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103 East Broad Street.
Oldest Music House in Virginia and North Carolina.
AT BEDFORD FAIR
More Than 7,000 Visit Grounds '
During Day and Evening. j
Glass Makes Speech.
[Special to The Tirr.es-rMspatch. ]
Bedtoru City, Va., October 26.?The'
third and last day of tne Bedford fair
was a succ. ?s far t ??> o::.i the hopes
of its promoters. There is general
tongratuiatioii? ?:<i eetlsfnotion fro?
the people of the entire co-t.ty. it ,
t\as Children's D&y, and tiie weather
?M I fine, I I
At 10 o'clock this roornimr Hon. ;
Carter Class CongTOSsinnn for the ;
eolith District, audressed the people in:
the open air from an automobile on
agricultural subjeete, dwelling In par
tlctilar on farm demonstration work
and the flaja ivsulis thai axe gained
trim sMMBhlBsBg" srtisittni knowledge
wan practical work, lio received the
elswSM ?ttfllog of the treat crowd
throughout In? address. But ihe great
? vent of tlit- day wa.? the parade o'.'
school children, led by the Bedford
hand in uuUorni. the oftt-er? of ike
eeasreatWis end mounted marshals.
There wer? abuul 1.?0U children in
line, each Bcnool being led by the
Uachcrs, arid ail the cnudr? 11 bore
fkadta that waved In the breeze, proving
tiie saosl inspiring and beautiful etr.it
They gave the school yells at Inter?
vals 011 the march and us they battered
the exhibition nail, sang "America," tu
the actor.'.p&nimeiit of the band.
It lw estimated that during the day
and evening there were about 7.0'lu
visitors to tin fair, which will prove
a hnanctal success as well as in ex?
hibits. ? i
Blues' Battalion DrUL
The first battalion dm of the season will
be held at th- Blues' Armory Tuesday night.
The men wll! wear full dress, and the affair
will be foi'owed by dancing. First call will
he at f.'S. assembly at 1:3a, aad adjutant's
all e: * o'clock.
Here is a boot that you
should at least try on. It
stands out even among the
dressy Pall and Winter
UPTOWN MODEL ? mannish,
fetching, comfortable and (pardon the
expressive slang!) "swell." The high
toe permits wearing a small size. The
short fore-part, Cuban heel,high instep
and arch make even that small size look
smaller. It's a shoe that puts appro?
bation into the eyes of hus?
bands and sweethearts.
A value hard to find oat
side of Regal Stores.
We Are Ready to Equip
Your House For the
With wwythir.g ???-!(?'! in Furnif:ire. Floor Coverings
Bedding ,rH Healers. In M; h .i.r- we M ;i and guarantee
the Alert. Rii.'-m-nd Royal ! Novelty \\, . R
Cole's Oririin.il Klast Healers, Wood Heater*., Oil
Heaters and Cas Heaters, and j>.it ui> .ill h?.it.r<- without
Sellers' Kltchca Cabinets New Process <,a*
JONES BROS. & CO., Inc.
14l>-142t Fast Main Street.
IMS Hull Street.
?Ol AM, '\^+^+?S\JL^ cr+~s &Ce^x.
Colonel Roosevelt and National
Committee Are for Election
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Wise. Vs., October 26.?L J. Beverly,
.sheriff of Wise County and a hig'aly
respected fsH?n to-day made public
' the following correspondence.
??Wise. Vs., October IT, 1?12.
! To Colonel Theodors Roosevelt.. Cbl
i cago. 111.:
My Dear 6ir,?I was elected high
j sheriff of this county on the Progres?
sive Republican ticket In the election
of 1911. Wise County was the leading
county of the Progressive movement*
In Virginia. This county is one of Uie
count>s thav compose the Ninth Vir?
ginia District. This district lias been
represented in Congress by Hon. C
Uascont Slemp> for several terms. Mr.
Sleiup is a candidate for re-election
this fall. He Is .State chairman of the
Republican party in Virginia. tie
called the convention that elected del?
egates to the Chicago convention early
last spring, ere the snow had gone,
lie was a delegate-at-large and the real
boss of the Virginia delegation to the
Chicago convention which nominated
Mr. T i.'i, and this delegation was really
a packed affair, as you know, you hav?
ing contested the delegation. It we
had a fair deal I believe the Virginia'
delegation would have been for you.
Hon. Walter Graham, of Graham. Va?
ts a candidate for Congress in this d-s
[ trict on the Progressive ticket.
