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MRS. GERHARDT, wife of Major
Charlea Gortiardt. Tenth In?
fantry, United States Army, Is
.visiting her mother, Mrs. Clalborne
Watklns. at 1202 Park Avenue. Mrs.
Gerhardt, who before her marriage
was Miss Kalo Watklns, of this city,
will Join Major Gerhardt at Panama
City ubout the latter part of October.
Miss Virginia Gerhardt, duughter of
Major Charles Gerhardt, of the army,
is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Gulgon, at
'j:i3 West Gruce Street.
.More About "Allee."
Mrs. George Wayne Anderson, chalr
mun of the stage and scenery for
"Alice In Wonderland." which will be
given at the Academy of Music, with
a society cast, bus been extremely
fortunate In securing the services of
Alvln Smith to take charge of the
pluy. Mr. Smith was largely Instru?
mental In making "Pinafore" a suc?
cess last spring, and his interest In
"Alice" assures an artistic perform?
Mr. Smith met the members of the
cast r rlday night, and rehearsal will
be held on Friday evening, October
20. at half-past 8 o'clock ut 14 West
Main Street. All members of the cast
arc urged to be present
Interesting Wedding.
A wedding of much interest to many
old Southern families wuu that of Miss
Isabelle Marshall Heard, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Silas Wright Heard, ol
Cedareroft, McLeansboro. III., and 510U
Cubanne Avenue, St. Louis, Mo., and
Charles Perclval Bland, which occur?
red in St. Louis Saturday evening. Sep?
tember -3. Mis.- Heard's Heafd ances?
tors were Georgians and her greut
geeat - grandmother, harah Moor?
Heard, was of the South Carolina co?
lonial Moore family. She has had
eight Southern Governors in her fam?
ily, three In the Heard line und live
In the Mcore. Her father's mother,
Isabelle Marshall Heard, Wus of the
line of Chief Justice John Marshall.
Her great-uncle was the lute Judge
Samuel K. Marshall. M. C. of Illinois.
The bride's mother is Aflnle. daughter
of the late Judge John T. Harris, of
Harrisonburg, VaT, u member of the
Confederate Congress, also of the
United States Congress, of whose fam?
ily William Harris Crawford, of
Georgia, wus a member, and through
the Hanls family is related to the
Clayborn, Overton. I/cwIb and other
old Southern families. Mr. Bland Is u
eon of Judge C C. Bland, of the Court
of Appeals, St. Ijouls, a nephew of the
late Richard P. ("Silver Dirk') Bland,
of Missouri, and related to the Ran?
dolph and. other old Virginia families
rhe ceremony was performed at 8:S0
The Flour That
Gives Universal
Boys' College Hats.
Bands in all Colors,
N. W. Corner 3d & Broad
J. B. Mosby & Co.
A sale of Gloves to-day at spe?
cial prices.
I'hcy require least fuel and give mos
Ryan, Smith' & Co*
Dreyfus & Co.
Now showing complete assort?
ments of Early Fall Suits.
See the special design Bed?
room Suit in our east window.
Blankets and Comforts
Sutherland & Cherry, Inc.
310 Bast Broad Street.
Velvet Bags
Of nice black velvet, having
beautiful filigree metal frame,
in silver and gunmetal finish;
long cord handle?.
o'clock at St. George's Chapel by Rev.
Ii. T. Kemerer in the presence of a
largo and brilliant gathering. The
St. Louis Globe-Democrat of Sunday,
September 24, given the following de?
scription: ''The bride entered with her
father, who gave In r away She. wus
uttended by her slater. Mn. C. p. Clat.
as matron of honor. Miss lone Bland,
of Rolla, Mo., was bridesmaid, and
Robert S Williams hem man- The
bride waTT exqUlsltel) gowned In white
eropc meteor, ban-. wrought with
pearls, and designed with the quaint
empire lines and graceful court train
falling from the shoulders, The cor?
sage .jyas trimmed with a great deal
of line old rose point lacy. The bridal
veil of duchess lace wus arranged to
form the picturesque .lullet cap, and
was held In place With a chaplet of
Orange blossoms. She carried a show?
er of lilies of the vailey. The matron
of honor wore her own bridal grown
of white satin und lace, embroidered
In pearls and crystal, and carried roses,
fringed with lilies of ti.. valley. Miss
Brand's toilet was of pink crepe me?
teor, wrought in crystal, and she car
t led a shower of pink roses and lilies
of the vailey. The house decorations
were In pink and white roses, the
drawing room entirely In white roseB
and ferns A large reception followed
the ceremony. The young people do
parted for a honeymoon tour of the
fashionable Eastern resorts. They
will decide on a place of residence on
their return."
