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Wltren-Y ear-Old Petersburg Lad
Accidentally Run Down
tRINCE GEORGE SCHOOL FAIR
'J.V11! Be Held in New High
School Braiding t'ii
* Boll.ngbrook Street.
Tili ah am 14??.
? Peter'eura;. V?., October !#.
tittle Johnnie Kirks, the eleven-year
vld evr. rtf CWl Kirks. *f Pearl
?treav wfn? was n- nsaOata.lly' strueh and
ttjured last night \,y an automobile
I riven Uy Pr. F. K. Haina, la Rettins
? ions ? umforta'jly In tlis Petersburg
iof>!:?; to-day, and his condition la
ffiivorab!*. though ],!? Injuries are very
?nrlous. Involving, It la stated, a slight
fracture >f the skull. The accident
v as unavoidable. The little boy at
t-iiapted to rue cross tha street linrca?
d:ate'\ in front of the machine. j
Prlaee George School Fair.
The event of the fall in Prince Oeorge
svilj be the rtOTinfj school fair, to be
he'd in the new high school buildings
at the courthouse on November 15.
The .air premises to he the best of Its 1
hind ever held In the State. The new j
??cbool building Is Itself a monument I
to the enterprise of the people of the j
eounty and all are working for the,
?uccess of the fair, the object of which :
J? to interest the children, boys and ,
girl*, along the lines of general edu-*
ration, each In their separate depart
. xnenta, to make them better citizens.
SpeciradB of all work done by girls
and boys will be exhibited, and there i
will be school parades, athletic events. |
etc.. and addresses by several good
Colored F.lk* Elect.
Royal Lodge. No 77. of colored K!ks
: Of this city, last night elected the
\followinr offlcers: Exalted ruler. Leo
,J\ Holloway. esteemed leading knight.
'William Fatterson; esteemed loyal
(?night, David White; esteemed lec
? ?nrlng knight, Lee A. Harris; record- j
!ng secretary. John T. Chlssell; flnan- |
teial secretary. Dr. W. A. Powder; '
! treasurer. W. H. Hill: esquire. Willlarh I
,J. Edwards; chapluin. Rev. Beverly
IBolllng; inner guard, John Butler, or
.g-tnisu Albert Avant; trustees, Allen
,ilarsha!l, C T. Myers. J. W. Robinson.
Compliment to Petersburger.
James B. Blanks, of this city, who
*as re-e'ected grand secretary of the
Koyal Arch Masons of Virginia at the
reCent session of the grand lodge m !
Hiohmond. enters on his eighteenth i
consecutive year of service in tl.at po- j
sition. Mr. Blanke has been an active j
Mason for over half a c*>ntury and j
has always stood high In the councils j
of the order. Mr. Blanks was also
re el sated grand recorder erf the Orand I
Comrr.andery of Knights Templars of I
The Doctor's Answers on
Health and Beauty Questions
By DR. LEWIS BAKER.
I'lie "que?tiorrs answered Mow are general in charac?
ter; the symptoms or diseases are given and the answers
a ill apply to any case of similar nature.
Those wishing further advice, free, mav address Dr.
I. wis Baker. College Ndf ? ?oHege-KllwoixJ Sts., Day
ion, Ohio, enclosing self-addressed stamped envelope for
reply. Full name and address must !*? given, but only
initials or fictitious name will In- used in mv answers.
The presiriprioiis can be hllen! at any well-stocked drug
store. A*) drtin^i-t can order .,1 wholesaler.
"?M a s o n" WH Ites:
"For years 1 have
been taking medi?
cine to aajra asasej
patton. liver trouble
ai.U the Uf??' dls
| cases ?hat 'omt 'rum that source Hta>l
achrs. saline skin. kidney trouble, dark
spots be'ore SSI eyea. dizzy spells and
twinges of rheumatism are getting worse. '
Answer: Take three grain eulpberb tab?
lets ?not aulphur?. They are packed In
sealed lUbea wtih directions and are 0011
veri-nt. effective and hl^vl'ir earalivi tar
such ajjaajaota as arise fr.iei chronic oonstl
' pation. If you art d.vsp-pilc. als? take tab
j lata trlepeptlae.
j "MRU A. D." -Incontinence of urine ran
' ba cured by using the following: Tlm ture
I ubebs 1 dram; tincture rhua arooiatlc !
