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Harrisonburg Daily News Record (Newspaper) - July 6, 1925, Harrisonburg, Virginia i'-^Vë GáfÍIVES BY HÇODSD CHàTTAirOOQA. SEXMies ron tnem JkpiMé^^y. IMscovered by Boy ÏKI^^]^ fot Hogs—Half Starred - 'vaA i» Serious Oonditíou. iHlBia S^M-'Maes Tú Â*kù>é^ trarúf^ ^voíution 7<Îaï :ui » * ^ • > fJí] M mm¡ •wiiejìé Ita clU|Séiiii.lieard the rei»ort that an Judge Gore tomorrow. éirdi't ^òiiia »)». made to transfer the cehted of the stage to another town, and anofi|»er.court. Th^o Rhea county town^ÉM by the In- dlcàtèav^orts ót ^efense «^»""»«l cago In the h^e^^ c^ tn the -^--„¿tate John c^l^ (By the ÍiíBsocíated Presa.) , ^ Coolievllle, fenn.. July 5.—^P Dv me iH- parently InchlBg. nearer and nearer^ ort« ot defense c^uíseVÍVi fhe, PAGE BOYS^f&KB H SÍIHIM the Associated Press.) .ibliikttinooga, 'Tenn.. July 5.—Dr. W. O, MasonV veterinary ■ surgeon, and liawretoce Bdwman, who have been the object ot a; ten-day search by a iiAsse' of more than 150 meii Bin«« fcBrilrJrtSrsterlOus disappearance on -Btel^i -.ilOiUntain the night of Junii .23»^.w]Bt6 found, handcuff^ cdurt,;'iiiate^' by an federal "¿ourl. MembelP» of prosecution counSial have InslBted that the case will be \:ftlled foff trtftl hei;e Friday and Jud^e John L. «iirsey, of the array of lawyers fop.lihtf'detemtfe, assured Dayton that the trlar will be held here. J The dsrfSelidant'.madeino comment on the pOBBlblllty of a .chfmgefi^ijt scene fof iiis trial and It could not be estftbll^ h«re tha,t he had signed the v#®ary iifetltlon seeking, a temporacy restraining ordery^ , gibp^s, :iudge Oodfeey. ani George lyeli, once the tlicbnlcal pros 'd 'iipw a leading Igure In Giore con- by Jim tMpmfes. a mountaineer.--' B6th men were alive, but in serl-otisitohdUlon. due to their long ex-; postire^and Insufficient nourish-' ment. They were brought here to a bbB>itftl. ■ . Mlisoh and Bowman, after being 8Ufliblfen»ly i;pyived, stated that the/ ha4 'hi'en s?t ypon the night of their di^i&pearance by Ave hooded men, eaiiied off from Dr. Mason's car andvtchalned to a tree. Each night., defense coiinsel. arrived oday, presumably, to seek a^i 'r'ni^Hci Judge John J. ; Gore. U. S. District judge of Middle Tennessee. Late this afternoon. Judo and Dr, Neat.v V«» «»t ^ ^^ Tnev net. however, an 1 »-schonEir-d greetings, when; Judg4 Gore went to attend a conference with attorn«y8 r^ gardlng other iitigatlon, whllj Tr. Neal W.X8 liv'fedhlerence wiin _ Jonn Mitfchell, asBlsiant U. IMSti .ct M torney. Dr. Mitchell la a former laV^ student of Dr. Neal. Tha V^vpiH ol their confmtncens not l^.nown, bofU^ ateadi'-viily lefUEing to dis.ms=i 11 They May li^i Hi^^rtuitey. B & ®® gf Boston Ai Àe two men were KRind on a „ iiur a Dance. Bpoti "that was previously search^ by V iosse. It Is believed that the meh'>!were tnoved each night to a secitoft of the mountain that ' w^» searched previously by the possae their discovery being thus presented. i Wtàié very thirsty, Bowmart i«as «hie to talk, according to Thojno». but Mason did not speak. Bowman said that it had been four day3 -sincii Mason ;had eaten, having ^^ cojné;ai»gry at being Jeld And Tjeftuie4 to eat an,d drlnlt on^ 'y'XBML.^ttovB then umm a- -I a, M, , 1 (By the Associated Press.) Boston. July 5.—The ruins of tho Pickwick Club building.^ which ^oi- lapsed early yesterday, tad yielded . ttp 33 bodies at nine «'«»ock tonight. Of these. 