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Maontuo Vt orkiiigmcii Want lo Hear Mmol
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Staunton. V?.. February I.? ?iovernor
M nn will Ii? . .i>e>i i.y ihr Worklngmen'a
Fraternal Association 10 aiblraaa tham In
.st.iunton en the sribje? t < f Htaie aale of
laaatnt lebe* by eaatraac. The k?u lation
hope* that the taeveraar ?in ?? in>t the In?
vitation, ami In this hope tbe aasignemiit of
subject are! *p''ak*r for llie open meeting
? next Saturday night is being le.fi blank.
At tba executive session iaat night preced?
ing tbe open meeting, the further step* of
the oiganl/utlon In It* preaanl attention to
the "live ?ul.Je.-t - <,f .or.vl.t labor In Vir?
ginia ?en plgaaad ana m tee uauia* at ti.?
? oiiilng week. It vva? said, aome <orr?>.pon
?lenca between the tjnvernor and the a?ao
i t.itton will be given out for pul.ll. atlon.
m hi: in h i \i M wi-oiti m;v\s.
? onirarl signed for Ti.uk Mnari
Which Ulli Caan m7so.immi.
N'a?-^ort New?. V? . February 1.?(Jenersl
M mager Hornel 1. r- riKu-on. of the New?
port Newa aaifvauildlag aad loy Peril Cant
pany. has *oi.firmed th?- report published
about Iwe ?eeg* B(0 ii .u ti e It,, al yard
will build an Inlaatl Ige ell steamer to coat
In excess of threr-^uariere of a million dol
Jara. Tha ablp. whl< Ii U to be the large*!
oil-carrying veaael ever bullt In thie coun?
try, will be eoDetracted for the Standard Oil
v'ompany. of New lerarj
The *t*amer will be officially dolgnat*''
at the phint a* bull No. 170 she will be
ul.oul 4*1 fret In length., will have a carry?
ing c.ip i. It) af jMP) tone ell. and will < ?et
approximately ITat.aat. rhe tanker ?in !>?
propailea by a Quadruple expansion engine
of the retiproioilai type of about J.aao
horaepower ami will have a speed of not
lean than eleven ami a half knots an hour
Inder tbe term* af the roPtratrtlBQ v**eel
must I? 'or lie. \ *ry to her owner*
si the eyplrjiion of fourteen months from
the date of the signing of the contra. '
* hi hi ii < it MUM or nr.HT
Men Who tllen.i .In,lice Horn.. Hlaaer
ll.ii-. Nredrd \lllounl.
l<er>ui:?n. \ a I'd.y It The ??n?m?(l
Judge of tbe Twenty-aever.th Judicial CaT
< ull. Hon. William K. Burn* had a number
of hi- keen friends at hl? home Friday
-..idng al an oyster ulmier The invited
? ?insisted ot t?enly-nie Methodist fburvh
Soon after partaking of tha substantial*
' irice QAlaeeff brought up the eut.Je.t of (he
? tiurch ladatstadaeaa and atatea that 1*71
was yet unpaid. Flans for liquidating tbe
Indebtedness wer* dli-'-ua*?d. and a* every?
body was afraid of the note plan, the t<rt
aaa put up In rash and checka. and now
IsteaaMa pride* beirelf on hiving a hand
aoni? 14.VW < hur. h. and It all paid for.
IV Hi. HI MtK MtKTtNF.
If.,-ob nts of fovlrigton loin With iMher
' ovlr.gtor.. Va.. February S?Involved In
Dig Ogbt ef tne fa!-, ert h?ir* to recover a
v**t fortune. . nr.'lsllng of kaaea and money
valued at millions of dollar*, the heritage
?eft them by the ?liatlngul'hed progenitor
al the family in America. l.ord Baltimore
(CaJvertl, ?hl>h Bai resolved itself Into an
issue, attra.ting nation-wide interest, are
twe aetl kaaea re-ideat* of Covlngton. Mr*.
.1. at, P<-rry and Mr* M B. II irto?r. and
Mrs. t; M. Roberl son. ot ?'llfton Forge. They
are dire, t d**> en.lant* of the famous rvag
llsh nobleman, aad are a'lively engaged In
tha concerted ??art of ait the heirs in
Araanca la regala property. In and around
Balttaaere. ?(aimed aa a part of hi* estate,
whaok through the term* of hi* will has
r?.-oaln*i| Inlart far a century
The e?tate Involved passed Into the hands
at King I a BO* i of Kngland. through a
will drawn In hi* favor la the seventeenth .
