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ies -'<*? each
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Vests, rants and Union Suits; good
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Colonel and Mrs. Joseph E Willard
snd their daughter. Miss Helle Wil?
lard. entertained at a dinner dam e at
their home on West Franklin Btrsel
last night In honor of Miss Marian
Kiddle, of Philadelphia, and Angus Mc?
Donald ami Lord COCil Hlackwood. of
Ki.gland There sau u luncheon at the
Willard ht?.ie r*Otertte] for <v.,el
and Mrs. Willard a guests Colonel
H lllard. Mrs Willard am! Miss Willard
have recently returned from New York,
where they spent several davyi
Society In Richmond is much inter?
ested in the marriage of Miss Arn Helle
J'atteson. daughter of Mr and Mrs
ItalOOO T. I'atteson. and John Van
I-andingham. Jr. of Chatlotte. X 0
The wedding took place last night at
? o'clock In St I'aul s Kplscopal
Church. In i'etersbtirg. bl the pSSSOOSSOS
of a brilliant assemblage of relatives
and friends, and the Itev K P. Dand
ridge. assisted by the Itev C II. Stnb
llrig. of TOM Street I'resbyterlan
Church, performed the ceremony.
Calms and lighted can.lies were uaeu
in the chancel, and white flowers and
candles decorated the altar
The bride, who was given away by
her father, wore a gown of heavy
white satin, with a tulle veil and a
wreath of orange blossoms, and the
bodice of her gown was finished with
duchess and crown point lace Her
only ornament waa a pendant of pearls
and diamonds, and she carried a bou- 1
?juet of Hride roses and lilies of the
valley Miss Mary Triplett I'a'.teson.
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who Wh* her Bister'* maid of honor,
was gowned In palest pink aatin bro?
cade and carried an armful of KU
larney roses. Frank B. Kmery at?
tended the groom as his best man,
and the ushers were I .em Hoy Jones.
B Mason HUI Herbert Pritchard. Al?
exander f>. Hamilton and Kdgar S
Bowling, of Petersburg, and Dr. Ham?
sel Hu<id. of Norfolk.
A reception was given at the resi?
dence of the bride's parents imme?
diately following the ceremony at the
Church. I'alms, tulips and jonquils
decorated the drawing-room, and a big
silver bowl of Killarnc\ roses was ar?
ranged on the table in the dining-room.
?Quests from a distance attending the
wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
I*. Bryan, of Richmond; Mr and Mrs
John Van Laiidingham. Miss Dean Van
I-indingham. Ralph Van l^tndiiigharn.
of Charlotte. N C Mr and Mrs Merke
ley Carrington. of Danville; Mr. and
Mrs. R. <". Taylor, of Norfolk. Miss
Darsdai Maurice, of New York
II ten.I Hall.
There were an unusuall; large num?
ber of guests at the hlg masquerade
ball given on last night at Washing?
ton and l?e* l'nlversity. Miss Kliza
beth Clonttnor, one of the season's deb?
utantes, and William Hodges Mann.
Jr., of this city; Miss Jearmie Cocke.
of Roanoke. Miss KtLa Taliaterro. of
Baltimore, and a number of others
were among those attending the fiance
In Lexington last evening. There will
be another hop to-night by the Stu?
ll? tits of Washington and Lee. arid tWS
dances later in the week, at which the
cadets at the Virginia Military Insti?
tute will be hosts
Miss Marlon Douglas Sampson,
?laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kdw in De
aTlM Sampson, was married to Thomas
?;reen T?te, ion of Dr. and Mrs i
Thomas M Tale, jesierday morning at ,
11 o'.-lo. k The ceremony took place
at the home of the bilde's brother.
Ldwln D Sampson, in ?iir.ter Bark,
and the Rev. J. V Downman. D. D..
rector of All Saints' Chnrefe here, offi?
ciated Iiecorations were in pir.k car?
nations, ferns and palms, and the rib?
bons were held by little Kva Night
and Mary Rutherfoord Sampson, nie. es
of the bride, and Martha Alsop and
Irene Rone, cousins of the bride. Th' ?
wore white mull frocks with wide
Link aaahes The wedding marches,
from "Lobengrln" ard Mendelssohn,
were played at the entry of the bridal
partv. and Mr. Sampson gave his sis?
