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Japan during Its cruise around the
world In October. IOCS. Admiral Togo ] Vub host at a brilliant entertainment ; ffiven at Tokio for the officers of the f-lxteen ships. The Japanese admiral ?will be sixty-four years old in De * ember. Cotton StutUtlc*. Liverpool. August 3.?The following : lire the weekly cotton statistics: Imports, all kinds, 12,000 bales, of i v hlon were American, 10,000. Stock, all kinds, 520,000: American. ' 855.000. American forwarded, 41.000. Total sales, all kinds, 35.000; Amcrl- . Can, 27,000. English spinners' takings. 49.000. Total exports. 6,000. Quantity afloat, all kinds, 39.000: Amerlcun. 4.000. Total sales on speculation. 100. Total sales to speculators, 3.400. GERRYfVlANDERING I? BE PREVENTED - I 'Amendment to Reapportionrnent j Bill Would Make It Impossible. Washington, August 3?Bearing an Initiative and referendum feature to! safeguard against gerrymandering in a number of States, the congressional reapportionrnent bill passed th? Scnvtol to-day. It fixes thai luture House mem-] brrshlp at 433?with two more when j Arizona and New Mexico attain State- j hodd?Instead of the present 391. There! was not even the formality of a roll ? all on the final vote. Two amendments, both offered by Senator! Burton, of Ohio, were attached to the j House measure, and on these a cont | ference with the House will be held, j all that stands In the way of PresidentI ?J'aft s approval of the bill, which Is i t.i take effect March 4. H<13. The Increase In the membership of ' the House will mean an added expense, to the country of approximately J4O0.. 000 a year. The salaries of the forty- I two new members will aggregate $.H.".-' <?"" Each will have at least one clerk' at (1,500, which will add $63.000 10 the total Mileage and other Incidental ex-j ponies will still further increase the] sum, bringing It to the amount first 1 named So Stnie Reduced. t'ndcr this decennial reappolntmeni i there is to he 110 reduction In the ] membership from any State The aver- i nge congressional district will contain over 17,000 greater population than at : present, the average district compris? ing 211.^77 under the new plan. The initiative and referendum provl.; Slon was tacked on to the bill Just be-1 fore Its passage to-day. It was one of ihe Burton amendments. It provided that In the Increase in the representation of any State, the 1' districting. Instead of being done by the State Legislature, as provided by ; the House bill, should be "In the*man ner provided by the laws" of the State, thus loavlntr the redlstrlrtlng subject to the Initiative and referendum laws wherever they have been placed on the States' statute books. These States have udopted the Initi? ative and referendum In rhe form of constitutional amendments: Oregon. Pklahomu, Nevada Missouri. Montana. South Dakoti. Colorado, Arkansas am. Maine. Cinh has adopted a similar .amendment, but the provision Is in Operative hecause of failure of tho I Legislature to enact the necessary ac- ? . rompanytng legislation. Besides these. In the following States euch an j cmenfln-ent has been submitted by the Legislatures, but has not yet been i voted upon: California. Washington. Wyoming, North Dakota. Nebraska, j Florida and Idaho. Around the Hotels Thomas J. Downing of Lancaster, who i hat bi-cn campaigning in Southwest Vir glnla in the Interest of Representative Wll. ? llam a. Jones, was in the city for a few ' hour* yesterday morning ,Mr. Downing opened branch headquarters for the Vir-I Rlnta rvmorratlc League in Britto!. Va. Arrivals at the Hotels. Lexington?J. F.. Booker, Farmvllle; ,T. L. Weit, Louisa; F.jP . Wills. Louisa: E. C. Miller, Salem: C !>? MCKfilfht, Lyncfcburg. J M. Patterson. Virginia. Davit?