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(See window display.) Good quality serge, with black and white stripe sailor collar and wide side effect revers, and trimmed with buttons. A smart stylish Dress, worth fully S10.00; special fl?7 QQ to-day. ?D f .17 O Social and j Personal INVITATIONS have been received n Richmond from R. Walton Moore tor th? marriage oi lila niece, Miss Mary Le Grand Donohoo, lo Fairfax sheilj McCandllbh, the ceremony to take place on Wednesday evening, No vember b, at hall-after 7 o'clock. In the Zlon Eplscopul Church at Fairfax. a large reception will follow the cere? mony. Mlua Donuhuc has several times visited lit the city, and has been much ax] ml red in Richmond society. Her Wjpdding next month Will be a very mi.an affair, und a number oi Rich? mond people will go to Fairfax for the ceremony und reception following. Jn llnltlniorc. Mrs. William L Koyull has Eon' to JH'iltlmore, where ghc will spend sev? eral days is the gucut of Mrs. A. Rob? inson \\ hlto, of Kuluy. Monday Mia. Royell will leave tor Trenton, N, J., where ehe wjll visit her daughter, Mrs. Barker O. Hamlll, for some time, going later to New York 'before returning to Richmond. Miss Emily Royall, who has been visiting the Misses White at Relay, will spend the week-end with Miss Kathcrlne Kache-s at the home of her aunt, Mrs. John H. Wight. Miss Royal! wjll return to her home, on West Franklin Street, next week. Of Interest Here. The marriage of Miss Emma Jean Phillip? and Ronal.j Wallace Gauld occurred at 10 o'clock Tuesday morning. October 10, at the home of the bride's lister, Mrs. Joh|i A. Robertson. In Birre, Vermont, only a few of the frl<-nds ur.d the relatives being pres? ent. The bridal couple were not at? tended, and Rev. J. W. Burnett, of the f'ongregutlonnl Church, was the ofll < intlng clergyman. Following the cere? mony, a wedding luncheon was served, and Mr. an<j Mrs. Gauld left for a The Flour That Gives Universal Satisfaction. Visit Our Tailoring Department See the special design Bed? room Suit in our east window, ?L-MATlBON <v:M> 1 IVO .-EAST BltoAtV i T Go to Chasie Trafieri for pure Oil. Mat1. 4202. '.00 W Ma..- s; "EXCELSIOR" GAS RANGES are sold only by Rothert & Co., ilAV'li YOU SEEN THE New Method Gas Ranges AT Pet tit & Ca.V Dreyfus & Co. Now showing complete assess? ments of Early Fall Suits Cole's Hot Blast Heaters ?AT? Jones Bros. & Co., Inc., 1418-1420 East Main Street. Ask Grocers, Druggists Dealers lor FOMPEIAN LUCCA OLIVE OIL Genuine?Pure?Healtnlul wedding trip to Richmond, which was formerly tho home (if the bride. They expect to reside in Bui re. Roth the brldo and the groom are well known in Harre, the former being u musician of much ability, and being : S vocalist w.ho has often been heard In Barre and vicinity with much pleas? ure. She has been very prominent In the music circles of tho city, and for Some time has directed the music of the Presbyterian Church. Shu Is the daughter of Mrs. Catherine Phillips. The weeding Is of much Interest In Richmond, where both the t>rlde and groom hnve a wide circle of friends and relatives. Mr. Oautd Is In tho In surance business, connected with the Phoenix Mutual Company, ami with his! bride la .a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jam?? Phillips at 1320 West Cary Street. They are accompanied by their mother, Mrs. Catherine Phillips. l'rrtty Rome Wedding. A very pretty wedding was celobrat-! ed Tuesday afternoon at 5:30 o'clock' :,i the residence >>r the bride, 127 South Pine Street, when Miss Amelia II Os? wald, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Oswald, was married to Oeorgu W. Tinner, son of Mrs. Martha Turner. Dr. j Janus II. Moss performed the ceremony und the parlors were decorated In tall palms and ferns with white (lowers banking tho mantels. Miss Ethel Brad-| shaw, who wore a gown of bine mos-! saline, played Mendelssohn's "Wedding March" and the "Rosary." Tlte bride entered with her father,! who ulso gave her away. She wore a! handsome tailored suit of blue broad-1 cloth with hat and gloves to match, | and carried a bouquet of Bride roses and ferns. She- whs attended by two maids of honor, Miss Jessie Ham and i Miss Elizabeth Briiwder. They wore (rocks of pale yellow satin with pearl bands In their hair, and curried arm! bouquets <>t white chrsyanthemums. 