29 had been Identl-Aed—X6 men and Ave women. Sixteen injured were In hospital^ Pflllce and toe department officer« Ssed to estimate the number that might still lie beneath the been- impossible to check nù&tór of ^^brry-makers. • tfialéty tiirou«!» d®®»"® BUSHED OIT OJf HI BBIGS^^ FALLINO f THEM. MRS.PIII]eTELL^()FSGEÌIÈ -J . .. Had Ctuake èeei^ 2 ÄoQis Latere Thousands Woidd áavé Been Killed-^Hióir Tanì^ O^y. 'hi 'J fi While thunder; 8to^ curtailed ..arrlsonburg'^JFourth^^ bratlon SatV#y «"«m?»?- & was a big tÎiè' Luray firer. .prizes by taking ■Ai'St» !» the paradé, reel racés âhd bapd çriit^est. The rain. '*yhiçh started falUng a\)out three ô'olock and^continued to fall IntermittentVy aU! afternoqn. caused the profeBsichal ï^Uto races at the Farl Grdtltfds to be postponed until next Saturday. AÎter the first shower, the half-mile-tl-àck was A 'M tbi "The Santa Barbara • eaithquaW was worse than the San ^ranclscO one; we have'lieen through twenty-four-hour» of h——; out house róéked up ah^ down; the opt h^de-i,U8 groaning and grindiifg nOise fllledj my eai«! I sprang utf and urAS pitched headlong into aHook-caae; my daughter reached mel and ^we started for the front doo^: it had grown dark and the heat twas terrl' lie: we reached the y»rd »"eiy with bricks, chimneys, dUhes. brtc-a-brlc and evei-ythlng comldg ilown around us," are some of the vlvia "" Imogene Staunton Police Find Ford Taken WhUe Its Driver Was Attedd-infc'Church Services „ farm. He wa% amas^. 'he «tated, when he saw. Bowman, iis fl^ce covered with ^ heavy nv^^tkM heard, thinking he '•^"fl^éd him if l>e ^ thirstF Thomas said. He jrepll^ H-lWes- i always carry water on Sy S as it^ls ImpoBsible to se-«•<r<. w'áter in the mountains. I íeTch¿5^hS Í bottle of water which he grabbed at greedily. I »^«d^J ' In whluklng it from him Mter he tedTS about three swal ow w i^eared the ejects ««»e^^J*^ "I then turned my attention to Dr M¿on who was lying in a SunS» Lawrece said he had The' Síí^í tCbottle through his lips aid allowed the water to ^o through'hi«'tieéth. • ■ 4fesentf^ he began to rtiow Signs of i Ufe and began s^ci^inK^»; fhe Wis- I 'l^t him hav* .abou^ tSwe spbonsful hut j«raa afraid to 23, taxi yhè Identified dead: -^MBS. EDITH G'ARDAN, 28. JOHN J. SCALES. 21. singer the club cabaret. , MARGET MURPHY. 29. J. ÌLANZBR, 25; 0ARIi PAULSOii. JR PÌSÌRSLMAN PAUL HALLO- STUART^HBNDB^ON . WILLIAM p. COCHRAN. 28. wraNK TILLO, 28. boxer. iS^F. GLBfNNON, 28 manager of the club. JOHN J MCLAUGIHLIN. 20. W. H. MABR, 30. SittTtóSaOMÈWl O'DONNELL. SSsaret^iawsok The Ford car. stolen while parked near Emmanuel Episcopal Church Yesterday morfliftgi while It« drl^ Mrs. D. W. Travis, ww ,attending services, was - recovered laie last night by the Staunton Po"«/- .. car was found, abandoned, south of Srauriton. Th|i Stauntbn polfco no-tmed Mrs. Travis, last night of the finding of the CW. Mrs Travis, upon leaving church and finding her, car gone, notified Chief^Dovel. ^ho in |urn got ^ m touch with tvJ.pollce of Staunton. Winchester iin.