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Monday a Historic and Memo?
rable Anniversary in City.
Splendid Record of Cockade City In Its
Staunch Support of the Confeder?
acy?Local Option Election to
Be Held ?n Claremont.
(Special to The Ttme?-DI?p?tch.)
PETERSBURG, VA.. April 18,-Monday
Is the forty-second anniversary of tho
leaving: of the Petersburg voluntoore for
Norfolk at tho breaking out of the Civil
War. On'April 20, 1801, five Infantry com?
panies and one artillery company luft
!;' Petersburg to light for tho Confederacy,
Before tho war ended Petersburg fur?
nished In all seventeen companies.
A petition signed by citizens of Clare?
mont asking tor a local option election
; will bo submitted to Judge Rives at tho
April term of tho Prince George County
Court, which convenes April 2Slh. A
spirited contest may bo looked for, as
Claromont la said to bo equally divided,
Tho case of J. C. Hardy and othersj
trustees of Park View Church of Christ,
against tho city of Petersburg, an appeal
from the local assessment for street Im?
provement ln front of the church, on,Syc?
amore Street, has been set for trial ln
tho Corporation Court next Wednesday,
Tho King's Daughters will hold a
thanksgiving service at the First Bap?
tist ' Church to-morrow afternoon at 4
o'clock, at which time a splendid musical
programmo will bo rendered. Short ad
'tiresses will bo made by local pastors.
Argument In the Harrlson-Stroet (col?
ored) Baptist Church muddle will be ro
Bumed In the Corporation Court Monday.
Mr. Hornpo Smith will bo In Petersburg
Monday to sco advertisers in tho Interest
of tho special T. P. A. edtlon of The
?lmes-Dlspalch, to be published May 6th.
Many morchants have signified their In?
tention to oo-operato with those having
tho matter In charge. Members of the
Press Committee will go with Mr. Smith
to see tho morchants. Interest In tho edi?
tion la general among tho members in
Petersburg. Tho post In this city baa
about 180 members, among them many of
tho leading manufacturers and merchants.
Robert" Belcher, Jr., tho little son of
Mr. Robert Bolchor. was Injured yester?
day morning by falling from a window
in tho second story of tho bakery occu?
pied by Mr. Charles Tray lor, on Bolllng
brook Street. His loft arm was brokon.
He was talcen Into tho store and his
Mr, Romaine Dally, ?wnra..of the Im?
perial Hotel, In this city, , , ' ^changed
this proporty with Mrs. Hoi??,,:,,,2a Stew?
art, of Washington, for tl?o Orkney
Springs, In tho Shonandoah Valley. Mrs.
Stewart will probably talco possession
of the hotel In May and will mako exten?
sive Improvements to tho building.
Tho residence of Mr. William E. Grif?
fin, on Washington Street, was sold pri?
vately yesterday to Mr. John T. Pace.
Rev. Howard E. Jones, D. D., of New
York city, will preach at tho First Bap
' tist Church to-morrow morning at 11
There will bo services at St. Andrew's
Chapel, on Halifax Street, Sunday after?
noon at quarter, past 4 o'clock,
"The Walls of a City Shaken by tho
Power of Faith" will bo tho subject of
Dr. Starr's sermon Sunday evening at
^Washington-Street Methodist Church.
This Is one of a series of sermons to
ZETA PSI CONVENTION
Fifty-seventh Annual Meeting .Closes
at the University.
(Special to The Times-Dispatch.)
CHARLOTTES VILLE, VA., April 18.?
The fifty-seventh annual convention of
the Grand Chapter of th?1 Zeta Psl Fra
? ternity of North America, held under
the auaptcos of the Beta Chapter of tho
University of Virginia, closed to-night
with a banquet at Masonic Temple. Those
responding to toasts were Judge Henry
Bookstavcr, New York; Campbell How?
ard, Montreal;. Kenneth Cameron, Mon?
treal; Thomas lyes, Ckatfleld, New York;
[Lathrop Mo'fohead, Durham; Gustavua
Remak, Jr., Philadelphia; Theodore Wet
more, San Francisco.
