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Rockingham Daily Record (Newspaper) - April 29, 1913, Harrisonburg, Virginia 0. ID IS THI DAILY IN COVERS A OK THE VALLEY 0F\* THE OP k ViV AND No. 38 Report U. Cloudy bty fair with to West APRIL 29,1913. PRICE TWO I Secretary of State Holds Conferences in California on new 8111 ATTITUDE OF WILSON TRAtIoN EXPLAINED TO ERNOR JOHNSON AND LEADERS AT FERS SEVERAL PLANS Vo AVOID CRISIS WITH JAPAN ASKS FOR DELAY f International News April 28.-Secre tary of State William Jennings Bryan here today and explained to Gov Johnson and members of the the attitude the Wii Koti administration toward the alien land to which Japan has taken The Secretary of State did not of an amendment to the Constitution of California which changed the status of the Neither did he not know of the Arizona or Washington state laws he The gist of Mr. Bryan's message was that President Wilson wanted alien land question handled at Instead of He asked for delay and proposed that a committee of state legislators and a commission from Washington be to consider a As a last resort he asked that if some law had to be enacted at this session that it be patterned after the law of which limits tlie holding of land by aliens to six years unless they become citizens of the United Last of all he was for the laws of the District of don't believe the Secretary's talk has gained a single said a member favorable to the Bryan Mr. Bryan told Lieutenant Governor Wallace he had agreeably prised with his reception and was I very much pleased with the Then he put in a long time getting up a long cipher dispatch to President l| Legislators were not so Said Senator president pro torn of the Bryan has not changed the sentiment for an land i one He has rather solidified feeling for a Instead of us some new information he shown us nothing that we did not before and now he is only with I believe there are many votes for a now as there before Mr. Bryan talked to us more Senator of Los who lias charge of the though not us was of the same s Senator of Los has charge of tlie though not was of the same le Bryan has not yet turned the tide of sentiment in favor the land I do not that most of the members of have been stirred to feeling that a directed against hose inalienable to citizenship will 0 followed by dangerous lie 1 not Of course he has things to tell and before he is our ideas may be ut so far he has not won his was nothing spectacular Mr. Bryan's coming or his Arriving at 6 o'clock In the a scattering of three curious were the depot to greet Governor on hand and they to tho Executive mansion in After breakfast Bryan and the vernor went to the latter's lore Lieutenant Governor Wallace d Speaker were called In lilt was arranged that the Secretary State should appear before the nt session of the Legislature in The Governor and the Progressives lid that ail the mystery was at The Democrats on the lor had put tlie blame on the and tlie So did the discussion seem Bryan dictated Is not fair to say that outsiders excluded at the request of any one It was the consensus of OUTFIT ARRIVES Dust Killing Machinery Here to Be flin Work on Streets and Nearby A traction belonging to the United Gas Improvement of arrived here last evening from to be by the Philadelphia people in placing a water gas tar binder on the principal streets of In accordance with a contract recently made with the The which Is on an made the trip over the Valley a considerable portion of which will shortly be treated with tlie same A street which accompanied the suffered a broken axle a mile south of and was permitted to remain over night at the place where tho accident While in this section the Philadelphia company will place their product on several miles of the East Rockingham between Harris and the Spring and for a short distance east of the last named The which is known as is said to abate all dust and make roads and streets quite Following Its the dressing Is topped off with stone chips thereby giving the surface the ap of an asphalt 6.0. P. mm Big Guns Had Been Held Back in the House payne and predict big deficits FATHER OF REPUBLICAN MEASURE SAYS UNDERWOOD WILL BE A ITS REVISION DAWN OF NEW SAYS DEMOCRATIC WANTS THE FACTS Sheriff Gets Query From Illinois About Discovery of Burled City Near TYPOGRAPHICAL ERROR CAUSES INTENSE ACTIVITY AMONG REPUTED APPLICANTS FOR HARRISONBURG MISTAKE OCCURRED IN A MASONIC By the change of one letter In a a great difference is made Yesterday a typographical error occurred in the Record in a notice of a called meeting of Chapter Masons for last at which it was intended to say that the Past Masters degree would be The International News April 28.