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   Harrisonburg Daily News Record (Newspaper) - May 5, 1921, Harrisonburg, Virginia                                fifpm mmm f6mm ,.     y^jj^y ^j^j^^y somewhat e!2 NEWS-RECORD 9f eli� Audit Stti�l�,, your ead&if Mftltt%C3f VOL. XLII..NO. 906. HARRISONBURG, VIRGINIA,  THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1921. Hew* tttviM THE VIRGINIA VALLEY CENTRAL CHRISTIAN   CONFERENCE AT LEAKESVILLE. REV, MR. BURREH TO SPEXK PAIGES IN WEST UNO EXST   NEW YORK MONEY IS TO SHOW WONDERFOl CONTRAST I  BE GHEI||!^ SXYS'IKPORT K.5^rtiseirfent Recently   Carried in Rediscount Rate Lowered From Sev-Western City Newspaper Is Sent ^   en to   Six   and   One-Half   Per to Harrisonburffcr. Linvillc Christian   Church   Elects Delegates To Attend   Conference UnrriHonbtirKeiH !iii\e coino to llie ooitcliision that JiihI i\t= Tar iis tliu Kast Is from tho Weal,. JiihI ho fur l8 It betwt'dii the prIccH Wlilcli iiri!-viill In tlic W'l.mt and titose which prevail In tlie EaKt. In a roufiil ad-vcrtiHctncni carried by a lar^o city en Cent. in one of tlie weHtcrn  cltlcH. ,------ to a  llarrlsbnbnrKcr, Honie of Winch Will Be In Session May 11, the folhJwinR prices were noted: 12, and 13-Good Singing Will Be 1    Pot roastH. lO.    I2c   and    15c; and WaMhinglon,  May    1........Keduction of llie rotioral reserve board redlH-connl rate In tlie f;irinlnK dlstriiitH an a relief nieasnro In tite aKi'ifi'l. tiiral (!|pdlt Hltnatlon was regarded as iMobablc lonlKht by foinc ofTlelals w lio coiUhiented on tlio .icllon of llic New York lloservc Uank on lowur-Infv the rate on eoninierct.il from 7 lo C'',4 l"!r cent. Coniinii; after the recent reduction WIRE FLASHES German Cabinet Has Resigned-Oei:-man Ambassador Protests Against Polish Coupe in Upper Silesia. The Whole of Right Bank of the Oder in the Ratisbor Is in Hands of Rebels- GERMANY PROTESTS (3y The Aswciated Piesr,) London, May 4.-Dr. Stahmer, the German ambassador here tonight presented a note to the foreign ot-flce protesting agaiiist the Polish coupe in Upper Silesia as an nppar-ently concerted effort to take the One of the Features of the Meet-if�;'^�-7 per co,.t to 6 p..r cent by the province by force, and refusing all IbJef  1^)^,; 8h c; lamb foreciiiarter,' 6; 2 lbs., laid, Z!'h:; bananas, liocJ uoz; grape fruit lOv.. each; Sunklsl^ lienionH. 25c. per do/..; Dairy Tiil)! butter, 27'/6c. steak, 11 Vjc; whole, slioiilder, i2Vd'''- pork loin, 16c; j und pork roast, 17'/2c! I These are bnl a f'!w of the many prices listed In the adverliseincnt. 'IMio main cause for low i)riccs In ,, , , responsibility for the situation and tlio New \ork Bank was <:oii�l'lfiits consenupnccs as indicating a gradual reduction "f,b,,^ Communicated to the other allied govcnuncnts- rates on commercial paper in other countries in llic direction of .i inii-form (i |)nr cent, rate tlirjugiiuiii the country. gales are: A. II. IIosano(dt, Miss, Hio West and high prices in the Kast Marv Krat/.er and William Stroop, it Is S|ild, Is due to discrimination on Willi MlSH Tracov Rhinohart, Miss'llie part of the largo packers. Ihis r-lslc Steam, Miss Uuth'.Hosallook,' bowovcr, may not be the case. SflKfl Claire Terrell, Miss Zcia Ritchie niul Hay Snvilb. as aUcvivalcs. (iood Singing will be one of the special fealurca of llils convention and each Department Secretary will be given thirty miiuitos for discUH-sloii of llieir report. Rev. R. P. Cninipler is pastor ((f the church at Leakcsvlllc. The program follows: FIRST SESSION Wcdiicsdav Eveninir. May 11. 