1 Randolph Saundera was the groom's! best man, and the ushers Included ('evil! Billiard and Charles Purdy. Mr. and Mrs. Turner left immediately alter the ceremony fur a Northern tour, by boat. Some Of th< guests noted at the wedding were: Mrs. I". L Partcilo, gowned In black and white marquisette over black satin, diamond ornaments; Mrs. K. W. Mclntlre. In blue marquis-< ette over satin, diamond ornaments,, both of Washington; Miss Lillian Good? rich. In pule blue silk with crystal trimmings, of Frederlcksburg. The, bride's mother was handsomely gown-j od In black marquisette made ovcrl black satin. i'hrnrkninrlnn'a Gueata. Miss Ha/el Davis, of Boise, Idaho, who has been the guest of Miss Lucy Throckmorton, at Gintcr Park, for sev. era! weeks past, has returned to her home. l<r. and Mrs. II. U Collier, who mo? tored from Norfolk to Rlrhmond last week, returned t<, their home yester-i day. Miss Throckmorton a<-> ompanlcd them and will be their guest for the' remainder of this week. \ Isltors Kntertnlnrd. Some very handsome f>nt?rtain.ng has been done here this weok In honor of the visitors In the city In connection with the Atlantic Deeper Waterways convention now In session here. Mrs William Hodges Maun received In the . executive Mansion yesterday morning at 11 o'clock, in honor of the visitors, and u large reception was given at the 1 Country flub of Virginia In the after , noon. The guests were conveyed to the clubhouse In a number of automo? biles, and the club was prettily decorat? ed In fall flowers for the occasion. The reception committee includes Mrs. , Christian Clarke. Mrs. D. C. Rlchard ; son, Mrs. Herbert Jackson. Mrs. Julien Blnford. Mrs. John Taylor. Mrs. Allen Chambers. Mrs. .lames Sharp, Miss Amy Werth. Miss Geline Mc cDonuld and Mlsa Mary Shelton. Receiving at the Country Club re? ception yesterday afternoon were Mrs. Arthur P. Wilmer, Mrs. R. C Arrlngton.1 Mrs Philip Powers. Mrs. Fred Pleas-j ants. Mrs. George Warren. Mrs. Horace iiawes, Mrs W. T. Reed, Mrs. Coleman Worthnrn. Mrs. Warren and Mrs. Wortham served punch Attractive rirldge I'urty. Mrs. William and Miss Rankin en? tertained at bridge whist at their homo. "Fall Oaks." In Albemarle coun? ty, on Tuesday. The house was decorat? ed with roses, cosmos and dahlias, ami luncheon was served at small tables i after tho game. The first prizes were won by Miss Ingersoll and Harry Maun. Some of the guesta ?, i -?r_-.i were Mr. and Mrs. George Austin. Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Home. Mr. and Mrs. K. D. Chris-j lIan, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Crawford, Mr.! and Mrs. George B. Houghton, Mr. and Mrs. 12. G. Craig, Mr. and Mrs. Slialto Douglas. Mrs. Bloom. Mrs. Chapman, Mrs. Towaon, Miss Maine and Mr. Houghton, of Chicago. Married In Washington, Jeter H. Francis and Miss Margare* Loutse Garrett'. both of this city, were married In Washington on Tuesday, October 17. Mr. and Mrs. Francis were accompanied to Washington by the! former's brother and Miss Wiseman, a! friend of the bride. After an extended' wedding trip. Mr. and Mrs. Francis will 1 make their home at 917 West Main I Street. Bnrlelte-FnrlM. I The wedding of Miss Lillian Brown Paris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Paris, to