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as aerial mail carrier ^^^^kSi JBSSSBKBbM wSSSSbIBBSShKIbSBhI hhB 311 Jk ' <<MHHHHIi^^Hi^HB ASK EDDY HEIRS ' TO JOIN IN SUIT Phase of Litigation Over Estate of Founder of Christian Science. Boston, Mass., September 26.?A phase of the litigation over the estate of Mrs. Mary Baker O. Eddy, founder of the Christian Science denomina? tion, appeared to-day In the equity Fission of the Massachusetts Supreme Court, where Assistant Attorney-Gen? eral Field, representing the Common? wealth, claimed that in a friendly suit of the directors of the Christian Science Church, against the trustees of the estate, the heirs of Mrs. Eddy now llvlnR outside the State, should be Joined. The friendly suit Involved two pieces of property In this city tuiil Newton, which Mrs. Eddy in her will directed should go to the church. The case has already been before the full bench, but was sent back to the equity session, In order that the Attorney-General inlKbt be mado tt party to the suit. Involved In the present case Is the validity of tho provisions of the will under the act Which prohibits bequests to any one church or property in which the in? come is more than $2.000 annuallv. The Assistant Attorney-General claim id to-day that the heirs of Mrs. Eddy Fhould be Joined in the Massachu? setts case, in order that a final de? rision In the matter might bo com? plete, and preclude tbesc heirs In case ?hey were dissatisfied from bringing ?nether proceeding. Tho motion of the Assistant Attor? ney-Genera] was opposed by counsel for tho church, on the ground that the heirs were not residents of Massa? chusetts. Judge Morton, who heard the argu? ments, took the matter u der advise? ment. a . Mr. Fle.ld \vlll press his appeal next week from the decree of the Suffolk Prob.ite Court. In nllowing as a for ?dtrn will a copy of the will of tlfra. Eddy. Mr. Field will claim that Mrs. Eddy was a resident of Massachu? setts, end that the Inheritance tax on about $1,000,000 belongs to this Ft.tte and not to New Hampshire. FORMALLY OPENS Willlamsburg. Va., September I'C.?The formal opening of tho se.-sion of l'jll 12 wat hi Id at William and Mary luat night with n tine body of young men in attendance. The faculty, in cap und gown, occupied the rostrum, niukinn a v.ry Imposing appearance. The ex crclses were opened with prayer by the Bev. M. J. Hoover, pastor of the "William!-burg Baptist Church l>r. Wali. r A. Montgomery, chairman of the committee on publicity, presided, stir? ring address*? were, made by l>r. l.yon G. Tyler, president; Dr. J. L Hall, of the department of English; Ur. Walter Montgomery and Dr, W. J. Young. Thi Einging of the college sonn. ?'Alma Mater,, was entered Into with spirit, led by .the college quartet. ?urklhK smoothly at ? now. Dr. W. A. depart ? board protest till tho '?ijuaranreed lor Ute." ?Hon of RICHMOND MOTOR CO.. Inc . ; 313 West Main. 16 vill 11 OUNCES OF QUALITY IN EVERY POUND. The Motor Car Baker Electrics Bevel Gear Shaft Driven?the only shaft trtve la electrica that Is a proven success. Other manuiacturers ere ttrlv;r.K hard It. Imitate this latest Baker Innovation Mart. I ?*?. WOHTH EI.CCTRIC VEHICLE CO., Inc.. j 16^3 West Broad Street. The buyer wIkj Ioiowj the difference n automobiles will own 3 Jones Motor Car Co. Alka Ave. and Broad Strct. *lJllT*lt*li1lWfliia*Ti?[sr Postmaster-General Makes Suc? cessful Flight in Aero? plane. New York. September 26.?Frank H. Hitchcock, Postmaster-General of the United States, qualified as an aerial mall carrier on Long Island late to? day. While a large crowd cheered vociferously, the Postmastor-Gencral took a seat beside Captain Paul Deck, of the United States Army, in the lat ter's aeroplane at the Nassau Boule vard Aerodrome, carrying seventy eight pounds of mall matter. Without, the slightest mishap the two made a seW;n-mlnute flight to Mineola, where, upon signal, the Postmaster-General dropped the mall sack to one Of Uncle Sum's carriers. When the Postmaster General returned to the aerodrome ho was again roundly cheered, and the large crowd rushed onto the field to gr.