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Personal SOCIETY In Richmond, and Indeed all through Virginia. Is deeply Interested In tin- marriage ?>r Miss Kathleen Cassel, daughter of Judge, and Mrs. Ceorge Edward Cassel, and Arthur Vincent Adamson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lv Adamson, ol Richmond. It will he a very brilliant affair, and a great many very distin? guished guests win be In Rudford for the ceremony, which takes place this evening at "!:'??>) o'clock in Uie Central1 I'resbytei lan Church. Arcn.es of Eng* list] Ivy will decorate the church, and; the chancel will be banked with palms.' (erhs und great bunches of white chrysanthemums. White dowers will be Used on the altar and quantities Of Lighted tapers will De every where. Roy. Harry J. Whltmore will perform the ceremony In the presence ot a large company of relatives und ft lends. Mrs. Lewis 'fugles, ot Roanoke, and' Mrs. E. Lee Trinkle. of Wylhevllle. Will play the wedding marches. Pre-] ceding the- ceremony some exquisite | old airs will be played while the guests are assembling. The bride will enter the church with' her father, who wlii als? give her awuy. Her wedding gown, fashioned] of Ivory satin, is a very handsome at-] fair, and Is made with a court train! The bodice Is trimmed in uucliess lace j and gauze de Sole, with un embroidery of seed pearls Her long tulle veil will be urranged with a coron.-i <>r orange blossoms, and she will > arry a shower bOUquot ut ' Rrlrte roses ano Uli- ? ? (ami v. .' Sou Hall, of New York, a sister of tin groom, will be dame of honor and will wenr a gown of blue charmeuse crepe and curry white chrysautlicihiims. Mlsi Luclle Campbell Cassel and Miss Ann?. Markhatn Cassel, sisters of the bride v. Ill be maids of honor. Ml?s Lucjlc Cassel will wear a quaint llttl" flock of pale pink satin veiled in chiffon he Flour That Uves Universal Satisfaction. RECEPTION Velvet Satins, S3.50 and $4 Fall Opening! showing dainty, new, fashionable styles. K. W. DAB.VMV A COMPANY, _Third and Hronil Streets._ J. B. Mosby & Co. Special sale Oriental Rugs be? gins this morning. "EXCELSIOR" GAS RANGES are sold only by Rothert & Co., TV J5Tflffi^^ * See Our Great New Store and New Stock. Sydnor & Hundley Seventh and Grace ,?IK iAME QUALITY EVERY DAY Monroe 1881. 1 dozen Heavy Gold Plated ?lf" SAFETY PINS . ?DC Worth three limes the peicc Mail orders. Stamps or coin Smith & Webster, Inc. Jewelers?Opticians, 612 East Main, - - Kichrnond, Va. 25 Per Cent. Cash Discount Sale Now On at Hopkins Furniture Co., 7 and 9 West Broad St. Get Everything Needed " for Comfortable Traveling at ROUNTREE'S r*?3 e. broad st tree GIRLS' COATS Grey chinchilla, double breasted, checked lining, full length, sizes 6 to 14 \c;irs; $5.00 values; fl?Q QO special. tj)0??70 ami silver, and Minn Anne Cassel will] wear a frock similar to thai of hei ' Bister's, made In pule bum satin and! veiled in chiffon ami silver. They] both will wear Juliet caps of dewdror Illusion and rosebuds and carry irreal bouquets of La France roses. Thomas Darn Icy Adumsou, of Klchmond; win act as his brother's best man. Mlsi.' Mary Miles, or Marion, und Miss Bessie Elicit, ol Chrlatlansbutg. will hi! bridesmaids. Miss Miles win wear pink chiffon, embroidered In gold, and will carry a bouquet of La France rose*. Holli of the bridesmaids will weal Juilot cajis like those worn by tbe] maids of hoiiqr. The ushers will In-, cluue .Stockton Heth, Henry Clement Tyler. W aller Randall Cassel, or Kasl ? Kadford, and Alexander Barclay Oui gon, of Klchmond. The bride's mother will wear a gown' of anrlcot satin, draped in chiffon, situ embroidered in gold. Mrs. Adamson will wear a gown of black lace. Both Mr, Adamson and his bride be? long lo verj distinguished families ami their wedding is of much interest to society throughout the .State. At rnctlvc Curd i'orl)'. Mis. Lawton CrUlchtield will enter? tain at cards this afternoon at 4 O'clock at her home in ? Unter i'aik. 111 honor ol Miss Lanoon, of Itoanoke Mlsa Landon is spending some time1 licit- us Mrs. Crutchtield's guest. Silier Wedding. invitations have been issued by Mr.' und Mrs. Arthur J. T. Trevvett for ? reception to be given on tne evening of Frldauy. November s. from 7 to i.0:3U o'clock, at their home at Glen Allen; to celebrate their silver wedding an-, nivorsary, Mrs. Trevvett formerly lived in Richmond, and was Miss Ada; dale Broaddus, ot tins city, bet?re her] marriage to Mr. Trevvett. Mr. Trev-i vctt Is also widely related In Virginia,I and is prominently lOentilled with ttie j Virginia Hot Spring! Company, Having been a director at one time, and also with the Chesapeake and Ohio Kali- j way. The reception will be a very brilliant event in society in the State| and many distinguished guests will b? present. Tablet to He l DVelled. L'nder the auspices of the Confeder? ate Memorial and Literary .Society, a | (ablet lo mark tne site of old Llbby I Prison will be unveiled, the ceremon? ies taking place on Monday afternoon at 1 o dock. All arrangements for tho afternoon are In charge of the .Sons ??f Confederate Veterans. Mrs. James D, Werth Is chairman of the sites commit tee. Jllan WlDRfleld ? UebU nute. The list ol debutantes for the se?-| son Is dally growing larger, and the llrst week m November will see some very Interesting entertainments to bei given In their honor. Miss Kleanorl Wlngfield, of iOT West Franklin Street,] ?111 be another young gir1 to make her bow to Richmond society this win? ter. Miss Wlngfield Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Wlngfield, and is very populat with the younger sei here. Entertaining Ilona? l'nrty. Mits Mary K. Thornton, of "Court View," is entertaining informally this week a house party in honor of the K' \ .lames Or.1 miner. l>. D., and Mrs. Gl m.nor, of Winchester. Miss Thorn? tons guests for the week include Mrs. Mar* Green, Mrs. C. K. French. Mrs. W. i.-. s-.ott, Miss Prlsclllo Grammer Scott and Miss Fannie B. Coles, of ? River? side," Halifax county; Mrs. Flournoy Uouldlu and others. Handkerchief 9hower. Miss Kose Worahain, of South Rich? mond, entertained at a handkerchlel shower Monday night In honor of Mlsa Mollle Perdue, whose marriage to Os? car H. Harris will take place on No? vember 8. I Among those present were Misses Perdtie. Nellie .Smith, Julia Walthali, Ora Cook. Phemla Owens. Maltle Walk? er. Vtrgle Roberts, Stella Carnegla, Jamie Toler, Rosa Walthali and Edith Pamer. Mis T. O. Wallace. Mrs. Wil? liam Baughan, Mrs. Maddox, Mrs. Rackett. Mrs. J W. Walthali. Mrs H. J. Perdue. Mrs. C. 11 Perdue, Mrs. Lvcrett Clayton, Mrs N. A. Bailey and Mrs. L. T. Palmer. Headquarters to ue opened. The headquarters of the Equal Suf? frage League of Virginia, at 809 Last Broad Street, will be opened this after? noon from 4 to 6 o'clock. A business and social program Will be begun by Dr. H. C. D. Maclachlan, of the Sev? enth Street Christian Church, with prayer Celebrate Anniversary. Vesterday was the occasion of the fifty-first wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mis. F. C. Brauer, of 2226 Monu? ment Avenue. Many friends called during liie evening to extend then congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Brauer. Uledler?Banks, A very pretty marriage ceremony! was performed Tuesday morning at S o'clock ut the noine of Mr. and Mrs. John II. Hanks, -is South Jefferson Street, when their daughter, Carrie Hague, became the bride of Daniel L? Bicdler. Rev. J .1. Gravatt, rector of Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, was the officiating minister. There were present only a few friends of the- bride and groom. Tlie bride wore, a traveling suit, and carried a bouquet of Bride roses. Mr. and Mrs. Siedler left the city on tin- early morning train via the Atlan? tic Coast Line lo attend a reception by friends tendered them In Peters? burg, then 10 Roanoke, wilere other pleasant incidents await them, and from there lo jo.urney on lo Princeton, W. Va? where they will reside No? vember in. The parents of the brido came to I this country from London, England, in I Hie early eighties, settling in Massa? chusetts, where they lived a few years and removed to this city, where they subsequently made their permanent home. Mr. Biedler formerly lived In Luray, I but has made his home In Richmond j for the past several years. Missionary .society to Meet, The annual enlistment of the Wo? man's Missionary Society of the Firsl Baptist Church will be held this after? noon at 4 o'clock In tho parlors of thuj church. All visitors and strangers | will be welcomed. .Mrs. Wlggln and the Children. By way of return of the many kind nesses shown her by Richmond people, 1 Mrs. Kate Douglas Wlggln delayed nor: departure from the city for another twenty-four hours. Tuesday at 1 o'clock she wont to the. Woman's Col? lege and read a chapter of "Rebecca" 1 to the girls at college there, and again I yesterday morning at U o'clock she] did the same for the 1,200 girls and 1 boys of the High School. Mrs. Wlggln' Htayod In Richmond yciilerday after- I noon solely to please the children, and the reception accorded both her play und her very churmtng self most probably repaid her very fully. Mrs Wlggln has llmlteil her specta? tors to between the oip'k of eight und eighty, and they have most certainly packed the Academy of Music to do her honor for the four performances given in Richmond. After the third act of the play yes- ' terday afternoon. Mrs. Wlggln was llterallv forced Into a very delightful little speech by the enthusiasm of the applause. .She said that all the chit- i dren had heard of Mary's little lamb, j and if Richmond was willing to be the lamb she was more than anxious to plav the part of Mary. A truly very touching feature of the matinee was the%fact that at least thirty children in the audience who knew "Rebecca" went into the author's box to speak to her with their funny little ideas about the propriety of the thing. Mrs. Wlggln is one of the foremost women of letters in America to-day. aside from the fact that she In n most charming and agreeable person to meet, and Richmond has been greatly honored by her presence here. Some one has called her "the childless, mother Of all the motherless children in the world " Alumnae A-,?oclatl"u to Be- Enter? (ntnrd. I Mrs S. H Templeman, president ot i the Alumnae Association of the Wo-[ man's ''?lieg.-, will entertain the sen-: lor class Informally this afternoon, at j 5 o'clock In the college parlors. a business meeting of the associa? tion will be held at 4 o'clock, pieced-j ing the reception. ah members of the; association are urged to be present atj this meeting, as business of Import-! ance will be transacted, Pkllaihea Hallowe'en. The Phllattiea Cluss of Seventh! Street Christian Church gave a Hal- 1 lowe'en party at the residence of Misses Carrie Mn.l Edith Brown, -1 West Clay Street, on Tuesday evening from S to li. Games and contests were Indulged In until a late hour, and a most enjoyable evening wbh spent by all. The parlor and dining-room were] beau -filly decorated to curry out the old-fashion Hallowe'en Eve, nnd th mcrry party of girls and boys strolled to and fro engaging In gsim.-s and con t.jts, forever meeting the witch (Mrs. Theo Schmidt), Who gracefully and bi autlfully acted her part A gypsy camp and candle contest SWOLLEN SO BAD LIFE A BURDEN That is What Lady in Craig Told Her Friend, Who Finally Helped Her to Obtain Relief. Craig, Nebr.?Mrs. Annie Dye, of this j place, says: "I suffered with womanly troubles as onlv those who have sucli trou? bles can know. 1 had backache and bearing down pain?, I and my body and limbs became so swollen that it wa^ only with great difficulty I could get up on my feet. Life had become almost a burden for | nie when a friend recommended Cardui.j the woman's tonic. I began to take Cardiii, and within a ] short time there was a very gicat im? provement. 