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TO HUG THEM ALL
Lucille LaVerne Just That
tilad to Open Summer Stock
at Academy of Music.
TO PUT ON NEWSPAPER PLAY
"The Fourth Estate" .Selected as
Opening Attraction on
Lucin? LaVerne, htndlng a company
Of her own. will he Hie leading woman
In stock at the Academy, beginning
Monday, May t;. it had been planned
to begin the ensau -incut next Monday,
but owing to previous bookings the
Academy could ivt be secured until de?
However. Miss La Verne, who is bj
no means a stranger tu Richmond, u
no idler, and rather than wait even
?or n minute, Blic determined to put oi?
lier opening iierformnnco at tho Bijou
next Monday night. For the- first w:ek
Miss LaVi rn< lias chosen a play of bet
own making. "Anne- Boyd," in which
rlie has scored a distinct suecesi; ur.de:
?,h> Schubert management.
Standing on the stage of th.? Acad- j
on;y yesterday afternoon, snrro.?r.d?d j
by her company, in the iirst throes oi
rehearsal, Miss LaVerne told something
of her plans. "You ses," she said. "I |
just had to come bnck to Richmond.!
One never knows wliat it Is that at-;
tracts one or holds one to a certain
place. On the road the impressions one;
gets are- so kaleidoscopic, the changOS'
so rapid, the opportunities for studying]
the people and local conditions so few,I
that the average actor rarely knowB
?what city he is in unless something
out of the ordinary happens to biiiig,
?S name before him. :
I.lad to Gel Here. fl
"To me Richmond his meant so much.,
3 have- known and still know so many i
very dear people here, have- met with so;
much succ;ss here and have had my
poor efforts so highly praised that by i
adoption at least 1 feel as If Richmond |
is my home, and It will be. if > >u
folks arc good enough to adopt me I
When I was here with Larry Giften ? I
you know Mr. Giften, of course?l llrsi I
began to know all of tluse delightful I
P< ople, and I have never spent a inor? I
3>lea?ant summer anywhere. It was j
then that I made up my mind that if 1 j
ever got the chanc? I was coming back!
with a company of mi" own.
When Mr. Wells suggested a stock
< iigagemenl for the Academy it near!}
took my breath away. Here was glvis
in?, without effort, on opportunity to de
something toward which I had been |
striving, oh, for a number of years
Without undue- haste?I didn't want!
i ven Mr. Welis to know how anxious ,
3 was to como?1 agreed, and these." i
waving her hands and pointing out 1
the numbers of the company, "ar<
what 1 brought with me. We are now
rehearsing my play. 'Anne Boyd,' which
J dramatized from the book of the same
I ime. We will produce this play nt
t he Rl.lou next wo;k. after which we
Will come buck here to the Academy,
which will be our home for the sum?
'After 'Anne Boyd' 1 have deter?
mined to give the people of Richmond
ft chance to witness the Patterson
drama of newspaper life. 'The Fourth
Estate.' You must know that play,
OUgh 1 understand it has never been
to Richmond. It's all about the news?
paper garni, Its temptations, its hurry
and scramble nfter tho news, and a
real, sure-enough newspaper 1? printed
eui the stage while the public looks on
f.nd sees th? wheels go around.
Virginia fllrl In t'onipnny.
'Tor the third week 1 haven't quite
decided. However, It is not going to
be hard, for I have my choice of ..11 the
Vest and highest prlod royalty ploys
on the market. Personally I think it
well to offer serious plays white the
weather is yet cool, and as it grows
warmer to put on the warm weather
variity of offerings, such as 'Mrs. Tem?
ple's Telegram' nnd other light come?
dies aml_ farces.
'? ?:-; ;h - ?r.'-'-.t T am hardly In
for the Use
"Records that end -with the month or
year do not need as good cards as perma?
Let use decide you.
But always remember that we first
made cards for business-.?
we make most of them;?
we make them best.
