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No Shadow of Doubt That Vic?
tory Will Perch on Party
PROGRESSIVES DYING HARD
Hope fur Landslide?All Ready
Here for Premier Politi?
Kor the first time In twenty years t)
tbe day. the Demociuts of Kichmond
ana Virginia and tbji naliun ?'11 au 11
tiie poll? to-day with s reason tu thine
tiny are voting for a WiiirtiiiK carid.-'
date for PraSSSaet of the L'niteJ State.- '
ISup-->-me confidence that tin lJi-mut: at!
viu swssn the in?try Is ?u> rsitTasdl
to ttM hataan of <-.,;.?>? l ari) tender j
tyjtsa the tirai>u:^:i <.! ?-d l"?t night.
Bsdws .i Itnalhildt auui'net?, tjo. er-;
bust A. J. Mo:.tat>Ui;. Oe.'uociuUc il l".
VMS for Congie** in this d.st.ic , laj
bib cloaing aUd.et?, t>aid 11.at if tticj
i>?mocratb mm uot SttaV this II as they j
Seed never expect to scsys a national]
Regular MaJ"rlf> Kxyorted.
Stats Cbatll man J. tMtsr Kit., son l
?aiistit.tl tbat .? eogg&ej part, major.i>
Viii bs itK.ji'-uil i.i \i.giu.u u.tri in
Votes of MM ??>??>Sead I'iOotia
atvs candidates combined. There in !
mm rcases iu think lhat nsars Laos la**
gaawetj hur.dfui of Vtrgiata Usatstrata]
will vote fur If oaeveli, or that any sx]
ail Hill vute fur Tait, while it is Stt-J
nested that some, who. in re<4-nt
years, have been alig.n-d w.tb tne
yahtkosss. ?iii cast ihstrpvnaas lay]
V. IjSIIII and Mara;,all.
There- Is a fcooU <l<-al of interact M
the relative votes to be secured iu Vir- !
amia by 'lafi a? Hones rail in abate
Sections, rhire IbS l'.ujjic-e.ve move?
ment has nut been u>kcu uy. Taft vv.l,
l>au us the regular pa t.- num.n> c..
ahUi tln'. whtrd it is batsSVsd Koote- ;
Veil v? til run far ancad. a conserva?
tive ?stllStS tast night put Wlison ?
Vbtt la Virginia at tJUSte, Roo<i-vtit 1
at tJJk?*. Tait ? at &fas, and Urot s
at 2,'OJO. j
<V.y Ohalrstea Mil* a M. Mart n. up-:
predating tn* d,rniuit.. ul sett.Bg out i
thS Hi:l party qualified vot* of ton-!
s.ae-rabiy more thun S.tf-0. ?heu tharcj
Is no doubt of IJe-tnoc a.ic BBceajsa In j
city, district and .itate. fe.-ls tn:.t per-j
h;?pe more than a normal vot? a. ill be.
?.-?*t when i-omparrd w.th usual pnal-j
What Hull Meoeere Tklek.
Hcpe had not entirely d\S ried th*-*:
Cu.mii ot the I'roft: t aarvSS I-si night.
eVI the b- adijuai ters of the Kooseveil
?ohnson Club of Kichmond. Sec.stagy i
Simpson based his cisime on tbe silent
Snte, poll* taken in venous piacc-s a>,d
?h? probability stf a landslide to'f
IsirSliy. t*atd Mr. Simpson the party
has been handicapped b-cause the Ball]
*. o<.- inasaaseat apt ?tt basin until
*i-ng after voters had SnaTlflujfl foi the!
>?>v( iBi>ef el?ctlon by p;iying their poll
taxt s in Ma* Thus tuxe votes will b?,
?tat. a bet rriade last niRht that Ro^se-'
v. It will g?*t t.Sat vute.? in R.chmunji
was thought by Mr. Simp?on to be not!
?araaaSwbts, aithougn rt should be 1
r-membere<J tha; f-'Ur yesra ago Taft;
r-ceived only 1.135. including the Taft'
I'.-mo-rats, and I- is to b- b ip; os J
that he "ill t:?it Some votes here to- ?
