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Ott? of Um moot handsome funcUon?
to bo given oa Thanksgiving Day wUl
Km o Urse dinner dance that will be
given la honor of the vUltlag man at?
tending the national convantloa of too
Chi Pal Fraternity, which wUl be la
session in Richmond at that time- Boom
torty gtru .have boon invited to attend
the affair, and covers will bo laid for!
lbuut l&o guests. Dinner will ho sere-j
ad at 7 o'clock st tables decorated la
the fraternity colors, rod and blue, sad
the cotillion, which will he sensed sf
terward; will be continued until I
o clock. All of the girls who hsvs
boos invited to attend ths dinner
, Jane* will be carried out to the club-!
house in automobiles, sad a committee
<>f prominent society women wUl be on
hand to meet them and Introduce the
Kuests. It will be one of the notable
functions of the early season, and the
girls invited Include the younger ao-j
i-ty element here.
*rw Board blsaabif
John Palmar Leo and Robert Mun
ford have been elected to fill the places j
?t Horace Hawse. Jr.. and Colsman
Wortham on the board of governors of
the Richmond German Club. air.
Wortham and Mr. Hawaa belag usable
to servo Every one la asking who
?vin lead the gsrman this winter, sad
no one knows, for the governors hare
not yat had a meeting. Colossi Jo Lane
-tern, wbo usually leads, will not at?
tend any of the halls sf ths club this
season on account of being la mourn?
ing. - J
Mr. and Mrs Frank Raidelbach, of
Buckner. gave a Hallowe'en party
celebrating their house warming on
Wednesday. October SO. The young
foiks danced in the large Using room,
which was decorated with yellow sad
white chrysanthemums, autumn leaves,
pumpkins and all the things symhotle
' of Hallowe'en. The girls wore fantaa
tlc costumes representing cats, pump?
kins witches and other things, sad a
stringed orcbestrs played during the
evening. At midnight a light supper
was served. Misses Marguerite Jonas
and Anne Reidelbach presiding st ths
Among those present wsre Mr. and
Mrs A- T. Smith. Mrs H. R. Terrell
Mr. and Mrs Dave Shelton. Misses
Elisabeth and EUa Smith. Marguerite
and Msy Jones. R. Snead. Ross Mens?
cher. Lain. Ads and lassie Smith, Anns
Rosalie and Helen Reidelbach; Messrs.
Uobert Jennings. Jack sod Berry
Smith, Maurice Heel Conway Smith.
Charles Terrell Clifford Bnmpsss, Hil?
ary McCanllsh, Elwood landon, Gray
son Burrows. Ennet So and. William
Jones. Jr.. T. H. Masasher. Robert Hail
Jeorge Smith, George. Albert sad
Mb* Ree* la Maasens.
Miss Mary Lee Bows wss boat aas st
s Hallowe'en and card party of three
THE COOK'S PRIDE
Hopidu FMsVe Ci.
7 Wert Broad St
REIN ACH, Inc.
107 E. BROAD STREET
MflilTvERY?Wcaancn'a a a 4
ft p o-f r?? m
SAFETY VALVE TO
Get on the move. Come
I down end see what's doing.
UM*? Thursday ????lag at bar hem*.
197 Wast Clay Street.
Tba guest* wara all dressed as
gbosts, ana tba cam* was play?4 la
aUaoca until Just batata refreshment*
wars served, wbsa all unmasked. |
Tba dining room aad parlors wara
decorated wltb jack-o'-lanterns, pump?
kins, saeletoa*. candles, crepe paper
and obrjrsaat?emuma. tba color schema
betas; Nark, yellow aad white, which
was also carried out la the dining
room. The favors war? Utile pumpkin
head figures. Ths guests wsre als?
presented with chrysanthemums. Those
playing were Miss Alma Lee Parker.
Frank H. Rows. Miss Verna Parker. B.
Wombls. Miss Orace ?111 ton. J. Mcilbea,
Miss Annla Bootwrlght, Oscar Enos,
Miss Nellie Thornton. Lothar Jonas.
Miss Mary Lae Howe, A. W. Upcburch.