D. S. WILLIAMS. S.U. Ai?t
Manufacturing Distributors of
Cud and Illing systems Office, library and bank equipmeut
Unit card and filing cabinets in wood and sled
1218 Mutual Building.
|T TIMES-DISPATCH, APRIL 23rd
&h:-iZL-:^ -,. oATt.s -coHSTiTirrr. 'a^ety;;,.-V^-/.4:'-. '
Tbil newspaper bit beta seleclrd as the ooe paper in Ibii cily lor (be
adranea rompllinentar? distribution of tbla great work.
The $12 Set
Above coupon with five others of consecutive ditcs, i
Presented at this office with only the necessary promo- 3
lion and expense items of distribution, amounting to a <j
t<,t?l of $l.')8 (which includes freight from factory, <
tlerk hire, checking, wrapping, and all other expense <
items), will secure this complete set for you if pre- <
sented before thit complimentary edition is exhausted, at which time '
the national canvass will i>e started at its regular installment price o:
$12 per tet. See illustration and full description in the display announce?
ments printed daily. Mail orders filled under the same offer if you
will pay express charKcs upon receipt of >e.i Only one complimentary
bet can be allowed for any one family.
H lucher Oxford
Give the same fine leather which goes
into Hanau Shoes to the Ordinary
shoemaker and he can't produce the
Hanan Shoe, for behind every Hanau
Shoe is the experience of making (un?
shoes for over half .1 century. The
"knowing how"' gives the lit. style
and comfort which makes wearing
them a pleasure.
O. H. BERRY & CO.
the mood to talk shop. I am so thor- |
otighly delighted to be back In this d<>- \
llghtful city that I just want to hug
everybody and everything. But you
know ws have an awful amount of
work to do. and that comes Mrst. We
will be rehearsing every , day fr:>m
now on. and It will he a full day's!
work, you can bet. You sec we poor
Stock people are always studying, We
nev;r get through. Now It's the play
for next week, and next week It will,
be tile play for tile week following.
So It goes. Yet I like It ? that Is. I like
it as long as the people like me."
The fifteen minutes' rest was over. !
ami the business-like .stage manager I
forgot everything except that rehtarsal
must go on. But it didn't go on until
pretty Miss Barke Palton. a native of
Richmond, and Miss UaVerne's leading
ingenue, made her appearance. Miss
Patton is a daughter of Colonel John |
M. Patton, of The Meadows, in Albe-*
marlo county. She Is so full of enthu- .
slasm. so spontaneous In her frank ad- 1
mission of her love for the stage, that,
long before this summer Is over siie ,
will b; one c.f the favorites. Good
looks plus ability make a strong com
lunation, and Miss Patton has the form- ;
It was only during the past wsek that
final arrangements for the summer'
stock were completed. It was thought'
even by the attaches of the Academy
that the house would bs closed after;
next Saturday. Naturally Manager;
Wise Is pleased, not only for himself,
but for his natrons, who would have
missed this yearly feature of the U8?
ally dull summer months. With Miss
La Verne as leading woman and a ca?
pable company, with cholcj plays as
! the offerings, the engagement should]
1 In. unusually successful.
Members of the stock company are:j
Miss Lucille LaVerne, Miss Parke!
Patton. Miss Julia NoV'.lle. Miss Donah!
Mem lino. Miss Virginia Reynolds, Mrs.l
Edith Beni lino, Mrs. E. K. Bender. W. S.
Thome, Hal Castle, P.unk Hamilton,!
Maurice Cass. Wade Scott, Howard A.I
Tcachout, J. ClcTicay Malhews, Thomas
Thomas. Lorlmer Johnstone is di- |
City In (.routed Kern Trial.
I Danville. Vs., April 2-.?In the Cor?
poration Court this morning, Judge it
W. Peatross. after hearing argument
on the motion of City Attorney
B. Walton Brown that the ver?
dict for .?.r..ono in the suit of J.
