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Federation of Labor Sentiment
That Sherman Measure "Be
Amended or Ended."
Koch? ater N. Y.. November 1?.?An all-day
diwuaston o? the Sherman antitrust lew. a*
Interpreted in the Dai.bury hatter*' case, t*"
.)?> prevented cotalderatioa by the Amtrl
**? Federation of Labor convention ol the
c<t rolttee on edeeatioa** report i.h the re*o
HUe* favoring the ad >ption of Industrial
urloi lam in the place of craft organUation.
When discussion o! the rma:. a* ?a*
s**sd the question of lektag ata** t* en
i urage lt? amendment was referred back
aa the raaailltaa on the s*uei*eafa resect.
Th. committee ?rill make a report later In
the- week. H) a apeclal order disission of
lriernatloral unlontam ?*# s? t to follow, and
?i be tax. n up to-morrow niorning
lhr**g* tht lay apeak- rs arrai?ued the
Bheramaa ??? a* -onstltutine a menace to
right el aha met hare to organise for pur
mt ?c? at eeaaaaea ime.-e?t, but a difference
*:>??< concerting the best means to tom
**| the :a? Memberf of lha radua! wine
a:<L?-d that political action through a part>
organization in the workers' Interest* waa
the only me^ni Pr.si?Viit liontpera and
*t**f BjaaBhaBJ of the conservative ?:t:g
1 ? ? that the remedy lay In election of
lalor men. *.' whatever political affi.lmlor..
t? i'.nrree?. ar.i agitation aga:iist the la*
b. time-honored union methods tVhaitui
rm-.tt.a 1? erar-l ?> ed. it wa? t:ie convention
asfimert that t la? must it the words
* President ?J..:up. r*. "be amended or end
\: the afternoon aaaafo* .-vv-ialisis arged
t: ?.: p.ati fo- defeating lit' law. and * ?
leader* of the con?er?ati\e side rebuked
i:eii; :<>r ?r!t.?.iiz up a political discussion
1-. a labor contention Charges of disloyally
t? .abcr'a cau? w.re to ?de against : .
i- by l're?4?lc:.: '.j..p>rs and other* of
east I ?ailTI wing, and there w ere re
p..s er Iranian atcPeaald, 1'n.ck Hayea
a. : lain H Walker, of the I'nited Mite
leases B Oaeroi ?f Bt Louu. repreeeotiag
?i foaadr) worker*, led th. atta? k on the
Kie .allst position Among those who follo?-.
? . at as** Mass Mary McCauic). of Buff a.o
< aiming tlK Com menial Telegrapher*
I la*. th< Brat woman de.e?eie to take part
ti ru? siecaaaloas of ih* c****att**
i'.-als urged tre federation to support
!?? D* a a* IJ hatters ?.od ta assume tte
*.::? I and judgments that may be Imposed
?., lha**. Ihsi | ...cy is opposed by pres.:
c-!.: fi-cmpers and athara on tha I in and lliai
It woaid to vi ft ^rosacuUoa o: the federation
t" aar uzc -air. I
Coo tic ted I- rom Fsrst i*a???'.> I
Cambridge Circuit. \V Twilley.
Cai esviil.. V.* K. Crow der Cape
C axle*. J. H. Ha.ioway, Chertton. J. R.
L.-u?hi'-n: Dorchester, tj be- supplie?i.
t rar.ktown ar.i Johnsons. John O. I
***** Hog Is and Harry Todd. supply:
Keiler. Porter Hardyi Onancock and,
-Ar.-irew Chapel L- B Betty: Onley. !
Lvcustvjlle and M-.-!fa. P M. Hank: Po- \
v r. -'ke. J. R GUI: Punftoteague. W. L. '
Tt*lghj; Salisbury J. F. Carry ar.d W.
.V VVright ~-rtr. Dorchester. J. J.
? :-??> ruirl:- tt Martine. P M. Bell:
tVaehapreague and .^mith Chapel. W.
ii r;>t-hT. ? :;p:y
Mhastecwury Japan, J C. C Kew
1" T Dadmun, presiding e'.der.
