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Guests of Honor at Banquct
Given by Willcox Post,
G. A. R.
MAN ATTACKED AND ROBBED
Ontinp; Proposed for Orphans in
Methodist Female Asy
109 Xorth Sycamoro Street,
Petersburg, Va., July 2.
Wirelesa telegrams sent out to-day
from the steamshlp Jefferson at sea
reprcsented the Confederate veterans
of A. P. Hill Camp ns well and happy.
Later telegrams brought the informa?
tion of the safe arrlval of the veterans
ln New York and of thelr departuro
for Sprlngfleld, Mass., the .polnt of
their destination. To-nlght they wero
given a banquet by their hoata, Wlll
cox Poat, G. A. R. To-morrnw mornlng
and evening they will attend church,
and in the afternoon will be given an
automoblle ride through Sprlngfleld
and to various point3 of Interest. On
'Monday will begln tho week's round
Miirderbus Aaaattlt and Ttolibery.
John Goodwyn, colored, about sixty
years old, whoae homo ls on Carter
Street, was the vlctim of a murderous
assault and robbery, commltted by an?
other negro thls mornlng. Goodwyn j
waa employed as cook for aome palnt- '
ers dolng work for the Seaboard Alr
Llne Railway, near the weatern limlts
of the city. He went to a nearby
spring to get some water, and aa he
was leaning over tne spring he waa
?truck a violent blow on tho back of
the head by a negro. His scalp waa
spllt by the blnw and lie waa felled' v
to the ground. .
The assailant dragged Goodwvn into ( e
tho bushes. threatcned to klll hlm if |
he made an outcry, and struck hlm
two more violent blows wlth a rock
or some other instrument, anf] thon
robbed hlm of a watch valued at $20,
and $lfi In money. Tho injured man
thad to he taken to the hospltal for
Goodwyn dld not know the name of
hla assailant, but gave such an ac
curate descrlptlon of hlm that wlthln
two or three hours he was under ar?
rest and was fully identlfied. He was
found by Chlef Pagland and Detectlve fr
Eames concealed ln a Norfolk and '
Western rrelght car. The negro gave
his name as Alhert Walker, and from
Pittsburg. Pa. Tho watch and most
of the money were recovered.
Walker has been hanging around
about town for some time, and is be
lleved to be tho party who has re?
cently commltted several other high
way assaults and robberies.
Fullctl lo Mcct.
A jolnt meeting of the two branches
of the Coi mon Councll, called for last
evening to elect several clty offlcers
previously nominated in caucus. falled
for lack of a quorum. As these offl
clals do not go Into offlce until Sep?
tember a future jolnt meeting wlll bo
held. The offlcers and men of the Po?
lice and Fire Departments begin their
term on the lst of july, as do the
members of. tho Board of Overseers of
Proposed Outlng for Orphnnn.
The Methodist Female Orphan Asy
lum has now thlrteen little glrls in its
care. It hasoccurred to the trustees
that It would be a good thlng to
Elve these orphans an outlng for the
month of August, and the propositlon
is made to the good people of the
State that ono or inore of the children
be taken into their famllles during tho ! Bn
month, to contribute to tho happiness ^
of the little ones. During the exis
tence of the asylum many little' girls I ""
Norman F. Short Co
814 E. Main
ings, Hats, etc,
Taylor & Brown,
913 E. Main
Every pair shoes
in our store
Odds and ends
Dillard & Harty,
10th and Main
Men's and Boys'
25 to 50% Off
Youths* Suits, 15 to
19 yrs. Half Price.
Exctirsion to the Mountains
Friday, July 15, 1910
Norfolk and Western Railway
Round $2.00 Trip
Round $3.00 Trip
1S ^Hn"'^' n?", '?aves Ricl'mond 12:10 noon, Friday, July
2-30 noon to" S?f ??io": **>"*? &?? RoanoK
Ro^'SI^l^tl^ !*?*?? Lynchburg and
thp Bluo -Ririr/r I-j ? ! -k Cdt Peaks of 0tter. the h ghest in
__d bfcSby r^ortfaS ffi* ?*? ? ?**? BridS=
cost. > ris an(i Places of interest at a very small
Main0rStrUeefCf inf?rmation "PPfc at corppany's office. 838 East
C A OVFRTOY T C H- B0SL1^,
r 7 P ? ' Jr;' Di5trict Passenger Agent.