\|r and Mrs "W. P Altahrook. Lorraine; W, B. Hooker. Roanoke; a Stor gardt. Norfolk; W. B Kaah. Sweetbrlar. Murphy's?T. J Downing, Lancaster: H. Rosenberg. Portsmouth. John Lloyd Phil? lips. Staunton. B B. Watson. Waynesboro; ?Jr and Mrs. J H. Smith. Emporla: Mr. Sanr! Mrs J. W. Goode. Chase City. Herbert Wlngneld, Charloitesville: Georpe B Rus? sell, Drakes Brunch. Mr. and Mrs P. D JJtln. Wtkefleldl h B. Ba.l. Parksiey; W. c, Rennolrts Centre Cross: Thomat h. Chewr.lnsr. Chlleaourg; 11. C. Hutchinson. Randolph; h, M. p.irden. Suff.lk; h h. Plummer, Waverly: L B. Bleek, Norfolk: f. C. Riff. Norfolk; S E. Cpauldlng. Chase City. I'ark-R. E Per.der, Norfolk: J. GrlrTln. Lynchburg; Edmund Ruff In. Weyanoke; Chris Roupes, Norfolk. Richmond?Mrs. W!'.:lam Dell, Norfolk: W. Xing P.iv.s, Virginia; J. B Hlley, Char? loitesville: Mrs. Luther Child. Stuart's r>r?ft; W. B. Kenyon. Chester; F. J. Me. Outre, Norfolk. W. R Johnston, Norfolk; f a. Burham Chester Gilbert?W. W Veillnea. Norfolk; Roanoke baseball team. Jj N. BSVedge, S'.irry. L B. Thompior.. Beaver Dam; W. O. Miller, Nor John Plttt. BcOttSVtllei R. L Gray, Vir? ginia. Stumpfs?a a Tomlln, Norfolk: Frnr.k Tallafcrro. Norfolk; D. F Shanahan. Vlr glnU; E 8 Martin. Farmvllle j F. h. W.a fi?ld. Stony Creek. W R King. V:rgin:a. .tcfiars'.n?c h Smith. Chattanooga. Tenn ; h. M Knlns. Norfolk. Va.; Robert A McKee. Milwaukee. Wis ; B A. Bell. B,aufort. N. S.; C. R. Constable, Balti? more; Webb C. Ball, Cleveland; Mn a. R. Mayo, New York; John P. East. New York, r. O. Conkllnit Norfolk Va ; A H. Me ciure, Frankfort, y ; C. I. Hsttlnua, Pitta, burg, pa.; Chambers Flam, hftse Cltv. Va : George N Moore. Au Sable Forks. Jf Y j J. C Low. New York: Miss Rattle Kauffman, Frederlckthurg Va.! E .1 Wallis. Atlnr.ta. da.: O. Warren Leopold. Philadelphia: H. M ?bxter. PlttSburg: H C Marklln. Nor? folk, Va.. R. A. Farley, Mr*, fc M. Walker. Toledo. 0 . W. S. Eady. Baglnaw; A E J.oudorba,-k. New York; Arnold Bekoff, New York; T. Waters, Jr.. Baltimore: h W Ha". Denver: William D. Robertson Nor? folk; William P. Miller. Knoxvllle, Ter.r..; T! O. Kennedy . Cuihotrlar.d. Md ; Robert W. Little, Cumberland. Md. R. H. Rosher's Sons 15 SOUTH NINTH STREET Carriages, Buggies, Phaetons, Surreys of all Kinds All Kinds of Repainting and Repairing. We do the Finest Automobile Painting anu Repair Auto Tops, sJings, Wheels, Etc. \ Summer shirts are in the air?take your pick. English, Scotch, French and Austrian madras. Unlimited variety in color and design. $3.50 Manhattans at - $2.45 $2.50 Manhattans at - $1.88 $2.00 Manhattans at - $1.45 $1.50 Manhattans at - $1.15 In plaited bosoms alone here are six different styles, also plain bosoms and soft shirts. Soft collars with scarfs of same color and matched. _ Need Extra Trousers? Here's a chance that occurs in Richmond only once in a year?to buy the perfect fitting, Hungerford-system trousers at such small prices: $3.50 and $4.00 Trousers cut to - $2.50 $5.00 and $6.00 Trousers cut to - $3.50 $6.50 and $7.00 Trousers cut to - $4.75 $7.50 and $8.00 Trousers cut to - $5.75 $8.50 and $9.00 Trousers cut to - $6.75 O. H. Berry & Co. COMPANY IS WARNED AGAINST EXTENSION Tobacco Trust Must Do Nothing- to Increase Power of Combination Prior to Its Disin? tegration?Court Issues Mandate. Now Torlt, August 3.?The Unlte.1 States Circuit Court, under whose de? cision the American Tobacco Company will work out Its dissolution, handed down tills afternoon, on the mundato of the Federal Supreme Court, an or? der outlining conditions under which the comp-ny may perfect plans for dissolving. A clause In the order enjoins the . defendants from doing any act which I may further enlarge and extend the | power of the combination prior to i"^" disintegration. The order was handed down by Judges Lacombe, Ward and Noyes, fol? lowing a conference held with Attor? ney-Cioneral Wlckersham. United States restrict Attornuy Wise, counsel for the Amorican Tobacco Company, the British-American Tobacco Com? pany and the United Cigar Stores Com? pany. Preliminary plans of the disintegra? tion of the American Tohacco Com? CONTRACT FOB SCHOOL III II,DINGS AWARDED [Special to The Times-Dispatch.! Fayettevllle, N. C. August 3.?The contract for the erection of three new city school buildings was awarded to? day by^the trustees to W. P. Rose, of OoldSboro, a I $38,29(1. Other bidders were Halladay & Crouse, Greensboro; Central Carolina Construction Com? pany. Greensboro; York & Cobb, Ra? leigh; W. B. Harrow, Raleigh; liar wood & Morse. Newport News. Va. fceven alleged "blind tigers" were haled before Mayor McNeill this morn? ing as the result of the activities of A. A. Lindsay, recently employed by the city as a plain clothes olHcer to work on the liquor traffic, while an eighth, who failed to appear, wus bound over to Superior Court with tiie other seven. Huh Dangerous Pall. [Special to Th?