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Social and
ersonal
VIRGINIANS, as wall as tho peo?
ple farther North, find the
Southern resorts most attractive
during the midwinter months. Ber?
muda is a meeting place for many
Icichmonders; Miss Leonoro Tlnsley
and Miss Katie Hogo have left for New
York, where they will bo for a week
or ten days, and will be joined later
by Miss Tlnsley's paronts, and will sail
at that time for the Bermudas. Mr.
and Mrs. John * Skelton Williams and
little sons and Miss Marie Isaacs will
leave this week In their private car
for Tampa. Fla. Mr. .Williams expects
to enjoy deer hunting with his boys
while in tho South.
Monday German I.nat Night.
The'Monday german was danced last
night at the Maoonlc Temple, Colonel
.Stern leading. The decorations were
In pink and green. Palms and ferns
were used in tho ballroom, and the
tables In the dining-room were prettily
arranged in pink roses and narcissus.
Mr. nnd Mm. Winston in Virginia.
Mr. and Mrs. James Madison Win?
ston have arrived in Virginia from tho
West, and will be at tho Winston home
In Hanover for several months. They
will attend the Winston-Wren wed?
ding, to take place In this city, in early
February;
.Mr*. Uxnnrd tn Washington.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry T. Oxnard, who
own a .beautiful estate, "Rokely," in
upper Fauquicr county, are spending
THE FAMILY FLOUR
T K p u n I p p M i 11 s; R ie h tri ?nd ^Vri:
Percales and Printed *] Ol
Cambrics, per yard.. Afad2C
New Beautiful Wash Goods in
fifty different patterns.
IBBB&BBWtWBi
$3.50 and $4.00.
The Aristocrat of Feminine Footwear.
Seymour Sycle,
11 West Brond.
It down as a , .re thing: If you
have your picture taken at Foster's
you get the best that can be pro?
duced. Talk with any of your
friend* about this, and they will
tell you so. Foster for photo?
graphs all the time. 112 North
Ninth Street.
A. B. C. Capitol Wrapped Loaf
"The best bread you ever ? tasted."
Wrapped tn waxed paper?not touch?
ed by human hands until it is served
. on your table.
5c at Your Grocer'*.
AMERICA*; BREAD AND BAKING CO,
8, 8. aft IS E. Leigh Street.
Ever try our Pullman Loaf Bread? It's
delicious. Try it!
516 East Marshall Street,
_501 West Broad Street.
SPECIAL TO-DAY.
Extension Table, 42-inch round top,
highly polished, fluted 10- fl* | t ?ff
inch pedestal.r. tj>l i??/D
Hopkins Furniture Co.
7 and 9 West Broad.
Direct Action Gas Ranges
Have No Equal
Sold Only by
and Fur Values
AT
Baylor-Yarborough Co?'s,
207 East Broad Street
Jfitte iPlamonfrs
3\ici) <t\xl (Bias*
Illuitrariont and Pricea Furauhed on Requeet.
ESTABLISHED OVER A CENTURY
Jewellers, Silversmiths, Stalioccts
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Sale of Wool Sweaters
Plain weave, single breasted,
with V neck, in white and car?
dinal, bought to re?
tail at $2.50; sale <?1 *JF
price.?J? A ? I *J
the winter months In Washington
Mrs. Oxnard will entertain at a bridge
party on February 7, In her apartment
at tlie Arlington.
Attended Governor'* Dinner.
Dr. and Mrs. James A. Pcttlt, of Nel?
son county, have returned to their
homo in Nelson county, after a visit
to Mrs. V. 10. Vanderslico. of this city.
Dr. Pettit Is a member of the Gover?
nor's staff, and attended the dinner
given to Governor and Mrs. Mann at
the Commonwealth Club on Saturday
night;
Meeting nt Holy Trinity.
Mies SaJllo Stuart, of Alexandria,
will address the women of Richmond
this afternoon at \ o'clock, In Holy
Trinity parish house, for inspiration
and preparation for the Jubilee mis?
sion meeting in this city on Febru?
ary C.
MIkk I.ane En^nged.
Colonel and Mrs. Devin Winder Lane,
Jr.. of Williamsburg, havo announced
the engagement of their daughter,
Martha, to Ash ton Dovell, the wedding
to take place the latter port of Feb?
ruary.
