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Social and
BEGINNING this evening, there will
be music and dancing at tho
? ountry Club from 8 o'clock un?
til half-i>ast 10 on Tuesday and Thurs?
day evenings of every week, in addi?
tion to tho usual Saturday evening
dances. This arrangement will bo kept
up during the remainder of the sum?
mer If It proves popular with the club
members. Harry Solomon, a Russian
by birth, now a resident of New York,
win be In Richmond during the sum?
mer, and hu6 been ungaged to take
part as a violinist In the musical pro
grunis that will be given at the club
house during the remainder of the
summer . |
The club dances have proven very
popular during the months of Junt) !
and July, and several liuii'fred guests
are entertained at the club every Sat?
urday. Society left In town Is much
Interested In the announcement that
these dances will now take place, three
times a week Insteud of only once, as
heretofore .
Vleltlng In Albemarle.
Miss Cnrlle Minor Is spending the
month of July at "Castle Hill," Albe- j
marie county, as the guest of her
aunt. Mrs. Archer. I^ater In tho sum?
mer Miss Minor will go North, where
she will spend some time as the guest,
of friends before return'ng to her
home ih Richmond early in September.
I nt itch I u u Wedding.
Says the Baltimore Star of recent
"Society In Maryland and through?
out Virginia Is Interested In the wed?
ding of Miss Nannie Lindsay, daugh?
ter of Mrs. Lindsay and the late John
Lindsay, of Boston, and John Amory
.Lowell Blnke. als? of Boston, which
will take place August ? at York
llerbor. where the Lindsays have a
summer home. Bishop Codman, of
Maine, is to officiate. W. Giuham
Uowdoln, Jr . of this city, will be one
of the ushers. Mies Lindsay is a niece
of the late Mrs. Thomas Poultney, of
Baltimore, and has been the guest of
her cousins. Mrs Herbert Tiffany and
Mrs James P. Oorter. He: brother.
Thomas P. Lindsay, married Miss
Florence Field, a daughter of Mrs.
Thomas Nelson Page. A large re?
ception will follow the wedding"
Miss Lindsay has elected to have a
green wedding- and the decorations
in that hue end the frocks of the only
attendant. Miss Minnie Lyrnun. will
carry out the color tirhtme The
bride's wedding gown Is trimmed In a
wealth of very old lace and fashioned
t-ftor a foreign model.
Jn Ilnrrlnonburg.
Miss Id'i Wyatt, of this city, is vts
Hlng her aunt. Mrs Herbert Coffman,
at the latter'* home in Harrlsonburg.
Miss Mary Vaden, of Richmond; Miss
spending some time with a party of
friends at the Old Sweet Springs, will
Join her sister in Harrlsonburg sume
time later In the summer.
Leaves for New York.
I. Caplon, who was elected a delegate
Dun lop
The Flour That
Gives Universal
J. B. Mosby & Co.
Specials to-day in Ready-to
YVear Garment?.
You'll Never Forget It If you once try
Liggett Orangeade ? absolutely delicious.
Not made frcm oils but from pure orange
Juice. nifreihlng and palatable. Served
for 6c, at Polk Miller's. The Rexnll Store.
?31 Ea?t Main Street.
Get Your New Refrigerator
Sydnor & Hundley, Inc.
709-11-13 E. Broad St.
.?'".'- 5*5?"HrKL > M.VDISQN tr'iO* *
400,000 housekeepers.
Ryan. Smith & Co.
Monroe 1801.
Save money and worry by using
a Detroit Jewel Gas Range this
Adams and Broad Sts.
Easy Terms. Stool and scar/
121 East liroad Street.
Thin Summer
For small women and misses.
Colored lawns, chambrays,
ginghams, in smart jaunty
styles; regular $5.00
values; special ....
to attend tho convention of tho He?
brew Sheltering Aid Society or tho j
United States and Canada, lert jaich
mond Monday evening for Now Tor*
City, where ho will attend tho conven- ;
tlon. The opening session will be held j
July 30.
