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WILL BE TRIED IN
\\ afhincton Will Be Indicted for
Stabbing West to
HIS WIFE TRIES TO END LIFE
Jumps into River and Is Res?
cued by Passers-By?Bright
Outlook lor Fair.
b Bollinghrook Street.
Petersburg. V;u. August 20.
Napoleon Washington, the negro
trho on Saturday midnight stubbed Al?
bert AV. St. another negro to death on
Pocahoutlu bridge, was this morning
sent to the Hustings Court to answer
tor h's crime He will be indicted and
tried for murder In the ilrst degree.
The ki'wlng was the result of West's
Interference ns peacemaker between
Washington and his wife, whom ho
was beating on the bridge. This was
the statement made by several oyo
wltni -sea of the affair.
Washington took the stand and
swore that he was attacked by West,
and that the kll'.ing was done In s. I:
defehse. and that tho stabbing was
?d.-ine with West's own pOcket Knife,
which ho wrested from West's hand.
Ihtre were seven stab and cut wounds
Oti West's body, the fatal wound he
Ihg In the heart. A small knife, with
the blade half-opened, was found in
West's pocket. How it got there".is a
'mystery, and West could hardly have
put It there offer being stabbed to the
This morning after Washington's
?<nse had heen disposed of In the Police
iCourt. Nora Washington, the wife or
the accused man. attempted to end her
life by jumping in the river. ^Vio was
'< : --sine on the footbridge, on her re?
it :r, to her home In PocflhOntaa, when
the jump was made, very nenv the
scene of Saturday night's ratal affray.
Several persons who were nearby
rushed to her rescue, and Succeeded
Ih getting her out of the water ami
; taking her home. Distressed over the
'predicament lnlo which her flusband
had gotten TlUneelf was the cause of
her set. ~ "w
?" liurch Ceirnrr-^lonr.
The corner-stone of tho new Ft.
Stephen's (colored) Episcopal Church
en Halifax Street will be laid Thflrsday
^nfternoen with Masonic ceremonies,
ronducted by ohohn (colored! J,orlge>.
"The address en the occasion will be de?
livered by the Rev. P. W. Read, rector
,of St. John's Church. The new church
?will cost about $11,000, nnd will be
ri handsome structure of modern ar?
chitecture. The congregation of St.
Stephen's recently sold their church
property on Perry Street to tho British
American Tobacco Company for n
handsome sum nnd were thus enabled
to build a tine new edifice.
Personal and General.
Miss Maude Lillian Mabry and
7,onnie Miiyhor, both of this city, were
married Saturday evening at R o'lock,
by the Rev. K. W. Moore, at his resi?
Miss Ethel V. Wilson and George w.
Bryant, both of tnls city, were mar?
ried In Washington yesterday.
John D Newman, formerly of Peters
burg, now of Newark. N. J., accom
; shied by his Wife and daughter, Is
visiting at the home of T. E. Slrond,
on Liberty Street.
Wm. Koenig, w. J. Ranlly and John
Reagan left yesterday on an automo?
bile trip through the State of New
The Rev. W. H. Atwlll, P. D.. and
Mrs. Atwlll has returned from a trip
rf reyeral weeks to Ashevlile, N.C, and
Misses Grace rmd Madeline Burke
last night entertained friends at cards
j At their home on Washington Street, In
honor of their guest, Miss Pauline
tiarry, of Roanoko.
1 he funeral of the late Mr*. Lucy
Ofay Dunlop, of Richmond; took place
this morning from Old . Blnntord
? hurrh. ?
Hrlcbt Outlook for Fair.
The prospects for the fair of the
Bouthside Agricultural Association, to
be !_#ld In this city In October, are in
rne highest degree encouraging. The
farmers throughout this section are
deeply Interested and enthusiastic, in
the fair and promise an exhibition of
their best stock and the best products
of the farm The association has
made many improvements on the
grounds since last year, and In a fevv
days will issue i\n attractive cata?
logue of the coming fair. The fair
promises to be a splendid exhibition
of the products and manufactures of
Annual Report of Health Officer.
The annual report of the Depart?
ment of Publlr Health for the year
ending Juhi 26, hns lust been Issued
The total numlui of deaths recorded
r.t tho eftVe- for the year wan | I |
whites 216: colored males "i;?
females 2!l5. There wre 109 death.'
Of children under live years of ago
nnd US deaths 01 porsons rf
than sixty years. This Is the *ma leal
number registered fo't any year of tli<
past six, and US our population Is in?
creasing, cU-urly Indicates a consider
S able reduction in our death rat>. Th
parent, for in |he total as give
above, there were .!? I slxty-thn
"Berry's for Clothes"
We've built a big reputation
on big linen's suits; brood and
liberal In our measures we ;
have worked out a oombl nation |
of styles and comfort for our ;
Here's n striped mohair that
is a greot favorite at $18.
