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Mrs. Claude A. S'wans'in, who attend?
ed tho wedding of Mr. aud Mrs. Harry
Nowton Cootefl In Norfolk last week,
returned to Richmond frlday and went
wlth Governor Swanson to tho Male
Orphan Asylum Sunday afternoon,
whero tlio Governor made a talk to tho
boys tliat was hlghly appreclatod. Both
ho antl Mrs. Swanson hnd an opportun?
lty * i observo nnd commetid Mrs. GIH's
excellent managomont ln her caro *jr
and llalnlng of her boys.
Mis. Svv/iii.i Wlll enjoy the pleas
u:e of belng at horne from thls tltho
until she goea lo Hot Springs. Va., wlth
Governor Swanson to attend tho mei't
lng of tho Bankers' Assoclatlon on June
I7-1!?. Sho wlll go from Hot Spring.
to Lexlngton for the flnals at Vlrglnla
She and Governor Swanson will be
guest. ot Commandant Nichois on 'u
stltutc Hlll, durlng thelr vlslt t0 Lex?
lngton. At Hot Springs aml Lexlngton
many handsome entertainmr-nts wlll be
glven ln thelr honor.
Auxlllary lo Mcct.
The Branch R. Allen Auxlllary to ch<
Hotne for Incurablcs wlll meet thls
mornlng at 11 o'clock in Murphy's
The wedding or .M|... Ada Lewls
Scott, daughter of the Rev. and Mr.-.
< harlea I'eyton Scott, to Mr. Luther
.'...,. ."-''*??? ?"? of Mr. and Mr..'
Phlllp iiawes Coghlll. wlll be cole
brated :.t 11:30 o'clock thls mornlng
ir the home of the bride. at Barton
Heights, the Rev. Charles P. Scott,
father of the bride. nnd the Rev N.
Mosby Seay, of Suffolk, offlclating.
The wedding of Miss Kate Tavlor
Smoot, daughter of Mrs. Vlrglnla ...
Smoot. to Signor Paolo Tucclmel. son
of Cac. Cesaro Tucclmel, of Rome,
Italy, will take place at fi P. M. to-dhv
at Alc__ndria, In the home of the
brlde's grandmothe., Mrs. Kate N. Tay?
lor. the Rev. Father Kelly oflklatlng.
Paltn. and roses will form beautl?
ful house decorations, and, during the
advance to the altar. the wedding
much from "Lohengrin" wlll be played.
The bride will be unattended. Her
unole, Mr. Eugene B. Taylor, will be
best man to the groom.
The bride will be gowned in whito
tulle over white satln duchesse. with
polnt loce trimming. She will wear
tho conventional veli and a dlamond
necklace, the groom's glft. Her flow?
ers wlll bo Bride roses. A receptlon
wlll follow the ceremony, and many
lovely wedding sifts will bc displayed.
Tho brldai palr wlll spend some days
in .S'.'.v . ork prlor to sulllng for Rome.
Italy. where they will have thelr fu?
AmnnK the wedding guests wlll be
Baron Mayer dos Planches and tlie
l.aron .ss, Cav. Ravioli and Cav. Prtma
??::'. Llcutonant-Commander and Mrs.
Frederlc C Blep.. Unlted State:- Navy:
folonel and Mrs. Jackson E. Sickles
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Carter. Mr. nnd
Mrs. Warren P. Taylor, of Richmond*,
Mr. an I Mrs. William A. Smoot and Mr.
and Mr;. Lewls E. Smoot.
Richmond Wedding (,ur_tj?.
A party leavlng Richmond to-day to
ittend the marrlage of Miss Virginia
Rru.e Bralthwalte to tbe Rev. Lef
f. rd M<r!e Alexander Haughwout.
whlch will be celebrated ln B.'uton
Parish Church. Willlamsburg. to-mor?
row. wlll Include Mr. J. ... Moore, MIss
Allce Mcore. llttle Mlsses Mlnto and
f.onlse Moore, Mr. and Mrs. William
Moore. MIss Lllllan Gentry. Miss Ellza
both Andrews and Miss Allce Gary.