Karl Barjetto was celebrated on Wednesday, October IS, at Pleasant Grove Methodist Church, the Rev, s. H Love performing the ceremony. The church was decorated in white flow? ers and palms, and Mrs. Pearle Pass more directed the music. j The bride wore a blue cloth travel? ing suit, with hut und gloves of the sume shade, and was attended by her shiter. Miss Hertha Paris, and Miss Lticie Paris, as maids of honor. The groomsmen were Ray C. Paris, broth? er of the brode, ami George T. Barle tie,1 brother of the groom. Misses Florence Furls, Nolle Passmore, Grace Love, Lizzie Hell and Annie Mae Farts' were j the bridesmaids. The ushers Incluncdi Everett Smith, j. Corbelte Love. Luctia Hell. Hugh Furls and Floyd Edwards. Among tho wedding guests were Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Winn. of Kcysville; Mr and Mrs. E. P. Wallace, of Meherrin; Miss Lottie Mae Hurt, of Richmond; W. T. Passmore, II. C. Love and Mr. and Mrs. .lohn Sias ton. of Kcysville. Immediately after the ceremony Mr. und Mrs. Barlotte led for their home In North Emporla. In and Out of Town. Dr. and Mrs. George Ben Johnston have returned to Richmond, after a motor trip through the States of New York and Massachusetts. Miss Daphne C?chrap, of Emporla, is the guest of Mrs. .1. B. Lipscomb, at, L'L".'u i IrOVe A venue. Mrs. W. S. i'opoland, of Newport News. Is the guest of Mrs. William Hodges Mann, In the Executive Man? sion. Miss (H'tiie New. of this city, at? tended tho Bornm-Tiiylor wedding, i w hich took place Wednesday morning | in Norfolk. I Mrs. T. O. Llnthlcnm, of Fredorlcka burg. Is spending some time wlt'n rela? tives in this city. i Miss Adklns, of Richmond, Is visit- ' f?- 1 ! Men's Underwear, good quality fleece lined, 50c. Fine derby ribbed, per garment, 50c. Grey Half Wool Un? derwear, worth SI.00 per garment; our price, 75c. V J ng Mrs. Douglas lluntly Go-don at The Orchards, her country hurno. Mss Mildred Foster, of Alexandria, who was one of Uic bridesmaids at the Jones-Wellford wedding Wednes? day, Is visiting friends here. John Skelton Williams has returned Richmond; after spending a few ?lays In Baltimore. Mrs. Harry Fraxler Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. K. A. Miller, In StaUn ton, and will later go to Norfolk to be the guest of Mrs. Lloy 1 Freeman. MISS. Margert Purcell has returned to her home In Richmond, after a short visit to Miss .lane McKennle. Joseph C. Whitney, of Baltimore, is spending several days In this city as the guest of friends. Mrs. Arista H?ge and Miss Bessie H?ge, of staunton, are In Richmond for several days. Misses Amy and Margaret Pitts have returned to their home at Klk f f t II. after a visit to Mrs Wren, at 3213 Grove Avenue. ..iss Landon Harrison, who has been In Richmond for several days t.ils week, has returned to her home In Danville. ATTEMPT TO FORD RIVER IS FATAL Son of Apple Grower Swept to Death by Treacherous Current. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.1 Winchester, Va.. October 13.?Instead >f crossing the Capon River at Capon Bridge, Hampshire county, yesterday .vlth a wagon loaded with 13.r> barrels, .mended for a fruit grower in another iectlon of the county, Romanus Farm? er, twenty-six years old, and son of John Farmer, attempted to ford the river several hundred yards above the bridge and take a shorter route, and a doing so a treacherous undercurrent (Wept him to death. Rains the nirfht before had turned the river Into a rug .ng torrent Large bodies of men have been drag? ging i-he river all day, but his body had not been found up to a late hour to-night. Three mules broke loose from the wagon and escaped, but the horse Farmer was riding was drowned. Its body was found this afternoon six miles below Capon Bridge. Barrels floating down the