Mr. CaplOn will also speed somo .
time In Atlantic City, Philadelphia and
Baltimore before returning to his
home In this city.
Entertained lu Wythevllle.
Miss Bottle Moore entertained at
cards on Friday morning at her homo '
In Wythevllle. This enjoyable affair:
wus planned cspeciully in honor of hor j
guests. Misses Florence and Anno
Louise Hogers, or Indianapolls, Ind.
Her guests were: Miss Eleanor Terry,
Miss Mary Powell, Mrs. Julian Grave?
ly, of Boston; Miss Lolla L>ew. Mrs.
Cloyd Kent, of Richmond; Mrs. Clar?
ence M. Trlnkle, Mrs. Crumb, of New
Orleans; Mrs. William S. Moore, Mrs.
Haines, Mis3 Tlbough, of ?Norfolk; Miss i
Pnge Moore, Mrs. W. I. Jones, Miss
Nell Causy, of Greensboro, N. C; Miss
Wllhtlmlna Heuser, Mies Mary Pres?
ton Kent, and Miss Elizabeth Boiling,
of Baltimore, Md.
Home Wcddlug.
The marriage of Miss Ethe, Otegory
M?.llory. daughter of J. a- Mullory and
Henry Knaub. of tplt city, was celo
brated yesterday at high noon In the
home of the bride In Lawrenceville.
Hcv. a. P. Gray. Jr., performed the
ceremony, which was a very qu'et at- '
fair, with only a- few_ relatives and
friends present. because of recent |
mourning In the famines of both bride
and groom. Mrs. A. M. Rawllngs
played tho wedding march, and Just
before the ceremony Miss Ella wiiklns
sang "O, Proinlbe Me." i
The brido wore a gown or white
crepe d? chine, trimmed in teal lace,
and crrled a shower bouquet of Brlflo
roees. Her tulle ' veil was arranged
with orange blossoms. There were no
attendants. 1
Mr. and Mrs. Knaub left at once for
a Northern trip, and on their return,
some time after August 20, they will
re at home at 717 West Ma<n Street.
Out-of-town guests for the ceremony
Included Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Mason, or
Bluckstoi.e; Mies Fannie Short, of
Freeman: Mrs. Turner Chambliss, of
Emporla; J. R, Mallory, of Norfolk, and
In and Out of Town.
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Strause. of
Gf.-ham Court, will leave town to?
day to spend several weeks In At?
lantic City und the mountains.
Miss Anna K?hler, accompanied by
Mis? Dorothy Anne Kohler, of 308
Fioyd A enuc. has gone to the Warm
Springs, wher- they will spend the
summer as the guests of D. B. Agner.
Dr. and Mrs. Russell Cecil left town
last n'ght for Crystal Brook. Port Pef
ferson Station. L. I., where they will
spend the summer.
Miss Evelyn Sutherland, who has
been the guest cf friends here for a
few days, has returned to Newport
Dr. James P. Roy has returned to
the city, after spending the week-end
with his mother, Mrs. Kate Roy, in
Mr. and Mrs. Carroll H. Montague
arc spending sevoral weeks with Mr.
and Mrs. Preston Carson, at "Dundee."
Mise Eun'ce Ashburner, who has
been visiting relatives here. Is now
I at Bon Air for several days.
Miss Estelle Crump and Arthur
Llpscomb have returned to the city,
after visiting Miss Nellie C. Crump
In Newport News.
Mrs. Elmore Hotchkiss. Jr., who has
been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Philip
Wernag in Philadelphia, has returned
to tho city.
Mrs. William E. Barrette and little
daughter, of this city, are the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Jones at "Elm
hurst." near Frederlcksburg.
Miss Mamie Donohuo, of this city.
: is spending some time with Miss Mar
garett Lattlmore, in Portsmouth.
Mrs. Payne, Mrs. Llpscomb and Miss
' Ethel Payne, of this city, nro imong
i the recent arrivals at tho Rockbrldge
Inn, at Goshen.