- Times-Dispatch.] Williamsburg, Ca., August 3.?Trei? ben i: Barter, seventy-eight years of age, who has been living with his relative, P, Lv Smith, for some time, wandered from his room yesterday evening and fell down n steep fliuht of steps, inflicting three bad sculp wounds. The old man has heart trouble and has been delirious from ills sufferings, and 11 was in this con? dition that he met with the accident. Two Robberies Iteported. ??? Hsrrii Qroeery Company reported last i nicht tnat Its house at S!3 Walter Street .in been broken into and toioda to the j ?Ttioi.r.i <.f K7 Molen. I V.' B Hatcher complained that hl? roomi i at the Bhehandeah Fiat? had been robbed of 1 Jewelry, the value ol which he ? i at tl*. pany were submitted by Its counsel l and discussed by lawyers in the court. : The three Judges expressed no opinion regarding them, however. After reciting- the decree of the Su- j preme Court, tho tourt serves notice that it will tie up the company's ship? ments or appoint a receiver as ordered by the higher tribunal, should counsel fall to submit an acceptable plan of dissolution hy December 30 next, or sixty days thereafter. If the Circuit Court should giant su>-h an extension. ! Leave Is given counsel to apply for more specific directions In this re? gard, and also to ,any party to apply I from time to time for relief "which may seem ir. conformity with the judgment of the Supreme Court." "Pending the dissolution of the combination," the decree reads, "a-nd j the re-creation of a new condition I honestly in harmony with the law, all the defendants, their agents and ser? vants. arc hereby restrained and en ! Joined from doing any act which might ' ftiriher extend or enlarge the power of the combination by any means or I device whatsoever." I Counsel in the case regard the de? cree as enjoining the Jl'nited Cigar 1 Stores Company and the other defen . dants from extending their business by the opening of new stores or by '? contracting tor unusually large njian* I titles of supplies durl/g the life of the American Tobacco Company. OFFICERS SHOT BY DESPERADOES Police and Railway Detectives Scouring Country for Their Assailants. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.] Lynchburg,1 Va.. August 3.?Every available, member of the police de? partment, augmented by a number of railway detectives, are engaged In tho hunt for .Jack Perrow anil Oscar Bur ford, tho youthful desperadoes, who aro charged with chootlne; Policeman George Crank and J. L>. Boiling. ? Chesapoako and Ohio Railway fireman, last night in tho lower basin, but up to a lato hour the whereabouts of the pair had not been as "orlalnod. Policeman Crank Is at the Home and Retreat, where the wound through one of Ills thighs has been dressed. Fireman Boiling went to the hospi? tal shortly after the shooting "?nd had his wound attended to. but lit Is not seriously hurt. Shortly after 11 o'clock the watch? man at the Hughes Buggy Works notl- j fled the police station that two men were tiring pistols In that vicinity, and that he had Just escaped being hit by | one of them. A hurry call was sent j out. and Policeman George frank was j ? the first to reach there. He cross.. 