But from the regu'ar Republican
forces there conies no sound. To para- i
phrase- a sentiment very popular In the
c-tmpaign of 1%?^'. they arc "K-Publi-!
cans still?very still." j
The S-oelsllst party expects to have
* representative at each ? precinct in
the city to-day. to tesh after tha in-1
t'-rerts of 'Tharlrs a. liaight. its can-j
?l:3at?: for Cangress. The *>ocialbjt* j
I-a bor party has namci] Adolph Muller. j
of Seven Pines. Governor A. J. Monta. j
Kue has no other opposition, and hihi
majority will be very large. "j
newkttal In Mnth.
Mbic of the Vi:g!iiia congrvsalonal'
districts are safeTy D- m'>c*ltic. In the;
Ninth the outcome depends admitted-,
tjf upon the aaagb~3f of Republican*,
voting for Walter . iraham. th<- Tro-j
gresslve can-lldate. who Is Indorsed by
Senator Dixon and fcr:n?-r President:
Kooseve't. This element Is unknown I
>n size Gaeeral Ayers. it Is believed, j
has a good chance, although Rep re- j
sentative C B Slsmp has for years j
been strongly Intrem lied.
Threa ballot boxe., will be in ass;
at each precinct. In one will go the j
tickets for President. Vice-President..
electors and members of Congress, and.
In Richmond, the candidates for tbe.
Administrative Board, in another wll!
hs placed the ballot*, on the amend-1
ment to tbe Constitution, permitting.
commission government la elfte?, and j
In the'third will ge the tickets on the
two amendments permitting city treas?
urers and commissioners: of the reve?
nue to succeed thems. ives in office in?
Steady for Elect sat*.
The ballot boxes, booths, '-allots.
po,i books a;.d othei paraphernalia |
for Kichmond were dljtrtbuted to thoj
officers of election yesterday. Th-s,
polls at the twenty-two votin; plac-n'
in this city will be open for business]
at 6 40 o'clock this .M.rnfng. Ail the:
precincts In Vlrsrinta will er??? at,
S:tt o'clock this evening, and then Ska]
count wiil begin. It will be some- ;
Whst delayed because of the vote "nj
ths <-on?tittitional amendments, but
the results should known at aaj
hour not aver 'ate.
The live Democratic nominee* for j
th- Administrative Board in Richm no.
Well be glad to
play any of these
I The World Famous Soprano.
Kme. MarceHa Sembricli
who will wffttmt Mondax evening'
Xovtmbir 11th *Jthe
I Semiraniide-- Bel ra^gio lusinghw (Bright
i C.uam of Ho(K i. K<>s;ini.
Sji:iianil/u!i ?.\h nt.n jjiuns" (Retail \ot
' (lue r.jrthly Morrow*. Bellini.
Tiariata fm\\ lor.-' t lui (Me .My Meart
i fftfatpJsft. <?iu-?eppc Verdi.
\t.-(,ii Ssniiaar?BcsWo, ade/ta d'kuc
, amkhc (Dear rrknd?>, Verdi.
1 Vm c di iwimavera?Valsc (Voice of
I Spring). Johann Strau? (
Other Records in to-morrow ?
ad. C onie tvery day ar.ij hear tht
iwcMMrt Cable I'laeo Ca.
Mad. 2586. 213 E Broad
srhe bars no oppeslt-us, a . as M
laws: i.. c. ???-.? a. Haiti n umiui,
Jr., car.ton hjcCaitey, jv.i? a.rt.cn
l?rg a?d II. J'. l>r-ck.
CUtssssi rssjallies' aa the per
ataasat roll in |S#1 and 1?U3 SsSj se?
cure the aiU of any judg. of saa etlon
in marking SSHoSS Thus, who have
reg.ist.red sine. 11st must maiK their
?era t.ckcte without assistance, asstsss
?wywcalty laraiasiHeliil ay sMadasssi
or laaajltty to use th>-ir hands.
Third Olslrlrt I eutrt buttons.
It is not believed that Virginia con?
tributed yuite her lull quota of 12.%.