Misses Daisy and Maggie Morgan,
of Richmond, will shortly be the
guests of Mrs. W. A. Morgan, In
Mrs. Virglnius B. Wyatt, who has
been visiting her sister, Mrs. Thomas
Byers. In Staunton. has gone to Char
lottesville and Louisa for the remain?
der of the summer.
Miss Aurelia S. Taylor has been de?
tained in Wlnston-Salem. N .C, by the
continued illness of her brother, Jae
q'uollne P. Taylor.
Ronnoke District Conference of M. e.
Cburch, Soutb.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch. |
Lexington. Va.. July 26.?The Roa
poke District Conference, Methodist
Episcopal Church, South, convened lu
Trinity Methodist Church, Lexington,
last night, with the opening sermon
by Rev. Charles S. Stanton, of Chrlr
tl'nnsburg. The conference organized
with Presiding Elder W. IT. Woolf. of
Sulem, presiding, and the election of
Rev. G. D. Kldner, of Cambria, as sec?
At the morning session to-day Sun?
day school interests, financial plans
and Bible-cause were discussed.
Rev. Henry P. Hamlll, D. D., of
Blttcksburg, preached at 11 o'clock, und
communion was celebrated.
This afternoon Epworth Leagues,
church publications and Sabbath oh-,
servance were features of the pro?
To-night tho Layman's Missionary
Movement, was the subject, with nd
dresses by Judge R. C. Jackson, of
Roanoke, leader for Roandke district,
and Rev. D. L. Blakemore, missionary
secretary of Baltimore Conference.
At New England Resorts.
[Special to The Tlmes-DlspiUo.h.l
Boston, Mass., July 26.?Among c.r
rlvals of Southerners at New England
resorts are tb? following: Poland
Springs. Mo.?Mr. and Mrs. Isanc Dav?
enport. Miss E. P. llargravo. Richmond,
and Miss W. W. Stringfoltow, Rich?
Kineo. Moosehead Lake, Me.?Mr. and
I Mrs. A. D. Williams, Richmond. '
Nor?i Carolina Literary and His?
torical Association Will Meet
in November.
(Special to The Times-Dispatch.] j
Raleigh. N. C July 26.?In con?
nection with the annual auuslon ot tho
Literary and Historical Association of
North Carolina hero this full, Secre?
tary Clurence H. Roe announces that
thero will be an evening session of tho
association Monday. November 27. at
which there will be the president's ad?
dress, by Professor Graham, and the
address by Dr. C. Alphonso Smith, and
the presentation of the Patterson Cup.
A business meeting of the associa?
tion will be held Tuesday afternoon,
November 23, and on Tuesday evening
there will bo tho address by Senator
Henry Cabot Lodge, of Massachusetts,
and an address !>?? Josephus Daniels, on
"The influence of Nathaniel Macon on
North Carolina History" These will
be followed on the same ovenlng by
a reception tendered to the members
of the association by ox-JpdgoR. W
Winston, at the Winston home on
?lo?nt Street.
The accounts of the officers of the
negro North Carolina Grand I^odge of
Knights of Pythias were checked up
recently by the State Commissioner ot
Insurance, James R. Younrr. und found
to be over $4.000 short. There should
have been on hand $12,000 and only
$8,000 was shown to be in hand. The
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Cleanses the System
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colds and Headaches,
due to constipation.
Best for men, women
and children; younq
and old.
Toqet its Beneficial
effects, always note the
name of the Company
California fio Syrup (a
plainly printed on the
front of every packacje
of the Genuine
Made by us are childlike, just as our
portraits of adults possess strength
and character. Come In and see specl
\ mens. If you order we will please you.
Homeier & Clark Studio
307 East Broad Street.
Phone for appointment Monroe 3507.
Summer Clearance Now Going On
Go to Chasie
"rafieri for pure
imported Olive
Mad. 4202. 500 West Main St
Entire Shoe Stock on
Sale at
5th and Broad
are sold only by
Rothert & Co.