"Many of your followers are not
supporting blfla, but are supporting Mr.
Slcmp. and Mr. Slemp and some of these
are saying; he is as good a Progressive
as you arc. notwithstanding he is for
Mr. Taft. They say you do not indorse .
Mr. Graham's camildacy, but indorse
Mr. Slemp's. Mr. Graham was a del?
egate to the ."invention which noml
nated > ou for President on the Progre*- !
slve ticket. While 1 am not Intimately :
acquainted with Mr. Graham. I under- ,
stand that he 'is an honorable, up-;
right gentleman, and is a Progressive.
He is making a campaisn of the dis- :
trict. In view of tbeae facts. I want'
to ask you to wire me fu,iy at once, !
and also writs me which you Indorse.
Mr. Graham or Mr. SI cm p. K egret ting
deeply your teceiit wounding and as?
suring yon of my admiration, I urn,
(Signed; T J. BEVERDY."
"New York, October 19. 1?12.
"To Mr. I J. Baverty, Wine. Va.:
"My Dear Sir,?Yoilrs or October
17 th addressed to Colonel Roosevelt
and forwarded to me has Just been re?
ceived. As Colonel Roosevelt Is now !
confined la a hospital In Chicago, it is |
Impossible far him to answer corre- j
spongers**, Surely there must be some J
mlsunderstarding ITT the Ninth Vir- I
ginia District. U any one is resting'
under the misapprehension t?at Col- '
oael Roosevelt and the national Pro?
gressive party are backing any cand?
idate on either the Republican or Dem?
"Colonel Iioosevelt and the national
committee are for the election of our(
own candidates for Congress on the.
Progressiv.- ticket in every list in th?i
I nlled States. C donel Kuo-evclt andl
the national -.on. :t;arc for the'
election of Hon. Walter Graham, our
congressional saadldaas in the Ninths
Virginia District, and are opposed to
the election of Mr. Slemp, the Kepub- |
llcan nominee as well as the Democia-i
tic nominee for Congress In the Ninth
District. Mr Slemp was a delegate to
the Chicago convention in June, and
voted ?steinst the nomination of Col?
or el Ro'-sevelt, and foe the nomination'
cf Mr. Taft. He was or.e of the most'
active opponents of Colonel Roosevelt
at the Chicago convention. He la not
entitled to any support of the friends(
of Colonel Roosevelt, or the Progres?
sive cause in the present campaign. I
trust yvu will give fill publicity to this
statement. Your* very truly." (Signed)
Joseph M. Diaon. chairman national
Cnnrert at ?oHlees' Howie.
K???-: ? Mi::i--:pe: Baad wt:: *lv? a
re-.r.r" ?? 1" <>mp Soieiers Hosr.e tMs
?'??n?-r. :r< -n i ?? 1 e'c.ock Msnag-r
K-ssaich Its a?erred an attractive pro?
gram, v^ich lnc utfes many eg aad many
? a' ns.
I lnfcert?n> hi BlehnsB
P! k.1 KM -.a: BwassSSv* Agency has
-? 1 ??-?-?!-; TVet la tb? N*M-*isl
)i-t of ." e'"'? B.tllag snS a.'f-r tan
sary '? seeswf 11 -es reetao *a the *.fth
af ?i? T.-,.e pt*pstch Burling which
?-.-g r n.?.','i'l
J^e Hat*'- " ? 4 ??? arrefteg -
pari I east oe the -aarge ef
?arrjia? ? s*-i'?4 wesaoa. a revolves.
rtr* ?? aaaaoeia ongta .eat sight abwot
- ?-.rfe? arstr -4 a bureau and tranrei h>
? . ? r ? " t J V? tletet. ;sg West
< irr street- Iba Oa-naae waa aaabaassd as
shwat ?i a *?-????: eiana wee tsrwd *a
frei? ? ? *? **" ?PS?-?'je wh'et. r??poe4
e4. ts rh*r*. - ' ?'? -- ?? .tt.- <J:ffV
- ..:'- r-tse:-# the Sanrea
a-? s'?. ????.->. koaaj j-aw ?* ?>? er*
- i 's'ci-d
:?>.%? ? r v rv.? ?sr.-. - .. th? retew
U * P 'r -? '- ' TV Rl'hTSSad
ic'kf-7 roes* Baesaabat
' :-i-g*v? B Atkina t* he *ee
C??-t: '"??fTH.r* ? H A: ?n te h? 8?r
r ?-? ;.*?-? <;*-r.- ? %~.?s ? s ??tine. Je
jt * i K*tt W Paso. SB bo
. .-; en*
rmpmt sl bs Tb? 7 - . ? PtBOa^aaJ
T.vri' r ?? r? ta ? ?r??>r^r M?Mr*
Marcs ret ' Ma-* ? A'.w of ProfeO
anr r-barle. Wart I a 1I?4 at 1*2?.
