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Warm Knit Underwear
for Cool October Days
Don't rink your health in delaying the buying of warm Knit Underwear
theat autumn crisp days. Every wanted kind here, in all weights, contributed
from the finest knit mills. Prices to please the most economical. i
I Ladies' Medium Weicht Knit Corset Covers, high neck and long It*
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Ladies' Perfect Fitting Knit Union Suits, with or without
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Children's Vests and Pants to match, ?*) C _
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Social and
boetety la Richmond and throughout
the Btata la much interested In the
marrlsge af Jfiaa Bessie Temple
Owathmey. daughter of Mr .and Mr*
Alfred Brook Gwathmay. of King and
Queen County, and Frank Woolfolk
Scott, which took place on Saturday
evening at ? o'clock In Zoar Baptigt
Church. Middlesat The ceremony waa
performed by the Rev. Harry L. Corr
ta the presence of a distinguished
gathering of relatives and friends The
church waa decorated la golden rod and
the altar waa massed with yellow
flowers aad lighted with tall candles, i
Miss BUea Douglas Garnett, a cousin
af the bride, played the wedding I
marsh from "Lohengrin" at the entry
af the bridal party, aad "Believe Me.
If All Those Endearing Toung Charms." |
vary softly during the ceremony. Men-,
deissshn's "Wedding March" was play-1
ad as a recessional.
The bride entered the church with
her brother. Dr. William Ryland
Gwathmey, who gar* bar away. Her,
wedding sown was sa exquisite affair
af whits satin Charmeuse elaborately
embroidered la seed pearls and trimmed
with duchess lace. Her long veil of
Illusion fell from a sap of duchess
lace held la place with orange blos?
soms, aad ahe wore a diamond neck-.
lace, the groom a gift- She carried si
presentation bouquet of lilies of the i
valley and Bride roaes. The brides'
maid of honor. Miss Ella Temple Fox. i
of Fine Bluff. Ark, worn s gown of'
palest yellow chiffon and she carried j
aa armful of white roses. Llewellyn
D. Scott, of Atlanta, attended his |
brother as best man.
The bridesmaids included Misses Jen?
nie Hashes, of Richmond; Blanche'
Fox. of Fine Bluff. Ark.; Louise Ten-!
nant, of New York: Mamie Wilson, of
New York, and Elizabeth Haws Ry?
land. of Xing William County. They
wore gowns of whits chiffon and lace,
finished with yellow satin and carried
bouquets of yellow flowers. Mrs.
Liew*llyn r>. Scott, of Atlanta, was
dame of honor and wore a gown of
white crepe dechlne embroidered in
white cbsneUlc roaes. Her bouquet
was a shower of yellow roses The
groomsmen were Messrs Alfred
Peachy Gwathmey. of Canterbury; Ro?
bert McCandllsh, of Norfolk: Singleton
Walker, of Richmond; Carroll Scott. ?
of Middlesex; O. Emerson Smith, of,
Woodstock; Leslie C. Oar nett, of Rich- '
mo ad: Colonel John R. Saunders. of.
Dun lop Flour
Made in Richmond
lk I I Tajk <*
Mahogany Clocks, $3.ft to
Make Tragks Drug
'Fair Week " Welcome
Special displays of new fail styles In
Women's Apparel.
Isffa Fmntare to.
7 West Broad St
Cash or Credit
1 ? :
Saiuda. and William Dunbar Evens,
of Saiuda.
After the ceremony the guests were I
entertained at a beautiful reception,
given at "Cedardale." the country ea- ;
t?te of the bride's brother. Dr. Owath
mey. Decorations were In yellow and
white flowers and training vines. Mr.
and Mrs. Scott left at once for sn:
extended trip through Florida and
Cuba, returning by water from Ha
I vana to New Orleans, and thence to
? their horns in Huttig, Ark. Among tie
out of town guests attending the mar?
riage were Mrs. Wales snd Mrs. Sulli?
van, of Norfolk; Mrs. E. .erson Smith,
of Woodstock; Mrs. McCandlish. of
Saiuda; Mrs. Leslie 0*rnett. of Kieh
mend; Miss Livingston, of Grand
Rapids. Mich.; Judge and Mrs. O. O.
