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TAKEN BY DEATH
Father John II. !<<?:
Dies at His Hoinc in
Prince < ieorgc.
HAD BEEN ILL LONG TIME
Iii Charge ?f Sarrod Heart Cath?
olic t iiurcii for Six
f. Bollinghrook Street.
Petersburg, Va., July 31.
Tho Rev. Pat her John 11. IConlcek.
pistor of tho Bohemian settlement In
Prince George hnd Dlnwiddle count los,
:or the post six years in charge of tho
Sacrod Heart Catholic Chut oh and other
missions, .jiod this morning at his res*
lilciice In Prime George. II.' was
thirty-three years oia and a native ot
Bohemia, where his father, brothers
i ni sisters live. Father Koiilcek whs
n beloved | rl< t an 1 was greatly re
speclcd by all who knew hlni. For sov
eral years his health had beeti .l-clln
Ing, and for a long lime he sought re?
lief at Aslievlllc. N. ?'. from which
place ho returned abuut lbree months
uk.i t-> pass his closing d iys among his
\c?\ Council Cbniriiicn,
At the caucus .<r the members of the
two branches of the Council last night,
al Wlilch nineteen Councllmcn and all
twelve Al.let men were present, chair*
lheii "T all the joint standing cotnmlt
.... the term beginning September
1 when the new Council goes into
office, were elected Thos.. participat?
ing In the caucus were the holdover
and the newly elected members. The
chairmen elected were as roilowa:
Finance, Captain N. T. Puttospn;
claims, W 1 Whoary; str. etsi O, W.
Mattbx: Ptibiic Property. .1. P McCul
joeh: Cefnetery. j antes W. Wells: ?Oas
und bight, it?berl W. Price; Ordinances
nnd Courts of Justice) i ?>. Ncltns:
Water Works and Sewers, P s. Pugh:
Pirks and Markets, c. W Alley: Health,
.lohn H. Hat-VHP, Belief, <;. C. \V.right;
Tn'al:. Improvement; H I? Smith; De?
flection, lt. s chandlers Purchasing
V w Tucker: Lower Appomattox
Hoard, William IC00tilg.
11- reason of charges in the two
T odies on September, l. several changes
liecessarv In the .?halrtnanships
the committees, it is customary for
-he chairmen to select and recommend
tue members who are to make up the
full committees, the two branches^ of
course, to Cloel them.
After th- adjournment of the caucus
the members of the Council met and
elected O W. Mattbx president and
It'obl rt Wi Price vi ? -president of thai
ho.lv. The Al l. , men r.-elected W ll-l
jiam Koehls prcsldi nt of the board and
elected P- S. pugii vice-president.
Heavy lohne.-.. ?AportH.
From tigures compiled by chtct Clerk
j Bpo?ner Epes lit th. ottlce ..t Collec?
tor of customs Wlllsori, in this city,
the Information is gathered that in
the manufacture nnd export bt to?
bacco, Petersburg did an Immense tius
liicss th- past year. During tin fiscal
y ar i ruling June 30, there w.-re ex?
ported to foreign countries from i'e
tersburir );3&0.36b,440 cigarettes; 4".".
040 pounds of smoking tobacco and
f>i333,?i1 pounds of plug nnd twist to?
bacco Ti.es. products pn to nearly
??,.,?> foreign land The great btjik ot
them :ii. shipped i:i bond, and there?
fore do hot pay fevehu?) tax. Some or
the iarge mniiufncturers are enlarging
their plants to Increase their output,
and the business of this" fiscal year will
exceed that of th- last
ii. leu,... s prom \ Irulllln.
James II Bailey. this city, State
deputy of the Virginia Knights of Co?
lumbus, will lenvc to-morrow for foi
Oradn Springs. Ool.j to attend the su?
preme council of the order, which con?
venes Iber,? August .;. 7. and s. M. .1
Murphy. "I N'Orfolkj past State deputy,
will also itt.n.I These are the t.
?? legates of th- ord-t from Virginia:
Srrloiisl* Injured tij l ull.
VV V' ?Jof.tlati. a painter, was vcrv
s. rtbusTV injured by n fall this nrter
riOohj and' Is under treatment In the
hospital He was engaged in palnt
11.1- the front wall of a building near
"Berry's for Clothes'
CLOTHES 1 fl
"It's woman who holds up
die standard in this world,"
oud it'.s the iip-io-clate stand?
ard of clothing for men rind
boys thai women appreciate.
