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Short News Stories From All Over Virginia
WORK SOO\ nu r. BEGIN.
Augusta Count? Hopes Ultimately to
Have Beet Beads In State.
W'aynreboro. Va . Jsnunr.' 2S -The
district road board, composed of Super?
visor Harper. A. C Ellis and Road
Superintendent Ssattejr. mot, Tsjeaday
in Stautiion with Aaerstant Highway
Commissioner Coleman and held a
conference to take immediate stepa to
start erotk on the big South River road
improvement ft ie oxpeeted that the
Highway Commission will at once put
an engineer to work surveying the
seventy miles to be built This work
it is estimated will take about thirty
days When the plans are completed
bids will be advertised for ar*l the wetk
let to contract. Supervisor Harp?r
states that the work will be pushed
rantwty. with-the Intention of complet?
ing it in two years. Perhaps as many as
six or eight gangs of roadbutiders will be
at work on difterer.t roads
It to the general opinion that as
soon SB any considerable proportion
of roads in South River is erimpleted
and the worth and value of the improve?
ment demonstrated, the other dis?
tricts tn the coun'y will get to work. and
ultimately Augusta watJ have the best
roads tn the Btota, throughout.
FLOWERS IN FELL BLOOM.
May-Like Wewtber Ceuses City to
Take On Hpring-f ik<- Appesranee.
Suffolk , Vs., January fS ?There has
not been a Jamtiry of such May-like
temperature in this section within the
memory of the oldest Th habit ant. The
shrubs and vines have not lost their
foliage, and everywhere one is gloated
with spring flowers, all in full bloom.
Many Suffolk lawns and yards are
bnlHsnt with the golden bell forsrthia
in full bloom The Japan apple, or
' burning bush.'' glows in i rimson
splendor, and in on>? yard In Suffolk
there are in bloom the beautiful white
. Oerman one. and the plants arc full
of blue buds, ready to open
Pear treea are white in several or?
chards, and one or two- branches, full
of pink peach blossoms, have been
shown about town.
Violets are blooming everywhere,
not only the eeHivated Rower, bat the
wild- woods violet, snd school cr
ere bringing in fr.igran' hunrhc ,.t
trailing a" but us. usually found about
here in April Bridal wreath, a few
JoaejViln winter honeysuckle, and even
hyacinths are blooming fn sunny spots
in the ysrde about town. ?
CARCO SENT TO NE? 1 ORk
Matting* snd Other Articles Taken
From sUeaaier Indrakuala.
Norfolk. Ve Januarv n Carrying
a full cargo of mn Hugs and oUicr
art I. !cs I a r, egg from t r * iir ? e
Indrakuala tn dryd - y at Newport
New*, the s'earrer .lemestowr. Captain
Johnson, of th* old Dominion L*ae.
left for New York taal night Th? cargo
aas. the Indrakuala was cos^eagwesl to
New York snd 'he ladrakugla waa on
her way to tent eity she. -h. r.,r ,.
and wink t he steamer Julia Lu< krn: ... h
la X hesapeakc Bar two weeks ago
As it was n^-ee-ary to get the Indra
kusla a csrgo to New York 'he steamer
?asneetoen was engaged to tranerar
i? from Newport News
M it BOA D PROJM TED.
Artwai Work of Bwtldlng Has Already
Abingdost. Ta . Janaart 9 ft was
earned that saw \ trsgrtta ?< erb Baa Rail?
way baa base chartered bv the I. ?anale -
ture now In session at Raleigh an* i?
probe ble that a tar a' force
win he awl ea ?he North Carolina oad
la raw early taring There are now about'
an ?ork rr?n on the ?wand, end the ac
taal work of building the rood from
t*e ag-.t wf l*W Oreea Core creek to I
I the state line has begun. This distance
. is a little over seven miles and the coun
' try is rough. The special train taking
Du' horses and mules to Konnarock
Wednesday also carried the contrac?
tors' tools and u large consignment
' of camp supplies.
Mi? BBTBCB for BATTLESHIPS.
