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One Boy Reported Expelled Expelledand Expeled Expeledand Expellcdand
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Jal jUctmoi RhmolJ 4chmot4 1 V L Dec D 21 ItwaH Iwas reported reportedtbi roprtfd roprtfdtbi roportedthIs
tbi thIs tbi evening twnle that us a a a romtlt rlt of the tbt hz hzIcff h7 hzt14
Icff a r KKhmond Ihm College Col EO early < rly Thursday Thursdayawning Tharllla TharlllalnJ Thuraday0crfllflL
14 awning lnJ W V R R It Owen has bs h been ben expelled expelledgad expled expleda oxpelledand
Drake beg boon suspended suspendedjn
gad J Jams mos De bcn susnded susndedJI
JI jn a the rt th ittwnt atwn of President l > rldent Boatwrlght Boatwrlghtt Botwright
t prir rr T of the t faculty faclty denied denie that tht such suchrh luchnt suchrh
rh nt ri p1fif l s nd Nd been bn taken He le Mid si the thotfrnidtnt thepeotdtflt ho hoIdnt
peotdtflt tfrnidtnt Idnt had made mdQ a partial prtol inveatlgn inveatlgntioB Invethn Invethnbut 1nvestIcaWa
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Sure the faculty facultyYounj faculy faculyYoung facultyyoung
o Young Owen O < is 1 a son ln of Rev Ro Dr A E EOwm Eon EQwrn
Owm of < > f uort Uoramouth uortamouth nouth who 1 to a 8 a trustee tnsto of ofU ort oftb
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LmtwrS t t mUrs mb of the advanced claM cla Pre Prtl Prtlfnt Prodent I Int
dent > fnt nt Boatwrif Hlwrlbt Bu4tWXiglIt lit has lis gone to tho country countryd
tt t d rprnd pnl the holiday 1lhhl but one on of tho thoprcfrwra thopfIr theprfroruI
prcfrwra mild Mi ha h thought some smo of the theiAn theedfr theadr
iAn edfr pfIr boys 0 wanted to have hca a lively time timebrf timebful timebttae
homo h for Christmas and andihty andthry andthY
brf bful bttae re train Jtn Ottag mo Christma
thY h hl 1Usd U It out of the now nCw students studentst studont sttudontstaiCd
t taiCd i lf i Ut ltt Moat 110t of the t1e student student have havef hlvc hlvcro
but It is SCYtId ld a rigid invest investlRiiton investgalIOh
f nn n horn home bt I j f InvCt InvCtIllh
Riiton Illh ro will wi be b mad mode when tho college c01oJG re reI roel
el I en enl enS and an there may bo other expulsions expulaloniit cxphllonl cxphllonla
it the faculty faculy had Issued Isued imperative imperativecrd Impertve Impertver imperativerdro
a crd r rdro < r r8 HCftlnHt ln t hazing hlng and fnd cutting cuttng the theroj lh lhr therope
r rope roj of tho college c01e e bell bellOne bol bolOne bellOne
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The hazing seems to havo taken the thewiul theUual thejoud
wiul Uual form of college colege pranks prnks One Oo of tho thottudfnts thototnJ thegtudtfltf
thl this afternoon said saidI
ttudfnts totnJ when seen sen attcroonsald attcroonsaldI
I jm m one of tho rats rts I was aroused arousedThursday arousodThursdy
Thursday uJday night about abut 3 oclock by having havinga
a lo 101 of if masked mlkc students enter my room roomwho roomyho roomwho
who commanded omrMno me to recite a a piece on onLiberiv onLlbra onLitrtv
Liberiv Llbra I got ot off or two or three thre lines linesTh lnes lnesThn linesThn
Th Thn n tluy thty made me go down stairs whore whoreth wherethY whorethey
th thY y gave gae me a coldwater cldwator bath bathAroth bth bthAroth bathAroth
Aroth Aroth r student from Norfolk County Countysaw Countya CountyOatt
a saw u thkt he was taken out of his bed bo by byft bya bYa
a lot of students stuents and ond made 6 to stand on his hishead hishn hishead
head hn and count co nt a a hundred backward He Hewaff HeWa
waff Wa 1 a al also one of the socalled Boca1e rats rt rtrU A An AresolutelOOking
n solutelooking rU < uteoklng youth who was seen go gojntf goInK goIng
InK across the snowcovered snOwcoer d campus cmpus this thisfr thisftprnon thisftrnon
fr ftprnon < > rn on said that h he slept sleft with wih a pistol pistolunlf pistolunjfr pistolurIFr
unlf unjfr T his head hed but that they pulled pule him himout himout himout
out of his bed l while whie he was asleep and andmade andmldt andmade
made mldt him give gvc them a speech spefh He was wastreated wastrated
treated tare very very roughly according according to his hisstatement hisltatement hisstatement
statement ltatement One Oe One of tho students student Is said to tohavo tohav tohave
have hav cone about abut the dormitory dormior waking wakingthe wakingthe wakingthe
the boys bys and ad firing frlnl empty cartridges ortrdges In Intheir Intheir Intheir
their faces facesDeath faes facesIentlo
Death of Prominent Promlntnt Educator 1iliicntorMr JMlenror JMlenrorIr EducatorMr
Mr Ir Edgar 1dgr Malcolm Garnott Garot formerly formerlysuperintendent tormerly511trlntendent formerly5u1erintendont
superintendent 511trlntendent of public publc schools shools of Rich Richmond Rch Rchnlond Richnand ¬
nand and ad for fourteen fouren years principal of ofMoore ofIoor ofMuore
Moore Ioor School Shool died this thi morning moring at the theHomo theHore theIliMno
Homo Hore for Incurables Incuable of which ho had hadbeen haJbtn loadbesn
been btn an Inmate for some months Mr MrGarnett MrGarnett r rGanett
Garnett Ganett was a typical Virginia gentleman gentlemanof genteman gentemanof
of It the th old school was universally universaly popular popularand popularand popularand
and had reached rohed tho advanced age of ofeighty ofdghty oftghty
eighty years He was WI born bor In Essex EssexCounty Elscx ElscxCuunt EssexCuunty
County Cuunt Va Va and was wa probably the last of ofthe ofthe oftht
the famous family famiy of Garnetts Garett in Essex EssexAfter EssexAfter
After Aer growing to manhood he became a aplantar t apiantor
plantar plantfr In Florida Florida and ant later In life lfe was wasfor wasfor
for many may years year a a clerk in tho ofllces ofces of ofthe otthE ofthe
the thE Court of Claims In Washington At Atthe Atrhe Atthe
the breaking out of the war wa Mr r Garnett Garnettcame Garett Garettame Garnettcame
came ame to Richmond and was stationed stotone here hereduring hereduring hereduring
during the conflict confct After Afer the war he de devoied deoled devoted
voted oled a number numer of years e to the collection collectionof coleton coletonof
of pensions pensionsIn pensions
In 1SS2 18 ho was made supqrintendent of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the public publl schools shool8 of Richmond Rchmoru He quail quailfled qual quaIllied
fled fed March 3 1882 8 and retired retre from frm this of ofce offe ofLce
fe Lce ce In July lSS 1S 1SS Mr r Garnett Garet then was wasmade wasmrde wasno4de
made mrde principal of tho Moore Mo tre School Shool which whichposition whichflUon whichIosiUon
flUon position he held until uU the close ot the see session seeMen es esIn ¬
Men In last Juno Juno The Tle deceased deeased leaves a awidow awidow awidow
widow and one daughter who reside in inDaltimore InBalmore inBaltimore
Baltimore Balmore the latter later having married marre a aprominent arromlnfnt arrominent
prominent gentleman gestemn of that city cityUmore cty ctytmore cityiimore
Umore tmore the latter later having married marred a a prom prominent promInfnt promitoent ¬
inent gentleman gnteman of that city cityThe ciy ciyThe cityThe
The department of public instruction Instrcton has haslearned hasIfaro haslearncel
learned Ifaro with wlh deep regret of the resignation resignationof resignaton resignatonof
of Dr Earrlngor Earlnge as chairman of the fac faculty facul laoulty ¬
ulty ul of the university as tho institution institutionreached instuton instutonrtRchll 1nstitutinreachdl
reached the highwater mark of its
rtRchll Is suc success sucundt sucCeso ¬
cess under undt r his splendid management managementWhile managementWhie managementWhile
While Whie a native of North N rt Carolina Crolna Dr DrBarrlngor Drlarringer DrBarringer
Barrlngor larringer was WIS educated eucate at Kenmoro High HighSchool Highhool HighSchool
School hool in Amherat Amhert the University of Vir Virginia Virgnia Virginia ¬
ginia gnia nnd subsequently 5ubeuenty at German Geran urn universities un unYnlles urneroities ¬
versities Ynlles and ant is one of the to most distin distinguished dlstn dlstnhlfhld distinpitched ¬
pitched hlfhld educators In the State Dr Bar BarlinKfr Darrn BarSinger
Singer rn lr will wi speak sJak before the Southern Souther Edu EduCttional ¬
cational tonal Association AScJaton next net week on the ne ¬
gro gr question questionCUXS qUI quettnIJNS Un UnUXS
CUXS UXS TO KEEP OUT S31AILPOX S31AILPOXfiunrdsuien S S3IATJLPOXGuardsmen AYLPOX AYLPOXGunrdbu
Gunrdbu Guardsmen to Prevent PreveetEtutranco Entrance Hltrnnee of Sixty SixtyNficrocN SixtyrtroeN Sixtyirgroeo
NficrocN rtroeN Into ClnrUiiburff ClnrUiiburffHP nnrluburcflla CiarlesburgEtettil
HP flla Etettil lil to Tb T Tho Washington WuhnJon Post PostClarksburg Post PostClarksburg
Clarksburg Crksburx W Va Va Dec Dee 2L 21A tA A report reportreached reprt reprtreachtt reportdeached
reached reachtt this tht city ciy this ths evening evelns that sixty
n Ifglg flegs roes who have been ben exposed expose to small smallpox smal smallpox ¬
pox had bIt let Wallace alac on tho Short Shor Line
Railroad Raird for Clarksburg Clarksburg A conference
was held between twn Dr Fleming Howell and
I D hr M I J 1 Bartlett Bartet the Feming city ciy and 10wel county CUny ad
health heath officers oltcer They Tho decided to resist reist
the th
entry enry or the negroes negoes to the city cl
Accordingly AcdfngJ the local company of the
J atjonal uonal Guard Gwrd was wa called caled out out ou and so sta
JinH tlnr tlneJ j that they could culd command roads
rads
into Ino the thf city dt Ity All Al colored men will be held
up UI until unti thy th can give svo a good coo account 1 of ofaSS
aSS aCte alihicted alihictediO tFJIJ thmsehs or ° r 1 lrOVO > rovo themselves thomsles l to < > be not notTWO
TWO KILLED 111D AT u A FIRE FIREVotinBUomnn FinEVuunc FIIIEYoung
Young VotinBUomnn Woman ollnn Jumped JtetIfroni from Window lldo nod
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rf tfh T H hd d lure today toda of the burning burnln of Mr
J J I I Carne Can Carneels lp I1 j residence in Caroline Caolno
J I urtv UT T at an early erl hour yesterday yotordo morn
Mis IIS ftuinte Iannl Carter anti nd Mr C Car r
p nr Iir second daughter dlughtr aged fourteen fourteenwimlow
kit list tir Ir 1ct lives The former Afe Jumped fouren from
I wimlow Winow and the t house fell tel in on the ther
r wiotle she ho was wa soarcllln searching f for
r riJ tpr tprT sr srT whie v forchlnl ° r Miss MissT MI 8
T > fthermombers > titer members of the family barely bnr bnro
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Ir Ir Jjh to a I wellknown welknown builnftss man of ofity
tl U < ity I returned rfturn this evening from a aIuot
l k hunt IlJt Iuot on which whlb ho came me not ner near bln being
eifhrr nlrt reezen to death
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tr < I soul ant got lost 10t In t from them tht In prty a marsh marshthc marshWal
a Wal falni failing and the tw Ide Ii4le came In n
Iou t ilr r McDonough realizing rtaUzlng the th
in crowilng a 8 atream about abut walt watetAt waltj
j he bmf mire mired And could not et
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a > jj but I lj vain lln At Jam lalt they fired fred guns gunsr
t tlII stiti he wu wa finIly heard
I nIK lug tlnU faintly nt When hi his tlnlly friends hfar rech rechand roach u an
t friens
tm and drew
him
LrdIflg drtw out by UIO use of a aI
ii Lng Iplng sapling he Wf was almost frozen He
I r rJ tjW > out OU or otdaner otdanernrfoik f danger dangerXnrfblU daf8er daf8erorfoll amon
