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tity Jumped lo his dcnth, nnd lhat lf
those who are suppnseil to havo Jump
ed from thelr srats had remnlned stlll
nn one would have been kllled. Jor
dan gave lt ns his oplnlon thnt ths
flccldcnt, wns nnnvoldnblo. Thls opln?
lon, hflwevor, fnlled thorottghly to mit.
isfy the Jury, Judglng by thn verdlot.
Mr. "IlrlvInaalrk'a. .Stiiten.cnt.
Tho flrst wltness wns Mr. McKlsslelc,
^>ho had prepared a wrltten stntement,
Whlch was handed In nnd ndmltted ns
part of tho evldence. The ntnt)emont
"r wlsh to emphntlcnlly deny at tho
outset that I had anything to do Wlth
a.ny wlno supper on Thursday nlght,
or that I had nny knowledge of lt un?
tll I read tho paper on the followlng
mornlng. Abone fifteen minutes of 12
on Thursday nlgh*. I Jeft work, In
tendlng to go homo dlrectly. I met, ot)
Main Street. between Nlnth and Tcnth
Streets. Mr. E. S. Burwell, whom 1
had known for snme tlme, nnd wlth
whom I was In srhc-ol. Invited by Mr
Burwell to take a rlde wlth hlm In his
machine. I accepted, and, shortly nf'.)er
mldnlght, his car started off, nhen.l of
anoiher car whlch contnlned a number
of gentlemen, some of whom I met
but nono of whom I had ever seen be?
"AA'e proceeded ahead of tho other
ear. Mr. Burwell drlving, Mr. Ross slt?
tlng beside hlm. whlle I sat on tho
floor of the machine wlth my feet on
the step. We were ovormken by the
other car before we left the clty llm?
lts. Whon both cars reached tho be
glnnlng of the good rond part of the
Cary Street Raad, thero was a raco
between tho cars, whlch did not con?
tlnue all of the way. Both cars stjop
ped at tho forks of thc road near tho
Dnzpal Wlth Fenr.
"At Rlo A'Ista we then came uacK,
nothing navlni? been sald about raclng.
Mr. Burwell's rar was ahead. After
awhlle* Mr. Burwell's car took a pnth
very close to thc slde of the road, nnd
he swerved U bnck tJiward the betier
part of the rond. As he did lt, the
other car smnshed Into us, the two
cars strlklng nt an angle.
"I had no Idea the other car was so
close behind ours. I was completely
dazed with fear, and remember nothing
except that our car seemed to skld half
way around. AA'hen It had nearly stop
ped, I jumped to the ground. I saw
the other car Rovernl yards ahead.1 I
thought somebody might be injured.
I looked and I saw a man lying over
in ihe draln. TI's face was bloody, but
in the dlm llght that was all I could
tell about hlm.
"I called the men ln tho other car
to come and gea hlm, and they came
to whero the man was. They dlsputed.
lt seems to me, thnt he was an occu
pant of their car. protestlng thnt H?M
lingsworth was tha man. They were
so posltlve abnut thls that I set out to
flnd Mr. HolllnaTFworth. I found hlm
not very far away. Ile was bloody In
the face. but was breathing stereorl
ously, and I thought hlm the lonst hurt
of the two. I stayed by hlm until the
firsfi man was put In the machine, and
then I helped put Holllngsworth ln.
"The car whlch contnlned thls man
was the flrst to get awny. AVe fol?
lowed, but the other car was golnq
at great speed, and lt was soon lost to
Able to Control Cnr.
Replylng tn the nuery, Mr. McKIs
slck said thnt the car was gninc
rnpidly, but that, not being Tamlllnr
wlth autcmohlles. he could not judge
at what spoed. "Ten milcs might seem
very fast to me." he said. Then Coro?
ner Taylor asked him the dlrect ques?
tion. if Burwell were drunk at tho
"Mr. Burwell hnd been drlnklng," thi
witners i-eplied. "but not to such an
extent as not to be cnpablo of eon
trolling the c-ir. 1 did not see :ilm
?rink. and he was not bolsterous. He
! was capable of cnntrolling the car."
He was unnble to tell cxactly how
the acclient bnppened, hut supposed
that it was beenuse the car he wns
In skidded on account of the muddl
?less of the road. ffe did not thfrl; tha*
Burwell was to blame. McKlssIck,
though only a wltness. was repre?
sented by Thomns P. Bryan. George
Wise represented Jordan. and Ia. O
tVendenburg represented Burwell. Nono
af the lawyors. however, had much to
say, as, accor.Ung to Coroner Taylor,
Inquests arn of not mii"h eff >-.-t ln
trlal proceedlngs. The main difference,
!>???. ??? suiu romark of
Mr. AVendenburnr's, being thnt, in a
coroner's inquest the truth is sought
tor. whereas In a trlal every effort is
tnade to suppr->ss the truth.