Launching Wats for Operation of
Portsmouth. Vs., January' SS.?The
navy yard here has not yet received
orders to pr-x-eed with plans for in?
stalling abo&rd the battleships of the
ntls?stjfl fleet the launching ways for
the operation from their decks of 'he
aie scouts <>r military hydroplanes.
. "sr?!h which all the battleship* sjt *he
' navy are hereafter to Iw equipped The
oiticexs of the construction department.
howe\er. expect that the vessel* whose
: home yard this is will be equipped with
the new device invented by Captain
Chambers, of the navy upon their
re'tirn from the winter drills in Cuban
waters, and that the air scouts will he
I ready for use in the summer maneuvers
o! the ships off this coast
TOBACCO CBOP 14 SHORT.
Scarcity of Weed Will Net Cause
Prices to Sear.
Lynch hurg. Vs . January 3?That
the drought of last summer hurt the
tobacco a lot was a well known fact,
but every present indication is that the
crop for this year is even smaller than
ths lowest estimate placed on it by the
A great many farmers are now selling
their last tobacco, which, although
? much infertor.two that sold at the ,-or
respt>ndin? time last veax. '* bringing
a good average price, which though
not as high as that of last season, stta*
ng the grade of tobacco oe/ered.
The sales up to the present time fall
I .How those of last year by smran
The light .crop will not result in a
teBapee farnine or cause the price paid
by the consumer to .oar bnt through
? ? a- i >?? ? t ions the scarcity of the weed
wiil he much ^!t by l>oth the buyers
and the manufacturers.
Blsmsrk Lewis Has Narrow Escape
Warsaw. Va . January ?.? On Sun?
day night last a boot 8J8 o'clock. Bis
mark Lewi? of Sharp*, wen*, aboard
mi his gasoline boat which was tied
i ajlpngside of i he pt?r head He entered
the engine room with a lighted lantern
and es he d'i ??? 'here was s ter rifle
expioetoT. had in a econd the boat was
1 in a light hle?c The boat was at once
cut loos* from the whurf and drifted
on' into the r re' Later there was
.another rxpeaetee frorr. a barrel of
gaeolir.e arhs h was on hoard. This
. r. .i ,. r. ..? . o.nk fhe upper
deck was hutned off and in* boat
damaged to the amount of she it atat
with no l"? trasce The hull has been
The escape or Mr l^wis from
' Instant death was indeed marvelous
fe irately he was only slightly
lift HF.TTLEM DinPl Tl.
Onaer? ?f Twe Herse? IMscus* Merits
?f Tbetr gesgectitc ?teeds.
l.n.poria '"a. .'aeuerv B ? Robert
Moss and l.dwln HoCmeon. b?te sf
Iths southern port to a of the ooenty.
' had a dhjcesaaae lest week on the
' ""'? ? .,?.:' ? ,. -pr. r-ir* '!<??
driving horses Keen e?f"-d th*
isfriu of his ewn trustv iu?i uetil
lit (erame a^ceeaarv to teat the speed
qualities of the twe There was mere
interest mentfestew fcr 'be local friends
I of the two and when the rase wee i
"* - - ^ ??
pulled off there was a soon attendance.
It Is understood that the horse be
Ilonging to Mr Robinson was victorious.
Money For New School.
Houston, Vs., January it.? It is
announced by the building committee
for the new school building. Houston,
?hat ll.SJO has been subscribed of the;
proposed amount of $3.0*) to be secured
the rest of the fund to be
borrowed of the State moneys for
such purposes. N'o decision as to site
or plans of building has yet been
Remembered by Many friends. T
I New Market. V? . January 25.-'r-On '
' occasion of his seventy-third birthday,
January 1. IST3. R H. Rinker. a Con?
federate soldier and member of Rice's
battery, of near New Market, received
3*5 birthday cards from friends in
? different States. He also received
letters of congratulation from comrade
soldiers, daughters and granddaughters
of soldiers. Mr. Rinker .who was
born near Mt. Jackson, was much
gratified by these numerous tributes
from friends, and may he have many
returns of the anniversary occasion.
?Scarcity of Horses on Farms.