Olficers for next year; Judge R. T. W.
Duke, Jr., Charlotesville, president; Dr,
Campbell Howard, Montreal, vice-presi?
dent; Thomas I?ves Chatt?eld, New York,
secretary; H. V. D. Waldron, Now Bruns?
wick, Canada, corresponding secretary;
'Albert Buchman, New York, treasurer;
Dr. Otis B. Wight, Baltimore, sentry;
Israel C. Plerson, New York, archivist;
Executive Committee, William Platt
Pepper, Philadelphia; Hon. Andrew
Klrkpatrlck. Newark; Judge Duke, Char
lottesvllio; Albert Buchman and cx-Judg*
Augustus Van Wyclc. New York. Con?
vention next year will meet with Alpha
Beta Chapter, Minneapolis.
Richmonders in New York.
rSppcl?! lo Tho Tiines-Dlipateh.)
NEW YORK, April lS.-Waldorf?Mrs.
H. McGulre, MIsb V. Scott; Fifth Avenue
?C. S. Strlngfellow.
Costs Nothing If It Fails.
Any honest person who suffers from I
Rheumatism Is welcome to this offer.
1 am a specialist In Rheumatism, and
have treated more eusea than any other
physician, I think. Por 16 years I made
2.000 experiments with different drugs,
tasting all known remedies while starch?
ing Die world for something better. Nine
years ago i found a costly chemical In
Germany which, with my previous dlscov- !
tries, kIvbs me o certain cure. '
I don t mean that it can turn bony joints
Into flesh again; but It can cure the ills
ease ut any stage, completely und for?
ever. 1 have done It fully 100.000 times.
I know this so well that I will furnish
my remedy on trial Simply write me a
iiostal for my book em Rheumatism, and
Will mail you an order on your druggist
for six bottles Dr. Shoop's Rheumatic
Cure. Take It for a month at my risk. If
II succeeds, the rout Is only ?6.50, If it
falls, 1 will pay the druggist myself?and
your mere word ?.hull decide jt.
I mean that exactly. If you say the re
guita are not what l claim. 1 don't expect
a benny from you.
I have no samples. Any mere sample
that can affect chronic Rheumatism must
lie drugged to the verge of danger, i use
no such drugs, and it is folly to tak?
them, You must get tho disease out of the
My remedy dose that even In the rnoat
difficult, obstinate cases. It has cured the
oldest cimes Dial I ever met And In ?II
iny experience-in Till my 2.000 tests?I
never found another remedy that would
cure one chronic case In ten.
Write mo and I will send you the or?
der. Try ray remedy for a month, aa It
can't harm you anyway. If It fulla It b
Addroes Dr. Bhoop. pox 2*8. Racine.
Mild cases, not chronic, aro often cured
tar oc? or two botti*?. At ?U druggist?.
Greater Satisfaction Here
Than in Any Other Store.
Eight horo is whoro the grand mercantile ' advantages of
Burk organization make thoir telling hit. Remarkably reason?
able arid low tho prices are. They cover worth, character, du
sirability, and completo wearing satisfaction. The powerful
purchasing leverage and extraordinary manufacturing facilities
united with the enterprising business building methods of
progressive retailing croato a combination of price advantages
which appeal strongly to discriminating buyors, and account
for the rapid increase in our business season after season.
Men's Correct' Fashioned
Spring Suits, of tailoring ex?
cellence and quality goodness
far beyond the
reasonable price &"f Enftj
charged, only.... ? ? ??W
Men's Stylish Spring Suits,
designed in strict accord with
the new spring fashions, im?
mense assortment of now and
novel effects, neat mixtures,
and solid Blacks and Blues.
It will pay any one to see
these excel- A . _ ??
Superb Suits, in beautiful
designs of rough and smooth
faced weavings, in all the
newest colorings and ideas of
the /season, Suits that cannot
der $15, only.
