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Sooitty in Richmond is much inter?
ested In tbe wedding of Mis* Isabel
Sam peon R?ther fooid and J<m.-1 11 iU
Wat kins, of Waoningion. w.u. h will t>e
celebrated this morning at II:M o'clock
in St. Johns Cnurcb, in Roar.oke. The
bride 1? a daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Spottswood Ruth*rioord. of
Roanoke, and is widely related through?
out the ?t?te. Mr. Waikins is a sod
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Benjamin Wat
kins, of Charlotte Courthouse, and is
equally prominently connected in Vir?
ginia as Is his bride. The chancel ami
altar of the church will be decorated
In palms and whit* flowers, and tna
the ceremony will be performed by the
J. W. Cantey Johnson, rector of the
The bride will enter the church with
her father, who will give her away.
She will wear a traveling suit of dark
blue broadcloth with a smart hat 01
the same shade and will carry a buu- <
QU*t of lilies of tbe valley. Miss Janet
Meldrum Rutherfoord, who will be her
sister's main of honor and only at?
tendant, will ?ur a tai.ored StSil of i
white serge with a big black hat, and
will carry an armful ?>( pink SSMry?
themums D. C. Watkin*. of Roxboro.
at C. will act as his brother's best I
The ushers will be Dabney i.an. UsSsr, |
of Richmond: William. K. Gait, of New*
fsHt; Thoma* iVatkin.?. of CtuwsotdO
Courthouse, and Thomas Ruthcrtoord.
The bridal party was entertained in- j
formally at the home of the br.d- '? I
parents last night following a rsksars ;
a I at the church, and Julian H. R?ther-j
foord entertained the groom and his ]
attendants at a stag dinner given yes- j
torday evening. Quests from a dis- 1
tance attending the wedding will be j
Miss Lavlnia Uamlltcn. of Wnrrenton.
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Watklna Miss Janie
Wat kins, C. K. HufCbeson. ail of Char?
lotte Courthouse: Georg.- Watklna. ot |
Opeafua; as the Bvebaajrev
Much Interest U fe.t in the opening
of the Richmond Exchange for Wo- ,
man's Work, whioh will hegln to-day
This afternoon and }o-morrow alter
noon from 3 to S o'clock a committee
of board members will be on hand to
i ecelve visitors and complimentary tea
aril] )>e served.
Kaaaaeuienr of Interest.
The engagement of X>or*ey Cullen
Anderson, formerly of Richmond, but
now of Philadelphia, has been an?
nounced to Miss H-ulah Fay Stocker.
of East on. Pa. Owing to the recent
d??ath of the bride's father, the wed?
ding will take place very quietly at
the home of her mother. Mrs. Ellen
Louise Stocktr, on the morning of >
At the Wesaaa'e Clab.
Professor Frank C. Woodward lec?
tured to the members of the Woman's
Cub yesterday afternoon on the char?
acter of Lady Macbeth, naming his dis?
course "A Tentative Estimate* Miss
-Ian..- Rutherfoord, in her very happy
presentation of the speaker to bis
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audience, spoke of him a* one of the
men who hau made possible the hlKh
i standards of the club, himself their
sincere and warm friend.
Professor Woodward sei forth In his
argument as to the character of this
great Shakespearean heroine a com?
parison of the woman and her hus?
band, a playing of shadows and reali?
ties, as It were, to bring out the dread
I ful whole. He salj that Lady Mac-'
j beth is the greatest woman problem
I in all of the great dramatist's writings;
j ahe is the woman riddle as Hamlet la
I the man riddle, and the reading of
I her Is only discerned by a deep search
| Ing of the spirit The mere letter of
the play is used to portray only the'
negative side, and the common con?
tention of the character of the woman
is one of vaulting ambition and Its
The speak.-r dwelt at length upon
the deeper motives that scourged on
this woman to !:cr doom. He Kali i
that one must not accept the ordinary'
theory that l^ady Macbeth was selfish.!