fi-lek '<? n r'' \' the *.*n?e ml %mr ,
?et. M>Vw Ota a*., w Martin, aferfe of!
t n:fe<t "at.. I? ..tri t ''oort ?<??!
OeS the o> s- e- ' tf.ff i. Wat
h'res. .f V.- ?> '?.M r-n-.tsty .
1-avs l.r.. - .. Ma :r Wtaaley '
Martin ir I Ml., .'.-d'a Hethetoy Mar-(
?In lev-.- '.?.??ra and ?g'Uilstjr? Vs*saO'*|
Mai-la. l a.te^ ye**'* a*wwCr rserk all
lto?n*k* Tr ml w u take I
iHitlsl a' Hemeler, ailie*
LOCAL TO HAVANA
I Washington Hopes That Inter
I vention in Cuba Will Not
I Be Necessary.
TROOPS HELD IN READINESS
This Country Now Is "Parent"
to Republics of South an j
I [Special to The Times-Dispatch. ]
! Washington. October 2?.?Informa?
tion tc-nigtu that the neweei jisordar
in Cuud |g local to Havana 1> a the
State Department to hope thai luSTS
would be no necessity of ajiotlicr in?
tervention In ll.e ib..aid. Hepoitb in?
dicate that the pre-election riots in fdaS
capital may not spread. In which cage
the Cuban government will bo left 10
handle alfairs itself.
If 1'resident Gomez aeka for assist
ance, however, he will get it leglilrt
lately. Jf be does not make euch a
request and disorders spread to tiva
point where ofliclals here think the
revolt is beyond his control. American
troops will be dispatched to take
things in hand. Although the admin?
istration purposely insists no prepara?
tions are being made for possible in?
tervention. It is known ttat practical?
ly no preparations would be necessao
to rush several hundred regular sol?
diers to the island. Thirty-six hours
distant from Havana are 750 marine.--,
at San Domingo, who are also avail?
Cncle Sana as Guardian.
Washington. October 2?.?Again fac?
ing the possibility of armed interven?
tion In Cuba. Cncle Sam to-night f )und
himself practically assuming ap rotec
t%rate over a territory in Central and
South America which Is half as large
as all Kurope. Dollar diplomacy and
the Monroe Doctrine combined have
forced the United States into the posi?
tion of being a real, practical parent
to thirteen republics.
How strong American dominance 1"
was indicated in disiwtches to-night
that the Conservative party in Nica?
ragua has nominated Aikilto Diaz 'or
President. American marine? have been
"'cleaning out" Nicaragua. Keports say
there will he no other candidates for
the presldentcy. mainly, it is assumed,
because Diaz is persona grata to the
Other dispatches from San Domingo
tild that President Victoria has agr;-eiy
to retire. W. T. S. Doyle, the State
Department agent now In that country,
announced that 750 American marines
will remain at San Domingo City
"until the affairs of the Nlana republic
are satisfactorily adjusted."
In Washington this afternoon the
file Gadder Is I
On the Job
Travelers Don't pear ?tranae IHafeea-.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets Reeble
A Bot of gfaarre Dyspepsia Tablets Is
Tew Beet Travellan; roeapeale*.
"Railroads tell you about the won?
ders of NAture along the'.- Hres. hotels
describe their modern accominodatlons;
but they never fall to ring in thetr
'cu'elne unexcelled* The wls? trav?
eler knows he is tak'.ng 'pot' luck when
he leaves home, hence a box of Stuart's
Dyspepsia Tablets Is quite as essen?
tial as many of the other traveling
Thus eommented a phlloeotrlyioal
trave'ire mar., speaking of hotel life,
rewrauranta. grille and Junction lnncti
counters. "The agitations In this
werld." he oonttrued. "are the result
of one set of men trying to compel
"he oth?r set to think and act against
>he!r own inclinations It is the same
in religion. pol lt.!.-* ar4 eats. I have
learned from experience to eat what
They nerve: to forge* the fond exports
re^d the current news and jo**S and
leave the stomseti to the bent expert
lr. the world?Stuart's Dyspepsia Tab
Herd ?*?-jarr? r*veneps:a T-ahTets ne
r-isily in the work ae*'gn?d thern. They
-? :>ve week and overburdened ntom
?-'?.s of a trreat port'on ->f directive ?e.
