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? >?>*? he** resateed
aadMm Feur & stow, aa* Char Us
?L Talbatt. tae iinuii? to take place
?? Wedaisaay sveiung, NotttaMr ?7.
et ? e'elock. In ttf- Jeha'a Mpbatiaal
??uroh. ?? Kaosvuie. Tann. A reesp
aatam wall roUow the ceraeaoar at the
??area la the beau of taa brides pa
seats, ~Blver Baad." to which several
eutadrod guests have been Invited- Taa
weddtag to et zaueb Interest to aoetaty
ta Biahaioad. where Mr. Talbptt at
?all kaowa la ?lab circles, h?s faeuiy
being eaa ?C the meat neoanlaeat in taa
baaa ahm ta
_t taa belts green
. by taa aUcaatoad eeratss Club ?tu
ka daaeed ta taa new sa-ilros? of the
?tobst ens' Uetal taia winter. The Mon?
day auxtnaaa bare far any anther ad
tears bean gtvsa at the Manoalc Teas
Baa, w?ta the mouHis of aae asset
about als yaara ace, waleh taafc plaea
at taa Jefftreaa Hotel, ail aorta at
loraly hangings aad Sicaratloaa have
beea need la taa new ha 1 Irenes, alt'
Baled aa taa tenth floor of the Hick
asead. aad tan Oar man Club dances
will be unusually brUllaat affairs this
asasan. Suynar wil la all probability
be nerved dawaatalre la the dlaiac
reeaa, taaaebttt ta soid-eelored drap
"tw??!? eharity eerdperttoe wilt he
advaa fata weak in wateh society wo
aaaa will take aa aetiva part. The
atolto Warriaaa Orato ml the ghalbtrlad
Afnas Free WaauJial to giving a Ma
eard party at the Country Club od
srrldasy. htovautber t. at i o'clock. It
wtll he a most fashionable affair and
akanViia-wfll be aarred at the card
tahlaa d> great asaay tables aa?w al?
ready beaa aside up aad these mmm*m
tabiaa far thta entertelnnssnt may do
aa by notifying Mr* Preston Coeke,
atra Aranwtead L. WeHford. atra One.
ttaetli ?p atra. Jean Harrison,
tatthtr Ma; bridge tournnment will
teee thai afternoon la the aadt
of the ladfnffaaa Betel far the
-far laonrablao aad the rmUmt
tarn* mt Needy Cwafedaratt Weesen.
The toanaatfl. which to gtvea under
fbahUtiabli patronage, wtll basin at 4
e*stoak aad handaoms prises are ta be
awards* far the hast scores. Nearly
led tahlea have been reserved aad the
wfU he open for these
Mr. eibd Mr* Turner Ratrla. of Bran
dar Mating, hare tasusd cards far the;
nUrrlage of Mrs. atotrle. alster. Ulna
Crtatora Taneey Payne, ta Deugtos
Thrift, the Barimfffir to take place en
the merntns of Thursday. November
14. at Christ Bptocopal Church, at,
Brandy, aftaa Payne to a daushter of
the late John W. Payne, of CtUpeper.
and to flleaaaatly remembersd here,
where she spent several yaara at Pow?
ell? School. Mr. Thrift to prominent?
ly known In both business aad social
circles aad formerly lived ta htadi
Waablncten Danffbtars of the Con
federaey are plannlns brilliant aaetol
events for the aaUoaal convention ot
the United Dsaghtsrs at the Confed
eracr, which to to be held there No
vor?ber 13 to It. An enthusiastic
meeting; of the entertaiataeat commit
ALL lUmS OF NOSES
We can art any shape nose with
glasses that will stay on and be I
cfwBrpr table. Bat the most im?
portant of all, we can examine
roar eyes, and give yon the
TJb; Davniond nuereliants.*
J.S. JAMES, Im,
Special sale of Scotch
go to Track's Drug Store.
Oak Bath Seats. 9Sc each.
