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FS. MYERS WILL
of Slain Woman Arrives in
l, Accompanied by Mem?
bers of Family.
Jtaa+o-al ??? !'..<? Time?.Dispatch. 1
Boanok. \ .< . X >\cnibci 1".- \\ 1 ?n
MVmph!.- Special from th<> North
red at Salem tids morning 'I
?ttghi the body of Mrs. J Rappe
>f Salt in. who died W-dnes.iny
ling In j Trenton. V. J., hospital
San* result ..f a pistol wound in
JhCteit ae.-:n. iital'v 1. r d ? lighter,
lias Gladys Myers
aNfce bod>. which w:.s brought from
Rtilad.i i. ? .if i: ?? ..i-anl-d : .i~ss
Myers, th. ?i.iiivt'i!'? ? Rip:-. M>? ?.
K. J, Kai-,". Myeis. Jr. Mis. 1!. TT.
pniard. liluir i>illard. Miss H. ss Hood
HISS He'el: t ?Verholt, of S. ..!?>.. !. . l'a..
Ifiss Gene\i. Ve Null-, Gr.? :is'" irg. l'a.,
|nd Mis. ..lames li. Kireiifeld, of
Breensb'.?ra. l'a :i cous.n "( Mrs.
? <f'Th<- pall-bea'-.-rs ? h<-> accompanied
U?he bod) from the .-tutlon to the homo
Ijjrere R T. Hul.ard. W. M. RuthraurT,
pllenrv i: S'- .ink .1. s l\ i>::r-, .\ Uesrl*
PPpr. IjaiiKh'ii.i and 1". \V Wh.u-scaf*
(er. Ml-'s Myers was prostrated when
ke arrived and was carried from the
to the carriage.
The funeral services will lie con
Elucted In ti.e Salem Episcopal Church
o-morrow afternoon at 4:3?> o'clock by
he pastor, the Rev. J. Scott Meredith
n?e interment will be In East Hill
Among those who accompanied th3
ly was W. R. Cuthbcrt. of lijnchs
lurg. a-ho was the first person to rear/It
Myers after she was fatally shot,
ke daughter ;s prostrated with grief.
|-r\nd her father said his sole concern
i^?ow was to keep her from losing her
W "Although our family burying place
Hats been at Greensburg." said Mr.
fers. "I have bought a plat in tTie
setery at Salem. My daughter and
intend to live in Salem. I have
rht a property there, and when I
se of my business in Greensbur*
too. a ill go to Salem to end my days.
Mjpt daughter will never again be th* j
ne girl, and so lonsr as she lives ahv !
til never handle a firearm.'' I
(Continued From First Page.)
Bon. He Bald further that tho use J
the pulpit Is one of the rights of,:
6 laity. No one else spoke to the j
?esatltate la Offered
James Cannon offered a substitute
?r the resolution, and before reading
he said he thought the conference
ad no right to assume that all of the
j* omen of the church were seeking the
Mghts Involved In the resolution, but
'bjat only a few were making \he re
1^ ?est. Including some of the ablest of
She women. He said further that he
MS no use of brinsrlng up this sub
:_4&?t in this way when it could be
.fought before the General Confer
Jce in the regular order, in tho form
memorial. The substitute which
m Tired Feet With But j
a Single Thought?TIZ
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Chafed. Tired. Sweaty Peet?
MJjSSSl fer a Free Trial package Quick.,
Tou needn't ruc-be-r?to see foot m!s- j
vur attention every
it is farced
t as much of It as
pDter>> used to o. TIZ has e.ji; at-d us
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?rlneipV?sro-s th.. ?w-e.it ni-<-..1?
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Members of Myers Family ffhtch Figures in Train Tragedy
Dr. Cannon offered la as fellows:
, "Whereas, the request has been made
1 that the Virginia Conference appoint
j a committee of ten members to study
j the question of the extension of the
[ rights of the laity ,to the women of
: the church, be It resolved:
! "That the action proposed is imu
' stial. If not unprecedented, and no
sufficient reasons appear for such a
? departure from our customary form
of procedure. In the Judgment of this
body, it is unwise by this method to
attempt tp force action by an annual
conference upon a question which pro?
perly belongs to the general confer?
ence, and which can be reached in
the customary way bi a memorial to
the general conference.
