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Pcoplc's Saving Bank, Recently
Granied a Chartcr, Soon to
Open for Business.
HUNG JURYJN BUCKLEY CASE
Positivcly ldentificd hy Injured
Man, but Two Witnesses
Set Up Alibi.
tSpoclal to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
PETERSBURO; VA., October 4.?Pe?
tersburg is soon to have anotlior bank?
lng inHtitutton, the People's Savings
Bank, whlch will ahortly begln bUBl
nesB In tho buildlng formcrly occupled
by tho Natlonal Bank ot Feternburg,
located on North Hycamore Slreel,
nearly opposlto West Tabb, nnd now
belng cqulpped for tho new btink. A
eharter haa been granted to tho or?
ganlzatlon, Avhich Ib to havo a cnpltal
of not loss than $10,000 nor more than
$100,000, anil tho followlng oltlcers:
Prosldent, E. A. Hartley; vlce-presl?
dent, T. F. lle'ath; cnshlor, J. A. John?
ston. All of these gentlemen nro avoII
known buslneBs men, Mr. Hartley bolng
vlco-presidcnt of tho Natlonal Bank of
Potershurg, and Captaln llcalh a dl?
rector in tliat instltutlon.
Ilttng Jury In Huckley Cnso.
A hung Jury wns thc result of tho
trlal of Charles P. Buckley ln tho Hus?
tings Court to-day on the charge of
murderouBly asBaultlng and robblng J.
L. Grlmstend, a clerk at the Miller
' Furniture Compnny, who Avaa fouml
unconficlous on tho sidewalk ln front
of thelr storo on Sycamoro street nbout
linlf-past six o'clock on the evenlng
of June 13th lu.-'t, hls akull havlng
bi'en fractured und his head other
wIho Injured by some unknown cus
tumer on Avhom ho had walted ln tho
storo. Buckley avus arrested In u bnr
room horo on July 17th, and waa Biib
Mequently Identllled by Grlmstcad, Avho.
on tho stand to-dny, testliled as to tho
a<tsault, and agaln positivcly Idontlflcd
thn prisoner an hls assallant. W. E.
Hrown, an employe In P. F. O'Connor's
Avlne and llquor storo ln Washington,
D. C. Buckley's home, and Frank
Duffy, bartender at the samo store.
both gworo that the accused mnn .was
in Washington on Juno 13th, tlio dny
of tlio assault on Grimstead ln Peters?
burg. Robert Ollllam, Jr., counsel for
Iho defense, asked an acqulttal on tho
ground of mlstaken ldentity, cla'tning
that an absolutc nllbl had boen eBtab
llHhed, against whlch CommonAveulth'K
Attorney R. H. Mann urged the ?abso
luto ldontillcatlon of Buckley hy Mr.
Orlnstead. The Jury stood trri ' for
.-I'-uultt.-ti nnd tAVO, for coiivlctlon;, an.l
Sult Agnlnxt Cily.
A $5,000 damage sult agalnst the
clty of Petersburg has been Instltutcd
in the Hustings Court by Wllllam R.
McKenney and R H. Mann. counsel for
Mlss Mannlo P. Balrd, who was bc
vorely Injured sovoral weeks ago by
falllng Into nn excavation near St.
Joseph's Cathollc Chureh on Washing?
ton Street, which tho plaintlfT claims
hnd not been guarded as a street ex
caA-ation should be by tlio clty au?
Rlchard B. Davls. a distingulshed
lawyor of thls clty, and a Councllman
from Seeond Wnrd, has been appolnted
a member of tho commlttee on ehar?
ter and reform, recently creathd by tlie
'.'uuiicil to considcr proposed changes
In tho clty eharter nnd rcforms of tho
present methoda of myvlclpal govern?
ment. Tho commlttee noAv conslsls of
Councllman Robert Gilllam, Jr.. nnd
nichard B. Davls, and AldermanCarter
Dinwlddie Telruhone Line.
T.-fl Dlnwlddlo County Telephone
Oompar?v has recelved Its'eharter, and
the boa"0 of directors has lnstructod
Superlntendrnt Davld A. Barner to be?
gln tho work of erecting polea and
stretching* Avires at once. The central
ofllco of ;he company wlll bo at Dc
The neAV Iron bridge across the Ap
pomat<t>x Rlver, connectlng Petersburg
wlth, its suburb, Ettrick, ln Chester?
fleld county, ls nearly completed, onlv
the platform belng as yet unflnished.
Tho neAV structure supplants the old
Campbell's bridge, whlch remained In
use until the structural work on thc
present bridge Avas finished a fcw days
BInrrlcd In Wn.sIiluKion.
Mr.' Davld Weatherford. a wcll
knoAvn young employe of tho Virginln
Pasaenger and PoAver Company, and
Mlas Lllllan Baxter, daughter of Mr.
Wcaley Baxter, of tho West End. left
lnst evenlng for Washlngton, AVherc
they AA-ere subsequently marrled. Mr.
nnd Mrs. Weatherford will return tc
Petersburg after a viait to tho James?
Mrs. Mary Valden, avUIoav of .Toseph
Vnlden, dled about 10 o'clock laat evo
ning at the realdenco of Mrs. Lee W.