cruel and bloodthirsty. She was actu?
ated by an engrossing purpose, a de-|
I sire to belp her husband to the crown, j
her love and ambition for him was
greater than his own. Macbeth Isj
working for hla own gain; she for!
him. Her unexpresslvenese and so-'
cretlveness asks no sympathy; betrays
no self-pity. Sbe Is a woman of ex- j
i qulalte sensibilities, but strongly self
disciplined: so very feminine yet simu-i
latlng a hardness; an intense woman)
shuddering back from her dreadful deed (
yet scourged forward by her great i
< love and devotion to her husband. 1
Shakespeare's Ideal Is unselfish de- .
votlon. and Lady Macbeth's unques-i
' tloning sacrifice on the altar of per-1
Jury and murder is construed by so
many of her critics and Imperson
i a tors, who have not gone deep enough .
In a Macbeth In petticoats eaten up'
I with Selfish ambition. Her devotion j
to her husband Is the greates-t thing'
in ail her life, and ahe loved Macbeth
supremely. She is Shakespeare's finest
presentment of the altruistic criminal!
devotee. She is not half fishwife, hat?'
demon and all vulgar, but a woman
Of unmeasured devotion, with never a
selfish hint, no sigh of self-pity, an
exquisitely sensitive soul. j
Her mortal thrust and terrible pun-'
ishment came In the complete failure'
' of her plans end the alienation of her'
husband's affection with the awful'
realization that she herself had
wrought this ruin. This solution, the
speaker said, was mostly to be read
between the lines. His interpretation
of this gTeat dramatic problem was a1
[devoted, self-giving soul, a wicked
! life, but not a wicked love, supremely
j devoted without a throb of selflsh
, ness. consumed with ambition anil
love and desire to aid the man. Mac
j beth. her husband,
j Invitations Oat.
1 Invitations have been issued by
^Jdrs Nannie Fitzgerald Bell for the,
wedding "f her daughter. Tabltha |
Elisabeth, to Samuel Patrick Pember- j
ton. of Winston-Saiem, N. C. The wed-j
ding will be celebrated on Wednesday
i evening. November 27, at the home of j
I the bride, in Danville,
j Organ HerlraL
On Ftrkcay evening. November 22, at |
8:15 o'clock, there will be an organ re?
cital at the Church of the Covenant- j
?Sir. Potter, of Monumental Cnurcn. J
will be the organist, and will be as?
sisted by Mra Hequembourg and Mrs.
Clifton Miller. A dellgntful program
haa been arranged, and the affair- la of
mucpi interest to musical people in
I Says a Washington exchange:
j "One of the most picturesque wed?
dings of the autumn season was that
of William Wsrwick ReynoKa. son of
C. Leslie Reynolds, superintendent of
the United States Botanic Gardens,
and grandson of the late Dr. William i
Wood Cowling, and aa.-s Annie
Munnikhuysen. daughter of Mrs. Wake- j
man Munnikhuysen. of Belalr. Md.. on j
Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
"The brVJe's family on both sides j
have been landed proprietors of ex -1
tensive estates for generations, and
even to-day the ancestral acres belong- i
Ing to the family stretch miles along.
I the county road.
"The whole tone of the event par?
took of the nature of Colonial days.
Guests were met st the statt oa by a
I small army of grooms and attendants i
r and conveyed to the home of the
[ bride's mother In private carnages,
than to the quaint historic oVd Churcn
I of nt> Mary's, where the ceremony
I took place. The chancel waa an Eden
of glistening green laurel and gold
and white blossoms, while dozens ot
! lighted candles glowed upon the al
"To the strains of tne "Bridal
Chorus* from "Lohengrin' the b'ioe ad?
vanced to the chancel on the arm of j
her brothe?\ Lieutenant H. D Man
! nikhuysen. U SA., who had come
! from baS station la San Francisco for
I the ceremony, and who gave his sister
in atai riaga. Bruce Atkinson oftViat
I ed aa beat man. aad the ushers were I
; Sydney Catea. editor of the Agricui
I tural Magsaine. of Richmond. Karl
Vlberger. of Pittsburgh. Pa. Herbert'
Cos, Of Washington, and Wakeman
Maanlkhaysea. brother of the bride.
