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Tho Rev. J .J. Gravutt announces the
engagement of his daughter, fc/mily, to
Uio lUv. Rolbort A. (ioudftln, Jr. The
woudlng. winch will i/o a quiet one,
will take place next September,
A pretty wedding to take place to
dsvy la that of Miss Grace Rurt Jones,
of Greerusvllle county, and Luther Al
Kn Plttard. of Cla?-k.cts.vlUe, In the
Methodist Church o/ Brtinswlok county,
at half-past 10 o'clock. Rev. il. P. Hoed,
officiating. The ohtlrch will he deco
r.i t ??? l in ferns and out flowers, and the
altar lighted with candles. Tho matron
?f honor, Mrs. Rob.-rt Mason Mallory,
will wear white iiiitriiul.^U" over white
?atln, with a black hat. und will carry
white 5weet peas. The maids of honor.
Misses Ida Jones and Jda Rims, will
wear wlhl'te net over pink satin, with
black hat. and will carry pink sweet
pea.-. Tha bride's costume is a gtrny
?whipcord going -away Killt, and she
will carry a shower bou'iuet of roses
end lilies of the valley. The best man
Will bo W. J. Plttard, and th? grooms?
men are Andrew S. Jor.es. Harry T.
Jotms, Rlohard Gordon and Turner M.
Mr. end Mrs. Plttard W<11 spend their
honeymoon in the North.
This evening at half-past 8 o'clock,
in the Mes.de Memorial Church. White
post. Clarke county, Miss lto-a Ruth*
erfoord JJoyden will be married to Sid
i.ev Samuel Clary. Rev. William I?
Cravatt, of Wist Virginia, will ofltclate.
ossleted ny Rev. W. D. Smith, of Win?
chester. The. church will he deco?
rated in daisies and ferns. Mise Adele
P> ridelton Royden. the maid of honor.
Will wear pale greon silk rrrull, with
?llvAr and ch'.ffon trlmmlr.jrs, ajid a
l.lack hat. licr flowers will he pink
s'.veet peas. The ' rldosrr.a'.d?. Misses
Htrah Leo Oflen'hal. Mary T/an*-ast<r
j?mlth, Evelyn F".gg and Lillian Boy
[d-sn, win wear white, voile With yellow
tn-n-nlneTS. nnd carry daisies. Thv? ?best
rr.an la Thomas Clary, and the uehers
/will he PwleTnard Unsilalr. Jr., J. Han
rom Royden, t. Clifford "Waters and J
Alfred Flgg. A small reception at the
>r!d?'s home will fellow the, wedding.
Mr. and Mrs. Clary will srtend their
honeymoon at Atlantic City.
?(ny-nt-Hf.me Whist Cluh.
Tho Btay-at-Jloms Whi<t Club met
on Monday ewonlng it the home e.f Mrs.
C. W. p Breek, l"! Rast Franklin
'Htreet. Two tas>t -vere on(-a?-ed. Top
[score was mad.- v.v Mrs. Mlar.d Smith
'nnd Mrs W K Martin, and Mrs, riem
The Flour That
iiiiiilinn mi iMiiimiMii
ROTHERT & CO.
Fourth and Broad
Vfataeiu and Mks6e? Outer tienoer?-, ?J&ZSlt
BARGAINS IN BUFFETS
1418-1420 E. Main Street.
For Oil Cooking and
N. KLEIN A SOS. INO*
fin East Broad
Children's White Canvas
Button Shoes, $1.00
KING OK SHOES,
5th and Broad
Until comparatively recent years rail?
road men took almost the entire output of |
Now you can buy one. S15.00 up.
Smith 8c Webster
Time Specialists, - - f>12 E. Main.
WE MAKE A SPECIALTY
Of packing household goods and ( hlna
111-113-1 IS Wext ilronil Street.
For the Little Tots to the CJrown-ups.
A Famous New York Chef Mnldi
"I could as easily do without flour.
