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the welfare-of Henry BcaUIc'e soul.
Ai.d souin of those young men who hail beeu Henry's best loved companion*, nuii ono who hud been his chief attend? ant when he was wedded to Louise AVcllford Owen, bobbed uloud In unc?ti ' troliablo grief. Tears coursed down ',thc cheeks of others who had never (known tho dead boy. It was so Iticx ' prcsslbly sad that none may forget tho duy. Souud of I-'nlling int iii. As the last words were satd, men In charge stepped forward hurriedly, ' and then came the dreur sound ot I-falling earth. It was soon over. Tho i Uttlo mound was smoothed. Two little . heaps of earth mark, one the last rest lug plac of Henry Bciittie, the otbet that of the wife and mother he slew. Nothing divides them now. Their trou? bled fortunes are done and in |m .1. ? they slumber side by side.' It was com? fort to those who knew and l?ytiO jiim best that Henry confessed his sin before he went to the throne of (Jod, and they left thai double tomb with something nkln to peace in their minds. As the last words were said, and just as the sun was more cheerily beckon? ing to an awakening world, tho father and his young daughter passed around the grave. They stepped behind the stone erected to the memory of the dead youth's mother, and at last, his Spartan stoicism broken, the aged fattier gave vent to an anguished soli. It was more than the ?dient spectators could stand, and they tinned their heads so that they could not sei, the grief pouring from his breaking bean. Ho was Immediately placed In a car Hage, und the return to a cheerless i?nj lonely home was begun. nraltlc Named I'ulllirarrrs. The pall-bearers remained behind for a few moments, and then they.too. went away. They wero Henry's liest ! friends. When he knew that he was to ] die he selected them to bear his body j to tho grave. They were Royall Fend . ley, Hiram Walker, W. II. Sampson, W. ! if. Caudle, .lohn Sandlfor. Luther Wells. ( Marsdcn French and William II. Craw. ' ford. Henry Beatiie and his wife sleep 01: ' the crest of a bill. He lies just to the ? east of her, and only a bit of sod is ,be.lwecn. In life they wero unhappy. I but now they are bound together again I by the cross of Christ and that love .'which will endure beyond the fading immortelles. One pillar of the bind? ing arch rests at Henry's feet, the .other at the. feet .of his bride. And , across It. where the early morning sun shall shine and show them, are those ?words, "United Beyond the River." So It Is that the story of a world known tragedy la told and done, and Henry Ueattie sleeps within arm's reach of his own. LEADERS llisrrss PLANS. Nstion-Wido Series of EutcrlnlnnienlM] for Mc^Vamnrti Defense Fund. Atlanta. Oh., November 26,?The coin-I mil tee of labor leaders In charge of the McNaniora defense fund, of which | Frank Morrison, secretary of the American Federation of Labor, Is sec? retary, held a meeting hero to-day, at whtch steps were taken for the nation? wide series of entertainments go l? given by the White Rats (Actors Union) for the beuetlt of the fund. Nol report as to the condition of the fund | wav made public. The. building trades section of thel American Federation of f.ihor will | begin a ten days' session here l?rinor low. Several interesting factional I r'.luputos are expected to come up for| settlement at this session. Noisy Welcome <;i\en. New Orleans, La., November 2 Escorted by a noisy and gaily deeo rated pageant of river craf.t. the model of the historic steamboat New Oi leans will make a triumphant entry into the harbor to-rnotrow, celebrating the centennial anniversary of the ir aug urnlion of stcumboutlng on th Mississippi River. Tin- arrangements! for the reception of the vessel have been completed by the. Louisiana His-| torlcnl Society. The puBllc will be. received aboard the New Orleans Tues? day, Wednesday and Thursday, The crew will take the vessel back Pittsburgh later in the week. Derelict In Located. Washington. November 26.? Till schooner James T. Maxwell, Jr., which I -ailed from Brunswick November IG| for New York, and which was aban? doned about b week ago, was located | to-day ir.o miles east ;?? south of Cape Henry, Va, by the derelict destroyer Seneca. FREE Old, Tleep-fleeted Caies, Take Notice 1 B. B. B (Boianlc Blood Balml Ii tnkm I internally and has cured, through the blooa. thousands of eesos nf Hcsems. ??alt Rhenm fr Ilching, crafty huraom after avery known reatment has failed. If you h?ve pimple?. ? tohtns huraors, swellings, bumps. 