Bpeoial to The Times-Dispatch.5
Kreeiing. Va . January 25.?There arei
fewer horses on the farms in the West
end of Dic.kenson County than has been
known before for several years. This
*? a-eity is to be accounted for in psirt
by the fact that it cost6 more to raise
and keep horses 'ban formerly. An?
other reason for this scarcity is that
farmers have sold much of their stock
to those interested in the public works.
Veterand of Civil War Goes Over Old
Fredericksburg. Va.. January 23 ?
Major W. W. Bentley. of Ptjlaski. one
of the mos* prominent men In South?
west Virginia, for years a prominent
i breeder of the finest strains of short
j horn cattle and an extensive farmer,
here Friday in company with J. Hoyd
W'ushingtop. of Spring Hill. Carol
Major Bentley commanded a hetal
liort during the battle of Fredericks
burg, and was stationed on Marye*e
Heights and his visit was for the spe
rwir.l purpose of going over the battle
. ground end viewing the scenes of the
conflicts onoe again M?mr Bentley
was delighted with his visit, and called
at Brompton. the old Marve mansion,
hr and Captain Rose being friends, hav?
ing often been exhibitors >f fine stock
at some of the principal fa-fa.
Major Bentley was accompanied to
Caroline by Mrs. Bentley.
TELLS OF VIBGlM*.
French Beader Desrribes Visit of Mr.
Kleg end Mr. Hsl-e?.
Harrieonburg. Va . January 2i?A
j French class et the Norme! School
ma<lc an intcre-ting dlscoeerv in a new
: book just introduced for practice in
conversation The book is a f*rwai h
t "newspaper reader ' prepared b'v Felis
Wein, member of the acade my Among
other up-' o dir topfe It devoted three
nage? to a ?lipping from l?e Journal In
regard to the presentation by Ike
N'?->- of Virginia "o the Freneh go* -
emmert of -he replies of the llou
don statue of Washington
Dwe mention is made of the Ameri?
can dsiegs'e? Hon r W King, of
Clifton Forge and Hon Don P Hateoy.
of l.ynchhurg end gives the gist of
?hen addreeeea upon tbo^Kvassnn of the
formal presentation at Verteiltet
athletic Cksb Organised.
Rpe-tal to The Time* Dlspat h
?. mhrtvt Ve . January RJ ? *. High
School Athletic t lutohee been nrgantwd
en.ong Use tnjhstl hrrvs hare. With the
fcttnwtng oWy-era Frwetdent Bewtler
Morris v?;, ? peealden* Items' W bitten
snsasger. secTctary aad treasurer. Pro
feaanr 8 F Potndeater A haashatl .
tejT has also been formed, gate* lb*
? bova are oounf.lng on doing aorae game
I pfayiag that spring
OF BARONET'S SON
Allan Lethridge Fails in Efforts
to rivoid Fuss and
VA MARQUISE DE FONTEXOT.
(Copyright. U13. by the Brent wood
Com pan v )
SIR WROTH I.KTHRRIDI? S
brother Allan's efforts to avoid all
fuss and publicity concerning his
marriage to Miss Marjorie Colt Byrne,
daughter of Bngadier-Ocncral Charles
C. Byrne, ?. S. A., of Washington,
seems to have been frustrated. For all
that he appears to have accomplished
by having the wedding taltc place very
quietly in the Church of the Holy
' Name, in New York, last month, by
, Xlgr Kean. has been the annoiwce
ment of the match a few days ago m a
sensational manner wi?h headlines in
the newspapers, to the effect that it was
"a secret marriage of a baronet's son. '
Allan l.ethbridge. who is henceforth
to make his home in New York, served
from HOC to 1*17 as magistrate and resi?
dent in Northern Nigeria, following
, in this respect the example of his five
elder brothers each of" whom have
served the State. Sir Wroth I^-thhridge
as captain of the Grenadier Ouards.
Colonel Ernest l<etn bridge. D. 8. O..