XnrfblU orfoll nrfoik UurUei Uurlet Gutted Gsuvdby IUCd br I Fire Fireto I1lrrto Fireto
to TIM T Warthuu WII pt I pa parflk
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which hlch
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kit rtl Crwrght Cortwrigitt In inthe tho lltmor Baltimore Mar
C 1 ottI tod the market CUlng causing I a Jo lose
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tdl I rrJand ntri4nd trUnd Md D Dto a 2JA A sneak sneakn sneakrMj Bnok
r r tIterJ 1 fr rMj th the r ri4enew w of f Mayor M8 or Wl Wil
e t m n > 7bt Jniiittpaon II at Lonaeonlng leonh and Iltt stole stolein 8toleC WI
ltl It ii b hi I boit placed 1M n berate
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EXTRA SESSION WILL ILL BE IH BUSY BUSYMember nus nusleher BUSYimb
Member leher imb Par f It ItWilille Will Wi lie Impossible NpollIlo to toRestrict toUutrlct toteotiict
Restrict flu f It Work UorkBpteUI WorkSpsial
BpteUI 8 al to t Th Te flo Wa Waphizujon ahlon hlntton Post PostRichmond Pt PostItichmosid
Richmond Va Dec 18Senator 18Sena
Rchmod r Barks Barksdale Darkdale l3arksdale
dale and and other members membe of the he legisla legislature legislature ¬
Jcgla Jcglature
ture in this tis city this week are of the he opin opinion oplnIon opinIon ¬
ion that it I will wH bo practically prctclylmpollble prctclylmpollbleto impossible impossibleto
to prevent the general gtneml assembly Rsembly when it itmoots I itmeets
moots mots In extra extr session 5 lon to prepare for the theconstitutional thec theconstitutional
c constitutional n Ututonl convention onenton from trm taking taklr4 up upgeneral upsenra1 upgeneral
general senra1 legislation legilation Mr Ir BarkuJale is in infavor Infavor infavor
favor of adjourning adJorng as soon on as the con constitutional conIttuUonal conatitutietial ¬
stitutional IttuUonal convention1 cnenUon work is disposed disposedof dllped dllpedof
of but bt Is opposed Ofe to the legislature legilature tying tyingits tyingJta tyingha
its hands hads in the beginning bcglnnh1 DY > y adopting adoptingany adoptng adoptngan adopUngany
any an pledge pledgeH
pego
H 1 has been ben discovered in connection connectionwith connecUondth connectionwith
with the te fight tht for judgeship of the Su Supreme Supreme Suprome ¬
preme Court C urt to succeed the late lat Judge JudgeJohn JudgeJfhn JudgeJohn
John Jfhn W Riely ReJy that whatever may maythe be bethe bethe
the result of the contest cntest Judge Phlegar Phlegarwho Phlecarwh Phlegarwho
who wh was W8 appointed appinted to fill fl It the vacancy vaqnc by byGov b bOov byGov
Gov Tyler Tlcr until untl his successor fueC6sor should bs bschosen t tchOcn bechosen
chosen chOcn by b the legislature will wU have bac at atleast atlest atleast
least lest another year 01 on the bench and an will willicrvc wi willserve
serve lerc until untl January 1 1902 1902Upon 1m 1902Upon
Upon examination examinaton of the law on the thesubject tbebjot thesubject
subject subject bjot it has been found to provide that thatwhere thathere thathere
where here a vacancy acncy on the supreme bench benchcaused bencbcu benchcaused
caused cu by ddath d th or resignation resignton Is filled filledby fle filledby
by appointment of the governor goveror the ap appointee appointeo ¬
pointee plntee should huld serve sore until unti his iucce UCCr UCCrhal ueceoeorshall or orshall
shall hal have been elected electe and shall shal have havequalified havequalfe havequalified
qualified qualfe but the said successor shall nut nutqualify notqumy nutqualify
qualify qumy urttil uru the 1st 1s day of January Januar fol following followln 101lowing ¬
lowing lowln such election electionThis elecUcmTis electionThis
This Tis provision makes it I certain cerain that thatJudge thatJuJ8 thatJudge
JuJ8 Judge PhloRor Phlo r will wU serve tere a year ear longer longerwhereas longerwhoreal longerwhereas
whoreal whereas had the legislature been called cled in inNovember Inovembr InNovember
November ovembr Judge Ju e Rlelys lel s successor sucessor would wouldhave wouldhac wouldhave
have qualified qualfed on the first frst day of next nextmonth ntxtmonth nextmonth
month monthiEGAL monthLEGAL monthLEGAL
LEGAL CONTEST OVER UILILI UILILIPtory IIirI IIirIStorr IUU IUUtorT >
Storr torT of o Old Indn Ind Lady Victory Victor Won with Tlb n n1Nlol n1Itol aIIsloi
1Nlol to He II Itetold ItetoldSpecial IteroldSpl ItetoidSpecial
Spl Special to The Te Wargn Washington Port PortWinchester pot PostWinchester
Winchester Va Dec De 18 l8A A case cpe Involv Involving InvolvIng invoiving ¬
ing the custody of a a child chid and anl in which an anattempt anattpt atoattempt
attempt attpt at kidnapping was thwarted thwarte by b a aplucky apluck aplucky
plucky old lady will 11 come cme up before Judge JudgeT
T W tV Harrison IarrlSn of o thlq thl city clt in the Cir Circuit Circuit Citcult ¬
cuit Court of Warren County shortly shortlyAbout short shortlyAbout
About Abut two years ea ago Thomas Thoma S Wheel Wheelright Wheelrght Wheelright
right rght a prominent manufacturer of High Highland Highland Highland ¬
land Park near Chicago Chicgo and his wife wifeseparated wie wiesepratlo wifeseparated
took their little littlegirl littlegirl
separated sepratlo The husband ltle ltlegirl
girl now nw five fve years of age and coming comingEast comingEat comingEast
East Eat left leC her in the charge chage of his hl sister sisterMrs slter slterlr sisterMrs
Mrs lr Catherine Catherne Jacobs near NJnevah NJnevahWarren NnevahWarren NhnevahWarren
Warren County Va VaIn YaIn a aIn
In her allldavlt atdavll Mrs Ir Jacobs says sys that thatMrs thatlrs thatMrs
Mrs lrs Wheelright called cled at her home ac accompanied a accompaniod ¬
companied mpnlo by a stranger and demanded demandedher demaded demadedher demandedher
her child chid She refused refuse to give the child childup chid chidup childup
up when the stranger forcing his way by byher byher bytier
her sought to obtain forcible possession possessionof pssession pssessionot
of the little lte girl girl Mrs Irs Jacobs although althoughquite althoughquite althoughquite
quite aged and infirm Infr followed folowe him Into Intoan Intoan intoan
an Inner room produced a revolver and anddrove anddroyo anddrove
drove him from the premises Failing Faing to toobtain toobtain toobtain
obtain her child chid Mrs lrs Wheelright returned returnedto
to Front Royal R03I Va where she sought le legal leal legal ¬
gal al advice and Instituted Instute a suit to obtain obtainthe obtan obtanthe obtainthe
the custody of her daughter All Al the prin principals principls principals ¬
cipals cipls In the case ce are ar members member of the most mostprominent mostprmInent mostprominent
prominent prmInent families tamUe In inWarren Warren County CountyTAPE Count CountIJPE CountyP4t1E
TAPE AIONI2 SI IS HELD HELDThe IELD IELDThe HELDTue
The Limo Accused eeled of of PetciBburs Peterburl MurderVtsives Harder HarderWaive lurtlernhe
Waive nhe Preliminary lrelmilur Preiituuinu r Hearing HearingSpecial lenrlnc lenrlncSvla lienritugSpecial
Special Svla to The Ti Washington WuhllKton post postPetersburg POt POtPetersburg PoetPetersburg
Petersburg Va ta u Dec 19 19Yhen When the case caseof caseoC caseof
of the Commonwealth Commonwealh against F J A APape APap APape
Pape Pap charged with wih the shooting and kill killInk ki killmt
Ink InI of R R II I Harris was wa called caled for exam examination examInaton examination ¬
ination Inaton in the mayors maors court this morning morningthe morningthe morningthe
the accused through his counsel Hon HonWilliam HonIUam lionWilliam
William IUam B Mcllwalne Melwalne waived wflved an examin examination examinaton examination ¬
ation aton and the case was certified certfed to the theHustings theHUBtn theilustings
Hustings HUBtn Court and will wi come before bfore the thegrand thegrnd thegrand
grand grnd Jury when it I meets on the 3d of ofnext ofnext ofnext
Jail next month Pape Pap was recommitted recmmited to toJail toJai tojail
JailR
R F Banks who ho was charged with wih be being b being ¬
ing an accessory acessor to the shooting shootng was dis discharged dischare discharged ¬
charged chare as there was no evidence to toshow toshow toshow
show that he had any hand in the killing killingof kl1n kl1nor killingof
of Harris He was as however summoned summonedto
to appear appar as a f witness winess for the defense defensebefore defensebcor defensebefore
before bcor the grand gnd Jury jur J H I Pavey Pave of ofSuffolk ofSutolk ofSuffolk
Suffolk Sutolk who had been held held as a witness witnesswas wines witnesswas
was also discharged dlschargl but his appearance appearancebefore appearancebefore appearancebefore
before the grand jury was ordered orderedHarris orered oreredHarrs orderedHarris
Harris Harrs funeral Cunerl took place this morning
from his late residence and was largely largelyattended largelyatended largelyattended
attended attendedBURGLARS atended atendednURGLAU attendedBURGLARS
BURGLARS CALL AGAIN AGAINFonr AGAIS AGAISItonr AGAINPour
Pour Store ore in Key KeyerViaited erer er Visited Illed by Robbers Robberswllb Robberswltb Robberswith
with Unprofitable Ulpro tnlc Result ResultSpecial ReI1 ltesultaSpecial
Special Sp elal to The Washington Wasllngon Port PortKeyser Po PostKeyser l
Keyser W V Va Dec De 18 lSBurglar 18Burglars Burglars again againvisited agin aginvisied againvisited
visited visied Keyser last night robbing a a black blacksmith blucl6mlh blacksouth ¬
smith 6mlh and wagon wagon shop and four of the thelargest theJargest thelargest
largest stores on Main street street Safe blow blowings blowIngs blowlags ¬
lags Ings and burglaries have been so frequent frequentIn
In this section secton lately that merchants leave leavelittle leavelto leavelittle
little lto or no money about their stores A AP AP AP
P Ritzells Rlzels wagon shop was as visited visied first firstand frst frstand firstand
and the necessary neessary tools for accomplishing accomplishingthe accomplshing accomplshingthe
the work taken takenThe takenThe takenThe
The general generl stores of James A Sharp Shnrpless Sharpless Sharpless
less Co David DaldLng Long Son and Mrs MrsE MrsB Ir IrE
E C Hughes and J H Markwoods fur furniture fu funlhlre f to toniture
niture and undertaking establishment establishmentwore establshment establshmentwero
wore visited the safes opened and every everymoney everymoney everymoney
money drawer rifled ried Only a small smal amount amountin
in cash was secured Three thousand dot dollars do dolars dotlars ¬
secure
lars worth of notes were taken from fromLongs fremLongs frcmLongs
Longs store tore but the box which contained containedthem containedthem containedthem
them was found at the freight depot this thhmorning thl thlmorning thismorning
morning with all ul of the contents content in good goodshape goodshape goodshape
shape shapeREWARD shapenEWARn shapeitEYAilD
REWARD itEYAilD FOR l n WIIITECAPPERS WIIITECAPPERSGovernor WIIlECAPPEHS WIIlECAPPEHSGovernor WiIlrECAPPEItSiovernor
Governor Governor Offers Ofer flers S50 S O tor Arrest res of Justice JusticeJoplinM JusticeJ
JoplinM J 01111 ANNniliuitti ANNniliuittiSpecial AssnilituitsSpecial II llull llullSpcIal
Special SpcIal to The Te Washington Wahington Post PostRichmond PosLIchmonl PostRichmond
Richmond Ichmonl Va Dec Dee 18 18Gov 1Gov Gov Tyler Tler to today today today ¬
day offered otered a reward of 50 0 for the arrest arrestand arrestand arrestand
and conviction convicton of the unknown persons personswho personswho personswho
who some weeks ago attacked atacked and fired flrodupon frO firedupon
upon upn Bennett Bennet Joplin Jopln at Goode In Bedford BedfordCounty Deford DefordCount BedfordCounty