A loosely woven homespun |
nt. $25-now $17.73.
Fine, light-weight, blue serge
with n pencil line at $17.75 In
stead of $23.
Belts, var ious colors, 30c to $1. !
Socks, shirts and shoes at a'
third to a half off the prices! j
li'.itbs of non-residents. There are In-]
cltilded also tile deaths that occurred)
at tho Almshouse and the Sanltorlum. |
For the whole population, as esti?
mated h> the Federal Census Bureau,
excluding non-resident deaths, the
city's death rate was twenty-one per
1,000 per year.
There were eighty-three deaths dur- j
Ing the year from tuberculosis in its j
various forms?about the average for
tho past ten years. There were fifty
nine cases of typhoid fever, with fif?
teen fatalities. Thr*e deaths Occurred
from diphtheria, but none from Small
"During the y>>nr 633 birth certificates
were registered nt the health office?
whites 3.10; colored aOU. This number
Is not believed to accurately repre?
sent the total births in the city.
IN SKEEN'S COURT
(Continued From first Page.)
C?Tftcr.'r. K. Wilson, Thomas llnmiT
ton. .1. \V. Herd. Wesley Minor. .1. P.
Dlllman, Arch Seabolt, Don Tolly. W;
Cotreli; If. M. Williams. John Itoee, \\r.
Davis, James ChatHn, W. Deary,
Chnrles Beasor. W. C. Coldlron. Toni
Napier, Lern Oshourne, !?:. Harrison i
Russell, W. B. .Short, Sam Russell, W.
Cotreli. Ewlng Woodward, J. C. Polly.
Confessed: Charles Collinus worth.
Isaac Seabolt. George Seabolt, Sahi
Lawson, Brack Noe, Pardin Price, Crlss
Sybert, Ross Belcher. Elijah Johnson,
Marshal Johnson, Henry Sage, W.
Hobbs, Frank Lody, Lewis Gibson, Goo,
W. Collins, lid. Travis. Oco. Munsey,
Root. Llvesay. W. Castle. Eli Vortuil
llon, Emmett Klmberllng, W. Mound
shell, Trig Fannon, Steve Napl. r,
Nathan Livingston. ?Charles Bergan. I
\V. Golns. Henry Seymorc, A ,t. Fisher. !
Robert Dean, Richard Vormillion, James 1
Thompson, Harvey Flonor* Eminett ?
Ball, A. L Hobbs, John Hess. Hen- j
derson Bledsoo, Janns Hess. James
Eldrldge, Henry Thorpe, Bud Ball,
Emmltt Pi-..-. Richard Glhson. Willie
Ritchie, Orvllle Collins. Patton Smith,
Sage Collins. \V, Mulwo. Wine Bledsoo.
Retired: Bruce Wilson. Richard
Walten, W Danny, W. James, W.
Smith. Jos Hopkins. Arch Rlgsby, Ful?
ton McCrackin, Baldy Ball. Henry
Tomllnson, I. e. Klmberllng. Tom Sey?
mour, John Flonor. W. S. Davis.
Tried and found guilty: Andy Davis,
thirty days In fall, Frank Davis, forty
I days in jail; Elijah Gibson, J100 fine":
Dock Burchett. ninety days in .1 nil.
Si il McCrackin four months In Jail;
I Bonnie Oabotirne. $10o fine.
; Tried anil found not guilty; Auburn
Edeiis, Tony Hobbs, Jas Powell.
I Tin-re are fifty-six cases still on the
NEGRO ATTACKS GREEK
t gljr Wound Inflicted In White Man's
Mend vri,.r rtunrrel.
Jim Korsti, a Greek, was badly hurt
yesterday, when lie was assaulted with
a heavy stick by Joseph Henderson,
colored. An ugly scalp wound was In?
flicted in th?. white man's head, in
which It was necessary for Dr. H. T
Hir-wktns. ambulance surgeon of the
City Hospital, to tnke several stitches,
Korsti was removed to his honte, 1910
East Franklin Street.
The assault took place nt the plnnl
of lClng.m & Co. 1427-1129 East f'ary
Street, aiil was ti e result of a quar?
rel between the two meti. Henflersor
was arrested )???? Officers Sweet and Du
gsn and lb ked tip it the First Po?
Too Hate .pot Clad?ffictitton
" N i l l'. an experienced S?D?