Owathmey. of King William; Mrs.
Llewellyn G* athmey. of Norfolk; Miss
Josephine Ryland, of ?cottsville; Miss
Elisabeth Ryland. of New York: Dr. j
John D. Blake, of Baltimore; Mr. sndj
Mra Christopher Csrne-tt. f lvlch- j
mond; Mr. Lassell. of Baltimore: Miss j
Emma B Scott, of Atlanta: Mr. and i
Mra Llewellyn Davis Scott, of At- !
lanta; Colonel and Mrs. John R. Sound
ers. of Saiuda, and Mr. and Mrs. George
B. Tennant. of New York.
The wedding is one of the most Im?
portant nuptial events of the early
fall season, and the ceremony at the
church and reception following were
'very brilliant and notable functions.
Both Mr. and Mrs. Scott ere promi?
nently related throughout Virginia,
and the groom Is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. F. W. Scott.
i Vetsrlsg in the North.
Dr .and Mrs. George Ben Johnston
are spending several weeks motoring
[through the North. They will later go
to Fauquisr County, where they will
j be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Walton
Fleming at their country place. "Gor
I donsdale," near The Plains. Dr. and
'Mra Johnston will return to Rlcb
| mond about the middle of the montn.
West Vtrsrlala Wedetag.
I Says an exchange from Huntington.
W. Va.:
"One of the prettiest marriages of
the season was solemnized at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. P. A Beazley, on Sixth
Street last week when their niece.
Miss Genevleve Garnett Cutler, of Oak
Hill, W. Vs.. became ths bride of John
Randolph Seiden, of Richmond. Va.. the
I ceremony being performed by Rev.
j Hendershot, of the Central Christian
j Church. Ths bride entered the parlor
on the arm of her cousin. J. V. Quesen
berry, who gave her in marriage. She
was met at the altar by the groom.
! who was attended by his brother, C
' B. Seiden. The other attendants were
the bride's cousins. Miss Mabel Maury
; Burke, of Oak Hill, W. Va.. maid of
I honor, and Miss Sallle Burke Beasley.
I bridesmaid- William T. Jones acted j
' as usher. The bride wore white satin, j
with pearl trimmings and lace. She
wore a veil caught with lilies of the'
I valley and carried a shower bouquet.
The maid of honor wore pink mar?
quisette over pink satin with lace and
: amber trimmings and carried La
France roses. The bridesmaids wore
whits chiffon cloth over white satin
< with chrystal trimmings, and carried
white roes buds. Miss Linda Beazley.
a cousin of the bride, presided at the
piano and rendered wedding march
from Mendelssohn, during the cere-1
mony played softly "Thine Own" from
Lange She wore pink crepe meteor
with crystal trimmings.
The house was decorated In smilax, j
ferns and ?caadlea.
"Mr. an*d Mrs. Seiden left for a I
Southern trip. Upon their return they j
will reside In Richmond.
"The out cf town guests were Kirby i
Seiden, of Farm vine; Miss Sallle Burke
and Miss Mabel Burke, and Mr. and;
I Mrs. T. H. Hooper, of Oak HUI. W. J
Va.: C. B. Seiden. Mr. and Mra J. V. j
<4 uesen berry and Mise Genevleve '
Quesenberry, of Hinton. W. Va.; H.
ML Burke, of Layland. W. Va.; Mra i
Charles Goodioe. of Verdon. and W. J.
Woodson. of Richmond."
