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<'ereinony Takes l>|?re y?letlv in I
Ashcvllle, N. V.?Hot h Are
l*ronilnoii(.
"ANCR AT \VliSTMOItKI(A\|)
Mrs. Andrew Jackson Montague I{o
reivefi Witl, Mrs. William A.
?'ones In (ion<?r <?f Mrs. William !
?Fennln^H Itrvan. I
i
Of much Interest to the uJtrafnihlon- I
a In of ln Richmond. ;ih wo|| ;i* to i
soolrjy throughout. Virginia and North
' aiollna. is i ii<- announccmerit of th?>
ma rrlarte of .Mr?. Mnrv ,otIMa?v
?laughter of Mrs. Alice Connally, r.?.
inerly of thin city, to H. D. McDonald,
Ashevllle, x t ceremony h tving
taken pla.-o very quietly In that place
"h Wednesday. The bride I.s one of ihe
leaders of the Vanderhllt social set in
Ashevllle and <R a of ,\lr?. I'houias
M. Ruthcrfoord, of Itlchmond. Mho has
spent much of hoi time in this olt>
\lsitlhp relatives.
I onoorolnu >1 !??? H?nuige.
^ Miss Isabel Itamagc, of oi 1 City, j'n
?las been spcndltiK several days ni
Baltimore as the ?uest of .Miss Roberta
I. louse on rit. Paul Btrect, iuut<.
to Iwr homo from I'lneliurst. N i;
where sh* has been visiting friends for
?-oNie time -MIss House nave a card
party Wedensday afternoon in honor
ller, RUPS,#' ,!i,! decorations being In
jutiK flow?>rs and shaded lights
Miss Hamage frequently visits in
Richmond as the KU"st of hot slater
?mis. II. Dugan Oolsaii.
V estmorelaml t luli
The supper daiicc this evening at thr
A ?;stmoreland flub will ?,??!? ?
?r v, continued until j"
rh?s* hour? are to I,.- observed fo"r i
tins fiance only, and the weekly dan<<
at the cluh will lor.'after !i>"iu from
?v.?0 to ij *;ft o'clock.
I'.ntertnlned In >orfolk.
lllss Mary Wesson Is visiting h ->r 1
nephew. Major Jam.* I' Jerv.;,-, I'tiif-d
Army, and .\|,s. Jorvey at Nor
.olk, where Major Jerv.-v, who i-s i
inember of the l.'nlted States |J?Kliiecr
ln? Corps. Is stationed. On Mondav i
they a nd a party of f re fid a went on thi,
Kovcrnninu post to Kostress Monro.
they were guests of Captain arid'
?Mis .Smith arid Mrs Davis, widow of
Judg* At wood Davis Davis Is
the mother of Mrs Charles M Wesson I
and .Mrs. Smith. Major Wesson belli-'
a nephew of Miss Wesson. KoiloAinu
luncheon. Hi.- part) went to Cap..
i>arl?*. returning to Norfolk In the
??v enlng.
>ll*? Vulllo nt I'nlm llrn.h
Miss Kilen Vullle, of Ne-.v Vork. who
wJii?!!?" w.* "?CPnt "f >?l*s KUcn
\ right Wise at her borne here, i*
^iiendlntf the l.onten season at I'alm
ih.I, II :i Vul,h>'? costume at
he hall ?ivcn Tuesday evening at tbe
Royal Polnclana was a stunning affair
of scarlet chiffon and bodice of crystal*
A number of Interesting functions
were glv. i, f?r Miss Yuille during her
na> in itlchmulid.
?lr?. MoniUKUr Iterctves.
Mrs. William A. Jonen, wife of Heme,
ntntivo .1 ones, of Virginia, was ho-t
-ps at a huffet luncheon Wednestlav at
i." I" Washington, having about
Mvty guests to meet .Mis. William .Jen
nings Hi.van. Ihe house was beautiful
l> decorated with tlowers. Tall crvstul
vahes nilyd with American Deautv'.,?d
biiiond roses, adorned th.- ilrawliiu
loom, and ii?o mantel in the i.-. .Mi.,,.
room W' as bai.ke.l with
narcissus and fusla. KiII;...,.-v roa.-J
decorated the table in tJi. dini,,?-roo.,i
w hero the mantel was bank.-,| U lth
ferns and primroses. An or. l.oMra of
h-irp. violin, and Tint.- plav..,|. ;iIllj Harrv
>tevens, tenor. satiK fiuring th?- break'
v'nUet wl',? 0"Cr W?,r" ,l KOWn of
, V ;? ? "0,,,t la'? !""1 diamomls.
