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bv marriage, by requiring a flve-ycars'
residence in the I nited States. Only
five Aasemblymen voted against the
MAY COME 70 AID
OF GEN. SICKLES
i' o i 11*. ifil from Kirst Page )
rreaoo Wolfa, his bosnf clerk, and
?t Plummet Isl. hie attorney, start
ad. '? i ? h>- si. gJeS home.
' ' u he reached the Sickles home
;he old negro opened the door and la
l jir hid 'he sheriff and his Itond . lark
? .i ins lawyer umi his aapratery, aad
lor quite some tmie messenger boys . I i
. ab drivers and men about, town stood
?ti front of the general's home, and notb
USC at all happened.
? -hi* is what was going on inside
i. ifial Sukles received the sheriff
.. room at the vet.-, ic.ir ol ti..- l.,g
OB the gtonnd floor. It was .?
room the windown of wlmh were
ided by heavy iintams so ihut
t ..gilt ?aine in from Ninth street
l. senerai was sitting at u ma
I gany desk. He was dressed in u hSSflSI '
root. In Hont ol" htm glitt? red his warI
stop of the rusty blue uniform'
.. tas u.."--general in She I'nion urmy.
(her against the wall leaned u large
rail Ol the general dono in oils a
rears in frees, at him was
I r ..it:- et whi. h showed a hundred
i .. medsls and decoration*. The,
? ,.i psamd unabashed He walked
to the veteran and said'
aai very glad to see you. general "
tad 1 said tt.e general court e
? - am glad u see you. Did you
re the letter- I sent you?;!_e o;;e
Mrs l.ongsTeet '*"
telegram I mm Mr>. ISag Sil SII
?hertfl said tbat he hatfa t re
relvi i any letter* from Mrs. Iirrag
? <?? ?',.i ti. genera! thrust forw_rd
?i telegram. It read as toliow* .
< ??.?it.esv.ile. '?.. . an-?-y J*
My soul is sorrowed by you- '.I
I M Am wiring the Attorncy-GesemJ
? v York that I will raise the money
?? fie 'agted. des-:: :.:e ,.f..t
maimi d veterans who followed to
the amount dem stall r 1 it New
York officials will allow sufficient time.
Wr are nol writing into our history the
<?? of degenerate de*,-endar.*e of
heroic lives. The republic whose bat
t'cs you fought will not permit your de- ?
"HELEN D. LON'GSTREET.''
The sheriff remarked thai this must
be the widow of General Longstrect.
Si 1 thi gonoraJ said that it was none
. i:e: Thea the sheriff drew himseif
ip to his full height and said:
1 am sorry, but I must serve you ;
unit tbese papers.'
Tss gsnernl aoooptod the papers
which contained the announcement of.
his arrest in the civil action. The sheriff j
t'? ? :, at.i'i. that the service of the ,
? rs WOUM COat the general U H
"Tc whom doe* this money go?" j
;is' e,i the veteran
H. was told t ha: if wen: to the county
and not to the srn:.** s office Under
those < ir. un.stances he said he would:
pay Whereupon he lifted up his votoa
end ? a:>.t Eddy, oh Eddy
Miss Eleanor Wilmerding, the Oen
erai's hoiiseireoper. to whose preeenoe
in the house obje?. Lipn is raided by the
General naon i?'id wife, entered. . :
"tie" t5 Somewhere,'' Shfl was ordered.
Whnc she was out Mr Hayes entered
with a bund from tho t'nited States
Fidelity ur.i Guaranty Company which ?
guaranteed the Generals appearance
in icurt. The premium en the bond was
MOO ft is said that the General s friends
raised the money. Mrs. Sickles, ac
. ording to ofacers of the company, hao
m thing to do with it
Signs With a Flourish.
All the signatures on the bund were
there eicept the General s. Hr filled !
m the blank space with ;i bold dear
scna'urr When he hud floi.n?hed to I
the erd. he : ;rr>.d to the shiriff
How s thnl - ' he stllri ? for an old '
man of ninety-three
Aie v..ii nit.ct y-f h rce. general?"