Are you ncqunmted with the
Now's a good time to invos
$15 Suits at $9.73
$20 Suits at $112.75
$25 Suits at $17.75
$30 Suits at $21.75
$33 and $40 Suits at $24.75
ajJT" 10rr ?o 18% off on sum
mer underwear, begi'nniu
tho foot of Sycamore .Snoot, whin ti
ropo holding his pupport broke, ai
he fell a distance of about fifteen let
Ii<- sustained a dislocation of the rlir
hlp and several Contused wounds abo
the head, and was partially ?nc?l
scions for some time.
At a meeting of the directors of tl
Indian Swamp Fishing dlnb Held h g
l et,,,-,, i'astj the following oftlcc'rs We
elected President, lloberi I. Bowma
t'iee-Presldeiit, W. O. Mrilonej Seer
tary, W. I'.. Tallny; Treasurer, w.
VVtllcox, The club owns n flhe pro
erty in Prince Oeorgc County, lie
Carson, and Is bn'ldlng n hahdsor
clubhouse ,,nd Installlntr all ncccssa
Personal and Otherwise.
Mr>. 12, A. Maruble, of Prince Gcor
County, is at the Petersburg llosplti
recovering from an Illness ol typho
M: :? \V M Richardson is 111
typhoid fever at hi r home In Prln
The first wheat of the new crop W
received last evening by the NewcOr
Company. There were al out two to
.?f the wheat, which wit? shipped fro
tlu> lower .lav .?
.1. Si, 15. Holmes, a colored lett
currier of this city'; entered th<- Borvl
on August 1. is;t. and to-mOrrow \v
have been on active duty for thlrt
Ai A. Slagle. of this city, left tl
morning for Cleveland and Coiumbt
i Olio , where his famous rai t- hpri
Judge r.ilmara. Is to be raced ngali
some of the noted racers In the rou
over 1,. Dlllpn, for some time ei
d at the Central Stsrie llospit
insi id'-rht for Raleigh. N C.
it a position with the North Str
jj Stulti:, arrested lure some sn
op complatni of his wife 'rt Mi
?lile, for non-support and who \\
u back to that town, was d
i-? ; Without going to trial
(.il l i <i-i - in it i ti l
am< nut -i. t> DE
.. July 31.?A neuro servant
yiNterdsy. nhd the r
i? .s .1 snead tvsis destroj
.- : nndllng an oil r.in rib
stove when the oil been
exploded! enveloping her
xni burned so severely that
:er The dwelling caught fi
oli. and with some nutbu
rstroyed The residence
," * r 'i Insiir?hce. .
Mx _? f~*\
% 3 : /
S H I R.T S
At $1??, S/.so and up
Viavc changed the shirt schedule as you
have heretofore known it. Now you get the
next higher price values at whatever figure
you think Iii tu p;:y for shirts.
HALLMARK SHIRTS come in an end?
less ratine of plain und colored styles. ( luaranttcd P.idelcss. Sec
them at the nearest live haberdasher's.
J tic tyinC trout/ft. Th? ?h|(
tif ?!M? Irecly* N*> cuclunc
ARE DISPOSED Of}
Trial Jury Discharged in Hust?
ings Court Until October
' The petit jury In the Hustings Court
was discharged yesterday until October,
and there will b< no more trials until
til(it time. The eases of W. A. Butter
worth ami Joseph Glanottl, accused of
grave offenses against young girl;-,
wer.- continued until the next term,
isach was released under $2,500 bond, |
which was furnished by Floyd Tyler
lor UutterWorth, and George A. Bow
den for Ginnottl.
Several cases were disposed of before
tin jury was dismissed. They were as
M?ses Street, malicious wounding, six
six months on the roads.
Itobelt Harris, acquitted of having
COenltn In ills possession.
Charles Ai eher, malicious Wounding,
lour months on the roads.
Flunk Green, cocaine vending, one
year on the roads.
laddie Staples malicious wounding,
Churgo of grand larceny against A.
.1. Stuart nolle proscquioJ upon pay?
ment of costs.
Andrew IIa kins, accused of cocaine j
Vending, faibd t.. appear for trial, und '
his bond of $1,000 was ordered for?
feited Tile bond bad been furnished j
by s. Haskins, the accused's brother,
who owns a furrn In New Kent county.