Dainty summer models of most fash?
ionable materials.
Third nnd llrond Streets.
20 to 33l/3c/c Off
Jones Bros. & Co., Inc.
1418-1420 East Main Street.
Ask Grocers, Druggists Dealers for
Silk Finished Fancy
Madras Shirts; sale
79c White Madras
Shirts, coat style; sale
commissioner sent a communication
to the Grand Lodge, in session at Dur?
ham, at this time to the k-ffeet that tho i
Grand Lodge must elect new officers .
and change the methods qC keening;
and accounting for funds. 1'he Grand
Lodge olllcers concerned in the short- '
age were J. s. Fits. Wlnston-Salem.
grand chancellor; R. W. Brown, Win- '
Hton-tialern, grand secretary, and E. D. ?
Miller, Reidsvllle, grand treasurer.
The Grand Lodge last night re-elect
ed 1-*ltz grand chancellor and elected
new men lor the other two positions.
Commissioner . Young telephoned tho
Grand Lodge to-duy that Fltz must
ulso be deposed as grand chancellor, 1
as he would not stand for the reten- i
tion of either of the throe In offlc.'.
Tho commissioner soys thw three otH
Cera are bonded and that the short?
ages will be made good. It seems that
ull three of the olllcers received mon?
eys for various ' funds, so that the
shortage cannot be fixed on either "of
the three.
The Carolina Metal Products Com - :
pany, of "Wilmington, is chartered, with
1160,000 capital authorized, for build- ,
Ing culverts und for other purposes.
The incorporators are Theo G. Bmpie
3. H. Kuck, J. P. Council. J. W. Mur
chison, S. M. Boatwright und others j
There are also charters for the Brown I
Company (Incorporated), AsheviUe, for
timber and mining purposes, capital
95,000 subscribed and $50,000 author- ?
Ized. W. Vance Brown, principal ln
corporator; the Norwood Splcer Com?
pany. Goldsboro. capital $25.noo. by
Norwood Spicer and others, for exploit?
ing trademarks, patents and for other
purpofes. and the Grand United Order
of Brothers and Sisters Grand Union,
Lumberton, Robcson county, for fra?
ternal benefit purposes. James F. Sted
Jnan, of Pembroke, pnncipnl lncorpor
[Special to Tho Times-Dispatch.1
Woodstock, Va., July 26.?The Meth?
odist Episcopal Church, South, was
the scene of a very pretty wedding
here to-night, when Miss Nellie Worth]
Logan and Dr. Walter. Henry Wunder j
were married by the Rev. S. W. Kuhns,
of the Kvangellcal Lutheran Church
The church was tastily decorated with |
potted ferns and palms, the entire
color scheme being green and pink.
The bride was given away by her j
father. The maid of honor wa^ Miss
Emma Ptoddard, of Staunton; The i
bridesmaids were Misses Beall Wal- |
ton, Rebecca Pnxton, Arllne Walker,
Elizabeth Wunder, of Woodstock;
Helen Cunningham, of Pennsylvania,
and Emilie Canfleld. of New York.
The flower girls were little Misses
Dorothy Livers and Virginia Baker,
nieces of the bride.
The best man was Charles Wunder,
? brother of the groom, and the ush
! crs were William Hodgklns, of War
; renton; Ralph Stoneburner, of Edin
I burg, M. M. Wunder, of Moore's Store;
! Edgar Wundef. M. L. Walton. Jr., and
Philip Williams, of Woodstock.
During the ceremony Miss Emily
Walto sweetly sang "O, Promise
Me." Miss Annie Lacy Clower pre?
sided at the organ.
Certain Mutter* of Grievance to Be
Taken X p With S. A. I..
Norfolk. Vs., July 26.?The general
committee of adjustment of the Broth?
erhood of Locomotive Engineers of the
southeastern territory are In session
here, working out certain matters of
grievance that later will be taken up
with the Seaboard Air Line Railway
officials at Portsmouth. The trouble
seems to be a misinterpretation of
working rules that Is expected to be
adjusted without difficulty.