Tse E. B. Tiyk C*
KLeanan am mmmm flaaal 4Va*
lWW If law IW IP
BasSa* |ua% -a tahsAsawaB^BaW I
munmtj BsmBae at "?ran^BwU wwbb a
Meat (#fa> Wool Usrfirtjar/aa
as^aa jaa atari fl.SDf| ftfi
WarailfUmx Uood Under- CA
wear, ?alt price. 4/VC
Battle Ribbed Underwear, tat
ftroo?, tout* wearing load; Zfi
par garment. ?wt
baa, otatfoni of local daughters,
aaadee as Mrs. K. at. Be brock, was
bald at the New WUard last wssb. aaa
ap U?tsr**ung program lor taa con
Oa* of th* principal social srsoU at
the weib win aw oa TbsrVesy. Movsn
bar 14. at a o'clock, when President j
ana Mrs. Taft will receive th* dslsgatss :
at tits Waits ifeass
Tbe presidents o( the District ?map-1
tan gad Miss Kannte Randolph Hetn.
prasideai at the heather* H*ii*i So?
ciety, will also assist th entertaining
the guests. Among others who will.
entertain at teas are' the Coiemai
Dames to the visiting Dames among
the U. D. C at ta?ir aino rooms, fclx
taaath and I. .Streets*Kurthwe*t; Mrs.
Philaader P. Ciayton. Miss Bristol.
Mra Uarrtot Turner, Mrs. a. A. Wi.lls.
Mn. Phoebe Hamilton Seebrook. Colo?
nel Hilary A. Herbert and bis daugb- j
tar. Mrs. Dsnjtmin Micou.
The satartaiamsnt cominitte* Is com- ?
posed of the following: Mrs R, H. Bo
, each, chairman: Mrs. Maud* Howsil [
1 Smith, vice chairman; Miss MaiT Am
I blsr. Mrs, Robert Bowle. Annapolis.
Md.; Mrs. J. C Boyd. ths Misses Boye*.
Mrs. Cope. Mrs Morris I? Cross!!. Mr*.
M Csleman. Mrs. John De P. Doua
'Annapolis. Md.; Mrs. Rosier Dulsney.
Mrs. WUttaaa P. Dennis. Miss Jessie
I Dsil. Mrs Jamse EHerson. Miss Clernl
jnia Person. Mrs. R. H- Golddberough.
Mas, Martha Olslow, Mrs. Louis Greene,
Mia, Hoes. Mn. Burton Harrison. Mrs.
Waiter Hsrsnman. Miss Caroline Har?
old. Mrs. Chartas B- Howry. Mrs. Kate
Kearney Henry, Mia. Aronlbald Hop
. kin*. Mrs Dr. Hardin. Miss Virglms
I Jones. Mr*. Beaj. Logie, Mrs. Horace
' H. Lurton, Mrs. Linaeay Lomax. Mrs.
I Andrew Ltpocomb. Mrs. Virginia Mil
I lor. Mra Edward & Munford. Mrs. Ben- j
Jam in Micou, Mra B. Northrop. Cnevy
Chase: Mra. Ross Perry. Mra Campbell
Pry01, Mra. Waltet Peter. Mrs. Patten.
Mrs. Fannie Kicks. Mrs. Philip Ryan,
Mrs. John Ritchie, Mrs. Leigh Rooln
son. Mrs. Harry Rust. Mra. A. X. Stave
la*. Mra. awewaen. Mrs. Sluyden. Mrs
Sbands, Mra. W. A. Smoot, Mra. C C
Tucker. Mra Haonis Taylor, Mrs. Tal?
ly Vaeghaa. Mrs. Waller, Mra John
Sharp Williams, and Mrs. Ouy Whit?
At the Cooatry Crab.
There will be music and dancing at
ths Country Crab this evening, and ? i
large gathering of the younger so- .
clety set to hear 'be election returns |
. which wUl be repeated oat there Im j
' the amusement and interest of the;
1 guests. There will be several small I
dinners at the clubhouse preceding ths
hop. and decoration* are la chrysaa-,
tbemuma and rod leaves. 1
*Tbe New Tech. Tribune of recent is?
sue contains ths toUowing account at
Interest to the brides relativ** hare:
I -With only members at the two
I families present. Miss Sale P. Red
maa waa married to Dr. Arthur & Vos
burg Saturday at the home of her
mother. Mm. Thomas H- Rodman. 1?