Amelia. J. E Uanic.s. E. J. Pott*,
isapernuaaerar] Blackstone. J. C. Kreil.
Boydtoa !; H s ? ?; Buckingham, to
l~ .- .pplleu Burkcrille, K. Ci Jellies;
Cart-rsville. u a. >; Conrad: fhar
1 ????.. T <; Pullen Chase- City. J. W.
? U ob ins: Clarkarille, H P. Head. k.
A Potta, yjpernumerary; Crew?. A. L?
.o.Klin. Cumberland, j. T. Payne:
Karmvilb, \v t;. pa-k-.-r \V. K. Proc?
tor, supernumerary; Kenhrldg* ctr
viit. Bart D. Stephens; Lunenburg, j.
M. iSreeae; North Mecklenburg, j T.
?Varell; Nottoway, W, B. Jett: Powba?
ton, t* be 8U|>pli>-d: Prince IMward. ().
B. Newton: FroapeCt, J. VV. <le--. Trin?
ity. J. S. Maxey; Victoria circuit,*". W.
Kngland: \Vt-?;t Buckingham. ij. W.
i . aaly, supply.
Principal Bla kstone Institute. t. k.
AaaoctaU erl.f>.; E;ilt::iior- and Hivh
ni-'iid Christian Advocate and c?rvT;il
ansperiatendent of Southern Assembly,
I K Joliff. p esidirip eld. .
Itrur.sw ick. J. \V. Illckroan: ?"li.-^t.-r
??:?. tV. i- Hay*; Dendron. T. .!. C.
Heath; I'ir,?i4<ie .; R. R.\
D:nw i.Mi.. | ^Fltaslp Emporia, J. S.
Pet^r:-. t-rttM-k. ?<; \v. Watkine:
akstiatisiPIe, j. k r.iooks: Lawreuce
vJaV I. w. stiff; Matoaca, .1. i:. Askew .
Mecklenburg Richard f~t 11 ?nil
ivt.rsMrrg: Basndferd and City P-or.t.
H. c Oretrery; Hieh .<??.-. t. VT H. At
arill: Market Street. ?; H Spe..jn. r.
Memorial. L C M'-.r- Washington
For Men and Boys
There is no usurpation in this distinction of "Head?
quarters. When you see our magnificent showing of Fall and
Winter Suits you'll accord such distinction to us impulsively,
instantaneously. You'll marvel at the completeness of repre?
sentation of every new fabric, pattern, color and model, and
many exclusive styles, not found elsewhere. You'll admire
the art and skill of the Burk designers and workmen which
the clothes reflet in their graceful outlines, perfect tailoring
and accurate fitting, and when you examine quality and price
you'll readily appreciate the benefits and advantages of the
' Burk" unique Maker-to-Wearer" selling proposition, which
eliminates agent and middleman and enables value-giving im?
possible at any other store.
Remarkable Showing at
$15.00 $18.00 $20.00 $25.00
BURK & COMPANY
MAIN AND EIGHTH STREETS.
Street E. Hooker; Wesley, \v. T. a.
Key nee; Prince George, W. w. sawyer.
?Suuth Brnnewlck, tt. Powell; south
Chesterfield, R. if. Mexkn; South Din
Widdle. U. Raboock. South Hill. W.
L. War-: Sussex. W. J. Wall Wake*
Held. K. F. Garner; Wav. rly, W. T. Wil
lian.*: West Brunswick, ii. ii. smith
*V? st Chesterfield, Mcl>. H?cker; West
Dinwlddle, O. E. b. Smith.
a. ; Llpscotnh, presiding eider
Den by ;uid Pairmount. W. W. Roy all;
Fox Hill, to be supplied: Hampton.
Central. W. G. Lurch: First Church,
F. b. McSparran: Hampton Loads. A.
W. Koten, supply; Larchmont, J. T.
Green, I.ynnhaven. .t. F. Valiant. New?
port News: Chestnut Avenue, T. J.
Taylor; Grace. G. W". M. Taylor: Trin?
ity. V. G. Starr. Norfolk: Bratnbleton
Arense, F- G. Davis. Colonial Avenue.