1 continued its use and the swelling loft my limbs. Now 1 feel like a different person. I am fifty-four tears old and feel as well as any one of my age. Cardui has carried me through some | very serious ailments, without the aid of I a doctor. I would not like to be without it in the house." Cardui is the ideal tonic remedy for women, Its ingredients arc especially adapted for women's needs. It relieves pain, helps weakness, nervousness, drag? ging sensations, headache, backache and similar symptoms of female- trouble. Being a vegetable remedy, Cardui has no ill effects. Cardui acts in a natural way, and is adapted for the use of both young and old. J Get a bottle to-day. N. 13.? iViiU to Ladies' Advisory Dept., Chattanooga Medicine Co.. Chattanooga, Tcnn., for Special lust' uctions and 64-pag, book, ''Home Treatment for Womeen, sent in plain wrapper on request. I Can Cancer Be Cured? IT CAN . The record of the Kellam Hospital Is ?without parallel in history, having cured to stay cured permanently, with? out the use of the knife or X-ray. over 00 per cent, of the many hundreds of Sufferers from cancer which It has treated during the past fifteen years. We have been endorsed by the Senato and Legislature of Virginia. We guar? antee our cures. Physicians treoted free. KELLAM HOSPITAL l r, ? t West Main Street, RICHMOND, ... - VIKGCSiA. MILLER'S No. 4 Mouth Wash Has No Equal. Antiseptic. Purifies. Cleanses. Makes gums hard and healthy. A delightful mouth wash. T. A. MILLER CO., Druggists, 519 E. Broad. , Mad. 31?9. Ilourlv Deliveries. B. Samuel's STITCH DOWNS ON SALE AT ALBERT STEIN'S 5th and Broad Dreyfus & Co* Now skewing complete assort? ments of Early Fall Stils. f.T?N AMERICAN AND ?E17hOP*AN AWUJD*. J-%".T?N AMERICAN AND < Sauer a I w-as given about 11 P. M. as the party entered the dining-room, where an elaborate liullowe'eu feast awaited them. i In and out of Town. Mr. and Mrs. frank McCarthy have] returnud to Richmond, utter a week'l visit to New York. i Mrs. Cornelia Branch Stone, of Gal I veston. Texas, Is stopping at the hont? i of A. T. Ragland. 1510 Grove Avenue. Mrs. Bartlett Rolling, of Charlottes Vllle, la spending several days In tills i clty- I ' Misses Sadie and Waller JeffresD bav.- returned to Richmond, a fiel spending two monihs In Philadelphia and New York. Miss Nellie Talbott, who has b. visiting relatives here, has returned lo her home in Waynesboro. I Miss Margaret Waist rum has return i ed to Roanoke, after visiting friends in Richmond. Mrs. George Barnelt is entertaining a hunting party at Waketleld Manor this week. * Misses Virginia Glhboney and Lind? say Wilson have returned to Wythe \ vllle, after visiting friends here Mrs. Laake has returned to her homi In Birmingham. Ala., afther visiting her sister. Mrs. Robert K. Peyton. Jr. Dr. Dandrldge Payne West, a grad? uate of Tu lane Medical University, now ! on tho stag of Bellevuo Hospital, New York, has received an appointment In] the Children's Hospital inder l>r. Holt ? specialist in children's diseases. ! Miss Lola Mitchell has returned to! Newport News, after a threo weeks' slay in Richmond. Mr. and Mrs Irvln Watkins have re-| turned to their home in Richmond fori the winter. BLOW PROVES FATAL. Apparently Trivial Injur.? Kill? Carpenter at Wllllamahiirg. (Special lo The Tftnes-linipatrh 1 Wllllamsburg, Va.. Noo-mtur 1.-While working on a burn at the WlllUineburg l"-:r.:tl? Institute yesterday morning a piece j of scantling became d:>!.?lK<d. und tn Mit t Ins struck Fr.M K. Graham, a carpenter, ion the head Just behind the ear. rendering ! the you nit man unconscious for a few min? utes, but apparently loll ?? him no ?real ! Injury. Mr Graham was attended b> L)r. J. M. Henderson, who tooK hltn li',>i|. In hi- buggy, advising him t0 rest till to-day. Hi Ad:i? Inio what teemed to D? a natural sieep esterday about 1'.' o'Woix. unu dur? ing (lie nigh: attracted the attention of bib wile by hl? heavy breathing, ailing to arouse him ufitr repealed* efforts Mrs Orabam called In a neighbor und phyal- | elan, but the young man pasaed away about S o'clock thin morning without re-1 gaining consciousness. The blow on Ida head bad produced concussion ol the brain. ' Mr. Graham leavea hia widow and six amall children, besides his rattier, ?. II. Graham, and two brothers, Oeorge and Sam Ui*hjm. The funeral will take place to-morrow afternoon from the residence In i'oior.lul i Place, and will be under the auspir,? of I Hamilton Lodge, I, u. O. F.. or wnica rie I was a charier member. Interment win be' tn Cedar GVove Cemetery. WARWICK SCHOOL TEACHERS EFFECT AN ohga.m/.atioa (.Special to The Times-1 dspa Ich. I Morrison, Va.. November L?The while teachers of Warwick county held a meeting here and organized a branch of Ihe State Teachers' Association. Dla trlct