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TO GREET WILSON
Democratic Candidate Is Given
ADDRESSES LARGE CROWDS
In Two Speeches He Discusses
Serious Issues Now
Chicago. October lt.?All faction* of Bate
BOis Democracy marched nd> kfl ?l?- to-day
M1 (-heered Governor Woodrow Wilson, the
etandard-bearer of the national ticket. Prom
the moment of arrival until lata to-night,
when the Governor departed for Ohio, hla
reception *<i one of noley demonatration
?nd enthusiastic Aa he rode the densely
crowded streets on hla arrival h< atood in
fcla automobil* and waved to thouaanda who
dotted the window* of factories and offlc-a.
?nd a moving mass of people who trailed
t "ni beeide.
'The Oonmar recovered hla voice auffl
cl< ..t.y to make an ?aunded apeecb ai a
theatre at noon. b>it an unable to re*? h
the crowd that (fathered at the Seventh
lieglment Armory to-night.
'Ina MmMM ? ner* the 'icerror spoke at)
noon v*as Jammed from gatlety to pu. Thai
cheering developed lato a plo.oag. ?! dem- I
?nitration. A noisy element lit the gallery j
continued to ahout ' put tbvtn out.'' "put ?
tat in out." |
'S: no don t put a.-jt.a/ oat." aald the!
Oj< *m:r quickly, and toe uro*? graauai.y j
"I have b- en greatly exhillratrd aa 1 bavc I
&?.-?< 4 from one part at tbia laljaa to an?
other." ta.j the nominee, "by the general'
cheers of the people that greet lue. Thai
cb*er* ar* no: somg to **ti<e contests. |
?u ad last principle-, clear vision, teaxieaa]
tbir.aing are going to am*? im? nation, at.d!
actniug eiae, and therefore It la ruy dut>.|
?.'.?nt>?r I have the privilege of facing an!
Audience, to can their attention to th* very >
?er.'ou* issues which are at (take, for la Hfl
judgment they are nothing leas for America t
than the laauca o: Ufa and death." j
Dnn during the Governor'a speech a voice j
la the gallery called, Hurraa (or Teddy," I
;?f: aa the speaker began to take up the'
wanks in th* frograaalv* platform. "Juat I
wait a minute." taid the Governor, "and >
See ]f tou'h teal tag aama after 1 nave *?
The Governor then lauded that part of the j
Prcgreaclve platform whun advocated hu- j
ma-Utarlan and social reform*, bat declared)
'al.ura of tba aame platform to condemn j
raonopollea and pronoaaca itae.f explicitly!
In .'?vor of tariff reform mad* It necessary I
to ask by ?com aad how the social parts i
ti La* prog.axn ?ere ts> be accomplished. Tue1
Uovernor e.npbaslsed "v. ho and how" in hla I
question, and th* crowd responded with j
sheers and approval
At the S'vtuth Regiment Armory. Gover?
nor Wilson addreaaed a crowd which over-1
flowed the building. Hla speeoh touched i
mainly upon th* points fee had discussed
during the day. j
The brief rest h* had obtained between |
*i- ech< a had Improved hla voice, scd he was ;
ab e ;o make himself heard with litt e tkt-j
il thai m wliiih music reign-. Many h.?ppf/ tpi drl'tch'.ful hou ? mai'
M spent around the piano, and that plea-unr- is immeasurably enhancexl
il one it able to pe wnally play the piano. The
place* w,th n th'* reach of ALF,, without adnr previous tc-tching or prac?
tice, the ability la play perfectly the mo>t difficult compositions.
Kxprcssion. the soul of iiiumc, i? obtained by means of simple
leveri- guided l>y the markings on the roll. The manipulation of these
lever-, become-* instinctive i;i a very short timej, so that the player on
the Pianola-Piano finds himself playing with the brilliant style and
technique of the artist
When you buy a PIANOLA-PIANO you buy not only
a superb instrument, but also the ability to play it.
Send lor free catalogue of Pianola-Pianos. Abo catalogue of other"
high grade piano*.
Walter D. Moses & Co.,
103 East Broad Street.
OLDEST ML SIC HOUSE IN VIRGINIA AND NORTH CAROLINA.