«^^I.cxlngton. A Ha^ ¿isonbiirgvttiA-^ Idfels'St^ton and being driven by a colored man.,\ • Mrs Travla left the key In the car wlien "she parked to enter church. In 'she believe»;U was taken a few minutes after parking it, .as another car was-ln Its place after the services, indicating that the car had been taken to permit another church-goer to park his car in Its tilace. Beaotmudand i-aclng i^ out^^^^ used :by Mrs. Imogene cuestión. lnjh^-enlng;then.an^^^ Avis, of Harrisonburg, in deBorlhing the Santa Barbara earthquake in a letter to her brother, Payne M. Avlp. of this city. ' Mr. Avis received thé letter yesterday. She said she^nd her daughters Miss Avis Tatum, who only recently went to California, had been a terrible experience, and the hardshlpe and »«»'«ty were^so ^feat that locks of her hair tiirned gr««^- . - foi- other shower put,, an ehd to the Mp ond night of Uhe street carnival on the southslde of thè Court Square. Several thousand out-of-town vlsl-1 tors packed the^dewalka during the riiornlng for the grandjyarade, wh^^^^^^ was more than ^phe ihllé In length,, and which remlndedl'.many of the procession here last Aàgusta during the State Firemen's Convention. in the line of march were - eight nre companies, two bands, th® V^ F- • fife and drum corps, aiW.between 50 and T5 .autompbll!^ .trucks. Lurav in Hiw tiiwonn» Headed by their the Luray firemen in their neW tii^lorms, consisting of a blue: :<iq^t; W ^hUe trou^^ with à belt over the shoulder, n^de the best appepmnce of any piwniiiation in th^ parade and ^^e "awarded «»e Dr. ^^m. H. Itow?1l. physiologist iof the oJohns HetfklnB University, I Who has been apljieinted to the com. mittee by SurgiioBOeneral Cum-inlng, of the United Stales Public Health I Service, to look Into any ' -health hazards" involved, Ini the tjse of tetraetbyl leaded gasoline. Mrs. Palmer's letter» la M "Lilie Goine Thru a--'; , .. „ "Twenty-four hours of all the h— I ever want tp «ee have. Ju«^, other Shenandoab't lUlT S|ona Hits ohard» Eeàvïljr^îiwlwrt Co-Canted éÌU)0.Ì)00 InsuxaiUM ' on. Thedit Or- The ,amount oí d^agé, to aptte .«1.1 nthnr nroDbriy in ine passed: By now, will have had ^ ^^ „t the tornado^and-haU th^iïêtures'and news; nevertheless I g^ept thrwi^- t^è U^- I éiiW £ry to tell yof Bomet^ng pf what^Avla (Mis« Av^S Tatuiu. her daughter) and Ï have experienced. ^ iflrst prize of |1®0> resented by 46 ;mtt< I The crj^i^in:| burg Hose Co;,;"'" ' Btro;ig "Beautiful Santa < playground of multl-mllUonalr#. now lies in I^Vlns as far W Us ness districts. ,thea^re». MRS. tUray .was rep- .erai V;,,'. ■ uad ofiMartins- h, was 31 It wedt ^ vers all aloflttg'^S line outfit was awarded the »fSiPriii^^or the best appearing comply w^-but band. The Always There H6ok and Ladder Company, of Waynesboro, Pa i had ¿2 men ftt the line of march; | hour later, Staunton, 28: Shenandoah, '22: St^, have be0n BOU section of 8Se«a* mt Thursday .tWA"' I Wdl'ng to rpu^?« Deehfrt. Wf JuranoeiCo/iThte^« ^""Many^resldencea^gone and others ciamaged beyond repair. . j "Had the earthquake occurred .an the death-toll , Would, terrible. But It^af Ät and Hose; 6:45 vi^ "i., ând store^Wd^idnesB Bowman I^ost, Veterana of ^oj^elg , fifteen Wars, had 25 è^^teï^ic^imen In the, ^ou^^^^^^^^ ^jter- liàrade headed byi|helr r^rtn'll"hour; duration now. bugle corps. The;;^,«'."^^. ''tSJ Saï ¿a^ earthquake «'ty^g^/Ä gra^Bon Witiy B metti I rusî «ptone. I ce ring my v- 'i th. menf I r^hed off to thef nearest headed thè second división of marchers. A short course in domestic science -Uie new name for old-fashioned cooking—will be day and lasting until July 10th, by Mrs. M. A. Rich, of Richmond, under the auspices of the Music Lovers Cl ib at the Social Hall of the Methodist Church. ,,, V A aeries of iflve lessons will be given at 2i>30 and 4:30 in the afternoon. The lessons are foj /hose who may desire some new ideas In preparing these days of cook-leas MRS. PAULINE PE LUC A rr^Es'^iS^'woN,« PATRICK OALVIN. 