BSk< : 'lie sheriff
Next ()? toner ' said the Oettys
barg veteran tersely/, and then Miss
Wilmerding came lap with *he money.'
She had a number of ? oins in her hand
and in the darkness of the room she
tripped There waa a shower of money, j
The sheriff his bond ? lerk. his lawyer
ai i secretary ,\i r? bumping l ends the
next momoal on the general's rug.
M -- "A In.i .-ding t..Id them . of tonund.
They're is- pennies" she assured
-vr.. r... ., r,et.r :es Were all retrieved
! M V. tin ? rdil | gave the sheriff a
t". biD, a dims .it.d a ruckle, he pocketed
them, an as and sold
"My easiness i- now ro|..i Oood
byvto you general. 1 wi.?h you all the
.? ?'."?*?? ?
? navel had ;i better friend than
; < ffi-nft. aaawwttd ;hc Oi neral.
il you WBV r'ad thi papers this
morning, cami i>a. k the sheriff, ?
Don't wait until the weather gets so thick
you can't find your way to our shoe bin.
A pair of these $5 viscolized, weather?
proof shoes to-day may prevent a doctor's bill
More colds and resultant illness come from
wet feet, so the M. D.'s say, than from any
The Berry Shoe, $3.50, $4 and $5.
I he Hanan, $6.50 and $7.
_~. "*Sp cial Sale of broken lots of $$ Shuts at $3.45.
O. H. Berry & Co.
star.' n Bl kJee and his mother came
N STEEL TRADE
(Continued from First Pago.)
effort to (bow that the witness had not :
been actuated m giving Iiis testimony,
considered t>y many as favorable to the
government, bj any animosity toward
t he steel corporation
Mr. i torey seid t bat he was ? naturally ?
in favor of ? he su< i ? ss ot the corpora- i
tion in the present suit "
The <use of the government, which I
Hegau Is October, Wit, probably will]
be completed to-mOtTOW. The taking ;
of testimony by the defense will not ,
be begun until after a recess to allow
counsel for the defence to arrange for,
? ailing Of Witnesses. These w ill in-'
elude ludg" Gary, .tames A. Farrell. I
president of the corporation, and a
number of the defer dun*? whom the
government did not subpoena
Aendeai] lVcber A Melds, matinee
Bijou Chariej Grape aria in ??Be
(weea showers." matinee and night.
< aienlsl Vaudeville.
Umpire Miniature Musical ( nmrdj.
Chariej Grape a la at the Bijou.
By sheer force of his unusual comedy
methods. Charley Grapewin drew many
laughs from a large audience a* the
Bijou lust night And this in spite of
the handicap against which he strug?
gled in the farce selected far the ex?
ploitation of his peculiar talents
if "between Showers was, us has
been advertised, chosen from Ihres
hundred 'scripts submitted, one mtm
vcls What the Other two hundred and
ninety-nine were Beginning with a
lotion capable af much mnusing
development, the story immediately,
driveled into Improbability and an.
I.. rei tang ol hastily thrown
together Incidents quite free from any
logical sequence even of the sort of
log., thai pie vails la fane building
a wi :i mnesagted inlasiofni In the
?ei omi ;.'t supplied thi only bit af
natural action la the pises
As h,.s been suggested, however, the
star managed to keep the amln ti<?
smiissii ai le he eras an the ?tage,
?h ? fort .?? practically ail
the time, and the whole, the house
seemed to ? rtjoy ?be performance.
pany includes Anna Chance, who rises
admirably to |he only opportunity
afforded her. p*hick oooturg in the last
act, and Mike DonllB, who is MOM
baseball player. W. D. G.
Weber and Fields Parked Norfolk
Theatre Last Muht.
Weber and I m Ids opened their
Southern tour a: the Academy of
Music in Norfolk lust nigh!
A telegram received by the editor
of this column from Otto Wells last
aicbl conveyed the glad tidings that.
the famoUl comedians were delighting'
a house packed to Ita doors, and that,
In addition to the inimitable work of,
the principals the large, gorgeously
costumed, perfectly drilled chorus, was
proving a special feature of the per?