. City Passenger Agent,
LEAVE ON NORTHERN TRIP
Hl 1.11?riTTflTH ri r l-TltlTini'aaaMaiaMigaBaHKBaaaWa^
Members of A. P. Hill Camp, United Confeilerntfe Veterans, of Petersburg, headed by thelr druin corpa, Juat
Uefore dcpurture for Sprlngfleld, Mnao., where they wlll bo gue?t? of Wlllcox Post, O. A. IX., for the Indepemlcnce
ave grown into useful and happy wo
lanhood, and made the heads oi
?orthy famllles. The good that the
istltutlon does can hardly bo estlmat
3Vew? |n Brlef.
A. whlto woman, who gave her name
3 Mary Jones, accompanled by three
nall children, became 3tranded ln thla
ty yeatorday on her way from Nor
Ik to Roanoke. Sho sald her hus
md dled in Norfolk several weeka
ro, and that she was trylng to reach
ir parenta ln Roanoke. Capt. Woods,
the Salvation Army, took her ln
arge. furnlshed her with food and
cured for her a tlcket to Roanoke.
A valuable mulo atolen last nlght
om the farm pf J. McS. Buchanan, in
Inwiddlo county, was recovered in
ls clty to-day, but the thief, a negro,
ade his escape. He was trylng to
11 the anlmal. ?
Robert A. Harding dled last evening
his home on Pearl Street. He was
drty-one years old, and is survlved
.' his wife and two amall children, j
so a slster, Mrs. J. Cockes, of Rtch
ond. The body will be taken to Con
>rd, Va? for burial. I
The Country Club haa tendered lts
ub houso and grounds to the Salva
on Army for the. outlng of the poor
illdren of the city on July 6.
The department waa called out to
vo small flrea thla afternoon, one of
hlch destroyed an old stable on Lom
ird Street, Blandford, belonglng to
>hn Creyer, colored. Loss, J100.
"hlle at this fire an old shed on Fifth
reet caught ablaze, supposedly from
arks. Damage here very llght.
The Mont Alry Farm, of 220 acres,
Chesterfleld county on the Appo
ittox Rlver, was sold at auction thls
ternoon by T. Pannlll's Sons, and
is purchased by Pyle & Co., of thla
Y, tor $5,250.
GET GLORIOVS WEBCOME.
nd Plnj-H "Dlxie" nud 100,000 Personaj
itness Meeting of Blue and Gruy.
, [Special to The Tlmes-Dispatch 1
?prlngfleld, Mass., July 2.?-The wel
ne seldom equaled in the hlstorv of
any clty was the- ovatlon tendered the
"boys ln gray." who reached Spring
fleld thls avenlng from Petersburg.
No body ot men ever marched to more
hearty cheers, and no happler men than
the A. P. Hlll Camp of Veterans could
bo found ln tho world over.
Although tho flerco heat of the day
had wllted tho grlzzled veterans, they
beamed through the perspiratlon wher.
tho train pulled into Springfield. Thelr
hosts, tho E. K. WIlcox Post. G. A. R,
wero lined up at attentlon at tho sta?
tlon, and a band, was playlng "Dixle"
?eun the v'r?'nlans piled off the train.
Then came personal greetings, when
the hands of the Southerners, personal
?frlends and Htrangers allke, were shook
ln their sockots, while thousands gath
cred about to wltness the pretty slght.
The meeting: ot the aged veterans
was mingled with plndness and pathosi.
It was tho half hour most momorablo
ln the mlnds of the partlcipants.
The March was then taken un to
the Memorlal Bulldlng, on Court
Street. The offlcers of the Wilcox
Post escorted the offlcers of H'll
(..amp preceded by the drum corps
brought with them hy the Vlrglnlans
Then camo the rank and fiie of tho
Petersburg Camp. eighty strong. wlth
hoads erect and marchlng- over the
pavement wlth as flrm and true a
step as they dld flfty years ago.
