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THE MATHEWS JOURNAL
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VOL. IX. MATHEWS C. H.. VA., THURSDAY/ APRIL 25. 1912 NO. 10
Monuments and Grave Stones
in Marble and Granite
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B. ?. Mnmford, Pr?s.. J. P Nottingham, V.-Pres. and Cashier.
GLOUCESTER MA THE WS
Paid V, Capital $50,900%
MATH EWS. H., VA.
the account*, of Anns and Individual? and offer* te e-aston.? rs
sseouiiuadation oonslstent with good banking
Interest Allowed On Savings Accounts.
AD Money In Tault Cev ered By Burglar Insurance.
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I SPECIFICATIONS AND ESTIMATES.
Dr. M. S. FOSTER
Office Over 81bley Bros*.
MATHE^'V C, H? VA
LES IE C. GARNETT
A t torney-at-Law.
Will practice In the Court? of the,
Counties of Mnthews, Middlesex and
Office Hours: S to 11 and 1 to A Gloueeeter.
SCHEDULE NORFOLK-MATTHEWS? GLOUCESTER ROUTE.
OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP CO.
Effective Monday, March 25th, the steamer POCAHOiNTAS will per?
form ?service on the Norfolk, Mathe ws and Gloucester Route as follows:
Wednesday Thursday and
and Friday. Saturday.
Lr. Norfolk (O. D. Wharf). 6:00 a. m 6:00 a. m.
Lr. Portsmouth (North St. Wharf).. 6:16 a. m. 6:16 a. m.
Lv. Norfolk (Bay Line Wharf). 6:30 a. m. 6:30 a. m.
Lv. Old Point, . 7:30 a.m. , 7:30 a.m.
Lv. Phil pot's Wharf. Bast River- 9:30 a.m. 9:30 a.m.
Lr. Wllllama' Wharf, East River- 9:45 a. m. 9:46 a. m.
Lv. Hicks' Wharf, Bast River. 10:00 a. m. 10:00 a. m.
Lr. Dlggs' Wharf, Bast River. 10:30 a. tn. 10:30 a. m.
Lv. Roane'o Wharf. Ware River. 11:10 am.
Lr. Bailey's Wharf. Ware River. 11:50 a.m.
Lv. Hockley, Ware River. 12:10 p.m.
Lt. Auburn Wharf, North River. 11:46 a. m. .
Lv. Dixondale, North River. 11:00 m. .
Lr. ?Severa Wharf, Severn River. 12:46 p. m. .
Lr. ?fishery Pier. 2:00 p.m. 2:00 p. m.
Lr. New Point Wharf. 3:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m.
Lr. Old Point (Government Wharf).. 6:00 p. m. 5:00 p. m.
Ar. Norfolk (O. D. Pier No. 1). 6:00 p. m. 6:00 p. m.
Ar Portsmouth (North St. Wharf).. 6:20 p. m. 6:20 p. m.
Q. A E-AHINBST, E. E. PAL?3N,
Division Superintendent Assistant General Manager.
?j Every Evening between Norfolk and Richmond,
i STEAMERS BERKLEY and BRANDON
t r Far? First-Class 11.00 each way, Including Berth
tn Stateroom. Second-Class including Berth $LM
I Leave Norfolk 7:00 P. M. )
Loare Richmond 7:00 P. M. [ MAj- lncludln* 8ua^*
?> ? ?" Leave 7P.1L, Sunday Except?e
Arrive in New York 1:30 P. if., following afternoon.
Leave New York 8:00 P. M. (Sunday exceptad).
Arrive In Norfolk 10:80 A M. following morning.
FARE? First-class, one way, $8.00, meals and stateroom, berth Included,
raund trip, limit thirty days, $14.00.
flftCKBTS and STATEROOMS at ticket office. 16? Main Street, Opposite
Atlantic Hotel, or at Company's office, on the wharf, Norfolk, Va.
All schedules subject to change without notice.
Clark Sash & Door Corporation
FRANK T. CLARK, President.
Manufacturers, Jobbers and Dealers in
s SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS,
PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS,
PAINTS, OILS AND VARNTSHES,
PORCn COLUMNS AND STAIR WORK,
-j NORFOLK, VA.
ENGLAND WILL! rSS
Especially W-ll That Government
Investigate the Conduct of
IX>NLK>N.? Special.? The relief
fun?jn fair tin? Titnnie dlas-rter auf-eruri
;tr?> Krowing so rapidly that it is esti
mal??(l that by the latter part <>f nt-xt
week tht?y will be ovt-r $1.000,000.