Washington. July 31.?1'nlcss Con- I
gress takes uct'on to provide fur the
operation of the l'anamu Ca mil at the
present session, Prosldt nt Tuft and
Secretary of WnK Btlrhsoh believe that
it will bt practically Impossible fori
tlo- army l?n n I tu ei s to J.s-.-p thelp
promise and open the big diteii to the
ships of tli- world next year. Vccord
Ing to tlo- information brought to thu
While House tu-day the prospect of '
action by Congress on canal leglsla-|
tion at this session is growing d'mmer. 1
Mr. St'thson was understood to be?
lieve that there is little contention
uvi r tin: proposed tidmlnistrdlluii !
and operaiton of the canal. but :
the questions of tolls and of
inllroad-owned ??toamslilp)s, have.,
sirred up controversy in both houses.;
and to-day neither, the President nor
his Secretary of War wits hopeful of
The Panama bill was put aside again ,
in the Senati to-day. alter Senator
Btandegoe, who is guiding It. stated
that adjournment probably would be
hastened if !' wer,, considered in the
Senate- while the pdstottlcc bill was in
Tli.- only ray of co,r,fort that filtered ]
ihr. cull to the White House wits the .
news that P.. present .it 1 v.- Adamson. of
Georgia, chairman of the House Com
mltt?.n interstate Commerce* was
considering the introduction of a joint
resolut inn providing fur the machinery
of administration and operation ?1 the
Mr. Adnmson was understood to be
ready to bring in such a resolutloh
whenever It became apparent that
th.-re Is no chance of compromise and
the tw.. houses ate deadlocked over
the other questions.
President Trift was much concerned
to-day over the prospect of delay In
the opening of tin- canal.
So fu- tlo- President has refused to
write a special message to Congress
on the s :i ',. i of the canal. It was
said to-night that he might decide
to send in a message.
Morgan Irbj Drop? Head.
pfcta to The TInws-Dlspatch. 1
urc. V? . Jii : >i. Morgan Irby.
mi ??? the principal witnesses for1
tt.. rs at ttiisi iura rV I hi ? ' i'ie
miirjler ?'. Cdy Scruggs, dropped I
>? vve* Iii it first man to rea-h the :
Hcriiggs, and Iii? evidente tv?* ma
the prosecution, which r, suited In I
?y was ahmt sixty yeai? ,,f ?ge.
and 1? Survived hy hts wife and:
l of children, mosi of wh"m ar
I orernsl For Virginia?Pair noni,-.
loenl Nttn^rrra south portion Thuradnyi
Frida; f nlr.
For \orth ? nrbllna mid South Co ro?
ll tin? Local ahoivera Tbursdaj .tud Fri?
Special l.oenl Dntn tor Veatcrday.
IS noon temperature . so '
P. M temperature . sr.
Maximum temperature up t? R
Minimum temperature up to s
Mtnti temperature . 77
No|-mn| temperature . 7!'
Deficiency in temperature . ^
Dellciency In temperature since
Accum, deioiency in temperature
Painful) last twenty-four hours T.
1'.: i-ncv in i/iufull since March
AcCitm. deficiency in rainfall since
i i.cnl observation v p. >i. yesterday.
Wind ---direction .S. W.
lialnfnll last houra>. T.
ro.xiiiTioxs i\ nii*oitTA.vi rrriBS.
(At 8 !'? M Knstorn Standard Tltho.l
I Pint ? The,. Ii T. I.. T. Weathc r.
