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Famous Labor Leader Musi
Serya Time for Contempt
AN APPEAL IS TAKEN
Another Step Iii Lltigatibi
Bucks Stove and Range
W.-< ihlhgton, July 23??Nlriei months
Imprisonment 111 (hi District .i..ll was
to-day Imposed by Justice Wright as
the punishment to h- undergone by
J'>hr. Mitchell, vice-president i>i 11
American F?deration Of Labor, for cot:,
toiupt uf court, in violating mi Injunc?
tion passed December 23, 1907, unjoin
lug the further prosecution of U tlieii
existing boycott against .the Bucks
Stove and Kuiiffo Company, of fe't Louis,
Attorney Frederick U Sid.Ions, for
the labor leader, noted an appeal and
furnished $000 bond to Insure the ap?
pearance of Mitchell to servo the! son?
fence should the appcllatu tribunal at
firm tlio decision of Justice Wright,
Mitchell >..? In I .. irt.
Mitchell was not In court to hear
tre sentence pronounced, but had scut
a reqiti st, written and sworn to, seek*
Inc the lihpositluu oi tontencu lit bis !
absence because of his great d'.s- ;
tnnci: from Washington and the serious
Inconvenience to which lie would be
placed if required tu attend coAlrt ut
this time. The request als? contained
a waiver of any Irregularity lh the
passlnK of sentence in his abse nce.
Mr. Mitchell sent a flintier request
fe. the court last week, but as tho j
phraseology, of the paper made It up- ,
pear as merely, an authorisation of his
counsel to accept sentence, and (]ld not,
r-?m to be a request for consideration ?
for the respondent because of his bus- |
In ess engagements In the West. Attor?
ney .1 .1. Darlington, for the "c6irim.lt
tee of prdsetiiitors." objected to the j
piper. Word was' Immediately wired
to Mitchell, in Oregon, and the vcr-'
bingo of the request presented to-day I
? .; iat. d to him. I
He had these words typewritten, and I
not only sluned the paper in the pres?
ence of two witnesses, but went be?
fore a notary public, and made oath
i" the statements contained In It.
Kante Sentence Fornterlj Imposed.
it was Just three years arid Seven
n <l ttlS iiRO to the day thS| the Iden?
tical sentonco was Imposed by the
court on Mr Mitchell. December ;
M tchell Gompcrs and Morrison1
M ere first adjudged guilty of this con- !
tempi charge and were sentenced. Goni- ,
pers was ordered to serve one year Ii |
Jail Mitchell nine months anil Morri- .
son^slx months. The sentence of Com*
and Morrison was reimposed lasf i
montli after the Cnlted States Supreme)
Court had reversed the action of the I
Berry's top Bngs"
A Smart Club Bag.
Hera bit more (linn fifty
stylen ni.cl sices In real Icnthcr
m S'J.po up,
i> i y I o c for bot h W, e n and
All the now leathers nnd
wlckoro are shown and you'll
find here Just the bag of your
choloo at a very moderate
VVr buy direct from all the
leading factories and our soil-1
ing facilities ore auch that wo,
invito price comparisons!
"fruriks of every good char-i
ncter nnd of tho latest models
A hummer Suit Caso ol tan i
and brown cow hide at $3.
Get familiar with our liugej
Basement Department for,
lower court und a new proceeding had ,
beeil Instituted und adjudged against '
the labor men. i
Attorney rilddons presented tne '
latest request of Mitchell to the court
this morning. Justice Wright Inquired '
of Attorney Darlington what thu com- j
mittee iiad to recommend. Mr. Dar- j
.lington said he considered It com
peteht for the court to 'mposo sentence !
in the absence of a defendant on his 1
written request. The court then im?
Waiver signed July it.
The request and waiver of Mitchell
was sinned July IT. and witnessed by
Harry Yanckwleh and 11 J. Parkinson.
