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r DellcioiM nougliniilK.
Tf you like crisp, flaky clotighntits.
Irichly browncd, without a suspicion ot
grcasincss, try the following recipe:
Cream 3 tablespoons of Cottoleno wlth
*i cup of sim.-ir, nnd well beatcn yolks
of 3 eggs with whlto of one. To thls,
ndd ono cup fresh manhed potatoes, t4
cup of milk and 2 cups of flour slfteS
wlth ?t teaspoon each of salt and ground
rnace and 2% teaspoons of hnklng
powder. Add more flour as necessary, to
roll. Cut In rounds wlth doughnut cut
tcr or othenviBo and fry In Cottolene In
deep kettle. Cottoleno should be about
three inches deep and be heated gradu
ally to propcr temperature.
Doughnuts fried in lard lie like lead
on thc stomach; lard is indigestible.
Cottolene, on thc contrary, makes food
that even a child can digest with ease.
DINNER TO MR. GRICE
Colonel t.ruiMl.t l-;nti-riii|ii? flallroild Miuuigi-r
nt Coniinomvralth Club.
Colonel Barton II. Grundy gavo a dlnner
nt tho Commonwealth Club last night In
honor of 13. W. Orlcc, genoral manager of
llie Chesapeake und Ohlo Kullwny, a num
b?r of rallroad men from nichmond and
other cltlea being proient. Tliere were a
nmnbet- of iPeeehoK, ulong wlth congratula
tlons for Mr. (Irlco and the company oC
whleh ho ln auch an important part.
Atnong those Invlted by Colonel Grundy to
in--;i Mr. Clrico wnre Colonol Archer Atider
Koii, llcnry \V. Anderson, .1. T./Anderaon, A.
'?Hp?;rton Braxtop, John I'. Branch. James
N, Hoyd, John Ii. Branch, Mr. Boykln, J.
11. Ciirllalc, 8. Dabm.y Crmishaw, Itaymond
Uul'iiy, W. D. Duke, J. Taylor Ellyson, D.
D, Fltzgorald, John 0. Furland. W. H.
1'orbes. W. It. Budaon, John A. Hancook.
Kppa llunton, Jr.. J. C. Bomphlll. B. D.
Jlltchklss. E. D, Hotchklaa, Jr.. B. T. Jel
llaoti. I.evin Joync*. Judge James Kelth, J.
W. Knapp, E. T. Limb, C. D. LanRhorno,
E. O. Lelgh, Jr., Thomoe J. I.eahr-y, A. J.
Montague, N. D. Mnher, Oustavus MlllhUor,
'J'homaa B McAdams, Wllllam N'orthrop, Dr.
W, T. Opp?!nhlmer, Judge It. n. I'rentis. If.
It. Pollard. Jr.. John D, Potts, C. E. Potts,
A. J. I'oole, Legh ft. Puge, George W. Stev
i-iis. M. T. Hplcer. R. E. Smith. l-\ W. Scott,
Ashton Ktarke, Judge rt. Carter Scdtt, E. M.
Walker, C. C. Walker. J. V. Walsh. Dr. J.
A. White, Wllllam II. Wlilt--. Itobcrt Whlt
let; Jr., and II. W. Wood.
ZUEBLIN LECTURE
School Uiieittionn to Uc tllaeuHned by
nn KxPert To-Mght.
1 >r. Zueblin'S lecture to-nlght at the
John Marshall Hlgh School audltorlum
vill be entert.-ilnlng nnd Instructlve.
The purpose is to arouse and stlmulate
Interest in improvlng the physical
fcalures of Tllchmond's schools.
Thls Is a matter ln which every
famlly tn Rlchmond Is vltally con
certied. It Is expected that a repre
sontatlvo audience wlll hear this ex
pert lecturer, and later be In posltlon
to utlllze ln a practical way thc. sug
geHtlons to be made.
The lecture wlll he Illustrated wlth
Btercoptlcon views, and wlll begln
promptly at S:15 o'clock.
Hundreds of satisfactory and appreciative answers to this
question are readily found in our attractive display of
Beautiful Holiday Goods
Now is the time to get the Best, and get it to suit. Our as?
sortment is so complete that the videst range for selection is
offered.
