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that thia consideration was ellminuted.
It was jii-i> assumed that the conspir?
acy th-o;c had be-.n rejected. In vicar
Of other questions concerning the in?
struction* as to principals in the tirst
und BBOOnd digree
? linrur t?ain Head.
All through the morning hour* the
*ury romainod in Its room. At 1:15
aft lock this attar noon, it ana brought
Into court hy direction of Judge
staples, who laanlrod if an agreem* at
had bona reach, d or am* likely. The
foreman sa.d no agreeassal was in
Hain Judge Staple? Uten ordered the;
iury polled, in order that < a. h BSitfht j
aonouratei] answer tin question V? non,
his gaga was nailed, B. K. l.ucki.y.
ol Fairfax COOJttjr. asked that I bo
clerk s Charte to the Jury, naming the
sev< rnl degrees of murder gad bbbb
Blaughter. and their | an:shu.. nt. he
again n >d. and that the body be per?
mitted to retire tor fuitln r COBBlder
This was 1 : - ? : t t . . t h\ |h.? judge,
and the .h. a is road. Tie ,;ry
again Hi.r.ti. and re torn ud erithia
twent) miauten, bringing In .1 verdlot
of guiit> ot nosunton manrJonghtor.
w.'.h a paaishmeal ?i Bra yenra Ige?
taon after their tlai ha raj e aeene of,
tu.- jurors wer,- emphatic .n lha state*I
ges?t that there was noi anaacientI
evidence on ti..- pari of the Common-1
Waith 10 prove aonapirac] oj la 1
that the i .-isoin r Inti atlonally aided
and abetted tin party who kiiied Mr.
Poster, Thete was no evidence at all
to show ti.at Sldna Allen fired at the
attorney for tlx Commonwealth Juror
Thomas A. IV Ulla ma, of Fairfax, said
that nil the Jurymen hsid gone into the
box with opinions rather unfavorable
to th prison, i. it thai after in .tr?
ine the evidence majority was tor
acquittal, agreel the compromise
verdict aa the bee) thing to be done
for both sid. s lie added that eight
lurors would sipn a petition Baking
that the prisoner be relieved of the
sentence they had jast Inflicted After
the jury had been diecbarged, Judge
Htaptea asked what disposition should
!?? made of the oth.r rast? against
Sldna Allen, ami of those against Wen- '
Is) Edwards, his nephew, whs wan ar- j
reft, d w ith him at Dee Maines, Iowa,
Kfter they had boon fugitives for six
months Counsel for the proeecution
?sk'd for trial at the earliest poaolble
note, and it was Bxsd tor the fourthI
Monday :ti January
Diiter. the compremies was suggest?
ed and sgrsod to. the prisoners plead
(Continued From First i.u;e.)
on the ? v. 1 ing bi lore I be nt i ii 7.
when a vehdicl In Floyd Allen's <asa
was expected, BMns Alien an.i Victor
Allen cane into the courtroom .'.nd
stoe.i at the bar with their hands on
their plst is
Again, it :s stated that evidence
shows that three revenue officers who,
on the stand, swor, to a conversation
tn the courtroom, were not In Carroll
County at the time. This matter has
be< n mentioned before, In connection
With earlier effort! in Ix-half of th<5
Ail, I a
?eoaea fee .Iud\ ilrtlsn.
it is Interesting 10 note tnat th.- tea
lemberi ol the Claude Allen itr; who
ask for a commutation of hu- seertenceI
say that In theii paper that they do]
no because they at- informed by an at?
torney for ihi defensi that the coin-'
BBBhwealth :..is ahaadonod th.- two
points mentioned an i tjiat the evidence
of the revenue men has been contra-1
dicttJ. rhelr Indorsement for mercy
is predicted en thi statements by the
attorney. The petition Bays In part: j
"The coarse ol the ,? i aani abowl
some strange and inconsistent resultsI
and a history of the canes shows the!
faUabllit) of human testimonj and thel
bttghting effect whl h passion gad fac-1
tloxial :< ?iux ma) have upon tho
right, ous iause of justice. ;
"As the Commonwealth Baaed its
case upon a eogablnntii i. gad a oea-l
aafracy, which, tr proved, Bande ill j
equally guilty, the evidence against
any of your petitioner's eo-4efeadantn|
tending te establish such a conspiracyI
was admitted a* evidence against yourl
petiti - s ? that the possibility .cid
probability of error against bim sera]
multiplied Ancient f> a is Involving I
your petltloaotr'a father and family
edemt tlons obatruddag thomaelvea la?
ta the witness chair, and the words
ANY one can
di I* mix to?
bacco, but to
cos, and bave
;t mean some
Jung- is a hi^h
art. You'll like
this mild, exquis
blend** that's so
out this country.