Tho request reads:
"Now comes .lohn Mitchell, respond?
ent In the above entitled cause, and.
showing to tho court that he is lit this
time ut a great distance from the city
of Washington, and that attendance
there at th's Uino would be the occa?
sion of serious Inconvenience to him,
requests that the sentence to be Im?
posed upon him In tl|C above entitled
cause may be imposed without, requir?
ing It's personal presence, he hereby
waiving, so fnr as the Imposition of
s.-ntence is concerned, any right upon
his part to be present nt the time of
its Imposition, and stipulating that It
shall hnvc the same force and effect
as If ho were personally present*"
Complete Course Certificate
Will Be Issued for $37.50
This special summer rate will positively expire
AugtlSt 15th. Young people should enter now and
be prepared to accept situations this fall anil winter.
Large, well lighted and ventilated halls, electric fans.
Situations secured for graduates. Personal instruc?
tion. The largest commercial school in the South.
802 Last Broad Street,
I Makes Rich
the system . r a
Juices. For fc
ly we rccomm
Crane Juice. .
Lime Juice . . .
Good Claret stlmu
:.-.t. n the digestive func?
tions und brings back
Va. Medoc Claret . 2?c
Va. Seedling Olaret, 35c
For Hot Weather
try the i < k j 1 itr UBO of
Stout or Malt Extract,
Scotch Malt.Si.50 doz
Guineas Stout.$2.25 doz
A few droi
10 any dl.-h.
H. P, Sauce. .
EVERYTHING GOOD I" BAT \M> DRINK.
504-508 East ftroad.
Tel. Monroe 101-1?8,
LONG TERM IN JAIL
FOR JOHN MITCHELL
JOHN i!l I t HBI.Ii.
IS IN ANNUAL SESSION
[Special to Tho Times-Dispatch.]
Johnson's Springs, Vtt? July 23.?
The Dover Association convened to-Jay
in its one hundredth ami twenty-ninth
annual session, with the Goochlantl
Church. The body was called to order
by .M'-dcrator Carey, and the opening
address was made by Vice-Moderator
ii. v. Cox. of Richmond.
During tho morning session the re?
ports from the churches of the west?
ern dlstr'ct were read and discussed.
D, Ityland Knight, of Calvary Uap
t'st Church, read the report on evan?
gelism, He und Dr. Alfred Bagb)
made strong spec cites on the real
meaning of evangelism;
Rev, .1. \V, Cammnck presented the
cla'ms of the Holltflous Herald, and
r?r James, of Grove Avenue Church;
Rev. .-v H. Tcmplenuin, ?r. V. \V. Bout
wright nnd Dr. K night spoke In Its
uchulf In the n>ttcruoon.
It. James read a report from the
council of Richmond churches recom?
mending a redrawal Of the city
churches from the Dover Association,
with a view to forming an associa?
tion to themselves. The report was
laid on the table to come up some
time uurlng the prest i.r_ session of the
association. Many delegates from tho
various churches. together with a
largo number of visitors ?om on the
grounds to enjoy tie' hoFpltaltty of a
generous hoa.-ted people. A large num?
ber of people from Richmond came up
In an automobile.
Winchester Preparing to Enter?
tain State Farmers' Institute
August i and 2.
Programs art- out for the ninth an?
nual session ..f (ho Virginia State
Farmers' Institute, which will he held
this year In Winchester. August 1 and
2. Officers i,f the. Institute have bet n
at w.uk for weeks on the "letalis of the
big agricultural meet and have pro?
vided a large number of interesting
! exercises and addresses. The progrnm.
' In the words of the committee. Is de?
signed to 'Interest, as well ns In?
struct," and the invitation to attend
the sessions of the Institute is ad
I dressed to the farmers of the State .is
j Well as to their wives and daughters.