1:, >,,?, ?o;i?. crusty oozing skin sores, n). D. B. S as directed on the bottle. B. B. 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FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND ISMBALMEIt, Main end Bclvldcrc Streets, Phpncs, Xludlion 818, day; Mor.ro? ?42. -?-b? Berry's lor Clothes" Fop tuxedo, plaited front. For business, leading styles, are the short stiff bosom and the short plaited bosom. You'll find 'em the best ever for practical comfort, $i to $3.BO. Collars, closed front and, still newer, open front; gives more show to the knot, 12;; and 20c, Suits In the Esglish model Americanized, $20 to $aO. Special walking gloves at $1.15; worth $1.50 anywhere. GOVERNORS WILL MAKE LONG TRIP Western Executives tc Visit i 'Twenty-One Cities oi East, Covering 4,000 Miles. St, Paul, Minn., November :(.?An clown-car train, known us "tbo West? ern Governor's Special," will leave .St. Paul to-morrow night for a twenty day trip to twenty-one cities of the Kast and Middle West. It is the ilrst time in the history of this country such an enterprise has been under? taken. Nearly 1.000 miles will be cov? ered by tho special before Its return to yt. Paul on December lo. The cities where the. special will sup represent a total population of more than 12, 500,000 people. The Western Governors are going Kast with a view to bringing the Must and Weal into closer contact. Tho people of the tfast. through their rep? resentative business organizations, have made "g? t acquainted ' excursions to the Western States, and now the peo? ple Of the West ire sending their Gov? ernors and most prominent business men to return the compliment. The "patronize home. Industry" spirit 01' the West has been one of the con? siderations which has urged the Weit? em development organizations to send this excursion to the ISastern Slates, si ekin? the h.-st points at which the West may k?\ty its ?-ooOs, since It Is felt I that the opening of the Panama Canal Is apt to make european mantifactur- j ers close competitors of all American Industries. In practically every In? stance the train will be met upon en? tering any Slate by the Governor ..: I that state ami other prominent people. They will accompany the train to the border line and turn It over t.. the Governor Of the next State. In all tin cities visited there will be a series Of luncheons and banquets and much I speech-making. There will he ten State exhibits and nine Governors will make tho trip? | th is.- from Idaho, Oregon. South Da-1 kot;i. Colorado, Wyoming. Montana ami j North Dakota. A It MY Alll.MKN GOING SOUTH. Will EstulillNli Winter-'Quarters at I Augustu, (ill. 1 Washington, l>. November 2G,? j i The army aerodrome at College Park. I Md., will be closed temporarily on Men-I day, when the aviation detachment of; the Army Signal Corps, with tho equip-j , incut, including four aeroplanes, will j leave for Augusta. Ga., to establish headquarters for the winter. Two captains, four lieutenants and j a detachment of twenty men will make the trip. The ofllcers who are going i to the southern aviation Held are Cap? tains Charles Go K. Ghandler and Paul Heck and Lieutenants Henry II. Ar-: I 1.old. Thomas bc W. Milling. Hoy Ci KIrtlnnd and Prunk M. Kennedy. TOWLIl ON SecniST MISSION! Ambassador May ilr in German}' on Mr. Tnft'N lleUalf, Berlin, November iG.?The arrival of I < x-Ambassador Charlemagne Tower, with his wife, in the Kronprinzessin Ccclile at Bremen on November 22 caused speculation as to the motive of his voyage. His arrival was kept secret, and it is I said that Mr. Tower; who Is now in Dresden, will be Invited at an early opportunity to Berlin by the Kaiser. It is rumored that Mr. Tower is In? trusted WltTl 11 secret mission from President Taft to the Emperor, who regards .Mr. Tower us one of his best 1 American friends JOHN I, I PA II? I K AND >VIKE TAKIC Tlll-lllt OWN LIVES Paris, November 26.?The well known I Socialist, .lohn l.ufarsue, and his wife ; committed suicide to-day. Lafargue ; lofl a letter saying that he felt