L. Cooks, administratrix, vs. the
.city be set aside, granted a new trial,
thereby nngullirig the former verdict
rendered several weeks air". The case
j has been tried twice, once by Judue
Harvey, with a Pittsylvnnla Jury, und
the second time by a Halifax lury.
DR. JAS. P. SMITH
Spring Meeting of East Hanover
Presbytery in Session at
Fredericksburg, Vn., April 2:.?East!
Hanover Presbytery begun its spring
meeting in tho Praabyterian Church in
tills city to-night, in tho absence ot
the moderator, Itcv. Russell Cecil, L>.
Ii.. Kev. J. V. Fair. D. D.. pastor of tho
Westminster Church, in Hlchinond, pre?
sided ?hJ preached tiie opening sermon,
II,- took ;ie Ills text EXOdUS ill. 2: "And
behold the bush burned with tire, and
:h.- bush was not consumed." L?r. Fair's
subject was the Indestructibility of the
church of God, and he presented this
truth in thi eloquent stylo tor which
he is so well known.
Rev. James rower smith. U. D., of,
Richmond, on the motion of ltcv. F. T.
McFaden, I'. D., was elected moUeralur
of tiie presbytery. Dr. Bmltta was for
many years lbs pastor of tho church
In which this meetlnu la b<ina held,
and hu Is still greatly beloved by thu
people of this city, as well as by his
i>. k. K.?oiig and ltcv. F. w. rhii
?ips. both of Richmond, wjro elected
assistants to the stated clerk of tiie
sresbytery, which ottlce is held by Itc-v.
IVUIInm s. Campbell. The session ot
the presbytery was closed by tli i ccle-!
-.ration of the Lord's Supper. This'
vas conducted by Drs. .Sliiilll and Fair.'
in addition to those already men?
tioned, there arc present from Hich
iioikI K v. J. Calvin Stewart. L>. D.,
/tev. 1>. Clay Llllle, D, D? Rev. A. I*
Phillips, Kev. John J. Fix, Rov. R B.
?ggleston, Rev. T, H. Bngllah, L>. D.,
?ev. T. 11 Kur. D. D.. luv. M. n. Por
er. 1?. K. Kellogg! \V. S. Khoads, F. >'. '
Acnnle, J. S. Haw, 1?. D. Talloy, H. V.
7aylor, Jr., and E. II. Lea.
ro-morrow niKiit th ? presbytery will
Oe given a reception by thn church in
;he buildings of the Fredencksburg
Jtldgs John T. Goolrick. of the Cor?
poration '"ourt of Frederlcksburg, who
aas been sick for several weeks, has
oeon taken to I)r. Smart's sanatorium.
hear Baltimore, to take a cuurae of,
J. F. Clark?, of Essex county, had!
two valuable horses killed by light-,
aing during a storm recently.
Ruppahannock Episcopal Convocation
will bo held at Kllmurnock, in Lan
oaster county, on Wednesday, Thurs
day and Friday of jtIlls week. Rev. U.
II. ?arber, U. D.. and llov. lt. J. Mc
Bryde, D D., of this oily, will attend.
Th: stockholders of the Prince Wil?
liam Horsemen's Association have
elected the following o?''.jrs for the'
ensuing year: M. C. Hazen. president;!
William E. Buckley, John \V. Present, I
James Birkitt, M. T. Derail, John U.
Ijotrlck. vice-presidents; James F. Nel?
son, secretary; Q. Kaymond RatcLlffe, |
Forecast I lor Virginia?Fnir and
nolcr Tuesday! Wedui'xdu.v fair.
For .North < nrollun?Fnlr Tuesday
Special Local Data for Yesterday.
?? I*. >I. temperature . 64
Maximum temperature up to 8
I*. M. 66
Minimum temperature up to 8
P. M. 65 !
.Mean tempt rature . 60 1
.Normal temperature . 60 j
Deficiency in temperature . 0.
