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Player
Pianos
A discount of 20 per rem. v>lll
be given on I he Conovcr, ('able and
Kiugsbury I rintr~ Players, regular
prices ?I which range Irom $650 ti?
$1,000, and 10 per cent. di-rnunt
ii allowed on the Schubert mid
l?upliona Player Pianos, prices of
which arc S.'iXj, $550, .*>5T5 and
Sot/1. Long time terms are. graut? '1
?n these prieos. A further dis?
count of 10 per cent, is given
for cash und short time settle?
ments.
W'e offer sonic ~pcti.il bargains
in I jed Player Pianos, quoting,
among many others, a $700 < a i ilian
for $.515; a S650 Kingsbury liuui
Plaj cr for $409.50, cU , ct'e.
200 Roils Player
Music, 35c Roll
This music ii the r<'C to $1,75
price, as good new in every tc
?peet except for a few fm^cr piints
mi the end of the roll. They have
lircn used for demonstration pur?
poses.
Small Musical
Merchandise
Heavy discounts have been made
in this, department, which contains
a multitude of various articles?
Sheet Music, Music Books, Albums,
Music Satchels, Rolls, Cases and
Cabinets, Guitars, Banjos, Violins,
Mandolins, Strings and Accesso?
ries, Drums, BugTcj, etc., etc. A
general discount ol 30 per rent, to
50 per cent. applies to all this stock,
although in some of the. items a
much deeper cut is made.
These prices serve to show the
sweeping reduction, and of course
there are intermediate qualiti^ at
corresponding prices.
$7.00 Guitare for $3.50; 10
Guitars fur $12 50.
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT
That you may appreciate fully the extraordinary opportunity this sale offers, we want you to know, and remember,
that these discounts on New Pianos apply only to the present stock and will positively not be given on any of the Cable
line, or Schubert Pianos to be received after this sale is over.
Our warerooms contain a very large stock of Pianos and Player-Pianos, but the rapid buying is steadily moving them
into the homes of wise purchasers?then your chajice to buy a standard instrument under the extremely favorable conditions
surrounding this remarkable sale will be gone.
This is a splendid opportunity to buy a Player-Piano as the discounts given bring the cost of one of these instruments down
to about the price of a good Piano without the Player attachment. Buy NOW.
These few items will make a strong appeal to your self-interest and make you decide now to get
your share of the money-saving opportunities offered during the second week of this unique sale.
20%
TUf.it Discounts Only Apply on the Present Stock and Will Positively Not Be Given on Any of the Cable Line of Instruments to Be Received in the Future.
Absolutely
New Pianos
! 20 New $275.00 Cabinet Grand Pianos.
$163.63
I r.ui sfcr Sali
Transfci s.il?
. long time, $192.50.
' 'AsJ-I ?,.- short time.
?2.00; $15 00
$5.00, and up
$4.00 Banjo fo
Banjo for $7.50.
$10.00 Violin f.
at same discounts
$4.00 Mandolin for $2.00; $57.50
Mandolin fur $18.75.
$1.50 Buglrt for 75c; Sl'.OO Bu?
gles for $2.00.
$2.00 Musit Sali heb for $1.40;
$12.00 Music Satchels for $8.40.
$1.50 Music Kolli for $1.05;
$3.50 Music Kolli (or 52.15.
50 The New Scale Kiugsbury Pianos.
Regular Price $.150.00 and $375.00.
Transfer Sale, long time, $280.00 and $300.00.
Transfer ! :|<-, CASH (POCO <C97fi
and short time .. . . ?P??j? and tp? I U
2 Exquisite Cable Baby Grand Pianos.
Regular Price 5650.00. Mahogany Art Case.
Transfer Sale, Ion", time. $455.00. (4 AQ FA
Transfer Sale, CASH Pr short time. eQ4U 3.OU
25 New Cable Pianos.
Regular Price $400.00 and $450.00.
Transfer ^alc. liberal term:-, $320.00 and $360.00.
Transfer Sale, CASH <?288
quick settlement
and
$324
20 New Conover Pianos.
Sold Everywhere at the Same Standard Prices,
According to Size and Style.