river gave the tirst Intimation of the tragedy. Imitations Issued. [Special to The Tlmes-I)lspatch.l 1 redcrlcksburg, Vs., October 19.? Curds are out for the marriage of John Koble Barber, son of Rev. and Mrs. H. H. Barber, of this city, to Miss Edith Clare Arundel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred W. Arundel. of PlttS burg, The ceremony will take place at Trinity Episcopal Church. In PlttS burg, Thursday, November ut S P. M. They will reside in Plttsburg. Mrs. James Morrison, of Spotsylvanla county, has Issued invitations for the marriage of her niece. Miss Ullle East burn, to Edward Mason, both of Spot? sylvanla . county. The ceremony will iak.- place at Tabernacle Methodist Church, in that county, Wednesday, October '..'.th. Wbnrton?Morrl?. (Si e. ial to The Ttmes-Dlspa tch.] Chatham, Va.. October 19.?A pretty wedding was celebrated at the home ,?!" Mrs. N. Morris Wednesday evening at 7:"'> o'clock, when her da tighter. Miss Stella, became the bride of Cleve? land Wharton, of Culpeper. Rev. T. R. Sanford officiating. Miss Veva Morris, sister of the bride, was maid of honor, and Archer Hooper, of Reldsvllle, best man. Other attendants were Miss Ida Patterson, with Alonsa Hardy, and Miss Martha Pigg, wltih. Herman Hedrlck. Immediately following the ceremony a supper was served. It ticker?Jone?. ! Special to The Times-Dispatch.] Concord. Va., October 19.?At the h tine of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mr?. Boiling Jones, yesterday after? noon at H o'clock. Miss Annie Marie Jones became the bride of Allen M. Rucker, of Lynchburg. The ceremony was performed by Rev. 3. M. W. Elder, assisted by Rev. D. P. Rogers. John Rucker, brother of the groom, was' best man. Miss Grace Jones, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. Immediately after the ceremony the bridal party left by auto for I.ynch btirg. Destroyed by Fire. I Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.] Peach Rot torn. Va., October 19?John H, Douglas had the misfortune to have his house and its entire contents de? stroyed lnst Friday afternoon by fire. There was no one at the house at the time, antl the origin of the fire Is not known. There was no Insurance on the building. Fnrnicr ProiiM Hend. fSpeclal to Tiie Tlmes-Dlana tch.] Lvnchburg, Va . October 1!*.?Joseph A. Furnier, aged thirty-four years, a farmer living near Rococks, dropped dead to-day at a grocery store, where he had iust sold n load of wood. The city coroner decided that no inquest was necessary. Farmer was unmar? ried. ? . . Neuro Sentenrert for Murder. [ Special to The Times-] >isp;i tch.) I.eesburg. Va.. October 19.?Sam ITo gan, colored. In o fight over the posses? sion of .*i razor, shot and killed Will Cook, also colored at Sterling, on May I I. He. wns Indicted by the grnnd Jury at- the June term nf court, was tried yostaA*dAV, plenrits] guilty, mid was ventenced to fifteen years In the peni ton.Uarjr. SYNOD WILL MEET! IN WINCHESTER Opening Sermon Will Be Preached by the Moderator, Dr. Russell Cecil. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.] Winchester, Va , October 19.?The first annual session of the Presbyterian Synod of Virg-lnla to be held in Win? chester In twenty-two years will bo convened next Tuesday evening In the Presbyterian church, of which Rev. J. H. Lacy, U. D., Is pastor. Homes are now being secure^ for about 300 min? isters atid elders, who will come from nil parts of the synod, which embraces the States of Virginia, Eastern West Virginia, .Southern Maryland, several churches In the city of Baltimore, and the District of ColumlJla, Including Washington city. The opening sermon will be preached by tin.' present moderator. Rev. Russell Cecil. I). I?., of Richmond, immediately after which officers will be elected for the