V"i Is the campaign fund of trie Demo?
cratic National Committee. There were
a good many sources, and all may not
have reported. About one-nttb of the
whole casts from the Third Congres?
sional District, whl- h has contributed
t-l.TTo.US. Th. fol owing amounts have
been for*>arde<j to headquarters In
New York, by Chairman J;.hn Stewart
br;tn for tnm district:
Captains?Charles o. Seville, John
Is Satterfield. $ 1*3.50; Kalph P. Negle.
Roy M. Ken;. Jr.. $128. L>avis Bottom.
E. C Koikes. $114. Richard E. Byrd.
George Bryan. IIS?. Dr. Charles A.
Labetilierg. till: John C Ess.ey. %22S:
John <J. Corley. $22.5?; A. C. Herman.'
John B Bliley. ft?; O. K Weisiger. K. |
E. I- Peters, fdll J. M Atkinson. It- :
Lattimer tiordon. James B. Wood. $403; \
John Garland l'ollard. II M. Smith. Jr..!
ItftVeS; George Wayne Anderson, 1183. '
Benjamin W. Wilson (Gtnter Park;,
$?1.59: C W. Throckmorton (Henrtcol. i
?3?;? W. U Ragland (Barton
Heights). $55 25. W. D. Cardwell (Han-,
over county I. $103.59: John Uuther-'
foord, $31.-'?; A. GL Briggs. $13: from
vnrio'is SJUrces, $151.75. Total. $2.-;
Fred dr. Scott. $1.000: James N. Bo> d.
SAW-; Tiriies-I?i*patrh receipts. $>55.3S.
From varitus sources. $118.59. Total.
realties of Units?.
The following statement was issued
yesterday by the offi? ers of the Italian-,
American Political Club of Richmond;*
"At a meeting of tne Italian-Ameri?
can Political Club, fceid several days
?5to. the matter or Indorsing one ofj
the presidential candidate* was brought j
up. It was decided after much dls- j
cussion that as long aa the club could,
not conscientiously i.idorse Mr. Wil-j
son. owing tn his apparent apathy to-!
wards our nationality as given In a!
certain book written by him. It woulu
leave the tnatjer or choice with each:
individual. The members of this club;
have always been j^aunch Democrats i
and hope to afways rensnda so. but ths
afiove action was deeired best for tfle;
welfare of the club. Several ot ths ?
locsl papers have. fr>?m time to time.:
credited the club i ilu having indorsed,
one '>t other of the i . esidentlal candi-j
dates, and this article is written to
give the true attitude or the Italian
American Political Club.?
DOC IS B1AGI.
Serie? of Meeting* "a M?n?n< nl .Methodist
Cheers rtsacd TisWisaj.
The meeting addressed lsst sight by
Charles R. Drum closed tbe series ef revival
seivtees which hsve been In progress for two
Weeba tn Menomewt Methodist Church. A
oc: flrmstten service was held lsst night, at
which plans for s continuation of the work
eommenced by the revival were laid.
Rev. L T. Winiaaw. who bes been pastor
of the chareb for four years, wilt preach
h'.a farewell sermon aest Sunday. The nest
senna! eonference. which meets In Lynch
lieig. will assign him to n new charge, as
he has served the limit allowed by the .
church at aae etatiea.
Building and repair permits were isrsed
yeat-rday aa felloes:
?su Aases J. Wilson, to erect a tee-etery
dnachrd brKk dw-lling. m Cast Eleveatb
Street, to ass! Hie.
T. A. Carroll, te repair two frame dwei:
lr?;s 417-11? W?at nneeath Street, to cost
II llelsgrefr. Is repair s 'ram- dwel'.iag.
^ei Greif Avenee. to cost ??*?.
W T. fhepherd. to repair a 'rair.e store
???! dwellleg. .T' No. I? Ui-at-.ntb <trr<t.
ta asM tiw
v.. a <-ru-nr>. ?* repair a eriek deeliias
"To; Raer .f*fre-I. io cent tut.
J P. iiir-um. I> - pair s Sri. It owe'lilg.
fi' Esri It tod yir-et. (? rest mm.
