THE 1 MATHEWS JOURNAL
VOL. IX. * MATHEWS C. H.. V/V, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7. 1912 NO. 36
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Ausist?nt OensTtat Mi si
STORY OF MURDER
OF BALTIMORE GIRL
CHICAGO, Special.?Sophia, Ger?
trude Singer, a young divorcee who
came from Baltimore three weeks ago
with William Worthen. whs murdered
ia her room in a lodging house at
3 2 29 Indiana Avenue, sometime be?
fore midnight Monday night. Mystery j
and brutality are features of the
crime. Th.? woman was drugged, gag- I
ged. arms and legs bound anu her :
skull fractured in five places.
Charles D. Oonway, a professional
diver, and Mary Kyall, or ('cmway.
his supposed wif?>, are missing. W'or?
then. a former lloltimoro street car
conductor. Is In the hands of the po?
lice. Bobbery Is believed to be the
motive, for Miss Singer had Jewels
valued at over $1.000'and about II,
000 In currency.
Wort hen tells a straightforward
story und th?? police believe he ha*
told all that he knows. Worthen
lived with Miss Singer as her hus?
band. II?- says they bad made ar
rangements to marry this w??ek. but
if SO th?T?- Is only his word for It.
Th?> Con ways. Worthen and Miss
Singer occupied two bedrooms anil a
parlor on the first floor of Mrs. Julia
McCarthy's rooming house, at 3229
Indiana Avenue. They had only been
In the house one day. All four were
in their rooms at I P. M. Th?-u Wor?
then Ment out. Mrs. McCarthy went
calling. Miss Minnie S?*ipi?. a nurse,
who lived in the house was th.- ?inly
lilooil Iir?t lli??*oM*r?-?l.
Mrs. M(?-;trthy returned at 11 P. M.
Worthen returned at midnight. He
tried to ?liter his room and found the
?loor locked. He received no response
to repeated knot-kings?. He ?*all???i Mrs.
McCarthy and sh.-. accompanied by
Miss S?-ipp, Mint to the room. Th?
nurse discovered blood stains ??n th.
carpet baiiing from Miss Singer's
room. Worthen force?! the door. There
was no one 1n Miss Singer's room.
Walking through the parlor into Con
Way*S room the body of Miss Singir
was ?lis. ..? ered, -.?tapped in a blanket
on the floor.
Th?- effect of tin- murderous worti
Mas unfolded wh.-n th.- blank??t was
removed by the police. A towel sat?
urated with chloroform had been
forced Into the throat. < >v?-r this an?
other towel. Steeped in the ?Irug. had
been ti?d and fastened In a knot be?
hind th?" head. Th<* temples and fron?
tal portions of the skull h;id been
The instrument, a ?lo.?r knob tied
In a handkerchief, with wrapping of
shoe laces for a handle was found
near th. body. All Miss Singers money
and Jewelry w?trr* mlsalng. Her cloth?
ing (she had a beautiful wardrobi ?
had been ran*-a<-l--.-ii and t??sn?-d about
th?* room. Th?- pair are believed t?
i?e in the city and s thorough search
for them by a half hundred poll? ? i?
<*?>n**a?- Lo?? a Ktxnt llece-ntl*..
Ooawey. wh?. i? thirty-eight y*ai
ag<*. lost his rijrht foot lost winter *ad
only recently left th.- hospltiil. The
amputated limb *tm re<*utr?-s treat?
ment and surgeons at the Provident
Hospital a?art that h?- ??in soon i><
comptll.-d to enter anoth.-r hospital ??r
Alf of gangrene.
Worth.n ami *>il.*-s Sing? r left Kaltl
more tlir.-i- woks ago. Sh. had visit?*.l
relative? in Chicago **v*ral time* b?
fore. They are Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Harmon, of 23 I Norwood Avenu.- O*
arriving bare. Misa Singer, who ban
l>?-?-n iii corresponden?-** with Mrs. c??n
Way ur Ryali. Whom sh.- hail kn-.vi,
two years age In Baltimore, *r*a la?
duced by Mrs Con way to take t!:.*
Woi tli?.n testillcd at ti??' imiuest that
h?> was h salesman, and hml kn???vn
Miss Singer for fo.ir years. His health
tail.-.l and he t.?ok an Outdoor .fob as
>tr?-?-t car conductor.