Thought Speed Hlmh.
J. AA'. Currie. of Fayettevllle, N. C,
who had been a passenger In the car
from whlch Deputy met his death, was
the n?xt witners. Ile said that he left
311berfs Hotel at 11:45 o'clock, and
was called by Captaln Holllngsworth,
who Invited him to tnke a rlde. Ha
wa-s introduced to Jordan, but Captaln
Holllngsworth was thc only man hu
Coming back. ho sald that the front
Car U'rr.ed to /ih_, left. whlch caused
\he cMUston... I^a satvf that the speed
Now and again you see two women pass
ing down the street who look like sisters.
You are astonished to learn that they are
mother and daughter, and you rcalizc that
? woman at forty or fo'rty-fivc ought to be
?t her finest and f.irest. Why isn't it so?
The general heaith of woman is so in
timately associated with the local heaith
of the essentially feminine organs that
there ca. be no red cheeks and round
form where thcrc .is female weakness.
Women who have suffered from
this trouble have found prompt
rclief and cure in the use of Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It gives vigor and vitality to tha
organs of womunhood. It olears the contplexion, brightens tha
eyes and reddens the checks.
No alcohol, or habit-forming drugs is contained in "Favorite Prescription.??
? Any siok womnn may consult Dr. Pierce by letter, free. Every letter is
held as sacredly confidenti-!, and onswercd in a plain cnvelopc. Address t
World's Dispensary Medical Association, Dr. R.V. Pierce, Prcs., Kuffulo, N.Y,
Only Three More Days Left
To Take Advantage
of the Great
Pitts Furniture Co.'i
Broad Street Store Oniv,
THE PITTS FURNITURE CO, Inc,
117 West Broad.
| H. W. BARBEE, Manager.
Vacation is nearly over.
Now books take the place
of "bats," studies replace
"stunts" but we hope not
The youth that over
studies is often in the end
worse off than the boy who
the most powerful factor for
success in life.
Here are the new fall suits
for work and play, for school,
home and campus.
Raincoats and Reefers for Boys,
Girls and Misses?$3.50 to $10.
?as between twenty-flve and flft;
llles an hour. lt was, ln his oplnloi
olced earnestly, too fast for comfor
liough he refused to admlt that th
rlvii.g was reckless. Ile did not thm
hat tho drlver (Jordan) was lntoxl
ated. Jordan reversed his machin
I'hen he saw tlio lmpendlng collisioi
lo said that he himself did not at
end any rirlnking party.
The evldence, as given, was ratbo
Isjolnted, owlng to the frequent ques
lonlng and to the fact that the wit
es-ses had frequently to stop whll
he juror who was actlng ns a long
u-ind stenographer put tho evldcnc
own ln black and wiiitc.
Mr. Currie, conttoulng, sald that Y
Id not think it Ha?,\ under the exlsi
ng conditions, to drive so fast. Tl
econd car, lic sald, was thlrty or fort
ards in the renr when the car ln froi
uddenly turned across the road. Thf
he two cars colllded. Ho sald th:
ordan reversed his car and that
oboundeci ten or twelye feet. lf tl
arty had kept Its seats, the wltne;
verred, no one would have been hur
tut he couldn't say whether Pepui
umped from the car or was throw
ut. He sald that the cars wero rui
Mr. Ilurvrell Te.stinrn.
E. S. Burwell was called. As ho
nJer arrest, Coronor Taylor Informi
im that he need not tell anything
e so deslred, but Mr. AVendenljur
afved the technicallty, and told li
Itnoss to go ahead wlth his story.
The wltness aaid that his home
?Ith nn unclo in Charlotte, N. C, ai
tat he had been ln Hlchmond, o
nd on, for a. month and a half. I
_iil he was comparatlvely famllif
Ith tho road on which the accidei
ccurred, Havlng been over lt mai
Deputy was In tho rear car. li
)Uld not say whether death had bet
ifltantanoous. ile helped placo tl
3d y ln tho car. Then ho told <
ie supper, which was had at rtueger'
e sald tliat two bottlos of champagi
ere served to the party, whlch li
uded Ros.S, Holllngsworth. Deputy, I)
Talbott and hlmself. The supper was
an hour or two before the accldent. No
other liquor, he stated. was served at
the supper. He had taken a drlnk of
whiskey during the afternoon, but
dicln't thlnk he drank any more after
thc supper up to the accident. He said
he could remomber everything:,
Then the witness descrlbed how the
accldent hoppened. He sald that he
was so anxlous to keep to hls side of
the road that he got lnto some soft
mud and the machlne began to slip
from slde to side. to wobble. Not
knowlng that the other machlne wns so
close behlnd, he headed for ihe mld
dle of tho road to get hls car out of
the mud, nnd then came the collislon.