We can meet your wants
With bright new goods to please every buyer who is seeking an
appropriate Christmas gift for old or young.
Whatever your needs, let us show you that we have genuine
new attractions for Christmas that will please you.
Remember
That our choice sclections for the holiday trade are thoroughly
up with the most advanced ideas of the season in variety, novelty
and good quality in Leather Goods, Brass Desk Sets, Art and
Craft Ware, Woodcraft, Calendars, Waterman's Ideal Foun?
tain Pens, Crane's Writing Papers, Brass Articles, Pictures,
Monogram Stationery, Engraved Calling Cards. Other gifts
too numerous to mention.
ALSO REMEMBER, that we combine with these excep
tional advantages the fairest and most reasonable prices. Come
and see the best of everything for Christmas.
Virginia Stationery Co, Inc.
~" SAM ISEMAN, President and General Manager.
915 E. Main Street, Three Doors Below Mutual Bldg.
The Richmond Home of the Waterman Ideal Fountain Pen.
\W_A_A_V
Dolf Now!
Hlll///
s_*V To-Day is Short.
To-Morrow May Never Come.
Yesterday is Gone. ^g
Investigate at once our new contract,
which has the additional feature,of providtng
for you and yours if you should be totally
disabled.
A. O. SWINK, Manager for Virginia}
111 Mutual Building.
gputh^l^t^
2^$^ EdiHUiid StrudwicK^Presideitt, Richmond ,Va.
Chriftmas
Gifts at
ChiHrey's
\
Almost too numerous to describc. You will bo "able to fmd
soinething to please the most simple or most fastidious
taste in either lady or gentleman.
The Childrey Drug Company
Flrst and Broad Broad Streets.
PubUolty Bureau of Rlolunond.
HALF PIMT
IN RESERVOIR
Partly Filled Bottle of Whiskey
Only Thing Given Up
by Mud.
All reports that garmcnts worn by
Infants, and varlous other thlngs. had
been found tn tho east basln of the
reservoir woro dlscredlted lust night
at a meetlng of the Council Commlt?
tee on Water. when Superlntendent
Davls produeed a half-plnt bottle not
ritilte full of whiskey whleh he and
members ot tho subcommlttee sald wus
all thal could be found ln the mud
after a thorough examlnatton.
Tho Uttle bottle. strealted wlth mud,
.wns passed around from one member
oi the commlttee to tho other. Each
man removed tho stoppcr, but none
took a drtnlc. Mr. Davls corked it up
and wlll keen lt as a souvenlr of the
occaslon.
lt was recommended by the sub?
commlttee that both basins bo cleaned
out as soon as possible and covered
over wlth a coating of cement one lnch
In thlckness. Thc superlntendent re?
ported that he had not had tlme to
make an estimate of the cost, so the
matter was lald on the table. and wlll
bo placed beforo the commlttee at lta
next meetlng. Mr. Davls, however.
wns Instructed to advertlse for blds
for the work ln the meantime.
Dlscusslng the nuestlon of plpe con
nectlons. Councilman Olll, of Wash?
lngton Ward, called attentlon to the
fact tliat ln cases where plpes ran dl
rertly before the door, a person ls re
\ (juired to pav only 95 cents for tho
connectlon, biit when It is across the
street the charge 1? $6. Hc thought
thls unjust, and moved that a uniform
Prlce he decided upon by the commlt?
tee. That was also lald on the table.
CHARTERS ISSUED
Tho fo'.lowlng charte.rs were tseued ycstei
day by the State Corporatlon Commtaslon:
Tho Green burabi-r Company Mnr.l. Suf?
folk. Va. W. J. Green. presldent; George T.
JlcCIenny, treasurer; II. J. McCIcnny, sccrc
tarv-all of Suffolk. Capltal: Maxlmum,
13,000; minlmum, JO.OM. Objects: Lumber
buslness.
Noltmgliam Ttealty Company flnc.l. N"or
folk. Va. Joeoph M. Kentrcsj, prcjildciit;
Jam"a T. Nottlngham. vlce-president; A. V.