MADE Bif WATSON
(Continued Kroth First P?se.) I
payment of poll taxes. He charges1
the unlawful forcing of th?> poll books
at Edmunds's Store Precinct In Bruns?
wick, to tally ?Ith the ballots, when
four nsmes were supplied frorn mem?
ory. He charges nine persons w>to
allowed to vote in various counties for
his contestant who were not entitle?
to vote. Five persons who were .jual- -
Ifled to vote and did offer to vote for
Judge Watson, he charges nevertheless
were denied the right.
Various charg'-e of voting of per- j
eons not qualified on account of change ,
of residence and living in pome oth?r
precinct, all of whom supported Mr. |
Tumbull. are madr.
He charges that seven men in Surry
voted for Mr. Turnbull, althonrb thev
had not paid their poll taxes, and
therefor* were not qualified. In law
renceville be ohargee there were
thirty-four allowed to vote who were
not qualified for this and other r>a- !
sons; at Rook's more, two delinquents,'
were allowed to vote; at Sturgeon vi lie i
Precinct, nine not on treasurer's list:
at Smoky Ordinary Precinct eeven not ?
on treasurer's lists: -at Bneadnax Pre?
cinct, thirteen not on treasurer's lists:
at Tillman's Precinct, twenty-four not
on treasurer's lists; at Rook's Store, j
eight not on treaaarer'a Hats; all were
allowed] 16 vot<\ ?nd did vote for Mr.
TurnbuEl. At Trotters Store he
cliargM, nin" votes were )ll?-(rall> cast.
In conclusion, ludir- V?'a>tson says:
"In conclusion. I deeire t? way that
i though the primary was held on Sep
temhsw ;i, and thouch the name of
i th? ttobiidw muat be placed on the
? offlrJaJ bnllot twenty days before the
j 5th rsf November, contestant did not
1 nie hfs petition until noon of October
I 5, did not file his completed ptti
I tirra nr.til 10 o'clock A. M. October ?.
Aft??r he filed his petition, many hours
: wesre cct,?um?l in the labor of inspect
I IiiEC the poll br>oke and counniit? the
: ballots, so that thousrh cotitesrtant had
j two wffkj -to rake up alleged Irregu
I laritje*. I have only had twenty-four
I hours to answer his char ?res. and less
j than three days to take my own proof
[and ? rnultancouF'.T attend the taking;,
of oomestant's evidence. Thia ia an ',
I uradertaklna: of tremendous difficulty.!
arnl necessarily placed me at a certain ?
I dtoadvantajre, both In the matter of!
lrsqejiry and the obtaining of proof, i
I aim convinced that the result of the
I primary ru srubstantially and essen - ,
tially flair, and that it expresses the i
wi.ll of a majority of the Democratic
?voters of the, Fourth District. I offer ;
i evidence of irre guktriti ess against me
i not to nullify the primary, but to off- '
I set any Irregularities which might
have been to mr adv-axrtafce. and to
show further that. If the strict legal
teat ta applied, my majority Is very
much greater than it appeavaa oa the
"WALTER A. WATSON.
*Tt E Byrd ?od R. IL Mann, Oounael"
? ? ?' I
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Some amazing figures and startling facts about the World's Barbell
Series form the basis of an interesting illustrated article of special timeliness.
By a magazine writer of high repute.
EDWARD LYELL FOX
Because her stories are
for mature persons. May
Edgerton is better known
to the British public than
to Americans. This is one
of her stories about a
phase of life on which she
raises the curtain for hur?
ried glances. Illustrated
by George Brehm.
W\ Jsmes Oliver CiraJaW
Joy o9 th9 Moraing
A charmingly told lore story, sweet and simple, with a definite appeal to
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THE BEST THERE IS HI SUNDAY READING
DOT VET ISSUED
Situation in Balkan States -Mean?
while Is as I'uzzling
VICTORY FOR MONTENEGRO
Stronghold of Turkish Position
on L>ctchit<jh Mountain
i London, October iu.?Mm.u negro
claim* Hi- first victory In th? B?lkau ?