20 deii ;i.tf-j!s?
Men's Evening Clothes
FULL DRESS and Dinner Suits that are correct in every
detail of cut and finish. Plain models, or in the new
English effects. Not alone the style, but the moderate cost
is an attractive feature of our Evening Clothes.
Evening Dress Coats. $28.
Dinner Coats to match, $22.
Trousers. $3; Waistcoats, $3.50 to $12.
The correct small wear, of course.
?pokea against your petitioner's fath
? i by an enemy were counted age lent
your petitioner. There being no evi?
dence that your petitioner shot Wtu
liam Foster, the only possible ground
for tare conviction of your petitioner
for the murder of said Poster was
upon the theory that there was a eon
?piracy entered Into between your pe?
titioner and his co-defendants ts Kill
all the court officers.
"Therefore, the vital matter In the
whole ease was the proof of this con?
" Your petitioner and his father were
tried at a time of great public ? \
citement, when the minds of nu n were
more prone to I" affected by evidence
of tuiit than by evidence of Inno?
cence This is most apparent from the
fact that the Commonwealth itself in
'.ucr Irin is of alkaysd co-eonsplrators
baa abandoned ad untenable and mis
i.ading. evidence which, In the case
Of your petitioner and hip father, was
thought Of such moment a* in large
I art to induce two juries to send pe?
titioner and his father to the electric
Inctlonnl reeling tit Trial.
' It w.is aasl is a contention, of your
petitioner that the hostility of Dexter
(load :md his faction was not only
responsible for tln> tragedy, because
and the sherUC, at bis motion, rust
drew and opened lire, but petitioner
sues contends that in the progress of
the trial this same factional hostility
\.is nee king to catch his 1'fe in a net
o| i u rlcerted evidence.
"Under the theory of a conspiracy
and combination, which wa* the
charge aga.i.st your petitioner, every
thread made by any of the alleged con?
spirators' arga Med against kit,
? 'Mi n who pretended at the trial to
be friendly with petitioner's father.
T\?>>d Alien, unit who were retail?
factional enemsea, tesUfled to threats
"A notable instance of this was the
evident s of a certain Newton Bevil,
who ieetlflej at petitioner's trial that
Floyd .Alien had made h threat. This.'
witness smd he was friendly to riovd
"On the ,jay <)f September, 1912,
this erst aus said 10 nrsgutahlt naanof
the nun.- Of jmmm M FultOU, in
speaking Of what WOUki be done to
Sedan Allen and Weak y F.d wards.
? T!.. \ engkt to have done to
? hem Whal i;ivl been dour to j'l Oyd
and Claude \ib ri. that ail of the Al?
iens ought Igt a electieeutirl on gen?
?'This w ?? ??? - ?...? . ' ! fct.il is a de
Unguent debtor of Floyd Alien
? ewaperwrj V-hreery,
"The rlnstnstsnrt s whlck attended
that unfortunate affray, th-- falllbilltj
.f human 11 stlasouj. where profound
pasatona are aroused, is euuseieutly !i
hsstrated la the history <r theas saaee
"Your petitioner was acquitted of
mMdSr la th- first degree lor the kill?
ing oi Judge Bshaate, tbeUgk there was
? \ genre that or:.- ,.f petitioner's shots
?truck fudgi Masute This was an ac
, i'tti! el ? conspiracy t" commit mm
get It,- I-St degree
"Tie n aft eru atvls McirpeiiHnncrvia?
rouvtcted of murder in the first degree
rev Ihs kintng sf WOttua M foster,
then teas no srldsnte that any
I rar petltleuei struck r >
ler. Thee Kr'.el Allen and Sldna Kd
? I ST-or.d degree s< nt I
?i ? areUUSse; th-n Victor Allen
mas ac-tu'tt--d of any offense at all:
?? ' t il<- w.is a< luitt.-d of nttir
? grue for the idling
' ' ?> ? *e ? > ? th 'iich if any
of rio>. < >-defends ate are amity under
" Sf t) <? prosee-|tion. they
ausi I tvt heei ,u ewualty guilty, *?
r ? ? 1 to do the same
Kin. rise BUssSJagBjj
' v- l ? ? '? . < it: ;-.-.i respira?
tors Wk . must, tf tb-r entered rite a
? s. . aid tot ?? ,
??'red I Hi ? f..r'
rkshuauj now *(t up as.