Cheers rent the alr. and prolonped
cheering and ralsed hats met the ad?
vance of the flag of Vlrginia. Nearlv
a hundred thousand people vlewocl
thelr march. The members of Wil?
cox Post hrousrht up ln the rear.
At Memorlal Hall, a banquet was
served to the vlsltors. There was
muslc. cheers, storles, and a rolllck
inS campfire of the men who onco
lonked into each other's eyes across
ontrc-nchments. There were speeches.
hut they were informal, and each
f-peaker had tears ln his eyes when
hls grlzzled companions of tb0 Blue
and the Gray burst forth Into cheers.
It was a campfire with oldtlme vigor.
To-rnorrow mornlng at 10:30, all
hands wlll march to Memorlal Church,
where special services wlll be held,
Rev. Mark A. Denman preachlng, and
the choir ad chorus givlng a special
muslcal programme. In the evening,
Ihe boutherners will attend Wesley
Methodist Church. where also special
exerclses will be held.
Monday the Petersburg men wlll
march in the llrst dlvlsion of tha
Fourth of July parade.
ARRIVK IN XEW YORK.
Veternn* Pn?m Through MetropollH on
Thelr Way to Springfield.
New York, July 2.?The Old Domln
lon liner Jefferson warped into her
dock early thls afternoon wlth nlnety
eray-uniformerl, slouch-hatted men. all
whlte-haired and, mostly with whis
kers, who came sprucely down the
gang plank, preceded by a fife and
drum corps of eleven, including one
who had beaten a drum in the last
battle year nf tho Confedoracy. They
lined up in t.he street so that somo of
ihe newspaper photographers could
take them, standlng as straight as
their age would permit. All seemed to
be moro than sixty-flve, and a dozen
ivere more than seventy years old
rhev carrled only one llag?a big, new
jdltlon of the Stars and Strlpes. The
grlzzled color-bearar, who had at one
'?irao carrled another sort of an em
>lem. seemed to be very proud of tho
luntlng of the Unlon.
Just after the veterans had been
ihotographed they got into three Flfth"
Vvenue auto stages, and with tho
rums and flfes makincr the hearts of
olks on the route thrill with the war
imo tunes, they were sont up to the
Irand Central Statlon, taking a sneclal
ar attached to the> 4 o'clock train for
nringfleld, Mass., where they wlll bo
he guests of E. K. Wilcox Post. Grand
irmy pt the Republic. and wlll help
hem celebrate tho Fourth of July.
'he Confederato veterans, A. P, Hlll
'amp, of Petersburg, are undor com
iand of Colonel George S. Bernard, a
udore ln Petersburjr. who earned hls
lilltarv title ln the Clvil War. and who
s seventy-four years of age. Other
lderly men in the camp are A. E. Har
i-'ood. who lost his arm ln 186-1. and
rho is soventy-three. and E. A. Ennls,
>-ho is also seventy-three.
The veterans wrero greeiod at tho
.lor and escorted to Snrlnjrfleld by
lommander James R. Anderson. of the
lassachusetts. G. A. R, aftd "Meredlth
,eltch, a Southerner, who has beon
or some tlme a cltizen of Sprlngflold,
nd who ls a lawyer.
rnrMARY action ratipied.
lemncrntli! County Conventlon In
SallMliury?Murpliy for Conjrrpam.
[Special toThe Tlmes-Disnatch.l
Salisbury, N. C. July 2.?The action
aken in the Democratic prlmaries
ield in Rowan county last Saturday,
vas ratlfled 0y the Democratic coua
y conventlon, held ln Salisbury.
The conventlon took np actlon as
lojnlnees for 6'tate offlcoH." Tho only
:ontest in the conventlon was for
dacos on tho County Board of Com
nlsirloners, whlch was settled amlc
iblv by the leaders.
The nomlnees named Include thofol
owlng: For State Senato, A. H. Boy
len; for the House, W. D. Pethel and
t. D. Coleman; county Judge, B. B.