-With Leader Underwood and Representative Rainey of defending the Democratic tariff and Representative Payne upholding the the House today witnessed a rush of Most of the members had held back with a view of getting the larger audiences expected with the closing of the general and the shifting of the consideration of the Underwood tariff revision to a reading of the meas ure under tlie rule beginning Chairman Underwood has not changed his view that the should be disposed of in the House within a week from and that the sugar schedule is not likely to offer much real He hoped that unless the fight of tlie wool advocates the will emerge from the Senate substantially in the form In which it Representative Rainey of who had charge of the agricultural schedule of the as a member of tlie ways and means Representative Murdock of tlie E. J. is in receipt of a letter from a who writes from Marion 111., requesting full particulars regarding an underground six miles said to have been discovered in this The according to information the Illinois man by a from this lias turned into The letter is as 111., April 27, 191.1 Sheriff Harrisonburg Dear I want to know if it is so that large city they have found out There was a fellow from that county out here and told they lately discovered a city under the ground and it was six miles square and everything was Answer at once and give a full Your's CHIEF DAUGHTER SUFFERS FROM BITE Lillian daughter of Chief of Police Frank L. is suffering great pain what is supposed to be the bite of a snake or poisonous Saturday morning Montenegrins Reported to Have Evacuated Captured City demand df the powers protested by nicholas KING OF PIGMY NATION TERMS AS AND THE ATTEMPT OF EUROPE TO HIM OF FRUITS OF KING PROCLAIMED IN ALBANIA COMPLICATES REVEALING ALLEGED the little girl began to complain of pain in her soon became swollen to twice Its normal The in attendance does not think is any danger of blood The little girl underwent an operation for the removal of lier tonsils about three weeks special services at of the brethren type operator more familiar late with the word progressives made a mistake and the result a ong with that the notice said the 1 Chandler of New degree would be 1^"'^ party and some of It is reported that this error of were letter In one word created more excitement than anything which has thus far happened among the candidates for the Harrisonburg We are not in a position to verify the but It Is said that when Uie Record was seen early yesterday morning by one of Walter he was at once called over | at where he was attending the Sunday on today's speaking of a New Mr. Rainey declared that the represented the dawn of a new era In the government's fiscal lighter the burdens of taxes upon consumers and compelling great wealth to contribute its fair share toward paying the government He pointed out that no government Beginning tomorrow evening at eight o'clock and continuing each evening during tiie there will be spec services at Brethren on West Water Elder H. C. Early is expected to conduct these services and preach each He needs no introduction and his ability as a preacher is These services will he preparatory to the Communion service to be held at five o'clock Saturday May 3rd. The public Is cordially Invited to attend not only the special services but the Communion service c. w. that had adopted an income tax School and being pealed it. make the tax the highest upon ed of the meeting to confer the masters he hired an automobile and after exceeding the speed the great incomes and lowest upon limit across several taxing 425,000 in m a train which expecting to collect from them him home in I least He said the tax M. Kavanaugh was 126,000 incomes that is soon after the newsboy left amount to between and the Record at his place and the start ling news as to the was shown His good a from which tlie government expects to collect only an average of per income and would ish wit worked quick as he is not reach 100 incomes amounting to more a realized he could not get I than 000,000 each per from a collection of nearly Is He declared that the revision would into the lodge room as Switzer and others but he was not to be for rumor says he wired for a to be sent immediately | end the between the protected by express and had it Installed in the lodge room to keep tab on what The end of rumor is not for they L. who had the advantage of being at lionie when the startling notice appeared in Continued on page opinion that the session should be After the secret session liad been Mr. Bryan was conducted to the office of the Lieutenant Then he went into conference witli President David Starr and James both of whom he liad requested to meet him la The Secretary also talked with Democratic He refused to discuss tlie situation with Tho secret conference lasted does not mean that United two hours and then a recess was to try to learn siv crets of foreign as it woolen mills of tlie east and the wool-producing states of tlie Underwood Democratic of the new contends the United States is entirely within its rights