Newspaper Page Text
OBJECTS TO TRIAL
BY JUDGE SKEEN
Indicted Men in Lee County
Election Cases Will Seek
|| Change of Venue.
tPprclal to The TImos-DIspatch.]
Bristol, V.i . June 26.?Xewi of the
Tumblings of discontent conic from
JonesVllle, the county tout of '.ee. us a
result of the recent decision of the
State Supreme Court sustaining Judge
Skecn. of the Circuit Court, In lining
l'lannary for having refused to testify
as to whether he bought the vote of
u certain man for certain candidates.
The more tnan l.'0u men now under In
diotinent, charged with having partic?
ipated In elc Itldn briberies in thut
county, mid their friends are said to
be an> thing but pleased, nnd It Is In
tlmatcd that trouble may yet follow
us a result of anonymous threats made
against the court. It is said that there
Is in' feeling against the Court of Ap?
peals, but that the trouble comes as
t!;c result of what was embodied in tho
brief of Judge K. W. Penhlngton, who
v.-.is appointed by the- court to represent
the Commonwealth before the higher
The decision, it Is said, Is net calcu?
late;! to quiet the troubled waters in
Lee county very much, and a commo?
tion among those indicted is saiil to be
not unlikely. Discussing the situation,
a Lea county man who Is more or less
familiar with the details, said:
"1 am informed, whether correctly
so or not. that the next movement on
tlie part of the indicted men and their
friends, as well ns a great many citi?
zens of both parties who were not In?
dicted, but who are opposed to tho
methods adopted, will petition Judge
f'keen. asking that he desist from try-,
ing tile bribery cases and permit some
other fudge to try the election cases, i
er certify them to the several Justices
of the peace In the county for trial,
s .ping that they ennnot get an Im- |
jirti.il trial in his court."
"Will any of the indicted pcorlo leave
the 'ounty?'1 was asked.
"So f.ir ns I know, none of these'
fople has left the county nor will I
sny one do so, if 1 am correctly ad?
vised. 1 am told that they arc follow?
ing the advice of their counsel to stand
trial when they have to and mako th->
best fight possible."
The case.- are set for hearing In An
gist, beginning on tne 19 th. Tho
question sought to have decided by
counsel for the defense In the Flannary I
cafe, hiving been obscured by other'
Ist 'es, was left undecided, and it is;
Intimated that many people of fhe j
county win not be reconciled with ref?
erence to the election business until!
other questions that will come up In j
the trial of future cases are decided
by the Supreme Court.
The organization of a company at
Creenoville,'Tenn., for tho purpose of
establishing a hydro-electric plant on
the Nolachuckey River, at n cost of
; 0.000, and the purchase this week,
apparently by the same people, of tiie
Johnson City Trnction Company's prop?
erties and the properties of the Wa
tauga Electric Company, at .Johnson
City, Tenn, Is accepted ns evidence of
i\ plan to combine all the electric In
t. r< Sta of upper Kast Tennes>ee. \V
V, N Powollson and others Interested
in the Johnson City deal are also in?
terested in the Greenevllle deal. The
price paid for the Johnson City prop?
erties was |31.'5,000. The Johnson City
traction properties were owned mainly
toy the heirs of the late Congressman
Walter P. Brbwnlow, who invested In
these properties a few years prior to
A third suit has been tiled in a per?
sistent effort to break the will of tho
lati Alfred I.uttrell, who was a citizen
of Bristol, and who Is said to have left
property valued at about JOT.000. Nei?
ther of tho two suits heretofore tiled
\k RESILIENT W^^^F
Easily Fits Any Quick Detachable Rim
No Tools Required
The superiority of Michelin Tires
is recognized all over the World
IN STOCK BY
Foster Motor Car Co.,
605-607 W. Broad St
jeja sea a#ipjpwpBW ? i a aas i ' -?
Wear a feather-weight and smile. No
use in loading up your frame with un?
necessary weight this weather.
Two-piece suits in brilliantine and
( crash at $5 to $ 1 5. In serge or home?
spun at $15 to $25. Also special
summer trousers in white for your blue
coat at $5 to $8. Belts in tan, black
or gray, 50c up.
