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Sale on the Easiest of. Terms at WalterD;Mases&Go.s 103 EAST BROAD STREET News of Petersburg morning. Mr. Tt ? ". known ln Ived i<\ threo sons and one ,1 l Mr. Tr, : lor waa a Conf- ?:? - Mn Annie M. Gat< tvldot" ol i ?:?? ,.-. G ?? iged abobt irB and hlgti largt ? li ot friends. dled very i ?:?'.? nl ' ? morning at. 9:15 o'clock, nt the resldence of her soh-ln-la*-", R I.. Bowtnan, on High Streot. Her death ? a caua.d by hcart trouble, wlth h hiit- had long .suffered. Mrs. I'ate.s was horn at Harper'a Fcri ', and for many years lived in Wllmlngton. N. ? ,:i!r- i^ survlved by flvo children? Mi n. L. Bowman and Mlaa lulla V. i atea, of Petersburg; W. K. Gates, nt Ma on Gn.i A. P. Gates, "f Knoxvllle, Tenn,, and George Gates", of Pennsyl? vanla. Information was received by rela? tlves and friends here of the sudden death of Mr.-. Mary McN'araara at the <l??2S'%_l__?t ->-_?.*\ <&- jLf b^-sgi. , THE ILLS of tho American Indian, who lived closely to Nature, were healed mostly with natural spring waters. Nature's remedies mado the Red Man sturdy. Buffalo Lithia Springs Water is America's greatest medicinal cure. It is a natural spring water, bottled at the springs under direction of a competent bacteriologist. Corrects all disorders of the Kidneys and Bladdei*. Eliminates any excess of Uric Acid in tho system. Especially effective in the treatment of Bright's Disease, Albuminuria, Cout, Rheumatism, Pyelitis, Cystitis, Gravel, etc Write us for endorsements of eminent physicians. Sold by leading drugoi.tta and mineral water dealera everywhere* lfrxot on saleiti your vicinity, we will supply you. Guaranteed under thc Kood and Drues Act, June 30,1906. Setlal No. 150J5. BUFFALO LITHIA SPRINGS WATER COMPANY Buffalo Lithia Springs, Va. POWERS-TAYLOR DRUG CO., Distributors for Rich? mond Tevritory. Let your selection be one of artistic merit and the gift bc one of'lasting qualitv. DO NOT BE DECEIVED, BECAUSE LUMSDEN HAS THE REPUTATIPN OF CARRYING ONLY THE BEST, THAT THE [NEXPENSIVE articlc is not to be found in their stock. THOUSANDS OF ARTICLES TO SELECT FROM From thc ihexpensive STERL/ING SILVER thimble at 25c to the DIAMOND MOUNTED BROOCH, FESTOON, NECKLACE, SAUTOIR, RING or PENDANT at $1,500. GIFTS SUITABLE FOR ANY MEMBER OF THE FAMILY. for the young girl or the niatron, some more useful aml olhcn__Lrjore ornaincntal. but eacli distinctive in design aml finish, -and of unquestionable qtl&lity, AND IN AN ASSORTMENT OF PRICES TO Flt ANY PURSE. VISIT THE LUMSDEN SHOP FOR A SUGGESTION Compare thc Lumsdcn price and thc Lumsden quality aml your gift will bear thc Lumsden niark. The best is issured. Richmond, Virginia 731 East Main Street, "Jewelers to the Southern People." ANYTHING IN THE JEWELRY LINE. Open Evenings Until Christmas. ier daughtrr. Mrs. Edward Richmond. She was the lobn McNamara, of this clty. iund dead ln bed. she is aur ??a?h oC Venerable H'?nn?. Mi .'??tha Traylbr, aged seventy ,!i.<: at her home ln Mato aca Sunday mornlng, after an lllness of some duratlon. She -vas much cs ??: In the community, and ls aur ? ; ?-. |wo sona and two daughters. Other DeatbK. Mrs, Mlllan Ia ? Myers dled yester? day afternoon al hor resldehce on T-errace Avenue after a long lllness. Bhi waa the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charli '".'. Davls, and is survlved by her husband and parenta, Mrs, Carrie I. Gatea, -wlfe of M. W. 