I It ncy In tempctsture since
March 1 . 37
A< cum deficleni y In tcmrieroture
sine- January 1 . SS6
Rainfall last twenty-four hours . .34
Deficiency in rainfall since March
1 . 8.14
Accum, deficiency In rainfall eince
January i . 3.01
Local Observation 8 P. M. Yesterday.
Temperature . 68
Humidity . 90
Wind?direction . S.
Weather .p. 0.
Rainfall lust 12 hours .38
CONDITIONS IM OTHER CITIES.
(AI 8 P. M. K?steln Standard Time.)
[?lace Ther. H.T. LT. Weather.
Richmond ....6 1 61 48 P. cloudy
Asheville ....<;.; 74 GO Rain
Atlanta .72 78 00 Clear
Atlantic City.60 61 f,u cloudy
Boston .r.s u 4? Rain
Buffalo .38 ?2 68 Knln
Calgary .42 r.4 28 p. cloudy
Charleston . ..6S "4 68 Cloudy
Chicago .52 62 no clear
l"u\.r .42 62 20 Cloudy
Gnlveston _7?, :a 70 Clear
?Louisville _48 ?i. 48 Clear
Montgomery. .74 S2 72 Clear
New Orleans..78 81 76 Cloudy
N.-u York ...62 6( SO Cloudy
Norfolk .C4 fir, 68 Clear
Oklahoma . ..t>2 i\ 44 P. cloudy
St. Louis.f."5 fin J* Clear
St. Paul - ?-, M 3t dear
San Pi me!ieo.66 60 <6 p. cloudy
Savannah ....?? :t 68 p. cloudy
Spokane .54 M 44 Cloudy
Tampa .78 16 76 Clear
Washington ..?',2 12 68 Clear'
Wlnnlpos ....60 6? 28 Clear
! Wythcvllle ...64 M i* P. cloudy
Apl il 23. 1312.
I Sun rln-8 ....6:26 Morning ....9:12
I Sun sets _tr.tl Evening ....9:3?
TO HEAD STOCK COMPANY
I.tCTI.K I, A VERXE,
E ALIKE IN
(.Continued From First Page )
growing business which ha abandoned
in 1861 to enlist in the Confederate
Began Again After War.
As soon as lltd South began to re'
cupcrato from Hie, stagnation which
lollowed tho war. Dr. Patterson again
t?nk up tae business of tobacco manu,
fact tiring with .lames Thomas, Jr., and
T. C. \\ illiains, und r the. llrm name
Of it. A. Patt'Srson St Co.
It was his boast that he was a self
made man. ami circumstances have
borne out his boast. lie always took
Interest In public affairs, serving foi
years as a supervisor of Henrlco coun?
ty, and taking a prominent part in
tho development of me western end!
of the city. It was mainly throughI
his efforts that t.'-.e street railway was
finally extended to Westharapton. lie
worked wonders during his term on I
the State Penitentiary board, and la?
bored assiduously in the exposition of
Virginia's rcSOUr -c-s. For years after
the '.\ar he administered medical help
tu his neighbors without pecuniary
recompense, a kindness which won for
him the affection of his people.
Arrested for Uterele Theft.
Eddie Guthrow, eighteen yean old. wat :
arrest, d yesterday by Detectives-Sergeants I
Wiley and Keltnni on the charge of ?teal- j
Ihr a bicycle from A. P. Gentry.
Good Things to Eat
Always Save You Money
Swift's Winchester Small Best
Hants. II).Ific i
3 cans Pocahontaa Best Corn for. .25c
Extra quality Early June Peas, can 10c
Lemon Cling Table Peaches, can. . 16c
2-lh. cans liest Tomatoes.9c
New Sour Kront. quart.6c
Dried Evaporated Apples, lb. ...lie,
1-11). cans Kumford's Baking Pow?