Tha? fund for the bereaved famille?
a?f members of the ship's crew and of?
ficer aompla-rneiit has liea?n marked by
the liberality of the donors.
Pr?sident Sidney Buxton. ?>f the
Hoard of Trade, took up the plans for
the investigation which the Kngliah
government will make into the disas?
The imjulry will be most ??arching
and partieular reference will b<; n
to the part that J. Bruce Ismay. man
aging tllreetor of the International
Mercantile Marine Company, played.
Stores of homes are being offered to
children who were mail?- orphans
the sinking of the great White Star
t'baritalile institutions for the home?
less anal destitute have made otTers t?>
Lord Mayor ?'roeby, of Isondon. and
tha- Lord Mayors ?if l.l\ ?rp.???l and
Southampton to care for the orphans.
Wireless communication with the
Allan line Virginian, which was th??
lirst ship tt? Hash n?ws of th?- Ti?
tanic disaster to tha? shore, was e.?tal>
lished today. Th? faint hop?- <>f those
who pray?-d that there might be sur?
vivors on the Virginian was dashed
liy a -Manage from the captain who
reported that no one from the Titanic
had been rescued by his ship.
The Virginian will lanti tomorrow
This ship was 175 miles from the Ti?
tanic when the latter went Into a
tier*,' anil v.its among the first to pirk
uj> the wireless call for help. The
Virginian was not speedy enough,
however, to render any aid.
HIGH TRIBUTE TO
NBW YORK.? Special.?High trib?
ute was paid to the bravery of
tli.? woman on the ill-starr??d Titanic,
?he was sinking in the ?larkncss
off the New Poundland coaat.
In narratives which Followed the
lirst disjoint?-?! and .-x.it.-d iitt?-r;i
<>f th?- aurvlvora the courageous be?
havior of tha- women paasengera
stands out In bold relief.
While m?-n w?-r;> going ciilmy to
iheir death that thoea l<BH abb- t<>
?are for themiselves might liva?. thi
women. <>'<1 and young, were setting
a il ne example of self-sacrifice. I
Many ar?- th?- pulse-quickening
tab's which war?- told today of the
heroism of the wenker passengers.
one of th*? _aoar* conspicuous t?f
tin--- wat* alunit MIhh 1 .dit h l-Aans.
a?f this city, who cheerfully gave
up lurr life tt) navt? others, when
the offltvr In cliargc ?>f tine life?
boat in which she hatl taken ref?
uge ???.id It was overerowtle<l and
tlmt t?ne pt?i-s?n must leave It.
Wltliamt tuiKitaitoii. Miss Kvans
lt?rt Uie boat.
Another hertiine was Mrs. Frederick
It. Kenyon, of Southampton. Conn.
Three men passengers wer.? admitted
to the lifeboat In which Mrs. Kenyon
was a passenger, because, they said,
they could work at the oars. It was
soon discovered that th??y could not
and Mrs. Kenyon or?ler??d them to
have the boat. So Pternly was the
command uttered that all three did
so. and the sweeps were worked by
The Countess of Pothea is ill at
the Kltz-t'arlton as a result of her ex?
perience. There were no men to work
the sweeps, so the women sprang to
the oars and kept the boat In motion.
She was worn out by her exertions.
One of the most touching atorte?
la that of Mrs. Isitlor Straus, wife
of the aged philanthropist, who
refused to leave her husband.
Clasped In each others arms they
went to tlieir death when the
?ship sank. Mrs. Straus eould
liavc been saved, but she rt?fuse?d
to obey orders t?> get Into a life?
boat when slie learned that her
husband would have to stay be?
only physical force got Mrs. John
Jacob Astor, Mrs. Walter M. Clark, of
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jp__B__ia tr. il.i ?? inedlcln.fi i?n_ t-mtlf
IE o?a? 1'-!.;...?.? iront nM-fivr**
5?^^>^^?*" mountain L'y??
"S?,"*! Case of 4 Full Quarts
Wmmi?t j Cation Jug GILT EDGE
???MMCMTAsa I WMsdey nice ami meUow $2.00
g?^L^ -ientnchy Corn L60
^^^^^?^ Orilt?i br mull from an ?old ra- ?
llahl? hniiii?. ???Ualiltslicl 8* ?-a-arit, anoJoa
li.it- iu.viu'v orilor. O.M.il* i.roi-pUy ablppaaJ.
