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THE wedding of Mlss Jcannette
Balrd Jacob daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Willlam A. Jacob, to .;.
IKtanard Archer, aon of Mr. and Mrs.
John W, Archer, waB celebrated at
2:30 o'clock Thursday afternoon, Dr.
Ryland Knlght ofllclatlng. and, the cer
?mony' belng performed lh thc home ot'
'the brlde's parents, nt Forest Mlll,
The hotiHo was decorated wlth palms,
.chrysanthemums and llghted candles. i
, Mrs. C. C. Jacob, .wearlng a whlte lace]
robe over messaline, piayed the wed- |
dlng march from "Lohen'grln," apd
durlng thn ceremony, "Bellovo Me, lf All
.Thoso Endoarlng Young Charms." Mlss
Elsle Jacob and Mlss Vcra Ramos, the
brldesmahlH, wore yellow messallne,
wlth black plcture hats, and carrled
chrysanthemums.. Dr. T. Hhelton and
C. C. Jacob wero the ushers. Abbott
Lloyd Archer. brother of the groom,
waa best man, MIbh .lessle Jacob, hIs
ter ot the brlde, was mald of honor.
Whe was gowned ln valet net over mes?
sallne, had on a velvet hat und carrled
whlte chrysanthemumf.
The brlde, who entered wlth her
father, wore a Burgundy-eolored cloth
travellng, town, wlth hat to match.
Her flowers wero a showtr of Brlde
Mr. and Mrs. Archer will make a
tour of tlio Northern cities ,on thelr
woddlng trlp.
invitiitioiiK Isnued.
Invltations have been Issued for the
marrlage of Miss Teresa Loulse Clarke,
the daughter of A. B. Clarko, to Jullen
Uunn, Commonwealth's attorney of
Henrlco county, the wedding to be cel?
ebrated November 17, at 0:30 P. M., in
the Flrst Baptlst Church.
Mlss Clarke, slnce her debut ln Rlch?
mond, has traveled extenslvely, havlng
?rone abroad ttvlce. She ls a very cul
ttired and attractlvo young glrl, a
tjraduate of Holllns Inatltute. Mr.
Gunn li promlnent among the younger
members of the legal profetslon ln
Vlslttuc Her Purontn.
Mrs. W. Duncan Lee, of the Hanover,
ls vlslting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
i'. D. Everett, ln Washlngton, and ex
pecta her brother from Portland, Ore.,
to joln her there ln a few days.
Snnce nt Brunawlck Inn.
Saturday evening last, at lhe Bruns
wlck Inn. a dance was glven by J. W.
Elllson, Jr.,' and Charles J. Ellison.
Those danclng were"?Mlss Lola Brown,
of Rlchmond, with .1. W. Ellison. Jr.:
Ml'*s Vlrglnla Henderson, wlth Dr.
.Wii.lam Patterson; Mlss Kllpsteln, of
California. wlth Charles J. Ellison;
Miss p.csste Austin, wtth H. D. Colner;
^Mies Hood Thompson, wlth Wllliam
Gallahor; MIbs Hclen Colner, wlth J. a
Ellis; Miss Ruth Lavell, wlth Dr. Mll
If-women were called upon to register
their votes as to the most satisfactory
Flour for all purposes, the plurality of
.ballots would read DUNLOP ELOUR.
Made in Richmond.
. Used for Generattons.
Sold on 4 Continents.
The Dunlop Mills, Richmond, Va.
J. B. Mosby & Co.
Women's Cape Gloves QC
,to-day. . ODC
Regular price $1.00.
Men's Featherweight All Wool Under
. wear, $1.00 and $1.50
Good as the Name
F. W. Dabney & Co.
Try a Pair Today
You Can Get Some Unusually
Good Suits at a Low Price
Here To-day. t
Bayk-Yarborough Co.
This May Manton
< Shoe
in all Leathers
Parrish Bros.
21W. Broad
Sutheriaud & Cfaerry
Speclal?Odds and- ends ln Furniture,
Iron Beds, Mattings, Stoves, etc. Cheap
lu oloso them >ul. "? r
Vests and
Flecce lined; special e%e\
Way Muffler, in all Q?
sizes and colors. wOC
ler, ot Staunton; Mlss Mary Haines,
with Paul Woodfln; Mlss Mary Elllson,
wlth R. P. Elllson; MlH3 Gloze Brooke,
wlth Mr. Whltmore, of Staunton, and
Charles Henderson; Mlss Corrle Austin,
wlth Albert Austin;[Mlss Mabel Morrle,
with Mr. McFarland, of Staunton.