"The bride wore her mothers wed- .
I ding gewn, a trailing princess roue
of rich brocade, with tacker and un-j
j derslesess of rose point lace, and car
rted s show bouquet of watte or- j
I chads aad lilies of the valley. Her
j caly ornament waa a diamond and
irl siadsat, the gift of the bride?
"Among the valuable collection of
J presents wars a stiver tea service, one
I of the gifts to the bride a mother a*
and a rare dinner set
by too brtde * grandfather I
their beeae la Mow Tsftc. where Mr.,
I Reynolds fa .maaager for the ofdee of j
the Flttafeurgh Steel Frsauct Cosa-j
Ing of the Equal Suffrage LassTUo la'
Highland ? rings waa held last week
at the beans Of Mrs. r. F Read The
f**im Of yaderw?!,..- th# house of
Umm Read, ware ailed with a rep
_battvu audtenee. which Included
OSWarat of the professional aad business
?haw *f ?be place ?fr? n b Vaien
tree. president of the aTapsal Wuttrage
?he of Virginia, waa tntrantn. ed hv
DeWslf. prestdeat af the local
Valentine made ? verr
corrpTiroented the HteMand,
1 Spring* league on being one of tbe
lirst auxiltuiy leagues te mm oigan
Ued In the State. A social hour fol?
lowed the business session,
ilrtarulag to Virginia.
Mrs. Jan.es H. V. Daniel and her son.
Thanning Daniel, who spent the sum?
mer and early fall traveling In Can
1 Nova scoti^ and New Bnplanrt.
have been passing tne last few weeks
in New Yo.k. They will retui n to
Virginia in a few days to Join James
Lai.iel. who is atterilng st-nool neui
tke intverslty cf Virginia They will
>emai:i there for t'<.?; ^resent.
A :i int? rt sting event of thl* eveim-^
will he tile musical to be given in tie
Laure! Street Methodist Episeop.i.
Church at s" o'clock. A program ??
e?oel interest lias been eiirat.ged, an.
well-known people will takt> part la
la aad Out of rowa.
Mrs. Josepli K Willard and MiSS
P.i lie Wlilard have returned from a
short stay in New York. i
Mrs. John Skelton Williams, who has
been In Baltimore for a few days, has
returned, to her home in this city.
Little Richard Beline Leary Is the
^uest of his grandmother, Mrs. W. J.
Leake. In Ashland.
Miss Ruth Brooks, of Newport News,
has been the recent guest of friends
Mrs. C C Bridges, who has been
:<.gistored a: th: New Willard Hotel,
in Washington, has returned tu her
Miss Sallle Gastolgne. of Orant.;--, is
t iKiting in Richmond for two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. S J. London anri tneir
dsughtmr Hannah, of nichmcnu. ere
x.si'lng friends it. lialt?m?.r,.
..irs. J. W. i'ixon, of this city, is
the guest of her Stager, Miss Lucy Den?
ny. In Lynchbuwg.
Mrs. E. D. Turner, of Newport News,
is spending u. few days with friends
in this city.
Miss Emma Wilson Mnrrlss. who has I
been attending the United Daughters
of the Confederacy Convention , in I
Washington, left yestencay for Balti- j
more, wher she will visit her aunt, I
Mrs. William Bowly Wilson. j
Mrs. W. Gordon McCabe. who has :
been dangerously ill at her residence.
405 East Cary Street, while still in
a serious condition, is improving.
Mis* Anna Clay, a graduate nurse
was operated on at Grace Hospital
Saturday for appendicitis, she is im?
MINISTER'S WIFE DISAPPEARS!.
