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Almost Lost Foot
Saved by Hood s S irsapitrilla.
Manx Ictikin-. Kllthdrf. 1ml., uritot-:
"1 nanowlv MCgpad IomUR iw foot, be
caUK oi sat Ilirii; ami sore' on nu .mlde.
1 lirv discharge*! a great quantity of
.ttcr and mhik' pieces of l?>n?'. After
t'inc wars of agony the doctor arivise?!
that the toot be amputate*!. \l\ family
?oulil not mnsMt to thi.-, but lsrgan t<>
I Hootfl Sirs..pirilla- To make
.i KMg -t.>r\ >hort, this medicine cfln%icil
a rompJetc cure."
? .<: iliK?!'a ! >-d.t\ in usual liquid form
or tablet - called Sarsatab*. ? Aattn i '.]?*?
gf .it drawing room at "l.yndhurs?
Mi?* Gould aril] be lad to the aaaboa
i ? ! altar by her eldhet brother. QoorfgJ
,' 'lould. who will give her away. Sr..
will bo attended onijr by her two email
nie.ee. Helen and Dorothy Oould.
? laughter* ol her youngtst brotbor,
1 rank Oould. Hirse two tots Miss
UottW ha* had in her keermg ever
? not the Matrimonial hark of Mr and
Mra Krank Oould. the latter Helen, the
i . -):">- ..' tka late hanker, r U?*M
went hard and las' c-i the
of incompatibility and other
things seceictl year* ago.
I: is presumed that the father of
. we,- beta will be at the wed ling
1 jt advance rumore Sayeth not as to
Wki her his present wife win r!so be
As a mafer of cold unroniantio.
i maltet h* fact probably a*body hut
?? - Oould knOWS how m.nh her wed?
ding gown OOSt, hol the Mftii Avenue
, arc saving that Miss Could
j ? cd a maximum 'in.it on the lrock
? ?r ii im" It ?.?.n in.nie as were n.v.s; ol
tr. frocks of l?: i rousseau. by Al
Hi -.- West Kitty-sixth Street It
i- i hits Ivory satin trimmed with rose
ice, a bridal gift from some one
who is known only to the bride, of
? i. udI:.."-- Tho gown will be cut
., .. .r ? and tram a w< nderful rose
pt nl I ??' vei. will fall from the bridal
wreath completely covering the front
of the gown Miss Oould s favorite
filers are b!uc and purple and gray, it
?- said that most of the frocks of her
? ? ..sse.iu have been fashioned in those
rs AU ol the gowns are at l.ynd
t .'.-i ' to-night except the one to be
wi rn .<? the wedding, which will be de
l.wrcd on .Monday.
Onl? "shadow of Day.
Mi. BbeporsJ will meet Ins hrido
i. Use a"ended by his brother.
1.. .is J Sli> pard. Probably the only
shadow that will slant athwart 'T.ynd
liurst on Wednesday will be that
caused by the fntH'Mi* of Mr. shep
ard'a afced ami irivahd mother to at?
tend the wsddlng. Mrs. .shepard is
1 lind, or nearly so. and has long been
i:. a private hospital in New Kngland.
TlM wedding prcscri's have been al?
ii, ost literally pouring into "Lynd
) ..-7' all the week It is idle to specu
latg as to their vaaie. because the prob?
abilities are tha: rrb one person FOaJly
kttOWa. The men of the navy by
irer.:y-flve . ei.; subscriptions have
raised, at ia*; a. counts, Something
over tS.OO" wi'h which to purchase a
;*? kiea' gift for the one who has done
more to help thetn than any woman In
the world. The army will equal the
I >v. or go 1: cue or two better in show?
ing its appreota'ion of Miss Oould in
the gift !t aends to her wedding
Before 'be ceremony a wonderful
musical program will be rendered by
Nathan Krankes orchestra of forty
pieces some of the music has been
selected by the voung bridegroom, who
is somewhat, skilled as a musician.
The entrance march will be the tra?
ditional one from Tx>hcngnn " and the
recessional will be Mendelssohn's set?
ting of a "Midsummer Night s Ureatm."
Other selections will be from the com
posiUans of Handel, Wagner. Massenet.