The largest scores wara made by Miss
A. IV Parker aad Mr. Wombta. I
Mr. and Mrs Robert Beverley are
sntertalning a hunting party this weak
at "BlandHeld." their lovely old home
la Essex County. Mr. and Mrs. Bever
ley bare aa their guests Mr. and Mr*
Marry Bevor ley. ot Alexandria; Misses
Fanny and Oetta Beverlcy. Jack ste
pbenson, of Alexandria, aad several
other guests from Baltimore and Mew
Miss Halen Rosa will entertain at a
tea to ha given at her home. MO West
Orace Street, oa Thursday afternoon.
November 7. at 6 o'clock. The tea Is
given in honor of Misses Mildred and
Virginia Gries, who are among the
girls to be ?Introduced to Richmond so?
ciety this year, and the other guests
will be only ths season's debutantes
At the Wssaaa's Clab.
The chairman of ths book committee
of the Woman's Club is Mra J. C- Met
calf. and the hostesses for the recep?
tion to he held In the club parlors this
afternoon are Mrs. Preston Cooke. Mrs.
John N. Upsbur. Mra George Bryan
and Miss Margaret Morton. The book
reception is an annual feature at the
club, aad it is hoped that the book
contributions wUl Include this year
many of the new publications in fic?
tion aad la other lines. *
? general meeting of the club will
be held following the recaption, at
which Mra. Stanard will preside and
plan* will be discussed and formulated
far the work of ths club during the
winter. The entertainments for ths
year will also be outlined aad arrang?
Telegrams hare bean received here
announcing the marriage of Mise Ed*
btevenson. aad P- D. Rice, the ceremony
having taken place in Trinity Metho?
dist Episcopal Church, at El Paso,
Texas, on Tuesday. October. 29. The
bride Is wall known la Richmond
musical circles, and la the daughter
of Mrs. Sidney Stevenson aad the late
George B. Stevenson. Mr. Edce is of?
ficially connected with a large copper
smelter company, in Clifton. Arizona,
where he and his bride will later make
their home. Mrs. Stevenson will reside
with bar daughter.
Aa Interesting event of ths past
week waa a dinner given at the Jeffer?
son Hotel by the members of the Phi
Zeta Gamma Sorority of the Woman's
College la Richmond The table waa
set in a private dining room and
the sorority colors were carried out in
the decoration*. Hand-painted place
easds has ring ths sblesa of the organi?
sation marked the places of ths guest*
Those prostat Ineladsd Misses Annie
Map Jones. Fannie Cook, at Chen ton;
Mary Res ma. of Ivor; Ca?Ills North?
en?, of Longvlew. Tasaa; Maria Law
son, of South Boston. Mlaaette Vsl
> Hues, of tsmlthBslaV Ophelia Nelson, of
Sssttls. Waats.; Ivy Oeberae. at Round
Hill; Edith Wood, of Missred HaU:
Laura Nelson, of sMcb^aoad. aad EUxa
af CtayvUle. The
by afias Mary
Taylor aad Mrs. ML Grave.
A fancy ban was gtvea la Liberty
Hatt an Taissay even ng, Octahar is.
Th* ahTalr waa given by Miss Status
srsstat were gtvea
out by Mr* L. PL Marcheul hi a wlteb
n-sf. far St.
Will bdb tlM ?jVsbTIT
%fy firlCvUfj tUf Ii sttr*Ohs4 ss^tsjrts*
fit .rty trmme?. ??Ii. |
tT?Vswa>*inlre?X 9%4 C *fmt%49fl% ffW %}f** J
by the sasmslattoB attar the opera kt
Owing to the arrival ea Msowmeos
? tat Mrs Jaaa Lytte-Lehe. who will
train the aast tor the opera, the regu
lar wsakly nmattag of the Opors Aa
soelsUoa will so held that weak st
11 o'clock Is room ?10 of tho Jef?
ferson Hotel, on Wednesday Instead
of Tuesday. Mrs. Lake will ho pros
sat at this meeting. ?
Tas first rehearsal of the opors win
take place Wednesday afternoon. It
is vary Important for every member
of the oast to be la tao ballroom* of the
Richmond Hotel Wednesday afternoon
at 4 o'clock, when Mrs. Lake will be
ready to assies every parson his or
her part that ths practicing bagln
Impssf net Meetings.