?dr by the capture of the stronghold J
of the TaptUtti isjsition on Dctchiuh '
M juntam, whose' Commander surren?
dered to-day *-'4h the hulk of his '
f irees. Montenegrins also eros-ted the j
frontier near Berotia, and. according ;
to the Tuiklsh account, have been re-j
The situation meanwhile Is as puz- j
zling as before No declaration of war (
lias been issued 'by the ot her allied Bill- j
kati state*, avi.l tiiere is no news yet of
their ministers having left Cunstaatl* I
nonle, and it cannot be definitely said j
?whether Mont'tncijjro lias acted inde- j
pendently. with' a motive of forcing ?j
Conflict, *o as to render efforts of tke |
l owers to p.-eanrve peace nugatory, ??r i
in accordance voth a Strategie, plan i
arranged by t>e Balkan coalition.
The powers toe-day presented a eol- j
lectlve ? note inviting Turkey to dis- i
cues a scheme for reforms in Macedo-j
nia. It appears, however, as thougn!
while diplomacy^ ia trying to at range J
the matt-rs peag-efully, guna will de- ?
clde It for thecr
Fresh Bulgarian attacks on Turkish I
frontier towns are reported to-night, I
and the opinionr Is growing that the.
oppoelng parties are only uMng diplo- !
matic delays to concentrate" their]
firces in readar.esa for the Inevitable j
Captain Jatasre W. Met arrtck. I
No*?aoik, Vji.. October 10.?Captain
James W. McChrrlck. general Southern
agent for the Clyde Line, and one of
the best known men in this section.
: died at 10:?J> o cloatk to-night at his
residence tn this city, after an llluess |
of three motnths. He was slaty-nine
; years of ag?. Despite his age. Cap?
tain McCsrrlok. up to a few months'
1 ago. tool; a 1? a*U?g part in the business
' organization of tills city*. He was past
commander ?*? Pickett-Buchanan Camp,
Confederate Veterans, and a charter
member of the Norfolk Board of;
j TAFT ARRIVES AT DUBLIN
Dublin. M H.. October 1?.?President
' Taft swung' south from Bretton Woods.
K H.. tolday to Dublin, making mors;
! than 150 mXues In ten hours, with stops
1 for many short nonpolitlcal speeches.
It was one of the) longest runs of the
presidential automobile tour of New
I England. To-night the President and
his party -were guests at the summer'
home of Secretary of the Treasury
MacVeagh. They will leave to-morrow
j for Beverly.
VISITS TRACED BY
! HOTEL REGISTERS
j Clerks From Various Cities Iden
I tify McManigal as Former
! Indiar.apolii. Ind., October lt.?For th* first I
time arnce he confessed to dynamiting. Ortie j
j McManigal before a Jury la the "dynamite J
! conspiracy ' traal to-day was identified by
i hotel darks as having vlalted various cities
j at times when explosions occurred. j
H. E. Peerca, Kansas City. Mo., la the1
pagea of a hotel register, traced- "J. W. Mc- ,
, Oraw" as having regiatered at a Kansas
j City Hotel. August 20. 1?:?. three days before ,
! McMaalgaJ blew up a portion of a tl.MG.3M
i bridge across the Missouri stiver, which, he j
says, waa arranged for by W. Bart Brown,
of Kansas City, aad Jamea McXasaara
Pea res Identified McManigal In the court?
room as XcOraw. The Una of testimony was
followed by the government aa tending to
carry out McMaaigai'a confession that be
actually caaaad the explosions detailed In bis
confession, aad for which the government
chancre members ?* the executive board of
the International Association of Bridge and
? traces ml Iron Workers paid him at the j
rate of 12? a "Job."
K. J. Qulgley. of Lroluth, Minn.. Identified '
McManigal aa a vtaltor at a Delate hotel
In July. 101?. shortly before an explosion at
F. W. Gates said McManigal waa the "J.
G Bry" who frequently registered at a '
hotel at Rochester. Pa. near which later j
were draroverea quantities of nitre-glycerine ]
hlddce tn a shed. ?
The aertvetlea of James B. MrMamara on
his return to Tndlanapolla after blowing up.
the Times banding a ?o were traced la hotel j
ledges*. At the suggestion er his brother.'
James B. took the name of "Frank Fnlll
vaa." dropping all the aliases he bad 'seed
on the Pacific Coast.