J. W. Shackleford; Cumberland Street.
J. A. Thomas; J. B. Merritt. super?
numerary. Epwortli. T. a Sinoot.
Ghent. S. A. Donahoe; Leck'.e's Memo?
rial, v. M. Bargamin. McKvndree. G.
W. Jor^s. Park Place. I, T. Williams,
Slon, J. L Bray. North Princess Anne.
V. G. C. Butts: Oaklette. F. E H. Mc?
Lean: Ocean View. N. J. Pr?den: Prin?
cess Anne. S. W. I>ay; South Princess
Anne, J. T. Moore: Toano, J. K. White.
WiUmmsburg. J. T. Whitley: chaplain
tu seamen ami mmber Leckie's Quar?
terly Conference. J. T. Routten
W. h. Edwards, presiding elder.
Appomattox. R. L> Wlngfleid, Alta
rista, Starke Jett: Bedford City. W. W.
Lear: Bedford Circuit. C. R. James,
Bedford Springs. L. F. Caliahan. sup?
ply. Brookneal. J. W. Marsh. Camj..
bell. R. B. Blankenship. Concord. C. H.
Williams; Elba. W. H. Grubbs. supply.
Halifax, S. L, Dumville: Lynchburg
Circuit P F. Arthur, supply; Lynch
burg. Centenary, R. M. Chandler.
Court Street, J. N. Latham; Memorial,
W a. Cooper: Rivermont Avenue: J
H Light; Trinity. L. A. Smith: West
j End. Ray Movre: Madison Heights. L
I W. Guyer: Middl? Bedford, to be sup
jpli.-o: North Bedford. W. L Mays.
I Pamolfn. J. R Sturgis. South Bedford,
i to be supplied: West Bedford, to be
supplied. West Campbell: A K. Lamb
!din: conference secretary of missions.
? IC. H. Bennett.
S. J. Brown, presiding e^der
lentis. I. G. Crutchfieid; Berkely,
I Liberty Street, C. E. Pleas.tnts: Memo
I rial. W. T. Green Boykins. It. S. Baugh
lan. Capron, w. E. Grant. Chsrehland
J and West Norfolk, L C. Shearer Crit
| tenU-.n. N. A. P.-.ge; Drivers. R T.
.Clarke. Franklin. C E Blankinship:
j Gilmorton circuit, W. G Bates. Sr.;
j Isle of Wight. C E. Johnson; Mount
Vernon. C. a Campbell Newsotns, W.
J. Williams: Portsmouth ? ?'eniral. G.
IT Forester: Cottag. Place. .-. r Bill;
,' Rim Avenue. .1. ,T. Gregory, s.pply:
Honsrsestsl, J. s. Hosman. Park View,
I ?V a Smart; Port Norfolk and Plr.
j aers Point B. T. ("mdler: Wright Me
I morisl. John Ilannon; Smithfi-id. I ?. T.
' ?I. rrit: r-out.'ampton. (1 P Myers:;
l South Norfolk. II. <> Payne; Suffolk?
! Mam Stre. t. R. M Maxejr. Oxford an I
: M.iirriolia. J. C. Roberteon: VFhsJeyvllte
I and Bsmeton, il L Busby; Windsor. J.
W Q Bocgs. preSidinK < lder
1 Bethany, h J. Payior. Colonial
Red. h. L T Hitt: East Math-ws. R F.
lOayle: East Middlesex. J. s. Wallace;
. East York, ii. .\. inertness; Kssex, it V.
lOw?a, iHiiatsatsr. iL s?. EHiutt; Glou?
cester l'oint. J. W. Liliaston: Heaths
trUle, J. E. iiearn. Henderson Station,
jE. Pi Hail; King George. K. P. I'arbam.
King and yueen. J. C Digges, suppiy,
I King Wiliiam. W. P. Province; Lan
? caater. J. C. Harry; Mathews, X. B.
I Foshee, Middlesex. C. E. Hobday,
I Montross. T. G. LaiiKhornc: Richmond
[Circuit, C. H. Kidd; Snacklefords, E
Eueas. Crbanna. u. M. t'larke. West
Lancaster. A. K. Lewis. West Mathews.
j I. W. o?jden: M estnioi e.and. B- E. Hud
ison; West l'oint. S. O. Wright; Whale
i stone. J. W. Bossier. York. W. G. Bate.*, j
Student at VanderMlt University and
member Montross Quarterly Confer- ?
ence. T. G. Loughon.