der .25c i
N. C. Cut Herring, 3 dozen for. . . .25c 1
Post Toastics, 3 pkfts.25c
Large Irish Potatoes, peck.45c
Good Salt Pork.?Jicj
Finest Smoked Bloaters, dozen.. .25c
Burnish!no Metal Polish, can, 8c
large cans .15c
Good Salmon, large cans.11c
Good Green or Mixed Tea, lb.30c
Best Granulated Sugar, lb.5j!c
Smithficld Country Hams, lb.18c
Va. Pride Coffee, fresh roasted,
$1 bottles Duffy's Malt Whiskey. .85c
Good Carolina Rice, 5 lbs. for.25c
Winner Brand Condensed Milk,
10c; or, per dozen.$1.10
Large cans Borden's Peerless
Milk, 3 cans, 25c; small size.4c
Wood's Best N. C. Roe Herring,
per dozen, 23c; per keg.$2.75
Large Juicy Lemons, dozen.15c
l-lb. cans ( orn Beef Hash.12c
Best Sugar-Cured Breakfast Bacon,
per pound, 16c; per piece.15c
Swift's Premium Sugar-Cured Haras,
per pound. 17c
Extra Fine Sifted Pocahontas Peas,
2 cans .25c
Gold Medal Hour, 38c bag; barrel. .$5.75
Dtinlop Hour, 36c hag; barrel.$5.75
Best Chipped llcef, can.8c
Corned 11.uns, lb.11c
Small can- Herring Roe.6c
8 large bars Circus Soap for.25c
Large cans California Peaches, can...15c
California Canned Asparagus, can,
14c, 18c and .24c
Libby's l-lb. cans Corned Beef..15c
California Sherry Wine, gallon.$1.00
3 Chalmers Gelatine for.25c
California Lima Beans, 3 lbs. for.25c
Quart Mason Jars Queen Olives.40c
S-lb pails Home-Made Preserves.35c
l-lb. cans (,.,'.(] Luck Baking Powder. .8c
New Hominy and Grits, 2 lbs. for.5c
New Seeded Raisins, lb. pkg.flc
Cercsota or Cold Medal Best Flour,
43c bag; per barrel .$6.70
7 lbs. Loo e Lump Starch.25c
Gold .Medal Coffee, Java and Mocha
mixture, l ib. cans, 30c; 5-11). cati3$1.40
Baker's Cocoa, can.10c
Smoked California Hams, lb.12c
Good Creamery Butter, per lb.32c
Absolutely Pure Leaf 1-ard, lb.I2',!c
Good Lard, per lb.Mc
$150 to $200
M3K |-|-.llGi;ssn.v PIANO CO?
110 Hunt Broad.
(.Continued From First Cage.) j
All' a, \ u l'ir All? Ii. Cl.ii.il? Allti. .11.d
Ulrd Marlon; W. W. Coxe und C. F.
Cocke, of Coxe & Cocke, attorneka lor
Sidna Edwards, und Judge N. I*, Oyle?-;
by, of Urlstol, counsel foi Frlel Allan.
As all the cases arc necessarily large-]
ly similar, thesd lawyers are colluii-.
orating;, und all, to some extent, win'
represent each prisoner.
The defense is here ready for trial,
it will be distinctly disclaimed, says
Mr. Willis, that Flojd Allen killed any
one. The contention will be that he
urose to hl? feet in tin. courtroom to
exhibit some papers bearing upon the
application just made by his attorn, ys
for a new trial. Then, he will syear, j
come one shot him and he fell to Hie
Arising, lie dre-w a revolver and
tiled several times. Bach shot, ac?
cording 10 his attorneys, will be ac?
counted for, since It wilt be said that
Floyd remained perfectly cool, and
knew Jubt what he was doing
throughout the trouble. For Ylcior
Allen, Hie plea of not guilty will be
made. It will be claimed that be la
entirely Innocent, was unarmed, and
deplored the shooting. Claude Swan?
sea Allen admits that In; shot at
Clerk Dexter Goad. Asked why he
tired, he said, "1 saw them shooting
ul pap." In his cod c Hits reason
Excitement ami the elan-feeling
will be the defense in Frlel Allen's
OSSe, and It will also be asserted that
he did not succeed In killing any one.