HOT IDE HI IF1E D
Evidence Shows Men in Uniform j
Frequented Bars at
MAYOR COMPLAINS OF ODORS
Wants iircmeii to Flush Out
Traps at Regular
After examining many mWmWmMt
mm ?iK'it. tea Uoaid of re Commls
blo.n rs was unable- tu find the names j
or any oi tne firemen reporte.i to he*e ;
been tli inking in public saloons during j
the recent otate I air, one of the wit- j
nesrm Hating th?t he uoul'l not, ami j
would not if 1?? cou.d. even tbough j
ur.u. r oatii. point out the in*-n SS ?aw
it rink lag ..?tei i<t? hour* of ul?- j
eu-? eti. tag board adopted the follow-I
lag I malotIva oiferod by Commie-;
tione i Kuwei t Leeky.
-We regret that the- evidence show*
that the men of the Fire Department
did go into barroom* on Tuesday.
Wednesday and Krida.? during state
fair week, but a!?o regret that all]
earert* .at ataatliratiaa of these men
The bearliitf wji SOIlv eased by a]
fr;arp tut between it l; Kac?>. who
had been called ag ? ?iine^f. and '
l'reeid? nt of the Board of Kire- I'om- '
:nu*loner.t Charles F. Taylor, whlcli.
while showing much temper on the |
part of the witness, threw little or j
no light on the subject of the in-1
Hewlaad la First Wltae*e. ]
Rev. A W, Rowland, who arrant a letter]
in a local iiew*pap?-r on "'Drinking at I
tlje State Fair." In which he told ot
hav ing seen six firemen in ur'form j
drinking at a bar on the grounds, was J
the first witness. He insisted that hs^
was not prosecuting sny firemen, ana'
did not ear*- to get any of the men .
into trouble. He was positive that he
had seen six firemen drinking, as his
letter stated, but he would not be able I
to Identify any of them. Itev. o. T.
Forrester, pastor of Decatur Street
Methodist Church, corroborated the
statement, adding that he knew moat
of the South Richmond firemen, and
bad not seen any of them drinking.
M. R. Face, an official of the local '
Typographical Union, testified that he
bad seen two or three firemen drink- !
iiig on different dsys at the fair. He \
became quite heated and asserted that
he did not know the men and would
not tell if he did.
'Then we will put you on oath," an?
swered Chairman Taylor.
"I don't care. 1 wouldn't tell on these
men if I were on oath. It Isn't my J
Woeste Saw Drwahen Flreaaaau
Mrs. J. M. Jobson and a large com?
mittee who had conducted a booth for
the Woman's Temperance League of.
America, told of a fireman in uniform
having come to the booth while in
an intoxicated condition. She could
not describe the man. even to say
whether he had a mustache or not
Chief J?rnen took the stand and ex?
plained the orders that had been given,
detailing a squad of men on the 1
grounds during the Stste Fair, and the
directions that they were to line up j
and report at certain hours for in?
spection. Captain Cosby, in charge of j
the squsd during the week, said these j
Inspections had been rigidly conducted
and he bad noticed no drinking or j
drunkenness ? on the part of bis
men. He had repeatedly warned the i
men to avoid going about the bars j
because of the rules of the depart?
ment in regard to men in uniform.
All of the men on duty at the Fair
Grounds were lined up in tbe room,
but the after inability or unwiutng
nesa of tbe prosecuting witnesses to I
identify any of them made it impos?
sible for the board to take any action.
Chairman Tav lor called attention to!
the rules of the department, and stated i
that the board was always open at [
all meetings to hear reports from citi?
zen*' on the conduct cf the men.
Sewers >eea Flaahlag.
A communication from Mayor Ains
Iic called attention of the board to
foul odors from many of the sewers
of the city, suggesting that firemen
be detailed ta open the water plugs
at intervals and flush out the sewer
traps. There was much discussion,
1 some members vigorously opposing any
use of the fire plugs except for fires.
! on the ground that repeated use would
wear the thresds snd prevent the prop?
er use of the plugs In time of emer?
gency. Chief Joynes was directed to
give emergency relief, and the chair?
man was Instructed to consult w-ltb
the Mayor. Superintendent of Water
and Street Cleaning Departments as
to a satisfactory way of abating the
Tbe board accepted the resignation
of J. F. Botto. of Engine Company So
and of J. W. Tyree. of Engine Com?
pany No. 7. and elected Joe Piacentlnl
1 a niveman. grade B. in Engine Com
I pany 2. and E. U Sim ma. a grade B
? fireman, in Engine Company 7. C. F.
llagher was elected s grade C fireman
in Engine Company 11. The following
were elected on the eligible list: B.