Kant Thirty-ninth Street. The Ree.
William T. Crocker, of tba Church of
the Bptphanr. ou?e?Ued.
gowa was of whits chiffon and satin,
lad aha warn a lace veil. Therewere
no bridal attendanta. Dr. Fss?"?? kt
the son of Dr. Benjamin F. Vsaourg.
of Berlin. Md. H* waa graduates
fxWcolumbia la UH. and three y-r
Uter from the CoUsge of Physicians
stTswBsea*. Ha aad Mm. !
wUl epend a few weak* in >
trip, and on their return wUl Ur*
rtjit East Thirty-ninth Street. Ths!
Kodmaaa formerly Hved oa the
hetekaT aad ?MM keep up
Brooklyn aSUlatmaa. The te^ Cary
Salden Rodman was a brother of the
At the Art Cham. _ ?..-i?e
Mr. Haider win speak ob ^??f1-*!
Decamtioa" at the Art Club of Rkrh
mond to-morrow afternoon at
o'clock- The lecture bss been postpon?
ed from Taaaaay ?? *'*am^?L?l
count of election day. but the History
of Art Class will meet sa aeual this af
tLiaoaVt-*?f o'clock- Klcha?o-d
people am araatly laterested tothd1
commencement of the rearMar
afternoon lecture* at the ArtJM?
Thea have been among the dcUghtful
charming afternoons of each win?
ter for aeveral years part aad taa
dab rooms have bad s*e*y ^?uereatm?
. ^?therfag? of laterested e^Ol^ ?P??
! these occasions. DeeoraUens for th*
Hectare to-morrow afternoon wiu as
^in^taaa. flower, aad foliage, and tea
wUl be served later la the sit*moon.
"kUaa Jcssi? McMlnn entertained at a
linen shower oa Saturday afUmooa at
her hoe**. Mttt Orwve Avenue. la bower
of Mise ?e ile Oeatry. whaae marriage
V, J. Herbert Knight will he e*?ebr?ted
to-morrow A color scheme e*T red
end white was carried eat la the
decorations, and lighted candles and
rase* of Americas Beauty rasas aad
1 white chryaaintheaiems wem aaed
everywhere, rrogreaatve hearts was
played, and the prtee waa waa by ante
Florence Omtter. A doebte heart, oa
which wem haad-painter cupids. was
'suspended bctweea the fobttng doom
. into a r'ng from which th* ?Wet warn
I showered *i?on tb* guest mt hsaor. The
' gtfta were thee hung on % clothesline
with ttsy clothes pina M*ss McMlnn
1 wore a white lace govrn with tosc'iea
of red. aad carri d a bouquet of Ameri?
can Beauty rooce. Miss Oewtry waa
gowtxd in alee charatevx** aad also
LcarrKJ American BeauUes* fcs
freshmeats wert acrveO ?y Mttle Emiiy
Bett ami Juliet Lao Waedeea.
Those presoat wore Mm* IdMaVV Co?
bs*. Mra. Zed ?rtatUk Miss Corinth
Kaight. ^isa Uouhmcsata. Misses Laara
Vensa. Bertha Athlaetaj BeaMa *WaHha
Oraca Jsssc*. Mm Welfard garh wtaas,
Mise Dew Stoeali. Mkw Lu^sale Can
1 ninaham. Mm. lr*r* Thompson. Mrs. M
[ p. Themas. M??s 0**r*i* Eaass*. Mtss
' Winston Oeatry. Miss Otherbpe Khag.
Mhts Maleu Meta, Mtm Sadt* dektaa.
Mam Maty Si ist 111 ~ '
?ley. MM* nsfadei
Belle whltlock. ef Barton Height*
??as several veeal ?alittHaa lattto
Thoatae Psermna aad Ilaalto Philips
war* taa prtoe winners la a uMtoeslee
sheet game.* Rsfrsabsnsato war* served
at midnight, aaa taa gait,to were greet*
ad ?rlta a*w snrnrtoee These present
war* hue*** Caihsrtne Ore*** Itaalto
Philips, Ethel Crouch, . laobel Colley.