ensuing year, an,j the umial or? ganization effected. The meeting will last until the fol? lowing Saturday, and many of the min? isters will remain in Winchester over Sunday and occupy the pulpits of other churches In addition to a vast deal of routine business to be transacted, the synod will consider other matters of Import? ance to the church. The foreign mission worit will be presented by Rev. B. W. Smith. D. ?., formerly of Louisville, Ky.. butt now: ? >f N.shvllle. Tenn.; the cause of edu? cation by Rev. Henry M. Sweets. D. D... of Nashville, and the Bible cause by Rev. M. B. 1'orter. of Richmond. Cither distinguished clergymen from varlouH sections of the South will be here to address the meetings of the synod. Beale?Landes. (Special to The Tltnes-Oispalch. 1 Charlottesvllle, Vow, October 1!>.? Byron S. Heale and Miss Itosa !,andcs. of North Garden, this county, came to Charlottesvllle lost evening and were married at the parsonage of the Klrst Methodist Church. the Rev. Gllby C. Kelly, j). d., performing the ceremony. Tho bride ins attended by her sister, while the groom's brother acted as crest man. Mr. and Mrs. Beale will make their home at Mitchells. MRS. SCOTT WELL AGAIN Good News from Martin Tells of Timely Recovery. Details Regarding the Case. Martin, 'Venn.?Mrs. Gennic Scott, of this city, says: "For years 1 was troubled j more or less with womanly troubles. I Sometimes I would have shortness of ! breath ami smothering spells. I tried several doctors, but they only gave mc leinporary relief. At last I tried Cardui, the woman's tonic, and found it to be the medicine suiting my case. 1 was quickly relieved by it, and now. for the first time in years 1 am very well and enjoy good health. I praise Cardui for thc?c good results. I recommend the medicine to my friends because I know it is good, safe and reli? able. It helped nie wonderfully, and I can truthfully say that f'ardui is the best medicine 1 have ever taken." lie sure thai Cardui, the woman's tonic, will bring you help if you will use it regu? larly and for a reasonable length of time. You know you ran depend on Cardui, because you have read of so many who arc enthusiastic in its praise. Cardui has stood the test of time, the supreme test of merit. Cardui is successful. It has been found to relieve womanly pain and build up womanly strength. Try Cardui. It will help you. N. P.? Write 10 Ladies' Advisory Dept.. I Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga, i Tenn.. for Special Instructions and 64-pagc book, "Home Treatment for Women," sent in plain wrapper on request. Our Profit Sharing A coupon given with a 5c shine will be received as cash when presented in payment for shoes and stockings. 20 Good For $1.00 Third and Broad. J. B. Mosby & Co. "Just for Friday" Specials To-Day. SPECIAL 5ALE OF Blankets and Comforts Sutherland & Cherry, Inc. 410 East Broad Street. Shoe RECEPTION Velvet Satins, $3.50 and $4 Dr. Lyon's PERFECT Tooth Powder Used by people of refine? ment in every part of the world where the use of the tooth-brush is known, tor Almost Half a Century. WOMAN FATALLY INJURED IN FALL Mrs. Showalter Dies at Hospi? tal?John Patterson Meets Tragic Death. [Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.] Staunton, Vn., October 10,?On 'lues-, ?lay Mrs. John W. Showalter, of this city, suffered injur es In a fall, from which she tiled later at the King's Daughters' Hospital, utter an operu tlon hud been performed to try to save her life. No one knows Just how the accident occurred. Mrs. Shownller was an ac? tive member of the l.'nlte I Un ihren Church, and the day of the accident she was helping the family of her pas? tor. Dev. fieorge \V. Stover, to move. They found her at the foot ol the cel? lar steps .lying unconscious, and later it was seen that she hud fractured no.' skull. Whether she swooned and fell, striking Iff head or inl.