S buniatin lio.iard and Hlgar. After
the ceremony and the congratulation*'
the weilding breakfast will be served
in Wie oid English dining hall at
"I.yndhurst ' which opens immediately
o*t the drawing room. Miss Gould s
brother-m-law and her younger sister,
the Duke and Duchess Taileyrand
Perigord. who was Miss Anna Could
before she married the C'onv.e Boni de
1 astelihiie. are coming over for the
wedding, and arc aboard the i'unard
liner Maurerur.ia. which is due to dock
KrequcniU Humored Kngaged.
It is quite within the realm of abso?
lut* conservatism to any that the puh
. with Ike active at.il -persistent
assistance of the good Dame Kumor.
i ever .engaged to marry any American
K i nice often than it has Miss Oould.
Away ban k ia is..; all the Orundys along
Fifth Avenue and Broadway hud her
b'rro'hed t-i ?he handsome young actoi
Harry Uoodrurt Still la'er it was
sa.d the was to wed the Duke L002 el
Coswarem, a blithe and merry young
spug of seven; v summers, and that
ski oas to settle oa him gionni?*! m
return for hl? gift tw lier of his mon
dcrful Old World chateau- Ills law?
yers vouched for the statement, but
\li? Oould promptly riddled the story
t>v raying that she ha<l never heard
t>t the duke or his chateau and hail no
desire to. Two years later another
rumor wae started to the effect that
? re was a strong probability of Mi?s
Could marrying yourt? Alonzo Potter,
s -on of the later itishop Henry C. Pot?
ter, of the Episcopal Diocese of New
But it was not until ItXVi that an en
, lag young aviator out in Indiana,
the name of Allen W Vundereon. dn
Idad lo slip all rumors and utiron
ad announcements ol .Miss Oould'*
ore by taking out. at Kouth Bend,
lud . a marriage license to wed her. Of.
. ourse, Miss Oould hud never been epok
ai to about the matter, but that did
? feat hat Vuiidcison in the least. He
ft wet.; before a South Bend justice
? I the peace and had himself married
a M s- (tould. "in absentia. " Then, like
- eery businesslike young person he
'a< sent the pupers on to Miss
lo tl I o bavo her complete the trans
a. 'inn in the same way.
? la an SBiy ? few of the persons
to whom Mise Oould has been reported
? ! ?? engaged. but the wakened
dreamers ol Sleepy Hollow are tellyig I
ea> h other to-night that, to the chat- ?
elaine of "LynUhurst." the only one
and the real one is he who will be the
bridegroom on Wednesday.
PHIPPS DOES NOT
<\.nt:n:ied from Kirst Page.)
MeAnany. who told about the great
tea! estate deal the Hutch made with
the Indians hereabouts in 183?. In
commenting upon the fact that what
wen' for t.'4 then Is valued at S8 00U.000.UUU
?oaf Mr Mc A net:..- said that even in
IC06 the bargain was felt to be a close
one by the Indians, who. on recovering
next day from the hospitality of the
buyers, christened the island Man?
hattan, meaning "place of general
Other speakers were Hear-Admit at
reals Jixlgs John H. Doyle, of Toledo
s.-nator Burton, of Ohio;Oeneral Miles
-the Row. John Weslev HIM D. D., and
Representative fiichmond Pearson
Hot.son. of Alabuma
Ot hers who sat in t lie high places were
?lohn Purroy Mitchell, president of the
Board of Aluernien . Bishop William
A. Leonard, of Ohio I Captain Albert
Oleuves. oOBSnsandant ot the Brook
Ivn Navy" Yard Oeorge Oorgan Bat?
tle. Thou.as r. ilyun. Henry W. Tuft.
Oeneral J. Waren Keifer. und Post?
master General Krank H. Hitchcock.
Over 500 men:hats of the society and
their guests were present.
Appeal to ttilson.