Superintendent of Schools J, S Boatman read a paper In which In pointed out the great progress made li> this county during the two years ol the present administration. He Showed j that the school balances of the count) had Increased II.ITa.ui'. nolwltbstan 1- ? mg the fact that several creditable schoolhouses had been erected and tin pay of teachers In the county as ? ] whole had been Increased. He stated, that a four-room school building con j forming to State plans and. apecltica- i Hons would be erected at Denbigh dur- ' ing the next year, and an effort would be mad" to Improve the conditions ol the colored Schools. Superintendent Eastman touched upon the principal | phases of administration and supervis? ion. The following papers were read by teachers: "Improvement of Teachers -n Service." C. T. Ward; 'The Haliburion Method." Miss Alfce Healy; "Routine Factors In Classroom Management."' Miss Annie E. Smith; "The Advantages and Disadvantages of Offering Prizes," Mrs-. Plory W. Bratlon; "The One-Room School as u Social Centre," Miss Helen Crawford. APPLICATION'S GRANTED BY COMMERCE COMMISSION [Special to The Times-Dispatch.] Washington. D. C. November I.?a num? ber of applications filed by various iall roads in ihr South were granted by the In? terstate Commerce Commission to-day. Tlie Carolina and Northwestern wns given ?he right lo make tarlfT rates whlcn will put Newton nn an equal basts with Char? lotte, Stateavllte, Mooresvtlle and Shelby in the matter of shipping cottonseed pro? ducts. The Norfolk and Western' rras permitted to tlx rates for the transportation of cot? ton towela from Durham, N. C. to ICIlby, Norfolk, KutTelk. Richmond. South filch mond. Petersburg and other Virginia cities, which will afford equitable rights to ship? pers of these producta at Durham. I,n en?furrow. I Special to The Times-Dispatch. 1 Washington, N. <'.. November 1.?a' beau? tiful wedding ceremony was solemnized at the residence of Harvey H. Carrow on Main Street at 7:30 o'clock this morning, when j his daughter. Miss Annip. became the bride [ ol Walter Seymour Green, 0f Portsmouth 1.1nid? Rend* ( ontrari Awordrd. (Special to The Times-Dispatch.] ? Norton. Va., November 1. ?Tbe Board of Supervisors at a meeting held ut Wise to? day awarded a contract for good roa.la building In this county, for which IW.vDO Is being spent. The Roanoke Bridge Com? pany was the successful bidder. Its kid be? ing $2.1.330 for the twenty-six bridges, the work to be completed by May 1, 1912. Spanish War Veterans Orgnnlte. (Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch. ] Suffolk, Va,. November 1.?A camp of Spanish War Veterans was organised here last night with T. O. Palmer as com? mander. The installation iervtcei were conducted by the Fltzhugh Lee Camp, of Norfolk, which came up thirty-five strong An oyster roasi followed on (he batiks of Nuuscmond Itlv<sr. Jonna?llollund. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.] 1 Danville. Va.. November L?Miss, Klizabeth H. Holland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willard W. Holland. and Charles W. Jones, of Logan. W. Va., were married here HiIh evening at 0 o'clock at the home of the bride's parents on Sutherlln Avenue, in the presence of a few relatives. Rev. J. E. ! Hicks, D. D., of the First Baptist I Church, assisted by T. Clnggclt Skin? ner, I). D.. of Roanoke, performing the ceremony. Invitations! Issued. ] I Special to The Tlmeu-Dispatch. I Williamsburg, Va., November 1.?Mrs. j Florence Lucilc Maupln lins sent out 'invitations to the marriage of her : daughter. Miss Katherlne Genva Mau? pln, to John Trafoth Wlitlley, 5f Suf ifolk. The ceremony will take place in the home of tho bride Wednesday af? ternoon, November 15, at 8:30 o'clock. An Approaching; Marriage. [Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.] Suffolk. Va., November 1.?Mr. and Mrs. David Nathaniel Rawls announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Frances Olive, to Dnnlcl Cur? tis Lewis, the ceremony to take place or. Wednesday afternoon, November 15, at 4 o'clock, at their residence, l?J2 ."West Washington Street, Suffolk. f 1 All Linen Initial Hnndkc rchiefs for men, nicely