The Chesterfield Chapter. United
Daughters sf the Confederacy, will
bold Its regular monthly meeting with
Mrs George Paul st her home. ISM
Balnbrldgs street, to-morrow after
soon at S:S0 o'clock. All members are
urged to be present at this meeting.
Ths Helping circle of King's Daugh?
ters will mset st the residence of iura
E. M. Bali. 231? Bast Broad Street,
this afternoon st 4 o'clock. A full
attendance is desired.
Ths monthly masting of the Rich?
mond Chapter. United Daughters of
the Confederacy, will be held on Wed?
nesday morning at 11 o'clock to Lee
Camp Hall. Information regarding ths
convention In Washington will be giv?
en, snd It Is especially desired that
delegates snd alternates elected at ths
last mooting of the chapter will be
present er write their acceptance. Di?
rectors of Orsndehildren'e Chapter. No.
1, are especially requested to be at
tho mpettng. Visiting Daughters are
Unseal Confer sines
Ths annual conference of the W. F.
M a of Virginia will convene in Broad
Street Methodist Episcopal Church on
Tuesday. November I. at < P. mU con?
tinuing for three days, with morning
snd evening sessions hQsa) Mabel
Head, the educational secretary of ?d
Woman's Missionary Council, will con?
duct a normal study class every morn?
ing, snd Mrs Collyar. of Korea, will
talk ob the women of that country.
Women of all denominations are In?
vited to attend these meetings.
In and Out of Town.
art? Annie Lut?^ returned to "Wash?
ington yesterday, after a visit to
I friends here.
Mrs Richard McTlwsine, of Norfolk.
Is the guest of the Misses Greenhow,
st, 207 East Franklin Street.
Miss Courtney Bridges snd jars.
Shields, of this city, have been the
guests of Mrs C. C Bridges In Ash?
Mrs. Burton Harrison, who has been
1 visiting Mr. and Mrs Fairfax Harrison,
at "Belvolr." Fauquler County, has re?
turned to Washington.
Mr. snd Mrs Harry Frasisr motored
to Staunton last week with s party of
. friends from Natural Bridge.
Mrs Waldorf Astor. who sailed for
England Saturday, will return to Vir?
ginia some time next spring.
Miss Kitty Minor Rogers, of Lextag
I ton. la the guest of Miss Lucy Owath
mey. at tOO West Grace Street.
William & Bronaon has gone to
Indianapolis Ind., where ho wfU spend
s few days.
ATf Alfla} ABB digestion.
Z had aot taken MXLAM more than three
or four days when I began ts aap a decided
naprovemsnt in appetite snd digestion?
Rev. 8. X* MeXsir. Charlotte C H. Vs.?
Special displays sf aew fall style* to
i 4-qt- Blue, White Lined, En-1
ameled Baaing Pan, 14c each.
He L B. Taylor Co.
The H*s*ftoa Watch
ass many advantages, not ocly ewer for
earn, but American watches.
Cost only SI 5.00 and up
Smith & Webster
Tmm ?p I rt - tO B? Main
HAVE TOU SEEN THE
Hew MdM Gas feiges
? AT ?
PETTaT A COS.?'
^rlssfsr? PfMnhsMssW jaajt \
wj Wsssss*?Wnp W? e?*mpmunssnnv^ases^J ? tnusaunvWsty
Done with letafnces and dis?
patch. If you want special de?
sign* tSf any kind, visit the ThaJ
himer Art TDepeVtment. ?
Many Matters of Interest to
State Schools Discussed at
[Special to Tba Times-Dlapetch.]
Charlottes?Ills. Vs.. November I.?>
When Professor James C. Harwood.
principal of the John Marshall High
School. Richmond, completes bis re?
port as secretary of the educational
conference, whose two-day meeting at
the University of Virginia closed yes?
terday afternoon, it will'be seen that
practically every phase of education,
with special reference to the relstion
of high school and college, waa touch?
ed upon, or discussed at length by ths
delegstea Professor Harwood's report.
It is believed, will contain the basis for
much constructive development.
A large number of teachers from
various parts of the State arrived yes?
terday morning, having bean unable
to get here sooner. When the morning
session opened the auditorium in Madi?
son Hall was well filled. Dean Page,
of the university, resumed his ex plana -
j tory discussion of the university re?
quirements in tba college and graduate
I schools. Aa an Friday, he answered
many questions, aad cleared up such
ambiguities and misunderstandings as
! might hve been In ths minds of teach?