-j-'-'lr eo-nporent parts assist thn
K?n'!v. e-;<^? artd eerretlors ?f the
"'iTjitrt. and they simply take up the
-.-'??? a-.d earrv on tVe wo-k yost the
?an-.e aS a rood, strong, healthy storn
teS ereasM d? It
?tuart's Tyreretv?*? TsMots are for
?ale hr ?II drnsir!?tn at SO osstt* a
??ox and they are rtie one article thevt
? ie druergrsft *nes not trv ?/> sell no-ne
Thine 'n the r"s ? of ths^'e "5uet as
x-x^l Trto!r unooaT'fTed mee*: and
?i"^" aid the uMvoreel demand for
:h'-e n!?e-d therr- WTr.'e, the reach,
e* everv nr? . vdverttne-nert )
Hand Made $15.00 Sait*
OM Dsgtaei FW Cs.
Floors UsM. Scraped aasl Finished
*sr?' ulints on refinishing -A<\ t>nx?.
O. W. ALEXANDER. Manager.
*!? West Mad* Street.
Broad Rock ?thia
Am sisfji naly bottled and veaied
?t ttat sprlsng and deKvored inl
THE GLOBE CLOTHING COMPANY
If every parent knew how economical it is la
l>uy suit?. of good quality we would do all the
clothing business of the town. We are going to
i out um.illy harp on the quality idea until we
?at you to come in and see these snappy, par?
ticularly stvli-h garments we sell for a reason?
able sum of money.
Sizes, ft to t8 years. Made of splendid mate?
rials by skilled tailors who make a specialty of
boys' garments. Materials are strictly all wool,
pants lined. Norfolk or double-breasted styles;
colors, brown, tan and blur; sizes 6 to IS years.
Other grades of Bays' Suits may be bad as low
as $2.98, $3.50, $6.00 up to $12.t*.
$10 and $15 $25
A wide range?a suit for every man. For instance, Scotches, Cheviots, Worsteds,
Velours, in neat and dark effects, new striped patterns and broad wale effects. The
colors are brown, gray, Oxford, blue mixtures and every other desirable shade.
OUR DOUBLE GUARANTEE insures your complete satisfaction. If for any reason
any purchase fails to please, bring it back at once and we will cheerfully esrxhange the i-'xxls
or refund your money, whichever you prefer. All clothing bought here is pressed and kept in
good repair for one year free of charge.
fc6I3-eisVei7. J. Ja JEAST BROAD STREET. jL-ljNC.
f American receiver of Dominican cus
I torns held a long conference with ofll
I cials. _
Although Uncle Sam has"not >'et tak?
en a haud in ilie Mexican revolution,
and it is the administration's an?
nounced polio not to intervene as long
a? President Madcro has the upper
hand, there are four Amerioan naval
vessels?two on each coast?watching
developments. Xhe State Department
I was unofficially gr-uVied at the quick
! suppression of the Dlaa revolt. be~
' cause that uprising threatened big
I commercial interests owned by Amer?
icans. The a/dministration is also anx?
ious that Hadern guldtly put down the
scattering taeiTills bands fh Mexico,
which are busily engaged in tearing
up rail-roads In which Americans
are interested During Orozcos re?
bellion, the American government
made no secret of aid rendered Madero
against the rebels.
There are nine otiiajr republics to
the South whose affairs are now
strictly Bader influence from Wash?
ington?liaytl. Guatemala. Salvador,
Honduras. Costa Kica. i'anaroa? Vene?
zuela. Colombia and Ueuador. In sev?
eral Americans are administering the
It Will Be observed la 00,000 rhnrehea
Throughout < onolrj.
New York, October zS.?Sixty thou?
sand churches :a the United States
are expected to observe to-morrow as
Tuberculosis Day. Organizations
which are fighting the tuberculosis
plague selected this particular day as
one on which especial efforts should
be made to arouse n>o.t>llc Interest In
the prevention of the disease. Promi?
nent clergymen in nearly every large
city of the country have agreed to
bring to the attention of their oon
l-'ereesisti Vlraiala aad -North. Care
: llaa?Fair "hsssy mm* Messen UtOe
chance ia tease* ratere.