the [npprouch of tin- Inllrsiltles of old age, I which threatened paralysis, and de j tcriiiihed to die while still in possession of .ill his faculties. His wife refused Li I survive, preferring to share his fate. ? l>a_f argue said In bis letter that he ! bar. experimented'with various poisons ? hp! had chosen the subcutaneous In? jection of prusslc mid as the. best in 1 ans to die. Mine. Lafargue was (he I daughter 0( tho German Socialist, Karl Marx. It'imy \Vnltlnn Game. London, .Monday. November 'JO.?The Irish Nationalists arc playing a wait? ing Harne In the autumn session of : PaYllatricnl. The usually turbulent little band, who sit below the gang? way In ihu House of Commons, have kept themselves in hand so far, al? though they uro deeply interested in the Insurance hill, which is occupying all the time of tho House. They are quietly Waiting for 1912, "Ireland's year," as they call it. While the rankers of the party are doing ? missionary work In the lobby, the leader, .lohn Hedmond. Is busy ex? plaining home rule to the people of ICnglahd, for the Nationalists say that 1 when tho English really know what Ireland demands opposition to It will fade aw*7. Noted Aviators Will ttuiU Per? manent Station for Ex? periments. TO REPLACE WOODEN SHACK Over Saiid Dune Wilderness New Soaring Glider Will lie Tried With Motor. Muhteo, N. C, November ?.'6.?Tho Wright company hits practically dotted a ?c?l wlieielij it will acquire l.oUu acred ot lumj at Kitty iluwK, on wiiiiiii a permanent testing grounu tor tierdr piuhcg win no usiuuiiMiicu next spimg. 'rue stretch, composed ot giant an nil duties und wootiiaiio, runs eitsi anu went across lite "ouiiks" troni tail At? lantic Ooeiui to Crotiian liuy, ami ?11 dimes three duties, the iiigiiesi of! win. is is Known us mil 'i'hlrieeit, anil! rises to luu loci, muron, now devot? en to t'uisi titj rtlzornucK nogs, is hi tinned in Hie property, as is u small swamp intestcti tvitii water moccasins. Kliluevn 'mils, on wtucn the wi'ignis have mane 0X|>crilllClll8 since Hilly, ami ? .1 which it may uc said "tue lirst uero- i plane was horn. - is not on the property, out uimouoieuiN itrruiigcniuutu will be made ivitn notiert ?icacUtt, tue 1110 saver who owns the lanu, whereby tt may he used. , hen Urville and I.orin Wright left Kitty lluwit, totiowitig tue recent ex? periments wlln lite new souring gi:<*ur, the tormer suiU lie was not sure win iii? er he wouiU return, out ucioru uepurt ing ne obtained tr?in Joint J. .ml.hu an option on me tract upon which, liiroiirfii an arrangement ?villi .nr. aiunu, lie mult last summer a rough woouuii huh Bar and luooruiory. *v tew uuj s atu ?ir. hl u nil leeeit ci notice ironi tue VVrigma at pujiuh, unto, mat they wotiij exercise I neu option aim t^stau llsh a permanent experiment, station in Kilty nuivK. bnortiy utter ihis Adam fciiicreiigc, the ?i riguis' Kitty tiunyk representative, iiuu u member oi the KiliUuvil mils unc auvuig Curtis, was presented with the liungur ami loid to iiiuHU such use ot the lumber as lie saw lit. Will lirccl Haiip.nr. During tue winter or early next spring the Wrlgnis will erect at the tout ot mil Tnirteen, lou rods from killuevil iiiiis, a comuinutioii liungur ami laboratory ul concrete and, quite possibly, a bungalow tor living pur? poses. This win be the only struc? ture of Its Kind in Dare county. \1 hiie camping ai Kitty ilawK in October the Unguis lived, cooked and wonted in a single liuudiii^ and lound their quarters exceedingly cramped. band Mcus invaded the iiunsy structure and made life unbearui.de. In making the station permanent mechanics win be brought from Dayton and it wilt bo necessary to provide accommodations lor them, as the nearest boarding house is at Kilty Hawk village, jlx miles to the north. .The concrete laboratory and h'tinga!