In presenting great l?nnd!a* ?? telegram*.'
whirs) were Identified by managers of tele
gmJXh? offices from many par:, of the raan
try. hijf contents of which were withheld
iiatl? later, gnrernwient attorneys announ >el
i: w?n t h? shown that arrangements fcrr the
Pn?-t?e coast crp-??t?vn? were carried on hy
telegraph: trist O'er TVrttmee and Bugene
a. ?""lancey. ?an Francisco, sad J. E. Men-'
er?. Aalt Lake <~l*v. r^mm-mlcar?? attest the I
esrdWeiona In 'elwrinii. aad that Clancey
and Mansev. ??worried over tt?e seere1* msrl
t..ted for the rtvnsmTfers." sent ttsrk and
fnreh n>mtep co-i-errl-ig the wbereaho-jts
o' Jarme* R M-N*maea
Wem. Vassee ?H?ver.
fSfveHal t" The Tim??-Dianatrh.?
Fallsbnry. JC. C October T?.-?i
Mrs? Vance Rhsver. of Salisbury.
dhed at r"?nnellr Springe to-dav. after
I an nir.?ss of two wrefca. She in sur
j vtved be her husband an** several
yrstrnar chMdren. the yotiwsTewt being
about ten days old. The bsrial win
I take place at her former h*?me In Ashe
State Fair Awards
f Continued From Tenth Page )
Bwrton. Brock Road. Richmond: fourth.
rtn? Pnriltrv Farm. News Ferry. Va..
fifth. Mrs M 1- Barton. Brooft Hoed.
a. C White LegrlTTTS. nullet- -first,
jars M T. Burton. Brook Road. Rich?
mond second. Mrs. M U sWt-Uws. Breek
Pfcajgg^ss g^tajaPasWaWaJ f ky'l^As ?O'Cj^Mla?wa'v^W
Pwwitry Fane Reenedie. Ta.: fwerth.
?Twk R'dge roeltrv Farm. Oak Ridge.
Vs . fifth. Oak Rita* Prjailtrv Farm.
Oak Ridge. Va
a C jffclte V-tlmm*. a?w Mrs.
Will The REAL FREEME
Uphold Wilson's Hands?
Woodrow Wilson has refused emphatically to accept coertributioas tm
his Campaign Fund from the Interests, from corrupting influences, from
any questionable sources.
He has given us, the Democratic National Committee, to understand
that he will go into the White House with clean hands or not at all.
Who Is Getting The Money
of The Trusts?
So sure baa been Wilson's ?Und, to weM known bis Incor?
ruptible purpose, that no private interests neve dared to
approach either our candidate or his committee.
We have not been offered a penny by the treats, aad
we certainly hare not solicited a penny from them. The
money of the Interests is being spent against Wanes* No
matter for whom?we need not discuss that here?h is now
common gossip that the money power of the nation It being
used in an attempt ti defeat Woodrow Wilson.
What Is a "People's Campaign?"
We are addressing ourselves to the real freesasn mi
America, the upright. Progressive Voters of the country
who are doing tbe work of the nation and not the work of
tracts sad bosses.
We realise that the salvation of every righteoss caase
rests with you.
Often this cry of a People's Party or a Peoples President
It raised by the very forces we seek to defeat and whom we
must and will defeat. But look to oar standard and oar
standard bearer and decide yourself as to which it the
People's Campaign and mast, therefore, be fought with the
Woodrow Wilson Has Clean Hands
Woodrow Wilson is the cleanest man in national aoiitio
He came of illostrioot forefathers, who laid by blood and
heredity the foundation of a future President through gen- ?
eration after generation of upright record. ?
If Wilson is to be elected it most be by clean money and
there is only one source of sach money?from the voters of
the country who realize the importance of having a govern?
ment uninfluenced by the almighty dollar.
Wilson's hznds are clean.
Will yon uphold them?
How Much Money Will You Give?
How Much Can You Raise?
There are big campaign expense* to be met' if we mmm to .
win on Election Day in November. We must tell the voters
of the country about Wilson, what he) Is, what he has
We must show them his record. We must show them
platform. We mast point out to them the features of
platform which mean so much to this nation. This
work will cost a lot of money. We mast meet the
heavy toll necessary to present a platform and a
to a hundred million.