President Alderman took part In the
j discussions several times. Out of the
wealth of his experience as teacher and
college and university president, he
gave suggestions of great value.
Dr. R- E, Blackwell, president of
Randolph- Macon College: Professor
Harwood. of the John Marshall High
School; Professor Bain, of Norfolk;
Professor W. A. Kepner and Professor
W. H. Heck, of the university, and
j many others spoke Informally and sug?
gestively of the educational nseda of
[the Stats. At the close of the confer?
ence It waa freely stated by the dele?
gates that ths university had dons a
most helpful and useful thing In thus
bringing the high school teachers of
j the State together to consult with
each other and with the un'versity
: faculty about problems of mutual in
I tereet aad concern.
The status of the teaching force la
well shown In the following statement
by R C Stearnea, secretary of the State
; Board of Education:
"At the beginning of the last school
year. ltll. there were 10,441 teacher*
. In Virginia^ Of this number thirty
were graduate* of the University of
Virginia; slaty-eight of the college of
William and Mary; 4M of the State
! Female Normal School, seventeen of
the Virginia Military Institute, seven?
teen of the Virginia Polytechnic Insti?
tute, 309 of the Virginia Normal aad
Industrial Institute (colored), 317 of
the Hampton' Normal and Agricultural
Institute (colored). 1.057 of private and
denominational colleges la the State,
and 483 of colleges outside of Virginia.
Twelve hundred and eighty of the
teachers had attended college for a
year or more without being graduates,
this makes 3.928 teachers who bad en
Joyed educational advantages of a very
high order. Besides there were 4.731
who held first grade or high school
certificates. While it la true that all
of the I.2S0 who had not graduated at
college were issued either high or first
grade certificates, and that the name
fact ia true of some of the college
graduates, it is nevertheless apparent
that we have a very superior class of
men and woman teaching the public
schools of this State, mors than 7.SS6
being accounted for In the figures
which I have given.
W:Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
illiamaburg. Vs.. Novsmbsr *V?
Ths Young Man's Christian Association
of William and Mary Collage has ar?
ranged a series of "Life Work Mast-;
ings" to be Meld during the aast two
months. Prominent speakers aar*
been secured to make sddressea T*?
first of the series will be held next
Tuesday night, November S, when Dr.
J. SI Wilson, of ths faculty, will
make an introductory srldrsss The
other speakers and their subjects .are
Tuesday night. November 13?"Law
ss a Profession," James W. Gordon,
Taeaday night. November lb?' tfrnn
ness as a Profession." L M> Williams,
Tuesday night, November 2S?
"Teaching as a Profession."' W. e
Clark, of the faculty.
Taeaday night. December 3?"The
Medical Profession." Dr. William P.
Matbewa, of Richmond.
Tuesday night. December IS?.--y. j*.
C A. Week.** a A. Acklsy. State secre?
tary of the T. M C A.
Tuesday nigdu December 17?The
Ministry.' the Rev. J. Y. Fair. D. D?
of Richmond i
The quietest presidential campaign
ever known la this section baa closed.
Not a stag:* speech was made la this
city or county daring the campaign.
This city has made the largest cam?
paign contribution since the atasees
bars been paying th? expense*, al?
though only a few contributed Jadn<
D. G. Tyler was here yesterday for the
purpose of stsmplag the official hel ots
for the election, which ale city sie. -
loral beard waa prompt hi furnishing,
ha vir. a forgotten the municipal elec?
tion la Jane The vote ta this section
will be light, but w,ll be practical:
all cast for the Democratic nominee*
[Spisfal tsTho Timm fMapsla? )
Sh Issue. V*. November k?The Thsv.
W. F. Lsdfsrd of Leaotr City. Tena .
?he aaw pastor of ths F rat Metbedhn
TO DIVORCE COURT
It Bulling DtMOta-|
tie* of Her Mar?