Ethel Suttee, Margery atoereSeM. Oer?
trade Wagamaa. Tyler Wanatan,
Neora Dural Nary Salle Wbiueca,
Lucille Fax. PbylU Morrison, E?beeca
rroat Elacra Peerman. ArdeU Daria,
Ullto Daria: CoUmaa Wbitlock.
Veraen Daria, Herbert Taylor. Tom
Pear mac, T?rpla. PkJlin* CabeU
Truma* Irving Thoaaaeoa. Curtto
Thompson. Cecil Morrison, Parker Pos.
Freddie Rusk*!. Neat Wright, Horace
Wright, Warren TUtor aad Kenneth
TUton_ _ I
'hfr'aad Mra Matured Call hare an
nounaed taa anssaesneat of their
daughter. Elisabeth, to James Harry
Alexander, of Atlanta. Oa, The wed
dins wtU be celebrated some time la ?
The Chesterfield Chapter. ' United
Daughters of the Confederacy, will
meet this afternoon at >:Xt o'clock,
with Mrs. George Paul at her home.
Had Balnbridge Street. Tale to the
regular monthly meeting, aad all mem?
bers are asked ta attend.
The central committee of the Asso?
ciation for the Preservation of Vir?
ata!* Antiquities win meet this morn?
ing at 11 o'clock, la the rooms of the
Virginia Historical Society. A full at?
tendance to desired.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Braach R-.Allen Auxiliary will be held
this mornTng at II o'clock, la the an?
nex to Murphy's Hotel.
The regular monthly meeting of the
CluaeU of Jewish Women w(U take,
place la the basement of Temple Beth'
Ababa this afternoon at 4 o'clock.
There will be aa a i it r aaa by a delegate
from the Association Opposed to Equal
Suffrage, followed by a vocal solo by
Mrs. John Frlsehkorn. Mr. Bebb will
accompany the soloist oa the piano,
latter a social hour will be held and
all friends of the Council will be wel?
atra. James a. Askew. 14? North!
Twenty-ninth Street, announces the
marriage of her daughter. Jennie Katb
erlne. to H. B. Dunn, of Houston. Texas.
The wedding took place aa November
4. at New Orleans.
fa aad Out ad Tews.
atra. Pratt aad her little sea are
spending the month of November with
the former's parent* Judge aad Mr*.
Bevertoy T. Crump. j
Miau Mary Lyons has returned to1
Richmond, after a visit to Mr* Wast-!
more land Davis, near Lees burg.
aft* Brace Bow* of this city. Is a
guest of Mrs. William Shel borne, at her
cottage at Virginia Beach
Miss Mary War* of Birmingham.
Ala., rs the guest of Miss Martha Rob?
inson, at hey home oa Waat Franklin
Mr* I? H. Otey. who has beea visit?
ing Mr* Charles X? Chappell for the
peat ten day* left yesterday for her
MMe Cera Fields and her another are
at zlS ?aat Franklin Street for two
month* before going to Mew York.
GLAD TO LEAVE NEW YORK
New Torn, November 4.?The Count?
ess of Essex, who has been visiting
friends In this country for three
month* baa sailed for England
aboard the Oceanic. She said that she
was glad to leave, as aba bad fcund
-the noise of New York very trying."
Tt to wonderful bow so urny otover
people manage to do important work
In the midst of auch a turmoil." she
?aid. "There to so much rumbling aad
tumbling. Everybody doing eorasthlng
all the time and apparently never rest?
ing. It to smart ng that there to nay j
one alive at all In New York-"
: The only thing the countess did like j
was a basehall game she wt
It to aa experience that
wants to forget, ehe said. _
she uaawHira baseball vastly superior
to cricket, because the game la so full
of life aad contagious earth
$8.00 24*. Tea Sd
Tuesday Another Great Day of
1 Bargains in the
Dependable Apparel at Unusual Price Savings, ?