Men's Han d-T a i 1 o r e d
Swellost Fashion Spring
Suits, widely different from
tho average garment gene?
rally sqld at this price at
other stores, garments that
rival high cost tailoring gar?
ni e n t s at a
saving of at ^ _ _ ' .
I?mB $ 15.00
BURK ? CO.,
Manufacturers and Retailers, 1003 East Main Street.
MR. HECKLER WAS
THE HIGH GUN MAN
He Smashed Forty-one Out
of Fifty of the Mud
Owing to the launching of the 16,000 ton
armorod cruiser West Virginia, coupled
with the closing of the grand American
handicap at Inanimate targets at Blue
River Park, Kansas City, Mo., there was
a small crowd of shooters at Chlmborazo
Pork yesterday evening to contest for
the weekly modal of tho Bast End Gun
Mr. J. Thompson, a now man at the
traps, smashed twonty-two out of his
Uvonty-flve, and won the weekly medal.
He was closely followed by Mr. Hechlor,
who pulverized twenty out of his twenty
flve, and was high gun" with the good
scoro of forty-one out of fifty.
All were glnd to soo tho genial Dr.
Hillsmnn foco the traps and hear that
melodious volco "pull," as ho contorca
target after target and wound up with
forty to his credit.
As "Farmer Evans" has predicted that
winter will now ceaso to 'linger In the
?a? of spring," and Mr, Harris Is satis
ilod that tho mercury Is high enough
for "mud pie smashers" to hie thom
solvos away to tho shooting grounds, It
Is to bo hoped that the shooters will
turn out en masso and got In trim 'for
tho big shoot ot May 5th.
This nil-day shoot carries the follow?
ing to all activo trap shooters absolutely
free; Fifty cloy pigeons, fifty of Peters'
shells, lunch ond an opportunity to con?
test for o handsome gold modal. Condi?
tions will be named lotor. Trop shoot
ors, get In line. Hero Is a chance to win.
Tho grand American handicap was won
by an amateur, Diffcndofor, and t&e run?
ner up was a boy nlnotcon years old.
This shoot Is given through the goner
oslty of Messrs. Harris, Fllppon ? Co.
With tsventy-fivo targets In ench event
tho score was as follows yesterday;
. ? Event. Event.
V, Hochler.21 20
Harris . 1-1 13
Dr. Hillsman.20 20
Prltchot .18 11
Anderson .-. 18 19
"Benny". 18 17
??Bangs". 19 19
Robertson . 12 14
McSweeney .1(1 19
"Winchester" .14 17
? Snap Shots ?a/con
$ ?fn Jfotei J?obbi'es
Among the distinguished rvlsltors In the
cltv last night wos Colonel R. S. Turk, of
Bta'unton, editor of the Spectator and Vin?
Colonol Turk was nmong hts friends at
Murphy's last night, and was warmly
greeted, being accompanied by his friend
and representative. Hon. John W. Church?
man, of Augusta, /
Mr. Floyd Feathorston, of Campbell
county, n son of Hon. J. C. Fentherston.
and a paymaster In the United States
Treasury Department at Washington, is
In' the city, and l? stopping at tho Lox
The first Panama hats of the season
wore noticed In ono of the hotel lobbies
the other night, being worn by two travel?
ing men. The paco having thus been set,
a numbor of straw hats were seen on tho
Virginians here last night were;
Murphy's? W. C. Wait?, Culpeper; F. O.
Pu?alee, Virginia; J. P. Mllburn, Alex?
andria; F. Valentino, Virginia; F. F.
Hough, Virginia; Miss J. T. Cowan, Bris?
tol; J. W. Jones, Gay ton ? Miss ?. Rhodos,
Falls Church; W. H. Goodman and wife,
' New Ford's?John . W. Cren'"Mt, Tauo
woll; C. R. Kldd and wlfo, Bowling)
Oreen; Jume? Mitchell. Hamilton; J. J.
Uiistnw. Franklin; ? T. Turner, Goorgo
P. Turner, Newport News.
Lexington?S. N. lilnes, Chrlstlansburg;
Howell C. Feathcrston, Lynrhburg.