1 Cn bnklng. as without Sauer's Ex?
Unequaled for cakes. Ices, custards,
puddings, sAuces, eta
$2.50 Hand Crochet
Several styles and sizes cro?
chet of silk floss. Black, white,
lavender, Alice and tan.
ing and Mrs. Glazebrook. The. club
meets ?g%lu i:i the home of Mrs. Brock
oil Monday evening,
Mlas Alleno Gertrude Tyler, daugh?
ter of Mr. and Mrs. William .lames
Tyler and Henry Edward Boechen will
be quleily married to-day, In the
brlde'e home. 2211 Chafln Street.
A recital Is to be given Frlday
evenlng, Juno 2S. by the medalists of]
Fegram's Seminary?Misses Bonetta
May Hulce and Dorothy Hamilton
Mlsecs Ruby Duke. Myrtle Barker.
Celeste Carleton and Eiia Morris win
assist In lh'-. evenings entertainment.
Tho program follows:
Duet. "Golden Star polka," "Honey
Bell Mazurka' (Slraebergi, Misses
Duke and Barker.
"When Grandfather e',ccs to Town."'
Miss Jenkins, recitation,
j "The Doll's Funeral," Mies Hulce. j
"Kathleen Mavourneen, ' Miss Jen?
"De Turkey Tall Fan," Miea Hujcc.
"When Jonah Play6 the Fiddle."
Miss Jenkins, reading
?'Midnight Bells" (Pleldhouse). Miss
"My Lll Black Baby.' Miss Hulce,
'Message of Peace" (Eogelma.n>,
Little Blossom," Midb Jenktne, re?
"Angelina's "Wedding Veil." "De
Wedllng on De Creek." "Dleclplln Sis?
ter Brown," "Gwlne to Marry Jim,"
negro dialects sketches by Mls? Ella
"Sweet Bye and Bye" (Webster;,
"Under the Mistletoe.' d ;ct, Misses
Carlton and Jenkins.
"N'-arer My God to Tr.ec." recitation
by Miss Jenkins, music by Miss Hulce.
"Saved by Grace" (Butler;. Miss
"Popping the Question," MLss Hulce,
"Miss Katie at De Cake Walk." Miss
Meditation (Morrison), Miss Duke.
"'The Clock Speaks." Miss Jenkins,
"Meditation" (Morrison 1 Mies Duke.
"A BunJle of Letters " Miss Hulce.
I recitation: muetc by Mtca Jenkins.
"Dance of the Brownies," Miss
"Johnnie Reads the Newspaper." Miss
"A Kitchen Courtehlp.' M'ss Jenkins.
! "Over There" (Butler). Miss Jen?
"An Fnfortur.ate Malady." Miss
I "Edelweiss," Gustave Lang. Miss
"Kate's Agent." Miss Jenkins, rec'
"Baby's Bedtime.' Mies Jenkins, re?
Miss Cocke ?0 >peak.
' Miss Elizabeth Cocke. who has re?
turned from a convention Of the Na?
tional Association of Charitlea and
Correction.'. In Cleveland, tj.. will tellj
her impressions of the convention to.
ihr Equal Suffrage L?ague of Rich-!
mond, at its weekly meetings In head-i
quarters to-morrow afternoon at E
Reports from the State Fair com-'
mlttee will be also heard at this meet-,
j Ing. the last before the closing of'
I headquarters for the month of July.
Mrs. Bobert O. Curry, of Key West.
Pia., has announced the engagement
Of her daughter. Miss Gladys Sweeting
Curry, to Lieutenant Walter P. Boat
Wright, Fnlted States Army. Lieu?
tenant Boatwr'ght graduated from V.I
P I. in li'07. and was commissioned in
the Fnlted States Artillery the follow?
Of Interest Here.
Says th*-- Norfolk Vlrglnlan-Ptlot:
"Mr and Mrs. Jervla Densmora Brown,
of Mil ford, Conn., have issued an an?
nouncement of the forthcoming mar?
riage of their daughter. Ann:, Flor?
ence, to F.lmore Cave, of St. Louis.
The ceremony Will take place at "Da
rlna." Mllford. Conn, on Saturday.
June 2!>. at ' o'clock P. M.