Telccrttm to General Lee'. Fnniily.
The followlng telegram was sent Sat
urdav, May 30th, by the Confederate
Memorlal Literary Society. throu.h Us
corresponding i-'cretary. Mrs. J. Enders
Robinson, to the famlly of General
Btephon D. Lee:
"The Confederate Museum. of Rich?
mond, Va., mourns wlth you tho loss
of our gallant commander-ln-chlef,
fctcphc-u D. Lee."
The wedding of MIss Hetsy Ormiston
The weddlng of Miss Columbla May
Glll to Mr. Georgo C. Parker, Jr.. took
place at 7:30 A. M. yesterday. in tbe
home jf the bridc's mother, Mrs. bophic
Bosher Glll', o? No. 200S Pleasant Street,
the Rev. Charles E. Stuart. of \ enable
Street Baptlst Church, performing the
Ci'TeiK-0br!de wore a travellng costume
of blue volle and a blue hat, and car?
rled Brlde roses. Messrs. Harvey El
let't and John S. Glll were ushers. Mr.
and Mrs. Parker wlll return ftroffl. a
trlp North to nfake thelr home at _SO.(
51S Mosby Street.
Prlnce Troubctzkoy Hcrc.
Prin~e Pierro Troubotzkoy arrived
here from Waahlngton yesterday after?
noon. and wlll bc ^e guest whUe here
of Mr. ar.d Mrs. Joseph E. Willaiu.
Flt/.lmgU Lee Sectlon.
Miss Kathleen Anderson will be
rhalrman of a committee to decorate
the tTzhugh Leo sectlon in Hollywood
t0^_n.riadies assistlng "??>??. *e
Mlss Ellzabeth Patterson, Mlss Ellza
beth Catltn. Miss Lou Belle Jones and
Mlss Stephie Dlal.
Tea nt AVoninn'N Club.
Tea served at Woman's Club yester
flav from 5 to S P. M. proved the ->c
caslon of a gathering of many club
niombers and friends, who enjoyed
a-reeablo converse over tho cup that
cheers amld dellghtful surrouhdings.
The chalrman of tho house and
grounds commlttee and others inter?
ested, ospeclally the janltor. havo just
cause for pride at tho beautiful appear?
ance of tho clubhouso and lawn. Tho
turf of tho latter is most luxurlant,
tho flowors are in full bloom and a
lovely purple clomatts fostoonlng tho
front window is a dellght to the eyo
of all boholding lt.
Dr. and Mrs. James Melanc.thon Ham
llton have issued Invltatlons for the
marrlago of thelr claur "itor, Helen
Whlte, to Mr. Robert Powell Page, Jr..
the marrlago to be celebrated Wedn-is
duy evening, June 17th, at 8 o'clock,
ln the Flrst Prosbytorlan Church of
Mr. Pago is a nephew of.Mr. Pot.r
Mayo and a momber of tho Clarke
? county branch of tho famous Virginia
family of his name.
A committee of latllos wlll be at tho
Howlt-ors' Monument, Howltzer Place,
thls afternoon and to-morrow morn?
lng to decorato tho uumumont for Me?
morial Day, " Contrlbutloi.H wlll bo
thankfully recelved from any ono car
tng to sond flowors or ovcrgreons for
i boautlCul nnd sacrod purposo,
Mls.es Corllng and WHHnma wlll
have charge of tho Stuart Monument
for Memorlal Day; Mrs, Charlos W,
Mussle and her commlttee, of tho Sol
fjlew' und Sailora' MoHUinent; Mra.
l.dgnr D; Taylor tirt'l Mrs. B. A, Blou
nor, bt tho Jefferson Davis Monument,
on Montmieiit Avenue, n/ul Mrs. Waltor
Chrlstian, of the Wickliam Monument,
in MotirOO Park.