He said that at the racing the hlghest
speed malntained was thirty-flve mlles
an hour, but that, on the return trln
to Richmond the speed was not more
than twenty mlles an hour. He was
not racing nt tho tlme of the accldent.
Deputy .Vot Drunk.
Lacy G. Ross, of Richmond. also a
passenger ln the second car, was tho
next witness. Ho stated that he at?
tended the supper, and sald that Dep?
uty took some champagne, but was not
lntoxlcated. He had known Deputy six
years and had never known him to
tako a drlnk before. Ilo* didn't thlnk
that B.iirwell was drunk, nor was Jor
dan lntoxlcated, in his oplnlon. Tho
latter, sald tlio witness. took only a
1111lo. Tlio speed on tho roturn trip, he
said, wns not more than fifteen or
twenty i.illes nn hour, nnd ho dld not
regard It as dangorous.
Thc last wltness wns George II. Jor?
dan, driver of the second car, who Is
also under arrest. Ho also wns at tho
supper, and drank a small portion of two
glnsscs of champngne. The only other
drlnk he took durlng the day was a
glass of beer nt hls regular supper.
He sald he was going at a speed of
elghtoen mlles an hour before the front
car slowtd down, whon ho slowed
down, too. Ho said he began slowlng
down sevonty-Mve yards from the polnt
whero tho accldent occurrod. Ho sald
he supppsed that Burwell would con?
tinue ln thc dlrectlon ho wns runnlng.
When he saw collislon impindlng hu
applled the broke,
?Iiininod <>r Fell.
More lmportant was hls stntoment
tliat ho had plenty of room to pass
botwetn Burwall's car nnd the extreme
left of the road, and thnt the collislon
was so sllgnt as not to havo resultert
so disastrou.ly in itself. But the door
of his car was open or suddenly
opened, und was smaslicd by contact
wlth n ccdar post. Hc could not tell
whether Deputy jumpod, but, as ha
turnod to look at a fence he was pass?
lng, he notlced a dark object pass by.
which afterwards proved to be Deputy.
Deputy war, slttlng ln th_ mld.le scat,
nnd, thoreforo, would have had to pass
Holllngsworth lf ho jumpod first. as
Wltness sald that Deputy had s-.poker.
to him beforo tho accldent of Hls fear
of autnmobiles. ulthough ho owned one
"If thoy hnin't Jumpod," sald Jor?
dan, "all would havo boen safe. The
accldent wns unavoldabl.."
Police Chlef Acqulttcd.
[Speclal toThe Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
FayetteviUe, N. C, September 3.?
W. II. Russell, chlef of police of Rad
ford, who was tried here In tho Supor
lor Court for tho ktlling of a negro
whlle reelstlng arrest, wns acqultted,
the jury being out only a short tlmo.
Fdrccnsti Virglnia nnd Xorth Cnro
llnii?Unsettled wcntlier Sunday nml
Mmiilny, -ivlth probably -hoiversj llght
to ntoilcrntc mouiIi wliidx.
Falr. Thermometer at mldnight, 70.
COXniTIO.VS IX IMI'OHTAXT CITIE
(At. 3 P. M, Eastern Standard Time)
Place. Ther. H. T. Weather.
Tampa . 83
| Ralelgh . 70
Charlotte . 76
Norfolk . 7S
Washington .... 7G
Jaoksonvllle _ SO
New Orleans,... 82
Atlanta . 71
Moblle . 80
Augusla . 71
AuhoyiUo . 72
.Savannah . 80
Key West. 81
Chlcago . 8o
Plttsburg . 7ii
Boston . 60
Wilmington _ 78
New \'ork. 70
Atlantlc City- 7 2
Kansas . 72
LouisvtUe . 74
Memphls . 82
Kiioxvlllo . 70
September 4, 1010,
SUn vises_ 6:48 HIGH TIDR
Sun sets. 0:35 Morning."... 5:03
Moon aets... 7:SJ5 Evenlng..,. 6;25
III m AGAINST
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of cnngrosslonnl nomlnatlon to AVllllam
A. Young. Many Democrats nre out ln
open revolt.'and say they wlll not sup
port Young nt tho November electlon.
A big mass-nieotlng In tho Academy
of Music. Is plnnncd for next Raturday.