An attractive linen gift party was
given on Saturday afternoon in honor I
of Miss Ellen Eubank by Misses Fan- J
ale Williams. Gladys Livesay. Gerold- ]
ine Cole and Lucy Dame, at the homo '
of Mies Williams, in Highland Park, j
The rooms were prettily decorated In j
Pink and the same color scheme was
carried out throughout the entertain- i
ment. Miss Eubank was presented'
1 with a beautiful heart fall of "Love <
and Linen.'' Miss Eubank's wedding
to Conway Cosby Is an event of this
Eetesj Je* ax. a. (
I The marriage of Miss Ivy Mabel,
I Johnson, daughter of Clifton Mercer'
.Johnson, and John Sanford Eaton, eon
i of J. H. Eaton, will be celebrated this
' evening at 7 o'clock. The ceremony,
which will be performed by the Rev.
,y. Er fiibson. pastor of Broaddus Me
'*?**'!JBapti*t Ch;i:ch. will take place'
at the home of the bride, which will,
be prettily decorated in palms and fall'
flowers. Miss Marie Thrcrkmorton will
I-lay the "Brid.*y Cnorua" from "Lohen?
grin" at the ertry of the bridal party
and "Hearts and Flowers'* very softly
during the ceremony, accompanied by
little Willard Alley on the violin
The bride will enter ?itfe he; father,
who win also give her sway. The will
wear a smart gomg-away gown of blue
broadcloth, with s black picture hat,
and will carry a shower bouquet of
Bride rcse*. Her i?id of honor. Miss
Rebecca Egglestor, will be gowned la;
pale pi*k chiffon uraped over naeaea
l:ne of the same shade, and will carry(
a beuqaet of white chrysanthemums
W. W. Ingalls will attend the groom
as his best man.
Mr. Eaton and his brKe will leave
immediately after the ceremony fo?j
* wedding trip, end on that* return.
October 23. will reside at Ss+1 1-2 Best
Marshall Street. Their wedding tri?
will include Washington Philadelphia.
New York. Buffalo and Niagara Pall*,
G*e*ts frjm * els tans* attending the,
ceremooy are S H. Beto* snd family,
of Alexandria. W fit Jahaao*. of Clay-.
viTte; Mr. etat Mr* a H. Eaters, of.
Dallar. Texas; Alf-ed Carrier, of Cal-I
?terato. Mr sad Mr* C P. Browee*. of
Washington P. Fl??*, of Msassan
St John? Ctrels sf atlagrs
tars wUl hol? 1st AMC fall milHa?
tau afternoon at 4 o'clock la the brick
achoolhouM la St Jana'? Churchyard.
OOcora will bo elected aad ab I agates
for ths stat* convention la Norfolk
will also be elected. Tbla la a abbat
lag- of much Import?nee, aad all m?m
hers are urged to be praaaat
A quiet but pretty wedding took
place laat Tbaraady afternoon at a
o'clock la the home of Powhataa Nash.
117 Fourth Avenue, Highland Park,
when hta niece. Miss Mary Ruth Kldd.
became the bride of Herman Hlx
Smith, of thie oity. The Rev. T. Mer
ritt performed the ceremony. The
bride wore a traveling aalt of blue
cloth, with hat and gloves to match,
and a corsage bouqeut of orchids. The
parlors were decorated for the occa?
sion in palms and ferns, aad only the
I immediate families and a few lntl
; mate friends witnessed the ceremony.
Mr. Smith is a well-kuown employe of
I the Southern Bell Telephone Company.
? and his bride is a popular resident of
, Highland Park. Mr. and Mrs Smith
I left immediately after the ceremony for
: Norfolk and New York, and on their
return will reside at 1924 Hanover
I Avenue.
la aad Oat af Town.
Miss Elise Muss, who has been via
lltlng Dr. end Mrs. Francis Smith la
Honolulu for seversl months, baa re?
turned to Virginia.
Mrs. Lomes, of New York, is ths
guest of her cousin. Mrs T. H. Ellen,
on West Franklin 8treet for several
Mrs. Henry Logan Oolsan has re?
turned to Richmond after spending the
summer in ths North.
Mieses Elisabeth and Agatha Do
herty. daughters of Captain Frank J.