The- stags were Malcomb McComb,
Arthur Austin, of Staunton; Mr. Moran,
of Washington and Lce; Dick Smith, ot
Wanhlngton and Lee; John Smith, Mr.
Moore, of Roanoke; Loomla Fox ahd
Kenton Colner. ;,
Thc dance was chaperoned by *Mr.
and Mrs. W. G. Elllson and Mrs. Pllny
I-'ishburne. Music was furnished by a
strlng orchestra.
At Mayflcld, on Phoebus Bay, the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar M. Ten
nls, the weddlng of thelr daughter,
Grace Ircne, to John Hancock Baker,
of* Rlchmond, was celebrated Thurs?
day afternoon, Rev. E. Pendleton Jonea,
D. D., pastor of Hampton Baptist
Church, offlclating.
Mlsa Tennls, a cotisln of the brlde.
attlred in blue crepe de chlne and car?
rylng whlte roses and carnatlons, was
the maid of honor, and John Taylor, of
Rlchmond, was Mr. Baker's best man.
The brlde was attlred most becomlngly
ln a gown of whlte crepe de chlne and
carrled Brlde roses and lllles of tho
Mrs. Baker ls the daughter of Edgar
M. Tennls. presldent of the Bank of
Phoebus. and ono of tho leadlng bus?
iness men on tho lower Penlnsula. She
ls a graduate ot the Woman's College,
ln Lynchburg, and a general favorite
with all her acquaintances. Mr. Baker
Is eonneeted wlth the Rlchmond ofllce
of the Virginla Home, Fire and Marlne
Insurance Company.
Followlng the weddlng ceremony Mr.
and Mrs. Tennls gave an elaborate
woddlng dinner and reception to the
brldal couple and thelr frlends. Among
those attendlng the dlnne'r and recep?
tion Were Mrs. Baker, mother of the
groom; Mr. and Mrs. McChesney, Mr.
Baker and Mlss Edmondson, of Rlch?
The brldal couple were the reclpl
ents of many beautlful and costly wed
dlrig gifts of sllver, cut glasg and other
useful artleles, thus attestlng the pop
ularlty of the young people.
Mr. and Mrs. Baker left last evenlng
for New York, where they wlll spend
thelr honeymoon, and wlll then go to
Rlchmond to make thelr home.
A notable and lnterestlng social event
was the marriage of Mlss Jean Waller.
of Martlnsvllle, Va., to George Ross
Clark, of Reno,' Nev., at the home of
the bnde's paj^nts, Dr. and Mrs. George
E. Waller. Martlnsvllle, at 11:30 o'clock
on November 2. The marriage waa a
qulet home affalr, only the Immedlate
relatlves of the bride and groom being
present. Rev. S. J. Battln, of the Meth
odlst Episcopal Church, South, of Mar?
tlnsvllle. was the offlclating clergyman.
The brlde wore a handsome tailored
golng-away gown of brown clo'th and
carrled a shower bouquet of Brlde roses
and lllles of the valley.
After a weddlng Journey through
Mexlco, Californla and other Paclflc
coast States, Alr. and Mrs. Clark wlll ?
be at home ln Reno, Nev.
The brlde,, whose beauty and personai
charm has rendered her one of the
most popular members ot the soclety
set ln Martlnsvllle, ls the youggest
daughter of Ur. and Mrs. George E.
Waller, and has a large clrclo of rela?
tlves and '.frlends throughout Virginla.
The family ls one of the oldest of the
leadlng Virginla famliies, havlng been
prominent ln thc State since Its flrst
Mr. Clark ls a n&tlve Ylreinian, who
ls also eonneeted wlth some of the most
prominent famiUes__ln Virginia, but
answered, a number of years ago.' the
call of the West, where he has achleved
an envlable success ln business. He ls
now a consultlng and operatjng mlning
engineer in Reno, Nev. He also has a
large clrcle of relatlves and frlends ln
thls section of the State.
l'crsonul Mcntlon.
Thomas B. Hutchlnson, of Blacks?
burg, Va., ls a visltor to the clty.