"liesolved. second. That inasmuch as
this question is before the church for
action, we advise bur preachers and
laymen to give it that careful considera?
tion and stu<iy which ita importance
"It. 11. BENNETT,
"JOHN O. MOSS.
II. K. JOHNSON,
"E. H. EuVWUNOS."
W. A. Christian said that it had been
his intention to make a motion to lay;
the original resolution on the table.
He said further that if any body of
men think? for itself, it's a body of
men who constitute the Virginia Con-'
ference. He then made a motion that
both the resolutions and the substitute
be laid on the table. Th? vote was
taken. Tho whole matter was laid on
Dr. Roya'l call for a "division" in!
the vote taken, and the vote was taken
by count. The resolution wa3 126 in
favor of laying the matter on the table,
any 25 against doing so.
Several features In addition to that
above, which were of more than usual
interest, characterized the session of
the conference to-day. The devotional
hour which marks the opening of the
pesslon of each day. and which Bishop
Collins Denny conducts, is one of the
most popular features of the session,
sad the attendance of licit gates and i
visitors increases with every day. i
Bishop Denny to-day used again the
third chapter of the First Kpistle of
John as the basis of !.ls addrest.
His hop Wilson presided over the con?
ference until noon, and Bishop Denny
then took the chair. After the read?
ing of the minutes of the session of
Thursday by the secretary of the con?
ference and the approval of the same.
B. F. Upfcnmb made a motion tin?
the conference reconsider its action
Of yesterday regarding the eaae of
John W. Fixer to the extent yf adopt?
ing the following resolution a?
action of the conference. Instead of j
the action taken /saterday:
??Re.'olved. That the conference pans
the character of John W. Fixer, with the
proviji.i that he be required to pass
his etaminattot. at the n- xt s*sston <??:
the conference, either thro'tgh the cor?
respondence school at Nashville
fore the examining r om mi t tee of the
Dr. Lipt?comh explained to lbs con?
ference that he desir? d the reconsld
? ration of the action of the body In tafs
.?>?? .n y. sterday ar.-l the nub?t!t'itloi
of the adaption of the resolution just
offered Ir.eteltd be, ??.;*,. the act!'*) "i
yesllidsji *i< a4i Isoi j, when it
should have been mandatory, and was|
partial, when it should have been,
The resolution wns adopted as the
action of the conference in tfcis case. I
EL HC Howe spoke to the conference'
of the importance of the increase in
the contributions from the member-?
ship, in order that air of the op;n?r
tunities of the church may be grasped
and the development of the church
maybe hastened, lie presented a reso- ;
lutiori in which it was recommended,
that every pa-stor preach in his church :
or churches onoe a year on the sub- :
Jest of the duty of tithing as a means .
to Increase contributions, and that ef?
fort be made to train the young people
of the church to realize their duty in
The consideration of this resolution
wa-s deferred until a later session of
the conference on account of the ar-1
rival of the hour lor the order of the j
day for the reception of the cLaas into i
full connection in the conference.
New Class Keeelvrd.
Calling attention to this fact. Bishop'
Wilson said: "Yes, we have reached]
the time for the tirst order of the'
day, and the next order of the day;
to be considered is tint of the ques?
tion of "woman stiffratre.' "
The class received into full connec- j
tion consisted of ten young preachers,'
who were recommended on yesterday. I
Bishop Wilson address. ,1 the class, j
When concluding his - remarks. Bishop;
Wilson said th;it younn preachers just;
entering the conference know only ?nej
side of the life of the ministry. but|
after a service of fifty years preach
ir.g the pospel they w ill know some- >
triinir of both sides of 1; II- then pro-'
rounded the .tisrlplinirv question-*. an<l
wh?n these had !>??< n answered by the
class the vote was p'it before the con?
ference .ind the linss wns received into
t baractere l*a?*cd.