Asbevllle . ft I 7 1 Pain
; Vtlantti City . i3 7tt . -' P. cloudy
I Charleston ... SI So Cloudy
Chicago . ? ?-? <?>'? Clear
! 1 icnver . 61 7ii r,s Itul'n
I Dpiuth . .'? - BO .'.s C|iiudy
ji;..)veston _ si 82 Clear
I latterar . 78 M 7S P. cloudy
II a \ re . 'a si r. t P. cloudy
[Jacksonville .. SI :<?? JS Cloudy
Kansas City .. R2 S6 70 Clear
! I.oulsvllli ... ?'>'? HS 70 ? 'b ar
Montgomery . 82 l 7t Cloudy
I New Orleans . Si !'i Cloudy
i X. w Void; .... r,c, 7'l or, Haiti
N orfolk . 7 1 81 ~" P. cloudy
I oklah?mi.' S2 58 OS Clear
Pittsburgh ... i".tl 72 P cloudy
i rtali igh . si no 71 Cloudy
.<t i.omIk . so s: os cibar I
St pa <:| . 72 .' I 80 1 |. 11
san Francisco, <".'? ?', 1 r>G Cloudy
Savannah . . . . s? '?' I 7t Cloudy
Spokane . si sc. 70 cloudv
Tnmpn . si ???'< S1.' P. cloudy
Washington . 12 v-' Cloudy
Wlnnlpofe . - ??? ?2 .0 M Clear
Wj thcVlllo .... 02 .s 00 lliiln
MIM \'l I ttt. Vl.1l IN'ACi
August I. 1012,
Run rises _B:lfi Hlflll tii ? 1:
Sun sets .7:17 Morning -0:23
Moon sets ...10;3S Evening -7:08
Avoid Buying a
If you arc a lover "f good music
and will stop io realize what the
presence of tin- great musical in?
vention in your home will mean in
supplying a medium <>i entertain?
ment and pleasure, The cost isj
trivial compared with the satisfac?
tion and enjoyment it brings.
We are better equipped than
ever to supply 1
Successors ? nblc Piano i ?>.
213 E. Broad
the entire bulldi'ns value of the c't
at the close >jt I...- War.
it should also In remembered tha
the Hguris (.t thi Building Inspecto
do not Include the various suburb
lying outside of the corporate limit!
pose of taxntli
Mr. Beck to tl
Revenue and :??
;lvon lor tlu
I are certified t
imiHKlonei ot tr
not probable tht
$(?.604,035 In brick Iwollltiss within tu
past live years, th< demand has h<
kept pace with the supply, and relit
have Increased rather than dlmlnlshc
The greatest chei I ? Richmond's d<
velopment Is still, as It was five yen!
nitn according to the Building lnspe,
tor, the lack ? sutllclent modnrai
priced dwelling houses and apartment
suitable for families of small Income.
"A few cords I m
to the wonderful bene
the u?e of NOAH'S
L I N I M E N T. 1
rauRhr cold and had a
severe Attack of
rheumatism in my
left shoulder, and
roiil'l no- rai?e my
arm without much
paia. After tisint?
lc;s than ,i weck I
wat> e.ntii el free from
pain." AI ?!! < rook
cr, Dorchester, Mass.
It is a fiiv- icnicHy for
ust say in rerjnr'1
fit I received from
'< he Geneva
This i<. an 8x, extra high grade SJ
Stereo Sinocular that we consider
to be the equal of any $50.00
liinocular on the market.
.fust ihe thing for your trip this
gj Main and 223 E. jfj
?th Sts. Oroad St.
; Or THE SOUTH
i'URT RICHMOND A ?
Offer- the host chance for you to tloublc
yotli in ey quickly by investing in real
1 1 1 I! ! i RUIT FARMS
BIG MONEY MAKERS.
?, t). I., West Point, Va.
AI CLUB STORY
Dealarcs E-Ic Never Authorized
Posting of Iii-- Name at
t he Manhattan.
BLACKBALL THREAT MADE
< andidate's N'ame Withdrawn
When Sponsors Arc Told
Seagirt, N. J. .luly 31?Governor
Wilson to-day o.v.prossc,i his amaxa- j
mcht at the story printed In Now York '
to tbe effect that his name had boon
withdrawn from the Manhatah Club,
his sponsors fearing that ho would be
blackballed. The'tloverhor state.1 that
ho had never authorized the posting
of his name at the club. I
New Vork. July 31.?To prevent the
Manhattan Club, which Includes among!
its members some of the most prom'- j
hebt Democrats, not alone of this city*
hut of the country, from taking adverse I
action on the application for mem?
bership of Governor Woodrbw Wilson,
his sponsors have withdrawn the pro?
posal "f his name, which was made
July 6, and it hau beeil taken from
the bulletin board of the club. Judge
Alton it Park" r, who was elected tem?
porary chairman of the Baltimore Con?
vention ujfter W, J, Bryan made a fiirht
against him, U president of the club.