40. walte^ 5tS>R ;BEN^ ^eals in t ; AliDER. of Boston police head ■ Sïowïi and sped^ ^o ^ ML invèìttlgation into tn^ îîd^Â tfferret out the . The news of the finding of ° J I,,,- «íidflre. . rtf tho^en tjiwdáí besieged the hi^im. ^^ th¿ time Mason arrlveí.ía «^W^^ot^^ ^g^Sn a. 100 had almoéfc oyer- - saSlrS Ä Bowman was SSï'-Browds and cam congryated near the hospUal. AIB8HIP TO. l'Ai IB8T iS^ the A-Mdatad ^tt^V ^ i^Sirst. N. J.. J^JT ' — Brooklyn. N. Y. . JOSEPH G. PHANUF. JOHN DUFFY,.30. a boxer. iWlU^IAM MÙRÇAY. 35. .TORRY LONOOéARDE S NIXOK. of New York City. iStïïhe te critical condition and lUtle hope la S^or thfeir recovery. Six others ÎSr suffering from brok^ ^ bon^ S St^ six sustain^ shocto cu^^ SiSd^^^mlifc "i flr^an. who SÎSlS thî r^ftciw worl^ S^ inéritÎl br^Mpwn -unde^^ Stress bf thé work ànd 1€ roqulred eight of hlB comrades to put him in '"'sSry with a large gang of^tructfen laboren, ««»ted by two Bteam shovels. Uegan thia morn-inK to/remove the Wfeckage and tSh ¿Îîi relieved : the- workera frS« time, tt W eatimated that thé ttebrlB would be hietor« idawn ■cleared (By the Assoclatedyji'ress.r SWampscott. Mass.; J^y 5--President and Mrs. Coolldge worship^ped today In the historic Tabernacle Congregational Church at Salem. ^ In this edifice, founded in 1836, they heard the hlstory^of the nation traced and a plea made .that | It assume leadership in the^establishment of world peace and brotherhood. Without intimation of their plans. Mr. and Mre. Coolldge, accompanied by F W. Stearns, left the summet White House shortly after 10 O'clock,( motoring to Salem. T^ey^ wcre met b> ushers and escorted to a pew near '^TheTichurch was practically filled before the service started soon after-their arrival and a crowd w^ outside when they left. |tf his p«ay-or, the Rev. C- H. Beale, t^ pjwtor^ asked for blessings on th^fAsldent a^d those associated witj^^^m in aur B. & 0. Exhibit Latmest The ÎBaltlmore and Ohio Railroad System had the largest delegation In the parade, having three floats and 20 automobiles filled with veterans and employees. The ' Sunshine locomotive", on an autj cha^ls, headr ed this d»î! '^utltii i.nA carried oît « t-o »50 prize for the best float. The ptraonnel of the V'.i. ey division^ of r-.c B. & O. wa^ v. :.ll represented by the more than l* '» irnlnment, shop-ri.»tt and maint.in!:nce of way ,men in the parade. On the boiler of the "Sunshine ILocomotlve," rode Gen. p.. M. Colvln. Confederate Veteran, and retired engineer, Who pulled the VoU cord signallliig the coming of the motor-engine. Supervisor J- Lickllder, of the B. & O , and 'Yard Foreman. Morris Spiro, were .in charge of the railroad section of the pwade. Three of the oldest railroad veterans were In the line. They were Gen. Colvfn. who began r^lr, oadlng In ISffS; T. J. Thomson, who began in 1872; and J; E. Lyons, who began In 1880. _ Perhaps the mpst unique of floats was the "poultry farm wheels," entered by the NewV>wn >Gjanl»Incubator Corp. Every, detail of a mod^n poultry farm was hail- atorm Jack-h< eo^ty flBOjptiO/ and of a .;« thé I>r. D. wIs^r^thTng 'io-iWsrbut thua^far we have been spared • / flrea. Four rige governincit ships arp^ th« harbor, and trains of nu^s «hv Blclans and medical »up^»«« . arrived from Los AngMes and San ''"^'d" not know what 1b before us. as It is turning hotter food and water have been rushed to the city, an« hundreds 6f sailors i^Jd poltee at each corner, the city brt^ under martial law, and all om»-«" UT. U. Ä Strathìnore Farm w»J ítey Knob Orchard. 