Then tho cltizens nsscinbled wlll pro
clalm the nomlnatlon of Harry L. May?
nard. Thls ls belleved to bo tho first
of a series of lndlgnatlon mentlngs in
A call for the Suffolk meeting, slgn?
ed by thtrty-four pornons, and contnin
Ing tho names of Mayer John B. Nor
flcot nnd other ofllclals, was 'ssued to
nlght. The bellef Is expressed ln tho
statement that Maynard was honcstly
nomlnnto-.l August .3. and tlu Dlstrlct
Commlttee is crltlcized on nccount of Its
decislon of nward withoi t Investiga?
tlon. Fr.iuti is charged ln tho clty nnd
county of Norfolk. Mr. Young wlll
mako his oponlng campaign addross ln
MEANS INTERURBAN LINE
Southern Powcr Compnny Tnkes Over
ffreenvllle Trnctlon Conipn'ny,
Greenvllle, S. C, September 3.?Fol?
lowlng tho nnnounccment hero to-day
'of tho purchnso of the Greenvllle Trnc?
tlon Company and Electric Llght Com?
pnny, local holdings of the American
Pipe CompnnV. by the Southern Power
Company, lmpo.Unnt devolopmohts havo
taken place in tho Greenvllle, Spartan
?iurg and Anderson Railway, which ln?
dicate that tho lnterurban trolley line
will bo pushed through at onco.
The purchase prlce of the plants here
is understood to have been $500,000.
At a meeting of the directors of the
Greenvllle, Spartanburg and Anderson
Railway, held in New York to-day,
the capltal stock of tho railway com?
pany was increased to $2,000,000, and
lt ls understood that the Greenvllle
Traction Company wlll be taken over
by tho lnterurban. It was also stated
that contracts for grading and oriuip
ment are to be given Immedtately for
thls trolley line, and that tho work of
construction from Belton, the present
terminus, to Grenvllle, be cominenced
at onco. The coneern ls controlled by
the Duke lnterests.
Suniiner School Close*.
[Speclal to Tho Times-Dispatch.]
Harrlsonburg, Va., September 3.?
The sumrner speclal term of the Stato
Normal School closed yesterday. The
regular term wlll begln September 27,
when an enrolmont of 200 ls antlcl
pated. The girls come principally from
the A'alley and Southwest A'trslnia.
[Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
Drake's Branch, A'a., September .".?
lnvltatlons are out for the marriage of
B. S. Tlndor. of New York, to Miss
Florence J. Wood, of Richmond, to
take place In tho Mothodist Church.
Drake's Branch, on Wednesday attor
noon, September 7, at 5 o'clock.
Clty people love music, but as
clty sumrner business ls at a
standstlll, wo offer threo bar
gainB. The Planos wlll bo placed
in tho countrv homes before any
money is pald. Guarantee com?
Wrlto now?TO-DAY. AVe'll ex
plaln. Long dlstance 'phono our
Lee Fergusson Piano Co.,
119 East Broad Street. "
W. E. Tanncr. John F. Tanner
PAINTS, STAINS, BRUSHES
,-/?>- THE ORIGINALS,
gg 1419 East Mnin Stroot.
r Phones Madi.on 39? snd 1797
Bassetf W. Hough,
Rc.sldenee Stu.lio. 1210 Floyd Avenue,
Phone Madlson 5304 J.
Ground work in organ pedal tech
nlque taught with the uso of pedal
plano, which may be rented for dally
1017 Floyd Avenuo.
Miss Edith Snellihgs
SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
-OPI'hV.S SKt'TIJMIll'.U _i, 1010,
Spcclui ntteiitlon to publlti school
1100 IIAI.MlUIUCaL-5 STRI.I-T,
._ Soittll Uli limoilll.
On Soptember 15th I shall resumc
at rny home, 2713 East Broad Street.
Those desirine, to enroll will do well to
call and see me as early as possible.
MISS FANNIE BRISTOW.
IN GREAT MEET
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chlne. escaplng Injiiry. iTTs blplano,
however, wns bndly wrcckod,
A drlzzllng raln wns Jn prngross
durlng all of tho afternoon nights,
nnd tho crowds Wero Ieaving whon
Ornhame-Whlto catno oul a second
time ln hls Blerlor for what provod
to bo a sensatlonnl hlght. ln a throo
lap flight Mr. Whlto dld tho fivo nnd
a qunrter mllos Jn slx mlnutoa nnd
flve seconds, the bost spood of tho
Summarlzing tbo events ot tlio day,
thero was ono cntry ln tho bomb
tlropplng contest, two for speed, threo
for enduranco, nnd thren for dlstanco,
over a course whlch wns Aie 8Jid
thrce-quartors mllos In length.