MeetluK of .%c\v Chapter.
Th<- llrst iffceting of the new chap?
ter of the United Daughters of the
Confederacy will be held this after?
noon at 4 o'clock In Lee Camp Hall.
The Trainc will be chosen at this meet?
ing and officers for the ensuing year
are- to be elected. The name of the
chapter will probably be the Lee
Chapter, U. D. C.
Itec-ent Weddings.
Miss Louise Chambers and ihomas
Ford, of Arvonla. were quietly mar?
ried in Richmond on Thursday, October'
1?. at ?"? I'. M. the Rev. Jones perform?
ing the ceremony. Th? bride, who Is
the daughter of Mrs. Dora Chambers
and the late W. A. Cnambcrs. was
handsomely gowned in a blue travel?
ing suit with hat and gloves to match.
Those present at the wedding were
Mrs C. I Glenn. Mrs. Winnlfree and
Mrs. litam, of Richmond. Mrs. Mar?
shall Gregory, Mrs Dora Chambers
und Miss Evle Chambers, of Arvonla:
Miss Mollle I-Awson and Miss Cora
I.awson, of Chester. After an ex?
tended trip Mr and Mrs. Ford will
make their home in Arvonla.
Miss Marguerite Gabrell -vlto and
Roy Oliver Brown, of Bust Salamanca,
N. Y . were married on Wednesday of
last week at noon at the home of Her?
man Boschen. 122 South Pine Street,
! the Rev. Thomas Semmes. rector of
I St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, per?
forming the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs.
R. O. Brown will be at home after
November 1 at East Salamanca, N. Y.
A damson?Cansel.
Judge and Mrs. George Edward Cas?
sel have Issued invitations for the
marriage of their daughter. Kathleen,
to Arthur Vincent Adamson, the cere?
mony to take place on Thursday eve?
ning, November ", at naif-past 7
o'clock in the Central PreSDyterlnn
Church at East Radford.
Of Interest Here.
Says the Baltimore Star:
"Invitations, limited to the two fam?
ilies and a few intimate fr.ends of the
bride and groom-elect, have been sent
otjt by Mrs. Eugene McDonnell, for the
marriage of her daughter, Miss Kath?
leen McDonnell, and Thomas Harold
Vlckery, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kdward
M. Vlckery, on Saturday afternoon,
October 28, at 4 o'clock, in the quar?
ters of her son. Lieutenant Austin Mc?
Donnell, at Fcrt Howard. The cere?
mony will be performed by another
son. Rev. Eugene de I> McDonnell,
president of Gonzaga College, Wash?
ington. D. C.
"Miss McDonnell will have her cous?
in. Miss Louise Ryan, of Norfolk, Va.,
for her maid of honor and only at?
tendant. Stephen G. Vlckery will be
his brother's best man, and the rib?
bons will be held by Francis Regis
McDonnell, of Sandwic.i, Mass.; John
Chllton McDonnell, Midshipman Ed?
ward O. McDonnell, U. S N.'j Lieuten?
ant Austin McDonnell, U. S. A., broth?
ers of the bride, and Edward Helskel,
a nephew of the- groom.
"Miss McDonnell Is the granddaugh?
ter of the late Dr. John Chilton, of
Warrenton, Va. She Is a beautiful
girl and has been much admired since
her debut two years ago at the first
Monday German. Mr. Vlckery Is one
of the most popular young men in
town and u member of the Green
Spring Valley, the Junior Cotillon und
the Baltimore Country Clubs."
flulet Wedding.