Dlllon, in Ettrick, after a brief lllness.
John Bittlng, an employe at Strunk's
sawmlll, near Reams Station, in Din
Avrddlo county, was serlously injurec
yesterday whilo Avorklng at a rlp-saAv
ono of hls hands bolng nearly scvereii
is the highest claim that can
be made for any typewriter,
Remington Typewriter Company
New York and Every where
706 East Main Street,
"If It?s Art
and smart," it's in our Au
tumn line. Ordinary styles
we leave to ordinary shops.
This is, has been, and ever
will be an UNORDINARY
SHOP for men.
Best, Newest, Broadest,
Safest?they.'re always found
Ultra-Smart Autumh Suits,
$12.00 to $30.00.
Ultra-Smart Rain and Top
coats, $10.00 to $35.00.
Jacobs & Levy
Forty dollara' worln of mcrchandlso
purchimctl from member? of tho Kctnll
Murchantn' Aasoclatlon of Itlchmond be
tween Octobei" 7th and 12th cntltlea
you to a ri'fUnd of rallroad fare wlthln
oao humlred mllea of Hlchmond. U>.'i
a rebato book In our atorc.
by the blade. The Injured man wat
brought to the Rcteraburg Ilospital. ,
OF RABBI KLEIN
i In Entcring Upon His "Work
in Pctcrsburg, He Discusscs
'The Ideal Rabbi."
(Spcclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.)
l'LTEUSBURG. VA., October 4.?Ai
i a splemn and Impresslve Bervlce at thi
"Kod of Sholom" Synagogue thla even
j Ing the Rev. Dr. Davld Kleln. former
! ly of Columbus, O., inseumed the sacret
otllce of rabbl of the congregatlon
whose call he rocently accepted. Aftci
; the rcgular fciabbath duy aervicea Dr
1 Klein greeted hla new congregatlon ii
I eloquent terms, oxprosslng hls reallza
i tlon of the aacred rosponBlbllltles lm
| posed upon him and hls appreclatloi
; of the honor, and announced uf< hli
! theine for the evenlng lesson "Thi
j Ideal Rabbl." He sald ln part:
"It has been truly sald that *th>
worth of a man ln relatlon to hli
fellowmen depehda upon tho Ideals h>
j cherlshes,' Enterlng upon an Intimati
and. aacred relafclorishlp wlth you, per
mlt me to polnt out to you what .
concelvo to be the Ideal of a rabbl lt
I lsrael,. an Ideal whlch I 8hall eve:
jatrlvo to follow, though I may neve:
I be able to attaln.
"Thls Ideal is set forth ln Holy Wrl
ln the lnjunctlon glven to Aaron whei
he was consecrated as hlgh prlest t>
mlnlster ln the temple of God: 'A!nc
Aaron shall bear the namo of the chll
J dren of lsrael upon hls heart aa a me
morlal before tho Lord conMnually.
Thla coniniond addressed to the prles
of old appllea with equal, If not great
er, force to the preachor of to-daty
The prlest ln the temple of old bor*
upon hls heart a goiden breastplat
J wlth the names of the tribes of Israe
j engraved on it as he entered to mln
i later at God's holy altar, and lt 1
| equally incumbent on the preacher o
'. to-day to bear the caiuse of lsrael upoi
hls heart continually. The glory o
i lsrael, the noble beauty of hls past
the great duty of hls present. and th
promlsed destlny of hls future shal
be uppermost ln the heart of the rabb
"The namo Jew and the. caiuse o
Judalsm shall be precious to him, mor
than those rare gems | on tho goldei
breastplato of tho' hlgh prlest. Jew an
Judlasm shall be deeply engraved oi
the tablets of "hla heart; wlth all th
| strongth of his heart 1 ho is to lov
a|nd upllft that njime beforo all th
"Vorily, to tho preacher of to-da:
as to tho prlest of old, ls tho dlvln
command: 'He shall bear the name o
lsrael,' etc. The namo of each lndl
vidual Jow> llke tho lionor oC th
whole Jewlsh communlty, must be dea
to hls heart, If he ls to bo lndeed
rabbl'in lsrael, worthy of the honore
tltln and nt lo flll an ofllco so.holy.
"To bear tho nnmo of Israol upon
hls hcart contlnually, wlll nocoBSarlly
brlng tho rnbbl ln dftlly contact wlth
lsraol's nelghbors and frlends. There
In tho largcr sphere lles tho largost
duty of tho rabbl. To brlhg nJbout a
botter understandlng botwcon Jew and
Oentlle; to ostabllHh frlonclly rolatlons
among thom; to expound'and dlsscrn
lnato the noble truths of Judalsm; to
oxplain tho boauty and subllmlty of
.lowiBh doctrtno wheroby tho natno of
tho Jow wlll bo more honored and tho
falth of Judalsm more revercd; such
ls tho duty of the rntbbl. Thls Is the
Ideal I set mvsolf to nttaln to, Thls
ls tho work I proposo to do ln tho
communlty. To brlng Into closer and
frlendller relntlonshlp tho pooplo of
thls clty lrrespoctlvo of class or creed:
to glve our Chrlstlan brethren a trucr
estlmate and oonsorjuontly a better
nppreclntlon of Jow. whllo to you, my
Jewlsh brethren, may I be nble to
brlng a mossateo whlch wlll causo to
foster Jn your hearts ovcn a deepor
lovo of, and a closer fraternal foollng
for. our Chrlstlan brethren. To do thls
noblo work I nned nnd cravo your
hoarty co-operatlon; to do thls great
work I sollclt the asslstanco of all
good men ln the clty?Jew atnd Chrls?
tlan allke. If we wlll work together
ns wo ought. then our work wlll ro
dound to the glory of Ood, anrl to
the blcsslng of men. Afrnen."