Regular prices. $450 00 to $575 00
Long time prko 5405 00 to $517 50
Cash Prices
$364.50 to $465.75
Regular
Price
S250.00
$300.00
S400 00
$600.00
S275.00
$250.00
$500.00
$400.00
S85O.O0
S300.00
$350.00
?S400.00
$350 .00
$400.00
S400.00
$250.00
$500.00
$350.00
$250.00
$350.00
$400 00
$450.00
S275 00
S250.00
Slightly Used Piaros
Wellington 1 priglit ....
Waters cv Son Upright.
Cable I'pri^lu .
Art Conovcr Upright ..
Kiugsbury I fpright ....
DcKovcn Uprighl .
Special Stii ff Upright ..
Davies cv Son Upright..
( onovcr Grand .
Wellington Upright
Transfer
Discount.
. 50' ,'.
. 60' ,
. 40';
. 503
. sir,
. 30',
. 50'-,
,. 60",
,. 5o(;
.. 40' ,
Cable cv Son Upright.-. 60r,
Chase Bros. Upright. 60r,
Kiugsbury Upright . 50' ,
Cable Upright. 50' ,
Schubert I rpright . 50' ,
DeKovcn 1 Upright
40'
Khicrson Uprighl. 70',
Kingsbury Upright ........-. 30'/O
Woostcr Upright..'. 30%
Kingsbury Upright. 401"",,
( hase Bros. Upright. 50r,
Cable Upright . 50r(,
Koh.lcr & Campbell Upright. 50r(.
I JcKovcn I [prighl_. 20' ,
Time
Price.
S125.00
S120.00
$2 10.00
S300 00
$137.50
.-.175 00
$250.00
$160 00
$425.00
S1RO. 011
$140.00
$160.00
SI 75 no
$200 <?)
S200.00
S150.00
S150.00
$245.00
$175.00
$225 00
S200.00
$225.00
$137.50
$200.00
Cash
Price.
$112.00
$108.00
$216.00
$270 00
$123 75
SI57 50
$225 00
SI44 00
$382 50
$162.00
$126 00
$124.00
$157 50
$18000
$ ISO 00
$135.00
$135.00
$220.50
$157.50
$202.50
$180.00
$202.50
$123.75
$180 00
40 New $300.00 Everard Pianos -Less Than Half Price
Double veneered mahogany case. Genuine ivory keys. Best ni< kcl pedals. Standard actioii.
1 ull metal frame. Beautiful tone, lixccllcnt lasting qualities. A Piano that will give great satisfac?
tion. This Piano is a bargain at the regular price, and a positive money-saver at the price quoted
f.ir this sale.
$144 00
Transfer
\MI
?a lime -A big bargain
Absolutely
New Pianos
20 New $250.00 Upright Pianos.
I'ransfcr Sale, long lime, $175.00. m? r?>j r*n
rrausfcr Sale, CASH or short time, <&>1<J i ?Ol)
50 New $275.00 Wellington Pianos.
rrausfcr Sale, long time, $220.00. mi qq Aft
Transfer Sale, CASH or short time, tj>l if O.uu
A lew $300.00 Wellington Pianos at equal re?
ductions.
1 Carload New $350 Cambridge Pianos.
Transfer Sale, long time, $210.00. <r?| qq r\r\
Transfer Sale, CASH or short time, ?P* ?5/.UU
30 New $250.00 DcKovcn Pianos.
rratisfcr Sale, long time, $20'J.0O.
1 ransfcr Sale, CASH or short titm
$180.00
50 New $350.00 Schubert Pianos.
fransf? Sale, lone; time, $280.00. mnpri r\r\
Transfer Sale, j ASH or ^Ii^m time. ?D?D?.UU
make your purchases now?come early?will hold and make deliveries christmas
Successors to
The Cable Piano Co.
213 E. Broad St.
Richmond, Virginia
$25,000 Stock
of Victors
No cash down. Then only
small weekly or monthly pay?
ments. Pay cash only for the
Records you get.
Conic down and hear the various
styles in our Victor Department.
Victrolas from $15.00 to S400.00.
11 there's one there you like, have
it sent home. Pay only for the
record-; you select. In ,i month/
begin paying a little each weekly
or monthly until the instrument ir.
paid lor. If you don't want the
Victor now, wc will reserve it and
deliver it at Christinas. There :s
likely to be a shortage of Victrolas
this year, as thcrje was list season.