Transferred to the East Oklahoma
! Conference, Frank Burruss.
I ?.IM? For Ximiobi.
j The most Important report presented !
j during the afternoon session was that I
of the Board of Missions. This report;
I showed that during the past year $9?.-!
j 444 waa contributed by the conference!
> to foreign and domestic missions, and j
j the total amount, including that given
j by women's societies. Rosebud auxiliar- I
1 les and ?special contributions was $143.-j
T. S. Southgate. of Norfolk, was
elected conference lad leader. J
Resolutions of thanks for entertain?
ment and for the courtesies extended
by the press and the railroads were!
adopted by a standing vote of the!
conference. Resolutinns of apprecia- j
tion were voted for the presidency of j
? Bishop Wilson, and were adopted with j
i a standing vote.
The opening sermon at the next ses
Sion of the conference will be preached
by Rev. K. B. Blanckinship. or T. B.!
i Reeves alternate. The sermon at the:
Ordination of elders at the next session
[ of the conference will be preached
I by Rev. W. H. Edw ards or Rev. F. L
Wells. alternate. The minutes of the
sessions of to-day were read and ap?
proved Just before the reading of the
Bishop Wilson stated to the confer?
ence that he knew trie appointments
would not give satisfaction to all of
the preach-is. and that all he could
do was to pray the blessing of Al?
mighty God upon them In their work.
He referred them to the pleasure con
! netted with the several visits he had
j made to the conference as Its presiding
; officer. Bishop Wilson lead the sing
i ing of th< doxsology ? hen the reading
' of the- appointments, had been com
! pleted. and then pronounced the beue
! niction. with which the conference ad.
floelag Day Session.
The conference began the work for
! the closing day .it )?> o'clock this
! mornlnK. with Rot. .1 W. Bledsoe !n
j the chair. President pro tern, of the
! conference Rev. W. E. Judkins led
I the opening prayer. The minutes of
j the session of Monday were read and
! B:sho;> Wilson arrived at 10:30 and
; t<*ik the chair. The first order of the
day was the consideration of the
amende*! report of the Sunday school
board, which included that Item ->f the
report reia'.'ve to the appointment of
a fi<ld secretary to represent the sun
day schoo'. board during tbe coming
Several merr.bora of the conference
"All There Is To It" O-Jfjll
Stir a teaspoonful :^;^jfiSS^"~7
in a cup of hot water. sBv^i;
Step in any day this week to ^ttt^AXT^
The Cohen Company, w^?S^
First and Broad Streets f
the newest foodnlrink with a rich, delicious flavor.
Watch the Magic of its Making
Sold by all grocers.
Ms*** by Posffjm Cs*ssJ Co . LreJ . Bs?U Cre?k, M*tk
?poke to the report. The vote w
then taken and the report waa adopted.
Including the recommendation for the
appointment of G. K. Green ax Held
Beard of Finance.
The report of the Joint board of fi?
nance was submitted and adopted. The
first item of the report contained an
expression of appreciation of the work
of \V. W. Vicar, for til teen years treas.
urer of this board, and contained al*u
the nomination of John Victor, o.
Dyiichburg. as his successor, with J.
J. Scott, of Bedford City, as assistant
The report recommended that the I
reports ot all the churches b.- not in- .
eluded in the conference annual, but
that each district publish these in
pamphlet form tor distribution
tin ougnout tile district.
This report a iso iccomnieiHled that
tiie recommendations contained in the
i?aper of K. H. BOWS regarding tiii.liig
Hid the preaching Ol special Bermolls
on this subject, be not enforced ut
this tune, a-thoug.i tue recoinnieiida
.ion was commended.
Thin report i ec e m mended also the
issessment of $Jti,00u for conferene?