Mr. Dovell, who Is a law graduate of
tho University of Virginia, will prac
tlvc his profession at Tacoma, Wash.,
to which place he will take his bride
soon after the wedding.
Neblett?Jones.
A pretty wedding will bC solemnized
tills afternoon at 2 o'clock, at Jonos
boro Baptist Church. Brunswick coun?
ty, when Miss Anna Jones, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. John E. Jones, of
Dunenburg county, will be married to
Sidney Neblctt, son of Mr. and Mrs.
N. M. Neblctt, of Elackstone, the Rev.
L. M. Ritter officiating. The church
Will be decorated with ferns, palms,
cedar and holly. Miss Gstrtrudc Jones
will preside at the organ, and Miss
Lula Overby, of Elackstone, will sing
"Melody of Dove" Immediately before
the ceremony. The ushers will be
Grady Jones, Russell Hawthorne,
Emory Junes and Hugh "Wornack. and
the Browsmcn, Robert Hawthorne,
Richard Webb, Edward Epes and Bain
Manson. The groom's best man will
be his mrothr-r. William Neblett. The
bride, 'who will be gowned In white
messaline, trimmed with pearls, will
carry lilies of the valley, and her veil
will bo arranged with orange blos?
soms. Her attendants will be Mrs.
Bee E. Barrow and Mrs Mason E. Mad?
dux, sisters of the bride, matrons
of honor, and her bridesmaids will be
Misses Lucille Bragg, of Petersburg;
Mattle Jones. Ella Jones and Fannie
Neblett. Their dress.?s will be of white
embroidered mull, and they will carry
white carnations. A reception was given
at tho bride's home last night at 8:30
o'clock. Out of town guests for the
wedding will be Mrs. Ashton C. Jones,
of Rosslyn: Missc-s Lucille and Elise
Bragg, Boyd Bragg, of Petersburg;
Clarence Porter Jones, of Newport
News: John L. Neblett, of Lynchburg;
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Neblett, from Grandy
Mr. and Mrs. Neblett will spend their
honeymoon in the North.
Mr?. Munn at Home Friday.
Mrs. Mann will be at home this af?
ternoon from 4 until fi o'clock, at the
mansion.
I Mra. Northrop to Entertain.
Mrs. William Northrop, of 503 East
I Grace Street, will be at home on
i Thursday afternoon, February 2, from
I 4 until 7 o'clock.
Valentine Ten by KIiir's Dane liter.-.
The living Circle of King's Daugh?
ters will hold a Valentine tea for chil?
dren at 407 West Franklin Street, from
4 to 6:30 o'clock on February 10.
3IIhm Brooke .Vlnltlnc Here.
Miss Lucy Parke Brooke., of Romney,
W. Va., is visiting her grandmother,
Mrs. E. B. Bentley, 510 East Franklin
Street,
i Hope?Grant.
Invitations have been received here
to the marriage of Miss Minnie Bell
Grant, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Her?
man Wllcox Grant, of "Blowing
Sprlnga Knoll." Chattanooga, Tenn., to
Lapsley Williams Hope. The cere?
mony will take place at 3:30 o'clock
on Wednesday, February 1. Miss Grant
was educated in Virginia, and has
many friends here who will go on to
the wedding.
Dinner in Wanhlnsrton.
Mrs. John Skelton Williams and Lady
Hadrleld, who is visiting in Richmond
will be present at a dinner to be given
in Washington to-morrow in honor or
Lady nadheld.
Captain Johnson Entertains.
Captain "William R. Johnson will bo
?the host at a dinner to-night at u
o'clock in the Jefferson Hotel.
To Meet at St. Paul's.
I The women of all missionary so?
cieties of tho churches of Richmond
are asked to meet In St. Paul's Churcii
j this morning at 11 o'clock to discuss
tho plans for the jubilee meeting t:
take place hero in February.
Stag Party,
j W. W. Tiller gave a number of his
friends a stag party at his home in
I Highland Park last Monday evening.
tho occasion being his forty third
j birthday.
Those present were: The Key.
I Syaterfleld, pastor of Clay Street Meth?
odist Church; Rev. D. T. Merr'tt, pastor|
of Highland Park Methodist Church;
John Beadles. P. B. Hatcher, John u. |
Thomas, James Chappell, E. M. Red
ford, F. Fairlamb. J. Lee Davis, C. \v.
Davis, C. F. Woodward, J. E. Gilnian,
R, F. Yarbrough, W. L. Wlngtteld, f.
