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Personal THE wedding of Miss Agnes Halr ston Drewry, daughter of the late Dr. Samuel Davles Drewry j and Alice Macglll Drewry. of Mlnneola, ; Chesterfield county, to John Edward l Deford, son of Thomas Deford and j Sara Bell Deford. of Baltimore, will he celebrated on June 6 In St. Paul's Church, Richmond, very quietly, no j Invitations having been Issued. Rev. Ripple, of Petersburg, and rec- | tor of St. John's Church, at Chester, i will uniclate. Only' the members of j the families of the bride and groom | will be present. Going Abroad. Miss Teresa Olorlavlna Hlgglns | leaves to-dny for New York to sail ; with Miss Kathleen Caughy and C. j Norbert Caughy for Genoa. The party J will go by the steamship Princess ' Irene, of the North German Lloyd Line, leaving New York Saturday morning. Miss Iflgglns will probably be absent in Europe a year, and will bo the guest of her sister. Mrs. Charles ! M. Caughy. at Milan, for the most of \ her stay in Italy. She will also spend i some time In Home. Prance and the ; British Isles before returning to this ? country. Miss Kleanor Biggins and Miss Alma Hlgglns, of Atlanta, will also leave town to-day for New York, where they will remain for some time. Later they will spend some time at Atlantic City, visiting friends In Baltimore and "Washington bnfore their return to Rlohmond. luterrntlns Announcement. The following announcement recent BECAUSE IT'S BEST A CHOICE. SELECTION ?F SOLID SILVER-HD fJUT GLASS BRIDALGIFT5 DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT anoPLAIN GOLD WEDDING RINGS AT s. JEWELERS 912 EJ4AIN 3T. Women's Outergarments KITCHEN CABINETS are used by 400,000 housekeepers. Ryan, Smith & Co. j. Continuation of our special sale] of Silk Dresses, $4.98, $6.98, $9.98. Trafieri for pure Mad. 4220. 500 West Main St flttiisiiom^ WHO UNDERSELLS See the Beautiful New Verite Suits Now on Display. Baylor-Yarborough Co. REFRIGERATORS! Summer Furniture! Our prices are right. Assort? ments large. SYDNOR & HUNDLEY, Inc. 709-11-13 E. Broad St. THE CRAFTS PIANO CO. Now at 121 E. Broad St. Second Door from Second. Pure, wholesome and full of merit? Mineral Spring Water. PANACEA SPRING CO., Littleton, N. Lingerie Waists A novelty made with sailor collar, Cluny trimming and band on cuffs, front and collar, em? broidered anchors on front and collar; three-quarter sleeve, turnback <T?-g p A cuffs; special .?Pl?tJU I ly published In the Baltimore New". Is I of much interest to society here, whore j both Miss Galther and Mr. Aldrlch have several times visited: "Mr. and Mrs. George R. Galther. of C02 Cathedral Street, announce the en- : gagoment of their daughter, Miss Imo? gen Galther. to Spencer Wyman Aid- j rich, son of Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Aid- j rich, of New York, and member of I the banking firm of \V. D. Moore & Co.. I of Now York. Miss Galther, who Is a | very handsome girl, made her debut several years ago at the Bachelors' Cotillion, and has been much admired , In Baltimore, and New York, where she has frequently visited. "She has two brothers. George R. | Galther, .Tr.. of Loudoun county, Vn., j with whom she Is staying, .and H. I Granger Galther. of this city. Miss ! Galther Is a granddaughter of the late | George R. Galther. of Howard county, and Mrs. Galther. of. 510 Cathedral] Street, through whom she Ib related i to the Dorseys. of Howard county, and . the Rldgelys, of Hampton. "Mr. Aldrlch Is also prominently con- ' nected. being a nephew of Mrs. I. Nevltt Steele, the wife of Rev. Dr. Steele, of New York. formerly of Baltimore. Through hl3 grandmother he is relate! to the late Samuel (j. Wyman and Wil? liam Wyman. who owned the Wyman estate on Charles Street Avenue, a portion of which was given by the Wy mans to Johns Hopkins University^ and is a part of their preBC-nt estate, Home wood. The wedding will take place In the fall" Mr. Aldrlch was educated at the Uni? versity of Virginia, and has a great many friends in Itlehrnond. ?engagement Announced. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Francis Som- ': mers, of Somerset. Orange county, an- I nounce the engagement and approach? ing marriage of their daughter. Mary Rebccu, to Allan Bevler Warren, of this city. The wedding will be cele? brated late in June. Invltntluua lunurd. Carter Henry "Harrison has issued in? vitations for the marriage of his daughter. Mary Byrd. and John Ran- ! dolph Tucker, the ceremony to take ! place on Wednesday evening, June 7. ; at half-after 6 o'clock, In Monumental i Church, this city. Cards have also been received hore j for the wedding of Miss Alextno Bliss : Williams and Dr. William Henry Street. ? and Miss Virginia Louise Wlllams and [ James Turner Sloan, sisters of John j Robert Williams. The ceremony will . take place on Monday evening, June 5, ?a t half-after ii o'clock. In the Second] Baptist Church, Richmond. Weekly .Mcetlnc of League. The weekly meeting of the Equal | Suffrage. League of Virginia will be held at 5 o'clock this afternoon, as j usual. In league headquarters, 307 East Frankl'n Street. A masti-meeling will be held to? morrow night In the auditorium of Murphy's Hotel All members of the league are Jn\iteo\ and have the priv? ilege of brinfe-lbS friends with them. Short addresses and questions asked and answered will be features of the evening. Dubney?Pope. The engagement of Miss Helen Pope, of Mollne. 111., and Charles T. Dabney. Jr., has been recently announced, the wedding to take place June 7. Mr. Dab nc-r Is the son of Charles T. Dahney, a former resident of Richmond, and Is superintendent of the Republic iron und Steel Company plant, at Mollne. Miss Pope Is the daughter of Charles Pope, a prominent corporation attorney of the same city. Wanhlngton Wedding. Says the Washington Post of yes? terday: ' "Miss Marie Grace Thyson. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hermanus Thyson. and Dallas Ora Southworth were married last evening at 7:30 o'clock at the home of the bride's parents, in Columbia Road. The ceremony was performed by Father McGee, pastor of the Church of the Sacred Heart. Music was furnished by an orchestra during the ceremony and at the reception which followed. "The bride wore a gown of white satin, with overdress of tulle, embroid? ered In crystal. Her veil was of tulle, fastened with a wreath of orange blossoms, and she carried a shower bouquet of bride roses and lilies of the valley. Her only attendant was her twin sister. Mrs. Sloan Harrison, who wore a gown of white marquisette and Cluny lace over pink satin. She carried a bouquet of i^a France roses. Paulus Thyson, a brother of the bride, was best man. Mrs. Thyson wore a hand? some gown of black lace, and was as? sisted in receiving by Miss Thyson, who wore white satin with a tunic of white lace. "Mr. and Mrs. Southworth loft Wash? ington for a trip to New York. They will be at home at I36C Columbia Road ufler Juno 15. Among the out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Thyson, Jr., of Richmond; Mr. and Mrs. Do Witt Southworth, of South Bend, Ind., and Miss Eldora Southworth, of Cleveland, O." Luncheon To-Day. The luncheon to be served to Child Conference members, and visitors, by the Junior Auxiliary of the Instructive Visiting Nurses' Association, will bo given at '_' P. M. to-day, in the Elks' Home, corner of Eleventh and Marshall Streets, instead of at I P. M. as here? tofore. Exhibit nt Richmond Art Club. The Richmond Education Associa? tion has placed on exhibition an un? usually attractive art collection. This exhibit is free to the children of the public schools of the city, and Is re? garded by the Richmond Education Association as a material part of Its work. The exhibits are largely the work I of Miss Alice Schille, of Columbus, O. i Miss Schille has exhibited In Paris, Now York, Pittsburg, Chicago, Wash? ington, Cleveland, and has been in? vited to exhibit in London and in Rome. She Is a member of the New York Water Color Club, and of the Woman's Art Club, and is an assistant member of the Society of Western Arts, and a vice-president of the Co? lumbus Art Student League. The critics take groat Interest in her pro? ductions, and n number of hor pic? tures hnve been reproduced. The collection of paintings, so gen? erously loaned by Miss Schille, will place Richmond among the very. for? tunate cities in being able, to afford so much pleasuro and Instruction to the art lovers In our city. Tho exhibit will have Its social features, but Is primarily Intended for tho purposo of Instruction. It Is trusted that this ef? fort of the Richmond Education As? sociation will moot tho approval and support of tho citizens of Richmond. In and Out of Tmra. Miss Emily Armlstead, who has been visiting relatives In the South for the past several mouths, 1b expected In Richmond some time this week. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Davy Eagles field have returned to Indianapolis, af? ter spending severnl weeks In Vir? ginia. Miss I^oulse" Richardson is the guest of Mrs. Thomas B. Maclln at her home In Petersburg. Miss Claire Wigg has returned to Norfolk, after visiting Miss Rosalie ilarwood In this city. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Roper and David Dunlop, who attended the horse show here, have returned to Petersburg. Miss Gertrudo Oaram, of this city. Is the guest of Mrs. Floyd Hughes, at her homo In Norfolk. ?. Misses Robert and Sarah Hamilton are attending a house party at Vir? ginia Reach, chaperaned by Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Taylor. Mrs. Thomas Atkinson has returned to Baltimore, after visiting Miss Irene F'tzgerald In this city. Mrs. Fairfax Harrison will have as her KUest at "Belvolr," her place in Fauquler. her sister, Mrs. Charles Rldgcly. for the month of June. Major B. F. Eakle and family, of the Sweet Chalybeate Springs, are reg Particularly the Ladies. Not only pleasant and refreshing tc the taste, but gently cleansing and sweet ening to the system, Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna is particularly adapted to ladies and children, and beneficial in all cases in which a wholesome, strength? ening and effective laxative should be used. It is perfectly safe at all times and dispels colds, headaches and the pain: caused by indigestion and constipation so promptly and effectively that it is the one perfect family laxative which gives satis? faction to all and is recommended by millions of families who have used it and who have personal knowledge of its ex? cellence. Its wonderful popularity, however, has led unscrupulous dealers to offer imita? tions which act unsatisfactorily. There- I fore, when buying, to get its beneficial j effects, always note the full name of the i Company?California Fig Syrup Co.? j plainly printed on the front of every ' package of the genuine Syridj of Figs ! and Elixir of Senna. For sale by all leading druggists. Price 50 cents p?r bottle. ?'Spring Tonic." Long Island Malt S',5G Dozen. NUTRITIOUS APPETITE CREATOR. Hermann Schmidt 504-6-8 E. Broad Sr. Roman Sandals in Every Size at Selling Fast Leonard Cleanableand McKee Refrigerators at Jones Bros. & Co?, Inc. 1418-1420 E. Main St. Solid Silver Tea Spoons Of exceptionally good weight and various handsome designs. (PC AH )4 dozen to set.. . ?DtJ?UU Worth twice the price. SMITH & WEBSTER, Inc. Jewelers?Opticians, 612 E. Main St. A. B. C. Capitol Wrapped Loaf ] "The beat bread you over tasted." Wrapped In we.xed paper?not touoh ed by human hands until It la served cn your table. Be at Tonr Grocer's. AMERICA.*: niliSAD AND BAKING CO? 9, H. 10. 12 E. Lalsb Street. LADIES' TALOR AND SUIT MANUFACTURER, S. W. Corner Seventh and Franklin Streets, Opp. P. O. Madison 5175. Monroe3 1 MIT1M for your ivlllil^ p rotection Buy Burrojaps Shoe! F. W. DABNEY & CO., Third and Broad Good as the Name. Virginia Made I WILTSHIRE'S 1009 E. Main St* f \ To-day we're offering Toilet Articles at tremendous reductions Visit this department and save money. ^ ? Istercd at. tho Jefferson. They leave to-day for a visit to Virginia Bach. Mrs. I. K. Briggs, of Dnrryvllle, has hecn visiting friends In Norfolk and Richmond. Miss Florence Kelly, of Charlottos vllle, Is spending a few days In this city with friends. Miss Ellen Green (has returned to Staunton, after an extender! stay with relatives In Martlnsbu'rg and this city. Miss Ruth Hart, of Richmond, Is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. A. M. Nelson,' at her homo in Roanoke. Mrs. C. O. Herring, who has been . visiting her sister, Mrs. Perkins, In! this city, has returned to Staunton. j Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chambcrlayne | recently spent several days with Rev. i and Mrs. Edward Wall in Berryvllie. Mr. and Mrs. J. Cloyd Byars. of Bris? tol, are visiting friends here, and will later open their cottage at Vrrglnla Beach for the summer. ENDS SUCCESSFUL YEA n. InlcreMlnp; Commenerment ExerclacN J Held nt the Southern Seminary. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.] Buena Vista, Va.. May 24.?With the final concert on Monday eVen'.ng, the forty-llfth session of the Southern Seminary came to a successful close, and to-day the building presents a busy scene. as the. students are leaving on every train. Since last Thursday evening the commencement exercises have been going on, and have been well attended. On Thursday evening the Junior Concert was well attended, and the program was a most excellent one. Friday evening. Dr. Kerltn, of the Virginia Military In? stitute, delivered an address before the literary societies. The class day exercises took place Saturday morning. Saturday evening the department of expression pre? sented Dlckens's "Cricket on the Hearth." and it was a bin: success, The haccalaurenta sermon was preach? ed by Rev. A. D. Mitchell, of Lexing? ton, who took as his text "Thou Shalt I.ove Thy Neighbor as Thyself." An Interesting feature of this occasion was the music of the vested choir. Sunday evening Rev. T. T. FIshhurne. of Roanoke, the new president of the school, delivered the missionary ad? dress. At 11 o'clock Monday morning the | regular graduating exercises took place, and the graduates received their diplomas. Monday evening de? cidedly the largest audience ever present at any time during the com? mencement gathered to listen to the excellent program offered, the occa? sion being the final concert, which was under the direction ol Professor and Mrs. Sanborn. who are the heads of the music department. The numbers were very difficult and were all good, showing the finished work of the ad? vanced pupil. After the conoert a lan? tern drill was given on tne lawn, nearly every student In the school taking part. , This was In charge of Miss Worthington, and the two lines were led by Misses Grace and Ruben ette Lee, who led a number of very pretty figures. At the conclusion of the drill the seniors marched to tho extreme end of the lawn and blew out the candles in their lanterns, thus showing that the session of 1011 was over. It made a very pretty close to the successful commencement. Nearly every member of the faculty will return next year. Among them will be Professor and Mrs. Sanborn. who are at head of the department of vocal and Instrumental music, and Miss Grace and Rubenette Lee, of Irvington. who have been their as? sistants this year. VIRGINIAPYTH? ELECT OFFICERS [Special to The Times-Dispatch.] Harrisonburg, Va.. May 114.?The Grand Lodge of Knights of Pythias, in the forty-third annual State conven? tion, to-day elected the following offi? cers: Orand Chancellor, Charles O. Savillo. Richmond. Vice-Grand Chancellor, John B. Boone, of Richmond. Grand Prelate. Rev. L. E. Scott, of Bristol. Grand Master of Exchequer. James T. Bailey, of Richmond. Grand Keeper of Records and Seal, H. N. Darnell, of Roanoke. Grand Inner auard, W. McKay Woodhouse. of Norfolk. Grand Outer Guard, J. E. Glenn, of Harrisonburg. Grand Master at Arms, John V. Bear, of Clifton Forge. Representative to Supremo Lodge ai Fort Worth, Texas. In August, 1912. George C. Cnbell, of Norfolk. Tue Grand Lodge will meet next year in Mnrtinsville. Cox?Garner. [Special to Tho Tlmes-Dlspalch.] Frcdericksburg, Va.. May 24.?Wil? liam Cox, of Stafford county, and Miss Austin Gamor, of King George county, were married here last evening, Rev. W. S. Jackson performing the cere? mony. Ucntnu ENtntc Sold. [Special to The Times-Dispatch ] Mlddleburg. Va.. May 21.?The Rich? ard H. Benton estate, containing 231 acres, was sold on yesterday for S7.000. Mrs. Elta Carter was the purchaser. This Is a valuable tract of land, but with little Improvements. Will Get Ills DegTce. [Special to Tho Times-Dispatch.] New Haven, Conn.. May 24.?Among tho students who will receive the bach? elor of laws degree at Ynlo Univer? sity Law School Juno 21 is Raymond Ptnnlngton Delllngor...of Allamont, N. C, who is also an LL.' D. graduate of the University of Chattanooga, North Carolina Supreme Court Expects to Adjourn for Term Next Week. J. L. BOWERS SENTENCED School Children Must Be Vacci? nated?Other Raleigh News. [Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.] Raleigh, N. C.i May 24.?The Su? preme Court delivered to-day opinions in fifteen appeals, and expects to con? clude all arguments for the term to? morrow. It will bo possible to have final adjournment certainly by Mon? day or Tuesday of next week. The opinions delivered to-day follow: Williams vs. Southern Hallway. Mecklenburg, new trial; State -vs. Hawkins. Burke, no error; Roberts vs. Baldwin. Henderson, no error; Berry vs. C, C. A; O. Hallway Com? pany, McDowell, no error; Piedmont Springs Lumber Company vs. Chrls tlansburg. Burke, reversed: State vs. Boynton, Buncombo, no error; Whit mire vs. Heath, Transylvania, new trial; Eplee vs. Southern Hallway, Buncombe, no error; Smathers vs. Western Carolina Bank, Buncombe, reversed as to both appeals; Sir coy vs. Rees. Buncombe, affirmed: Kd wards vs. Town of