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TO INDORSE MOVE
_(Continued Krom Fl rot Pos?)_
too public that such subscriptions will
Mot Koonded OB Affection.
"If the arni's:f,n were founded on
A real Affection and reverence for the
mesa >ry of Jefferson I tauld look ?pan
it with different eyes And, however
unpleasant It might be to see an effort
to wrest from me this property, it
would ne som.' ionsolatl>n to SM that
1 could respor.. the motives of thMa) be?
hind the movment. But th*J catnt>aiB'ii
has been atteuaed by numberless an I
wholly unnecessary misstate m on is
about MontlctUu and about my uncle.
Commodore Levy. Those about myselt
1 suppose I must overlook.
"I wsa not an setive participant hi
the litigation that waa bogus alter my
uncle's iieath. when I was a minor.
When the litigation was concluded and
my title to tli? propert > was confirmed
by the courts, 1 set about as ansafflala
a restoration af the estate us s ?ssible.
To preserve Monticello in anu.iiance
with Its traditions has been tiu wish
nearest my heart, and during all those
years sin-e |s7t until a year ago, no
one has said me nay. Mr. Bryan was at
one time disposed to ask the govern?
ment tl buy it. but after giving the
matter full consideration he changed
his mind and assured n*S that Moni:
? Mo was in safe hands
?The puMic has had its free access
to the estate as its safety and pres. r
vation would permit, anil as any lover;
of Jefferson's memory could usk. As
to the graveyard, l would hare taken
the same care of that as I have of the j
remainder of the estate if I had been
permitted to do so.
"I have saiil tl.at I do not expect j
gratitude, but J think every American '
will feel that 1 am entitled to fair;
play. I have demonstrated in the last.
thirty-three years that I have appre- j
dated fully the importance of'properly!
maintaining this hlstoiic place. The!
public will not be surprised that I am j
unwilling to turn it over to a self-j
appointed director, whose Interest inj
the matter has. been of the briefest,!
especially In view of the character off
the campaign of abuse of my family i
and or- the mlsstatements and disre- j
gard of the care 1 have bestowed upon j
"It is proposed to make Monticello j
a public place like Mount Vernon. At i
Montic-?llo the atmosphere of the home]
of Jeff-nson is maintained and the feel-1
?ng of reverence for Jefferson is fos- i
tered. At Mount Vernon an admission j
fee Is charged, and the home atmos- !
pbere has been lost"
Daughters to fief Home. She Soya. I
Assurance that Monticello will be !
given to the Virginia State Division of,
the United .'?aughters of the Confed-]
eracy has been given by Itepresenta
etas Levy, declares Mra Frank Anthony!
Walke, of Ncrfolk. Va., custodian of!
flags and pennants of the society.
"Monticello belongs to Virginia in
the future, and the government shall
not owi. It." said Mrs. Wnike. "Mr. Levy |
has promised t'.at the Virginia di- i
vision of the T'nlted Daughters of the'
Confederacy shail have the old home
of Jefferson. I have his personal as?
surance that the property ?hall go to
us when he has finishsd Its use."
Mrs Walke stated that she was
sp-akir.^ entire';.- for herself and on
her own responsibility. She declares
she arUl oppos? any proposition for its
Thi* week specials in Wo?
men's Jan Shoes, all* sam?
ples and "(Id stock; values as
high as S3.50 the pair.
Young Girls' Button Boots,
in tan, extra high ^J^Q
School Shoes Reduced
Boys' AB Solid
Shoes, for school
Button Shoes, worth
and Lace Shoes, all
Ladies' Tan Russia Calf Button Boots, high slant #| JQ
top, Cuban heels, short vamp; worth $3.00, only... . . . ?5*#/lO
Girls' Tan Calf
Boys' Tan Lace
and Button Shoes,
Sense Comfort Shoes,
1,000 Pairs Children's Sample
Satin Slippers, in red. white,
pink, black, canary,
gold and other col- ?J1 Oft
Patent and Gunmetal Button
Boots, heavy and
light soles, worth #fl AO
$3.50, only. ^l.VO
Shoe Repairing?A Specialty
Men's Shoes Half Soled, nailed.35c
Ladies' Shoes Half Soled, nailed.35c
Work called for and delivered.
