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BOYS' CORK CIOI
Matter William Bolen Wine Trip
to National Corn Conven?
tion at Columbia.
[Special to Tho Times-Dispatch.J
Culpeper, V?.. November 17.?Tbe
Boye' Corn Club held a most euthusiae
Uc meeting here yestciday, and prices
were awarded for the season s work.
The tit si prize wan won by Master
William F. Uolen. thU being a trip to
Columbia. H. <_'. to tbe .National Corn
Com union, which will be beta in mat
dt} la January, ills brothel'. Chat lee
H. boten, and Master DsnM O'iiannon
tied tor the second place, and eacn re?
ceived a prise 01 in money. 1 tic
lauer bau raised fcsf oarrets ou bu
allotted acre, and lag ?oieu lad loo.
lia latter, notvekc. waa given a prue;
ut 9? oy a visitor present lor snu?ingj
tne ten best earn m vnu wnole ixiuuu [
James Coivin received a price ot gib |
tor maaing the tourth best place,
neving maoe lv& barrels on tua acre,'
and mere weie nuuioers ol otneia a ho
wer? close arounii the huitdreo mark.
It was notable as shotting tue interest
tell by these youthlui larmer*. mat
every memoer of tne club waa present
aim one exception, anu that one waa
prevented trom attending by illness.
Add i esses wore maac by W. C.
Shackeilor.j, who is district agent In
this work, and such representative
farmers as W. K. Pleak. i\ O. ban nun.
Allna I'uliiam. Mr. Dowm-v. 01 shKge
lngham Count}, also mauc a snort
speech, in which he complimented tbe
exhibit very highly and the boys who
had produced it. Hon. Alden Bell
closed the prog earn with an address.
Miss Annie Bickers, daughter of the
late Or. W. A. Bickers, and Samuel
Jones were married at St. Margaret's
CBain li in Washington, on Tuesday
The ceremony was performed by the
Rev. Hubert Scott Smith, the rector ot
the church, in the presence of a party
of friends who had accompanied the
couple to Washington. The bride was
given is marriage by her brother.
Tho funeral of Mra Burrell Compton
waa held from her late home near Bos
ton. this county, on Sunday at 11
o'clock, her pastor, tbe He v. Thomas
Grtmsley. officiating. Mrs. Compton was
one of Culpeper's oldest citizens. She
is survived by her husband and ten:
E. F. Hutcherson. of Madison, recetv-j
od a telegram on Wednesday stating'
that bis son. Fred Hutcherson, had*
been seriously Injured in a railroad
wreck in Indiana, and was then in a
hospital in Indianapolis. Mr. Hutch-:
erson left at once for Indianapolls. t
Arbor Day waa observed In Madison'
Courthouse Friday, and trees of every;
variety were planted on the high
school grounds, on the streets and in)
private grounda While, for reasons of
prudence, these trees were not planted
with dynamite, a great many through-1
out the country have been planted byj
that metaod this fall, and in every j
case great satisfaction baa been ex-!
As a result of burns sustained last'
Week. Mra Amanda Reed died Sunday!
nignt at the home of her niece, Mra.
Flora Wood, where aha had made bar!
home for some yearn Mrs. Road, who'
was in hex eighty-seventh year, was'
me widow of Dr. A. A. Read, and is
survived by two daughters and one:
son?Mrs. K. W. Faathsm. of Rappe-!
bannock. Mr*. Annie Way man. of
Texas, and John Read, of Colorado. The,
funeral services were held In thOj
SperryviUe Baptist Church, with Inter- j
meat in the old family burying ground.1
Mr. and Mrs Eebert Emmett Miller
have issued invitations to the max-,
rlage of their 'daughter. Caroline Rust,!
to Rev. William Joseph Reynolds, the
ceremony to take place at C o'clock on,
the evening of Wednesday. November!
20. In Lebanon Church. Wood Tille. Rev.
Mr. Ewynolds has for several years
served aa pastor of the Washington.!