Arrestes nn t barge of Crulety.
Herbert Dunn, colored, was arrested
yesterday by l'uvolmun Tucker on
the charge ol cruelty to a mule.
The second meeting for the purpose
of making arrangements for 'he coming
annual session of -he Conference for
Education in the South, to be held in
Richmond la April, will be had at 4;
o'clock 'his afternoon, at the Capitol.
Dr A P. Bourland, executive secre
tary of the conference, arrived in the
ity last Dicht and will be present at the I
meeting this afternoon.
a tie in g the members of the committee
arranging for the entertainment of the 1
big conference are j. d Eggleston.
supervisor of rural schools for the
United State? Bureau of Education.!
Mrs I!. It. Munford, president of the;
Co-Operativs Education Association of
Virginia; R C stearnes. Superin
tendent of Public Instruction: Jackson
Davis state supervisor of rural ele?
mentary schools. Julian A Burruse. :
president of the stute female Normal;
s, hooi and Industrial School fag
Women s?t Miirr>. ? burg and president 1
of the Virginia STa'" Tee* hers' Associa
tlOfl and l)r H. B I risscll, president
of the H.impton Normal and Agricul?
a program thaf will bring to Rich?
mond tl.' < .,.lir g educators of the
i o in try It hsing arranged.
?a?ac Ratifies Amendment.
TfOBton, N ? ' 'anunrv .'7- The
New .ir - House ! o - n i gh' ratified
th' pn po t ??? endine.n1 to the c eneti
tutton ??? the i m'ed states authoriz?
ing Congress IO levy an income tax
Republican members opposed the hill
Change The Vibration
It Makes For Health
A :n n. at oddi wit*, his ttowacti, tried kuivi?! off
usual diet, and adaoecd i i,n-,k'i-t d
A few ?' ?1
dktpM mi snW*1
There's a Reason"
Read U tter to right
\ OKI M MKR'S TAU
I 'hey Sometimes Tell True Ones.
^ qaarttr of a centers "on the roan1"
rise* om nss knowM-tigr of hotel life.
Mad, the olrl tlrummrr'- experience with
kjod i- ?'?'?rtii kstssMS to.
Ifta 15 pnm strvKC as ? caaaanoal
traveler, v*itti %?< issiitides, I fomrni
lysctf a bow) .i yea> ago very much the
nern t<>r v.r.ir.
"At thai banc F Mi suffering from ner?
ton- -?;? mv appetite was poor and
I < ouWI not -leej.. finally reaching 4 ?t?te
KertVrinj ? " 1 runplcte l.r< ak<ioa>n.
\ ? i:mi Ism faaVsl uti<rl> t.traip
nv, I ma - toned lo look inlo the diet i ml
? .li'at I learned induced me to
rj 1 ? ? e <>t t .ra|a -Nut? and cream.
"\\ I . r it na* not on the lull oi fare I
o. until commenced im media tr
n.i~ io [>t up sie.i'itK, and now rm
aallh 1- lira. Iwncr than it ha?
?' M.irs. .m<l I attribute the im
ti I , (??? ii- .A *..ap. \ut*.
' u provrd in m> own cu?c tht> f-mil
--rf.ii isy Miifiui li ami nrrvoun trou
?Ml '.in ret omni? ni it to all my fcl
? r.nnti rt, i .1 t..:.: ? ?
:?', I .Mum Co., Rattle
rei k. Ms k.
\i:'i ? ?'!;? \nt? is not always on
lull 'i'.:< arl\ rvcrv hotel has it
1 thr ktti Im .;. ..ml the gurd? can ?et it it
II? res ., rrawm' a'.v <^ape-Nut?
s ht-oth ami strength.
I .?4 in pks*. for tSef.,mou? little Ixiok,
? ( ' F'-e! ,., Wdlvll,
1 QsjsJ 1 1 . -lit,. tUttse Greek. Midi.
IS LOW ENOUGH
(Special to The Times Dispatch ?
