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UV STONE AMID
STRAINS OF DIXIE
'Patriotic Airs and Masonic
Honors Mark Ceremonies at
MECCA OF WHOLE SOUTH
Colonel White Calls States to
Assist in Making Institute
Amid tho strains of "I.Mxie" nnd ttio
patriotic ulna of tho united country,
the members f Richmond 1/hIkc No.
1?. A. I", and A. M.; towered into Its
placo yesterday aftcrucon the corner
stotio of the Confederate Memorial In?
stitute, planned hv tho Southorn peo?
ple to become the I'anthcon of tho
Confederacy, On tho improvised plut
form resting; upon tho completed ilrst
floor of the rising building, stood 200
representatives from lit* Confederate
organisations, from municipal and
State governments and from the city
bong before the exercises opened
with the singing of "America." by the
assembled people at 1:45 O'clock, every
seat on the limited platform was oc?
cupied. The overflow crowd was forc?
ed to make itself as i ernfortuble as
possible on adjacent lumber piles nnd
mounds of building material. A blis?
tering summer sun .votkod overtime
during th" whole ceremony, but the
wailing crowd stuck it out bravely to
Veterans Attend In Hod?.
As befitted the o< euslon, a largo
number of Confederate Veterans from
the Soldiers' Home and Lea C?mp wit?
nessed the exercises;. The detachment
from Lee (.'amp formed at the Soldiers'
Horns at 4:30 o'clock, and, together
with the old soldiers, hiaichcd to Ken?
sington Street, where they were Join?
ed by the Mnsons and the Commandery
of St. Andrew, No. 13. Knights Temp?
Tho band of the Richmond bight In?
fantry Blues headed the column In J
tho march to tho Memorial Institute I
and was followed by the brilliantly
Uniformed Templars Next followed |
the whlte-frocked Masons, and after I
them the company from L'c Camp i
ijist of nil, straggling and Infirm of
Step, came the halting Bray line from J
the Soldiers' Home.
Address By Colonel White.
Only half of the marching column
Could find seats on the platform, the
rest remaining below with the over
flow crowd, during tho two hours of
ceremony which followed. Prayer
was offered hy Rev. James T. Fair,
D. D., and was followed by the
elaborate Masonic ritual provided for
occasions of this kind. The Hlues
Hand filled In the designated pauses
with patrlot'c sf lections and was as?
sisted by a special Scottish Rite choir
Colonel Robert White, of Wheeling,
W. Vn . making the. principal address ,
of the occasion, went exhaustively In?
to the history of the movement for
the construction of a great .Southern
memorial hall, and traced the dlffl, ul
tlcs which were one by one surmount?
ed before the work was brought to
tho successful stago In which It finds
Itself to-day. In the course of his
historical sketch he spoke warmly of
the important place In the movement
of the late Charles Broadway Koueb.
who, ho said, was first to conceive
the Ide;.. of a great Battle Ahhey of
the Confederacy. To his financial aid,
he said, was due In large part the
esa of the undertaking.
To Illustrate Smith'? Grandeur.
Colonel \vhit?- thought it particular?
ly appropriate that the memorial tem?
ple of the Soutfi should, he placed In
Richmond, the war capital of the Con
federncy. In It. he said, should be
gathered statues, paintings, portraits,
only Bottled Beer in constant demand on
Land and Season all Buffet and Dining Qars,
at Motels, Clubs, Gafes and Homes.
f Stittted with Crown* Pf Corh? Only at
p the Home Plant in St, touts
St. Louis, Mo.
Jos. Stumpf, Mgr.
of the Utmost
Here wc show tor the first time our new
home, 117 West Broad Street, where wc will
he after June ist. Preparations in the new
building arc being pushed with all possible
speed, so as to make room ior the entire
stock of new pianos which is to fill the store.
To dispose of all Pianos now on hand wc
arc planning a Removal Sale which will
surpass anything ever offered the people
of Richmond! We advise every music lover
to watch this week's papers for announce?
E. G. RIKE, Mgr.. 205 E. Broad St.
LAYING CORNERSTONE OF CONFEDERATE BATTLE ABBEY
Photo by Foster.
a library and other things commemora?
tive of the South, Its people, its
statesmen and Its soldiers. In order
that generations to came may have
preserved to them a record of the
South as It was during and Immediate?
ly following the war. He called upon
the sovereign Southern States to co?
operate in the work of filling the ab?
bey with historical objects.
Lieutenant-Governor J. Taylor Klly
son. president of the Confederate Me?
morial Association, delivered the box
coiits/lning Interesting contemporary
records, to the officiating Masons. Rev.
[. It. Mason. I). D., closed the exercises
with a benediction.
The Scottish Itite choir, which as?
sisted the Blues' Hand with the musi?
cal program, was under the direction
of Joseph P. White, and Included Mrs.
W. F.Monell, Mrs. George K. Harper.
Miss Patience V. Isaacs. Mrs. T. II.