hemstitched six in nice box, tied wit Ii ribbon : per box, 75c j ? f i MANY NOTED MEN PAY LAST TRIBUTE From All Walks of Life. They Come to Attend Funeral of i Mr. Pulitzer. New York. November 1.?The funeral of Jonepii Pulitzer, owner and pub-; lrsher of the New York World and St Louis Post-Dispatch, was held to-dav In St. Thomas Episcopal Church, wnose . rector, the Rev. Ernett M- Stires, con j ducted the -services. The burial was! at Wodlaw n Cemetery. Tribute to the memory of the dead publisher whs marked by the attend? ance ol many noted meu In all walks of life?editors and publishers, bank? ers and men of an'aira who mingled With employes ot the World anu per? sonal tricnus ot Mr, I'Ullfzer. Thou? sands of pel sons lined Fifth Avenue au tne tunoral college passeu. The body of air. Pulitzer, Wlio died S today on baord his yacht Liberty at Charleston, b. C. lay lu state until the tuneral hour at tin family home in Eust Seventy-third Street, where hundreds of intimate friends and busi? ness associates called to pay liie,r re? spects Throughout tne uuy numoiuub expressions 01 Bympuiny were received Uv members ot ah. Pulitzer's family. Among those who bent messages ?i condolence were Clarence tl. Mucixay, I Henry W. VYatteraoij, Whltelaw Held, Charles Warren Fairbanks, Lord I Northeim. . .Melville L\ Stone. Edwarti j L. Pretorlous, editor of the Westlich?' Post, whose futhe-r, Emll Pretorlous, gave Mr. l'ulttzur his llrul employuieni as a newspaper reporter, and numuers oi men in omclal and buuincss life m America and abroad. St. Thomas Church was banked with Moral tributes One llorai offering which stood out in the huge buna at the chancel rail wus a wrcuth in the form ot a life preserver, sent from the I captain and crew of Mr. Pulitzer's yacht, on Which he- spent much ot tne latter part of his life At the church the larger portion ot the pews were reserved for members oi the family, personal friends and em? ployes oi the World. Another por? tion was reserved tor memDers of the Publishers' Association ot New York. I who attended in a body. Honorary ' pall-bearers were Nlcnolas Murray Builer. Louis L. Clark, Colonel George Harvey, General John h. tienoersou, Frederick N. Judson, Seth Low, St [ Clair McKelway, Dr. James W. Mc Lane. George ? L Itives und J, Angus I Snuw. For five minutes at the funeral hour all activity In the otltces ol the New i York World and St. Louis l'osl-Dls I patch was stilled. KAin GREAT SUCCESS. l-'luvnaua County Closes Its Annual i.v poaltlon?bri-nt Crowds AtteDtl. [Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.] Palmyru, Va., November 1.?its last feature a grand ruling tournament, with subseinn-ni crowning of a Queen of Beauty, the l-'luvunuu County Fair dosed this evening. The fair opened Tuesday morning, ant, oh both days I the crowds were the largest in the ; history of the association. The exhlb i us were varied and of an unusually i high grade, those in the tobacej de? partment being equal to the- display at the Richmond State Fair. The ex? hibits of agricultural implements, corn and ftne arts were very attractive. To? day was devoted largely to the ex? hibition of live stock, the best evei seen here. The Boys' Corn Club made a splendid demonstrations of the work II has accomplished. SUPREME COURT hands DOWN FIFTEEN opinions ! (Spe-clul to The Times-Dispatch.] Raleigh, N. C, November 1. The INorth Carolina Supreme Court dispos? ed of fifteen cases on appeal this I weekly deliver) day. The list is at I follows: l Rush vs Harper. New Hanover, no error. Currlo vs. Seaboard Air Line Rail? way, Bladen, new trial. state vs. Jim Leak. Richmond, no error. I Wilkes vs. Miller. Union, no error. Richardson vs Edwards, Union, no error. Currie and McQueen vs. Seabord Ait Line Railway. Moor?