Diligent ??raren Falle te Disclose
V* hereabout* ef Mission \\ oinaa.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.T
Lynchburg. Va.. November 18.?Mrs
Powell, wife of Rev. W. E. Powell,
pastor of Park View Christian Church
here, has been missing for a week,
during which time diligent search has
failed to disclose her whereabouts. It
Is accepted that the woman's mind is
unbalanced and that she Is Irrespon?
sible for the time r>?lng. Some years
ago she had a similar experience, re?
turning home when her mind cleared.
The family came here last spring from
Dr. Hugh M. Taylor
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I Mass-Meeting at M. C. V. Passes
Resolutions to Show Dis?
approval of Act.
To all appearances, the last touch
Mas audeu last nitf.it tu pal -l>
Fas Um atone from of Uie Ln.veisity
Calles* ut Med'tinc following the an?
nual font bail bmsm bacween tin
old and Bee? SM UKal .-.chools. by res?
olutions of re^te. pans. U yesterday
a.1 tenooii ut a. .nitsb-iDcetinjr of the
students und faculty of the various
departments of the Medical Col.ege ot
Virginia. The resolution reads:
"Whereas, on the night of November
14. 191% some persona defaced with
paint the building of the University
College of Medicine, and.
? \\ hereas, on the nignts of Novels- !
ber 4 and 6. 1912, some persons ueiaced
with paint one of the buildings ot
the Medical College of Virginia:
"Therefore, be it resolved: that the
tesciiers and students of the Medical
College of Virginia desire to assure tne '
faculty and students of the University
College of Medicine that they very
much regret the recent defacement of
the ouuMing of the University Col.ege
"That tney do not. however, feel that
It could possibly be necessary for them
to state that whoever may be the per?
petrators, such an act meets with tnelr
"That they further desire to express
the hope that the relations of the
schools In the future may always be
marked by mutual good feeling and
Ask Students to Ceafeea.
Following an exchange of letters
Saturday in regard to the de ? ement
of the University College of Medicine j
between the two faculties. Dr. Chris- j
topher Tompkins. dean of the faculty'
of the Medical College of Virginia, call
ad a meeting of the faculty at 5 o'clock
yesterday afternoon to consider means
of discovering the perpetrators of the
act and of punishing them. The stu- !
dent body was asked to meet with the
faculty, and Dr. Tompkins presided.
In his opening remarks. Dr. Tump-!
kins expressed the regret that every
j one connected with the old school felt
j that discredit had been cast upon the
j Medical College of Virginia by an act
of vandalism which most people laid
at the door of students of the old col?
lege. He urged that, for the good of
the college, the guilty meu confess
their complicity publicly and receive
punishment, should the offenders be
members of the atudent body of the
Medical College of Virginia.
Dr. George Ben Johnston and Dr. A.
Murat Willis spoke In the same vain,
but the appeals for a confession were
without results. No one volunteered
to come forward and acknowledge the
offense, so hope of discovering the
perpetrators was practically.abandoned
To show that the college as a whole,
heartily disapproved of the act. Dr.
Frank M. Reade was appointed a com?
mittee of one to draft the reaolut'ona
which are printed above. The resolu?
tion was put to the vote, carried unan?
imously, and the meeting broke up.
[Special to The Times Dispatch ]
Cape <3>arles. Va. November IS.?Cards ]
have been received here announcing? the ap?
proaching marriage of Richard Volney Not- i
tlrgcara. Jr.. a prominent young business
man of Eastvllie. this county, and If las Sal- j
au Bacon Rice, of Charlotte Courthouse.
November 37. at the Methodist Episcopal j
Church, that village.
scrauoa cot KT CONTI
Two Capital Cause Perke Sad for Mai
[Special to The Time*-Dispatch-J
FayettevlIIe. N. C. November K.?Oumeer
land Superior Court, convened tot-day for [
trial of the criminal eases only, with Jude? |
C C. Lyon presiding.