; drama and comp fluid balmwortt 1 oa. 'Jive
; from 10 tu H drops In water one hour be
| 'vro mcala
"OMA W." writes: ? I have suffered with
i catarrh of tha bead for many yeara. Thla
l has btiwmi so bad that It has affected my
j blood, aleo my itomacli and lowela to a
ran (rest extent. I shall appreciate an Im
i mediate answer, a* J aoffer greatly."
I Answer: I would advise you to purchase
I a - oz. package of Waas powder, take
; one-half tea*poon:ul of the powder and add
I to thla a pint of wann water, snuff the!
, water from the palm of the hand through I
; the noatriSe BSVaraJ tlmea a day. Make a
catarrh ba'.m by mixing one teaapoonful of
I powder with on? ounce of vaseline, or lard
[ ?111 do. and apply as far up the nostrils aa
possible. Kor the stomach, bowlea and blood
1 would recommend the following tonic:
Syrup sarsaparllla comp. 4 ozs.. comp, fluid
ba'mwor! 1 oz.. and 1 oz. of tlold ext
buchu. Mix by Phaklnr well In a battle and
take one lassassafal after each meal and
I At bed time
1 ?Gloria" writes: I would ilke you to pre-j
I ecribe s good hair and scalp treatment. 11
jam bothered with Itching .<-.,., and dandruff, i
M> hair is faded and failing and none of)
I the remedlea I have tried have done any I
permanent good " j
Answer: Go to your druggist and obtain
a ? oa ;ar of plain yellow Mlnyol. Apply aa
p?i directions. This treatment differs from '
a:i and I have actually seen the astonishing
transformations which result from its u?e.
Tiie dandruff and Ifhlng are cured with two
or three applications, while it makes the.
hair glossy, wavy and fall of intense natural l
? ? ?
"Myrtle" wrltea: "Owing to Bay extreme!
thinness I am frequently embarrassed by
Slighting r. marks of young people. Can'
you prescribe a safe remedy to lnc.ease my
Answer: I have so many gratifying rs-j
ports from the u?ers of three grain Hypo
.N'uciane tableta. that I have become to re- ?
>tard these valuable Ittels tab.eg as a ape-!
'ifl'- and prescribe them to all who are
aenemie. thin, wasting, nervous and debll
Itated. I recommend that you begin their
use at once and eontlnue regularly nn?ll
>our xyntcn: I? able to n*?lmtlatr the fat'y
? I. menta "? res* food, then you wll! grow
plump and > ..< - plenty ..? n il Meed, with
??"lur In your complexion an.! bright, sperk
' iing rju? uf ?riflfci
: 'fl.-k M ?I ?? writes: -I have be. n affect
? I lur some month* wlili rheumatlum and
aar? taken mm Ii im*/1 I Ine In vain. I' . is.
' gl?? prescription it>(ii ?Hl eure."
Answer. Th? moat efficient ^resTlr-tlen I
have ever gion for rheumatism Is: I'.dtde
of seesasalBSS I drams, aodlum saMeylate. 4
?Iran.a; wine of col.-hleum. ?tie-ha'f aunce;
?''?top. essence cardio! 1 os ; .-.imp. Huld
I.a mwort. 1 us . and ayrup aaraaparilla comp.
' <>sa. Mix and bk- a tsaapownfui at meat
11 in* and at liedllma.