President Tat: speaking before the
Ohio Spopoy to-night, at 'he Waldorf,
ir.ade what many believed was a straight
nut appeal to President-Elect Wilsen sot
tocountenancc legislation looking to the
separation of this country and the
The J?resKien' came late to his
friends of the Ohio Society. It was
10:45 P. M. when Mr Taft entered the
grand bail room. Immediately the
Ohiut.s went to their feet and let loose
u regular Buckeye cheer. A fife and
drum corps escorted Mr. Taft down a
side aisle and up a centre aisle to the
main table. This proceeding did not
exactly please the secret service men
with the President, but they were
rushed'off their feet by the enthusiastic
It was not until midnight that Mr. ;
Taft was called upon to speak When
the President was Anally introduced by
ToaatBsaater William s. Hawkas there
was a ?rie burst ef cheering. Mr. Taft
almost immediately settled down into
the steady business of hammering at
erbat he considered a foolish Philippine
I had intended.'' he said "to invite
your attention to a matter that might
well be brought 'o the attertion of the
incoming atlmlaisll Si km There were
certain things settled by the-last elec?
Among these was the tariff. Then
there was the BiaBBaT of the trusts I
Han it was settled that we of the!
Republican party were not to do what [
be done, to we gracefully step aside
and await the pel fill llism e There were '
other questions which the presidential;
tic. -ion itself settled Laughter.)
Now I am BOt h?ie to ask for a!
new trial or to apply for a writ of error
Bat there arc other questions which
c an be Ban is.-ct! > ou bear the gentle- :
man from Alabama Mr Hobeon r"' I
seemed to n.? tb.it h> was appealing
to us from the Democrata. I concur,
with htrn In thinking we o;ghr to have)
an adequate navy Bur the opposition |
Do You Get Sleep?
If you do not something is wrong. Continued Iosa
of sleep will undermine your health. In fact, inability
to ?l*-?ep is a symptom of disordered health and a
weakened condition of the nervous force.
S( r astnenia and nervous exhaustion are later and
s*n<.us stages of nerve trouble that follow. The progress
il often very slow and the trouble is equally slow to
respond to treatment.
"Pi I i co? rare arxi extraordinary merit. It art* directly
M the r.erre renters. It i".ri(for?te8 arid" tores the
system and gives needed_
rest to mind and K<ir.
It is unequaiec: for insornrvs,
r?rvous headache, r.erv gg
dyspepsia, fsiiir.g- memory
trA s'.l neurasthenic cor.
c;t;ons. Its use r*>?Tiit* in a
?' ****?! ronsno-js-ieas of
Warner's Safe Nervine -
EACH rc>R A PURPOSE
1 Kidne? ar.a Lt?er Raaaedy
2 tk?um?tk Rrmadr
3 *J . ? ? ???? Remedy
4 Asthma Ramady
? rob (IllJaaw)
SOLD BY ALL DRUOG UTTS
Wa-r-er'- Sa/a Raa?? 'If
Dept ?, ftotkeatrr.
That wsah anil do for yomr mm*h trvi
%TfXh erhat a?<*heT preperasn It
is hiehl rerornmeraied end rn? -xi -Se
;ev for *? Years.
At Reliable Dealers
i*r. lac sad St
Come and Get Yours
Here are suits that will gratify the vanity of any
man?suits that represent worth and value like money
in the bank.
They are paying unusually BIG DIVIDENDS TO
BUYERS during this JANUARY SALE their prices
riddled out of all proportion to their intrinsic value.
Figure Out Your Saving
$38 and $35 Suits and Overcoats reduced
$30 Suits and Overcoats reduced
$25 Suits and Overcoats reduced
$20 Suits and Overcoats reduced
$15 Suits and Overcoats reduced
Trousers In, Too
$12.00 Trousers reduced
$10.00 Trousers reduced
$9.00 Trousers reduced
' $8.00 Trousers reduced
$7.00 Trousers reduced
$5.00 Trousers reduced
$3.50 Trousers reduced
Hundreds of $3.50 and
$4.00 SOFT HATS AND
DERBIES go on sale to?
morrow at $1.85.
Boys' Suits and Over?
coats and Coats for
Girls and Young
$6.50 and S7.00 at. .$4.75
S7.50 and S*.oo at. .$5.75
$8.50 and $9.00 at..$6.75
Snvoo and Sn.oo .it. .$7.75
Su.oo and S12.50 at. $9.75
$25.00 and S^S.OO Coats
for misses at. . . ....$18.75
That were $1.50 at.. .$1.15
That were $2.00 at.. $145
That were $2.50 at . $1 8*
That were $3.50 at.. $2.65
The Berry Shirts are in
the sale, too.