* will bo much larger than the old build? ing and will be thoroughly equipped | tor aeroplane building. It will be | wide enough to house two machine;,! and in all probability a sei forge will ' be Installed In one end. One end will \ be devoted lo a carpenter shop. The loft will be used for storage. The Wrights have determined to build their station here for three rcc SOIIS. Tile Urs! is that the winds are of high velocity and blow steadily through certain months, whereas in all other sections where there arc ele? vations the. winds conic in gusts. The second reason Is that the sand dunes , are the lust on the American conti henl tor glider experiments, and ea-:'i j new adjustment to an aeroplane or ; principle affecting une must lirst be j tr'ctl out on u glider. The third advantage bus to do with I Hie Isolation of Kilty Hawk. The Wrights always safeguard their exper? imental work With secrecy, und hero j they <ran ily unseen by any who would j make ulterior use of Unpulontod idee/*, j The only inhabitants within miles are the life-savers, and they are lo bei trusted. No one can approuch over) the vast Streiches of while sand with- ? out being seen by a person posted oil i the lop of one of the dunes. Kind (he Spot Ideal. Tue tract lo be bought by the avia- ? lors contains a strip of ocean front' literally lined with beautiful Boml-! tropical scashells, enough standing tim- ' her lo furnish firewood for llfty years,: and it small harbor at Covlngtou Inlet,! where freight may bo discharged, and l where, the aviators may moor their; launch. The station will bo ten miles 1 north of Muilteo, the neurest telegraph j olllco; forty miles east of Kllzabelh | City, the nearest railroad point, ana j Six miles KOIlll] 6f Kitty Hawk post-I office, where the Wrights w ill post und i receive their mall. j A telephone line at the life saving station, one mile away, makes It pos- j fclble to send and receive emergency ; messages without going to Maiiteo. A dally packet run.', from this village 'ut 100 Inhabitants to Kllitabctti City, ami three -times a week a boat plies be-1 'tween the latter place and Kitty Hawk. Itefore Orvllle Wright left here he I said that the best months for experi? menting with a gilder ut Kitty Hawk ' were from April lo September. During this period the winds blew steadily i from the east, und are without flaws. lie also observed Hint should he re i turn It would be at a time when the _,- . ? - Pure Silk Silk Lisle Lisle , 50c, $1 pr. oOc pr. 25c, 35c pr. I WE SELL t.?i<.'ij>.-?..<? ? ...;...?. F. W. Dabney Company, 301 E. Tlroad Street. BRONZE TABLElT COMMKM?ItA.T.1NG Till-; SITK Oil' LIBBY PRISON MAXt'l'AtTl Ul'.lt IIV Richmond Machine Works, Inc. Successors to MA Vit lltON WOftKS, INC. i Mad. US?, 1(01 E, Main at winds were- ut their best thut ho' might .try out bis now gilder. This' ho will not deem perfect until he can send It ll|i fur u limitless period In aj current of ulr traveling at high vu-| locity. This condition did not exist during October. It is therefore believed that both Orvlllo und Wilbur Wright will coniu hero In thu .spring, und that work will | i/o begun on the laboratory as soon iu> thu luud Is actually acquired and the plans are received front tho Wrights'I works ?t Dayton, Ohio. An Aeroulnue-Ulldvr. ^ , Next time the uvlutortt appear'nere they will bring a gasolene cnglno to be Installed In the glider after the Una) experiments have been mudeJ Wilbur Wright, who bus never seen tho new machine In the ulr, will bei present during the tests. In tho meantime the data taken to Dayton will be Worked out and n glider con? structed capable of maintaining an engine mid tin operator. What the Wrights are perfecting Is un aeroplane which will stay aloft ?villi the power cut off. They have' proved that a glider can slay up In dollullcly, and their chief work now Is to build a combination aeroplane and glider. This Orvllic Wright con? sidered merely a question of mathe? matics, according to statements lie made before he left for Dayton. With the new machine, the aviators! will rise to a point where tho winds ? are steady, atop their ciyrljte and sec how lone, they can stay up. ,\t Kitty Hawk they can Und such winds a few feet above the hilltops. At Dic ? ton they would have to go between ?