"r'armwlfe" writes: "Tsu once rtoom
aseaasad a h"me-made cough ayrup. 1 tried
1: and round It the beat cough and cold
syrup thai I avar heard of. It was so prompt
la relieving tne aaveroat coughs and col.la
an.l a pint bot::? made at home iaated ao
laaaj that T have .t:eu th* ingredients. |
Kindly publish again." ;
\nswer: The splendid laxative, home-made
cough ayrup la mart., by- mtstng a ol
bottle of concentrated essence metitho-lax
eue with a home-made sugar syrup. Direc?
tions on the bottle teil? how to make ugtJ
use It It a flue, cheap remedy. j
?Johnson" writes: "*T am bothered great-'
ly with Indigestion. Things I like to eat
nearly always cause a heavy lll-at-easa feel-,
Ing In my stomach, and my breath is bad, j
while I am nervous. Irrltabia and frequently i
cannot sleep." I
Answer: A very axcellent treatment which
is widely prescribed for Its gradual curative
action, as wr'.I as rhe Instant relief it af
feeds, is tablets triopeptine. packed la seal- !
? ii cartons. Take a pink tablet after break- j
fast, white tablet after dinner and blua
tsb'et after supper. Continue and the cr-rs
tt*l? agencies will soon restore natura: df-]
a a a
"Mrs. M. C." writes: T am eseovertns;
from a long illness, but am very weak, nerv
etas, aleepiesa and have little appetite. Can
yni. gjvc jpo a good tonlo restorative treat- j
Ar.awer: Hart the following preeoiiptloa i
III led and take a teaspoonful before meals:
syrUp 0f hypephosphites comp. I oss.. tlne
rur j cardomene comp 1 os. (not cardamom
Mix snd shake well before using. This la a
tine nerv? tonic and system tonic for old and
"M T> CL"" writes: "I have always been
afraid to try to reduce my weight, but If you
srttl publish a safe, harmless but effective
medicine. 1 trill begin at once, as I am get- ,
ting too stout for comfort."
Answer: Obtain separately to an-old sub
st'tutes. T ox of g'.yco! arbolen? and 6 oss.
?: aromatlo elixir. Mix. ?hake well and for
three days take a teaspoonful after each!
meal; thereafter take two teaspoonfula. ?
Continue a sufficient time to properly reduce
Virginia for the eighteenth consecutive
General Xrwi ."Votes.
A mission will be begun at St. Jo?
seph's Catholic Church to-morrow by
the Rev Fathers Turner and Jones
Redemptlonist priests, to be conducted
throughout the week.
The evangelistic services held dur?
ing the past week or motre In the Grove
j Avenue Baptist Church have been
j brought to a close. Much Interest Was
; aroused and much good was done. j
I Richard Johnson, a worthy colored
man. employed at the plant of the
I British-American Tobacco Company.
died suddenly yesterday at his home
I on St. Mark Street. He was on bis
I way to the factory when ?trlcken.
James If. Bailey. State deputy of tbe
Knights of Columbus, has returned
from a very satisfactory official visit
j paid to Staunton council of the order.
Mrs. Robert W Price Teft to-day
for Norfolk to attend the Btatw Conveh
tlon of the King's Daughters, of
J which she Is treasurer, which meets
Music Is Doubly Enjoyable In The Winter
Because tou spend more of your time indoors. Now Is the time to make home pleasant and attractive
to every member of the family. One of these charming instruments will do It and insure you many happy
hours of pleasure and entertainment. Better come in and let us demonstrate them for you and tell
you about our easy terms of payment.
Do You Realize That With One of These
yon fair play the most difficult selection? of the day with all the skill and capres
sion of a trained musician? The implicity of operation of the player attach?
ment (built within the case) is so eaey to understand that the smallest member
of your family can master it without a single lesson. When desired the Player
Piano ran be played entirely by hand, the same as an ordinary piano, thus gre
:ng you practically two instruments in one. Our line is of unusual excellence,
manufactured and guaranteed by the foremost piano makers in the country.