The bride wore a blue cloth going
away gown, with a smart hat to '
Wasteh, and carried a shower bouquet
of oecathtd and lilies of the VAltoj J
ijeorge Hiden. of Culpeper. atterrded
in* bridegroom as his best man
III and Mrs T?te have gone South
on Ihelr wedding trip. '.nests from
a distance here for the wedding were
vli ard Mrs B ? Kr.gland. Mrs Lewis
Nelson. Jr. Miss Lurlle Nelson. Mrs
l.ixzie steptoe. D Coloaaaxn, B Roy I
?Pit:.*. Hamilton Smith. Dr. A. S Risey. J
r.ii of Culpeper. II. M. flreeii and Mrs. |
Nannie LSCAAS <ireen. of Warrenton:
Mrs Powell Harrison, of Leesburg.
Mira Anna S Brings, of Winchester:
Mrs John Sadler. ?.f Baltimore; Henry
Stuart, of Russell; Captain T. L
Tut*, of Pulaski. Mr. and Mrs. J H
Watkins. of Washington.
Of Interest Here.
Sav-B the Baltimore ?uri of recent i
"Baltimores social season formally
closed Monday night with the last ger
man of the Bachelors' Cotillion Club
fot this winter The german was held
at tiie Lyric, and. Ilk* the two held
there early in the series, was bril?
liant. After a few preliminary dances
the cotillion was led by Frederick C.
Colston and Robertson '.nsw-old. The
hall was decorated with palms and
small evergreens. Dancing continued
until 1 o'clock
"\n unusually large number of out
of-town guests, with one or two of
?nor* than ordinary interest, added
much to th* pleasure of the evening"
Miss Kathleen Hruce. of this city,
who Is visiting her sister. Mrs Arthur
H tt. Kinsoiving. In Baltimore. was
imong the out-of-town guests at the
<>n Thursday afternoon at 4:30 '
o'clock a business meeting, presided .
over by Mrs. Charles V Meredith, will
be held at tM Last Bread Street, head
^uartera of the K'qua! Suffrage league
Business questions of interest are ?
to be discussed, and the attention of
all members of the league is called
to the meeting.
Ihr Locator Issued.
The Locator, comprising the various
members of th* famili*s in all th* so
? :al registers and ? ?<.:.tain:I " .!' ?
names, has Just been issued.
It is Interesting to note that more
than half of them, nearly 54 per cent,
appear as married couples
Of the eligibl*s. the women out?
number the men three to two.
There are also I*1H "Juniors." com?
prising misses from twelve to seven -
ten >e?rs. and messrs. from fourteen
to twenty, as shown lr. th* following
Mr. and Mrs. 53.942
Mr.. either bachelors or
widowers . tavSM
Mrs. widows through
natural or legal .auses (.415
"Juniors" . UN
The locator indicates not only the
head of the family under which a |
name may he found when grouped out
of alphabetical order, but also the so?
cial register of any of the following
cities where it may be found record?
ed, namely: New York, Washington.
Philadelphia. Wilmington. Chicago.
Boston. Providence. St Louie Pitts?
burgh. Cleveland. Cincinnati and Day- ,
ton. St Paul and Minneapolis. San I
Francisco and Oakland. Baltimore.
Buffalo. New Orleans. Richmond.
Charleston. Savannah. Augusta and I
The Locator is intended as sn aid
to the proper reading of the various
social registers, the constant shifting
of the families from one city to an- j
other making it necessary to have
some such means of tracing them.
Bfar-at-Hossr V? hist ? Iah.
Th? Stav-at-Home Whist <""lub met
on Monday of this week at the honi? ?.f
Mrs. Walter K Martin. SI4 North
Shafer Streev There were four tables
engaged and the highest ac ore was
made by Mrs Rasll p Spalding and
Adniirsl Harris Webater
The german given af the Yirattni*
Hotel in Staunton Monday nigh: b>
th* sr. unton Cotillion club was large?
