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frults It wlll boar." Chalrman Prentice reccrtTly lssued a ?tatement in which he aald he had rellablo Information that Mayor Gay? nor hnd favor?d the nomlnation of su? preme Court .Tutlee Martin Keogh for Governor rnther than .lohn A. Dlx. Thls waa ln rctutaHon of a statement laaued for the Mayor that Mr. Dlx had been hla cholce. The Cancer of TXooneveltJain. Cortland, N. Y? November ?.?"Let ua cut ont the cancer of Rooseyeltslm." ?ald former Judge Alton B. Parker ln a reply made hero to-nlght to what he ealled tho "natoundlng" address oT Sen? ator Elihn Root, delivered last week At Carnegle Hall, New Vork Ctty, "That was a most nstoundlng- ad? dress whlch Mr. Root delivered. Dare not revolt. or worse shall befall yon; aecept your chalns,' or feel the laah, erlnge or he crushed; assert your rlght Co name your exeoutlves and that rlght ?hall be definitely taken from you? that ln all falrness ls the sense of his tneech so faa as lt relates to tne tssuo 9t Rooseveltlsm whlch confronts us. "But let not anv adhercnt, of Mr. Taft's dolude hlmself wflh the bellei" that a vote for Mr. Stimson 18 a vote for Mr. Taft's renomtnatlon. tt ls a vote for Root. and Roosevelt, pure ann rlmple. Nothlng can lmpalr Mr. Taft's personai prestlge ln hls own' party so areatlv as a vote for the personai nom? inee of hls private defamer. "The Republican party machine which was defeated nt Saratoga by a dofcctlon of Mr. Roosevelt's macnine of many ot its supporters, has neon a trp.mendous evll ln thls Stato. lt pros pered through corruptlon, and, like every adrolt manlpulator of men, Mr. Roosevelt selzed the opportunlty tor his personai ends to swallow allve tho opposition to It, beat lt with its own forccs and at Its own game, and sr.b 5tltute his perswnal nominee and -its machine in its place. On its defeat. the Republican as well. as the Demo? cratic voters of the State ifiay congdl ulate themselves, but their next duty ls to prevent a substltutlon of the even fcorc obnoxlous Roosevelt machine." CHARTERS ISSUED CharttTR were grantod yesterday by the ?tatc Corporatlon Commlsslon to the follow? lng conccrns: Southern M<itor Crfr Company (Inc), Rlch? mond. h. M. I-cc, presldont; R. M. Strader. rice.presldent; R. E. Eastwood, secretary ar.d treasurer; C. W. Yeamnns. general man? ager? all of Richmond. Capltal stock: Max? lmum, J^.COO; mlnlmum, 11,000. Objects: Automoblle business. \ The Dudley-Shoad Realty Company (Inc), CUfton Forge, Va. E. A. Snead, president; AV. G. Dudley. vlce-presldent: J. H. Drnwry, iecretary and treasurer?all of CUfton Forge, A'a. Capltal: Maxlmum, S30.0O0; mlnlmum, IIS.C0O. Objects: Real estate business. Shenandocih Ore Company (Inc.l. Stuarts Draft, Va, J. .7. Bockee, president. Stuarta Draft; I. J. Kelster. vlce-presldent. Ayis, Va.; J. E. Doughorty, secretary and treaa urer. Harrlsonburg, Va. Capltal: Maxlmum. $5,000; mlnlmum. $2,500. Objects: Mlning business. Worthy Negro Dead. William Henry Harris, a worthy negro, who had the respect of many whlte friends. died Wednesday. Hls eleath was sutldon. ' and was caused from heart troublo. He was orlginally from Buckingham county. and hls remains havo -been carrled ,to hls old homo for burlal. Ho was tho support of an aged mother. and had been in the employ of J. Flnsteln for nearly ten years. He was forty years old. Report Ia Reoomroltted. The Council Commlttee on Water met last nlght for the purpose of recelvlng the re? port ot the subcommittee rolative to the rearrangement of salarles in the Water De? partment. The report was presented by Al? derman Gunst. ot Lee Ward. After consld? eratlon it waa tho senso of the commlttee thut somo detalls had not been sufflcicntly considered, and lt was recommltted. TJnvts?Poln?L xter. (Special to The