.Illler: prosecutlng attorney, Kerr
>alg; clerk of Superior Court, J.
?'rank McCubblns; refflster of deed,
3. H. Mlller: sheriff. J. H. McKonzlo.
The conventlon lndoi-Bed Judge Wal
er Clark for Chlef Justlce of the
itate Supreme Court, and P. D. Walk
ir, for Associate Justice.
Judge Mannlng and Judge Allei)
vere glven fourteen and Uve votes ro
fpectivoly for Associate Justlco of
juprome Court. Endprsoments wero
ilso glven H. C. Brown for Corpura
Inn CommisHloner; lt. t>ee Wright, for
ludge ln tho Tenth dlitrlot; AV. C.
Marnmer. for pollcitor ln the Tenth
llHtrict. Wftlter Murphy. was endora
sd for Congreao from the EigvUh Dls
(Contlnued From First Page.)
questlon many are asklng. There ia a
answer, of course.
Jeffrles is a far better man than wi
Sullivan when tho latter fell at Ne
Orleana. Jeffriea haa rugged couraj
and strong temperament. He la hea;
and aoul in tho right and will make
supreme offort to win at any coat, N
matter how much ho la harmed, 1
knows that all tho blowa will not l
half aa bad aa the sting of defeat.
he loaes he will ourae the day he ev<
let them persuado him to re-enter tl
rlng, and he is going to mako a hear!
breaking effort to prevent that hat
pening. Thls knowledge will malt
him flght harder, and ho wlll profit b
hls tremendous strength. If ho win
this flght it will bo because ln hla prlm
he was twice aa good a man aa th
Johnson is easy golng and has nc
concentrated on the battle the wa
Jeffrles haa. It la just posslble tha
he wlll not mako such a stubborn flgh
of it, for there are many who lnsls
that the negro lacka ln tho "do-or-die
I would not, however, bet on thi:
for he looks llke a man who woul
take a beating.
Must Have ConAedence.
When you look at Jeffrles you ca;
hardly avold sharlng tho ronfldenc
of hla men ln hla ablllty to win. Hi
mlghty body, that ahort, bull neek, de
termlned . faco, are all the kind o
recfUisitca that make for an athlete'i
But it muat be remembered tha
Johnson Ib an impresaive speclmen
ton, Jeffries will make a flght for on<
blow. He thinks the right kond of i
punch will stop Johrjson, and ln sup
port of thls view lt must be recallec
that as small a man aa Ketchel
dropped the blg negro for the count
To get in that ono blow Jeff will en
dure anything ln sufferlng.
If Johnson can flght as well a? he
can box, there will be a terrlfic strug?
gle. Nelther has met such a big mar
before, and in his prime Jeft had hit
work cut out to beat Sharkey and Cor?
Can he do it now? I dare not say
but I wish it were all over and Jeff
?, . Gets Xlne Year*.
Cincinnati. O., July 2._John C.
K^V.rsti f,0/,mer tr"asur" "f the D6.
bolt Buildlng and Loan Association,
who waa found gullty two weeks ago
of cmbezzling $20,000 from that insti
tutlon, was to-day sentenced to serve
nine years in the Ohlo penltentlary
has no terrors for him with Continen
tal Ointment at hand. Imnv diately
cools, soothes, heals cuts, bites
bruises, burns, scalds, eczema, soro
throat, sore gums, etc.
The Murvelous Salve and Perfect
Poultioe. Good for Horaea too.
Large box 25c.
Other alrea 40c, 75c, $3 and $5.50.
AaK M any Drug, Harneas, or
Continental Specialty Co.; Dayton, O.
Pneumatic Water Systems, Gaeoline
Engines, Hydraulic Rams, Vapor and
Stearn Heat, 1'lurnbing and Plumbing
bupplies, Acetylene G*3 Plants and Ac
309 Commonwealth Bank Building,
jPbpne, Monroe l?j.
Here Are a Few Items
Marked at prices which make them worthy of your attention. We have hundreds of
just as cheap. Trade at our two stores and save money.