Eynchburg. Vn . .iHiumry If ?John
W. Craddock. the head ?I ihr Qrtf)
dock-Terry < "o in pa 11\ '?<tt to night
for Washington to si seal M aMffw*J
before tht? Ways anal Moans i'??ir.mit tee
of the House of ltepie>iM'tntivi?s to op
pose a reduction in Ihr tariff on shoe*
or a removal of 'he areeattl dutv
Mr OrndtkM i> ?oes to Washington to
represent the National Hhoa Whole?
salers' Association and lha National
Shoo Manufacturer* Vsso. latlcn lie
stuled to-day tin.! when the lust M
vision of the shoe soheduls was under
consideration that the shOS manufac?
turers voluntarily appealed bet?re the
Ways and Means Committee and advo?
cated a reduction of from H to M per
cent, but now the sums interests would
oppose a further reduction or ismoval
of the duty because they felt that the
duty was already lew enough, and
lower than on any other manufactured
product in which skilled labor is needed
in its manufacture
Rev. W. K Powell, who recently re?
signed the pastorate Si the I'Hik \ lew
Christian Chun h. has gone to Honda,
where he expects to engage in farming. .
though he will occasionally ?ondiu t ,
cvanbelistic meetings in that section.
Mr. Powell reluctantly gave up his
work in the W est End. being compelled
to do so on account of the health ofi
?I. H. Ctates. who wus c aught in the;
act of robbing a man at the Danville
fair last October, was tried to-day inj
the Police Court here and given twoi
months in jail on the charge of picking'
the pocket of E. R Ooodman hero
during the fair In October Gales'
served three months in Danville juil
When arrested he had several rare coins'
in his possession, which Mr Ooodrr.au,
(identified as having been taken from
kin . After doing time in Danville he 1
was turned over to the police here
Betti? Rudd. colored, who stabbed
Eucian Brown, also colored, to death
Saturday afternoon in a fp of Jealousy
was captured Sunday mart ling by the
local police in Amtierst County
The l,ynchhurg W. C. I I'. 1? ar
ranging for a reception to be given bore
in l ebruary to Mrs. Howard M Hogs
the State oresident. who is to be hete
to a two-day temperance confers POS
1* E Craves a well-known resident, j
who tell into an elevator shaft Thuis
day at a local shoe factory, is im- |
proving and has < buin es to recovery
if complications do not set In.
A W. Harned. organist al B. '
Paul s Episcopal Church, will conduct !
a party to New York next week to1
see the Metropolitan Opera Company,
the party leaving here next Sunday
evening In the company will be |
Mis.-is Mary Appleton. Emily Ambler.
Kate Edmunds, Mary Watts. Mary ;
Cheatwood. Rosa Busey. Maude Caskie
and Sue Adams. Mesdames E. C.
Ivcy. Clinton De Witt. Jr . Bessie
McCarthy W. B. Hyan. C. W. Gooch.
Don P. Halsey. S. H. Eranklin and
Stephen Mundy. C R. Webber. W. B.
Hyan and A. W. Harned
The following resident? of Rounoke
are expected to accompany the party:.
Missel H C. .'opklns. Sallie ('nmpbell.
Ka'e Stone, Blanche Beal and <"urine
Looketl and Ueorge Shield.
American and Royal Mail lines, but
: laisted his company was not ohliga-?d
to its competitors and could make
such rates as it wished.
Robert W. Boissevain general 'raffle
manager of the t inted Fruit Company,
and Walker B. Spencer, assistant gen?
eral c ounsel corroborated the statements
of Mr. Preston. Mr Boissevain said
tknl in the Caribbean trade his com?
pany usually followed the rates made by
the Panama Railway and Steamship
? opripariy and that all of t be companies,
niiuding the latter, kept their rates
at about the same level
Mr. Spencer recommended the pas
IS What Does L. B. Mean?
^^S* It means l.ibrao' Bureau. It also means Less Bother.
yp^^C. \ In a way, the name Library Bureau is a misnomer. It does not fully till our busir.c.-s ston.
V . \ l ine, we do make things ux d in libraries, but we don't makt bureaus.