J l> Crow ie led. with Miss Sarah
Robertson tubers danetn? were Miss
Nell Talbot. of Wa> nesboro. with
Captain Fets*yr. Miss Cbampe Thomp?
son, of \\?- oesboro. with Captain
lahSSSS; Miss Virginia l-ett h with Mas
in. '.ilkeson. Misa Marv Sue Bowman
with Captain Pitcher. Miss Pair Sear
son, with Charles Hoc*. Mra Berkeley
Uler.-.rt with FitshuKh PI. klen. Miaa
At. Clair. of <"harlottesvlll*. with < \,p
tain M.-cue. M.ss Parrts. of Charlottes
ville. with Mr Smith. Misa Ida Die-gee
with Dr Miller. Miss Reeside with
Frank M. Parland. Mayor and Mrs. H
H. Way! Stag*?Trr R W Sprtnkel.
Messrs W M Wills. Thomas Holt, c
W Moon.aw. K F. Shewmake
la and Oat of Town
Miss Sarrh Hamilton *? tr* afuest
of Mrs lx-e Ta. lot In Norfolk for a,
Slav of sev . -a! rim .
t,?? He.?er Poldell ha? lefjrned lo
>.? - home in Peterstvure. aff?r a short
? isil here
\>?- Alee MC.arvark. of I/m.loufi
cotinlv. I* the ??est of Mia* Marie
Brown. IS* South Tnird >o,,i
Major Jsme* H Lsaoley. of stay - ,
The great popularity and general use of the
Royal Baking Powder attest its superiority
When you buy and use only the
ROYAL BAKING POWDER, you
have the positive assurance that your
food raised by it is not polluted by
alum, lime, or any of the adulter?
ants common to other powders.
It is unwise to take chances by the use of any other brand
?iK.nt. ' is Vinning the Misses Lider at
their ktM in btaunton
Mrs. John Alsop has returned to her
home la Richmond, after visiting
t ri-i ds iri Rag noke
.Mrs J. A. ?Jilmoie, who lias been
visiting her sister. Mrs James F.
Minor, here, has returned to Char
M'ss .Nellie McCluer. of Bon Air,
hi - boon the recent guest of friends in
Mrs, K B Savage has returned to
the city, after a visit to her daugh?
ter Mrs John Antrim, in Koanoke.
M r Nora I. Ibn-ock. who is doing
such splendid work in the mountains
of Ruehanan County, is tfle guest of
Mrs L. It Oashlell here for several
Vr. and Mrs. ?leorge I<ea and their
0011 gOIOI. of Danville, are in this city
to- a short stay
Mrm Carrol] smuh and Miss Lillian
- , are quests of Mrs. Cecil Billups
Mrs 'iarland Skinker. of Warrenton.
Is visiting her sister. Mrs. W. I'. Wood,
ut l*St West (oraoo Street
IXMCTKD FOR RORBKR\.
Johnson ?ii> 1 imnr Man ? harjed With
Blowing Railua? safe.
?Ppeilal to Th? Tm-.es-l'lspatrh. >
Bristol. * ??? February ?.- Have Campbell.
J'.l.i.son City young in*;;. ' * ho was *r
rn'?1 T.-r* last fa)!. < harged with Mowing
the Southern Rail WOT safe at Jonesboro.
when DC* was stolen, was tn-day QSdtgtSd
for the robbery by the 'Washington County
vrillJA t.OODsi IDENTIFIED.
Meadow Mew Merchant NN i 11 Ask That
Roys Re Held for Indictment.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Bristol. Va, February 3?Clothing
and Jewelry found in suit-cases held
here after Mike Lucas, aged seventeen
vears. and John Lush, aged sixteen
>ears. had been sentenced to thirty
da v s for tresf passing, were to-day
identified as' articles stolen from a
store at Meadow View. The merchant
who came here to inspect the articles
will ask that the boys be held for
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LORD BALCARRES NOW
EARL OF CRAWFORD
New Premier Earl of Scotland
Universally Popular and a
bv LA m?hc4ii?.k id fo\tp.\ov.
EVKRT member of the grand old
.Scottish clan of Lindsay on tklA
aide of the Atlanth?an.t there
are thousands of them la the New
World?has cause for satisfaction that
their new chieftain, hitherto knjwn
as Lord Balcat res, who now, through
the death of his learned father, has
become twenty-seventh Karl of Craw?
ford and thirty-fifth Lord Lindsay,
should be so universally popular. g-od
looklng. useful and altogether whole?
some a citizen. Hitherto known ainmix
his relatives and friends by the nick?
name of "BaJ." the new premier Karl
of Scotland has represented the Chor
laf division af Lancashire in the House
of Commons for the past ?.ghteen
months, was a lord of the treasury in
the last Ralfour administration and
has win favor in Parliament by the
cleverness and lucidity of his speeches
and his keen sense of kindly humor
Roth at Eton and at Magdalen College,
oxford, he won fame as an athlete,
which did not prevent him from tak?
ing honors at the university.