Mrs. D. _*, Williams. nsslsted hy
mrnibers of the Flre Department, wlll
docorate the monufflent. ln thn Caplt.l
MIss SiiiiiIs Itctiiru.,
Misa I?'. Le Roy Sands, daughter ot
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. II. Hands, of No. ir,H
Grove Avenue, who has heen the dirtt
tor of Buford College School of Art
at Nashvllle, Tenn.. wlll return lo her
home ln Richmond to-day.
Under Miss Sand.'. aupervlelon
unlque entortainmenl was glven at
Buford College on Frlday evenlng last,
when a serles of llvlng plctur.-s fr .m
art hlstory, for whlch the students
posed, woro presented.
The stage was hung wlth Orlenti.l
draperles, so as to have iu full vlew
large plcturo frame to the front r,r tho
stage. The unvelllng of thls frumc
to the accompaniment of mtislt., dls
playod each tlme a lovely representa
tlon of somo famous picture.
Th" work of the art class for the
year recelved well _e_erved prul... rtntl
tipprvlation. Tho college snlon was
decorateu wlth ilalsles and smilax, car?
rylng oul the art class colors Iu green
ond gold. Frappe was served on a
spacloug veranda decorated with Jap?
anese lnnterns and palms.
MIss Sands wlll remaln ln Virginla
durlng the summer, nnd return to
Buford College In tho auturnn.
Children Asked for I'lti.vrr*.
Junloi' llollywood Memo.ial Asso?
ciation requ.sts the school children of
Richmond to Iririg flowers for the
Offlcers' section to the Cherry Str?
cntrance of llollywood June 3d. A
committee of ladies will be there up to
10 A. M. of Viat day wultlng to recelve
the flower .
Dr. Lewls Bosher is attendlng the
meeting of tlie American Medlcal As?
soclatlon in Chlcago.
Mrs. Robert Page Grymes and Mrs.
Robert Edward Wrlght leave thls week
for Wlnterpock. to spend some tlm.
wlth Mrs. I'rymcs's daughter. Mrs. Hen
ky. Later they Will vlslt relatlves at
Toppahannock. E??ex county, and Mrs.
Ciyni's wlll finish her surnmer outing
in tii" mountaina "f Virginla.
MIss Nan Noble. of GInter Park,
who na.s been a student at Southern
Semlnary. Buena VI.ta, for the past
sesHlo.i, ls now a guest of her cousln,
Miss Lucy Throcktnorton, at Sweet
Briar College. Amherst county.
Major and Mrs. Clay Drcwry have
opi-ned tholr country home at Ce.i;
tiaila. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bowe are
already at Centralla. and the famlly
will be Joincd later by Mr. and Mrs.
Edmund Ben3on and Mr. and Mrs.
Adolphus Blalr and thelr children.
Rt. Rev. Robert A- Gibson and the
Mlsses Gibson wlll sall from New
York Wednesday for London, England,
where they wlll be guests of the Bishop
of London for the Pan-Angllcan Con?
Lieutenant Harry Newton Sootes and
Mrs. Cootes, whoso marrlage was :i
society event of last week in Nor?
folk. salled Saturday by the Red Star
Llne from Phlladelphla to spend their
honeymoon in Europe.
Dr. Thomas Dudley Merrlck has re?
turned from a vlslt to hls country
place tn Maryland.
MIss Fay Henry. of East Orange, N.
J., Is the guest of Miss Mary Walker.
Miss Ernestine Gardir.er. of Virginia
Beach, and Miss Pratt, of Toledo, O.,
arrive to-night to b. the guests of
Mrs. James B. Pace for a few days.
Miss Lena Miller wlll return to
Richmond from Blrmingham, Ala., on
,Mr. William S. Camp, of Washlng?
ton, Is In Richmond for a few days.