-et him. "The. time la certainly com? ing," sold he enthusiastically, "when we must depend upon the aeroplane for carrying mall. It Is not effective yet, but It is being developed in a marvelous way; and 1 think we shall soon find It practical." ? Another feature of the fourth day of tho International meet was a flight by Lieutenant T. Dewltt Milling. U. S. A.. who broke the American record for carrying a passenger. He and a private of his regiment were aloft for 1 hour 01 minutes 48 2-5 seconds. MARKS PLACE OF JACKSON'S BIRTH Address at Unveiling of Tablet Delivered by Dr. James P. Smith. Clarksburg. W. Va.. September 26.? A bronze tablet marking the birth pluce of Die late Confederate general "Stonewall" Jackson, was unveiled hero to-day. Dedicatory exercises were held in the courthouse, where 'he principal address was made >by Dr. Janus Power Smith, of Richmond, the only surviving officer of General Jack? son's staff. Miss Isabel Arnold, of Beverly, W. Va., a grandniece of Gen? eral Jackson, unveiled the tablet. Crosses of honor were bestowed on sixteen Confederate veterans. KILLS HIMSELF IN FRONT OF ALTAR I VVInson-Salem, N. >.'.. Sept: 36.? 1 Lying on his back at the fool of an 1 ! altar in a lodge-room in the Masonic Temple, ..nd with a pistol by his side, the body ,.f T. L. Farrow, Sr., aged , fifty-four years was found thts'ufter-I noon by a negro janitor; On the altar. 1 :i Bible was opened at the clghteouth I j Psnlm, the pages being held down by I I a square and compass. A note was 1 Ii ft l.y the deail man giving llistrue- i Hons for the disposition ot his body and stating that he "did not see any i ! use In trying to tight It out." h is believed Mr. Farrow killed I himself while kneeling at the altar. He was prominent In the Masonic, fraternity und for many years was city tax collector, ill health Is believ? ed to hv<- led htm to seek death. I Inducement A unonneed. I Special to Th<- Tlmes-Dlspatch. ] Mlddle-burg, Va., September 26.?Mr. v.: James Hammond Lawson. of Velbo irhe Mills, Loudoun county, an ntt yiunce the engagement of their sister. v helcort. to Philo J. Cockvlllc. ttut-liy marriage win take place Wednes Adamt. t-'iriplres. Ilurn New Orlei Most nervous dis Burns. regar orfJers have their Josnny Coul?. weight! has 1 root in the stom wlnncr of tho i nr m , Daley ten-roun. ach' ? Tiy it for a Athletic Club ne week then? Tell your'friendt" Arrests i Tom Constantly ? . ^. ? nicht or, r, ehargtfj.'Sn"'m?- ? Allen with a club ??">??*??=?? geon took a roujdJUtW * CO., DtaMkeNn len" head and f'iitikS*. seiiouslv Injured. William Crane choree of beat IngE Thomas Harris, ed on a charge o: the jjerson of Geo " THE STYLE SHOP OF RICHMOND " 20J East Broad Street GRAND FALL OPENING The Fashion Event Of Rich mono. An Authoritative Showing of Imported Costumes and Hats, On Living Models, will take place on Wednesday Morning, Afternoon and Evening, September 27th, 1911. To Thousands of Richmond's Weil Dressed Women This Event is Momentous. It marks conclusively the trend of fashion in its newest develop? ments. It 6hows crystallized the ideas and tendencies which will hold sway in circles of refinement and culture. A Millinery Exhibit of Supreme Interest Original models from the ateliers of Berthe, Mme. Carlier, Julia, Mme. Louison, Suranne Talbot, Mme. Germaine, Georgette and Virot, In addition to reproductions and adaptations of distinctive models from our own workrooms. A Veritable Glimpse of Bois De Boulogne, Chantilly and Armenonviile. Mai6on DrecoU, Paul Poiret, Bechoff David, Bernard and other notable Paris designers have contributed some of their most distinctive creations for this event, eclipsing anything ever attempted in the city of Richmond. 