Your dollar, your $5, your f 10, year 930 is needed,
don't mistake?we want the man who can only afford
one dollar. We need him. We need the woman
eery give oas dottac We beheeo hi this Mad ml
its the kind that wane.
Let every saw cost ri bate to the Weed row Wrisse
paiga by the first mail. Let's have as beg a fund at the estv
Derations can sspaty the other parties. For the people erb-*
A Call To Those Who Will Qub |
No live progressive voter can do mete for Wilsons ctanto.
than to head a litt with hit own contribution aad then to
have hit fellow-workers aad friends swell the total warn,
their usmnt and money.
If you work in an office or factory, mill, warehouse, an at'
railroad, ranch or farm, start the ball rolling. Line up thej '
Wilton men. Sign up as many contributions as you catv>'
And mail to as. j|
How To Contribute To The WOsotwl
Sign the Coupon in this earner and til la the
you give. Then attach your moony to this
mail today to the address given on (he Coupon,
Then write a letter to this paper givtog your
contributor and stating your masons why you bollevw*
Woodlow Wilton should be elected President of the UuatedU
States. In this way you will be listed at a Wilsen
bet?r. A Souvenir Receipt, handsomely lithographed, 1
worth framing, will be sent to you. Your letter will help i
fight by encouraging your friends.
Woodrow Wilson Ceunptugn Fanti
Am a eoaaoos la the toateaoawo ie-j?s mt sevorsaseat sssss?
seated is the esssasnsy of WeeeVew wanes tar Pi nil 11 of the
United States, and So the aad tiet he stay take the I tin trea
hsad.il. aatrss?iliii aad stafoakatts sons bat the posses et tbe
itrg. I wish to eaaanbetotkrocsh yon the emu of $.......
of Ose. WQsen 's oasaseeyn.
mmm can Endorsed by
S. C. Buff L*ghorns. hen?first. H.
A. VanXess. Elmont. Va.
S. C Buff Leghorn?, cockerel?first,
H. A. VanXe6s, Klmont, Va.
S. C. Buff Leghorns, pullet?first, H.
A. VanXess. Elmont. Va.
S. C. Buff Leghorns, pens?first H.
A. VanXess. Elmojit. Va.; second, H. A.
Van.Vess. Eimt&X ViL.
Bed Pyle Leghorns, cock?first, Geo j
E. Guvcrnator. . .. I
S. C Black Minorca*, cock?first,
Charles F-. Cross, rffgnland Park. Rich-j
mond; second. J. Wallace Snellings. |
South Richmond; third, Charles F.
cross. Highland Park. Richmond;
< fourth, G. W. Smith. Richmond; fifth.
J. Wallace Snellings. South Richmond, j
S. C. Btack Minorca*, hens?first, J.
Wallace Pneliinga, South Richmond;
third. Charles F Cross. Highland Park,
!Richmond; fourth. G. W. Sm'th. Rich?
I S. C. Black Mlnorcas, cockerels?
'first. J. Wallace Snellings, South Rich?
mond; second. J. Wallaci Snellings.
I Sooth Rlchm nd.
I S. C. Black Minorca*, pallet?first, J.
[Wallace Snellings. South Richmond:
I second. J Wallace Snellings. South
[Richmond: third. G. W. Smith. Rich?
i s. C- Black Mlnorcas. pens?first,
Charles F. Cross. Highland Park,
i Richmond: second. J. W-illaee Snell?
ings. South Richmond; third. J. Wal?
lace Snellings. South Richmond.
Blue andalusians. hen?first, A. P.
Zeller. R. F. D. 5, Richmond.
Blue Adaluslans, hen?first. A. P.
Zeller. R. F. F*. 5, Richmond.
Bine Andalusians, pallet?first. L, Lv
Wehst, r. Barton Heights, Richmond.
jiottied Anconas. cock?first. Mrs J.
H. Chaffln. R. F. D. No 5. Richmond.
Mottled . nconas, hen?first. Miss
Helen McCoy. Gum Springs. Va,; sec?
ond, H'nninghurst Farm, Jefferson.