1 dispenser; ntitst come well recom?
mended, Apply to cole'S, 309 West
"Economy in the LITTLE things is what Counts.'
mi m m m
in addition to being of better quality than the Higher price
powders, saves you about half your Baking Powder
cost?a big, worth-while -.-i\in,c.
Sold by all good Grocers. Insist on having it.
W. Fred. Richardson, Inc.
Storage ?nd Transfer Department
Main and Beividert Streets.
We rail attention to our splendid facilities f~r parking and crajing house?
hold goods, bric-a-brae, china, glassware, pittu.-es and works of url for stor?
age, dcmcJtic ot foreign shipment. Can save you 25 per cent, in freight
Get our estimate I'honea: Madison 843 and Monroe 843.
(Continued From First it.l;?)
speech of acocptance attacked the Re
publican party on tho grounds that It
had fostered special privileges to the
point of malting men everywhere I
socialistic In theory If not In con-1
In this connection, ne said:
?It Is idle for a thoughtful man In
America, whether millionaire or pau?
per, to longer play the ostrich. !
Safety docs not consist in hiding one's !
head'in the sands of either sentiment I
or hope. It Is foolish for the vastly j
rich to keep on Insisting Mint more |
shall be added to their riches tltroutrl?
a specious system of special Icglsln- !
tlon ostensibly enacted to run the j
government, In reality enacted to loot
"it is worse than Ignorance for them >
to smile ut the large body of liitelli- ]
sent Americans who regard themselves i
11? fortunate If the debit and credit >
accounts of life balance at the end of
the year, and to assume that the j
mighty many, who are becoming con- ]
vlnced that that social system that
we call Democracy Is but a glittering
generality, will long endure the In?
dustrial slavery being produced.
Men Becoming Socialistic.
"Whether bolting the ticket or not.
men everywhere looking upon the
awful injustice of this economic sys?
tem are becoming socialistic in theory
if not In conduct.
VAnd .shall Vny fair-minded man
say that if It rebounds to the Inter?
ests of the people of this country that
a hundred men shall control Its busi?
ness to the good of everyone, that there
is anything fallacious In the theory
that government, Instead of transfer?
ring business to a favored few for
the benefit of all should itsulf dis?
charge that business for the benefit
"I do not hesitate to say that If it;
be Impossible to restore this republic
to Its anclont ideals, which I do not
believe, and I must make tho ultimate
choice between the paternalism of the
few and tho socialism of the many,]
COtmt mo and my house with tlie
throbbing heart Of humanity.
"The discontent In Republican ranks
Is Democratla discontent. How much
'.f it has reached the point where,:
wearied with the bad workings of a
good system. It is willing to topple
that system over and try something
new, l cannot prophesy.
"But I am ijuitc sure that whatever
badges men may wenr In America
this year, whatever ballots they may
cast and whatever butlo cries they,
may utter, there are but three grades
Three Grade* of t'ltlirn*.
"The first grade Is made up of the;
favored few, their hangers-on and!
their beneficiaries, who think the
eagle Is upon the dollar, not as anj
emblem of liberty, but as im emblem1
01 power, and who look upon govern-]
inent as an annex to tholr business af-|
fairs; tue-e are they who In the past!
years of Republican misrule have;
turned the Umplo of constitutional1
freedom Into a money-changer's murtl
and have made, of the co-ordinate
branches Of Hie government ubelsunt
lackeys of tho Jingling guinea.
"The second grade consists of those)
whose outlook upon life has been
l.trgod by the civilization under
which we live, who have been taught)
by tho school and the college, by the
press and the magazine, who appre?
ciate the good things of life, whose
horizon has been enlarged, and WhWc
capacity for Joy and sorrow has been
"Conditions have become unbearable
to them. They have reached the
point where, In the struggle for that
I which they believe to be right, they!
Iure willing to destroy the Id.-als of
the republic. How many of these
then- are, 1 do not know, hilt I do
know that special privilege in the re?
public is breeding them day by day
like rabbits In a warren.
"The third grade of rltlr.ens It
pleases me to call old-fashioned con
I stltUtlOha] Democrats. Thes* are
I they who pelTeVC that the equality of
mankind eloes not consist in nri
equality of brain nnd brawn, but in an
equality whereby every man. native
I nnd foreign-born has an inalienable
ilitht to exercise all of hli ability in
getting oti In the. world Just sei he
realizes that In getting on he owes
j It to himself, to his fnmNy and to
j the republic to seo to It that he gets
on honestly, and that he docs not prc
, vent any other man from obtaining
the reward of his honesty and enter
I'nreensii Virginia?Cloudy Wed?
nesday probably showers southwest
portion; i bursdny fnlr.
North I nrtjllua?rnlr on o<ast|sbovr
erfc |n interior Wednesday und Tliurs
Special l.oeul linfn for Yesterday.
