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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 24 March 1910

r?B SuUmtimio.lUWW1"1 ? r i u 4 n o. m n ? . A*^r Scuffer Shoes for children. I Johnston, Day & Terry COS. ^?l1Fi Theorigiual Holeproof Ilose for men and women. They have a FRESH SUPPLY? # Stetson Hats for men. ail kinds, and can save you money. A ^ ^ aJB-. ik ^ g Royal Worcester Corsets for lad jH ^E3XTE*&5? ?<m*ofibaUb ^ ill ill 1*1 ^Tovmbw Id, 1903 * ^,ori"g Co"4 . I ^ Yellow . .;r r,,r 7.; , ion Set*. PHONE NO. 24. . JOlHlStO&, Ity & 16^ CO, VOLUME 44. SALEM, VIRGTNIA^ THURSDAY,IdARClI 24, 1910. N4JMUKll^i M fcr- ' ' ARRANGES EURO PEAN ITINERARY Roosevelt Party Will Visit All the Prominent Capitals ot Europe. Wadi-Halfa, Egyptian Sudan. March -O.?Col. Theodore ltoosevelt and his family arrived here this evennig from Khartoum and boarded the steamer lvis for O lit 11*11, v> UlVll llt^O OUUIU low Ili&ftl'P <lownthie Nile, at the head of the first Cataract, close to the great Assouan reserv...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 24 March 1910

^BEST IMMIGRANTS* Mettlers in Cauadu Are Aiueri- v cans From Western States. is d h- t Col. John H. Conrad, who has j, a town in Alaska named after 0 him, Conrad City, and has a ^ ranch of many thousand acres in u the Saskatchewan region in v Canada, says that settlers are f pouring into that coun+'-y Col. Conrad's ranch is on the Cana- ^ <1 in ii l'notrin Kollmn.' 71)11 ? MVA&1V i ?ll iv U J , OVIUV/ 0, utiloB northwest of Duluth, aiul j, on it he raises cattle and wheat. 0 "The "bent settlers up there are c \ Americans from the Western 0 States," said the colonel recently. 0 "Why do they so UP there? Well jj only a few years ago the Terr I- b tories had free land. Now they B haven't, because the Govern- D inent scooped up all there was ^ left and put it in reservations. c Many of the farmers in the West got their start by homesteading and they have become so rich ^ that they are able to send their ^ eons over into Canada, where ^ land is cheap. g "An astonis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 24 March 1910

W W. C. T. U. COLUMN 1^ orrit'EKMNiLnN w. c. t. v. ft' President.?Mrs. Mlmah Hobbs Day^ ft Vlc?-Presidents.?Mrs. C. W.Price. Mrs. M. E. ft Berry, Mrs. J. E. Shank. Mrs. R. K Moore, ft Mrs. B. T. Senioues. ttecordinir Secretary.?Mrs. O. F. Moyer. I C AA??Af a 1 W LM.n?b wi * vc>|svrii*?iiig J ? mm. u* Li* ciuinrv. Treasurer.?Mrs. George 8. Stevens. p.. _^a, * NuperlntcndentM of Department*. Literature.?Mrs. Gluts. Corbltt. Evangelism and Almsbouse.?Mrs. C. E. Obenohaln. Flower Mission.?Mrs. B. T. Semones. Medal Contests. -Mrs. Lucy Gravoly Stevens. . g Work among Soldiers and Bailors? Mrs. G. F. ^ Moyor. Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. Peun. Medical Temperance? Mrs. John Shank. Scientific Tcniperanco Instructions ? Miss i Fannie Folks. Florence Crittenton Home?Mrs. E. K. Moore. Social Meetings and Ited Letter Day.?Miss Maggie Whttesoll. Press.?Mr6. M. H. Day. (tlik tlmbs-hk(li8tki? and Skntinku, at their request., has placed a column at the dies' posal of the earnest and faithfu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 24 March 1910