1 Wednesday, Sept. 27th, 1911 Morning, Afternoon and Evening. Music By the Jefferson Hotel Orchestra. ;? ?3 sr Despite Testimony of Confession, I He Is Acquitted of Setting. Fire to Factory. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.] Suffolk. Va.. September 26.?Not withstanding; thai four witnesses t<e<u tilled that OUie M. Miller, a young white man formerly of Maryland, had confessed that he s< t tire to the plant of the Virginia Manufacturing Com? pany, a jury in the City Circuit Court this afternoon acquitted the prisonei without leaving the box. Those who BWOre they heard Miller's confession were Police Chief Brink ley and De? tective Hobos, of Surf oik. and lictce tives gam 1\ Cotton and Marry Brown low. of Norfolk. The defendant proved an nllld by his wife. Miss Kthel Askew. Miss Bettle Askew, Miss Mar? tha Evans and Robert Evans, who all said that he was home several hours prior to the Are, and never left until the alarm was rung. Two State's wit? nesses BWOre Miller was near tho scene shortly before the blase begun. The epidemic of forgery among negroes of sonic education was em? phasized in the Circuit Court to-day. when Robert J. Simmons got four years for forging a $.'>0 note, and Daniel Ingram received two years for fortrliiK a $lf? check. Both got away with the money. There are three ! other indictments aga'nsl negroes who ' are alleged forgers pending in the j same court. A second true bill against Dr. Ec? hoed Austin, charging Illegal prac? tice, was returned by the grand Jury to-day. The trial will begin to-mor ' row behind closed doors. Dr. Austin j had with her more than $2.200 when I arrested. SIMS AGAiNSfHEW COMMERCE COURT Washington. D. C. September 26.? Congress will be asked to abolish the new Commerce Court when the regular, session opens in December. Congress? man T. W. Sims, of Tennessee, a Dem 1 oural. who fought the Commerce Court provision In the Mouse two years ago, stated to-day that he will introduce a bill as soon as Congress convened for the repeal of this new portion of the Federal railroad laws. "My bill." said Mr- Sims, "will pro? pose such changes as will throw the cases now coming Into the Commerce Court back Into the Federal Circuit Courts, ?where they were originally i heard. The Commerce Court provision I won- out by n tic vote in the House I when It passed and was bitterly op [ posed In the Senate." The Commerce Court was created by President Taft's earnest reuuest i to handle all cases arising under the 'Jf?tKt?" 'ate commerce laws. Children Cry FOR FLETCHER S I C A ST O R l_ A Demonstration I A peep into an up-to-date bathroom it j only less refreshing than the bath itself i We* have fitted several model bathroom* ! at our salesrooms, showing the latest and ' most sanitary fittings. Come and set j them. McGraw-Yarbrough Ca Plumbers' Supplies ! (22 S. Elfthth St., ? Richmond, V?, j Out-of-town orders shipped quickly. Original Tanner Paint & Oil Co. 1417 and 1419 East Main, Richmond. Va. W. Fred. Richardson's Htoraxr and Trnnnfrr Department. Main and Belvlder? Sts. Hauling, Hacking and Storing High Grade Household Goods. 1 Phones; Madison ?48. day; Mos^oo ? 