'late;-.. ,iietl last nlght ln her home In West Washington SStreet. She wan a Mlss Do Shazo, of Dlnwiddle county, where she has many relatives and frlends. Her husband. four slsters a i three b'rothers survlve her. Welconie Servlce In Church. Tbe servlces In St John's Kpiscopal Cliurch last nlght In welcome of the new rector, Rev. Pembroke W. Heed,; late of St Paul's Church, Berkley, wero 1 partlclpated in by a large congregatlon, whlch Incltided many members of other I Eplscopal churches, whlch were closer;, In honor of the oecasion. The sermon w.is dellvered by Itev. P.. W. Barnw.li of SL Paul'a Church, and the clergy who took part ln the servlcep wi n !. c. b. Bryan, D, D., nf Grace Church. Rev. .Mr. Ribble, cf tlu Church! od Shepherd; Rev. F G. Scott. D. D., and Rev. .1. Francls Ribble. of DIvlnlty .School. .Mr. Ileed conducted the services ? :..-1(-i,n,i yesterday morning, an" i in congregatlon ia greatly pleased wlth him. "hrlstiiiit* Fire-rrorks. Mayor "Cameron to-day addrossod a letter to President A. G. M. Martin, ot the Board of Pollce Commlssloners suggestlng that the pollce be Instructci to prohlblt the firlng of tircworks dur? lng the holldays on Sycamore Street north of Washington Street and Bank Street and tho business sections of Bollingbrook and Old Streets, and that dlacretlon bc given the pollce to prohiblt thc use of flreworks ln th< vlclnlty of oll wooden bulldlngs. A Peep Into Ihe Fnlnre. T.ev, George 13. Bookcr. 10 I>. preachod to a large nnd deeply ;?ttcn tlve congregatlon In Washington Street M. E* Church last nlght on the. aubjcvi of '?Wonderful Thlngs That May Hup pen ln the Next Hundred Yeara." Tho doctor took a prophetlc peep into the future, and ln his own eloquent style dlscussed changes that the slgns of the tlmes foretell. Wonderful Im? provement In agrlculture and In me Victor II $32.50 Other styles $10, $17.50, $25, 5!o, $50, $60, $100. Easy terms can hc arranged with your rlcalcr if desircd. Don't let this Christmas go by without getting a Victor or a Victor-Victrola. Victor-Victrola XIV, $150 Victor-Victrola X, $75 Other styles $100, $200, $250. Any Victor dealer will glarlly play any Victor music you want to hear. P^;'J4nd;vbe^;s^^re. >|| chanlcal Invcntloh, the progross to? wards universal brotherhood, closer re latlons between capltal and labor, one religion. foundcd on character and not on creed; a nobler and better soclety. were among thc thlngs predleted for the future. Gencrnl Xe-m ln Ilrlef. Gladya Gllls, lhe. white woman who attempted to commlt suicldo Saturday night by swallowlng a largo number of antlseptic tabletf. was saved from death by the herolc measures appllod by ber physlclan. Tbe Petersburg Savings an,l Insur? ance Company haa declared a '.'i per cent. dividend on Ita capltal stock for the present quarter. Englneer W. li. Splers, who was se verely scaldi d about the legs and arms Frlday night in an accident on the Coast Llne road, Just outslde of thls clty. Is reported us gettlng along fa vorably at the Petersburg Hospital. Ine;-. Randolph, negress, was aasault ed and severely Injured on the street Sunday night by some unknown per? son. She wa? struck on the head wlth a brlck and badly cut. Tbe site for tfic proposed new base? ball park ln thin clty hns not yet been selected. Meanwhile the management Is looklng for some good players fo: the next season. Ida. Clarkc, :i Prlnce George negress-, Vith flve children dependent on her, was sentenced tn thirty days in jall ln the Poltco Court thls morning for shoplifting at the ?