He then d?-tai':?-.i ah his movement*.
Which left the police without suspicion
DOWN BY AUTO
ALMOST tCVBItV ll<?\i: IN I'.VTHOl,
MAX1 llllUl IIHOKK.X?LKFT
ill IN?! IM I'VKlv.
XK\V YORK Sp?>cial.? Patrolman
l'.-tei- Kitzsimmou.i was killed in ?*?-n
tral Park early to?la.? uh?n h? was lilt
by an automobile eontalnlag ;? party ?.f
Hallowe'en Joy-rldera On? ????man and
t?v*ral men ure believed to have been
in the limousine, which speeded *W*y,
.UK the policeman dying In the
Almost every bone in Fitzsimmons'
bo.ly was broken.
STREET CAR STRIKE IX JACKSON
\ ILLE CONTINUES TO CAUSE
GENERAL DISTl BBANCK.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Special.
Engineers and electricians
employed in Ihe |K)\\ir plant*, of
the l?M*al str?vt i-allway sys|??ins
totlay tlir?>at<?n?Hl lo join the strik?
ing ?ar workers unless th?? com?
pany fonsent.s to treat with the
titiz?*iis have presented a p??ti
tlon to lh<? Mayor and sheriff ?le
maiiding tl??? r?"i*all of the Stale
militia. Adjutant ??'eneral Foster,
of the militia, ami the personal
repr? s<?iilative of the ("overnor,
?ItH-lare?! lie would us?? his in
f!iu?n?*?? Mith tlu? traction ?*oiiipany
fi? |M?r.sua?l?* it to tr?*at with the
Never Too Late to Fat.
NTBW Y YORK. Special Just to prove
that Now Rochelle cannot be beaten by
Wlnsted (Conn.), there Is on exhibi?
tion in the show windows of A. H.
Cole & Son. II Mechanic Street, a
spray of tine, ripe raspberries.
Mr. Cole snys the spray was one of
several on his hushes at Highland
Park. Some of the berries have rip?
ened since the branch was placed in
the window. Mr. Cole has lived ir
New Rochelle twenty-seven years, and
does not remember an October as mild
In Mr. Cole's window also are
quinces grown on his place. Some are
Pleven inches in c!reumf?'rence. and
130 were picked from one email tree.
The Annual Catastrophe.
Dad hides th?* bankroll In the stove
And shuts the parlor door.
Of hanks, dad says he can't approve.
You've h?'nrd that said before.
October comes with bree2es cold
And M*e have frost once more.
Ma says she thinks It's getting cold.
You've heard that said before.
Ma lights a fire In father's bank;
The smoke begins to pour.
Dad runs In yelling: "Blank, blank,
You've heard that said before.
**?'?*!th as Referee.
NEW OttL-EANS, I^A.~- 5r*<Mal.?Ed
?vnrd Smith, sporting editor of the
'?bleparo American, Is to referee the
A.d Wolsj -?st-Joe Mnndot ten-round
bout here next Monday night.
After a wrnnele bet?veen the man
f-'crs of both lightweights, which laat
~f? almost three d-?ys. Smith wa? se?
lected. There will be no decision
rendered In this battle, this being one
r?f the demands made by the cham?
pion beforo Signing.
Republican managers are plaster?
ing the country with proclamation? ol
th?* existing prosperity and warning
voters against th? peril of a Demo?
cratic victory, which will upset every?
thing. That's all right enough for
Republican*?. They are In a tight
.place and' thl? pro?perit Is a powerful
' ?ampaigner. We do not wonder that
they s??ek to make the most of lt. It
Is necessary only, however, to open
the peoples' eyes to Woodrow Wilson'?
position ?S r?>gards business and the
t.irirr. This Is what he says to his au
'"We don't want to disturb the In
| diiHtry- of the country. ? ? ? The
I ??han Res (In the tariff) which we mak??
|8hould b?' m.ule only at ?uch a rate
and in such a way as will l.-aat Inter?
fer?? with the normal and healthful
cour??- of comm?>rce anu manufac?