SperryviUe and Woodville Baptlstj
Madison County is one of the few]
Vlrgaaia counties without a railroad j
Mae crossing some part of it, and lai
consideration of tola fact, the number
eg factories of different kinds in the
county Is rather remarkable. There'
are three furniture factories, one of
which baa been In operation ever since;
1140; several barrel factories, which
werk overtime to furnish enough bar-;
rocs for the mad 1 son apples, and more!
than s few flour and corn mill*. A
movement see been started to empha-|
etna the Industrie* and factories ofj
nhte county by having a "Made in Madi-j
eon" label on all furniture, floor, fruit, j
etc. that to axported.
A quiet wedding took place at the
bom* of Mr. and Mra F. P. Smith, of;
Med***? Courthouse, when their young i
est Aeaghter. Elsa Tager. became the;
bride of Alexander H- Cave. Only'
snssnbsr* of the immediate families
were present at the ceremony, which
wan performed by the Rev. M. C.
Fr?ser, pastor of the Beth Car Baptist
In latest stylen
Syikw& Houflfy, he.,
HtfiriiT hn?m Ct.
7 Wo* Btt*md St
HOME OF UNITED CONGREGATIONS
HAW OVER AVEXCE CHRISTIAX CHITRCH.
Unusual Result of Recent Elec?
tion of Sute Senator in
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.)
AintvUie. It C, November 17.?An
unusual condition oi am.ii> has loi
lowea the counting of tne votes cast
In the recent election In Vanoey
County for the elate Senate. The two
contestants. Cnarlea G. Hutchine, the
Democratic nominee, and It- YV. Wil
son, the candidate of the Republican
party, poiloo the same number of bal?
lots, eacn receiving 1,102 votes. The
county board of elections, of which
Mr. Hutcbina is a momoer, has met
and decided that the Democratic can?
didate was elected. Mr. Hutcbina
voting In hla own favor. The board
contenda that it has the power to de?
clare the nominee, although Mr. Wil?
son maintains that anotner election
ahouid be held. He has threatened to
contest hi* rival's seat at the next
session of the General Assembly, un?
less s popular vote Is taken to de?
cide the tie.
Cnar.es rianey and Domer Ship man.
two white boya about sixteen years
of age. nave been bound to the su?
perior Court on a ran.er serious
charge, having been arrested as the
resun of the complaint ot C- F. Wil?
liams to the effect tnat be had been
he.d up on Hall "street, in a very j
thickly settled district, and robbed.
He swore that one of the boys neid
a ptetoi m nis face while the other!
went tnrough bis clothing for his
money, securing about $"0. The prta
oners denied the charge They were
unable to furnish bond In the sum!
of |500 for their appearance at the
next term of court and have been sent
to Jail to await trial.
At the annual meeting of the Aaae
viile Young Men's Christian Associ?
ation the following officers were
elected for the coming year: Presi?
dent. Julius C. Martin; vice-president,!
Dr. it. S. Carroll, secretary. A. G. Bar
nctte; treasurer. Thomas J. Rlckman.
The chiloren of the public schools
of Ashtviiie wUl make special dona?
tions to the poor of this city Thanks?
giving Day. Collections will be taken
for a shoe fund for purchasing foot-j
wear for those who axe unable to pro?
vide themselves with shoes, and cloth?
ing will be collected for the city's un?
fortunates. The distributions will De
made through the Associated Chari?
tas*. whUe provisions will be divided
between that organisation and the
Mission Hospital. The Salvation Army,
following the custom of Adjutant John
Boater* for the past several years.;
will make special efforts to provide
the poor with shoes for the coming
cold months. They will be distributed
on Thanksgiving Day.
A compromise has been effected in
the suit of the Ooanty Board of Edu-j
caUon against the city of Asheviiic,
in which the plain tilt sought to secure*
the sum of $*.?#* for fines collected
In police court. The terms of the
compromise provide that the city ahnJl
pay to the board approximately tt.Oii.
and that in the future ail fines Im?
posed for violations of State law* will
be placed to the credit of the County
School Board. The costs In all cases,
as well aa penalties collected for vio?
lations of city ordinances, will go to
Mayor Rank in has received a letter
from president-elect Wood row Wilson,
thanking him and the city of Asbe
vtlie for an Invitation to spend bis
propose j vacation here, and regretttSg
that be had made other pinna. As soon
as the local authorities learned that
the President-elect was to take a va?
cation, an invitation aas wired him.