B'.dna Kd wards Is to set for'h the
plea that he did not fire, while Bird
Marion will say he was not .armed.
So it Is that If all the prisoners are to
be believed, no ono of Ilium Is re- i
Bponstble for a lite. This would put
ull the live murders on the two men,
who are not Just at present in posi?
tion to come into court and deny also j
that their shots were fatal.
A venire for the- trial Jury has been
drawn nnd summoned to be- present
to-morrow. Two men were drawn
from the Fancy Cap district. In the
Allen country, but were among the
four stricken off, according to law, by
Acting -Sheriff Edwards. None Is
from Hlllsvllie or within miles of the
crime. Fifteen vonlrcmcn arc: S. H.
Turner, J. IT. Marshall, James W,
Cochrun, W. C. Martin, William Frost,
Alphonzo B. Williams. R. IS. Uallluiore,
H. D. Aldermnn, J. M. Frost, C. M.
Cooley. Ecgrand Sumner, W. H. Moore,
James W. Rowen, J. B. Montgomery,
Isaac W. Gray, and James O. Sutphln.
\VII?on First Choice In Clarlte.
"Winchester, Va., April 22.?Two of
tho four districts of Clarke county
have Instructed their delegates to sup?
port the candidacy of Woodrow Wil?
son at the .jtatu Democratic Conven?
tion, while the other two adopted reso?
lutions favoring Wilson as first choice
and Champ Clark second, but without
Instructions. The county Is entitled
I to flvo votes In tho State convention.
Negro Charged With Murder.
Washington, N. C, April 22.? William
Johnson, colored, was brought to this
city this morning by Deputy Sheriff
J. C. Duke and locked In jail, charged
with the killing of Warren Johnson,
also colored. This makes the second
homicide in tuts county In one week.
GREGORY.?Stovall, N. C.. April 18.
1912.?W. H. GREGORY, sixty-seven
years of age, died at his home at
this place on April 10. at 4 1'. M. HO
was buried in tho Davis Cemetery,
Abram's Plains, N. C. He had been
confined to his room since the sec?
ond week In January, uufturlng from
bronlcal and heart trouble. He was
a man of high Christian character,
wide culture, thorough education,
and conimnnded tho highest respect
of all who knew him. He is sur?
vived by his beloved wife. Mrs. Mary
D. Gregory, a son and daughter. Miss
Anne A. nnd W. H. Gregory, Jr.; also
* sister. Miss Nannlo Gregory, or Ox?
ford, N. C.
GARRKR-?Entered Into rest nt his
7osldence, 211 East Franklin Street,
Sunday, April 21, at 1:20 P. M.,
MAJOR ASH ER W. GARB ER, In the
seventy-eighth year of his ago. The
remains will bo taken from the
residence of his nephow, Thomas S.
Armlstond, 100S West Avenue, to
Grace Episcopal Church, where the
'unerai services will be held TUES?
DAY AFTERNOON at 1 o'clock. In?
Htaunton, Norfolk and Naahvllle,
Tenn., papers please copy.
DUNST \N.?Died. In this city, April
.... jnp at 2038 Monument Avenue,
THOMAS W. DUNST AN, native of
King nnd Queen county. Virginia.
He Is survived by two children. Miss
Florence und Samuel R. Dunstan.
Funeral private from the rosl
donoe TO-MORROW (Wednesday)
MORNING at 10 o'clock."
Kindly omit flowors.
KILLS GIRL THEN
ENDS HIS OWN LIFE
Double Crime of Former South
Richmond Man Attributed to
[Special to The Times-Disput?.:h, J
Buiilmorc, Md., April 22.? Insane
with jealousy, Aithui d. Nunnaliy,
twenty-tour years ulu, snot und killed
lila sweetheart, Geneviove Schrooacr,
tins attei'noon und. snappin? hie pistol
ut James Wans, who witnessed uic
shooting, ran a Bhurt distance and,
placing the weapon to bis head, blew
uut his brains. The uugidy was
unacted near i'umputuy .nation, lu
Anno Arutldel county, between this
city and Annapolis,
. .Nunnaliy, who came here from S juUi
itlchlliond, Vat., about nine months au?,
secured u position at a factory, where
he inut the Kill whom he shot to-day.
and with whom lie becaitto Infatuated.