County Count The building buiding in 11 which Mr Jop Joplin Jopln Jopun
lin ln was asleep was surrounded and there therewas therewas therewas
was a f fierce force battle btte for awhile awhileMr awhie awhileMr
Mr 11 Joplin Jopln is a justice justce of the peace and andagent andagent andagent
agent of the te Norfolk and Western eter at atGoode 11 11Goode atGoode
Goode He was In the act of retiring retiringwhen retiringwhen retiringwhen
when the whitecaps whiecap fired fred into his room roomriddling roomriddlng roomriddling
riddling riddlng his bed with wih bullets bulets Mr Joplin Jopllnreturned Jopln Joplnreturod Joplinreturned
with his the flash flashfrom flashfrom
returned returod the fire fre wih pistol fash fashfrom
from which whic Ignited Igited a curtain He reached reachedout reache reachedout
out to extinguish ctn ulsh the blaze and his hi hand handfell handtel handfell
fell tel to his side with wih six buckshot in It ItWhhecaps It itVhitecaps
Whhecaps WhienPR have given trouble In the theneighborhood theneighborhood theneighborhood
neighborhood for several years yearsAGAINST yearsAGA1ST ear earAGU
AGAINST AGU S WELLPOISONER WELLPOISONERThird WEILlOISOSER WEILlOISOSERThIrd
Third Trial Trlnllelled Denied lruulediiAflasie II I A Davis DnII Twice Con Convlcteil CopJetl ConSicteui
vlcteil Jetl used nld Sentenced SentencedSpecial SentencedSpecial lllcleed lllcleedSpla
Special Spla to The Te Washington Wtblngon Post PostWarrenton Potarrcnton PostWarrenton
Warrenton arrcnton Va Dec 18 Sudge Judge C E ENicol ENicol ENicol
Nicol of the Circuit Court today tda refused refusedto retusedto
to grant grnt a now trial rIal to H A Davis who whowas whown whosas
was wn convicted at the September term of ofthe orthe ofthe
the county count court for attempting atemptng to poison poisontho polsonthe poisonthe
the well wel of Thomas B Stewart StewArt in Decem December December Decembar ¬
ber ISM ISMDavis l 1S09Davis
Davis was tried and convicted at a aprevious aprelous aprevious
previous trial and sentenced sentcnce to five fe years yearsIn yers yersIn yearsIn
In tho penitentiary pcnltentt but was WIS granted grnted a anew nnew anew
new trial and the second trial
tril resulted in ina Ina ina
a similar simiar verdict verdict but he was wa wa resuled given Ivcn one oneyear oner oneyear
year r less les in the penitentiary The court courtgranted courtrntcd coustgranted i
granted rntcd a suspension for thirty days dayspending da dapending dayspending
pending an a appeal by his counsel ounsel to the th
Court of Appeals Appels for a 3 now trial trialllarcbreedcra tril trilHRrebreeder trialharebreeders
llarcbreedcra llnve Jnc Organized OrganizedSpecial OrAolzedSpelalto r5anized r5anizedSpecial
Special Spelalto to The Washington hlngton Post PostRichmond pot PostRichmond
Richmond Va Dec De 22 ZThe 22The The Southern SouthernBelgian Suthern Suthernelglan SouthernBelgian
Belgian elglan hare Association has been
laro Assoiaton ben or organized organized organized ¬
ganized here and the th following foloing officers officerselected otcer officerselected
elected ol te President A G Collins Colns vice vicepresident vic vicepresident
president pr ldent C P Seldon Sldon secretary secetar Frank FrankJonklns Fnk FnkJonklns FrankJenkins
Jonklns treasurer tenurer E 1 Lv L Hasker IUkcr regis registrar registrr registrar ¬
trar trr F S Bulllngton Bulngon Others Oher present presentwere preent preentwere presentwere
were Messrs tess John ohn Adams Herbert Herbr Ware WareE WareH VareI
I E T Mankln J A Walsh J R R Smith SmithTho Smith SmithI SrnftfzThe
I Tho objects of o the association assciaton are to im improve Imprve Unprove ¬
prove prve tho Belgian hare to guard ga the in intorosts IntorOts intorosts
torosts torOts of the breeders breder and to dissemi disseminate dseml dsemlnt disseminte ¬
dustry nate nt all information InfonlUon concerning cncering the in industry Industry Industry ¬
Sentenced Srlllne d to tollfe Life Imprisonment ImprisonmentSt ImprllonUenr ImprllonUenrSlal InprioonunentSjsial
St Slal Sjsial lal to Tb Te Washington Wubllon VasbIntoo Post PostHuntlngton Pet PostHuntington
Huntington Hunington W Va Dec Dee 21 22Pearl 22PearlNewman Pearl PearlNewman PearlNewman
Newman who last October Octo r shot and ad kill killed kl killod ¬
ed o William WIla J McCaully McCauly a a Philadelphia Philadelphiaactor hladeJphla hladeJphlantor hiiadelphiaactor
actor ntor in this city was Wt this ofternoontsen ofternoontsentenced aternoon atteraoonseateaced n nttncd
tenced ttncd to Bute Btte prison prbonor for life 1te
EPIDEMIC EPIDEIC OP 0 01 3IURDER RACING RACINGSeniailaaal UAGINGnaceBal ItAGIGSenationi
Seniailaaal naceBal KililagiAre Killings Ulac Are Reported frora froraVnrlon re renrlnq roa roaVarious
Various nrlnq 1nrta of oI Sooth 80 th Carolina CarolinaEpeclal Carolea CaroleaIPcal CarolinaSpecial
Special IPcal to t The T WMMnjtcn Wuhnrtl vsahIntcn Post PostColumbia P9L P9LColumbb P at atColumbia
Columbia S C Dec 22 22There There Tere has hasbeen hasbeen
been an epidemic of murder murer in South Car Carolina Cr Cronna Carolina ¬
olina onna during the te past pat twentyfour hours hoursThe hour hoursThe
The most sensational senstonC1 case cC reported repre is 1 the thekilling thekilng thekilling
killing kilng of Agnew Agew Feldcr elder at Pregnalls Pregl5Iut Pregl5Iutnlbt last lastnight lastnight
night nlbt Felder who was 15 eighteen years el ot ofage otabe otage
age went by train trin with th a party Jrty of seven sevenfrom seventrom sevenfrom
from St St Georges Ger o to a dance d C at Pregnalls PregnallsIt Prgals PrgalsI
It I is 1 alleged alege that the visitors did not con conduct conduct conduct ¬
duct themselves themstle properly prper The poembers poembersof members membersof
of the party 1r were on their way wy to the thedepot thedeot thedepot
depot deot to take tke a midnight train home and andwere andwere andwere
were firing frnb pistols When opposite opposie the thehouse thehus thehouse
house hus of J P Langford Lngtord shots shot were fired firedfrom fred fredfrom firedfrom
from the dwelling dwelnG Felder was Wi missed missedand mle missedand
and on search serch being made he was wa found toundon foundon
on the ground Jund dead ded shot through the theneck then theneck
neck n k He was ws a member of an old oldOrangeburg oldOrngcburg oldOrnngoburg
Orangeburg Orngcburg County family famiy famiy1ear
Near 1ear Winnsboro last lat night SP St Martin Martina lrUn lrUnI
I a farmer was assassinated assasinted Hearing Herln thedocs the thedoga thedogs
docs barking brklng he went to the te door and as ashe ashe
he hf opened opene It received recche a load of 0 slugs slug in
his body bodyAt bodyAt bodyAt
At Rockhill Rokhl in the presence of William Wilam
Cowan CO1n owner owne of a plantation plantton a negro ne o
boy aged sixteen years ears walked up to Ed Edward Edward Edward ¬
ward Tldewell Tfdewel also colored olore and putting puttinga putUngI
a I shotgun shot un to his head hed blew his brains brainsout brins brinsout brainsout
out The Te boy by then ran to Cowan and beg begged beggl beggod ¬
god gl him to cut his throat baring his hisneck hisneck hisneck
neck neck No reason ren Is given give for the murder
In Colleton Coleton County COunl James mes Barnwell Barwel was wasound
found today with wih his neck broken EvI EvIiJcii EIc Evidczre
iJcii dczre c = e showed hwe he had been killed kie without
the use useot or a weapon wepon William llm Drayton Draytoncolored Draytoncolored Draytoncolored
colored has been arrested on suspicion suspicionDEATH suspicionDEATH suspicionDEATh
DEATH STALKED STL IN INTIIE TIIE TIE MILL MILLYouth 3IIL 3IILYoulh MILLYouth
Youth Fatally FnlnU Burned lrnet Where Two of His HisBrother Ils Ilsrotllen IllsIirothers
Brother rotllen Were Killed KilledSpecial Kied KiedSpelJJ KilledSpecial
Special SpelJJ to The Te Washington n Post PostAVInchester POIt Post9inchester
AVInchester 9inchester Jnehester Va Va Dec 21 21News News 1ews of the thedeath thedeth thedeath
death deth by burning buring of the seventeenyear seventeenyearold scventeenearold
old son of Mr llr Samuel Lonas Lnas a well wellknown nellknown el
known miller mier living lving near ner Mount Jackson JacksonVa JacksonVa JacksonVa
Va reached reched here today Young Lonas Lonasslept Lonasslept Lonasslept
slept In his fathers mill which was wa some somedistance somedltance somedistance
distance dltance from the house but last Tues Tuesday Tuesda Tuesday ¬
day da night he said he would pass the night nightwith nightwih nightwith
with wih a neighbor Early Wednesday morn mornIng mornIng mornlag
Ing the boys mother was awakened by bythe bythe bythe
the crackle of flames In the mill and andwhen andwhen andwhen
when the son failed to return that day daya
a search of the ruins was made madeHis madeHII madehis
His charred remains were found in a aroom aroom aroom
room adjoining his sleeping apartment apartmentTho apartmentTh3 apartmentThe
The circumstances surrounding the affair affairare affairare affairare
are shrouded In mystery The young youngmans youngmans oung oungmans
mans bed was near a window and he hecould hecould hecould
could easily have escaped that way wa yet yethis yethis yethis
his body bod was found in another portion of ofthe otthe ofthe
the building His announced intention of ofpassing otp ofpassing
passing p 1sng the night at a neighbors was wasunusual WIlJunusual wasunusual
unusual and why he should have changed changedhis changedhis changedhis
his mind cannot be explained Four Fouryears Fourears Fouryears
years ears ago several of young oung Lonas broth brothers brother brothsera
ers er were at play In the mljl when tho thoboiler thohollor theboiler
boiler exploded and instantly killed two twoof twoor twoof
of the children childrenCONFESSED childrenCOXFESSED childrenCOFESSE1
CONFESSED GREATER GRE TER CRIME CRIMEA CRUIEXero
A Xccro Arrested for Pitrsesnntcliinc PitrsesnntcliincProven llIrllefIDnlehloIrne IturseonatciulncIrnve
Proven to Be n Hlehwnyinnn HlehwnyinnnSpecial IIhlJnrmnnSJleciaI lllgitwnytuinnSpecial
Special to The Washington Post PostSuffolk PostSuffolk PostSuffolk
Suffolk Va Dec 20 ZOJohn John Young and andFrank andFrank andFrank
Frank Johnson negroes at a prelim preliminary prell prellInary prelirnmary ¬
inary hearing today before Mayor Day Dayand Dayand Dayand
and Justice Jordan in Smithfield were wereheld Wereheld wereheld
held on a charge of highway robbery robberyThey robberyThey robberyThey
They are accused of assaulting and rob robbing robbing robbing ¬
bing D Frank rank Garner In Isle of Wight WightCounty WJghtCount WightCounty
County Count last Friday night nightThe nightThe nightThe
The discovery of the highwaymens highwaymensIdentity hlghwa3mensIdentity highwaymensidentity
Identity is a result of arrests in Smith Smithfield Smithfield Smithfield
field last night Young nnd Walter Blunt Bluntwere Bluntwere Bluntwere
were arrested for snatching Caroline CarolineChapmans CarolineChapmans CarolineChapmans
Chapmans pocketbook In V W V Y Joyners Joynersstore Joyneristore Joynersstore
store Young confessed that Frank John Johnson Johnson Johnson ¬
son and himself had waylaid Garner and andJohnson andJohnson andJohnson
Johnson was put under arrest at Battery
Park For lack of room In the Smithfield Smithfleldstationhouse Smithfieldstatlonhouse Smithfieldstationhouse
stationhouse the three men were last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night chained together and guarded till tillirornlnsr tillrornlng tillororning
irornlnsr by b officers Young and Blunt Bluntwere Bluntwere Bluntwere
