Harrisonburg Daily Times, January 27, 1909

Harrisonburg Daily Times

January 27, 1909

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Harrisonburg Daily Times (Newspaper) - January 27, 1909, Harrisonburg, Virginia VOL. 7. NO 50 .. � � . -'�I*''.: HARRISONBURG. VA V^NESDAY JANUARY 27, 1^09 Annual ry Clearance We expect you in this week. Don't put it off. Come in today. A guarantee with every purchase : : SNOT Arrm f iGNT. DMnrber QmI) Wilh Afttf Mali; WkMi S�r*iii>ti# Defcutfi. Staunton, V�.. Jan. |�.~B. H. rgenbrlgbt was shot thia aftarnoon at ChrlatiauB, 10 milea from bare, on the Chesapoake and Ohio railroad, and 0. U. Halnaa, a merchant o( that place, la In Jail here, chArgel with the Bhootlnc. Argenbrigtatt wno ib said to bave been drinking,, en' tered UainM' store to bujr barrel ot nour. and a contenuoh adaing ae Is said : to bare bailed Uamea ugljr hames, and WM ordered out. As he did bo be applied epltbeta to J. H. Daris, father In law of Mr. xiaiues, and Davis, though 7ii years oia, BtrucR him. A tight ensued, Ar-beuorlght getting thie bef>t ot It. iiuines then is accused ot getting ujd revolver. Four time* the trigger 'was pulled. The fifth time there wau a diBCbarge, the ball entering AX' geniinght's back, between the aboul-uers. ooicers trouT btaunton arreat-uu Haines, Argeubrlgtat waa brought lo the hospital and la aald to have a ttiiMht ehauce for recovery. BORNEiN TRIUMPH Tfwnpds Blew md Crowds Cheer UflM They Are Hoarse. TftlS Of HIS P�RIIS CipWil of R�pgMc Describes Hard, ski^ ofjCww-NgrraMve of Ust M^tats or Siakiaf ^hip as II Goes Down. ONE GfiMt ^'4 MAY GET APPOJNTMENT. Befieved In ^l^flilon Tftit Alvah H. Martinjyi ^ Sdeded. Washlngton-�V'i)i- C.� Jan. IS.-Alvah H. tfarti^i WlA) la here In the Interest of th�^ittU'to have the gov arnment aeqblfi^tW^ Jahieatowi eg' position property m a coaling ati^ tlon, wUt hold ftii,vi^>t7ortant eontei�' ence wllh Frikaii^iH. Hltoheeek l^ this city W�^&iiMdV'vti|Km''r^ turn ot the hitiW-^;vm'Cta�rlei�PM> ! where he baavJBMJI;:^^^^ elect Tatt; .^W|p�ii^:.;to'::ih� .'new cabinet. LOCAL ECHOES. A baru east of Harrilb'nburg. burn--vd last nigut. The weather man says it's going to freszo today. Well, didn'.t that new patrol wagon go to the lire last night? Ask the horse. The matrimonial bureau in this county has been quiet for two whole days. What is going to happen? Fair, with minimum temperature near the freezing point; moderate northwesterly winds, becoming light; variable. Loosen Up .Club added another member to the roster yesterday. Qet In line; lobseh up when the Tiiaea reporters are around. There will be d servicea at the . Church pf the Brethren tonight on , - . ^ , ____^, iiliGLER'S:SOUL \ti ROOSiEK. �;lbr..of;tl!S|S.itt^dlng.; ^Firatxrimlnal case of tbis seatlon 'in court Thursday. Rlgglemaa and brother will be tried'for th� theft of .tools in Brock's Qap; Competition between the moving \ploture parlors Is getting ao great that they constantly watch. to aee who has the largest crowd in front. A colored lad anziousiy Inquired ' '^^bere the chicken fight was and who won last night when he saw several of the town sports returning from the mldnighrt fire. "Mitt" Hitt, who hit at Mrs. Hl(t gave himself up to E..J. Carlckhoa yestjerday for moonshining, but not J>ecauBe he. Hitt, hit at Mrs. Hltt And did not hit her. ' Word reached here laat night that Conductor Fatzer, on the cannon ball high flyer, and through freight hal a head-on > collision la the Potomac yards in Washington yesterday and had his ankle broken, and that a brakeman named Grove, was killed. "Rosalind at Red Gate" that aerial story that will appear in the Times tomorrow, Is one you should not miss. From start to finish it will hold - one almost spellbound. Subscribe now and get the first Issue. 60 cents three months; six months, . |1; and 12 per year. LAW STUDENT AT SIXTY. lidHtafli ^iHitids Mcvcitie E^ch Monung gnO lapi at Niglrt. Miltown, N. J., Jan. 2�>.