Rutherfordton, ap? peal withdrawn; Bennett vs. Southern Railway, Burke, affirmed; Summerrow vs. Southern Railway, McDowell, af? firmed; Chambers vs. Southern Rail? way, Buncombe, affirmed; State vs. Colvert, Polk, appeal dismissed and motion to reinstate denied. In the Federal Court this afternoon J. L. Bowers was convicted of U3lng the mnlls for fraudulent purposes. He was sentenced to ono year and a day In the Atlanta prison. He ordered furniture and other goods from mall order houses, to be paid for on tho Instalment plan, and sending orders In a number of fictitious names from Rosemary, Halifax county. Wilming? ton and Norfolk. He Is known to have obtained over J600 worth of goods In this way. He has a wife and chil? dren In Wilmington. The Raleigh school committee has passed an order prohibiting the at? tendance of any child In the public schools of the city unless there has been vaccination, with results satis? factory to the city physician. The appearance of two cascE of smallpox In the schools a few weeks ago brought about this order. At the same time the city authori? ties have determined to keep up rigid quarantine of Btnallpox cases and per? sons exposed, ns In the past. In spite of the recent repeal of the Stale law requiring quarantine, a change that was brought about by the State Board of Health, on the much criticized ground that vaccination Is the proper preventatlve of the spread of smallpox, and that quarantine Is an expensive protection for the few who wilfully stand out against being vaccinated. There are 176 public high schools In Korth Carolina, employing probably more than 600 teachers, and It Is for the filling of these positions as teach? ers that the examinations are called for each of the county seats In the State, July 13 an 14, to be held by the county superintendents, tho ques? tions to be prepared by the State Board of Examiners. There is to bo at the same time examinations for the five year public school certificates rovlded by law for teachers,, to avoid the ne? cessity of annual examinations. Preliminary Proceeding. As a preliminary proceeding to en? tering upon the actual trial of the famous Ware-Kramer suit against the American Tobacco Comany, for $1. 500,000 damages, on June 13, in the Federal Court here, United States Judge H. Q. Conner has directed that con? tending counsel appear June 6 and sub? mit all arguments on pending motions, preliminary to the actual trial, so .that all these may be cleared up before the jury trial comes up. Among the mo? tions to be thus disposed of are that each side present certain books, and letter files, not yet drawn Into the liti? gation. The depositions taken in this case already constitute a record of 4,000 or more typewritten pages, and thero are numerous exceptions noted that are to be disposed of, so far as Judge Connor's rulings are concerned, before the trial begins. PROTRACTED DROUGHT RELIEVED BY SHOWERS Conditions Improved?Men Excavating for Flume Uurlcd by Caye-In. [Special to Tho Times-Dispatch.] Frederlcksburg, Va., May 24.?The heavy shower last evening broke the long protracted drought In this sec lion, which was beginning to assume such serious proportions in Its dam? aging results. The prospects are favor? able for more rain soon, which will improve conditions generally, laying the dust, reviving pastures and vege? tation, and putting the land In a con? dition for cultivation. While excavating for the flume of the power house In this city a bank caved In, catching two of the work? men, Robert Snellings, 'white, and Walter Hlte, colored. Snellings was soon pulled out, but Hlte was com? pletely covered by tho dirt, and but for the rapid work of the workmen In digging him out tho accident would have been fatal. As It was, a physician was summoned and he was soon re? vived. Ono hundred ncros of land, owned by Mrs. Susan S. Mason, In Orange coun? ty, wus sold at public auction to J. E. Wiltshire for $2,400. A barn and largo granary and con? tents and a large Ice house, belonging to W. B. Stephens, In upper Stafford county, were destroyed by nro, entail? ing a loss of probably J1.600. The In fiitrnnco was only $S00. Colonel E. D. Cole nas purchased of George E. Jacobs the latler's residence property on Washington Avenue, In this city. RINGHAM SCHOOL CLOSES. Medals Awarded to rnrtlrlpanis in Various Coutests. [Special to The Time.s-T5lspa.teh.] Mnhann, N. 0.. May 24.?At the final Lit? erary Society celebration at the Ringham School, the subject of