8:00 O'clock Devotional Servlcoa-Kev. W. �Walters, D. D, AVcIcoino Address by Chairman REV, MR, 6IIRRIS0N TO PREACH TO KNIGHTS HERE UNNX CASE TO SING TO I CAPACITY HOUSE T. of (ContinuG(i on Pago Kour) WOMEN IN GOAKLEY CASE DRAW FINE ANO COSTS Tickets For the Recital Are Going Rapidly, Accbrdmg to Manager Wine. One Also Gets Jail Sentence of Fifteen DaysWhich Is Suspended on Good BehiEivibr-, . In Mayor's court yesterday Mrs. AVillio Spltzer, charged with disorderly conduct, was found guilty and fined two dollars and fifty cents and costa, amounting- 111 all to six dollars and flinty cents. The disorderly conduct charge grew out of the escapade Saturday night in which C. S. Coak-hey and M'iss Winifred Higgins were arrested by Officer Morrison. In the case of the City of Harrisonburg vs. Wiaified Higgins also charged with disorderly conduct ia connection with the same trip, the defendant was fined two dollars and fifty and costs, amounting (o nine dollars. lu this case the mayor also imposed a jail sentence of fifteen days but suspended sentence pending good ibehavior. COMMUNISM PUNNING TO RECTRIFY All SIBERIA That Anna Caso will sing to a capacity house whon s'.ie comes to Harrisonburg .is a fact that became known last niglit when an aniiounce-ineiiit was made by D. P. Wine, manager of the" Now Virginia Theatre According to Mr. Wine, eleven liun-dred and tiiirty-two dollars wortli of tickets were sold at the box ofrice yesterday. This Is the biggest day's advance sale in tlie history of the theatre. In addition lo the box offlco sales tickets are being sold by members of i the Harrisonburg LMusIc Lovers' Club I under wftose auspices ^Mlss Case will jsing.  Many tickets are being sold in the City of Slau'nton for the recital to be given by this noted Ediso-i artist. Quite a few good tickets yet remain down stairs and a fuw in tlie balcony. i POLISH FLAG FLIES (By The Associfitcd Press) Berlin, May 4.~Scj}il offlcial advices received here',f|re to the effect that all tlie large ti wns in tlie industrial region of U ipcr Silesia arc slirrounded   by   Polish   insurgents [while Richtersdorf, la   suburb   of Gleiwitz, and Kiefers|adtl have been occupied by rebels- fVarious places in the district of Oilenburg are reported to have bccit siinilarily occupied. I The Polish flag is ^aid to be Hying from the town luiU pf Rybnik, but the Italians have expelled the insurgents from Pless and anestcd some of their leaders. The whole of the right bank of night at eight o'clock. The services'the Oder in the Ratisbor area is in will bo held In the Harrisonburg|the hands of the rebels- The author- Knights Templar Services at the Baptist Church Sunday Night at Eight O'clobk- According to an announcement Just made Rev. .1. Silor Oarrlson, pastor of tlio Harrisonburg Ucfornied Church, will deliver a special Ber-inon to f.io Knights Templar Sunday NOTICE, OF OlSARMAMENT nOHT IN SENATE SERVED �Baptist Church. All Knights will meet at their temple on JIaIn street at soveu-tUlrty o'cio(;k and go in a body to f.ie church, tl Is expected that a large number of Kniglils will hear the sermon. The Rev. Mr. Garrison Is a member of the Knights Temi)-lar. Those services are alwayB Interesting and the public is cordially invited. S. AT NEW MARKET AGAIN Plans Are Now Being Completed for^Ottting-^Entire Batallion. To Move in Town- Administration Forces   Win / Skinnish-^Borah and Ohio ator Sei-ve Notice- First Sen. Demobilized Soldiers To Be Employ, ed to Construct Power Plants Developing 27 Million Horsepower. Vlborg. Finland, April 12. (By ilMail-Coniuiunism, plus eleellril'ca-tlon is now the slogan of the Uus-sian Soviet regime, iteports of U.ils vast dream oi Lenine by wli'ich', siiy saracastic refugees reaching Finland he "hopes to make every llussian hut a couimunistic pal'adlso with a dynamo in the corner" have reached the outside world freiiuently during the past (ew months, ^but only^receni '^loBcow and I'etrograd newspapers show the vast extent of the proposed filecti'lcifatlon of Kussla. G. S. Zlnoviol'f, Soviet Governor of Petrograd, in a speech at llial city unnouuccd tkat the scliemo cuntem-plalod the construction all over Ku-ropoau fUis'sia and Siberia of huge electric power plants, with a total capacity of J8,170,000 horse-power Ui tUo former und 0,000,000 aorse'iwwer in Siberia. On this work he Md, are to be employed as fast as possible the soldiers who are deniobillzed. iiow seriously Lrfjuiue advoca'lV** (By The Associated Press) Wasliington, May 4.