U Brown. John J- Grace and H. A.
u.umnke Vs.. November 4.?-ThS
counTr" res den% of I>. A. CbrtotUn.
two miles south ?*f Roanohe. was the
scene vesteriav at high noon of a
ver> interesting marriage, the .on
traefng parties being Thomas V t u^
nmcham of Uladateoe. :ind Miss A?ia
\.K H. Cherf. of Sa'.cm. performed th.;
I ceremony. .
Mr Cunningham ** ?n,. ?"*? *' "1 rm^l
tha .?onningham is the youngest
a,-.e -i-ssrs. ssrzi
I luncheon wss >er.*-?1. i.?nal?I
j Th^se attending were H?n? ,T|,
bert. ard M ??*d Mrs. II ? ???
I bert of the county . -
Mr. sod Mra Cunningham left? t?r
I their home. Ttlvers.de. In A?-"'
nahe Jessen, eeleeeS^ewjl?-sea "
eer ?v W. O. Brags. tf ***' '
Jreee*. was wand #7 sad e?arest.~*B7
arWelse la rWe c-eort hh> hshnj saV
Saadsafc arrreag as aatea.et.ii- te a mi".
iy aisaseuewrsrasy shyhi
was anghth cot ei.J
T. WM. PEMBERTON
DIES AT HIS HOME
Although in Poor Health Re?
cently, End Came Suddenly
FUNERAL IS TO-MORROW
Final Rites Over Man Long
Prominent Here From Second
The funeral services of Thomas Wil?
liam Pemberton. who died yesterday
morning at 8:20 o'clock, at his home.
829 West Franklin Street, wUl be con?
ducted to-morrow afternoon at j
o'clock from the Second Presbyterian
Church, by the Rev. Russell Cecil. D.
D. The interment wiU be made in
Ahe honorary pall-bearers will he:
John G- Walker. James at Boyd. W. I?
T. Rogerson, Joseph B. Beaaly, Morton
Rosenbaum, ?. D. Harris, L> z. Morris
i Reginald Gilham. John -idney Daven
i port. Jr., George L> Christian. John A.
Coke. W. Tazewell F'tzgerald. Marshall
j M Gilham, F- T. Glasgow. S. H. Uawes.
' O. B. Morgan John S. Munce, Howard
?wineford. K. D. Taylor. H. P. Taylor,
I Dr. R 1? Simpson. B. R Morgan. T. M.
Cnrrington, James B- Pace, Dr. H Ca
j bell Tabb. Samuel G. Atkins, Dr. Wii
| Uam H. Taylor. T. C Williams. Jr.. and
' Tbe active pall-bearers wiU be: P.
j St. George Cooke, Reginald Keith, Rob
' ert R Peg ram, George Harrison. John ;
I Cary. Oscar Swineford. H. H McVey.!
I John A. Coke, Jr.. George Call, and!
\ Stuart Cooks
Although Mr. Pemberton had been In;
1 rather poor health for montha past.:
' his death yesterday from a stroke ot
I apoplexy came so suddenly that his
I wife was the only member of his Im?
mediate family at his side. For seven- j
' ty-slx years he had enjoyed almost:
uninterrupted good health, and h*s !
aggravate catarrhal colds
and bronchial disorders,
sUmJ if isf g^rrtcfJ often lead
to pneumonia or con
k Afy^h**# mJkd ^Casals
?Bs??*? fts^OCtdSaasI l^^J^Tn*i',IP%f^*^a^r fc
makes healthy flesh, rich
Mood and a?CRgdbrah, weak
lungs. Nothing is so good
aa Scott'? Emultiom for
utiaUaiwa riwaglbt and colda.
Special Grass ?*
OaVlsnssSas( unsasansssVea! fpte* ? ^Wwk%W. fcaT W%?
T. W. WOOD 4V SONS,
youthful activity was unimpaired up to
the time of his first sslxure recently.