*? and 10-cent store. To Ile Trleil for Car-Drenking. Joseph \Vhcelhous*\ a young whlte man of thls clty, who has bcen confined in tho Jall for somo weeks. was taken out to Dlnwlddle Courthouse to-day to be trled for robblng a Norfolk and Western car at IVllson's Dcpot several months ago. There are several other cases of Interest on the criminal docket. MethodlNt Sunday Schoolx. Tbe monthly meetlng of lhe Motho? dlst Sunday School Association was held ln Washington Street Churcli yes? terday afternoon. P.eports for tho elght Sunday schools showed an ag gregate register for tho past month of 1,875, wlth average uttendance of 1,355, or 72 per cent. Rumor says that Petersburg ls soon to have another large trunk nnd bas factory. Mrs. V. C. Nunnally ls suffering from a slight stroke of paralysis. recelved several days ugo. In her home on Hal Ifax Street, but is gettlng along favbr ably. Herbert Eolld, son of Colonel E. M. Felld, arrlyed in the clty to-day from South Amerlca to attend at the bedside of his fathor, who has becu 111 from the effects of a fall. The colonel ls better to-day than at any tlme since the accident. A small gasolene launch belonglng to R. S. Gllllam was accidentaliy sunk ln the harbor thls morning. Caiise not known. Shot In tbe Aukle. [Special to The Times-Dispatch. 1 Wadesboro, N, C, December ll).?Bo gan Gaddy was shot to-day by John Trexler. Tho shootlng occurrod In front of the Trexler home. ln tho north? ern pnrt of the town. Gaddy was in a btiggy with two companlons, and, with his coriipanlons, was talklng to Trexler about a recent trouble between them, when Trexler flrod. Gaddy was shot in the ankle, a palnful wound be? ing intllcte'd, although it is not serious. Roih partles nre whlte men. -o - NEARLY ENTIRE BLOCK IN NEWBERN IS BURNED I'oea Colu IMnnl Destroyed?Negro Boy llienlvN UN "SecU?Whlte "t.ui Ilroiviin. [Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.] Xewbern. N. C, December l'l.?At C:30 o'clock Sunday mornlng flro broke plll nll thc property of \V. 1". \\\\\ next to Tre-nt Rlver, and betwoen South Front Street and Metealf. NJno houses were destroyed, and tho en? tire block, wlth tho exeeption of X. !?'. Vincont's store nml thi" storahouse of the llyinan Supply Co., was bui'Ilud, The plant of the Cncu Colu Company was completely destroyed. Tlie eutlra loss to Hill wns about ?.r,,0n0, wltli no Insurance, Vincont's store was badly iliiinngeii by water. Tlie loss oii tho i \m :i. Colu plunt ls nol known. i.ant nlghl about 10:30 o'clock the .1. )-'. Taylor house, on Natlonal .\v, nuo, occupldd by Mr, Marshall, of thn Ropcir l.uniber Company, was' found td be Oll lire. The flames sproud, aml tho new homo of ,T, O. l!u-tor wns burnod, on tbe .north slde, aml thut ,,i Henry tSptlng, 011 lhe south sido, Pnrt of tlie furnlture in each IVome was aftved, bul wns bmlly tlamagert, Tlie lOSS on tbe lliree ainoiints to nlioiii $15,000, whlch is pitrlly cov ci-eil liy iiisuranc,-. Robert Dcwuy, colored, slxtecn years old, wns found ln a holo In a lot on Queen Street ahout noon to-day wlth lils neck broken. Tho boy was play? ing, and hnd been dead about half an hour when found. Boso Nelson. a white mnn aboul forty-flve years old. fell from n boat at the Market doek tlils afternoon, und was