Heard In Wllllamsburg.
(Bpiettl tu The Ttiaes-piipstcR.)
W1I.I.1AM8BUHU, VA? April I8.-TI10
season of encuralons Is on, and already
tho crowds are flocking to Wllllamsburg.
Tills week there were two, one from
New York, the other from Washington.
Next week one or two more are booked
for a day here among the scenes of other
> iaviuii'Viis have been issued by. Mr,
and Mrs. H. A. Cooloy to tho marriage
of their daughter, Miss Ruth, to Mr. C.
B.iGrlflln. The ceremony will take placo
at the Methodist Church on April 38th
at 4:30 P. M.
Mrs. Kale Gay yesterday sold 200 acres
of land In James City county to Darme
Upham, of Minnesota, ' for $1,800.
Tho ro-oleotlon of Dr. L. S, Foster as
superintendent of tho Eastern Stato Hos?
pital gives general satisfaction here. Dr.
Foster Is a painstaking and efficient of?
ficer, and Is a hard worker.
The Thursday Evening Card Club mot
at the residence of Mrs. Charles "W.
Wlngfield last week. Tho spiclous hall
was decorated with early spring flowers
and presented a most attractive appear?
ance. Tho blue and red ribbons, em?
blems of victory, wore awarded to tho
successful contestants of tho ovonlmr.
At U;30 o'clock refreshments were sor7fd.
Among thoso present may be mentioned
Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Cross, Mr. and
Mrs. John Tyler, ,Jr? Mr, and Mrs. "Wil?
liam R. Vawter, Miss Gretchen Lewis,
Misses Anne Ellzatioth and Holla O. "Wlng?
field, Mr. Morton Lewis and Mr. and Mrs.
Charles W. Wlnglleld.
Mr. Alvln Queries was oaught between
two cars a few days ugo and narrowly
escaped fatal Injuries. Mr, Quarles Is
Capitol Was Lonely.
It was quiet enough In tho Governor's
office yesterday with the Executive and
Secrotary Ritchie away. Executive Clerk
Bigger was at his desk and attended to
the maters requiring prompt attention.
Tho old Capitol looked like a banquet hall
deserted with tho legislators away, and
few, If any, visitors coming In and going
Captain Read Sick.
Hon. S. P. Read, tho popular member
of the House Of Delegates from Meck?
lenburg, is confined to his room at Now
Ford's by a slight attack of Illness. Cap?
tain Read hopes to bo In fils seat to?
morrow, and was somewhat Improved last
Dr, R. B. Ware, member of the House
of Delegates from Amherst, who has re?
cently undergono an operation at one of
tej? hospitals of this city, la doing very
well, and hie friends hope he will be In
hla scat In a few days.
Mr. Allen Thinks Action at
HIGHWAY CROSS COUNTRY
Nebraska Man In Washington With
Scheme to tyve National Govern?
ment to Construct One?Postof
flee Department Investigation.
The Times-Dispatch Bureau,
No. 1417 Q> Street, N. W?
Washington, D. C, April 18th. ;
? The action of representatives of the cool
operators and tho United Mino Workers |
at Huntington yesterday, pv which an
agreement wae made that the miners
should work on clearly defined terms, Is
regarded by Mr. ' Francis A. Alien, of
Cincinnati, ,now In this city, as of moro |
Importance to the people of the three
Slates of Virginia, West Virginia and
Ohio than any action ovor before taken
by labor and capital.
"The operators recognized tho union,"
said Mt. Allen. "Tho fight of many years'
duration, involving numberless strikes,
probably hundreds of lives and actually
millions of money, has beon ended-and
by a Btrok'e of tho pen. I do not say
there will never bo any more strikos at
the Kanawha and New River mines, but
It Is perfectly Well known that recognition |
of tho union has always been the chief
point contended for by the strikers. Phis
has always boon refused by tho operators,
and work has Invariably been resumed
upon terms resulting from a^atchofl-UR
peace, with each sido cortaln that anothor
strike was Inevitable, booh or late.