MIbs Anne Heyniour Jones, who assist
ed her mother, woro ?own of apricot
< harmeuse trimmed with fur and Kr.|.|
lace riiel, guest. Mlsa Clizah.-th Hart
-I Charlottesville-, w,?.- Iip|lt hlue cb-.r
meuse, coinhined with shadow lace ,i
trimmed with pearls and pearl
ments Mrs. Jones vv?s assisted also by
Mrs. Josoph,is Daniels, Mrs. Joseph 1:
I?smKnja,ni,::C$,rrV FT"' d'* Mari
Mrs Andrew Jackson Montague '"o}
l.l.hmond, wife ?f , oman Mon
IfOStfMHCn nt Ten.
Ilostesses for the Indoor uolf tea nt
?'if Jefferson Hotel this afternoon in
lude Mrs. .1. M. Rosenhaum, Mr.?. Fran);
l>uke and .Miss Martha Maury Itobin
sop. A number of the younper society
girls will assist, ami She tallies will be
decora tort In roses and daffodils. These
teas are for the benefit of the open-air
schools of Richmond, anil are given un
<1 *?-r the patronage of some of the best
known women of the city
of Interest Here.
Mrs. May Walton Kent, of Wythe,
ville. hut formerly of this city, who has
been the guest of friends In Shelby. X.
Is leaving on Monday for Florida,
whero she will visit Judge and Mrs.
Samuel C. Ornham at their winter resi
dence at *'ity I'olnt. Mrs. Kent expect.**
to return to Virginia about the middle
of March, when she will give a nutn
her of recitals in this State. A number
of interestinp functions have been given
in honor of Mrs. Kent in Shelby.
She is a delightful anil talented musi
cian and was beard with pleasure by
the Shelby public at Inrpe in her first
public recital in the graded school audi
torium Inst Frldav night.
IMnno Iterftn) This livening.
Miss Pearl Lewis and Miss Carrie
Seldel, assisted by Miss Reryl Kercii
?on, will plve a piano recital in the
auditorium of the John Marshall lliph
School this eveninp at S:"0 o'clock. .Miss
Seidel and Miss Lewis will graduate as
artists from the Richmond Conserva
tory of Music in June, and Miss Fergu
son. who Is a violinist, In a graduate of
the Royal Academy of Music In London.
A splendid program has been arranged
ami Miss Josephine lOnripht and FJmery
Trnlnhnm will also take part in it. The
public Is cordially Invited to attend.
IN WO OI T or TOWS,
Mrs. Thomas Smith, of Warrenton, is
leaving Richmond this week for Hamp
ton. where she expects to remain some
t i me.
Miss Kli/a bet h ('lenuner. of Middle
hrook. who has been visiting her nunt.
Mrs. John 1 >. Clothier, in this eity, has
i lined her brother, J. Frank Clemmcr,
iii Norfolk.
Miss Ressle iLong. of Lynchburg,
:s a pnest of the Misses Carlton at
their home on Grove Avenue.
Mervyl Raker has returned to his
home In Harrisonburg, after a week's
stay In Washington, Richmond and
i harlotteavllle.
Wallace C. Saunders, who has been
ill for the past two weeks, is now
improving.
Mrs. Robert Ranlett, of. Rochester, X.
V., who has been visiting Miss Mary
Williams here, is now the guest of Miss
Helen Cameron in Petersburg.
Well ford lSllyson has returned lo the
Virginia Military liiMiiute, after a
short. visit lo his pnrenls, Mr. and Mrs.
j. W. FJllyson, In this city.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Mayo Smith, who
Don't fall to hear Pastor Russell at
City Auditorium Monday. 8 r. M? on
-of Armageddon."?Adv.