-Administration forces won the first skirniisli today in  the impending Senate light over naval di.sarmanient. Guided by the expressed wishes of the . Pi'esident, the Senate. Naval Gomraittee refused to incorporate in the annual naval appropriation measure the proposal of Senator Borah, Rep'iiblican,, Idaho, autli.oriz_ ing the reques'tlng the Cliief Executive to invite Great Britain and Japan tc� send delegates to a disarmament conference here. Before tlie committee acted. Senator Borali had given, notice of the flglit to come by ro-introducting his proposal in tlie Senate and moving to suspend the rules to make it in order. Senator Pomerene, of Oliio, Staunton, -May 4.-Like a fdroam-flash as they show 'em In tlie movies tlie S. )M. A. cadets, seated in �the class-room those- days, probably is liicturlng'the joys, tlie pleasures, and the rigors of his coming ten dayjj in tlie open. For plans are no\v being I'niade at the academy for the rcgular aniiual encampment whicli will bo lield again at New,Market. The date is May 23, when the entire batalllon instructors and service men will en train for the "little town on the Shenandoali. The Kablegram, S. M. A .'s cadet newspaper tells about tlie coining camp as follows: ' This ten days Bpent in the open Is just as vital a part of the school year as any oilier period; tiio school Is affiliated with nearly evrjry institution of lUglier learning the country because of the hlga standards set forth in its curriculum, ami when a man prosentiS credit tor a year's work from tills academy every rcquirBment .inu?t have been lived ui| to. Therefore, under no conidltlons will a cadet be allowed to leave school merely on account of his not thinking the-^'extra tcu days necessary, and, if a student withdraws without, permission lie automatically loses any units lie might .have made, .hence the whole nine months will have .been spent for naught. ities have regained < possession of Myslowitz. (The Italians are part of the allied amy stationed in this area, to supervise the plebiscite.) ITALIANS OPE?� FIRE (By The Associated Press)' Op])ef, Upper Selisia,   May 4- gave formal notice that ho intend_ ed to present a dlsarmanienl amend" inent to tiic naval bill in the Senate, , Mr, Alfred Ney, of the firm of also]Jos. Ney & Sons Co., returned last MAYOR IS SUSPENDED (By The Associated Piibss) Nashville, Tenn., May 4.-Wm, Cupton', mayor of Nashville waa suspended toniight as mayor by the new city council upon charges of alloged-j nilBseasance and neglect of duty under the now city caartor. KELLY CONVICTED BY JURY (By The Associated Press") Frederick, Md.,   May '^,4.-John Kelly was convicted by a'jliry tbday of murder In  the first degree,  in ,     ,        , connection wltU.Uie Saiuly Springs e eolriflcwiiiou is shown a oue  n Bank robbery several moutas ago li s recent speeches, wherein, .le Ml ^y^^ sentenced to life Imprison-"Moro must be done regarainp 7,ient. Kelly was chfirged with shoot- trltloatlon. TUo whole future of So-.j^g ^ealjj Francis U. Hallowell, Viet (UuBsia depends on the consunm-i cashier of the bank, who waa killed when the bank was robbed by a band of several juon. Ho protested Hon of the plan. All elemeuts t^f the pupulatilou J�U8t assist In'this elate oMterprlBO. The building of eleciilci;'iJ'g'f,not.ence, and aWeiupted'to prove fitati�ns all over the country will tttke-alibi. Notice of an appeal was JO yejtrs, Coucessioiis must furnishj the working capital. Then communla \K Uiissia Svill he an e.