. 12 n on temperature . Ss
3 I'. M temperature . 90
.Maximum temperature up to S
I P. M. M
I Minim nn temperature up to 8
f M. mi
Mean t ? m|>i ra t in o . gg
I Normal temperature . 7 7
? ? in i? ihporaturc . ;>
'ellclencv in temperature since
! March 1 . 180
Acciirti excess In temperature since
I .Innunrj i . gj?
De'tlelencj In rainfall since Murch
Accum, excess In rainfall since
January l . .J.sjfj
, I.oral Observation s |?, II, yesterday.
? T< Inpernture . 's I
wind ? direction .N. K
Rainfall last 12 hours .Trace
( OMHTIONS |\ mi'iutlWI I ITIKS.
j 1 At ^ P M Haste rn Standard Time 1
I'ISee. Tiler II T. LT. Weather.
ami-?' iUe . 7'j si r.S [>. cloudy
1 ,\i Inntn .; si lib 7tl Cloudy
Atlantic <'ity . :t si 71 Cjoudy
Boston . t'.'i B8 1 p. cloudy
Buffalo . OS 7'^ til ..letir
Calgary . 71 7s. r. cloudy
Charleston . | 11 '?! 82 Clear
Chicago . 1- s4 7.' Cloudy
Denver . 72 72 51 P, cloudy
iDuluth . ?1 88 Cloudy
lisiveston M ?>?' ?- M*?r
Hatteras . 7S ss 7s Clear
I eiavre .> ' 1 *" >,iear
I Jacksonville . m? ?.'.' yu nienr
I Kansas City 70 75 71 Rain
I.oulsvillf. .... 7? hi ?8 Cloudy
I New Orleans . 88 fi2 82 Clear
Montgomery . 8? '?' t 76 P, cloudy
Raleigh . 82 M 78 Cloudy
sv Louis ..... 78 82 7S Clear
St. Paul . 72 7? ?2 P. cloudy
San Francisco. (,<* ?2 M Cloudy
Savannah ... 88 s2 78 Clear
Spokane . 80 80 80 Clear
ampii . 80 jo 80 Clear
vnshlngton ..7 8 8? 7? cloudy
tVlnniper- . ? ? . ?8 74 Clear
tvylhevllle ... 70 80 fi* P, cloudy
phoenix . P8 jop Clsar
Abilene . !'t '.'8 Clear
MIM \'l I 111. MU IMI.
Auk ust 21, 1!H2
KILLING AN OUTRAGE
ON AMERICAN CITIZEN
Resolution Seeks Information on
Shooting of Rogers in African
"Washington, n. C., August 20.?Rep?
resentative Norrls. of Nebraska, Intro?
duced a resolution to-day requesting j
the President to send to the House all|
ittforntatlon he has or "tn the posseslonl
of the State Department In regard to|
!!? gel killing Of .lames W. Hog-1
era, an American citizen, by British!
soldiers tu Afrlcu, and to Inform the
House of Ropresi ittatves what action,
if any, ha8 been taken or is content*
plated to Investigate the killing ot
tho said James \V. Hogers."
The resolution was referred to the
Foreign Affairs Committee.
Hogers is a Culii irnlan.
Representative Sulzor, of New York,
chairman of the Foreign Affairs Com?
mittee, communicated with the state
Department and wag advised that the!
department was investigating the mat?
ter, and that all tie. tacts that could
bo obtained would be furnished to the
Mr. Norrls sal ! he regarded the
shooting as an outrage on an Ameri?
can citizen, so fat ..s the available In?
formation show? He declared that It
seemed that Rogers, as Hn American,
charged with offence.- that did not
warrant killing him. was fatally ?bot
under Iron-clad ordern by the British
government carried out on Belgian
At the State Department, which has
no direct Information on the tragedy.
It was stated that tho House ictolu
tions would have to be made the basis
of an Inquiry directly to the American
embassy in London. The embassy, 'I
was stated, would have no difficult)
in securing access to the report to the
British sergeant on the tragedy.
Regarding the right of British sol?
diers to kill a poacher without trial,
officials of the stale Department would
express no opinion to-day. The <iues
llon reported to have been raised by
IVogers as lie was dying on tho right
of the British troop sto attack Is tin on
Belgian soli complicates the case.
though the psue Involved would ap?
pear to concern Great Britain and Bel?
gium, according to unoffilal opinions
of department heads.
If It should appear, they pointed out.
that Hogers was killed In Helglau ter?
ritory und there was only ground for
demanding redress, the t'nlted State
might look to Belgium. Instead of
Great Hrltnin. for Justice, leaving Bel
glum to seek reparation In turn fi
News of South Richmond
South Rlchrr.Mid Bureau,
1020 Hull Street.
Phone Madison IT."..