V?: thirl. Mrs. J. H. Chaffln. R F. D.
Mottled Anconas. pens?first. Ben
ninghurst Farm. Jefferson. Va: second.
[Miss Helen McCoy. Gum Springs. Va;
third. Mrs. J. IT Chaffln. R F. D. (.
[Richmond: fourth. Hennlnghurst Farm,
name I Kawrlkan.
1 S C. White Orptr?srtons. cork?first,
F. S. BulMnaton. Highland Park. Rich?
mond; second. Charles F. Cross. High?
land Park. Richmond: third. Hanover
[Poultry K^rm. Ashland. Vs.; fourth. F.
& B.flirgton. Highland Park. R'ch
imond: fifth. Mt?s Myra White. Black -
I stone. Va.
I K C. White Orntngtens. hen?first.
l F. S. Bulllnaton. U'ahland Park. Rich?
mond, second. J. R- Crewder. Bhsrh
slone. Va.: third. Hanover Poultry
Farm. AsMsnd. Va.; fourth. F. I Bul
Ifeigton. Highland Park. RIchmon'I:
fifth. Hanover Poultry Farm. Ashland.
IS. C WMte ?"?rplnztons. cockerel?first.
iF. S. B?M'ngron, Highland Park. Rich?
mond, second. Charles F Cross. High?
land -rk. Richmond: third. F. S Ru!- !
I'ngtor. H'chland Park. Richmond:
fourth. Mr? I? C Cattett. Gloucester. I
|Va,: fifth. CRM Poultry Tarda. Rlck
s c. white nrninsnons. pnrt?t -first. ]
:''rid? I'ooTtrv Vards. Richmond, ?er
?nd. Mr? L. ?" Oltlett, Gloucester. V?.;
third. F * RriIl!naTt"t?. ITtcriland Par*.
Richmond, fourth. Hanover poultry
Farm. Ashland. Va.; fifth. Prank B'Sl
S. c vVhite rtrn!rgtona. pen?first. F
S Rulltngton. Highland Park, Rteh
roond sec-end. Mrs f. C Catlett.
<;louf ester Va ; third. Mrs. I- C. Cat
I letf. Glooeeeter. Vs.. fourth. Cr'idnt
; Poultry lord*. BIchmond. fifth. Crndut
I Poultry V:ir1?. RVhmond.
j S C. R ?ff nrr.ing?<vnn. pen -Prat.
?f'reeeent Orpington Varde. Highland
Park. R'-hmond; s?e?nd. Crodst poul?
try Tarda. Richmond, third. r*r?id?t
Peultn Yards Richmond; fonrth. R.
I. Harrison. WHIiamaburg, Va : fifth.
ICrrsrent Orpington Tarda. Highland
I R C Tuff Orpingtons, e rfc?first,
Walter r "chaaf. Wcathasssdon. R'.h
R r. P. iff orptngfotii hen?fimt.
i Walter r *r-n*af. Westknisja?,?.?,. Rk-h
I mond second Mrs. M A. Jones. West -
1 hamptor.. Richmond third. Mrs M A
[Jon?? Weethanrs*???! Rlrfcgnoad.
R C. Raff ?*r??nsten*. r>?Un* First.
Walter ?? rVhnnf. Westjunsjfrtegi. RJem
ssered seeond. Mrs. M A. J ?ne?
R r ?uff Oiplragtr?n?. rockerH?%
erst, Walter C tWkea/ W^tnssmnans.
,^tiw>ond secfHsT sirs M A *mm.
We.-t**??rton. Rlcfcnvrnd: third Mre^
ML sv W.'1
News of South Richmond
South Richmond Bureau.
The Times Dispatch.
ICO Bull Street.
Pbone Madison 175.
, Four days without an accident, without a
single report of disorder and with only on*
arrest Is a record which, according to Desk
Sergeant J. A. I.lsecosnb. of the Third Dis?
trict, has never seen surpassed in the entire
period of his' connection with the depart?
ment. In times past, according to Captaia
Llpecorab. as he will always be known, the
Southslde generally reaped a harvest from
the visitors who bad strayed from the I
stralsht path, and the nighta were made |
hideous with the yells of retamlas peisons
wLo had Imbibed too freely at the Fair.