"Mr. Cave is from Richmond, the son
of the Rev. Robert Ci Cave, who was
for years the pastor of the Seventh
street Christian Church, and has a host
of friends in the city."
In and tint of Tnnn,
Misses Mary and Amanda Pitts, of
Elk Hill, were in Richmond recently,
en route to the Democratic convention
In Baltimore. Later they will visit in
Miss Marj Prances Dowry returned to
the city Monday afternoon after sev?
eral weeks in the West
c. Carroll Kent, of Florida, was the
guesi of friends in this city Sunday.
Mr Kent has recently attended the
Young Mop's Christian Association con?
vention at Silver Lake. N. Y.
Ceorge G. Reed Is spending several
days In New York City, at the Wolcott.
Paul Karsten. Jr.. has returned from
Miss Louise Goodo I? Visiting Miss
Potts, in Norfolk.
Miss Mary Finch, of Roanoke. is the
guest of her aunt. Mrs. Mann S. Valen- '
Mrs. Edward Gllchrlst and 'laughter,
of China, will arrive In Richmond
shortly to be the guests of Mrs. E. c
Minor for some months.
Mr. and Mrs. Hondley and f imlly are
spending I he summer In the North.
Mrr. Davli Lfake Is visiting at Vir?
Mrs, John H Minor, of Fort Meade,
"la.. Is visiting her sister. Mrs. D. E.
Fisher, lins Park Avenrc.
miss ma?eTheads ticket
Nominal, d for tinvernor by Socialists!
of V nnhlnirton.
Rverett. Wash.. June 2R,? Mls? Ann"
A. Malley. Socialist lecturer nnd writer!
of Everett, and formerly of New York,
will head the Socialist State ticket inj
Washington, the count of the reform- 1
dum vote giving her the nomination j
for Governor over Richard Winaor, of
1 Seattle, by a majority of SO?
Need Concrete Structure on the
Boulevard Over Railroad
Tiie request of the Richmond-Wash
IngtOfl Highway Corporation for an
appropriation of 125,000, and the rc- I
quest of the Virginia. State Fair A?so
elation for an appropriation t" erect
a concrete bridge on the Boulevard over
the railroad tracks. at the l'alr i
Grounds, were referred to a subcom- i
inittee by the Council Committee on '
Finance last night. The subcommit?
tee will confer with the officers of both
organizations and make a recommen?
dation at the next meeting of the gen- j
The ordinance rcommendlng a nlgl.t i
and day cleric at the City Home was
recommended, as was the resolution I
transferring 14.800 from the fund of!
streets generally to be applied to tho '
smooth pavlnK of Thirty.second Street. ,
opposite Chlmboraxo Park. Damages
wrre allowed for the grading of Park
?Avenue between the Boulevard and j
The ordinance a pproprlatlnK *3.e00
for the engine house at Laurel and
Cumberlsnd street-, was recommended,
and also that to acquire SOG South Pine
Street for school purposes'. This lot,
adjoins the a rents School, formerly St.
Andrew's School. Which a few years
jko became one of tho city Institutions. I
It will be used as a part of the s'.hool s
ROB THROUGH CAR WINDOW
Thieves Work on New York Elevated |
New York. June 2.V?The latest ac- [
eomplishment of the clever New York
crook is the picking ol pockets !
through the windows of moving ele?
In most of the cases reported, the
pickpockets took a watch from a vic?
tim's outelde coat pocket, or a wallet
which he succeeded In pulling from
an Inside coat pocket as the train
started out of the station.
Enables an ordinary cook to makei
extraordinarily good "goodies.". I
Baking Powder has more to do with
successful housekeeping than most people
If you arc minus good cooking, add
GOOD LUCK to your grocer-.' list.
At your grocery store.
3 CAMERAS FREE
FOR LABELS FROM
American Bread and Bak?
6 E. Leigh Street.
Better than the
Bread von ever ate.
HAVF YOU SrlK.N
New Method Gas Ranges
Pettit & Co/s?
>ame Quality hvery Day.
PURITY ICE CREAM CORP.