Bargains in Meats and Lards
Best Quality Regular Caltimet,
Hams, per pound .20c
Cooktd Pressed Hnms.'per Ib...l4c
Nice Country Smoked Jowls,
per pound .14c
Good Salt Pork, per Ib.12.54c
Finest Brcakfast Bacon,
Small Country Hams, per lb.. ,20c
Corned or Smoked Gilifornia
Hams, per Ib.15c
Good Lard, in 5 and 10-lb.
cans, per Ib.12c
Country Bacon, per lb.18c
Bargains in Soaps
12 bars Swift's Soap for.25c
Gold Dust, package .4c
Dutch Cleaner, package.8c
Ce luloid or Ivory Starch, pkg., 4c
Octagon VVaah Powders, 6 for. .25c
Palm Toilet Soap, bar.3c
Fairbanks' Tar Soap ., 4C
Fairbanks' Fairy Soap.,4c
Fairbanks' Pummo Soap.4c
Fairbanks' Sunny Monday, for
Octagon Soap...!.' 4c
7 bars Swift'a Pride Soap..'25c
Toilet Soap?7 different kinds
in box for.J5C
Large Juicy Lemons, dozen_20c
Fresh Country Eggs, dozen_23c
Fresh Country Butter reccived
daily, per pound.25c
Try our 40c Green or Mixed
Tca. It's the regular 60c
Mason Jars, porcelain lined,
quarts, 55c dozen; *A gallons.70c
Snow Flake Patcnt Family
Flour, per bag, 34c; per bar
rcl. $5 35
Dunlop Best PatentFlour, per
ba.iT' 37c; or, per barrcl... .$5.75
Pillsbury Beat Flour. per bag,
41c; per barrel .$6.40
7 Large Fat Mackerel .25c
Fresh Bologna Sausage.10c
Bargains in Canned Goods
Mb. cans Best Fish Roe; a
bargain, only. gc
California Can Asparagus. larra*'"-'
Old Va. Hcrring Roe, iii 2-lbV
2 cans Table Peaches for...'' '25c
Borden's Pecrlcss Cream, per'
can, 5c and.'., iqc
l-lb. can Good Luck Bakirie
Powders. , p
Best Chippcd Beef, can.','.'.'.'.'' 'sc
Best Lunch Tongue, can . isc
Potted Ham or Tongue, 6 for! .'25c
California Lemon Cling Peaches
1 lhXt^nherVy8rarU?' larK? cans.'15c
tu orn ^ecf. 15c
1Mb. can Libby's Sausage Meat 15c
3 cans good Sardines for , * 10?
Best Sugar Corn, 3 cans.,....' 25c
iomatoes for soup, 2 cans.... ' 5C
Van Camp's Pork and Beans,
? per can, 9c, 14c and. .l8c
Early June Peaa. 3 cans... t*7.
S. ULLMAN'S SON
New North Carolina Clipped
Hernngs, 10c dozen; or, per
0,,/rl Mbl- $3r'50? Cer bbl-..$5.00
Quart Mason Jars, dozcn.55c
?J-S-gaJ. Mason Jare, dozen.... 70c
Quu,ut- ,bottles Cas=y Malt
Whiskey ... .80
Silver King, best Patent Flour
made, 35c bag; per barrel, $5.40
1820-22 East Main Street. TWO STORES w v a-at t ? ?
rKhmCMtoTva. 506 East Marshall Street.
lwo pnones at each store. Deliver goods all over citv Mail nrrW* M,i..4 a
delivered to depot free of chante Remltran?, ??.?;' U orde,r,8 Packed and
orders. Write for our catatogS. Kemlttances must accompany all out-of-town
WAS POPULAR CITIZEN
OF POWHATAN COUNTY
WILLIAM s. ooonis.
[Special to The Tlmos-Dlsnatch.]
Powhatan, Va.. July 2.?Wllllam S,
Goode died at hls resldonco at Pow?
hatan Courthouao on June 28. Mr.
Goode was born ln tbls county on
April 4, 1856, and was the son of tho
lato john B. Goode, formerly sheriff
of Powhatan county and a member of
the famous Good? family, whose home
place, "Whltby," Is one of tho State's
most celebrated homes. He hlmself
held many publlo offlces, and at tho
tlmo of hls death was Commissloner
of the Revenue, an offlce which ho
had held for the last eleven years.