Many Excellent Values in Slightly Used Instruments at
Attractive Terms of Ownership
Let Us Send You One of These
X, Price $75.00
and JSJM -r I I ? b? hlbvi with alsnnere, for y~n r^ti nr y
year own borae, ir. a romfon *bW? rbair before the plowing firr and hear
?An AH-Star N .ubv.iW Show.
?A Rj'nt-f .,-k Minstrel Pcfo manre
?Selarti at frees I ?nnu? Or??*..
- A DtJ&gistfol ? osatt Opera.
? Ii V..- t r^-s-'j r/>~^?.4..
-A rr th? fr.-er-?-.?? r-V?~-j??-? -r. rne woelej
lr fact. fSe-' .?^,-. (r. *..-r~^ rr<w?J *f evses- mem
b?-r of th' ' r ? ?? ? ? .< -,>.,? irr ' - *!l the '.Tf
PRU 1 s f is to trn
Sold on itf . ?.fVI; or month!-, patmentv as r^rferroo
? of Victor K<- or?fs snd < ew>rir?
For All Your Musical Needs Consult
The Crafts Piano Co.
IH Fee* Broad Street. R> hrrroevl. V,
?I %j* aaasws ?f?wrt. Per.i sl?a>t. Ve.
Colonel Roosevelt Tired When
Jie Goes to Bed Soon
WILL CELEBRATE TO DAI
lhis is His I-ifty-Fourth Birth?
day, and There II ill Lie
I4>p?-clal la The Times-Dispatch. 1
Oyster Bay, octt-ber -Tired, but
liappy at the thiiuaiii that he had done
a good day's work. <-..ioiiel Hums-:veil
wont tu bed shortly after diuuei' to?
night tbat lie uilgl-i - e In line fettle
??'!? the celebration ?? Iiis flfty-fwurtli
Just before retiring he greeted bis
sun Qucntlu. who returned home from.
Groton tw attend tue event. Three
n .embers of the family will we absent
tu-merruw. Archie, who is detained at
Andover Academy on account wf ex- _
aminutloiiS. Mrs. Allco Roosevelt Long- ;
worth, and Keriuil I'.uoseveU, who is
The birjliday parly, with dinner at
I P. M . will be a quiet family affair
Many presents, letters und telegrams
of congratulations have been received
by Roosevelt, but the best part of
all. in hie opinion. was permission
from the doctors to take the second of
his walks since be returned home. He
will not attend church.
John F. McGrath. the Colonel's sec
retary, showed him a telegram of
sympathy from Dun M. Dickinson, of
Detroit, former Postmaster-General
under President Cleveland, this after?
noon. Roosevelt dictated the follow?
ing telegram In reply:
"Your telegram has Just been brought
to my attention In the enormous mass
of telegrams and letters. Its signifi?
cance was not appreciated and it wat>
answered according to the usual form.
Now that It has been brought to me
personally,, I am not willing to wait
in order to answer by letter, but am
sending you this message by wire:
"I am profoundly moved by your
support. There Is no man In this
country whose action would appeal to
me more then your action a- peals I
value your action particularly .'-.-cause
r am most anxious to make it evident
that ours is a movement genuinely in?
dependent of both the old political
parties, and one which should appeal
to all good citizens a!ik< and to the
former Democrat precisely as to the:
former Republican. With hearty thanks
and good will.
"I am faithfully yours.
The Colonel has practically complet
Sal his Madison Square Garden speech.i
This work took up nearly his whole
morning, and afterwards he went for
the first of his walks, strolling down
to ths tennis courts and back to the
stables, where he stopped to renew ac?
quaintance with his favorite horse,
Mrs. Roosevelt made s pretense of
picking flowers on the lawn while she
kept a watchful eye on the patient. The
Colonel's wound still pains him at
times, and those near htm have ex?
pressed doubt as to his ability to make
his speech at the Garden.
[Special to The Tinies-Dispatch.]