Doherty. of Lynchburg, are guests of
Mrs J. E. Hslndl at *?07 West Main
Mrs M E. Hart of Paaaalc. N. J,
is the guest of her son, Samuel S. Hart
of 204 North Addison Street.
Mrs Oranvllle Valentine and her
little daughter have returned to Rich?
mond after vlslt*aaT relatives In York,
Mrs Wllklns Benolst Shields, who
spent the summer camping with a party
of friends in the mountains of Colo?
rado, has returned to her home on West
Grace Street. .
Miss Lillian Betts, of this city, is
the guest of Mr. and Mrs Charles E.
Betts. In Baltimore.
Mrs R Willis Thompson and Mrs
Samuel G. Dew will be guests of Mrs.
H. W. Bertram during the United
Daughters of the Confederacy conven?
tion this weak.
Mrs Louise Miller and Mrs. Miller,
who spent the summer at the Henry
Clay Inn. in ashland. bare come to
Richmond for the winter months
Mrs W. P. Fletcher, who has been
ill st her home for the past seven
weeks, is new slowly improving.
Mrs W. W. Green, of Bowling Green,
is a guest of Mrs. Leslie Reed, la this
ciey, for a few days
Mrs. CJActon Farmer, of Frederlcks
burg. is spending a week with frienda
in Richmond.
Miss Mary Dunn, who baa been quite
sick for the psat two weeks, la now
Mr. and Mrs George B. Hatchings.
|who spent September in Ashlsnd. base
ope**a their town bouse for the win?
Miss Bessie Dunn, of this city, is
0i Holiday, Wednesday
aad Friday
We will sponge and shrink dress
goods of all kinds. Quick de?
livery guaranteed.
J. B. Mosby & Co.
New Charmeuse #1Q
Gowns. apie/elaJ
Beautiful styles._
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Coles Hot Blast Heaters
Jones Bros. Sl Co. Inc,
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The BamttM Watck
has ahbwjr advantage*, not cany over for?
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Cant eany Sft&ew anal ?p
Smith tk WtjBStsr
Don't tail to
Lj? to oete that the IN?
muc-PLAYER brings out the
umtators; even though a repro
duction of the name and the ?tyle
? *?* tXP* ute& in our trade-mark
? the limit o their involuntary
j u away above comparison with
! ?ny other instrument containing
a player device.
1%0f course you'll see and hear the
INNER-PLAYER before you buy.
I We invite the most critical investi
I gation.
aaeee Cable Plan* Ce.
213 E. Broad.
visiting- bsr parents. Mr. and Mra J. J.
I Dunn, in Carolins County.
J. T. O'Neii. of Taylor's Crossing,
latter being confined to bis room at
i St Luke s Hospital for eighteen weeks
with a fractured thigh, will leave this
! week for his home
Miss Mary Duke, daughter of Mr.
aad Mra Benjamin V. Duke, and Miss
I Fuller, daughter of W. W. Puller, of
, New York, are visiting ths family of
8. T. Morgan. Ill East Franklin Street.
Serieaal 7 lajured Before Iafsurlated
Asdsaal Is Kille?.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Standardsvllle. Va., October ?.?A vi?
cious bull was killed on the road to
Elkton on the Rocklnghem side of
the Blue Ridge Wednesday morning
shortly after it had badly gored Harry
Reed, an Elkton man. The animal
was purchased a few days before in
Greene County, by Moz Hirsch, a Har
rissonburg cattleman.
When Mr. Reed was but a faw feet
away it made for htm. He started to
run. but the animal was too quick for
him aad knocked him down by goring
him in the back of the head under the
left ear. As he fell the bull caught
him .again, ripping a hole in the aide
of the head. Mr. Reed fell on his
back and the bull next sunk-his horn
in his forehead aad ripped a hole ex?
tending back five laches. At the same
time the Infuriated animal was pawing
him. Mr. Hauey threw a rock at the
animal and missed. Just as It waa try
lag to gore Mr. Reed In the breast, Mr.