.Vottlngham. secretary and treasurer?all of
Norfolk, Va. Capltal: Maxlmum, $10,000;
minlmum. W?. Objects: Real estate busl?
ness.
Bowllng Grcon Fcmaie Semlnary finc. i,
Bowllng Green. Va. E. H. Row?, prealdent:
J. B. Kngle, treasurer; Frances Bowc. sccre
tarv; Anna Engie. vice-preiddent?al! of
Buena Vlsla, Va. Capital: Maxlmum. *15.
idyjtfiese.
jg/g Go o dBtScaits'
1, III I I .!--__-.....U-l?.-.lll.).
Good biscuits are largely de
pendent upon good Baking
Powder.
Thus, Good Luck is really
bread insurance.
That's why you
-iil find it on the
pantry shelf of dis
criminating housc
keepera.
Your grocer has
it.
THESOUTHERN
MANUFACTURING
COMPANY,
Richmond, Va.
000; minlmum. JIO.OGO. Objccts: To run a
school for girls at Bowllng Oreon. Va.
Itounoke Overalls Company (Inc). Roan?
oke, Va. j: c. Casseli, president; H. 0. El?
liott, secretary; E. O. Sanders?all of Roan
. oke, Va. Capltal: Ma-lmum, S25.404; minl?
mum, |10,00a Objccts: Manufacturlng- ovcr
I all..
j An amendment waa issucd to th? charter
of tho Craddock-Tcrry Company, of Lynch?
burg, Increaslng thc maxlmum capltal stock
from Jl,0_.<_. to tl.fiOO.OOO.
An amendment was lssued to thc charter
of thc Interitalo Rallroad Company, in?
creaslng tho maxlmum capltal stock from
J1,000,OW to $1,500,000.
ROBERT C0MBS HURT
Was Slonrd bv Negro**, nn Ue Was Drivinir
Home.
Robert Comb.?, a whlte boy, twelve years
old, of Seven Plnes, waa struck In the faco
'? by n ?tonc thrown by negro boys yesterday
afternoon, and Is now at thc Clty Hospital
^ccelvlng treatment.
, The boy was drlvlng homo when rocks
J were thrown at him at Twcnticth and
j Grace Streets. Ono of them struck him In
the faco, loavlng a bad cut. and the city
arnbulance was called. It was found after
wards that hta Injury was not serlous, and
wlll soon recov-r.
RETIRE PERKINS0N
E. T. Harmon I* Elected to Fill Vacancy
on Foll._ Force.
Policeman XV. J. I .-rklnson, formerly sta?
tloncd wlth the First Dlstrlct, was retired
| last night in an adjourned meeting of the
I Board of Police Commlssloners on account
of Ii! health and ph>sical dlsablllty, and
! E. L. Harmon. of Jefferson Ward, was elect
I ed to fill the vacaney.
! The retlrement of Policeman Perkinson
takes effect immediately. hls police equlp
1 ment having been handed In to Major Wer
1 ner yestcrdav. Hc has been 11! for severai
! months. and" is now -entlrely unflt fot duty
of anv sort. Ile 1. retired on penslon.
! The electlon of a janitor for the Second
! Station was postponcd to thc January meet
ilnff- _
'black OlM CAMr, w. o. w?
ELECTS OFFICERS FOR YEAR
I Black Gum Camp. Vo. 51. XV. O. W., has
elected the foHowing ofTicers for the eniulng
term: Past Consui Commander. H. W. M
ton; Consui Commander. J. R. Harmon:
Adviser Lleutenant, C. J. Suehanan: Bank
er O E. Parrlsh: Clerk, A. D. Stancll; Ee
co'rt. Thomas Steel; Watchman, II. C. Jen
kins- Sentrv, M. A. Martin: Physicians. Drs.
lt ? Fltzgeraid and A. T. .Smlth; Managers,
J." B. Wood, E. SI. Hubbard and J. N.
Brown
Ran Into Dr. Wlnn's BuggT.