White buck and canvas shoes, $4
A dandy straw at $2.50
wer? successful In any respect. After i
providing for the widow of Luttrcll, |
the will provided that H. (i. Peters, the
executor, shall use the property for I
the tinnetit of charity and for church
purposes. The- relatives are dissatis?
fied. Nine complainants arc mentioned
In the present suit
News ?f South Richmond;
i Eouth Richmond Hirrau. i
1010 Hull .Street.
Phon, Maillson ITS.
Coming denn from the cloud* ,uid
carding kidnapping thcun**. th>- Southsld?
poll-'e &ro convinced Hint I lie dlsappcar.mev
of wniio Harris, the fourteen-year-old son
of Wilbur Harri?, of SH wv?t Fifteenth
Street, will he explained by too much "Wild
West" motion picture*, combined with the
wanderlust which strikes the email b..y
during tho lesson of the year when the
<:r.-u? comes urui the green apples begin to
Willie when last s?en was talking with u
stranger In the South lclrhnior.ri varda of
the (Southern Railway, and from the crn
fral trend of the convt>i sntlon. r.s beard
by a companion. It Is thought thnt Willie
was overcome by th.- dl> ??'rir>t1on of the
. ortng? (troves of faraway Florida. The po
lleo nre sure this is tnc proper theory.
I h:h1 have requested the poitee of several
towns nn the Florida riule to keep nn eve
I open for the hoy. who they think ?rill wan?
dt r home when the glamour wean off.
Joyiidera Begin Term.
; Jennie De Korest, a white woman, and
I William Scott, colored, were tnk'n yesler
I day afternoon to chesterfield Courthouse to
commence a sentence of six months each.
J Tin, couple were members of a Joyrlding
I party who Invaded the sacred precincts of
I ChcMerllcld one week ago. They were
caught and sentenced to pay a tine of l?o
I and costs, and lo serev six months In the
I .11 in Stulls, brother of the notorious
I Stairs, who escaped from the Virginia Pen
I itenllary after hiding thirteen days n a
sewer, was yesterday sent lo the county
Jail for six months, stairs, who was out
on a pence bpnd, was surrendered by his
surety, \v. P. Lob man.
Charged With Kidnapping.
Ira DavIS will this morning In the Polles
Court, Part 2, face a charge ef kidnapping.
The victim of the attempt was Mary Tal?
le)-, a youTiR Church Hill girl, who. It I?
alleged In a warrant, was taken from the:
custody of her father. Qatewood '('alley, by |
Davis With the Intent to many her. Davis:
Is alto Charged with assaulting Ta'.ley. Ho
will be defended by Attorney Charles T.
With the Tollce.
Cenrge Washington Mann was arrested
yesterday at noon on a chargo of belns
drunk und disorderly in Washington Park.
When approached hy Farkkeeper Lacy :
Red ford the man became abusive, and war,
turned over to the police.
Thema? Orlmcs, drunk and unable to care!
for himself, was arrested yesterday and
taken to the Third Station to recover.
Muds Stolen suit.
After s long search Officer J. A. Eaughan
yesterday succeeded in locating a ?ult of
clothes pawnsd by James Hyde, a colored
Forcc'uM i I'or Vlrfilnln and Xorlh
Carolina?I.oral slionrra Thtiradny and
Special I.ocnl Dnln for Yesterday.
12 noon temperature . 82
a p. M. temperature . M
Maximum temperature up to 8
P. M. li.
Minimum temperature up to 8
P M. C6
Mean temperature . vu
Normal temperature . 77
Deficiency in temperature . 7
Deficiency in temperature since
March 1 . 107
Accum. <ii Hclehcy in temperature
since January 1 . 69S
Excess in ratntall since March 1. 3.38
Accum, excess In rainfall since
January l . 3.25
Local Observation h r. M, s'esterda).
Temperature . 7'J
iluinldlty . 83
I Wind, direction .South
' Wind, velocity. . 3
w catner .?. p. c.
j COXDITIOXS IX IMI'OITTAXT CITIES.
(At s P. M. Eastern Standard Time.)
Place. Ther. 11. T. L. C. Weather.
