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Look over our line. Our
racks are full of the choicest
pattern--. \\Y will please you
in patterns, quality and
uf every kind to -cierr from.
New Lot of
Whit- and Arab-?3 yards.
Big values from $2.50 to
215 East Broad Street.
GOVERNORS HAVE GONE
Premd-nt Tafts luncheon to the
ir.embcrt. of th< Governors' Conference
yesterday in Was-l-iriKton. was the alK
riil for all th? <:'sringuished visitors,
who have been deliberating In *Ucb
mond for th* la.-t four days, to tak<
th-ir leave of the city. While sev?
er tl of tKe executives went to Wash?
ington Friday m rr.:ng\ the majority
left early yesterday mornina; by tram
?governor Mann, Who went to the Na-j
tlonal Capital for th.- Pre?ioV nt's MKu
ral Credlta" lucheon. returned to thei
<it last r.!?rht w:th former Governor|
WlUsOB, Of Kentucky, who wttl b? hi
Suest for several days ir. th- man
--s-r M-,:cr 2356
Z5T7MATE.S AND NEW IDEAS
L Z1EEPFULLY 5U3MITTEP J
Proposed to Erect Home for
Aged Negroes in Exclu?
I [Speola] tu The Tunes-Dispatch. J
Brookline Mas?. ?fcerabir 7.-?
Brook.ine. the richtest town per cgp
it.i in the I'rtited State?, and one ot
th?- most exclusive residential Center?
in N't w Kngiaud. was in a llurry t>/
when n eras l-.iitiod that William
H. Jeiikin*. a leal estate dealer of
Boston, has plans in,- UM erection 01
a home fOS ascd eegtass a.most next
door to the iiiugnilKeut risidencc 01
lai.-z \aetrssn. m u, t i - mi111ouaire aau
?i in uassadoi to Jupan. Surrounding
th. property o inwmch it is planned t"
srset tne old Mffroea boms arc th-.
homt? of some o! ttM BOB* SXelH4UTl
members of old .\> w- blag land famiiier
v\itnin a stones rhrow Ol the propose.,
home is the great SStStS Of ?d w jr?i l>.
Brandestee. B mi i UoM, 1 i . w ho.-e Wil?
ls otie of the leaders ot staid oid atos
ton and Bro-jkiiue SQCtOty. TUi home
of Judsc Harvey Baatsr, ol the Boston
Municipal Court, adjoins the "home
property.'' opposite the ntgrocs' hoir.
site-, on l-'lang stint, is Um btroosuxn?
Country ClUB, oik of the most t-xiai.>.<<
organizations of its kind m America.
i'he property on wii.cii the home It
to be null! fo.im-r.y trie sue 01
the old flnanrhan Club Frosmnn
Jackson (foamtad Ute parotisrt) to as
i;^- -i ooly for ;i hones for astad m groas
HELD FOR GRAND JURY
Propriet?r ?>f Wesse iiagio imii win
He I p (t January Term of I ourt.
Will Kedd. lO.ored. a dance hall pro?
prietor, was yesterday held for Inves?
tigation by the llenrico County grant
Jury, after a he.irtng hefore Magistrate
R. A. Smith. Redd is charged with
shooting and wounding Reuben Miles,
also colored. In a row that occurred
some weeks ago during the progress
of a dance at Redd s establishment.
On a second charge of carrying con?
cealed weapons. Magistrate Smith lined
Redd 120. Attorney 11 at Smith. Jr..
who appeared for the negro, noted an
appeal from the magistrate's decision
The shooting. It is said, occurred
after Miles had left the hall and at?
tempted to return. Kedd. the claim
Is, would not allow him to enter with?
out paying a second admission fee. and
a quarrel arose over the point The
two BSffroeS ,lr<-w their pistols, as did
Harrison Johnson, anothei negro who
nt"od by. and ;i peiieral shooting affray
r. Stilted, !n which Miles received
wounds that confined him to the CltyJ
Hospital fnr two weeks.
Miles and Johnson wer? fined hy
Magistrate Smith for their part In
the occurrence earlier in U>* week.
Redd was released on bond
' hnrarrd W ith lloiiacbrcnklnc.