"It Is different this time," Mr. Allen
continued. "In my opin on It will be .a
long while before there Is another strike I
? the Kanawha 'and New River coa
fields. The Cheeapeake and Ohio will
continue to dump millions of tons at Cin?
cinnati and Newport News, and there will
be no more such things aa a tie-up .for
lack of coal at tho piers or to haul thither.
Of course, there may bo temporary Idle?
ness of the men, but It will not last long,
for" It is now possible for th? operatole
?nd tho accredited representatives of tho
miners tc.get together and discuss grlov
Scos In a friendly manner. Exp?rience
ha" shown that adjustment has always
been qulok to follow. ' ? _;
"In my opinion and In tho ?opinion of
others," concluded Mr. Allen, "It will not
be long until the operators of the Norfolk
arid Western region will come to a rimi?
la, understanding with the United Mine
Workers, and thus the whole of Vir?
ginia will soon be free of the danger and
inconvonlenco of coal strlkos.
Interest In the Investigation Into tho
affairs of the Postofflce Department Is
rapidly waning. The publlo has ceased
to expect developments. There will be
none of Importance, os I have stated
more than once In this correspondence.
The Investigation would have been
dropped, as tho President, tho day he
started for Yellowstone Park, promised
General Clarkson It would be, had? not
the o'or-zealous public taken a hand.?
Letters have been pouring Into the De?
partment suggesting things for Investiga?
tion, and the officiala, are obliged to keep
up a show of probing. The public may
rest well assured that, perhaps, beyond
a scoring of Beavers, who has resigned
from the position of head of tho division
of salaries and allowances, there will be
no feature of tho report worthy of se?
rious attention. It Is presumed, however,
that as tho result of tho Investigation
there will be a recommendation that
ohanges bo made In the methods of doing
business In tho Department.
Tho safest man In tho Deportment Is
Robert J. Wynne, First Assistant Post
master-Gonerol, tho man who seems to bo
at tho bottom of the Investigation. He
could not ho fired under any pretext.
Tho administration knows the publlo be?
lieves that Wynne Is about tho only honest
man In tho Dopartmont, nnd that his
dismissal would be rogardoil ns punish?
ment of a man who hnd sought to un?
cover corruption, dishonesty and Incom
potoncy. There Is not much room for
doubt that tho Prosldont and tho Post?
master-General would bo glad to be rid
of Wynne. It lins been frequently hinted
thn.t, hnd Wynne 'and Mach?n, superin?
tendent of free delivery, been on better
terms, thcro would have been no Investigo
THOUSANDS ARE PROSTRATED
Mills, Factories, Railroads, Stores and Nearly
All Industries Are Crippled
Thousands of people in this city suffering with colds are about to
day. To-morrow they may be prostrated with Grip or Pneumonia. Grip
is spreading. Whole families are suffering. Many business places are
crippled through sickness of employees. The disease is not necessarily
dangerous with proper care and the right remedies. It Is almost suicide
to depend on quinine and whiskey or home decoctions. Don't trine with
a cold. Either take my Cold or Grip Cure or call in a competent physi?
cian. I can't say whatfyour doctor will do for you, but I do know tyat
my Cold and Grip Cure will speedily break up all forms of colds and grip.
It checks discharges of the Nose and Ryes, ?tops sneezing, promptly re?
lieves the Throat and I.ungs, allays Inflammation and Fever, and tones
up the system. It cures Headaches and Dizziness accompanying the
symptoms of Grip, produces sleep and restores strength to theLyody?
It Is invaluable in all forms of Influenza or obstinate colds^-MUNYON.
I will guarantee that my Rheumstlroi Curo will speedily euro neatly all form? of Rheumatism;
that my Dyipepsla Cure will cur? auy ciuu of lndIg??llon or atomtich trouble | that 00 per ceut ol
kidney cowpliUnU, Including litighi'? DUaaae.can bo curod will? my klUuejr ?UWfW *"*?' ?w
17 alLm?uu. Every dru^gM ?vil? tUeia-wo-tfj- w cvnu ? vui
RESTORES PERFECT HEALTH.