Scouring tho surrounding country
for threo hours yesterday In an au?
tomobile. Captain A. S. Wright and
Patrolman \V. F.. Way mack, of the
Third District, were unsuccessful in
their efforts to locate a negro ac?
cused of highway robbery. Several I
times they found that they were Just
a few hours late. Th? man wa.i
heading for the railroad. and la
thought to have reached Petersburg.
He is charged with holding up
Mary Clark, colored near her homo nt
Twenty-second n:.d Hull Streets. lie
snatched $3 fro;: her. The woman
called tor help, nnd seizing the man's
hand, sunk her teeth Into it. He
released the money and made his es?
cape. His dlserlptlon lias been wired
to several plnces, and every eiTort will
bo made to apprehend him. The crltnt
was committed within a hundred feet
of one of the busiest places on th?
Think rows Were Stolen.
Three cows?a'.! valuable animals
? have been reported as missing from
Swtvnsboro c/nd (vicinity within ithu
past two days. The ilrst of the lost,
strayed or stolen animals wns the
property of Jultin Fore. It was
missed Saturday night. Its owner,
thinking it had strayed, made In
qulrles throughout the neighborhood,
but nobody had seen or picked up the
wandering nnlmal Its lose was re.
ported both to the city and to the
county authorities lint It has not yet
C. A. Fortune was th?> n?xt to find
his cows cone. i? reported yester?
day to the South Side, police that two
were missing. He Is confident that
they could no't have gotten out of the
pasture unal led.
The markets in both Richmond and
Petersburg are being watched.
Wilson Meeting l'imtponed.
( Fearing Interruption by the band
playing tr. the park, the organization
, of the Souihalde Woodrow Wilson Club
I have called off tho Initial meeting
I which wni to have been held Thursday
: night nt the courthouse. Because "f
j the meet ng of the South Richmond
I Democratic I tb which haa been called
I for Friday night, the meeting will he
! held Sometime next week.
I Rlrhnrd Kvelyn Byrd who is man?
aging thi Wilson campaign In this
'.section of thi State has been Invited
to be present at the meeting.
While it 11 highly improvable that
I any opposition to the Democratic
I nominees vv arise in South Rleh
I mond. the i - imoters of the club are
, anxious t> >????. out a large vote in
j the Noveril.? election,
j Improving \A nihlnpton Square,
j After ShVi -nl months of delay In
j getting to ?'ork. the concrete walks
have, been completed In Washington
Pnrk by J. H. Clary and .Sons, tho con
I tractors, who havo had charge of the
j laying of curbs and sidewalks on the
I Southside. Nearly 800 cubic feet of
concrete was used In tho park. In
addition to running around tho court?
house, the walks extend d'agonally
across the park from the eornera.
A fountain will bo Installed at some
future date. The walks were laid with
this end In view Tho largo drei?
in which the fountain will be erected,
will bo utilized b> Purkkeeper J. Eacy
Bedford ns a flower bed until tho
water begins to flow.
--t,.len nicycle Upturned.
As mysterious an its disappearance
war, the reappearance of a bicycle be?
longing to Joe Demos, which the South
side police ?pent several hours endeav?
oring to loeato yesterday. The ma?
chine was left standing In front of tho
owneCs place of business, at Eleventh
and Hull Streets, early In the after?
noon. Several hours later, when he
went for the bicycle, It was gone. The
police were notified, hut could not lo?
cate It. They were Informed Inet night
that It was standing In front of the
store. Investigation proved this to be
true. It was taken to the Third Sta?
tion for safekeeping.
Sheppnrdson Still Mlsalnif.
The Southslde police are uni.ble to
locate Willie Shcppardson. the white
man who has been missing since Sat?
urday night. It waH reported yester?
day that he was confined In the City
Jail, but this proved to be erroneous.
The man was list seen going out the
Ninth street Road, in Chesterfield
Have llnnee tit Voeht Club.
A delightful dance and supper was
given last night at the Yuont Club
on the Jntne.s River at Falling Creek
by the younger set of the Southslde.
About twenty-five couples were pres?
ent, the majority being former n,em?
bers of the old Manchester Cotillion
Club. Retween danceH tin; young peo?
ple enjoyed the cooling breezes from
the veranda overlooking the river. He
fore, returning home on the late car
they enjoyed an excellent luncheon.
Mrs. F. Krncst Warren, who has bet n
visiting her parents in Havre de Grace.
Md., has returned home. Mr. und Mrs
* arren will spend the remnlnder of
the summer at Forest Hill.