**kiug him to fen the guest of the city.
;md offering either hotel accommoda?
tions or a fitrnishe.i borne
Prrs.dent-ele.-t Wilson's reply came
yesterday, a? follows:
"My Dear Mayor.
The desire of the crttssae of Asbe
viHe to have on spend our Uttle vaca?
tion with tbss*. no wo are as greetsnsiy
urged to do in the telegram slgasd by
ysaroslf. Mr. Weaver and Mr. Buk
nor. baa given Mrs Wilson and nrysstt
the input pleasure- The ilisims off
Ashevllle do not need to be com?
mended to no: we knew tbasa of old
Sons* of the most delightful days off
our Irva* have been, spent there Bot
I bod already madV arrangements
go ihMObsrs. Indeed. I at
for n Irttle while sway from America
"WO poo convey to nil eonosrnod
The add acwaalntaare of the Front
Seat sleet sad Mrs.
[Council. Jr.. O. V. A. M.. of this city.
j have arranged for s Jollification meet?
ing, which will be held at the lodge
! roona Thursday night In honor of the
members of the organization who were I
: successful in the recent election and
those who participated in the cam-j
palgn. Including: Governor-elect Locke j
Cralg. State Senator-elect Zebulon ?
Weaver. Representative Robert R. ]
Williams and Third Assistant Post?
master-General James J. Britt- All of
the lodges of the extreme western
counties of this State have been In-i
vlted to send representatives to the
gathering, which promises to be a]
' very" enjoyable event
006 GIVES CHASE
Encouraged by Owner, Who]
Resents Questions Asked on
Behalf of Church.
L Special to ihe Tim es-Dispatch..]
i Norfolk. Va, November 17.?One ot |
! the church census-takers in F?rb.
i Place was greeted by a bull dog when
t he made bis mission known to one ot
j the residents upon whom he called.,
? Tnc enumerator beat a hasty retreat.
) and thereby saved bis trousers from
: the fury of the dog. which waa en?
couraged by bis owner, who was out?
raged that the church soould meddle
with what he considered bis private
One hundred and fifty men and wo- j
men made a complete canvass of Park
; Place, formerly tne seventh ward, for
j tne purpose of finding out now many
, of the residents do not attend any
! church and the reason therefor. The
! canvassers started at 1:30 o'clock this
j afternoon, and met at a central church
I at 5 o'clock
! Many of the canvassers reported
I unique experiences. While they were
generally cordially received, in a fee
' Instances they were rebuked, and their
i queries failed to secure the lnforma
. tion desired.
j The canvassers will meet again next j
I Thursday night to tabulate the statis
, tics and to tell among themselves the I
j experiences encountered.
Twee dar. fahrt alhghtly
North Cared tea Past
day. fair; sUshtly ween
?peeJal Leral Dana far Tislssdej
i; noon temperature. St!
II P. M. temperature. gg <
Maximum tempernttne up to ?
P M. St
j Minimum temperetture up to S
, P. M. 291
Mean temperature.. 42
Normal teenperetere. is
Deflotency m temperature. ?
Excess in temperature since eenrch
1 .e. ill
Accum deflciency 1n temperature
since January 1. 36$
Deficiency ln rainfall slnoh March
Aocum. deftcieeicy in rainfall since I
' Temperature . 43
Humidity . 57
I Wind, direction.Northeast
, Wind, velocity. 7
BBBBJtOJJBBJM IN IMPORT tST CITIKS.
? At S P. M Bsetern Standard Time.)
Place Tber. H.T. LT. Weather j
Anherlllc . 43 RS ?? Cleer
' Atlanta . 3d ?? 44 Clear
Atlantic City. . 41 i2 44 Ooady
WILL ADD STORY !
TO CITY HOSPITAL
Money for Enlargement Donated;
by Son of Charles Broad- j
Winchester. Ya_ November 17.?