Mr. Whlto dld somo remarkable
tvork ln tho bomb dropplng contest,
luttlng two of hls ten shots lnto the
'unnols of tlio model baUleshlps, whlje
ill but ono of hls othor shots dropped
>n some portion of tho battleship'.
uirfnce. He dld tho ton lups In thlrty
liiniitos nnd forty-llvn seconds.
In tho speed contest Wlllard made
ho flrst lap in 3:08 4-5, tho second in
1:45 1-5, and tho third ln 2:12 2-5.
iVhltc's totnl for tho throo lnps war.
iJ-2 mlnutes, whlch gave his Blerlot
irst plnco ln the evont of tho day.
fohnstono cnslly secured lirst place ln
10th tho ontlurance nnd dlstance
?vents wlth hls twenty-two laps of tho J
oursei hls tlmo ln tho alr being j
:20:13, nnd hls dlstance traveled, j
8 1-2 mlles. Brooklns was socond |
rlth eleven laps, remalnlng ln tho alr .
orty-slx mlnutes and four seconds,'
overlhg 19 1-4 mlles. J
White wns third In both contosts, ?
.-ItIi ten laps ln thlrty mlnutes forty- |
ve seconds for the 17 1-2 mlU-s.
Under the system of polnts whlch
,?111 prevall through the meet, the men
ave thc following standlng to-nlght:
Whlte, 9; Johnstone,'4; Brooklns, 2;
VIORANE MAKES NEW RECORD
n Monnplnno Altnln* llolulit of S.471
Feel?Xnrrnwly Encnpcs Accldent.
Deauville, France, September 3 ?
,eon Morane, tho darlng French av?a
->r, to-day made a _en_atlonal monn
lane night, ecllpsing hlB own world's
ecord for altltude by flylng to a
elght of 2.F.S2 metres (S.471 feet). Tbe
revious altltude record was 7,052 feet,
lade by hlmself last Monday at the
lavre aviatlon meeting- Just whon the
viator reached hls hlghest mark tho
lotor of the machlne suddenly stopped,
fter which the monoplane began a
?>ng and remarkable plane toward tho
arth. Tho hird-man plunged down
?ard at a tremendous rate, and reach
a the ground a dlstance of two kllo
letres (1.24 mlles), from the Aero
The huge crowd that had gathered
n the aviatlon flcld to wltness the
Ight saw Morane planing downwanl
?ll'h frightful rapldlty. and it *\
sared that the avlator had met wlth
n accident. Several automoblles were
Ispatc'ned hurrledly to tho placo
-h'jre lt was expected ihe machlne
?ould bo dashed to pieoes. Mbraoe
?as found dazed, but not hurt, ln the
?at of ihe undamaged monoplane.
olding a rarometer In his hand. He
xplalned that he Ind tried wlthout
uccesa to agaln start the motor, end
nat the veloclty of lh" deacenl caused
ttacks of nausoa and maddenlng hain
lering of the ear drums. while the
lolent gusts of wlnd through whlch
c passed threatened to capslze ti'.e
raft. NeverthelesH. he controlled the
laehine ln Its wild flight, and was
ble at the last moment to riarrowly
vold a barbed wlre fence. and i_nd
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?ith our great and growlng nciifhbor
i the North.
"Tn addltSon, lt was of very real im
ortance to provlde, as tlio present
iriff does provlde, for proper treat
lent of the Phlllpplnos."
Mayor Smith was present to intro
uce tho colonel to the tpeoplc of Iowa.
here was a great domonstratl'in.
olo'nel Roosevelt iead wlth Inbereet
)-day the statement issued by Wll
am Barnes, Jr.. of Albany, N. V..
rltlclzing him for his Western
le-eches, whlch, Mr. Barnes said. "havo
:artled all thoughtful men and iir.
rcssed them wlth tho danger whlch
es ln his politlcal ascondnncy."
"I think there ls soincthlng porfoot
? dcllclous," sald the colonel, "ln the
lea of Mr. Barnes flylng to the de
?nso of the Supremo Court and right
PnsMcs Through Kotir States.
The colonel passed through parts ot
mr States to-day. and cverywhere
ong tho Unc of travel he was re
sived by enthusiastlc crowds. Start
ig from Omaha early ln thc dny, he
?ossed lnto Iowa, and thonce ncross /
irner of Mlnnesota Into South Dako
u Tho peoplo turned out wlth bands
nd flags to welcome him, and he made
leech after speech from the rear plat
irm, telllng hls hearers about his po
tical ideals and hls vlews as to good
At Sloux City he left hls car to
icak ln a baseball park. whlch was
ot largo enough to hold all who
anted to hear hlni. From somo of
io smaller towns, whero no stop by
ie speclal traln was scheduled, tele
rams were sent. ahead telllng Colonel
oosevelt that people wore waiting at
ie station, and he stopped for a few
liuutes to talk and shako hands. Tho
eople who had one or more bables
rought them along, and the colonel
ever failed to speak about tjiem, and
rged the duty of attention to "tho
?op of chlldren."