Dr John F. Winn. whose buggy was dam
aged by a motor car on Wednesday night,
said last night that he had Just been In
formed by William F. Gordon that some one
connccted with the Oordon Motor Company
had run into him. "Mr. Gordon came by
to see me." fa!d Dr. Winn, "and told me
that he had only found out half an hour
before that ono of his employes w-as re
sponslble for thc accldent. and that hc had
violated all ru!'>s. Mr. Gordon actcd -ln a
very manly way, declarlng that hc regret
ted the affair and that hls company would
deal most vigorously with the offender.
whose conduet would not be countcnanccd.
Sub.omiultt.e- Called.
A subcommittee of the Councll Com?
mlttee on Streets on tho claims of I.
J. Smlth & Co.. wlll meet at lhe Clty
Hall Monday afternoon at 6 o'clock.
Ai subcommittee from the Commlttee
on Water wlll meet Monday afternoon
at . o'clock.
Worhman Drops Dead.
Phliip Brightwell, a colored man, sevonty
years old, fell dead at the Tredcgar Iron
Works yesterday afternoon. The coroner
was called and he pronounccd death due
to heart disease.
Snlt Agfaln-t Mnthevrson.
Now York. December 8.?Suit was
begun In the Supreme Court ln Brook?
lyn to-day by Frank Schmldt. a Brook?
lyn man. agalnst Christy Mathewson,
pitcher of the New York Natlonals, for
alleged false arrest. Schmldt wants
$5,000 damages. In a game between
Brooklyn and New Y"ork, at Washlng?
ton Park. on Aprll 28. 1908, of whloh
Schmidt was a spectator, the ball dis?
appeared. Mathewson clatmlng that
Schmldt took lt as a souvenlr. Schmldt
denled having taken the ball. but was
arrested and later discharged.
Y. M. C. A. AtWetics
The opening game ln the Y. M. C. A.
Basketball League was played last night.
The scoro:
Team No.; 1?Walthall. f.; Philllps, f.
Ezeklel, c.-j Layne, g.; Pilcher, g.; Glaze?
brook, g.
Team No. 2-0". H. Cosby. f.; A. E. Wal
Jerste.ln, f.: Twining. c.; Hope, g.\ Carlton.
g.; Bethel, f.; Brocko'nbrough,1 t.
Field goals, Philllps, 2; Twining, 6. Frea
throws, Philllps. 2; Twlnlng, 3. Points
awarded. Twjnlng. 1. Score end of game:
Team No. 2, 16; Team No. 1, 8.
Team No. 3?Wells, t.; Bryant, c.| Haw,
g.; Rlley, g.; Johnson, f,; Hughes, g.; F.
Splgel, g.
Team No. I?McThornton, e.: Culton, f.;
Seal, g.: C. Noal, f.; Tyndall. f.; Jeffers, r.
Field goals. Wells, 3; C. Neal, 1. Free
throws. Bryant, I. Scoro ond of game: Team
No. 3, 7; Team No. 4, 2
Team No. 5?_awronco, f.: B. T.ewls, Jr.,
f.; Bruee, c; Dunford, g.; J. R. Robertson,
g.; O. B. Lewls, f.; S. Spigel. g.
Team No. 6?Bolton. f.; Morcer, f.; Met?
calf, C! Stone, g.; Porkins, g.; C. S. Waller
steln, f.; Strange, f.; Schmldt, g.; Daven?
port, g.
Fleld goals, Lawrence, 6; B. Lewls, Jr., 3;
Bruce. 3; O. B. Lewls, 1; C. S. Wallerstein,
1. Score end of game: Team No. 5, 26; Team
No. 67 2.
The Richmond aonlor team Is scheduled to
play the faBt Portsmouth Y. M. C. A. toam
on the night of Frlday, December 18.
The Superbas play the Cubs in the Indoor
Bageball League game at 6:35 thla evening.
At 7:15 the duckpin howJIng match wlll
take plaoo between the Metropolltan Life
Insurance Company and tho Vlrglnla Fire
and Marlne.