S. Brown Allen and Mrs. Allen, or
Staunton, Va., are spendlng several
days ln Rlchmond as the guests of Mrs.
L. L. Scherer.
Mlss Llly West is vlsltlng Mlss
Therese Nurney, of Suffolk, Va.
Mrs. ,'Llonel Barton, of Norfolk, ls
the guest of her sister, Mrs. R. Jeter
Jones, of Barton Helghts.
Mlss Emily Glenworth Hall returned
Wednesday from a charmlng vlslt to
Washington, D. C, where she was tho
guest of her brother, Edwln Chamber
layne Hall, fo? the month ot October..
fiuitfirlst Mndo Tour I'uder Ausplces of
Emory und Henry Glee Club.
[Speolal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
Emory, Va., November 4.?-On? of the
pleasant social events at Emory and Henry
Odllege recently was the banquet given by
Prof. UcReyiiolds In honor of hls frlend,
Johnson Bane, the dlstlngulshed gultarist,
of Plttsburg. who has just completed hla
Virginla tour under the maiiagemont of the
Emory, and Henry Gleo Club.
After an tnfornial reception at the college
Y. M. C. A. parlors the guests repaired to
the dining.room of Byars Houso,' where a
four.course supper was sorved. Mr. Hogg,
presldent of the glee club, wai toast.
master. Tho followlng were present: Mrs.
Mantgomery, Mlsses. Wllllams, Katherine
Wllllams, Wampler, BesBle Wampler, Akers,
Juanlta Akers, Bowyer. Maranda, Bowyer,
Mayme BowyeV, Ellzabeth Kelloy. 'Yost,
Lotltita YoBt, McConnell, Keyes and Smith:
Messrs. Suddath, Eustwood, Beard, . Hdfg?
Lark, Oarlton, Lotsploch, Patty, Kellay,
Johnson, Bane, MoReynolds, Wllson, Mar.
shall, Bunts and Huntor.
--^-?-.. .
(Special to The Trmes-Dispatoh.]
CharloUesvllle, Vo., November 4.?Tho flrst
annual exhlbitlon ot tha Albemarle Pouitry.
Assoclatlon, whloh has been ln progress for
the past three days, came to a ploaa to
nlght when tha prizes wero awarded. Tha
show proved a blg success, closo to 1,W0
birds belng on exhlblt. Next yoar's exhlbi?
tlon promlses to bo on a. much larger acala.
The offlcers of the assoclatlon arp: N, T.
Wtnytleld. presldent; I)r, O. M. Trlce, vlco.
Iirasldent; L. J. Allogroo, seoretary, Execu
tlve Comm|ttaa?Charles W, -Hulflsh, Bar?
nard 8. Horne, Davld Sloan, H. Thornton
Bowies, Dr, F. H. Wllllams and Hugh Haw
Wa* w
Exhibits Exceptionally Fine.
Interesting Contests
[Speclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
Bedford Clty, Va., November *.?Despite
the cold and wlnd there wai a good ""crowd
present at the openlng of the Horttcultural
l'alr thla mornlng. The exhlblta ot corn.
applea, potatoes, of both varletlea, vegetable*
and nut? are exceptionally flne, Imprcaslng
moit lavorably the vlsitors from other
The display of poultry la pronounced by
competent authoritlea aa the fine?t aeen at
any falr In Vlrglnla thla season.. For tho
flrst time here honea, cattle, hogs and
sheep are on exhibitlon, and are all aplen
rild apeclmena. The dlapiay of woman's
work ls large and, beautiful. /
Addresses were mado thla mornlng by G.
XV. Kolner, Commissloner of Agrlculture; J.
F? Gordon, on soil Improvement; *Dr. Mlller,
on improvement of. live atock; Prof. Starch
cr, of tho (ixperlment statlon of V. P. I.,
on fruit Industry.
In connection wlth thla falr tha contests
of the rural achoola on agrucuttural and,
domestlc educatlonal linei, under tho'
ausplees of the Llbrary Aaioclatlon, la held.
To-morrow prizes* will bo awarded.
A baby ahtiw, conteat for the prettlest
country glrl, between alxteen and alxty,
largett famlly, and others wlll be hold.
This falr wlll **>ubtl*sa result ln a per?
manent organleatlon, wlth adequate acctom
modatlons for holding such exhlblta.