E. Anderson, Norman Coleman, L. D.
Wingfield, F. August, R. Jones, A. G.
Quarles. J. Mack Tiller, Fleming Tiller,
J. R. Tiller, J. T. lvaempf, W. W. Fos?
ter, A. Orpin, O. Staude, and his father
and mother, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Tiller.
Of ImtereHt Here.
Say's a Newport News paper:
Mrs. C. L. Cornelius entertained at
cards Friday evening at her home in
North End In honor of her guest. Mrs.
Gunn. of Richmond. The guest ot
honor was presented with a neuutitul
glfc and the first prize was awarded
Mrs. Frank Lodewlck. The guests
were: Mrs. S. R. Buxton, Mrs. Henry
Williams, of Richmond; Mrs. W. jk.
Aylott, Mrs. T. M. Benson, Mrs. W. w.
Harwood, Mrs. Edloe Morecock, Miss
Leak, of "Winchester; Miss WaiTTins, or
Richmond; Mrs. Ernest Corn brooks,
Mrs. Frank W. Lodewick.
"Tom .Moore" the Subject at "Woman's
Club.
John S. Munce gave a most delightful
talk yesterday on Tom Moore, not as
the poet and musician alone, but pic?
tured him in his many-sided nature
*nd his many powers. Tom Moore, the
contemporary of Scott, Byron and
Wordsworth, tho poet who lived" and
moved among tho many intellectual
geniuses of his age, and still struck
the human and divinely sweet note in
all his songs. Simple love, simply told,
ivas in all Hint ho wrote. But not only
wuh he a. real poet, but a (ieltghtf?f
aatlrist. novelist, and was chosen by
Byron to write his biography, which Is
a finished work.
k The famous Irish rjoet visited Arasrj
POPULAR VIRGINIA BRIDE
MISS ANNA JONES,
Whose marriage to Sidney Neblett will be solemnised to-day at S o'clock at
Joncaboro Baptist Church, Brunswick county, Vn.
Ica, and wrote two of his most exuuia
itc poems here, inspired by local
themes, a French heating song and
"The Legend of Dismal .Swamp," and
"Believe Me if All Those Endearing
Young Charms," which the speaker de?
clared to bo the greatest love song
ever written, is said to have been in?
spired by a very beautiful Richmond
woman, whom Moore saw while here.
Mr. Munce, filled with a great love
for Moore, scorns the fact that many
English textbooks do not teach Tom
Moore's poetry, lie was essentially a
poet and musician; ho "wrote a nation's
son'^s," and wherever there Is the heart
of man and maid, Moore will be loved,
"1 find Cascarets so good that I would j
oot be without them. I was troubled a
^reat deal with torpid liver and headache.
Sow since taking Cascarets Candy Cathar- |
:ic I feel very much better. I shall cer?
tainly recommend them to my friends as
the best medicine I have ever seen."
Anna Bazinet,
Osborn Mill No. 2, Fell River, Ma&a.
Peasant. Palatable. Potent. Taite Good.
Do Go-,d. Never Slcken.Wcaken or Gripe.
10c. 25c. 50c. Never sold In built. The eenu
ioe tablet stumped C C C. Guaranteed to
wir? if vrtuf m^nnv back. 82X
w - I
s 75c
Fancy
Negligee Shirts
Sizes ! 5, 1 53^, 16 and
1634 Sale Price 39c.
THE PUREST TONES.
LEE FERGUSSON PIANO CO.,
lib East Hroad.
M. GOLDSTEIN
LADIES' TAILOR,
has moved from
FIFTH AND BROAD
to
SOUTHWEST CORNKR SEVENTH AND
FRANKLIN.
Opposite Post-Office.
EALTH for you
On Solid Foundation
Results Guaranteed
Ask Your
Druggist
About
Mon. I
780
Only
"ASK MR. BOWMAN"
VIRGINIA TAXI SERVICE CO.
^.?.^.v?>....mi?ii?i^.i;mnrmii^'.ii)!iM!<
This May Wanton
Shoe
in all Leathern
Pamsh Bros?
21 W. Broad
sung and always remembered. Mr.
Munce spoke most gracefully and ar?
dently, from deep admiration, and
brought to his audience much well
worth remembering in Irish lore.