\ample to all Ihe gpvorumeiila of Kurope and Asia. At present ,Uus:ila li,-is coiuparu-tlvely few electric idants, Tp turther the liumedtaie develop-mni of thi* electrlcifaiion plan, elec-Irlcai wprUers and engineers liiive, (or several months, been exempted from the re�ir4Ptlon� placed upon other workiueu i4H4 have beeji given j>reterred ratjfius, QpUmlfts anrt^elsimlsts pnii to-g'etUei- y^'M Ui^y are far apart, FOR SALE 200 barrels nice white .corn suitable for corn meal, or \vlll s'hell and grind to order; also several tons of nice fresh bran.--5-5-2tc. Paylqn poller MllLs. Might from a very successful business trip to New York City. They promise you something interesting when the merchandise he purchased arrives.-Itc. ATTENTlT'lFOiiDlWNERS! We are offering you Firestone and Republic Tires at the followmg low prices, which include a tube absolutely free, REPUBLICS 30x3. $19.95. , 30x31/2, $17.70. FIRESTONES 30x3 plain, $14.00. 30x3 non-skid, $15.00, 30x3V2 non-skid, $1800. HARRISONBURG MOTOR co. box PARTY. pie SOCIAL There Will be a Box Party   and Pie Social at Tenth Legion, .May 7, S  P.  M.  Benelit-pf Athletic Club. Everybody invited..' S-D-^itc. -..'JL^.:-,-r- ill! pianos; PIANOS When in the marke), for a piano, sue the Cable-Nelson n'lul Uadle pianos which are good, reliable makes jand are just what you want.   See them at Cllne's .Music Store-5-5-3tc The Italian forces at Gross StrehUtz today opened with ai-tillery fire on Poles who were attempting to occupy the city. The Pole* replied with field g-uns- COL. BOND IfEPORTS (By The Associated Press) OppeJn, May 4--SColonel Bond, British control offlcer'ft^KGro^s ^ Streh-litz reported to British headquarters here tonight that he^ opened artillerjf ftre on 2,000 to 3,000 Poles attempting to occupy the city. The Poles brought up light field pieces and were replying. Colonel Bond, who has about 200 Italian troops, also reported that he probably would not hold out long. Berlin, May 4.-The German cabinet has resig-ned. (The German cabinet was formed July 25, 1920.) PARIS ADVICES (By The Associated Press) London, May 4-A telephone message received from Paris gives the Berlin dispatch saying that, in view of the situation that arose in consequence of the reply of the Secretary of State Hughes to Germany's counter proposals on reparations, the German government unanimously decided to resign- Chancellor Fehrenbach informed President Ebcrt of the cabinet decision whereupon the President requested the mini.sti-y to continue to deal wath current affairs which it consented to do. SPECIAL BARrfAfNS ill eveiy department of our big store for this week end. Watch for our fads-they 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 elsewhere. National Underselling Store, succsesor to Bloom's Department Store-Itc. CARD OF THANKS Wo wisli to thank our friends for their kindness and offerings during the iiuriai of our nioLhor, Mrs. Minnie H. Wise. IlEH CHILDUKN   . UNREST OVER RUMOR IS CmEOFBlNEVOlT Fighting Between Polish Insurgents and French and Italian Troops Serious. ROLLERS ANO S. G. I, TO MEET AGAIN ON GlAY DOWL (fly (U>oKrai)liic Society) T'nrls, May 4.