Dr. and Mrs. John F. May. of Waver
ly: Miss Evelyn May and Master John
F. May, Jr.. attended class day exerclses
at Woman's College yesterday, the ??x
erclses belng lad by their daughtrr,
Miss Mary Warren May, president of
the- graduating class. Dr. May's party
wlll remaln ln Richmond until Wednes?
Little Miss Dorothy Cabell, who has
boen qulte IU. is Improvlng and hv
been able to go out for a car ride.
I Special to The Tlmes-DUpatch.)
FREDERICKSBURG, VA., Juno 1.
Mr. W. G. Brockman. of Orange county,
and Miss Lettle B. Decker. daughter
of Mr. and .Mrs. R. C. Decker. were
married here to-day at tho home of
the brlde's parents, the Rev. Walker J.
Decker, of Orange countv, officiating.
The couple left for a bridal trip North.
Wcd In Waahlngton.
[Speclal to Tho Tlmes-Dlnpatch.)
SPOTSYLVANIA, VA., June 1.?Mr.
John D. Cooke and Miss Magnolla Haw?
klns. both of Virginia, were married
in Washlngton, D. C, vesterday ac?
cordlng to tho rltes of the Lutheran
Churcn, by Rev. John D. utherlin, of
.Maryland. Mr. and Mrs. Cooke left
for an oxtended bridal tour, and on
their return they wlll reside in Wash?
lngton, D. C.
fa_.ciRi to Tho Tlmes-Dlspntch.]
BUCHANAN. VA., June 1.?Mrs. A. C.
.Immorraan announcesi the engagement
of her daughter. JaViie Ray, to Mr.
Hugh M. Swartz, the wedding to take
place at her home June ISth.
MIss Zimmerman ' Is the youngest
daughter of Mrs. A. C. Zlmmermann,
and is very popular wlth a large circlo
of friends. Mr. Swartz is a prosporous
and substantial young bU6in.ss man of
[Snaclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.1
ROANOKE, VA., June 1.?-Mr. J. XV.
Lyerly, manager of the Academy of
Music and Mountafn Park Caslno, and
MIss Loulse C. Griggs were married
thls mornlng at the homo of the brlde's
sister, Mrs. A. N. Pitzor, Rev. Arthur
Rowbolham, pastor of the Second Pres
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And so, we offer this
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thi e?nT?u? co-mny iicw roaa oity.
bytorlan Church. offlciated. The couple!
left on a Northern trip.
Mrs. Lyorly is teacher of Engllsh ln
the hlgh school. and Is well known;
among the teachers of tho State.
[Hpeclal to Th . Tlmes-DIipatch.l
FREDERICKSBURG, VA., June 1.?
Miss Lester G. Klnzer, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. G. C. Kinzer, of Orango coun?
ty, was married a few days ago to Mr.
Samucl J. Harlow, of Aibemarle county,
In Lynchburg by Rov. Mr. Jones, of
Kutcrtnln Currcnt Events Claaa.
'_p'--|*il to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
BOYDTON. VA., June 1.?MIss Laura
Towner entertalned on Saturday af?
ternoon at her beautlful country home.
"Be-IIegrade." the Current Events Club.
The club w..s uniquely entertalned with
a book eontest. In the centro of tho
parlor was a take. upon whlch was
placed card boards, colored paper.
penclls, lnk. sclssors and paste. Eacn
young lady was asked to make repre
sentation of some book. After much
dellberatlon. some very orlglnal deslgns
were completed and offered. Miss Mar?
garet Goode won the flrst prizc and
Miss Mabel Goode the booby.
Delightful refreshments wore then
served. conslstlng of chocolato cream,
lemon sherbert. cake and after-dlnner
mlnts. The club adjourned to meet
next wlth Miss Page Williams.
MI..ISTERS AND LAYMEN MEET.