The marriage of Miss Llllie Mc?
Carthy, daughter of the late Dennis
M. McCarthy, to Guy Arlington Shel
ton, took place very quietly Monday
morning. October 9. In the Cathedral
of Sacred Heart, the Rev. Father M.
J. Haler performing the ceremony.
Mr. and Mrs. Shelton left Sunday
night for a wedding trip through New
York State.
Meeting This- Afternoon.
St. John's Circle of King's Daugh?
ters will meet this afternoon at 4:30
o'clock with Mrs. O. E.'Parrish, 2700
East Grace Street. A full attendance
Is urged, this being the last meeting
before the State convention.
The board of the Colonial Dames
will meet this afternoon at 4:80 o'clock
at the residence of Mrs. William Ruffln
Cox. 009 West Grace Street. The flrBt
general meeting of the autumn will
be held in the parlors of the Wo?
man's Club at 4:30 o'clock on the last
Friday afternoon ln^-October.
Home and School Conference.
The Conference on Home and School
and Related Subjects, which Is
to held under the auspices of
the Federation of Mothers' Clubs, of
Richmond and Virginia, ..will open In?
formally Wednesday morning, October
18, with a visit by Mrs. Schoff and
delegates, with the members and
friends of_the federation, to the cook?
ing and manual training classes at
John Marshall High School and the
Colored Normal. Tho conference will
have its formal opening at 2 P. M. on
thnt date, in the mothers' room In
tho old Jllgh ?chool, 80fi East Mar?
shall Street. A reception to Mrs.
Schoff will be held at this time and
place, from 3 to 5 P. M., and at 8:15
that night Mrs. Schoff will address
[the general public in the auditorium
of the John Marshall High School. Ed?
ward It. Fuller, of the Council, will
also speuk upon free text books for
the city schools. It Is expected that
the High School Chorus will udd to the
enjoyable features of the occasion.
Thursday morning there will be an
exhibition of physical culture work
by Mr. Jones, at John Marshall High
School at fl:30 o'clock. The confer?
ence proper will open at the mothers'
room at 10 A- M., continuing until 1
1*. M. The afternoon session will be
from 2 to 6 P. M. at the new William
Pox Memorial School, on Hanover Ave?
nue, between Strawberry and Elm
Streets, one block and a half front the
Broud and Main Street cur line, where
It crosses Hanover Avenue.
It Is hoped that every woman In
the city who la interested In educa?
tion and child welfare work, will make
un attempt to attend one of more of
these meetings, und encourage the
work of the federation along the lines
or its present aim tu foster the "school
as a soclu) centre" movement. Mrs.
Frederick b'choff, of Philadelphia, pres?
ident of the National Congress of
Mothers, Is n world-tlgure In
connection with this work, and with
protection of childhood by Juvenile
in iui.i Out of Town.
Mrs. Charles B. Ball hus returned
from abroad and Is now at her home.
0 Soutli Third Street.
Misses Ethel, Blanche and Ruby
Nunn, of Guinea, and Carroll Hazard,
of Heathsville, ore attending a house
party given by Mrs. W. L. Campbell, at
Mr. and Mr* Egbert G. Leigh. Jr.,
motored to Richmond last week from
"Piedmont," their country home In
Parrlsh Trant. of Norfolk, Is spend?
ing several days In Richmond as the
guest of relatives.
Mr. and "Mrs. Herman Born, of New
Vork City, will visit their daughter
and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Mlchelson, after which they will re?
sume their trip further South, stopping
at Old I'olnt and Norfolk.
Misses Annie and Isabella Donaldson,
of Roanok'.. are at Mrs Thornton's, on
West Grace Street.
Miss Elise Miles, of the University
of Virginia, Is the guest of her cousin,
Miss Mary Stuart Cocke, In Roanoke.
Miss Elizabeth Boiling, of Baltimore,
Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Arthur P.
Wilmer here, before going to Newport
News, where she will he sponsor at
the Confederate reunion.