Make your selection now while our
stock is full.
101 Best Songs, 10c
Per Home, School and Meeting,
containing all of the famous patri?
otic songs and the finest collection
ol old favorites ever published ?
words antl music complete.
10c a copy.
Mason &Hamlin
No discounts or cut of price is
ever made on this Piano. However,
we have several jscd Mason &
llamlin Pianos wnich wc offer at
this sale.
1 $1,800.00 Concert Grand M. cc
II. Piano.
Used only in concert work. In
fine condition. Trans?
fer Sale price.
1 $700.00 Upright M. & H. Piano
Used only a short time. Now in
pood condition. Transfer Sale
price, long time, $560. Trans?
fer Sale, CASH or short
time price ..
1 $800.00 Baby Graud M. & II.
Piano.
Used only a -hort time. Good
condition. I.bony case. Stvlc A.
Transfer Sale price, long time,
$640. Transfer Sale,
GASH or short time
price.
1 J700.00 Style G M. & II. Piano.
Dark mahogany case. Used only
a short time. Practically new.
Transfer Sale price, long time,
$630. Transfer Sale,
GAS 11 or short time
Trice.
': $1000
$504
$576
$567
DEMAND FOR FACTS
M?DE BY BRITONS
They Resent Secrecy of Foreign
Policy of Govern?
ment.
London, {November 20.? British fur
e:gn policy may be on the threshold ol
a new and most Important phase. No
statement regarding dealings with oth?
er nations has for many years been!
awaited with such great Interest as
the one Mr. Asqulth, the Premier; has
promised the House of Commons that
Sit Edward Cirey, the Foreign Secre?
tary, will make.
The certainty which every one now
admits that England was wi'.hlu a
hair's breadth of going to war against
Germany to support Franco In the
.Moroccan trouble and the government's
apparent consent to Russia's advance
upon Persia have rained a great storm
of-criticism. This will take the form
of denunciation of the extreme secrecy
vith which the foreign affairs of the
rmplre have been conducted the past
decade, and more particularly since
bit Edward Grey took charge.
Liberal l'rrs? Critical.
An important fact In this agitation
which has sprung up within a week
und has taken on great impetus with?
in tho pasi twenty-four hours Is that
rlmost all the Liberal newspapers,
which are the government's strongest
supporters, art- leading H. vi hllc the con?
servative Journals ?Ither Join in the
outcry or maintain silence.
Tho agitation has been crystallized
Into .1 demand that both Parliament
und the country should Immediately bo
The Up-to-Date
Up-Town Store
New and Select Quality
Citron, Raisins, Currants,
Nuts, Mincemeat, Albcmarlc
Cider, Plum Pudding, Fruit
Cake, Imported and Domes?
tic Wines.
Old Peach Brandv, per gal?
lon, S6.00.
Old Apple Brandy, per gal?
lon, $4.00.
Old Fulcher Whiskey, per
gallon, $4.00.
The Pure Food Store.
Geo. McD. Blake
& Co.
No. 00 Broad Street.
given cxpitcit Information regarding
the government's recent dealings With
Germany,'and as to the extent and na?
ture of the Anglo-French agreement
and also concerning the altitude of tho
British cabinet toward Uussla'a thrcat-l
rntd invasion of Persia.
John Dillon, the Irish member of i
Parliament for East .Mayo. hn.? given
notice of a motion on the foreaoinn
lines Which embodies the demands of'
the Liberal papers.
Since the conclusion of the Moroccan1
agreement the country has been aslt-j
ing whether war would in any way be
justified, and also whether the etitentu
cordlale with France amounts to an
alliance and Is not altogether for the
benefit of France.
Hitter \iitl-llrltleb Feeling.
The revelation in the Herman Reich*
stau of the intensity of Germany's
letting against England was a sur
prlsc. Even- two of the Jingo organa
:.re asking whether It is not possible
for England to lieep on wood terms
with Germany without Impairing the
Anglo-French entente cordlale and
suggesting that assurances be given
to Germany so as to disabuse the
minds of the Germans that the eit?
len to cordlale Is really against her.