Tbe Uulon of Lorver Jaines Rlver A__o
clntlnn Hold. .cMlon.
GRAVEL HILL, VA., June 1_The
Mlnisters' and Laymen's Union for the
lower district of the James Rlver As?
sociation was held wlth the Bucking?
ham Baptist Church Saturday and Sun?
day, May 30th and 31st. " Saturday's
program was as follows:
11 A M., dovotional exerclses, con?
ducted by Rev. J. K. Humphries; 11:15
A. M., organization; 11:30 A. M., enrol
ment o? delegates, followed by lnfor
mal reports by pastors and delegates;
_ P. M.. dlscusslon on "Present-day
Discipllne In Baptist Churches?What
Crttlcism, if Any, Can be Justly Made
Rev. Mr. Lawson opened the. Sunday
school dlscusslon by saying he would
llke the members to solve for hlm the
problem why lt was that he could not
arouse hls members up to go forward
and have a Sunday school at Bucking?
ham Baptist Church.
Rev. R. B. Boatwrlght gavo hls ldeas
on startlng and holdlng -a Sunday
school. He said get compotent teach?
ers?men and women who loved the
work?and the problem would be large
Dr. Martin, of Salem, Va., also made
remarks on Sunday school work.
3:15?Sermon by Rev. E. C. Davis.
Sunday Program.?DIscussion, 10:15,
"Do the people at large have a clear
conception of what a Baptist church
stands for? If not, wlth whom does
tho fault 11b? Mr. Sands Gaylc and
Rev. Mr. Lawson spoke on this subject.
11:4 5?Doctrinal sermon by Rev. R. W.
Bagwell; 3:30?Mlsslonary sermon by
Rev, Mr. Martln, of Salem, Va. After
tho sermon a collectlon was taken up
for missions and $100.50 was ralsed.
Announcement wns made that an en?
tertainment would be glven at that
church Saturday afternoon before the
thlrd Sunday in June. Aftor the en?
tertainment the ladies of the church
will sell refreshments for tho bcuefit
of tlie church.
HIS HOUSE WAS ON FIHE.
Mr. Keeton Awakos to Hear tlie Crnek
Ilng Nnlsc?Famlly Geta Out.
i K.eclfll to The Tlmes-Dlspatoh.]
ROANOKE, VA., Juno 1.?A two-story
frame dwelllng houso, occupled by Mr.
John Kooton, and owned by Mr. M. J.
Patsel, was totally destroyed by flre
about 3 o'clock thls mornlng,
Mr Kooton was awakoned by the
orackllng of flames underneath hlm.
and found tho kitohon In a blaze. He
'phoned to the FIro Department, and
then got hls wife and sovon ohildren
to a place of safety. Most of hls fur?
niture was saved.
Tho hoiise was fully covored by In?
IN CHURCHES ABOUT ATIVOXIA.
Servlces of Speclal Interest Held Ia
Several f.'liiirclic. Ou Sunday.
[Special lo The TimoB-Dlapatch.]
ARVONIA, VA., Juno 1.?Y'estorday,
tho flfth Sunday in May, thoro was
great aotlvlty ln church clrcles ln and
about thls place.- All-day sorvlees
woro held at Dunn's Chapel Mothodlst
Church, Rov. C. R. James, formor pas?
tor, preachlng most acoeptably to
largo congregatlons, An excellent din?
ner was served on tho grounds In good
old Vlrglnla style. Theso sorvlcos
wero hold for tho purposo of raislug
funds for tho oroellon of n new and
niodorn church edlfleo horo. lt has
heen deelded to removq.. the church
from tho oxtremo western sectlon ol
Arvonla to a now slte near thn new
hotel aud Masonlc buildlng, iu tho
growing eastern porllon ot tho vll?
lage. lt was annouiiood by Mr. John?
son, tho pastor of tha church, ox the
? _____._?_ ________ ____, _. ____aa_rable
sum had been ralsed. It Is thought that
work wlll commence upon tlio now
bullding early in the fall.