\ * Thin '>u*'ne,* Luilt on the Ma of the Curd a* an office convenience, an office help, an
\i ''(51 t (I icicnt?because simplified?form ol office record. These are some of the thiags we make in
\ '-. v / '? \ curd I.'i in:
S\ \'\. -v Stock Records, < redit Lists, Advertising Records,
f.&yS'. ''^Sm\ Sales Records, Purchase Records, Bank Records,
Ay^ ./.V . Curd Ledgers. Mailing Lists, Insurance Records,
</??V *Y Ono'ation Records. Indexes, Brokers'Records.
'. : ??'* We ask to Ik- allowed to figure on your next order?to show you that we should get your
? . i ?" ? s? if order on the around of better SERVICE.
^?h* * *??*". \M We have seven factories devoted to the manufacture of cards, files am] office equipment.
C- ?. \"\ \ [\ \ : W <>tii business is much the largest of its kind in the world. Why?
\? - Library Bureau
?.?? W Card Filing Systems and Office Equipment.
3 \ DAVID S. WILLIAMS
\ o^^%%m+* Mutual Building. Phone Madison 4281.
\ ' -+1^^ Salesrooms iff leading cities in the I'nited States, Canada, Great Britain and France.
sage of a law requiring steamship MM*
pur.i' s (<> maintain r?gong hi* rates and
to Hie rate schedules with some author?
ity similar to Um Interstate Commerce
SMALL CROWD AT
Charleston. S. C . January .'? - The
mam event at the Palmetto Park track
to-day was a race Tor two-year-olds at
a quarter of a mile Gordon, a colt by
Martinet-Suave, was the winner. In
the fourth race I.oclnel turned the
tables on l augh Hill, who had beaten
him on Saturday The attendance at
the track was small The weather was
cloudy and threatening at the time the
racing began La! et II cleared off.
following are the summaries:
hirst race?Two-year-olds, quarter
mile?Gordon. IIS I But well) even. 10 to it.
out. won. Preserver. Hi 'Wilson) t to 1.
2 to I. 4 to 5. coupled with Carburet,
second: Scarsdale. 116^ tUansei 8 to 1.
3 to I. N to 5. third. Time. 24 1-5. Ida
Cook. Carburet. Sonny Hoy. Kdna Las
ka. Ave. Bulgarian, also ran.
Second race--Three-year-olds and up- '
wards, selling, five and half furlongs ?
Veneta Strome. 1'r.' 'Quinn) 7 *o I. 5 to 2,
I to S. won : Herkley M Martin) J to 1. j
? to 10. 2 to i. second Klrna. ?0 (Kord;
8 to 1, 3 to 2. 4 to 5. third. Time. 1 OS 3-3.
Bodkin. Eaton, Pretty Molly. Camel
Sergeant Kirk also ran
Third race - Three-year-oids and up?
wards, selling, five and half lurlongs ?
Insit un. Ill T'iekett 5 to 2. even. 1 to I.
won ; Mattie 1. ? Snider) 13 to I, C to 1,
I to I. second: clem Baaoky. ion J WB
sonl I to 1. 3 to 2. " to M, third. Time.
1 t? 4-5. Hudas Sister Argonaut. M.ila
Une, Rick Mar. Blanch Frances. Oib
boos. Sallie Ward, Oaneeaway. also .
Fourth Race-- Three-year-olds and
upwards one rnile ? Lociel. 10? (Mart n
'11 to 10. 1 to 4. out), won. Caugh Hill.
HS (Ganze) ceven. 1 to 4. out), second . T.
M. Oreen. 108 (VanDusen) (M to I, 2 to 1. '
2 to 5), third Time. 1 42 3-3. .la*: MM
and Merry Lad also ran
Fifth Race?Three-year-olds and up- j
wards selling, seven furlongs?Towtoo
Field, 113 .Wilson' 3 to 2. even. 1 to 12)
won. Colonel Cook. 108 'Quinn. 9 to 2.