were given six months each for snatching
the purse purselUtOTllERS DurseIUWTIIERS purseIIIIOTIIERS
lUtOTllERS SHOT BY B DEPUTIES DEPUTIESOulcera DEPUTIESOtUccr flEPUTIESOlilcers
Oulcera Replied to 1uelilves l Shots and andIHortallr aodrorlallT andMortally
Mortally Wounded Both BothSpecial BothSpecial orh orhSpoclal
Special to Tho Washington WaBhln on Poet PoetWlnstonSalem PoetVlnstonSalem PoetWinstonSalem
WlnstonSalem N C Dec ID 19Fratlk 19FrankHulline Frank FrankHufllne
I Hufllne and his brother whose given givenname gIvenname givenname
name was not learned were shot and andmortally anImortally anlmortally
mortally wounded at the home of their theirfather the thefather theiyfather
father near Oak Ridge Rld e Guildford Coun County County Coufity ¬
ty about 6 oclock this morning mornln The Theshooting TheISllOotlnl Theshooting
shooting was done by Deputy Sheriffs J JW TW Jv
ISllOotlnl
W v Mooney and J W Walker of Kcr Kcrnersville KcrI Kernersville
I nersville They were deputized to arrest arrestthe arrestI arrestthe
the brothers on warrant charging them themwith thel thelwith thetawith
I with being members of a party which whichrobbed whichrobbed whichrobbed
robbed a barroom near Kernersville Sat Saturday Saturday Satunlay ¬
urday night nightWhen nighthen nightThen
When hen the officers went cnt to Huffines Huffineshome Huffineshome Hufflneshome
home they were fired upon by b the broth brothers brothers brothers ¬
ers A number of shots were exchanged exchanged1ut exchangedlut exchangedlut
lut the he deputies escaped Injury One of ofthe ort1H oftioto
the wounded men died this afternoon and andthe andthe andthe
the last la t report frcm the scene of the thoshooting theshooting theshooting
shooting was that the other one was wasdyinjj wasdrlnS wasdying
dying dyinjjDEMENTED drlnSDEMENTED dyingDEMENTED
DEMENTED MAN CUTS THROAT THROATHnxlmml TIIHOATIInlbnnd ThROAThusband
husband of Woman omnllin in Insane Asylum Tries Triesto TriesIt
to It Kill JlIIlIltuelr JlIIlIltuelrSpecIal UiiiiNclf UiiiiNclfSpecial liltuuceifSpecial
Special to The Washlrl Washington on Post PostPetersburg POtPetersburg PostPetersburg
Petersburg Va Dec 20 GRecently Recently Mrs MrsAlglo MrsAigl6 MrsMgio
Alglo Aigl6 Lewis the wife of a widely known knowncitizen knowncitizen knowncitizen
citizen of Dinwiddie County Count became becamei becameInsane becameinsane
i Insane and was sent to the insane asy asylum asylum asylum ¬
lum at Williamsburg where she Is now nowunder nowunder nowunder
under treatment Shortly Shortl after Mrs Lew Lewis LewIs Lewis ¬
is lost her mind her husband because beca in insane lnsane insane ¬
sane and was committed to the county countyjail countyJaB countyjail
jail of Dinwlddle until he could be sent to toan toan toan
an asylum asylumSubsequently aslumSubsequently asylumSubsequently
Subsequently Mr Lewis condition be became became became ¬
came so much improved that he was per permitted permitted permitted ¬
mitted to be taken home and cared for forby torby forby
by his friends Last evening Mr Lewis Lewisbecame Jewlsbecamt Lewisbecame
became worse and while his brother and andanother andanother andanother
another man were taking him back to the thecounty thecount thecounty
county count jail he attempted to kill himself himselfby hlmsetrb himselfby
by b cutting cuttu his throat on hoUse bot e sides with witha
a pocket knife His wounds are consider considered considered considered ¬
ed quite < serious seriousORMES seriousOH3IES seriousORMES
ORMES SONS GET ESTATE ESTATEFinal ESTATElimo
Final 1 lnnl Decision in Case of o Will Which lalcb Ieft LeftOut IeftOur IeftOut
Out TeatntorB Puinilr PuinilrSpecial FlllDlirl FismliySpecial
l Special to The Washington Post PostAnnapolis Posti PostAnnapolis
i Annapolis Md Dec 20 2OJudge Judge Revell RevellIn
In the Circuit Court here today to 1ay < overrul overruled overruled overruled ¬
ed a motion for a new ne trial in the con contested contested contested ¬
tested will case of Thomas C C Orme Orme Ormecut Ormecut Oronecut
cut off his sons wltH 5 5 each and left his hisproperty hisproperty lotsproperty
property to a woman and her children In Inwhich Inwhich inwhich
which family he lived The sons who re reside rea reaside reside ¬
side In Washington with their mother motherMrs motherIrg motherMrs
Mrs Irg Thomas C Orme the divorced wife wifeof wifeof wifeor
of the testator entered a caveat to the thewill thewill thewill
will will on the ground of undue influence influenceand Influenceand influenceand
and nondisposing mnd of the testator testatorThe testatorI testatorThe
I The Jury jur found for the sons The court courtby courtb courtby
by b its decision today sustains the ver verdict verdict vetdiet ¬
dict The estate is valued at f000 f000Will 8000Will 8000 8000Vlll
Will Contest Olllrt Sent cnt en I tit Concrciis ConcrciisSpecial Concrc ConcrcSpecial Coeiresespecial
Special to The Washlnjton Post PostPetersburg Ot OtPetersburg
Petersburg Va Dec 22C E Eo Wilson WilsonRepublican WIJsonRepubUcan WilsonRepublican
Republican who was defeated for Con Congress Congress Congross ¬
gress from the Fourth district of Virginia Virginiaby Virginiaby Virginiaby
by Mal Iaj Francis Rives Lassiter Demo Democrat Demo Democrat Democrat ¬
crat of this city today served notice on onthe onthe onthe
the latter that he would contest his elec election election eiection ¬
tion to the House of Representatives In Inthe Intile intne
the notice of contest there is no specific specUlacharge specificcharge
charge of fraud It does charge however howeverthat howeverthal howeverthat
that 254 4 electors who desired to vote for forWilson forWilson forWilson
Wilson were wer prevented from doing doing so be becau be because because
cau cause e of dilatory tactics resorted to by bythe bythe bythe
the election officer who ho the contestant contestantclaims contestantclaims conteeantclaims
claims were all Democrats MaJ laJ Lassiter Lasslterwas LassiterWJiS Lassiterwjts
was elected eleted to Congress by over 4700 ma majority maJority majority ¬
jority
Black Baas for Virginia Ylraiuln Rivers RiversSpecial RlverlSpecial RiverSpecial
Special to The Washington D Post PostRichmond POItRichmond PostRichmond
Richmond Va Dec 22 22Tbrough Through the ef efforts eforts etforts ¬
forts orts of Congressman C ngr08sman John Lamb too 500black tooblack ty tyblack
black bass have been secured for the theChlckahomlny theChlckahomJny theChickahorniny
Chlckahomlny River snd lId a like number numberfor numberfor numberfor
for Cohoke from the United States Fish FishCommission FlsbCommission FishCommission
Commission at Washington A distrib distributing distrlbutlng distribtiting ¬
uting car containing the fish arrived here hereon h hereon re reon
on train No 23 l from Washington this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning and Secretary John J hn C C Page had hadthm hadth hadthem
them th < m transferred trl1naftrr Immediately to the theChesapeake theChJJllpcake theChesapeake
Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad by which whichline whichline whichline
line they will reach their destination to today to toI today ¬
I day
War YcMnr Veisris Off 0 for or Florida FloridaE FlorIdafla1 FloridaEposial
Eposial E fla1 U1 to The Washington Port PortNewport P PostNewport al alewport
Newport ewport News Va Dec 22 ZThe ZTheKeaflar 22TheKearsarge The TheKearaarce
Kearaarce Keaflar e and Massachusetts sailed to today tol today ¬
l day for or rensacola renuc la Fla
FUNERAL OF RICHARD A A WISE WISEVirginia WISEYlralla WISEVirgisia
Virginia Congressman C enelimRII Burled lJ rlell la I Holly llollrwaod Uellrwed Hollywood
wed br III FatkeraSUe FatkeraSUeSpecial Fallin Fathers Side SllirS Sideffefal
Special S elal to The Washington Port PortRichmond PottRIchmond PostRichmond
Richmond Va Dec SJCongressman SJCongressmanRicbanl 3Congresmannlchar 3Congre5smanflichar
Ricbanl A A Wise of the Second Virginia Virginiadlstrfc VirginiaJhitrct Virginiadistrc
dlstrfc Jhitrct was buried In Hollywood Ceme Cemetery Cemetery Cemetery ¬
tery this afternoon by the side of his 11 11lustrous Ulustrous IIlustrous
lustrous father Gen Henry A Wise The Theremains TheremaIns TheremaIns
remains were brought in a flSJ special > cclal car carfrom carfrom carfrom
from Wllllamsburg where funeral ser services serices sersices ¬
vices had been held at the home of the thodeceased thedeceased thedeceased
deceased These were conducted by Rev RevDr RevDr RevDr
Dr Roberts of Bruton Church and Dr DrWharton DrWharton DrWharton
Wharton of William WUllamnnd and Mary College CollegeA
A large party part of Congressmen and nd other otherfriends othertrlends otherfriends
friends came down from rom Washington fill filling filling filllag ¬
ing two private cars They brought num numerous numerous nurnerous ¬
erous and beautiful floral tributes as did didthose didthose didthose
those who came from Willlamsburg The Thecervices TheLervlces Theservices
cervices at the grave were brief and sim simple simple sUnpie ¬
ple The Congressional party returned to toWashington toWashington toWashington
Washington tonight tonightIDENTIFIED tonlsbtJDENTIFIED tonightIDENTiFIED
IDENTIFIED WRONG NEGRO NEGROYaune NEGROYODIJC itEGROloung
Yaune Woman oman Pointed Polntedflut Oat r an Her A Assail AnallRnr Assailant all allnnt
ant linn Who Wnll Vn Safe in Jail JailSpecial JnllSpecial JusliSpecial
Special to The Washington FosU FosUBristol Post PosfBristol PostBristol
Bristol Va Dec 2L 21 t A striking case oi oimistaken o omistaken ofmistaken
mistaken Identity IdenUt which embraces a awarning awanlng awatning
warning wanlng to lynchers came to light in inBristol inBristol InBristol
Bristol this week Wiley Sproles sixteen sixteenyearold slxteenyearold sixteenyearold
yearold daughter was attacked by a ne negro negro negro ¬
gro about ten days ago The officers haJ haJtwo hadtwo j jtwo
two or three negroes under arrest as sus suspects seapects j jpects
pects Miss Sproles was summoned to the thepolice thepollee thepolice
police station to ascertain whether she shecould shecould shecould
could identify Identlt her assailant Three ne negroes no nogroes roegroes ¬
groes were brought out and Miss Sproles Sproleseyed Sproleseed Sproleseyed
eyed them critically finally pointing to toone toone toone
one of the number and expressing the be belief belie beIlef ¬
lief lie that he was the guilty party partyAfter partyAfter partyAlter
After the officers had caused the negro negroto negroto j
to turn about in two or three different po positions p0 p0sItions p0sitions ¬
sitions Miss lIss Sproles was quite sure he hewas hewas hewas
was the guilty party The officers how bowever however howcer ¬
ever told Miss Uss Sproles that she was mis mistaken mistaken mistaken ¬
taken The man she singled out had been beenIn beenIn beenin
In prison for p t month on the charge of ofhighway ofhighway ofhighway
highway robbery and was in Jail fifteen fifteenmiles fifteenmiles fifteenmiles
miles away on the night Miss Sproles Sproles had hada
a fierce battle with a negro brute The Thenegro Thenegro Thenegro
negro who was singled out was very un uneasy uneasy Uneasy ¬
easy for fear the girls testimony against againsthim aSlOllnsthim againsthim
him might ml ht cause him to be lynched not notwithstanding notwlthstandln notwithstanding ¬
withstanding wlthstandln the officers knew he was wasnot wasnot wasnot
not guilty guiltyROBERT guUtyROBERT guiltyROBERT
ROBERT MCANDLISH DEAD DEADWas DEADurn DEADWas
Was urn One of the Mast Widelyknown Law Lawyers Lawyer Lawyers ¬
yers yer III Tidewater Virginia VirginiaSpecial VirginiaSpecial Irlnla IrlnlaSpecl1