-Unrest roportrvd for Bomcllmo In lJ|)|)or 8lt( �tllnt.e aiyl AiigUMta .Military Academy will miot tomorrow on Clay Bowl Fort Deflan co to break the tlo brought about by tho team's siilltMng flfty-flfty In tho two game� Hc.heduled prevloiisly played. An April '.Ind, at Dayton, A. . A. fell before the 'slants of the big Ilulvey, an old Augusta slab artist; and On April Uth f-ie tloll on tho enemy-Craig-and won a decisive victory. Craig retreated across Llt-'tle North Mountain to a point tliree miles north of the Glenn and ren devoused near Brock's Creek. He at once swore out a warrant for Brlga-'dler General .Mantin Conley and Lieutenant iBryan Conley. In following up their successful onslaughts tho laurels of victory that so far had perc^-ied upon the Conley banner were turned Into ashes of. defeat. Tho Conley Ford broke down at point near the Glen and D. P. Shlff-lett was pressed into Hervlce and took them tho reraaindci- of tlie jour ney. Squire Ratcliffe assessed t'le tine and costs amounting 'to $15,80 and extracted a promise from the belllg-erunls to bo good for a period of twelve'months. Having been vindicated hy the Caiirt, it Is thought tliat Craig will p'rcilmbly turn mlBSlonary and .try to convert tho Conley elan to h)s way of thinking by moral persuasion. NOTICE CONTRIBUTORS "Timberville Voter" and others are reminded that we cannot , use anonymous communications in any way. The names of our correspondents will not be published without; their consent, but we must have their names as an evidence of good faith- For sale at SpSfl^ng Springs 2.'.,-000 feet of chestnut and cUestnut oak stntjainjj and sheeiins. For prices s AuUHorium, l  account. I posltiv,ely will not pay accounts made after this date, cept purchases mado by niyaelf iu person. 5-4-4tc. JUST RECEIVED We are in receipt of big shipments of Ginghams, Percales, Cotton Goods, Voiles, Silks, and every article of seasonable Dry Goods you can im-(i\!,''ve, all the new low pdc,(,-.i we liivc inavigurated in Harr-sonburg N-..jonal Underseliinrf Store, successor to Bloom's Departmenc Stjis - Itc, _ PLAt AT LACEY SPRING If you like a good play full of tun, don't miss "Tho Doctor." Complete change of costumes tor every act. Good music and latest songa. High School Audllorum, Saturday ' night, Way 7th. 13-5-Jtc. PIE SALE- Saturday, May CAKE SALE 7tli, 2 o'clock, at Brock's Hardware Store,*Benefllt of Normal School .Building Fund.- 4-5-31C. X Tube Tube BIG CUT IN4:IRES FOR FORD CARS 30x3   Non-Skid   Tire   and $1400. 30x3V2 Non-Skid Tire  and $17.00. 6000 Miles Guaranteed-ROCKINGHAM MOTOR CO. _On The Squaje. FOR SALE 1820 Dodge Touring car, in Al coodition, �f veasQuable price GEO. W. Q%MM. 'fly'The Associated PresH) Macon, Ga., IJtay 4.-Tho federal grand Jury at 4 o'clock this afternoon returned Indiotmotrtis against .John B. Wllllamu andfhUf ttons Marvin Hu lon and Loroy ol! Jtt.spor County, charge peonage and conspiracy to com mit peonage. Tho jury returned no bills in throe other cases ilnvcstlgat cd. John S. WlUlama was recently convicted of murder and aenteuiccd to life imprisonment In Mowlon Couty. Tliero are oLhor Indlctuienta agollnBt hlin and lils sons in Jaupcr County charging murder, Tho sons are Htill fugltlvoa_from Jugtico,. NOMINATION CONFIRMED vHy~^i'ae A>"x'CUitia Jt^rtiiM> Warililnigton, (May 4.-Tho Sonato today conflhtiied-tho naminatibn of D. Lawrence Oronnor to bo U. S. Aittorney for tho �astera Dlutrtct of Virginia. -1 ^ - ENCHANTED CAVE HAS ICY COLD POOL FOR FLOOR Rev. E. B. Shaver, Pastor  nt  the Maurcrtown Church Delivers Ad" dress   of  Welcome-*-Wfnchester' Pastor Speaks on 'Tflappiness   of! Young and Old"-Weather  Piro. vents Some From Attending' Mniirertown, Mny 4.