Two capital ease* are docketed for the
term, those of Temp> Ray nor. charged with
killing Will Smith, aad Cornelius Ixicaa. for
the murder of W. C. Jenes The criminal
ation against ex-Mayor James D. McNeill,
for alleged llbei of Q K. Xlmocks during the
primary campaign for the State Senate, will
aian t>? tried.
A bam on the farm af Harle? Town sen A ]
oat mile wert of ParettevUie. and a horse,
buggy and two arts of harness were burned j
BETl RN> TO HAKJUSONBCR4.
file*cat Bailer Aivfrvea at Heaae tram St.1
[Special to The Times- DispatchT
Harrlsonbunr. November 1? ?Ceaera! John
E Roller arrived ?? Harrlsonbunr late mi
arday from the St \s.~.-? Hospital, where
several weeks ago he aadr-rweat a serious
fr-eratlon for Intestina" obetni"tlon follow?
ing a sadden Ii;n<-*s on the train while re?
turning from a business trip to Texas. a
pr.vtoa? attack of grippe, which threatened1
? develop Into pneumonia. eeriou.Iy eadaa
red i? life for several dava The general,
who was a er-om nan led ay Urs Boiler, waa,
ah!- to walk from the train to the station.;
and It la believed that hie recovery will he
CHARGED WITH rOaWTOIT.
WhHe ttaa ?.d sad Me I? Be- ,
f Sp.rta: ?o TVe Tlraea-Dispatch j
lyaeh^aru. Va . November I? -R W H!p ,
;?? n a ? ? inr white mas, * P irre???d here
'ate te-4ay charged with forging the aaree
o' a lora: Peak raahler ta a telegraph laee-;
?age :e a '??-?->??.??> i:> beak, en which it
I? charged tv f Hippen rrpertrd to Sash a
had check He auaarted the telegram when
he addrveaed It to the Pirat National Baak,
fo- Charlettesvt;;* has so mch sank Hip?
per: waa arrested IS cempaay with hts wife
aa they came out of a theatre She asses
ranted him te the petlee station and he a
f ?Teelal-a Tb? l ahUS Dispatch J
Rsi'hTY N C. Neremher W-rarly ?
night Joan Read, a we" hnawa aeem deay
maa. was shot te Seeth es seltthery err
aeer the Acsdeaty at Maale by aa amkea
new-*, who aha? Rand Sve times and I_
witT-owi any eae luaatasahaf ban wane
|*e-l?' te The Tiroes Pirn etch J
FTfderVhaherg. Va.. Paewaaber St?
awsa* sad Max BMrdie law Whksrs. d
?er at T ? amnhwea. seta er BTfc*
?eann. were emersed Thai sie; at ab?
at taa lutea. Per J W Hart siilnaU
LORD K1LMARNOCK IS
ENROUTE TO JAPAN
He Has Just Been Appointed
Councilor of British Em?
bassy at Tokio.
?V LA M \ KQl ISL DE FOhTEXtlV.
LORD kilmarnock, who mam Just
been appointed councilor of Ida
Urittsh embassy at Tokio. where
ho will set a* < -barge d'affaires when
?-v?f th- ambassador happens to
ma absent and who is leaving England
for the PaMed States and Canada with
I?tdy Kilmarnock. en route for Jiiiun.
1? not only a gnfleSS of vjueen Victoria
and heir to the highest office in the
kteeTSeej of Scotland, nut ai?<> has royal
blood in his veins. The seventeenth
Karl of Erroll married Lady Elizabeth
Fits. Cl?rene-. natural daughter of
William IV atid of the actress Mrs
Jordan, and thus became the son-in
law of that < c.-entnc sovereign who
used to be referred to by his subjects
as -Sally Billy " The present and tw?-ri.
tieth Earl of Krroll is th. grandson
of this union, and a gr.-a.t-gr,uidson St*
King WilUam, while L<ord Kilmarnock
is the present earl's eldest son and
Lord Kilmarnock has b-, n until
.juite recently secretary of legation
at Stockholm, has achieved s >ir.c turn
as a piaywught of considerable w.t. h.?