HHRr PUULieHBD KVBKT THDUSI Salem Printings Pub Hp M. G. McCLUNG, Br V W. W. McCLUNG. B ft ** Subscripti< One Year, Nine Mouths Six Months, Three Months, .... PHONE TROUBLE WITH CANADA BREWING ? v I Will we, or will we not have a ' tariff war with Canada? This question will finally bo settled by ' April 1st. If our government ^ puts the 25 per cent, increase on the duties in the Payne-Aidrich 1 I bill, which it has the right to do, 1 we can look for trouble. We sell 1 Canada $200,000,000 worth of ^ | goods a year and Canada sells us 1 about $70,000,000. It is not v troublesome to fitrure what this ( 125 per cent. Increase of duty will 1 mean. It will drive the Canadian 1 trade from us, and many a man * will be broken up as a result. An effort is now being: made on the part of the President to forestall /this tariff war, but so far. he has been unsuccessful. MORGAN AND^TIIK AUTOMOBILE < I The automobile industry of this 1 | country has assumed tremendous ' propo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 24 March 1910

TW Times-Register and Sentinel. V PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. i q&b&ce& (3s03ot | - 4!^ For desirable kooiIs in tho above lines, at money-saving prices, go to E. B. MARSHALL'S Corner Main and Broad Streets K V;';. L&* RENTS EETTING CHEAPER If you do not believe this, consult our list of desirable property in all parts of the town. We are certain to have something to suit vou. w ^ E. R. MOORE Sergeant's Office, College Aye. SALEM, VA. itoKoaeoatoitoatoatoitoiioatoitoHoato 1 OUR SO DA | I ? FOUNTAIN | O NERTKN THE VOOLEST AND ^ K MONT REFRESH I NO SODA, O 2 MADE VRDN THE P(TRESTAND * O MOST WHOLESOME MATERI. ? U AIM. O o Jt |f Q 2 PLENTY OK CRUSHED FRUITS FANCY * O DRINKS TO PLEASE BY THEIR NOVELTY ? *[ OUR ICE CREAM IS NOTED FOR ITS O y 8MOOTII RICHNESS AND PURITY? Q O PROVE ITS MERITS. jt O OUR ICE CREAM SODA AND EGO 2 ae DRINKS ARE THE BEST. WE SERVE O 2 THEM JUST TO SUIT YOUR TASTE. M t If O o WE AL80 MAKE FRESH HOME MADE Jt M CANDIES ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 24 March 1910

^^BP^^REVAIUN^IimmicE^ Continued From I'ajro 1. fact that needs to be mentioned. H Jp Tills t&et is the inefficiency of our present methods of farming. The soil of our country is nntur nJJ<r as fertile as the soil in any H ^ other part of the world. Yet, through inefficient cultivation and management, our f a inn s are far less productive than those of I Europe. The statistics bearing on tliis matter are astonishing: in the United States the average production of winat per acre is I it bushels; in Franco ?0 bushels; I in Germany us bushels; in EngS land 32 bushels; in Belgium and I Holland 34 bushels. SnbstantialI l.y the same differences are found H in the production of other grains I. ami potatoes. This inefficiency I in our country diminishes the a supply of farm products, and in ' ? --i. t 4 ft k 4-^ ilwx ,vt?^ ?rp;iSOS II1C CONl UUtil cw v i iv" \n v;ilucer ami the consumer. CONSUMPTION AND SUPPLY. It is contended b.v some able thinkers that the increased...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 24 March 1910

py?whim11 THE PREVAILING HIGH PRICESContinued From 1'ogo O. cd articles on which the l'ayneH Aldrlchbill imposes a duty. For " tunately for the Am one an pubH lie the duty An most commodities ( Is not so high as on wool. But taking the low estimate of the I , * Ways and Means Committee, it jjfc amounts to an average of over 45 per cent, of the value of Imports. This amount the eonsum< er has to pay. It is a tremendous tax. Mr. Byron W. Holt, chairman of the Tariff ^Reform ? Committee, estimates that the $>( average American family pays a tariff tax of $111.00. Here, then, wo have one great secret ~ of prevailing high prices. r DETROIT AND WINDSOR. We have a clear demonstration of the effect of the Payne-A ldrich tariff in advancing prices all along the Canadian border. When we stop across the line separating the two countries, we find a drop in prices of from 10 to 40 per cent. A comparison of the | prices in Detroit, Mich., and w musor, uanaua,?two cities oppo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 24 March 1910