Times-Dispatch.] Frederlcks Hall, Va., November 3.? A verv pretty marriage took place at the resldence of Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Polndexter, November 2. at 2:30 o'clock P. M., when thelr daughter. Miss Lucy Maude, was united in mar- , Comes from the Land ofSunshme ii The very source of Cottolene inspires confldence in the product. Tt is pure* It comes from the cottonfields of the Sunny South and from cottonfield to kitchen human hands never touch the oil from which Cottolene is made. Being a vegetable product, Cottolene is pure?and just as digestible as the purest olive oil. You can never be sure of this when using lard, which is simply hog fat ?an animal product. '""Cottolene is immeasurably superior to lard from a health standpoint. It makes pure, digestible, nourishing food, and food which any stomach can digest. The careful, once-posted housevvife will use Cottolene in place of lard every time. a Made only by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY e?s ? ; *ii^^^ s?r^k- M^ _^S\ Affti &$Xk M^) 'hCS* J^v Berry Coats for Girls The reason Berry Coats for girls are attraetlng so .much attention is because they are in reality the products of the best man tailors, and possess an alr of style and "exclusi veness" not to be found in any ready-to-wear coats we know of, yet they are marked at modest prices. All the new shades in both the styles showrt in the picture. Prices, $8 to $18. It's often said these days that "everything's so highl" . > _ The item of clothing tho, for boys may be approached with as little outlay as you ever made without sacrjficing quality?ifyou come to Berry's All-wool Suits at $4.80. All-wool Suits with extra trousers at $5. All new, stylish Berry gar? ments. Of course there are finer fabrics and better trimmings used in the making of Berry de lux*? garments for boys. These range iri prices that seem small in comparison with the grace and refined appearanee of the suits or ov ercoats. Our second floor is an at? tractive exposition of fashion able wear for young people. A visit from YOU .will be appreciated. riage to Anderson Davls, of Rlch? mond. Tho decorations were autumn leaves and chrysanthemums. Miss Myrtle Atkinson was maid of honor, and Mr. Nightin&ale, of Rlch? mond, was the groom's best man. Tho ceremony was performed by the Rev. L .1. Haley. The weddlng- march was played by Mrs. V. R. A'iers. After tho ceremony the couple left for an ex terided Northern trlp. SHAFT UNVEILED TO HEROIC DEAD Beautiful Monument Erected at Emporia by Daughters of , Confederacy. iPrjecial to The TlmeB-DIspa.tch.} Emporla, Va? Novomber 3.?It Is istlmatod that between S.000 and 10, )00 peopio saw the Confederate Bhatt :o Greenesville county's dead unveiled n Emporla thls afternoon. As Gov -rnor Mann sald, "It looked as lf there ,vero ten acres of, peopio here." . Desplto a drlzzlinfi-rain, whlch be ian to fall early thls mornlng, fhe urinclpal streets of the town wero ined wlth a moving mass of humanlty hat had assembled ln Emporla to soft he shaft dedlcated and' hoar tho irhor Montague, .ludge J. F. West, E. ? rnor ai tague. .ludge J. F. West. E. Jeyton Turner and Rev. F. G. Davls. It was a fenst ol oratory from the ;lme the chnlrman of the occasion, Sev, F. G. Davls, began hls address of velcome. , V Upon the hurriedly constructed plat .'orm the Daughters of thc Confederacy if Greenesv'llo county hnd assemblod iwatttng the arrival of the Governor ind other invited guests. Aming thoso ;eated within the lnclosure were! lovernor Willlam Hodges Mann, _x .overnor Andrew .lackson Montague, >? Rlchmond; .Tudge .lesse F. West, of iVoverly; E. Peyton Turner, Rev. F, % Davls, Rev. Mr. Gibboncy! W. R. :ote, Isaac Kfini-y, John Murphy, ?'ommonweuUh's Attorney Powell, Dr. Luclen