Special to The Washington Post PostRichmond PostRIchmond PostRichmond
Richmond Va Dee 20 2O1Intellllence 2O1Intellllencewas Intelligence Intelligencewas
was received her today of the death last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night at Saluda In Middlesex County of ofRobert otRobert ofRobert
Robert McCandlish one of f the most wide widely wldel widely ¬
ly l known lawyers In Tidewater Virginia VirginiaHe VirginiaHe VirginiaHe
He has been 111 for t r some time Mr McCand McCandllgh McCandlI McCandlish
llgh lI h was born In Wllliamsburg about fifty fiftysix fiftysix fiftysix
six years old and was a son on of the late lateRobert lateobert lateflobcrt
Robert obert McCandlish of that place who was wasone Wasone wasone
one of the ablest lawyers of his section sectionMr sectionMr sectionlit
Mr McCandlish entered the Confederate Confederatearmy Confederatearmy Confederatearmy
army at the age of sixteen and served in inthe Inthe inthe
the old Howitzers After the war he hegraduated hegraduated hegraduated
graduated in law from the University of ofVlrgilnta orVlrgilriia ofVirgiinia
Vlrgilnta In one session and entered into a acopartnership acopartnership acopartnership
copartnership at Saluda with the late lateR lateR lateB
R Lu L Montague known throughout Vir Virginia Virginia Virginia ¬
ginia as The Red Fox Mr McCandlish McCandlishmarried McCandlishmarried McCandlishmarried
married Miss Nannie Montague daughter daughterot
ot Col E E B Montague of King and andQueen anflQueen andQueen
Queen who with several children survive survivehim survivehim survivehim
him himHe
He never held a political office though thoughhe thoughhe thoughhe
he was an active Democrat and could have havehad havehad havehad
had many He placed the name of Con Congressman Congressman Congresaman ¬
gressman Jones before every convention conventionby
by which he was nominated save the last lastBAR lastBAR lastBAR
BAR ATE TAME TURKEY TURKEYJudicial 1URKEYJl1dlclnl TURKEYJudicial
Judicial Decision KstnbllshliiK 1 ltnbINIII Status of ofChief ofChief ofChief
Chief Feature of Lawyers Slimier SlimierSpecial SIlPllerSpecial StupperSpecial
Special to The Washington Post PostWinchester PostInchester PostWinchester
Winchester Inchester Va Dec 19 19A A novel case casehas casehas casehas
has Just been decided here In which Pros Presecuting rQ rQecuUng > 1 1ecutlng
ecutlng Attorney R R E Byrd of the thecoun thecounty coun county oun ounty ¬
ty posed on the witnessstand as an epi epicure epIcure epicure ¬
cure with regard to the flavor of a turkey turkeygobbler turk turkgobbler turkeygobbler
gobbler About Thanksgiving Day Mr MrByrd MrByrd Ir IrByrd
Byrd bought from a countryman what he hethought heI bethought
I thought was a thirtypound wild turkey turkeyThe turkeyThe turkeyThe
The bird formed a leading feature of the themenu themenu themenu
menu at a supper which hlcb Mr Byrd tender tendered tendered tendered ¬
ed to the Winchester bar and Judiciary JudiciaryIt
It seems that Walter Johnson of 0 the thecounty thecounty thecounty
county shot the turkey but It was later laterclaimed laterclaimed laterclaimed
claimed by b Samuel Braithwalte as the theprize theprize theprize
prize gobbler of his tame flock Johnspn Johnspnturned Johnspnturned Johns9nturned
turned the turkey over to Bralthwaite Bralthwaiteand Braithwaiteand Bralthwaiteand
and it was given to the countryman who whosold whosold whosold
sold it to Mr Byrd for a wild turkey turkeyAfter turkeyArter turkeyAfter
After the bird had been served to Mr MrByrdt MrByrd MrBirdz
Byrd guests Johnson still believing believingagainst beHevlngthat believingthat
that It was a wild turkey brought suit suitagainst suitagainst
against Braithwaite to recover the price priceof pr1celot priceI
lot I of his bird All the lawyers and judges judgesin judges11n
11n in Winchester were about to be summoned summonedto
to testify whether in their opinion they theyhad theyhnd theyhad
had eaten a wild turkey or a tame gob gobbler gobbler gobbIer ¬
bler when Prosecuting Attorney Byrd Byrdvolunteered Byrdvolunteered Byrdvolunteered
volunteered his testimony that the bird birdhad birdhad birdhad
had a distinctly disUnctl game flavor Judge Al Albm Albm Albin
bm however decided the case In favor favorof favorof favorof
of the defendant Bralthwaite BralthwaiteWOUNDED DralthwaftefOUNDED BraIthwalteVOUNDED
WOUNDED liE GUARDS SECRET SECRETWoman SECRETWomnn SECRETVotnnn
Woman Flcnres in Stabbing of o Wealthy WealthyLumberman WealthyLuunberuuunn ealtb ealtbIumberlllnn
Lumberman on the Highway HighwaySpecial I1ibwnrSpecial highwaySpecial
Special to The Washington Post PostHuntlngton POlLHuntington PostHuntington
Huntington W Va Dec 18 1SAt At day daylight daylight daylight ¬
light this morning Wilson Andrews a awellknown aWelllmown awellknown
wellknown and wealthy Guyan River Rivertimberman Rlvcrtimberman Rivertimberman
timberman was found by the roadside roadsideone roadsideone roadsideone
one mile from this city stabbed almost to tothe tothe tothe
the heart his body resting in a a pool of ofblood otblood ofblood
blood Andrews was conscious but was wasso wasso wasso
so weak from loss of 0 blood that he could couldonly couldonly couldonly
only speak In a whisper He was removed removedto
to a nearby farmhouse and physicians physicianssummoned physicianssuml physicianssummoned
summoned summonedAndrews suml summonedAndrews oned onedAndrews
Andrews refused to tell any anyone one how he hewas hewas bewas
was wounded but acknowledged that thatthere thatthere thatthere
there was a DJ ll woman in the case He said saidif saidIf saidit
if his injuries resulted fatally he wanted wantedno wantedno wantedno
no one prosecuted The affair has baffled baffledthe baffledthe baffledthe
the authorities and many believe that a awoman awoman awoman
woman wielded the knife Tracks near nearwhere nearwhere nearwhere
where Andrews was found show that a acarriage acarriage acarriage
carriage had turned abruptly there and andreturned andreturned andreturned
returned toward the city A womans womansshoe womansshoe womansshoe
shoe prints were also vlsioie in mud near nearthe J1tarthe izearthe
the spot The tlmbcrman had about J10Q J10Qon nooon 1 1on
on hl4 h ht person He is believed to be fatally
Injured
Investigative the tlu Loss of o Life LifeSpecial IlfeSpecial LifeSpecial
Special to The Washington Post PostNorfolk Postortolk PostNorfolk
Norfolk ortolk Va Dec 22 22Supt Supt Kimball of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Life Saving Service has ordered an aninvestigation anImcstIgatlon aninvestigation
investigation of the circumstances sur surrounding surroun surrounding ¬
rounding roun lng the loss of Capt Lamson and andtwo andtwo andtwo
two of the crew of the schooner Jennie JennieHall Jer JennieHall nlt nltHall
Hall which was wrecked In yesterdays yesterdaysawful yesterdaysawtul yesterdaysawful
awful storm at Dam Neck on the Via Virginia VJrglnla Viaginia ¬
ginia coast Lieut Johnson of the Peve Revenue Pevenue Pevenue ¬
nue Cutter Service arrived in the city to today to toM toclay ¬
j
day M and proceeded to Dam Neck and be began be began begsa ¬
gan an investigation This investigation investigationwas
was not ordered on account of a suspicion suspicionof
of cowardice or inefficiency on the part partof partof partof
of the life savers but it is a fixed rule ruleof ruleor ruleof
of the Life Saving Service n1ce that whenever whenevera
a life Is lost where life savers are engag engaged engaged engaged ¬
ed at a wreck the drowning must be in investigated Inestlgated Investigated ¬
vestigated so that the report can be beprinted beprinted beprinted
printed in the annual records recordsBnalaecs recordsUulDru recordsBusiness
Business Block Burned at Portsmouth PortsmouthSpecial IortlmoutlsSpedal tortmouthSpecial
Special to The Wlhln Washington on Port PortNorfolk PoatNorfolk PostNorfolk
Norfolk Va Dee 23 3Flre Fire started in inthe Inthe inthe
the Seaboard block on Crawford street streetin streetIn streetin
in Portsmouth at 2 oclock this morning morningThe mornIngThe morningThe
The wholesale grocery of Brinkley Ar Armentrout Arsneatrout
mentrout and the New York Racket Store Storewere ftJrtJwere Storewere
were destroyed The firemen confined the theflames theftameB theflames
flames to the building in which they orig or g ¬
mated The loss is J100W 10000 The origin orl ln of ofthe orthe ofthe
the fire is believed to have been incen incendiary Incendiary incendiary ¬
diary as firebugs have of late been ex extensively extensively cxtensively ¬
tensively operating in Portsmouth PortsmouthKilled POrUmouthlillled PortsmouthKilled
Killed by n Falling FRllla Tree TreeEpeclal TreeSpecial TreeEpecial
Special to The washington Post PostPetersburg PoatPet PoetPet
Petersburg Pet llburg Va Dec 21 JNat Nat MIngca a awlde1r awIdely j
widely known citizen of Dinwlddle County Countywas CountyWaI Countywas
was killed yesterday afternoon near his hishome Illshome loishome
home He was engaged in cutting down a atree aree atree
tree ree which in falling lodged against an another another another ¬
other tree Mingea attempted to dislodge dislodgethe dl dislodgethe odce odcethe
the tree tr he had felled While thus en engaged Enf8ged engaged ¬
gaged his feet slipped from under him and
he fell to the ground The tree fell on him himand himand
and crushed him to death d th He la survived j
by SL widow and four children
TEACHERS OFSOUTHTO OF SOUTH TO MEET MEETThree 1tlE1TTbree IE T
Three Days Sessloo SUII Sessinuof mt Southern S lhera Edaca EdacalieualAmoctntlenia EdgcaIl Edncailonal i
lieualAmoctntlenia Il ilonal alttllBcIRrl siuocitstion a I Is Richmond Itlcil ItlebmoadSpecial RichmondSpecial lll8d I IS
Special S ta The Tb WaiMajtoa Post PostRichmond PostRichmond
Richmond Va Dec 22 21Tbe Tha Southern SouthernEducational SouthernEducational SouthernEducational I
Educational Association will hold its itstenth Itstenth itstenth
tenth annual meeting In Richmond on De December DcI DcIcamber Dccember ¬
cember 27 2S s and and9 29 To this the most mostImportant mostl mostInportant
Important l portant educational assemblage ever everheld cverheld everheld
held In the State every white teacher in inthe inthe Inthe
the South has t been > een Invited Teachers of ofpublic otpubUc ofpublic
public and private schools from city and andcountry andcountry andcountry
country teachers and professors from fromcolleges fromcolleges fromcolleges
colleges Institutes academies and uni universities universities universitles ¬
versities and all others interested in the thegreat thegreat thegreat
great educational questions which con confront conront confront ¬
front ront the Southland will receive a right rightroyal rlgbtroyal tightroyal
royal welcome on their arrival here next nextWednesday nutWednesda nextSVednesday
Wednesday WednesdayThe Wednesda WednesdaThe SVednesdayThe
The local committees of which Mr r J JL JL JL
L L Hill Is general chairman have made madeelaborate madeelaborate madeelaborate
elaborate preparations for the entertain entertainment entertainment entertaInmeat ¬
ment of the convention The business businesssessions businesssesslona businesssessions
sessions will be held in the Convention ConventionHall ConventionHall ConventionHail
Hall of the Jefferson Hotel Addresses on onall onall onall
all phases of education from rom the kinder kindergarten klndercarten kindergarten ¬
garten to the university will be discussed discussedby discussedby j
by prominent educators from all over the theUnited theUnited j jUnited
United States At the Davis Building will willbe willbe willbe
be held an an exhibition of school supplies suppliesof