After leaving Oxf .r1. be became
Identified with the Magdalen College
settlement house in the neighborhood
London. Magdalen College at Oxford
has for near half a century maintained
this instltstion in the slums of the
British metropolis and every Magdalen
man. both while at Oxford and after
leaving the university. Is expected to
show personal Interest in the work.
In fact, the young Prince of Wale?,
now an undergraduate af Magdalen,
has already paid several v'isils to the
Settlement House in the neighborhood
of Bethnal Green. When the present
Ixird Crawford was working there he
was closely associated with the pres?
ent Bishop of London, then a hard?
working Kast End clergyman, and the
community of Interests led to the two
forming a very strong friendship,
which has lasted ever since.
Lord Crawford, who. like several oth?
er members of the House of Lords, is an
extremeiy clever boxer, is a teetotaler
from taste rather than from principle,
is an adept chess player, is an authori?
ty upon Italian art and is married to a
daughter of Sir Henry Pelly. by whom
he has a family of six children. One
of his young-r brothers, the Hon. Ron?
ald Lindsay, who was second secretary
of the British embassy at Washington
under Sir Mortimer Durand and has
lately been appointed Cnder-Secretary
if State, of Krame, to the Egyptian
government at Cairo, is married to
Miss Martha Cameron, daughter of J.
Donald Cameron, former Secretary or
War and United States Senator for
I'nlike his father and most of the
members of his family and of his clan,
the new L >rd Crawford is dark-haired.
The late ea/1 was particularly carrotty.
As a general rule the Lindsays are
sandy-haired. Perhaps it Is by reason
of this hue of the hair or in conse?
quence of their alleged fllghtiness of
conduct that they are popularly known
throughout Scotland as "the light
Lindsays." just in the same way as the
Douglases are known aj? "The Black
Douglases." owing to their Intensely
dark hair, and that the McLeods bear
proudly the nickname of "the McLvods
of the bandv legs." owing to the de?
flected extremities which are supposed
t. ?... peculiar t ? this clan \ few
other classifications af clan character?
istics in Scotland are "the dirty Dal
rympl~s." "the wlndv Hurrays. ' "the
slow Mackintoshes ' "the blackmouthed
Campbells" and "the idiot Met-ue-ns.
while the Maecullums are renowned
; north of Caatle Stirling as "the de
acendants of the sixty fools."
Some twelve years ago. on the oc?
casion of the celebration of the
thousandth anniversary of the consti?
tution of the Clan Lindsay, at Kinross,
In that Loch Leven country where tne
Lindsays of olden days gave so many
proofs of their chlvalric loyalty to the
ill-fated Mary ejucen of Scots, a Lind?
say S;>ciety was organized and an ap?
peal was sent out. signed by the late
l,ord Crawford, by the Earl of Lindsay,
by the late Qsaoral Lord Wantage. V
c. and by other Lindsay chieftains, ad?
dressed to the Lindsays in the New
World. Inviting them to join the a >
clety. It met with an enthusiastic re?
sponse, and the annual meetings of the
society in Scotland are invariably at
t- r.deti by representatives from the
mcmlo rs of the clan on this side of the
The Lindsays are one of the grandest
houses In the history of Seotland. and
there are few names to be found so
fre |uent!y and that figure so prom?
inently or) every page of the most
glorious annals of King tieorge s
northern kingdom. It is claimed that
they are of S andlnavian rather than
of OaeeaS origin, and that they are dr
s ? rid-d from tue same stock as tne
liukes of Normandy, who after the
battle of Hastings became Kings of
England They were for a long tim
th? feudal I ?rds of the now geertl ?i
Hamiltons, and frequently intermarried
with the r?val houses of ?. .
Hnirf. while among the foretci sov
tbat Include l-atrds of Lind?
say* among their ancestor* i* the ro>al
j\ run of H? ? ;- r? r. and t ? f<- ?
line ?f Hapabura.
? : n waa the grandeur of the dan in
tne fifteenth rentur) that when David.