Lofton, W. T. Tudor, R. J. Jreen, H. \V. Hall, S. V. Bouthall, Jr., 2 tl. Howe, S. XI Crulkshank, Sherllt Sam Lee, B. W. Wyche, M. .1. Squlre md a number of others. The Klch nond Blues' Band sat directly ln the rear of the speakers and dlsponsed stlrrlng alrs durlng tho exerclses. To the southeast seventy-flvo school jhildren wore statloned, all of whoni :_rried Confederate llags and sang pa trlotlc alrs. ? After an Invocatlon by Rev. Mr. 3ibboney, Rev. Fred G. Davls mad? the address of welcome, and sustalned his reputatlon %s nn orator and a forciblo speaker. Mr. Davls referred ln toiichlng torms to the Confederaoy. i Opposite the speakers' stand this members of A. P. Hlll Camp, of Peters? burg and Greenesville Camp of Con federates had a place of honor. They were there to pay tribute to their be loved comrartes. Tha Greenesville Guard, under com? mand of Captain Wllliam Manfleld, act ed as an escort of honor, wlth Malor Goodwyn and Adjutant Smith leadin* the column. Mr. Davls. upon lntroducing Mrs. Anna Chambliss-Green, who unveiled the monument, made known the fact that she is a granddaughter of General John R. Chambllss, of Greenesville county. Mrs. Green's escort comprlsed" sixteen young women, who represented as many Southern States. In a speech full ot pathos, E. Peyton Turner, clerk of tho County Court. pre? sented the monument to tho people of Greenesville county. Mr. Turner's ef? fort was punctuated with applause and was pronounced a splendld effort by every one who heard hlm. The acceptance of the shaft was ably dono by Judge Jessc F. West, o'f the _lrcuit Court. Governor Mann followed the last named speaker, and upon aris Ing, Jacketed in a coat of Confederate NULIFE wlll keep you from gettlng that hump on your back (and front) as you ad? vance towards middle age. NULIFE not only makes one feel good but it makes them LOOK good?you main tain the erect physique and tho elastic step of youth I If the youth is inclined to stoop, NULIFE will make him straight, keep him straight and make him grow straight ?and healthy. Price, complete, $3.00. ?TAsk for NULIFE booklet. C&felLt^r# gray, the Chief Executivo caught the crowd. His Excellency related many aitrrlng anecdotes of the AA'ar Betwoen the States. Whlch ovoked hearty ap plause and Iaughter. The Governor, ln closlng his address, paid a beautlful tribute to tho Confed? erate BOldter. He then Introduced Ex Oovernor Andrew Jackson Montague. Mr. Montague is a great favorlto here, and ha was grceted wlth an outburst of enthuslastlc apj>lause. The shaft represents a Confedorato soldier at rest, mounted on a granite base. The inscription on tho front of the shaft reads: "To the Confederate soldiers of Oreencsville county, who, ln defense of rights they belleved to be sacred, took up arms agalnst the In vaders of Virginla. The glory remains, and the bittcrness is passed." . On the reverse side ls the followlng inscription: "Erocted by the Daughters of tho Confederaoy of Greenesville county, 1910." - SLASHKD AVITH A KNTFE. Two Men Cut Across Face by Man They Are Trytae to Qnlct. [Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.] Roanoke, Va., November 3.?Francls B. Henretta and Frank Lynch were sl&shed across the face with a knlfe tn almost identical spots to-nlght by Robert Jones. Jones and a party of men and women were dlsorderly on the street, and when Henretta and Lynch attempted to qulet him, Jones used a knlfe on them. Jones was lock ed up. ? ' ? The Tennessee at Norfolk. Norfolk, Va.. November 3.?Tht United States armored crulser Tennes see, aboard of whlch Presldent Taft -is to make hls trlp to Panama, was to-day jolned in Hamnton Roads by her consort, the Montana. Both shlps, lt was' announced from the Norfolk navy yard. will coal and make ready for the Presldent's departure later in the month. STATE SURGEONS