GEO. **W. "WRIGHT <X~ SOW
Wkolaauil? Llq?*r I????!???*?
304 *Li?*r-t St.. Ba'tlmot/, Md^
Loe Angeles, sud other women into
They clung to th.ir hiishamlg, In
?Istlng v would remain upon
the ship. In some cases husbsssds ?bad
t?. resort to ruses to get th*?ir woknen
follis into the l?oats.
Mrs. Jor! F. Swift, of this city. Is
another woman srho tolled at an oar
for four honra before her lifeboat was
?labted l?V th?? Carpathia
m??*. Mante Fosasg showed t?cr
spirit by cottiinnmling olTl<*??rH In
? lui rj-t? <?r Itfebonta to lake on
mort? |*a.?*wMig??i*s. The men de
ninrrv'l, saying that the ?boats
?'mid Ik? sjenunped, bat Man?
Young linally won. ll?r Insist
enee saves! ?sanas ii\?**-.
Another of th?? Ihn* ?m In of sar
rili?v wax perform???! by Miss Lil?
lian Iteiitham, of K?*?-h???s'<*r. Iff.
Y. II??r llfe?boat uns so iSOSSlhsl
iliiii a sailor, who bad In-en plek
??xl up. hail to ->1t vyllh his* feet
dangling In the !<?>? water. Noti?*?
iiiK his batease suffering the wo?
man, with ?rr?*?t ?lifliculty. ?(ragged
Ilu? man U?to her place In the
hottotn of tiie boat and took his
**i*Ht with lier own f?*et In the
water. Her feet, a* well as those
ft th?* sailor. w??re frozen.
Mrs. Emily Richarde, who was
| Joutrnejrlna to m? et h??r husband in
?Akron. <?hio. was a possessor in a
lifeboat that picked up seven men
from the Ice filled water, all seven
, were insane from exposure, and while
they arlbbered and screamed in hvs
Iterleal laughter they tried time and
time again t<? upeel tri?- boat
finally the sailors had to overcome
them an.) tie them In the bottom of
the boat. Mrs. Richards sat upon on.
'of th?? man?aca t<> k.?p him still.
AM) MA VOIt GAYNOR AtiRFKS.
SOUTHERN route should
NrJW YORK- Special.?- In con?
nection with a K?lt "1" ?-r>,0<>0. Which
An.ir.w Carnegie made t<> the relief
fund for the Titan < suffert-rs. the
follow mil; correspond, ?i.?- between the
retire! Iron master and May??r Oay
nor has been mad?? public:
"New York. April, 18. 1912.
"What was the Titanic doing
up amona the Ice wh? n she had
the whoi.- Atlantic Ocean south
open and free? This is the root
of the matter. Paseenger ?team
ahlps should be compelled to k?
!ar south below th. range of ice
beras at all seeeona Lifeboats
are .secondary to this vital re?
"April 18, 1912.
"Dear Mr. Carnegie:
"As usual you hit the nail ex?
actly on the head. They had no
business up there among the ice?
bergs, and beinK there they ?should
have stopped. The question of
lifeboats is a secondary one. I
thank you exceedingly for your
genorous check of $5,000 for th?s
"\v. j. QAYNOR Mayor."
EX-PRESIDENT HAS AN OVER?
ALBO L.H\I>s His PARTY.
OMAHA. NEB. Special.
Th?*odtir*e R<n?se\?'lt ?tm N?>
hraska ?>v??r I>r?*>i<lciit Taft In the
staU'whl?? presidential prlnanrj
jreaterdnv by n landslide of rotea
Hcturiis from all sections t*?day
show that the *?i?lory t>f th?* <*?*.
I*T-esi?l?-nt was o\.?i whelming, and
itiat the adasinlatratton aras henv?
ily voted against in practically
ail sections of the stat?*.
CliHiup t'lark Is *.l??tor on tlie
De-mocrutie liek?*t. having won
over Woodrow Wilson and Jud
BSMB Harmon, who are running: a
?*lose ra<??' in the r?*t?irns for sec?
W. J. Hiss, of Buffalo, Wan Picked
Up as He Foated in
NiEJW YORK.?Special.?-W. J. Hiss,
of Buffalo, N. Y., gives this account
of the Titanic:
"The awful memory of that starlit
night will always leave Its imprint on
my mind. Oolng to bed. while many
Of my fellow passengers were occu?
pying the time in various kinds of
amusements, I was startled by the
force of the smash when the Titanic
crashed into the Iceberg.