in tho provisions of the hill against foreign nations have clause grant a 5 per cent tariff preference on goods imported in American and has caused protests from a of Mr. Underwood is to encourage building of American and ho believes it no Tlie French protest is against the provision foreign and exporters slmll submit books to United States This Underwood en so everybody inside could tell every body outside just what happened The members of the House met at 5 o'clock in executive session and remained in session until 7. Mr. Bryan made no address but per us to the probable effect of the Word was received here yesterday that C. W. at one time a merchant of who now makes his home in has had a second stroke of paralysis and Is In The first occurred about months Mr. Boyd is a Rob ert A. Van Pelt of this International News April 28.--According to dispatches received tonight Crown Prince Danilo of Montenegro and his troops have marched out of Scutari toward the Only five batteries of artillery are said to remain In the Government circles in Vienna regard the movement of Montenegrin troops from Scutari as equivalent to the of the April 28.-Tho representatives of the Montenegrin government in Loudon received instructions today from ordering him to protest formally against the demand of the European powers for the Immediate evacuation of by the which Is described by the government of King Nicholas as as The demand of the European powers is couched in the following have the honor to to the royal government of that the taking tlie fortress of Scutari does not in any the decision of the European powers relative to the of the ot northern and northeastern and conse the city of Scutari must be evacuated with the briefest possible and must be handed over to the European represented by the commandments of the international naval forces lying before the Monte Tlie royal government of Montenegro Is Invited to give a prompt reply to this The Vienna correspondent of the Daily Mall hears that after a war at which Important decisions were Emperor Francis Joseph exclaimed that had done his utmost to preserve because he wished to spend the last span of life heaven and allotted to him in tranquility but that Europe wished to force liim into Essad the hero of who has had a picturesque and adventurous made a dramatic move In proclaiming himself king of and is said to be marching into the Interior of with 40,000 He was received with at and Is proceeding to Tirana to be proclaimed and to take Essad Pasha is an Albanian chieftain of type which earned for tho a reputation for barbaric sim approaching Ho was always opposed to the Young Turks repressive measures In In Vienna and ills surrender of Scutari is now regarded as having been an arranged matter with King who approved his plan to proclaim himself independent price of Fruit Ridge Orchard Composed of Local to Have Principal Office will be used only in cases where there j is reason to suspect thai goods luu o been of tlie ways and means tho and declared tlm WIFE OF WINSTON VEXED of the Lord A charter has been granted by the State Corporation Commission to The Fruit Ridge Orchard which will have its principal in The and all residents of this are as W. L. Vice B. F. T. Nor ris W. L. T. W. J. B. P. Wilson and B. G. The maximum stock ot the company Is Into shares of The charter sets out that the purpo sea for which the company is formed in to lease or otherwise acquire lands and personal property for the purpose ot setting orchard to sell personal to manufacture and sell the by-products of apples and other fruits to build or otherwise own and operate cold to buy and sell etc The amount of real estate to which the holdings of the corporation at any time Is limited Is 1,000 JAKES LITTLE TO STATEMENT OF SENATOR KEEZELL CONCERNING RECENT NEGOTIATIONS WITH OF TWO PAPERS IN T THAN GW E III Sisson Vigorously Opposes Demands of Japan * LAW DF CALIFORNIA MISSISSIPPI CONGRESSMAN 8AY9 TO YIELD TO ORIENTAL NATION WOULD BE COWARD ON PART OF UNITED STATES - CHAMPIONS STATE PLAUDED FOR V BIG CROWD of the was very much annoyed at tho given licr full grown Lust night quito a large crowd witnessed high dive and the other attractions by Smith's which will be hero all showing on a basis for the benefit of Memorial The Is a daring tho performer leaping from a dizzy into a tank of lie turns several while making The animal Editor Rockingham If please publish this reply to the communication from Senator B. which appeared in the Record on as. tho In Rockingham county has been tho subject of such universal I think It proper for me to state the case for the Dally especially In reference to recent representatives of the I wish to take but little exception to Senator statement In ref International NeWa April 28.