1 j I the canal at the foot of Washington | , Street, Just below which a yard engine , ' was standing, and as he passed around | i the locomotive In the rays from the | ' headlight he was shot. The police do j I not believe It was chnnce shot, but I ? they believe t deliberate attempt was I ' made to murder the officer. ) As soon as Policeman Crank reached ! the scene a fusillade of ten or a dozen : shots was fired, and It wu.s during thts j that the two men received their hurts, i Fireman Boiling was on h's engine i when he was struck. Charged With Assault. I .Ir.hn Bullc-k war avisiert last night on the charpe nt aisaultin* Abble Morris It Is allcced that he attacked her with a . knife. VIRGINIA CROPS BADLY SCORCHED Bradstreet Shows How Terrible Drought Has Caused Great Damage. Gloomy reports, due to tho lack of Toln. will bo printed by Bradstreet's on Saturday lor Richmond and nearby points, as follows: The prominent feature In present trade conditions Is tho effect of the continued drought which prevails over u lurgc area of the Southern States. All crops In Virginia and North Caro? lina have suffered severely, ami re? ports Indicate that without further damage the average of any crop with the exception of cotton will be not more than ^0 per cent. With copious rains and a late fall season the cotton crop In the Carolinas yet has a chance for a fair yield, The potato crop Is practically a total failure. In Vir? ginia apples arc scarce and high. Pas- ! ture and grazing lands are parched ! for the lack of rain, and many towns ; anil cities face a water famine. ! Manufacturers and large wholesal? ers whose trade extends to the far South and West report good sales. | though all dealers are p'.uclng smaller i orders for future delivery, apparently waiting the final outcome of the grow. Iuk crops, and In some quarters the j uncertainty of the effect of tariff and ! other measures under consideration Is being shown to a more or less degree. I As a whole the summer season has been disappointing In the retail trade. "Mark down" sales apeared earlier ; than Is usually the case, and tho wholesales have had little fllllng-ln trade. Locally, building operations are. unprecedented for volume, and labor is ?woll employed. Builders are using brick faster than the local plants can supply. Drugs and chemicals are ac? tive. Iron and scrap Iron are In little demand. Collections are generally slow. Failures In this territory show a decrease from the earlier months of ? the year. j News of South Richmond South Richmond Bureau, Th4 Times-Dispatch. lf-'O Hull Street. Phon? Madison 175. Pur sengen? upon the cars which run to and Irom the Southalde have called atten? tion to the Increased amount of traffic upon tho Free Bridge during the past weeks It Is certain that at the present lime there are more fo/it passengers and vehlfjoi using this hrldrtc that never before. Several residents have called attention to tho fact that the speed limit through the Fouth Richmond section has h.-en frequent? ly violated, and that there la danger of loss of life If this condition Is not remedied. The curves which are numerous between the' south end o: the Free Bridge and the cor? ner of Seventh and Hull Streets should, one man said, be taker, by automobiles at slow speed, especially during the rush hours when pedestrians are most numerous. Bnud Concert in Southslde. The largest crowd which has yet attended uny public coticart In South Richmond last night listened to the program rendered by the Blues' Bond in Washington Park. The program follow!: March. "The Old Salt" (Hlldreth); overture, "Northern Lights" (Wledt); charactrlstlcs. -Cuddle Up a Lit? tle Closer" (Heschna) ; waits, "La Carmela" (Whltmark); selection. "Madame Sherry" I (Hesehna); Spanish. "A Bunch of Rose?" (Chap!): Hungarian Fantasia (Tohanli; vocal sr.? "Valley Forge" (Morris), by H. Pee Zarrow; "Japanese Lantorn Dance" (Bratton); "Dixie"; "Star Spangier Ban , ner." Stricken with Paralysis. Mrs Newman, wife of Policeman Newman, of the South Richmond cation, on Sunday night last was suddenly stricken vf.th para? lysis, and his since that time been uncon? scious Hor condition was yesterday re? ported to be very serious. Daridfon Mny PreM^*. There Is much Interest In South Richmond over the possibility that Joseph E. David ton may be the next moderator of the Mid? dle District Baptist Association. The asao i elation meets In the Weathcrford Memorial : Church. In Swamboro, next week, and will , at once elect :. moderator to succeed B. A. i Justls. who died some time ago. Mr. Dav? idson Is or., of the founders of the Clopton . Street BapMsf Church. I The association meets on Tuesday, and : will be In session for three days, transact - ? tng much Importance business. The mem? bers r.f ihe Weatherfo.'d Church oru looking forword to the session with pleosure. o'nd I are m?kln? extensive preparations for the j entertainment. Interests In Polities. The contest for the election to the office I of City Co;>ctor aeemi to be still about I evenly divided between the candidates. The senatorial contest aeema to have been of more interest during the past two or I three days, and the desire Is often eX i pressed on the street that the candidates j nalee arrangements to speak In South Rich? mond Arrested for Disorderly Conduct. Williorr. Patterson woe In a pugnacious mood yesterday, and aa a reault landed, with the assistance of Officer Watson. In the Police Court. Patterson threw stones and otherwise created a dlsturbanea on Hull Street. Ho was balled to appear this morning. Personal and General. Miss Trls D. Sncad and Miss Flossie Snead, of 303 Porter Street, left yesterday for North Carolina, where they will spend several weeks, j Mr. and Mrs. W T. Morrlssette and chil? dren returned last ulglit from Ocean Vte?c. where they had Spent two days bathing und fishing. The Dccaiur Street side cf the Courthouse Squaro has now been inclosed by the con? crete wall, and the workmen have start? ed upon the Eleventh Street side, which will probably be finished to-day Wednesday night at !?:30 o'clock Miss not loms became the bride- of W. M. Mliltngten The ceremony was performed at the hoins of W. M. K. Kno%vles. on the Midlothian Turnpllee. by Rev. N. L. Loflln. pastor ol the Clopton Street Baptist Church Mr. and Mrs. Milllngton arc now at home to limit friends at :JC'j Dccatur Street. South Rich? mond. To-night at the home of Mrs. Frar.k W Da.-.ner there will be held a lawn party for the benefit of the Chester Agricultural School The home of Mrs. Dunner Is known as the "Cedars." and Is situated at Stop 21, On the Petersburg electric line Many resi? dents cf South Richmond will attend the party. The Men's Bible Class of the Aebury M E. Church went on a moonlight excursion to Dutch Gap last night. A large delega? tion of the young men attended COURT-MARTIAL IN FIRST IteqiieM for Trial of l.irge Number of Soldlerh to Be Made To-Ilay. [ Having in hand the reports of his com. : rany < ommar.ders. with the names o( the men who failed to report for military duty at the Culpeper encampment. Major Law? rence T. Price, of the First Battalion, First Infantry, will to-day forward his request I for a court-martial It will go first to Col. j W. J. Perry and then to General C C. , Vaugben, Jr before being sent t0 the Ad < lu'ant-Genej-sl Major Price would bo pleased If the ' papers go through In time to have the same court already called to try the de? linquent members of the Richmond Blues , sit the following day or days for the hear? ing of these- cases However. It may be found Impracticable to do this, for the . papers must go the military rounds, and i a certain number of days' notice must be given. Between fifty End sixty members of ihe First Battalion, it is now expected, wf.ll tie on tho list of those to be brought to trial for infraction of a military command. Operate on Physician, ' Dr. C. W. Vest. of Clarksvll'.e. was operated upon yesterday ut tho Memorial . Hospital. Officer* Are Til. j Major E. W. Bowles, of the Richmond Blues, and Captain D. M. Leary, Jr., of I Company B, same command, have both I been confined to thoir homes for the pail i two days with Illness. They were reported i better last night. Connor In Appointed. (Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.1 Dillwyn. Va.. August 3.?W. R Con 1 nor. a prominent Republican, was to I day appointed postmaster to sucxeed i K. D. Gregory ut this place. Mr. Grcir I ory has held this office for about eight 1 years. Was