Mrs. Clifton Miller, Mr. Boyd and
Mr. Martenstein sang many ot" Moore's
exquisite songs, and Miss Reinhardt,
with her violin, and Miss Redford, at
the piano, helped to more completely
interpret the heart's depths of Tom
Moore.
In nod Out of Town.
Mrs. Sadie Elias Bear, of Raleigh.
X. C, is the guest of Miss Nina Louise
Clans. 1421 Grove Avenue.
Miss Zipporah Scheer has left for
Atlanta, where she will visit her sister,
Mrs. L. L. Dcttelbach, for about a
month.
Mrs- Dave Frazer who has been
risitlng her daughter. Mrs. R. E. Lov?
ing, of this city, has returned to her
home, near Thornhill. Va.
Hugh Burruss, of Rapidan, <s at St.
Luke's Hospital for treatment.
John Yornell, of Culpeper, was in tho
city last week.
J. H. Hall, of Gordonsvllle. is in
Richmond on business for several
days.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Quarles, of this
city, are visiting friends In Culpeper
for a few weeks.
Colonel and Mrs. John R. Purcell
are registered at Hotel Wolcott, in
New York city.
Miss Lucy Preston Coles, of Albe
marle. is at Mrs. Philip Shield's, S3S
West Grace Street.
Miss Credtlla Miller returned to her
home in Baltimore yesterday, after a
week's visit to Miss White, on West
Franklin Street.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Winr, who have
been recent visitors in this city, have
returned to Brooklyn.
Gaston Hohenstein has returned to
Richmond from a visit to his brother
In Tarboro. N. C. Mrs Liehenstein was
formerly Miss Edna V. Bloomnerg, of
this city.
Miss Lucille Ayler left for Newport
News yesterday, after a visit here.
Mrs. Henry Williams 13 the guest
of Mrs. Samu-d R. Buxton In Newport
News.
Mrs. Perkins nnd Miss Grace Per?
kins have returned to Richmond, aftsr
a stay in Ashland.
Mrs. George W. Harrington left on
Friday for Florida to join Mr. Har?
rington. Later they will go to Hav?
ana.
E. J. Toney. who has been sick at
his home. 1025 West Gary Street, for
several months, is able to be out
agnin.
Miss Madoline Sternberg, of this city,
who has been visiting relatives in New
York city and Harrisburg. Pa., will
return to her home this week.
Miss Mary Currie Battle entertained
O number of her young friends at
afternoon tea yesterday at 101 East
Grace Street.
CAPTAIN M. BATTLE IN CHAR?E.
Take? Command of United State* Army
Recruiting Ofllcc nt Ronnokc.
1 [Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Roanoke. Va., January a?..?Captain
M. Battle has succeeded' Lieutenant N.
P. Rogers. Jr.. in command of tho Roa?
noke recruiting district for the United
States Army. Lieutenant Roger? has
been transferred to Salt Lake C;ty
Utah. Captain Battle is a brother of
Colonel W; S. Battle. Jr.. of this c'ty.
I He comes to Roanoke from New York,
where he has been stationed for the
j past sixteen months as an Instructor
oh tho United States mlno plant?
er Fr^tnk, giving instructions In
submarine mining. In connection
with his work a' tho recruiting station
here. Cantain Rattle will also supervise
the work carried on at the recruiting
f-tations In the cities of Bluefield, W.
! Va.. Danville and' Lynchhurrr; the sta
i tions in those cities being auxiliary to
the Roanoke station, which is the main
ope in this section, Captan Rattle will
visit Bluefield, Danville an! Lynch burg
once a month for the- purpose of en?
listing the men there and to examine
applicants .it those stations.
Editor? WIM Meet To-Dny.
I Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
fWrrist'o'n.-Salem, N. Ci January 23.?
Editor John B. Sherrlll, of the Con?
cord Times, secretary and treasurer of
the North Carolina Press Association,
arrived here this afternoon to confer
with the local committee . regarding
plans for entertaining the. association,
which convenes here to-morrow In mid?
winter session. Highly-live editors ate
?>*LP.?.toa i?o attciiJ.
Owing to the increased demand
for our celebrated
We have been compelled to increase our capacity, and have
just received a car-load of pure bred cows from a well
known breeder in Orange county, Va.
Minihorya Farm Milk and Cream Is Sold Only in Bottles
We have the best equipped dairy in Virginia, as is
showrn by the high standing given us each month by the
Board of Health.