Peter Winchester Rous*. of >ew York,
has authorized the Wlncneeter Me?
morial Hospital Association to carry
out its proposed intention of bullctng
another story to its already lange in?
stitution and semi, the bill to him for
payment. Mr. Rouss Is the son of the
late Charles Broadway Rouss, tne
blind New York merchant, wnose pub?
lic and private benefactiona in Win
cheater during his lifetime amounted
to several hundred thousand dollars.
Mr. Roues, who is now at tne head ot
the great mercantile business left by
his father, was in town recently wltn
a party of frlenc*. and, incidentally,
hearing, of the need of another story
cn the hospital building, he visited
the institution, and then instructed tne
? authorities to proceed with tne work
I at his expense.
More Christmas money la to be 3la-1
trbuted on Thursday of this week bp;
I Graham F. Blandy, of New York.
I among the men and women of Clarke
? County, who are competing for hnnd
tone cash prises fn Mr. UlanJy's sec
i und annual turkey-raising contest- A
few weeks ago Mr. Bland}", who owns
the noted old "Tuleyries" farm, once
the home of the late Colonel V. L.
Boyce. near White Poat, distributed |
clmllar prises among the farmers of!
that ounty in n corn-growing con?
test. Last year ho held a turkey- ,
raising contest, and the first prise was
won by Mrs. Charles Schlack, who not
only .received a good-sized check from
Mr. Blandy, but who sold her turkeys
to a Washington hotel for over S2oo.
Rev. M- L. Can up. formerly of Mount
Jackson. Shenandoah ("ounty, but who
has been pastor of a Lutheran church
at High Point, N. C. for several yearn,
has accepted a call to the Lutheran
Church of the Epiphany, in New York,
and will take charge about December
The instinct of a horse to return
to his master's homo was clearly dem?
onstrated here in two Instances a few
days ago. A man named Sblley, wbo
lives nineteen miles west of Winches?
ter, left a two-horse team standing
? : inoratlly in front of the home ot
a friend, and when bs cam* out he
i found the hcrsos had left. A telephone
message several bouts later announced -
that the horses had arrived at the 1
rtable door. One night later a county
resident 'eft his horse standing in a
hitchng yard, and when be returned'
' for the animal he was informed, by I
j the police that It bad tu ned up at
t he stable of a Winchester man from I
whom he hal bought the bone only
Jchn Knadler. a young fanner of
j Berkeley County, wbo is accused of
I being respons'bls for the deatii of
! his father. M. M Knadler. recently. ,
j wher. the dead body of the latter was'
j found lying across a watering trough
! on the J. W. Stewart farm, of which
I he waa manager, was to have been
; given n bearing last week in Martins
I burg, but It was Indefinitely postponed.
I and Knadler Is being held in jail
j without ball for the action of tne
grand Jury. The son is kn?wn tr- have
i been taken to task by hla father for
alleged mistreatment of the former'e
Mir-? Ada V. Showalter, daughter of
' Andrew J. Showalter. of Mount Clin- |
: ton. Rocktngham County, a no came ;
j here a few days ago to visit her!
j brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. ?
( Claude Showalter. was Joined the fol-'
lowing morning b; l?r. Raphael Paint?
er, of Dayton, and they were marrt ^d
the same afternoon -n Washington by!
Rev. Donald C. MacLeod, of tne ?Ws>
byterian Church Th? y 1? ft for Hollen-,
??ale. Fl*, where l?r. Palnttr has a
winter practice. 1
A large quantity ad beautiful flow-j
crs which were placed by relatives and
friends upon the *ri?ve of little vir-'
Tinia Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs .
W. Ray Smith, Is Count Hebron Ceme-<
tore here a few days %go. were stolen
tne asms afternoon or ti.e following
ciomtng. and ware rsccgnlzed at a
that night In tne Ro;s*
Mrs EUa Rhodes, of abaolaaj. who
left nor beers one morning last we?k
for the purp ess of going to Washing?
ton, and there wed a young n?sn a no
had arranged to meet her at the sta
tlsn. was stepped at Strasburg are*
taken back home by a deputy sheriff.