Phone Monroe 2830.
'KING OF SHOES" COR. FIFTH AND BROAD
acquisition by th?- United States which
may he advancd by Mrs. Uttleton for
th<- indorsement of th>? United Paugh
ters of the Confederacy convention.
Election Held T<*"t Mehl?M. M. MCGnlre
The oil officer* of the Hermitage Golf
C'ub and all but two members of the board
o: governors were re-elected last night *t
the annua' meeting; of the organization. The
officer* of the eluh are: Murray M. McQuIre.
president: James Lewie AnMeraon. vice
president: John B. Orgaln. secretary and
The new board of governors is constituted
a* follows: Jamea lewis Anderson. R. H.
Meade. Jr.. Bernard Robb and Holt W. Page,
the latter couple being the new members.
Five Floors of
Our Prices Will
Oath or Credit
for the Home.
THIS MONDAY'S SPECIAL IS A WONDERFUL
200 12, 15 and 16-Inch Hand
Decorated Japanese ? 1 KQ
Vases, on Sale at.. V 1 ?W
You cannot duplicate them elsewhere for less than $3.50
and $4.00. They are beautiful goods, and should make
ideal Xmas gifts.
We Give the
See Orr New
Ii Too Waat.
/it a X (2 my -
JUn you \r r>\f m Lr ft M/hen yov v/fnf vsith
me to helft mr ?</??#, iho*e leathe*. chrnlA*
and thai couch 1 IL'ttt. i? km a M/onde X K0V
?well ihey have volt and tfa?y John kickina
ovc/l ihem a* ht 'to* con* ?/'d advide you fAom
my expedience in L \j H ItalheJl chaiX* when you
need neu/ on*. 5(\fy a*? a/so modi com*
fotiattr and f\ m n 6 I o M r /oofcina..
Vou t it?f fAiend.
9 & -And wnrn ^ou *Vuy r.fWm, rememLeA ike
place <o a.?? infm it
If Yon Want
See Our New
We Gtre the
for the Home
Cash or Credit.
Our Priese Will
Fire Floors of
K^L, a 11 t ? ? n
SUTHERLAND CHERRY CORP.
w. uwmm sTriccT
LOCKED 11 PARLOR
i (Continusd From First Paae.)
dltion of ths wrecksd Times b?ndln*
when he arrived there at 7:30 A. M.
He alao deacrlbed the contents of a
bomb found on the premises of Fella]
J. Zsehandlaar. It contained sixteen |
sticks of the explosive, a dynamite cap,
fuse, battery and clock.
Eckhoff. sfter telling how he conceal?
ed McNamara and had demanded money j
from him. was ssked by defendants"
"You mean to say that If MoNamara
had paid you the money- you would
not be here now testifying against the j
"Probably not." answered Eckhoff.
Eckhoff said long before the loss of j
life at Los Angeles he knew James |
B. McNamara was on dynamiting Joba j
HOME MISSION WEEK
Charts ffrfrrfr'f-g Week WIM Bs Shown at
Central V. at C. *V
Extensiv* plans have been made by the I
I central committee in N*w Tork for tb* cele?
bration of home mission week, which begins |
to-day In every State in tb* Union. Rich
. mend churches will taks part in th* mova
I meat, and Charta exhibiting facts about
: borne mission work, or local charities, will |
, be on display at the Central Y M. C. A.
On* week from to-day special services I
j will be held In those churches whose pastor*
see lit to make the effort. All churches In |
the country have been invited to give espe?
cial notice to this movement. la some cities
special rallies have been arranged, with
speaker* provided by tb* committee is New
York, but no such provision baa been made
for Richmond, and unless tbe men's meeting
at the Y. M. C A. 1* turned Into such a rally
none will be held hare.