/. SCOTT PARRISH, Proprietor,
Tel. Monroe 6912, 109 East Broad Street,
Tel. Madison 1065-J, Farms, Chesterfied Co.
Drop Us
a Poatal or
Telephono Us.
We will send
you a bottle of
milk
Compare it with the Milk jou
are using. It is only
10c a Quart Bottle
Petition of Rv, F. & P. for Three
Cent Fare Will Be Heard
To-Day.
SENTENCE IS COMMUTED
Negro Gets Ten Years Instead
of Life?May Have Pure
Food Exhibit.
Before the State Corporation Com?
mission, at 11 o'clock this morning,
will begin the hearing on the petition
of the Richmond, Fredericksburg and
Potomac Railroad Company to be al?
lowed to Increase its maximum in
trastate passenger rate from 2 cents to
." cents a mile. The commission will'
s<t as a court in its chamber.
The presumption Istha t the proceed?
ings will be very much in the nature
of those taken in the case of the Wash?
ington-Southern Railway Company, an
1 allied road. The petition of the Rich?
mond, Fredcricksburg and Potomac
Railroad follows the same lines as
I that of the other road, arguing that the ,
strictly intrastate pasengc-r business is
done at a loss, by reason of the low
rate charged.
Allowed 2 1-2 Cent Unto.
In the case of the Washington -
Southern, the Corporation Commission
declined to permit a charge of :i cents
a mile, but entered an order allowing
a rate of 2 1-2 cents to be charged, thus
putting the line on the same basis with
the other trunk railroads of the State.
Tiie Washington-Southern wa3 not
satisfied with this ruling, and took an
appeal to the Supreme Court, where
the case is on the docket awaiting- ar?
gument at the March term.
Inasmuch as the arguments advanced
for a 3-cent rate are the same in the
present case as in that of the Wash?
ington-Southern, there would appear
no reason to doubt that the judgment
of the commission ,wlll be the same.
In that case, the decision of the .su?
preme Court would cover both in?
stances.
The Richmond, Frederickshurg ami
Potomac Railroad does an Immense
through husiness between the North
and the South, and the proportion given
to It of the receipts from through
travel is understood to be the reason
for its desire for a H-cent rate.
SENTENCE COMMUTED
Nenrro Sent Up for Mfe on Third Con?
viction, Get* Tterlitctloic.
The Governor yeslerday granted a
commutation of sentence to Walter
Layne, who was convicted in the Hust?
ings Court of the city of Richmond In
April. 1004, of housebreaking, and sen?
tenced to two years in the peniten?
tiary.
Inasmuch as this was haync's third
offense, he was In the Statt-, prison for
life, even though given only two years.
He has served nearly seven years, and j
the Governor has commuted the sen?
tence to ten years. Tt Is supopsed the
man will soon bo released on parole.
.ludge S. R. Witt and Commonwealth's
Attorney Minitrec Folkes indorsed the
petition.
INSTALL FOOD EXHIBIT
Samples of Dyes and AdultcrationM At?
tract Mach Attention.
In view of the intense interest, shown
during the recent farmers' week In
Roanoke in the ex'hi'oit of the State
Dairy and Food Department. Commis?
sioner W. D. Saunders" contemplates
Installing; a permanent exhibit in the
State Library building. Lack of room
In his quarters may prevent this, un?
less he can secure, space, ?j the halls.
Nine thousand people saw the dis?
play in Roanoke. It rons4sts of sam?
ples of food products, ami striking
demonstrations of adulteration..
One feature was a. large doll, with
clothes of many colors. Each piece
was dyed In solution taken from food
actually made for human consumption.
The presence of coal tar dyes Is fre?
quently found in food.
(die part ?>!" the exhibit showed a
package of live pounds uf table sugar'
Beside II was a tiny phial of saccharine,
I whose strength as to sweetening qua li?
lies Is the same as thai of the p*Me of
sugar, yet It has no food value.
[:< ?fj^.?auaderu ,wju nauko, a flj?j3cialty.
of exhibits at fairs and will be In posi?
tion to make them larger and more
Interesting as time goes on. from sam?
ples collected In his department. He
thinks of securing a glass case for a
permanent exhibit.
IIoldliiK Company Chartered.
The Kentucky Securities Corporation,
with principal office in Richmond, was
chartered yesterday by the State Cor?
poration Commission. It has an au?
thorized maximum capital of $3,000,000,
and on this paid a fee of $000. How?
ever, its minimum is $50,000. It has
the usual powers of financial holding
companies.