Men s 50c Summer
Full cut and daintily OQ
trimmed; sale price . .. Oa/C
Men's 25c Madras 1
Wash Ties, sale price. 1?2C
NAME OF BRYAN
[Special to ThoTlmes-DispabCh.]
Norfolk, Va., Juno .v?William Jen-1
nir.gs Bryan received a. "boost" at the
hands of the delegates attending the
world-wide Barava.-P:.. latheo. conven?
tion hero .to-night, when ffT mor? than
th.-r^ minutes the and ?r.co applauded
and cheered tho name r.f "the peerless
leader" when it was spoken by the Rev.
Holmes S. Giravatt, pastor of the Meth?
odist Episcopal Church of Ca-mden, X.
J., in Hi* course of an address on "The
The speaker paid u high tribute to
the famous Nebraska.-., . prominent ;n
the National Democr.it:: Convention at
Bait.more, character!.'Ii g him as the
highest type of a Oh He Han statesman.
Wlhen the applause ar.i cheers, which
continued for sevcraj minutes, had suo
trteied, the Rev. Mr. GravaU evoked a
burst of laughter When he said: "Well,
you need not tell th"ni in BaJUmoro
that I nom.ina.bed him."
Dater on. In his aidr<ass, the Rev.
Mr. Gra.va.t-t mentioned (ho names of
Champ Clark and Theodore P.oosevelt.
and while there ws not a sound of
recognition of Clark. Roosevelt's name
?m^t w-irh F."m? desultory hand-clap
The address of the Rev Mr. Gravatt
was the principal feature of a mass- 1
meeting which brought to a close tno
most eventful day of th? eonvention.
The Baraca division held an enthu
elastic session at the Curr.berlati I Street '
Methodist Church this morning, begin
nlng at r> o'clock with a prayer and
praise service led by Mashall A. Hud?
son, of Syracuse. N. V . head of tho
World-Wide Baraks PI.Ilathea move- '
The Caracas had as their presiding
officer to-day the first vice-president
of the World-wide Union, Rev. Charles
Mi-K>nzi?. of Johnstown. N. Y. Ad- i
dresses were made by .T. W. Fonda, of
Council Bluffs. Iowa, on "The Bible In 1
tho Clas3"; Rev. R. S. Owens, of
Waynesboro, Va.. on 'The Bible in tho
Home": R. Frank Barr, of Salisbury.
M I . on "The Bible in the Heart"; C. D. i
Reed, of Jamestown. N. Y., on "How
M>-n Prepare the. Liosson."
The Philatheas met at Freemason
Street Baptist Church, and the large
auditorium was filled with women in
summer attire, the assemblage making
a beautiful picture.
Miss Kdith Seesee. of Chicago, made
an acceptable presiding officer. Fol?
lowing the opening exercises, addresses
wert- made by MrF. C. s. Streeter on
"Bible Study": Mrs. I.. J. Stanton, on
"City and State Union"; Miss Flossie A.
Byrd. on "Maintaining Interest Through
the summer Months"; Miss Henrietta
Horton, on "The Kind of Class I Be?
Devotional exercises were conducted
by Rev. W. w. Hamilton, of Dynchburg.
HELD AT HOSPITAL
Oil POLICE ORDER
Man Who Fell From Car Wanted
on Charge of Flashing
Taken to the City Hospital for treat?
ment alter he had fallen from . street
?ar. B. P, Kellam, a contractor, found
'.hat instead of being treated li. wa.?
.o ked up and held for the police.
Kellam fell from a car of the Broad
? nd Oakwood division of the Virginia
(tyHV'ay and Power Company yesterday
noon In Broad Street, at First. Dr. T
A. Moncure, ambulance surgeon, was
itimmoned. Because of a large crowd
r.'hich gathered he decided to remove!
aim to the hospital for examination,
it was found that he was not seriously
In the meantime Detective-Sergeants
Wiley ,,nd Kellam learned thai Kellam,
for whom they had two warrants, was
at the City Hospital. They telephoned
and directed that ho be held He was
.o.-ked in a ell at the hospital until
the detei lives arrived. Ho was then
?SCOrted to the Second Police Station,
where two charges o( passing worthless
checks for small sums on Miller &
Rhoads were made against him.