The people of Sloux Fnlls had mado
reat preparatlons to rocelvo Colon?l
oosevelt, and tho plans went through
1th a dash whlch kept the colonel
nsy. Peoplo from many mlles around
Lmo to tlds city to attend tho cele
ratlon. Tho streets wero a mass of
avlng (lags und buntlng, and pictures
t Roosevolt fllled tho wlndows and
Dnted from wlros hung across tho
mdwnys. Indians, dressod ln nll tnoir
iy nnory, mlnglod wlth tho crowds of
rmnilc ut Sloux FnllM.
Thore wns a pnriulo at Sloux V alls
3 soon ns Colonol RnoseVolt~?n'lvod.
ho prowd almost swauipoil tho police,
nd cheered continuously, After tho
nrade tho colonel wns taken to a
ugo clrcus tent. whlch hnd beon set
p In u pquaro ln tho mlddlo of tho
ty, to mnko hls spoeeh. When the
ilpn.pl apponred on a platform, a roar
t clieors biirst out, whlch lnsted for
Colonol Roosevelt's speech nt Sloux
Ity, ln which he referred to the Taft
iministratlon, was wrltten on the
?aln thls morning, after the colonel
ld a long talk with Senator Dolliver,
?ho was on the trai? wlU_ him.
Four hundred porsons attended a
llnner, whlch wns glvon to Colonel
toosovclt th|s ovenlng. The colonol
s spendlng tho nlght here, nnd wlll
eavn In the mornlng for Fnrgo, N. D?
vhero ho Is to .nttend a Labor Day
olebratlon on Monday nnd dollvor an
Dr. \ntlnitil.-l Dulniir.v.
[Speclal to Thn Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
Bristol, Va? Heptombor 3,?Dr. Na
hanlel Dulanoy, for tiiany yoars prom
tient ns a physlcian In Bristol and
,'ast TcnnoHsec, dled to-day, nged sov
nty-Hlx. Ho reprnsonted .Sulllvan
ounty and Bristol in tho TonneHseo
?oglslnturo slx years, and served ono
jrm as prosldont of tho Tonnoaseo
tato Modlcal Hoclcty.
Miss Mllilred EcIioIh.
[Spoclal to Tho Tlnios-nispatch.]
..?"? asgow, Vn? Hoptembor 3.?Miss
Udred fOchols, the only daughter of
lr. and Mrs. Ernest Echnls, and a cous
i Of thc Hon. Edward Echolfl, ot
taiinton, dled at thc homo of her pn
3nts on Tuesday, after an Illness of
month from typliold fover, nnd was
iirled ln tho "Oid Pnxton Cemeterv,"
oarGIasgow. The funornl and burlal
>rv!oes wero conductod'by Rov. E. U.
nead. rector of tho Episcopal Church
Miss Kchols Ih survlved bv her pa
(nts and elght brothers. who wero tlio
owcr-bearers at her funeral.
' AV. .1, Tjsoii.
[Spoclal to Tho TImes-DlRpatch.]
Charlottesvllle. A'n., September 3.?
ho romalns of W. J. Tyson, who dled
Us mornlng ln Provldenco Hospltal,
?Ht_-l'}R,on' P_ S" Wlll reach Char
ittesvlllo on tho 2 o'clock train to-mor
>w aftcrnoon nnd the funeral wlll
ilce place from the dopot, wlth thc ln
._n.ontJ.n nivervlow Cemetery, As a
lbllc ofTlcer, cltlzen and mnn of busl
EINSON?Dicfl, September 3, 1010, nt
6:3!> A. M? MARIE HENRIETTA
FREDERICKA HE1NSON. at her
resldence, 702 AA'est Carv Street,
aged slxty-two years. She leaves
four daughters?Mrs. I_ K. Ward,
Misses Madeline, Dora. Babye, and
one grandchlld?Cnthorlno Loulse
AVard; also one slster?Mrs. Magda
Koppelman, of Chicago, III. -
"Aslecp In Jesus."
Funeral from St. John's German
r.utheran Church, Elghth and Mar?
shall, TUESDAY, nt 4 -. M.