?nUP, therefore, urges'
???!<?- nt with Ihe las.
to si s . fa-ee ,nd mlsbadlng
?r ?> i which th ,,
"M" dsSSS bol ksfflcun. thnt the laws
? ' \ rglnU see so impot?rtt to tdtnin
later jur?;.e t. at the courts will got
hear him set up newly discovered evi
d< nee, evidence, which he could n >t
Obtain at his trial, hut which has de
v. loped since his conviction to prove
? Tor this purpose and for the rea?
sons set forth In tills petition, your
petitioner praya 'far a stay of execu?
tion of the judgement pronounced
gamst him until he has at least the
apportualty to appeal for vindication
to the courts upon evidence which has
developed since his conviction. A rea?
sonable delay could not offend the
justice of this Commonwealth, but the
result of execution of the sentence Oh
I'ridny would be beyond t!r~ power of
man ti recall."
PICTURE VENDERS FREED
"inige Richard-en Absslvaa Bees and f loe
lielford of Legal OBTeaB*
On the ground that the og*e came und?
th, ead of selling by samples, Charles Kots!
and Clee Betfeed arrosted and fined IjO In]
Police Court for paddllag picture framw!
without ? license, were declare! not guilty j
yesterday t>\ Judge I), c. Mcbaidaoa, w-hoj
beard the aiaament on the appeal in the
II'Mines Court Ross waived tri?: be jury!
.,? . maealtted the aoaaUea to the juUf*
In rendering Iiis decf?ion Ju.lg, Kb-haid
son staled thai Ross had not violated the
ar.tipeddllag ordlaance in that he always
BO belted onlers by abOWhSJ samples of the
:rn:nes. afterwards sending the order to h!s(
tlrm Is ladlssepelat which "hipped the
fremcs direct to the consignee in Richmond
Th, argument nas made for Ross by Attor
aey ?lilbeit K. roilock.
When arrestid BS the police 11epartm?nt
It ai anu Clee Botfsed ?.?re doing a rapid
BtsefneSB here by the sale of frames and en
large,! pho'ographs. The i ouple made en
:?rg, merits of photographs free or. condition
thst t.'ie owner of the picture purchases .1
.- ItsMe frame from them. On h:s state
meat yesterday, Ross ni>w has several hun
dred CSBtontsn in Rl.-lim.und and order.- for
}.?.??? worth of business pending.
Court of Appeal?.
The t'nited States ?'ireuit Court o* Ap
f reeenvened yentssdny saeralas ?? ? ?*.3,.
a'l ..e-k. With Circuit Judges ilwfT ;,n.) PrlSch?
al Disrrlci Judges Waddttl and Rose
The fOThlBlaa case was a.-g.i*d- Ko 112
HeseBeater tdaeva <I.td. ?. owner ol the
steamship "Manchester Milk r." appellant.!
vs Virginia "arollna Chemical Company.
a(-, . appeal from the District Court at
B : ?".in. N' C Cause argued by J. p.
K. liryan. of Charleston. S. i*. for the ap
at:t. arc: by .teorge Rewstrte, Wh
ntlrctea, N- C, for the ?ppe ?e. and sub?
mit ?< d
Ran in call to-dayt No. Sir-Grain Dis?
tillery !*S of the Eastern Distillery Com
pony. plsir.'itT In error. vi the 1 nlted
states, detensnt In error: In error to the
Mstrtct Csnrl at Norfolk To be argued by
Ira.mas H WIIH-ox and H. I.. U*r>. of
N'crf' ;k. t.?r the p ainiirT In error, and by
i? Lewteeea Omaev, t'tiited Startea biisibbj.
<>r Werfe!k, arid Reh? it H Taitev. ass start
Ifetted .t?te? attorney, of Rr.-hmnnd. for
th- defendant In error j
To Last a Life Time i
f hi re * fu-r.itur. n paar moth
? r- horn-- tri.it von r. member Iber?
a? back a? memorv goes- -b>-d*
a: d , bajsa prnbablv that are en
dearod to rwa through the \ .r> fact
? '? ?" ?? ? i*t: >n a I h th-m
Hut tin!. s? \on are careful in
n?4 baam bay
i'iur little bovs ar.d girls will not
le. i.pport'inltv of seeing the
remit ore ,.f ttsetr childhood day
? - Iber gr.,w up.