, The usual reduced rates will he in
fere., on all the principal railroads,
and can he obtained upon application
t... the local agents. Secretary U. Mor?
gan Shepherd, of the State Farmers'
Institute, will open headquarters nt
the Winchester Inn on July 31, to look
alter the wants of those who atencl.
The full program follows:
? Thursday, August 1.?Morning Ses-1
slon. Invocation?Rev. w. D. Smith
I l?:46?Address of Welcome?Hori. S. I- 1
I l.upton, President Business Men's As-'
j soclatlon. M:00?President's Annual
1 Address, Westmoreland Davis. Ap
j Forecasti t lrKinia?Local showers
: Weduesdaj and probably Thursday,
' Kurth t uroltna?Local showers Wed.
1 aesdnyi Thursday, generally fulr.
j Special Local Data for Yesterday*
. !_ i.o.jh temperature. 70
S3 iv m temperature.
Ma\i::r.i:u u ni|?< i .it uro up to b
j I'. M. *>1
J I Minimum temperature up t? S
i i\ >m. g?
B ; .Mean temperature.I
B Normal temperature. BJ
Deficiency in temperature.'. c
Detlclency in tempcruture since
I March '.. ID
Accum, doilclency In temperature
j sine- January l. 613
Kxecss In rainfall since March 1... ,77
I Accum, excess in rainfall since
j January l.90
l.ornl Observation H l'. M. 1'esterdny,
Humidity . .r?S
? wind, velocity. ?'?
CONDITIONS in IJU'OHTAN'T 01TIP.S.
: (At S 1' M Bhstcrn Standard Tlnie.i
IM.k e Thi i 11 T. I. T. Weather
I Richmond .... 7". 8I 70 Clenr
Ashuvlllc . 7s v. p p. cloudy
Atlanta . SJ 92 711 Cloudy
Atlantic city. 68 KB fl Cloudy
Boston . 06 72 80 Clear
Buffalo . hi -s f.8 Cloudy
Calgary . .".<?. 88 R3 cloudy
Charleston ... SO 02 l<> Cloudy
Chicago . SO 7? Cloudy
Denver . 85 88 88 P cloudy
Duluth . 171 CO M Cloudy
oalveston .... ?t 88 f-' Clear
llatterns . h 72 clear
Havre . 70 7 0 r.S c|enr
Jacksonville .. 90 '.<\ 83 P, Cloudy
Kansas City .. i ?i 98 80 Clear
Louisville ....' SO 92 7S ciondv
Montgomery sfi 92 78 Clenr
New Orleans., 92 80 ciear
New York. 70 7 i oi Cloudy
Norfolk . 7 1 70 7 1 V- cloudy
Oklahoma .... 93 90 70 Clear
Pittsburgh ... 74 71 or Cloudy
Savannah .... 84 98 82 Cloudy
Spokane. 72 7 1 M Cloudy
Tampa . S3 "2 S2 .Clear
Wash , T>. C ? 7f> 71 oo r. cloud v
jwinnlpesr ... 70 "i ? i cloudy
Wytlievllle .. 71 ?81 88 I? cloudy
MINI ATt'ftrl M m x n ?,,
July 94, Ii*l2
' Pun rises. . . . .'. -is ITTfJtl TIDK.
I sun sets...., 7:7't Morning.,,, i 1:52
Moon sets... tiit Evening.1.33
polntment of Commute05. 19MB_Crop!
notations?Dr. C .E Thome. Director
<>hio Experiment Btalon. Discussion.
11:15?I.line anil Legunies?Prof. Alva |
Agoe, Ponsylvanla Experiment Station.
Discussion. 1:00?Adjourn for Lunch.
Afternoon Session.?Devoted en?
tirely to Alfalfa- los. E. Wing, of
Ohio; Ocorge W. Bedell, of Vlrgln'a,
Manager of Curl's Neck Estate; M.
Zlntplcmnnn. of Virginia, Manager of
eBllo Grove and Walslngham Estates;
iv W, Wamplcr and W. W. Wllklns, of
Virginia; Genera! Discussion.