Mrs. Z.eb Williams Is seriously ill at
her home. ?01 Balnbrldge Street,
j The condition of Russell Garnett. of
j 218 West Eighth Street, who fell from
I his bicycle last week and fractured his
j collar bone. Is greatly improved.
J ans? Ue.ia Payne, of lieu mum street,
la quite sick with malarial fever.
Hen HnPrnde is confined to his home
Miss Marguerite Bnlley, -.f ESyrencC
Vllle is 1 he guest <>f Miss Olivia
95 NEW DOCTORSI
?;?nnrinl o The Times-Dispatch.] I
Norfolk. V8, August 20.?Niuety-tivp I
of the 1JV .cants who took the ex?
amination I si .lone for license to prac
| tic- med!. n<< In Virginia passed,
Twenty-sev. i failed and live withdrew
or failed to iplete the test, The lint
of the - .1 applicants was made
public to-i by Dr. Herbert Old,
Isecrotnrs 6l State Hoard of Exam?
iners), and It follows:
W, '* Ai Ron, I.ynchburg; Walter
C. Alter--. A :m Kldge; Herbert A. Al
b n, it:, him i it .Mien. .ir.. Bally;
Albln I. H H>iff..l<>, N. V ; William
Ed, Balti nddock; Edward Ban?
croft, Athei ? ; llaney H. Bell, Wll
burn: I* I. .:e.-s. University of Vir?
ginia; ,i I' wies, Johnson's Springs:
hi. P.. l'i id Itoxhury; C. I.. Hrad
jshaw, Hen William K. Bray.
Unlverslti Virginia; Frederirk
r>. Brow i Rtithvllle; William
IB. Br ?'? Philadelphia, Pa .
IK. M Chii d. Baltimore, Md.; .1.
i Wright fllarkr-on, Blchmond: D. C.
I dine. Du .i A. r.'loyd, Dublin; W,
E, Col trau Zebulon, N. C: D. F.
I C?sby, V.bli n; W. F. fourle. Rlcll
I mond Jai h Cox. Honaker; W. o.
. Fori krhore; Baxter 1.. Craw
\ ford. Biel ulj Robert A. Deane.
Richrh. !? Dlekorson, Roanoke.
O A 5TORI A
Tanner Paint & Oil to.
Hiv mo Bast Mala,
Early Beaurcgard Doveli, Somerset;
Richard H. Bines, Richmond, Stertln
O. Fields, Newport News, Guy It.
Fisher, Newpore; Ferry A. Fuunches, I
Richmond', Corlas K. Carrctt, Lynch- '
burg, j. 1". Gelslnger, Richmond; M?r- !
I rls \V. Cobbs. Forest Depot. William1
L Ullis, Bedford City; J. X. Glvcns. j
Norfolk, R, L>. Glasser, Norfolk.;
Charles A. Goettltng, Mlddleburg;
W, H. Goodwin, University of Virginia;
\Ci W, Huden. Richmond; w. w. liar-;
grave, West Point: James B. Holmes, I
I Washington, D. C.; Arthur Hooks,;
j lllaekstoiic, g. U. MdWery, River; ,1. S.
j Hums, C'harlottesvllle; t;. |". Jackson.
Gordonsvlllej R, AI. Kilgour, Blue .Mont,
II. 1. La ill. Norfolk; II. A. Latanc,
Baltimore, Md.; A. w. Lewis, Buffalo,
N. V.; H. II. Luck. Richmond; George1
' s. L?ckert, Dunn Lorlng; Stuart Mc<
Bryde, Frcdcrlcksburg; B. is. McClure,
'Bon Atr, j. t. Mclvlnnoy. Jr.. Rich:
thond; Joseph L. McSparran. Dorches?
ter. J. Llgon Marshall, I Union, a. W.
Martin. Washington, D. C; Edgar C.
Loroy Miller. Richmond; .lames o.
Mtindy, .it. Burnley; Motion t. Mur
tloi i;. Richmond; M. P, Neul. Richmond;
S. 1'. oast. Jr.. Philadelphia, Pa.. o. c.
; Page, Gary, N. t: , Wellington s.
i Parker, Roncevorte, W. \'a.: j. c.
\ Phillips. Portsmouth! H L Pott, Salem,
I Va . W. F Port>-r, Glamorgan. W.
? Heid Putney. Richmond; W. K.
QuackenbUBh, Midlothian. A. M.
Quded, Stafford. .1. W. Heed, Norfolk.
I Louis g. Roberts, Columbus, Ga , w.
i I >. Simmons, Jr.. Richmond; C. C.
' Smith, Newport News; R. Emerson
Smith, University of Mississippi.
I W Robert Smith, Lynchburg.