-took the open 'ng to the cellar and tumbled down the stairs. Is not known, as no one else happened to be In that part of the house at the time. She was discovered within a tew minutes after the acci? dent. She was the daughter of the lata Klijah and Susan Lee, of Buetiu, and is survived hy her husband and one daughter. Annie H. Showalter. She was a sister of John S. Dec, member of the Common Council, and was fifty five years of age. An interesting personage In the Sate, for many years a resident of Staunton. bus left here for Vlcksburg. Miss., where he will tuko charge <>.' lit'- Nutlonul Cemetery as superintend ? nt. in the person of John W. Bodlcy. Mr. IJodley was formerly a wealthy man, who moved the Budloy Wagor. Works from Wheeling. W. Va.. his na? tive town, to Stauntun In the boom duys In 1SD1, und ran It here success? fully for ten or twelve years, when he was Induced to movo the plunt to Memphis, the move costing him his fortune. Mr. Bodlcy was a red-hot Prohibitionist, .?nd spent thousand:, of dollars to advunce the cause in Vir? ginia, running for the State Senate gainst lion. Edward Bohols a number o, years ago, and coming near being elected in the warmest campaign ever conducted In Augusta county in the memory of the present day Inhabitants. Mr. Bodley was a veteran of the Union j Army, who has tho good will of all i Confederates and of the whole coin j iiiunil} In fact, as personallv he is ? highly esteemed here, and all the lead | ing citizens of Staunton supported him I in his effort to secure a position under the government. Joseph P. Ast. first lieutenant of the Staunton Rifles, has been made adju? tant of the Third Regiment of Virginia Infantry, and In his place us first lieu? tenant. John D, White, a young mem? ber of the Stuunton bar, has'been elected by the company. Mr. White l< a graduate of the law school of the University of Virginia, son of the late Meade 1\ While, one of the leading lowyers of this part of the State. John Patterson, son of John L. Pat? terson, of llumston, Augusta county, met a tragic death on last Saturday night, when he fell from a window at Paducah. Ky. lie went to his office on i the fourth lloor of a building to use the telephone, which was near the j window, and It is supposed he stumbled and fell out tho window. Me curried the receiver "f the telephone with him, I und it was found in his hand when he j was picked up unconscious, dying four ] hours later. In Ills fall lie struck a j negro who w as passing by, and so great was the force with which he j struck the negro thai It dislocated the negro's shoulder. I The body reached Stnunton yester ! day on Its way t'i HarrlStOn for burial. Th<- voting man was a graduate of the Augusta Military Academy, at Port Defiance, and of William and Mary 1 College, lie hnd gone to Paducah in September to form a partner f.lp with ! u college friend to practice law. judge cummings nambi?. Will Oppose Senntor A. T. Lincoln. Re 1 poiiMean. In Approaching election. (Special to The Times-Dispatch.1 j Bristol. Va., October 1??Legislative I candidates in Washington and Smyth I counties am) Bristol are now quite ac 1 tlve. Chief interest centres in the con? n-si for Senator In the First Virginia District. Senator A. T. Lincoln. Rc | publican, has been elected twice in succession, hut the Democrats are mak? ing a hard effort to defeat him. The ; Democrats nominated Judge David ] Campbell Cuminjngs, believing that his popularity in Washington county will he sufficient to turn the tide and win for the Democrats, Local Democrats express tho belief that Mr. Lincoln cannot hope to overcome the majori? ties that Rrlstol ami Washington county will give Mr. Cummlngs by any majority that Smyth county may give Mr Lin oin. in Washington county ami Bristol Rev. B. C. Buck und John Itoberts. Democrats, arc opposing A. Gray Gllmer and W. R. Kestner. Re? publicans, for the House of Delegates, und this also promises to be a warm contest. Ilrtlmnn?Dish num. [Special to The Tlmrs-Dlspa.teh.1 Frederlckfiburg, Va.. October 19.? 