SKETCHES FROM LIFE -:-By Temple
"Mir111 Kriition"
have. hci-n visiting relatives in Rich
mond. have M t :i! ii? il to I 'r'-'loricjt ?
k burg
Mr." lirorui I Hiill ha? returned to
h'-r ;i|..trIiii<-111 iit km Park Avenue, ac
companied l>y her mother, Mi ? <\ild
i well, of 'Ircettvllle, S. <
Miss Austin, o* 111eJunoiid. who ha*
been visiting Mrs. .? A. Whit" in New
port News for a Hliort ntay, has re
turned to Richmond.
I Mi*. Mh'IiikI Wallace. of Fredericks
, burg, who was operated upon recently
.at the Uriifft Hospital here, is now
I convalescing.
Olen Cllne, who hhs hi nn spending
h week In Richmond and Washing
ton, hat returned to Harrisonburg.
Miss Evelyn Hyrd Warwick Is visit.
; lug relatives in New York City.
' .Miss Luclll* Dodson. of Norfolk, who
jhns been the guest of friends In Bal
timore, Is now visiting Mrs. A. L. Xle
I'lelian on Monument Avenue,
i
\\ atNon-Kcl.strr.
[Special to The 'rimes-Dispatch.J
BLACKSlH'Ril, VA., February lift.?
..Miss Kthcl Lee Kelster, daughter of Mr.
nod Mrs. 1 >. Harmon Kelster, was nwtr
? rled in the Wiilsner .Memorial Church,
Blaeksburg, on Wednesday afternoon to
John Thomas Watson, of Welch, W. Va.,
a graduate in mining engineering of
the Virginia Polytechnic Institute, class
of 16H. Mrs. Milton Cutherel played
the wedding marches, and Dorothy
Kelster was the ring hearer. The ush
ers were 1'. W. Bailey, Henry II. Hill, It.
i*. Brauer and Harold Watson, of
P. 1. The maid of honor was Miss
Annie (Jury, of Stonevllle, N. C., and
William Ascough, of Welch, was best
man. Mr. and Mrs. Watson will make
theit home at Welch.
Hill vr) -I,itucW.
ISpeiial to The Times-Dispatch.]
11A KRISOXBP Bt i, VA., February IT,.
L-ighton M. Ilulvey, son of Professor
'II- Ilulvey, division superintendent
of .Schools, and Miss Pauline Lauck,
(laughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. w. I.auck,
were married on Tuesday night at the
Reformed parsonage on Franklin Street,
by Rev. J Silor Carrlson. The bride and
gioom have for a number of years been
assistants in Superintendent llulvey's
ortlce. Mobert c. Bowers, of Lacey
Spring, was best man, and Miss Sallie
Ilulvey was maid of honor.
Palmer-Ileal.
I Special to The Times-Dispatch.)
KMP'iRlA, VA., February 2(5.?Cards
? have been received here announcing the
marriage in Washington on Wednesday
nf Kdwin I'abell Palmer and Mrs. Lucy
Weaver Deal. They will b? at home in
Kmporia after March IT..
Both Mr. and Mrs. Palmer are promi
nent In this community. The bride, who
i has lived here nearly all of lifer life, was
the widow of W. F. Deal, one of the
wealthiest and most prominent business
men in this section. Mr. Palmer Is the
town attorney and one of the best
known lawyers at the local frar. He is
a director of the Merchants' and Farm
ers' Bank, and thfc editor and part
ownei of the Kmporia Messenger.
I.ynch? llnx.
'Special to The Times-Dispatch. 1
LYNCH BI RO. VA.. February 25.?
Miss Nora Hix and J. L. Lynch, both of
; Moneta, were married at Bedford City
on Tuesday, the ceremony being- per
i formed by Rev Mr. Hughes, of the Bap
tist t'hurcli. They will live at Moneta.
I.eft*rltch? \nclrevT*.