John Stone Hoyd, University of Vlr
'ginla. J. F. Stovor, Crab Bottom; Basil
! E. Strode, Amherat Courthouse, B. E.
] Summers, i'.ichmniid; Frank B. Sylves
? t,-r. Richmond V. A. Thornton, Alta
| vista; Rufus V'ass. Raleigh, N. ?.'., Annie
Veeoh, Louisville. Ivy.; Everett 13. Wul
I son, Roanoke; H. h. Webb, Newoaatle;
I T. B. Weberly. Gorman, N. ?'.: H. .1. Wil?
kinson, Richmond; James N. Williams.
Dry Fork. Joseph A. L Wolfe. Elk ton;
j James N. Woodruff, Dry Fork, T. II.
j Worrell, Biltlmoro. Md.; W. J. Young,
first Hole of New Cotton,
[Special to Tlie Tlrncs-Plspnteh.l
Norfolk, Va., August 20'.?The nrst
bale of 1812 cotton to bo shipped lo
this city arrived ti-i'.ny from Marlon,
Is <' . and whs sold at H cents per
pound It was eight days Inter than
th, fir*I bale last year, n was graded
strbt middling and was pronounced a
kgood grade of the staple.
LEADER IS OEAO
'Continued from first Page t
Marshal Wolseley iur:(. declared thai
j the Urltlsh army had taken lessons In
j methods of Organisation, distribution
' and control from tho Salvationists.
General Booth's last message to his
followers In America was written la*t
; June, whllo blindness was ovorlukiug
"Pile up all my losses." ho then
wrote, "they are many and serious, 1
admit, butjook at the mercies still
left me. Ktrst, thore Is my confidence
' in Uod; I am not going to allow the
existence of n tow things which arc in
conflict with my Judgment to Interfere
with my confidence in His wisdom ?
Conf.uenCo that Is Inspired by life ?
' long knowledge of Ills loving care,
I Then 1 have not lust tho assurance of
my own heart relations with my
I heavenly father, t have not lost the
confidence and love of -jny own dear
people; I have not lost the Inestimable
blessing of life.
"1 want til- continued loyalty of my
own people and tho hearty co-opera?
tion of all men und women whoso
hearts are fired with the aamo purpoao
as mine. In a few welts' lime I hopu
to be found om.o more on tho battle
ueiu. Anyway thy dear comrades, in ;
the light or in tho dark, you may
count upon your general- to trust In
God arid K<> forward."
Surviving General Booth are several
children carrying on tho work he
started, most prominent being ilruin
well Booth, the eldest son, who Is act?
ing as chief of staff In London and
who Is ordered to succed his father as
Ken. ral of the army.
Two other soi.s. Herbert ani Balling
ton Booth, aro widely known In evan?
gelical work, the latter having been
particularly In the public eye because
of a break with his father sixteen
years ago. since when he has led an In?
dependent order, known us tho Vol?
unteers of America.
Of tho daughter. In addition to Miss
Bvegellne, who Ih commander In Amer?
ica, there Is Miss Lucy, command.-r
of the army In Denmark, and Miss
Mary, who worked with her father In j
MEMORIAL SERVICES PLANNED.
Will He Held Throughout Count rj
Week From .\'c%t Sunday,
New York, August 20.?News of the
death of General Booth In London was
communicated to Miss Evangeline
Booth, his daughter, at the Salvation
Army headquarters here shortly after
the receipt of the word to-night. Miss
Booth, who Is the head ut t),.- .Salva?
tion Army In America, suffered a com?
plete nervous breakdown.
At tho American headquarters of the
Army Miss Booth'" stnff of officers and
her followers had been prepared for
the news, und they immediately dis?
patched news throughout the country.
At the same time a movement was
launched for the holding of simulta?
neous service throughout the world a
week from next Sunday. If possible
to complete nrruiiKom'-n's In that lithe.
The last visit which General Booth
paid to America was on his eightieth
birthday, four years ago. when he was
accorded honors In many places
Balllngton Booth. who became
estranged from his father sixteen
year? ago nnd founded the Indepei ? nj
organization known qs the Volunteer!
of America, was at his home at Blue
Point, u Ii. to-night, when news of
his fnther's death reached him. Dur?
ing the afternoon'^Mi Booth and his
wife had been notlfle 1 of the general's
sinking condition and they sent tho
following telegram to Chief Bramwcll
Booth In London:
"I^ovn and sympathy to father a r. :
(SI j; nod )
"BALI.INf.T''N AND MAUD."
SERVICE TO BOOTH
inHntion irray in Rlehmond Notified
,,f General's Death.