$1.50 Gloves at.$1.15
50c Scarfs, 3 for.$1.00
$1.00 Scarfs at. 85c
$1.50 Scarfs at.$1.15
O. H. Berry & Co
I m in favor of peace, and I believe it
etui be brotudsl about by the united
agnil llllinl of nation* even without the
inducements rny friend* UktJak tieea*
sary. Bu' ?>? haven't got peace yet and
we < anno' jret dispense with our neces?
"Another subject we may talk about
even after the verdict of November
is dL"- Philippine policy. Twelve years i
ago it was a paramount issue as toj
whether or no* we should hold thej
Philippines Kight years ago the issue
?ras considerably modified Sim e then
are haven't heard of it at all in tiny way.
I* seemed to us that our Democratic |
frtetMta were taking the wise course,
and that they saw nothing to do but
go ahertd and vindicate the successful
solution of the problem Theras has
bona lrrle discussion recently, and only ,
a few milk and water references in the,
"Therefore. | thick that the verdict
of the last election was not a verdict
Unat we should eeparate from the j
i- .M, -s s-'-e ,10 the problem and turn
UM i.-lauds over to. perhaps, un3t
Mr Taft then reviewed the nc-om
plishmer.'s of American authority in
the Philippines and explained what our
jroverrimer ? -here hud meant for edu
i **ior, health and commercial pros-'
VERD CT AGAINST
tBmti t*: to The Times-I?isr>atch.)
Noib-ik \a fanuary IS ? A ve*dict
.,' f v ?? ,- ??? <t'< 1 by a jutv in the
; up'-! Statea Conti to dav in the
.eajsajM SWsl l.toughf fot alleged racial
cot -i :r? t ?. Samuel I, Burton, a
'negro fas Was ly of Onancock. and new
Of Bal'imore against the lown of
fir.,- . t certain of Its officials
n (tana to: a aow trial will be tanenf
my ImmtM v\ aehflatl on Tuesday neat
the .1 ? t *1 the town of
' lnan< o. h I ri"i be held liable and
?ii w.d .?? I; vo ?ras rendered
mjBmmX Ummmmm R Dnejajkgw. Mayor,
'ohn West, t-.an sergeant l*cc B.
k. um casanty sheriff rpehur Q
Ktarcee, ? >rt, ? r? and Tank Keibjm
TURKSW LL NOT
YIELD TO DEMAND
?m tr?' page ?
ondltlnSI while on
e!!i'? mm the result
rat'on are nerved
The seven weeks
d their e'reiee and
hertng th'ir force*
he Ralhen States.
eed iritll *>?|T
<oit of Kwropo
Turks Flee In Disorder.
Athens Oreeoe January I*?An
; ether sea fight between the Orecks and
Turks ooearred to-day about thirty
ei south of the Dardanelles
Greek war vessels attached and
forced the Ottoman warehips back to
the Straits in disorder. The Turkish
".. -'.;> is said to have Buffered consid?
The engagement lasted three hours
Only one was wounded, it was said,
while the f.reek warships were nor dam?
aged according to a long dispatch sen'
by Admiral < ounterois, to the govern
ACTRESS TELLS SECRET
A Well Known Actress Tells How She
Darkened Her Gray Hair and Pro?
moted Its Growth With a
Simple Home Made
Man Blanche Kose, a n-rll-knoan ac
trc". who darkened her gray hair with a
simple preparation which she mixed at
home, in a recent interview at Chicago.
III., made the I ol lowing statement: "Any
i.idv Of gentleman can darken their gra>
hair and make it .-oft and glossy with this
simple recipe. whi< h they can mix at
home. To a half pint of water add I oz.
of In rum. a small l*>x of Rar bo Com?
pound, and 1-4 oz. of glycerine. Th*se
ingredients ran he tmught at any drug
?tan ^rrv little co-t. Apply to the
hair twiie j week until i? becomes the re?
quired shade. This will make a gray
haircd person look to years younger. It
is al-o fine to promote the growth of hair,
rdievi - itching and valp humors and is
rv client lor dandruff and falling hair.?