-.000 und ;:.000 foot. This Is the chief reason they have chosen Kitty Hawk. Those to whom the Wrights have spoken concerning their plans would not ho surprised to see the brothers here all next summer. POPE RECEIVES O'CONNELL j I'ardlnnl-DcMlgnatc In Warmly tireeted by (lie font In'. Rome, November L'C.?.Most Rev. Wil? liam II. O'Connell, Archbishop of Uos toh. and cardinal-designate, was re? ceived by l'opc Plus to-day. The' weather w as glorious, und Archbishop j O'Conneil'a reception at the Vatican was most cordial. About forty persons, i half of the number cccieslusls, accom- j panted him, forming a little pllgri-l mage, which included representatives of i the Boston newspapers. Monslgtior liisicti, the minister of ceremonies, and the private chamber lalns greeted him In the name of the Pope and CSCOl ted him to the door of the private library, where Pope Puts met him with open arms. Ills Holi? ness prevented the archbishop from kneeling ami addressed" him as ?inj dear brother." Then they ictlcfd to the library, where ihey engaged in conversation for nearly an hour. The Pontiff was extremely warm in his greetings and exhibited the utmost pleasure over America's enthusiastic response to the recognition which he had been pleased to bestow upon it. At the conclusion of the nrlvnlc audience the Pope and the archbishop proceeded to the small ' throne room,, whore the mom berg of the pilgrimage I from Boston were gathered, all kneel? ing. The Pontiff, with a benevolent and paternal smile, passed around the room, the archbishop introducing each >.f the visitors. The Pope gave his hand to esich to kiss and Imparted the apostolic benediction. Archbishop Farley gave a luncheon to-day in honor of the eccleslusts from' New York. Cardinal l<ogue, prlinulo of all Ireland, to-day called upon and congratulated the three American cat-j dlnuls-deslgnate. Preparations are completed for the'; holding of the secret consistory Illl the hall of consistories to-morrow. The] ceremony attending this consistory.) when the creation of the new cardinals j will he rat I lied, is a simple one. 'lib. Pope interrogates each of the members of the sacred college present ;ih to his wishes regarding the bestowal of llicj red hat on the prelate named for that honor, und the unnouiicement is made finally that the majority have affirmed tile Pope's choke. Tho public consist? ory is to be held Thursday In the Sota Regia, and will bo characterised by much pomp am] ceremony. At this con? sistory the rod hut Is bestowed on the new cardinals. GOES TO RESTORE PEACE Modem SoUdM Special < oiumtssliwi to Disgruntled State, Mexico City, November 2G.?Presi? dent Madero has sent to Oaxaca a spe? cial commissioner to effect if possible a reconciliation hetw-een the disgrun? tled stale and the central government. Reports from Oaxaca state that tho commissioner. C.'uiioa Trejo y Lerdo de Te.lada, was rudely received by a hooting populace, but that Governor Juarez, in .a speech to the people, urged them not to Interfere with his work since peace, after all. wus tho thing most greutly desired. The central government has not ul lered its position of not assisting the Governor In the adjustment of dis? putes growing out of tiie appointment of un unpopultir jefe politico, but ut the national palace confidence Is ex? pected in the ability of the govern? ment to settle the controversy between the Governor and President without hosllltlcs, notwithstanding tho stulo government, lias refused to recognize the central government. ?TAKT TU AID CELEBRATION. Will Attend Pnu-Ainerlcnu Tbnnknglv Iuk Services In YYonblogtoo. 1 WashingUm, November 26.?Presi? dent Taft, the diplomatic corps of til the Ijuln-Amerlcun republics, the See. I rotary of the Treasury, tho Secretary of tiie Interior, and two Justices of ' Iho Supreme Court arc expected to attend the third Pan-American Thanks? giving ?velebration, to bo held at Kt. Patrick's Church here next Thuro day. I Cardinal Gibbons will Dc present and assist in the mass, and many of Hid most prominent prelates in this city and llaltiinoru will lake part in the ceremonies. After the mass. Mgr. Russell, rcct-jr of St. Patrick's, will entertain tho in? vited guests at luncheon. HISTORY OP PHONOGRAPH. Prominent Chicago Citizens' Voices to He Preserved for Posterity. Chicago, November 26?Voices of men and women who have figured con? spicuously In the history of Chicago are to be preserved for posterity by the phonograph. Tho Chicago Histor? ical Society will make plans with this end in view, i Tho Idea was suggested by published accounts of an cnttrtulnment given by the Borrowed Time Club, of Oak Park, all of the members of which arc moro thun seventy years old At this gath? ering the members listened to the voices of two men long'dead. More than fifty names have already been uuggeiited, and it lu cxpecited that there will be many more, To Have and To Hold or to Give For Christmas Mahogany or o.ik, with " Wall o( Tiuy" carved frieze. Extra heavy double spring inotor (can be wound while playing). Exhibition sound box, Victor tapering tone arm anil "goose neck" sound-box tube. All metal parts nickel plated: Size, IS'..' inches wide, 22.V? inches deep, 15 7-16 inches high. Other Victrolas, $15.00 up. Easy tornis. All Records ulways in .stuck. SUCCESSORS CABLE PIANO CO. 21.1 East Broad. ANCIENT CAPITAL (Continued Prom Vit at Page) of Hie national assembly. 