-feraous iii tuis section wnu believe in the uimmigration ui' aouu nave had ..utiir v.ews mrcBgiheued by a bantam looMier wutcn is owned by 'Au-(itisi(.uy Liiuuerman. 'i'Uey suy the uoa^ lue little rooster is the abidiu^ place ot tue soul of a dead army ougier, because the.rooster sounds itivuiue eacu morning ana taps ea..a uitfhi as well as a'-uKijiea musician could ao 11. ile never variea lu the lime 01 uiaiiiag theui. Ueyeilie is sounded eacu muruiug, at precisely 0.a0 o.'uiucK, - and u sounds aome* tiiiug iiKe tnje:- ; X ca'ii t.get ,t>m up, 1 can't get^em up; New York, Jan. 26.-Capt.. Seal-by, and his omcers and most of the ;rew or the wrecned sieamsnlp ito-iiubtic were given a remuriiauie ue-luioudiratiuu touay wmu ihuy iaudeu at tue pier ot tue vvuiie btai uuc ii-oui tue revenue cui(/tir iViauuatkuu. wiiich traubierred tueui irom tue iovenue cutter beneea. ' A gieai tliroug ot oiUuers and buumeu of the sieamsulps of tue While iitar line in aouii, together with thiee or tour huuaiou ispeuia-tui'ii,. was on lue ducii wueu Uapt. ^eaiby .lUid tile shipwreuKeU cVew iitepped duwu the gaugpiauK. Oihcers and seamen aiiae made a rush for Capt. iaeaihy. biluug mm to their snouldei's, liiey uarrieu him the w nolo ieugth of tiie douK- to the street, while the crowd yelled itseiC noarse and stewards on the steamships blew trumpets. Behind the captain the crowd carried aloft the brave Blnus, the wireless telegraph operator. Capt. bealby was carried from the street to the ojiicei, of the steamship company, an the second floor ot TJie pier. Theie, only on his earnest protest, would the crowd cease its demonstration. ONpt. Sealby's Story, marine storiea ; In recent There have perststeat rnmon current here .fo| cbmir time-that Mr. Martin was ib^roRored a place in the Tatt cabin8ti\ When aeeh tdday he made n atate-ment In wblchVhe eatd that he would see Mr. Hiteheock Wednesday ai soon as the latier conld get back to Washington from Charleston, that the matter of ,^1b cabinet selection was In the htnda of. his friends; that It was a question that would be out ot plaOe for him to dlBousa now. Ho did not deny however, that the subject had been discussed between Mr. Taft aiM Mr. Hitchcock, and said further thiit he might have something Interbstlpg to say on the subject In a few days. Tt Is believed that Mr. Martin will go Into the""new calbnet. M.H.EARMANDEAD His Son Fihds Him His Bead. Dead in MAHERS IN CIRaiJIT COURT. HIS DEATH WAS SUDDEN is 12 O'Obck That ^.sk Wliu Dbcovertd Nothing UnuDUdI TO INVESTIGAtt MOUNDSVIllC. : Few �6 Wesl VirgiW House Orders Prooc of Charges iAgaJj^st II. Charleston. W. ya.,-Jan. 26.-^As i cau't^'get emt^l^p at all. xhe curpbrui's worae tban the private He won't obey jay call;: i oe' Burgeant'a worae toau corporal. Ana tiie ciiptHin'^ worst of all. ' All the housewives in the neigh-r ,7huod hear that call from theidn-aermau- poultry house, and many of luem heed it and got up. They won-ucr how tufe bird Knows it la~fi.�tO o'clock and keep on wondering be^ cause it is one or nature's mysteries. When night .falls tut^ lltUe Uu-uerman rooster goes into the poultry house, and gets on the roost. He lemains quiet until s).3U o'clock, and then he sounds taps, so that every one in the neighborhood may know It is time to put out the ligbta and go to bed. Linderman calls lie rooster Jack, and says careful breeding and training have made him what bd IS. jack's flther and mother, were killed by a hawk a year ago. Of the batch of eggs from which Jack was hatched all except that wbicb contained Jack were eaten by rata. had been anticipated Gov. Dawson sent to the legtelaitura this morning a special message �Bstt�ng forth the history of the receht charges ot wrongdoing maflb 'against the dlreis tors and other.Bf'Conneoiea with the Moundsvllle penitehtlt&y, and riBconi-mendlng that the Jeglslature adopt a resoiutibn v^nihoriilhg and- dirMt- ye^e, of.:m^rv6lou9j;e^�pe!t..ft;om.tb4j*S^ -^�i^^^^^^^fi^f^^b^^f& ,lto^ayf>at.4^^*&*R� ae. equ� lb draniallO iiit^nilty UTeTtoAfoundavllU and make �Jhpw�l�h:..