DESIRE SALARIES (Cont'nuod From First Page.) responded to a toast. Ho sald ho had novor eeen its cQual. it would intloed bo dlfftcuit to dlscovor a suporior. The board litoraily groaned under the wolght of good things. Huge liams, wholo plgs, turkoyi, overy varlety of rellsh, were in tho utmont profuston, untll it would seem that in quantlty at ioaat it must havo equalod the fabled banquet boards of tho med leval days ot Merrio England, The surgeona did their best. Paying ettbntion flrst to the oysters, dlpped from excnvatlona in hugo cakes of ice. they mado thelr way through all the various good things to be hfld. Wlth the oigars, Major Truman A. Parker, for tho members of the local arrangoments commlttee, called flrst upon General George H. Torncy, tho presldent-elect The dlstlngulshed sur geon-gcneral of tho army found It dtf flcult to express hls pleasure, and sald but a few words. He was suocceded by Dr. George Ben Johnston, and he by Dr. Georgo Ross, who In a delightful manner paraphrnsed an anclent poem regardlng the uses of water. One after another, members of tho different branehes represented ln the assoclatlon spoke, vyinK with each other ln tho trlbutes pald . to Rlchmond and thu character of tho entertainment whlch had been thelrs. Dauveroua Producln. Flrst Vice-President C. P. Werten? baker, of the Public Health and Marlne .Hospital Service, had Somo.things to say about the seductlvo naturo of cer? tain artleles produced in Richmond and at the Westmoreland Club, but his ar dor in thls regard was somewhat damp ened by Dr. J. Fulmer Bright, surgeoa of tho Rlchmond Blues, who recltcd the now famous rhyme about the iropend lng drought in tho South. Those mombors who had not pre vlously met General Torney were dc llghted wlth him. A kindly, unassum lng man, he won the affectlon of every one he mot. He was cducated at the Unlverslty of Virginla quite a good many years ago. "1 got two of my best men from Rlchmond," he sald. "They aro Colonel McCaw and Major King. I am glad of the honor which has been done me. Any remarks I may make to-morrow at my Induction Into office wlll be few. I assure you. I shjiuld have been here earlier in the week, and since I have arrlved I am more than ever sorry that I could not have been present throughout the meeting." RANGER MEETS IIIS DEATH. Shot Whlle I.ookln* for Ponche*? Mnn Who Did Shootlnp.Iii Arrested. [Special to The TImcs-IMspatch. 1. Ashevllle, N. C, November 3.?Clay? ton Davls, a ranger on the Vanderblli estate, was shot and kllled yesterdas aftornoon bv a man named Kearns, or the border of the estate, while he ant a companlon were looklng for poach ers. Davis and Wlll Cogbur.i, an as slstant ranjrer, were walking along s ravine, watchlng for poachers, whi have been kllllng deer on the borderi of the estate, when a rlfle repor sounded from bushes nearby, and Davi; exclalmed that he had been shot. Hl: companlon went to Mr. Vanderbllt': lodge on Mount Plsgah for assistance and while he was gone, the woundei News of South Richmond Bouth Richmond.Bureau, The Tiraea-Dlspatch, 1103 Hull Street. Great .was the hllarlty last nlght when a "Tom Thumb Wedding" waa pulled off ln Ceraley'a Hall, Swansboro. Scores of mar rlageable young; maidcns and future hus. bands witnessed the beautiful nuptials. Those who took pare were: Brlde, little Wlnnie Webb; groom, Master George Trevlllian; beat man, Cecll Morrlssette; mald of honor, Edlth Trevnllan: father, CUrtls Jenklns; mother, Llzzlo Webb; flower girls, Annie Tyler, Blalo Webb, Annie Snelllnga and Ruth Fowler; brlde's malda, Beaile Burrows, Inle Lowry. Lottle Taylor, Mlldred Wyatt. Vlvlan Wll. llama, Irene Brown; Marguerite Andrews; ushers, Bernard Heath, John Tyler; groom's men, Howard Crlddle, Clarence Snelllngs. Raymond Jenklns, Wlllle Purdle. Bernard