OIK Lav* aa4 Laar loath bar* to'
many American friends, mad* in I
this country, Ln England and Ire?
land, and at Biarrltx. that It may b?
of intnrast to call attention to the fact
that their matrimonial difference* are
now angsglng tha attention of the di?
vorce court In London, and that Lady
Louth la seeking a dissolution of her
marriage. She Is a daughter of the
late Captain Edmund Bellairi. so long
British consul at Biarrltx. and at whose
beautiful VlUs da Mourleeot there, now
leased to Princess Frederics of Han?
over. King Alfonso of Spain became af?
fianced to Princess Ens of Battenberg.
Lord Loath wss In this country s
year ago, sad s conspicuous ttgu?"? *t
tha grast National Horas Show Is Mad?
ison Square, New Tork, last November,
after which ha traveled through the
United chases and Canada. He Is one
of tha moat popular and sport loving
of Irish peern of old creation, his
barony, which does not carry w?h It s
sest In tha House of Lords, dating from
the reign of Henry VIII.
Fourteenth bearer of the title and do
eeended. like the Earl of Fingen and
Lord Dunsany, from that John Finn
katt who eatsVbliehed himself st Bewly.
County Louth. shout the end of the,
eleventh century, he wss horn st ada.
on board hie father** yacht Pilgrim.
whence his odd Christisn name of Ptl
grim, and hi* membership of the East
London parish ef Stepney. For. aeeord
: lag to ancient law* of the reign of
Queen Elisabeth, all Engliah people
bora at ass under the Engliah flag,
bar* their births entered In the regis?
ter of the Thames riverside parish of
Stepney la those days was on* of th*
' principal anchorages of. the greet port
of London. This law sometimes leads
to s peculiar condition of affairs There
is sa Australien statesman now hold?
ing th* position of Premier la one of
th* states of the commonwealth, whoso
birth. Ilk* that of hi* father befor*
htm. had been registered st Stepney.
, although neither of them had ever set
foot In England until th* younger of
the two came to London two years ago
for the coronation.
It Is p*rbsp* because he wss horn
en s yacht, that Lord Louth la so food
ef yachting sad of outdoor life. He Is
equally at home lh th* saddle, has Seen
I master of the Loath hounds ever since
he came of age. twenty-two years ago.
j sad with Us equally hard riding wife.
' ha* hitherto maintained the great tra?
ditions of County Louth in the matter
of tha sport of kings, namely, fox
hunting- He served for s Urne In the
army ss s subaltern of the Wiltshire
I regiment, popularly known as "th*
^ringers," but resigned his commiaslon
on marrying, ln order to devot* Urn
calf to hi* estates, which hare been
ln the possession of his family for hun?
dreds of years, and which extend over
sa area of some 8.030 sere* around his
ancestral home. Loath Han. embracing
tha neighboring town of Ardee.
There Is snother Lady Louth In ex
sasusa_pnone u?? ,.uf?
son 1 ?57?how to -gut t-'s
$8.00 24-pc. Tea Set
AMBSlICAJt BBJCAD ABO. BASONS COw
aw or SHOES.
5th and Broad
Cole's Hot Blast hWeri at
Jooes Bros. 4 G^Inc.
1418.142a IL Mstin St.
Special sale of Scotch;
The proof of our efficient"}?in?
creased number of prescription*.
' . . - IJLLl I II "
The Official Water of the,
Druggists' Syndicatr Adopted as I
IT IS THE PtHEST.
lstsass beside hie wife. She Is the sec?
ond wife and the widow of his father.
the thirteenth lord; therefor* hie step
OMther. After the late peer's death j
she contracted a very foolish marriage j
with a drunken brute of the name of
Richard Muldowney. with the result
that she lost her reason, and ha* been |
ever since in a sanatorium, the eourts
bavins; fortunately fr< -a her from her
husband, on ths ground of his brutal!
ty. Intemperance and statutory miscon?
Lord Louth. like bis forbears. is a
Roman Catholic. Indeed, hla family ]
suffered much by reason of their faith,
.and of their loyalty to the Stuarts.
The sixth lord was kept for many years
imprisoned in Dublin Castle by order
of Cromwell: and his son. the seventh
[lord, was outlawed for throwing ink's
i lot with James II. and attaching him
?elf to the letter's fortunes. Nor was
It until the end of the eighteenth cen
j tury that the attainder was repealed
i In favor.of Thomas piunkett. who was
established in his rank in the peerage
ng eleventh Lord Louth.