Miss Schroedcr returned bis love, und
it was generally believed they uoui-.
soon oe married. The girl's family
moved to their country home sevcrui
weeki, ago, and Nunnaliy vioitcd hlS
sweetheart daily. This atternoon when
lie called young Walts was in the
bouse. Believing he bad u rival. Nun?
naliy drew his rovolvor and snot tue
girl three tunes, any Olle ot the
wounds botnif fa tub Ho then tried to
kill Waits, but the weapon did not
explode, then hastening down tho
road Nuunauy killed ulmsolf. Tho
g.ii was eighteen years old, aim very
CAXU1UAT?3 run COUNCIL.
Will Ue Nutuliiuled by t'ltlscua ci(
tcrwe ut Mnita-Mee tliii?.
[.special to The Tinies-Dlspaloh.1
Oruwe, Vil. April ?There will oe
a mass-meeting ot the citizens ot
Crowe at u. d je. liuii on Saturday
evening, May i. called lor the purpose
? if nominating nine candidates tor the
.own Council of Crowe, and u. candi?
date for tho oltlce ot Mayor.
Captain J. M. Harris, chairman of
. Democratic Executive Committee
, Nottoway county, has called a meet?
ing of the coimnlllcu for Monday,
a pi ii 29. at Iii o'clock, at Nottoway
i ourthouse, for the purpose of decid?
ing tiie manner In which dolegatea
may bo, chosen to represent tiie county
at the Democratic Slate Convention, to
i.c helj) in Norfolk next month,
funeral of .tll?n Nannie II. \\ nrrcn.
(Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Frcderlckaburg, Vu., April 22.?The
body of Mis.-, Nannis II. Warren, daugh?
ter of the late William Warren, lor
years a resident of this city, Who died
at bur homo in Richmond, was brought
hero yesterday, and tho funeral ser?
vices were held at th? grave, conduct?
ed by ReV. Jt. Aubrey W llliams, of tho
liaptlst Church. Interment was made
In the family lot In the City Cemetery.
Mm. Ueasle S. Haydon.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.!
I'l cdci icksburg, Vs., April 22- Mrs.
Bossli S. I lay don. widow of Th >mas J.
Haydon, died yesterday after a llngei
lug illness, aged seventy-one years:
.Sin; was married to Mr. Haydon. who
died several y.-ars ago, In 1869. She Is
survived by five children?Mrs. Cary
Stokes, of Washington! Mrs. Will an.
H. lllce, Mrs. Guy Cross, Miss Bessie
Haydon and George C, Haydon, of nils
city. The funeral was held to-day*
j from Trinity Episcopal Chun h, tho ser
j vlcis being conducted by Rev H. H.
William M. (Illleary.
Staunten, Vn., April 22.?William
.Murray Hllloary, In his ninth year,
(son of William Murray Hllleary, cash?
ier of the Farmers and Merchants
Bank, Is dead from do ii.lc mastolditls,
lor Which several operations were per?
formed, one a year aga.
Charit? II. Vim \ nlkenbcrg.
Staunton, Va., April 22.?The funeral
of Charles H. Vou Wilkenberg was held
hero yesterday. Mr. Van Valk.nb.Tg
was sixty-eight years of ni?e. and Is
survived by one daughter by his lirst
wife, and by his second wife. He had
been In fulling health for about two
years. At 4 o'clock In tho morning
the day ho died he lay In oed and
balanced hin book?, and drew all checks
to bring his business to date, and died
later In tho day. II?- was born at
i.orkport, N. v., resided at Charles?
ton, s. c. where he married Mrs. Etta
Fisher, and camo to Staunton eighteen
I.ewl* C. Bradford.