The call of the twentieth question
Wiis r'sumed, "Are nil 'h- preaeiors
blameless in their life and official r.d
salnlstration?** and the characters of
th. following named nr. achers were
passed, and they were trrant?d the re?
lation ir.dt-sted: C K Watts. .1. O.
Lemo .. \. ,\. Whitmorc. \v H. Riddle*,
H P Read?, it r. Herrlch mid .1. K.
Kabier, the saperanaoated relations;
.'. C Rt .<..?..?!. K. I?. ."-mart. \\ . IL Croc
Where Methodist Conference is Meeting
*.?! Kl ?!????? < HI Ml H. tlMIHIUll
tor anil .T. k. McCartney, the supernum?
Answering question twelve, "What
local preachers art elected <i?-acons'.'"
F. k. H. McLain, a local preacher, was
elected to deacon's orders.
Metnorirtl >>pri lee.
Th? conference memorial service
was observed as the order of the day
at 12 o'clock. The memoirs of the
four members of the conference who
had died the past year were read in
the follow incr order: th^ memoir of
A. Clarke Bledso* was read bv s. J.
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There was considerable noise in the
conference room during the first part
of this service, due to conversation
hi. T. Dadmun called attention to this
and said it was "an outrage and a
shame" to have conversation noirjr on
when the conference was engaged :i
the most solemn service of the entire
Bishop Denny advised that Mr. Dad
mun mo<l!fy his language, and then
he called for order, which was .-.??>:,
Bishop Denny aeliv, r-?1 the address
at the memorial servue.
adassaa hj Ke?. H. M ilamill.
The speaker this afterreion and th..- e\.-n
t.-.c aas Rev. H M. Haadtl, tvperiateadent
w the teach.>rsf rraiatara eepertsseat sf the
church The service th.* ? venlnx was the
saciveraary of tb- ? >.n :'? r: no m i, U) iog^;
WILSON TO CALL
EARLY IN SPRING
(Continued From I'irst Page. I
Wilson's decision to call an extra ses?
sion of Congress to revise th. t.irifT
The announcement was in line with
the almost universal recommendation
of Senate and House leader-, and it
met instant response to-night from
Speaker t_iark. Senator Williams. Wil?
liam J. Bryan and from Senator Dixon,
Loionei Roeeeveit's campaign manager.
Earlier in the day Speaker riark
had VeSCed hi- desire for the extra
session in strong terms \ similar
statement had been made early In tri?
week by Senator Martin. l>emocr;itl<
leader , f the Senate.
Some Republican sentiment opposed
to the special session was apparent
among members In the capital ts-ttfcj .
Altboagb the White llonse would not
comment upon the announcement from
New York, friends of Prt esf sal Taft
said the latter had hopel the 1^.,
crats wou'd not bring on anv turrb.-r
dlsturbar.c, c.f business Seritnr M<
Cumber. of Pakota. Republican, ex?
pressed another RepuMIe- ?.;.-,?
namely, that he favored "Re-ting it
In all Democratic htadgaarlejs the
?rtra eesatan was strongly approved
CsaajVSSS wID begin In .1 few srseksi
nrepHrini; for the ardi.ois v.- rk o?
aaafher t.-?rirr revtasea. Tb. nppveach
Ing short session, whlrh ends March '
when the RoawMlcan adrnlr^str.-itior.
goes e/Ot. w:!T >.e eot-vo..- .1 srttl
Ii aal ap|H ??P* lallaa Mihi sad matin
j.usin. at hat t ? W..r ? and Hi ?- Cat
strttee af the Hsejat will hah la wi ?:
?>n the new M?s In .i.inuar>.
I?. t-io. t : t ic !. nder IMid?-rsrSaa\ ' hai '?
man af lb- W-.vs and M'ans CSsa*lWr?
?... i? +xp* ?tedla Wt*hingt>n i.? \?