Main snd Bclrldere Mtreets.
1 re rno?? modem and up-to
de'e Klrep-. of storage Building
i" h" South vaults for s-lver
end otae- saleable*: indtrldual
t.-urh rooass. stewoa heated plans
rooms, and every ot, he - modern
? r Tsriirr.-* for the care of house
hold aooda Owt our netimate
oa crating and shipping eour
furniture. Phone Monroe HI.
III POST CARDS
(Continued from First Pago
have been Utting picture postal t urds
for aoniH year* Not only has this been
done iu Sing Sing, but other large
prisons of the country.
Convicts who wcn> prevailed upon
to talk have said Ihafcjp woman in
New York City ban the" monopoly of
embossed cards in that district If er
name ha*) been sent to tho police
They say she churgod twenty-five
cents for a card and with the drug
eztract she did a thriving business.
NO ONE CHOSEN
FOR NEW CABINET
(Continued from First Page)
not until he reached his office in the
State House at Trenton on Monday
The tlovernor said be expected busy
days next week in the Now .Terse v
Legislature. He will ask Slate Nrnutor
J. Warren Davis to introduce, on
Monday, the several corporation bills
that have been drafted by the Oov
ernor, .fudge Bennett Van Syckel and
Chancellor Kdwm Walker.
Not Recognized In Baltimore.
(Special to The Tt tries - Dispatch )
Baltimore Md.. January BV Mrs
Woodrow Wilson, wife of the President
i elect, urrived in Baltimore ye?terday
afternoon and left this morning, un?
recognized, uninterviewed and undis?
Mrs. Wilson was the guest of Mrs
Harne E. Kirk, wife of the pastor of
the Franklin Street Presbyterian
?Church. Accompanying Mrs Wilson
was her sister-in-law, Mrs Annie BY 11
; son Howe. The two women arrived at
Union Station yesterday afternoon and
'< were met by Mrs. Kirk Mrs. Wilson s
'Object in coming to Baltimore was to
I visit, a friend who is ill. Immediately
upon their arrival they motored to
.Johns Hopkins Hospital, where they
, spent the greater part of the after?
Detectives Raid RBSSSrI of White Men
and Make Arrests.
Six detectives last night appeared
suddenly in the doorwav of the bouse
at 312 North Fifth Street, and before
any of the men gathered around the
card tables had an opportutu'v to
make a getaway, arrested 'l-'homas
; Dnimirond and J. W Butler, I ro
white men. on the charge of conduc?
ing a gambling house and held o'hers
! of those present as witnos-e...
The two principal* jn the raid were
taken to the Second Police Station
booked and lat-r released on bail.
?They will appear in the Police Court
Monday .morning The detectives in
the raid were Wilej-. Kellam. Genrry
Wtltshire, Bailey and Atkinson.
? SCOTT ? Died. lanuarv ML BBS, at
9 ? A. ? I at her residence.
China Street. MRS MARY C
SCOTT, in the sixty fourth year of
her age She is survived by f:\e
i daughters?Mrs I.. O. Cha'ndler.
Mrs .1 E. Hawkins, Mrs V Y
Pitts. Mrs R W. Harris, and Mrs.
.1. It Dillon?and four sisters?Mrs.
H. Bingham. of Philadelphia. Mrs
,1. I.. Ryan. Miss Kiizabeth McCllH
fock. of Baltimore, and Mrs. C. H.
Bransfurd, of this city.
Funeral from St Andrew's F.pis
copal f'hurch SUNDAY. -January 19.
1S13 at 3 o'clock. Interment in Holly?
I.ynchburg. Baltimore and Phil?
adelphia and Danville papers please
Our mother is sleeping, so free from
all pain .
Oh. wake bar r.ot. sweet Spirit, to
She is resting so sweetly. O let her
Her sickness is ended, her trouble eall
Oh. think how she moaned and suf?
fered with pain
In the long high* hours as we soothed
her in vain.
Till Ood. in His mercy, sent down
An angel that whispered a mes-age
j Have you a mother' Love hcr well
While she is spared on earth
i Wait not till death has called her
j Ta know bar precious worth.