142. night. BRYAN BELIEVES TAFT IS BLUFFING Knoxville. Term., September 26.?An J.werlnK the challenge of President Taft, made at Cherryvale, Kan., yester? day, that he (Bryan) produce an ex? ample of restraint of trade, which would not come within the purview of the Supreme Court, W. J. Bryan said last night before his departure for Cincinnati: "If President Taft would take time to read the dissenting opinion of Jus? tice Harlan in the cuse and a report of the .ludlclarv Committee of the Senate, filed by Senator Nelson when the committee refused tb recommend the amendment, which the Suprernj Court Injected Into the law, he will un? derstand my view. "I believe With Justice Harlan and the Nelson report that the Supremo Court has practically nullified tho criminal clause of the antitrust law and will wait until the President sue. coeds in putting a trust magnate u the penitentiary before I give any weight to the President's decision of the Supreme Court. "It took four years and a half to get u decision in the Standard Oil case If it takes that long to find out wheth? er a trust magnate can bo sent to the penitentiary under the law as emascu? lated by the Supreme Court. Presi? dent Taft may be able to bluff his way through another cnmpnlgn on the trust ' question as he did through the law. but the bluff ought not to deceive unv | body who Is really opposed to the i trusts." I This was "Bryan Day" at the Appa ! inchlan Exposition. He arrived this I morning and later made a tour of the I various exhibit buildings. This after ] noon he delivered an address at the I exposition grounds upon the theme . "The Signs of the Times." Injured in Runaway Accident. (Special to The TImes-Dlspatch.l. I Cape Charles, Va., September 26.? i While A. J. Colona, a merchant of Keller, was returning from church Sunday, accompanied by his wife and daughter, one of the shaft bolts came out of the carriage in which they were riding. The horse took fright and run away, throwing tho occupants out. Mr. Co? lona received a broken arm and was also hurt internally. His wife and daughter escaped with minor bruises. The carriage was comp.etely demol llBhe?l. Mr. Oolonn's Injuries were dressed by Dr. White. Instantly Killed. ISpeclal to The TImes-Dlspatch.l Wlnston-Snlem N. C. September 26.? While sawing a piece of timber at n lumber plant nit Hoarlng River a piece of-Umber cuught In the saw and n block was hurled with terrible forco, striking a young man named Shoe ?vor the hea**, kilHTig him instantly. TRIESTOSWATFLY AND BREAKS WRIST Logansport. Ind., September 26 ? While trylirg to swat a fly Miss Mabel Howard, stenographer In the office of the county treasurer, and an arSent supporter of the "swat the fly" pro grani. fell off her chair to-day end nurses a broken wrist. ICarly In the season Miss Howard bought a fly swatter, and became so proficient that her batting average was equal to that of the famous Cobb. Yesterday she saw one of the microbe spreaders meandering about on the floor, and with a squeal t.t delight she reached for her ever-handy Bwattor, and made a lunge. The chair flipped. Miss Howard fell all over the little fly and broke her wrist?but she klllei! the fly. GrrmaD Cruiser Saluted. [Special to The Tlines-Dlspatch.] Norfolk, Vs., September 26.?A sa? lute of twenty-one guns was flred at Fortress Monroe this morning as the German cruiser Bremen entered Hamp? ton Roads, en route to Newport News, whcro she will be docked to undergo rcpulrs. HOBEST! THIS SUIT (I MA HAD AT The South's Best Clean? ing, * Dyeing and French Cleaning Es? tablishment. A. J. Pile 315 N. Fifth Street, Richmond, Va. Our French method for cleaning ladies', gentlemen's and children's clothing is unsurpassed. AMELIE RIVES now the Princess Troubetzkoy, has written a new novel for Lippincott's Maga? zine which bids fair to overtop the reputation of her first great work, "The Quick or the Dead." As in her first story, the scene is laid in Virginia, her beloved Southland. The plot is one of the most remarkable and absorbing that has ever appeared between covers. Don't delay in getting the October number of Lippincott's, in which Amclie Rives' great story appears. The number containing "The Quick or the Dead" was sold out in a flash. There will be an even bigger demand for her new story. Don't miss the October number of Lippincott's. (On all news stand.) Lippincott's Magazine PHILADELPHIA.