The furnitu-e ?,, seM ? made
from tie- t?rv heat and most
thoroUkOly seae-ned t.mbet It
1 as t ? treated In tba tmo>l
d wa> - and mae>
bv >ab.net-makers who foll?rw
??? dd r? 1 ?1.1? methods of con
< ?dental tteees ef TOta rfearaetrr
SYDNOR I K?NDLET. be,
???tu? aad ?.rare. IB*.
J S. B. THOMPSON
DIED LAST NIGHT
J. s. B-UtJiDlK THOMPSON.
After a Long Illness, Distinguished Railway
Official Passes Away at
John Stride Burhunr Thompson, of
CUlpagar and Atlanta, for mar.; r?in
associated In the management of tint
Southern Railway system, died i" fife
Tshnntnn Trillta Hospital last night at
B:1S o'cio'k. after an Ulnesa . i asani
months. Although the end had Im ? n
expected for dnys by his i>hyslcian*t
Mr. Thompson displayed a remarkable
vitality and fought a bard though los?
ing tight fi>r life. His health bigan to
fail last summer, and he was forced
to lay down his onerous business cares
and come to Richmond for medical
treatment. Ali efforts to restore his
vigor were futile, ami the end drew
Although fiv a number of ears
located in Atlanta ?Ith the general
offic-s of the Southern Railway, Mr
Tnonipson hud also b'-en prominently
i<| nutted with Virginia nffa ra and
spent the rarly part of his life jn this
State. Practically his entire lif*. with
the exception of th- last tew years,
was spent In the railway employ. En?
tering the railway Service when in
I youth, by a ser.es o: gradual promo?
tions, faithful und eahVeient eeryti e,
he r NM to be the general agent and
then assistant to the president of the
A few years ago, when his health
first begun to give way, Mr. Thomp?
son resigned his position With Pre* ktnl
ST. W. Finley. of |hs BOUthetD Ka Iway.
to become the president of the south?
ern t'otton Compress Cimpany. a larg
organization with compresses scattered
through the entire cotton b- It. He was
at the head 01' mis concern at the tim-.
of h.K death.
He was born in C-ilpcpcr. Va . June
in. IS.',*, being the son of Oessrga
Gardner Thompson, a Rlcbm )ader, and
the nephew of Senator John S. Har?
bour. I'nlted States Senator from Vir?
ginia. His education was received In
the schools of Culpepcr County. In
ISM he married Miss Mary T, M.u : c.
(gtligiiter of Color. 1 M >rton M.i'yc
formerly State Audit <r. He ,!i.-,l with?
out Issue and leaves no immediate fam?
ily except his widow.
He entered the railway offl-.-e at Cul?
peper in 1ST::, remaining th' re until
five years later. Urfts n he aeCt pi. u a
position In the bank .it Ctflpeper. In
1S7H he went t. Alexandria a.-, a
Forecast: Virginia?l air, much ruld
er Thnrsdnj ; Friday In:.-.
Norib and South * arollnn?Fair,
colder near Ike count.
Special Local Data for lestrrday.
Ij noon temi rr.iiure . 4; I
P, M temperature . ta ;
Maximum leuspecukura up to g
P. M . 4?
Minimum temperature up to s
P M. 41
Mean temperature . 4<
Normal temj>ei ati.re. .. 4J
raxcesa ha ksnspemture . *
Heficencv In temperature sit.ee
March 1 . 1.3
Accum, deficient) in tempei nturu I
sir..-.- .January I. iOl |
Ii.nc.encv in rainfall since March
Accum, deficiency in ratniall gtncu
January 1 . .MS
Local observation H P. W. W?lrrU?>.
Pump 11 atnrs . .
Hurni lity. 6*
? In : ?direction .S ?
v\ Ind ?velocity . 4,1
V? tafier .- .C'oud ?
Kaintall last IS kSUIl .'
Isjs.sjinn.ai in nuniti im 1 iTir.e.
?AI S P. U. KaSt'ili Sta: . '?! Time 1
llece. Th. r II T. LT Weutncr.