Ashevlllo .... 72 81' 66 Clear
j Atlanta . 74 80 6* Clear
Atlantic City. 72 so 72 cloudy
! Huston . 76 ss 7 1 1 Hear
Hulfalo . 7.' ..; 66 Clear
I Calgary . S-1 90 ;.7 P. cloudy
I Charleston .. 62 So 70 Cloudy
I Chicago .62 i'.s 62 Clear
I Denver . 8n 88 88 Clear
I Dullith . ?S 62 S3 Clear
I Galveston ... SO 8S 74 Clear
! llatteras _ 71 SO 74 P. cloudy
i II vre . SS SO 60 P. cloudy
Jacksonville.. 76 84 70 Cloudy
Kaniaa C'ty.. 84 88 71 Clear
.Montgomery.. 76 84 68 1?. cloudy
New Orleans, so 86 74 Cloudy
New York ... 82 Si 72 Cloudy
1 Norfolk . 76 82 7 1 Cloudy
Oklahoma ... 82 84 66 Clear
Pittsburgh .. fio 86 70 cloudy
Italeigh . 74 7i 70 Cloudy
St. l.ouls .... 82 8? 70 p. cloudy
St. Paul . 78 SO 68 Clear
Sn.n Francisco 63 66 54 Clear
Savannah ... 76 82 74 Cloudy
[Spokane . !>2 f'S 66 Clear
Tampa . 7 8 so 7i Cloudy
Washington.. 78 SS 74 Cloudy
Winnipeg ... ;s 84 56 Cloudy
Wytnevillo ..72 S2 66 Cloudy
51 rXIATURB AIJIAN.tr,
Juno 27. 1912.
Sun rlsta.... 4:82 Morning.... 2:88
Sun sets. 7.33 Evening.8:36
youth, who Is alleged to have stolen them
i from a room occupied by Willie Lewis.
Hyde w ill be given a hearing* this moraine I
In the Police- Court, fart ?.
Death of .Mr. Cox.
c.eorge P. Cox, for:-, years old. died y,
terdny morning nt Itlgg* Sanatorium. In |
Maryland. Ills remains will be brought
to his home In Woodland Heights for]
Mr. Cox leaves n widow and nn Infant |
child, lie Is alao survived by n sister. Mrs.
B. J. Minor: two brothers. James H. und]
T. B, Cox. He was n son of the late Wil?
liam Cox and a grandson of the lale Judge I
James H. fox. The funeral arrangement* |
have not vet been completed.
Kcccptlun for Departing 1'ostor.
A rrceptlon 'win be tendered to-night st!
S o'clock by the congregation of the Sacred j
Heart church In honor of the ttev. Father
Coleman, who will ieavo Friday for his new j
charge In Newport News.
Father Coleman has since assuming ?
charge of this parish endeared himself
to hi* parishioners, nod this transfer to i
another Held will hi' deeply regretted by
every one on th" Southsld*.
Miss Elsie Cleveland Is the guest of Miss'
Mri i :-irk and daughter. Miss Margaret,
who have been the guests of Mrs Thomas]
VafTron. have returned to their home
Charleston, W. Va.
?Mrs. 11. T. Minor, of Korest Hill. Is In
Atbemsrle county, where she will atter.'l
the marriage of" h<*r niece, Miss Mary j
Again the Japiuicsr.
Numbers of persons ire returning to
the Colonial Theatre this week for th*
second and even the third time to see
the remarkable performance of the
Asahi Troupe of Japanese, and the act
grows more bewildering and Interest?
ing each time. Last night .\sahl work?
ed les tied, thumbs' trick with his
hands in a glair of light less than
three freel from the writer's lliqiilr'nsr
eyes and with the scribe's own walk?
ing stick, with the remit that the
would-be Brighteycs remained more
mystified than before. And that spec?
tacular foot juggling aot is never
twice the same, but appears more im?
possible .with each performance.
It may be of .merest to the non
votlnp sex to know that the hack drop
is of black velvet, hnnd-embroidered In
silver and Kold. W. D. O.
WORK OF Cl.l'B WOMKN.
Mrs. Moore Dlscussc Accomplishments and
San Francisco. June What the club!
w omen of the country are doing tO-dsy. I
what thev have d-">i,e in the !Hst four years. J
nnd what they In'end to do In Ihe future1
were the general outline* of the valedictoryI
delivered to-day by Mrs. Philip North |
*Moore. of St. I.ouis. retiring president of the
General Federation of Women's Clubs, now
la session here for It* eleventh biennial con?