Mass mad so. wbo to ntsteen years oC
ago and vary attractive, naps* s* ef?
fort to esncsal bot- anner. ana* bfting
bar IIP?, ob* vowed that Ob* wonM
bor purpose, sad tbnt very
One of the art act pal 'eatv-r* In can.
nettbsa with tne recent meeting of
the Ministerial Aaooriatlon of the Das
utpsos Cbnrnb *f Trrgtnt*. band at
gtianbaib waa the nUbraBsn of the
twewty-Oftb aawH senary of
A jimmy pipe's
you smoke it!
?if it's filled with Prince Albert
tobacco, now /n/ev-nationally
famous for its delightful aroma
and delicious flavor. You can
smoke it in any company to
Understand this: it isn't the pipe.
it's the tobacco that makes the
smoke! Prince Albert is the one
brand every man can enjoy to the
very limit, because it won't bite
the tongue! The sting is cut out
by a patented process.
Just watch crowds of men any?
where! See how many smoke
pipes! Prince Albert has doubled
the number of pipe smokers!
You get a jimmy pipe, too, and
dig out some fun for yourself.
You never even dreamed of such
tobacco as Prince Albert!
I III I
1 u j*m
Paste this In your hat!
You'll be as happy over Prince Albert rolled into a nifty cigarette as you are
over it in a jimmy pipe.
P. A. as a cigarette is a revelation to men who, have suffered with the free
running dtof-brands for years. Why, if s got flavor and fragrance that no
other tobacco ever equalled. Just you draw in a mouthful and see how cool
and delicious it is. We'll take a chance on your little O. K.
Bay P. A. m*mrjwhn.r.?in dm toppy Sc wmd bag,
tidy IQc tmi tm mmdpoand and half-pammd hmmiidiif.
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY
Wtaston-Salem, N. C
He Was Former United States
j Senator and Twice Gov
I ernor of Georgia.
Atlanta. Ga. November 17.?Former
I United State* Senator Joseph M. Ter
' rail, twice Governor of the State of
! Georgia, died at hla home here to day
I after an extended illness
I Senator Terrell was stricken with
I paralysis In February. 1111. a fan
[ months after be had been appointed
I to All the unexplred term of the 'at*
United State* Senator A. S, Clay. Al
' t hough his lUnoss made It necessary |
i for htm to retire from public life. Seoa
! tor Terreirs condition did not become
j critical until a week ago. Senator Ter
I reII was born in Merryweteer County,
i On, la I Ml. After serving la b th
house* of |be State Legislature he was
elected ?**-?-Se ottVe of Attorney-Ueneroi
of the State In 1??:. lie resigned this
: oftVe after serving ten years and was
, elected Governor, to which og*W be
was re-elected at the expiration of the
I At the death of United States Sena
j tor Clay. In November. 151*. Mr. Ter?
rell was appointed by Governor Joseph
I at. Brown to serve the a ne* pi red term.
The body of Senator Terrell will be
I taken to GrosavW*. Ga. f*r interment.
IA gnard of hen er from the fifth Keg;
nasnt, Wgflsaol Gnard. *f Georgia. wUl
n^w^Sliama aa aged aegr*
barber, woo nit sot ad yesterday on s
warrant sways out by Mary Basks.
;also cslsrsd. charging fc'tn w th at
I tasnptlag to set Sr* to bar house In
Atlanta On-. Mooomber 17 ?ger Mar.
1 obon Ban Lane, n wan-known Bandst
mlatstar and edoraiw in the Sooth,
abed war* to-day at tbe age of slsty
I OsISO- Dr. Lane formerly was pastor
! of tbe Central Baptist Chare*. Xnob.
?ffle. Teno , occupied pulpits ir sev?
eral Georgia oftle* aso town* and trev
I ossd for sereral years aa an evaagefast
In *nsth?rs Mat a* Far atx years bo
Bfaateont Of tbe ftsrn Institute, at
On. Ho rlit naps oof
Mrs. Mullane Tells Revolting
Story in Connection With
j [Special to Tbe Ttmes-Digpaten ]
Poplar Bluff. Mo., November 17.?