Asheville .. ? M ?" M < ioudy
Atlanta .ti *- ? KiCn
?than tic city, 4: 4?. a: Coudy
Ii. .-? n . H *l Clsuttp
gkKffnls . fl * I rt Ci'ar
Calgary .... ?" ?e ? r ? ;oudy
Cbarieoteei ?< ** c o id>
.14 22 It Clear
. 24 r.e zz Ota 1 r
11. defh . -? ? -? Clour
?kelvestsn _s? ?? ? Psio
|UC<ras . 14 M ?? fj .I -u'ly
Havre ... 5a C* ' Clear
ts.k.onvllle . ?I ?: Clear
Kansas Cttv . -* M CftSSBf
Louisville _ :* ???? -* ' ?? ,r
Montgomery .. 4? IS 4* l?-?ln
Sri Orleans'. M M (' ? \
\, ? York ...??' I? *- CtSSetf
?.-,,. g. He . ?.. *< C!b asfly
? ?ktahomn ... <? -* <n?"?*
rgk ... 31 *% * ' 'ear
llaletah .?* i* ?* n,ln
at Usu*a ??
?an'tVani-isce." 14 IS 4? ?''""dy
savannah ?? ?? ff Z'?vtr
Snohane .._r* c;f..,dy
Tanrpa . f; M c>ar
wasfngten .. *- ** *- ciouey
? tnr 0?tr ? ?* -4 -* Cl< ef
v\ ? 1 . 'lie ' . 41 I". ~* Pain
l>, ,rr hi-t 1*. 1912
sur rlSee ?..." 1? Vornksg-' **
Sea sets ?....4 (1 Bveniag? ?..7.14
tary to Major Randolph. r*osid< nt ol
the Virginia Midland Railaray. and a
year later entered the audrlng
portment of the Lemg Island Railway,
in Maw York, in Im? hve returned ?o
Virginia .n the capacity ol secretary
to Major Randolph, and when tne let
tar died and Senator .lohn S. Harbour
became prealdent <i the Virginia i;id
land Railway, coatiaued| to aet
as secretary to the prealdent.
lie was made assistant general
freight and passenger ng.-r.t of the
Airg.ilia Midland Rail WO) in Issl and]
euperintendenl tive iui> later. I h
the Virginia Midland was assum ?<!
by the Richmond and DanTille Rail?
way, which In turn was taken <?,.-r
by the Southern Railway;, und Mr
Thompson sraa mailt) superintends it
of the Richmond-I>anvilli Dlvlaion ?,f
the Baathera Uallwny.
Later he was promoted to the posi?
tion of general agoal >r tii ? south n
Railway, with head<1nSUrtCIS In Atlanta.
; and afterward bot am i aaamtnttd to
Prealdent W. WT. Flnley when the titla
'of general ax. tit wna saaged to
assistant to the prealdent. About
throe years ago bis failing health
: warrud him thai r.e must I ,ok f ,r less
Iexacting duties, aad be bocavase the
lo ad of the B lutbern Cotton Conspreaa
Oompnny, a business with which he
was thoroughly congenial and famil?
iar. ii> continued ta suoceaafully
direct the mar: age me nt of this lnd ;s
try until his death.
Me le.'iV"? h.s widow. Mrs. Mary
Ma rye Thompson; one brother. RJi n
axd Thompson, an attorney of Wa ,h
inttt at, and three nist> rs -Mrs. MlnpO
et-rode. of \j uisvill... K y.. Mrs Ham le,
of U? moke, and Miss j:il/.a Thsinpgnn.
of Richmond. His br?ith. r. Qeorge,
was sl ot and instantly killed about, a
mot.th aid in fhooiielu.l . I , his chief
Clerk whom he bad discharged.
The f;:i,.r..l Services will be con
da, ted Friday morning at H o'clock
from st Paul's Episcopal Chorea, the
Kev. H iss. II BOWle official.rig The
r.ody will be hurled in Hollywood in
the Mary,, lot.
Mrs. .Iconic Fauna.
Mrs. Jeaaie Bo ana forty oae years
old. died at -.a:, o'clock :a?t night ,.t
her bom., (a, go ,tn Qjn,. street. She
is survived b\ her htmhani. <}*or;$e
A. Kvans. and four children Miss
tnnfe P. Brans, Oeorgi i: Willie o.
and Modden X H'srs. There j? nan
op.. s:st,-; M: - W II Hii . and mv
Beothtla Charten, John. Henry, Isaac.