? to 10, 2 to S\ second . Lord Flam. 15,
G. Burns) ,10 to 1. 4 to 1. 8 to 3. third.
Time, l .'4 4 3 W inifred V , Henry
Hudison. Chemulpo. Roseburg. Rus
seau. Dipper also ran
Sixth Race?Three-year-olds and up?
wards, selling, mile and a sixteenth?
WEST POINT PEOPLE HONOR
MEMORY OF DEAD MAYOR
Special to The T.mes-IMs|mtC?.> j
Wes- Point. V?. January S ? To-J
rtUv i?i thn pouring ram. the people of i
Point turned out in errat num-!
her? to show ?hrf -eepe. t to the mem?
ory Of A W Kastwood, their helored
?nd honored Mayor, who died in hie .
bom" hero on r rtdav at 4 o < \%m\ m the
trmtnirn The funeral serenes that
were arranged for Saturday eeetnnc
were postponed un'll to-day that bta
oldest daughter Mr? \ r r'rane
reigh? gel here fr ?m Orr aha Neb She
and her Hin. August, arrived Sunday
The funeral took place in the Metr
odirt '"hurr-h of whs b be Was a mem- '
ber a' .1 o - m-it this afternoon. Rot. j
S mti Wrighi assisted hv He? M
wir. Harrt? -,f tr.e Haptist Church
offb lattng The member* of tbe Town
i'ii.n?il. Hanaford Anderson, Charles
iretimead W I. Wheeler. Nathan
Hess i W. \ta-?h?l! Joseph f. Bland
and Joseph Wilkinson were the active
, pallbearer* The honorary pall bearers ,
were Herbert I laiwia. towa attorney : j
R J Palmer, county treaaure . and tb?
I followtr t i '.nfederata veterans Dr
j W ?' Vunn. < -,|one| p i. ?annholt
?oaeph r rogg Fleming Hutler
I Oal?n?l Jansen O < ennor. Alhort lieh
inavnn and A t. Ware The Jnmor
I Ol da i ruM Atr.fi.?n Mw-lunm. tkt
ighters af th* ?~onfcdera<y at
tt< d Hi I"' .
"he flowrrs wer' mor<- r??-a-.?;I jr<)
greater ,.1. in<t<r.. e than Were rrer
l in Wi - i'oint before A wary
c atik < nnfedaroM flac. that mm
i by the Jafca K t.'nnk? Confederate
ip. MMkH hera in MM of which
? . r t i? <lrap- <i ? t ? ix?
tet. ?n<1 at the grave waa held orer
grave a* 'he r us Wet was being low
I to its last restiaK atari. The .1
I* A. flag was also draped orer thel,
Ir Kn?* wood had quite a war re-!
I for he was Intimately ass'? lated
(i > ' l i-.-h igb Ls>e. Payne.
ildrtn Mrs A. J Crans. of
Srh i. bn of Waebinaton.
lines n of NorfAlk ; W s . of
nt. Mrs <teorgs H Kmlth. of
Mr? rarroll Hher?
Hi'tmnnil, and Miss Lucilla
I. of West Point, wer? all *t
?*\ Mrs East wood's ???'rr,
stowt*. Mrs Robert a. Qmm
i Columbia Henley, were akw
Flora Day. ?7 (Wolf) (6 to 1, 2 to 1 .4 to 5).
(N; Aultan. 105 (.Martin) (8 to 1. j to I.
even), second. Waldemar], 10S (Ituxtonj
H ;?> I 3 to 1, evern. third. Time. 1 49.
I'luint. Accord, Salain and Irish Kid '
n, .,uid Baptist < hurch ?III II.dd
Memorial f?cr\lces for Miss Moon.
Memonal trrvir-m will he held at the
Second Baptist Church at 3 30 o'clo- k '
this afternoon, for Miss Lottie Moon
mi-sionary to China, who died in port
at Kobe, Japan, ori December 24. while
en route to this country for trcatrner.'