Heney struck the animal in the Jaw
with a big stone, breaking Its jaw
and stunning It. He rushed up and
palled Mr. Reed away. The latter was
in such a condition that he could not
j help himself. So Mr. Haney picked
I him up and made for a nearby fence
|and pitched the Injured man ever it.
following as fast as he could. The
buU charged the fence first and then
went back to where Mr. Reed's hat
was lying la a pool of blood and tore
It to pieces. Mr. Lam, who had the
I gun. waa a short distance away and
came up about this time. He fired
three shots into the animal before kill?
ing it
Mr. Hirsch reeched the scene short?
ly afterward and rushed Mr. Reed to
Elkton for medical treatment. He is
recovering from his frightful injuries,
a phone mtaasge stated to-day.
St. James Episcopal Church, wnlcn
Is connected with district Na S of the
archdeaconry of the Blue Ridge?the
Bine Ridge Missions?was dedicated
last Sunday by Bishop Gibson. Arch?
deacon Frederick W. Move preached
j the sermon. A class of five was con?
firmed by the bishop, the oldest mem
j her being more than eighty years old.
St. James Church is a pretty Uttle
Gothic structure. It was built entire?
ly from contributions from private
i sources, not a cent coming from the
[general mission fund of the church,
i The first money contributed came from
j a woman who gave her jewels to be
j sold and instructed that the proceeds
j be turned over to Archdeacon Neve to
be used In his mountain work. At
this mission besides the church are a
! home for the deaconess and nurses and
a hospital. Rev. Willis M Cleaveland
' is the rector In charge of the district,
and in his five years' Incumbency he
has made an experimental work per?
manent. St. James stands on the side
of the mountain six miles from Stand?
Harrison J. Wood and Miss Susan
H. Wood were married Wednesday
night nt the home of the bride's par?
ents. Mr. and Mrs. E- Y. Wood, at Celt,
by Rev. W. A. Omer. In the presence
of a small party of relatives and
friends. The bridegroom is a son of
Mr. ead Mra William Wood, of Alba
mar le county.
G P. Powell has a carrier pigeon
which came to his home a few days
ago. On one leg It has a silver band
with No. IS.878. and on the othvr No.
Lei*. / j
Deaconess Adwen, of the St James1
Episcopal mission, has resigned her
position and returned to her home at
Rochester. N. Y.
(Special to The Times-DtapatCh. ]
H-athsvllf. Va.. October ?.?The
Lee-Jack*oa Chapter. United Daugh?
ters ef the Confederacy, wfll held its
next meeting at HeathsvtUe. October
14. A fell attendance is expected and
the women ef HeathsvlUe have bee*1
cordially Invited to meet with them, j
The dtseon amoag sattle ?ad horse* ?
which ha* been here fee some time,
la decidedly ea the mere***, and many
valuable horses are lest each week, to
say nothing ef cattle No one seems
to knew jest what to do. or what It is
In some Instances every horse oa a'
farm has died sad others lost four end
five The Stesses make* It* appearance '
first by the satmal refusing food, and!
* stiffness ta the html legs, the* a tre- j
mesdeus swelling aad the tongue turns!
Following the troobls with this fatal.
gts i as i the ? ?peivteiis ef Northum
Berten*, at * recent meeting, sdopted
an set of the General Assembly of Vir?
ginia, to the effect that any sstses
basing aa aalsael er fowl ta die from
should have s*M a alms! or
Prussia Now Has Rigid Restric?
tions Against Foreign
EMPEROR William has been takln?
counsel with Chancellor van
Bothmann-Hollweg ana his min?
isters, as to the possibility of securing
from the Prussian legislature a repeal
of tha laws of 1?47 against foreign
Jews. For Russia is not, as so many
people believe, the only European pow?
er that places all aorta of obstacles inj
tha way of Hebrew foreigners, by rea?
son of their creed and race. In the
Kingdom of Prussia, according to Sta?