Chariot tes-.il le. Vs., October 26.?A
wedding of considerable Interest was
celebrated at 7 o'clock this evening at
the First Methodist Church, when Miss
Clara Wyndiutrn Mat tin wsia united in
marriage to George Law ton E*les, of
xl. Augustine. Fla,
The eta arena wae decorated with ferns
and potted plants, and the chancej rail
was a bank of green vines euvrmoanud
with many oandlea. The Rev. J. Wiley
Bledsoe. D. IX. performed the cere
' mony. with Dr. Gilby C. Kelly, pastor
of ths ohuroh, assisting. Kirk ) ayaa
presided at the organ. While waiting
for the entrance of the bridal party,
Murray Hunter, of Asbland. sang two
selections sn aria from -Tan r,ha.user,'*
?"Spirit of Love." and -'For Too, Dear
Hesu-L** by Oley Speaka '"Traumoirl" j
wan rendered during the ceremony. I
The bride, who was given away by
her father, was gowned In white duch?
ess satin tnmoned with panels aad
drsvplnga of real lace. Her tulle veil
was caught with Uitee of the valley,
and she carried a shower bouquet of
ltyes of the valley. Her only orna?
ment was a pearl brooch, the gift of
The matron of honor vsi Mrs. W.
Russell Wlnfree. of Lyncntjrg. The
bridesmaids were Miss Nelly C. Payne,
of Hot Springs. M:.?s Kebekab Clark.
1 of Rxrhmond. Strid Miss Xarine Kelly,
of thla city, and Miss Mayo Ma-ssV. of
IsanvHle; Miss Mat-tie Behrendt, of this
city, and hUss V;SVln'a Eates. of at.
i Augustine These entered alternately.
The beat man wan A. Edgar pilgrim.
; of c*t_ Augustine, and the ushers Harris
Nelson and Nelson Harris, sf the L'ni
versity of Virginia; Or. Jamis Lewis
Bihh and Littleton Wood, of Char
iottee-vllle; Edward Hellweg. of Lynoh
I burg, and Howard Hawk.na, of at. Au?
gust l na
The out-of-town g-uests present at
' tV ceremony were Miss Evelyn Dor
1 nin and Woody Dlckerson. Russell
Wlnfree and Henry Campbell all of
Lvnchb-urg; Mra J. Wll?y Bledsoe. of
Grange Mr. and Mrs W F. P- ahody.
of Waehing-tori. D C: Mrs. Fred A.
Her.der'.oh. of St. Aucri-tlne; Mrg O. r>.
' M:ddleton. of Florei.ee .s r . and Mise
Caroline Payne, of Hot Kprlntrs. Va.
i a small reception to out-of-tiwn
' ari-retrts and Intimate friends followed
the <*-ere?T?ony. and later In the erenlng
Mr and Mrs. Estes left for a North? rn
! trip. After JCoverpber 1? they will bo
! at ho-rce at ;?? .*)tath =t. G??,rs:e .'-street.
fat A-ognstlne. 'n their new hrv-nC the
'gift of the srrooen's terrier.
Mr Eases is a son of J W Ert?e. a
I retired hnsirtees man if "tt Aatrustlne.
j p^sa. He is as "'s tan t neehier of the
i First National Bank of **t A-ia* isflne
and a r-enr?r of th" Seassd of ^le-et^rs
of th* inetHutlem. He la an alumnias
: of the t*n1v?TStlty of VtrsVia HHI4H
' and a member ?f the Phi Kappa Marma
The hr-le, w*bo has ltv?d "n *^i?r
V?tterv11> foe the s-reater pet "f h-r
: rife, la s rerqnsj wo-r.sn of many lov
aihle tra-'fs of obarncter she to ?he
onle ita-ietiter of "WiiHawi Tn .rntoa
Martin and Cornelia Janney Mar-tin.