1 _ uwear tu uphobl the nineteen constitutional ar? ticles and organise u Parliament, ox cludlnu the nobles from admlnlstra live posts. 1 and my descendants will adhere to it forever. Your heavenly splrlis'will see and understand.*' Foreigner* Murdered. Shanghai. November SO.f?Reports of murders ot" foreigners In the provinces of .Shen-Si and s;hu:i-.Sl have been re? ceived here ?Ith tho gravest appre? hension. It is quite evident that a strong element of bo.xurlsm remains within Hie sphere of I eking, vt here the government might ho cxpeci?il tu be in control. Throughout the. South, which is held by the reM.dutii.nii:>:. hot a single cane even of Injury lo foreign Interests, axeept what may b'. attributed to uccl.lctil, has occurred. The throne Seems helpless lo pre? vent murders by the boxers, who arn in no wny connected with the revolu? tionaries, while, on the other bund, the revolutionaries arc defending the missionaries and punishing offenders with death throughout the vast trad? ing districts In South and Central China. The commercial houses of all na? tionalities arc losing heavily. will Itcliiforce Troops. Tokio, November ?A Stnteinelit Issued by the Foreign Office says the Japanese troops at i'eklng and Tien Tslll will be reinforced immediately. Such reinforcements is limited to one battalion of Infantry and machine guns. not to exceed the Japanese strength In these cities prior to the reduction in 1908. Cotton Porccnst. New Orleans, l>a., November 26.? Final estimates on the cotton crop of 1911 received by the New Orleans 'riines-Oeinocr.it from Its correspond? ents throughout the cotton boll give a tola! of 1 1,835,000 bales, exclusive of Unters, repacks and similar addl- | tions. The consensus of opinion Indl- ; eaten the following results Alabama. 1,000,000; Arkansas and ' Missouri, 080,000: Georgia and Florida, 2,050,000: Louisiana. 375.000: Missis? sippi, t,160,000! Oklahoma. 960.000; North Carolina and Virginia, i.oou.000: South Carolina, 1,500,000; Tennessee and Ken? tucky, 450.000: Texas and California, 1,300,000. Total, 1 1,835.000. This forecast relates to actual growth, exclusive of Unters, repacks and similar additions. For Infanta and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of GALESKI?^,ct ThlS Main and a Broad and Third Eighth Sts. 5 Next to Corner ? * Best, of Everything Optical and Photographic. Communicate with us and wo will cheerfully give you tho latest Ideas in Sanitary Plumbing Fixtures, etc. Wo carry rite largest at tl most varied stock of PLUMBERS' SUPPLIES. McGraw-Yarbrough Wholesale IJcnlerH Plumbers' Supplies, 132 S. Klchlb St., - . Mlolimoad, Vn. I Ricaeso? Expects to Be Acquit? ted on Charge of Killing Avis Linnell. ? ? '? . - . ! elal lu Tiic iimus-Dispatchj] Hosten, Muss,, November 20.?Tho defense of Rev. Clarence V. T. lUehcsou against thu charge of murdering Avis Linnell will bu u stout denlul of tho crime, supported by the contributory proof* Dr. Herbert O'Connor, a former mem? ber of the Prison Commission of Idaho, visited- the accused clergyman in lilts cell u few days ago. "1 found Itlchcsou in his coll at tho end of the steel corridor, in which n dozen ethers uro awaiting trial for a cupitul offense." said Dr. O'Connur. "During it conversation relutlvu to his past and ' present Itlchcsou Intimated thui his defense will be conducted ulonG the following lines: "i ahull not attempt to deny my previous cugagomcut to Avla Llnucil,' suid fticheson, 'or the fact that such ail engagement existed, but I shull ulilrni that our ongaguinout was broken by mutual consent, owing to thu fact that Miss I.lnnell Intended to purauc u professional career. 