'John If. Redman and Miss S. Blanche I Dlshman. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. I W. Dlshman. of King George county. Were married yesterday at the resi? dence. In King George county, of new J, II. N'ewhlll. w,ho performed ?th<> ceremony. Mr. un<| Mrs. Redman left fur i Northern bridal trip. colon hi, ASTon am? union spend DAv in MHtFOI.fi (Sneclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch,1 Norfolk. Va., ? I,-toiler 19.-The white Steam yacht Nomn arrived here to-day with Colonel John Jacob Astor und bride. They enme from Bermuda, and after nntomoblltng over the city thej left for New York, going by way of the New Vorlt, Philadelphia nntf Nor? folk Railroad. The yacht will l?iaye for New York tn-morrow. Colonel Astor was In the very heilt of humor. He Wild he encountered some rough wuutliur between Norfolk and, JJuiinu?a. VIRGINIA GIRL SHOT BY SUITOR Josephine Ameling Refuses to Wed and Is Perhaps Fatally Wounded. HER ASSAILANT ESCAPES Posse Searches Woods for Murderous Wooer, but Fails to Find Him. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.] Baltimore. Md , October 13.?lose phlno Amol Ins, a pretty lifteen-year <>ld girl, who formerly lived in Essex county, Virginia, refused to wed Gus? tavo Kruger. a machinist, and the re t< 1 suitor, after declaring that she should not wed another, fired throe bul? lets Into the body of tho young wo? man. Hovering between life and death, the girl was rushed to St. Joseph's Hospital, where slim hope is entertain? ed for her recovery. Kruger made his escape, and at a late hour to-night no traco of him had been found. The shooting occurred near Bragor Station, on an electric line a.| few miles from Baltimore, this evening.) I ii. injured .vornan was attacked on a I road not far from her home, while she was carrying dinner to her brother. Kruger. after several visits to the home of tho Amelings, became en? amored of Josephine, and 'he was an ardent wooer. Miss Ameling, however, cared little for Krugor. To-day Kru? ger went to Br?gels Station, knowing this Miss Ameling usually curried din? ner to her brother. He did not have to wait long, for shortly before noon Miss Ameling came along humming a tune ?Sho was suddenly confronted by Kruger, who Jumped from a clump of bushes, but the young womun did not lose tier nerve. Kruger, it is said, de? manded that Miss Ameling elope to, Baltimore with him without delay. The young woman laughed at the idea and told Kruger that she did not love him. Angered by the girl's re fusal, Kruger drew a pistol and 11 red point-blank at his victim. Kour shots were Hred and three of the bullets ?.it their human mark. The young wo innn fell to the roadside, while her as? sailant made his escape. Despite the fact that three bullets struck her In the face and head. Miss Ameling re? tained consciousness and told the au? thorities the Identity of her assailant. A posse searched the woods for Kru? ger, but lie was not found. One of the. bullets penetrated Miss Amellng's left temple. GOODK DEBATING SOCIETY ORGANIZED BY LAW CLASS (Special to The Times-Dispatch. 