Ae. k M ? there of this tsawHnw
i aai led with the ?l?:ty of framing all
t,-ar I ills, -in:.- w lb the partttaa
takra PreabKnt-Elect ?Tftaaa '>"
r?|iej;t?d tnveatisatlsna ef i.iriir at hid
alea I ?t? in:id?- uiin?<-er?ary al ?**
Th,- ?'?,> tad M.;m- ??o.-nnii;- ? ?
... J.tr'tary I jc-fbatd> arx?n t".
ratl ?? ae tetal t;.eiir -Iis II
tn. etsa adapted when ibe Ivwii'
ll'-ne- b?a?ti ?>;?? rations u? \r?f< ax?
r?\>.a .'-i t.ir'tT s ?!????? ale hy s-he*
.' . arhe..,i t.> ?' is . sp.-ct-?l ?! .?
s.i..r:i '..ii? ?ri hi nasty ne .ntr.,
<\ tfesj ??> Has Hasse i"* is t ?
-il ,e?sie>n o.nvrB- WiTlna* J
Br;*ii.. ah'n lifcirr. ?! -.f <is?\<n?r
Wilson's aim mro m'nt. said.
. a:!' let;, -nlad t> :" ?r lh.it ??*>'?
. to.i v. con !...?. 4-t'. i.li.? I to ~~
ar- ? \' a i.. vs. ?!? 't n a-* ?b' wiv t n.?
to I t *pe-ted th"t it W .. > o
:ir. J?harp ?Tilllata?, o: Jl"
I th.i h would he stnlt'.' ? e or
w :v.? .'. after p .ttlnu th- revtei.'i
c ss ? INpaMsaM P^WaMewl
n. did f . ! .' r?fi !a*t >?>? .*>
a- sh --ild t? 1 she.a . ,.o?--??e .?
,, in-ia t?--??? :-. "nn r?vi?...n hfJh
. t.. . 11- ajai r iic I'realdeei.
"lvrhat>* r .taje aaaaaaaVMHa sag} l?
s- k-k. ? t..; ?: th' ' ?tra ?-??ir?n t., tbe*c
re ,sf ih. tsrilt t>iat slrend
h *f ? iinssed funtr'a I Ibe 'isrM ol
, !,' -?>.?! t be' i be ? in th'
me* rt 11 m- ?????(?n'ed Tb? r?sna? r t??
1 ? ft !? S ?? tl- .. -er ;.JI b. .J
? t. r It a .1 I? ,'o. ail i'WXIW
.. . r.,?... ..f hj--nt-ine. chslrn<ar.
of tb' IffKl??;\? Nat!< :irj Committee.
and "I think Wiisei Has doe* the
A?. Miss Johnston chose for the title of her first
novel of the War between the States "The Long
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she lias tttrmn the lonmrand, "( ease Firing." In
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the book i? even nrealer than "The I .on;' Roll,'
which the critic* agreed in stvling 'the greatest
w^r novel ever written."
TliroiiKli'iiit the book dencra! I ce m the domi?
nant liw;ure. at Ja< k on wa> in the f< rmer work,
and although tat Story, following hi tors, SMBSl
rioat v, itli lue defeat of the South, it <nd->. never
the leffs, with a tine and sane note of h<|>eftil look'
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Senator Met >.i 1)1 pressed lie:
Republican ? sw, saying:
??I suppose the i ,v i it ??*.. rts the
?latiirnanrn the tt-: I ?io not think
the itfin.t -tats will Nt tempt to put !
through such a mess (if as t i-n plsl
form calls for. i >.?' Bot ?h nk tiiey.
?late ilo It The:: i-iaf-rn: ? >
tioas wen ail rig hi to ?.i before I
I people with, bat th'> know well as
! m e <lo smi it ? i ? ? Isioa ?1 t larin* will
! hrint; COD*Ur: i 11 i ? I ? : ? t. . DOUntrv.
?f neve: Kteu an ?\ti ? ?-.-.on that.
1 diil not <l< .'t al tht) n-.iu Who tailed It !