(Contlnued on FIfth Pagc.)
untll tho doath of her former husband,
and that ho dld not Intend to marry
hor so soon. The latte'r statement waa
Dr. W. I. Royster, of Ralolgh, a med
Ical expert. testllled at length on dls
cases of tho heart- He sald sudden
dcath from mltral lnsufllclency of the
hoart was raro. Potont crystal oconl
tino is not used generally In practlce
bccause lt Is so dangorous, and the
same effects can be procured wlth other
prcparatlons. The effects of nconltlne
polson came In for a lengthy portrayal.
Thls was the last wltnosa.
Counsel announced that all would
argue to tho Jury: that ls, Sollcitor
Armlstead Jones, Colonet T. M Argo
and Waltcr Ciark, Jr., for' the prose
cutlon, and J. N. Holdlng, Colonel J. C.
L. Harrls, W. L. Watson, S. O. Ryan
and T. T. HIcks, for the detense.
RAILROAD UXSCli HEARIXG TO-DAY.
.North Cnrollnn <'.",iu to be Argncd Bc
fore Jiiilue I'rlti'liuril.
[Speclal to. Tho Tlmes-DlspatchJ
RALEIGH, N. C. October 4.?There
was a conforenco thls morning be?
tween Governor Glenn and counsel for
the State ln the Southern Railway lltl
gatlon to test tho constltutU/tiallty of
the new passenger rato act prepara
tory for the counsel to go thls even
Ing to Asheville to apperfr beforo Judgc
Prltchard to-morrow wlth argument ln
support of thelr appeal from the rul
lng of Standlng Master Montgomery
that they shall not be allowed to ex
amlne the books of the Southern fur
ther back than 1905. In thls argu?
ment the Stato wlll be represented by
ex-Judge J. E. Shepherd, F. A. Wood
ard and E. J. Justlce.
VIRGINLVS KIXE RKCORD.
HeatM All of Her Slntcr Slilps CoiiHok
at Sen From Colllert*.
[Speclal to The Tirnes-Dlspatch.]
NORFOLK, VA, October 4.?Th.:
Unlted Statea battleshlp Virginla broke
all prevlous records ln the hlstory o?
the Amerlcan navy ln coaling at sen
from colllers durlng recent manoeuvrea
off the Massachusetts coast. Tho Vir?
ginla ls now undergolng repairs at tho
Norfolk navy-yard before proceedlng
wlth the fleet to the Pacillc coast. Whllo
her slster shlps were loadlng from col?
llers at an average of 150 tons of coal
per fioiir, tho VIrginla's crew reached
233 tons per hour under ordlnary clr
In target practlce tho Vlrglnia came
ln thlrd, an unusual record tor a .brand
new' shlp, beatlng her slster shlp by
100 per cent.
YOTJIS'G SPARTAXBURG MA\*
CRAHGED WITH ROHDEHY
[Speclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
SALISBURY, N. C, October 4.?3?>hn
Davidson, a young man of* good ap
pe^rance, haillhg from Spartanburg, S.
(J., was arrested here yesterday after
noon, charged wlth robbing a man ln
that clty of $000. Whon arrested Da?
vidson denled belng the mniR but
when confronted wlth Indisputablo evl
dence, confeaaed hls gullt, and was to
day taken back to South Cafrollna for
trial. A womnn is supposed to have
been connected wlth Davidson's visit to
Criildwell 1h Xoiiilnnted.
(Speclal to The Tlmos-Dlspatch.)
ROANOKE, VA. October 4.?The Re
publlcans ot Roanoke, ln a mass-mect
tng held to-nlght, nomlnatod M. M.
Caldwell for tlrt> House '?it Delegates
from the clty of Roanoko. Mr. Cald?
well is a promlnent lawyer and a son
in-law of tho late General James A.
Wailker, of Wythevlllo.
FLAGMAX FALLS FROM THALY
A>D IS SERIOIJSLY l.WIURKE
[Special to Tho Times-Dispatch.]
SPENCER, N. C. October 4.?J. K
Grubb, a flagman on tho Southern Rail?
way, was scriously lnjurod by fallinf
from the top of a box car at Hlgl
Polnt thls afternoon. Ho landed oi
hls head, and hls skull was fractured
besldes sustalnlng other Injurios. 'Ht
was carried to a hospltal In Sallsburj
for treatment, and may recover,
"Tcniiesiiec Dny" Propo?ed.