Lowry. The gueata : wero Lorello Webb. Gertrude Toney, Mable Burrows. Gracle Moore. Luclle Moore, Goldle Sternc. Bcrlha Moore, Gladys- Barrett. The mlnlster waa Marlon Webb. Other features of tho enter? tainment wara gfforded by the following: Mlsaoa Maud Merrltt, Alma Webb, Loulsa Barrett. Vlvlan ?Wtlllami and Lorelle Webb. The merrlment lasted- up to a late hour, and the conaenaui of oplnlon was that the en? tertainment could hardly hava been mora cnjoyable, Three-Year-Old Runaway. I.ena Hlcks was her name. and she haa been called Lena about three years. Sho wa: the tlnleat pickannlny imaglnable, and someilmc Wednesday she strayod from "mammy." Sho llves ln Rlchmond, but had heard so much of South Rlchmond that sho walked acrosa the Free Brldge and became utterly lost. Wlllle, Just for a name, about seven, of the same color, aeted tho good Samarltan and cscorted Lena to the pollce statlon, whero kind old Sergeant Ltpscomb got ln her confldence. .Sho was soarco on Information and couldn't locato her home. By thls time she-lij probably wlth her Bcarod "mammy," and It wlll be many moons be? foro Lena goes out lnto tho vor'tox of life alone. Wlxonl of the Cue. Fred B. Hall, wlzard of tho cue, gave an exhibitlon of fanoy and trick pool shots Wednesday nlght beforo a largo crowd ln Noal's saloon at Elghth and Hull Stroets. The crowd waa a-Jolly ono, and much ban terlng was Indulged ln, and ono or two men added to the occasion by dlrectlng romarka to Hall wlth tldblts of "I can do that." or mostly. "I know a fellow who can." Hall showed them he could, although he has cer? talnly glven better exhibitlon*. Prof. Hall oxpects to g|ve several exhlbltlons at aome of the clubs In Rlchmond before ho leaves tho' clty. Death of Mrs. .Tones. Mrs. Eldrldge Jones dled early yesterday mornlng ox the resldence of her father, E. Scott Glbbs, 1200 Batnbrlojge Street. ln th* twonty-elghlh year of her age. She Is aur. vlved by hor husband, father, mother and ono brother. Tne funeral wlll be conducted thls morning at ll o'clock from Centra: Methodist Episcopal Church. At tho mootlng of New South Councll, No, S, Jr. O. U. A. M., a week ago, the matter of ralnlng the death beneflt of the lodgt from i'M ta $,',0o was favorably passed upon. Goes to Jury To-day, The jury In Hustlnga Court, Part 2, yes .terday. waa ailjourned over untll 30 o'clocli | thls mornlng by .ludge Ernost Wells in th< caso of C. O. Dlllon, sulng the Virghilr i Rallway and Power Company for $5,000 dam i ages. Thc case Wlll get to the Jury to-day. Mrs. E. B. Adams, ot Decatur Stroet, hai beon ent'ertalnlng for lhe paat week Ertlto ll. B. Hule nnd daughters,.Loulse and Lols from East Hartford. Conn. Manchos-tor Lodge, No. SI3, B, P, O, B. held Its tacekly mootlng last- nlght at ocloelt. Oyatera aro just about one-half as ehoit' here In South Rlchmond as across the rlvei One dozen delicious hlvalvcs enn bo go'tte for the paltry sum of 20 cents. whe.rc |i Rlchmond ono must cough up 35 cents n tho lowest. '/ Hunters nntho Jump'. \ ( "Let's go huntlnsr la the slqgan heard Oiral alrie* thla crlsp, line weather. And they ar golng, and comlng back loaded wltli gam aud unwlnillng storles by tho yard. Captal Llpscomb went a-llshlng once too.often >k many yearB ago. The captain iloftsn't mln tnlllng'the story now, llo waa duc lo man hls wpooavftiico ln' the courthouse one cia ilml tho tUhltig heo was misszlng-aml Ue-JU' klml of forgot the bothersome oourt. Tiior wns great eonfualon.when he didn't aPP"' 80 Alex Wright waa sont after?hlm. wll tho tnjuiKitlon to get hlm thero by a oujoo tlo and tho captain are good frlonrti. and ? ha.l an ldea. Well, after aome ; hours ._r, found the lost ono sollipqulzlng witnn xod oa tiiti banjs 0: a ?Ueau?? W.ei A TABLE AD EVERY DAY Popular m the Home! Because mary member of