Larl of Crawford. Lord High Admiral
I^.rd .lust I'iar> >f Scotland. *t?
crested Duke of Mont rose bj
.lame*, hr refrained from assuming the
on'lderlng It to be bemath his
di*nNy. *n example which was follow
*?t bv his successors It ta owing to
this that vears later The rr< wn felt
itaelf at liberty to bestow the duke?
dom of Montrose upon the house of
i a number of th' Lindsays, and a
Lord Crawford among them, took pert
,. teaerlcan War of Independence
i me of them lies burled in New Jersey,
wbetv the tombstone mark* his birth
a-.I lineage The I?>r,| Crawford of
the War of Independence, who received
0? i..* than thirteen ballet* through
hi* oat at tr-f battle of Ticoridernara
|waea Intiedu 'd aft't h a return t
,'England, by Oeorge III. to Benedict
'Arnold, apostrophized him in the pr.-s
MNI of the King as a traitor, declin?
ing to *hak- ha.ids with him, ace-pt.-d
hlo challenge to tight a duel and allow?
ed Arnold to Ore. but refrained from
Wit tinrflag hla own pistol, intimating
conteniptu Wal* that he preferred to
It ave Arnold to the hangman
Of course, there is no great Scot'n
BOOM the annals of which are not
stained *ith blood, and that of I.lnd
sav is no exception to the rule. 1'or
Jahn, sixth Earl of Crawford, nelped
his sister-in-law to murder her nus
band. who was his only brother, while
UM ? Moot son of the eighth ei.rj, who
is known In Scottish history as "the
wi-'ked Master of I^ndsay.'' killed his
father and was in consequence thereof
and In accordance with the aii'i--nt law
of Scotland, debarred from succession
to the familv '-states and dignities.
These passed to a distant mils n, th.>
ninth earl a chivalrous gentleman In
every sense of th>" word. For with the
consent of the crown he rex >ov? y. d
the earldom of Crawford and the es?
tates to the ?'wicked Master s'' only son,
whom he brought up and educated,
and who succeeded him as tenth earl,
his own son recelv*asj fr.iin the sov?
ereign, as a reward for this piece Of
rare generosity, a peerage, with the
title of Lord Edsell
The blot Orte Villa I"almieri, wnrh
for so manv years belonged to the
Karls of Crawford and which was lent
by them on several occasions to the
lute Queen Victoria, was sold sorriV
vears ago to J. W. Ellsworth, r f Non
It Is ta be hoped that the remains
of the late Iajrd Crawford, which hav
now been laid to their rest in the
Briidshaigh Chapel of Wlgnn parish
church, will be more fortunate than
those of his father. The body of the
twenty-fifth earl was by his directions
entimbed In tlM family mausoleum of
one of his ancestral Aberdeenshire
estates, known as DtMIOCht, now owned
by Lord Cowdiay. A few weeks after?
wards the mausoleum was found to
have been broken open and 'he body
stolen; a crime suggested, no doubt,
by the theft here in America of the
remains Of the N,w- York m. reliant. A.
T. Stewart. Every effort to find Ike
body was unsuccessful. Nearly a year
afterwards it was recovered on In?
formation given by a man named
Charles Suter. who was an accessory
to the crime, and the corpse was found
hidden away In a remote corner of
Punecht Park. Suter received five
years penal servitude, but the actual
perpetrators of the theft were never
brought to justice nor was the object
of the outrage ,-.ver disclosed.
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blemished and weather-beaten faces
made spotless, white and satiny?in
less than two weeks, bv a eery simple
and harmless process that acts almost
like a miiacle This is all there is to
It: Ordinary mereolised wax. procura?
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do), is applied nightly like cold cre.-ifi*
and washed off mornings. This grad?
ually peels off the lifeless particles of
surface skin, permitting the underl\ing
skin to show itself The newer, fres'.
cr skin, when whollv in evidence, forms
a complexion which for beauty and
youthfulticss is incomparable with eao
produced by other means. A con U n?
ion so natural, so free from artificiality
no one guesses the secret of its ac?
quirement. You'll not regret tr>!ng
this I pally marvelous treatment
Equally wonderful Is th? famous
saxollte formula for removing wrln- '
kles. ? me ounce powdered sa x ol it e Is
dissolved In a half pin! witch hazel.
Bathing the face in this immediately
erases the finer lines. ?Iradu.-.lly even
the deeper furrows and crow's feet :
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Shades to Older*
The Low Profit
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Special dlsolsys of its fall atylea In
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Good Progress Being Made by
>ubcommitiee in Investiga?
tion of Matter.
NO PUBLIC HEARING LIKELY
Independent Tobacco Men of
Virginia DimXMM Trade
'Special to The Times-Dispatch.)