He will also have to answer the
charge in another warrant, sworn out
some time ago. ac using him of failing
to provide for his wife.
SEEKS Til IXHEKlT ESTATE.
Iinuubter of Richmond Mnn Sues for
Restoration of Maiden Nome.
[Special to The TlmesrDispatch. J |
St I.is. Mo.; June 1\Y--The suit,
of Mrs. Mary i'rewltt for the reatora-I
lion of her mallen nnme carries the
explanation ifc'it tts purpose is i.> i
??nable her to Inherit the S&O.oCO es?
tate of her father, Daniel Hcpk'ns
Gregg, who died In Richmond In ISS5, |
Mrs. Prewltt nrst married James l?11 -
Ion. and ore child. Mary Dillon Gfilgg,
resulted from the union, Hie thild
taking the name of Gregg in at: i ?'
with the terms of tho Gregg will.
Million died, and in Match of the
tre.-eiit s'car Mrs. I'illon was mJriled
t,. Robert C Ptewltt, whose tlrat win
di>., ,i hie ?f.veral mom.* ng-j ind
Who Is out on an appeal bond .ind -r ?
? prison ..???lepce of the cTnl?.c.l Sl."?t?*
District <'?>??? .n eouviotinii of sei d-, j
jng ?? harmful drug thron 4.t ihi
RELATIVES LOSE SUITS
Mr*. Casenove's tu?,1>?0 Estate fioes to
Charit) tfter rhlrfy Veurn.
por-ton. June 26. -Ninety thouiand
dollars, the residue of the estate of
Mr:;. SnMh Cazcnove, w'ho died more
iban thlrt.v years ago. becomes avail?
able for charitable purposes as a re?
sult of a decision Juat handed down
i:k the Supreme Court here.
The'will was contested by seventy
five relatives of Mrs. Casnnove. bin
the court decided ngi.lnst them after
RELATIONS OF KING
WITH SONS STRAINED
Shorn of Family's Love, He
Turns to Animals for
nV I.A MAIUU1SK OK FO.NTEXOY.
ING PE'i ..f Servia's pro
Kuounced fondness for a highly I
trained ami clever pet monkey
Is furnishing the comic sheets!
in Austria an I the Balkan countries I
with a plentiful Held for caricature.
Perhaps ho should not bo quite so |
cruelly derided; for he is a sorely]
disappointed and unhappy man, andj
In that very state of mind which often
lea-ls to eccentricities.
His daughter is now married to
Prince .Iran Conslantinovltch, ot Rus?
sia, and makes her home at St. Peters?
burg. Ills relations with his two sons
aro strained, for they disapprove of
him altogether. Moreover, ho Is en?
tirely surrounded by the ex-entourage
of King Alexan ler and his wife Drags
?one knows what that means; and
Shorn besides of many friendships, he
has turned to animals for affection- |
The monkey in question passes most |
of Its life in Peter's private study, j
In its companionship the King finds
solace for nte ionellness of his trou?
bled old sge. and. Strange to s:.\.
the partiality of Peter lit.; many pre?
Holy Writ, to begin with, tells us
thai "King Solomon the Wise'- had
many such pets, which formed part ot
the cargo brought to him every three
years by his "ships of Tarshlsn," and
Were considered worthy of enumera?
tion In the same lists as gold, silver
I The great Emperor Charles who'
in the sixteenth century was the vir?
tual master of Continental Europe,
'oad a large monkey of such abnormal
Intelligence that it ? bul 1 give the Mon?
arch quite a pood game <'t chess! On
lone occasion, indeed, It is recorded
I that It managed to checkmate His
Majesty, whereupon the Kmperor. In
eensed at accepting defeat from so
I !?noble a hand, promptly and soundly
1 boxed his ears. This remarkable yarn
[ goes on to state that the next time
a similar game took place, the wise
quadruman. before declaring "mate."
took the precaution of seizing from a
near-by sofa a large cushion to guard
Its ears with.