Ferren. C. Ralph Ludw-g. Frederick C.
Jone? and C. Joseph Kinder.
Impressive Exercises Held inj
5 Bolllngbr^ok Street
Petersburg, Va., May 20.
The beautiful memorial window,
erected by Texas In Blandford Church,
in memory of the Confederate dead of
that State whos? remains rest In
Blandford Cemetery, was unveiled this
afternoon with simple but Impressive
ceremonies. Tho church was filled
with representatives of the various i
Confederate organizations of the city
ami many others. Tho ceremonies
were opened with the ringing of the
Doxology, the repetion cf the Apostles'j
Creed and prayer offered by the Rev.
C. B. Bryan. D. D.. after which the
hymn. "How Firm a Foundation," was,
On behalf of the. State of Texar,
Professor Arthur Kyle Davis, of thU
city, In a brief address, presented thei
window to the Ladies' Memorial Asso?
ciation, into whose sacred care and
keeping all the State memorial win?
dows have been committed.
The veil was drawn from the Texas
window by Mrs. Mollle It. McGIU
Rosenberg. of tlalveston, through
whose interest and Instrumentality in
the main the Texan window was se?
On behalf of the Ladles' Memorial
Association, the window was received
by the Rev. C. I!. Bryan. D. 1"?., In a
vory appropriate address. The cero
monlcB were concluded with tho DOX
ology anil benediction.
On tho 3d of June, the anniversary
of the birth of Pres'dcnt Jefferson
Davis, the two State windows of Flor?
ida and Georgia will be unveiled and
dedUckited. The ceremonies on this I
occasion will be more elaborate. These
two windows will complete tho splen?
did church memorial, in -which every
Southern iStat.- will be represented.
Several Deaths. ,
Mrs. Mary It. Hubbard, widow of
John T. Hubbard. widely known and
much esteemed in tho community,
died yesterday morning at her home
on Shepard Street after an illness of
four days. Sh,- was In the seventy
fifth year of her age. and Is survived
by eight sons nn.l daughters, nearly
all residing In Petersburg.
John T. Alley, of this rlty. died
very suddenly nt the Williamsburg
Hospital yesterday while, sitting at
the dinner table. Mr. Alley had re?
sided a great many yeiirs in Peters?
burg, and was also well known In
Sussex county. The body will bo
brought to Petersburg for burial. He
Is survived by seven daughters, living
in this city and near vicinity.
Caroline Blount, a worthy colored
woman and a typical "mammy" of
anto-war times, died yesterday at her
home on Hickory Street nt. nn ad?
vanced age. She was iborn a slave
in Brunswick county. She enjoyed
the respect of both white and colored
Revival Meetings Begin.
Revival meetings, which are des?
tined to arouse wide Interest, were
begun In the First Baptist Church
yesterday 'by the pastor, the Rev.
L. M. Roper. D- D., who -will be the
preacher during their continuance of
two weeks or more. An Interesting
feature of these meetings will be a
large choir chorus, and special sing?
ing by Mr. and Mrs. Charles TJ. But?
ler and Miss Anderson as soloists.
Meetings will ne held twice .a . day.
? There were twenty conversions In the
Sunday-school and four additions to
the church yesterday.
The body of tho late Dr. Samuel A.
Hlnton, who died suddenly at Wceks's
Island Friday night, where he was
visiting his son. reached ' Petersburg
this afternoon, and the funeral will
take place to-morrow evening pt 6'
o'clock from Grace Episcopal Church.
The medical faculty hove adopted
resolutions of respeet to his memory,
and will attend the funernl In a body.
His sons, Ross. Of Oklahoma, and Olli
Hinten, of Louisiana, arc here to at?
tend the funeral.
?cro Trespasser* Arrested.
Harwell Brothers, of th's city, this
morning received a carload of cabbages
shipped to them on Saturday from
Charleston. S. C. When the car was
opened four negro men were found
locked therein. They were arrested by
the police and will ba *lf>l*1 on tho
charge of trespass. They gave their
names as Ira Adwill. Trank White.
Robert Curtis and James Curry. They
explained their presence In the car in?
stating that th^y had loaded It with
cabbages In Charleston on Saturday,
and being weary, had fallen asleep In
R and were locke,! up. They had noth?
ing to oat on tli' ir trlt> but raw cftb-j
h;iges. but the several empty liquor
bottles found with th'iltl was evidence
that thev had plenty to drink._
Chapin & Hums,
Real Estate Auctioneers.
FCBLIC AUCTION SALE
NO. 1715. BET. VINE AND ALLEN AVE.
We will sell, on the premises
TUESDAY. MAY 21. 1912.
at 6 o'clock I'. M..
the property above referred to. which
consists of a brick dwelling of eight J
room>. bath, ranga, hot and cold
water, pantry, etc.; latrobe heat; al?
ways occupied by good tenant; now [
irentlng for $300; in good condition.
TERMS; Easy, and announced at j
CIIA PTN A ITI'ME.