Tbe chart* on exhibition take in th* prob?
lem* of the city?the liquor problem, tbe
race problem and others. All persons ar*
Invited to visit the T. at C. A. and see them.
Prank Curl!*, a resident of Charles City,
waa received at the Memorial Hospital in
the late afternoon yesterday for treatment
for an injury which bo oustaised In the toot
while motor-boating on the river earlier on
the day. In aorae manner hi* foot became
mashed In the board* on the bottom of tb*
boat, and emergency treatment waa neces?
Th* night claas in Spanish, which was
i.ii-ugurated at the John Marsha;: High
school iavt week, will begin regular sessions
to-morrow night at t> o'clock. The claas will
meet twice each week, on Monday and
Thursday, at * o'clock.
The Instructor is Or. Juan Orte* Geniales,
of th* Cnlveralty of Madrid In view of the
growing importance of the trade of South
America a knowledge of Spanish Is becom?
ing more and more valuable to it* possessor,
and a large number of persona have enrolled
for the ciaoa.
Young Women of St. Mary'* Catholic Charrh
VYUl tarn Money This Hook.
A bazaar for tbe benefit ol as. Mary'*
Catholic church win begin to-morrow night
in St. Mar>'s Hall and continue for one
week. It will be held under the auspices of
the Young Women of the Sodality, aaalated
by St. Ann's Society.
The committee in charge of th* bazaar
!? composed or Mus Agnes Qerring. Miss
*.,i*abe;n rieiker. Miss Mamie Heppen. Mias
tdith Hatke. Mi** Katie Overman and Miss
Gertie Overman. Mrs Joseph Heye. Mra. A.
J. Kusterer and Mrs. UT. H. Fe.tnaus from
th* et. Ann s Society will assist.
FARMER?Died, at her home. 417
South Pine ?Weet. at 3:40 p M Fri?
day, November 16. ELLA LEE. wife
of David Watson Farmer. Besides
her husband, she is survived by her
mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Lee two
brothers, W. F. and N. J. Lee, and
five children?Colamaa E.. Evans D.,
Misses Irma E , Elizabeth R.. and
Mary E. Farmer.
The funeral gerv'ce will be held
from Pine Street Baptist Church TO?
MORROW AFTERNOON at 3:80
o'clock. Interment in Rivervlew
ADAMS.?Died, at her residence. No.
1712 Beverly Street, at 5 A. M.. MRS
MARY BETHEL ADAMS. In the
forty-ninth year of her age. Leaves,
.besides her husband, one child,
Joseph, and one sister. Annie Bethel.
Funeral from Sacred Heart Ca?
thedral at 3 P. M. TO-DAY. Friends
and acquaintances Invited to attend.
Gl'NDLACH? Died, at her home. 3901
Williamsburs; Avenue. MRS. BERTHA
(H'NDLACH. wife of W. H, Oundlach.
aged sixty-two years. She leaves a
husband snd four sons?Lewis R-.
Otto W.. Albert F.. Herman P.; one
grandson. Herman C; one brother,
Rudolph Herrick, of Paterson. N. J.
Funeral THIS AFTERNOON at 2:3?
from St. John's German Lutheran
Church, corner Eighth and Marshall
Streets. Interment In Oak wood.
PROFFTTT.?MR8. E. C. PROFFTTT,
who died at her home. Mountain
View, AJbemarle County, Va.. No?
vember nth, was a sister of Mra A.
B Wells, of Richmond.
WILSON.?Died. Saturday morning-.
LEWIS E. WILSON. He was a waiter
for years *n this c'ty.
RYAN.?Died, at his residence, Allen
Avenue and Amelia Street, Saturday,
November 1?. I ?12. at 7:3? P. at.
WILLIAM ALFRED RYAN, son of
Ellen M. and the late James Ryan,
In the forty-eighth year of bis age.
Funeral will take place from
Sacred Heart Cathedral on MONDAY.
November It. 1912. at 3 P M. In?
terment at Mt. Calvary Cemetery.