There is nothing In this to alarm
the most devout disciple of proseprlty.
ami there is everything in Woodrow
WIIson'8 promis?? to reassure lh?- most
p.t?si?Tilstlr. It is not a secret that
Woodrow Wilson Is a profound states?
man as well as a gentleman who
speaks the truth.?Staunton News
IN AUTO SMASHUP
Automobiles Collide Following
Hallowe'en Party in New
HEW YOR?.- SpeciaL?Miss
I.y?liu L-o?k<?. a m-ll-known ?*<?
pram? sin?*,?*!', and on?? or th?* ??tars
at 0?xar Hiuiuiu-r-uln ?, London
o|>??ra lions?-, ?rsM fatally Injured
?*arl> l<??lay it? an uutoiiiobili?
?-nia-li-iip at Tliirtl Avenue anil
T\\?*iu>-third sii???-i. Mita L?o?-k?'
wa?? pinned h??ii< ulli on o\crturn???d
rar und IlstlltSaWj <?rii-?li???l.
Tin* <*rusli followed a Hal
low?*'?*n laart.v at th?? Little Ilmi
gury r<--tuurant. which Ml?
I.oi'ko bail attend???! with a f??\v
rrieini??. She ?MM on her way
horn?? wli?*n another motor ??ar
?*ra-h???I Into the one in which
slu? was riiling.
Pour <Hlu*r |>ci Mills w??re 1??-*
?i.o\<; BATPIN8 OR WE I
BtTARVK,** n.v wosiKN
SYDNEY. N. S W. Special.? For
Wearing hatpins that protruded u>?>
far sixty women, most of them prom?
inent In ?ociety, wer? tried, convicted
and flned Wi-ilncsday In a 8>*dn?'>
court. They went to j;iil rather than
pa] th.-ir lines, di?clariiig they wttuld
DOt submit t<? "lni<jultous and unnec?
Th? city authorltle? face a situation
similar to that growing out of th"
suffrage dentonatration In England.
BS lb?- v.nni. n assert that if further
:irr?sts ami linprisonnitiit ?are t*trd?**r?8d
i is?* et the h.upln onlinance they
win declare s hunger strik.? in jail.
Fxa?*t Tinu? ?>f the W?>rl?I.
PARIS. SiMKrlal ?The exact time at
B given moment in America nn<l
Europe Will b.- ?stahlish??! shortly by
\\ ir?-l?-ss tel? i*r.iph> . About the middle
of Nov?-mb??r it Will Im- pO?IMS for the
lirst time to ??stnblish with precision
th? longitudes of America and Europe
in their relation to each other by tho
??m-hange Of wireliKu signals between
th? "treat station at Arlingt<.n, Va., and
th?* Eiffel Tower In Paris and other
Commander 11. U. Hough, at th?* In?
ternational-Tim?? Ponieren???? here, said
th?' ??bscivalory In Washington was
now ?Ustrlbuting time with srrors of
only one-thousandth part ot" a se?*on?l.
Hitherto European imi Am?**rican time
hSS been established by cable, allow
ai'.i'en b? ing mads ??*>r loss ?>i time in
transmission, and it has been accu?
rately tixeii only three tlm?.?- ir
1S70 and 1872.
*?lltv iii;i.?ia\r A?'ii:n
i> lioi x? Kit, IT*? > \ll>
NEW YORK. Sp?cial. Averting that
Mrs. o. H. P. Belmonl hn?l esaayrd th?
role ?>f ? bouacer Fridas at her lunch
room at Nos. 13-15 Hast Forty-nr--t
Street, Mrs. Ali?-.' Clancy, of No ICI
Fifth Avenu?, went t?> the Jefferson
Market Court and g<?t ? .lane Dee sum?
mons for Mrs. i*. munit to appear in
?out ? next Monday morning at 9
Mrs Clency, who I? .i dressmaker,
said that Mrs. lb-lmont had eject?.1 her
from the lunch room, recently ?slab?
lor working wom?-n.