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The stomach being the measure*of man's strength it is
very essential to perfect health to see that this important
organ be strong and vigorous. If it is not, Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters will make it sp. No other remedy can do as
much for a weak stomach as this one, because it contains
only such ingredients as will tone up and strengthen it.
Thousands of persons to-day take it in preference to all other
medicines because they know it is reliable. A dose before
meals will aid the stomach in its work of digestion, thereby
preventing and curing NAUSEA, HEARTBURN, INDI=
GESTION, DYSPEPSIA, CONSTIPATION and
BILIOUSNESS., Good health will then surely follow.
Don't fail to try it. Here is convincing proof.
Camelen, N. J.
Gentlemen:?I never lievitato in recom?
mending your Bitters as an appetizer, a
tonic and preventivo of stomach com?
\ M. GOLDSMITH.
% PROMINENT PHYSICIANS PRESCRIBE IT. ALL DRUQGISTS SELL IT.
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New York, ?. Y.
Gentlemen:-r-I can recommend your
Bitters ,to all sufferers. It cured me of ',
dyspepsia, indigestion and liver com- !
W. W. WILLIAMS.
for an economicaf drive of? Pumps, Blowers
Hoists, Printing Presses, Machine Tools, etc.
Washington Office: 1417 New York ??????. ) Officesand Works, AMPERE, N. J.
tlon. The story of the disagreement be?
tween Wynne and Machen was public
property before the Investigation was
The latest thing proposed for the St.
Louie Exposition by this city Is a saloon
fitted up to resemble the Bast Room at
tho White House, and furnished with
articles sold after tho recant renovation
of the building. Conspicuous among the
pieces of furniture will bo the mahogany
sldoboard presented to Mrs. Lucy Webb
Hayes by W. C. T. U. women of Cincin?
nati whilo hor husband wos In tho pres?
idential chair. Tho soloon-keopor who
bought Dio sldeboord will tgo to Cincin?
nati to-night to try to establish tl.vo fnct
that It was carved by daughters of cer?
tain woll known families of Cincinnati.
He expects to go on to St. Louis and com?
plete arrangements for his unique saloon.
Ho has a number of pieces of White
House furniture, which ho acquired re?
cently, nnd ho proposes to use thorn all
In tho East Room saloon.
A Nebraska man has come to thlB city
with a revival of Dio scherno to have the
United ?tatos build a great transcon?
tinental highway from tho Atlantic to
tho Pacific. He would have tho boule?
vard thirty foot In width and macada?
mized. He proposes that It shall be so
located as to have a very low grade all
the way, even In tho Rooky Mountains,
whero passes may bo found, where a
good road could bo locatod at a .minimum
exponse. Ho proposes that tho national
government build tho highway, and that
the States through which tho road Is to
run appropriato money for building fol?
latomi roads to reach tho transcontinen?
tal highway. In this mnnner ho thin \a
tho road could bo made tho beginning ot
a great system of highways rWallng those
which still are the glory of ?indent;
What has become of the good roads
movement inaugurated In Vllrglnln soon
after tho Inauguration of Governor Mon?
tague. ? ? W, 13. II.
Queen of Carnival Chosen,
(Special to Tho Tlmea-Plspatch.)
FA Y ETTE VILLE, N, C? April 18.-.
Votos for quoon of the carnival counted
nt 10 o'clock to-night resulted In tho
choleo of Miss Alleo Mntthowsby, a vote
of 0.74S; second. Miss Knto Rrondfoot, by
a vote of 5,12(1: third, Miss Mary War?
ren Cameron, by ? "roto of 1,40-1; fourth,
Miss Pantile Williams, by ? voto of 585;
fifth. Miss Mary Fuller Robeaon, by a
voto of 825. List four named ure maids
Must Pay 1902 Taxes.
(fcpoolal to The Tlmee-Dlspatch.)