TEAMS STILL BEHIND RECORD
IN SEX .-AY BIOYCLK RACE
New York, December 8.?Eight teams. one
of them tho new Rutt-Clarko combination,
| remalnod ln ,tho six-day blcyclo raco to
| night. At that hour, tho nlnety-fourth, the
score was:
! Mlles. Laps.
?Rott-Mornn . 1,760 3
Mttten-Thomas .1,7*69 -
, F-Jrler-HIII.1,769 2
I'olllns-Drobaeh .,.., 1,769 2
Hehlr-Goullnt .1,769 2
Camoron-HulBtead. 1,769 I
West-Damara .>. 1,769 l
Rutt-Clarko .,. 1,769 0
The roeortl for tho nlnoty-fourtii hour h
1,831 mlles 3 lapa, made by Walthour uni
LColUna iu UM,- ' ';,,?,? ?%.
I
HOLD FINALRALLV
Heavy Vote Will Probably Be
Polled in To-Day's
Election.
BOTH SIDES CONFIDENT
Campaign Has Bccn Vigorous,
,But Not Attended With
Bitterness.
[Special to The Tlnws-Dlspatch.]
Lynchburg, Va., Docember 8.?Thc
local option campaign came to a close
to-nlght wlth a big rally ot men at
the Clty Audltorlum, under the au
splces of thc local Anti-H.-iioon League.
Tlie addresses wcrc made by George ItJ.
Caskle, Rev. Oeorgo It. Stuart and Con?
gressman Carter Olnss. All ot tho
speakers were glven ovatlon after ova
tlon ns they replled to arguments ad
vanced by tho "wcts."
Thc lndlcatlons to-nlght are that a
heavy vote wlll be polled to-morrow
and that lt wlll total about 2,500, or
G00 more than In a slmllar llght two
years ago, when thc city went dry.
Thc campaign, while lt has been
waged hotly from the surt, has not
been attended with the bitterness that
characterlzed tho flght two years ago.
The "wets" havo conducted a "gum
shoe" canvass, having ' had only the
one puhllc meetlng of last night, whon
addresf-'os were made by John I* Lee,
tho famous crimlnai attorney, and Itan
dolph Harrison, one of the hest known
attorneys of the clty, who ls of counsel
for Vlrginia in thc debt controversy
with West Vlrginia.
The clty, however. has hem worked
in a systematlc manner. for the '"wets"
have left .nothing undone to bring
nbout vlctory for their cause.
The "dry" campaign has been dl
rectcd by the Antl-Saloon League. and
this flght has been conducted with u
number of' public rallles, ns well as
equally aa much "gurn-shoe" work as
has been dono by the "wets." Both
sldes resorted during the lnte hours
to the use of the mall?, and the "drys"
on Tuesday Issued a slxteen-pago mug
azlne cspouslng their cau.se.
Tho speakers duritig the campaign
for the "wets" were: John L. Lee and
Randolph Harrison, whlle thc "drys"
had the following speakers: George
E. Caskle, Rev. Charles B. Stuart. who
dled a day or two afterwards ln Rlch?
mond: Dr. J. D. McAIlster, Seaborn
Wright, of Georgla: Congressman Car?
ter Glass. of Lynchburg; Congressman
R. P. Hobson, of Alabama; Rev. G. W.
Bcrryman. of Norfolk. and Judge Jeter
C. Prltchard, of North Carollna.
As to thc result Frlday. the "drys"
appear to be more confldent than their
opponents. und the appcaranccs are
that they stand a better chance to
wln.
There seems to be no doubt hut
the "wets" have the best of the new
quallflcatlon, though the "drys" do
Brlnas Now Llfe to tbo Body In all
FEVEfcs&flSIS!
A fomc thal Buildl up the Enn-e Su'em
mm
AU DRUGGISTSOR
IE FOUOERA a CO. NEW YORK.
Qulckly Rostoxes the Appotlt? to
\im\l\M C0II5TITUTI0II5
GIvinQ Penowed Strength nnd Vitalit,
Special Wood
Is better if you can get it. I am
selling several carloads of Oak,
Pine, Hickory and Slab every day.
It was split specially for my cus
tomers. It has been piled up in
large ricks and kept specially dry.