G. S. Gunter, of Sanford. N. C, Is
visiting frlendr In this city for this
Mrs. John Skelton Williams and
Miss Marie Isaacs have returned to
Richmond, after spending the summer
at Blue Ridge Summit.
Joseph J. Darlington, one of the
leading members of the Washington
bar. is a guest of Dr. R. J. Wllling
Mrs. Carter Hunter, of the Sweet
Frightful Suffering
of a Woman
Mrs. Garrett, of Vandervoort, De?
scribes How She Suffered and
How She Got Relief.
Vandervoort, Ark.?Mrs. Dora Garrett, I
of this place, says: "I suffered every
month for a year, and got weaker every
day. My head and back would ache so
bad I could not sit up. I tried all kinds
of medicines, and they all failed to cure
me. Then my mother told, me to take
Cardui. When I had taken one bottle I
was able to do all of my work. I, can
recommend Cardui to be the greatest
woman's remedy in the world. I have
used it and know what it will do."
When a woman is ill, the real trouble is i
generally some derangement of her con?
stitution, and the headache and backache,
etc., are merely symptoms of her womanly
weakness. The proper treatment, there?
fore, is Cardui, the woman's tonic. No
other medicine, or tonic, has exactly the
same results as Cardui. No other has
the record of so many years of successful
use in cases of womanly ailments.
If Mrs. Garrett had taken Cardui sooner
she might have been spared the long
sickness and much suffering. A few doses
i of Cardui at the right time will often
save serious suffering and prevent a long |
sickness. Don't delay. Begin to take
Cardui at once.
p' N. B.?Write to Ladies' Advisory Dept., |
Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga,
Tcnn., for Special Instructions and 64-page
book, "Home Treatment for Women,"
sent in plain wrapper on request.
New Method Gas Range*
Pettit & Co.'s?
Fall Opening, showing dainty, new,
fashlonablo styles.
Third and Brond Streets.
are sold ORly by
Rothert & Co.,
f ^
Winter Underwear I
for men, half wool; S1.00
value, for
75c ,
90 per cent. wool, in
white, grey and cardi?
nal ; per garment.
V, J
Chalybeate Spring's, Is visiting Dr. und
Mrs. H. C. Tabb. at 2028 Monument
Miss Ethel Crenshaw Watklne, who
was recently operated on for appendl
c|tla at St. Luke's Hospital, Is now
convalescent and will return tu her
home this week.
Mrs. Mary S. Williams, of Cherry
Clrove and Joseph Means, of Hampton,
were guests lust week of Misses M.
K. and M. b. Williams, 1146 West Ave?
Mrs. Marshall Gregory has returned
to her home near Arvonla. after a
visit to Mrs. CJ L Glenn, In Richmond,
and Miss Norms (/entry, of Rio Vista.
Mrs. R. J. Robertson anri her daugh?
ter, Queen, are visiting W. T. Robert?
son, after a stay of three months in
Miss Rena GlazebrooVte. who hi*
been visiting ut the home of Judge
Wright, in Tappahannoek, has return?
ed to Richmond.
Mrs. I. R. Carper, of Frederlcksburg,
is visiting her slater, Mrs. A. G. An?
thony in this city.
Mr. and Mrs Freeman Epes have
returned to Blackstone, after span-iint
last week In this city.
B G. Jeffries and his sons. William
and Robert, of Tappahannoek, are in
Richmond for several days.
Ryland Camp ha9 returned to his
home- In Franklin, after spending sev?
eral days In Richmond.
Miss' Ida Caplan. of this city, is visit?
ing the Misses Caplan at their hom?
in Baltimore.
Mr. and Mrs. Jere Bunting and
daughter, Miss Grace Bunting, and
Miss Lassie McNeil, left last evening
for their home In Bristol, after a few
days' visit to friends In this city.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Washington, October 14.?Washing?
ton, to-day the quietest place on tho
political map, will see an entire change
before the coming month Is many duys
old. November Is the time when the
capital city rouses from Its slumber
shakes off Its hot weather sluggishness
and begins a general house cleaning
for the next six or eight months. The
knobs to the big front door are polish?
ed up. and everything Is put to rights,
because that Is the time when the
White House takes on its winter habits,
and it will be away along in summer
again before another period of quietude
comes. j
Naturally all political and social life!
devolves around the White House in
Washington. There the future politi?
cal career of many a man is made or
marred, and likewise there many a
bouncing belle from the backwoods get.^,
her first peep Into real big society.