"She pushed me out beeaua? I ?ti?in't
hav?' the right check." said Mrs I'lan
'Why. I can't believe that Mrs Bel?
ment would ?1?? such a thing." ??a!d
Magistrat? Murphy, "but I'll give you
:i summons for the person who pushed
you out of the room."
"?'an t I hav? an ??Itlcr'.'" asked Mrs.
"No." replied Magistrate Murphy. I
wouldn't want to humiliate Mrs Bel?
mont If it was she."
Fear That Duesseldorf H Was
Carried Out Over the
STUTTGART. GERMANY ? Special
Alarmed at the cont.nued absence of
new? i rom th? balloon 1 >u-*seldorf II.,
which starte?1 as an unofficial entry in
the race last Sunday With two Am. r:
cans in the basket, the A?ronauttc.il So
CietJ has begun trying to trace the bal?
It is feared that the Dusseldorf II.
was carried out over the Baltic S?'M.
The Americans on board were John
Watts. Of Kansas Pity, Mo., the pilot,
and Arthur T. Atherholt. of Philadel?
phia, a passenger.
The balloon has not been heard from
since it 1? ft here five ?lays ago.
The nineteenth balloon to lan?l was
the lie D? France, of France.
W1FK A SrFrTVXt.KTTF.
UK t.KTS A DIVORCK
BOSTON, Sp??cial.?Because she wa*j
a suffragette and Insisted on working;
for her living ?ven after they wore
married. Edward II. Winter souieht a
[livores Monday from Maude II. Wln
ter. In tne MutTolk County Court.
"My wife could not be content with
the home I provMfod f??r her." Winter
told the Judge, "and declared ?he
wasn't going to sit at home and do
nothing. She sal?! It was a woman's
place to work as much us her husband
"In spite of my objections she ob?
tained a position In a big ?Vepartment
store. ? >ne day she disappeared and
I have heard nothina* of her since."
Winter obtained hi? dedcree.
The Republican snell -binders and or
gans that are persistent In pointing
American worklngmen to "tin- hard
times of IS*?**-97" as Illustrating what
t' ?v would have to expect under Demo?
cratic administration. are extremely
careful to make no slightest mentinr
of the worse times of 1907-00 acttiallv
?\?>? rleneed under Reoubllean regime
President Taft stood on a table at
Brooklyn Wednesday night to make
an address. The table was takln?; a
ion?** chance.?Newport News Pre??.
NEWS OF HORSES
SOME Bil? PRICK? REALIZKD
FOR PAMOUS THOKOl ?.HlUtrl?
STALLIONS AND MARES.
(By W. J. Carter.)
To those who follow the varying
fortunes of the thoroughbred horse it
Is Interesting to note *om.? of those
which have sold from time to time
for tidy Bums, in fact, an aggregab
amount that be a comfortable fortune
for most persons. of American pur?
chasers w. O'Brien IfcDonougla, of
California, heads the list Mith Or?
monde, the "Horse of the Century,'"
which, after importation from Buenos
Ayrss to thi? country, proved him
practically Impotent and the In.SSt
ment resulted in i Heavy loss. In
addition, how.-v.-r, to the purchase
price of the famous son of Bend < >r
It cost a nice sum to land him from
South America, via England, to the
United State*. Following the pur?
chase of Ormonde < ;ime that of Bock
Band by August Belmont for |125.
oiiit. whose bf?*edtng establishment in
Kentucky, the son of Sainfoin, head
?-?1 until his ree?-nt sab- to be tak?-n
back to Europe.
Roch Sand is a. brown horse,
foaled in 1*?0??. imported in 1906. by
Sainfoin (winner of the Derby), out
?>f l'o<|Ufbrune, by the gr?-at St.
Simon, an?! earned while on th?- turf
.?40. Winning the Derby.