Among the arcon*pii*hm*nts listed. Mrs.
Moore said that the country at large hnd
the rluh women to thank for the pure food
law. the preservation Ot Niagara Falls. Ihe
passage of the Week* hill for the conserva?
tion of forest lands, and much legislation
looking to the welfare of women and chil?
For the future sV.? urged that women ad?
dress themselves particularly to Interna?
tional and Industrial p??ce, regulation of
the press and th* drama, education. In?
spection of factor!*,, ard legislation affect
ng social and civic life.
The Sunday comic (heel came in for sharp
criticism as ncton.! y "vicious."
Details of divorce, scandal and crime, she
thought, were less and Ifss tolerable to wo?
Hoy Hang- Himself.
Washington. June ;,* ? Because thirteen-1
year-Old GUy Hurd received a parental re-|
bake last Saturday for rMhnnsmg a watch,
lor a chicken, to which he had taken a
fancy, the boy banned himself to a tree
near hi* home. Hl? disappearance canted a
search for hint, which resulted to-day
the discovery of his !<ody.
Ill With Scarlet Fever.
Master Edward Simons Is 111 at his
homo on West Main Street with scar?
OOXttUEIl ASIATIC CHOLERA.
Pasteur Scientists Report Success from
Paris. June 2fi.?The Matin says that
the physicians at the Pasteur Institut?
at Tun!.-- claim to have achieved a sue
cess w'l'n the n*w prophylactic method
of treadtng .\siatic cholera. Ttriefly it
consists of injection of the comma
bacilli found In the intestines of chol
? KERMIT solves your j
?S Summer collar prob- j
?lern nicely. Givesj
S you a really smart i
[E collar ihat's easy and?
?jj comfortable. j
S " Kermit" is designed to j
S meet all the requirements;
S of Fashion?and exactly suited j
S to this season of the year when J
warm weather begins to tell, j
mm Go In to the good haberdasher!
in your locality and ask him!
?s to show you this style?and!
m*I other !
^ O/a'osi Liranc/ in A/nerica
? 2 for 23c. Ousrtcr Sizes ?
? UnitedShirt & Collar Co.. Makers. Troy Zaa
The Implement Co.,
have just issued a new and
complete Farm Implement
Catalog ?iving up-to-date in?
formation and prices of
Ml Farm Implements,
Corn and Cotton Planters,
Wheel and Disk Cultivators,
Dump and Farm Wagons,
Saw and Planing Mills,
Metal and other Roofings,
Buggies, Harness, Saddles,
Barb Wire, Fencing, etc.
Our prices ore very reason?
able for first-class flupplies.
Catalog mailed free on request
Write fo?- it.
The Implement Cq?
1302 E. Main St., Rlohmond, Va.
NATURE AND SCIENCE UNITE TO MAKE
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
A MEDICINE FOR ALL MANKIND
Best for over 50 years in caiei of
stomach, throat and lung trouble and
as a tonic stimulant and body builder.
era patient.--. It is said that the blood
thereby becomes extremely rich, and
renders people immune from tile con?
tagion. Three physician*, N'.colle.
Coner ajid Conaell, experimented on
themselves and a!?o swallowed the
Dr. Roux. In reporting the matter to
the. Academy of Sciences, ya'd that
even If the efficacy of the experiments
were not proved, they -were '.n'. treating
and deserved to be followed up.
Mian I.tick I'nrkr Brooke.
Miss Luck Tarke Brooke, dauhgter
of Rfev. Frank J. and the late Lucy
Rentle rtrooke. died suddenly Tuesday
at Romnev. W. V. The funeral will
take place to-morrow morning at ]o
o>iock from the residence or William
C, Bentley, 202 Fast Main Street.
