, mayor of Nashville waa suspended as mayor by the new city council upon charges of and neglect of duty under the now city KELLY CONVICTED BY JURY The Associated May Kelly was convicted by of murder In the first in connection Springs e is shown a oue Bank robbery several ago li s recent Ml sentenced to life must be done 7,ient. Kelly was with TUo whole future of Francis U. Viet depends on the cashier of the who waa killed when the bank was robbed by a band of several Ho protested Hon of the All the assist elate The building of and prove all over the country will Notice of an appeal was JO must the working Then Svill he an to all Ihe of and At present few electric Tp the of and engineers several been exempted from the placed upon other have beeji given are far FOR SALE 200 barrels nice white suitable for corn or and grind to also several tons of nice fresh poller Might from a very successful business trip to New York They promise you something interesting when the merchandise he purchased We are offering you Firestone and Republic Tires at the low which include a tube absolutely REPUBLICS 30x3. 30x31/2, 30x3 30x3 30x3V2 HARRISONBURG MOTOR co. box pie SOCIAL There Will be a Box Party and Pie Social at Tenth 7, S P. M. Athletic Everybody PIANOS When in the for a sue the pianos which are reliable makes jand are just what you See them at The Italian forces at Gross today opened with fire on Poles who were attempting to occupy the The replied with field COL. BOND The Associated May 4--SColonel British control reported to British headquarters here tonight that opened on 2,000 to 3,000 Poles attempting to occupy the The Poles brought up light field pieces and were Colonel who has about 200 Italian also reported that he probably would not hold out long. May 4.-The German cabinet has German cabinet was formed July 25, 1920.) PARIS ADVICES The Associated May 4-A telephone message received from Paris gives the Berlin dispatch saying in view of the situation that arose in consequence of the reply of the Secretary of State Hughes to Germany's counter proposals on the German government unanimously decided to Chancellor Fehrenbach informed President of the cabinet decision whereupon the President requested the to continue to deal wath current affairs which it consented to SPECIAL ill department of our big store for this week Watch for our mean money in your pocket for we liave the reputation in this locality for selling merchandise for just about half what you are asked for the same grades National Underselling to Bloom's Department CARD OF THANKS Wo to thank our friends for their kindness and offerings during the of our Mrs. Minnie H. UNREST OVER RUMOR IS Fighting Between Polish Insurgents and French and Italian Troops ROLLERS ANO S. G. TO MEET AGAIN ON GlAY DOWL May 4.-Unrest for In 8lt(
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