Although Mme. von Kotzebue, who :
has Just died on her Immense estate of
Moara Donneasoa In Roumanla, Is de?
scribed in her three-line obitusries as
"former Russisn ambassadress at
Washington." yet she never visited
the United States. Her husband, the
late Ernest von Kotsebue, represented 1
^the Caar at Washington for a tew
months prior to the appointment of
Count Cassini but was here en gar- I
?on. his wife having declined to make
the trip across the Atlant'c. and then
ha resTgned on the plea that the cli?
mate on the banks of the Potomac
was injurious to his health.
Be was a good deal of a disappoint?
ment, for he came here with the repu?
tation of being one of the most bril?
liant men of the world, an? of being
devoted te society, to hospitality and
to high I'vlng. For many year* pre?
viously he had acted as councilor of
[?the embassy at Paris, where he was
very popular, not only in salons, but
also In dubs, being one of the few
member* of the diplomatic corps ad'
mltted to the Union Club, where be
was to bs mst every > day. Be was a
familiar figure, too. at all first sights
of .the theatres, and no matter what
was going on. he was sure to be. on
hand la ths front row. Moreover, he
was vary rich, owning large estates
In the Baltic provinces, bestowed upon
his grandfather by Alexander I. Dur?
ing his sojourn In Washington, how?
ever, he lived very quietly, did not
show himself to be in the least de?
gree -convivial, held aloof from all
re a few of fata diplomatic col?
leagues and expressed not only a dis?
taste for American life, but an eager
hi to gat away aad return to Eu?
rope as soon aa possible.
Perhaps he believed that hla name
was aga?nat him. far bis grandfather,
Augustus von Kotsebue. figures is
history as mainly responsible for the
organisation of the Holy Alliance,
which was particularly aimed against
the United States, aad that provoked
the letter's promulgation of the Mon?
roe Doctrine. Be waa a native of
Weimar, commenced his career as a
member of the Prussisa legation at
St. Petersburg and won such high fa?
vor at the Russian court, especially
after hla marrying the daughter at
a Muscovite general, that bs trans?
ferred his allegiance to the Caar. en?
tered the Russian service and waa ap?
pointed to a number of offices, includ?
ing that of chief justice of Bsthoaia,
Councilor at State and Secretary of
State for Foreign Affairs,
Like so many other people who re?
nounce their nationality, be besame
one'of the most inveterate fos* at his
nat'vu land, and especially distin?
guished himself by his bitter enmity
against Goethe and the letter's co?
terie at Weimar. Be was the confi?
dential adviser of Alexander J, In far
sign affairs, and it was largely to .his
influence "with the Emperor that was
ascribed the wave of absolutism and
autocracy which swept over Karons
towards the close af the ssrsad de
cad* of the nineteenth century. To
such a degree was bs regarded on the
continent of Europe in those days aa
the pr'neipal foe of constitutional gov?
ernment and of freedom that he was
assess'nated by ths German theologi?
cal student Ludwig Send at Mann?
heim, m 181?.
Most of his writings?and they are
many?have been translated into
English. But they are not much
read nowadays, save by scientific men.
their ssle among the general public
being discountenanced. In consequence
of their appalling Immorality, which
does much to pale their undeniable
The late Mme. van Kotsebue, who
is wrongly described a* "Princess"
Kotsebue. was considerably older
than her husband, and was. when ska
married Kotsebue. the widow af M
Mouchtne. Russisn ambassador at Ber?
lin She was a Roumanian by birth, a
sister of that Princess
whose busband for a time
Russia at Washington, while
of her sisters is Alexsndrine Ghfka.
(Copyright. ?15. by the Breatwood
ACt .% TEMPLE IS I* v ITKX) TU)
INITIATE tlAM IB
fSpeci.1 to The Times Dispatch.]
Bristol. Ve.. November J.?Seven
prominent Western North Carol aa
men were last night initiated as atem
en of Johnson Commaadery. Ne> II.
Knights Tempssr. ?f this city. Fel?
loe ing the I wlttatiea ceremony, the
mrrnbers of the comma ndery indulged
'n a banquet at Hotel Bristol. The
men who bash the degree, following
their initiation ca the night previous
Into the Red Cross degree, were. W.