The suggestlon has beon mado that
a day bo set apart for observanco
at the Jamcstown Exposltlon ns "Ten
nessoe- Day." The lntorests of Tennes
aeo and Vlrglnia nro closely allled, and
lt would be fitting for tho pooplo of
thls State to honor Vlrglnia nnd ? its
exposltlon by assembllng at Norfolk
upon somo glven date, thus to pay
trlbute to tho Jamcstown Exposttlor
and the historio ovont whlch suggestcd
it, and at tho same tlme to honor Vir?
ginla, It would bo woll to havo thls
celobratlon foliow the hr-mo-comlng
woek, to be held ln Nnshvlllo. Soptcm
her 23d-2Sth, tha* many of tho natlvc
Tonnesseoans' who como to tho old vol
untoer Stato from u distanco may pro
cood to Norfolk to partlclpate: In tho
Tennessee ceremonlals thoro.
A Vrlvlbjreed Clnss,
"nilBslns says ho thlnks that thero ounh
to ba a prlvlloged olass In thli country."
"Heally," oxelalmed Mlaa Cayonno. "
dldn't know bofoi'O that Mr. HIIbrIiib hai
purohasod a motor on.r."?Washlngton Star
Brief Items Around Town
Tlie Ttt. Pev. .T. N. MuCormlck, IX 15,,
bhhnp noailjuttir of WoBtorn Mlalilgan; Mra.
Me.Cermlek anel tho Ttev, Friinela H, liodol
lililn, rector-of Uruoo Chui'oli, rtvnnd Hiip
IiIk, ftllch., eiru tlio RitestB ot Mrs. itgbcri
Wlllliufton Bliinltemulilp, No. Slo H. Fruulc
Dr. .nnd Mrs. .1. Wllliam .hinos go to
J/jnchbuijf to-duY t? bo prusvut tu-nuuTQW
IN HIS DENIAL
Scna'tor Dcclarcs Mac Wood's
Allcgation of Marriagc
ATTEMPT TO EXTORT MONEY
Dcfcndant in Stiit Givcn Au
thority to See and Photo
NIOW YORK. October 4_Couituol for
?Senator Thomas C. Plnltt to-day got
from Justico Ford, in tho Supreme
Court, an ordor dlrcctlng Mac C. Wood,
who haa Hiiod Mr. Platt for nn abso
lulo dlvorce, an order dlrcctlng her
to furniah to him lnapectlon of, and
permlsslon to take coplcs of, papers
descrlbed ln thc petltlon.
Tho ordor also dlrecta Mlsa Wood to
deposit the papers ln quesllon 'in the
ofllce of the <<erk of tho court. Thc
papcrn .are, under tho ordor, to romaln
ln, thc clerk'H o'flice auhject to <he
examlnatlon of Senator Platt and hls
counsel, and ho and they aro to have
the rtght to tako photographlc coplcs
of them during the ordlnnry buslnoss
hotiM of thc court for a pcrlod of
The counsol for thc woman Is also
dlrected to show good causo why theac
ordors ahall not be complled wlth. and
why they shall not be requlred to
deposit tho papers ln qucstlon wlthln
Cf<? Arccnt to Popcra.
Tho courfa order was lssued upon
the petltlon of Senator Platt.
Senator Platt bcgins hls petltlon by
settlng forth that tho namo of the
plalntlff la Mao C. Wood, and not Mae
C. Wood Platt, as sho nllegcu In her
Ho says, that her allogatlon that he
marrlod hor about November 9, 1D01,
at the FIfth Avenue Hotel, la abso?
lutely falsc, and that ho nover heard
of her clalm that she waa hls wlfe
prlor to December, l'J06. "On the con
trary," ho aaya, "she haa for several
years been trylng to extort money from
mo by. varlous , devlces. lncludlng
threats that ahe would sue mo for
breach of promised marrlnge."
Wnntw 1o See Ortlflcnfc.
Senator Platt snya ho deairos to have
a dlscovery of tlie alleped marriagc
certlflcate whlch Mlss Wood assertj
she has, and thls is the prlncipal papet
whlch she must deposit wlth tho clerk
of the Supreme Court wlthln four day?
or show Iesal cnuae why ahe shouid
not be compelled to do so. The ordet
to show cause ls returnable Octobet
10th. " ?
In relatlon to thla alleged marrlngf
certlflcate tho Senator says: "I bo
lievo and am ndvlsed by my counsel
that I have conclusl.ro grounds for bo
llcving that plalntlff lntends to rely
at the trlal of thls nctlon upon e
forged marriage certlflcate and upon e
forged admlsslon ln wrltlng dated De?
cember 10. 1906. The alleged certlfi
cato la absolutely false and ls ;
forgery. lt purports- to evldonco i
marrlago whlch never occurred. Th<
communlcatlon iwblch, plalntlff clalm;
she has from me, dated December, 1906
was not'.made by the, and ff'any sucl
document exlsts;;'as"piai"ntift!claims, 1
ls a forgery." .''