David and Canard Williams.
Mrs. Bens t OS BOa Hogley.
rspe iai t Th, Times-Dispatch.1
Lenten, Va I?.>cember ll.? Mrs
Roberta Fox Box ley died at her an ? -
Irs I horn- In >,r..n Bgl >Bg| Monday
ighl .fter a long Illness, which t-r
rr.inattd la paralysis several we. ks
ago. She was b':ra d in the fj". lly
ceasetery near there this afternoon.
Mrs Boaley was before her mam ige
Bilm Koleifa Fox. daughter of Bsbotrt
Fox. of thai neighborhood, she asar
r .d i. j Boaley, who. with nine chll
dr-t: Bgfllia. her One daughter.
Mn '? C I'sv-s, iices h-re
t S(X ( i ll to The Times, 1 >i ,p8U n 1
Harrlsonburg. Va.. l>ec. mber II ?
tgiaUam r ses o. the eldest men
in Rockinghatn County, deed Monday
at the h< ig" of his son. William F
H.-rr\. on High >tr'et. He w a? r.ln-tv
paatrt and sis days of age. He was
a member of th. Mcnnoiute Church.
? Three time, married, he was marr.ed
the thttd time when BO wag eighty--ix
Hears eM, bring the eldest gro.,m
I in the Valley His s if. .: ? d two years
'ago He Keves geveral children.
Jnks I.. Heoalager.
l?l ? -ial to Th. Tm.es -I '.snatch. 1
j print : v. Deewasbof 11?John l.
Illepnlr.ger. sevent:.-two years old. a
pioneer contractor of Bristol, died
!? i,M. : t home here this affer
I roor. ..f r.?J"? tatPaOt Mis death Was
liini,p, ted. as he h id l-? n about 1.1s
MotK IL ?,?;-??. . ' is s- al
FVAXS ? 1'ied. at the fSgegejCea of her
husb.rd Mr OaorgM A tevsns, ?07
* l lr. gtreit, at - 4i V M Wednes?
day l?.eemb.r the 11th. MRU JF.N
XIK KV A NM. (e the forty-nrst year
o* her age Bag Is survived OS her
husband Mr Oe*>rge A Cans, and
tour ewlMren Mass Annie p F.van*.
fttorge K. Willie o. and Modlca X.
rv?ns a;-o , i.e sister. Mrs W 11
Hill. and six brothers?Ovaries.
John Hon Isaac. Havld and fcd
Jcun. ral n -tlce later.
JdKRl.YM V Th? funeral of MR
LKohsl: HL il.XKO MFRHYMAX.
Who died Monds). I>ec?m?e?e t. w .TI
take place THIS (Thumday? EVli
?o-j uioj; t-W s JS nxix
Street Baptist Churcn. interment In
UolirwooU. , . .
WA ?DS OFF DISEASE
BUILDS UP ENERGY
IN VIGuRA i ES TtiE AGED
Sold bv flru??i>t^, gfOOcn J'i<>
dealsrs, Sl'*> ? large bottle.
The Uuffv Malt Whiskey Co..
Kocht-stt r, \. V.
wife and soverul children He perhaps
erected more buildings In ltiletol then
any oth. r contractor who ever oper?
(barter I? (.rautrd.
t?l.iai to The TlmoevJMspatab j
Raleigh, X. r. Deeemhei n ?A
chart, r wrfs Issued to-day for the
Carolina Railroad Company, of Ktn
?tan, capital, |17I.**?, for the par
jiom,. of developing, -nd sperutiag
thirty.tiv,. nlleg of road from Kin
?ton to Snow Mill, hull! na a lumber
rand bv the Iftas** B oi Lumbei Co.
It Is understood that the road I? to
pas* to the management Ol the (Cor
folk-Bouthern, Th< Ineorporntora of
the Carolina Railroad Company are C
i Mlllard. .i C Reims, Jr., M 8 Haw?
kins, R a. Rlack and H Hanley, of
Norfolk, and w. at Hayee, Klastoev
ist. |a| to 1 he Times-DlspaUh.]
Harrtsonburg. v.-.. December 11.?