'laiinants for the coming year, f?s.uuO
it this amount to he ?x,.enu.d to su?
perannuated preachers and widows and
irphans of pr. a hers in this comer
-nee. and $2,0uv to bo applied to the
luperannuated endowment fund. j
The report of the board of church
extension was read and adopted. This
-eport reoommetided an assessment of
H 1.832.5? on tile conference for ohureu?
xt.-tusioji the coming year.
The report of the committee on Sab
>ath observance was read and adopted.
The following paper was submitted
>y T. McN. Simpson anJ was adopted:
Publicity Is .Needed.
"Whereas, there is need that busi- 1
less methods should he used to give
publicity to all the agencies of the
shurch for the purpose of bringing
nen under its influence; therefore
"Resolved, first. That we recognize
he press as a power in influencing
>ublic opinion, and should be used to
urther every moral and religious
?Resolved, second. That it is the
jurpose of this conference to use
?very legitimate means in its power
o give publicity to the great work the
thurch is doing in trying to uplift and
>rlng every human being Into sub
nission to our Christ,
"Resolved, third. That it is impor
ant that full reports be published of
ill public meetings of our quarterly,
listrict and annual conferences, also
Sunday soiiv?>l associations, missionary
ind aJl other meetings.
"Resolved, fourth. That the secular
>ress be. and is barssay, requested in
.he interest of public morality and the
tultivstion of a wholesome taste on
.he part of the reading public to give j
ipace and prominence as far af pos- '
rible to all forward movements of the
Christian church, of charitable and
>enevob>nt organizations and news
terns and matter relating to the pro?
gress of Christianity and human bet?
terment throughout the world.
"Resolved, fifth. That the members
>f this conference take an interest in
teeing that the secular press lie aided
n securing and publishing news items
tnd reading matter of the character
ibove mentioned, and as they have op
>ortunity furnish to the press in both j
jountry and city selections and orlg
nal literature or an exalting charac?
^ uioesuoail statistics.
The educational statistics of the con
erence were presented, as follows, and
Randolph-Mscon College. Ashland:
Ft. E. Flackwell. president: value of j
rrotnds. buildings and appliances)
1155.000; endowment, $2*4.000; officers
tnd teachers. 23; number of students.!
Randolph-Macon Woman'a College, j
L.ynchburg; W. W. Smith; value of j
grounds, buildings and appliances. ;
(420,000; endowment, $317.000; officers j
ind teachers. &6: number of students, j
Randolph-Macon Academy. Bedford |
~ity; E. Sumter Smith: value of i
grounds, hsUdllllS $110.jO0; number oil
officers and teachers. 13; number of 1
Blackstone Female Institute. Black?I
stone; Rev. Thon R. Reeves, value of
grounds. buildings and appliance*.
1150.000: number of officers and teach-f
trs, IS; number of students. 430.
Randolph-Macon Institute. Danville: ?
CThas. G. Evans, value of grounds, ;
Buildings and appliances. fll?.vOO; of-)
leers and teachers, 23; students. 228. |
Total value of grounds, buildings and 1
appliances. $949,45*. I
Total endowment. $601.00#.
Total number of officers and teachers.
Total number of collegiate students,
727: subcoliegiate students, $78: total
number of students. 1.605. /
ENTERS PLEA OF GUILTY
TO CHARGE OF FORGERY i
[SBSebBl to Th? Time*-Dispatch]
Frederleksburg. Va . November 1*.?James]
rinmoos in the Corporation Court here
pleaded guilty to the charge of forgery is
forging the name of Prank f. Brosrn to
:heeks and SSBBSSBBBSJ the money Common
n-?alth's-Attomey Barsner asked that the
BBBBi ?:? e the your.* mas the minimum pus
labment- Jude* Goolrlck sentenced Tlatmono
to eer\e one year on the public mad farce.