Mr*. UUie C Mullane, of Stafford
County, Va.. who corroborated tbe al- j
legation made by her husband, Thomas!
J. Mullane, that she was attacked area ,
kept prisoner all of one day by thir?
teen men near Annapolis. Mo, con- j
fessed to-day that her husband prac-1
tlcally compelled her to submit to berj
assailants that he might raise money, j
Mullane Is in the city Jail, having
been arrested late yesterday as he was
about to board a 'rain, tie had vis?
ited the home where his wife was
stopping, abused her. It Is alleged, and
declared his Intention to be led mnes
away within twenty-four hours.
A warrant has been issued charging
him with disturbing the peace of Bra
Mullane a caretaker.
Mullane has been arrested twice be?
fore in the last week on minor i
I charges, the police being determined I
I that no influences should keep ntm
front appearing as a witness Monday
I in the trial of the thirteen men at
Tbe issuance of a warrant cause*
Mrs. Mullane's appearance before
i Prosecuting Attorney Ing and tne sub?
sequent statement which was made In
writing. She insists Mullane did not
move to protect her. but cOtded her
I when she rebelled against what She
asserts was bis insistent suggestion.
He denies the charge*
Beadasata t rankt!* Siskr.
(Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Alexandria. Va. November 17_Ben?
jamin Franklin Warder, a former res?
ident of this city, died this morning in
Washington. He was a carpenter by
Sap Be ant c*
W. R. Trane, forty-eight year* olJ, a I
salesman, was arrested yesterday by I
Pol lev Sergi ant Shoemaker o.. a war?
rant < hareing Mm with assaulting
<?.. :: ir .tr Morgan U. Mills The al?
leged assault was said to have taken
place aboard a train. Capta'n Mills
could not be reached last night. Crane
was balled for his appearance In Po- |
RUSH FOD DOORS
Fatal Stampede Narrowly
Averted When Church Is
Found to Be in Flames.
[ Special to The Times-Dispatch. J
Bristol. Va-, November 17.?A con?
gregation of S00 persons narrowly es?
caped what threatened to he a fatal
stampede here this afternoon when
Virginia Avenue Methodist Church was
deatroyed by a Are which originated In
the roof, due to a defective flue.
Mistaking the roar of the blase over
their heads tor a passing train, the
I congregation was late In receiving tbe
I alarm. Although there was a rush for
tbe doors, nobody was injured. The
edifice was practically deatroyed before
I tbe firemen could reach it The less
Is $4.000. with ?1.500 insurance.
I The building was the property of
Holston Conference, Methodist Episco?
pal Church, South.
ANDKRSjiX?Died, -at the residence of
hie son. Mr. Julian C Anderson. TIS
Miller Avenue, Barton Heights, at
7:15 P. M Saturday. November
15. RICH ART? ANDERSON, in th..
seventy-sixth year of hie age. He
leaves two brothers. E. p. Anderson,
of ReddevtDe, N- C, and BMBBBd S
Anderson, of Hanover, and three
sons. W. M Anderson. R. M. Ander?
son and Julian C. Anderson.
Funeral from late residence MON?
DAY at 3 o'clock.
RTAN?Died, at his residence. AKen
Avenue and Amelia Street, Saturday
Nee ember 1?. jSU at 1:Z) P. M.
WILUAM ALFRED RYAN, son of
Ellen M and the late Jasse* Ryan,
in the forty-eighth year of bis age.
Funeral will take place from
?lacred Heart Cathedral on MONDAY.
November is. lit:, at 3 P. M Inter
m.-nt at Mount Calvary Cemetery.
TINfUEY ? Died at her late residence.
?I? West Clay street. Sunday. 2te
v?mb*T 17. at 7:3.1 F M. MART B.
TTJBJRJJB*, rebct of the lat? John T.
Funeral notice hater
SPTCIAL CTJTLERY SALE
A fine line of Packet llnfres, best quality; yoor d
Fine Hotlow-Groand Razors, yoor dealca, 99c
Warranted end $1.00 worth of coupons given with
razor. This lot of Cutlery has been sent us to be sold