drowncd. Tho hody was recovered in about ilfteen minuten, und every effort made to resuscltatc hlm, but wlth no effect. He leavea a wife and tliree children. Something in Leather, of course, because anything in leather makes a gift that will last for years and be useful. For HIati DltBSS SlIIT CASES, POCKETBOOK S, OARO CASES, (DI.l,Mt AND Cl JT BOXES, (Dl.l.Ml BAGS, roi.ni.vr; coat hangebs, SHAVING 9URBOBS, lt\/.OH CASES, I'OKEll SETS, PIFE ItAC.'KS. For Her I.ADIES' II \\n BAGS, OPBItA BAGS, \ WITV UAGS, WUITING CASES, II Wlll It i-; SETS, SCISSOIIS CASES, .lEWEL BOXES, SEWING SETS, \EEI)I,E CASES, IjAUNDRY I.1STS, Ig You had better come to our store and select tbat gift. Leather Shop, 703 East Broaa Street Doll Shoes at THE BEST Pl ayer riiamios LEE FERGUSSON PIANO CO., 119 East Broad. It is better not to be without NOLDE BROS. PIANO TUNING ltepulrlne. Volclns and Gcneral Ovorhaullng'. I.ot ua esllmatis for you. Phono Madluon 6506. CRAFTS Flfth nnd Grace Streeta. This May Manton Shoe in all Leather* Panish Bros. 21 W. Broad Come To-Day to the 213 East Broad ect a OR Victor- Victrola We can prove to you the wisdom of maklng your pur? ehase from us. Our facilities gives us advantages which will in turn bc profitable to you?in the terms we can off? er and the large and varied stock we submit for your inspection. \ PIANO l3ya}de'Pmwfji. 213 East Broad New Records always in Stock Another Seriously Injured and Expected to Die?Third Makes His Escape. iSpeclal to The Times-Dispatch.] Norton, Va., December 19.?In a gen? eral gun plny late Sunday afternoon between Emmett Easterllng and I'u fayette Easterllng, brothers, mnl Floyi Nash and hla nephew, Irvlne Nnsh, tha two Eastorlings and the younger Nash were all shot. lAfayette EaaterllnQ was kllled lnstantly, and lt la aald that his brother, Emmett, cannot live. The wounds of the younger Nash nre not so serlous, but muy prove fatal. The el? der Nash escaped wlthout injury. and the offlcers have not as yet succeeded iu capturlng him. The shootlng occurred on the moun? tain road leading from Wise to Coebtirn and was wltnesaed hy a man by the name of Dale. lt seema thnt the Nash boys and Dale were passing somo hot words, when the Easterllng boys came up. They stopped for .1 moment. and then proceeded on thelr wny. They wore called to hy the elder Nash, who opened lire ou them aboul the lline they turned to como back. The tlie waa returned by the Eaaterling boys, with above results. IL Ia said that something in the na? ture of a feud had exlsted between the two famllles, who lived In the samo nelghborhood, for some time. Both aidea wero expeeting trouble and were prepared for lt. when Sunday afternoon presented the opportunlty for a aettle nient of Ulfferonces. The older Nash ta aboul twenty-three years of age nnd mnrrled. The ages of the oth,\r nar tlclpants ln the affair ranged from eighteen tn twenty years, and they were all unniarried. The Easterllnga were employed ln the mine whlch was last week exploded at. Tacoma, but were off duty at tho tlmo of the disaster. Nash cannot sur vtve the nlght. .RRESTED IX ItOA.NOKE, llnn Wnntccl In Wcat Virginia for Jlur I iler Wlll Hctiirn Wltt out Rcqulsltlou. ISpeclal to Thc Tlmes-Dlspatch.] Roanoke, \'a? December 19.?C. E, Walllngton, a whlto man, wanted at Welch; VV. Va., for kllllng an unknown negro a month ago, was arreHted here to-nlght and lodged in jail. lle saya he will