Henry Washington, colored, was
yesterday arrested by Henrleo co'.intv
PoUceman Temple. charged wltn
breaking into the house of a netrro I
w oman named Sarah Stewart and j
stealing from her a pair ?f sh^es val-i
ed at SI Matristrate p. M. BinfTd. of
Fairfleld District, Issued the warrant
for the negro's arrest. He will be
tried this week.
Jeerelrv Peddler Arrested.
Tony Sternsdoiff w.is arrested yes?
terday by Policemen Tiller and Jones
on the charge of peddling rines wl*
?t a license IT? was fmind by th->
otflleera, it w;-s s-v:d. s^lllrij the cheap
Jewelry In th-- First Market.
? ?ambling Continued.
"?' <??'?? ??.-?' ? r-^r^etors r'
Manhattan Clsb. ?i Hast Broad .-'tr??:. and
? - j "lac ar:d Fsn~lt &'!?: Club. ftt North
Fifth Street, accused of maintaining un
??'u * rsearta srers again fontin
:?J reswrdsy ?i:or-l-.a; ir. rvic? Court.
I St ? BtebfSI A. STlII go ;r.*o '.he l.'a-ir.;
:.? v: .-'i- .--:?>?
Inrv OfT-i res Hrrr
Ueatsaaat S II Wazaer KeCabs r S.a.,
vs? as CJ?at> i,?r.?ra vr.?:. adlutant
r .-? af <,<--rrg:a a-.d aptaln Klrr.b'r
ough C S. A . r.om lr.'P'rtor-instru^tor or
the. Infantry r-ar. b of th? Oe-orgta ."?"aticr.a:
\?-cr<> *rre?ted for Larceny.
I'rar.k Fields. coii?r?d. was arre.st?,!
:? e?:e.-d.iy or. a warrant charging him
ait-, f.$:?'. fr-.-r. W*. E. f*eaton.
A DOUBLE LIFE
H. H. Hue gins, Highly Respecte I Architect,
With Wife and Child in Roanok'e, Lived Here
Under Name >,f Johnston With Woman
Known as His Wife--Deprcssed by His
Death, Johnston Woman Attempts Sui?
cide?Muggins's Body Sentto ^oanokfj.
Apparently despondent over the SU'1- one of these missives which led to the
den death of H. H. Muggins, a, promi- j diiscovery of hep unconscious form >>>'
iient architect of Roanoke, whom ar- | Bicycle Policeman Bott". aboit two
quaintances in Richmond regarded as | noun after she had taken the poison
her bus bei ad. but who was alleged to < But for emergency treatment on the
! ha^e had a wife and young daughter1 part of Vr. O. C. Tage. City Hospital
i In l:odnuk<-. Mrs. Christina Johnston. | ambulance surgeon, she woul-i bars
? :iho ;t thirty years old, yesterday morn- I undoubtedly accomplished her purpos?-.
'mg al.out :o o'clock attempted to I She was rushed to the City Hospital,
j commit suici-e by swallowing three and last night It w as said she woul'i
ounces of chloroform in her room at recover.
1521 West Main Street. Prior to the| The fir?t intimation the police had
att'-mpt upon her life, she spent hours i of the attempted SHtCtbS was ktStWSSB
i;i writing letters to fr'ends in Rich-1 la and 11 o'clock yesterday morning,
mond. s^ire of Which she mailed, with| wbSfl Mrs. J. B. Kyle, of .130 West
the expectation they would not be j Cary street, telephoned the . eeond Po
? ?. ! r.tll after her death, ir was J lice Station that she had received a
W hy suffer with d 1 sti t 19 ing, nerve-racking
neuralgia when Noah s Liniment will relieve
you) It quiets the nerves and scatters ihr con?
gestion. One trial will convince you. Noah's
Liniment penetrates and requires no rubbing.
I? th* beat rrawd^ tot Xenralt Rl ? imatnn, ^ t.itica. L.irn<
Bark S ?? i :?>'- md Musi*-. >t? Throat, <??!?!-. str.iin.*.
Sprain- 1 I'. ? - ( '!'? ' r .m I - th.i- hr. and all Ncrvr,
Bone and Mu^-1* \rh*> .md *\dr? Th< genuine ha* Noah**
Ark. with kLf> h^iid OT ffWM ' | \<mh ? Liniment"
Ja*v* in RES ink B? h r< md.i ?'? 50, and $] 00
p*r bottl<. ?r.d -?M r>\ <!??'? ( (,t tyrantecd or
m'?nr*\ r?fiitid? 'i L;. \<>.?h Rrnp^h t . | K; I nvnd, Va.