Night Session?8:15, "The Farmer'
Girls." Mlss Ella Agnow; S ; 15. -Dom"?,
tic Science'; (with demonstrations)
Mrs. Mary Evans Dlllard. Note.?Mrs
Dlllard will have a special session at n
time and place announced to meet the
women and girls to discus domestic
affairs, the cost of living, organization,
etc, !':30, "Farm Homes" (stereoptl ?
con), Dr. S, W. Fletcher, director Vir?
ginia Experiment Station.
Friday. August 2: Morning Se^-ston?
9:30, "Cattle Feeding," Professor R. S.
Curtis. North fan Una Experiment Sta?
tion; discussion, Hon. J, H. C, Bevcrley
Essex county. Va.j discussion 10:30
"Dairying iri Virginia,'' W. D, Satin
dors, State ''airy Commissioner; A. B
Pike. Dairy Division, United States De?
partment of Agriculture: discussion:
11:30, "Maintenance of Road.--." Captain
P. St. .T?llen Wilson, State Highway
Commissioner; discussion: 12:1(5, "Mar?
keting of Fruit," Nat T. Frame (Me
Frame has hoi wide experience in the
market end of the fruit proposition, and
fruit growers cannot afford to miss
hearing this address) Discussion.
1:00. ndioutu for lunch.
Afternoon Session?2:30, "Aericultu
rai Progress in Virginia," Governor!
William [lodges Mann; 3:30, "Reaching
the Farmer Through Demonstration
Work." Bradford Knapp, Fnlt?<t .States
Department of Acrlculture: 3:30, "Suc?
cess , f Demonstration Work In Vir?
ginia." T. <> Handy, State ngent: 1:00.
business session, election of one-half of
C A S T O R I A
Reuben Thomas Lipscombe
Financial and Manufacturer*'
Exploiting only meritorious and mar?
ketable patents, etc. Selling only the
1 ..' ? mufacturers' products in
the two Virginias and two Carolinas.
No. IIS NOrth Elfthth Street,
311 WEST BROAD STREET.
Stag Paint and Stains cheapest strictly
high 11 iss paints,
Radiatoi Gold Rronze, 50c lb.
Moprt . 25c each.
Iltirnishiht, 10c can.
lew Sorten Doors closing out at cost.
Murcsco and .Mummy Calcimine, 2?C
A Few Words in Anticipation
of the Establishment in
this city of United
"The United Cigar Stores" is a name given to an enterprise,"
nation-wide in its scope, devoted to establishing successful cigar
stores throughout the United States,
Here in the Souih ours is essentially a Southern enterprise; our
business is incorporated in the South, our Southern company is
officered by Southern people, our organization is composed
almost entirely of ambitious young men of the South who are
anxious to make their success ours and our success theirs.
In a growing city, like Richmond, our business is soon localized,
actually becoming a home enterprise; the product of local
manufacturers is exploited by our stores at least as much .'is
they are by any retail stores here; all but a very small fraction
of every dollar spent in our stores goes to pay wages, rent ,
taxes, light, heat. etc. right here in this city so that literally
United C igar Stores are a Richmond enterprise as much as
any retail stores could be.
A United Cigar Store to be Opened
at 836 East Main Street
Largest in the World Because We Serve the People Best
board of directors; reports oi commit'
lees; adjournment. ,
Ml** Lucy A. Suundera,
L Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Frederlcksburg, \*a.i July 2:'..? Mrs
Lucy a. Saundcrs, of Essex county,,
died nt tho home of her son in that
county, at the r.go of sixty-four years.
She Is survived by two daughters and
T. II. Jones.
[Special to The Tlmos-DlspatCh.]
Lyhchburg, \"a.. July 23.?T. II. Jones,
aged nfty-Hix years, died .Sunday in
Amherst county after a long Illness of
pellanru. He wa.s a native of Nelson
county. The burial look place latt
yesterday at Tye River, after the
funeral services at his home.