Few of the Many Bargains Advertised:
The variety includes Enamel Bar
Pin*. Brooch**, Fancy Pearl and
tManitent Brooch**. Slipper Buckle*
Ut c?t steel-silver, gunmetal and gold;
Watch Coat Chains. Sterling Silver
Rhiaeatont Rings aad Stick Pus, Belt
Pia*, Small Silver Mesh Bags, and
maay other too numerous to mention.
34c Embroidery Collar*,
?ilor and pointed back*...
Setae with cons to match. ?
<*mmtiN*s DRESSES. SUITS
?2JJ Wall ?lade Tub Dresses of
chambray, Russian style, boa plaited,
daintily trimmed in ptpiac and band?,
all colors. 2 to 6 year*; Pro- QJZg*
gTetaive price. 7*7C
13.98 Child'* Peter Thompson Suit
of navy. wool serge, red cottar and
braid trimmed, kilted skirt; IM AO
$2.50 Curly Bearskin Child'* Coat,
of unusual warmth, white
and navy, 2 to 6 years; Pro?
Children's Coat* of shepherd plaid,
serge, covert aad mixtures, full naed,
plain tailored and fancy trimmed, 6
to 14 years, value* to $6.00; ? *} AO
SIR WILLIAM GREENE
Scut by British Government to
Japan to Succeed Sir Claude
BV LA MABAIISE DE FOETEXOY. 1
SIB William Conyngham Greene,
who ban Just been appointed
British ambaasador in Japan, in
succession to Sir Claude Macdon
ald. was two years ago nominated to
the post of minister at The Hague, but
was rejected by Queen W11 heimln* and
her government, as persona nop grata
owing to the role which he had played
at Pretoria as English charge d'af?
faires on the eve of the Boer War. He
had a eery stormy time there in bis
efforts to enforce the dele and prop?
erty rights of the UlHandera, or for?
eigner*, among wham the Bwgtish were j
included, was the object of all aorta'
of charge* of duplicity on the part ot
President Kruger and of President
Stein of the Orange Free State, and ul?
timately received his papers in Octo?
ber, lttt. when Kroger made his extra?
ordinary appeal to "the God of Battles."
and invaded Natal Sir wanum and
Lady Otasne got away la perfect safety,
although for several days great aajtr*- j
.. ^.vu uu tneir account in Eng- i
->w!r- *o * eeiw?e? *e ?hc offect |
th!*t they had been mas-acred. \
By reason of the refusal or Queen
WiBtelmma to receive Sir William al?
though he had spent so*** time at The
Haan* aa secretary ot legation when
?be wsa a girl of tan. Sir Alan John
stone (whose wife is a sister of Gif-1
tard Pinchot, of Washington. D. C. and ,
Xsw Tora.) waa transferred to The |
Hague, his place at Copenhagen being
taken by Greene.
JBr William, who is a Meter at: the j
Dutch language, is a brother of Jinn-,
kett Greene, the singer, and like the lat-;
tar. aa Irishman- After the Boer War,
he was sent is mlnisher to Switzerland, j
wherThe w2s mse^tih* subject of a!
rather sensational episode. On the oc-,
caaion of a New TsaPs Day reception
in the Federal Palace at Berne, jeja
said to have remarked confidentially
it,. th??? re. I
cent and sensational scandal In connec?
tion with the mysterious death of
:o: Paris: -Ah! when it win be :
necessary to go to France's aid after f
the fall to which she U running. H will
have to be done with brain spcciaMsts
and nurses from lunatic asylum*. A
secretary of the French embassy over?
heard this and reported it to h<s chief,
vho aa dean of the diplomatic corps
at Berne, called upon Sir William to
explain. Sir WlBiam declined to give
nay explanation whatsoever, oo the
ground that In the ?rat place it waa ?
matter of Indifference to him what re?
ports *ev**dr?pp*r* mad* concerning
htm. and that, moreover, since the
French ambaasador Ralodrs had taken
upon himself to make sues frequent
unfriendly ? apart* ahemt htm, with the
view of securing bis recall, be did not
himself bound to give asy **
Sot long afUrwarda Sir William was
?isaitil to the more important and
iuerattv* ?lulu ef Bucharest; and
now at the age *f ?fty-s*x And* Mm- I
self advanced to fall ambassadorial
rank. ^T*m*a?* that on eventual,
reoTemant from the secvlceh. wtU re-;
cetve a mack birgw ponsloa for the
remainder of his life than weald other
wls* have been the case. As ambas-j
sadar at Takln he wiU have a salary j
of $?).**> a year, besides a very bans
***** ?hart*! residence and garden and
? number of *Uowances and perqaie
itoa Moreover, the English ambassa?