Her languishing head is now at rest.
Her tMaktnas and u< hings are o'er.
Her quiet, dear, immovable breast
j- heaved bv nfflictlon no more.
H LR f'HILLiH KN.
BURWLLL ? Died in Li Paso. Texas.
January 1?. HARRISON L BUR
WLL1.. son ot the. late Lewis Whiting
Burwell and .Mrs. Alice R. Burwcll.
of this city.
Burial will be in Hollywood.
DKNSON -^Departed this life Satur?
day- morning tnnuary 1?. at S 40
o'clock.. ROBERT C. DLNSOn
lOOf.'j North Light Street,
r uneral notir e later.
BY Rt" M - Died, at her residence. 714
Mosby Stree- January IS. MRS
Li LA BYRI'M. She is survived by
her husband Mr Llmer Bvrum. ar.d
one daughter. Verncll ; by her moth?
er. Mrs. M. A. Browning, and three
sisters. Mrs G W Tuck. Mrs W. C.
Albert and Mrs <'. B Fairlamb. and
two brothers, J. W. axid A. J Brown?
WMLF.l.KM Died, at his residence
2221 Venable Street, l-ridav a' 10 35
A M. MR A P. WHEELER. In
his eighty first year Me leaves to
mourn their loss one daughfr. Miss
Hennie \v hee>r . nine grandchildren,
and -even great grand children
Funeral from above residence
SUNDAY AFTERNOON at 3?
Friends and a< quaintances Invited
to attend. Interment in Oakwood.
I SMITH ? Died, at Orace Hospital
Saturday. January is. ism. at 12
o'clock. LEWIS WAUL SMITH. In
the fiftieth year of his age He wae
a member of A . I A A. M. No. It.
Syracuse Lodge Pythians. No 4.
Temple I'vthian Sisters. No. }, A bou
Ben Aill.em Lodge. No. 110. I. O.
O F Order Railway Conductors,
1 Division No 152
Funeral MONDAY. January 30.
! IS1J. at 3 P. M.. from I'nion Station
M K Churrh Friends and acquaint?
ances invited to attend. Burial in
'cOOK -Departed this life in the home
of her eon. t hief O. M. Cook, on the
Pannunke.- Indian re?ervafion. Jan?
uary H MRS CAROLINE COOK,
seventy four years of ?ste. Mrs. Cook
was in;? or the charter members of
the Pamunkey Indian Baptist Church
which was organized IM* Al a Chris?
tian her life was blameless, as a
friend she was true and faithful
tier sen. daughter-in law. seven grand
? hildr?-n. and a host of friende mourn
OR Y M FS IIKN'RV T. ORYMES.
sge flflv-three died at his resident*,
rrtday morning 7 Jt A. M . ? Waat
VunereY'st NHAY t P M . from
Mt '??-? c| Rap'tv rhu:, ti Friends
are invited to attend
KRRSB.? In sad but lovng t?m?m
brencr of r v very devoted inoth>-.
M tRY rtfHK.IllV E RERBR who
died seven years ago to-day. January
MARIE B. K I HAL.
r.PPW In end Isnl loTlng re re err -
brance of W s RRM K ? F PI'S, who
died one year ago fanunry IS. 1*12.
The prices are certainly attractive enough to make
everybody want a Victor-Victrola.
And when you hear the instruments you won't be
without one in your home.
. Come in and select yours today.
Other styles of the Victor-Victrola $40 to $200. iVictori
$10 to $100. liasy terms, if desired.
213 E. Broad St.
Edward W. Blakry.
Edward Warwick Blake v died sud?
denly yesterday mornng at 9 t. clock
at the Retnat for the Sick, in hi*
rttty-cccond year Mr Blakey wan Ml
known and very popular among the
various labor Organization? of thin
, city He wan a printer for several
; year* arid nftgf nallli held the posi
'tion of head proofreader for the New?
I ?dar up to the time of hlb death
? Several time* he was honored by being
? sent to labor conventions in Other
!>ities an a representative of local 01
Bafrtda* ins widow. Mr Blakey leaven
, one son. Edward W Blakey, Jr J two
brothers, '?.?-? ar Q. Blakey and Charles
? Blakey, atid two alafgg, Misses Mm
I nie and Clara Blakey.