[Special to The Tlmos-Dlspntch.l
Danville. Va.. July 26.?Miss Hallle
Connelly, of this city, and Prank Bur?
ton Turbevllle. of Roanoke, were mar?
ried to-night at "Connolly's View," the
home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Hattie
Connelly near the city Rev. J. B.
Eller officiated. After the ceremony
Mr. and Mrs. Turbevllle left for un
extended tour of Northern cities, after
which they will be at home In Rok
j noke.
Eastern Shore NevrH.
tSpecial to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.l
Onancock. Va., July 26.?The East?
ern Shore District Conference of the
M. E. Church. South, met at Frank
town to-dny. There was a large at?
The annual reunion of the Confed?
erate veterans of Accomac and North?
ampton will be held at Onancock Oc
l tober ?.
j William T. Smith, aged twenty
vears. was accidentally drowned Sat
! urday near Tangier, while crabbing.
' Several at work near him noticed that
his boat wns adrift. His body was
I recovered later and burled' yesterday
J in Mt. Holly Cemetery.
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. James, of Onley,
have accepted the management of "The
I Lindens," the well-known estate of
Dr. Edward Emory Tull| of New York
! City, on the Wlcomlcb River.
Partner Seriously Injured.
Spencer, N. C. July 26.?Hoke Kes
ter, a prominent farmer, In attempting
to throw n belt, had one nrm caught
? in a wheat threshing machine to-day
and literally twisted oft. He will re
? cover.
Arrests Made in Connection With
Recent Fires in
(Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Suffolk. Va . /July 26.?Claiming that
ho acted through motives of prejudice,
and revenge, Inability to gel work and
a morbid desire for excitement, Ollie M.
Miller, twenty-four years old, formerly
of Maryland, to-aay confessed to fir?
ing the. plant of the Virginia Manufac?
turing Coinpnny a few weeks ago.
when property valued at $100,000 was
The police claim to have In custody
the incendiary, who burned the plant
of the Montgomery Lumber Company.,
but his identity is concealed.
In a recent series of factory fires
more than $",00,000 In values were con?
sumed and 1,300 persons were thrown
I out of employment.
Suffers Dislocation of Neck.
All-Day Shoot Will Be
Held To-Day.
[Spoclal to The Tlmcs-Dlspr\tch 1
Charlottesvlile, Va.. July 26.?While
unloading bay with the aid of a hay
fork on- Iii? farm, near Nortonsvllle, in
tlic northern edge, of the. county, Leroy
Simmons was tripped by a ropo and
thrown to the ground, suffering dislo?
cation of the neck. An operation at
the University Hospital showed that
two vertebrao were fractured, and
since the removal of these the paralysis
has slightly diminished, and the sur?
geons are hopeful of the patient's re?
The Injury Is similar to that suf?
fered by Cadet Wilson of the United
States Naval Academy, in a football
game about two years ago, the outcome
of which was eagerly watched by sur?
geons and the public.
The Charlottesvlile and University
Oun Club will hold an all-day shoot to?
morrow nt the club's grounds, near
the Horse Show grounds. Shooters
from Washington, Richmond. Roanoke,
Lynchburg, Staunton. Clifton Forge.
Waynesboro and Raslc City .will com?
pete for the prizes offered by local
merchants. From 3 to 4 o'clock In the
afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Top
perweln, of San Antonio, Texas, will
give on exhibition of expert and fancy
shooting with revolvers and rifles.
The fourteenth annual session of Hm
Piedmont Assembly, composed of all
the Disciples' churches in Piedmont
Virginia, will begin to-morrow nlghl
on the assembly grounds, one mile
west of Gordonsvllle, and conclude
Sunday night. August fi. The asscm
ggJus1 Say
It Means
Original and Genuine.
The Food-drink for All Ages.
More healthful than Tea or Coffee.
Agrees with the weakest digestion.
Delicious, invigorating and nutritious.