'Co.,,. Ta;»« of t^ia it^ ñ^ City Newa Co., S on.. the. Valley plto.^tàofc. ^«te^H the Lee I>mg , hoU)W>/wheii ^ W the Btorm i^n«, said the'wind. mM« jauch that he did noVltno«pw>en iha fpof WM torn trpm ^tl^,ftqt^. lowt^e rkWT I tliorlty.. He did not . STe^ W^goea forward, an the President's nanie or^J^nt^^^^ .«o ^accn w , Yiim presence. In thé «mdn, ai- SrtSd and WIU ter setting forth the goal fpr liie;n^ "QVeif croi»' n tnt« t! - ^ * 10 weeta aio iÌL V mm m ' ^ — the on (By the^^ Whealin«» W. ger train Wo; Pittsburgh to ted Preéa.) ^ iuly —^Paasch-tsylvanid linea, f, was derailed and hastily-sworn in d Ät'^'T-O» ^ilL ,betWaen ^éggR ¿JJ noilce are armed. Thousandfl .«eu, - j tonight. ïhe police are armed. Tbousanofl ietv »^w^ ^^jy last night by »"tjtr , but 'r® ^¿vtiK ^ed. IM or more exc money and are d^lrous of Mvlng some of oMr personal belongings. Sleep in 'Garaie. , / ^ Bvery o^sat up or Jf^j lawns. In parks or out on the rtad-me Avis Snd I) spread PaP^^ on the ground of the ?ullt and ^covered ''"b jdijjet^ but cold v>ras severe at night, heavy ^^^^ fog. With severe f oC^» »»J; we Sgbt of waV wereHom up for a dUK} .th'p Äight. we had tance of several car lengths befora t yioleht cold today from ^^aln was slopped: ^ ^^ ^^ "We were asleep., I wrecking train reached the sce^t. locomotive, tender,and ba^gé"car left the rails. ^ First reporta said no one was injurèd seriously. ^,, • Reports of , the accident to the vyl'heelingi trainmaater said the. cause had qot.been deterpalnétì. At the point of derailment, the tracks-were about 50 .feet from the Ties alona tha faAp oT my pHJow and the hp^e rocking up and down, not «We-wa^. The moat hideous gro«^^ grinding noise. «11^ my ej^aii^ sprang up, screaming, to Avl«^ O« carried out <Usplay. e^n to, ^^ the baby chicks fading »bout the ^ j ^»s pitched ¿fW» ----------into a bdok-case. Tried to feet ana can t remeipoer green jrard. g. Denton and Sons ialsafWd a floàt which required coh-■«Ifferable time to construct, depleting a house made ofrugSr, - ; & Old ^to in line .One of theJSatures of the P^y was the-old automoWle which h.^-ed thé tìtaunton Fire tee and we started for the front door. It hadi «»^»'n m *' «m mviii • -li* „ - ,ll> Department. (By the ASI Mineóla, N. y., ___control of his- al thè over Curtis "ÍMield * Brow. 28, Ttìi _ fell 800 feet to ira injured. ' Hempstead, Caped with 9|tli|tí1 •PresaiK 'f "hlifip tipn in world affairs, he. declaré it» mpllBhment remained, in; thp s of thè statesmen and a united nse from the peopl^ "old- timer" cune. East ÍJ^Jo clpse ^npètltfon fot the 8 a;^Uke« t?ompany,.of SUnf\ Jt ¿»ífa« iMi^^iitomobile itt' and atttO». «a"!?« ton. anÄ 'Waa* |^^^^^tomob^e in' a?id f «»W» , li^ll amata. tV>Altfl^ .'^ts -Old'timer" HOT Mr. BoU^-.,^-,^ connected ^-^litir t]|9| ageircq. t-S-íf^ " k nlce awlm 'I^i^ ^^^B- aaatKned today, hy ,Stwst. are re««!»«"» .sIT ¿t J^m ^e NO., thi. 1» OÜUMflí. iíuaic hy ^ ■ lâ®« iE looní» t.t k',8twst. are receiving cong|-atu------- ------ ^ 'little She hH ^^ ^ ' di^hí« .clÄcrf; .pending . ^terof irr. wdiMrí^».' í ' i r had no close —^^ . ^^ pri«a4or th«/ éídfeat car in the l^a of jnar^- VÎS / ' ì^ - -ïh^^iie loi? thcf^hest-ma^uertd^t ing wjBUtto three l'Jada f'oii' K. m- Ci [ trleí chicken. h» tcftès; loa c» iúM äjiat Is '•Vh. v-'Vi". ■■ i".*-1'
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