Mr. Chamberlain's old proposal for
the formation of a foreign affairs com?
mittee with ?hielt the Cabinet should
consult, thu:> e.ivinp; I'arllament soint
share in the conduct of foreign af?
fairs. Is now being revived.
Mr- Asqulth this afternoon disap?
pointed the llous. of Common! by the
announcement that Sir Edward Grey's
statement would be made only on No?
vember -7. but he promised that a day
should be given for debate on the sub
JCCt' >_:_
l HOP CONDITIONS GOOD.
Satisfactory Price-, for To*acco?I2n.
joynllle Dunce In Given.
i Etna Mills, Va., November 20?The
I crops of corn and tobacco are excep?
tional!} ^"oo?l In this section. Some
crops of tobacco of several thousand
pounds averaged ?l*> per 100.
i C>nc of the most enjoyable events ol
this autumn was the hop given at
Hotel Spotswood, Hi.nover Courthouse,
lust Friday evening. Some of those
present were Misses Ayllffe Wherry,
of Hon Air, Va : Katherlne King, EIU;?
beth Kcnnyday, Moselle lioberson, of
Richmond: Mary and Inez Hutchin?
son. Etna Mills; Jo and Kitty Winston.
Hanover; Emily Wade, Frederick's
Hall; Ruby .loner, and Lucy Taylor.
Hanover, and Fannie Llpscomb, Peaks;
Mrs. C. P. Cardwoll, Hanover; Keith
Cardwell and Imlton Taylor, Vlncen
and Guv Anccll, Pal King, Irvin Car?
son. Ml Blair, Gwln Carltbn, Rich?
mond; Phil Cdwheard, Columbia, Va.;
I Dancey, Morton and C. P. Card well,
and Dr. Sjydnor Staten, of West Vir?
I glhla.
ACTION H? GRAND Jl RV,
Sererai Indicted for Alleged Violation
of K.leetlon I.IW,
(Special to The Tlmen-l>lspatcli.]
Norton. Va., November 20.?The grand
jury of Judge Hkecn's court, in session
I nt Wise. has returned Indictments
I against several persons for alleged vio?
lation of the law In the recent elec?
tion; C, G. liuffey. poatmaater at Ston
erja and one of I he election judges at
that precinct, Ik among those Indicted.
Wise county had the clenncst election
this time that has been held for years,
but there seems to have been somo vio?
lations of u more or less serious na?
ture.
SAMUELS WILL GO
TO ASYLUM TO-DAY
Famous "Cyclone" to Be Re?
moved to Marion Hospital for
Criminally Insane.
T. II. "Cyclone" Samuel*, former con?
stable of Honrieo count:-, indicted by a
grand jury for tho murder of his son
last September, und later adiudged of!
unsound mind by a lunacy commission,!
will be removed from the County Jail]
this morning and taken to the Western!
State Hospital for the Criminally In-i
sane, at Marlon. Advices that a guard >
THE WEATHER
I'orecnati Vlrsrluln?1'nlr and sllghtl-'j
colder Tuesday) Wednesday fair; mod?
erate treat winds,
.North Carolina?Fair and -.lightly
colder Tuesday i Y\ eilnesdny fair; mod-]
ernte uorth--.r*t vrtnri"..
>prolnl l.oeal Data for Yrstcrday.
12 noon temperature . ?
T, P. M. temperature . t
Maximum temperature up to &
P. M. t
Minimum temperature up to 8
M.
I Mean temperature .
I Normal temperature .
I Deficiency m temperature .
Deficiency in temperature since
j March 1 .
Accum. excess In temperature
since January I .
Deficiency in rainfall since March
Hi
Accum, deficiency in rainfall since
January 1 . G.G7
l.oeal oiiservHtlon S I*. M. Yesterday.
Temperature . ."?(!
Humidity . .".o
Wind?direction .S. W.
Wind?velocity . S
Weather .Cloudy
conditions
(At ^ I". M. 1
Placo. T
Ashevllle ....
Atlanta .
Atlantic City.
Kosten .
Buffalo .
Calgary .
Clin rleston .. .
Chicago .
Denv. r .
I in I ti t li .
Ualveston . . .
Hat terns "_
Havre .
Jacksonville..
Kansas City..
Louisville ...
Montpromi ry..
New Orleans.
New York_
Norf ell: .