Rich milk, malted grain, powder form.
A quick lunch prepared in a minute.
Take no substitute. Ask for HO RUCK'S.
Q??T Others are Imitation?
the Housetops
"Pearl" Roofing Tin
Is the best for the
Gordon Metal Co.
Richmond, Va.
It won't hurt uou if uou
for Indigestion ?^.
Constipation ^Dijspepslai
A Liquid After Dinner Dtyestanf
ask your druggist
Bushings, Taps, Bolts
Lamp Brackets.
We Cast Daily
Richmond Machine Worksjnc.
Successors to
Mayo Iron Work?. Inc.,
Mad USC. ?404 P.. Main Street.
Mineral Spring Water for Indigestion.
Owens & Minor Drug Co.
Littleton, N. C.
Electrical Shoe Slime5c
836 E. Main Street.
Guaranteed for one year.
Smith & Webster, Inc.
612 E. Main St.
!'AVE YUU bEii.\
New Method Gas Ranges
Pettit &Co.'s
bly this year prorntHea to bo larger and
more Interesting than over before.
Many prominent dlvlnco of the Chris?
tlan Church from this and othor States
will he In attendance.
Friday and .Saturday will be dlstrlot
convention days, when tho principal
speakers will be Dr. W. M. Forrest, ot
the University of Virginia; Itev. Rich
urd Bagby. of Clifton Forge, and Rev.
F. A. Cave, of Bowling Groon. Friday
ufternoon will be given up to a sym?
posium on "The Country Church." Tho
speakers will bo H. M. Llcous, J. H
Llpscombo, J. VV, Walker. J. B. Ear?
nest and C. M. Houston. The evening
sermon will be by Rev. Richard Bagby,
of Clifton Forge.
League May I)1?cub? Allegeil WenkneB?
lu ConsHtutlonnl Amendment.
A meeting of the Richmond Charter
Changes League will bll held to-night
at S:30 o'clock In thy assembly hall of
Murphy's Hotel, to which all persons
Interested In changes tn the methods
and form of municipal government are |
Invited. The mass-meeting will be
for a general discussion of plans both
for changes under the present SVUa |
Constitution and what stops should be .
taken to secure an amendment.
Promoters of the league assert open- j
ly that the amendment proposed by ,
the last Legislature, and which will
rome up again next year for ratlfica- !
tlon. which was Introduced In the In?
te:?!-, of cities desiring a commission
form of government, was so "doc?
tored that it will not In effect give
that privilege?the amendment. In fact,
meaning little or nothing, according
to some of those who have studied Its
Some members of the league nsxprt
that It was designed hy politicians to
block rather than to facilitate the In?
troduction of commission government.
Tho subject will be thoroughly dis?
cussed to-night by those who have
been giving tho text of the proposed
amendment close scrutiny. On tho
other hand. the. amendment. It Is as
' sorted by Its frlendo, Is exactly In the
form proposed by the Virginia. League
of Municipalities.
Ylrglula Union University to Show
Some Excellent Work.
The Virginia Union University, as a
result of tho excellent class room work
of the students In attendance at the I
summer normal for the past six weeks, I
will open to the public to-day a hand?
some exhibit of articles made during ]
tho sessions of the Institute. The ex- j
hlhlt consists of specimens >n drawing,
sewing, caning, ruffed work, modeling .
nnd otl)er forms of mar.unl training
work as taught in public schools. The
exhibit will lnst through Friday, after
which day the normal closes.
The director and Instructors of tho
work have expressed appreciation of
the class of work done, and efforts will
be made to maintain the normal here
In future years.
Representatives from the City School
Board and from the State Board of !
Education have visited the Institution, I
and have been pleased with tho work.1
Beginning yesterday, the teachers en?
tered upon examinations, which will
continue through Friday. The enrol?
ment reached 140, this being In excess
of expectations. This combined with
j other features to make the normal a
Major Martin to Pick Vtrsrlnla Squad
for Camp Perry To-Dny.