of all kinds kinds representing the highest art artattained artattained artattained
attained by the leading manufacturers of ofthe ortbe ofthe
the country Here also will be general generalheadquarters generalheadquarters generalheadquarters
headquarters for the association associationThe associationThe associationThe
The entertainment committee has ar arranged arranged atranged ¬
ranged for a e reception to the visitors at atthe 3ttbe atthe
the executive mansion by the governor a areception areception areception
reception by the Memorial Literary Socie Society Society Society ¬
ty at the Confederate Museum the White WhiteHouse WhiteHouse WhiteHouse
House of the Confederacy a reception by bythe bythe bythe
the Richmond Educational Association to totho tothe tothe
the Southern Educational Association Associationone Associationone Assoclatlonone
one of Polk Millers original negro enter entertainments entertainments entertainments ¬
tainments at aLthe the Jefferson Roof Garden Gardenand Gardenand Gardenand
and an excursion to the celebrated Nor Normal Normal Normal ¬
mal School at Hampton At the first gen general general general ¬
eral session of the association Thursday Thursdaymorning Thursdaymorning Thursdaymorning
morning addresses of welcome will be de delivered de delivered delivered ¬
livered by Gov Tyler Mayor layor Taylor TaylorState IaylorState flaylorState
State Superintendent Southall and City
Superintendent of Schools Fox Responses Responseswill Responsesw111 Responseswill
will be made by Dr Jordon of the Uni University UniversIty UnIversity ¬
versity of Arkansas Prof Jones Jone of the theMemphis theIemphls theMemphis
Memphis Institute and Supt J G Woot Wooten Wooten Wooten
en of Paris Tex They will be followed followedby ollowedby j
by the address of the president Chancel Chancellor Chancelbr j
lor R n B Fulton of the University of ofMississippi otlIsslsslppl ofMississippi
Mississippi MississippiAmong MississippiAmong lIsslsslpplAmong
Among the features of the meeting will willbe milbe willbe
be the address of Dr William T Harris HarrisUnited HarrJsUnited HarrisUnited
United States Commissioner of Education Educationand Elucntlonand Educationand
and Dr Nicholas Murray Butler of Co Columbia Columbia Columbia ¬
lumbia University N Y The discussion discussionof
of The Education of the Negro in the
South led by b Dr P B B Barringer of the
University of Virginia will attract much muchattention muchattention muchattention
attention some of the very ery finest speak speakers speakers speakers ¬
ers as well as deepest students of this thisgreat thIsgrMt thisgrcat
great question in the South will take part
in the discussion On the department departmentprogramme departmentprogramme departmentprogramme
programme which embraces superintend superintendence superintendence superintendcane ¬
ence higher education secondary educa ¬
tion elementary education normal normalschools normalschools normalschools
schools Industrial education and the kin ¬
dergarten are Supt Glass of Lynchburg
Prof Wightman of RandplphMacon
Chancellor Kirkland of Vanderbilt Prof
Tuttle of University of Virginia Dr
Downing of the New York Training
School President Dabney of the Univer University University University ¬
sity of 0 Tennessee and Miss Harriet Harrhit C
Neil of Washington WashingtonWRONG WashingtonWRONG WrashlnstonWRONG
WRONG MAN PLACED ON TRIAL TRIALAll TRIALAlUSegroes
All AlUSegroes 11 Nceroes Looked Alike to n Richmond RichmondCourt IUcbmondCourt RichmondCourt
Court nnd nIHIIolleemell nIHIIolleemellIpedal Policemen IoilceiuicziSpecial PolicemenSpecial
Special to The Washington post postRichmond POtRichmond PostRichmond
Richmond Va Dec 19 19An An amusing in incident IncJdent inciderit ¬
cident occurred in the Hustings Court this thisafternoon thisafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon in the trial of the three thrc negroes negroesindicted ncgroesIndIcted negroesindicted
indicted for breaking into Tignors gun gunstore gunstore gunstore
store John Holland the first man tried triedwas triedwas triedwas
was found guilty and given two years in inthe Inthe inthe
the penitentiary Then the caso of John JohnHudson JohnHudson JohnHudson
Hudson was called Instead of Hudson Hudsonthe Hudsonthe Hudsonthe
the third man John Robinson was placed placedat placedat placedat
at the bar and the indictment against againstHudson
Hudson was read Robinson pleaded not notguilty nOtguilty notguilty
guilty and the trial was gone into Wit Witnesses WItnesscs Witnesses ¬
nesses including several policemen Iden ¬
tified Robinson as the man under Indict Indictment Indictment indictment ¬
ment and he was give twelve months In
jail Then It was discovered that the
man at the bar was not Hudson but Rob ¬
inson and the court set the verdict aside
Hudson was then tried and all three were
given two years yearsACQUITTAL yearsACQUIrrt14 ears earsACQUITlAJ
ACQUITTAL IN OYSTER CASE CASECommonwealth CSECOlIlIDolnvealth CASECouiuunouiwcaiili
Commonwealth Will Take Up Each ot otOther 01Other ofOilier
Other Canes nJell Separately SeparatelySpecial SeI1urnrelBpedal SeinrateiySpecial
Special to The Washington POlL PoitSuffolk POlLSuffolk PostSuffolk
Suffolk Va Dec 20 2OConcludlng Concluding a asevendays asevendays asevendays
sevendays trial for oyster piracy Claude
Tennis was today acquitted by a jury
in Isle of Wight County Court Tennis Tenniswas Tenniswas Tenniswas
was one of fiftyseven oystermen accused accusedof accusedor accusedof
of working workln on grounds of Armstrong
Pratt Bloxom After considerable feel feeling teelIng feellag ¬
ing had developed the oystermen were werefined
fined 5 3 each and costs and then appealed appealedto
to the county court The associates ot ofTennis otTennis otTennis
Tennis were balled for appearance at a asubsequent asUbsequ asubsequent
subsequent sUbsequ nt term termThe termThe termThe
The Commonwealth announces Its inten ¬
tion of taking up the cases one by one
till there shall be a conviction convictionOLD convictionOLD convictionOLD
OLD DOMINION WEDDINGS WEDDINGSMr
Mr Ir Thomas Edwin Moore and Miss Lena Mary
Sampson both ot Northumberland County were weremarried verecarried tro tromarried
married Wednesday at the brides bride home In North Northumberland Northumberland Northninberland ¬
umberland by Ren O W WBeal WBealYr Beale BealeMr BealeMr
Mr Oliver Olh r l Lee e Fallin and Miss lIsa Hannah Elizabeth ElizabethMoore Elizabethofoore ElizabethMoore
Moore both of Northumberland
County were mar married marrled ussrtied ¬
tied Wednesday at the Baptist parsonage In InHeatbYllle InJleathTllleNorUlumberland haileathvllle
HeatbYllle JleathTllleNorUlumberland Northumberland County Count by 1 Rev George GeorgeW GeorgeW Georgev
W v Deale DealeMr DealeYr BealeMr
Mr Ernest 0 Smoot Smoot of W Wuhlllglon hlngton P C Cand c cand cand
and Miss Era Nelson Nelaon daughter of Capt and Mrs MrsD 1frlD Mr MrB
D M Nelson of Urbanna Urbanna Middlesex County were werenurrfcd WerenarrCed weremarcUS
marcUS at Hotel Nelson Ne n at Urbanca Wednesday Wednesdaymorning Wed1es1 Vetesdiymorning J Jmorning
morning morningMr morningMr
Mr dr E T Adams Adams of Leeiburs Ibur and Miss Jostle JesMeArthur JeKrleArthur JostleArthur
Arthur daughter of Mr S S A A Arthur of Purcell Purcellrllle PurcellYlIIe Purcellyule
rllle were married In
wJre Washington Thursday even erenIng eTenIng evenlag
Ing by Hey Richard P Williams at the rectory of ofTrinity ofTrlnltT ofTrinity
Trinity Episcopal Eplao pal Church ChurchII
II J and W T Dyke brothers residing r oidiig In
Irrlntton Lancaster County were married Ian Ianweek lastWeek u uorek
week to Misses Ida and Addle Tate respectively reipeetlrelyzliters lel6tUnlIlaten respectivelysister
sister residing near Ounnsrllle Essex Ene County
The ceremony was alt performed fcy y Her Mr Lewis LewisMr LewisMr LewisMr
Mr Charles Winston Payne and Miss Mary Eliza ¬
beth Williams were married in Washington hut hutweek Jutweek lastweek
week by R Stay T J J M 1iAury uiy ell hart hay returned to tothe tothe tothe
the home of the brides bride brother Mr H L L j Will Willlams WillIams Wjiitacos
lams In Chesterfield where a reception was ten tendtred tendrtd tndoted
doted thtm Friday sight Mr and Mrs Mn PaD Paynawill PaDwtU Paynewill
will remain In Virginia for ten
days and then to toto coto goto
to Pe I Pee Dee S S C c where they will lit nuke tntlr tntlrhome thttrhome thurhome
home homeMr homeMr homeSir
Mr Richard Hopkins and Miss YI Ills Alice WIHey
daucbter of Mr and Mrs 31 W W Wtlley Wt ler l beth > tn of
Irrlnjton Lancaster County were ere married in the theIrTlngton thelrvlngton theIrvington
Irvington Methodist Church Church at Irrlagton on Wed Wednesday WfdneadAT Wednesday ¬
nesday evening at 3 oclock by b the Ret Cs C n nJamea RJames ItJames
James Mr 3d Tarn Willing and Mlw I LUlu Eeb Eebrts Pebflrta Pabart
flrta art rts acted as ushers and Miss 311 ltll Georgia Meeklni Meeklniand Meekinsand lukill lukillud
and Mr Marbray ilopklca Hopkins u maid of honor h nor and
beat man respeettrely respeettrelyCollUIon respeethelTColIIIOD respecticelyCoilieion
CollUIon nt Norfolk Navy Sny iavyIard iavyIardSpecial Yard YardSpecial YardBedat
Special to The Washington Post PostNorfolk Pottortolk PoetNorfolk
Norfolk ortolk Va Dec 23 23The The naval tug
Hercules collided with the collier South Southerey Southere Southerey
erey ere at the navy yard Saturday The Thecolliers ThecoUlers Thecolliers
colliers bowsprit and the tugs funnel funneland funneiand l land
and whistle pipe were carried away Tb The rj
tug is disabled dLsabl d The Hercules at the time
of the accident was backing out into the
6eam fltr am Sheuwas She was aught V t by the strong
ebb tide which carried her against the
collier
Floor Mills 31111 and Content Darned DarnedSpecial Burned2peciI gr ed edSptcl
Special Sptcl to The Washington Port PottLexington PoetLexington
Lexington Lexlnb On Va Dec 21 tThe The Bunker
Hill flouring mills mills situated near n r the themouth themouth themouth
mouth of Buffalo Creek Creek about eight miles mU
from here have been burned with their theircontents theJrcontents theircontents
contents About 1200 bushels of wheat wheatlogs
besides tcred corn wu also burned The
logs was 18 about 8bout1500 C50D 3PY as HOM lff in Improve ¬
ments had recently been made on the
property insurance Mfffi MfffiBIc 1wJDIe 1500 1500Big
DIe Deal lJealln In Coal CoallgSd CoallgSdFalrmont InHtl InHtlFairmont lnndFairmont
Fairmont W V Va Dec 23 lThe The largest largestcoal larg65tcoal largesteeal
coal deal ever made in Harrison lIar n County
will be closed in a few days The ter tsrrUnty ¬
ritory comprises 12000 acres or nineteen nineteensquare nlnet nlneteensquare n naquare
square miles lying around SUem E41 The Thepurchaser1 Thepur Thepurtzhasets
purchaser1 purchaser1are pur hnsef are r James B Brown of Un
lontown Ion town and Alfred J Cochran of Daw
son who will pay itOOO 12000 for < r the entire
tract
CONFEDERATE CO FEDEnATE CAMP OFFICERS OFFICERSCapt OFFICEHSCape OFFICERSCapt
Capt Thomas Elicit Appointed polnted Adjutant AdjolnatKcneral AdjutantGeneralOther dJarRutHeneraiUther
Kcneral HeneraiUther Other Appointment AppointmentSpecial A pplaUne ppolntmcutsSpecial ra raSpecial
I IRlohmond
Special to The Wuicgten Wubict Post PostRichmond PostRichmond
Richmond Va Dec 20 zoCot CoL R R I IMaury L LMIlU Ii IiMaury
Maury MIlU who was recently recenU elected grand grandcommander grantconm grandcommttndcr
commander conm nder of the Grand Camp of Con Confederate Conlederate Confederate ¬
federate Veterans has Just issued orders ordersgiving orderscllng ordersgiving