If it Is difficult to get the ear of
the President, politically, it Is equally
as hard sometimes to get near the
While House along social paths, but
there are many Just now who will
eagerly watch for the homecoming of
Mr. and Mrs. Taft, the former from his
long swing around the country, and the
latter from her home at Beverly. They
will be In Washington on th,e first of
November, and right then will begin
one of the brightest and most attrac?
tive *va?ons In Washington's social
When the President rubs the dust
from his desk when lie gets beck from
his Western trip and digs down Into
the pile of business, which has accum?
ulated since he left, he will find a plen?
ty to occupy his time for many months
to come. There are scores and scores of
place to be filled, ranging all the way
from judges and district nttorney3
and commissioners of various kinds
down to the tilling of small' postmas
tershops at many cross-road towns.
Important Vacancies to Fill,
?ne of the best commisslonerships
which the President will be culled
upon to fill will be that held by the
late Senator Carter as a member of
the joint high commission to Investi?
gate und report upon the waterway
und boundary rights between the
United States and Canada. Last year,
when the former Montana Senator
went down in the landslide which
shoojc the country from end to end
and terminated the congressional
career of many Congressmen, Presi?
dent Taft thought It would be a nice
thing to give Carter a good, soft place
with little to do and with a fat salary
at the end. So the Montana man was
landed In the commissioner's place and
held it until ho died, a short time ago.
Now it will be up to the President to
name a successor to Senator Cnrter,
and there are already a number of
men In the field for it.
Another thing the President will
have to do will be to name one or two
commissioners to the Panama Expo?
sition to be held In San Francisco. For
several months a former member of
the House from Virginia has been
camping around the White House,
using all possible Influence, In the
hope of landing this place. Thero
will be excellent remuneration in It
and not a great deal of labor, with
the added advantngo of being in a
position of taking advantage of any
business opportunities which might
arise. Therefore, Mr. Taft will have
to decldo among several candidates
when he comes back which . he will
Thesj matters, with the. hundreds
of smaller ones which must have" at?
tention at the White House from day
to day, will well fill the President's
time for many months when he shakes
the dust of his long trip upon his re?
turn to Washington early next month.
He has covered many thousands of
miles .slnco ho went Wont. Meantime
a vast pile of business has accu?
mulated, ? H. MtO.
A Bride of the Past fVeek
Mr?. Archer Cleveland .Tohnaton, form? rly Miss Wfllle Jane Rlchardaon, vrho.e
_' ?narrlaBe look place on V.'edneadny a( Wcntbnmpton.
Democratic Committee Decided Field Should Be
Left Open for Free Fight?Busts of Jeffer?
son and Marshall to Be Unveiled.
I .Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Lancaster. Va.. October 15.?The Re?
publicans uf Richmond and Northum?
berland counties have nominated can?
didates for most of the county and
district offices to be tilled at the elec?
tion next month. R. F. Rock, ot
Mundy Point, Northumberland county,
has announced himself as an Independ?
ent candidate for the House of Dele
Every woman's heart responds to
the charm and sweetness of a baby's
voice, because nature intended her for
motherhood. But even the loving
nature of a mother shrinks from the
ordeal because such a time is regard?
ed as a period of suffering and danger.
Women who use Mother's Friend are
6aved much discomfort and suffering,
and their systems, being thoroughly
prepared by this great remedy, are
in a health}' condition to meet the
time with the least possible suffering
and danger. Mother's Friend is
recommended only for the relief and
comfort of expectant mothers ; it is in
no sense a remedy for various ills,
but its many years of success, and
the thousands of endorsements re?
ceived from women who have used it
are a guarantee of the beue?t to be
derived from its use. This remedy
does not accomplish wonders but sim?
ply assists nature to perfect its work.