RALERHI, N. C, April 18.?Attornoy
Goneral Gllmer wade a ruling to-day that
tho language "for the previous year" in
tho State election law means that an
eloctor must hwe pajd 1902 taxos be?
fore ho can vote In the municipal elec?
tions to be hold In various cities of the
Stato In May.
This question has been raised In stiverai
eectlons of the State, the contention being
that payment of 1901 tax was all th?4was
Four of Crew Lost?
(Rv Aanoolnterl Pre??.)
OLOUCESTBR, MASS., April 18.?Tho
lishlng schooner llndopondenco, Captain
Cusaek, put In hero to-day, reporting
Die loss of four of her crew who were
knocked ? overboard by the main buoni
curing a gale luat Thursday night?
Not for one or two bakings alone, but for 365 day in tho year,
if you use it as often.
From the wheat standing in the field to the time it reaches you,
A. PERFECT PATENT FLOUR, ready to to bo mixed into the
Finest Broad, Rolls and Cake, every condition is clean and pure.
This is why people who use it tell their neighbors about it and
advise them to try DUNLOP PATENT FLOUR. /
MILLED BY DUNLOP MILLS, RICHMOND,VA.
Rockbridge Man to Visit His
Old Home in Switzerland
After 47 Years,
(Special to Tho Timas-Dispatch.)
LEXINGTON, VA,, April 18,?A ro?rry
party gathered Thursday evening at the
Lexington Bowling Club and engaged in a'
spirited contest of five games, resulting
In the final score of 2,062 and 1,939 pointa,
respectively, Tho party was chaperoned
by Mr and Mrs. Lawrence Embreo, and
was composed of Mr. G, H. Trlplott with
Miss B?sale Qulsenberry, Mr. H- G. Laoy (
with Miss Elizabeth Ettlnger, Mr, L. C, "
Pnyno with Alisa Edith Funkhousor, Mr,
Hturnt Hutohoson with Misa Inca Funk?
housor, Mr. Klrby Snider with Misa
Gertrude Ettlnger. Mr, Robert Funlc
huusor with Misa Hessin Funkhouser, Mr,
L, L. Weaver with Miss Judith Funk?
houser, and Mr John Rice,
Mr. F. A. Markley left Lexington Fri
day morning for Baltimore, where he will
Bpend a few days with relativos, after
which hu will go to Jersey City, thence
to ITobokcn, and sot'sail for an extended
trip to his old homo In Mols, Switzerland.
Air. Marklay caino to tho United State?
In 1S60. and has lived In Lexington since
Mr. and Mrs, John Hayslett, of Valley
Fulls, Kan., are In RookbrldKO visiting
their old homo, after an absence o? ilfty
years.' Mr. Ilnyslott Is a brother of Dr.
A J Hayslett, of near ?uona Vista, at?
his wife Is a sister of Mr, Mark Hattan,
Rov. Dr. R. J. Mcllryde Is absent ln
Ijoulsvllle, Ky., to officiate at tho mar.
rlage of Misa Louise Campboll, of Lex?
Ington. and who for some years was of?
ganlst of Grace R, ?. ?-,?? Memorial
Episcopal Churoh. She was married Wed?
nesday to Mr. Charles Norvoll Roark, of
Franklin county, Ky? who was educated
at Washington and I-.ee University.
Mr. Robert M. Hughes, of Norfolk, ope
of the most prominent lawyers of the
Slate, Is now at Washington and T.ee, de?
livering his annual course of leoturee on
Mrs. John A. Graham and Miss Mar?
garet Qraham are at th& University of
Virginia, visiting Mrs. Charles A. Craves,
Mr, William 8. Hopkins,, a member of
the I^exlngton bar,? Is spending, a. f$w
day? in Richmond.
Shot In Self-Defense.
CH.V Ainoelatod rrcs*.)
south in'rmnuRo. tbnn., April
18,-Samuel Kirk and Truett Smith resist?
ed arrejt here to-day and attuoked th?
ottloer, and In self-dofense City Marshal
buvus, ?hot und kiiiwi ?cirk.