ANDERSON.?Died, at the residence of
his eon. Mr. Julian C. Anderson. 71 %
Miller Avenue, Barton Heights, at
7:15 P. M Saturday. November
IS. RICHARD ANDERSON, la the
**v?nty-alxth year of h's age He
leaves two brothers. E P. Anderson,
of Reidsviiie. N C and Horatio S
Anderson, of Hanover, and three
son*. W. M Anderson. R. M. Ander?
son snd Julian C. Anderson.
Funeral from late residence MON?
DAY st 3 o'clock.
W. T. H00D4
Chrr l?se is ansparte ia every dVcsJ.
We mmm ? sceoeJty of frrjeranj spso
aera Saed* and ? ill.Mil Trass,
?awaatam Roses (Md growa). Sevan
Frusts. Graf* Vine*, etc.
Write for rau*r?ue or phone ea to
pgsss oar ispitsaalntrve. Offices: Gis>
Remember ihm Safe of Standard Sete at Book*
Have Arranged a Special Reduction Sale?Beginning
Womens' Suits, I)ressesandCoats
Beautiful Garments, the latest and most fashionable styles
for this season's wear, in popular materials and colorings, such
as the most careful dressers will delight in wearing.
But we could not duplicate a one of them, were we to
attempt it to-day, to sell at less than the regular retail prices?
as stated below.
Reductions in Womens* and Misses Suits
$25.00 Tailored Suits, $17.50
Approximately twenty-five Suits in
fancy and two-toned whipcords; this
season's new plain tailored models in
three very desirable styles. Formerly
$19.50 to $25.00 each, now.$i7-5?
$37.00 Tailored Suits, $30.00
Women's Suits of fine imported
esponge material, handsomely trimmed
with flat silk braid to match; navy,
taupe, snuff and brown. At $30.00
these are excellent bargains. Quan?
Big Bargains in Silk and Wool Dresses
$15.00 to $19.50 Dresses,
FINE SERGE AND ESPONGE
DRESSES in a variety of very de?
sirable styles, including Robespierre
colar models, fancy effects trimmed
with lace, silk, embroidery, buttons
and braids; in black, navy, brown,
wine, Copenhagen and snuff. Now
$12.98 instead of $15 00 to $19.50.
$12.98 to $17.50 Dresses,
FINE SILK DRESSES of fancy
taffeta, foulard or messaline, fancily
trimmed models; only one or two of a
style, but in most all of the prevailing
colorings. Formerly selling at $12.98
to $1750 each, to be closed out at
$6.98. Broken sizes, but very great
Womens' $18.50 to $22.50 Coats, now $1 5.00
Very fetching new styles in woman's and misses' coats of fancy boucle. plaid,
black materials and novelty mixtures, among which are a number of very good
models and choice colorings. Coats formerly selling at $18.50 to $22.50 to be
closed out at $15.00. *
Among the New Coats
Elegant plain tailored and fancy trimmed effects shown
in fine chiffon and worumbo broadcloths, fancy pebbled
materials and the fashionable plaid back novelties,
women's and misses' sizes, at $19.50.
Smart Evening Wraps
We now have on exhibition most complete assortments
of coats for evening wear, comprising fine doubled faced
white polo cloths, broadcloths, silks, brocade silks, bro?
cade velvets and plushes, also fancy pebbled materials,
at prices ranging from $18.50 up to $65.00 each.
The Whittall Loom Exhibition
A Rug and Carpet Loom in active operation, weaving
yarns of many different colors into rugs and carpets of
A very fascinating sight?both the young and the old
will be interested. COM E!
* Third floor. MILLER & RHOADS
i'a Auxiliary of Orator WtB SHI BaaV
Far the pnrpoea of raining funda ta help
'urnlah the roone aet aalde (or the Women'a
4aalUary la the temple which the Fraternal
>4?r of Eagle* will aooa araet at Third
?od Maiafiall street* a baaaar will be given
Me weak In room* ?rar ?tt Baat Broad
street by the membera of the auxiliary
The baaaar wlil b* foraaally opeae4 te
aaorrow night by Coloael John 8. Harwaad
at ? o'clock.