-Vigorously championing the proposed California alien land law and against to the protests of Representative of today gave the House a surprise In the midst of the general debate on the About half of the membership of the listened to Mr. who Immediately after the session began took the floor and began a strong defense of California's He discussed the legal status of the Japanese dispute and declared that the government of the United States by treaty could not limit the powers of a state to make such laws as It saw with regard to the ownership of its Tho wearied with a week of routine tariff paid close tion to Mr. and Ills speech was frequently Interrupted by His statement that the peo of the to protect their farmers from laud in competition with can live on what the farmer throws was we must have war or submit to the demands of said Mr. am for Resents Japans am with the people of California In their efforts to prevent these to conversations or to pie ces in relation to these from acquiring and without the slightest reflection or j said Mr. I believe would non-resident alien should be been practically no points of ed to hold a single foot ot land in the pute had the matter been left territory of the What ly with Senator Keezell and | would Washington say In answer to as the chief stockholders and owners War or of both ' what would What would In hisi Senator Keezell Cleveland What would that expressed ley some hesitation over the question resent the efforts of Japan to In all frankness 1 think force us to submit to her Senator Keezell should have added i Mr. Sisson took the position that the that he himself some Japanese government In protesting over the question ot against alien land legislation was when this point was first dis- to exempt Its citizens from the operation of the law of Exactly as the Senator there President and Secretary of seemed to be few differences between only and these were readily sure an alien government that the pou In his according pie of that alien nation would bo to my he mentioned H. dealt with fairly in accordance with W. Bertram as the law of the Any other my suggestion that I thought it tion would lead to the federal to designate both Mr. Bertram taking out from under the laws and Mr. Robertson of tlie states the citizens of another each signing their own names But ail citizens or aliens resi to Senator Keezell seemed dent in a slate must be held subject to to and unless I am much stated that It was a fair As I did not think would bo any serious controversy over this a number of meetings wore its laws and to exempt the alien would give him privileges over the above those accorded to American Representative the republican suggested the United A feature of the second session as a an address by Governor in. signal which it was staled that the legislature would pass the Mr. Bryan announced he had telegraphed to Washington and did not wish to proceed further until his message had been this 1)111 a law as it mow the next four years will be years of weary lie the hill is a revision downward I frankly Mr. recent on the Alter Mr. liad won at wan robbed of Ills and of a wallet containing valuable A young to the first a low lie laid and lo liis Cruiser lie found both his and ills wallet a puna uml two baby was one of the centers of The little wuro through the for show at the extreme east end of Newman are and with abundant and many and varied forms of animated scono during show is in held after this and many minor states hud the constitutional right tu tersi but of treat with foreign powers to and Mr. Bertram's exact fof citizens property and was never fully and that Mr. Sisson was or agreed Most of that the foreign government these were between not have a similar ator and it was Sisson contended that the haps the or near tho meeting of California had the right to held that 1 began to Mr. laws regarding alien holding of ram's idea ot the matter of editorship as in their judgment seemed and his criticism of and attitude when such laws did not Tim Federal as for Representative Sisson discussed at designated Mr. as Ig- points ot law In. This volved In tho and declared was practically only stumbling timt endeavoring to block to the of tho Japan had already plan | now threatens us with It is perhaps well that tho publio war what would she do when should understand that it Is no easy of citizens have acquired laud In matter to two institutions ON OSCAR held FOR GRAND JURY Oscar a young man of Clover Hill who was arrested several days charged with un assault on Miss a young of tho same which would drag down his has been held for tho of I would not grand jury by magistrate before unless we had spent the last drop ot whom the accused was given a blood in American 1 our country fpf our he cried lay down proposition that un alien holding land within our borders would be u and constant must preserve to the farmer the right to own the soil our country without Bnyder is In 4736 14 36 0311
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