His two children. Dr. Russell Pember
ton. and the Rev. Percy Pemberton,
were called to the city at once, but ar- j
rived hours after death. 1
For more than three-quarters of a;
century, Thomas William Pemberton1
lived in Richmond, for half a century of
that time being closely associated in,
the financial development and prosper-'
ity of the city from the hour that Rich?
mond began to rise out of its smol?
dering ruins. He was bom in this city
July 2. 1837. and received his education
in Richmond schools. ' He wss the son
of Thomas Pemberton and Susan Ann
Immediately after the completing of
his education, he entered business as a'
partner in the wholesale grocery firm
of Brown. Pemberton & Co. When the
organization of the Life Insurance
Company of Virginia was undertaken,
he was one of the moving spirits, and
remained one of the oldest officers in
that organization. In recent years he
has worked* side by sids with Presi?
dent John Q. Walker In the growth and
enlargement of this company's activi?
He was smong the first stockholders
of the Life Insurance Company of Vir?
ginia on its organization in 1871. be?
coming a director In 1874. and second
vice-president in JSSS. He was elected
first vice-president. January 31. 1901.
He had a sest on the directors board
of the Virginia Trust Company, the
Union Bank of Richmond, and the
Planters' National Bank, of Richmond,
and the Life insurance Company of;
All his life he was a member of the i
Second Presbyterian Church, and was [
prominently identified with the work
of that congregation. He became a
deacon during the pastorate of the late
Moses Hodge. r> D . and was made an
elder under the Rev. Russell Cecil. I>.
D. With his death passes one of the
oldest memoers of this church.
He married Miss Mary Elizabeth
Crew, a sister of A. E. Warren. Besides;
his widow, he leaves two children?Dr. I
Russell Pemberton. of New york. and
the E*ev. Percy Pemberton. He also'
leaves four sisters?Mrs. Avis T. Rady.j
of Columbia. Va.: Mrs. Betty Kust. |
Richmond: Mrs. Maggie Meagher. Rich-'
mond. and Mrs. Annie Jones, of Starke.]
M?DE HO EFFORT
TO CHECK RIOTERS
Salem. Mass. Not em er 4.?That
militiamen and poiietmen made no;
effort to prevent tue attacks upon;
street cars in Lawrence on the morn?
ing of January St, and that tbe can
were besieged by an organised gang of j
about twenty men. .vas the testimony j
to-day of Leo Read-', our of the tea-1
Ms strikers, at tbe trial of Ettog.]
Uiovannitti and O.ruao for the murder
of Anna Lopizio.
Ready declared he wss near the
scene of the riot ihat morning, and
that the strikers were peaceful.
T saw this gang of twenty men ga
up and down the streets.'' said Ready.
"They were arm?d ?Ith ?-ltibs. with
which they .-mashed th- windows of
the cars. Some of the:u threw chunks
of ice. The policemen on the street
maile no attempt to *i?p them. Neither
did the soldier* "
"Did you see lh? po'lee when the
windows w.-re beinv emashed'" asked
Attorns c;,..ti- lto? w.t. Jr. " Tea.
several times." said steady -I saw one
of thi- k. ra com? toward th-- rurb
and steep ah v. ap ? ? hunk of lea.
i-r:< or Ms p-?s "a d to he. -there's S
cop', ami h? said to h- wi'h the
?!> ? .'1 '?'? chunk of lee d ,ve
.it the car window Tu? poltc-m-tn
m.Tle no rfT >rt to arrest htm."
SeVetal Lswr' nrr women anil child?
ren aorke-s testified that police and
militiamen clubbed tl I liters. One told
..- the stabbing <H a fvnrtren-yearf-old
I...- ? p soldier.