(Special to The Times-Dispatch.1
LYNCH HFIU?, VA., February 25.?
j .Miss Ksslo Florenco Andrews, daughter
of (J. W. Andrews, of Lynchburg, and
W. It. Leftwich, of Bedford Springs,
were married on Wednesday afternoon
in the home of T. W. Andrews, a
i brother of the bride, who resides in
! Falrvlew Heights.
The New
Stripe Jap
Silk Waists
Country Club Style
This Represents nn lv\cep
tionnl Value at
$1.98
At the above price Country
<71ub Silk WnistH onn also he
had In the desirable plain
shades.
^ J
QUESTIONS LOYALTY OF
NEGROES IN TIME OF WAR
I nlijnf < ontrllnitIon tn liovrrnor
ofiinrl'* "lliiic File" Kni'r Would
.loin 'I'IiIm ( '(iinitrj *n Knrmlp".
"'I hr Prc^ldrnl of the Negrow Gun
I Association ? i.? the way h? signs him
self. II" arrived in town from Sew
^ "rl( last Wodnpfilny.
Ills p rest* nee was ^l?rifnpij yepter*
dey when fJovernor Htuart received?
>>i would have received had not his
secretary, Alexander Forward, intc-r
<ep?ed it. a communication from him.
The Governor has not been in robust
health f'?r some days. Thp secretary
feared the ofleets of a shock upon the
gubernatorial nerve*
I he president of the Negrow dun
Association was p^overl when lie ar
i rived lure, and the tone of his mis
.-?Ive indicates that he had not been In
aood hUmoi with himself for a long
! lime. Th- president of the Negrow
Gun Association might have addressed
his communication to the .Mayor, the
? 'hief nf police or the Hupreintendent
j of the Gas Works with a better pros
j pect of obtaining results, hut as the
representative of 2,000,050 colored men,
; lie probahl> felt that it would ill l>r
??ome him to address any one lower
in rank than a Governor. The Im
portance and significance of his mis
sion In ilichtnond, too, were too great
to permit tlie president of the Negrow
Gun Association to fritter away lime
with minor officials.
His communication to Governor
j Stuart reads, verbatim ?t literatim, as
, follow s:
Richmond. Va .
February 21, I'M"
to the governor.
I>ear sir ? We enn't stand the way we
the negro rate nr treated vou must
renher that We have a heart in our
own body and feaiinss as well as any
other It ace and yrt we are treated like
? logs and press upon as we are wild
lieast of the foist
I will uotlfle yoti that If the I'niied
s'tate sitould cn to war there is too mil
lion ii eg rows nr willing to go against
tlie I'nited Stale nnd tight for any other
? ountry f?> the way we ar treated liere
in this country it is n shame and every
negrow most in tlie r. S. is willing to
go against her for this is a dirty coun
try to the negrow Race every race is
look upon as gents and become sitlans
of every town in witch ho live except
tlie negrow, but we will never be will
ing' tu fight for tlie I". S again unless a
change take place and a big one at
that the L' million negrows ar will to
tight against tlio 1*. H. to-day wo aie
not regcrnise no way and we Just as
well to light against the L*. S. is to fight
i for her. ?
Yours Truly,
The Pres of the .Vegrow Gun Assocla
? lion,
'*? ?1 will he in Richmond one.
week. Then back to New York and
through every State in the I'nion.
"Morality Squad" nt Work.
Oaipv.rooper and O. T. Ellerson wore
list night arrested by Policemen A. .M.
; Smith and Sweet, of the "morality
s?iuart." on a charge of being disorder
ly nt 1437 Fast Franklin Street. The
i Cooper woman Is also charged with
I maintaining a disorderly house at that
j address. The cases will he heard in the i
Police Court this morning.
Sclirrnrrscliild llrotliers.
Bridal Gifts of
Sterling Silver
Apart from the neces
sary Spoons and Forks, no
other articles have so im
portant a place in the
bride's table appointments
as
Ten Services,
Vn*rn, Howls,
< nnillMtlekn,
Trays,
< 'ompori*,
1'lfclters.
^ ou will ft ml here many
new .ir.d distinctive, pieces
at prices which will b?j
pleas.ng to you.
Your inspection is al
ways invited.