OBERTSON?Dled. at his home, 2412
AVest Cary Street. on the lfith of
August, MR. W. LINEWOOD ROB
ERTSON. aKed thlrty-slx years, h.-.v
lng been sufferlng a long time wlth
that fatal disease tuberculosls. He
llved a eonslstent Chrlstlan life, nnd
dylng, gave evldence that his trust
was In the One who died to save:
whose presence would lllumlne for
hlm the dnrk valley. AVlth Chrlstlan
reslgnatlon he horo hln long suffer?
lng. and feellng he could not re
cover, he contlded his nll to God,
who doeth nll things well, and. wlth
the blessed asnurance of a glorlous
Immortallty, passed nv.-ny, his de
parture being ns tranqtill as an In
fnnt, leavlng n devoted wlfe nnd
threo llttle chlldren. whose Irrep/rn
ble loss hns been his eternal galn
By his Mother.
MRS. I. D. GAX.E.
rKINSON? The funeral of MISS IDA I o
M. ATKINSON will take place from i v
Bllley'fl undertaklng pnrlors THIS u
(Sunday) AFTERNOON at 4 o'clock. l'
_EN"T?In memorv of our beioved
husband and father, JOHN F.
BLUNT. who dled ono year ago to
In the graveyard. softly sleeping,
Where the flowers gently wavo.
I.les the one we love sr, gently,
In his cold and silent gravo.
How we miss you;
Miss you more than wc can tell:
Every hour and day that pa3ses
Bring us nearer you to dwell.
Frlends may think we soon forcet
And our wounded hearts be healcd
But they llttle know the sorrow
That's wlthln our hearts concealed,
Farewell, alns; our dear father;
Thy form 1U>S cold and stlll;
Thy death has eaused a vaeant plaos
Thls world can never flll.
BV HIS WIFE AND CHILDREN.
^ESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT
WALTEIt 1). BUCI-.
Whereas, ln t.ie wisdom of Al- | ,,
mighty God, He has seen tlt to re
move from our mldst our well-be
lovrd brother and co-worker. AVAL
D. Bl'CK. and while we bow in hum
ble submlsslon to our Heavenly
Falher's wIU, stlll wo can but moui'n
with those who mourn, and weep
wlth those who weep; therefore, be it
Rcsolved, That iu tlie lrreparablo.i
loss of Brother Buck, we havo lost a j
falthful and valuable orncer, a truo L.
and loval frlend nnd Odd-Fellow. a ?'
devoted Christian, and a tender hus- | F
band and father. whose dally walksjb
through llfe fully demonstrated the | j.
pure man nnd the llfe he llved on
this earth; be lt further
Rcsolved, That a copy of thls me?
morlal be fnrv.-arded tn the family
of our deceased brother, a copy be | d
spread upon tho minutes of thls!:,
lodge, and a copy be sent to tho
Richmond Tlnies-Dispatch for one v
publlcatlon; and, further, that our R
charter bo drapciJ ln mourning thlrty l
J. B. SMITH.
H. XV. ELLETT,
L. H. DREAV,
tMSTRONG ? PEPLE ? Married. ln
AVashtngton. D. C, Thursday, Sep?
tember 1, 1910, MR. JAMES ARM
STRONG and MISS LOUISE
LOAVNDES PEPLE. The ceremony
was performed by Rev. Donald Mc?
'IRST BAPTIST CHURCH (BROAD AND
.?eif th Streols).?Tho pastor. Itov. GEO.
McDANlEL, D. D.. wlll preach at 11 A.
and S:lo P. M. Sunday School (A. AV.
tter.on, Supt.) 9:_0 A. M. A weleome to
IALED PROPOSALS AVILL BE RE
celved by the Board of Supervisors of
the county of Henrico un to noon of
tho 6TH DAY OF SEPTEMBER. 1010.
for ftirnlshlng coal at tho courthouse
ind almshouse. Stato prlce per ton
lellvered at tlio courthouse and
Hmshouse, whlch is located on tlio
S'lne-Milo Road, one nnd one-half
inllos from tho clty; also stato prlco
rt the yard for so much coal as may
iie needed at tho almsnpuse. Quan?
tity probably needed from 50 to 100
tons of i.nthraclto, 50 tons of steam
>oal and 15 tons of soft eoal. Tho
rlght reservod to re.icet any or nll
qcoo Zsttjor CIa__ificaticw.
SPLEND.D HOUSE ON"' "cLAY
Streot, near St. James, for sale or
rent to colored peoplo; choap. Call
)OMS FOR RENT ON 1600 BLOCK,
West Grace Streot; sultahlo for gqp.
tlemon or nursos; board convenlont.