Funeral of Or. Wallace.
rSpecini to The Tlmea-D sp?ten ] '
Bristol. Va . June 26.?The funeral
of the Rev. Jesse Albert Wallace. D
p., who died suddenly at his homo
here Sunday night. was conducted
Irom the First Presbyterian Church
at 10 o'clock this morning, with many
prominent ministers or Holston Pres-1
bytery In attendance Dr. Wallace
was recognize.1 as the father of tho
presbytery. bolnK 1 he oldest minister
In "point of service. The Rev. 1'. ?V
Carson, D. P., assisted by other min?
isters of the presbytery, was In
charge of the service. Many prettv
floral Ottering." adorned the ' casket,
these having come mainly from old
students and new students of K:nr
''oilege. the Presbyterian Institution
here, of which Dr. Wallace was for
so many years president.
Mm. I.Inda Hell Mitchell,
fSpeclal to The Times-Dispatch.!
Lynchburg, Va.. June 26.? Mrs. Lin?
da Bell Mitchell, aged forty-four years,
died this morning at 12:20 o'clock at
her home In Madison Heights. Mrs
Mitchell was the wife of Chsftua II
Mitchell. The burial will take
morrow at Meade's Chapel. In Amtierst
J. A. Floyd.
Lynchburg, Va., June 2f>.?A privat?
telegram from Atlanta, fla.. tit's morn?
ing announced the death In that city
last night of Jesse Anderson Floyd, a
native of this city, who only a short
time ago removed from Wilmington,
N. C, to Atlanta. r,a.. where he held
a position with tho Fruit Growers'
Express, an auxiliary company of the
Mr. Floyd was about forty-throe
years of age. and he was a son of
Colonel X. H. Floyd. He Is survive,1
by his wife, who was a Mtss Weaver,
of Orange county, and two sons, R.
Franklin Floyd and Nathaniel M
Floyd. In addition to bis father, he
linn the following brothers nnd sis?
ters surviving: M. S. Floyd, of Whar
ton. Texas: Lee P. Floyd. f,f Now
York; Charles A. Floyd, of Lynch
burg, and Mrs. Albert Kramer. of
Richmond. He was a Royal Arch Ma?
son and a Knight Templar. Mr. Floyd
was a nephew of Mrs. J. C Feniher
ston. of tills city.
The body Is to be brought to Lynch
burg to-n'ght. nnd arrangements are
being made for the burial some time
Mrs. .Mary O. Grandy.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Elizabeth City. X. C, June 26. ?Mrs.
Mary O. Grandy, wife of ex-Sheriff
Nathan <i. Grandy. died yesterday
noon, nfter a long Illness. In the sev?
enty-third year of her ago. The
funeml services were conducted this
afternoon at 4 o'clock, and the Inter?
ment was in Hollywood Cemetery.
Colonel Cieorgf W, Ablieft.
[Sped il to Tho Times-Dispatch.1
Appomattox. Va., June 26.?Colonel
George W. Ahbett. aged eighty-four
years, died a this home near here to?
day, after a lingering .lnoss. Ho Is
survived by six sons and t.hreo dltugh
ters_Burr Abbett, Newport News;
Charles Abbott. Lynchburg, and Goo.
Rawlcy, Gils and Walter, of this
county, and Mrs. White, of Lynch
burg; Mrs. Rernnrd, of Newport News,
and Mrs. Covitigton. of this place.
Colonel Ahbett was ono time clerk
of the countv and wob n brother of
the Into Dr. William Abbett. He
went Into the army as second lieuten?
ant nnd came out ns colonel In the
"Wise brigade. Funeral services will
bo held on Thursday from his Homo
here, and will be conducted by his
pastor. Rev. Mr. IIlx.
iSpcelnl to The Times-Dispatch.1
Louisa, Va.. June 26.? Charles Thomp?
son died nt his home here this morn?
ing at. 9:30 o'clock. Ho had been In
declining health for severnl years, and
was stricken with paralysis Friday.
He was seventy-three years old and
was horn and raised In tho lower end
of Louisa county, but had lived here
for several years. He Is survived by
one sister here, Miss Snllie A. Thomp?
son, and one sister In Fort Worth,
Texna. Mrs. William ElllH. The funeral
will be from the refildenco to-morrow
afternoon at 4 o'clock, nnd will be
conducted by Rev. Mr. London, of the
Episcopal Church, of which he was a
member. Mr. Thompson belonged to a
prominent Virginia family and was a
gallant Confederate soldier,
BROOKE?Died, suddenly, on .Tune 25.
at Romney. W. Va.. LUCY PARKE
BROOKE, daughter of Rev. Frank
J. nnd tho late Oay Bentley Brooke.
Funeral FRIDAY MORNING at 10
o"clock from the residence of Wm.