Schwarzschild Brothers
Ilichmoiid'H Leading
Jewelers,
Second and Ilrond Streets.
USE
EATMOR
BREAD
Put? and Wholesome
MRS. RORER TELLS WHY !
WOMEN SHOULD VOTE
Cooking lOxpert Makes Spicy Address,
on Subject of Kt|iial
KniTrai<e.
IIOI Nl> ri? WITH STATUS' HKJIITS
Miss Winuinger Tells ||o\y Chicago'
Women Itroke Over Party Lines
and Voted for .Man They Believed
to lie Itcot Qualified.
Won)*'n i'?m< to suffrage ii:?r
tors yesterday. They tlIithe rows
<>f chairs set out for thorn Mori' came,
I ami they tilletr* tlie aitdcs, then the
window ledges, ami finally the hall out
side of the room, where the meeting
was hcliiK held, and they heard what I
they era me to hear. That was a woman'
voter and a woman cook?Miss Mar
garet Winglngcr, who recently voted
in the Chicago elections, and Mrs.
Sarah Tyson ftorer?and the topic of
e;u'li was practically the same?the' pre
servation of the home: the care of
the child through the medium of the
Imllot
j "Women have not progressed along <
with the men," Mrs. Itorer asserted.;
??Women try to conduct their homes
ns their eranilinothera tl 1*1. and do not)
progress with the times If your men
| did business ns their fathers did. you j
i comfortable women would all be out!
scrubbing the pavements
j "My progressing with men, I do not;
| mean to he like men: he 'womanly.'I
but not 'womanish.' Those antis who |
stay at home are not always attending
to their homes.. Don't lie misled by!
th? woman who shvs she always stays'
jai home. There Is more opportunity
j for sin behind high walls than tlv-re'
| Is out in the sunlight."
j t HCKS WOMEN TO TAKK
INTttttKST IN I'nil.ir AKKA I It S
i Shf> urg^d women to broaden out: to
; r.*ad not how to nit at lioim> and look1
| pretty, lhit to li?nrn something about ,
J!??? country in which they live?to be
int<'lli^< rit; to see Unit the sellooIn nr.
I doing their full duty i > th??ir own and
| to other women's children: to tie cordial j
to women, whether tli.y are in the
same "social set" or not
j "They tell me," she said, "that there,
: ur?- many social sets in this country.1
) I don't know. I prefer to know In
I telli^ent persons who know how to
? on verse. Never get into 'sets,' for
tlieir conversation i* a lost art."
Mrs. Koror's epigrams are as sharp
; as the condiments in her cooking re-|
i<'lp's, and her address w.ts plentifully'
j lo-sprinkled with thein.
"I can't imagine why n:iy one should
object to a woman havinir the ballot.!
j How could woman be lowered by elevat
l iiie herself?
Your grandmother s"t a wonderful;
| table," some one told h?-r. "Ves. the!
fattest In the land," she replied. "Ileri
.whole family died before fifty." She'
hates fat.
SAYS MlltllMA A It K IIOIM)
I I' WITII ST.4TKS* Itll.KTS IIM-lA*'
She told the women that business!
is progressing; \liat men are progress-j
|Siik. and that they cannot afford to
hold back and clog the wheels of prog
ress. S pen i; inn of suffrage specifically,
-.he said that the Virginia women "wor-!
terribly wound up with Stales' rights
ideas." She saiii she was born a,
Southern woman, and the loyally of
'people to their own Slates was nil
very well, and as it should be, hut j
no/ to forget that the United Slates'
also needs the loyalty and Interest of
its woman citizens
.Miss Winplnger. as a voter, went
more into the <)uestlon of how the
women of Chicago used (be ballot w!imi
they ilid y"t it. One point she made
was that women voted for the best
and inost efficient men, regardless of
party. She said that was probably!
the most notable thine about the,
woman's vote throughout the country.'
When, for instance, the Democratic'
party candidate was a man not up to
the standard demanded by a woman i
i voter, the women of his party re
i maiiied nway from the Democratic pri
maries and voted fur the Republican
: candidate at the general election.
< rliuiiinl Assault Chnrged.