Those for thc Jlanunl Trnlnlng nnd lu
RALEIGIT, N. C, October 4.?Gov
ernor Glenn lssues commlsslons t>
James H. Southgate, Durhaini R. A
Dunn, Charlotte,. and John J. Blalt
Wllmlngton, as trustecs of tho Stone
wall Jackson Manual Tralnlng and In
dustrlal School, tho reformntory pro
vldcd for by the last Leg-lslaturc
These aro trustees on the part of th'
State. The full board is to meet sooi
ln Greonsboro and perfect organlza
tion, and tako actlve steps looklng ti
tho selectlon of the slte and prepar
for erectlng necessary bulldlngs for th
instltution. Blds aro to be recelvei
as early as possible from towna ln th
State for the locatlon of the reform
Governor Glenn Issuea commlssion
for- a number of new gamo warden
under the Audubon game law, the ne\
wardens being nomlnated by T. Gllber
Pearson, head of the Audubon Soclety
They" aro J. A. Berker, Lumberton
J. A Leak, Montgomery; W. B. Hannn
Anson; L. J. Dougherty, "Jufenotr; J. *"
Flynn, Beaufort; Dr. Paul Campbei:
Kertford. The Governor also commls
sions S. E. Tueker notary publlc a
The Bank of Grlfton recelves a char
ter, wlth $10,000 capltal, by L. J, Chap
man, J. Z. Brooks, and others.
Another charter ls to tho Roanok
Island Telegraph Company,. of Mantlo
capltal. $1,000 aubscribed, by T. S. Meek
ins and otherH, and $10,000 authorlzec
Adjutant-General T. R. Robertso
has placed an order for tho lnatrument
to oqulp a band for the North Carolln
Naval Brlgade, headquarters to he 1
Newborn. It ls to be formed undor th
suporvlslon of Captaln Danlels, of th
LOW DCEAN RAT1
Discrimination in Frcight Enablc
Trust to Control Busincss
NEW XORK, OotoborM.?An omnl
bua contract, whereby tho Standar
Oll Company obtains from ovor
steamship company operatlng betweo
New York and all porta ln Afrloa
rate for the slilpment of lubrlcatln
oll that ls about une-half what lt
competitors, tho Now York Lubrlcatln
Company, gots, wns producod to-da
ln tho hearlng of tho Federal sul
ngalnst tho alloged oll comhlno. Thi
contract was placed in evldence, an
Phlllp Hnrrison, a managor of tho Ne\
York Lubrlcatlng Oll Company, de
clared that hls company was force
to pay doublo tlfo Standard Oll ratt
notwllhstandlng hls prutosta to th
. ? -? .1,
Oao Sexton: "Do you havo mallns at yoi
Tho Othnr*. "No, wo have ollcloth,"
n-. tlio wolcmno servloa given tholr ?on, Di
Carter Ilolni Joiioh, who nsBumea t|io piu
ti.into eit tho V'l'it UapllHt Churoh then
I)r. .1. II. ilavt'ilini'iio aml Wllliam Bllysn
wlll go |u tako juu't ln the Bervlco,
, .Mr, Miiylini 'W. niown, iiuvym -edltor of tli
Uostoii illohe, ln ln tho olty-on routci how
attnr a phnimui( vlu'll to the Jaiueatown Uj
Offcrings of Chureh During Past
Year Amountcd to
MORE WORKERS ARE NEEDED
Valuable Assistance Rendercd by
Woraan's Auxiliary and Sun
Probably tho most important- report
to bo mado bofore tho General Con
vontlon was read yesterday by tho
Bishop of Albany at tho Joint sesslon
of the Houao. of BlBhOpa and the House
of Dcputles on the occaslon of tho
missionary mootlng. It was the trlon
nial roport of thu Board of Mlssiona,
showing the work done by the board
since tho last General Conventlon nt
Boston. The document Ib nearly 350
Wlthin the last three years tho of?
fcrings of the chureh in trust to tho
Board of Mlsslons amouniod to $2,
386,877.43, although to this amount
should bo added the offorlngs tliat
have boen mado for various dlocesan
WtinlN Morc MUxlonnrlcx.
Withln the Unlted States durlng the
three years just closed tho bonrd haa
mado appropriation for the entlre or
partlal support of nlnetebn bishopd
nnd 1,160 missionaries, clcrlcai nnd lay,
working ln forty dlocesea nnd nlno
tcen hilsslonary dlstrlcts. The total
amount of theso appropriatlona Ih $1,
Itucountrles outsldo tho Unlted Statea
tho board has made appropriatlona for
tlie support ot ten bishops, slxty-six
forelgn clergy, twenty-two forolgn
laywork'ers, 657 natlvo workers, clergy,
teachers, catechista, Blblo-Avomen and
othor helpors. Thu tlgures glven do
not lnclude tho avIvob of mlaslonarles,
though tho chureh'wlll knoAV that no
mombera of any mlsslon staff ronder
moro devoted service than these. Ap?
propriatlona for the forelgn Avork for
three years amounted to $1,314,023.10.
Slnce tho last meeting of the Gon
eral Conventlon ninety-seven new mia
alonaries havo becn added to the stalt
of A10 bishops in the forelgn lands,
They are dlstrlbutod aa follows: Af
rica 1. China 3, Japan 6, Halti 4, Cuba
6, Mexlco 6. Porto Rico 7, Honolulu
10, Phllipplne Islanda 6, Alaska 19 and
Panama 1. The report makes a strong
demand to tho members of the chureh
to provide more missionaries for work
In the forelgn fleld, and states that
Avlthln the last three years the socloty
haa not becn obllged to decllno the
offer of a slnglo workor who has do
Bired to become a missionary.