Mate Senator R. C. L. Jtfoacure. of Staf?
ford <"ounty. Is prominently meatless d 'or
ih? position of co'ieetor of Internal revenue I
Bar the Eastern District of VIigists seder I
the Wilson administration te secceed the I
present .-otle'tor. M K UWVy, who ia fram j
the same roost:
As showing what <-an be avrrrtmplBBhed with
I smal. par<?: of land In this section of thej
state, tt. w Tni?:<>?. a wet: known farmer
i?f .?lafTord i'our.ty. near this city, espeti-!
m.M?d durlns th? p.-.?t sashes oa one and]
r-n--quarter BBSS* of land on hla tarns. He!
rut from this s-va tSSS tons of fear, wnrtfei
Its. houa?<t f^urre^i barrels ?f earn, srortbl
M? and ?a?her^d f'?1der worth BfM Thai!
ni; kss ? total of fJ* 3? II? has peaioweS the
?SSSe pi"-" o* around and baa sewa It la
?- ?? fSSf hay nest sprnlg. I
Klv i?;- Kobert A ("Ubson. ef the T' .-?
or Vtralnta. wilt preach at the Church v'
ty. H" > -ptrlt. In Stafford <"eunty. n??r this
. :vt- :->. n't-raoon jt i o < i'v fc. and
m riKiBrm a elass
it' A W H son of Mr aad Mr.
A B Jeweo. ??* spotsyivaata Cowaty. whe
has b-en pastor of tfee church at BrBiaartng.
Kins act Queea Ceoaty. fens accented e cir?
cuit of Baptist churches re Nonh umber '.and
f'ouaty The charches oasaaastag taa Beta
er. Bethasy. Olfisa sad Tatashei.
Lj er.t.ur*. . .
C-.sthorae, mt Msninavitv. waa_??._
sevsra! lays ago far trietsssat far a serv
?ot rrowb:*. this aaeewlag leaped from the
atre?w ?? fesr 11 Bisset sa tfe* ratrd seor
a Harrte?? street home Sho was picked up
rn an oaensiorlisss '?idltlm. aad at a
*A*r.ita It was faaad eSe ?Stsine* s h-w?en
'es s-rtesis latary I* b?r aavh and pron,*;?.
wir* laieras: Barts SThii? p?itasgss awrt
Mlsa r alhorw* will. It fe ttseoaSt. recevar
**? hae Be-e t-aehiag ss-ba*. near War
tit. ? a? ------- -
An es-ar-ainmsst wss glv?? last aleht as
Coiwou. >'M?. Xa Bat, Order sf Ibe OtMe,
?ssj. at smlthdeal Hall Vwcal and isswrs
mss-ta. f. .st was n aBirael by Mra Imlssy
Mr. l^ta. Mr MeJU Mrs Bern ass, Mr. aat
Btra M?J sa aad BTSSS PB^taa ~l ggB ft.
ftsataesssata s^ers sswsd sstSSSBBSebsp Buesa
10 be examined
as io his tum
Trial of Cornelius Lucas on
Charge of Murder Postponed
Until Next Court.
[ Special to The Timw*-rH*p*toh ]
Kayettevllle. N. C November 1?.?Exhtblt
leg supposed eiens of insanity. Cornelius
Ixru, charged with the murder of W. C.
J i ?- of Linden. w?ui brought Into Bupertor
court thin ufternoon to be examined mM to
lil< unity. Before a Jury could be Impanel?
ed I hi prlaoner'a counsel preyed far * con
l*eeelTi owing to the unavoidable absence
?mic ?r in? attorney*. B- F. Young, of
Judge Lyon (ranted the request, and Lucas
?Hl be tried for a datarmiaatloa ef bis aen
ity or insanity at rhe next term ef court.
During th? brief prayers ef tbe bearing.
Lmeas saved headforemoat from hte chair,
lay on the floor with hie face hidden, and
attempted tu run across the floor on bis
b?rde and knees. The accused man pleaded
est guilty at the Angus: term and appeared
wrfecttv normal, but has lately exhibited
<-Mra?:dlnary Symptome, refusing to talk te
his own lawyers, and continually aides his
face. Lucaa killed W C. Joses la a quarrel
at an Ice-cream supper la Linden.
Temple Reynor. an eighteen-year-old yoeth,
waa placed on trial la the Superior Court
thtt afternoon on the charge of killing Neill
brr.iih. 'Jtii.fi charged with murder in th*
acLcnd decree, and his fate now rests with
the Jury. The testimony and argument had
b. eo cuniplelrd before adjournment- Tbe
defenae presented no evidence, resting It*
ease on tlie testimony of th* State's wlt
tieskf... The testimony of the on* eyewlt
asaSs, John E. Davla. waa that Kaynor struck
Srr.ith with a llghiwood root, while the lat?
ter was threatening film with a knife.