1 Lexington, Va;, October 13.?The se? nior law class of Washington and Leo University to-day reorganized the | Goode LaW Debating Society. The or? ganisation is named after John Goode. ' Jr.. of Norfolk, a distinguished mern ! her of the Confederate Congress and ] Solicitor-General of tho t.'nlted Stales, j The questions debated are tho more mooted points of tho law: the objects I of the society being to encourage I thought and work among legal lines, Wedding Gifts The kind that stand out aiming tho others and are recognized for their ele? gance and good taste. Schwarzschild Bros. Richmond's Leading Jewelers, Second and Broad Sts. as woll as to acoustom the men to speaking. Good results were obtained last year, and the attendance at the weekly meet? ings throughout the session was ex? cellent. The following officers were elected: W. H. Mann, Jr., of Richmond, presi? dent: H. Baumgardner, cut Bristol, Tenn., vice-president; R. M. DeSha/.o, of Virginia, secretary and treasurer. J. P. Itohson. of Kentucky; G. P. Pyle. of Pennsylvania, and A. H. Hopkins, of Virginia, wore chosen as a commit? tee to draw up the fVrst question and the constitution. SBKKS TO RAISE ENDOWMENT F?R EMORY AND HENRY COLLEGE [Speolal to The Tlme,s-Dispatc.h.l Bristol. Va.. October 19.?The Rev. 8. B. Vaught, who recently resigned as pastor of Muncey Memorial Methodist Church at Johnson City, to accept tho financial agency of Emory and Henry College, the historic Methodist school at Emory, has Just begun the task of securing an endowment of $500,000 for that school. He Is confident that ho will be able to accomplish the work. That school was recently provided with new buildings at a. cost of $100. 000, the money having heen raised through the Rev. J. O. Straley, now presiding elder of tho Tazewell Dis? trict, Holsten Conference Serpell?Watklns. [Special to The Times-Dispatch. J Norfolk, Va., October la.?Announce? ment has just been maiio of the en? gagement of Miss Susun Watklus, tliu latnous portrait painter of New York, to GoldsOoro Serpell, president of the Seaboard Bank, the wedding to tako place early in 191- In New York. Mr. j herpell and Miss Watklns ha\e been acquainted several years. They have been together frequently both in New I York and In Europe, where some of her best paintings have been executed. [ Mr. Serpell will build a home In Nor I tolk, w here he will continue to re? side. HOUSE DIES FROM FRIGHT CAUSED ?V SEEING ALTO [Special to The Timas-Dispalch.] Bristol, Va., October 19.?CllllhowlO, in Srnyt'ii county, aiTords a striking exiimplo of a horse dying from fright. Tho handsome buggy horse of a Mrs. Wolfe, of Smyth county, dropped dead from fright at the sight of an auto? mobile, driven by L 11. Bonham. Tho animal had never seen an aulornobllo before, and when it approached tho horse shied to one side, then with ft shudder, which shook its entire frame, fell dead. Mrs. Wolfe and her soil were in the buggy, and were on their way to Chllhowlc. Dr. Alderman Will Speak, I Special to The TImcs-Dlsputch. 1 ; Charlottesvllle, Va? October in.? I'resilient F.dwin A. Alderman, of thn University of Virginia, will speak at . the memorial services to be held lit ? honor of the late Edward M. Shepartl in the hall of the College of tho City i of New York on October 2S. Mayor Gaynor will preside, und among (ho other speakers will be Francis Lyndo istc ison und Judge Willard Bartlutt. Blot Out the Memory of breakfast spoiled by poor cooking?bread with poor leavening ? muffins that didn't stand up as they "orter." USE GOOD LUCK This Baking Powder with its high leavening power is a mighty aid to better cooking. At your grocer's. The Southern Manufacturing Co* Richmond, Va. Elegant Wedding Gifts The Nowlan Company, 921 East Main Street, beg to announce that their selection of Elegant Gifts in Fine Gold and Sterling Silver for this season is more extensive and complete than ever before, and when quality is considered their prices are the lowest. % M OF BOTH LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S CLOTHING at short notice ONE OF OUR SPECIALTIES. Mrs. A. J. Pyle 315 North Fifth Street, .... Richmond, Va.