?-.- [
Mlnlster'' Goes to Smith Boaton?Other
FrericrleknhiirK SeWs.
[Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
Frederlcksburg, Va., Novomber 4.?
A heavy wind storm prcvalled here
last nlght, and continues to-day. Some
damage has resulted. A largo cedar
tree ln the Clty Cemetery was blown
over, destroylng a portlon of the City
Cemotery wall, near the Amelia Street
Rev. Henry G. Lane left here to-day
for South Boston, where he has ac?
cepted a call as rector of the Episcopal
Church at that place, and wlll preach
hls flrst sermon on Sunday. Hls wlfe,
who ls stlll here. wlll joln hlm later.
Rev. J. H. Henderllte, of thls clty, ls
conductlng a serles of meetlngs at the
Presbyterlan Chapei at Mllford, preach?
lng each night this week. Large
crowds are attendlng, and much lnter?
est ls manlfested,
? Many huntsmen from this dty -havo
gone out thls week, and many of them
have been successful, bagglng- a num?
ber of partridges and rabblts. Only a
few turkeys have been shot.
Much lnterest Is felt tn the appolnt?
ment bv Judge J. E. Mason. of the Clr?
cult Court of Spotsylvanla county. of a
supervisor for Llvingston District, to
succeed the late W. L. Walte. Among
those most prominently mentloned for
tho position are J. H. Blscoo and M. F.
Walte. The latter ls a brother of the
dead supervisor.
Georre 3Ica>?d Serlously Injured When Ma?
chine Coltldes Wlth Traln.
[Epecial to The Tlmes-Dlspatch. 1
Fayetteville, N. C. November 4.?George
B MeLeod. ex-sherlff of Robeson and chair?
man of lhe Democratic Executlve Committee
of that county. was badly inlured ln an
autoraobllo accident to-day near Rae^ford.
The auto colllded at a crossing wlth a traln
on the Aberdeen and Rockfish Rallway. The
other occupants. Tom Pate, chauffeur. and
T. L. Johnson, of Lumberton. were only
sllghtly hurt. The auto was completely
WMcLeod was brought to the Hlghsmlth
Hospltal. thls city, where he Is now rest
lng quletly- _
Clothe. CaU-h on Fire from Open Grate and
Injuriea Prove Fftlal.
[Speclal to The Tlmes-DIspatch.J
Charlottesvllle, Va.. November 4.?Mra. EI
len Hamner. aged seventy-flve years. wlfe
of the late Robert Hamner, for yeara .a
Dull Calf
Cloth Top
A stylish, comfortable Patrician
Shoe?beauty and utility hand in
hand. ?
Ask for a Pair To-Day
Newport, R. I.
Magnolla, Mass.
12 West 47th Street
New Vork
WILL OPEN AT THE JEFFERSON, November th? 7lh and 8th
Choiceat creations .of Paris in Tailored, Reception and Evening
Gowns. * _
Bridal Trousseaux and Bridesmaids* Gowns a Specialty.
Saturday Sale
of Men's
Warm Underwear
Men's Fine Wool Underwear, in
white, grey and red; a fl**l AA
real bargain. ?J) 1 ?l/V
Men's Good Heavy Fleece Lined
Underwear, single or dou- C A
ble-breasted, for. UvC
An Excellent Ribbed
Underwear, in balbriggan, P*A
for. DllC
well known farmer of the Red Hlll sectlon,
was burned to death last rflght ln,her homo
on Bolmont. Durlng the absertca of her sls?
ter, Mlss Jennie Wingfleld, the aged woman
caught fire from an open grate. When
found aho waa lying ln the middle of thn
floor wlth nearly all the clothes burned oft
her body. She waa badly burned. especially
about the arms and body.
Mra. Hamner was born and reared near
Redmonds, this county, and had rcslded ln
Charlottesvllle for the past three years. Her
husband.died one year ago. Two brothers
and three slstera survlve?Messrs. C. H. and
J. J. Wingfleld, Mra. Mary R. Wingfleld, Mrs.
W. C. Thacker, of Carter's Brldge, and
Mlss Jennie Wingfleld.
Damage to Aeroplanes Ends
Aviation Meet in
[Hpeclal to The Timea-Dispatch.]