Here's the Proof!
I *tiftr:rd ..'--.A five vear- ?ith ncur,ilc;i.?
, ii. ?.c ic Th. pain mm *o severe 1
.< a r Wp I tried Noah - Liniment, and
??? feral apr>li?ation made me feel better that.
in many year. '- Mr* Martha A Srr. Rtch
::. .r.d. Va.
I differed ten year- <?'
?r wi'h a dreadfully sore
in niv Imi it. and "icl
tfe-enf remedio. but had
? return of the pain at?d
m:v.? till I K*t?" ?he
\oah Liniment.' of ahi?h
teaa than half a bottle *rem?
to have made a pr-fe I
I think it ia
1 do hope
rhrumatUm and OTpr
pain- i"d sorme-?? *"",*<T
!t? curative po*rr- ami ?
hraJrd I 'Hall k-er, -r
hand Mr. I I? B?1>"r
. Pmnt Ka?tern. t arobn
TILTING TOP TABLES
i LECTROLIERS AND DROP
I ANCY DESKS
BOOK CASES, SLIDES AND
PARLOR TABLES AND
TEA rABLES AND TRAYS.
FOOT RESTS AND STOOLS.
DI NM R AND I L \
CUT GLASS AND CHOICE
CANDLESTICKS IN WOOD.
BRASS AND ROMAN
FAIL TO SEE OUR $5.00
LARGE ARM CHAIRS AND
RECEPTION CHAIRS OF
EVERY KIND AND DE?
PICTURES, Etc., Etc.. Etc.
Buy Something Useful!
"A nice piece of Furniture or a nice Rug is a
constant and lasting reminder of the giver."
anntiai CHRISTMAS CAI f
rillilUriLi CLEARANCE OniAU
In which $100,000.00 worth of the best Furni?
ture ever shown in Richmond is reduced 20, 25,
33*3 and 50f/< offers you the best opportunity of
giving a lasting and useful gift.
ADAMS and BROAD
All discounts can be taken off February 5th.
letter from Mrs. Johnston statine that
I she had committed suicide.
liOftr Vat to Scene.
Officer Botto whs hurried to the Main
I Street address, and was told that Mrs.
. Johnston was asleep and could not he
disturbed; that fh* was overcome by
grief over the death of her husband,
whose body was then in the house
The dead man and the woman about!
three months ago had rented two j
rooms from Mrs J. B. Montgome: y, and I
were lookec upon as an unusually hap
When Botto was informed that Mrs
Johnston could not be disturbed he
waited a few minutes, and then de?
manded that he see her. He found her
in bed. unconscious, and a bottle which
had contained the chloroform near her
side. He sent In a huny call for the
ambulance. Further Inquiry disclose')
that the dead man was not named
Johnston, but Huggine More than a
dozen letters, which had been written
by Mrs. Johnston and addressed to
various persons, were found place?! in
the casket of the dead man They
; were removed and turned over to the
police. she had used black-bordered
j The contents of one. anl all were
practically the same, was bs follows.
"When you receive this letter I will
be with my loved one God wanted !
j him. and I know He wants me. Please (
don't think hard of r..e when you learn .
, the truth. The cross was too heavy |
j to bear. Tour broker.-hearted friend.
! "(Signed) CHRISTINA JOHNSTON.
? May we rest In peace Amen."
? She had also written a brief will. It
! was as follows:
i "I bequeath all my worldly posses -
? sions to my dear brother. Patrick John?
"(Signed! CHRISTINA JOHNSTON."
j With Huggtns the woman came to
, Richmond about three months ago.
I They lived happily as man and wife. It
! was reported that they had been mar?
ried about frla years, and that most ot
I their time had been spent abroad. Mrs.:
Johnston was a native of Dublin. Ire-'
land, and it was only a few months,
ago that sh" r?qurst?d that her broth- ?
er come to this country. When seen:
last night, her brother said he under-)
stood his slstsr had been married to
tiuggins. who w as know n to htm by [
the name of Johnston, the same as Ms- ,
He was unable to throw any fur-j
ther light upon the situation
Mrs. Kyle, who notified the police j
f-t Mrs. Johnston's attempted suicide..
became acquainted with her when she
first came to Rlrhmond.