1 was In no way responsible for Avis Llnncll's condi? tion, and only learned of It to my sor? row and surprise when she unbosomed herself to mo, as her former pastor und betrothed. Seeking the sympathy und relief wldoh I found myself uniiblu lu give.' I "In regard to thu soourtng of the poison, fticheson suld to mu: 'As to tiie manner in which Avis procured the cyanide, I have no Idea.' "Itlchcsou appeared calm and lmpcr lurnble to the point of Inconceiva? bility, and is awaiting with almost t>u porliumun stolidity the Judgment ol twelve --;ood inen und true on thu awful crime ol" which ho slunds uccuscd. Rcjgret for the unfortunate young woman's untimely deuth, und sorrow that thu cloth thul he wears should bo smirched over so allgiilly by tho prison taint, are assuredly present, but all fear us to his vltidlculion und release is gone. "The man must be u marvel of self control and mentality. Not one lu 10,000, 111 the tuco of the damning chain of circumstantial evidence which the prosecution Is welding, could, whether Innocent or guilty, show as Utile outward concern as does Clarence Itlchcsou." Arrive* In Sidney. Sydney, N. iS. W., November 2G.?It - | ving II. Wheatcroft. owner of the St. James stud. Lexington, Ky.. who is transferring his horses to Sydney be? cause of the untl-hrttltig legislation in the United States, arrived to-day on the steamer Klsh. 1 Mr. Wheatcroft'a stud comprises I'.fi . thoroughbreds, which arc expected to ? arrive on Wednesday. ROOSEVELT Will i IT ASSIST TAFT j INRENOMINAIION (Continued From First Page.) j linns H can lie auld that no more than I throe days ago Colonel Roosevelt ex? pressed himself to the North American exactly as he bad done n year ago, and exactly us ho has done frequently atul on all occasions since. And be? cause bf the persistence of unwar? ranted reports and deductions. he agreed that an authoritative statement , of his oft-expressed purpose should be printed by this puper. This utterance, therefore, is not new, but it is posi? tive Will Support No One. "Colonel Roosevelt will nol aupporl any map for the nomination In 1912, neither Taft nor any one else. lie never gave Mr. Taft any pledge or Offer of support, nor did Mr. -Taft ever have such an Impression. . "As to himself, Colonel Roosevelt is not a candidate, nor bus he been at auv time. He has repeatedly discour? aged suggestions of this character, not onlv from sintere friends, but from potential political Kaders, who, for ' one reason or another,'desire to use; Iiis name, and he bus emphatically re? fused pledges of active support, even delivery of delegutes. "He says, and wishes the statement ' to be accepted tit Us full value In its clear and unculqvocal meaning, that he desires talk of his supposed cundl ducy to cease." OBITUARY Mrs. Georgia II. MoCnrrlck. isproiai to The Tl.noji-Dispatch.] Norfolk. Vu'.i November 20.?Mrs. Georgia Hlnns McCarrlck, wife of f'up laln J. W. McCarrlck, one of Norfolk's best known business men. died sud? denly this morning from heart trouble. She wus in excellent health .Saturday. She is survived by five children, Mrs. Tfowden Carey, of Norfolk; Mrs. Irving Martin, of Newport News; Miss Mary Ji McCarrlck. James A. McCarrlck and Joseph D. McCarrlck, all of Norfolk, and by fourteen grandchildren. Mrs. McCarrlck had lived In Norfolk for forty-four years, und numbered her friends by the hundreds. Oeforc mar? riage, she wus Miss Georgia Jones, of Selmn, Ala., and married Captain Mc? Carrlck In 1Si"?7. Pllrmau Toiler. [Special to The Tl nes-DISpAtcb.] Goldsboro. N. C November 2C? Dast irtght, at his homo In this city. I'ttrirran Tudor died at 11 o'clock, after an Illness of short duration.' He Is survivod by his wife and ono child. Tho funeral ? was held this ? afternoon at 1 o'clock. DEATHS FRANKLIN?Died, November 24, Mill, OLGA B. FRANKLIN, aged forty- I threo years. Site Is survived by her husband, J. It. Franklin, and twt ' children, Ira A. und Grade B. Frank? lin. - ? Funernl from the residence. &11 West Cl-y Street. MONDAY at 3 P M. Interment at Rivervlcw. HARE?Died, at the T/emorlal Hospi? tal, yesterday afternoon, at 1:10 o'clock, NATHANIEL M. HARE, aged sixty-two. Ho is survivod by hin wife, and was a niotnbor of I. O. O. F, and J. O. IT. A. M. lodges. Funeral TUESDAY MORNING at 11 o'clock