C. Bentley. 202 East Main Street.
COX?Died, June 26. 1912. nt Rlggs
Sanatorium, IJamsvllle, Md., GEORGE
P. COX. He is survived by a wife
and Infant child, a sister. Mrs. R. T.
Minor. Jr. and two brothers, James
H. Cox and T. B. Cox.
Funeral arranjpnienU will, be an.,
i souAced jalar*
HAMILTON FISH WEDS
MRS. F. 0. AMSINCK
Former AsmlMnnt Treasurer of
United State? Marries
New York. Juno 26?The, marriage
of Hamilton Fish nn<l Mis. Florence
Delaplalne Ams<ln<*k yesterday was
marked by the utmost simplicity. The
< "reinony took place at Mrs Amsln' k's
town house, S10 Fifth Avenue, In th
drfiwintr-room, on the second floor,
iooklnj; out over the park. The room
was decorated with white roses nad
palms. The Very Rev. Dean Gros
yenor. of the Cathedral of St. John the
Divine, ofll'-inted. the reremony taking
Ida ? at 1 o'-|o(k. The bride wore a
soft Bray gown, topped by matching
hat, and there wer... no attendants.
Those Invited Included the families
and very close friends of Mr. Fish ant
his bride, less than fifty In all A
iToakfnpt. but no reception, followod,
the tables botnjf decorated with roses.
Pink and white roses nd apalms were
used throughout tho wide main hall
Mr. and Mrs. Fish left during the
nftornoon on their car for a motor
trip and In July will sail for Europe
to travel there by motor. They will
visit Hay and bo for a time at Mrs.
Fish's villa. Their stay abroad will bo
Indefinite, perhaps only six months
and perhaps eighteen.
Mr. Fish wan assistant treasurer of
the United States under President
Roosevelt, end a representative for
several years. Ills first wife was Miss
Emily Mann, of Albany, who died
twelve years ,tKO. Ho has four daugh?
ters?Mrs. W. K HrcPSf and Mrs. John
II. Cutler, of Boston, and thu Misses
Janet and Helen Fish?and one son.
Hamilton Fish. Jr.
Mrs. Fisli was formerly Miss
Florence Dolaplalne, and married first
James Hude Beekman, who died sev?
eral years since. She then married
Oustave Atr.ein^k, a well know:;
lanker and bachelor, who died two
SEAMEN MAY STRIKE
New York. Juno 2C.?A strike of sea?
men nr.d other employes on coastwise
steamships Monday next seems Inevita?
ble, The cotnyianles object to the re?
newal of the agreement -which expires
at the end of this week. About twenty
companies nr.d 60,000 employes ore af?
The itn'on some tine afro asked for a
renewal of the old agreement with a
few minor modifications. Th? com?
panies) replied that the agreement had
been unsatisfactory, rfuuirlnjt in many
oases the employment of Incompetent
labor. There was no objection on the
part of the employers to the present
waso sca'o. which they agreed to con?
A statement by officials of the Cflyde
Line e-xplains the companies' stand ns
"Under the union agreement we had
10 take the meTi the union sent. Wo
carry too rr.-ir.y thousands of dollars
of carjro and are. responsible for too
many lives to take such a risk. Even
the union officials admit that they have
not given us proper service."
Solicitor-General Quits Office*
Bullitt May Be Named
Washington. June 26.?Frederick W.
Lehmann, solicitor-general of the
United States, has placed his resigna?
tion In the handa of President Taft.
William Marshall Bullitt, or La I
Vlllc, ivy.. Is said to be under consider?
ation by President Tuft as a successor
to Mr. U'limaiui. Some oftlclals hero
regard It us settled that the place hits
been offered to Mr. Bullitt, und that ho
ban accepted. It has not been decided
when Mr. Lehmann's teslgnatlon is to
Mr. Lehmann, who Is a Democrat,
has been prominently mentioned for a
place upon the Supreme Court bench,
*nd hus been regarded by many u:i a
possibility for Attorney-General If a
Democratic administration should coma
It s known that Mr. Lehmann re?
signed against the vigorous protests of
Ailorney-General Wlckoreham. who
was Insistent that the solicitor-general
should retain bis offleo at least until
next spring, but Mr. Lehmann co.ild
not be persuaded, Ills plans arc not
known, though some of hb< friends )>??