Leger, Princess of Wales Stakes. '
HardwtrCke Stakes, Two Thousand
Guineas, Jockey Club Stakes. ? t?-.
Rock San?l was imported from Kng
lan?l by Mr. Belmont at ra cost of
$lL'5.0?)f> and h?- s<>i<i turn t?> this syn?
dicat* for $140,000. Hi- is a much
cheaper horse now at $140,000 than
.s when Mr. Belmont paid ?i'.*3.
? ? C> '> for him. f?.r h?- is th.? sir.? of
about the l*i? s' two and thr.-?--year
olds in England this aeasOB ?if not i
the b.-st? In Rock Flint and Tricery
(winner oi th?- st. Leger).
? ? ?
Charhs lt??d, of Tennessee, p
1100.0'jO at public auction tor
Blaise, and his bid being the sir
one made for the chestnut stallion
??till anuses comment. Adam, the :
son of Flying Fox anil Amie, by C?a- i
mart, w.ls purchased some six years
In Trance by the Millstream . <
Stud, of Kentucky, for $?'.50?J. and ,
atfter several years of stud duty In
the Blue Qrsaa was shipped back to |
the l-'r.-nch republic ami sold a* .tui?
tion for $58.000. Other sabs of hon
for big prices In this country include ]
Her. ITC.i.OO; Water 71,- ,
Hamburg. ?.$70.000; Hermls, $60.- ,
000. Nasturtlurh. $50.000; D<- Mund,
$46,00?.?; The Commoner. $41.000; \
Kentucky, $40.Out-?; Ring Thor.
which sold as a. yearling for $3S,000
and nei er earned his salt, etc., etc.
Prices ahroud, how? v.r. have ruled
hliihtr thun those in Am. n< h. s?-?-ing
that Flying Fox sold for $189,000;
\al d'Or, $170.000; Cell? n?-, < 17.^,7
Diamond Jubilee, $150,0??". Sc?-ptr.-.
1125.000; Lancaster, $110.000; Gait.-?
M..re. $110.000; Ard Patrick, $110.- :
ooo; Duke of WeaUnlnster, $i"r.,O00;
Gouvernant. $lu0,00*0. etc.
. . .
Herman Fllpp??n, the well-known
running horse trainer, is now man?
aging a 1,200-acre farm near Esmont,
in Albemarle county, where the big
Virginian owns s?-v?*ral line brood
mares and some promising youngsters,
including two promising yearlings by
the dead Fatherless, one of them
being out of Toots and the other
from Bell?* Andrews, ?lam of that
good steeplechaser, Woodside. He
has two weanlings out of these ma
b) Celt, son of Command??, and last
spring both patrons w?re br.-d to
Gloriner. FUppen also owns the art
pleehsse mare, Unie If., s wlnnei
many races, by 1-iatiands. out <?f Lis
ade M., by Bolus, and a couple
five-year-Old maidens by Norwood
that have only been broken and
schooled over the jumps this fall and
show much prural
. . ?
Haines* racing forme?! at Kmporia
probably th?- most Interesting feature.
No pureas wer? offered runners* A
gentlemen's driving race and s rab
event for 1:11 trotters and 1:18
pacers ma?)?- up the cardon ?>p?-ning
day. which went to the pacing mare.
Anna C. in slow time. In the 2:14
pace on W?-?ln?-s?lay the local mar??,
R?~*a>ebud McKlnney, s-stablished
track record of 'J: 14 V? In the first
heat, which was equaled in the sec?
ond by Atcyne, ?sinner of the third
and fourth heats anil race. ?~?n the
same day Berka, daughter of I'.ingara.
who was second to Moelle In th?- 2:17
early closing trot at Bichmond an?i a
winner of a like ?vent at Peteraburg,
ed another victory in straight
heats. On Thursday Russell Cosine
romped h<.m.- In the 2:11 class an?!
Patty Bird, a r?,.in ?laughter of Jay
Bird, had no trouble in winning th?- i
trot. Th?- 2:'JO pace, another
early closing evert, resulted in a
bruslng ra.-?-. Rosebud McKlnney
won th?> first and s? eon?l h?-iits. Major
the third ami fourth; then Dr.