the famfly can pfayat pleasure, THE tNNER-PLKTER T*Aom HAmtx PIANO is immensely popular !n th* home. The years ol training necessary to play the ordinary piano is not necessary With the Inner-Player Piano. Wonder ful, isn't M Catalogue free on appllcatlon fableVicno Eo. Madlaoa 8784, 818 B. JUroaa, EVERYTHING MUSICAL man walked a dlstance of threo mlles toward hls home b'efore hc was over- j taken. He dljod flve hours after .the shooting. Kearns, the man who dla the shooting, ga"Ve ifp after the aftatr happened, and stated that he mtstook Davls for a deer In the bushes, and when he found that he had been mls taken was too frlghtened .to return to the wounded man. He was placed un? der arrest, and taken to Hend*raon ville, in Henderson county, wnere the ohootlng occurred. > . MEETS IN LYNCHBURG,. Seaalon of Wowan'a Auxlilary of nlocc?c of Southcr/i Virginla. [Special to The TImes-Dispatch.] Lynchburg. Va., November 3.?The annual rnoetlng of the Woman's Auxlliary of the Diocese of Southern Virginia of the Episcopal Church, or? ganlzed thls mornlng, and a busy ses? sion was spent In hearing reports from all of the departmenta of work throughout the diocese. The report of. Mra Fltcher. of Norfolk, was of especial interest. An lnterestlng feuture was the report of Mlss Whit fleld, relatlve to a mountain mission school ln Alleghany county, several mlles from Covington. Dr. John J. Lloyd conducted a quiet hour at Grace Memorlal Church thls afternoon. and to-night Dr. Moto. a Japanese scholar, made an address on 1 conditions ln Japan. -. i Judge Tteservea Declslon. [.Special toTheTimes-D'spatch.] ? Norfolk, Va., November 3.?Afjer hearing arguments to-day In the Cor | poratlon Court, Judge Hanckel reserved hls declslon in the motion to set a6lde j the verdlct in tho case of John J. I Smyth. trled and found gullty of mur ! der ln the Ilrst degree, for the slay [ Ing of hla wlfe and little daughter. Wright, ho Just had to laugh, and the. cap. taln. ho laugbed too, because he haa a keen aenso of humor. And the Judge and the court laughed alao when tho twain made thelr appearance. Captain Ltpscomb Is al. ways fond of a good story. even when the Joke ia on hlm. He wlll bo glad to give the mlnute dotalls of 'hla groat flshlng ex? cursion to anybody. * OBITUARY Funeral of Mr. Crp-sjder The funeral of N. A. Crowder, who dled suddeniy af Ginter Park on Wed? nesday. ln the slxty-nfth year of hls age. wlll take place from l2\Vest Cary Street thls mornlng at 11 o clocK. Robert I.ludsey. Robert Lindsey dled Wednesday nlght about 11 o'clock. Hei; aurvl.ve?l by hls wifo and by four chlldreo. Tijo interment wlll take place ln the family buryhig ground at Taylorsville to morrow mornlng. Mm. Eldredgc Je-ne*. _ Mrs. Eldredge Jones flled at the home of her father. E. Scott. Glbbs. l-'OO Bainbrldge Stvoet, yesterday ln the twenty-eighth year of her age. bhe leaves a husband, father and mother and one brother. The funeral will place from Central Methodist Church, South Richmond, thls morning at ll o'clock. -' ' II. 9. Major. [Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch. 1 ? Henaerson, N. C, November 3.?H. S. Major dled to-day at noon. aged slxty one years. For several years he had been an Invalld, but his death was un expected. Ho-^was born in Charlotte county, Va? but: reared in Granvilie and Warren countles. One brother, Samuel Major. of South Boston, sur? vives hlm. The funeral servlces wlll bc held to-morrow at noon, and lnter? ment wlll he made ln Elwood Cemeterj. Mrs. Slua H. Fleet wood. [Speclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.] Franklin, ? Va., November 3.?Mrs. Nlna Holt Fleetwood, w<fe of P. Fleet wood. dled at Franklln, early-this i mornlng. . The burlal wlll bo at the town cemeteryin Waverlyon Frlday November 4, at 3 o'clock P. M. Mri, Eininn C Jett. - Hampton. Va... isovember 3.?