"I hurriedly dressed and went on
deck. Ship officers and seamen were
running to various parts of the ves?
sel, reassuring passoncrers that there
was no danger. I was on the point
of lioing back to my cabin, some time
later, when the report was circulated
that the ship was sinking.
"Women and children were hurried
into the lifeboats. I Jumped from
the ship in my hysteria. Fortunately
for me, I was picked up."
Ex Presiden?, to Stump Old North
State, Leaving for Home
A9i-_n/I_*__3, N. c? Special.?
Aft??r a much-needed r?-s? rr??m
speech-making ?Sunday, Colonel Tb?>??
ilor. Roosevelt began hla ?tumping
tour of -North Carolina Monday, upon
reaching Aahevtlle from UtUe Rock.
Ark. ?m th?- Sunday run through
Illinois and Iridiar?a crowda gather?-?!
al si ?t'oris through which the colonel
ted, but th?> ex-President only
i.i'Wt-.l from the back platform of
Colonel It oof??? veil was Schediib'd to
speak Monday at Salisbury, ?f?reens
boro and intermediate points.
He ended his speech-making tour at
midnight Monday, living at once for
CATS lOCII-ED I.AST YEAR
RKTUHN TO LKWINWOHTH
Lt_AVRN'"**ORTH. KA.N- Special.
Black cats, whit?? cats lorn
cata and all other mem ben <>f tho
line family are coming Into their own
In Lea von worth again. Aft??r more
than a TOUT Of ?-.Tib- th???- on?**? mor?
;ir>. being admitted to the Roldlers*
Horn?? re.s.-rvatioii. But th.-y rare still
excluded from Fort I .? .. - ?-n worth.
in the fall of 1910, Brigadier-Gen?
eral Frederick Put st.m. then la com?
mand of th>? Fort Leavenwortb r?
vatlon, banished all cats fr..m its con?
fines. Following the example <?f ??en
eral Funston. <,overn<>r Sidmy <;
jCooka of the Soldiers Home, shortly
? afterward exiled th.- cat family from
?the reservation under bis jurisdiction.
Both Fort LeaTenworth and the
? Home were densely ?populated with
[cata at th?? time the orders wa?r<- la
? sued, and the mournful song <>f th?
midnight <li\a became a memory of
th<? past Since th*?n quiet has reigned
supreme during the long hours <>f
darkness and no articles of f?r>ot~
<>r pia.?-.-s of bedroom furniture hav?
been thrown t?. the winds.
But Governor <"<?<.k?- is ? klnd-ht
eil m;in. Th.? recent extremely cold
w?atIk-i' perhaps made htm regret his
action in banishing th.- <;it from the
confines of the Home.
WOMEN AND CHILDREN
FIRST TO BE SAVED
NFJW YORK.? Special.? Mrs. Faul
Schubert, of Derby. Conn., gave her
experiencias as follows:
"I was In stateroom No. 28. on the
port side, and was asleep at the time
of the collision. The shock woke me.
l.ut there seemed to be no excitement
and people were walking about in
oralerly fashion, many stateroom doors
being opened simply to permit In?
cluirles as to the cause of the shock.
"Then in the midst of quiet came
the startling cry of 'Ladies first,' and
it was the first Intimation of danger
that we had. Many of us. however,
returned to our stateroom? to drees
and did it In rather leisurely fashion,
until the order waa paaaed around that
women must leave their huibamla.
brothers and other male relative? and
take to the lifeboat?.
"By thla time the ship'? orchestra
had been ordered to play, aa the life?
boats were ?ent away from the Ti?
tanic'? side. I refused to leave un
' less my brother, Philip, waa permlt
' ted to go with me. I ?tood ?side and
I saw about a dozen boats row away
and several time? officers of the boat
tried to persuade me to go ?long.
"When the next to the last boat was
ready to leave there waa not ?nother
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CITY' OF NORFOLK
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NORFOLK, OLD POINT COMFORT
Daily, Including Sunday.
Leave Norfolk 6:15 P. M., Old Point
Comfort 7:15 P. M., arriving Balti?
more at 7:00 A. M. the following morn
Through tickets on sale from all
i Old Dominion 8. S. ?Co. Landinga in
! Gloucester and Mathews Countlee to
i Baltimore via Old Point and Chesa
peake Line at
York River Line
Steamers leave West Point and
York River Landings every Monday,
Wednesday and Friday for Baltimore.
l>ave West Point 6:00 P. M., Arrive
Baltimore 8:30 A. M.