Whlle qulto young he marrled Mlss
Anna Davls, who, togedher wlth seven
chlldren?Mrs. Watt H. Gllls. Occie Lee
Goode. Annie B. Goode, Dallas B.
Goode. Wllllam O. Goode, Harvlo W.
Goode and Wlrt A. Goode?survlve
hlm. He ls survived by one sister,
Mrs. Ernest Goode, of Chesterfleld
county, . and threo brothers?L. C.
Goode. of Greeneville, Mlss.; R. E.
Goode, of Richmond, and Herschel
Goode, of Chesterfleld county,
His funeral took place from Mount
Hormon Church, Chesterfleld county,
on the 28th of June. Ho was burled
in the family sectlon by the slde ot hls
father and others of hls ancestry, ln
whom ho took a just, though not ob
struslve, prlde, and to whose hlgh
standards his own llfe kept tlmo.
WALES FIGHTS FOR PLACE
ON THE ROYAL STANDARD
Seems Slmple, but Coasequent Chnngea
in Umplre Would Cost
[Special Cablo to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
London, July 2.?The clalm of Wales
to heraldic representatlon on tha
royal standard has agaln cropped up
at the outset of the relgn of King
George, as lt dld on the accession of
The Prlme Mlnlster has now prom
lsed that tho clalm of the Welsh mem
bors to have the Welsh dragon em
blazoned on the royal standard shall
bo lald beforo the Klng. The mem?
bers are indlfferent whether the drag?
on or the lion is adopted as tho
syrabol of Wales, but it is pointed
f>ut that Welsh sentiment ln recent
times has favored the dragon.
It would appear, however, that the
wolsh members have undor-esttmated
th0 magnltude of the change which
thoy propose. The suggostlon that,
instead of England monopollzing two
of the quarterings of tho royal stand?
ard, one should be glven up to Wales,
sounds slmple enough, but the act
wouia entail consequent changes ln
tne royal arms throughout the Klng's
faerv ces, hefore which even the stout
est Innovator might well pause.
-.very mllltary button would havo
to be altered; and It ls computed that
'J'6, ">at of the little addition sug
hko n5.o'f^o.'?mount t0 somethlns
rw#? ,Hou,,ri* Are Awarded.
Rhnri^vT1 V ,Jll,ly 2.?Several Amerlcan
honorsr'faS V?lars h*vo beetl awarded
R?1^._foV l?? iHist collsgiate year. P.
ii i itiakp"'r.an^ W' T- Stockton, and
?'?:.?? i?la.1.te-.o( Tennessee; S. S, Blay
Burpess of r&n' lhll-(1 class' *? ?
clairfn ?hnn ?tle lKland' took thlrd
cias,-, in school mathematics.'
clorlcals In tho vlllage;' *( ca?, ??"
trouble resulted from -, ? ,-? U,
agalnst Premlur Ca ?te ?^' K
nrocrrnin trliioU a _._i' a!,.s rellglou
.K*?" VU* a PrlliSl ^Uvorod at
1.ZD0 WILL TAKE
Preparations Completo for His
torical Pantomime at Uni?
versity of Virginia.
Charlottesvllle, Va., July 2._pre
parationa nrt> almoat complete for th
big pagenant to ba hold at tha rjnl
verslty of Vlrglnla by tho atudents o
tho Summer School on Monday, July 4
Last year a pogeant waa heJd on th
same date, which attracted attentloi
not ouly locally, but all over th.