The.-r.-ts HoilHaj who w.ts e.ie ol
th.. \m?rlean rre?i>?i? o* th. strike
reeeaasthre. hastl >ed t:.a? he never heard
? ;t?.-?; sree violent ?sctlon The wit
? . ., oii< ?"f I *t". s speeches
to the strikers as roll ova
The great pe-wr ..f the wwrk'ne
...^ii. la when th?y da nothing sad
-<malr> anenlstely qufrt Wsth their
arms folded. As saoti ?? p-, ;..|d
tui arm- there will be rr> one ta
: o ' 1 %'itomobllee r? the rfei? Then
, .n \i- i have the . apitafl** rises sf
your mercy and be nn ?%?? way ts
? Aireadv we have accomptlshil hare
bat l.tee years Sf fWtrkrtianity have
The Pianola-Piano 9
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tot done. We have brought together i
n one body the Italian and the Turk, ;
.he Frenchmen and the German, the
englishman and the Irishman. Stand
together aotldl). let there be no vio?
lent ti]>i'"inK, and we will win.1'
l ueeral at Urn. Her. ,
The funeral of Mrs. Kate A Ray, I
vidow of William I). Ray, who died
lUddenly at her home. Uli East Mar
ihall Street, Sunday niarht. will take
?lace this after::oon at I o'clock from
be V. nahie Str.-.t Baptist Church In- |
erm> nt will be made in Oakwood j
;emetery. Mrs. Ray leaves two sis- j
era. Mrs. W. e. fetephenson and Mrs.
V. A. Wilson; two brothers, C. G.
:raighill and J. W. Craighlll, and two
ona, L A. Ray and 8. H. Ray.
Elijah C. Kahler.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.)
Lynchburtr, Va.. November 4.?Kiljah :
Kabler. age?i sixty-two yearn, died
nag night at 10 o'clock at St. An- I
IreWs flospital, where, he had been j
11 for a time of a complication of i
Haeases. He was a nat;ve of Bedford |
bounty, but had lived most of h<s !
lfe In Campbell County. He was a ?
iwmber of Memorial Methodist Church
tnd of the P. O. S. of A., of Lynch
>urg. Mr. Kabler la survived by his '
eife, three sons and two daughters. I
ta follows; Mrs. J. G. Sheckels, of Cln- I
ilnnetl; Miss Elsie Kabler and N?eh- I
>las Kabler. Fred Kabler and Robert
?Cabler, ef Lynchburg The funeral
will take place to-morrow .norning
tt 10 o'clock from 2C03 Fifth Street.
Walter F. Flora.
(Special to The Times-Dispatch. 1
Lynchburg, Va, November 4.?Word
las Just been received here of the
leath of Walter F. Floyd, formerly a
resident of Lynchburg, which took
jlace Friday night at Asbeville, fol?
lowing a prolonged Illness of tuber?
culosis. The young man, who was
wenty-three years of age. was a son
>f Mr. and Mrs. Walter P. Floyd, of
Amtierst Courthouse, who are now
?pending the Winter on their planta?
Mr. Floyd was formerly a student
it the High School here, after which
le went to V. P. I. He is survived, in
iddition to his parents, by the fol?
lowing brothers and sisters : Mrs. E.
Turner, of Gaits Mills: Mrs. Peyton, of
M be marie County: Miss Mildred Floyd.
>f Amherst County: N. B. Floyd and
Jeorge Floyd, who are wintering with
their parenta in Texaa. It Is expected
that the bur'al will take place at Am?
tierst Courthouse to-morrow.
H. Welvls Chles,
(Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch]
Lynchburg. Va.. November 4.?H.
Kelvin Chick died Sunday afternoon
it 2 o'clock at the Home and Retreat,
following an operation. He was born
in Appomattox County July 4. 18S4.
Mr. Chick was an active worker in
the College Hill Baptist Church, and !
he was president of the Welcome Class 1
of that Sunday school. He was also
a member of No. 17 Lodge of Odd Fel?
lows, of thts city. 1
Mr. Chick Is survived bv his wife,
whom he married in Appomattox Coun?
ty six years ago. He has the follow?
ing brothers and sisters surviving:
A. B. Chick. J. E. Chick, E. L. Chick,
of Appomattox County, and W. C.
Chick, of this city: Mrs. A. F. Drink
SHE AROUSE.?Died. Monday. Novem?
ber 4. 1912. at 5:30 A. M . at his resi?
dence. 920 North Twenty-fifth Street.
HORACE UOEXE SHEA ROUSE.
Funeral THIS (Tuesday! MORN?
ING at 11 o'clock from residence.
JONES.?Died, in Danville. Vs.. on
Monday, November 4. at 1 A. M. MR.