dor at Tokio is particularly favored by
she court aad government of Japan,
owing to the . latter a aniance with
Great Britain. Sir WlHiam ^?iwa?*
bis m??her. a *r*r>d*on afthe thr*a
Lord Planke?. whOe hi* wife. Lady
Uly Greene, one of the only "IXIthsad
ers" at Peetwla who ever found savor
with old Mra Kruerrr S* a daughter of
the Bftk Earl of Cwortown
The most interesting of Sir WHltam a
colleagues at the Japanese capital w?i
be the French emhaasaddr Gerard, who
was French reader and eeerahjey a*
Empress An gust* after the war et ?it.
*?<d suhseow-af?- need tb- kn*rw!ed*a
which he derived of the imperial Oer
? c?ur- to write Tb-t I*" *><*2<
entitled "La Socle t*_d* B*rt'B-".JI?apX
the pen name of "fount Van-Ill ?a
hook which ha* been translated Into
almost every Earepeaw language
la view of the fact that the next
h?tr to Lord Fcmswtb at aa American, i
the octe*tenar**n Henry Edward Pel-j
lew. wheee boote J* on Masssihasaltsj
Avenue. WarhrnaTtaa. P. CUjaad] Wfapl
?r<Tds Hi* w'e'er* at- Sand Oaks, kta
ptoce near Alka?, B. C, It may ha af
in.-?t to ??at that tb*- r*?" *""*."'?
TTesse near Banter, la TWonshtr*. has]
?**t bee* totally destroyed by are.
Fortunately, meat of the con teats off
the statelv *M manstcn were saved. |
fr-, fa w-? e*t.e e-n-n e*?ve t* Of-t J
with an -art* af art ti?anr** andretka
of seteetrts h?*??wteal value Lord Ks- ,
ef fk- da/aatappep af
Chandler of the name tabtHiKlon. and
who. making hi* bom* on Baet Twenty
sixth Street, Now York. 1? now the sec?
ond heir to the Barony of Exmouth.
The fact that Professor Pellew. of
Columbia, and h?a son?known at col?
lege as "Peaches" PoUew?are to all
intents and 'pnrpoeee Americans does
not constitute by any mean* the only
association of their family with this
country. One of their ancestors. Sam?
uel Pellew. owned In Maryland the es?
tate that Is now occupied by the Naval
Academy of Annapolis, and it wua be?
cause his sons fought on the British
side in the War of Independence that
he received no compensation whatso?
ever for his lands. Of hie four sons,
one was killed In a skirmish which
preceded the surrender of Burgoyne at
Saratoga., while another was Ad?ireJ
ear Israel Pellew. who commanded the
Conqueror In the battle of Trafalgar.
Still another son, Edward by name,
likewise rose In the royal navy to the
rank of admiral and after having re?
ceived In turn a baronetcy and the Ba?
rony of Exmouth for bis naval ser?
vices, was finally raised to the rank
of viscount, and endowed with a per?
petual pension of $10.0*? a r?*f. aa a
reward for bombarding and destroying
the fleet and arsenal of Algiers, thus
crushing the power of the pijs^osJ
Days of Algiers, whose cruiser* bad tor
hundreds of yearn epread terror and
desolation along the entire coast of tne
Mediterranean. It may he remember?
ed that the United State, took a no?
table part te the bombardment, tats
being the flret ocaaion on which the
American fleet baa gone into action
with the Britlnb as friends. Instead o.
aa toes, since the War of ISM
Some time before his death the late
Lord Exmouth commuted the perpetu?
al pension for a aum of |!5?,?JO. which
was placed in trust in such a manner
aa to furnish an Income of about $10.