Wilkes was the first in the fifth and
on th?' following ?lay won the sixth
and seventh heats and race. Th*- fea?
ture event of Friday was tlie free
for-all pace, Which Ment to Foot
Prince, -.'rlOVi. the star of the rit?
man stable, who won with ease ami !
establish?-?! a new track record of '
? ? ?
The Emporia Fair opened on Tu? s
day. and with sunshln?' and s balmy
atmosphere interest n?-ver wan?-?! un?
til Its close on the following Friday.
Kmporia Is the county seat of Green?
ville, ami a thriving agricultural com?
munity eontrihut??s to the prosperity
of the town, whose growth during the
last decade has been rapid, with rall
road anil manufacturing Interests as
factors well worth considering. Cot?
ton, peanuts and tor*acco ?re staple
products of the? county, ?nil those
Who grow these commodities add ma
(??rlally to the volume of deposits re?
ceived by the banking houses In town.
It. J. Oreen is president of the Km?
poria Fair and he han an energetic
associate In Colonel E. E. Goodwin,
whose vigor of h??alth and energy are
reflected In his work. With the Joint
nosltlons of secretary and treasurer
Colonel Ooodwin is also general man?
ager of the association, and in I91*f
a dividend was ileclared by the stock?
BORT?N. Nov. 1.?No clergyman
officiated at the funeral of Daniel E.
?^aswell, of aVtelroSS, Wednesdav. se?
lections on a talking machine, all f.i
vorttcs of the ?lead man. being the
t?nly service held for him.
?oren Tor ?ears for his many ec?
centricities, a number of friends and
nelsrhbors gathered at his home to
attend the unlo"?? service. Mr. Cas?
well had ever been opnosed to the
conventional funeral, with its custom?
ary religious service.
H??s the*--*- for a |an? time ??x??*?*?.?
<n this nstlon sn unhnlv pnrme?-**?!*
hi.tn-fpn c-'?->^ked hnsi?????"? ????d ero?"?'*??'*
nollti?-?? Then the I?enubM?-?an p?rt?
*???>?*. ?*.-?#???, on?* of t???? nartne?*??. Who
extf-nd^-t to these Interest-?, which ??*?*
no?** ?.oXorl tr???i?? tr?f? ?T*e??*?*ll n?-?\-l
t?*?*?? .-???!/.?. ??*h??^ ?v^rn t?-> ?????itroy
eomtwtltlon and establish bate..*, nv?.
nopolies? Who malntainad those prlvi
?3ANDS SMITH, St., Pr?s.. J. P. >?*OTTI NOFl ??.M. V.-Prrf? der
THE BANK OF MATHEWS. Inc.
Paid Up Capital $25,000
MATHEWS C. H., VA.
g*-*4iclt? th? ????counts of Arms sod Individuals and offers to ej?r-u**s*rs
-?i ?ocommedatlcn consistent with *jood banking
ivterest Allowed On SsTlng? Accounts.
Hours: 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. Saturdays, 9 A. M. to I 2 M
leges until great ;?nd exclus!v? indus?
trial combinations threaten the In
Integrlty of the liberties <>t this pe<>
pie*? There us no ?-ourit in the awful
indictment which the American people
are. bringing ?gainst Uie itepubln an
party to which thcj will in conscience
be permitted to plead guilt
highest court in this nation will con?
vene on the lifth of November next,
re the judgment ?? ?t of public
opinion the Republics? part) will i>.
convicted and condetontiL It will not
meet defeat, hat snnltfUatlon. Wln
RAISE FUND TO SAVE j
ALLENS FROM DEATH !
R I C H M O N D, VA?Special?
Ea?'b ?lay adds to the liitereft In
the movement designed t? bring about
intliu-nci-s that may ?ave Floyd and
"laude Allen, the Carroll county gun
rnen? 2r?>m th?- ??!??? trie chair on No-!
. ember ?2d.