Miss May GrlKsby,
L&peolal to The Times-Dispatch.]
Frederlcksburg, Va., July 2J.?Miss
May Grlgsby, formerly of King George
DYSON?Died, nt the residence of his
son, L, i. Dyson, 13 south Cherry
Street, at 0:30 P. M., July J3, U N.
DYSON, in the sixty-eighth year or
Funeral notice later.
Portsmouth papers please copy.
SOl'TIlVYOKTJl?l'assed away, July 22,
11U2, after u brief Illness, W. U
SOUTHWORTH. lie leaves a wife,
six children, six brothers and three
sisters to mourn their loss.
Mis funeral will take place \vi:i>
NKSDAY, July 2 1, from Iii? home,
near Peiiola, In Caroline county, in?
terment In tho family burying
I BLACKBURN?(Died, nt the residence
of her parents. July 16, P.IVA IRENE
BLACKBURN, aged four months,
daughter of Alton a. and Hertha K.
LEAK 15?Died, Tuesday, nt R:?.n A M?
at the home of Mr. Ft. L. Harnes.
Sherwood Park. MP.s \V S LEA KID.
Funeral THIS AFTERNOON at 4
o'clock from Grove Avenue Baptist
TTIJHIt?filed. In Baltimore, on .Ttiiv
22. MRS, MaTTTE P. TYLER, wife
of II. T.. Tvler and daughter of the
late .in mos Tl. Bridges.
Burial In Baltimore.
MANNING?Died, at his residence, 11?
North Twenty-sixth street. July ;s.
at 9:SB o'clock p. M.. cirniSTopin:n
Funeral notice later.
Nathalie, Vn? July IS, 1912.
DE J A RN ETTE?GEORG E DE J A H -
NETTE, eighty-four years old, died
nt bis home, near Republican Grove.
JUly li. 1312. He was a Confederate
veteran, and served thrnuchniit the
war. He was n member ot Captain
Colllns'R company of cavalry (known
n? the catawba company, ot Halifax
county*. Thtrrt Regiment, Company
it. wickhnm's Brigade He was not
at the surrender at AppomattOX, \
having gone with the cavalry to
wards Lyrichburg, tie was probably
the oldest member of Chlldroy Hnp- i
tlst Church. He leaves n widow. '
who was Mts? Alice Marshall before
marriage; two sons, James Do ,iar
netto of South Boston, and Djtri T.
He .latnette. of Republican Grove,
nnd n number of grandchildren ;>ioi
greftt-arrandnhlldrcn to mourn their
loss Several of his old comrade* In
i ermi were .it bin bflrtnl on Friday
i to nay their last tribute of respect
COUr.tyi died a few days Qgo at her
homo In Washington, used twenty
three years. She was the daughter of
the late Milton Grlgsby und Is sur?
vival by her mother and three sta?
Ii. A. Hanson,
I Special to The Tlmcs-Dlspatch ]
Dlllwyn. Va.. July 23.?It. a. Hanson
a prominent business nian of this place,
died this morning at 1 o'clock at his
home. Mr. Hanson had been In bad
health for some time, but kept at his
business until ten days ago. Mr. ttan
Bon was born In l^SX lie was a native
of Hucklngham and spent the whole of
his life In this county. Eighteen
ago Mr. Hanson begun business nt this,
place, lie win be burled at I.is old
home place near Enonvlllo to-morr<
The Odd-Fellows of White Hall Lodge.
No. 2S.1, of which he was a lead.ng
I member, will ntllciat.- at the burial
I Special to The Times-Dispatch )
Elisabeth City. N. C. duly 23 l<
BUrcher, of Woodvllle, Ferqulmahs
county, died yestertla) afternoon afiet
an illness of several weeks, He ???
fifty-eight years old and Is survived I }?
his wife and one son.
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