(Special to Th* Times-Dispatch ?
Winchester. Va.. April 22.?Lewis C.
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their own statements are proof. Two
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suffering stops fermentation, prevents
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will bo refund.-?1 If you want 'i?r.Oc,
is given to the
Our stock of Victors, Victrolas,
Records and Accessories are at nil
times kept up to standard.
Our soundproof room-, are at
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Prices are lowest allowed by the
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Mon. 728. 1U E. Broad.
Bradford, former managing editor ol
ii,<.- New -York Tribune, who realigned
BUVoral years ugo buCdUMv ? .
health, died Sunday in Buliiuiorc,
where he und been under the care of
u specialist fur several months, aged
lift)-lour years, lie w*s a tuu of the
late Dr. William A Bradford, or
uoyce, LTarKq county, and leaves a
widow, who wa* .Mi?a Katharine
tiaunders, ot Pembrokeshire, \\aic?.
Two ?iaugiiteis, two 4011?, one brotner,
County Treasurer William A. Urau
loiu, of Clarku, ai)<l two slaters sur?
vive. Episcopal church ministers will
olttciato ui his funcial in .Mount He?
bron Cemetery nur? on Tueb-Jay.
JuUkv Aoilrni lironn Cvana.
[.Special to The Times-Dispaicliyj
U'aluda, Vs., April 22.?Juoge
AndroW Brown Evans died at ills
home, Edge wood, Middlesex county,
.calci day. in Iiis eight>-tlrat yeat,
aller an Illness ot ihiee weeks, lie
,v i, u lawyer of marked ability, hav?
ing practiced in his homo county and
those adjoining lot llfty-tlvu years,
anc was active ?t the bar up to two
years ago. lie wa< a prominent at?
torney In the ClevcrlUS case and oth?
ers of note. i'or a llinu he was a
judge of the circuit ol which Middle?
sex forms a part, and was twice a
jtnembei ol the Legislature hum tins
district, lie wua uii earnest Christian
and was a leader in his church which
. he served >.i the capacity of deacon
for many years, lor several years
I he >vuu model utor oi the liappuhun
! nock Baptist Association, and until
feeble health forced him to resign,
tile is survived by three children,
.Miss Alice Evans, Dr. A. II. Evans
la d Hon. W. D. Evans, all of Middle
I sex. The funeral will be at llerml
I lago Church at 11 o'clock to-morrow,
land interment Will be at E?lgewood.
l-'unrrul of Dr. ItaMlc) Murtlu,
I Special to The Times-Dispatch. )
j Chatham, Va.. April ?-'.?The rc
ina'I.t. Of l?r. Bawley \V. Marlin were
ili'<' to rest here ihls afternoon. All
I business waa -usponded during the
I hour of the funeral, The bod> was
I met by Pittsylvanla Lodge 01 Masons.
unu the rites of the order were con
'ducted by Post Grand Master 'i'hcinus
IN. Dav's, of Lyuchburg. Rev. James
I Po'ndexter, of Richmond; Dr. Hatnll
ton.' of Lynchburg; and Bev, L. R.
Isenford, of Chatham assisted in thu
is -vlcei!. The Rawley Martin Chapter
j attended In a body. and a delegation
from tho Eynchburg lodge, of which
> he was a member, accompanied the
j remains to the place.
Mrs. bull? Rarnett Graham.
I [Special to Th.- Times-Dispatch.)
I Lexington; Va., April 22.?Mrs, Luid
I Garnelt Eoff Graham, wife of Edward
IL. Graham, dlid yt.sleiday and was
burled to-duy from R E Lee Memorial
' Episcopal Ciiurcll. She was a grand*
I daughter of the late General Thorn.1
. H. Williamson, of Virginia Military
institute. Her husband and four
Shlldren survive, as follows: Edward
L. Jr. John A.. Mercer and Mar}
Graham. During the funeral h<*ir all
tho stores of Lexington closed.
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