most suoce-ssful play beins "The Col- I
laborateurs.' which ran for a UflM in I
Ix>ndon. lie is also an SkOBHsat ama?
teur actor, and has been guilty of one
novel entitled "t'ereluh, ' which he is
said to re-gcvt. Both King Peergo and
^ueen Mu% are veiy .0:?. ol in.11 a..:
frequently have him as their cuist
when at lWmor .u, and it wee Jur;:.;
his .nay there With them a couple ?,;
years ago that he was sul?j.-ct? u to a
somewhat severe Bannering by a mem?
ber of the royal shooting party, whose
name was charitably Kept secret. It
is necessary to add that the guilty
party was not the King, who is perhaps
the finest sporting shot in his donrin
iona For at Lie time w-hen the acci?
dent was cabled over to this country,
the newspapers on this side of the At?
lantic were filled with caricatures
showing Lord Kilmarnock In the act of
being peppered by his sovereign. Lord
Kilmarnock Is good-k>oking, with the
dark hair and low forehead which ever
and anon show themselves among the
Hays. He has the porfeot manners of
his forbears, to which Dr. Johnson bore
tribute when he described the Lord Kil?
marnock of his day as V>f the moot
graceful and of the most elegant, pol?
ished and popular manners," and is
married to the very pretty daughter of
Sir Allan Mackenzie, of Glen Muick.
Lady Kilmarnock brought to her hus?
band quite a large fortune, inherited
from her grandfather, who had ac?
quired it out In Indie, first as a hatter
and afterwards in the Indigvj trade.
On his return bo Em gland he bought
Glen Muick and thus became a neigh?
bor of Queen Victoria and of her eldest
son. in the Highlands, helped Edward
VIL as Prince of Wales to found the
Maryborough Club, of which he was
the principal financial backer, and used
to be known among the heir apperent's
set by the nickname of "the. benefac?
Lord Kilmarnock on his father's
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PUUTT Kt CREAM
I death will inherit th' office of lord
! High Conetabl,. of Scotland, which has
been hereditary i:i his family ever elnoe
it was bestowed by King Robert Bruce
in 1315 on his devot-<J .?mpanion In
arms. Sir Hilbert Hay ,,f Errott.
The oJBce invests Lord K?marnock's
father, that hi to say. the present Karl
of airrett. wits precedence over eveev
peer and dignitary of tiv- Kingdom Of
Wrmtiaad who does sot happen to be
I a prince of the Meod
! He likewise has. as t-ord High Con -
stabh of .Scotland, trie ught uf remain -
,ing sneered in the severe pa's preeeaoe.
Sir Waiter Scott relates how tins rijrlit
was exercised by the teerteOQth ;larl
Krroii at tb* evroaatloa of George HI
I his earl was th- SOB of that Lord
Kilmiu nock who had bees executed as
a Jeeob rebel os. Towi r .-i II islxteen
rears previously, sad trie knowledge of
the fact, together with many other
emotions <i.uiily guessed, caused tie
younit narl fe. i sesnewhet snaiindful
of what was ?oing on around him.
When Or-orge III. entered tilt great
haii at w??tminster for th? eoroaetioe
banquet, everyone doffed his hat but
leans; Loid Erroll. arbe stood aheeet
niind. d!y staring in the King's face.
Scandalised ads fills rush.d towards
h:m. apparently ignoiant of his privi
Itge. which he had exercised not in
trntionai;y. but through absence of
mind. But the Kln;r, w:;h a getcJusOM
, v/nich left him in later Pente, iook is
I the situation at a glance an'i, turning
to the earl, begired h:m to remain cov?
ered, as he was perfectly aware of the
.: ient pre. og;;ti\ es of the I_orl itign
Constable of n 1 s gsed Kingdom of
Scotland, and added that SB rsgardsd
lxird Ei roll's |<v- senee In that capacity
at the coronation as -a v.-rv particular
cm ittsaOnt and bee or,' int; him his
hand ba hiss. Wal pole describes this
? -,i o Knoll us "th- nobiest ).;^ure 1
The present I.ord Krroll. who is the
twenty-third hereditary I^ord Hitrri
Constable, is one of the very few mem?