Washington. t>. CH February 4 ?
From what was learned here to-day.
action I? soon to be taken by the Seii
Jate on the claim of the Virginia Mili?
tary Institute against the government
for the burning; Of Its buildings and
equipment In June. IM4, i,v Federal
I forces. The bill recently introduced
i by Senator Dupont. of jielawaie. to
reimburse the institution mentioned In
[the sum of tf<Mfe1 for the loss sus?
tained. Is now pending before a sub?
committee of thi Senate Ceeaaaittee on
Claims, and this committee ?||| make
its report probably during the next
When Inquiry was made cori^'rnii'it
the status of the claim to-day by The
Tiines-I'lspatch correspondent, it was
stated that good progress was being
made, inasmuch as the subcommittee
now has the matter under advisement,
and will probably make its report very
It was also learned that there proh
I ably will be no public hearings. The
reason for this Is manifest. Senator Pu
pont. author of the bill, having been
pres.-nt at the burning of the build?
ings, there could be no better evidence
introduced than for him to tell what
happened. This he has done to the
members of the committee not familiar
with the matter.
In addition to this. Senator Martin
knows all the facts so well that It is
'le lle\cd there is no reason to bring
j on a delegation of persons Interested
in A'. M. I., as that could shed no more
, light on th. claim that Is already in
possession of the committee. It is quite
llk-lv that Senator Martin will be able
, to have the bill favorably reported and
passed within the near future.
Tobacco Men In \\ nshlngton.
A big delegation ?>f independent to
I bejOOe men of .Virginia was In Wash
; ington to-day, discussing the trAde and
\ exchanging ideas with one another,
among those present being W. T. Reed
' and Hugh Campbell, of Richmond. In
addition to a general discussion of the
tobacco situation, several phases of
pending legislation were also dis?
cussed. They will be here for several
A. Buchanan, of Tazewell, was to-day
nominated by President Taft for an?
other term as postmaster at that place,
i Although there is little probability of
j his nomination being confirmed now
, because of the attitude of the D*mo
. cratic members of the Senate, it Is
understood that he will press the mat?
ter and endeavor to have hading Re?
publicans In the Senate assist him.
P. H. Med.
PYXES FIFTY DOLLARS AND COSTS.
Fredrrlcksburtr Man t barged W ith Selling
.Special to The Times-Dispatch. 1
Krederlcksburg. V?.. February 4.--John F.
Stevens, of this city, was before Justice
I Pannen! to-day. chttrge.1 ?Ith selling liquor.
Several parties testified that they purchased
i liquor front Stevens at a wagon-yard here.
Stevens denied the charge, but did not slat*
?here fir got the liquor. Justice Dannehi
Imposed a line of $S0 and tost*, amounting
to $6*>.2n. and require.! him to give bond of
; tluO for twelve months, la default of pay?
ment Stevens will go to Jail for six months.
1 and will be sentenced to work on the puh
' lie road force. He will be given until Sat?
urday to arrange for the payment of the
fine and to give bond, being confined In
Jail In th? meantime. If the money is not
paid kg Saturday he will be cent to the
! A committee of the Business Men's Asso?
ciation, composed of C. O'Conor Ooolrlck. C.
W. Jones. R. L Hlacoe and H. F. Crismond.
left to-day for Baltimore to confer with the
-fflclals of the Maryland. Delaware and
. irginla Railway Company on the question
of providing a river boat for the Happahan
nock River to ply between FTederliksburg
and some point on the lower river for the
convenience of the people of that section.
' as an Inducement for them to do ihelr
trading In Frederlckaburg.
Alwyn Hundley, of this city. Is critically
ill at the Maryland t'nlverslty Hospital In
Haltlmore. where he was taken a few days
ago for treatm-r.t and underwent an opera?
tion for appen.ilcltls. Mri Hundley is with
HOI'TFD Ol T OF BRD BY f IRK
ilom, of Mr. and Mr*. Kdgar Crawford
f.Special to The Times-Dispatch 7
Harrisonburg. Va . February 4.?Mr.
and Mrs. Ern?sf B '"rawford and fami?
ly were routed out of bed late last
night, when lire considerably damaged
their beautiful home on Campbell
Str.et The Are. which started in the
basement near the furnace, filled the
house with smoke before th* family
was aroused. Most of the furnltur ?
was remov? d from the house, and the
j fire company saved the building from
destruction. Th* loss will be about
Mr. Crawford Is a well-known local at?
torney. Mrs. Crawford was Miss
Rounfree. of Richmond.