Flnd Raak Qonka.
In the effects of the couple, which
were taken charge of by the police, i
was a large sum of rash and two bank
i books, one In the name of Huggtns. j
j and the other In the name bf the wo
| man. The latt?' showed that she had
ja considerable sum on deposit in the
j Norfolk Rank for Savings and Trusts.
I Norfolk. Vs. She had insaribed in this
j book that she was formerly of Nor?
(.*?? night it w*s s.ild that Mrs.
(Johnston would recover, and that she
had said, when consciousness had re
turr.ed. sh? w<? r!a?1 -Oie woald get
Prominent la Roaanke
Hugglns. whose body was shipped to
P.->anoke Ust night, was said to have
been a prominent citizen there, worth
probably $40.nnrt. He died Wednesday
I afternoon about 4 ?,? o'clock, following
I aa attack of congestion of the lung*.
J It waa said that Ii? asao suffered from
? heart trouble.
The following dispatch wsa received
last night by The Times-Dispatch from
Mr*. Ht K. Hugglns was ar-rised this
afternoon of the sadden death of her
husband in Richmond to-'ay. and she
Is prostrated with wrist Mr Mug?
gins was one of the most active buei
resa men la this city and a lea/iir.g
architect Kor several years he was
the senior member of the firm of Hug
el M * Bales, which drew the plana
for a large apartment hoase In this
etc a year ago Mr. Hoggins dissolved
partnership, and since then baa been
engages! i? h-ismess for himself Re
cently he made plans for a tU9.es?
apartment house and organize* a
. ompanv which has planned to erect
th? structure, rasa meajclng work ta
iir.i,', , t t r Tweaty Team
'Mr H'irglna had lived 'n Roan ok?
fcr twenty ?e?rs and daring Iba? Um?
he p?nr?<1 the matorlty of Ike ?argsei
and most imfoitant buildings ta ti
Mtr. He wag a natlv? of Columbia.?
?> C but cam* to Roanoke from I>ar- I
Hard CIO for Craelty.
Ferguson, colored, was fined $'.
and cost* yeaterdav morning in Pol!
Court for cruelty to a mule
Banana! sims. co.ored, was sent t
jail for four month* for stealing clotr.
lng from George Clegg.
A. M. Johnson and Mike Mahon'
were each fln?d $10 and coete for b<
lng dr-nk. disorderly and reckl>s?:
driving their teams
l:ngfon. S. C. where he spent a por?
tion of his young llf?. He was about
fort?-BS? years old. and Is survived
by his widow and one caughter twelve
> ?ars old. and his mothT. who lives
bars Besides these, he l?a\ es a sis?
ter. Mrs. a S. Burch. and a broth?--.
< lifton P Hugglns. both of this city,
and one sister in South Carolina
"Mr. Hugglns was highly esteemed j B- Wood, of the penitentiary, the
here, both in social and business 0BT- j Circuit Court srU] order *n lnqulr
Claa, and was a man of highest Chris- f""1"* B*n,tv ?* two prisoners. WU
tian chapter. Ho was reputed to ^^^V^. IZL^^
' alt"J been pa?Haass' by the prison surgeo
Said to be lasaae.
At the request of >'uper!r.:?r.d?
STOMACH SICK, SOUR, UPSET MID
FULL OF GAS? PIPE'S DIAPEPSIN.
You're bilious! You have a throbbing
sensation in jour head, a bad taste in
your mouth, your eyes hurt, your skin is
yellow, with dark ring? under your r\t<,
your lip? are parched. No wonder >ou
feel ugly, mean and ill-tempered. Your
-\>tcm is full of bile and constipated
waste not properly parsed off, and what
you need is a cleaning up Matte Don't
continue being a HTfffirff. constipated nui?
sance to yourself and those who love yo-j.
and don't rr-ort to harsh physic? thar
irritate and injutr. Remember that you
sour, disordered stomach, lary liver and
clogged buwrln ran be quickly < lcantd and
regulated by morning with gentle, thor
ougii Casrarrt-; a 10-cent box will keer>
your head clear and make you feel cheer?
ful and bully for months. Get Cascaret
now?wake up refreshed?feel like dotr.<
a good day's work?make yourself plea
ant and useful. Clean up! Cheer up!?
10 CentS. Never gripe or sicken.
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