I have special arrangements in my
yard to saw and prepare, and a
special delivery automobile truck
to deliver with. Try the leader in
wood.
My-Coal all burns to ashes.
Office: 1506 West Broad.
Phone Madison 1069.
The Wood Man
HAVE YOU SEEN
THE
New Method Gas Ranges
AT
Pettit & Co.'s?
W. Fred. Richardson,
PUNKIUL DIKECTOIl AND
BJIBAIMEB,
Mnln luad Helvldere Streets.
'Phones, Madlson 848, day; Monroo
148, nlifht
Buy Your Thanksgiving Fun
rnitre Now
GreatoBt stock ln South.
Sydnor & Hundley, Inc,
709-11-18 East Broad.
Furniture for Homo Beautiful,
Miller Manufacturlng Co., Inc.
South Rlchmond, Va.,
Sash. Doors and Blinds
'MIU.WORK.
Contractors and buildera should
have our prices and estlmates when
figuring on any kind of building con?
structlon.
Christmas is Coming!
We Are Ready?Are You?
It's our annual sale?always the greatest when it comes. This
is the time. We plan for it, prepare for it and gather
a big stock for it.
The offerings made this Christmas will prove tinivcrsally intercsting because it means not only
abundant economy, but Cable quality as well.
Thorough dependability and absolute trustworthincss are ncver for a moment separate from
the merchandisc in the Cable store?no matter how low the prices or small tlie article.
This is the Music Department Store. Everything from a Violin Peg to a Mason & Hamlin
Concert Grand Piano, de luxc, is to be found in thc Cable store.
The Piano Store That Has Always Set the Standard
In every city there's such a firm in thc musical business. In Richmond and Virginia it's the Cable
Piano Co. It's a prestige we are proud of, and one that is being maintained and broadened every year.
It's thc solid foundation of quality and fair prices that enables us to "make good." ?
Vastly bigger and better than ever before?not in any sense a catch-penny sale of out-of-date
merchandisc?but an aggregation of thc newest, thc latest, the best in every department.
You cannot afford to miss this chance. If you have never attended one, come and see what a
Cable Christmas Sale is like.
Your Christmas
Store
Wc come to you.with our announcement in amplc
time to save you worry and money, too.
Out-of-Town
Friends
Make your ptirchases early. We will park thc
article carefully and follow your shipping dircctions
to thc letter.
FAhlePlimo floriyumij
213 EAST BROAD
not thlnk this wlll be strong enough
to overcome the 191 majorlty scored
by them in December, 1S0S.
'lt ls understood that tho "wets" aro
?^xpocting to wln by somethlng llko
slxty or sevpnty inajority. The "drys"
ire t-xpectlng a much larger majorlty l
than that. though they aro not llgur
ing as to the majorlty. for the leaders .
L-lalm thc elTort now ls to pllo up thc
blggest possible ma\jut/!ty.
Both sides havo excellent organrea
tlons. and the work has been carrled
on on a hlgh plano. as far as can be
learned. and the vlctory ls coming to
the slde that ls most successful in
Bettlng its volo out._
MEAGRE GRIST OF FACTS
Bad Mcmorlc anil Kany Methods ol
Race Followers Perplcs t ommlttee.
New York. December S.?Missing
books, missing wltnesses faulty mem
orles and the oasy-golng buslness
methods of the Metropolltan Turt As?
soclatlon (the bookmakers' prganlzaj
tion) netted the mllls of thc Jolnt
leglslatlve Investlgutlng OommUte*to
day only a meagre f?t.?f,2rito
Isidor Kresel. asslstant counsel for
the committee. trled to Bjt John -J.
Evans. treasurer of the Motropoltan
Turf Assoclatlon. to cxplaln the o?gm
nf Sn0 000 deposited to the credit of
the assoclatloS wlth thc Mutual Bank.
He had little success.