Rev. Charles M. Harrell, pnstor of
the Pre.hyterian Church nt Bucking
ham Courthouse. preached at tho
Arvon .choolhouse Iit i-'iuvanna coun?
ty, to the Fork Union Presbyterian
congrcgatfon. He went.at the appolnt
rr.ent of Presbytery to help stralghten
out the affalrs of the church and get
thlngs ln good runnlng shape. He re?
ported that he found the church in
Kood condition and that a new bulld?
ing would probably be erected for thls
congregatlon at Fork Unlon.
Last n-ight the Arvon Presby?
terian Church a large congregatlon,
composed to a great extent of chlldren
and young people, held a missionary
celebratlon. The slnglng of the chil?
dren and the recltations were especl
ally flne. Elder W. G. Edwards had
charge of the servlce. Addresses upon
misslons were made by the pastor.
Rev. Plurnmer F. Jones. Rev. C. 'ii.
James. a visltlng Methodlst brother,
and Rev. Charles M. Barrell.
TO LAY COHXEIl-STOXE FOR
[Speclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.}
BUCK1NGHAM. VA., June 1.?Hon.
James XV. Marshall ."Cyclone JIm")
and Judge Duke, of Charlottesville.
have beon invlted to speak here on the
2-ith of June, when the Masons wlll
lay the corner-stone of the soldiers'
monument. The Cdupcr Marble Works,
of Norfolk. Va., have the contract to
furnlsh the monument. and a repre?
sentatlve of that concern has been here
and arranged thlngs for placlng the
monument tn posltion. but tho cere?
mony of unvelllng wlll not be had un?
tll some tlme after the corner-stone
Funeral of Popular Oitlcial.
rPnecl.l to The Tlm-es-Dlspatch.]
BUCHANAN. VA., Juno 1.?A large
crowd of peoplo from all parts of the
county gathered here to-day to at?
tend the funeral of John XV. Shepherd.
tho popular sherlff of Botetourt. Tho
fourlal servlce was held in the Baptlst
Church by the Rev. George F. Cooke.
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FORV.M. I. FINALS
Exercises to Open on the 20th
and Extend Through the 24th.
rppnelal to The Tlm. s-DI .intch.l
U.XINGTO... VA.. June L?Tho pro
grain for flnals at tne Virginla MIH
tin-y Inatltuto was maile publlc to-day.
Tlie exerclses open nn Saturday the
?:0th wlth battallon inspeetlou. preced
etl by revlew, nnd close on Wednesday,
tbe 24th. Tlie soclal features will bo
especlally attractlve thls year. Thls
Is the card:
Mrldnj*. Jnne IDtll,
9:30 P. M.?Openlnp nop.
Siitiirtlny, .Ittne 20Hi.
9 P. M.?Gyirinasluin exhlbltlon.
.IiiihI.'i. , .Imif __tl.
10 P. M.?flnal germnn.
Tucniliiy, Juae S_*1.
8 to 10 P. M.?Receptlon superinten?
10 to 1_ P. M.?Alumnl smoker.
Wednesday, Jnue "Mtli.
10 P. M.?Flnal ball.
The followlng announcement of the
flnals was Issued to-day:
Vlrglnla Mllltary Instltute.
June 1, l'JOS.
General Orders.. No. 40.
1. The followlng ord>-r of final
exerclses is announced for the In?
formation and gul'lanee of nll con
Sntnrilny, June "Otli.
6:3(1 p. M.?-Battallon lnspectlon,
preceded by revlew.
Suuilny, Jnnc .lst.
0 A. M.?Guard mountl. g.
11 A. M.?Rellgious exercises
conducted by Rev. A. S. Lloyd,
general secretary of the Forelgn
nnd Domestic Mlsslonary Society,
of tho Episcopal "hurch.
Monday, Jnne __d.