Ilevo be may become active In politics
In the eomlng campaign
To-day Mi. Lehmann absolutely re?
fused to alscuss his resignation. Im?
probably will return to his homo In
St. Louis, where he was practicing
law when the President appointed him
to succeed the late Lloyd \V. Powe. ?.
Solicitor-General Lehmann's resig?
nation 1b much regretted by Attorney
General Wickersham. who looked upon
him os one of his closest advisers.
Mr. Lehmann completed the corpora?
tion tax case successfully In the su?
preme Court after Mr. Bowers'* death
*nd bore a large port of th" pre.
llmlnary work In the preparation
, tho government s suit against the
steel corporation He prepared the
opinion upon which lh.^ National City
Company or New York, proposed ay a
giant holding company of hanks, de?
rided to change its plan* to meet tho
approval of the government.
New York. June 26.?William Mar?
shall Bullitt was seen at his club hers
to-day. but he declined to discuss Mr.
Lehmann* reslgnal'on or the proba?
bility of his succeeding him.
HOUSE HUSBAND ASTRAY
rralned to Domestic Hullen, But Over?
fond of Boose,
Chicago, June 26.?Isaac Danlelsnn.
thirty-live years old. weight CO'i
pounds, is n well trained houie hus?
band, but he. will g.ize fondly at bear
jsigns when sent to thi corner for u
Upocd of thread. With f>0 cents in his
1 hand D.mtelson debated with himself
and voted thread an extremely dry
I Accordingly he played flve-m'nuto
stands at various amusement houses
land wound up his engagement In Judge
Calverly's court, "disorderly conduct'
being the bill. It was there he ex?
plained his vocation of "house-hus?
"My wife Is an expett milliner and
r.in make more money thnn I." he said,
"so she works and I stay nt home to
attend to tho house."
"Do you want him t:etil to Jail?'*
i.sked the Judge of his wife.
"No. I'll take htm back," responded
Mrs. Danletson, "becauBj I do not want
to do the housework."
The prisoner was freed.
STRIKING WEAVERS RETURN
Mnnr Denied lte-l".ini>lo> ment by I.nn
Clinton. Mass.. June 26.?The strike
of weavers ?t the Lancaster mills for?
mally ended to-day willi the- return
of members or the Industrial Worker*
?.f the Wot Id. wiio have been out ncur
ly fourteen weeks. Several of the
strikers havb received notice from the
mill official* that they will not lm
Since the stilke began the loss to
operative* In wams has been about
6200,000, and nearly ?ofi persona are
believed to have gone to other ndus
trlal cfntrrs for employment.
BEADLES?In loving remembrar.ee of
my dear mother, who elled one year
ago to-day, June IT. 1911.
Sleep on, dear mother. ?o free from
Wake her not. sweet sptrlt. to suf?
She is resting so peacefully; Oh. let
her sleep on.
Her sufferings are over, her troubles
_MRS. HERBERT gEAPLEg.
Thing in^ Stoves
[l| For a midnight supper, as for any other meal at any
other time, the very latest thing in stoves?the best
that stove-artists can do?is a
It Burns O?
It is Handy
" ?No Dirt
It is Ready?
NEWARK. N. JT.
It concentrates the heat when you want it
and where tou want it It it at ouiek ai pas,
steadier ?nrf handier than"coal, cheaper than
electricity. i ?
iThe New P?rf?t)on Stove hu lout, ea?me!ed.
lurquoue-blue chimnev?. It is hisdtoroelr fcniahed
in nickel. w'lS cabinet top. drop ?.hrtte,, towel
Hcla, etc. Mtde w-.lh I, 2 or 3 burner,.
All dt?t?r? carry the New Perfection Store.
Free Coot-Book with erery ?tove. Cook-Book also .
livea to anyone teodtng 5 centi to cover mailing cott .*
STANDARD OIL COMPANY;
(Incorporated In New Jersey)