Oklahoma . . .
Pittsburgh
Itfileigh .
St. IauiIh
St. 1'aul .
San Francisco
Savannah
Spokane .
Tampa .
Waahington . .
Winnipeg
Wythevlllo ..
IN IMI'OHTAXT CITIES.
Sastern Standard Time.)
her. II. T. 1.. T. Weather.
BO 61 '24
ti'2 f.? 50
P. cloud v
Clear
Cloudy
Cloudy
S n o w
Cloudy
Clear
Clcn i
Clear
i 'l.
::t
Clear
Cl< :il
iMoudy
Clear
Clear
Clen r
Clear
Clear
P. e'lnudv
Clear
Clear
Cloudy
Cleo r
Clear
Cloudy
Cleat
Clear
Clear
P. cloudy
Cloudy
Clear
Bain
MIXIATinE AI.MAXAC.
November 21. 1911.
HIGH TIDE.
Sun rises.... ?:K7 Morning.... 5:03
Sun aeAs...... 4:55 Evening.,.. 6:04
from that institution would bo hcr'j
for Samuels to-day were received late
yesterday afternoon by Sheriff l> H.
Kemp.
I'nr yeara "Cyclone'' was not only a
notorious, hut a picturesque figure ol
Ilenrlco county. Kor twenty years lif
served as a constable, und not until
the last Democratlu primary was he
defeated for that office, it is believed
by ninny that Ihe slaying of his son
was due to a mania which developed as j
a. result of his defeat as a member of]
the constabulary. After the election,
when It whs found that his opponent
had the greatest number of votes, there
was a noticeable Change in the mental
condition of Samuels.
The shooting, which cost the lifo Ol
his son und broupht about the Indict?
ment for murder, took place In the]
stable of Samuels'a home in Varina Dis?
trict. Tho father hits always main?
tained thai the shooting was accidon-1
tal; that a revolver which he was cr
rying fell from his pocket, was dis-l
charged, and that the bullet pierced|
the stomach of h'.s boy. inflicting
Cash Does It
Our Stores Save You 25 Per Cent. <
Groceries.
Best American Granulated Su?
gar, lb.6',c i
New Seeded Raisins, l-lh. pkft. ..llcl
New Glean Currants, I-lb. pkg_llcj
New Gitron. lb.17c
New Mixed Nu is. lb.12
New Lemon and Orange Peel.15c
Finest quality Malaga Grapes,
per pound.12 '.'c
New Layer Pigs, lb.12\-c
New Boneless Codfish, lb.7o
.1 Chnlmer's Gelatine for.25c
Pocahontas Corn, can .9c
Imported Sour Krout, quart.7c
SI bottles Duffy's Malt Whiskey, ,85c
New Clipped Herrings, dozen.10c
S1.00 bottle Old Fulcher Whiskey.75c
Whole Grain Carol in a Rice, lb.5c
New Large Irish Potatoes, 30c
peck; or, per bushel.51.10
Good Green or Mixed Tea, lb.40c
Kxtra quality Burly June Peas, can.12
Wine for Jelly, quart.20c
j-lb. bag New Prepared Mountain
Buckwheat for .I4<
New Date?. 1-lb. pkg.9c
New Shredded Codfish, 5c, or o pkgs..25c
New Hominy or Grits, Id.,lc
?Good Apples, per peck.25c
American Sardines, 7 cans for.25c
Large cans Fish Roc, in 2-lb. catlS...14c
Ccresota or Gold Medal Best Flour,
42c bac;'; per barrel.50.60
7 lbs. Loose Lump Starch.25c
New Full Cream Cheese, lb.18c
Gold Medal Coffee, Java and Mocha
mixture, 1-lb. cans.Mr
Good Canned Salmon.12c
Good Mixed Tea, per lb.30c
Magic or Brookdalc Asparagus, can.. . 10c
Smoked California Hams, lb.12c
Good Creamery Butter, per lb.30c
Silver Kim; Best Patent Fimily
Floor, .Vic bag; or, per barrel... 55 00
Finest Breaklast Bacon, lb.18c
Fresh Nearby Country Eggs, dozen..25c
Winner Brand Condensed Milk, can.. 10c
Good Lard, per lb.'. ..10c
Va. Pride Coffee, lb..'.25c
Large bars Circus Brand Soap, 7 bars. 25c
wound to which ho succumbed not
I many hours later.