ITIot -t-WF-otm.tr ?I. ar weg ?1st
ritei.i.t win. ?esrr mtitt.
t frSr-HeJ en Tho Timee-T^sr-aW?i. 1
?It- ir.'^n. Va.. Oc!?w.er M -Alexan
H M-Coe Who died this we'k at
F*shet-s-rllta. left Uta estate vaJ-ned at
|3o eae. te ble wife, and then so his
be?w%ee, Ifal M<-Cwe. of FlftgKnrg-h F?
, ?er tb?s> ssat-jra! Hv-a and lb-en it) go
1 to TTnien Thee"oS*!en! r^-wilnery cf the
! sVetl1 seta r^sawytaevaa Chnroh. at Ri?-s?
njm ?Helsa Tssi Tossy.
ItK'-ec-lsl to The Tltnea-Dispaf rh.]
?tanntea. Ortotwr r*. ;n.lg. R
m\ her of the C*rpr.rstlon ' oort, bee
decided tbat there ess be no el-etion
this rear te Mi I he varanee in the of
inie "f roTVe lirdl" ftl-h-dj by the
Tho deei?lie apoiu tbe plane
"-? rhaSaaV la tht?
You Are CordiaBy Invited to
Attend the Formal Opening of
Our New Store
Tuesday, October 29th
AT CORNER OF
SIXTH AND MARSHALL STREETS
Where we shall be better than ever able to serre you with everything to be found '?'
in an up-to-date market.
We shall occupy the entire three floors, and hare spared no expense In fitting f
them throughout with every known modern and sanitary convenience and ap- 3
The entire main floor Is splendidly lighted with a succession of immense
plate glass windows, further enhanced by the interior finish of white tile and
marble. We have installed a complete refrigerating plant, and our massive glass
front cold storage rooms are-marvels of cleanliness and models of sanitary ar?
We want you to come in on our opening day?let us conduct you over the
entire building and snow you why we deserve the name of
Richmond's Handsomest and Best Appointed Market
Special for Opening Week
We shall offer our customers beef from Prize Winning Cattle awarded Blue
Ribbons at the recent State Fair.
A. Eichel & Co.
Sixth and Marshall. Formerly Located Second Market.
News of South Richmond
co-th Richmond Bur-au,
10?! Huli Sirwt.
Phone Madison 17S.
Both sides interested In the Chesterfield
? "o^nty Courthouse removal controversy are
getting; down to hard work. Petitions calling'
upon Judge Robert <}. South ail. or ice
?.btsterneld Circuit Court, to authorize s
special election ar* being circulated. The
signatures of about *O0 freeholders are neces?
sary to the petition before It can be granted.
The opponents of the movement have or?
ganized into a working body. They base
ero.pow.-red their secretary. Dr. Raglans, to
send every voter jn the county a Tetter sal?
ting forth the disadvantages of having tBe
courthouse moved at tola time. Both sldea
Sri ' have workers at Ule po'le on November
6. Those favoring moving base their fight
on the grounds of the lnconvenJ.ea.ee In hav?
ing the courthouse at such a distance from
the railroad. They cite the tact that man?
=tatea, by statute, make a railroad a neces
earv adjunct to a couaty seat. They also
point out the loss, not only In time, but
In extra mileage pa'd by the county to Jur- j
ore and others attending court.
On the other hand, the anMrcwvers cos- I
tend that Chester Is too far east ad the ceo -
tre of population, and that farmer* depend
lr.tr upon teams would be put to a hardship
by the extra six-mile drive. Then, again.
One Cause of Bad
(From Family Physician.)