Surprise Doable- WeddSkg. I
[Special to The Times-Dispatch. J
ilifton Forge. Va.. November is.?a double
k'Jding here to-day took by complete sur
prie. the friends of the four contracting
part lee The ceremony took place st th*
residence of one of the brides. Miss Anna
ui*e Deeper, whan SA IM o'clock this
morning sh? waa united In marriage to Mil?
iare* <janleld Carroll Tbe Mends of these
parties had known for some Urn* that they
were to h- married soon, but the time end
p'?-e ha.l been kept secret. Last evening
Miss Klizah-tb Catherine ?arwood. of Nel?
son. Silin**] on a visit to Miss Deeper, aad
thla morning there was a double-wedding.
Lev. Oeorge rtreen. of th* local Baptist
Church performing the ceremony. The groom
hi the latter-named wedding waa Walter
Thurmond Wade, a young buelaeae man of
The wedding waa s quiet home affair, on!y
the immediate family being present. Both
brliea were dressed alike, wearing tailored
suits of blue whipcord. Immediately after
th? ceremony they took the train for a wed
dint trlD to Washington and Baltimore.
Mr and Mrs Wade will be absent for ten
ilaya, bjt the ether couple S*B] return the
letter part of thla week. i
Miss ilarwood waa a native of Afton. but
the niher three were popular young people
of rvifton Forge. They srl'.l make this city
their future home.
?" ifton Forge. Va. November Ik?Edward
Walter Irvin of Clifton Forge, and Mlas Nora
O Ntli: Wlthertte. of Lynchburg, were mar?
ried at noon to-day In the parlors of the
National Hotel at Washington, the cereraoeiy
tv-tnic performed by Rev. j. R. Andrews, of
tblr city. The party left for Stamford.
Corn . New Tork and other cities
Tbe groom la a well known engineer on
th- James River Division of the Chesapeake
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News of South Richmond
WILL BE IN PARADE
tlrsaarrstic club Will Meet Tw-hlght
tm Perfect Plane fee? Bis IS ig at. }
The South RJohrnond Domocnvut!
Club elll meet to-night in Fraternal;
11*11 for the purpose of perfecting
plans for the parade next week. In j
which the organ1 nation will units with i
their Democrertic brethren of Rieb -
mond in celebrating the election of
WooJrow Wilson. It is the hope of
thy offloors of the club to have 100
^outbidders under the banners of the
A committee of twenty-one. known
as the "steering" cxsmmlttee. has been
out for nearly a week getting recruits
for the parade. They report good
progress, and are oonfident of getting ]
a large number out. All will be pro-j
vided with colored lights at the ex- |
pense of the club. and. If possible, some j
distinctive banners will b- procured. j
To Derne ad Repairs.
A number of prominent citizens of i
Chesterfield County will appear before
the next meeting of the Board of:
Supervisors at i 'hersterfield Courthouse'
Monday morning to demand that the- '
I clerk's office be pat la shape to care .
I for the records. They will ask that j
I the building be put in a state of good :
I repair, and Uiat the room in which
Che files are kept be made fireproof. I
I The supervisors have on sevem.1 oc?
casions considered having the "lerk'.?
office remodeled and flreproofed At
the last meeting of the board several .
contractors wer?? called In to ! .1 .vpe-.-t
the building and to give an estimate
j on the approximate cost of doing the
j work. The*- estimates hare not ss yet
I been received.
?screedf Rev. G. T. Far is et er.
Among th< ar-pointments made yes- '
: terday by the Virginia Conference of
; the Methodist Episcopal Church. South.