The former constable is now about
sixty-five years old. He Is a native
of Caroline county and a Confederate
I veteran, lie was ordered committed to
1 the Marlon asylum by Judge R. Car?
ter Scott, of the. County Circuit Court.
I following the Undings of the lunacy
commission. It Is likely that he will
spend the balance *?f his days tit
Marlon.
MOTOR < I I li OlMJAjaZED.
Frederick aburg AutoMl Form Association.
>eardi fur Molen Package. I
ISl.laI tu Tlie Times-Dispatch.] ?
FrederlckabUrijc, vs.. November I?.?A
Frederlcksburg Motor Club baa been orsau
IxeO Iti this city, with Ihe following offi?
cers: W. s. Einbre), prcildent: Henry
Warden, vice-president; It A KlahpSugh,
?eeretary; L.ee .1. 0raves, treasurer, There
are now about forty automobile? in uae In
and sround Frederlcktburg, making an In?
vestment nf about iSO.OOO, and the object of
tills organisation ia to Increase the senti?
ment for fc-oi.l reads.
Detectives have apptare.l here again In
connection ?Uli ihe disappearance last
July of a 10,400 money package from the
Adam- Express Company, whlrh was bring
?hipped from tht? city to Baltimore.. IS.
Ilayden Uosel nai Indicted by the grand
buy on this cltarBe. but Wat acquitted by
the Jury in ihr C'orpoiation Court. It is
?uppoaed thnt the doteetlves are now
working on ?eine other clue.
? 'bar:.* Skinner, of tlit? city. ?'as fined
hy Justice John 1). Waller, of Spolsylvanla
county, ?10 and coals, amounting to $1.1.60.
tor unlawfully huntlnR on the land of Cap?
tain M. B, Rowe, in Bpotaylvanla county,
n.:.ir thi* city.
Judge It; II L. Chtnheater, of the circuit
? 'our; of Stafford county, lias appointed O.
B. Wnllnce, l rederiek Wi Coleraah and
Alvln T. Embrey t,, examine the condltloni
of tlio clerk's office of the Circuit Curt
of Stafford county and report at the next
term of the court.
' CHARTERS GRANTED
*'r,?t A- Porau Company (Inc.), Rosalya,
Va. S. K no: au, preaident; C. A. Crist,
cecretary and treasurer; W. C. Neff, vice
president - at: of Washington, D. C. capi?
tal: Maximum, 110,900; minimum, f.'.oto.
>?>?!? ? Itcal estate business,
Ly coming Timber and Lumber Company
(Inc.), Roxuury, Va. George W, Boyor,
president, Pin? Grove, Pa.; Fred S. Hock,
vlre-ptealdent, lloxbury, Va.; I,. T. Ili au
don, treasurer, Pottsvllle, Pa.j W. C. llran
don. secretary, Hawthorn, Pa. Capital:
Maximum, ISO.OOO: minimum. $10.000. ub
Jrct: Lumber business.
Buckroc Ice and Storage Company tine).
Hud; roe Be?eli, Va. Elijah Wallace, pros* '
Idem; Ii. K. Elliott, vice-president: lt. B.
fohnson, treasurer: c. r. Copoland. lecre
lei') an of Buckroc Beach, Va, Capital:
Maximum, I1J.000; minimum, s.>.0(o. object.
Storage and Ice business,
Rim Street Corpora! Ion. Norfolk. Va. I).
Lawrence Groner, president; Tazewell Tay?
lor, secretary and treasurer; It. U. Cooks?
all of Norfolk. Capita!: Maximum, 110,(00;
minimum, !&,(?'?>. Objeot: itoai estate bus?
iness.
Hermitage Really Investment Corporation,
Riebmond. C. F. .*?uer, president a a a
treasurer; O, Sauer, vlee-presldcnt; It. ti.
Laird, secretary?all of ittehmor.d. capital:
Maximum, lli?.o:0; minimum, ??:.,o.)0. ub
Jrct: Rnal eatatc business.