bers of th^ British seeragcs that can
boast of having been born on this side
of the Atlantic, having come into the
world at Kingston, Canada West, in
185i. He served with a good deal of dis?
tinction during the war In South Af?
rica has commander! the Royal Horse
Guards, also a cavalry* brigade after
his promotion to field rank, and is the
chief of the historic house of Hay. of
which the two Junior branches art
headed by the Marquis of Tweeddale
and by the Earl of Kinnoull.
According to some, the Hays are a
branch of the Norman De la Hayes, who
came over to En gland at the time of
the Conquest and drifted north to Scot.
, la,nd. But the most popular belief is
that which Is commemorated In the
heraldic devices of the house and In the
family motto, "Serve Jugum." which
may be interpreted as "Preserve the
yoke." The story goes that at the
battle of Loncarthy against the Danes
a stout yeoman farmer performed pro?
digies of valor with the yoke of hie
Plow for his sole weapon, turning
defeat into victory, and receiving in
recognition thereof lands and knight?
hood from his grateful sovereign, ae
well as authority to use as supporters
for his new armorial bearings a couple
cf yeomen, each armed with a yoke.
Lord Erroll makes bis principal h >me
at Slaina Castle, which, situated on
the ooast of Aberdeeoohlre. on the edge
of a precipitous cliff overlooking the
I North Sea, has been the home of the
I Hayn of Erroll ever since it was gran-t
I ed to Sir Gilbert Hay by King Robert
Bruce 600 years ago. The grounds are
very extensive and nearby is the fam?
ous golf course of Cmden Bay. while
among the moot interesting relics pre?
served at the ceetle la what ia known
ae "the curse of Scotland.'' It Is the
playing cared, a nine of diamonds, on
which the Duke of Cumberland wrote
hie memorable order that no quarter
should be given or prisoners taken at
the battle of Culloden. fought on April
15, 1746. The order was given by the
royal duke on the night before the bat?
tle, and as the general to whom it was
communicated realised that the duke
was hi his cups, ho insisted on having
the order In writing. To satisfy him,
the duke is said to have angrily
snatched e card, that la to any, the
nine of diamonds, from the table on
which he sat gambling and to have
! written the order. The lnnjj usjUoms of
the duke were put int? execution on
the following day. and but few of the
adherents of Charles EM ward, the
Toung Pretender, escarped to tell the
tale of their defeat. The massacre. In?
deed, for that 1s what the battle of Cul?
loden degenerated Into at the end. ex?
ulted indignation and horror, not only
throughout Scotland, but also in Eng?
land, and won for this uncle of George
III. the lasting nickname of "the
Butcher of Culloden," by which he is
known In history.
(Copyright. HI?, by the Brendwood
I Glee Cask Oiassnsid,
| (Special to The Times - Dispatch. 1
1 Durham. N. C. November tt.?After several
seeks of preliminary trying-eat ana working
Into shape the glee club and quartet are new
?ractlcaliy picked, the music Is selected and
at haad. the program of Trinity College has
beea arranged, aad the members or the club
are dally gotag rhrough with bard practica
on the oeeeert that le to ae given on the
fall trip that to to be started December A
Manager Klrkman Is enthusiastic over the
proepects of the club.
f&pecia, to The Times - Dispatch J
Fredertcksburg. Va. November It? H. W.
Devls. formerly of Kilmarnock. ".anciate?
County, aad Mls rrasci X. Qryner. dauail
ter of fharTes W Gr;-r.?r. of Lewlsrnn. Man.,
were married a few days ago at tb* home of
the bride at that place, wher. the couple
TO EE COLLECTOR
Henry County Man Is Candidate.
Other Aspirants for
Geerce it Marshall, of llartlnsvUle.