In discussing the questlon of en
larged opportunltles the report says:
"It mlght be well to call the churcli'.''
attontlon to tho large opportunlty now
presented,to those who may desire tc
Invest money in eonsiderable amountf
for the benefit of other people. Thc
groAA'th of tho colleges In Toklo ant:
Shanghal and AVuchang has been sc
rapld aa to make tho present equlp
ment altogether lnadequate, whlle theli
very groAvth lndlcatea the Increaslnp
consciousness on the part of the people
of the value these lnstttutiona are tr
the natlons. Addltlonal land for propei
bulldlngs requlrea large amounts, eact
ono of theso collegea noedlng at leasi
$150,000, and it Is to bb questlonei
Avhether the aame amount of monej
spent In anv part of the Avork avouP
be more certaln to be ot lastlng bless
Ing to the peoplea on whose behalf thi
offering was made. Nor ln speaklni
of theao should it be supposed thn
the board Avould lgnore demnnds fo
leaser amounts to establlsh the churcl
ln centros from whlch may radlati
tho intluences that make for Christlni
clvilizatlon and for the splrltual bless
Ing of the people."
The death of Bishop Sqhcreschewsk>
ls mourned as a dlstlnct Iobs, and hii
Avork in China is compnred Avlth thi
work that Wycliffo performed for tlu
New Mlssloniiry DUtrlcln.
The report touches on tho creatloi
ot a missionary dlstrlct of Moxlci
as well as Cuba and Panama. I
speaks of the help glven to tho peoph
of San Franciaco during tlio earth
quako period. Under the head of mis
sionary Avork a report Is made of tlu
Avork done among tlie negroes. and th
bellef is expresaed that thia work wll
greatly proaper ln the future. Tlu
roport atates that probably the moa
Important alnglo event durlng the las
three vears ia the transfer by tlu
Amerlcan. Chureh Mlss^narySociet:
of ita Avork in Cuba and Brazll to th.
Board bf MtaslonB. lt Avas stated thn
at tlio conferenee of the Angllca,
bishops in Shanghal this year it wai
flnally declded that the Americai
bishops had prlor clalm to jurisdlc
tlon over that see.
Contlnulnc, tho report sets out tlia
the total amount of $1,301,228.88 pnss.e,
tnrough the hands of tlie treiwure
last yenr, and that tho cost of ad
minlBtratlng thls enormous amount o
money Avas lesa than 8 1-2 per cent.
The appropriatlona for curront worl
durlng tho flacal yenr amounted ti
S050732. In additlon, doflclta fron
orevlous years. amountlng ln gross b
S74 399 71 covered for tho tlme belm
bvUhe reserA-e deposlts. mado tho ftil
amount requlred for the year $1,025.
13Tho' lncomo, especlally wlth refor
i?nce to tho apportlonment plan cni
bwt bc shown by tho followlng tablo
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To tho lncomo from llvlng donorn, n
shown ln tho foregolng tuble, shoiil
bo added $78,105.61 lu logucies, ao thn
tho total lncomo nt tho diacrotlnn o
tho board to meet Ita appropriation
Avns $888,671.14. Tltln mnount wus $64,
0(10.86 less thun tlio appropriatlona fo
ciirrent work, Avhich, added to tho dc
llolonoy of Soptombei' lst a your agi
plucea tho doilchmcy at $138,160.57 fo
Septombor 1, 1007.
AVimii'ii nii)l Children,
"Tlio Wommi'a Auxlllary," snya th
j'dpori. "hns mtiinliUnnd Uh record t
ninny yeurs ol' holpi'ul. aorvlco. Th
oft'orlngs of its niembors to nld th
boui-U iu mcutlnj; Uio UPPi'OuvluUoi
T1I7EAR your Crossetts on the
links?new, if you like, or
when they get a bit shabby for
regular wear. Spike thesolea and
use them when playing the game.
You'll find them more comfortabte
than any "golf shoe" made?and
they wear indefinitely.
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LEWIS A. CROSSETT, Inc, No.Abihgton.Maaa.,
totaled $77,554.15, or about tlio same
us the prevloua year.
"During the last thrco years tho
offerings of Ita members ln meetlng
the appropriations of thc board have
Hinounted to $214,359.11. To thl3 hns
been adeleel $1 IS.SG2.07, tnconie nnd
stinis wlthdrawn from united offorlngs,
making a total of $303,221.18, ot tho
bonrd's appropriations, given-by tho
Woman's Auxiliary slnco September,
1004. It hus thiiB been greatly aldod
in malntalnlng and extendlng the work
by women on behntt of women all
ovGr the world.
"Onco again thc Sunday-school Aux?
iliary haa responded hearttly to the
bOHrd'a request for ald. Ita offerings
for tho year amounted to $137.914.'13
from 3,807 nchools. For tho three
years Uh offerings havo amounted to
$396,911.99. It ls impoVslblo for tho
board to cxpross Its full appreeintlon
of thoso offerings from tbe chllelrcn
of the church. Tlie Rov. 1 torman B.
Duhrlng, D. D.. has contlnued hls ot
fective work ns tbe special agoiit ot
tlie Sundny-school Auxiliary.'