-The Valley Dlsiirt Convention of f.in Chrlfitlafii I'-ndeavor Hoclfty convened here in tlie llrethren Church, Tuesday morn-ln� at 10 o'clock, Tlev. .Mr. . Ale Daniel, of tho Chrl.'ttlan Church, of Winrhoster, opened tlie meeting wKli devotional and song servlcea Jtev. K. n. .Shaver pastor of the church, delivered tho address of welcome to which Fred D, Maphirt of StrnsbtlrK responded. Frank Wllaon, field se>e-^ rotary of tho State Society ,wao present ond delivered an address on hov/i to conduct a successful lo euing\ in tho side of the mountain; Ita fiber of a pool of clioar Icy water. There Is nothing remarkable about It in appearance. Ita interest Ilea in its being the tho reputed burial place of a powerful wl'/.ard of old the spell of whose enchantmentB still broods over tlie cavern. The particular manifestation which Interests passeraby la tho Im-l)osslbility of striking of the opposite wall of tho cave with a stone altohugh to tho eye f.io feat soonifi tho easiest of undortakingH. Most newcouiera laugh at tho legend and start out with au easy throw only to flee tho niissle drop lu the water apparently but a few feet away. Then they warm to tlio work and exert all tho force that is in them and at last making ttllngB, strive with all their might to over-come the IMJWor o Itlie old warlock; but to no avail. Tho stonea drop Ignomlni-oufily In the water as It .some unseen hand had caught them In mid air and cattl taem down In the center of tlio cavern. Tho reason has sever been explained sa'tilBfactorlly, NOTICE, BRIDGEWATEB AUTOISTS Parties operating cars in the town of Brldgewater after May 10, without town llcpnso tags will be subject to a fine ofr.JlO. Got your tag from J. W. WaltorH. Town Sergeant. 5-3-,'Uc. NOTICE TO BUILDING CONTRACTORS Sealed propoeals will bo received by the School Board of Harrisonburg Virginia, up until noon, Wednesday May 25, 1921, for tho erection of a High School Building. Separate bids for heating of samo tube received at the uume time. Plans and speclUcatloiis may bo obtained froitji the architect, Charles M. Itoblnson, Bids will be opened at the Main Street School Building. The right is reserved to reject any or all bljs ~ l-30-3tc. �  ' By Order of School Board, K. U. Liuewojaver, Clerk, Harrisonburg, Va. Charles M. Boblnson, Architects, Times Olepatch Bldg., WlQhmoB4, Yft, FARM EXPERT TO SPEAK ON MARKETING CONDITIONS Declares That Only Fifty Per Cent, of Every Dollar Reaches Farmers' Pockets. The farmers of Rockingham; County v/IU hayo the opi>ortnnlty for (ttsouff-' idingfarfn problems wJtli a farm ox-pert next week, Mr. N. B. Ruff. I'McId Uopreacntativo of the Vlrglf?l�i Farm Bureau. Mr. iRue has Jbdcn Agricultural Agent of the Chamber of Commerce of Roanoke City and his talks will be along the line at liettor marketing methods. Mr. Kit u-promo Council tomorrow  morning. Protnier Lloyd George will hand tho ultimat'um to Mr. Stahmer, the vler--man ambassador, mmio time tomorrow night while llie Reparations Commission's terms will be mailed to Paris and turned over Lo t'-ie Cur-man commission In the French capital al 10 o'clock Thursday eveniuK. Tho settling of tho final details ot the comple.x prolilonis, waa a pl'iv traded task for tho Supremo Council wlilcn waa occupied in .la final session for three hours tonight ri* lug at midnight. Secretaries of the Experts will li� engaged during toalght in the cajii* pietion of tho final details and tran:-, lalions, bo that the lioyuments may be ready for formal .�ignttlure >n tho morning. Premier Lloytl' OeOrsi^i .to� morrow will addreaa tho House of Commona In wplanatipjj ol ta.e ar� rangeuiont. Tho Reparations Com' niisslou has adopfed tlm, SuproHva Council's plana concerning Germ^-u bonds. The flrut Isane of these bomla which will be made luimeilltttely, \v'.;l aggregate 600,000,000 pounds sterling. They have priority over tho late rserles. Interest on them wiU not ho payable until after the mnl '^t the first quarter following tUeU' i'*-Bue. The second series to be iasucd l, Novemher will ba for 1,900,000,-00 Opounds sterling. Tbee'e wlU hav� priority over subsequaftt tesiuw, FAWGRRBl Phono at once,'iryon ^4avo wh?^^ for sule. > 17731613   

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