-Mrs. Emma C. Jett, elghty-llve years old, dled late last.nlght in her Klng Stree resldence. She was a direct descendanl of the late Blshop Latlmer, who was burned at Oxford, England, on accouui ot belng a pronounced reforn'-r, .-, ,Mr?, .Juuoi, AV. IiOiiun. [Speclal to Tho Tlmes-Dispu: t.l ? Harrlsonburg, Va., November -.? Mrs. Jacob W. Donas, slxty-slx years old, dled yesterday near Mt. .lackson, Shenandoah county, atter anjllness ot four days with pnoumonia. She leaves her husband, elght chlldren and olght brothers.and sisters, ' , . DEATHS CROWDER?Dled, suddeniy, at Ginter Park, at 3 P. M., November 2. N. A CUO.WDEPv, ln the slxty-nfth ..vyew of his ago. He loavas. one daughter ?Mrs. J. M. Booker. a,,.nn> li-uneral from 12 W'est Cary. Strec THIS (Frlday)' MORNING at 11 o'clock. LINDSEY-Dled Wednesday, J Novem? ber 2. 1910, at 11 P. M? llOBbKJ TiiNDSEY. Ho lonves a wlfe am four chlldren-Wllliam and Sarh oi Baltimore; John Eindsey of Alexan? drla, and Mary E. Elndsey, of 90. ?%ie?U"ema^wiUbe taken toTay; lorsvllle Saturday niorning at,.-; o'clock. The Interment will be in thi family buryinf. ground. 1 JONES?Died. "t M]e. residence, ofho father, Mr. E. Sc?"a uJ?rb&lT1U0r Bnlnhrldge Streot Ml-h. jBJjgPIPgJ JONES, ,ln her twenty-clghtli yeai Sho lonves a husband. father. am rpother-and one brother. ? - Funeral from Central M. 13. Ohurel FniDAY MORNING, November 4, ,a ll o'olock. ' Chlldron C?ry FOR FLETCHER'S JURY SECUREDIN INSURANCE USE First Witness in Action Brought i by Newport News Will Be Heard To-Day. [Special to Tho Tlmca-Dlspatch.] Newport News, Va., November 3.?* When tho Corporatlon Court adjourneil :o-nlght 'a jury had been secured and tho attorneys had mado their openlntf statements and tho court was ready, to hear testlmony in the caso of tho Commonwealth against A. B. Androwtt ?nd tho other twenty-tlrree offlcers and nembera of tho Southeastern Undor ivrltora* Assoclatlon, who aro chargod ivlth unlawfully consplrlng to llx and control rates for flre insurance ln this' clty. The flrst witnesa will taka the stand to-mo"rroW inornlng. Koven cttlzena . of Southampton county, six farmers and one general storckeeper, composo the Jury, whlcK was selected from twolvo men who arrlved hero to-day from Southamp? ton. Congressman William A. Jones. of ferlng for rc-olection ln tho Flrat Dlstrict. mado hls only speech of tha campalgn here to-nlght. Mr. Jones, who has Just returned frOm the Nlnth Dlstrict,,declarod that ho la as certain of Henry C. Stuart'a electlon as he wan of hla own. Tho Republlcans conceda Mr. Jonea's election by a large ma? jorlty. ? ? UOOKER WASHINGTON KXDS . TOUR OK NORTH CAROLINA Wilinlngton. N. C, November 3.?Be? fore nn audlence of about 4.000 poople. Booker T. Waahlngton delivered the laat apeech of a prearranged achedulo on a week's tour of North Carollna here to-night. Ho haa beon accom panlcd on thla trlp tlyough tho Stato hy a large party of prominent colored men from tho Statea of Alabama, North Carollna. South Carollna, Massa chuaetts, Louisiana, Kentucky and tha District of Columbia, and he has at all placea delivered strong addreasen, full of good advice to hls people. Ho haa pleaded wlth the whlte people tc be of more and more help and en couragement to the colored people ln thelr effortB'at race bijJldlng. Two Gamea In Two Dnya. [Special to The Tlmea-Dlapatch.] Frederlcksburg. Va,, November 3.?< The Frcderlckaburg College football team will leave here Frlday mornlng to play two games in two daya?one wlth Wash? ington College, at Chestcrtown. Md., on Frlday, and the other wlth St. .lo aeph'a College. In Baltlmore, on Sat? urday. The team returns here Satur? day nlght. .Storm on . the Coant. Norfolk, Vn.. 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