giving the th names of the new grand offi officers 01Ucers olflcers ¬
cers and announcing the following ap appointments appointments appointmcnts ¬
pointments by the grand commander commanderCapt commllnderCapL commanderCapt
Capt Thomas Ellett of R R E E I JI Lee LeeCamp e eCamp earnp
Camp arnp Confederate Veterans No o 1 Rlcn Rlcnmord Rlcnmond Ricamord
mord adjutant general MaJ tl1j William V VBentley W WBentley WBentley
Bentley Twentyfourth Virginia Infantry Infantryof
of James Breathed Camp Confederate ConfederateVeterans ConCederateVeterans ConfederateVeterans
Veterans No S3 Pulaski and Lieut L LM
31 Blackford Twentyfourth Virginia In Infantry Infantry infantry ¬
fantry of R E Ise Camp No No2 2 Con Confederate ContCferate ConfeiJerate ¬
federate Veterans No No5 5 Alexandria Alexandriaaidesdecamp AJexandrlaaidesdecamp AlexandrIaaidesdecamp
aidesdecamp to the grand commander commanderThe commanderThe commanderThe
The following appointments are an announced announced announced ¬
nounced to Ull vacancies on the regular regularcommittees regularcommlttee3 regularcommittees
committees On history committee Capt CaptCharles CaptCharloo CaptCharles
Charles M Blackford of GarlandRodes GarlandRodesCamp GarlandRodesCamp GarlandBodesCamp
Camp Confederate C > nfedcratc Veterans No o 8 8Lynchburp 8Lynchbut1 SLynchburg
Lynchburg vice Dr Hunter McGuIre McGuIredied 11cGulredied Mctuiredied
died on committee on resolutions Gen GenSith GenSlth GetsSth
Sith Boiling of A P Hill Camp No 1 1Confederate IConfederate 1Confederate
Confederate Veterans No No6 6 Petersburg Petersburgvice Petersburgvice Petersburgvice
vice Col Col R R L Maury promoted com committee commlttee committee ¬
mittee to prepare a plan for more effective effectivecooperation etrectlvJcooperation effectivcooperation
cooperation between the camps of vet veterans veterans veterars ¬
erans and Sons of Veterans Capt CaptThomas CaptThomas CaptThomas
Thomas D Hanson of Stonewall Jackson JacksonCamp JacksonCal1P JacksonCamp
Camp Confederate Veterans No 25 25Staunton SStaunton 25Staunton
Staunton Va vice Ice CoL R L Maury Maurypromoted Maurypromoted laur laurpromoted
promoted Judge George L L Christian of ofR ofR ofit
R E E Lee Camp Confederate Veterans VeteransNo Veteranso VeteransNo
No o 1 1 Richmond Va is designated chair chairman chalrman chairman ¬
man of the history committee vice Dr DrHunter DrHunter DrHunter
Hunter McGuire deceased deceasedInspector deceasedInspector deceasedInspector
Inspector General T C Morton has ap appointed appointed appointed ¬
pointed the following Howlng assistant Inspectors Inspectorsgeneral Inspect inspectersgeneral s sgenera
general genera for the ensuing year First Con Congressional Congressional Congressional ¬
gressional district d dIstrict trict Judge John C Ewell Ewell1olUlenbeck EwellMillenbeck
Mlllenbeck postoffice Second Congres Congressional Congressional Congressional ¬
sional district Capt William B Browne DrowneNorfoU BrowneNorfolk BrowneNorfolk
Norfolk Third Congressional district districtCnpt districtCart districtCapt
Cart John Lamb Richmond Fourth Con Congressional Congressional Congressional ¬
gressional district dlstrlctCapt Capt Carter R Bishop BishopPetersburg BIshopPetersburg BishopPetersburg
Petersburg Fifth Congressional district districtCapt districtCapt districtCapt
Capt Harry Harr Wooding Danville Sixth Con Congressional Conre Congressional ¬
gressional re lonal district Capt C C Taliaferro TaliaferroRoanokc TaliaferroRoanoks 1 1Roanoke
Roanoke Seventh Congressional district districtCapt districtCnpt districtCapt
Capt R D Funkhouser nkhouser Maurertown MaurertownEiehth MaurertownEtrhth laurert wn wnEi
Eiehth Ei hth Congressional Con esslonal district Capt W V A AHlli A AHili Ahlili
Hlli Locust Dale Ninth Congressional Congressionaldistrict Congre Congressionaldistrict slonal slonaldIstrict
district Capt J J Rush Miller llller Pulaski PulasklTenth PulaskiTenth PulaskiTenth
Tenth Congressional district Capt J JScott JScott JScott
Scott Moore Lexington LexingtonNO LexingtonXO LexingtonNO
NO PARDON PARD S FOR On MISS WYATT WYATTGar WYTTGov WYITTby
Gar by Tyler Pecldes CecluiesItHia It UN III Duty nlll to Rcfnse RcfnseDespite RefnseJellpU Rcfnseiesplte
Despite Heavy lien Pressure PressureSpecial lrclurc lrclurcSpecial Lreu4surcSpecial
Special to The Washington Post PostRichmond PostRichmond PostRichmond
Richmond Va Dec 20 20Miss Miss lIss Annie AnnieWyatt AnnieWyatt AnnieWyatt
Wyatt the young oung saleswoman sent to Jail Jailfor jailfor jailfor
for ninety days for shoplifting will not be bepardoned bepardoned bepardoned
pardoned by Gov Tyler unless she shall shallproduce shallproduce shallaroduce
produce stronger reasons for the exercise exerciseof
of f clemency than those already presented presentedThis presentedlhls presentedThis
This decision which practically disposes disposesof
of the case was reached this afternoon afternoonand afternoonapd afternoonnpd
and the young womans friends were so soadvised soadvised soadvised
advised advisedGov advisedGov advisedGov
Gov Tyler has never had before him a acase acase acase
case that puzzled him so greatly Much Muchpressure Muchressure Muchpressure
pressure ressure has been brought to bear upon uponhim uponhim uponhim
him to grant a pardon on the ground that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the young woman who has always enjoy enjoyed enJoyed enjoyed ¬
ed a good go name and who Is of a good fam family family ¬
ily was not mentally responsible The Theexhibit Theexhibit
exhibit made however that nearly 51000 51000worth 1000 1000worth
worth of goods nearly all of which she sheadmitted sheadmitted
admitted having taken was found in her herroom herroom
room convinced the governor thai It was
his duty to refuse the pardon although
he knew he would be severely criticised criticisedas
as have been the former employers of
Miss Wyatt WyattTRANSFER WyattTRANSFER
TRANSFER OF OI 0210 21O ACRES ACRESPennsylvania ACRESPennylynnitt
Pennsylvania Syndicate Secure Ponies Poniesslon Poisesslots
slots of Went est Virginia Coal Land LandSpecial LandsSpecial
Special to The Washington Post PostWheeling FootWheeling
Wheeling W Va Dec 18The final finalsteps finalsteps
steps In the biff coal land deal which has
been under way inthls county for four fourmonths fourmonths
months were taken today when deeds deedswere deedswere
were recorded conveying 6240 acres of
land in thirtyfive separate but con contiguous contiguou5 ¬
tiguous pieces to William Dunlap who whoacts whoacts
acts for a syndicate of Pennsylvanians Pennsylvanlanswith
with headquarters at Unlontown The Theaggregate Theaggregate
aggregate payments amount to 181953
J V Thompson of Unlontown Uniont wn is the theprincipal theprincipal
principal owner of the syndicate syndicateAt
At Bellalre today a conference was
held between promoters representing CIa Cincinnati CIacinnati ¬
cinnati and Cleveland Interests and rep ¬
resentatives of Belmont County coal land landowners landowners
owners looking to the transfer of 3000
acres of coal land In that county The
conference is said to have resulted sat ¬
isfactorily isfactorilyTEX IsfactorhlyTEN
TEX YEARS FOR MURDERER MURDERERCourt MURDERERCourtScores
Court CourtScores Scores Julryfaryerulict Jury for Vcrllct In the Coin Cnnoof Coinof
of George Polltz PolltzSpecial ioiitzSpecial
Special to The Washington Port PortHuntington PostHuntington
Huntington W Va Dec IDGeorgo
Polltz who six months ago murdered loIs
business partner Peter Stantos burled
the body in the cellar and continued bus ¬
incas alleging that he had purchased his hispartners hispartners
partners Interest and that the latter had hadreturned hadreturned
returned to Europe was today sentenced
to ten years In the State penitentiary
The verdict of the jury was for second
degree murder with recommendation to
mercy In Imposing sentence Judge Mc
Glnnis took occasion to score the jury in
vigorous terms for the finding ot so mild
a verdict Other sentences imposed were
Wilson llson Price and Charles Hider seven
years each for burglary burglaryImree burglaryJarge
Imree Class Confirmed by Cardinal CardinalSpecial CardinalSpecial
Special to The Washington Post PostAnnapolis PostAnnapolis
Annapolis Md Dec 23 fiCardinal Cardinal Gib ¬
hens of Baltimore this morning confirm confirmed confirmed ¬
ed a class of seventynfne at St St Marys
Catholic Church The cardinal preached preachedan
an eloquent sermon to the class He said
they were about to receive in the sacra sacrament sacrament ¬
ment of confirmation the gift of the Holy
Ghost He urged them to cultivate its itsiScnci Itspresence
presence iScnci iScnciAfteii Afteii After l lve the ve c ceremony rem ° ny the cardinal
again ainln addressed nrmrAecA1 the IA clast and j jlife > taking < the
life of Charles Carroll of of Carrolton pro ¬
flounced a beautiful eulogy upon his char char ¬
acter closing It with CarVolls resume of oftended
the great blessings and many honors lie
had received yet at the end of life said
of all these his highest gratification
found in the fact that he had always at
tended to the theduties duties of lila religion religionWatchmans religiouatchtnn
Watchmans atchtnn Xnrnm nrrow Kcnpe from rota Death
Special to The Washington Post
Keyser w Va Dec 21An early
morning fire at Petersburg Grant Coun
ty destroyed the offices of the Brighton
tannery and came near resulting fatally
to John Mlnshall the night watchman
aiinsnall Minshalls s first knowledge that there was
fire In the building came from falling
coals He thought the ceiling was simply
on fire around the flue hole and began
throwing water from below when sud
denly and without warning warni g the roof and andcelling andceiling
ceiling fell cii upon him burying him be beneath beneath ¬
neath a mass of coal and flame He was WBHrescued wasrescued
rescued by citizens who rushed to th thscene the thescene
scene of the fire just In time to throw
water upon Mlnshall and prevent hl his be ¬
lag burned to death His two faithful
dogs stayed by his side and were con ¬
sumed In thc fire fire1lniinoo fireIIttioo
1lniinoo UarVr eir Veescis el > fot olLo Loot LootSpecial t tSpecial
Special to The Tb Wathlngton Poet PottNorfolk PoetNorfolk
Norfolk Va Dec 21 As the result of ofthc oftue
thc fire that occurred at the navy yard a aweek aweek
week ago a hundred men will be tempo temporarily temporacily ¬
rarily suspended MomWy A man hut been beensent beessent
sent to New York to replace draughts draughtsmans draughtsmans ¬
mans tpols destroyed About 3W of the theplans thepians
plans supposed to have lx been en destroyed
IXiMi1 have been wavered from the ruins of
building 31 Some of the plans can bo of ofKe
service Ke Nearly Iy all of the Plan plans o of the theT
battleahip T Texas i cruiser Raleigh a teh and
monitor Amphitrtte were recovered recoveredAiphrxinteil recoverjAaphyxieoed
Aiphrxinteil br I Isenpitig IsenpitigSpecial eapln Cut CutSptcial
Special ta Tne Tb Wastlszton Pott PottRichmond
Richmond Va a Dec 23SIdney L Dot
Ughelmer a popular young man of nine ¬
teen zion of Philip BottlKhcimcr was wascxphyxlated wasasphyxiated
asphyxiated In his room on Governor Governorstreet GovernorStreet
street today Ills death was duo to thc thcescape theescape
escape of gas through numerous leaks leaksin
in the pipe feeding a gas stove tove The Theyoung Theyoung
young nw man n wa was waked up at 11 oclock oclockand oclockand
and after lighting his stove tecllned on onthe onthe
the bed end fell asleep again When hU hUfather hisfather
father went to the room four hour later latertho laterthe
the son on watt apparently a asleep kep l but ut the thelittle thelittlo