Norfolk, Va., November 4.?The complete
wrecklng of the four-cyllnder Curtiss ma?
chine and the smashlng of the rlght wlng
oi the Hudson flyer by the storm at tha
Jamestown E::posltlon Grounds last nlght
has blighted any prospects of further riylng
here at thla Mme by the Curtiss avlators.
who have Uaken part ln the aviation meet
When the day came ln wlth such lncle
ment weather it waa hoped that anothet
postponement could bo arranged until to
morrow In order to carry out the program
tbat had been planned for to-day (n event
.that flying was Imposslble, but a visit to
the grounds by the employes of Mr. Curt|s?
dleelosed tho fact that there was nothlng tci.
fly In, and that the plancs could not-be
repalred in time for work to-morrow.
Whlle the Hudson flyer wlll have to be
sent to tho factory at Hammondsport. N. T..
where thc. right wlng from tbe ctntro of
the machine and tho front control will be
replaced, the other blplane must bc com?
pletely rcbullt. Every part of it. except
the four-cyllnder englne, was smaahed Into
spllmere, .'..d the cloth was torn lnto
shreds. This englne will be shlpped to the
factory and another flyer constructed along
the same .llnes.
Anxious to get the machlnes ln shape for
to.day's fllghts in event the weather clear?
ed, thc mechanlclans went out to the ex
posltlon grounds thls mornlng at 7 o'clock.
When they arrived there they found the
hangar in a heap, wlth all the poles down
and the canvas held on Lee Parade by the
strong rope supports. When they llftcd the
canvas. the wrecked machlnes presented
themseives to vlew. The poles that sup.
ported the hangar had fallen across the
four-cyllnder machine and had broken every
rlb In lt. besldes tearing the cloth. Tho
Hudson flyer eacaped with sllghter injury,
and the rlght wlng and front control were
the only parts damaged to any extent.
\mw\w WILL
"Birdville" Property Pttrchased
by Atiti-Tubcrctilosis
Monument tb Massachusetts
Soldiers Will Be Dedi
cated Next Fall,
Tlmes-Dlspatch Bureau,
109 North Sycamore Street,
Petersburg. Va., Novomber 4.
"Birdville," whlch has been pur
chased by the Antl-Tuberculoals
League, of Petersburg, * for a sana
torlum, for the free care and treat?
ment of Petersburg'B tubercular' peo?
ple, was formerly tho home of tho
late Hon. Francls Rives Lasslter, Con?
gressman from thls dlstrict. The
property was bought for $6,500 cash.
It is proposed to open the sanatorlum
for patlents aa soon as proper repalrs
can be made and tho bulldlng fur?
nished. The rosldonce contalns eleven
rooms, and thero ls a four-room bulld?
lng ln the yard, wlth other outhouses.
Steps wlll be taken to introduce clty
water and construct proper sewerage
at once. Members to thc number of
nearly 600 have Jolned the league
since its reorganizatlon, and lt ls be?
lleved the membership wlll soon bo
Increased to 1,000 or more.
The property contalns twenty acres,
and ls sltuated partly ln Petersburg
and partly ln Dlnwiddie county.
To Be Trled (or Forgery.
Edward XV. Ralney, a young whlte
man of this clty, was to-day sent to
the Hustings Court to be trled for
forgery. It is alleged that a few days
ago, Ralnoy went to T. .T. Gtlls, man?
ager of the Oaks "Warehouse Company,
represented hlmself as "George Temple,
Jr?" and asked for money due hls
father. ' ?
He was given a check for $7. payable
to George Temple, .Tr., whlch he
Indorsed on the back of the check. and
got tho money. Tho pollce claim to
have numerous other charges of slm?
llar character agalnst Ralney, in whlch
money was procured from various cit?
Pretty Home Marrlnjaje.
At 8:30 o'clock last evenlng at the
resldence of tho brlde's parents, on
Shepard Street, Mlss Helen Virginla
Hargrave, daughter bf Mr. and Mrs.
L. B. Hargrave, was marrled to Harry
Ernest Charles Schultze, of Rlchmond.
The ceremony was performed by Pre
sldlng Elder J. K. Jollff tn the pres?
ence of a large gatherlng of frlends
and guests. The parlor was hand
somely decorated?two white doves
surmountlng the weddlne arch. The
brlde was gowned ln whlto sllk messa?
llne, wlth crystal trlmmlngs and pearl
ornaments. and was attended by her
sister, Mlss Fannle L. Hargrave, as
maid of honor. A weddlng supper was
served from Rlchmond.