Useful and esses a Humor of nHs Ow?*. j jr^ I Nearly every family has at I Y some time possessed a horse. Not < vr^jjr^cessarlly a fancy driving horse v '^J^^the kind that clips off the secimTf: V ond s and draws a spinning park ,V wagon with a smoothly ironed lapcover draped foolishly over the seat back?but a genuine old style, steady-going family horse that knew every member of the family and the dog, too, and couldn't be prevailed upon to run away. That's the kind of horse that gives satisfaction. You turn him out into the yard and he pro coeds to roll. With a grunt oT real satisfaction he doubles up like a jackknife and proceeds to roll in a cloud of dust, while you stand off and wonder If he's not ill Then he thrusts his fore legs out straight before him ami lifts his head, blowing out the dust \\ ith a whoosh, scrambles to his feet and shakes himself, looking . at you with a humorous twinkle in his eye. Then when you want to catch liim in order to make the !7 :35 tr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 31 March 1910

SI j Johnston, Day & Terry Cos. ??HRID* "$6.oo suits at $4.50. ^I^B B They have a FRESH SUPPLY? ; ^T 1^ These are prices you can't dupli-.. "^O all kiuds, and can save you money. ^ ^ A. JA A A/ ^ I cate elsewhere. A great liae Men's A. *?OKXf?B ?onsol.balcb P'M T'f'Mf p | 1tWm.b? 16, 1903 I&iSSfiKrmS: <M HP Cobble.-. /V'' * A /W J^/ J*' la8 411,1 Biltrite Sh0ea a specialty. \H K S'iourSets" <,IUl YPUONk'NO. | _ I Johnston, Day & Terry Co. -\B VOLUME 44. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 1910T NUMBER 44 1 B 1 ~ ' [f MR. SAUL'S ORATION If the Court please: The cloud of witnesses here gathered at the opening of our courthouse is an evidence of the respect and pnvi>r<uwi> with which 1 lie Amcr Iican people regard the administration of justice. You have assembled fittingly to open this artistic structure wliorein will be meted out the justice of a code of laws ami a system of jurisprudence which...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 31 March 1910

building were at once jnvit^B^H^ed, and thin brought forth the |r keenest competition, nineteen HRr bidders being present on the day designated, from as many sec- ' W tions of the country, anil their bids ranging all the way from m $43,870.00 to $05,000.00. The bid of +ho K"in<r l.inithor Co.. of I Charlottesville, being the lowest, the contract wan awarded to it at $43,870.00. This wus done in December, 1008, and the Circuit Court, presided over by .ludge W. W. Moffett, gave its assent to all that had transpired. Although without a dollar oT indebtedness, anil with a comfortable surplus to the county's credit, the board, with the concurrence of the town council, decided to issue $50,000 of bonds with *vhlch to meet the entire cost of construction, these bonds to bo redeemable in the sum of $3,000.00 per annum, and to bear interest at the rate of 5 per cent. It was believed by some tlLat bonds with this option of annual redemption would not be popular or easily negotiated...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 31 March 1910

I fORMERCIR I CUIT JUDGES 0 (liy Judge John W. Woods.) HL The county of Roanoke wa not formed until 1838. Wt M therefore, begin this paper witl HH a brief sketch of Judge Johi HV James Allen, who was then 01 Bk the bench, having held his firs Bfc. term of court in the town o 0r Pincastle, Botetourt county, 01 September 1, 183(?. Judge Allen was born in Wood .stock, Shenandoah county, Vlr ginia, September 125, 1797, nm was educated at Washingtoi College, Virginia, and Dickensoi College, I'a. He read law undei his father, Judge James Allen al ficaverdam and first began itt practice at Campbell Courl House, Va. Ilcre he remainec but a short time, removing tc Clarksburg (now W. Va.) ii 1819. In 1824 lie married the daughter of Judge John G. Jackson, who, on her mother's side was closely related to the Winston family, and through this family to that master controller of the minds of fnen, Patrick Henry, lji 1827 ho was elected from the Harrison county district to the Senate of Virginia s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 31 March 1910

Diwes-fUgi PUBLlgHKD KVKltV THUUSl) m Salem Printings Pubi M. G. McCLUNG, KD W. W. McOLUNU. Bl Subseriptic I One Year, K Nine Month* I Six Mouth*, . , r Three Mouths, .... PHONE Ilalley's comet, the more (lis- f tlnetly it is seen, the more perplexing it becomes to the astronomers of the world. Since the milliner has gone in- > | to the business of putting chick- ] ' en feathers all over Indies' hats, "I the poultry industry will have to be increased in this country to * furnish sufficient chickens for > this new business. I i Corn-planting time will soon 1 be here, bet our people get busy * * ami raise a crop 01 coiu wu year, which In quality will equal anj' in the United States. It can be done. A farmer of Roanoko county took a prize for the best corn last year. The rumor that Mr. Ryan is in line for appointment or election to the United States Senate from Virginia, is the product of imagination. Mr. Ryan has no politi4 cal claim on the State of Virginia, and...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 31 March 1910