Adjutant E. Johnson, of the local
Salvation Army, expressed de? p sor?
row last night when Informed by a
reporter for The Times-Dispatch of the
death of General Booth. The first nffl
einl news will be conveyed In a tele?
gram from New York that will reach
adjutant Johnson this morning, and
the press dispatch gave the first tid?
ings of the death of the leader, al?
though grnve fears have been felt for
tho last few days, and special prayer
services were conducted Monday night.
The life Of General Booth will be
the subject of the open-air meeting on
Broad Street to-night, and a memorial
service will be held at the association
headquarters Sunday evening. It is
expected that the same tribute will
be rendered at that time throughout
the C nlted States.
Adjutant Johnson will call upon OOV.
I ernor Mann and other State and city
I officials to obtain statements of i ?grrt
You Need Not
?and yet you can produce upon
it as exact an interpretation of the
best works, with as fine expression
.is any talented pianist can on nn
Demonstrations every day. ?
butfi'tiHuri * nbl? 1*1*do < o.
213 K. Broad.
ut thu los? of the head of one of the
world's greatest charities. These- will
be sent by cablegram to the assoclatlor
heudouarlcrs at London.
John it, Themas.
[Special to Tho Times-Dispatch ]
Salem, Va.. August 20,?Atter a long
Illness, John M. Thomas, aged eighty
two years, died last night nt his honvr
on Union Street, where he hud resided
for many years, Mi. Thomas was a
member of the Methodist Church and
a member of both the Masonic and
Odd Fellows Lodges of Salem tor
years, being p. charter member of the
latter. His wife preceded him to the
grave eevcriil years ago. He leaves
large family of children, all of Whom
are grown. They are Mrs. Johnson,
of Ucdford City, Mrs. Hughes, of Ash
vllle. N. C. Mrs. Gregory, ot K? h -
noke; Mrs. Wood, of Salem, W. 11.
Thomas, of PhbetolX. Ariz.; Mis. Con.
Jerome, Ariz., and Oscar Thomas, of
Norfolk He- will be buried utujer the
auspices of tho Masonic l*odgc of
Mm. Iteuben Bryant.
[Special to Til- Times-Dispatch.]
Hoyklns. Va., August 20.?Mrs.
Iteuben Bryant died In Portsmouth and
the remains were brought here to-day
to be burled. She leaves a huchahu,
three sn.an children, father, mothei
land sisters, .-.11 ot Portsmouth.
i . ii. Jennliiks.
I Chariottesvllto, Va,, August 26.?C.
it Jennings, a grid thlrty-elghl :? ? irs,
i?,f Green springs, Louisa County, riled
I this afteruuon at tho University ib,e
Ipltal, following a two days" lllnos? . f
peritonitis. Her inbther and one sister,
Mrs. Joseph Orady, survive. Mr. Jen?
nings owned and operated a rhlll '
iTreMlltans, He wus a man ot superb
liliurr ll?r?rj Rdward".
South Boston. Va . Augaot ;?.?? Linter
Harvey Edwards, age thirty-two years,
her of tiie Bdptlst Churcli and of the
I o O F H- I" survived by his
widow, two ilitli boys, hi* tether, IV
T Edwards, ? ! Crystal Hill, and the
follow ing slstersi Mrs, w ? K Hallow.
Mrs C P Carr Misses Lucile and
Fanny 'Edwards, Mrs Littleton Lticks.
Mr- F L. canany. of Clover;
Mrs Ham Nichols, of Crystal iltil. end
om ?rot er, H int. i Edtvards, of
Clover. Hu will be buried with Odd
HILL?Pled, at the residence of her
daughter. Mrs. K. A. if I' - *,
tin Str.. t. on Monday. MA I ?< .A .I..1
c HILL, widow of James r. hiii.
Bhi leaves bni daughter. Mrs. I. A
Jett. Hire- sons. James T. John Lv
ami Bravely I. Hill, and rive grand
children to mourn their OSS.
. uneral from the residence To
HAY. ?? o'clock P. M. Interment at
River View. ,-.i-?,a
l-ynchbburg. \ a? papers please
I CARTER?Died, in X?w :Tork Sunda>-i
\UKUSt 17, MRS EDWARD J CAR?
TER, nee Helen N Whlttlese.v. niece
of G. Norris Shuman.
I OHA Y_bled, In this cltv on August
\ ?0th MP.S. SAP-All A. OR AY, widow
0^^bnVneSr-.lOwtli take place from
1012 East Broad at 10 A. M TO-DAYi
Interment In Hollywood. 1-unera.
I MRS. PYPER AND FAMILY BWCERB*
lv thank all friends for ihelr kind
expressions of sympathy lit their re
,ent sudden bereavement.