#.....^..^^ narrative that GaptSealbr'told to-i'"''"'"'y charges. xiis WHO was a Miss Aua iJeau, who survives him with two daugnters a.uu two sous. He had heeu ill for many mouths aua last' ulgni at J.:^ u'clouK when ueigUbora had letc his bedside hla couaiiiou seomed to lie tue same asj Juriug tue past several days and no liiought of uls immediate deatb was expected. His sou Albert, who la ^bout 10 years old, slept with his Xather and did not hear him during the ulght, but when he awakened yesterday at daylight and inquirei of his lather how he folt and did not receive any answer, thinking his father was asleep, he tried to wake him, when to his horror ho foun his father dead. Going to the born^ 'of neighbors he summoned help, there being no one at home. Mr. Barman was a member of t|� North Carolinian in Some College With His Eighleeii'^Year-pId SQit^^ Charlotte, N.i Jan. 86^^ aWvwjchbut � parallel Itt'^tfii^^nlt-ed;States la the^ case of JH^Q. Whit-acker, of Pilot Mbuntain. N. 0., � law atudent'at Wake Forest College, thia atate. Mr. Whttaoker la 60, to. Uiti same clnis he haa a aon, P. If. T Wbltaoker, aged 18. Thi^ elder Whltakfr la staktag gn excellent'record aaratudent, deaplto his silvery looka. He haa ip children, 2T grahdohildren, two.ot whom vofc-U in the November election, and 2 great grandohlldren. Mr. Wbltaker �ay8*. "I am lust beginning life." CARRIE NATION EGGED. Hatchet-WieMer's Leauie iirokeo Up by ikitish irowd. London, Jan. 26.-TMrs. Carrie Na-uou, who is attempting to deliver a series ot lectures here, met with a hostile hall tonight. She waa pelted with eggs, one of them atriklng her m jhe face. From, the ver/ b�-sijlimu'g the audience maUttalBea a chiorua of Hbooa'' and blaaea. Her manager vainly appalled for fair play and l^rs. Natton waa obliged to quit tbe boiiee under poUet protection. - A. S. CASSIDY ElEGTRIGALCOMPANY SUftHcal Cootractort and Pcaiert ia Ki�0riMi Supplies. Lighting Fixtures, Electrical Noveltlet a&4 Telephone Apparatus, 'Phone for our 'trouble" man, We make a Specialty of Repairing EiectrlcaJ W^chlne*/. 'Phone No. 265." 83 EAST MARKET ST.I limes Has New Reporter. Mr. w. j^. Smith, formerly of Spartanabbrg, 9. C, arrfrod la H�r^ rleonburg yeaterday to Motpt g po- sition on the reportortal ataS of tbo Harrisonburg Dally Tlmeo. Mr, Smith is an acoompilahed nawipapar man and will doubtieaa add maen of Interest to the n�wa eolugtag of this paper.  , Thi Goloniil Gompinif Asks from ita patrons and public geoerally to share with it some of tbeJr unemployed capital. It pays J per cent, ,*r annum on ihonpy subject to withdrawal, without notice. This wnipany Is entirely separate tndl distinct from the ValUy Realty Company It does, not huy and sell real cstat�. but loam exclusively on real Mtate security on conservatively appraised valwitions. J, N. wasoN. ^mm, Hewt-gsgMwMWiig, fsirt|o�iwrtIY� day.of tb� escape of Second Officer Wllllama and himself from the Republic. Tb'oeapUln would not talk of the collision with the steamer Florida. Captain Bealby said: "It was about 8 o'clock Sunday night when the Republic was sinking, and only myself and Williams were on~ the bridge. There wa:8 a rumbling land cracking at the after end of the boat. The stern waa settling rapidly and the sea waa bad. Then \ said to Williams: 'Wei! what do you think about It. Williams?' And Williams answered: _ don'f think It will be a long race. Iiet us sprint for it. When you are ready let her go.' "I looked aft again and saw bow fast ahe was going. I told Williams to burn a blue light. Then I tired my revolver five timea to let the boats around me know that we were going off. "Turning to WllUama, I said: 'Let us take the forward rigging.' We