Amaza Thom ton. a New lork aw
ver who spread the pro-raclng views
of certal/ clergymen. according-to
August Belmont's testlmony yesterday,
told how he earned a fec of J'JoO from
lho West Chester Racing Assoclatlon
Richard T. Wllson, Jr., presldent of
thc osa Racing Associatloii since
^|hPKatn^n{ug
the year prevlous.' and *S7D the year
f0Vohnnj' Kvans, of the Bookmakers'
?Yssoclatton was thc most important
nnd the most harasscd wltness of the
S?v He repeated again and again
that as treasurer. he kept.no books
-t"0o?0rbreSPe0xnpdoc?eS- To^re i^b'er
SSSSi a? the? m^efwent that passed
through hls hands. or where lt camo
from.____?
AN UNB1DDEN GUEST
Brother, ^^^^ ^
Ttnton Rouge, La., Decomber 8.?Af
teftho ceremony had been lnternipted
bv the SpPearanco of tho bride-elect s
brother. armedLwlth^ magwlno shot
gun. J.'M. Buish- ? convlcted of
pardoned after bouig Andrews;
"luf-dLn w emarrled hero to-day.
?fBob fflew" brother of tho young
Bob Aiuu^ h couple's
^n-fmonlal Plan" rushed ln wlth hls
matrlmonlai piana. Andrews
8hot5r"d S th Pofflce of Judge Schulta
appeared ln "io ?"'^ , Hc was over
^r^.Towe^r^aid tho ceremony
proceeded._ _
BLOW SAFE THREE TIMES
Telcohone filrls Hear Yeggmen, but
leleP Fall to Glve Alarm.
u<i?virn N Y.'. Decembor 8.?Five
^'i' early to-da'y entored the post
ffi?aTHorsyeheWfand boldly began
?-k llroetlv under tho telephone ox
.woik. wew ? duty
change. vyhere.twogii
VK?tt nl oftefo'Uonlng an alarm.
2w burglars used nltro-glycorlne
O-eo l.es oil the safe beforo lt was
hlown to nloces BUfflctontly for thom to
1?.>v???fl ln cash and $800 ln stamps
$hn burg ars, unmolested, walked
down ZsVreol Wlth their loot.
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PLEADS NOT GUILTY
l-'ormer Bank Presldent neld Under
S40,(KM) Bond.
Kow Orleans. La.. Decembor S.-Wm.
Adler former presldent of tlie flofunct
State 'Natlonul IBank. pleaded notgliltt
ln the United States Clrcult Court to
day to the now liullctment, which
charges hlm wlth mlsappropilatlng
fuidf of the bank. lle watved ewnil
nat ion and was reloased undor bond cf
l 0 000. Adler was convlcted laat your
;.n ? simllar charge, but was granted
a now fa by the Appellate Court
Hls trlal ou tho new Indictmont ls sot
for January 0.
?_-*-'?
llester Im He-KIeutetl.
Now Orleans, Doooinbor 8.?Colonel
Henry G. Uestur, the lirst socriilury ot
tho Now Orleans Cotton l-lM-hungo, to
duy ontorod upon lils t'orty-tirst yoar's
work ln thut capaolty, huvltig boen
unanlniotisly ro-oloctod liy tho boura
Ot dlrociQfa yeatordiiy.
Around the Hotels |
"General dlssatlsfactlon wlth (ho Repub?
llcan party because of high prlces wns, In
my oplnlon, thc cause of Democratlc success
in tho recent olcction~,"frankly said Cao
taln .1. S. Wlssler, Republlcan member of
the House of Delegatos from Smyth county.
at Murphy's last night. "The _m? thing
onme very near defoatlng Mr. Slemp ln my
diHtrict.
"While Mr. Stuart's organlzatlon had
somethlng to do with tho enormous gains
h- made, I noticed u general unrcst among
the voters. Ho certainly gave us a closo
race."
Captain Wlssler. who had been In North
Carolina on buslness, left for hls homo lasl
night. He has served severai terms ln the
House, and la the Republlcan member ot
the Flnanoo Commlttee. Orlglnally a North
ern Republlcan, ho has been ln Vlrglnl:
many years. :
Rcplying to a questlon, Captain Wlssle:
said that he did not expect to be a candl
dato for ro-electlnn. "I am going to kcei
out of It If 1 can." ho said.
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