Particularly is sympathy ?xpressedl
Maude Allen, the son who follow-j
ad his fathers lead in th? fearful
ihootlng, ?nd i.s now Under sentei
.<> sisare his parent's fate.
Nobody thinks thai the two con?
ned men should be too leniently
i.alt with. Th? most thai is asked is
.: ol dealii M'lUi'rifi'S tO
On every si is expressed that
tuff telen t funds may be raised lor the
to enable them to tight
their rase In the Virginia Court
I?,- i that is. if th? ti?.?- Judge?
?t tribunal .?-?? tit to allow a writ
. . .-r.ir.
As Ml stat? d in this paper the li\ ? (
"i til-- state penitential*]
ncline to thimi that clemency should i
.- ? Floyd and ?'lande Allen.
M..-S1.?. Cohen and Bcherer have open-j
> avowed their purpose to ?lo what
they ?an in the matter. And their I
Latte? will paTobtubly unite wlthl
Th? Rev. i?r. Q?Borg? \v. McDanlel.1
: First Baptist Church, siso
- .1. .-ply Interested in the Aliens snd
. p.? iaiiy in Claude, wh
ha? much lmprt?scirt him. lie said
this morning that with the present
lights b? lore him, he was firmly of
the <-pinion that the young man should
not go to the chair.
Dr. McDanicl and the Rev. J. J.
Scherer, of the First English Lu?
theran Church, are the spiritual ad
?h?' prisoners. Th.- All
???peeially ?eked tor these two mln
n.-r ruaehlng i:i. hmond.
Incidentally the movement in l<
of th?- All? ns has developed th?
that many Virginia p?>ople no*,
only oppose the exeeution of the Csr
idi but the Infliction
, . nishment In say rssu
Oeorge B, White, s member of the
local bar, in the following seit-ex?
planatory letter to thifl paper, has
I nie Interesting things to say on this
subject. Here is his letter:
1 ? nclose my check, payable to
your order as trustee, In the sum of
$2. One dollar of this sum was hand
ed to me by a husband anu ?rife to
be delivered to you as a starter on
raising a fund for the Aliens. I hav?
added a like sum. I trust that you
will see tit to announce ami open a
Bubtscription column in your paper for
the benefit of these persons.
"The parties who handed me the
money stated that they had no sym?
pathy with the crime committed.
Neither hav?? I. N'everthehss, I do
believe that the accused should be
giv??n all the aid necessary, and e?
pe?ially by the law-abiding citizens,
that they may know by that fact that
law is not unjust and that there is
such a thing as a fair deal under all
"I do feel sorry for the poor old
State that has to commit murder sim?
ply because some one under peculiar
circumstances kills another. Confine
law-breakers, but do n?>t take their
life sad call it justifiable homicide
De?ath penalty for any crime shows
the temperament of a people not thor?
oughly lawful thenrtselves. I believe
90 per cent. Of lawyers would favor
abolishing death penalty In nearly all.
If n?.t all, cases.
"I would like to see your paper
?tait a subscription for these outlaw?-.
that they may have h? ?p If they
ONLY TWO SURVIVORS
ON SINKING SHIP
Three-Masted Schooner Stranded
SOBPOLK. V.W- Special.?
With the only two surviving
members ?>?' tlu? crew too w??uk
to accept the line ofiero?! tliciu
by tin* life sa\??rs, a tlir????-masted
s?.'h<x>ii?*r Mes? straiuled about a
ralle .?outheasi of the new lnl??t
111?? saving stathm. and the ves*?el
Li rapidly poumling to piet-e?. It
Li f??ar???l that the men ?avili per-*
ish, although the lire sav?*rs will
make ??wry eflort t?> save them.
Th?* wind i.s high and the *?ea
The name of the ve?***ol ha*? not
In the Boudoir.
The primitive colors are the one?
approved for the lingerie schem?-? of
the day. Instead of trying the effect
of ?trange hue?, such as flame and
puce, pale baby blue and the old
faahloned pink? are used ue ribbon
threading? and as the foundation of
muslin negligee Jackets and rest
Dr. M. S. FOSTER
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