ran from the bridge to the saloon deck, burning our blue lights as we went and carrying an ordinary lantern. ' "When we got to the saloon deck the water waa coming in a..little att of where we stood., Aa we ran forward the stern was sinking so rap-Idly and the Incline was so steep that when we got to tbe fore ; igging we started to slip back and could hardly keep ourselves on deok. Climbs to Masthead. bad broBSi^ the port rail and was hanging over the side. I took to tbe rigging and went up as high as the masthead lights, a distance of many feet. "I rested there and took out a bine lights It was wet and would not go off' X then fired the last ahol from my rototver.; . "Th^ wator had now caugh? up to me, oomlhg up under my great coat and I Ooated. The revolver and my binooulara held my coat down, acting if a sort ot ballast. "At thIa time the water was a roaring, aee.thliig mass all about me. I was caught In a whirlpool for Bomg o� %\% ipot whtro she went '. .Crash, ..t THREE MEN ARE KiUED f^^inNrei^ iM^^, ddegt Hoypeoei ot west Vmioti^Mige. ^ Mt. i>leaBant church aud wj(ll vba conducted by Rev. Dr. B. F. Wllsoui of Harrisonburg. Mr. Eiarman leavef, bcsidca h wife and children, two shsters-Mis Willie Barman, of Mt. Crawford,] and Mrs. James Miller, of Mllnes-ville, Augusta county. He is also a nephew ot the Hon. George N. �:arman of Penn Laird. His mother was a Miss Sarah A. Chandler, and he is an uncle of Mr. Wllmer Chandler, of Harrisonburg. -o- BELIEVE WARD UW SAFE. loons here, because the ealoon men ^o'Dg what you have giv- en them tbe right to do. It la not a local light In which I am engaged, but a national fight. Too much Ci'sd-It cannot be given the Booth In starting this wave of reform. Per* Bonally, I do not believe that any man can in tbeae daya be a consistent Christian and countenance tbe saloon. I feel so Intensely on thta subject that were la so called Chr|a^ Ian and In any way in league with tbe saloon, I would ask my minister to excuse me from ehuroh membership.' - �999% tho �ax in town yesterday. Givts Up to Officers and Confesses to Moonshining. Milton Hitt, of theBlkton neighborhood, charged with cruelty to his wife, and a man who had also been Investigated by the U. 8. Internal revenue officers, yesterday aur-rendered himself to Sheriff B. J. Carlckhkoff and is now lodged-ln the county Jail. Mr. Hitt was reported to bo a fugitive from Justice, but it seems that he decided to Eurren^ter bimaalt and ^tand his trial. It is rciported that he has ' confesssd to the moonshining, although one of the revenue ofllcers had stated here that there was not evidence enou^u agaiUBt him to warrant the issuing of a verdict. CANNING PIANT rCR J/ll Well BQulpped for canning aU kinds of fruit, vegetables and corn. 60 borss power boiler, 10 horse power engine and all other neoeoaary machinery. Will sell entire plant wl^b machinery and buildings, or each separately. . Yours truly, S. O. Good. We have a nioe line ot useful Stationery which we are selling at the correct prlcea. D. GLINT OEVIER, JEWELER. Cumberland, Md., Jan^ 3S.-Three men were killed; outright aad tea were terribly injured this moAlng la a, coilision between two carr in't^ iiiine or the piedmont Georgea Creeic ooal Company, at Frankim, a vUiage near vyesternport. The accident was caused by a misplaced switch, which curew a coal laden car Into a car . loaaed with workmen, on tha aiagie ^ men from, bis aUttoa, The Saaoaa of tbi> iflaii) man, Miss Mary Wade, whose brother baa baen, anaatai. charged with murder, was at tha. Ca-neral, and, after tha coflin bad bean lowered at her requeat tha ltd waa removed and she took a l�>t >ook at tbe dead man. It is said Wade will try to jfvvr* an alibi, but the police ara rajp^rtad to be workinif up a' chain of'^niiiOl'' stsntlal evidence which tber otjitia win show that Wada was oq'

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