Either with or without their ap- ,
proval, friends of Colonel itehry w .t
tornon. who lives at the club while I"
the citv. and .lames Smith, Jr.. One-time
Senator from New Jersey, and political
f.,f the Sew Jersey Oovernor, in?
formed ti:e membership committee or
the club that they were opposed to the
election of Oovernor Wilson. Tbl
meant ihat they would vote again I
him. and. as Is the custom of clubs, lh(
sponsor- were notified and tttc appli?
Baltimore Bitterness I.Ingers,
Met, in the New Vork delegatlt n ??i*c
not recovered from the bitterness
aroused by the attack made ..n softie
them by Mr Bryan, and while they ftn
Mill lev th, ??-lft. 1.1 the word, of t lie
late Dabld B HHI. they are "very still.
Major .lames Otis W.Iward. at 0110
tl'rh'i commander of the Albany B?r?
ge,? corps, who lives at the Manhattan
Club and Is a member of the lows ana;
other clubs In the city and |s a ?
In several corporations, proposed tn
ot Oovernor Wilson for PaeniDer
' ,i ?? j?ly 6, This was the ^.^?r; ">
Vf the w.k' the nomination
'. Biiilmorv. and as Siojor Whodward
It If assumed a, the ,c t.,..t t. _ apP^
caUon was ! ? ro,? * the
William l . M^:;* cOIIl,?ittee and
DcmSll?of tho-VYttsoh Pre-election
manager ot mo nroposal.
campaign, seconded the >^nar;v? C)UB
I. ??? in a /'..Vn between Dover
that ih- ? imou* B^"Yoeers? llarvcj look
nor Wilson ano i olonel oresenti ?im?
',?.',. Colonel Watierson / ?'rIl1r'r, ..t th
tt marked the * nli rof T,,,re ?is no csln-J
ences there In which he participated.
both thon^Jtjtba *?*Xl*n alM PStcd bjj
bitterness ?* na?nemln??u.?. ColotlH
w'stVorson ha" R. ^%^Tl "
report of the ? ."Xy Wer? ?Vlonlshtd
^e,:-Vh.vrV.7e Inro? I, wool, b, weil
i? w thdruw th- application f*r member
* This reque.t meant only one ihln^jt !
was In reality ? threat that " V*T ^,jul<i
was r.o' Withdrawn WV??4' Vi ?. were
l? "pilled.- or >>.achr.nllert. ?"*"'! ho
sonn- e: Oovernor .\Vll?ort* '.. ' , ?f ids
were opposed to the 'Vtrtar v.. .
name, and favored putting up 'X^n.mo
the responsibility of rejecting the n. " '.
ersllfc nomine? for PretMent It could rim |
1? ,,,n that any useful purpose epuld he
so nerved ..r.d II was i.t last derided to
withdrew thi pr.?a
Vo or.e In the club believes that th* sc.
tlon 6f his friend* would meet th? approval
tit Colon. I W?ttl rs. I ?}-">?
t t.ers are not sore, but th. Incident Is pleas.
Ins to Mr. Smith H was recalled at the
Manhattan <-'.>il> last night that Mr Smith,
in the Marytnnfl Club, In BsHlroore, hao"
declared h? would spend every rent he hud
,? prevent the nomii.ee for president, whom
lie duhh'd "'he prince of 1tnr?" 'rum set
t rs the electoral vole of New Jersey Tro.e
Who heard thai remark are r.m unrt.-r inv
illusions aboilt the mi: poo Mr. Smith is
giving t? the candidate of his party,
Tli? Manhattan Oluh \> ."? originally n
T>emorrnt|c organisation, hut It has n?f
many Republican". Inrlnd'nr Ju?Me?s ef the
Supreme ronrt and lawyer', amonc It.
Thomas P Ryan .ir.l Atigust 1t?!mant,
whom Mr. Bryan d^n"tinred fr^ni the plat?
form of the Democratic N*t?lonal Conven?
tion, ore memh?r* of the eluh Tt always
has heen Ihn home of the moro conser\a
?tl\-e rtemorrats an-1 took n pronounced
stand ?caln?! Mr. Bryan In tils n>?t rnm
palun. Men 'Ike Morgan J O'Brien. Wil?
liam F Sheehan and i"- r.ar-v Nlcoll have!
mart? the rliih their polltlcnl home. Tt has
I Yrm n favorlt? meeting T'Hce ?f ihe ;:u
prerna rourt .Tastlces. and Its proximity to
the appellate Division courthouse !,n.
j It convenient for th?-m.