The funeral will be from his resi?
dence. 403 North Robinson Street, to?
morrow afternoon at 4 o'clock. Bar
as will he conducted by Rev. K
Hoger Tyler, of Sr Murk's Episcopal
? h. The interment will be made
In Hollywood. The pall-bearers will
. >?>? i. jj Baughan. Charles Lester.
Thomas Leonard. Charies E. <r,iw
ford. L T. Redford. Charles O. Saviiie,
M. R. Pace and Asa Johnson.
Mtra John I?. Wilson.
?Special to The Times-lnspatch )
BUcksburg. Va . January 18?Mrs.
Carolina Harnuker. widow of John P.
Wilton, died Tueadaj' at the home of
her son. 0?'?r Wilson. KuneraJ ser
vioea were held at the Trinity Baptist
i'hurch. four miles from ICuoksLciig
? Thursday afternoon, and burial was
made in the cemetery there Rev
Henry P. Hami! conducted the eer
; vices, and he waa assisted by Rev M
P Weikie, of the Cambria Method!*:
Mrs. Wllaon was born eighty-four
years ago in Chrtstiansburg and spent
the greater part of her life in Mont?
gomery County, coming to Rlucke
burg some years ago to live with ?her
son. at whose homeshe died She in
survived r>v Ove children Mrs. J. L.
' irrell, Mrs. J P. Aldrige. Mrs. J.
, it Amos of Vinton: Mrs >' V Knaps
land O C. Wilson, of tsftnakeh irg: also
J by there sisters and three t>ra>thers?Mra
I by -hree sistere and three brothers?
! Mr? V. K. Dudlev, Mr*. R. V l.ewig.
I<if Lyrichburg. Mra E. W. Snapn. of
Ronnoko; Robert Hamaker. of Mid
IdietowoL Idaho, .t. p Hamaker. of
Aieda. Texas, and Rev J. D Hamaker.
Ol .Strasburg Mrs. Wilson had six?
teen grandchildren and seven grcat
L O. Perkins.
! Special to The Times-Dispatch )
Eork 1'nton. Va . January 18.?I. O
I Perkins, who died m Richmond af'er
Ian operation, was one of rluvanna?
I most popular citizens. Although very
[\oung when the war commenced, he
I entered the Confederate Army, and
' bad a fine roooisi as a soldier Mr p? r
I kins held many county office* of im?
portance for a number of vears He
wa* also a deacon ol fie'he! Church He
leaves besides bio wile nine children
as follows Professor Nathaniel Per?
kins and Braxton Perkins, of Sanford.
Ha Edwin J . Wiiiiam o and Hohen
Perkins, of weatorn Virginia. I O
Perkins, of New York ; Jeter Perkins, of
Dajjtoa, ?) .and Misse? Ijc.ia and Louisa
rata I lie of this county
Warner Winston IIuN hinsoa.
'Special to 'be Tlmes-Oispacth )
Etna Mills. Va . January is - The
remains of Warner Winston Huf< bin
son were brought here from Richmond
to-day. and interred in the family bury
mg ground at his old home. "Atrwe.
Ml Hutchinson died at St Luke'? Hog
altal Thursday morning. He was stxtv
two years of age He leaves three broth
rrs and one sister. W. T. Hutchinson and
M. L Hutchinson, of Richmond : J. O
Hutchinson, of King William, and Miss
Kfta T. Hutchinson, who lives at "Air
well The funeral service* were eon
dur-ed b7 Rev. H. H. White, of Coal
Barle? Baptist Church, of Hanover
'Special to Th? Times-Dispatch )
Salisbury, N. C. January 1? ? After
being In the State Hoepital at
Morganlon for three month*. Moaea
Eagle, a well-known Rowan farmer
di. a at that pla< e laat night He wan
sutv-two veara old. and in survived bv
a wife and several grown children all
well known. His remains were brought,
to Rowan for burial thi? afternoon
Mrs. Ada M. White.
iSpeeial to The Times- Dispatch j
\\ ;n< heater. Va . January I* ?The
remains of Mrs. Ada M While, wife
of Edward H White, of Washington
and Takonaa Park. D. C. who died on
Junuary 14 at Staur/on, where sne bad
been under treatment for some time
past, were brought here and interred
ibis afternoon in Mount Hebron Come
terv Elder Anderson, of Takom.t
Park. I) C . officiated at the obseqdi'-*
\lr? White who was thirty-eigh-.
years old. leaves'her husband and two
daughters. Mrs Henrietta Rldwell and
Miss /ida White, all of Washington
Hat first husband a Mr. Orndorff. died
a number of years ago.