Ticket Offices 95, 104 and 10 Granby
St., Norfolk, Va.; also Hotel Chaxaber
lin, Old Point ?Comfort, Va.
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THE COOPER VA RULE WORKS
Tears. 110 to 168 ?an k SU Norfolk Ya.
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8 yrs. old. Case 4 qts. ? ? ? 4.00
G yrs. old. Caso 4 qts. ? - ? 3.00
. '.?Pottlo of Old Peach or Apple Hran?y in every case.
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wesnaa in sight and the word wm
ed that I might take Philip with
me. The Titanic ?sank about 1:60
o'clock .Monday morning and it waa
(lock the same morning that the
t*:irpathia put In an appearance and
we were plck??d up.
"We were probably a mile from the
Titanic*? grave when taken aboard the
ACKER FACTION MEET
AND ELECT KEEZELL
HARRISONBURG. VA - Special.?
Encouraged by Kooeevelt's suco
the old Acker fa? tlon met here ami
' Keeael count)
chairman, and nil) >*??? w??rk on
contesting the delegation to Chi.-ago.
ubllcans now have two county
KNOCKED >l \N now s
THOlt.HT HIM I?F:.M>
HARRISONBURG. VA.? Special.?
Jonathan Barton knocked ??own Wal?
ter Rhodes with a chair Monday
and. thinking he had kilW-d hin?, walk?
ed eleven miles to town and ijurren
Rhodes Is a promine.it farmer and
will recover. The men quarreied at
the supper table. Hart?n in in Jail.
RETURN TO Till: MIl.l.s
OPERATIVES IN I.OWKI.I.
LOWEI.U MASS? Special - Fif
t?-??ii thousand operative* returned to
work la the mills of this < ?ty after
a four-weeks strike that entailed a
loss of $400.000 In wages and 1300.
000 t?> the mill owners The agree?
ment gives the operativ ??s S rais? of
ten p??r cent, and numerous minor
The Departure of Helen.
A Widely known motor racer was
asked by ? friend If he wuuld b?? so
kiri.l a? to allow three young women
to accompany him while he was try?
ing out a new racing ear.
'Why, 1 can't to- bothered with |
aenaers at a time like that, arid i's
illy with women They a!?-?
talk to me and I cant have m> mind
diatracted i? might prove dangerous,
"Hut these girls won't bother
I'll tell them not to. on. of them la
my sister. They aie cr;i/:. f? tfo.
want to say they have ridden with
vou V??u know how k?*'?
"Well, if you will tell them they
musn't sp.-ak to me while 1 am driv?
ing they may go. They musn't a
-.?1 ??r ?lo anything to distract my
? tlon. Vou impress this Upon I
them, if they are willing to do thisi
they can go."
Th?- promlae was made and
started. AI one place the driver ran
;i water guard and there ...is ?
tremendous bump. He ii i ?3 not try t>?
look around, us he was g?nn; at a1
rapi'l ra' eed, but present?) In
felt u timid touch on his shoulder.
?What is it'.'' be growled.
A weak little vole?? answer.?! him
Really, I hate awfully to bother you
I know 1 shouldn't and I promised not
to, hut 1 feel that 1 must tell you that
Helen isn't with us now."?Harper's]
Women Storm fit y Market.
CT.BVELAXD. O? Special? Ten
thousand Cleveland women, led by ,
Lew Shank, the "Potato Mayor" of
Indianapolis, and officers of women'?
' I ?r
M !> ? >r Shank the
women, urging th.- muni .? of
lisb ' tt?
K<l Bieder, aui h.- mu
nn-ip.i I mark - ? spoke
for iiis me ?sure
The full n : >ii<c s<fiia?l and
thirty patrolm? ? r.><?iiir<<l to
roi the bask throng.
ELECT 39 DELEGATE?
HOrSTON. VA? Special? Th?
counts Democrat!? . met at
Halifax CourthOUS? ?t n?.?.n today. R.
Holt Kasl.v was elected - liairman.
The purposa? of the meeting wa? the
?ion of ?? to th.- State con
va-ntlyn. Thirty-niio? delegates were
elected. A motion H rled that
tin? delegates vote for the county and
as a unit.
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