The IU. Rev. Cliarles Palmerston An?
derson, D. D., wns consecratod Co
adjutor Bishop ot tho Diocese of Chi?
cago (ortginally tho Dioceso of llli
nols) on St. Matthlas's Day, February
24. 1900, ln Graco Church, Chicago.
Upon the death of Blshop Me?Laren,
February 19, 1905, ho succeeded to the
i eulscopate of tho diocese.
Bishop Anderson is a Ganadlan' by
I birth, and a graduato of Trinlty Col
iegfi, 'Toronto. After onterlng upon the,
rectorBhip of Grace Church, Oak Park,
in the summer of.1901, ho took out hls
naturallzatlon papers. ln the electior,
for the coadjutor blshoprlc he was
tho almost uiianimous cholce of the
clergy on the first ballot, and thls
electlon by the clergy was at onco
eonflrmed by a largo majority of the
voters of the lalty.
The seven years of the eplseopate
? of Bishop Anderson hayo been ehar
' uelerized by great growth, and the
'. aeloptlon of wlse and sfatesmahllke
; methods in the administration ot lhe
i ? Bishop Anderson Is a forcoful und
! strlking publlo speaker, whose utter
' ances are listeneel to with the greatest1
' j interest, not merely by those who liear
? lllm for the ilrst tlme, but eei'ually by
i thoso of hls own ellocese, who, having'
i ln-aril lilm, know that every word tli/it
i C he speaks ia 'worthy of closo atten
Clcricnl I)?M>utIe*_Tho. Rev. Wil
''liain Otis Waters boeamo rector of
' Graco Church; Chicago, ln Fubruary,
: 1903, comlng from St. Andrew's
, Church, Detroit. Mr. Waters is an ag
.; gresslvo anel ettectlve worker, and has
i devoted his energies successfully to
>. tlie building up of tho endowment of
' Graco Church, which has become
1 largely a "downtown" church, but
:j which has also a largo populatlon
J ? tributary to lt mado up of the middle
? ' and working classes, among whom Mr.
ij Waters and his ..sslstants have been
; very successful. Grace Church is one
|l of the most Ilberal contrlbutors to
,j every good object of any purlsh ln
.the Dioceso of Chicago.
? Tho Rev. Edward Allan Larrabee
| was born ln Chicago, and came to
l the Church of tho Ascenslon, Chiengo.
Jiln Juno, 1884, from St. Paul's Cathed
;|ral. of tho Diocese of Spririgtlold.
"Father Larrabee has been always a
falthful and liard worklng pmish
prlest, upholding fearlessly what h
hehl to bo the faith of the church
from its fotinding. He is highly hon
ored anel respected among the clergy
of tlio diocofle. und, ls now survlng foi
tho thlrd tlme as deputy from this
diocese, boing elected to this honor by
a strong majority In each caso. He is
a conclse and thoughtfui speaker.
The Rev. John Henry Hopklns, S. T.
D., rector of tho Church of the Eplph
any, Clilcago, camo to his present
ehnrgo in April, 1809, from Chrisi
Church, St. Josoph, Dioeose of Kansn;
City. ? By vlgorous, uutlrlng and ug
grosslvo work ho.lias built up the par
isli of whlch he Is rector until it staiutt
as one of tho leuding churches of tln
city and dioceso ln all good works
Dr. Hopklns received hls doctor's eln
gree' from tlie Western Thoologlcal
Semlnary, Chicago. He Is n grandsor
of tlio flrst Blshop of Vermont, thc Rt
Rov. .lohn Henry Hopklns, D. D., LL. D
The Rov. Krnest Vincont Tliaylei
beeamo rector of Graco Church, Oalt
Park, In successlon to Rev. Charles P
Anderson, | when tho latter becunic
Bishop of Chicago1. Ho ciirn'o to Oali
Park from Trinlty Church, Toledo. Hh
reetorshlp of Grace Church has beoi
accoihpanled wlth markod results. A
men's club of 350 members is one ol
tho most strlking fealuros of the par
r.ity Depiitles.?Mr.'- Davld Bralnorc
I.yiiinn is ono of tho must lionoreel oi
Clilcng.o's uscful laynion. He ls a resl
do.nt of T.a Grange, a suburb, and ii
sentor wa,rden of tho tlourishlng par
ish wlilch ile was largely iiistrumontn
in establishlng. Ho is a stieeessfu
tawyer of iriany years' stnnding- and 1:
Iiriiiiilnent In all tho chureh's uetlvltle;
and a member of tho most importan
eonunlttee's of tho dlooesan convention
Mr. Edward Paysori Bailey la sonlo
-m w.'.-j-ay.-nvzmicgri.ioju.fcsaj.r- o..,.i?
Ask U<nlr doctor to tell you, honeally and
frankly, just what ha ihinli* of Ayet's
Cherry Pectoral. 77ien do aa hesays.
Often a singlc close of Ayer's Cherry
Pectoral at bediimo \ylll completely
control the night coughs of cbildren.
It is a strong roedicine, a doctor's
mediclne, entirely free from alcohol.
Made only for diseases of the throat,
bronchial tubes, and lungs. Full for
warden of Orace Church. Chlcago, and
a prominent and lnflucntlal laymnn
of the dlocose. He has taken an ac
tlvp part ln the work of the Church
Club of Chlcago, nnd responds freely /
to tho numerous cnll3 'made upon hlm
for co-operatlon and support. He Is
ari effectlvo publlc speakor. Ho ls a
i leading ofnclal of ono of the largo'
I buslnoss corporations of tho clty.