dehat.i was the elec? tion of the United Slates Senators by a di? rect vote of the people. Tho following: program was rendered. Prayer by Dr. lluwley. of the Preshyterlnn Church: president's address, John T. Cralg; mush- by the ninKhnm Military Rand. First deelulrner, James Dicky McOIII, whose sub? ject was "Luscn"; second declaliner. John Gray Paul, of Roannke, Vs.. on "Lest Wo Forget." The first orntor, Luther P. Syke?, spoke on "Our Itniinlled Country"; tho sec? ond orator. Thomas Kesler Cobb. chose for his subject , "Governor Vance." He was awarded the medal by tho commlttae of I Judges. The first debater, H. A. M-oRan, of Georgia, made a most excellent Impression on the Judges, and w?? awarded the medal for the best debater. IV.xnn P. Peurce, of South Carolina, ana Prank Allen Jones delivered thoughtful de? lta tl?H. itev. Mr. Hawlcy, pastor of tho Presbyte? rian Church, nnd Rev. Mr. Edwards, pastor of the Methodist Protestant, na well as '.'aptulna Cllnkacalea. Henderson. Maugans. Splker nnd Major Jordan, members of tho faculty of Ringham School, delivered tho medal's to the successful contestants. Diamond Rings The prestige of this elegant store 19 due to the fact that we handle only the finest quality gems?sot in mountings of exquisite workmanship. Schwarzschild Bros. Jewelers, Second and Broad Streets. CUTCHIN TESTIFIES IN HIS OWN DEFENSE Mayor of Roanoke Spends En? tire Day on Witness Stand. EXPLAINS GIFTS MADE TO HIM Refutes Testimony of Martin Girl?Will Be Cross-Examined To-Day. (Special to Tho Times-Dispatch.] Roanoke, Va.. May 24.?Mayor Joel H. Cutctiln was on the stand In his own behalf throughout the day, and was under direct examination from the time court opened this mornlns until adjournment at 6 o'clock this after? noon. , In tho morning tho trial wont on rapidly, and Mayor Cutchln answered question after question, in reply to his accusers, telling of his offlclal ac? tions and explaining his relations with Viel Isom and others. When the defense asked tho Mayor concerning the existence of certain houses In the city when he went into office the prosecution objeoted. The court ruled that this would not be ad? missible, since It would open almost a new case. He allowed counsel to lot the witness answer questions as to the number of persons arrested for conducting such places, and the dreary recitation of the arrests through the period of nine years since the Mayor first hold the office was heard. The question of allowing tho Mayor to explain letters written to the Chief of Police was taken up. Those letters were concerning these houses, and gave the chief Instructions S3 to what to do In certnln cases. Spenk for Thenmelve'n. The prosecuton held that the letters spoke for themselves. The Judge, In ruling, was of the same opinion, and would not allow the witness to answer the question explaining what ho meant to convoy when ho wrote the com? munications. The Mayor gave his ago as slxty nve, saying his youngest child was thirty-one or thirty-two years old. Ho then reviewed his legal services, as far as Viel Isom was concerned. He showed that in each of tho three cases that he had represented the woman It was in civil matters. lie denied tho MAYOR CTJTCHIN, of llonnoke. statement that the woman had visited his office frequently, and said that aha had been there but once a month for tho past three years, certainly not more. He said that he had referred her to other attorneys when she asked for legal services. He explained the gifts of furniture and rugs whloh ho said ware sent him. The witness said that ho never did know who sent them until after tho grand Jury Investigation. He went Into details of tho transaction cover? ing a $60 diamond ring, which was said to have been given him by Viel lsom. He explained that she owed him money for professional services, and thnt the Jeweler agreed to let him havo the ring and chargo It to tho woman. Ho had tho ring on whllo In court. He refuted tho testimony of the Martin girl as to locking his office door while sho was there, showing that tho door would not lock from the Insldo. Ho denied positively that ho made any Improper proposals. He will ho put under cross-exami? nation to-morrow. Setrtencea to Penitentiary. [Spcalal to The Times-Dispatch.] Bristol, Va., May 24.?W. H. Gross, forty-four years old, was to-day sen? tenced In the Circuit Court at Blount vllle, to fourteen years In the peniten? tiary, for the murder of William P. 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