Miss Moon was the oldest missionary
of the Foreign Mission Board of the
Southern Baptist Coflvention, and had
served in China continuously for forty
During most of her service in the Kar
Kast. Miss Moon was in charge of a
school for girls in T.-ngechow. In that
capacity she performed a great at.d
ius'ing service for the girls and women
of North China H<-r health failed
last September. On December 2") she
Started tor her home in Virginia under
the care of Mi?? Cvnthia A. Miller, a
fellow-missionary and trained nurse
She died on the steamer ' Manchuria
while the vessel was in pott at Kobe
The body was t remitted in Japan and
her ashes have been brought to this
country to be laid at rest in Virginia 1
Miss Moon woe a native of Alhemarie
County and was educated at what was
the Albemarle Institute in Chariot',
rille, and at Holling College. Dr. R J
Wi?mgham who was intimateiy asso?
ciated with Miss Moon in her long
service, as well as a number of Othi -
who ate acquainted with her work, will '
speak at the memorial egarnteso.
.Miss Johnston and Mr.. Valentine
Will Speak In Petersburg To-IJa).
Miss Mary Johnston who returned
to Richmond from Pittsburgh yester?
day morning. B U. Valentine and Mrs .
I Valentine will go to Petersburg to-day.
They will be the guests of Ma- -
j Oeorge Cameron. Jr at a diaakST and
! will be introduced by him at a p it.;:
I meeting to be held this evening in R.
; E Lee Camp Hall, with Miss JOsttse.
tnn and Mrs. Valentine as speakers on
! Mrs. Valentine will go to Will ggan
; burg Thursday to spea.: n. the * olleg.
? chapel on Thursday evening iron.
! Williamebuig she will probably con?
tinue her trip to Norfolk and Newport
A hearing before the Farmers' Edu?
cational und Co-Operative Association
of Virginia, at the annual convention
hi l.ync hburg. on Febr uary 4. has been
. granted through the request of the
president of the Equal Suffrage League
The Suffrage League of Virginia and
I Richmond will not be officially repre?
sented in the parade at Wanhing*or.
i March Mi?.i lohr.ston and a atari
j of friends will witness the parade and
', the inaugural ceromomes In addition
I a numbcrof individual suffragists from
Richmond and Virginia will be present
i and the Virginia banner aud motto
I will be displayed.
New gls.isnsi Garage To Be Ererted
on West Broad Street.
Building and repuir permits werr
issued yesterday as follows:
E. D. Le Cler. to erect a deta- lied
two-?lory frame dwelling on the s-.u'n
side of Carrisori Street, betw en <'ow
ardin and < MM M S'rccts to COSt 12.t?)
I. Kaufman and Maurice Bio. ?. t.,
erect one detached two -atari y betest
garage on the south side, of Broad
Street, between Harrison and It;, ai d
Streets, to cost tits.'-**).
S. O. Meredith, to erect one bri< k
tenement and one detached two-story
brick dwelling, three houses in all. on
l he north side or Main Streit, between
the Boulevard and Deep Run Street,
to ? oat 17 MO
8 O. Meredith, to erect two t wo-siory
brick tenements, four dwellings, on
the south side of Main Street, between
the Boulevard and Deep Run Streets,
to coat 110.000.
W. L. Carneai. to ere~t a two-story
beat 1: tenement, three dwellings, on the
north side of Main Street, between
Rowland and Sycamore Streets, to cost
standard Oil Company, to re-mod'I
and repair a one-story brick building
on the ?est side of Btoektoa BttMl
between Kirnt and Second Stree's, to
il S Wailerstein. to remodel ar l'
repair three-story brick storu. tot Wsst
Hroad S'reet, to ooat tSOO
John O. Scott, to repair brii k store,
1304 East Main Street, to cost 1230.
Southern Kall?a> Kamins*.
Kstimated earnings ol the Southern
Railway for the third week |fj .i.mu:,'.
show an increase of fcfl 21*. as con -
pared with the corresponding wc-<
Arrested for Assault.
Jim Mitchell, proprietor ot a Maid
Btreat gainst lunch room, was aitoetcrl
yesterday on a warrant c harging hlto
with assaulting << .- ''a.ogr'"
iuio-ral "f Mr-. Mowbra>.