Dispute Over Charter Is Ended
by Amendment to
! E, B Williams, Thomas B day and
, If. IT. Charkiey, through their attor?
ney, Withdrew yesterday their appli?
cation for a state charter for tho
j Richmond Trust Company, and the
State Corporation Commission entered
ah order strlkins th, proceedings
from the docket, The Issudncc t-f a
( charter to a company for the purpose
? of operating under the proposed nahte
was objected to by the Richmond Bank
"nd Truat Company, which claimed
j that the similarity In the names would
'.result in an ihjiiiy to Its business.
The same people who wer.- behind
the proposed Blchmond Trust Cotn
; piiny were yesterdaj granted a charier
by the State Corporation Commission.
I The corporation will be known ?n the
j Richmond Trust ami Ravings Company,
I With a capital Of from $100,000 to
The officers of the new company are
Thomas It. Clay, president; H, If. chalk
ley, vice-president: 0. M. Brown, secre?
tary and treasurer, .<n of this city.
it is surmised the new ooncorn will
iak.- over tho trust business oi the
old Bank of Richmond,
for Infants and Children.
Cnstorla Is :i harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare?
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. m i.s pleasant,
it contains neither opium, morphin? other Nar?
cotic substance. It dt-stroys Worms days Fever
Ishness. 11 relievos Constipation, Colic, all
Teething Troubles anil Diarrhoea. It regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural .'.deep.
The Children's l'anacca- -The Mother's Friend.
The Kind Yon Have Always Bought
Bears the Signature of
In Use For
Over 30 Years.
BOY IS KIDNAPPED;
CONCEALED IN CAVE
Seized While Herding Cattle Near Home in Scott
County?-He Is Recovered and Identifies
Two of His Captors.
[Special to Th<- Time*-Dispatch.] i
Hrlst.il. Vn . July 31. ? A special from
Du fit old, Scott County. Virginia, says
that the clght-yeur-old son of .J r
Richmond, Circuit c0urt clerk >t
S.i.tt County, and a wealthy citizen,
has Just been recovered from a CaVe
n>ar Rye Cove, where he was h'dduu
Ijy kidnappers. Arrests have bei n
made and the boy has identified two
men as hi- captors but their names ate
withheld, -They r. arrested while
endeavoring to skip the county.
The kidnapping of the child caused
much excitement. The oy wits driv?
ing a heu? of cattle from n pasture
wh? n two men came out of biding and
carried Mm away, lie was tak. in to
a cave In an Isolated section and with
a rope tied around his body was sus?
pended Into a deep cave. A .('lanl'ty
;? In tht cave with h m and the
kidnappers, evidently certain that the
boy would be Unable t.. escape or at?
tract attention of any one. left the
Some time after his taptora had
pone the boy tried to climb out. >:,:? -
old fence rails that hud lorn tht own
'nto the eavb. He Kot tip some dial ttici
toward the mouth and his Screams
Mm. Jack Pine.
Mr' Jack 1-at. died yesterday morn?
ing at the Retreat for the Sick. 'l
funeral will tak- place from hor resi?
dence, 900 Hrook Avenue, th's after?
The intei-mcrit w ill i?- made at Mont
peiier. Hanover county, to-morrow
morning at 10 o'clo (k.
?>lr-. >tnr? Urlftabj Spencer,
Lexington, Va., July 31.?Mrs. Mary
Orlgsby Spencer, wife ,,f ,1. B. Spencer,
died at her home' In LexIhgtoM Monday
eycnlng, aged sixty-six yetrs. Th. fu?
neral ???:>?. reld Tuesday afternoon, con
ductej by Dr, Charles Mata . past/or of
4he Baptist church, in the absence of
Mrs. Silencer's pastor. Dr. Alfred T.
Graham, of the Presbyterian Church.
She was a n.emher of tiin :hurch.
Mrs spin. , i- wns n Miss Harrington.
'of Halifax county Shi uas twice
I married, her first husband helng Rob
on l. Owen, jf HullfAx, who died Iii
IfcTj. Surviving this union Is "tie son.
Hobert I. Owen, of Lexington Her
second husband. Mr. Spencer, survives
with four children. They are: Mrs.