Itbl.dr! atausy, slghty-ehYht years old
for forty years editor if the gtaunton
Sp. -ti,tor. and n Virgin!i b?-rn:.i!<'
of note, died abortiv after 12 o'clock
Mor.iay night at th- homo of his
daughter, Mrs \v\ R. Bader, In Mc
Oabeyavtlle, where Mn Maosy bad
Urad since hin retirement from Jour?
nalism in !*<<?; Th. fun<-ra| services
??< r. conducted from the iate resl
dsnce In MoGeheysvllle I o'clock
this afternoon hv Rev. G. W Rlehsrd
son. "f th. Methodist Church Inter
most wits rrad? in the McGuheysvMe
Cemetery, Twice married, hi8 first
wlf? was Iiis? Elvira McOahey, of
Roektnghnm; his second wife a .\? *
Mary K Maths ws, of Lnwlsburg, w.
Va.. who w.?s n s!-tcr of v.-rnnr
llatbgws of West Virginia He loaves
tiir..- children- Mrs Bsdsr. ,.f ,\i .
Qnbeysville airs rtlfi^r! Purdjr, of
Mineral County, W v.t ini 11 tea
Mar.-. Chrl itlnne R 1 isy -? n t- I te h
er of th.. deaf and blind In Ja. k?on.
After leaving th< University of Vir?
ginia. Mr MaUsy w.is for Bn-.rt wh.le
a merchant at Mausy, Rocking hem
?'ourt. going from then to Lewis
burg w. Va.. where he r ::t.-.i the
Chronicle for five \>ar>, going from
th. r.- to gtauntoa In itU.
Two ysnrs ago, Mr Mnusy, then
eight.-six y.-ars old. wrote a history
Of the Mnusy family in Uocklngham
County, lnciuditiK therein his own
Ographj He tells about PSIll|l| the
"stars fair* in litt, given s vivid
des? riptloa ?>f Hunter*! Haid, in the
Civil War, when his newspaper office
?.1 rued In Staunton. and WT'te*
fascinatingly < 1 Incidents of the age
before the advent of the mil read, the
telegraph -^nd the telephone.
( He wa* th" ia?t of ton brut hen
Mr?.. Susan \. Thomas.
tsp.. lal to The Ttman-Dkrnateh 1
W el don, x. C, Deceasber 11.?Mrs
BUSgS A. Thomas, Widow of Captain K
t Thomas, died the hoaae of et
daughter. Mr?. I? B Z^llieo'fer. here
this morning, r,tr?-d elghty-ftva years
Mrs Tl on n? hi ?) been for seventy
pears a eon ? ml nl of the M K.
Church, and was a iplen Id type of
? '.?-. rated. Christian womanhood.
Funeral service ,,t. i Interment will be
held at her Old horn, la Northampton
Counfsj to morrou
BaSeearl P. tim.sen.
[Special to The Times |.;>t. -ten j
Preleri-ksburg. Va . December II.
Samuel P. HensopV of Louisa Cs ety.
a brother of Mrs ? J. Qulnn. Of tnis
elty. died yesterday at his horn, in
. that county. lie was a prominent
eitisen of lb t count . and former r-P
jxesentative in the House Of Delegate
He is survived by irs widow, two 6'
one daughter, two brothers ?nd one
Frederick W. ll-itcberaon
Frederick W. Hut< herkoii, o Midi
s.m County, died a few duyH uico at a
hospital In Indianapolis, Ind., jM a re,
[ M it It of being scalded In 11 Wteeh on
the O at A D. Pi Ituilroad. In Indiana,
Tli>- body was taken to his old home in
Madison County npifl bulled In Cedar
IHM Cemetery. Mr. Hutch, rson wan
twenty-six jfir? ojd. .was unioatrlnd.
[and la survived by h's parents, (our
sister* and five brothers.
Will Be Represented at Colum?
bia?Counties Join Demon?
So p'.iud is the department at Waah
oa of me saoeeee male of farm
deasoaetratloa wm-k in V'lutala. that
H Ms < gl it'll Shewing llVS results wrfl
he gat he rod together and taken te Co?
lumbia, s ?', nhere Use corn show
artU at h. u Croat January z~ In i-vbrj
ary !? 1911, Pinna were discussed iaat
i * 'at at Murphy's Hotel at a confer
? I. ? a< arttlch Utere arerc present Chief
Agent T u. Sandy, Southall Farrar, W.
Sl.ackellnl an?i W. W. LaODg, local
ns t r.c ion ait-nta. It was di ter
i ted Bhgl W. 1'. Muore. of Beutord,
.-lull be placed in charge of Kitting
lb,- exhibits toijcttier.