T. NORMAN JONES. SR.. of Wilson.
The funeral will take place in
Danville, and the burial from the
Southern Railway station in Rich?
mond at 2 P. M. TUESDAT. Novem?
ber 5th. and in Hollywood Cemetery.
Interment private. _
JOHNSON.?The funeral of the late
E. E. JOHNSON, who died suddenly
in this cltv October 29th. took place
October 31 In Lynchburg. Va Inter?
ment in the Presbyterian Cemetery.
?rd and Mrs. C. E. Carson, at
Eimattox. and Mr*, j. p. Carson
iss Mabel Chick, of this city.
Mrs. Mary E. Praaaan.
[Special to The Tlmes-Dlspate*).]
Salem. Va., November 4.?The...
main of the late Mrs. Mary E.
ion. whose death occurred at 1ft o'<
t-eaterday morning in BlueSeld.
taken to Roanoke to-day. The fui
services will take place from the
r?f her son. Thomas I. Preston,
Falrvlew Tuesday morning at
j clock, and interment will be
in Pairv'ew Cemetery.
Mrs. Preston formerly lived
Sa!? m. where she la well known,
was a member of the Baptist Cbur
und was eighty-five years old.
Is survived by five sons and
laughter, namely, Thomss I., of
view; A. s.. of Alabsms: D. W
I. N.. of Bluefield. and O. E. . of
and Mrs. Anna Dear'ng. of Bes
W. Va. She also leaves two
Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Musgrove.
Bedford County, and one brother. W.1
Robertson, of Vickers. Vs.; besides,
lartre number of other relatives
Itoanoke, Vint on and Bedford.
Mrs. Ella M. raarl
? Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Fredericksburg. Vs.. November
Mrs. Ella M. Charters, wife of
J. Charters, of Stafford County,
this city, died Saturday at bar
in the forty-third year of bar
after a lingering illness. She w
native of Spotsyrranta County,
had a large family connection in
Spotsylvania and Stafford
She is survived by her husband
[Special to The Timee-Dispatoh.]
Winchester, Va.. November 4-?B
erly Jones, eighty years old, died
afternoon from a complication of
eases. He leaves three sons and
daughters. He was a son of
Jones, and his mother was a Miss
dolph. His wife was Miss Rebecca 1
ball, member of a distinguished
erick County family. He was a
federate veteran and member of
Protestant Episcopal Church.
The a de re C. Kramer.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.J
Winchester. Va.. November 4.
telegram received by A. Merton
Krenter announces the sudden death
his half-brother. Theodore C. Kr
yesterday in De Land. Pia., where he 1
been living for nearly thirty ys
He was a son of the late George Krei
er. Jr.. and was born here elxty-1
years ago. He leaves a widow, w
was Miss Virginia Kurtz, one daajpj|
ter. one sister and many other
Dr. H. I>. fellies.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.)
Pulaski. Va.. November 4.?Dr. 1
Collins, a native of Carroll County,
died yesterday at a Baltimore
from perHonltls, following an op
tion which waa pert or aed several
before. The body paaaed through
laaki this morning, being taken
his farmer home at Woodlawn
burial. He had been located at
gees. Eastern Virginia, -but bad
all plans for locating at Pulaagi wt
in two weeks from the day of
death. He is survived by a wM
who was Miss Allie Hoover, of
well. He was thirty tears old.
[Special to The Tl mes-Dispatch. ]
Lynch burg. Va.. November 4.?Th
B. Dornin. aged eighty-eight years, one;
of the oldest residents of I.ynehburg, a
veteran of the Mexican and Civil Wars,
and one of the men who crossed the
continent in the California rush for
gold in 184*. died at his home this
evening here, after a long illness. He
spent four years In the California
gold fields and returned here to live,
after a trip to South America. At the
time of bis retirement, five years ago,
he was sen*or member of the firm of
T. B. Dornin Company, contracting
tinners. He married in IMS, hl? wife
dying a year ago. For a time he was
superintendent of the city water de?
partment. He was a Stewart of Court
Street Methodist Church and ess.
leader for twenty-five years. He w
one of the organizers of what is now
the Florence Crittenden Home here.
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