"Look at a section of skin ander the
microscope and you will readily understand
why cosmetics general y Injure the cora
p'exlon." aajs Dr. H. Robert Maekenxle
"The skin, smooth as It looks to the naked
eye. onder the glass exhibits a .ace-work
of tiny ho'.ea. mouths ?f myriads of little
glands To keep tbe skin healthy these
holes mast be unobstructed, that the per?
spiration and natural oil can have free oat- '
let Phould the glands be blocked up with
Irritating, gritty partl^les. a common result
of using powders and creama Nature re -
ta'lstes by causing sal .owr.es?, roughnesa
btotcree or pimples
"As a substitute for si! eoametle? T reeiym- '
m<nd ordina-y mercollsed wax. It not only
does what the various 'ace preparations are
si^poseel to accomplish, but Its peculiar
a^eorbent action frees the pores from tbe
dally accumu etton of Impurities, also ab-1
sorbtng the devitalised particles of surface
skin. This produces a natural, healthy.'
swadsM complexion. One cmee sf this j
wax. to be had at sny drus store, asuslly!
eofrtees to rejuvenate the poorest complex?
ion. It u> put on nightly like Bsea cream
and washed off mornings."*? Advertisement.
Ws are offering seme special reed
values In Ptsmends. haviag Jus?
I bought a lares lot at a very low
price- there*>re ws ran give row a
?rsrgaln, Call and sea them.
TtfTst niawnWD TffVCItf H*aj*t*a.
J. i JAMS. Itc,
mW/S w.sniff %*sTt> off f it laira.
t9V*V<SB|?twk swVtl WBt^Bi 9asss*SsHsst
ff.rt.iant r. ?nfftTf? ?sm if ".IT.
uttu mufT wutttn
J71,008, which would mean raising the county
?vy if ? linking fund to retire the beads:
Rr*ign*.tlon ta Aervpteel.
Benjamin V\. LaPrade yesterday received
notification that his resignation '.to::, toe
Philippine coastabu.ary, effoctiv. March 1.
Wk% nad been accepted. Mr. LaPrede. whs
Is a graduate of the Virginia Polytechnic
I-j-titute. upon leaving s. r.co'. was com?
missioned as a eecot.d lieutenant. He nerved
for lhr-e years in Province Negroa Orients:.
He resigned to engage in business wit a his
brother. W. W. Laprad*. county serveyor o'
Mr. LaPrade has bean famished wlrh s
copy of a letter from his commanding offi?
cer. Colonel I. O Harbord. to the director
of elvi ser-.ice. In which It la stated that bis
services have been continuous, faithful and
satisfactory, and that a poeslb'e future ip.
plication for reinstatement as an off: :? r
would be favoraut*. coaa:a>r*d seoa'S a suit
obie vacancy exjgn,
Board Meets To Morrow.
The regular momn.y meeting of the. Che?
teru-ld Board of *-upervi?ors win be beid
tc-roorro? uiornlng at Chesier3?.d Cour:
house Much uaflnlrh" d business is on n?
Wii.is C. Pul?lam. Tor tbe Virginia Kali- '
way and Power Company, wll! eg* In try ta
have the board pass on nis company's ap
p i'atlon for perml-aiao to extend tsa Holt
Street line from the present terminus to the
Broad Hoc* Road. This matter has been
banging Are for nearly three month*.
No fepeaacr tar Meeting.
The South Ricnmond Democratic Cub has j
so: as yet boen LOiirjed by tbe City Cantraa
Committee that Its application for a apeaker
|St the Democratic mass-meeting, which is j
to be held next Saturday n:gftt at the court?
house, baa been passed The ciub asked
that either Carter Glass or A j. Montague
be assigned w spaa* r?s eaeetina win ???
held in tha courthouse, and will be open to 1
Busy Week fee Corrrt
This week will be a busy one in Hustings
Court, Part II. Six salts have bees set for
a hearing. On Wednesday a suit for itval.
instituted by J. Pleasco against tbe Rich?
mond Virginian rompnny. will be tried. To- '
morrow moixlng Judge Kniest H. We..g will
go Into the esse ?f J. Mutr a gala at tbe city
of Richmond. The suit of ifce Virginia
Amusement Concession Company against the
Virginia state Pair Association la sched?
uled for Tuesday. The liver pat of the
week twe suits against Insurance companies
will be heard. I* Aaron Is p.ainriff ta teeth.
On? ta against the Globe-Ratgers t'omrunT.
and th? tuber against Virginia State Iiuur
i anoe Company.