F. Dedeoa end Ueorge B. Green, af
l.ak?rsv|i!r. and Jean H. Lewis, Jean
?. Heweil. Caertee A. ?nyder. Dr. Oay
M Set and J. D. Chamber*, of Huat
The jbssa Temple of ghrtasrs. af
Rlcamoad. has bei* invited la come
here initiate a class af thirty-five
car d date,. TBis cert assay will take
pls'e |.ru-M Hy early in DocsmbsT.
imp ?k*m* sheen ha Msssss.
lapect* t* The Tipeys-Plepntch.)
Cast < aartt-a. V*. Noremeer 3. ?At
Uevts Wtmrf. ..? ar Exmor*. tab) twees
lag. Joan Allen, forty-fee years sad.
snot and hilled lehn Hack, twenty
two years so*, feU owing a dhbpate
wbK-h arose aver a eras) gsmi
The body af Hack was sseaafl by
the 11 slildl thus evening, has heart
pierced with a bullet. By aw lay Al
Articles of exclusive <
manship eta always b* I
[Special to Tb* TU
Arvoaim, Vs., November
?cuool in Buckingham
a. few rare exceptions,
1'atrone" Day yesterday
making, a general cl
premise*, picnics, and at
It is expected that the
will show that a large
la the aggregate, was
schools. Ten libraries
for the schools ef tat
year. This year the
tag toward placing
the schools, and SO
every school In the
Every school in the
exception of tarn
now supplied with a
are ninety-seven schools la '
counting each school room i
The school au?toritftse
concerned about the
tioh la the rural
msnds in this direction
by the State Board *sf
Board of Health raeshW*!
ttve orders la the
bunding* for esch
been computed by those hh,
that it -will requir* -mac*
13.00? from the vsrlo**>
one item alone, and this
of the districts have said ht 1
it la possibleT to spend sett s
vrict fund In shy .oaw'fooaai*
menu are bow being,
with the health
ly. completing sS reo*
or three years
Owing to the remai^hts
more clear days*, were
for say year for a ton*
quarries here have
able record in th* msttsf **1
Every odmpsny :hagtj
of men manefaol*|H
slate, and they alt auwto
banked upon their yards,
plying karge qoantltto* to
' of the country.
i is now being ahlguja? t*
?rn State*, whore ?rast
building i* golag *av Vsrth
i continues to. ho tha
i th* eraetlos of *U*h
! quire stota roofs
The weather has
lay hsv* shea
work for th* year sad- i
paring for wlatsr. Th*
k*t st DUTwys had _
important sale* b*v? bps?
It Is thought that a *
amount of tobacco win bs i
DUlwya market that *efJK
Th* fsmous Grsetoy gold
ertles. "which wore s*M at J
Saturday, ware bought to bar.'
toy heirs er for thorn by -B
people. The smoua
properties was only r.. _
wars over s*s acrss of lamf
tract. Owing to the sriaaBatj
?sis of the Hew Tee* ?
The Boiling property, up
er. near Payne, which was t
or two ago. was bought by Mr. *
of West Virginia, awe of* faar?
ass recently purchased ab?
worth of fine farm toad to
tion wtthla the past few
large fsmOy of ssas sad
came her* from West
remain here as aato
who hnow hour to work toad t
Chapel HIB. H. C
HiB Friday night tree*
..Itoon rally tew mile*
machine caught fir* sad
The parties Bad for
Th* party eeosseted of _
... Graham, of Oxford; J. P.
W. Andrews, a C Flcksrd
3?aadaifVB*t an of Chapel
-1 st a?
t Special to The'
Klastom, S. C Se
, tsr F. M, ?mmmm apok* h**w
dsy to s large audience eg tha
of the campaign for his rs-osr
tb* United States Senats Ho
ed unbounded confidence la M
tton. He left for Treats*
hi* campaign to kto
[Special to The Time*
I PStoski. Vs. Xovr
j Mountain View Church,
eastern section ef the
! detested to-day The
! preached by Her j Jrw
th* CaHhowi* Methodist
shrUng with the seretce*
H. B. CBrtrtght and
Meet ef Galas. The
having been buTtt by