return without re.ulsitlon. Ac? cording to Walllngton, hla vlctlm en? tered a rallroad tunnel at ttlg Four, W, Va? and raised a pjiiarre] wlth some negroes, who were working under Wai, lington as foreman. When Walllngton told the strange negro to leave, he cursed tho foreman and turned to leave. Wlalllngton says he throw n small stone at the negro, strlklng him back of tho I oar nnd kllllng him. Wfalllngton says tt large number of negroes threatened j to lynch him, and he was spirlted away I bv friends. NEGUO SHOT TO DEATH, Whlte Mun Kllla Hln Vaaailant, Then Siirrendera lo OHlcera, [Speclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch. | Wadoaboro, N. C, December 19.? Telephonlc advlces tell of a murder across Poe Dee Rlver, near Alount Gll ead, yesterday. Robert Boggan, wlio keeps a store four mlles from Mount tiiiead, .shot and kllled Henry Rusli, u negro man. The report la thut Rusli went Into the store, curslng and abus Ing Mr. Boggan, who ordered the negro to leavo ihe store. He ivont out, but later roturtied ? and attached Mr. Llug gun wilh a Uuit'e. and Mr, Boggan shot him; doath reaultlng lnstantly. .Mr. Boggan gave up to the offlcers uud. will have a prcliminary hearing to-morrow. Ciova <o i.cvingiou, [Speolal to The Tlmeu-Dlspateh. I Norfolk, Va;, Doeombor 19.?Hon. Harry si Goorgo Tuclcer was called to DoxlngtOll to-day hy tlie death of hls nephew, .i. Randolpli Carintchkol. lle announced on lotivliig thn' upon hla ro. J turn aftor the hnliduys ho and hltj fani i Ilt would pornmnontly occupy tho Thom resldence, on Froonm-on Btreet, \n I'litiiiiHiimiic Sportaiuan, [Speclal to Thc 'l'lnies-l il.-.putcb. I Norfolk, Va., Deuomber 19, ? ?ilugh Chalmera, nroaldent of the Chnlniir Motor Company, of Detrolt, to-day n ? turned to ilie.clly froin tho False Capoa, where he |ma been gunnlng for Beverfti d.ivs. He reports th- bagglng of a large iiualillty of wlld dtlCltS and KBOSI'. Mr. Cliahuers 'ls Olltluiatastlc ovei tllVa aeutiou as a Rtmnlne ground durlng the wlnter inonUta. W. Fred. Richardson, PIMF.1UI. DIRECTOR AND BMBAIiMER, Mnln and Belvlderc Streeta. 'Phones, Madlson 843, day; Monro* 142, nlffht. "Lucca Olive Oil" IN EVERY P.WntY WHERE PURITV PUEVAILS. CHASIE TRAFIERI, Importer, Mml. l-'-O. r.im Went -.'.iiln St. A. B. C. Capitol Wrapped Loaf | "The best broad you ever tasted." I Wrapped ln waxed imper?not touch ed by human handii untll it ls served on your table. Bc. nt Your Groeer'n. AMERICAN BBEAD ANP BAKING CO., 0, 8. 10. 12 E. LelSb Street. Minerai Spring Water Ir Stocked !n '/llrlirnond by Owens & Minor Drug Co. PANACEA SPRING CO., Llttleton. N. C. Miller Manufacturing Co., Inc. South Richmond, Va., Sash, Doors and Slinds MILL WORK. Contractors and butldera should have our prices aud cstimates when liguring on any kind of building con struction. Sutherland & Cherry Special?Odds and ends in Furnlture, Iron Beds, Mattlngs. Stoves, etc. Cheap tc closo them our. 310 EAST BROAD. Place Your Order To-day for Christmas Cakes. BROMM 516 East Marshall Street, 501 .West Broad Street. TAXI-CAB Thc "BLUE CAR." Gets you there and brings you back. Competent chauf feurs. Reasonablo rates. RICHMOND TRANSFER CO., Phone Mad. 46. 809 E. Main St. Bates' Street Shirts CMckeringjuPn8hts Used short titne. Price about ONE HALF as when new. LEE FERGUSSON PIANO CO., 119 Eust Broad. Direct Action Gas Ranges Have No Equal Sold Only by Ryan, Smith & Co. ilijUv^aiiSs'