P. ii. Johnston, of Tnzewrll; Mrs .1. u
Dllworth, of Philadelphia: Mai.;:,
Spencer, of Taxowell, and Miss Kate
I Spencer, of Lexington;
i Mrs. spencer came io Lexington with
[her husband about twenty tears ago.
and bad since made her home n.:,
For a year previous to that tinie they
lived at Glasgow.
Mrs. I Imidin lettrrninn.
(Special to The Tin.- -1 >!>-Ph t ch. ]
Norfolk. Va.. Julj 31 ? Mr.-. Hancha
Lettcrmnn, widow .,f Simon l.etierinan,
.?r Charlottesvllic, <lDd at the Hygela
Cottage, Ocean View* this afternoon.
She was eighty-one year- old, Bite
had been at Ocean View noverai days
Mrs. Lettermah leaves eight children
Mrs. D. M. Stern, of Philadelphia; Mr'.
Sophia Haggerman, of New York. Mis.
Harry I.. LoWonbcrg, of Norfolk; Mrs.
Joseph Hecht and Samuel Lettermah, of
Charlottesvllic; n vv. I>tte'rman, of
Terre Haute. Ind., and J. J. Lctterman,
of N'brfollc, The body will |>c sent to
IChnrlottesville to-morrow for funeral
Sirs, t iirollne II. sneed.
[Special to rho Times.Dispatch.]
Charlottesvllic, Va., July 31.?Mrs.
Caroline K. Sneed. wife of P. X.
Sneed. a well known Albemarlo farmer
and no reliant, died laut night at - Mont
Laglc," the l|f.nic of h. i .i.iue t.-r. Mis
Harry P. Browning, about eight lilies
south ?r the city, si..- was. before
marriiiKc, Miss Caroline KUzu Moss,
daughter of William IC. MOSS, and was
bom and reared near Overton. In 1871
She married It. X. Sneed. of this coun?
ty. Six children Riirylvi - Mrs. B. 1.
Taylor .of nichmond; B. B, Sneed, ?>:'
Pikevllle. K.v.: N. K. fjneed. of tills
city; Mis. II. M. Browning, of ?Mont
Kiigle'f; P. T. w. Sneed, ..f Pikevllle,
Ky.. and Miss Ail..- .-si.d. of Rich?
mond. Mr." Sneed also Paves three
liiothers and on.- sister -J. H. T. Moss,
of nipcvllle. Ga.; P. W. and W. K.
Moss, of Markhnm, and Mrs Nicholas
Illake. of five, ion.
Funernl of ilr^. \\ iiitten.
[Special to The Tlmcs-Dlgpatc/h.|
Henderson, x. C. July ?,\. -The re.
mains of Mrs. 8. s. Whitten, of Bedford
City; Va.. arrived here yoflterdny, and
the funeral services were conducted
at the First Baptist Church by Rev.
.lohn D. Hitfburn. 1 >. D.. at o'clock
p. Mo with Interment in Kim wood
Cemetery. Mrs. Whitten had for many
years resided in Henderson.
Robert c. Handera.
[.Special to The Tina B-Dlspatch.]
I lloathsvlilo, Va.. July 31.?Robert C
Sanders, .-,>.?<.i Hlxty-elghl years, died
at his home In Richmond county last
night He Is .survived by bis mother,
hl? wife, sev.-n sons and three daugh?
Ml>is l.lln f liismnii.
(Special to The Tin,.-.--Dispatch.]
Hampton. Va.. July 31.?Miss Llla
Chlsman, thirty-seven years old. a
teacher In the Hampton High School,
died this morning in her home in Mar
PATB.?Tiled, at Retreat, S A. M? July
::!. HH2, MRS. JACK PATB.
Funeral will take place from her
late residence, 006 Brook Avenue,
Tills THURSDAY, August 1. Inter
in. nt at Mrs. i;r..sc s residence:, Mont
pcller Hanover county. Va.. Friday*
August lo A. M Fflenda and nc?
nualntancca respectfully requested to
wore heard by a aearchlng pusses al l
he was recovered The Loy sustain, i
several bad brulsos and cuts in r
lomptlng t.. get nut. fa?ir.? back
several times to the rock bottom -f
The alleged kidnappers will prob
ably be given a preliminary hearing
to-morrow. It Is believed that It Wus
the purposo to hrtld the boj for a large
ra n B 0 m
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