Mother's Friend allays nausea, pre?
vents caking of
the breasts, and
in everj* way
contributes to
strong, healthy
motherhood. Mother's Friend is sold
at drug stores. Write for our free
book for expectant mothers.
Ask Grocers, Druggists Dealers for
Monroe 1801,
Go to Chaste
Trafieri for pure
imported Olive
Matl. 4202.
M>0 W Mn'rt Si
Many Carloads are Rushing In.
Sydnor & Hundley!
BY SmJllSU^^^^k^!/
gates from "Westmoreland and North?
umberland in opposition to Thomas
Brown, the Democratic nominee. In
Lancaster tho Republicans have put
no candidates in the field, and It Is
not thought that R. O. Norrls, Jr., tho
Democratic candidate for the House
of Delegates from the counties of
Richmond and Lancaster, will have any
opposition at the general election. The
County Democratic Committee of Lan?
caster decided some tw.o months ago
that no nominations should be made
I for county an<i district officers, aatd
that the field should be left open for
a free light, which Is now going on at
a lively rate. There are no contests
for cleric and treasurer, the Incum?
bents having no opposition. The chief
contests are for Commonwealth's at?
torney and commissioner of tho reve?
nue. For the former olllce Frank t>.
Newblll, the Incumbent, baa as his op?
ponent B. Harry Robinson, while
George W. Thompson und Thomas Sar?
gent Brent, Sr., are the opposing can?
didates for commissioner of the reve?
nue. In two of tile three districts of
the county there aro lively contests for
The fourth Monday in October will
be an Interesting day ut Montross, the
county seat of Westmoreland, It being
the first day of the fall term of the
Circuit. Court. Two handsome ;busts,
one of Thomas Jefferson, the other of
Chief Justice John Marshall, will bo
unveiled In the courtroom with im?
pressive ceremonies. The bust of Jef?
ferson, which is made from a portrait
belonging to Thomas Jefferson Cool
idgo, of Harvard University, is a pres?
ent from Bush Wllkins, who will de?
liver the presentation speech, a.nd it
will be accepted by the Hon. William
Mayo, chairman of the Board of Su?
pervisors. The bust of Marshall,
which is a copy of one In Boston
Athenaeum, will be presented by B.
W. Pomeroy, ;and will be accepted by
Wlllinm Dabney Wirt, a grandson of
William Wirt, and a member of the
Westmorelnnd bar. These busts come
from the studio of Caproni, In Boston,
and are real works of art. The wulls
of Westmoreland Courthouse nre filled
with the portraits of the greut men
that this ancient county has produced,
and the courtroom Is now to be en?
riched iby the busts of these two great
Virginians, who, though not born in
the Northern Neck, nre held In venera?
tion by all loyal sons of the Cotnmon
w.ealth. Chief Justice Marshall's fath
? or. Captain Thomas Marshall, was.
I however, a r.ative of Westmoreland.
His Honor Judge Wright, who many
! yeurs ago inaugurated 'he work of
adorning the courtroom of the coun?
ties in his circuit with the portraits
sf the worthies of these counties, has
j Che satisfaction of knowing that the
courtrooms in all the counties of his
circuit :ure now, beautified and adorned
with portraits and tablets that pre?
serve tho features and record tho
deeds of tho men that In days gone by
made the Northern Neck of Virginia
lustrous In the annals of Virginia.
Next month n bust of Washington,
a gift from E. Bruce Squires, will be
unveiled In the courtroom of I^ancas
ter. This bust is modeled after
Houdon's famous statue of Washing?
ton in the Capitol at Richmond. It is
singularly appropriate thr.t u memorial
of Washington should stand in the
courtroom of Lancaster, as his mother
was born -at Epplng Forest, In this
county! seven miles west of this place,
An interesting marrlngo took place
at Liberty Methodist Protestant
Church, in tho lower part of Northum?
berland, last week, when Miss Kuth
orlfie Blackwell, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Black well, became the
bride of T. Edgar Davis, of Rocking
Imm, N. C.