For Negro Organization.
In response to a demand for better
organization ln education, health, bus?
iness and general social work among
the colored people of Virginla, tho
Hampton negro conference appolnted
a commlttee on co-operatlon of effort
among the various forces at work 'n
the State. The commlttee has made
a beginnlng by formlng the "Negro
Organization Soclety of Virginla," The
soclety has lssued a call for a general
meeting of representatives of all or
ganlzatlons among the colored people
of the State, to be held in Richmond,
November 10-12. The -purpose of thls
meeting ls to learn what ls belng done
along the above llne.S,
Tlte MasHachusettii' Monument.
A letter from Charles Conger, of
Boston, to Mayor Cameron, acknowl
edglng courtesles, states that the dedl
catton of the monument to be erected
to Massachusetts soldlers wlll prob?
ably bo next fall. The Leglslature of
that State wlll be ln session in the
spring, and Governor Draper may not
feel wllllng to leave the State at
that time.
The battlefleld commission which re?
cently vlslted our clty selected a slte
near the Crater for the monument. It
was their deslre to have the slte at
the Crater.
Personnl and Othcrwlae.
The suit of Luclnda Coles, colored,
against the clty of Petersburg, for
$1,000 damages for lnjuries alleged
toi have been received from stepplng ln
a hole on Bolllngbrook Street, was de?
clded by a Jury In the Hustings Court
last evenlng agalnst the plalntlff.
It ls reported that Walter E. Pond,
the Ettrlck merchant, who suddenly
dlsappeared two weeks ago, has been
heard from ln Tennessee. Hls frlends
are relieved to flnd that Mr. Pond has
not met wlth foul play. though still
unable to asslgn a reason for his dls
Belleved that Both Huntersvllle and Lam?
bert's rolnt Wlll Be Annexed.
[Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
Norfolk. Va., November 4.?That the olty
of Norfolk wlll wln ln Its fight for the an
nexation of Huntersvllle ls generally con
ceded by those wlio have followed the trend
of tlie case now on beforo Judge Calhoun,
who ls preslding In the. Norfolk County
Hustings Court. It is also admitted that
tho clty has made out a strong case ln
favor of the annexatlon of Lambert's Point,
another suburb, and has a chance of also
securlng thls terrltory.
Thoso who havo followed thc case declare
that the fight ls for and agalnst the annex
atlon of Lambert's Point, the clty havlng
won thelr case In tbe Huntersvllle matter,
the evldence being lncontrovertlblo and very
strong. In the caso of Lambert's Point
thero tias beon some mud sllnging, wlth
exaggeratlons on both sldes, that have mud
dled the sltuatlon, but in the opinlon Ot
the posted theso have malnly been on the
sldo of thc polntcrs, and wlll redound to
tho benclU of tho clty In the ftnal oummlng
UThe countv pollticlans have fought'hard
to savo Lambert's Point, a known and
trong"rlng" stronghold. Should both of
these territories be udded to tho corporate
llmlts ot Norfolk lt wlll inoreaso tho clty's
population by about 12,000, g v'nea popula?
tion lnsldo tho corporate llmlts of 80,000.
New Mlni?ter Wll) Tnke Charge.
[Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
? Wllllamsburg, Va., Novembor J.?An
impressive and solemn servlce wlll be
held ln Bruton Parlsh Church Sunday
imornlng. when the Rev. E. Ruffln
Jones wlll ba Instructed ns minlster.
Bishop A. M. Randolph will conduct
tho service. after which he wlll preach.
Blshop Funsten. of Idaho. wlll prob?
ably be present and wlll preach bun
day night. Speolal muslo has been
arranged for tho servleo of institutlon
Sunday mornlng. _
Wonian KUU Wlld Tnrke .' ,
[Speolal to The Times-Dlspatch.]
Culpeper. Va.. November 4,-- The
largest wlld turkey kllled ln thls
oounty for years, was shot yesterday
by Mrs. Emma Rlxey Walker, ?n..her
farm, ten mlles south of Culpeper. The
welght of the turkey was twenty-flvo
pounds, ,
Deairoyed l>y Flre.
[Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
Culpeper. Va., November 4.?Hazle
wood, the handsome homo of John A,
Payne, of Culpeper, oounty, was de?
stroyed by flre thls mornlng. Cause of
the flre is unknown- The loaa ls $5,000,
and thls ls partly lnaurad.
Three IIiiIUHiikh .Murned,
, [Fipoelal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch. 1
. Culpeper, Vu., Novomber ?!.-?nvo
bulldlngs and hnrn bolonglng to T,
B. Jones, of Culpeper oounty, wore de?
stroyed by flro to-cluy. Cause ot tho
flro ls unknown. Tho losa ia.nartly
KO?U ^^H ^mWr^ Msa+^sWUsmmmtiF
Cook Book ? V ?" *?*?*??* ?*
malled freo ^?V year ?d?Wl?
Tells How to Make 178 JCindt of Cake
Cakes of all kinds for all people
are best made with Royal
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News of South Richmond
South Rlchmond Bureau,
Tho Tlmea-Dlsptitch,
1103 Hull Street.
The Jury ln the caae of O. C. Dlllon
against the Vlrglnla Rallway and Power
Company, claimant for damngea amountlng
to 15,000 for injurles received ln a fall from
one of the company's polea whlle dolng
work aa llnaaman, was dischnrged yesterday
evenlng until 10 o'clock Monday mornlng.
The caso Is ono of the hardeat fou/jht ever
trlod in thls communlty, and presents many
knotty legal polnta to teat the defcnse and
Marrled ln Lynchburg.
The Lynchburg News of Tuesday mornlng
has the following of lnterest to South Rlch?
mond coneernlng the marrlage of Mlsa Am*.
lla Pfelffer, slster of tho Rev. Henry C.
Pfelffer, pastor of tho Central Methodist
"Mlsa Amella Pfelffer and Robert Munford
Blgga were unlted ln marrlage yeaterday
mornlng at 7:30 o'clock at tho home of the
brlde's mother, Mra. J. C. Pfelffer, 171* Maln
Street. the ceremony being performed by
a brother of the bride, Rev. Henry C.
Pfelffer. of Rlchmond.
The bride waa becomingly attlred in a
blue broadcloth suit. with hat and gloves
to match, and carrled a showed bouquet of
Brlde roses. There weite no attendanta.
The cerfemony took place before a bank of
yellow chrysantuemums and ferns. imme
dlately after the ceremony Mr. and Mrs.
Blggs left for Norfolk. where they wlll take
the boat for New Tork, Nlagara Falls and
Canada. They will be at home after No?
vember 15 at 17H Maln Street.
"Mrs. Blggs Is the youngest daughter of
Mrs. J. C. Pfelffer. ^Mr. Blgga haa been a
restdent of thla, clty for the past elght
years. havlng come to Lynchburg from
Montvale, and holds a position wlth the
Norfolk and Western."
Mrs. Pfelffer accompanled her husband
and waa present at the marrlage.
Ovcrfrowdlng of Cars.
The overcrowdlng of Hull Street care, es?
pecially ln the evenlng, haa caused general
adverae comment by South Rlchmond pas?
sengers. One south-bound car yeaterday
evenlng was Jammed wlth' humanlty. Many
citizens think a law should be passed pro
hlbltlng such practlce as dangerous and un
healthy. It ls consldered especially perilous
on the South Rlchmond line because of the
alleged precarloua condltlon of the Free
Daughters of Confederacy.
The Chesterfleld Chapter of the United
Daughters of tho Confederacy will hold lts
regular meetlng this afternoon at 3 o'clock
at the home of Mrs. C. H. Dorsett, 830J
Semmes Avenue. Woodland Heights.
Notca About Town.
Last nlght at 8 o'clock thc Toung People's
Mlsslonary Soclety held a me.etlns in Cen?
tral Metliodlst Church.
J. L. Boyden, of 2Vtl Decatur Street,
Swansboro, who had a serlous operatlon
about ten days ago at the Vlrglnla Hospi?
tal, is recoverlng.
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Cogbill. of Choster
fleld Courthouse. have issued invltations for
the marrlage of thelr daughter, Mary, to
John B. Trueheart, of R.chmond. the wed?
ding to take place November 18. in Salem
Baptlst Church, Chesterfleld. '
W J. Watklns Is ln a ver yserlous con?
dltlon at the Vlrglnla Hospltal. Hls rlght
.arm was crushed at tho Amerfean Locomo
'tlvo Works Wednesday afternoon. It was
aftorwarda found necessary to nmputate tne
member. Ho llves at 030 Bainbrtdgo Street.