tutes enacted In the reign of Frederick
William IV., foreign Jews are prohib?
ited, under the penalty of flne and Im?
prisonment, to remain any longer In
the kingdom than six weeks without a
special permit granted by the Minister
of the Interior. Similar penalties are
provided for Prussian citizens who may
employ foreign Hebrews in any capa?
city, without special authorisation in
each Instance from the Minister of the
Interior; and how strictly these laws
are enforced is best shown by the fact
that only the other day the Berlin
courts Indicted fines upon a well
known Jewish merchant and Prussian
{citizen of the nsma of Max W?lpe, for
I having In his capacity as presiding
I elder of one of the metropolitan syna?
gogues, employed an Austrian Jew.
? Morits Miller, as religious teacher of
j the younger members of the congregs
? tlon. without obtaining any permit
J from tha Department of the Interior,
i Elder W?lpe haa now been obliged to
dispense with the services of Morltx
Miller, who has been compelled to
leave the kingdom, and to return to
The Kaiser has shown himself ex?
tremely liberal towards the Jews But
his subjects and by that of course I
mean the Prussians? do not share his
views In this respect; s fact which la
strikingly shown by the complete ex?
clusion of Jews from the commissioned
ranks of the army and navy. There
I were some In the war of 1870. and even
j until the beginning of the preaent
reign. But to-day there are none, this
j being due to the fact that the officers
of a regiment are permitted to pass
I upon the eligibility of any candidate
i before he is definitely gaxetted to their
corps, and that they Invariably turn
down every Jewish name.
In the national legislature of Prus?
sia, In which the higher and lower aris?
tocracy retain a predominant Influence,
most of the members of both housea
holding commissions In the army, either
j on the sctive list in the Landwehr, or
, In the reserves, the same anti-Semitic
feeling prevails, and any bill that the
Emperor may cause his Ministers to
submit to them tending to repeal the
statutory disabilities of foreign Jews.
Is likely to encounter the asms over?
whelming defeat that has fallen to the
share of other measures initiated by
William IL
The matter la all the more serious
Ayers SarsapaT?la is a tonic,
a regular tonic There is not
a drop of alcohol in it You
have the steady, even gain that
comes from a strong tonic
Ask your doctor all about this. ;
_I. a Ajmt On- 1^?O. Mam._ i
New MetbM Gas Raages
? AT ?
PETTrr & co/s?
Caikb-ea'. White Carat
Battoa Saocs,
5th html Broad
Symw & Bradley, be
Craco mmd Siisnjn
For Oil CooUBg Wk4
Heating Stoves
^d^SJhaa Baum"**
to the Java since Prussian
unlike those, tor lasts aoo. off _
do set exercise any judgment
appUoatloaa of existing lawn, T>_
hundreds of atatutea In England, aoma
of thorn dating; from tha reign off
Queen Elisabeth, and from Jam as I,
providing extravagant penalties far the
most trivial oftoaoes, sad in g-r-t!?n<
the medieval law decreeing capital
punishment tor infractions sf the
Seventh Commandment continues un?
changed. Of course, no attempt la
made nowadays to enforce either this
or other statutes off aa analogous na?
ture, and they have been permitted to
become dead letters. But In Prussia,
as long as a law remains unrepaalad.
ao matter how arbitrary Its tenor, the j
government official. ths magis- 1
traten, and the Judges, consider It to]
be their duty to execute its previsions
with the utmost rigor.
Spain's smhasssdor to Praams,
tor Peres Caballero, former Minister
of Foreign Affairs at Madrid. Is about
to quit his post under somewhat un?
usual and awkward circumstances. A
little over a year age a Madrid finan?
cial concern, entitled the Credit Pon?
der of Southern Spain, floated a lean
In Paris, and the walla of the city
were cove-red with huge posters call?
ing upon the people to subscribe, an?
nouncing in large letters that the
Spanish ambassador waa the president
of the Institution Is question; while
the name of M do Nolbae. curator of
the Palace and Museum of Versailles,
was given as one off the directors. Tho
French government Immediately call?
ed upon M do Nolhac to choose be?
tween his curatorshlp and his direc?
torship, with the result that he lost
no time In resigning from the totter,
j He is now a candidate for election to
I the Academy of France.