Amendment to tho charter of th? Chesa?
peake riulldlni; Association, of Norfolk
county, Increasing Its maximum capita;
from IS00.0M to H.OOAOOO, and its minimum
from IJO.O00 to iltV.OCO.
Im notions laxucd.
[Special to The Times-1 tlspatch.]
Spolsylvanla, Va., November 20.?Mr.
and Mrs. John Lewis Waller, of Spot
.sylvunia. have Jssund curds to tho
marriage of their daughter. Susie
Pearl, 10 Frederick l.ung. of ihe same
county.
Will Hnve Pontal Ilnnkn.
[Special to The Tltnes-Dlspaloh.l
Washington, O. C.', November ilO.
Postal savings banks will be opened
<>n December is at LawrencovHlc and
I the National Soldiers' Home, Virginia,
According to announcement made here
o-day,
GIVEN BY S?VA
Accedes to Demand When Grand
Opera Tickets Were Gobbled
Up in One Day.
Although every effort was made
yesterday to guard against that evil.
Manager Wise, of the Academy of
Music, has warned the public not ?o
be deceived by ticket scalpers, many
of whom hoped tu reap a harvest out
of "The Olrl of the Holden West,"
which comes to the Academy of Music
next Monday, matinee and night
Henry W. Savage telegraphed from
Now York last night that ho would
put on the matinee in view of the bis
demand and the appreciation shown
by music people for grand opera In
English.
When the sale oj ened yesterday
morning the usual big line was there,
many people having stood in the
street since 5 o'clock. Olio or two per?
sons endeavored to get blocks of
ii. kcts, but they failed to do no, and
Mr, Wise says that if the scalpers are
In the market they got there by hav?
ing persona buy two tickets at a time.
Many block orders have been received
from nearby towns, on,: female col
lego calling for fifty, but under tho
house rules those applications were
turned down for obvious reasons. To
have aold out the house in that man?
ner would have been unfair to Rich?
mond people, according to the Academy
idea.
Snvntrr t nprrclnl l\c.
When Mr. Savage was advised last
night that practically every seat for
Monday night had been sold he agreed
to give ttic matinee. In doing so he
sent tho follow'ng telegram to Mahr
agcr wise. \
"Vour wire regarding spcclul mati?
nee of -Tho Qlrl of tho Golden Weit'
received. Under conditions which you
I set forth tills wire will be your uu
thority for announcing a special af?
ternoon Performance, as I don't wish
; to disappoint music lovers of Rich
I niond, who have always manifested a
' Keen and substantial appreciation ol
] my grand opera efforts in the past
I and on this account 1 ant willing to
j make ah exception. Your scheine will
I give Richmond the Privileg?; of seeing
I two finitely different and equally
i brilliant sets of ar -ts In the prin?
cipal roles In the afternoon and even*
Ing performances. Please accept your?
self and convey to the operatic patrons
of Richmond my appreciation an<
thanks for their co-operation In th<
bigt est and most worthy grand opur?
enterprise t have ever exploited.''
MAN WHO REFUSED
GOULD S $60-000 ORDER
William II. Moon. Kanious \?r?rr>.
mint. Declined Millionaire')) OfTer
llrfiiunr It Won Sunday.
Trenton, N. J., November 20.?Wil?
liam H. Moon, the founder of Moons
j nurseries, in Morrisvillc. I'a., Just
across the Delaware River, dropped
dead on tho street here of heart dis?
ease.
Moon is the man who refused a ftlo,
Oni) order from Mr. and Mrs. Qcorga
Gould when the pair went through thu
nurseries one Sunday many years ago.
Mr Moon received thorn as guests and
' showed them around. They then gave
the order for liio.OuO worth of trees,
and were Indignant when Mr. Moon
declined It because it was Sunday.
After some mouths had elapsed Mr.
Gould sent in the order, tills time on
a weekday, and it was promptly filled.
Mr. Moon served on the school board
of Lower Kakclicld township lor many
years, lie was an orthodox Quaker,
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GOTHA
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New Yorks social centre
Easily accessible to
theatre and shopping
districts. ^
Single roomj^ower ? A>?5?P
Single reoni with brttk. ~*3a?to?5e?
DouHcwmi wrmbotha ~*32?to4&2
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RfikAvc.&,Fi%v{?f?h St.
NEW YORK. CITY

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