9 A. M.?Guard mountlng.
9:30 A. M.?Butts-s manual.
10:30 A. M.?Salute to the board
11:30 A. M.?Bavonet exerclses.
?1:30 P. M.?Slgnallng wlth he
llograph and flags; "llrst ald to
the woundcdV drlll. and "advance
and rear guard" drlll.
8:00 P. M.?Revlew beforo board
of vlsltors, followed by battallon
Tuesday, June 2flil.
9:0o A. M.?Guard mountlng.
9:30 A. M.?Mornlng parade, pre
ceeded by "escort of the color."
10 A. M.?Battallon drlll. "sham
4:00 P. M.?Butts's Manual.
6:00 P. M.?Revlew before alum?
nl followed by battallon parade;
"Wednesday, JKine 2-lth.
9:00 A. M.?Guard mountlng.
11:00 A. M.?Graduating exer?
clses; prayer; announcement of
dlstlnctions; valedictory address.
by Cadot A. B. DoVuult, of Ten?
nessee; delivery of dlplomas and
oegrees; address bv Major-General
J. Franklln Boll. chief of staff, U.
S. Army; delivery of Jackson-Hope
medals by Governor Claude A.
Swanson; publlcatlon of promotlons
and appolntments in battalion of
cadets; "Auld Lang Syne."
3. The order of tho exercises
ln the foregolng paragraph wlll
be subject to such changes as oc?
caslon may requlre.
By command of Colonel Nlchols.
ST. J. R- MARSHALL.
Captain and Adjutant. V. M. I.
Annual Sermon nnd Y. W. C. A. Ad
tlre_??Those Rccclvlng Dlplomas.
BRISTOL, VA., June 1.?This was
commencement day at Sullins Colleg:.
and it marked the thlrty-soventh anni
versary of this noted Methodlst instl?
tution for the cducatlon of girls. Th.
baccalaureate sermon .- was preached
Sunday mornlng. Tho annual sermon
before the Young Women's Chrlstian
Association was preached Sunday nlght
by the Rev. D. Emory Hawks, of
Bluefleld. XV. Va.
Diplomas from the several depart
ments woro awarded to the followlng
Mlsses Pearl Albort. Zelma Albert,
Janle E. Alley. Corrine Brown, Clava
I. Clayton, Kate Graves, Gertrude
HUlenburg, Ada G. James, Leslie L.
Lacy, Lassie McNeil, Clyde Rcoves
Rutii Heeves, Nelllc Scanlan, Nellio V.
Sharitz, Ella T. Wynn, of Virginia:
Pearl Andes, Elizabeth Johnson, Bertha
Rosenblatt. Pauline H. Swan, Carrle
Sparger, Elizabeth Wexler, of Tennes?
see; Erma Campbell. of Loulslana; Eliz
Ellbeth Coouer. of West Virginia; Elsic
Elllott. Willie C. Moore, Elsle C. Robin?
son, Carrio A. Savage, Pearl Wllllam
son, of Alabama; Carrle F. Griffin,
abeth Cooper, of West Virginia; Elslo
C. Kennedy, of Mlssisslppl; Bessie Mc
Afee, of Texas.
[Speclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
FREDERICKSBURG, VA., June 1.?
The baccalaureate sermon beforo tho
graduates and students of Frederlcks
burg Collego was preached at tho
Presbyterian Church here last night
by tho ROv., Davidson McD. Douglas,
of Baltlmore.'N-prlth a largo and Inter
ested audienco.' The subject was "A
Heart of Unbelief." The subjoct was
presented In a clear, forclble style, anl
llstened to wlth close attention. The
music by the college chorus was
feature of tho evenlng.
WINC11E9TER. TO PROTEST.
Slrnng Conunlttee to Present It. Inter?
est.. Ileforc Comml.Nlou.