Officers are as foliowes: Percy M.
Chandler, Philadelphia, president; J.
Is. Trimble. Philadelphia, secretary; J.
N. Trimble. Philadelphia, treasurer; Di?
rectors?Percy M. Chandler and John
A. McCarthy, of Philadelphia; Thomas
B. day. of Richmond; Caldwell Hardy,
of Norfolk: G. W. Cook, of Lansdowne,
Pa., and Howard Loeb, of Elklns Park,
Pa
Kind? Watery Crave;
One squirrel less will gambol in Cap?
itol Square, ills body was fished out
of the. fountain near the Eleventh
Street entrance yesterday, and had evi?
dently fallen in while drinking from
the plank provided for the use of the
squirrels.
l-'ntnl Accident In Cotton Mill.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Henderson. N. C. January 23.?Th?
most fearful accident in the history
of the Henderson Cotton Mills occurred
in the picking room at 8:30 o'clock
this morning. While attempting to re
place a belt in the fly wheel, It hj-oko
and John West, colored, was complete?
ly wrapped in It and thrown violently
many times against the ceiling. Every
bone was crushed, and he died In?
stantly.
WOMEN'S MONEY SAKE THERE.
Parses Taken, Order Mnhes Member*'
Storking* Their Repositories;
New York, January 23.?Hereafter
the women who belong to Court Pride
Circle, an auxiliary of the Foresters ol
America, at Jamaica. D. I., tire going tc
carry their money In their stockings
when they attend a public meeting ot
the Circle. At a recent installation
Mrs. Mary Miller and Mrs. Catharine
I* anagan, two of' the members, put
their hats, coats and handbags in lock?
ers, and later discovered that they had
been robbed. From Mrs. Miller's nand.
bag $10 had been stolen, and .Mrs.
Flanagan lost $3.
Hence, at a later meeting of the Cir?
cle a resolution was passed that the
members in future should make. ,their
stockings the repository of their cash.
Cold Mine Sold for ?.10,00?.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Frodprlcksburg, Va., January ?
The Melville gold mine, in SpotSylvahla
county, was sold to .Mrs. Mildred Cook,
of Fredericksburg, for $50,000.
Supreme Tribunal Will Soon
Reach Adjournment?Several '
Cases Argued.
"While a good many cases pending in
the Supreme Court of Appeals have
been passed to the March term, this
does not relievo the docket as a whole,
since it is the court's custom to dis?
pose of all cases before adjournment
in the early spring. However, argu?
ment and submission have proceeded
rapidly since court met on January 3,
und it is probable that adjournment to
March will soon be reached.
It is a matter of comment among
lawyers that the docket In Virginia's
highest court is never really congested,
while in the other States suits drag
on interminably because of the
plethora of matters on the docket.
This Is supposed to be due to the pro?
cedure in this State, under which the
court or or one of the judges, in term
or vacation, passes upon petitions and
grants or refuses writs of error and
appeals. In other States only an ap?
peal is necessary to get a case up for
argu ment.
Cnnes Are Heard.
Yesterday's proceedings were as fol?
lows:
Ford and others against Chelf; ar?
gued by J. L,. Shelton for the plaintiff
in error, and by H. St. John Coalter
for the defendant in error, and sub
I milted.
j Cohen ami Winston, receivers, against
I IValford, collector. Submitted oo
briefs.
j Jackson's administrator against
! iVickham and Northrop, receivers: ar?
gued by W. I>. tardwell for the plain?
tiff in error, and by It. H. Mann for
Clio defendant in error, and submitted.
Next cases to be called: Norfolk antl
Ocean View Railway Company against
Consolidated Turnpike Company and
others; City National Bank, or Roan?
oke. Ya., against' Hundley and others;
Western Slate Hospital against Gen?
eral Board of Directors of State Hos?
pitals for the Insane; Carpenter and
others against Camp Manufacturing
Company; the MCNamarn Syndicate
against Boyd and others; Phillips
against tin- city of Portsmouth'.
Out Negro Shoots Another.
I Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Winston-Salem, N. C, January '23._
Krick llalrston, colored, was nut in
jail hero to-day for shooting Dan Hill,
colored. in Kernersvllle, Saturday
night. The baK entered Hill's breast
and went through his body. Hairstori
claims the shooting was accidental.

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