Frederick the Great when a youth
was very fond of monkeys, and kept
quite a family of them about him.
naming them, from their airs and
Kraces. after the pompous officials of
his father's household. One day a par?
ticular favorite could not he found In
his rooms, and Frederick, th'nking It
had encaped ilnto the antechamber,
went to the door and called out, "Herr
Gehelmrath! Herr Gehelmrath!" where?
upon a human "Gehelmrath" (Privy
Councillor) happened upon the scene.
"Come In! come In!" cried Frederick,
"It's all the same'"
When Csrdlnal Mazarln was lying at
death's door, from a quinsy which the.
Burgeons of the lay wer? unable to I
lance, the leading dignitaries pf the i
'or Happy Stomachs!
Quick relief for Indigestion. Consti?
pation. Dyspepsia. All drug ?Inres, r.n
Beginning June 1, this store will close
, 1 o'clock Saturday and 5 o'clock other
? days for the summer months.
Sydnor & Hundley, Inc.
Grace and Seventh.
tf'gmidS Ljrgest Florist
and Sprays of un?
Phone Mad. 630.
DETROIT CAS RANGES.
ALASKA R EPH IG Eil ATOR S,
OLD HICKORY FPHXITl HE.
SOLD OX1.Y DY
50c Solid Back Hair Brushes, 29c
ins Furniture Co.,
7 West Broad St.
Cash or Credit.
8-iiu Ii Cm Bowl, $2.00.
The E. B. Taylor Co.
1011 E. Main Street,
23 W. Broad Street.
Further rcdui lions <>n Women's
Read\ to-Wear < iarinents.
Your Business in
Your home, with beautiful river frontage,
Broad Rock Water
BECAUSE IT IS BEST.
It is Best Because it Is Purest.
State and the members of bU house?
hold came to take thetr last farewells.
Greatly Impressed, they entered tho
high-ceiled bed-chamber with sorrow?
ful mien, knelt one by one beside his
COUCh to kiss hla glittering ring, .ind
passed o;u, most of thorn With hands
covering their eyes to conceal the'r
tears Last of all, however, came the
Cardinal's pet monkey, a large-sized
on. and very human looking, that
liuel been watching the scene with in?
tense interest front the threshold.
With the extraordinary intelligence of
such creatures, he Imitate 1 with cruel
oxu tness the actions of his predeces?
sors, piously and reverentially ap?
proaching the bedslte with doleful
countenance, taking a must affecting
leave pi hia master, and then burying
his face in his hands, rushing from
tiio room as though unable to control
The cardinal, who never lacked
humor, at that sight, In spite of ins
deathly weakness, burst Into a fit of
laughter and coughing which actually
broke Hie abscess in bis throat, und
saved his life at the last minute.
1 wonder, by thu way, what can have
become of Iterobrac'"'* picture oi hia
pel monkey? One fine day, while in
the act Of painting a g rotip-picture
of the wife and sfllldren of ihe worthy
Burgomaster oil Amsterlam, a servant
runn'ng into the studio brought mm
the news that his dearest pet haa
suddenly died In his?the .servant's
Full of deep grief. Rembrandt order?
ed the atlll warm body of the animal
to be brought Immediately into me
studio, and ruthlessly pushing his
pompous sitters from Hie model? throne
on which Ihey had been posing, he
placed the poor monkey ami 1 the cush?
ions, and te gan rapidly to transfer Its
likeness to canvas.
The burgomaster and his wife and
children had naturally retired In high
dudgeon, but little did the great mas
! ter care, he was too intent on his
work to think of them. The monkey's
i portrait is recorded as having bei n a
marvel, complete and absolute, bul b.v
way of a little puzzle?sitvo nobody
seem? to know what has become of It
?let me ask If any of my readers pos?
sess knowledge about Its hiding place.