The romraittee In ofcarge of the *>reat
coeeieto of Mr*. John X. AUea. Mr*. C. U
Howard. Mra s E. Hlrahbere. Mra. A. B.
Matt. Mra J O'Neill Mra. J. a Baker
and Mra. L Gaaacr. The following commit?
tee from Dial* Aerie, the local lodge of the
Eaglea. la aaatatlog la the work: H S. ,
HI rah berg. H A. Carter. J. A- War?, Wil?
liam Maiiory an? J. P. Xoraae.
WUUbTbb Alfred Ryan, forty-?'(M
rear* old. died ta hla waHtact. Alien
Avenue and Anaolla Street, | aal ai da j
evening- at 7:tf o'clock. He waa the
?on of El loa M and Jatnoa Ryan.
TTio funeral aril] be conducted Mo
?ay afternoon at I o'clock from the
Sacred Heart Cathedral Interment la
Mt. Calvary Cepnotory
Ella Let Farmer, wife of David Wat
WmrXAIAT ?In MB fSBMaTSJBBM.
mt oar ?aar naether. MART ROEXA
STCMWAIXT. wbo ?Sa? four yoara
as* to-day. Hg?aaaair 17. ItSS.
Bat era tape to Staat aar
Oa that or*rtt aa? ha oar ebora
ST HER CmLoRKH.
afrCRF.HAX ?In Krrlaf remembrance
of my dear grandfather JOHN Mo?
rn EM A Jt. wka departed thlg life jro
v.rnr~r ?. Mil
two Fremer. of 417 South Pino Street,
d'ed *t her home Friday afternoon at
t it o'clock. The funeral services
will he conducted thio afternoon at
3:20 o'clock from the Fine Street Bap?
tist Church. Interment in R'vervlew
Beeiden her husband, ehe leaves five
children?Colempn E.. Evans D.. Irma
E.. Elisabeth R. aad Mary E. Farmer:
her mother. Mrs. Elisabeth lee. sn?
two brofhers. W. F. and N. J. Lee.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.)
Fredertckshura-. Va.. November 1?.?
Dorr Clark, who formerly owned the
beautiful estate. "Snowden." In Spotsyl-1
vsnla County. Just outside of Freder-|
Irksbure-, and resided there a number
of roars, died suddenly yeeterdey at his
home at Green Bay. Wta He wsa
stricken with heart failure while chat?
ting; with his family at his dinner
table, fell over and expired In a few
minutes. Mr. Clark, was sixty-live
years of age. *"d <a survived by his
; wife and two daughters. He had many
ftiends here and In this section.
Panes Myrtle Ca sash i II.
f Special to The Times-Dispatch. 1
Bristol. Vs., November 1?.?Miss Myr?
tle Campbell, daughter of T. W. Camp
belt a Bristol merchant, died to-day la
her seventeenth year. A singular fea?
ture of her illness wsa that she wsa
recently suddenly stricken blind, being
at the time apparently In her usual
TIE IT! ANY SOUR, SASSY. UPSET
STOMACH CUREO IN HUE MINUTES
Sour, gumj, opart stomach, sadagtsliuri. heart hum. rfyspepeu; when the food
too eat tumumu into gases aad stubborn lump?; tout bead aches and yuu feel sick
.and miserable, that's aaaa you realize the magic in Pape's Dmpepstn. It makes
sock- nrise y vanish m See mmutes
If your stcaaarh is in a continuoua leautt sf yoa caa't get it refloated. picas*,
for vouT sake, try Dtapepain. It's so needless to have a bod stomach make your
next meal a laaorite food meal, then take a little Diapcpesh. There *riU aot be any
dmtnm oat without fear. It's because Papes Daspenssa "reaBy doc* regular
weak, oaVoford? Mooirti that gives k it's millions of safes aaaaiowy.?.Www