.eniury. It i*? tie.tueathed to l?rd Bal?
timore <*alvert. at that time a great favor- j
lie of the reigning sovereign.
The last win ami testament of I^.rd Bal
I llmor*. signed and recorded a ?h?rt tint*
I previous to hi* death, provided thst both
I ths estate and money should he distrl
I buteci arming the members <>( the Calvert
I family after a period of 14? years had
A'coT'iinf to Infurinstlon received by ihe
ns>la|l?S heir*, that tlma expire.! during
the year 1*12. and the Calverta are now
i making preparation* tu appoint u special
! committee from the ranks of the family cir?
cle to go t? Haltlmor* for the purp.?r of
obtaining possession of their Iriheritsm e.
j after which. If the mission be successful. It
will be divblrd in cording to the prm Isiuas
of the instrument.
AUDITIONS TO |s?i."\||.\|v
N early "alf Million tdded to Taial.le \ al?
oe, in ktoam.kr.
Itoarioke. Va. February 3. After nearly
' three months of hard work the special grand
' Jurv called by the Judge at the Corporation
Court to Investigate tas returns submitted
! a report showing as a result of their labor*.
: addition* to a*ae*?m*nt* amounting to t<
j ?77. The bulk of th* tarrsaae are on ajio
iii..biles arid annual pun has* of stock by
Th* Jury. re. ogL ''ng that a large an.ount
..I property es. apes taxation recommends
that another grand Jury be rSflsd to pass
- on returns for taxation mad* this year. Th*
' report emphasise* the Inequality of taxation
' under existing law*, and ?spreese* the opin?
ion of ihe tux system now In for. e Is ur;
sulled to present-day needs and conditions,
? IRMKIts oaoAWMl
Mill Hold Kegular Meetings to MagsJM
Ijrl. ullural Topics.
Frederl. kabuig Va . February ? Farmers
In this section have resenlly organized tor
? he purpose of hoi.ling regular meetings and
?11?. usslng agricultural topi, s Two meet?
ing* have already been held, and th* next
one will las held In the courthouse build?
ing. Fredern kxl.urg Saturday. February li.
A program has lieen arranged, and there
will be prominent speakers. A H. Judy la
I... -1 1- n t of the organization, and K. Ii.
i ii init i*r m mn
Kider Is thrown When Animal Bei omea
* Tightened at Auto.
Ilurrisonburg. Va . February J -Thro* n
fr..u. his horn* and trample.: ?r kl. ke.t
when rbe animal became frlghtene.l at a
pairing automobile. William S. Wright
twenty-two years eld. lies painfully and
seriously injured at th* bom* of bis par?
ents. L>r and Mr*. J F. Wright near Kee
?tetewa. Two of bis ribs are fra? tured, his
ba< k lacerated and sprained, his ne k and
h? ol hurt and his face <ejt. After lying un.
o.ii-. linn. In the road for a time he *?uk
g*r*d to bis fest and walked half-dezed to?
wards the nearest house. It Is fearer] that
he Is Internally Injured, alls condition is
sIKIM. ON BOTH ?.II>E?.
Wild f.eeae I !? North and Fruit Trees Are
Irvlngton. Va.. February S. ?From ths
Kastern Shore comes the report thst John
paycant. ?f Ai.omar. plante.] two barrels
of Irish potato seed over two weeks ago.
The last of February is considered early for
planting The W?4 geeae whl. h have win?
tere?: or; the Kaetern Shore have gone North.
Srtawberry vine* have been In bloom for a
week, and a plum tree in Onanco? k Is la
on this eld* of th* bay pea. h and other
trees have also been note.i in bloom, and
violets and other flower* have bloomed In
the open all the winter. Captain A. J Ham?
ilton, of Irvlngton. captured a lizzar.l Sun?
day, which gave a good chase and appeared
as nimble a* If August.
rA\ KKIORM ORGANIZATION.
termed b? Citizen? of I .a. ev s>prlag. at Re.