MR. SAUL'S ORATION. j Hr Continued from Page One. P uu -fiiiif tin I'IM'oiiIm I ^ tell to coining generations the 1 story of those that are passed. * 1 feel that! I should bo untrue 1 to the honorable* trust that has been uecorded me wore 1 not to ' invoke the shades of those prodigious characters, bothl in court 1 and in county, who have gone 1 before us, and upon whose achievements we today acclaim this triumph. To them the longest day had its evening; the hardest labors their ending; the sharpest pain its ease and everlasting rest. Speaking to us today front that inspiring galaxy their ministering spirits embody the ideal that Henry .Ward Beecher cai'l was a vision of angels, hovering over us day by day, saying to us, "Come up higher; do more than you havo ever done; bo more than you have ever been." If we eould descend the sacred precincts of the grave and view their "statue or flesh," this would be their eulogy: "Behold this ruin I 'Tis a skull; Once of ethereal spirit full! Th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 31 March 1910

rJOHN M'CAilLEY (By William McCauley.) John McCauley wan born Feb ruary 8, 171)5, in the townshl] of Dunbarton, count.v of llills bort?, New Hampshire. lie wa descended from one of the 1 lip^li laiul clans of Scotland, its Uaell name bcflTfp^Jac.Vnlaidli, and 'i Anglicized form being McCaulej Tim clan had an ancient am royal pedigree, ami was connect ?. \ with soiuo of tho most famoui f the Highland clans, union* tin i? being the Mactlregors. V exauder Mct'auley, tin t'i ndfather of John MeCauley w .is born* in the province of U1 e\ !*, Ireland, in the year 1707 1 and emigrated to America ii 17.17. On his arrival he lived fo . time in the vicinity of Boston Massachusetts, but later locate* ' in llillsboro, New* Hampshire, o which his brother James wai one of tho first settlers. llli wife, whose maiden name wni ivta vy Pinkerton, was born ii Ireland. They lived during theh la'cr lives in Merrimack, New Hampshire, and their graves art b Uie burying grounu 01 rne un Congregational chur...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 31 March 1910

--7 GOt: WILLIAM FLEMINGj*- ' * x Ht Fanule Dudley Mollott.) ^ WILLIAM FLEMING was born "February 18th, 17&9, at Jed- * borough, Scotland, and wan den- ^ cended from the Flemings of England, wlio trace their ances- ! try to one of the followers of j William the Conqueror. John Fleming, who discovered the api)roach of the Spanish Aruiada, had taken service under Queen ^ Elizabeth, and was rewarded for ^ this service by an estate in Westmoreland. Leonard .Fleming, the father of Col. William Fleming, held this estate until 1 some years before his son's birth, when, becoming financially embarrassed, he sold his property, obtained an office in Scotland under British Government, and removed there, to quote his son's words, "with the income of his office, and the remainder* of his property, he was able to live with credit and comfort." At the time Colonel William Fleming came to this country, there were several lives between him and the titles and estates, but after he had cast...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 31 March 1910

Times-Register and Sentinel. H|g FUIILI8HBD BVKHY THURSDAY. RENTS WF jj^lXJ^HEAPKR |B If you do not believe this, consult our list of WS desirable property in all parts of the town. We are certain to have something to suit you. I E. R. MOORE B 8erg?*iut'8 Office, College Aye. H SALUM. VA. KOKoiioi(oa^o?(o8eoaeor.oito?(o?to?(o | OUR SO OAS I FOUNTAIN I WSl o NKKVKS THE UOOI.F.ST AXI? ^ af MONT KKFKEN1IINO NODA. O BBr 2 MADE VROM THR PL KKNTAND * WSmti O MOST W1IOLENOMK SATF.Ill. ^ tC A1,N, O P. M $C ?????????? o ? PLENTY OF CRUSHED FRUITS FANCY IO DRINKS TO TLEASE BY THEIIt NOVELTY jy * OUR ICE CREAM IS NOTED FOR ITS ? X SMOOTH RICHNESS AND PURITY? O O PROVE ITS MERITS. M If O O OUR ICE CREAM SODA AND EGG jy V DRINKS ARK THE REST. WE SERVE O O THEM JUST TO SUIT YOUR TASTE. O WE ALSO MAKE FRESH HOME MADE Jg CANDIES DAILY, AND HANDLE THE O y CHOICEST LINE OF FANCY FRUITS. q 8 PAUL STAMUS CO. 81 y SAIiKH, VA, * OfeO??OitO*IOfeO)IO)tO?tO)IO;?OfcOltOli ^ nBMBNBRfnnBunnanoucaKrnF' SOMETHIN...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 31 March 1910