000 a year for all time to the succes?
sors to the title,_
Arthur Mitchell Samuel, who baa just
been, at the age *f thirty-eight, elected
to the office of lord mayor of the an?
cient city of Norwich, come* from a
Jewish family that baa been identifleo
with Norwich alnce medieval times,
and several of his ancestors, notably
one of the name of Aaron Samuel, were
burned to death at the stake in the
bog market, during the Jewish perse?
cutions of the Middle Agps. In fact,
the neW lord mayor of Norwich can;
?now an unbroken male line of ances- j
try back to Norman times, when bis
forbears first settled In Norwich as art- i
Ificera in metals, and. above alt aaj
makers of armor. They have been
Identified with the city so long that
there is no longer the slightest preiu-;
dice against them on account of their
race and creed; und the charges of be
ing not only of alien creed bat likewise
of alien birth or parentage, which are
so often brought against Jewish citi?
zens seeking elective public office in
England nave been entirely lacking in
the municipal campaign that landed j
Arthur Samuel In the mayoral chair |
of Norwich. _ _.
(Copyright, 1?I2, by the Brentwood
107 C BROAD STREET i
Coroner's Statement Greatly
Brightens Hopes of
[Special to Tito Timsa-Dispeteb.J
HarrUonbiuw, Vi, niovemoer A?
The hope* of Joseph Fraaler. the lal
and Kor? man. who la sharged with
the murder et his wife, brightened
considerably to-day when Coroner
Bleuler end the undertaker announced
that they had disinterred the body at
the dead woman, but were unable te
aad the marks and bruises on the body,
which several witnesses testified they
had aaaa oa the body at the time
they were preparing it tor burial, and
which were aliased to have bean made
by the prisoner, who Is charged with
knocking her down aad Hf-irMng her
when bar babe was bat three darn
old. because. It is said, she waa too
weak to cook aad work tor aim.
The case now becomes involved aad
mysterious and promises to be aa In?
teresting one. htra Cora Dugan testi?
fied that Mrs. Fraaler oa her deathbed
told of her bus band's unspeakable bru?
tality and made' her promise to keep
quiet until after aba was dead. A lit?
tle son of Frasler's has aleo testified
that he saw bla father strike his
mother because she bad given the
three-day-old baby too much cordial.
The boy aald that bla father promised
him a euit at clothes if he would
keep quiet aad not testify against
The dlsinterment of the body, which
eras buried four weeks ago. took place
Sunday afternoon at Island Ford. The
coroner says that If there ever bad!
baaa any bruises oa the body they |
would now be visible This wtu|
strengthen the claim of the defense;
that death waa caused by bloom poison, j
lue to natural onuses.
Fraaler baa been In the courts sev?
eral time*, ones for mistreating hla ]
elf*, aad hla record will not help
aim. He claims now that be waa get
ling ready to surrender last weeh whan
he was arrested. Be claims that the |
'ndignatlon against him in the neigh?
borhood endangered hla life, and fori
that reason he took the mountains
for temporary safety until ha could j
give himself up to the ofneeru
FROM HER BIRTH
Note for $50,000 Now Rises to]
Prevent Girl's Inheritance
New Tora. November 4.?Another
sensational chapter was written In the
story Of Marion Gondale Strong, daugh?
ter of the Ute Mrs. Egbert-V. Strong,
of Babylon, Long Island. wSSB It be
i came known that hOaa Fanny Ballack.
? hoarding house keener at Flanders,
j Long Taland. had presented a |5Q.t<M>
j claim oa the estate of Mrs. Strong.
Mrs. Strong died Intestate last April,
and ISrtv? of bar IMl.tM estate was
to go to her only daughter. Marten,
i who for twenty-one years had seen
estranged from bar mother,
j Through a strangely Inherited ha?
tred. Mrs. Strong cast off her ?augnter
at birth, and up to her daata stead?
fastly refused to become reconciled to
the beautiful young girl, despite the
pleas of Mr. Strong. When Mrs. Strong
died intestate it was considered poetic
justice that the ? bunk of her fortune
should ge te the' unfortunate daugn
Cave Nswae SSaSIg Sede. I
Now the daughter's inheritance is
threatened by tke following promissory
note, dated February 28, 1912: J
-Far value received I promise to pay 1
Fanny Hailock fso.ooo. with interest,
payable at my death.