Laxeev Spring*. Va.. February I?An tin
Magazine Features for February 9th
A Big Story by
A Big Writer
CHRALES C. D. ROBERTS
KING OF BEASTS
A Thrilling Tale of Adventure
Related With Literary Skill
By ARTHUR HENRY
Is a Clever Yarn of a Very Clever
The Little Lady
Second in a Series of Royal
By FRITZ KROTEL
A Pitiless Tribunal
A Sea Tale
When They Were Twenty-One
Great Frauds and Mysteries
And Other Features
NEXT S UND A Y
There Is No Better Fiction
Published Anywhere Than in
the Illustrated Sunday Magazine
The Best There Is in Sunday Reading1
The Illustrated Sunday
Youngest Wife of Congressman
MRS. CI.YDK H. UlURUi
wife of the rill?.I HIN ?? the Fourteenth IIIIboU Dl.trlel: will h.re
the ttUtlnctloD of bei?? the yoaaire.t wife of > -ember of the Sixty-third
(oifiru. She U twenty >ear? of age._______
; usually Interesting tsx meeting was held >
: In the Town Hall Tuesday night. The room
was well filled, some coming; from quite a
distance. A permanent organization was
formed with C J. Brock as chairman. P. K.
, I'.hlnehart. assistant chairman Sidney A |
Summers, secretary, and Prof. .lohn W. Tay?
lor, treasurer. The society was christened
'Tax Reform Organization." Talk* wer*
given by f J. Brock, .lohn W. Taylor. S.
' S. Shaver. L B ilorri* J. J. Cole. P. K.
> P.hinehart and others. On motion of lra
I-oi:g a committee w-a* appointed to visit the
, nearby towns, to hold meetings and to ef- '
, f*< t organization* similar to this one. A
liberal loileitlon was tak*n !<i defray ex?
penses. The committee on resolution* pre?
pared and submitted a splendid paper
??filch was unanimously adopted. The neu
meeting will be held on February 11.
Wants Railroad to Cede Land
So as to W iden Four?
WOULD MAKE VIADUCT FREE
Resolution Requests Owners Xot
to Charge Pedestrians?Ve?
hicles Not Included.
Co-op' iation between the city and
the Southern Railway Company in the
widening of Fourteenth Street, south
<-f t'ary Street, ts proposed in a reso
. lution offered in the Administrative
Hoard by Mr. Koikes yesterday and
adopted. It instructs the chairman of
the board to write officially to the
president of the Southern Railway
Company, asking how many feet from
the eastern side of its" present yards it
is willing to cede to the city for the I
widening of Fourteenth Street, the
concession to be made in recognition
of the many trackage and other rights !
granted the Southern Railway in the :
streets of the city, and because the
widening of South Fourteenth Street ;
will greatly facilitate the handling of |
both freight and passenger traffic at
the depots of that road, both its freight .
and passenger stations being located
on South Fourteenth Street.
Contracts were awarded by the j
Printing Contracts Board yesterday ]
for the year 1913 for city printing,
binding and stationery as follows:
I'rlnting of all kinds. Clyde W. Saun- ;
ders; binding and ruling. Weymouth.
Meister and Smethie: stationery, the |
Southern Stamp and Stationery Com?
pany: advertising, the Kichmond Jour?
nal and the Dal' ~?rman Advertiser.
Free use by p?- i"strians of the Mar?
yhall Street Viaduct either as a con?
cession by the owning company, the
Kichmond and Henrlco Railway Com?
pany, or on payment of a lump sum
by the city, is suggested in a resolu?
tion offered by Mr. Hirschberg and
Free Dag of Vlednrt.
The resolution requests the president
of the Richmond and Henrlco Railway
Company to open the viaduct free of
charge to pedestrians, or. if such use
would occasion any great loss to the '
company, the company is invited to
make the city a blanket proposition ,
covering the annual charge for which ,
the company will open the bridge free
to pedestrians. Xo reference is made
in the resolution to vehicle traft!? .
which paya the bulk of the toll col- |
lected. It was suggested that the '
resolution might lie the entering
nedge to a proposition to sell the via?
duct to the city. Mr. Beck stated thst
he would oppose any such move, as
he favored the city building on <;rare
or Broad Street its own viaduct of
reinforced corn rete. along mu> h more
substantial and permanent lines than
the street railway viaduct.
Pay Molls Approved.
Pay rolls covering the second half
of the month of January were ordered
paid, as follons Street Department. ,
$?..714.a.".: Water I>epartment. It.04?.6?: 1
Has Department. li.OSH.s^. elect rb
plant. ?1.171 JJ4); City Home.
Street ?'leaning. $t.S!?l v?