; in session at I.ynchburg. was Rev. R
! M. White to succeed Rev. G. T. For
| rester as pastor of the IVoatur <tr--ft
I M-thodist Church. Mr. Forrest- r will
i take charge at the central Methodist
Church of Portsmouth The pastor.* of
i the Central Methodist. Asbury Metho?
dist and West End Methodist Churcher
were retained in this field for another
Mr. FVyrresier will rireach his fare
Weil sermon next Sunday, and will
then enter Ins? the duties of his new
?harg?. He will leave after four suc?
cessful years, durlnc which the eon
I gregatlon of the church has been
' greatly increased and Just at a time
when the hAndsom*- new building,
erected st a cost of $!?.0V>. w,i: he
dedicated. This building was sttrte.i
Just before Mr. Forrester began his
pastorate, and th? entire amount, with
the exception of about $S.e>io. has !>ee;i
raised through his efforts It is
thought that the new structure will
be turned over to the trust'-es befor.
Thanksgiving Day. In that oaa-\ Mr.
Forrester will have the pleasure of
preaching the first sermon in the
building which he wan instrumental in
securing for his eongre-ratioa. i
tyShssTtal With Hlttlag
George Livessy. a young white man.
was arrested yesterdsy sfternoon en
B warrant In which he was charged
Ith ssssultlng and striking Julia
Colemsn. s colored woman, lie was
hanled for appearance in Follce Court.
Part IX. this morning.
Jsnfess Watklns and Ben Chandler.
Both colored, were arrested last night
snd charged with fighting in the
Both were held without bail..
The suit of Machino against J. <*.
Phaup. Involving the recovery of dam?
ages in Use asm of ?lO.oeo for th
desth et? a small child due to the al?
leged negligence of the defendant.
I which was scheduled for a besting In
? Hastings Coart. Fart IT., this mornlns.
. has been postponed. No rases will b -
! tried until Friday morning.
Forty-five writings were admitted to
I record In Hustings Cowrt, Part II.. dnr
| Ing the October term of the court. Of
' this number twenty-two were deeds of
Tea Robinson colored, was arrested
aast night by Oncer O. F. Sharp after
a desperate ssrht. The ma. who waa
drunk sad eiesiiettj when accestsd by
the officer, pat up a stiff fight bo
Pi sea of ft and coats were collected
from two of s fang off ntns crap
shooters who appeared before Justice
at. a Masrice, yesterday morning la
Police Court Pert It. The other seven
treat to Jail la defsolt. The area were
all employs d on the cotastrwrtton of the
new Mayo Bridse sad ware cssght In
a game during their dinner hair.
T. J. CrswaVr. charged with being
drank aad enable to care for himself,
was lined tTSe end costs
John James ar*d Walter Csrdwell.
hssji ealersdl. charged with disorderly
essatart In aa eat own saloon, were
coats. Imposed for disorderly conduct,
r?aial e? Mr. ?*eweu.
Tbe funeral of Eyre John Powell,
who died Sunday night at his borne on
the Broad Rock Road. In Chesterfield
County, will be held this morning at
11 o'clock from the home. Tbe services
will be conducted by Rev. r. Ernest
Warren, rector of tbe Maade Memorial
Spiscopal Church Tbe interment will
be In Maury Cemetery.
wtillasme? Vaegsaa Marriage.
A quiet marriage waa celebrated >fs
terday morning at 9 o'clock at the
home of Rev. J. T. Haley, pastor "f
the Stockton Street Church, when Mien
Birma B. Vaughan became the wife
of Walter Le Williams. Mr. Haley of?
ficiating. Both are from ehestem-i
County. Following a wedding trip, tha
young couple will be at homo to their
frlenda in Swansboro.
Merrill Bemies will leave to-day for
Hlnton. W. Va. where he has accepw-1
a position with the Chesapeai;' and
Q'ilte a. neat sum w.s realized last
night by a -blind" auction held at the
home of Mr? Ben I*. Owen, of Bu< k
Hill. The entertainment was given
for th.- benefit of the Me?de Memorial
Episcopal Church betiding f'ind
Miss Map?!-- Vartin will gic a talk
this morning at 11:30 a'CScK before- tri.
Ladle*' Auxiliary in tr,e robing room
at the MeSast Memorial ? hun h. She will
discuss her recent trip t" Petersburg,
where srn- represented the auxiliary
as a delegate to the adsjrvwstttosj.
I Celebrates KSVefwal BsssiSy
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