?fltb the retire.
! As aa aftermath to a "cursing match."
Gazelle Freeman snd Pattle Austin, both
coiored were fined f" V. ard costs each by
Jusiice H A Maurto in Pollea Court. Pan
' II . yesterday morning.
Tbe ease of Jackson Brown, colored, e-u
aeetod ef felony, was continued t-r days.
Brown, who Is s paroled convict, had been
: held tor mere thaa a week as a soep-et. it*
; wsa csogbi witb six so Irs ghees. The
?ui.position sf tbe police Is that they ?>
sto'ea. Tbe owner, whoever be may be, has
, not yet reported tbe theft.
TSTSa Ralile Wim? Moore has SJBJBSsd tnvt
tstiocs re tbe marriage sf bar dsnghte*.
Miss rCsfle Lenora Moore, ts Oar:and CBS*
. rlngton Wsddei'. The ceremony w: . take
p ace TWtsday motiln?. *>it?mb?r s a? B>
? ?lists, at IM West Twelfth 8treat
rsrissns ? itlsta
' sir assfl Mra W J. CeMla* and saw. Bwstd
W*aike, save rataraed from the Cmporia
John Far?sis. sa* Woe-folk, Is ewtttseg has
Kiss Jaale Davidson ta wMttag her asossb.
; Mrs. Junes Davidson, sf Farm villa.
Miss Emma Beater Is the rueat ef Mr.
l." a wood and Henry ajatt aar* refuT-ned
. bone after a ins t? Jtew York
Cha?*se T. atoms rwtorse? ese* night fro-a
Frr.*eorm, where be was aa ss u-???- at tbe
?Special to Tbs Tlmes-Plspatch. 1
tv arrentaa. Va. October I?. ?Hone
Claude A. etwsnsaa and Cbariee C
Carltn addressed a large and repre?
sentative euejlenee In the Tewa Hell
here taat sight in the Interest of the
wiison-afsrsball-Carltn Club. Colon-I
Orenvtlle Oalr.es MaK>r Robert A
Telrlntrr* snd Colonel Thomas ftir>i*b
were tha local representative* ef the
club who took part la the m-etlna:
TTne Warrer.toTi Cor-ret ?ts-.d ft-r.-h- I
the nsnsV for the accas eg
fwaeelal to The Tlr-re* niepatrh j
R Ichland?. Va, October ta.?The
Rwhanen T?>seberr Aasocdatl?a has
been ta session at or-ndv sinew yes?
terday, ?t?te .?tn>er1nt?Ttwenl J. D.
Ktajsgaaa was nr*>*eat. and fjrMj isssd)
a large asjslisei ta the sw setae ami
to day The ores slow had swaa well
ads ii-Uesw. sad risers ware press at at
portance of manual training and do
m??tic science being added to the one
100m schools The people were urged
to stand behind the school offlcia's
in their efforts to establish these de?
partments Mr. Eggleston commended
the work of the local school cfnVlals
in building twenty-one modern school
houses during the Ust two years and
a splendid high school building at
?Irundy. now in the course of construc?
By those that have your clothes
marie in a sweat-shop in New York
or Baltimore. You t an get a
A $25.00 and 13040 Oraxsst
For $15.00 and $20.00
Come in and get sample and
compare them with other good
t.iilors. 'iivr us a trial order and
Popular Price Tailor and Im?
70-? East Main Street.
mm i ?iiNswa-re mm
[He fTKSSi rnywVrn sod nye-tn ant*
Firexarnof &<wwr* BwsVfcna; in the
South: nek* wir ssWr and nthmr
valuahls-s; swwewfsatl Irnnfc ennena,
ate im heated pas en ronssn, aorf ???11
other nsodern ijMotusirsjr? for the
care of h<sss?hnM sr-nds Gm am %%%
aasteo On re-aejaa? seed sMppoaaf PMS*
fSJOawfwsa. r*hnoss sa^fSatfeje halt.