Bp an ofOcer of the Oxfordshire Regi?
ment in the South Afrtcsn Wsr ; Cap?
tain Thomas l.ethbridge as an asfJBgf
of the Somersetshire Regiment. Hugh
I/cthhridge as an officer of the Nstal
Monr.'ed Police, and .lohn I^ethhridge
as a captain of Imperial Yeomanry In
the South African War .lohn, by
the by. like Allan, has an American
wife, in the daughter of Sidney Wood
Cooper, of New York
The T.e'hbridges are a very old De?
vonshire famiTv. and figure as su< h in
i Prinec'e Worthies of Devon. '' Through
the maTiage of Christopher l.eth?
bridge to Margaret SeTvchler. of Tsw- ,
Stock, in lest, his descendant* are co?
heir* to the ancient Barony of Kit7
waiine which has been In abeyance lor
hundre. ? .-f - ears Ano'her s?n> ??*
tor of Allan Lethbridge in the female
line is Sir William Peri am who was
' lord chief baron of the exchequer In
the reien of Queen Elizabeth, and who
left a considerable smonul of property,
whuh pa***"d into - re im?o -:-,r: ? ??
I^thbndges through ?h? msrriage of
?he last of hi* 'me Harsh Pertem. to
Thorns* lethhridge. in Ulv |? :<
from him that Sir Wroth, the present
head of the family. h ? ?. r .1
nasse of Periem. Sir Wroth has net
been nrteggtBer fortunate In his ma tri
ssenia! affairs for last simmer Lady
l^-'.hb-.dge applied with MsSOtSB
?he dl ? ??? ? ??nw' Tor a di*?o'u?ion of
the mar'a ige owing to the feet that hs
hsd ggurwd a* corespondent In 'he di
vors? of RksBerd Cecil |,~igh from Mrs
i^fgh The Lady l.ethbrtdge in sues
v .n who re.utce* tn the queer < h-??
tine nsn.e ? \ is-io-s ia a si.-er 10'
tjedy Claud- Hamilton, and of that
Mi?? Chando* Pole skn oeed to ?i?r
at Newport R I . with .Miss Msv Vsn
A<?n She t* s daughter of EdWsrd
F changes Pole of Red bourne Hall.
Derbyshire her mother, lady Anne
Chando* I oie being daughter ef the
ftfth Earl of Harrington
King Oeorge has fownd It Impossible
to dispense with the eerrieee of his
private eecreterv Colonel Mir Frederv k ?
Poanonhy. who wsa assistant private
secretary lo King l.deerd thro?gS..?t
hkj reign and ?0 Weeen Vlctegtn during
the ?est Bm e--* ,.f her Mfe ?0 |
? redert. k s snpoirtment to the pever
aasshlp or Bombay has bean wua
denen and the offsre bar besa bestoeeg ,
instead upon one of the King'* lords in'
waiting, namely. Lord Willingdon. , |
This appointment will be of interest
to every reader of the la:e lady Bras
-??v s so popular and fascinating volume
entitled. "The Voyage of the Sunbeam."
portraying the life of the authoress and
of her children on board v.-hat is to this
day probably the most famous steam I
yacht afloat. Kor Lady Willingdon is
the Marie Brassey who figures on al?
most every page of the book.
It was while steaming from Bonibay
southwards. en route to Australia, on
board I he Sunbeam, that l.ady Willing
don, when 'he yacht was two days out
from Bombay, lost her mother in so
mysterious a fashion. I-ady Brassey
had left her husband and daughters on
deck, to go below for an after tiffin
siesta. She was in ttte best of spirits,
and in parfewl health, while the wea?
ther was ideal, the sea as smooth as
glass, with not. a breath of wind No
one ever saw Lady Brassey again There
was nothing to show that she ever;
reached her cabin. No one heard or saw |
ber fall or jump overboard. Vet she
must have done either the one or the
other, sinco no trace of her could be'
found on the yacht, nor has ever any
clue been found to the mystery
An equally remarkable though far'
less tragic mystery of the ocean on,
that particular voyage of the Sunbeam ?
was the discovery on the surface of
the Indian Ocean, thousands of mile*
away from land and hundreds of miles
distant from the track of ocean liners,
of a beautifully rigged toy sailboat,
such as one sees on the ponds and
lakes in Central Park. New York, and
SSI the Serpentine, in Hyde Park. I?on
don. or on the Round Pond in Ken
sington Hardens The boat, wibhout ?
any name of it* maker or anything,
that could give a clue to its owner?
ship, beyond its schooner rigging, wss
'sailing aiong without even any signs
of being weat berbeaten. How It same
there or how lung it had been there.