.lolin Floskos. twenty-four years old,
j will be arraigned In the Police Court
, this morning on a charge of attempt -
j ing a criminal assault upon Ktlen tlII
! ton, a small negro girl, of :ss Knit-Held
! Street The alleged crime is said to 1
I have been committeed early yesterday I
afternoon In Floskos's store, i17 North!
| Seventeenth Street, tb which the gltl!
I i? said to have gone to purchase loin- j
ons. It is charged that the man en- ?
I iced her Into tho back of the store, J
j where the attempt was made. Detec
jtive (Gordon Smith and Policeman Her-I
j ticci arrested the man.
| John L. |
| Rat cliff e I
1 I
? 209 West Broad Street. S1
I
^ Correspondents All Over ^
? the World. ?
? j
HAVK YOU SEEN THE
Mew Method GasRanges
AT
PETTIT A CO.'fl
SEEK EXTRADITION OF j
BAND OF HIGHI1F.N
I
t
PetiiiMyUiiniu Authorities Would Kx
tradlte Men Now In VlrKinia
Penitentiary.
ASK tJOVF.RN'OR FOR I'.AUDON
(iaim to Have Confession Implicat- ?
injl Men in Murdor of Gordon
Kaufman, an Aged Ilaker of Read
ing?Held I'p Slate Treasurer.
In oiiler that a band of four high
waymen now serving out terms In the
Virginia penitentiary. 11?of the pris
oners having been sentenced fur.
twelve years and the fourth for ten
yearn, may he prosecuted for the mtir- '
iter of Cordon KAuftnnn an aged
linker in itt^ hakeshnp In Heading. I'a .
two Pennsy Ivtinla lawyers yesterday
appeared at tins oflice of linvornor
Slinirt ami presented petition* for the
pardon of the four convicts.
The lawyers In the Case are Harvey
T Meittly. district attorney for P.erks
''ounty, I'a., and Harry I). SehaeiTer,
)iih predecessor in ofllee. KchaefTcr was
district attorney hi tlie fall of 1911,
when the k.iii^ of young roughs, one
of whom was at that time less than
seventeen years old, committed a se
rins of crimes in llerks County, accord
ing to the Indict men Is sgainst them.
They lied to Virginia, and here the
youthful desperadoes enme to grief.
On Tuesday, Novemher 14, the uang
turned up In Richmond. Stale Treas
urer A. W. liar man was held up and
assaulted by the gang in the street
while on his way hotnc at a late hour
of tho night. The following day they
held up and robbed Charles C. Hrown.
a Chesterfield farmer, at a point nenr
Petersburg. Hrown pill the Petersburg
police on the trail of the gang, and
they were overhauled.
IIKliI) I I' STATU THIOASI IIKit,
HI T liOT XO'l'lt I >'<?
The quartet subsequently aehnowl
eilged tlie hold-up <>f Treasurer Ilar
nniti They were thoroughly disgusted
when they learned that he was the
custodian of the Slate's funds, for they
failed to find a dollar in his pockets.
Olstrlct Attorney llclnly and Attor
ney Schaeffer were greatly disappointed
wlieii I hey were in for inert by Mr. For
ward, the Coventor's secretary, that
the executive was cotulned to his home
by Illness. The lawyers told Mr. For
ward that they based their hope for
extraditing the four convicts largely
upon n confession they had obtained
Wednesday at the state prison from
.loe Wlnsey. Wtnsey. they averred,
had confessed to them that he llred
the shot that killed the old linker In
Heading. Wlnsey's pals some time agn
confessed that they were with Winsey
In the bakery when the murder was
committed, but they protest that they
were taken by surprise when their
companion shot down the old baker.
The only process by which the con
victs can be delivered to the State <>f
Pennsylvania Is that to which tho law
yers representing that State have re
sorted. They cannot be released until
they have served out the sentences
they received III Petersburg'unless Cov
entor Stuart Issues a pardon. The
Pennsylvania authorities made an ef
fort to extradite the men during the
administration of Oovernor Monti, but
it was unavailing. (.Jovernor Mann re
fused to pardon them.