Major Stanley W. Murtli\. of Lynch
burg, accomVjtnled by Lieutenant T. E.
Bartenstein, ?f Warrenton. arrived In
Richmond last night from Morehen*!
City, X. C, where the squad of Vir?
ginia militiamen seeking appointment
on the ritle team to go to Camp Perry,
C, for the national shoot has been at
Mujor Martin said that he expects to
pick the team which will represent
Virginia somo time to-day. Fifteen
sharpshooters will make up the party.
The team Will consist of twelve mem?
bers, with three substitutes.
There were forty-four men at More
head City, hut nearly half this num?
ber was quickly eliminated as Ineligi?
ble, and there now remains about
twenty-five good shots, from which
number the team will have to be se?
lected. *
Funeral of Mr*. AVelslger.
The funeral services of Mrs. Martha
J. Welslser, who died at her home, at
723 North Twenty-fourth Street, on
Tuesday afternoon, will be held at
Leigh Street Baptist Church at 4
o'clock this afternoon.
The pall-bearers will be as follows:
Active?George E. Goodc, John W.
Goode. J. T. Allen. C. H. Murray, E. M.
Nohle, W. F. Mahoney, Harvey Peace,
A. J. Cavanaugh.
Honorary?Dr. William H. Parker.
Dr. George Gay. Colonel John S. Har
wood. Joseph Smith, James Dlckenson,
R. S. M. Valentine, Melvln Michaels,
Ross Sotrthard.
PreMHlng Club Robbery.
William Robertson was arrested last
iiIkIh on three warrants, charging him
with breaking Into pressing shops and
getting away with a lot of clothing at
each place. The complainants are C^
B. Brown, toi North Twenty'-flftl.
Street; Charles Taylor. 700 North Thir?
tieth Street, und John Porter. 637 West
Broad Street.
Samuel Cope was arrested^ for steal?
ing ?100 from the Morrison Machine
Supply Company, and M. J. Sullivan
for assaulting Sumuel B. Herndon.
Drowned While Swimming-.
John William Harrison, twenty-two years
old. son of Mr, an<l Mrs. Edward C. Harri?
son, of Elkora. Cumberland county, wai
drowned Tuesday afternoon whllo swimming
In Herring creek. Charles City county. Mr.
Harrison had been visiting relativen. Tho
body will be brought to Richmond, und the
; (uneral will tako place heru to-day. fnter
j ment will be inJrie In Hollywood Cemetery.
Delegates to Revenue Meeting.
I The following delegates have been elected
j r>y the .\f-*octatk>n of United Interna'. Rev?
enue Deputy Collectors and Storekeeper
Gaugerg .>f the Second Virginia District to
ottend the annual meeting of the natlonul
organisation, which meets September IS and
19 In Detroit. Mich.: Thomas F. Meany.
Charles tlee. Mortimer M. Stoddard and C.
M. Dozier.
Ilulldlng Permits.
Building permit? were Issued yester?
day as follows:
Elizabeth L. Lee. to erect one two
stcry brick tenement, two dwellings,
on the north side of Hanover Avenue,
between Robinson and Cedar Streets.
tO cost $7.."00.
S. S. Stllburg, to erect a two-storv
brick tenement, two dwellings, on the
north side .,f Hanover between Robin?
son und Cedur Street, to cost $7,500.
Bank I'laun Plied.
Plans wore died yesterday in the
office of the Building inspector fur re?
modelling the National State Bank
Building, the work to cost $33,000. John
W. Wilson is the general contractu
and Clinton & Russell the archltests.
The work will be pressed forward as
Vapidly as possible.
?15,000 Realty Transfer.
The following deed of bnrr.:?ln and sale
?as recorded yesterday tn the office of th>,
clerk of the Hvarico county Circuit Court:
Elizabeth R. Dunn 10 Edwin Johanlfnechi
property in Brookland District, eighty-four
acres, bound by l"|li..m Brook and th?
j lands of Emmanuel Episcopal church end
of the Misses Stewart, for tlS.OCO.