little room was full ot ea gas and the young 5ounjrman youngman
man was dead
1
SWEEPING ChARTER GKAXTED1 GKAXTED1Xatlannl G1IANTEDItntlenal
Xatlannl Cokw eke nod Coal Compnnr with
i 1000030 Capital IncorporatedSposial Incorporated IncorporatedSpecial
Special to The Tb Wasale Waahiajoa t < ro Post PostRichmond PostRichmond
Richmond Va Dec 21 2iA A charter with withswooping withswooping
swooping privileges has been Den granted here hereto hereto
to the National Cok Coke and Coal Company Companywhich Comaaywhich
which proposes to do business In VirtlMia VirtlMiaThe VLtljiaThe
The authorized capital Is lCOOCi lM rhf rhfcharter rh rhcharter >
charter allows the manufacture put pase paseuse ia e euse
use or sale of coal and coke and all prod products prodnets ¬
nets composed In whole or in part oi 01 ooke ookeor ookeor
or coal in combination and to manufac manufacture ¬
ture all machinery apparatus and fix fixtures ¬
tures relating In any manner to the pro production production ¬
duction and u use w of coal and coke to carry carryon carryon
on the business of miners engineers oi oiliery oudlfery
liery proprietor and coke manufacturers manufacturersand
and to mine and sell coal and other min minerals miserals ¬
erals and substances substancesThe substancesThe
The charter allows the company to own ownland ownland
land not to exceed 100000 acres The prin principal principal ¬
cipal offices are to be maintained In thN thNcity thlecity
city and officers for the first year are as asfollows asfollows
follows President Cortland Betts of ofMorrlstown ofMorristown
Morrlstown N J vice president Carl A AMead AMood
Mead of New York City secretary and andtreasurer andtreasurer
treasurer Frederic N Gilbert of Now NowYork NiwYork
York YorkTheso YorkThese
These gentlemen with Arthur Starke Starkeand Starkeanti
and John G Saxe of New York City con constitute constitute ¬
stitute thc board of directors directorsSNAP directorsSt4tP
SNAP SHOT OF Ut A t THIEF THIEFAmateur ThIEFAnuusteur
Amateur Iliotosrniiher laced Camera In InHU inIii
HU Iii Inntrr with Irompt Result KcsiiltSpecial ResultSpecial
Special to The Washington Pest PestWinchester leotWinchester
Winchester Va Dec 21 21A A petty thief thiefwas thdefwas
was caught in a novel manner at Stephen StephenCity StephenCity
City this county yesterday afternoon afternoonFor afternoonFor
For some time past Mr W V Boyd Steele Steelchad Steelehad
had been missing flour and other articles articlesfrom artiolosfrom
from his pantry Mr Steele is an amateur amateurphotographer amateurphotographer
photographer and yesterday he so ar arranged atranged ¬
ranged a camera that if any one disturb disturbthe disturbed disturbedthe
the flour the photographic plate would be beexposed beexposed
exposed and a a snapshot of the thief thiefwould thiefwould
would be taken takenMr takenMr
Mr Steele went for a walk and upon uponhis uponhis
his return he discovered that the plates plateshad platesload
had been exposed The plates were Wore de developed developed ¬
veloped today and revealed the thief thiefbending thiefbending
bending over the flour barrel It Is an anexcellent n nexcellent
excellent photograph and will bo shown shownto shownto
to the thief who is well known to Mr MrSteele MrSteele
Steele SteeleSHOT SteeleShOT
SHOT WAITER UHO WAS AS SLOW SLOWfirutnl SLOWBrutal
Brutal Murder of n Cripple br a Drunken DrunkenItullronil DrunkenItrillrond
Itullronil Contractor ContractorSpecial ContractorSpecial
Special to The Washington Post PostKeyser PostKeysor
Keyser W Va Dec 23 23At At 12 oclock oclocklast oclocklast
last at Elklns Charles W V Fawcett a awaiter awaiter
waiter In a restaurant was shot and kill killed killed ¬
ed by a man named Vest a railroad con contractor contractor ¬
tractor and boss at the tunnel near that thattown thattown
town Vest came into the restaurant restaurantdrunk restaurantdrunk
drunk and ordered something to eat com commanding coinmanding ¬
manding Fawcett to hurry Fawcett who whoIs whois
Is badly crippled did not move fast enough enoughto
to suit Vest who pulled a revolver and andshot andshot
shot him through the left side sideAfter sideAfter
After the shooting Vest turning toward towardthe towardthe
the crowd vhlch filled the restaurant restaurantsaid restauranttaid
said I will kill any man who attempts attemptsto
to arrest me und will die before I will bo botaken hetaken
taken Then he coolly walked out out Paw Fawcett Pawcett ¬
cett was taken to Baltimore this afternoon afternoonin
in a dying condition Vest was captured capturedtoday capturedtoday
today after stiff resistance resistanceBECAME resistanceBECAME
BECAME A BRIDE IN JAIL JAILWest JAIIScst
West VircIniaRirl Virginia Girl Keeps Faith With Low Lover LowCr ¬
er Tli Tltotigli ouch He It is n Prisoner PrisonerSpecial PrisonerSpecial
Special to The Washington Post PostTazowell PostTazowell
Tazowell Va Dec 21 21Oliver Oliver Clemmons Clemmonsand Clemmonsand
and Miss Sallle Hill who live in the min mining mm mming ¬
ing district of McDowell County W Va Vawero Vawere
were to have been married today but a afew afew
few days ago Clemmons got Into a diffi difficulty dliiiculty ¬
culty for which he was incarcerated In the theJail thejail
Jail at Welch Yesterday the little woman womancalled womancalled
called on him in his cell and after a brief britjftalk brieftalk
talk approached the Jailer and asked that thatshe thatshe
she bo allowed to marry the prisoner then thenand thenand
and there Consent was finally granted grantedand grantedand
and a license was procured The prisoner prisonerwas prisonerwas
was brought from his cell and after the theminister th thminister
minister had performed the ceremony
Jailer Hufford took them to his private privateapartments privateapartments
apartments served them a good dinner dinnerafter dinnerrofter
after which the prisoner was again locked lockedup locke1up
up while the bride returned to her home homeTO homeTO
TO STOP JEEHS OF UNION MEN MENGlnsa MENGins
Glnsa Gins Compnnr ConipnnySeeitslnjuinction Seekn Injunction to Protect ProtectIts ProtectIts
Its Nonunion Worker WorkerSpecial VorkorsSpecial
Special tn The Washington Post PostWheeling PostWheeling
Wheeling W Va Dec 2LJudge Her Hervey Tiervey
vey hero today Issued a temporary In Injunction injunction ¬
junction restraining members of tho thoAmerican thoAmerican
American Flint Glass Workers Union Unionand Unionolud
and other from Jeering and using humil humiliating humiliating ¬
iating language toward the nonunion em employes employes ¬
ployes of the Eagle Glass Company at atWellsburg atWellsburg
Wellsburg WellsburgThe WellsburgThe
The company In Its petition alleged allegedthat allegesthat
that the nitroglycerine which recently ex exploded cxploded ¬
ploded among a crowd of young men and andboys
boys at Wellsburg with such deadly ef effect etfeet ¬
feet was Intended to blow up the Eagle EagloGlass EagleGlass
Glass Works although the connection Is Isnot isnot
not well sustained The glass workers workershave
have secured the best legal talent to fight fighttho fightthe
the injunction injunctionCHIEF injunctionCHIEF
CHIEF OF POLICE REMOVED REMOVEDClimax REMOVEDClimax
Climax of Three Week Inveiticatlon InveutigatioUrged
Urged brJUarar br Mttyor and Pastor PastorSpecial PastorSpecial
Special to Tin Washington Post iottNewport
Newport News Va Dec ID 19The Tho police nolicobeard policebeard
beard tonight decided to discharge Chief Chiefof Chiefof
of Police S J Howard for violating sec section seethen ¬
then 19 of the regulations which In brief briefis briefis
is neglect of duty dutyThis dutyThis
This is the climax of an investigation investigationlasting Investigationlasting
lasting over three weeks and Instigated Instigatedby
by Mayor A A Moss and Rev T B Hill Hillpresident lullpresident
president of the Law and Order League LeagueAn LeagueAn
An appeal will be taken to Corporation CorporationCourt CorporationCourt
Court under a special act passed by the tholast thelast
last legislature legislatureOLD legislatureOLD
OLD DOMINION NOTES NOTESRev NOTESRev
Rev J R Harrison pastor of mmanucl tmmanuelBaptist mmanuclBaptist
Baptist Church Richmond tendered his hisresignation hiseaignation
resignation yesterday to take effect Janu JanuTiryL JanutryL
TiryL TiryLThe tryL tryLThe
The Henry hone McShanc Company of HaIti Baltimore HaItimore ¬
more has been awarded the contract for forfurnishing forfurnishing
furnishing furnishing the boll for the new St Pauls PaulsCatholic Paulstatholic
Catholic Church at Portsmouth The boll bollwill bellwill
will weigh 6400 pounds and will be the thebe
largest in Eastern Virginia Its cost will
be 11000 11000Mr 1000 1000Mr
Mr and Mrs William Alsop of BpottsyJ Spottaylvania
vania County celebrated their golden wed wedding wedding ¬
ding recently having been married fifty fiftyyears fiftyyears
years Nearly all of their tholiand nine children childrenand
and nineteen grandchildren were present presenton presenton
on the occasion Both Mr and Mrs Ahop Alsopare
are well and hearty heartyNorfolk heartyNorfolk
Norfolk Navy Yard mechanics will bo boginning beginning
ginning January 1 receive Increased pay payThe payThe
The advance is from 100 < M to tS28 125 per day dttyand dayand
and applies to woodcarvrs Iron finishers finlshemaround finishersship
ship joIners machinIsts tool 1hande all allaround
around men floor and vise hands The Thaincroaae Theincrease
increase applies only to mechanics of the thefirst
first class
DEATHS IN MARYLAND MARYLANDRev MARYLANDRev
Rev T Jeffry Hopkins a preoeh preacher r In Inthe inthe
the African Methodist Episcopal Cburoh Cburohdid Chorobdied
did In Hagerstown yesterday aged about aboutseventy aboutsesenty
seventy year yearMrs yearsMrs
Mrs Mary A Bennett widow of B C CBennett CBennett
Bennett died at her home in Cumberland CumberlandFriday CumberMndFriday
Friday aged sixtytwo years She wn wes a anative anative
native of Martlnsburg W Va a and leave leaveflvo loaveslive
children childrenBenjamin
live S SBenjamin
Benjamin Brown a wellknown citizen of ofHageratown ofliagerstown
Hageratown died yesterday after a iln hagerfng
gerfng iflnoa aged about eighty years yearsHe
He esiied considerable property in Ha Hagerstown
gerstown He leave to wife ana a largo largofamily largefamily
family of children childrenAn childrentuoyereoailras
An tuoyereoailras Overcoatlr Millionaire MillionairePress lliiilonnireFrom
Press Ke sw Yolc Letter ta I KSMSS City Journal JournalOne JeornaiOne
One of thc sad sights to Millionaire MillionaireAdrian MliflonairoAdrian
Adrian leelln Jr walking up Broadway Broadwayen
en a cold col windy dusty afternoon wlthwit wlthwitan
an overcoat Such an afternoon was that thatof thatof
of Thursday HeroeS whistled howled howledcut howledcut
cut stung retied clouds of street With Withlifted filthlifted
lifted haw filled sari wr eye ye nostril and andopen andopen
open mouths with smut ijmudgc smudge and andraff
raff Notwithstanding his millions Iielm Isolinnever
never wore an overcoat Ills phy physique laue IK IKeomethlng issomething
something to be proud of Hi lila cutaway oeflewaycoat
coat fits lIke the paper on the wall set setting sethag
ting oft hU splendid bread shoulders Ho liealways
always wear wearS ft silk boat In the blast of ofThursday otThursday
Thursday it was In difficulties M the raS raSllonalre mitlionaire
llonalre fttruKcled homeward He looked lookedi
MO cold that people of companion turn turnIng
lag for a second or third glance remark remarktd remark1d
td What a nice man to be without withou an anovercoat
overcoat Tbi This U l le11e lla only eocen eocenttlclty
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