At the same time, tho thea French
[Premier Caillaux. although engaged In
all aorta of more or less reputable fln
I anclai enterprises himself, caused It
j to he quietly Intimated to the court
of Spain that the action of a foreign
J ambassador accredited to the French
Republic, in using his official position
to footer financial schemes of his own
I on the hanks of the Seine, was. to say
j the least. Impolitic, and did not com
j mend itself to the French government
I Accordingly. Peres Caballero was com?
pelled to resign his presidency of tho
Credit Ponder of Southern "Spain, and
to thus forego the pecuniary advan?
tages which he had secured therefrom,
and expected to derive In the future
This naturally embittered him
against the French government and
j It Is a question whether this personal
I rancor on his part did not in a measure
[ contribute to the Ill-feeling which has
, exissad for the pest eighteen months
between the two countries, and whleh
on several occasions has brought them
almost to the very brink of war In
I connection with the Moorish problem.
Lest month the Credit Ponder of
the South of Spain came to grief, the
failure being one of a particularly
disastrous and unsavory character, and
now the French stockholders have
lodged charges against the ambassa?
dor In the Parisian law courts, on the
ground that they were Induced to In?
vest their money In the enterprise, by
means of fraudulent representations in
the prospectus, which bore the nemo of
the ambassador as president of the
As long as Peres Caballero remains
ambassador, be enjoys diplomatic and
ex-territorial Immunity from the Juris?
diction of any French courts immuni?
ties which, howsver, will cease when
'his mission Is brought to a close. On
the other band. It is manifestly impos?
sible for a foreign ambassador to con?
tinue to shield himself behind these Im?
munities In order to protect himself
against accusations of fraud; and plac?
ed between the alternative of having
his pass-ports sent to him by the
French government or resigning his
office, he has selected the latter al?
ternative, and is returning home still]
shielded by the prerogatives of his of?
fice, to sever at Madrid his connections!
with the diplomatic service of Spain.
The Lady Wolseley who Is now visit-1
Ing San Francisco with her son. la
native of that city, the daughter of
Daniel T. Murphy, one of its leading
merchants, and must not be confounded
with that Canadian Lady Wolseley.
who is the wife of Field Marshal Lord
Wolseley. Her husband is Sir Charles
Michael Wolseley, ef Wolseley, In Staf?
fordshire, formerly of the Lancers, a
veteran of the Afghan War of 1879.
and the chief of the entire Wolseley
family. He can prove by authentic
evidence an unbroken descent from
early Saxon times, and can show the
inheritance of bis present estates In
the male line direct from a period an?
terior to the Norman Conquest In leSC.
In fact the Staffordshire property off
Sir Charles Is oa record as having ml
olden times borne the name of Wlsseletj
and as having been conferred on a cer?
tain Stwardus by King Edgsr. for bin}
services In connection with the exter?
mination of wolves in England
It Is oa this account that a wolfs
head figures on the armorial hearings
of the Wolseleys. and that the wolf
also appears la the family motto,
which Is "Homo homlnl lupus." (men
Is a wolf to bis fellow man) a sin?
gularly appropriate motto for a fam?
ily which has furnished so many sol-j
dlers to the State.
(Copyright 1?12. by the Brentwood
Onancock. Va. October C.?The Con?
federate reunion held at Eastvtile oa
Thursday was very largely attended.
Attorney-General Williams, of Rich?
mond, made the speech of the day.