Admiral Togo Ever Admiral Dewey s "Boy"? Both Admiral Togo and Admiral Dewey would deny It, but some people who know a great deal bellevo It, and this Is what happened: Five years ago n well-known Virginia novelist was dining In London one night at the house of a retired lieu? tenant-general, one of tho most distinguished cavalry officers of his day, when the general said to his Amerlcuo guest: !"I havo heard a story about Admiral ? ' . Dewey which is much too good to be true, but please don't throw doubt on it, because it is a gem. This is tht . story: Some years ago Admiral Dowey, then Captain Dewoy, met Admiral, thon ^' ' tTVl^L ^^^^^ "boys" on board of our warships were discovered to bo ensigns In the Japanese Navy. Togo was always an enter pthlr.g fellow, and ho may have brushed DAW'oy'a uniform and rubbed up hla eword and around his bolt for two years. I don't think Dewoy wants to hear that J-ondon story any more. Now, cf course, everybody Is going to deny everything, but as the oiaer art ml raj bald., "It is very likely trite.* Nomination Blank Counts 1,000 Votes I hereby nominate Address. Age..... As a contestant in The Times-Dispatch Pony and Cart Contest, subject to the rules of the contest. (Name of person making nomination.) Under no circumstances will the name of the person making tho nomina? tion be divulged to any one. This is for our information only. CONTEST STARTS AUGUST 7. (Continued From First Page j ofllce points out that the treaty as? sures a means of regulating pacifically ull differences .which would be impos? sible of settlement through the Chan? nels of diplomacy, and adds: Tho character of the treaty is clearly defined In the preamble thus: "The French republic and the United States of America, beip? equally desirous of perpetuating firm and Inviolable tho constant peace which happily has ex? isted between the two nations since the first days of American indepen? dence, und which was rendered more sure by close relations of friendship, and affirming that no important ques? tions remain In limitation between them. ?ind resolved to prevent any fu? ture difference from being an occa? sion for hostilities or anMnte.rruptlon of these good relations." and so forth. * OBITUARY Hugh S. Morrison. Information wns received here, yes? terday evening of the death at Sevanae. N. Y., at 4:30 o'clock yesterday af? ternoon of Hugh Stockdale Morrison, vice-president of the Morrison Machin? ery and Supply Company, of this city. .The funeral will he at Grace Church. Olsmont, Va., Saturday at noon. .i:i m.-- A. - Line weaver. [Special to The Times-Dispatch J Harrlsonhurg. Va , August 3.?Jam' s A.Linoweaver. seventy-ninth years old. Confederate veteran and former su? perintendent of the county almshouse, died yesterday. neaT Hlnton, Hocklng ham county. He was a Presbyterian elder and a well-known resident. He leaves six grown children besides his wife und a brother and a sister. \V. IV. Turnner. (Special to The Times-Dispatch.] Louisa. Va.. August 3-?W. "W. Tur? ner, a prominent farmer, died at his home about a mile below here this morning after a brief illness of ty? phoid fever. He Is survived by his Wife and several small children. His remains will be burled at Oakland Cemetery Saturday morning. * Hohen W. Priddy. 1 [Special to The TU:.es-Dispatch. 1 Eureka Mills, Vs., August 3.?Robert W. Priddy died at his home Wednes? day afternoo nat 4 o'clock und was burled in the Briery Presbyterian Church Cemetery this afternoon Mr Priddy was about forty years old and wns never married. A mother and the following brothers and sisters survive him: William II. Priddy. J. Colt-man Priddy. Landon Priddy, of Farmvljle Mrs. John H Ingram and Mrs. Hus? te;; Thompson, of Emporla. Mrs, Samuel V. Itoblosnn. [Special to The Tlmes-Dlsnntch.J Harriaonburg. Va.. August i.?A bride of one week. Mrs. Samuel V. Rob? inson, twenty-two years old. formerly DEATHS FRAYSIER?Died, at the residence of ! her parents. 319 South Pine Street, i August 2. at 10:05 P M . ROSA BELL CHAMP.ERLAYNE. beloved wile of O. G. Fruysier, in the twenty-first year of her age. . ! Funeral FRIDAY AFTERNOON' nt 3:30 o'clock from Pino Street Bap I tt.