>P*cl?i Lewal Data fer Teetardar.
[11 noon temperature . S3
i p. M. temperature . ti
Aiaimurn temperature up to I
; PM. M
iM.iiiifium temperature up to t
i P. M .?. 44
'Mean temperature . is
? Normal temperature . M
lilxcess in temperature since March
; 1 . u
? A<cum. deficiency In temperature
I since January 1 . 413
;i>?> in rainfall since March
(Accum deficiency la rainfall since
Jsnusry 1 .?-.4.74
8<e*al ueeei rettest ? P. ?. Tseen day.
Temperature . 84
.Wind?velocity ................... 8
; W eatber.Clear
JrnwDtTiox* IX i.wi?oirTA.TT cm Kg.
I (At 8 r. M. Kgrtern Standard Time.f
I PI?, e. Ther. M. T. U. T. Weather
Ashevllle ._ '-* 42 42 Clear
! Atlanta . ?2 ;o 48 Clear
lAtlaisilc City . it CS 48 Clear
P<-ston . 84 ?54 8? Clear
' Buffalo . 48 ?1 42 Clear
Calgary . 4? ?4 S? P. rlcody
'Charlesten ... ?2 7? ?8 Clear
jchicaja? . 88 *? ?* Clear
|l>enver . ?4 74 44 Cie*r
iwiluth . *? ?4 44 C'< jdy
? .??vests* _?9 7S ?2 Clear
i, altera? . 54 ?4 (4 Clear
Havre . ?2 42 3? P e.nudjy
..? >-or.vi> . 48 7 ? 48 Clear
Kansas City .. 4? 74 84 Clear
l.cnavllle . . . T-s 4? 44 M..?r
Vfr'sromerv .4? 72 84 Clear
N?w Orleane 4? 74 Our
tv. w yorn _ ?4 42 4? Clear
\..rf..la . 44 44 ."0 Cleat
Oklahoma ... 4* "74 C'ear
llttsrmrark ... 4? 84 *? Clear
Rai' lg? . 44 4? 6" Ciear
ht t>nl?.?4 ?8 4* Oear
i>'t l*aul . 44 ?4 ?4 flenr
f?n Krar.clseo ..4 1 < P-, i>
..vannah - 48 7: S4 Clear
.Uoksne . *? ???5 40 Clear
'Tampa . _ 7S ;4 4; '1-ar
IWssMntnon . 84 ?? 42 O-nr
Wtnrisa>8T .. t? ?4 2* Clear
WrthevTlln 4* ?" 'lear
srixitn nr. u.4*t8r.
~ (vi..?,- ff, IM]
ES ?et?.81? Kvsjltjss;
. gregatlons the question of prevention j
of consumption and to suggest wavs i
! and meana by which church-goers may .
' co-operate In the national campaign ,
i against this scourge.
In this year's observance of the day
It Is planned that emphasis be laid |
'upon the growing evil of the us* of
1 Alleged fraud?l< nt remedies for the ?
j cure of tuberculosis.
The Tuberculosis Day campaign.
: which la the third national movement'
? of this character, has the Indorsement :'
I of many men In public life and lead- j
I Ing churchmen of practically every de- ]
: nomination. j
SLAYS HIS CHILDREN <
Inaaae rwrarr Thea Blows Oat HI*
"Ppectel to The T-!rnes-Dltrpatoh 1
Paonia, OoL. October 2?.?C G Oos.
a firmer. ?.rcd forty-two > can. be?
came insane this sawllllig and after
killing hi* daughter, asn <l rix. and :i
bo> of fuar yea:.- and a l,?.bc fourteen
months old. Mew out his own l>rait:?.
The children were e\-.%-ritl> shot with?
out warning. <?> ?? i ? ? had sorn- play?
thing <-!ut--hed is a iia-id when the
mother returned and f>u'i<i the famil;.
dead. She fell In a faint, and is no*
Morl? Promoter Release*.
iSpoclai to The Times Dispatch.] ?
New York. October 26.?George Gra?
ham Rice, of Nevada wildcat stock
promoter, was released from Black
well's Island to-day. after spending *
year there. He was convicted of be?
ing the rn->v!t:K epirit In the B. K
Scheflel Co'npsny. raided two year*
ago by the government for using the
mails to defraud
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New models in Long Coats for street, evening and
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