from tho residence, 503 North Twelfth Street; PEGRAM'-^-Entered Into rest, at her residence, 1829 Floyd Avonue, Sun dav morning, November 26. MRS. 8ARAH, FRANCES PEORAM. ugcvl seventy-si*, widow of John T. Pc ? gram. She leavos throe children, Willi.? T.. Mat tic and Nannie, to mourn tholr loss. Funeral from the house MONDAY AFTERNOON at 3:30 o'clock. Friends , of the family invited to attend. To Aid State in Effort to Con? vict Wife of Murdering Charles Patterson. Denver, Col., November "C.?The sec? ond week or the Irlal of Mrs. Gor triide Gibson Patterson for thu mur? der of her huhiittnd, Chaib.s A. Put terson. will In-gln to-morrow with Ihe prosecution having closed Its direct case und the tiefen:-?', having placed Oil the stand Its most material witness? Mrs. Patterson. Tho defense expects to Introduce witnesses to corroborate the woman'.'- alleged abuse by her husband. An alleged eyewitness also will be placed on the stand by I lit de? fense who Is expected to corroborate Mrs. Patterson's statements us to li?iv the shooting was done. The defense, will then rest. Ill rebuttal the State will place Mi-. Mary K. Patterson, mother of the dead husband, on the Stand, and It Is ex? pected that she will testify as to ihr physical soundness of her ?011 prior lo the time he mot Gert nidi Gibson. The prosecution also will attempt to Introduce numerous letters written by Patterson to his brother, a Chicago at? torney. In which ho freely described Ills private affairs, and probably will attempt to Introduce what purports to bo the dead man's diary, written in the form of daily notes ur letters to fits mother. This diary, which was found uinoiis the dead man's effects, has been In the possession of Special Prosecutor Benson from tho first, and ho made fre? quent reference to It In his crort.s-o.x ainitiation of Mrs. Patterson. In writ? ing to his mother, July 21 last, Pat? terson suld: "When you say In your letter. 'Oh. how I wish she. would only act squarc ly and leave you Entirely and not be a snake in the grass.' you said a whole lot. If ever there was a woman who was a demon on earth In her home, and then makes outsiders believe she was terribly maltreated, p la her; tlio lies she tells and Ihe way she can purr and work on people's, feelings makes outsiders believe me a devil." court Cases Disposed of. [Special to The Times-Dispatch. I Chatham, \'a., November 26,?Since Wednesday forenoon the following cases hay.- been tried in Plttsylvunia county circuit Court: Luther Wright, colored, for attempted assault,* ninety days In Jail; Spencer Irvine, colored, for highway robbery, eighteen years in the penitentiary; John coles, colored, for burning near Spring Garden, no quit tod; Vincent Cook, colored, fur stealing tobacco, acquitted; Tom Wom uck, colored, for blll'llimr near Spring Garden; acquitted: Johnson Craddock. white, for trespass, line 15. - Self?Jennings. [Special to The 'Ulmes-Dlnpa tchi 1 Chatham. Va., November 20.?Miss Ode II. Jennings and t. W. SoH were quietly married at the homo of Rev. \V. i) Barr. In Went Chatham! Wed? nesday. Mr. Barr performing the acre nionv. in tho presence of a small gath? ering of friends. Thev will mako their home In Plttsylvanla county, about four miles from Chatham. HnIviemWiaT" MANN?In loving remembrance ol oaf sister. MRS. MARY FliORljjXCE MANN, who departed this life on* year ago?November 20, 1910. The moonlight stars are beaming ?upon a stlont grave, Whoro sleeps, without dreaming, one wo could not save. Hoeven retalneth now the treasure, earth the casket keeps, And the sunbeams love to linger where our dear sister sleeps. The flowers we lay upon her .grave may wither and decay,- ' But fresh and green her memory within our hearts shallot ay. men sisters. Farewell, mother, may your slum bora ? Ho as gentle as your love; 'And when God shall call me homo ward, Mav f meot you in Ttouven nbovn. HKR SON. ROB I: KT. Virginia Educational Association. NORFOLK, VA.. NOV. 28-DKC. I. Vln ?2.U0?ROl-ND TRIP?*2.00 CbesnpenUe and Ohio Railway. Fast trains, with Parlor Cars, loavii Richmond dally. 0:00 A. M. and 1:00 P. M: Tlc.kots on sulo November 25 to 29. Inclusive. ? "? Advertising. Results can bo produced when tho money ]? Judlcl? ously oxponded. 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