Lord Brassey has never been able to ?
discover, and it hangs to-day as one
of the Stranges* of relics from the
ceiling of the perfect museum of curios
which he has in his Park Lane house
Ia>rd Willingdon received his peer?
age on the nomination of Premier
Asquith a few months before the death
of I- dward VII . formerly repre?
sented the Bod min Division of Corn- I
wall in the House of Commons, and
belongs lo s family which settled in
Susses towards the c'oee of the eigh
teen'h '-enttirv to enjoy a very large
fortune, -rh;. h. under the name of
Freeman Thomas it had derived from
eitenelve roaeeasinns in th* West
Indies, notable in Antigua. f<ord Wit
Itwgdon's father was an officer of > he
Ri"e Brigade his mother a daughter
of that firs* Viscount Hempden. so
I long Speaker of the House of Com -
it.or.- and ? ho was also t wenty-fourth '
[,o-d I >.!.-? I.o-d Willingden'S coun?
try seat is Ret ton Hell, near kaat
>-r rne He .. >??>?: ',.. .?, rerv
rieb ta hi* own right and also through
hi* msrrtage. and is a great crtt keter.
hermg > a plained Kot h the Pton end
the Cambridge I nlverstty elevens
He was A O C. to his father-in-law.
I/ord Brassey. when the latter wee
r ->nr of virtot-ia snd s*iweo* ea
ma lor or the Sueaes "t eomenry through
th? south African War.
As long a* the let* Cewatees of
? -- ? I-, Albert f
1 Belgium was alive, ehe would newer
Ber mit aar astbortattee ttewsal of the
? fcswlalou* sterles elating to the tWSV
dae death o' her c-idwet eon Pnnee
Baldwin ??orte* which were to the af-|
fact thai he had been krtied in a
rrace* in a bouse in the Avenue Loinee.
In Brasil I?. ebo.it the AseerK-an prime
doaaa Sibyl staiiSeTion who died aa the
I wife of Antonio Terry, of N*ew York.
The Countess of Flanders always de
. lured that to vouchsafe any denial or
explanation would be to accord an
importance to tr.?se stories, insulting
to the memory of her son. And so.
unrefuted. they ultimately came to
he accepted in Belgium and abroad as
Now. however, an authoritative de?
nial has li'-en issued at Brussels. The
explanation is as follows: In January.
1S9I. Princess Itenr1e"e. of Belgium . now
Duchess of Veiidome. and daughter
of the Count and Countess of Klanders.
was seized with the particularly danger?
ous and rontugiou* form of the grippe,
which was 'hen epidemic. She was so ill
that the sacraments were administered
to her. and her life was despaired of.
On the 21et. Baldwin after manoevreing
his cavalry re?imrnt ail day. went,
without returning to his home, straight
to his sister* bedside, and remained
there the entire evening and night, with
the dot tors, nurse sand his father and
mother^ Kurly the following morning
he was seized with pulmonarv conges?
tion, and a bed ^ras hastily prepared for
him in the Flanders palace. He became
worse throughout the day. and suc?
cumbed early on the morning of the
3d. after having received the last
sacraments, at the hands of the rector
of the Church of ift. Jacques. A Berlin
.Journalist in some way managed to pene?
trate into the palate, within an hour
after the death had taken place. The in?
trusion was resented by his being ajlst
ed. with a considerable amount of
vigor. He revenged himself by starting
the story that the prince's death was
due to violence, although the body when
it lay in state showed no trace thereof.
(Copyright. 1913, by the Brentwood
Executive Committee of Rich?
mond Athietic Federation
Meets Friday Night.
Dr. Charles M. Hazen. elected presi?
dent of the Richmond Amateur Athle?
tic Federation who. as president of
the organization, is chairman of the
?ie j?ive committee, bee celled a meet?
ing of the committee for (Friday night
at ? 3s o'clock in the Central Y. M.