Things this year have been an exception,
and he is not able to account for the change,
aabetatfsoi la tgeedhsed Hasghta.
A substation of tb* Richmond poet-offlr*
will be opened la Woodland Heights next
Tuesday morning The location, which was
the unanimous choice of the Woodland ?
Heights Citiesns* League, u at Weed's store. 1
Twenty-eighth and Seauoes Avenae. K Q. j
Wood. Jr . win be the clerk Is charge. j
Money orders will be issued, packages and j
letters registered, and mall delivered to I
thos? not desiring the service of the sew.
carriers who win start their duties the samel
rased a*r Bosasssilj C is hart.
Charles Hosber. of Chesterfield County, i
charged with being disorderly la Price's res-I
taurant on Hal! Street, was yesterday Sned .
It 50 ead rasas when Mo eeee was called I
before Justice H. A. Bfanrlee In Police j
? 'our:. I "art II. Bosher. sdmitttng that h?j
was latoxlcated at the time, will las If seidj
the ensts o' a broken Showcase, which be}
had fsllsa through.
Wee.ha Pli i i BL
Overcome by an attack of lodlgestloa while j
pacing bis beat. W. A. Clemanons. a special '
aollremaa. appointed for Pair week, yester-1
day siomlng fell at Twelfth aed Hall i
Ktreeta He was picked sp and carried Into!
a di SS?re. where he was green treatment..
H* was I?fr taken to bat home at Bine-!
teenth sad Bafebtldg? Streets He was re- j
ported last sdgM as elsrhfly setter, bat wil!'
I probably he sseVv tb* rare e* his family!
; physician for seme days.
Owes* hi Pnsassirs.
Both ttwts and place for the weekly ses-J
stone of Mos ft let* 1. W. Cseetham'? rsurt'
I have seea ? haagvd. RegUsslag this morning I
1 at :* o'cleeh the eeart will cwes'eee every j
Frldar morales ta MUbys Hall. Hsrsaobern '
The new court-room ts located at the.
?f the Holl Street car line, an? Is at ?1
I forks or three important ceenty reeds.
old cour: to Oak Grove was always
t cessible. and- the chance cam* at the
?estion of attorneys and business
having dealings with the court. 'Squire'
d. Cowan, of Bon Air. will continue
for Magistrate Chestham.
Sells Hall Street Property.
Claude E. Sprenkle yesterday
to l.ou.s Bias;!, according to a deed of
gain and sal* recorded in Hustings
Part II.. his Interest in three parcels of 1
Street property known as (11. ttt and BS |
Street, with a total frontage of sixty
feet sad depth of IB feet. The pries wdh>
placed at SIO and other valuable considerat?
ions, although It is said that the property
probably brought about fit. MS.
Sman Attendance. ? \M .
Because of the small attendance, occiamt
ed by the Fair, the meeting of the Citizens*
League of Woodland Heights last night
Journed without transacting any hosts*
Importance. The next meeting will be
In two weeka
Burial off Mrs. Weed.
The funeral of Mrs. R A. Wood, who
Tuesday morning at he_r home la Ca
Held County, near Soeth*Richmond. was
yesterday afternoon at I ttt o'clock from
Lane Church. The interment was in
Mr aed Mrs. Charles Rennle bav*
from their wedding tour, and are new asj
home te their friends.
L> C Fulton, of Cnvinfton. Ky., Is
his sister. Mr*. S. T. Jacoba
Charte? r. .% swell,
r Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Salisbury. N. C. October it.?
lowing a stroke of paralysis t
a week ago. Charles F. Atwell.
the oldest citizens of Salisbury,
at his t ome here last night. He
seventy years o*d. was i
Confederate- soldier, a member ef O
panr F. Thirty-third Regiment
Carolina Troops, and won dsn"
in the Civil War. and at bis death
a merchant. H? is survived fcy a
and several children, besides
Sold under the uittwiriiiWd guarantee of afffiaAacfasaa?
or mmmmy bach.57 X lb. Sc-X lb. 10c.?1 lb. 20c
None brttcr mad* at any pnc*.
AB gm**? tMM Hi ??r?HB e?? * for yw*.
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