Special to The Times-Dispatch >
llarrisonburg. Va . January 27 ?The
funeral of Mrs. Joseph Mow bray. SOV
t-nty-two year.- old. wa- held this rnJrnin
eritv-two years old. was held this morn?
ing at Mt Clinton, her five sons and a
nephew a' ting as pallbearers She was
Miss Susa Clatterbuck she is sur?
vived by her hu-band. 'o whom ?he
was married Bfty two years ago.
Miss Aihe M Grahasa.
Spei .al to The Times-Dispatch '
Alexandria va January IT.?Mise
Alna M iiraham. twenty-two year*
old daughter of City Councilman
and Mrs. Roheit N OtnJUaJtn died
early this morning at the home of her
parents. MM Prime Street, after a long
nines-. She was 'he ? one.- daughter.
Prof. Charte* K. snui>p.
Special to The Times-Dispatch.!
Harrisonburg. Va January 17 ? Prof.
Charles K Snapp. thirty-five year* old.
a native of Fort Republic, died in
Portsmouth, where he was a teacher
m the high school. 11'- -? '
ia'e Rev S. H Snapp, and n.arrled
Miss A ante Harper of Rockinghati .
.Mrs. L J. Marshall. Wife of Dr L. 4.
Marshall, near Harrisonburg. is a sister.
I't.e f..r.era, was i.e. 5 :Ku alternoon at,
I o'clock at Port Republic
(Special to The Times-Dispatcn I
Henderson. N. C . January 27. -After
an illness of several weeks. Spotswood
Burwait, one of the most prominent
citizens of Vance, died at his residence
"Wood Stock. on Thursday after
n .on. aged six: fl'.e ye.,.., !#??
! a wife three eons and three daugh?
ters W. M Hurwell. Battleboro.
W s uurweii, Vanes County Miss
i. , Marv Parker and Barak blii
abeth one sister. Mr-. J B. Hunter,
Portsmouth, Va Mr. Hurwell. while
a student at. the HUlsboro Military
Institute < onducted by Colonel Tew.
i enlisted with the entire school In
i the corps of Junior Reserves and
i continued in the service StttM the
'surrender at Appomattox. H? also
Was a member of ' i.r> 11-:.. .? ...
Wyott. L' lilted Confederate Veteran*.
Mrs. Sarah Lewis.
Special to The Timcs-Dispatch.?
y redencksburg. Va . January 17. -
Mrs Sarah l.ewis. wife of Charier
A Lewis ilied at her home here to day
front the etfects of a stroke of paralyai?,
as'ed seventy-oi,,- ye.irs. She is snjr
t I ? bet husband, seven, children,
all grown, and a number of giand.
children _ ' '
Mr-. Andrew Bg. CHgsby.
lai to The iii'.'.s I '.-patch
1 lederieksfourg. Va . hsaanrg -*7 -
Mrs Andrew M. Orfgsbv, daughter
of cordon Sullivan, of Stafford County,
died at the Mary Washing'on Hospital
here. of pneumonia aged twent\ -
t| e.: vars She is survived by aar
, husband and parents and "ne s'>r.
she was a member <>f the Methodtt-t,
Miss I in j M. Brown.
1 iSpe'i.ii to The Times-I >ispatch.
Danville. Va . January 27.?At tl
I o'clock this morning Miss Lucy M.
Brown, sister of ? <i Itosslsy, diM at
th? residence "1 h- r bro-t.ei "i. Ma i
Street BBS was a native of Ruckmg
, ham Countr. where she -?as born on
i May 16 MM, but lived moat of her Ufo
, here She trie a n onh'-r of M:.:n S-reet
Methodist Church for ncr, it.an a
quarter of a century. 1 he funeral
jg|RDINARY Country Butter may be pure and dann,
but it is utterly lacking in the delicacy of flavor
that distinguishes "Better Butter.** The cows are spe?
cially cared tor. The cream is pasteurized to insure
the sbsencs of sll germs and the butter is churned and
wrapped in modem sanitary dairies equipped with
every convenience and arranged to admit plenty of sun?
shine and fresh sir. Sold everywhere.
James-Carter Co., Inc. Richmond. Vs.