-, no error. Austin vs Lewis, Union, action dis? missed. Dorset! vs. Atlantic Coast Line Rail? way. Lee, no error. Sinclair vs. Teal. Anson. reversed. State vs. Rochelle. Durham, no er? ror. Kline VS. Southern Hallway. Ala iii ance, new trial. Acme Cemeni Plaster Company vs. Wooil Fibre Company, fJullford, no error. Warren vs. A. and V. Railway. Guil ford. appeal dismissed. ! Starr vs. Hell Telephone Company, I Gullford, no error. ! Standard Mirror Company vs. Cas? ualty Co., Gull ford, appeal dismissed. Comer-Stone In Laid. [Special to Tim Tlmes-Dlspatch.] Wilmington. N. C., November 1. In the presence of a large assemblage and with Masonic ceremony the corner-atom- of the Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd, which Is now In rourae of erection, corner of Eighth and Queen Street?, was laid thlt afternoon. The ceremony wa* moat Im preaslve nnd marked an Important event in the career of this church, which start.-d nnd.-r humble cotulltlons a few years ago. IteM-ura it Sall<#. [Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.) Wilmington, N. C? November 1.?But for the quick thinking and courage of Horace IX Springer, of Wilmington, a ' big aolll.r off the Standard OH Company's liarge. standard, would have been drownei! ye? terday afternoon. The sailor jumped from the boat to make fast a line and slipped off the Wharf. Half stunned he plung.-it down lntn the Cine, l-'car River between the dock and the barge, Mr. Springer happen i ert to be standing near and Jumped over? turned after the sailor. It,- managed i,. g.m the aemlronselou8 man on the wharf, It wa? a herculean lask, because Mr Springer la u man of llglu wwjht. while the sailor l w?i vftry Urge-. Market Very Active and Trices ? iood at Peters? burg. END OF CONFERENCE YEAR Churches Preparing Their Re? port- for Meeting al Salis? bury. Md. Tlmes-Dlspatch Bureau. 109 North Sycamore Street. Petersburg, Va.. November 1, Receipts of new tobacco arc In-1 creasing each day. Yesterday the Bales wen- 8.000 pounds and to-dav they were 14,000 pounds. The market is active, with buyers anxious to take stock of all grades. Prices range from 10.60 for primings to 113.50 for moBtum Shipping. None oC the tlner grades are yet Icing offered. Pretty Home Wedding. At noon to-day at the residence ol ill-- bride's mother, on Harrison Street, .Miss Bessie Mae, daughter of Mrs Jennie A. Scbenck. was married ti Howard WUlelts Mitchell, of Vine land. N. J The wed llng was a very pretty, though ciulct, home event. Mrs W. King Unvls, of Marmora, was ma? tron of honor. Many friends were present, and the decorations were handsome. The ceremony wus per? formed by the Hev. Oeorge 13. Hooker. ! H. D., of Washington Street Methodist ! Episcopal Church. After the bridal trip Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell will be at home in Vlnelaiid, N. J. Vt Indlna; Up ' ouferenee Year. Tbc Methodist churches are winding up tho affairs of the conference year preparalory to the meeting of the Vir? ginia Conference on the 15th in Salis? bury. Md. Thu churches throughout the Petersburg District will have n good report to make. There are only three necessary pulpit changes lit the district thus made necessary by the expiration of the four-year pastoral I term. One of these la the Hev. J. T. Bosnian, of Market Street Church. In this city, ami the others are on the Brunswick and Mecklenburg circuits. There may be others, howover. An F.xpcnnlvr Job. Bud Perry (negro), who Is alleged! lo have stolen a pistol from Henry Keys (colored). In Dlnwlddle, was lined $50 in the Police Court this morn? ing for the satisfaction he enjoyed in narrylng the weapon about Peters? burg. And when he gets out of Jail ho will be tried for burglary In Dln 1 ividdle. where he Is likely to get a term In the penitentiary. Bud denies j that he committed burglary, and says he won the pistol at a crap gume. Huntameu Out. Scores of Petersburg huntsmen, with dogs ;ind guns, want out lo the woods and fields In thla vicinity this morning after game. Some were suc? cessful and some were not. but all on ioyed the first day's sport of the seu | aon. Personal and Otherwise. Mr. and Mrs. Archibald M. McRao are spending a few days al fficfr Pe? tersburg home on Friend Street. The funeral of the lato Frank S. Blake, who died by his own hands, took place this afternoon from Market Street Methodist episcopal Church. The several Baptist churches in this DIAMOND RINGS Need not be extremely expensive. Let us show you how beautiful a Riti? may be had for little cost. Schwarzschild Bros.. Richmond's Leading Jewelers. Second