I Mr. Emory Cobb is a roaldent of
! Kankakee and senlor warden ot St.
Paul's Church In that clty. Ho Is an
old-llmo Illinoieah, and for many years
, was tho leading banker of Kankakee.
I Ilo, too, has been closely Idontlflod
i wl'th tho constructlvc and aggresslvo
, work of the church In tho State of
! IUlnols, nnd in the daya of the undl
j vldod dloccse and of Blshops Whlte- '
hotiso and MoLarcn was charged wlth
many wclghty rcsponslbllltlos. Tho
days of hls usefitlhess are by no meana
The Hon. Jesse Holdom. a judge ot
the Superlor Court of Cook county,
wlth hls ofllces ln Chlcago, Is tho se?
nlor warden of S,t. Paul's Church, Chl'-'
ritKo, an ex-presldent of tho Church
Club ot ChlcaKO, and an lnfluentltir
memher of many of tho Importnnt com
mittoes of tho church In tho dlocese.
New Enirlnnd Kesorta.
Anothor matter that Impresses a
stranger. very forclbly Is i tho vast
utnount of money that hns been In
vostcd In summcr resprts up in thls
part of the country. I told-you tho
other day that $5,000,000 had recently
been invested ln hotols ln the Whlto
Mountnlns. An oqual umount has been
invested ln Vermont: $10,000,000 in
Massachusotts, $3,000,010 ln tho Cat
skllls, $7,000,000 ln the Adlrondacks,
$1,000,000 In Connectlcut, and more than
$50,000,000 in Now Jorsey. These ng
ures como from ono of the bcst in
fornied hotel raon ln the country- An
other r.uthorlty es. -mates slmilar In
vestments in New .Tersey at $100,000,
000, but that soems?to be an oxaKgera
tlon. The aencoost fron New Bruns
wick to the mouth of tho Dolawnrc Is
lihed wlth hotols and summcr rosi
dences, and for a great part of the dis-i
tance they are n'ever out of sight ot
the yiichts that criilse aiottg the coast?
Tlie lncrease ln tho price of land hns
been equnlly preat. My frlond tetls me
thnt 'our aeres of land in tho vtllnge
of Bethiehem, N. H.. whlch werejpur
chnsed for $500 in 1STG, were sold for
$45 000 tho other day. In Lakewood.
N J he knows of a Plnce of land
whlch cost $1 an acre in 1SG5, nnd
was sold for $25,000 last .vlnter; at
Lenox, Mas'sV. farms that could bo
bought for $20 and $30 an acre twelvo
or ftfteeri years ago are now selllng at
$3,000 and $1,000 an acre-.-rom i.etn
ter of Willlom E. Curtls to the Chli
cago Recbrd-Herald. _ ?*?
Press Clipping a Valuable Aid.
"Strango how many new thlngs you
can loarn lf you ask quostlons." sald a
prominent medlcal speclallst in New
"Some great dlscovery?" hlnted tho
reportor. t ?
To mo a great dlscovery. It's
sthiply thls. It's necessary for me to
know just when a e'ertain oporation is
porformed throughout tho country. To
get thls Informntton I used to rcad tho
n'owspapers. and tell frlonds in othor
ctties to wateti the papers for me. I
spent tlmo and moncy. and dld not get
what I wanted. One day a frlend sald,
?you ought to ask Burrelle.'
?"Ask Burrelle? What does that.
mcun?' said I.
"My frlend explalned. I started on
a tour of Invcstlgatlon and discoverud
what many other merSwould bo glad to
know of. For 'Burrelle' was ablo to
do for me. ln an organized, systematlo
way, and at the cost ot a few cents a
day, what I had been spcndlng money
to do and had falled."
"You interest me," sald tho reporter.
" 'Burrelle,' " contlnued tho professor,
"la located at 5? Elm Street, New York.
H.ln staft of 100 workora reads every.
paper ln Amerlca. I told Burrello about.
L\\a oporation I was looklng for. And
now, whenover any montlon of that op?
oration gets into the papers anywhero,
it is out out and sont mo. I toll you
it's Uko tnagtc.
"Burrollo docs not condno himself to
any subjoct or any p'orson. Ho can
glvo you Informatlon for tho book you
are wrltlng; ho can glvo you every
thing that Is prlnted about yourself or
your work. An archttect frlend ot' mlno
wanted to know whoro ? archltectural
competltlons wero to bo held throughout
tho country. 'Ho asked Burrelle,? und
H gettlng buslnoss from lt, too. There's
not a man ln prlyate or buslness Ufo
that could not bo bonotlted lf he would
only 'ask B'urroUe." "?Now York Joui
Wlll Bavo you money In harvesttng
vour cow pea crop. Wo aro agonts tor
the best machlnos mauufnoturod.
Call to soe us, or writo for prlces
and cntiiloguo. ? ??:?"? "?'.-'
Tho hwst and most comploto stotk of
Farm Imnlements ln tho State.
Xhe Implement Co,
VMYi 11. iilnlsi Stiottt.
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