Walter Pond, who mystcrlously dlsappear
jessiFhelo on
? ?
Will Appear Before Grand Jury
to Answer for Killing of
David F. Marshali.
[Speclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
Roanoke. Va., November 1.?Pollce Judgs
Bevorley Berkeley to-day sent J. H. Jessle
on to tha grand jury to answer the charge
of kllllng Davld Franklln Marshali ln tha
latter'a room In tho Tip-Top Hotel here a
month ago. Jcssio ls tlie proprletor ot the
hotel, and was arrcstod two weeks ago,
charged wlth havlng ?slaln Marshali.
Tho vlctlm of the crlme, who had a fam.
liy ln Roanoke. stoijped at Jesslo's hotol tlie
nlght ot hls death. Marshali Angell, who
occupled a bed ln MurshalTB room, swoio
at tho coroner's Inquest, and nt tho prellm?
inary trlal to-day. that Jcsale cn'ered the
room and beat and clioked M?w?hal wlthout
provqcntlon, and ihat Marshali died from
the InJurioB lnflioted by Jossle.
Sarah Beynolds and Lettle Lucus. two wo
men employed at th? Tlp-Top Hotel, who
were arrested and Jalled at the tlmo Jjm ?
waa locked up. were released to-day. Jesaia
atrongly den(cs that he attacked Marshali.
' -_-..?-? v.
Arreeted ! ln Weat Vlrglnla.
[Speclal to Tho Tlmes-Dlsjiatch.]
Roanoke, Va? November 4.??Ben
Hotisenfluck, a young whlte man.
wanted hero for hlghway joubery. and
assault, waa captured to-day ln woat
Vlrglnla. He ls charged wlth loldlrtg
un and robblng Charles Burke, an
aged cltlzen of Botetourt county.
Burke waa beaten almost to death.
Dlplvthetrla In Poat-Offlce Bulldlng.
[Speolal toTheTlmes-Plspatch.j
lynchburg, Va.? November 4.~A ma
llgnant oaae of dlphtherla tn the
bulldlng. tn: whlch the pOBt-offlce at
VlainoH Rtvor, Amhorat county, la lo?
cated, wlll probubly mean that the
ortldo wlll bo inoved to another loca?
tlon,' tmtil diinger |s ovor. 'Tho con?
dition haa boen brought to tho atten?
tlon of tha Amhorat h?&lth authorltles,
as wall as Fadoral authorltles. The
mails wlll be tumlgated for the pres?
ed from Ettflck, Chesterfleld county, tnrn
weeks' aro, ' lf yet mlMlng. It has been
rutnored that ho has been heard *Trom ln
, Captaln Wrlght, Sergeant Lipscomb and
Follcemen .Mooro and Jones are now full
fledged members of the Pollce Benevolent
Assoclatlon of Rlchmond.
The South Rlchmond Cubs. a football
team, ranglng between fourteen and seven.
teen- years, wlll play tho Church Hill tean:
thls afternoon.
? , ? 1
Tiiu TDlamon6s
3lict) Cut (blass
Sforllitg Silvetware
IOmttitom ?nd Piiccs Funuhcd on Reqasst.
Jewellers, Silversmiths, Sutienen
Nature and Science
Combine at Hammond'*
To furnish Flowers for the fastidious.
Bewilderingly beautiful *
are now to be had in great diversity of
color and form.
The Hammond Co.
Mad. 630. 109 E. Broad.
Deiroit Jewel Gas Ranges
Are a Summer Necassitr. .
Chas. G.JURGENS' Son
Sole Agenta, Adama and Broad,
Rlght ln the Caatr* of Furniture Dlstrlat.
W. Fred. Richardson's
Storage nnd Tranafer Depactmeat,
Maln and Belvldere Sta. .."
Haullng, Packtng and Storlng High
Grado Household Goods.
?Phones: Madison S4S, 4ay; Monroa
842, nlght.
"Little Broadway"
Always the Newest Stylas ia
212 N. Flfth Stroet,
The Furniture You Want
Sydnor & Hundley. Inc,
70941-13 East Broad Street
Mad. 42*i0. . 000 Weat Mala M.
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