I President Trift hi..; a ?:? ? f it '
Prepared for i'.ittcr Rattle Against
1 lead ut federation ? f
KocheSU'i N i Nuvetnlter i? A
tight sarainsi the administration of
President r.-.'u. ?><?'. of th- Ani'-ri.an
Kede ration ol Labor, Is to !??? lain n up I
next week bj Socialist delegates to the
? onventl- n in this city. The delegate.*- !
? if the radical tying numb i Hshty-four.
according to > .Mahion Harne?, of Phil-.
adetphia. national campalao managin*]
of the Socialist party, and a delegate
to the ' invention from the i'i?::ir
Makers' Internati?::?! I'r.lon. who will
lead tlx nghL
This group constitutes le^s than one
fourth of the delegates, but Socialists
say man-, come under their banne:
when the rictiit Open*
The nrnt skirmish is expected when
the committee on resolutions reports
:'..? resolution of Delegate l>uncan. of
the United Min- ? erkers, providing]
lor the election -,r ..tti< ?rB of th- fed
rratios b> a rtrterendsau rote of it* -.
I oos.soa members. The Atlanta conven
; i.iii of te? fi d-r. lion adopted a reso
lutlon favoring. *?|a Method 9t election,
provided ii was fi ind upon investiga?
tion ol oAbCCM to practicable. Th?,'
? .-p in of th< executive council, m c >
earlier i tla e/eeh, Indicated SOO nti?
ii.,!...; e> i LntormatlosvaJ unions ct
BJiated . .t.'i in. f.deration had "ic
?lai.-.j against tn? proposal, and twen?
ty-three unions had favored It
Swrun?!? a??Ti That edHeere at the fedare
b Preetdearl <;ompe.-a. ere ob
!,u>.4 la ? ?? Hon hs r?f?r?i,d'jao. and 'hat ff
I ? . loptee ihr d' T'h: of Pr-aldem
'. Karr? ti j > associate* OB the ticcul??
(.?'..:.' i' 1* .erijln.
Delegat? Baraea aald the ;.iembers of the
radii . v :? veuid attempt ta put through
a resolution faforing the withdrawal ef
? leratlen officers from m-mberanlp ta tha
Nail nal Civic Federation According to
ttu National Ctvk Federation Is
nippi rted entire.y by Its r-.ember? outride
c or raolassent, and on that account
totes ttu .ie.varaiee hellere It* purposes
?i sal to the good of labor.
An unconfirmed rumor late 10-day had It
thai Duncan M< Don.:d. of the United htlee
Herkers l? 14 v (hi opponent of Samuel
Ovupen for the presidency of the federe
1 .?? ml-.it;g radee department held a brief
?D-0?.\ to organise, and Mill ho.d a
aeeetoa to morrow. - t.arH.
e. ? ?. . W.aiern Federation of Ml..
. priahfsai ef the depa-igseat. presides
TV- H i ?eaaior. of^The conference o*
the liaerlcan federation of Labor, the ad*
ort.menl having b?-n until Monday. At
lined bj l'r??:d?n' >e ?'.;.-.-- rhla rtcca
Is to allow the lomralttees ample time tu
?;:>.>? u ;.n parc their reports.
-Bllad Ilaoker of Paria*- A at aal ts Ha
Paj .I. November 15.? Augustm Max.
known thro tag ho lit France as the 'bilr.d
hanker ol Paris," has created a mild
sensation In axlaJaCta] circles here hy
surrendering himself to the police and
?o/ifc.sm rig tb.it h- has intsapproni i.tt- '
;?- ?">?>.. of bis elieats* money.
Max declare.] t ii-t t h.- had in.i !? u
ttu depoaitors' f inds in copper and
ni' kel niin-s in New Caledonia. Tb
enterprises were complete failur-s
Max. who enjoyed the highest re; u
tati.>:i in I..inking circles hen, dirtsri
be had . id.-d to commit suicide, i
Was p. rnoaded by his famtl;. to
himself Itp to the police.
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