South. Thero waa neaarly 1,000 peopli
ln tho procesaion, costumed to repre
sent promlnent characters of Colonia
Tho hlatorlcal pantomLme. to be pro
sented at 5 o'clock Monday afternoon
wlll be evon more elaborate than la8
year, and the costumlns will be mon
approprlate. It wlll Includo, beaidei
impersonations of tho great Kevolution'
ary flgures and oventB, representatlvei
of tho thlrteen orlglnal Colonten, anc
of the later countlea of the Old Domln,
lon, besldes ropresentatlve3 of othet
Statea onterlng the Union aubseqjient
ly to tho thlrteen orlginnl Colonle3, and
of the country'a allloa and posseasiona
Kully 1,200 persona wlll be ln the pro
ceaslon, and thlrty or more Statea wll!
be reprcsented, whlle lt Ia expected
that every county in Virginia will have
Marchlng ln lmposlng prooesslon, nnd
wlth approprlate evolutlon from one
end of the lawn to the other, tho vast
pageant wlll form a hollow square in
front of the rotunda, where tho .scene
of tho Contlnental Congreaa wlll be
enacted, followed by an elaborate Re
volutlonary mlnuet in conclualon.
At 9 o'clock Monday evening the
Summer School dance wlll be held ln
the Faycrweather gymnaslum. Thls
dance ls glven by tho offlclala to the
women of the Summer School. Those
persona in the pageant who wlll attend
the danco aro expected t? appear ln
tho coatumea worn ln tho processlon ln
the afternoon. Thla should make the
danco a very pretty affalr for the on
APPEAL IS GRANTED
IN H0SPITAL CASE
Power of .State to Take Money Be
queaihed for Ons Pnrpoaae uud L'ee
It for Another to Be Tented.
[Special to The Tlmes-Dl8patch.]
Staunton, Va.. July 2.?The Pupreme
Court of Appeala to-day granted an
appeal from the decision of Judge K.
Carter Scott. of tho Circuit Court of
Speclnl Excurslons Monday, July 4th.
2 Special Fast Trains 8 & 9 A. M.
8 A. M. train makea no stops between
Rlchmond. and Old Point.
. 9 A. M, train stopa only at Newport
[51-25 Round Trip to Newport
News, Buckroe Beach
, and Old Point
51.50 Round Trip to Ocean View,
Norfolk, Cape Henry and
Cholce of Two Uoutea to Norfolk.
Norfolk tickets good vla Newport
Jews or vla Old Point and Ocean View.
Vlrglnia Beach tickets good only on
A- M. train and via Newport Newa and
J. & O. ateamer. >
Passengers can remaln at Ocean View
uly aith untll 8:30 P. M.
ipeolul 4th July Schedule Ttetiirnln.gi
Leave Norfolk 4 and 9 P. M. .
. Leave Old Point 4:30 and 9:30 P. M.
Leavo Newport Newa 6:05 and 10 P. M.
Arrlve Richmond 6:35 P. M. and 11:30
Tlcketa also sold l'or all tralna July
st, ?.A and 3d good untll July 4th.
To Old Polnt and Norfolk, ?3 round
To Cape Henry and Vlrglnla Beaoh.
3.25 rouad trlp. ' i
Rlchond. ln the case of the Western
State Hospltal Board vs. the General
Board of State Hospitala for tho in
R?Jth-.? tCa3.? 'nvolv?'l the power of the
Stato to take under acts of Leglsla
ll|.r"c?5 "OBanrl 1908 property wllled
by Sldney R Murkland. of Lynch?
burg to tho Western State Hospltal
the lncomo to be used to buy extraa'
f.f,Kt,h\,pat")ntB' and us? lt S
eatabllshlng a colony for oplleptlcs ln
Amhorst county, near Lynchburg
Judge Scott dld not rulo on the merlts
? i"J? F*8*' but that oourt has no
Jurlsdiot on. Unless set forward ?h?
a"";"' b" heard in Richmond ln
November. Tbo matter ls attractlnt.
great lnterest throughout the State
Spend the Fourth
Beach Park, West Point, Va,
Two jrpeclai trains via Southern Rall,
way. 50c round trip.
Gas Ranges are
the World's Best
The coolest?the safest?the
most effective?the most economi
Can't harm you, but save you
the worry over a hot stove.
Many styles. See them.
H. Grimmell's Sons,
304 E. Broad Street.
' Phone Mad! 2266.
Try It To-Day
ETTER THAN GOOi
SUIT SALE NOW ON AT
Madison S Haminiond's
May Manton Shoes
For pnrticular people, See 'om af
21 West Broad Street