pppp^p**-., 1 1 F THE FOURDEY ' ERLE BROTHERS (l\y M. G. McClung.) y^, ( Ever silica man has been upon the face of the earth, the final settlement of his differences has been an appeal to arms. Na nuns uiruuguuui me ugus nuvu nettled their differences in the name way. Civilized nations and savages are one in this respect. ? " The history or mankind is replete with illustrations of this character. War is as necessary as peace ill the growth of a country, and so long as man lives upon the earth, we can expect a v repetition of but what has gone before. The organization of our great nation was consummated by carnage and bloodshed. Although we are a peace-loving nation, yet peace is purchased by t the sacrifice of human life. We who live now under the benign ' Influences of a Republican form of government, and who enjoy i the many blessings of the most progressive age in the history of the world, are prone to forget that the blessings which we en? inv were our chased by the awful M. _ s...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 31 March 1910

JrCOL. HENRY A. " EDMUNDSON A' i [ (By Judge Archer A. l'hlogar.) t L Whatever may be the nrnbi- * J tions and the pleasures of chroni- 1 cling the events and writing the v history of a nation, of a state, or 11 of men who have scarred earth's. {1 surface with shot and shell, and (; deluged it with blood, the pur- v poses of this paper arc more f modest and more loving. It is a intended to collect and preserve u some of the incidents in the life of one who was known to many 8 of the older persons who will v hear it read, who was admired * and loved in his day, and whose influence was felt in the circle of I home, town and county, and ex- ^ tended to the council of the na-i1 tion. * It was indeed a happy thought j of the honorable judge of your court to enshrine within this c beautiful new Court House the L pictures, and the good deeds of " the men who are gone, and who helped to give character and reputation to your County. The pity is that such work t was not begun years ago, when ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 31 March 1910

rCOL. ROBERT HENRY LOGAN I (By C. L. Corbitt.) /'My good blade carves the casks of men My tough lance thrusteth sure My strength Is as the strength of ten Docauso my hear* is puro." Col. Robert Henry Logan, one of Roaiioko couuty'n moot distinguishetl citizens, wan born In the town of Salem, Va., July I? .JjLv 10, 1839, and died at his home there, December 26, 1900. He was of distinguished Scottish ancestry, being a lineal descendant of Lord, Robert Logan, who was knighted by James VI. I in the year 1000 for gallantry on the field of battle. Col. Logan himself sprang from a prominent Virginia family. He was a great grandson of Col. James Logan, of Rockbridge county, Va., a soldier of the Revolution, and a grandson on | his mother's side of Maj. Henry [Edmundson, ?.of , Montgomery county, Va., a soldier of the War of 1812. He was educated in ? the primary school of his native town, the Montgomery Male Academy at ClLristiansburg; Roanoke College, and the United States Military " Acade...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 31 March 1910

^ bi nod with firmness and a high legal attainment, won for him |r esteem of the bar and the V confidenc ?of the people, lie was H a consistent Christian and a member of the Episcopal church. I .Judge Green 13, Hoard sueceeded Judge Kibble, lie was born on the -7th of {September, 1815, and died on September 13, 1887. lie was elected as county judge on the 135th of January, 1873, and presided over that court until the 13tli of January, 1877. Judge Hoard came from an old and respected family oT the county, and enjoyed the respect and esteem of all who knew him. Ho held several public positions; notably that of sheriff of the county; and also represented the county in the House of DeleRates. Wingfield Griffin was the third of Roanoke's county judges. He was born on the 20th of September, IS 10, at Salem, Virginia. He sprang from one of the oldest and most respected families of the commonwealth. He was educated at the Virginia Military Institute, and was a student in that famous school ...

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