Is a candidate for the office of Collector
ot int* *nal revenue for the Western
lM-:ri.t ??( Virginia. He is i>elng in
.io-s. <i i>y .i good many T*. mocrets
through-iit th? Mate. Mr Mar ?keil is
a nattv. ..f l-auqule- founty. but aas
practk- 'd law at Martlnjvtlle for six?
teen Jcars He Is a gradoat. of the
law class of Its*. Carvers.ty of Vir
He desires to succeed David T.
Bstley. of Bristol, the present collec?
tor Mr Bailey only recently sncceea
ed L> p. Sumasrrs. of Abingdon. for
yearn a leading politician among the
ReeuMlcane of the Ninth District, woo
Is so well known for bis orgaairatton
i Mil ties that he waa selected to help
nosnlaate Me Taft la the Chicago con?
Mm Und? res Welker, of Liaise.
Is a candidate for psstsnsstsr of that
town, and there la a geed deal of In?
terest la her soccers' fBae ewmbars
Beany si j assort ers
It is reported that friends of Hack
A. White of Rockkridre have subj
pested that he be e raeeedate for the
edsce of district sttemey far the West?
ern met net off Tlisiala ft is set
i The Popularity
Of the Schwarzschild store ts dad up atm
elegance of our stocks and the ijailaPaa
service always to be had here
Richmond's I oartlng Jiwslsss,
_Second and Broad Sta.
Joint Comrnittee to Meet, With
Folkes and McCarthy Present
for Last Time.
The annual meeting of the Joint
Auditing i ommlttea Of the Ueneral As?
sembly will be livid at the Capitol to*
day. The committee will receive the
? ? port of Stale Accountant Carl ton Mc
Carlhy, go over his ncuounta and pre*
para its annual report to the Governor.
Tins committee is composed of fire
members, two appointed by the Lieu
t' :.an:-Uov<.rnor ancf three by the
speaker uf the House, it is at present
composed as followti: Senator E- C.
i'olkes, of Kicnraond., Senator John A.
Leaner, of Norfolk; fames R Jordan,
of Isle of Wight; Ber kley I). Adams. Ot
C?a.iotte; C- M. Lunslord, of Botetourt.
Mr. ivmsford is cnair man and Senatoa
in the past two ye. irs the reports OS
this committee have been of great in
t. rest throughout th ? State. That ot
two years i?go a: oused a veritable
storm of approbation and disapproval,
.?-trikinif. as it did. .at many featurea
of the management ?tf State affaire in
which the committee suggested Im?
provement, it first let the people ot
Virginia know of the deficit In the
Swanson administration, and of the
fact that Governor Mann waa forced
to borrow money In lfio to meet the
expenses of government
This meeting will hut the last for two
men who have been In the work front
the beginn In?-. Senator Folkea aad
State Accountant McCarthy will be?
come members of t;t>e Administrative
Board of Richmond cm January 1. and
will before that day Uender their resig?
nations to the Oovernpr. It la general?
ly understood that Frank Smyth. Cap*
tain McCarthy's assistant, will succeed
him. A Senator wQll be named by
Lieutenant-Governor Ellyson to suc?
ceed Mr. Folkea on *Jhe auditing com?
mute, which la a bodjr required by the
[Special to The Tirs>es-Dfamatoh.j
Frederick ?hur?;. Va, November la.?William
D. Hudgine aad Mia, Kau Oolilar ware mar
rtej several days ago ag Beluda. la MMdle
*? County. Rev. E. L? Hard fleet le perform?
ing the ceremony.
Display of Rfiflmwy
OS West STth Sl? Mow Ter* Cety,
AT HOTEfL. RICHMJONI),
MONDAY. 1ITH, TTTBSTAAT. lfTH.
A sty nah Una of Tailor and Dreea
Havta, Teovertlee, Faowera, direct from
New York and parts. To* lnopaoUsn
' On Wednesday aJKea-noon. 30th; Ttnsrs
_ day. Mat,_
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n. xf. m
The Best in Fiimture
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