C. A. I
At this meeting the suggestions
made at the meeting when the con**i
ttitlon and by-laws were adopted will
be considered Including plena for taking
cere of the imafflltaied men and boys in
Richmond who may desire to improve
themselves physically This is equallv
true of th* girls in Richmond, and it
is probabie that r rgani a'l .na already
tn existence who look after the young
women and girie will be asked 10 join
It in certain that a track meet will
he held In the spring, and plan* will
likely he diseasesJ regarding the meet.
There are several plaos* araitahge
where sueh a meet could be held and
the committee will probably deter?
mine wgoei some of the lo- a) gvmaa
?tsjsna or halts The q?e?--on ?f gnanc
ing the federation win also furnish a
topic for discussion i.ip***M wtti
begin juet ee soon as the organisation
begin* te do thing* and some plan mus<
he eevbnjd by which ibe et lags rteas
l aver I ad tan be a?ei The tost gegen? ;
ng of the executive cow mit tee ef the
R. A. A. r. vW be ef ?est importance
NEW STYLE IN TATTOOING
Desirable Decline Displayed in Sae
lection of Designs.
(Special to The Time*-Dispatch.)
Washington. January JS.?Tattooing;
is as much in vogue among American
bluejackets as ever, but there is a de
sirable decline displayed in the selec?
tion of designs, according to results osT
investigations made by Surgeon Ans?
men I-'arenholt. of the navy.
Designs copied by the tattooed sali?
ore of a generation ago. such as tha
wreath cross.' never are seen among;
? bluejackets <>t to-day. according to
Surgeon Farenholt. other old-time)
favorites, such as crosses, crucifixes*
N'ept.unes. mermaids and the weeping:
?villow beside a tombstone, inscribed
"Tn Memory of My Mother," are be?
coming very rare. In their place tha
modern bluejacket is having tattooed
on bis body red and blue pictures of the
Katsenjapamer Kids, Happy Hooligan,
tennis racquets. DHt and. ball, glass, of
beer, and even a sock, which in tha
opinion of Surgeon Karenholt, indi?
cates s levity ot mind unbecoming a
tattooed sailor. Japanese influence ?>
easily discernible, he states, in the in?
creasing number of men tattooed vita,
dragoons.- flowers, an.jir.als, butterflies
and Japanese women,
u Tatttooing is just as prevalent among
'soldiers a- blu. !???;????? according tO>
the surgeon). One-third of the men tab*
toned in the service carry somewhere]
on their bodies the figure of a woman.
ALFRED DOt OLA8 BAN KBUPT.
Son of Mareens of Queensherry Can's
Pay Moaey Lender SM70.
London. January ? ?Lord Alfred
Douglas was adjudged bankrupt on tha
petirion >>f a mo ft* a- lender who was m
creditor for 174 pounds itB7t>.
Lord Alfred, in a !r"<r to the re*
< river stated that bis debts were leeB
than 360 pounds t* ?*?? Part of this was
due to tradesmen, whose claims ?ould
be discharged by relatives. As for tha
money lenders, he said he did not lo?
tend to psy them.
Dlvorre Decree Staads.
t :n< mnati. O.. January ??Common
Pleas Judge Wood manse refused to-day
to sot aside the divorce granted hash
year to Percy Proctor, a wealthy Cin?
cinnati manufai turer. from Nadine 8,
Proctor, formerly the Haronese Tea*
Kiifuss The baroness sought to set
aside the decree on 'he double ground
that ehe was unable to attend the di?
vorce hearing last April
a passenger on the fl
Titanic and because
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ause she wag
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lawyer. Whom He atlll Owes.
He's Letting His Money.
Atlanta. January n?Son* credKonJ 1
Morse ere undismayed bp
his suggestion that he be put iat?
bankruptcy Thomas O l.|4?r. wbee?> '
\fo'?? .s s*io indebt
for a part of our tQsS.S
mg htm to obtain his I
Mr r-eider, hut he bee
religiously to bis agrrem
tn pay a cash retainer i
be lea later.
"I know of no plan M aw' htm tetSj
tnkrantey and I ?onbt ,r i ?-o ,ts
ita aaleas advised to by Mr Mores
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