Farmers* I aloa Meets.
i Special to The Times-Dtspatch >
Amherst. Va. February 4?The Ant
herst Farmers' Educational ar.d Co?
operative I'nion met here Saturday.
There was a fairlv g??od-*ii*d attend?
ance Among other thing*, step* were
1 takm looking to the establishment of
a aaaaaaaa warehouse here. A com?
mittee was appointed to get up v
rlijri'i and make other arrangements
about the warehouse.
Winnipeg. Man. Februai> 4 ?c a.
Roods, of Memphis. Tenn. president of
a night and day bank in Memphis.
Kansas City. Little Rock and Oklaho?
ma City, awaiting sentence In Mem?
phis for fraud, and who fled to Canada
while out on bail, was released b> ol?
der of Justice Macdonald late to-da>.
He wa? brought before th* justice .,n
habeas carpus proceeding a after his
arrest last Monday on nat u ii ns
from Secretary of State Kn?.x at Wash -
The warrant had hern issued by an
extradition Judge on the er. ut ?! that
Bond* had committed a fraud as a
bankrr In Memphis, but Judge Macden
id aft.r ifstenn.K to arveral bears'
argument bv oppoetn? lawyer*, order?
ed Bond a release on ihr ground that
the information and warrant showed
no crime against the taw* of Canada.
Hones Sa FatradNe a?a*
Memphis. Ts an February l ?Cnrtad
* la tee Dtetrict Atter ??/ Caasey Tedd
?tatet: t*? de? that the relseee of C
A. Bonds, banker, oeavleeaf bare of
setae th? mails re defraud, oa ashes,
r-arpas proe?? -a? at Winnipeg sa
day. win net 1 aari^aeTe th* pleas of
the raJtee sta-?e government te haves
Old Gold and Silver
Will be bought by ua or taken la exe
(.hange for new merchandise
S< HW aaaaW Hll.lt lino* . ,
Klehraoed*e Leading Jeveelere,
second and Broed ?t?.
Bonds returned tu Memphis for sea*
"Wii.le todays attlon of the Cast
nadian court will g;iv> Bonds his Uber?
I ty temporarily." said Mr. Todd, '*Hsb>
I procedure is purely preliminary, and
I I am confident that ultimately ? r. ???.%?
to extradite him will 1?' successful."
i ?. ;
Itl I'l 1 BVCi BUM JOHN SO*.
HeeueieH l>re?ldeat of Norfolk 1 aleat
Norfolk. Va, February 4.?At tha
annual meeting here to-day of tha
Norfolk Terminal Railway Company,
owning the Norfolk Union Depot prop?
erties. L. E. Johnson, president of tha
Norfolk and Western Hallway, retiredl
as president and was succeeded by
Raymond Dupuy, general manager a?f
th. Virginian Railway. Both Mr.
John-i n and Joseph I Doran, of Fhll
. adefphia, the latter general counael
for the Norfolk and Western, retiredl
from the board of directors of tha
terminal company, and were succeeded
by A C. Needles, of Koanoke, and R.
I II srah.iin. of Norfolk, both of tha
j Norfolk and Western.
Hlhle Institute < loees.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch. I
Harrtsonburg. Va., February 4.?Tha
annual Bible Institute, which has Just
cl.1 at Brldgewater College, after
a session of a month, had a wonderful
attendance, church and Sunday school
workers coming- from Pennsylvania,
alary land. Weal Virginia and the Val?
ley of Virginia.
"Good Luck's' purity is guaranteed
under the Pure Food and Drugs Act.
For sale by grocers everywhere
Ask for it.
The Southern Mff. Co.
Richmond, Va. i
Asa your aeaier or ;duii? us ? ??um
eon 165??how to get 1 's
$8.00 42-pc. Dinner Set
AKF.KK t> BRKAD ?NU B ? KING CO,
_e Wei LeleS Street.
We Will More
ABOFT FEBRUARY 1.
LargT quartera and new location.
805 L Main Street
SMITH & WEBSTER,
Jewelers._BO F.e.t Main street.
HOr'HEBIER'* Half 1 early ?HOF.
?AI.E Is now in progress It's the big
; shoe event that happens but twice In
Positive knowledge is as MMK
ml as pure drugs in your pre
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