Mrs. Mar? M. Darlington.
'Special to The Timaa-Dispatch !
Win' bester. Va , January It ?Miss
Mary Margaret- Darlington, seventy
, six years old who died M her home
! Thursday night, was the first of a fam
? ily of ten children to pas* away. She
was the oldest of the. rhiidren. the oth?
ers being Joseph R . of Martinsburg. W.
Va. . James R . of Uaineeboro . Oscar M .
of i harlestown. W. Va. : John W. Dar?
lington, of v, inchester. Mrs. Sarah
Oano. of Zenia. Ohio; Mrs. Annie
Bpenoe, of Columbus. Ohio: Mrs
I.a :ra Jefferson and Mrs Oer" , !?
Zamzaw. both of Baltimore, and Mrs.
Columbia E M. Kenzia. of Winchester.
Rev j H lacy. D Of, of the Presby?
terian Church officiated at her funeral
Jacob V*. lolej.
spe-.ial to The Tunee-Dtepatcb )
Harri?onburg. Va . January II.?
Jacob W Koley. eighty-three veara old.
died yesterday at Nit Crawford frotb
pneumonia He waa a Confedera'e
soldier, and was raptured durirv
Sheridan's famous raid through the
Valley of Virginia He was a Methodist.
. and leaves ten children.
Mrs. Sarah Edwards.
'Special to The Times-Dispatch )
Crewe. Va . January 19.?Mrs Sarah
Eawards. aged seventy-four years,
died at the hon e of her daughter. Mrs
Herbert Hurt.this morning at 5 o'clock_
She had been an invalid for a nurr.h?-'
of years, but the audden iHnes* thai
took her away was unexpected. She
:? area ansaai i kildren. among whom
are Mrs Herbert Mtjrt and Mise Addie
May Edwards of this town . Mrs \\ .
!.. Jordan, of Petersburg: Mra. Slay
ton. ..f I.ur.enburg: W A Edwards
and R E Edwards.of Halifax bounty:
Mrs. R. S. i'arter Danvule The re
n.air.? will he tuned la frees Cem?
etery on Sunday afternoon
Exercises Post so net
Bivju-f af thr>*tecing weather, ths ex
errises in rnnne-tmn with laving the corner?
stone of new Baawswa BeanV school scheduled
for yesterdsy sflrrnooo. were postponed to
Tuesday afternoon at J o'clock.
P.! 'H Ear. MORS'IN"! and even
lng Sunday services will be continued
as usual at Sr. James Episcopal
f'h'irch. Franklin Street, during the
Rg for'a illneae._
W? ihmo'a't" av*en*ue metho
-? Church. If. E v. rarson.
paator Preaching by pastor 11
\ M and * P M \forning sub
tee*. "The'Bans' Promise" ; at night
The Oates of Hell " Sundav Schoo!
9 30 A M. T. J. Teagle. Superin?
The Reasons Why
Mv rompsnv ran yell Life Insurance lower than any other American Com?
pany, paying annual dividend*?
Thev have an extremely low Mortality Rate.
They have an extremely low Kxpenw Rate.
They have an excellent Earning Interest Rate,
let me explain these liberal contracts th.il my company, with assets
$85.l7e.484.4*. arc now offering.
L. C. YOUNGER, Special Agt.,
Phone Mad. Mt? *22 American National Bank Bldg.
L. P. Hollander & Co.,
BOSTON. NEW YORK,
Will Exhibit at the
MONDAY, TAESD\Y WD WEDNESDAY,
January 20. 21, 22.
Display will con?i>t ?.f an unu>tiall\ attractive t ollcctiooof
Ladies' Gowns, Suits, Street
and Carriage Wraps for
Spring and Summer Wear.