The district attorney of Berks County
has made two previous trips to Rich
mond, seeking to secure the extradi
tion of the quartet, lie presented bis
r"*CA^RND D^DRUfFJ
i^very bit dandruff disappears
after one or two applications of Dnn
derlne rubbed well Into the scalp with
the flnirer tips. (let a 25-conl bottle
of Danderine at any drug store ami
snve your hair. After a few applica
tions you can't find a particle or dan
druff or any falling hair, nnd the sculp
will never licit.
Attention, Mr. Farmer!
For Sale, One Rumley Oil Pull
Traction Engine
I'sinp kerosene for fuel. Hns only
been lined a few months nnd is in
flno condition. Also, four Troy
4-yard l'unip Wafjnns, in K<>od con
dition. Why not buy and use Ibis
outfit for hnulliiK your manure and
doing your plowing? 11 works per
fectly, and when It Is not working
the expense slops, t.'aii lift pollen
at once. Address I\ O. f)ox 5l!0,
Newport News, Va.
Without a Doubt
the
BLOCH
Is the Easiest
Running Baby
Carriage Youve
Seen!
This splendid C'nrrln?e Is
built with the one idea of COM
KUKT and 12 A K101 Nothinu
you've ever seen can comouro
with It.
RLOCIi
Pullman
Hal>y-Carriuge.
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ADAMS and BROAD
ftrit petition to Coventor Mann. He ur-|
rlvfiri on his socuml trip tJtc day fol- j
lowing tho inauguration of Coventor
Stuart. Ilr Is confident that the eonfes- '
slon of Wlnsoy, and the fact that the
widow of the murdered man, t Ji?? only
eyewitness to the crime, Is In ill health
and not likely to survive many months. '
will move the Coventor to grant the ,
pardons and turn over tin- Kant; to the
State of Pennsylvania. The district at
torney did not exhibit the confession lie
savs Wlnsey unvc to hltu and Attorney,
Schai ff'-r a I tlie penitentiary.
The two lawyers will remain hero ?
day or two in the hope of fulfilling their
mission. The papers in the rase have
been submitted to Coventor Stuart at
(he executive mansion.
According to IHntrict Attorney Hein
1\. tin> four young men wanted for mur
der and highway robber} in the Key
stone State arts of a lawless type of
illiterate foreigners numerous in the
coal and oil regions of Pennsylvania.
This class, largely Poles, Russians.
Sea nd I nil V Inns and Swedes, invariably
assume American names. Hence tho
names of the alleged murderers of
Kaufman: Chester l.ewzewski, alias
.lames Davis; John laitz. alias J L.
I'.rown: Joe Wlttsey, alias Jatttes I..
Kane, alias Joseph I., Cary; and Wil
liam Hchmitz, allns Charles C. Wil
liams.
The men have heen Indicted under |
various names In Pennsylvania for the
following crimen:
November 1, 1011 ? Robbery of the
Sinking Springs Hotel, llerks County.
Pa., when tho four bandits entered the
hotel with drawn revolvers, covered
the proprietor, clerk ami several guests, '
and rifled the hotel safe, getting away
with about $100 Itt cash.
November 2?Holdup of Harry F\
Fritz, proprietor of the Mountain View
Hotel, near Heading, l*a.. tho robbers
compelling Krltr. to deliver his gohl
watch and other valuables at the pis- :
tol's point.
November 4.?Holdup of .7. M. Mount a, !
ri.ll Spruce Street, Heading, where thft
(liiartet robbed the safe, securing
in cash.
November 10?Murder and robbery of
Cordon Kaufman, baker, 503 Laurel {
Street, Heading. The gang entered the .
Kaufman bakery at o'clock Itt the .
morning and purchased a quantity of
pastries from Mrs. Kaufman. They were
leaving without paying when Mrs.
Kaufman called her husband, who In. ?
lercepted them at the door. 'Uie of the
men shot the aued baker through the
heart.
In presenting tlie case to the Cover
not' District Attorney llelnly says:
"These desperadoes caused a reign of
terror itt our community: so much so!
that citizens were afraid to go upon the !
streets, men armed themselves, rtnd the;
women of households were afraid to
go to their front doors." j
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