The address by Captain John *. Wise
was also greatly enjoyed An Eastern
Shore repast was served at 7 o'clock,
snd the veterans were made to feel '
that It was their dep. Crosses or hon?
or were conferred by Jefferson Dsvis 1
Chapter. Daughters of the Con-fed- :
ersey. for the last time. Mra John a I
Wise pinned the erstens on the fel- [
lowing veterans and descendants: W. I
R. S Wills. Tho map W. Spedy. W. L '
Hanby. W. R Crewder. a W. Nock, i
J. W. Blexens. Casey P. Nottlaghem. '
John H Daley. Samuel J. Matthewa i
for father; Mra Emme J. Reld. for
husband. R J. Buyferd, for father. .
Miss Cetbetise Savage, for father.
ssBBF familiar faces Were misslag aad j
severs! of tee veterans bsd psas'd i
over the river since the roil call a I
year age.
Wait- sn exciting contest Is ex
pe ted over the State sjfjsjggg to bo
elected by the Daughters ef
Amrrirsn Revelation Convention,
which will convene here Ort a bee *. ,
Th> Scott forces era new tee
It hi ?nde ret ?od tbst many ef
exp*?-ted delegates are Story
I h leers The race far State
wil be between Mra Jamison, sf
?eke. and Mra Smart, ef
Mrs. Sallle Holland
at w. a. o.
Mr. sad Mi
Church by Rev. Jsttsreoa R
ul Interment a*aa made la tha
Chart? Cemetery. B?
baad aad psranta. aha la earrlaet
two ebildren aaa two a rathe m.
??nd Cropper Holland
Or. aad Mm- L. McLene TMftajr.
Baltimore, arrfred at
home, lit Castle." a
Wednesday, where they wtU
until Dee*mber.
At a meeting Of tl
Tuesday, & T. Ounter aad & Jt
Turlington ware retained to
Commonwealth's attorney la
of Samuel J. Burton (aagro).
tlmore. against Leontdaa R.
Mayor of Onancook; T. O
stable of Lee District: Lee B.
formerly sheriff of Aeeomaak; F.
Sturste aad John W. West. Tha
came out of the riot of
whea Governor Sevsnson sent tiwabj
to Onancock. Stewart K. FowaU Wfl
defend the teVn. Burton claims am
Just arrest Be was tha alleged W
atlgator at tha riot.
Untu October the ahlpeaaats "M
sweet potatoes had not been as* %
the average year by SO per cant. M
la order to handle the prodaoa, aaM
steamers are being ran to
and mors trains hays been Bat SB
the New Tora. Philadelphia and
folk Railway. The prices
last week were fair. Thirty-two
dred barrels were loaded at
The Woman's Foreign
Union of Norfolk Presbyterian
Bells Haven Presbyterian
Thursday. The body was ceiled
order by Mrs Charles Friend.
Hampton. Mrs Eugene BeU.
slonary from Korea, made an
eating talk on "Work of tha
Ladles In Korea." The aszt
win be st Msksnnl Church.
September. IIIS.
The attendance at tha State
from thla section will be Terr
Several Eastern Shore horsea
been entered In the races
There will be a big
rally at Acoomaek Monday.
7. at S:S0. Hon William A. J?
nominee for Congress, and Hon.
srd L. Besle. Democratic pr
elector for the First District,
make addresses.
The Washington and Jefferson LM
ersry Societies of the high school hUM
organised sad elected officers.
T. J. Kent, a former resident
Parksley. died st his boms in
lin. M&-. Thursday. His
were brought to Psrhsley.
funeral services were conducted
Grace M P. Church. The
minlatera were Rev. George
ton. of Washington; Rev. R. L.
ley, of Berlin, and Rev. W. Than
Clark. He was a member at
Junior Order American Mechanics.
Men snd Heptasophs. The Junor
der. of which he was past cot
hsd charge of the services at
grave. A widow and two dna
?Misses Irene and Bessie Kent
Per Ia&urts sad Csildishv |
Ask your dealer or phone
son 1457?how to gat this
$8.00 24-ft. Tea
Offers the beat chance far you
your money onsckty by a**s
Address O. D . I . W
Bread R?ckWi
The Very

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