[Soecln.1 tn The Timos-Dlrpatch.l
WINCHESTER, VA., Juno 1.?Mayor
Baker to-day appointed a commltte?
of flfteen prominent buslness mon,
headed by Speaker R. E. Byrd and
Senator Robert M. "Ward, to present
Wiuchostor's Intorests beforo the Cor?
poration Cornniisslon ln tho matter at
issue between the Baltlmore and Ohlo
and Southern Rallroads concerning
through passenger train servlce bo
tweon Lexlngton and Alexandria.
Tho Baltlmore and Ohlo claims It
unfalr to requlro it to attach its
coaches to Southern tralns betwoen
Harrlsonburg and Alexandria, and that
to do so would dlvert much travet
from the Wlnchester sectlon.
Ilnd Rough Experience Iu Gale.
NORFOLK, VA? Juno 1,?The British
steamer Beeforth, Captain Osborn. from
Pensucola to Rotterdan}, lumber-ladon,
arrlved at Lambort's Polnt to-day for
bunker coal, after a severe experience
ln the seventy-mlle gale whlch swept
thu North Carollna coast last week. The
Beeforth lost 25 por cent. of her deck
load of tlmber.
Called (o rnvliiitluii,
I fineelil to The Tlmos-Dlspateh.]
BUCHANAN, VA., Juno 1.?Rov. E. C
Lynch, pastor of tho Presbyterian
Church, of tliis place, has recelved n
call to tho Covlngton Church. It wouh1
bn a mattor of general regrot wltl
aii denominatlons in thls plaoe shoulr*
Mr. Lyni-'h deelde to accept thn call,
l.'lotir nmi .'lliulug Mlll llurned.
| Spoclal to The Tlmos-DlspaW'h. |
WlNCHESTKlt, VA.. Juno 1.?A largo
flour and phiiiing mlll. ownotl and
operatod by John Chapman, at Slonos
vlllo, Humpshlro county, W, Va.. was
totally destroyed by flro last nlght, to
'? tethor wlth &U its oontentsWncludlHS
Dres8y men demand dressy
shoes. Natty style with a
glove-like fit is found in the
Packard Shoe. It has a
distinctive finish that har
monizes with the most stylish
clothing. Our Spring /jSt__\
Oxfords are stunning. froCKARD.
Sold e? $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00 in all style.
WM. A. SORG & CO.,
326 E. Broad St. Richmond, Va.
A.IAT1.1 lt PHOTOOHAPHY is instructlve, ele
vatlng and enti.rtnln.n_1. Our
Department Is complete ln every respect, and our
ArtisticDeveloping and Printing
brlngs dellght and satisfaction. Charges always
The S. Galeski Optical Co.,
Mantifnctiirlnir Optlclaim and l.xpcrt Adjuat.ra ot
-Pcctaclea, Eyc Cilanncs, Artificnl Kycs, Etc.
The Family Surrey
I. perhaps tho most popular vehtcle for
plea.ure rldlncr. as It s*>ats moro people than
Its close compctltors, the runabout or buggy.
As the demand tor these threa styles ot
carrlages Is greater than any other, we glvo
unremlttin. attentlon to every dctatl or Im?
provement. We Invlto your closest tnspec
tlr.n. and feel suro you can't flnd a more
duratilo or styllsh vehlclo than what we
Repairing and Repainting.
R. H. BOSHER'S SONS,
15 South Ninth Street.
much new machinery and household
goods of Henry Howard. whlch had
boen stored in tho mlll. Tho loss
amounts to $6,000.
Annunl Ilnn quet to Boont Norfolk.
[Speclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
NORFOLK, June 1?Under the aus
plccs of. the 200,000 League to-nlght
tho annual booster banquet of the or
gnnlzatlon was held ln the vacant store
No. 104 Granby Street. Several hun?
dred wero present, and a rouslng
booster meeting held. Presldent Paul
T. Colllns and Secretary E. H. Hyman
were the prlnclpal speakers of the
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