"MART & STRONG." I
Mise Hailock a claim was presented
te the administrators of tbe estate. Mr.
Streng; aad John J. Bartlett. of Green
point, by her counsel. County Judge
Timothy M Gritting- Although no in?
timation baa been given Mr. Strong or;
baa co-administrator aa to what was
the consideration for the net*, it la
believed that Mrs. Strong took this
Til sat to disinherit the daughter she
Mrs. Strong's hatred for her daugh?
ter could never be erplatned. save en
the ground that Mrs. Strong's mother
manifested tbe same aversion for her
at birth. This aversion waa conquered
by having Mrs. Strong remain con?
stantly In tbe company of her mother.
Hated n*mgketr ream Mrtb
Mrs. Strong, however. Insisted upon |
having little Marion taken from her ?
handsome bom* la Bablyon three days :
after her birth. It was known at the
time that she did not wish to became
a mother, but, aa aba bad always die
played interest in other children, her 1
husband hoped that her maternal in- j
stincts would respond to one of her '
own, la this hope he
and In more then twenty years tnethsr
asd daughter met only thaw* t'snts.
Each time the mother violently aad
hysterically spurned all
by tbe child.
A few days
death, it was U
Strong returned to the bean* of her
parents, on Deer Park Avenue, hut
her mother waa unaware of her pres?
ence *n tbe
Miss HaUock .it is aeid. was a nurse
in the home of tbe Strongs during
her la-t nines*, an* Hailock ahm M
a third < snsln of Mrs. Streng. Aa a
Maflneh waa te receive *- ?
Hailock bad been in
?saTera? her the
of the ?State are
Strung, who is now
Ins at Jacksonville, x. T.. win
fight tbe arrraVs claim.
fSpecial to The Tames Ptaaaiq j
or ngohard Kvetyu Byrd. ?f the Vir- j
gtnto House *f Pear gate*, who ana been "
nmnaglng the Wf
grata before sad
?euremtea, cloned the local
to-night ?h?n be *"*r***>*d
ins ?ting m the ?aal thaws* i
It Prove* Fatal to
[Special te The Timse-I
Lockjaw, brought mm by a
bis bend, was] the death
nicht of Edgar X? Sir kl*. ,
years old. a promtasnt
ager Ulepboae offle* and
sear of the pear, at Hew
Shetland oah County
Zirkle waa flsbing la the eaaatE> J
It was while handling the Si
that hs ran a big splinter
bis hand. The lnju.y:
slight at first, soon best
trouble. His hand swelled
developed, proving fatal Mr.
who weighed probably ltd
widely known. Many people
him as a famous collector at i
Him remarkable collection of
erste relics, which were
chased by P. L Sunlett
Burke, of Harrlsonburg, ware
with great interest by the
of Confederacy recently in
vention tn Harrlsonburg.
waa a member ot the Lutheran <
He Is survived by his widow,
was Miss Larries, of
Frederick County; tour children.
Irdine Lincoln, of ilttshnrgh;
Larrtck and Robert, and five
Mia, Sinker, af Washington;
E. Walton, of New Market;
Trimble, ot Staunton;
KltlFB ?riLDS JAW JOtBTeV
Baltimore, November 4.?A r?
?ble operation, which has resulted _
-eaafuiiy. recently was perforated
a local hospital upon a fourteen-]
>ld boy who since birth had
inable to move his jaws. The
became known yesterday. Whs
eaa born the parents of the bay
.t necessary to ..ed h?m throne*
tabs, for bis jawbone* wore stiS,
10 normal "hinge*." 1
The surgeon cut through tha
mam of bone where the Joints ?
have been and modeled_upon tha
t<oa* actual joints, such aa nature
mally provide*. The child has
the baapital and aaw eaa move
Jaw* as ether children of his age.
215 E. Broad Stxea*.
Serial, Qony, Irish Point.
Marie Antoinette, Tam?
boured. Every kind to select
New Patterns Added to the