"Count" Splridlon Copcovlc writes
from San Francisco, 1325 B. Fillmors
Street, and claiming connection with
the Evening Pott of that city, offers,
in view of the possible death in tho
near future of Emperor Framls-Joseph,
to furnish a "chronlque scandalouse"
about tnat venerable monarch, Tnd the
court of \ lenna. The ' count" prom i-cs
"not to conceal' Francis-Joseph's
"many bad qualities," nor. "tho Incred?
ible doings of Austrian archdukes und
archduchesses," but to give "revela?
tions froth the secret story of tno
Viennese court, which Is so rich in
sensational and scandalous chronicles."
This truly amiable man also de?
clares that few persons know as much
he does iilmseif "with all th.se mat?
ters, owing to my intimacy with Arch?
dukes Francls-Ferdlnani, Charles
Stephen. Louis Salvator, the late Arch?
duke Albrecht, the late Crownpi nice
Rudolf, whose real end I Know, and
to my position In the arlstoerey, as
well as to my connection with tue dip?
lomacy of ail European great powers
and 'BaicanlC States." Neither tile
style nor the orthography of Iiis valu?
able communication give promise of
ills speedily becoming a writer of tin
English language, whatever bis own
may be. But he asserts that lie has
i held "high military and diplomatic
I position*" though in what country ho
does not deign to mention.
Now li is us Well to say at )lUie
tnat there is on the ulliciut lists ot
the Austrla-ilungurian, tvusslun, u<
German nubility ? which 1 have befon
me?no such person us "Count Spiyl
uion Uopcevtc,' or any other name re?
sembling it in the very least, tm
patronymic '? doubtless Alouictiesiiii.
retouciieii irum tue Greek. t?m u...u. -
tunaieiy there ary nu uobiiiar) uiius
existing or eleu toleratyel, in me Kiiis*
loms of Servia, Roumuniu, Montenegro,
L.ui^aiia and Greece, or?to ijuuie null
again?in any "Balcanlv province.
Moreover, there is no one of inu name
ot uopcevic who nus ever heid any
oiHce at tue eouri of V ienna aurlng
the last forty or ttfty years, save per?
chance among the uomcatii servants,
winte the "Count s" acquaintance ivltn
the Austrian eimperor, ins euuii, unu
the various a re nun lie.-, mentioned auwve,
are as unacceptable .is Ills liublliur)
title, und ins claim to funnel uIiki.u
Furthermore, the very fact thut he
should send letters', innocent ui lau
simplest rules ut grammar or educa?
tion, ottering to furnian tne most scuu
oalous matter, i wouiu remain pcr
lecny Impartial." ho ran iui> prom, <s,
signed by the name he valla Ills, name?
ly, "Count Spirieion oppcevic,1 sum
eienlly .sunups uns so-caileu wru?r
as a person o void of birtn. breeding
and decency Ol any possioie sort.
tCopyi'lgnt, IUI-, by tin. Breutwood
TO Ulli LECTURE I'LATFOB.M.
KviiugcllM Muarl Expected lo ""cek
(..pedal to The Times-Dispatch > \
Bristol. Va., June 26.?li is an?
nounced upon good authority that tne
Rev. George it. Stuart. tne noted '
-icthodlgt evangelist, who was a co- 1
worker of the late Sam Jones. has
aoo.n decided to qu't tli" lecture plat?
form and gel back into regular
ministerial harness as a Methodist j
pastor. Ills reasons for this course
nuvu not bie-n made known lo ins
friends here, but it is stated as pus,- !
live tnat he will apply to nie- 11 ot- j
stun coherence as its annual eetlng
this fall for a regular appointment
us pastor, and it is intimated that
there is a chance of his being as - .
signed to a church in either Knox- j
%'iie or Chattanooga, Tonn.
Stuart Is recognised as one of the:
must unique characters in the Metho- i
?I st Church, and has career on the!
hi lure platform has shown him to be
second only to the late Sain Jones
himself as a plain-spoken ovuhgellst.
WIM, slJIM'DItT ttoiisllt 111/;.