'I'm display uill he along the linen
of mat made al tin Virginia state
l tie a here an ? ntlr<- building was
given Up to this Work.
So man) conn ties have c:amored for
admission this year, that the quota of
?onej is near!) nil spoken for. grot
I a ill have to wait at
lea latil Beat >.ar Franklin County,
abere bbe Bvpei vlaora fane refused to
.n t. bi urn" so much Interested that a
ttlon was sent to meet Mr Sandy*
here, and to make arrangements for a
aKtmt. In many plaits tho
supervisors have Increased their appro
I ? ,';? ri by |1M "r %-'>'>. **tr?r|??g |Bjg
salar;. s when suppb m- Bled by Wash?
ington and State funds. |1.00S and |1.
. ". InatOnd of |s'"> This has p. rmlt
i'd of tu- employment of tetter men.
Frederick County has not only made
for a $1 .'"a nan. but has
: |1 "' far his trav. |ng expenses.
The work bM r-athed the point. It.
? hare it will almost carry l%
Bolf at i nrbore no canvassing of super
- is IIBl IIBBIJ Toe people demand
I The movement for a demonstrator In
rirbmOBsl. to work for those business
BSOa Who OWB farms and who Join tho
!ip position, wiil soon take shape, pro
vlded it not delayed until the de
partment'a funds are < v haust ?4.
Th.- situation in Wytbe County is re
po ted BS rather strange. Such a good
tratet wag secured there last
roar, in the parson of P. B, Kai-iey,
?hat h" was tak. n away by Rrnor-, and
11. ? rj Collogi to work In Wahhington
Oaontjr, at a salary Increase of Z?< per
cent. Tel because he was a It-publi?
can, aalitlt I influences wer. put t?
work. With th.-- result that the super?
visors declined ta continue the sppro
pe In I Ion
SAT FOR TWO HOURS
t,. Caoaaevasnd |>rand *wn Did Ni.i riod
t-h'.-'-r i I.. ? j! t. Ivis ?.,-irit eot
:::>? gra.-d NUT af Comrberland Canty.
I paneled for tb? purpose investigating
?:. retarai feond bo evidence of ra?-d.>dg
lr., A i-!lir received ytaterday from OeP
? :k R O. Ciarr. tt r> i.a.i the srcrat
a aad r- were Ir.vcstlrating a*>out
? , : . ..a - !m.j-? T-?v ? -i I- a t-ior
h. aa tbe superintendent ?f public
?.. us- a grass! isrer, and he was ook
lns for ?cfcO"l money"
?- ? .- ?? - -! s---n impossible to
ra.k- a tborough Search of the books of tho
onrj la the f-:a:? in leas than
two ;.. tour weeks, th" leiter eaoaed ? en!<.
t.iaer cov-ities' Joffes kept at work for frees
la . .,.e?s to tlx w< i kav. anj hroagbl re
j. - ? r j.-,-.' . .??. rday. hsd
?t- s-..r,d Jury on hand for a fortnight, with
;'- i- sr. .r- s s-na-.n'lr.g to 112?.
.-. found Isrlude merchants*
Iseonsea Btenej is Bank and other
It. :n -.
To < ..net f?r Impure Milk.
- ti e o'lesed s*l- of imiiur- and ua
?h ?? ml k the BIcbmead Dairy ? 'ortpaay
sees waMB Bed ;? ? Court by the
hi . gepartmei ?'-?-nf>.a!nt of a
of I ^ ? I - - n I >ecea?
b< - :? was made by Cits ia< ralM Whit Seid,
I ra stiaoa ,r,J T.ru*i: sad by Henry X
= \%. ( Pabst ] \ /jr
The Always Welcome Beverage
IT is Blue Ribbon time when you are
hot thirsty or tired. A most heali?Tul
beverage that both refreshes and in?
vigorates. No other beer can approach it
in flavor or in all around deliriousness. Its popularity is
due to the successful and honest efforts of its makers
to produce a pure, wholesome a od refreshing beverage.
lint tied on/y at the brcucry in crystal clear bottles,
shnuing at a glance that it l.t clean and pure.
/fi1^'* Pbon* or w.ne for a case. A**n^*^^aV
^^BtB?r ?I 31? Heucecfc St. JUckanc od. V*. ^^^L/fr
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