Sabine Hall, tho home of Hon. Rob
ert Carter Wcllford. In Richmond coun?
ty, will be t' e Bcene of a notable wed?
ding next Wednesday, when Miss
Elizabeth Lnndon Wellford, eldest
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wellford,
will bo married to Thomas Norman
Jones, Jr., of the city of Richmond.
Sabine Hnll Is one of the most beau?
tiful and historic homes In the North?
ern Neck of Virginia. It was built in
the early part of the eighteenth cen?
tury by Robert (King) Carter for his
son, Lnndon Carter, and has remained
to this day in tho possession of his
Delegate* to Reunion.
(Special to Tho Times-Dispatch ]
Lynohhurg, Va., October 1;",. ? Rev. T.
M. McCorkle. J. A. Humphries and
James W. Wray have been elected
delegates from the Gkrland-Rodes
Camp, of this city, to the Confederate
reunion to bo hold tWu week In New?
port Nows,
That have the stamp of quality and ex?
Schwarzschild Bros.
Richmond's Lending Jewelers,
Second and Broad Sts.
tSpecial to The Times-Dispatch-]
New York, October 15.?John Orer
Hibben, Ph. D., DD. D., Stuart professor
of logic in Princeton University, In all
probability will be chosen president of
Princeton University by tho trusteeB
of the university when they meet on
Thursday next Just one year ago on
next Thursday Woodrow Wilson re?
signed as president to run for Gover?
Dr. Hibben was graduated from
Princeton University. IJesldes the chair
in tin- university, which he has filled
for atteen years, ho was In tho Pres
byterla nmlnlstry. During the com?
ing winter, ho will deliver a series of
twenty public lectures on ?'The Field
of Philosophical Thought."
[Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
Chicago, October 15.?Clarence 8.
Funk, general manager of tho Inter?
national Harvester Company, protege
of j, Pierpont Morgan, and one of
the men most Intimately connected
with the present Dortmar Investiga?
tion, was made defendant In a
suit for 125,000 damages begun in the
Circuit Court by John Henning.
Henning alleges the alienation ot
affection of his wife, Mrs. Josephin?
Henning. Tho Idontlty of both la
shroudod In mystery.
Attorney Danlol Donohue, who ap?
peared for Henning, said:
"I can say nothing about tha suit
at this time. I cannot toll who Hen?
ning la or where he Uvea; likewise, I
cannot dlscusa Mrs. Henning."
Funk issued a formal statement In
which ho denied that he know either
Henning or his wife, and Intimated
that the suit was a result of his testi?
mony in the Lorimer investigation.
He told of having been constantly
under tho espionage of detectives, and
related also how female decoys, had
trtod to entrap him.
Funk Is married and lives In Oak
City Arrancea Dond.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Lynchhurg, Va., October 16.?The
city government has arranged for the
$8,000 supersede-as bond required to
appeal the suit of John Mitchell
against Dynchburg, In which an Am
herst jury awarded Mitchell $4.000
damages. Mitchell claimed that the
city taking water from Pedlar River
above hl3 flouring mill reduced his
supply for power, and Bued for $5,000.
Invitations Iaaued.
[Spcclnl to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
Dynchburg, Va., October 15.?Cards
have been Issued for the approaching
marrlugo of Miss Ktnokle Dornln,
daughter of Mr. and Mra. William H.
|Dornln, to John Chcatham, the mar?
riage to tako place at their home, 916
Fifth Street, at 4 o'olock on the after?
noon of October 35.
Children Cry
it won't hurt if ou
^1 lake -
for Indigestion
ALhjutd After Dinner Dl(y2itanf
Hopkins Furniture Co.,
7 and 9 West Broad St.
Cheapest Cash or Credit Honte
in the City.
1 dozen Heavy Gold Plated OC
Worth three times the peice Mail
orders. Stamps or coin.
Smith & Webster, Inc.
612 East Main, - - Richmond, Va.
Velvet Satins,
$3.50 and $4
Cole's Hot Blast Heaters
Jones Bros. & Co., Inc.,
1418-1420 East Main Street.
Get Everything Needed
for Comfortable
Traveling at
B. S?muel's
5th and Broad

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