Operate on Indian.
R. a. Bradby, son or chief Bradby,
of the tribe of tho Pamunkoys, a flill
hlooded Indian, was operated on yes?
terday at the Memorial Hospital, where
he. was taken suffering from appendi?
citis. His condition last night was
said to be satisfactory. This Is the
second Jndlun who In the past few
months"has hud hU vermiform ap?
pendix removod at a local hospital.
There Are Bflany
Nice pieces of je weir/ which aeod *E?t?^
Bring them to us and let us ahmrnf
how beautiful they can be made?at litt W
SchwarzschUd Bros.
Second and Broad Streets.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Independence. Va.. July 26.?The Res
publican party of Grnyson county taeld
Its convention hero to-day, and nom?
inated a full ticket for county offices,
as well as the candidate for the House
of Delegates.
I. B. Bryant, clerk of the county,
was renomlnated by acclamation. Vic?
tor Cornett, after a spirited contest,
was nominated for treasurer ovor A.
M. Kirk. Htllmoro Huffman defeated
R. C. and R. VS. Jones for sheriff. P. I*
Herrlngton was nominated by acclama?
tion for Commonwealth's Attorney, and
8. M. Fulton was formally nominated
over J. K. Delp for the House of Dele?
The convention was tho largest wd
have seen here, and from all appoar
unces was harmonious.
Delegates were elected to the sena?
torial convention, which will convene,
at Hitlsvllle on tho 27th. Senator J.
M, Parsons was elected as ono of tho
delegates to the senatorial convention.)
hut says ho will not be a candidate.'
before tho convention for re-eleotlo'n.
Struck by Lltrhtnlnjc.
[Special to Tho Times- Dispatch.1
Gloucester, Va.. July 26.?A barn be-\
longing to Thos. J. Clopton. of H?ver?
Hail, near Belvol, Gloucester county.,'
was struck by lightning- yesterday eve-]
nlng and totally destroyed, with oon-'
tents, which In part consisted of Mr.;
Clopton's entire wheat orop. This
makos tho third barn destroyed by,
lightning during the month of July IfV'
'?VIM no Held for Grand .Jury.
[Special to The Tlmes-Dlgpatoh.]
Staunton, Va.. July 2~6.?Eugene,'
Bhodes and Jerry Hunt, white men,
were brought hero last night from,
Cralgsvlllo and lodged in Jail to await
the action of the grand Jury, charged
hy a respectable negro of Fordwlck,
Henry Hamilton, with waylaying him
at night, and forcing him to swap a
handsome young horse, bridle and sad?
dle for a plug and Inferior equipments.
They claim that tho exchange was <V
fair trade.
District Conference Convcnc?,
[Special to The Times-Dlapatch.]
Bponcer. N. C, July 26.?Tho 8albv<
bury District. Conference of the Meth?
odist Church convened at Norwood.
Stanly county, to-day, with Rev. J. C.
Howe presiding. There are a number
of delegates present from the seven?
teen charges of the district, and much
attention la being given to work by'
laymen and to missions. Tho dfstrlct
contains more than 10,000 membetd,
and Is one of the largest in tho State.
Will Meet In Stnnnton. I
(Special to Tho Times-Dispatch. 1
Staunton. Va., Julv 26.?The Virginia
Court Clerks' Association will hold its
annual meoting in Staunton, August 16
and 17. and about 100 clerks arc ox
pected to be present.
Children's Day
Johnson's Floor
Johnson's Wood Dye, 14 standard
shades, for the artistic coloring of all
hard and soft woods.
Johnson's Un-Der-Lac, better than
shellac or varnish.
Johnson's Klcen Floor, for cleaning all
finished floors.
Druggists, 519 E. Broad.
Mad. 3199. Hourly Deliveries.
- 15c
Hermann Schmidt
j 504-508 East Broad.
Phone Mon. 101.
Dreyfus & Co.
Art holding important salts in all
departments. Savings Ike great,
est in years.

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