B> resolution, the Superintendent of
the Water Worn* was c'ia.ged with
the custody, upkeep and maintenance
of all public watering troughs and
drinking fountains The Superinten?
dent of the <Sas Works reported the
coat of service pipes in Main Street
Bon land to Mulberry, as being
ti*?. The work waa ordered done, as
the l>oard eipecta to pave with gran?
ite snails t! it part of Main Street this
>ear A former order of the board for
removal of obstructing steps and area
in front of 1101 F.sat Main Street eras
?.c .u-d. the owper to give an ii -
demnlf>ins 'rond saving the ein l.anr
less from any accident or injury that
(.??house l ehe.
On motion of t'aptaln McCarthy thai
Superintendent of the ?Ja* Works was
requested to appear before the boned j
and explain the conditions under which
Oashoese coke la eeld. eepeciatlv with
reference to the right* of certain men
who make a huslneea of dellverlna
such coke to consumers On mot lor
ef Mr Hlrs. hherg the repletion was
supplemented to request the Dup*rtri
tendent* of the f|t> Home and of the
ties Works to cwre before the heard
In ?onne?ti?n ?Ith the sd\leabiltfy ef
fv.mi*hinr the feel coke wMe>h la a hi
product of the <.*? Works, to the poei
of th* city. In Hen of the wood goW
parchaeed for that purpoee
? ? engineer Charles E Boiling re?
ported reelgnatiens from his staff of
Assistant Engineero E. J Keesjaa and .
? J. aavrtle, and ef F Eeete-r Witt,'
Astyptodyne Chemical Co..
Gentlemen.- Replying to
(Pronounced A STIPT O DIIV
The W.nderiul Heiler; Stops Pain Instantly; Meals Like Magic.
For all children*' airmen**, for old folk-' ailment.-.. ASTYPTODYNE Healing
Oil is tbe Best Remedy.
Old 1,'lcers, Freeh Cut?, Burns, Bruises, Sprains, Rheumatism, Skin
Diseases and all Throat Troubles.
Antiseptic re-u-ting putrefaction
STYPTic -astringent, arresting flow of blood.
No harmful drug*?purely vegetable. A product of the Native Long Leaf Pine, made by
a spei iai patented process of distillation
I be greatest remedy known for allaving pain.
Wilmington, N*. C.
Wilmington, N. C:
your inquiry regarding the of ASTYPTODYNE by us, for
the u*e of our men, I advise that it is used exclusively in the
entire department for cuts, bruises, sores and burns.
It relieve* pain more promptly than anv other application
we ran get and checks inflammation, hence no more old sores
in the department from minor accidents.
( HAS 5CHNIBBEN,
Chief Wilmington Kirr Department.
Keep a bottle of ASTYPTODYNE Healing Oil with
you traveling and in the home. It's invaluable in case of
Avoid the manv dangerous and worthless substitutes.
Ot the genuine ASTYPTODYNE (A-supt-o-deeni
Healing Oil. Satisfaction guaranteed or money re?
At all Dealers? 25c, 50c and $1.09 bottles.
Send for interesting booklet; tells all about
ASTYPTODYNE Healing Oil, its many
uses, testimonials, etc.
919 Front St., - - Wilmington, N. C.
rodnian. ami W. J. Mi-Lane, sewer in?
spector. He recommended tlie ap?
pointment of I-ucien I_ Han to suc?
ceed Mr Keegan: XV. V. Woodson. to
succeed Mr. Saville; E. H. (Jibson. to
succeed Mr. Witt: A. P. Dennis, to suc?
ceed Mr. Woodson as assistant en?
gineer on Mayo Hridge: C. K. Senf as
inspector of masonry on the Church
Hill tunnel, in place of Mr. I>ennis; H.
S. Ragland as inspector of sewers, to
succeed Mr. ?iibson. and Fred J.
Stack, to succeed Mr. M-'Lane. The
recommendations were adopted as a
IN PRIMARY PLAN
Subcommittee Will Give Final
Consideration to Revision
Just preceding the meeting; of the
Democratic State Committee next
week, the subcommittee appointed to
make the party primary plan conform
with the B) rd-Featherston law of the
last session will meet for the purpose
of giving final consideration to the .
I'nder the direction of State Chair- <
man J. Taylor Ellyson. Secretary J.
If, Brenaman has sent copies of the
draft of the revised plan to editors
of the State, with request for such
comment as may be deemed proper. '
So far. the newspapers and the public
have displayed utter indifference to |
the whole matter, leaving the Impres?
sion that there is little concern over '
what may be done by the committee
In reference to the matter, or else that
the change* made are satisfactory.