-l Church. Friends and acqualnt I ances Invited to attend. TRAYLOR?Died, suddenly, at the resi? dence of his son. Mr. M. E. Traylor. 903 North Twenty-fourth Street. Au? gust 3. at 12:30 P. M.. In the seventy third year of his age, J. H. TRAY? LOR. He leaves to mourn his loss Mr. O. L. Traylor, M. E- Traylor, of Richmond, Va.; J. A. Traylor. of Houston, Tex.: H. E. and J. O. Tray? lor, of Norfolk; B. A. Traylor, of Birmingham, Ala., and Mrs. Georg.? Wills. Chesterfield, Va. ~? Funeral at the above residence SATURDAY, August 5, at 4 P. M Friends und acquaintances Invited to attend. No flowers. BOYNTON?Entered Into rest. August 3, ut 2:30 P. M.. after an illness of three weeks. OSCAR BANNISTER BOYNTON, aged three years two months. Funeral from the residence of his parent. G. A. Boynton. 1319 West Cary Street. FRIDAY. 5 P. M. Inter? ment at Rlvervlcw Cemetery Pallbearers: Eddie Pace. Overton Frank. Walter Bt-ason, Wesley Kel lay. Friends and acquaintances In? vited. "Asleep In Jeans.'" BULLOCK?Died. August 2, 1911, at ?. P. M? JOHN T. BULLOCK. In tho forty-fifth year of his age. He Is survived by his wife and two sons, Arthur and Bernard, and two broth? ers. Lemuel B. Bullock, of this city, and James Waller, of Frederlcks burg. "Safe In the arms of Jesus." All suffering and cares now are o'er; Ho rests by tho river on the golden shore; Our hearts aro torn, but God knew best, And took our John home to rest. Funeral will take place at Union Station Church at 5 o'clock FRIDAY. August 4. Friends and acquaint? ances are invited to attend" Miss Eula Hoffman, of Seven Foun? tains. Shcnandouh county, was strick? en several days ago with appendicitis on her bridal trip, and rushed to u Washington hospital, where the died Wednesday, just seven days after tho wedding. She wus a daughter of James Harvoy Huffman, of Seven Fountalna. The funoral was held there to-day. Samuel Mo)or. Culpeper, Va., August 3.?Samuel Ma? jor died at yesterday at his country residence near/Culpeper, In the sixty fifth year of his age. Mr. Major was a Confederate soldier and one of the mout successful furnier?? In the county. He is survived by his Wife and two sons, Fayetto Major, of Culpeper, and Major Julian Mujor, of thy Chinese army. lluburt Hawkins. [Special to Tho Times-Dispatch. ] Fretting, Va.. August j.?liuhart, the dfteen-year-Old son of David Haw Kins, died of typhoid fever, after an Illness of about one Week's duration. The romulnB were taken to tho family burying ground, near Darwin. Hugh Cox. [Special to Tho Tlmcs-Dlspatcp.] Oalax. Va.. August 3 ?Hugh COX, a votorun of tho Civil War. died at hia home four miles south of here. 11?? was eighty yours old und is survived by u wife and eight children. The remains were Interred at the cemetery at the Coal Creek Church of Christ Mrs. Margaret Swimo IJrndley. [Special to The Times-Dispatch. J FreJerlcksburg, Va.. August 3.?Mrs Margaret Swann Bradley, wifo of W B. Bradley, president of the City Coun? cil, died at her home here to-night ufter a lingering Illness, aged fiftv nlne. She was the daughter of tho late Charlca T. und Mary Sh- phero. She Is survived by her husband und . four children?James Edwin Bradley, .Charles Shepherd Bradley. Theo. Miller Bradley, all of Baltimore, and Miss : Susie Mallory Bradley, of Fredericks i burg. IN MEMORIAM WINTER?In sad but loving remem I brancu of our dear son and brother. J. B WINTER, JR . who died one j year ago to-day In Dallas. Tex Oone in the best of his days. Blighted In manhood's bloom Gone from the hearts that loved hltn Gone to his heavenly home BY HIS PARENTS, BISTERS AND BROTHERS For Inlauts and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought ?iffnature of Spend the Week-End at the Seashore The Norfolk and Western Railway j la offering you Us attractive week-end summer excursion fare at J3.?0 round 1 trip from Richmond to Norfolk and : only .26 cents more to Virginia. Beach . und Cape Henry. 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