Address L. T. AA'., care Times-DlB
ISIRABLE ROOMS, FURNISHED OR
jnfurnished; wlth or wlthout board;
513 South Third Street. Telephone _
itodlson .07-1* l*
A CABLFAD EVERY DAY
There ls no reason why any
one should not buy the best.
is a superior lnstrument from
.very polnt of view, a state?
ment we can and will cheerfully
srovc. A demonstratlon every
31_ ?. llriimt
less. Mr. I ynon's record wns a lonnr
nd honorablo ono. He was born in
vheellng, \\ Va.. ln 1839. and after
lornpletinghls educatlon went to Baltl,
tiore, where he engaod In the mercan
lle business. Ho remalned there for
wenty-tlve years; nnd ln 18C9 came to.
hurlottesvllle, where he entered bUHi
iess. For twelve years he was a mem
?er of the City Councll, and wns on?
f the most ardent workers ln that
ody, Ho was a director of tho Albe
narlo Telephone I'ompany and presl-i
ent of tho Rlverview Cemetery Com
any. He wns a member of tho Ma
ons, Royal Arcanum nml thc Knightsf
Ilr. .1. S. SrUrrn.
[Speclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
Harrisonburg, Va? September 3.?Dr.
. .S. Sellers. forty-two years old. dled.
ist nlght at Weyer's Cave of abscesa
f the brafn. after an lllness of a vear.
"irlng the past slx weeks he had boen.
nder the surgeon. knlfe elght times.
Ie was a nntlve of AugUdta county,
nd fifteen years ago he was Instru
lental in establishlng thj> town o.
\ eyers Cave. He lenves hl. wlfe. whe
-as Mlss Roae Rool; three chlldren??
ouise, Sadie and Helen?and n broth
r. Wllllam Sellers, of Waynesboro. H?
elongeri to the Reformed Church.
Mr*. HiiIipm 11. Ftimuin,
[Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
Ralelgh, N. f.V. Sepiomlwr 3.?Ther.
?as condurted from the Church of tlio
?oo<\ Shepherd thls morning at 10
clork tho funeral of Mrs. Furman. of
/aMilnyton, D. C, v.-ldow of Hon. Rob
rt M Furman. former State Audltor of
Tth Carolina, nnd well knownn ews
aper man. he having h?en edltor of
ie Mornlnir Poat. Ralelgh, at the tlmo
f hls death. Mrs Furman dled ln
."a.'.hlngton Thursday. and tho body
rrlved horc on an earlv morning traln
)-day. The Interrnent waa bv the sldo
f her hueoa.d ln Oakwood <'?meterv.
LOW (-(H.O.Ms-r itl!
i t<> bei
laho. Alberta. Britlsh I'olumbla and
ther States aml Provlncea in the West
nd Northwcat. call on or -.vrite to
. II. Bosley, Dlatrlct Pnssenger Agent.
orfolk and Western Hr.ihv.iv. S3S East
!aln Street. Rlchmond. Va. Speclal
iw rates may rov he obtained.
To Niagara Falls
The Richmond, Fredericksburg and Po
unac Railroad is now advertising its
jpular excursions to Niagara Falls. These
ips are made on designatcd dates, special
ains being operatcd from Washington
i Niagara without change, Ruund trip
om Richmond $15.00 for a seventccn
iys' stay. For iiiformation and des
iptive ^nattcr apply to any R., F. ei P.
:ket agent or \V. P. Taylor, Traffic Man
;rr, Richmond, Va.
io thing Succeeds
That nothing succeeds like success waa
rmly bclieved by the proprietors of the
jchmond Distilling Company when they
egan to make old "\'irginia Corn whis
cy. They use the nest corn nnd make
Othing but thq best whiskey. They store
lis away in wood until it gets ffom eighc
> ten years old. Then it ;s put up in the
istillery, free from dnctoring, in conven
nt size packages and shipped every
liere. Write for youra at once. You
:t the best this way. Address Station
5ept, Oct. and Win
er Resort. Land of
ivergreens by the
Very popular and excellent hotel.
.ooms single or en stiite; liot and cold
ater baths. Boating, fishing, surf bath
ig, automobiling. Rates, S5.00 to $10.00
eek. Routq via Old Point or Norfolk,
ape Charles and Keller Station. Book
ts. A. II. G. MEARS,
Wachapreaguo, Eastern bhore, Va.
Vhen Burglars Come
n ordinary safe or a bureau drawer
re thought by somo to be enough
rotectlon in "ordlniiry" clrcum
But burgalra come, fires occur,
hen least cxpec ted. Then you wish
ra had placed your money or vul
abjo papers or jewelry with us,
on't put it off a day longer.
ipltal, Surplus & Proflts, $1,500,000
rite for booklet, "Banklng by Mall."