Shouid. however, any suggestion he !
made as to an* possible modifications,
it will be considered by the subcom?
mittee before the plan is presented to
the full State committee.
At this meeting of the committee, a I
date will be fixed for the primary elec- j
tion of this year for the nomination I
of candidates for ?.Jovernor and all .
other ? -lective State offices. It must
be held between August I and Septem- .
ber 3. under the law. The matter of
entrance fees :s no longer within ?he
province of the committee, since the
law provides tha* the fee shall be 5 I
per cent of the first year's salary, to
be paid into the public treasury, wnlle
the expenses of the primary are de?
frayed by the cities and counties. Just
M in the case of regular elections. I
When in Norfolk Stop at the
TIIK MAOSOI.IV recently emlretv
remodeled ?od refornlsh"d. offers .male
rooms or rn suite wilh bath, if desired, at
moderate rates. A-~commodatinas of a
flr?? -class hotel at leas (ban hotel prtees
I-nratlon very central Steam heal, hot
nater. and not: Important nf all. ahsolate
rleanllnc?. in "TIIK MAi.Md.u ' rut
Der Fre--mason aad Bank Street*. Norfolk.V?
Hopkins Fornitire Co.
7 Weft Broad St
Cash or Credit
107 E. BROAD STREET
MILLINERY Women's? and
Misses Outer Apparel.
S?? Our 1?1? Pattern? of GO-CARTS
Rothert & Co.
The Keelcy Core fiJ'-S
33 fears. ??snores all desire for drink
6 dmtfa. ?12 M. Broad ft . PbOa., Pa.
News of South Richmond.
FIRE DESTROYS STATION
l.rnrral I lltltr Building at t.renlte
Ruined by Flames Monday Markt.
Fire of unknown origin Sunday
night completely destroyed a large
frame structure at Granite. The
Ibuilding waa used by the Southern
Railway as a passenger and freight
depot, and also housed the general
store and post-office. The upper por
, tlon of the structure was used as a
dwelling by several families. All es
1 caped without Injury.
The building; was burned to the
ground. The fire was discovered after
the occupants of the upper floor had
retired for the night. Heroic efforts
were made by numbers of people to
extinguish the blase, but as there was
no supply of water close at hand, noth?
ing could he done further than to save
some of the contents of the store The
damage will probably reach several
Red Men Install Officers.
I Indianola Tr'be. No 5?. Improved Or?
der of Red Men. last night, at a regu?
lar meeting held at Toney's Hall, in
; stalled the following officers: Henry
A. Holt, prophet; John R. Robertson,
' sachem: lb. W. Lipscomb. senior saga
! mor<-; W. L. Childress. Junior saga
. more; Norwood G. Haddock, first san
nop: Walter L. Reams, second sannop:
A. It Waithour. first warrior: Frank
W. Owen, second warrior; ?\ B. Har
low, third warrior: Charles S. McCann.
fourth warrior: Berkley Adams, first
brave: R I.. Meyerhoffer. second brave.
Ingram W. Taylor, third brave: A. R. ?
I.owry. fourth brave; C. S. Wells. < hief
of records: Walter A. Deitrlck. collec?
tor of wampum; Thomas B. Morton.
A. S. Holt and H. M McOrudcr. trus
keeper of wampum: W. J. Morrissett.
tees: Charles Burkert. I* W. Wells and
J. M Perdue, stewards committee.
The degree team of the tribe will
Journey to Petersburg February J*> for
the purpose of Initiating a large num?
ber of candidates
Has Fat Docket.
For the first time In many weeks'
Justice H. A. Maurice entertained a 1
full house in Police Court, Fart II.
Y- sterday's nuoto of offenders re?
sembled old times, and the city trea?
sury waa considerably enriched hy the
Nine dusky bon? manipulators
caught Saturday night by Captain A..
S. Wright In a raid on a house near
Second and Hull Street?, each paid
the customary fine of i:. and costs. .
The men were; Willie Morton. William,
Jefferson, .r A. Sh.ppti. ?Jrri Chambers.
Arthur Bailer, John Reed. George
lnavi?. Ma Cans and Willie Henry.
James stairs was charged 12 ?0 BSsI
...-Ts ??>: dr.inj? .in'! doe n Wil?
liam 'rump, colored, who faced the |
bar on the same charge was assessed;
$t and costs.
naasntre unit CnNiprea.iaed.
t'pon beinc notified >c?.terd?y that i
a compromise had been effected in the :
f ? ? ; ' < .1 Robertson a im'
tza.nst 0m Virginia Railway and
Power Company, which was ?< lied ile.l
for trial this morning in Hustings
court. Part 11 judge Ernest If. Well?
ordered the case removed from the
docket Hy the compromise the pla p- ;
t.fT w:ll recive the sum of fl.tVOS.