It. T. Thorp, Nominee lor Prcalilrntlal
Kleeiorn-in-l urge. Writes to Colonel,
[Sp, clal to The Times-1 lispatch. |
Norfolk, Va., June ail.? It, T. TiiOrp,
one of the Itepuhllciin nominees for
I residential elcctors-at-large for Vir?
ginia, said to-day he would givi his
support to Colonel Theodore Roose?
velt. He has written a letter lo
Roosevelt telling him he can depend
upon him to do what he can for him
in Virginia, Mr. Ttiorp hus not v
? l lod trim the Republican ticket be?
cause be has not been not tie 1 o! bti
"The Uenwrrats have no fetr of
Taft." defined Mr. Thorp, "but iltev
< in put it down that they must ,'tc
kon with Roosevelt :?; the elll'lir,
Child Run Down t>y Ante.
[Special lb The Ttmos.-Dlspp.tcll'.]
Lynebburg. Va., Juno 25. West, the
rule son of Dr. and Mrs. K. F,
Younger ,wan run down by an auto?
mobile lalo ye'terday in front of his
honte at Eleventh und Court Streets,
The child wae picked up in an unoon
solous condition, und it was fear* 1
f"i a time that he 'wni* mrlously In?
jured. . tl lb reported to-day, however,
thot Ws liurtfi ore noi jertoi's, and
that he will be about In a short Unit,
The Gift of Quality
Is doubly appreciated. That cleganca
.ind fineness which characterise products
of this store is recognized by alt.
Richmond's Leading Jewelers,
Second and Broad Sts.
Anhlnnd News ."Notes.
[Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.J
Ashland. Va.. June 23.-? Mr. and Mrs.
George Bale llutchlngs, Mr. and Mrs.
Graham B. Hobson nnd little Miss
Leila Graham Hobson will leave Sun?
day in Mr. Ilutchlngs's automobile for
Baranac Like, jc. v., where they have
t.ikeu a cottage for three months. Mr.
Ilobson will return to Richmond after
a few days at Baranac Lake.
Mrs. Thomas Leary was a guest
Monday of Mrs John Leary, who is
spending the heated term with her
grandmother, Mrs. Clara Grundy.
Mr3. W. t-. Brown, of ""Bear Island."
' was recently the guest of Miss Ellis
. abeth Cardoza.
I Mr. and Mrs. James D. Hunter hava
returned from a trip to New York.
! W. L Foy has returned from Old
' Point, where he attended the meeting
'of the Bankers" Association.
E. Gravely, of Rocky Mount. X.
('.. spent the week end hero with
Mrs. A. P Gulbert and children
I will leav? July 1 to spend some time
at Jefferson Tirk Hotel, near Char
Miss Annie Pendleton Hunter re
c< ntly visited Mrs James Rylands a6
I her home In South Richmond.
Miss Mary Hawes Tyler has return
'"I from Wilson. N. <".. where she was
the guest of Miss Frances Royktn.
C. K. Pendleton returned from
[Cuckoo on Monday.
Mrs George Morris leaves Wednes?
day for a visit to her sister. Mrs.
Percy Howard. In West Virginia.
Wheat Crop Dnmnncd.
(Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Lynchburg, Va.. June 25.?Reports
jtnm Campbell county show that thn
Wheat eiop. which Is just about all
harvested, will not be much more than
half a crop. Great damage was dono
to the growing wheat during the past
month or six weeks by the Hessian
fly and chinch bugs. Prior to the
appearance of these pests the outlook
v.ac fir one of tne nest wheat yleldat
Campbell county had had for years.
Several weeks ago, on account of tlto
heavy damage to the wheat, many
Heids were plouwed under and other
crops were planted in Its place.
I.nd Kills Companion.
[Special to The Timep-r>'<"paich,.]
Harrlsonburg, Va.. June 26.?A tele?
phone message last night from the
I Blue Kid?, led on stated that Willie
I Frazler. the twelve-year-old son of
I Thomas Prezier, on Prasler's Moun
i tain, was shot and acc dentally killed
Sunday afternoon by a gun In the
! hands of Scott Shlfflett. a lad of about
I the same age. The lads were playing
I with the weapon when It was dls
I charged, the load cnterlnjr the boy's
, bean, causing instant death. The Fra'r
i zier homo is across the county l-'ne
! In Greene.
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Small Jowls. 12'jC per lb.
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Phones Monroe 512-513
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