und Kroad Sts. city will tie represented by their pas- ' tors ami lav delcgutes In the General Association, which meets next week In Norfolk. The body of Mrs. Pattle L. Brown formerly of this city, who died at Wei don. N. C. was brought here for burial to-day. The funeral services Wer? conducted at the Brave In St Joseph's Cemetery by the Rev. Father O'Farrcll. T. A. James, a well-known Sycamore Street .leweler, fell down the cellar steps of his store yesterday, and frac? tured the small bone of hl? lett leg. I J. W. Dowman has been transferred i by the Virginia-North Carolina Cherol- - cal Company from the North Carolina I division, to Petersburg, as Buperln Intendenl He has moved his family to the city, and occupies a residence on Franklin Street. MANY DELEGATES ATTEND. Woman's Missionary t'nlnn In Srhalon at WUUuuiaburg. (Special to The Tlmns-Dlsaatch. ] Wllllamsburg. Va., November 1.--A large I number of delegates ar?1 her-: attending the seventh annual meeting or ihe Woman's Missionar) Union ?: the Synod of Virginia. I the sessions of which are being held In tin ! auditorium <>'? ih< WtUiamsburg Femalf i Institute. After the communion service, conducted by the Rev. ft. L. Walton, tin opi nlng address, a brilliant effort. wni madi last r.i<lu by the llcv. E. T. Wellford D. D? of Newport News. Ths morning session opened at S:13 with . devotional service, led by Mrs. J. C. Stew art. The address of welcome was deliv? ered l>> Mrs. Robert Dc Jarnette. and th? response by Mrs. Howard S. Itced. Tha rest of the morning was taken up with ro ports of committees and other business, closing with an address liv Mrs. J. I.. ,l!-.itt|r. -story of the Jubilee." ? Tlic devollon.il service at the afternoon session ?as lod by Mr.-, sallle McConnlck, i followed by the syondical report. "The T. I W. U. A. as a Missionary Knetor" was th? I subject of on sddress by Miss Jean Faxton. j This was followed by sliort talks on vital subjects by Mrs. D. K. Waithall, Mis. O. A. Wilson. Mrs. A. M. Rowlson, Miss Ellzn ! 1-etli Dcnhsm and Miss Emily SVInn. Miss I eittt- - Uozsrth. of Wllliauisuurg. sang a , beautiful solo, whteh was followed by s .nteer meeting, conducted by Miss Den ; tiam. The afternoon session closed with an address by Secretary Vtrkray. The speakers ut to-nlglu's session wer? Mr. Vlritrey. secretary of the Missionary Education Movement, and W. c. Smith, idltor at the Missionary Survey. Two sessions will be held to-morrow? morning and afternoon, closing to-morrow n:ght with an address hy th? Rev. B. C. Patterson, ol Souclilen, chins. DELEGATES ARK ELECTED. - Chosen by Eastern Vlralnlnn Chrlstlas Conference, [Special to The Times-Dispatch.J Suffolk, Va., November 1.?At to? day's session of the Eastern Virginian Christian Conference, the following; ministerial delegates to the Southern Christian Convention were elected' Revs. W. D. Uarwood, J. P. Barnett, \V W. Staley, C. M. Rowland, R. H. Peel N. G. Newman. I. W, Johnson. C. C Jones. A. M. Hansom. J. W. Harrell Harrison H. Butler, M. W. Butler. D. A Keys, J. T. Kitchen and J. M. Roberts. State Senator-elect J. West this af? ternoon made the report on ome Mis? sions which curries financial appro? priations to mission churches In Ports? mouth and South Norfolk. Dr. J. O. Atkinson, of Elon College, N. C preached to-night. A sermon will be delivered to-morrow night by Rev. A.1 W. Llchtbourne. of Dover, N. C. Among the notable tlgures In the convention was Dr. Thomas H. Barnes, the aged former State Senator anil con? stitution builder. NOTICE ! TO THE PUBLIC ! It has been drawn to our attention i that a certain baker in Richmond is supplying dealers with imitation TIP !TOP BREAD. I Upon investigation we find that some I dealers are selling and representing the same to be TIP-TOP BREAD. As these loaves do not bear the Red, White and Blue label they are not genuine. . We mean to protect our customers against any infringement upon the TIP? TOP label in any manner whatsoever. In order to secure the genuine TIP? TOP BREAD, insist upon the Red, White and Blue label being attached to the loaf. TIP-TOP BREAD retails everywhere at 5 cents a loaf NOLDE BROS. Phone 1040 2512 East Broad St.