The action waa brought to recover
damages for the death of Millar.I
Robertson, who fell from s Hull Street
car in swansboro. ?r,d died fr>-r a
fractured skoll. J. C Page ?n4 pi !
Meade White represented the BmJ ?
?.gale I oder ?rre?<
For the second time kj | ? t c >
tame* Stairs, of H??ri?b?-. :i the
hand* of the Sou:hside pol e He was
arrested last night on s he;- of
being drunk and dlsori. 1 Ra ap?
peared In Police Court, Pa-t ri yegter
dsv morning en a ?Ii. I? '"?* and
waa w*w-*l f * so and saats Ml other,
arrests were made during the day.
Members of the Mas Itegter PHstr
School Mss.ru will make ? Mi of I
athoola staring the present we<
Teere Is ronsldersble ????. t^-iuah^ut
the district rega-1 eg tak] consolida?
tion of aeversl of th' st-sller schools
and th* erection of e?ntrsl holl.-lne
at convenient point* .'?"hoele thto 1
iOSIs It will be necsesary to have
hnwn toon* noeted and the m?rnb*-*
the board wi?h to 'amiliar-re the-,
solves with the situation before the
patrons of the schools make any de?
mand on them for funds.
To Holt! Lenten Neri Ire*.
At the Meade Memorial Episcopal
Church, Twelfth am! Decatur Streets,
the Lenten season will be ushered in
to-morrow morning: with the regular
Ash Wednesday services. At the morn?
ing service, beginning at 11 o'clock,
the penitential office will he followed
by the ctlebration of Holy <*ommunion.
Rev. F. Ernest Warren, rector of the
church, will preach at the evening ser
| vice at a o'clock.
Services trill be held in the church
Friday night. Rev. David H. Lewis
will deliver the sermon. On Sunday
morning the rector will begin a series
of five sermons on "Prayer."
To Have Kvaagrllatic Lecture.
Rev. J. Saunders Jones, an evangel?
ist from Kneeling, O, will lecture next
.Monday night at Weatherford Memo-"
rial Church. The subject of his ad?
dress will be "The Greatest Thing Ever
A "Swapping" party will be given
Thursday night at the Central Metho?
dist church parsonage. The proceeds
will go into the treasury of the Ladles'
Aid Society, under whose auspices the
entertainment will be given.
Deaths and Kuuerala.
Mrs W. C. Lester, twenty-six years
old. died yesterday morning at her
home. .Hi03 Midlothian Turnpike, after
an illness of more than a year. She
was the daughter of f'ounty Officer
ileorgo Jarrell. of Chesterfield County,
ami is survived by her husband and
one daughter. The funeral arrange,
nientshave not yet been completed.
Virginia Helle Pierce, the Infant
daugtiter of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Pierce,
died Sunday night at ? o'clock at tha
home of her parents at Stop 5. Pe?
tersburg Turnpike. The funeral will
he held this afternoon at 2 o'clock
from the home, with Rc\. F. Ernest
Warren officiating. The burial will bo
In Maury i'emetery.
Henry Schmidt, of 60S Stockton
Street, died Sunday at the Virginia
Hospital. The funeral will be held to?
morrow afternoon at .1 o'clock from St.
John's German Church. Eighth and
Marshall Streets. The burial will he
COMMEND SCHOOL BOARD
Episcopal Ministers <.o on Record as Eavnr.
lag Bible la Public N hool..
Resolutions commending the recent action
of the fltv School Board In restoring tha
Hthle to the public schools were pnjat 1 yee
terday at the regular meeting af tha Rlch
mo:.<j ?"'?rlcu? of the Prot net aal Kola, opal
Cittn h The meeting went on re r I as be?
ing unanimously In favor of i!.- a>'t|.*n of
the board. The resolution |. ;?? follows:
Resolved That the Hi. hr.ior! < ier; n.pf
the Protestant ?nsaaspal CS gfcti ?:?>?<?? with
approval the a< ;lon of the fltv M< hoot
Hoard In restoring the Bible to the public
?Resolved. That a ? rv ? ' "h"? (-solution
b? forwarded to the president ..: i h* City
sc hool Board."
Charles Lincoln Smith
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