I By J. Thompson Brown & Co.,
DESIRABLE CENTRALLY LOCATED I
TWO-STORY FRAME DWELLING,
NO. 710 CLAY STREET, NEAR
EIGHTH STREET. ON THE PREM?
TUESDAY, MAY 21,
5:30 P. M.
Contains eight rooms; city Improve-;
mentis, and in good order. Its near?
ness to business, schools, etc., makes
lit desirable and commands ready ten
I ants. Pays well as a permanent In?
vestment or will make you a snug
home, with rood surroundings. It must
be sold, and a bargain can be had.
TERMS: Very liberal, and announced
J. THOMPSON BROWN & CO.,
TheMeitte Auction Co.
. r AUCTIONEERS;
O I 8 CA9T BRQADST.
AUCTION SALE OE GROCERIES DRY'
GOODS, SHOES. DRUGS, ETC.
Wc will sell, at Pag,'- Commissary,
No. 1652 East Franklin Street, a large
quantity of railroad unclaimed freight
TUESDAY, MAY 21,
commencing at 10:SO o'clock.
This stock consists of various kinds
of Groceries, Soaps. Smoking and
Chewing Tobacco. Cigars, Cigarette?,
1 <r. Bell's Drugs and other popular
brands of drugs, Ramon's Stock and
Poultry Powd< rs, Paint in cans, two
barrels Paint, Crockery, Glassware,
Enameledwarc. Tinware. Pictures and
Pletur- Frames, roll Linoleum. Refrig?
erators and other Furniture. Shoes,
Clothing, about 1,500 yards Whit > .-ir:d
Yellow Cottons. OalTcocs, Percales,
Ginghams. Laces. Notions, etc.
Merchants invited to attend this
sale. Good, clean stock. The goods
have b*oh opened and assorted and
ready for inspection. Page always
I TUM VALENTINE AI'CT ION CO
Auction ?wlc?, JFutttre Baps
By Pollard ft Bagby,
Auction Sale to the Highest
Bidder of No. 320
We will sell at auction, on the pram
TIII'RSDAY. MAY 23.
at ? o'clock,
the above mentioned desirable eight
room modern brick house The prop
crty will positively >>e -sold, so com
I and get a bargain.
TERMS: $500 cash: balance easy.
POLLARD & BAGBY.
Broad Street Store
DO NOT PHON*E.
J. A. Connelly & Co.
&uxtUmj6,alr.8. Qfti?JEap^ j
By A. J. Ch?>wnlng Cj>npan>\
Real Bstade Auctioneers.
That Most Attractive
Brick Dwelling, No.
1619 Paik Ave.
<>N TUESDAY. MAY. 21. 1913. j
at C o'clock P. M.
The attractiveness nnd converiene.??
of this property ure loo numerous to
mention In an advertisement.
Cornsr lot. fronting m fe?t on Park
Avenue, with three-story stock prick
dwelling, up-to-daito in construction,
large and attractive recaption room,
"late roof, well ventilated and light
cellar, in which the lnundrv is located.
This property Is specially adapt.-1,
for the use of a doctor or other pro?
fessional man. as it has several rooms
with a separate otitra.nce from the
main llonr. which can he used as Indi?
cated without Interfering with the
residential port in any way.
As th% owner has determined to sell,
you can come to this sale with the as
surane- that the property will he sold
almost regardless of price.
a. j. <:iiRW.\-in<; ro>rr.\ny.
auction feakss, Jfutute ?qp?
Sale of Refused
j We "will sell at public auction, to
I tho highest bidder, unless otherwise
disp-oscd of, at our froiff.". t warehouse,
! corner Seventeenth and Marshall ?ts..
WEDNESDAY. MAY 22, 1312.
commencing at 10 A. M..
various lots of Dry Goods, Clothing.
Hugs, Druggets, Furnitur?, Hardware
and miscellaneous articles of every
The public Is requested to attend.
Elevated seats provided lor ladies, and
I sprcial accommodation will he af?
forded out-of-town buyers for ship?
Tilt: CHESAPEAKE & OHIO RY. CO.
1. L. SCHBRKR.
General Claim Agent.
Heal Estate Agents and Auctioneers,
723 East Main Street.
At tlie request of the owner, wa will
offer for 6ale at public auction, on the
WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1912,
at 6:30 P. M?
that well built twu-siory store and
dwelling, No. 3122 and 3124 P Street,
now occupied as a general grocery
store, and two franu- houses directly
In the rear, known as No*. 100s and
loio North Thirty-second Street. Tho
property on P Street has a frontagj
of 6? fc-M, running 1>ack 13b feet, more
! or less.
I An ideal location for a wood or coal
' yard or general merchandise business.
As this property is located In a rapidly
enhunclng section of the city, this salj
should attract the attention of In?
vestors seeking business of this kind.
The two houses Immediately in the
rear of this properly are occupied by
flrst-class tenants at a good rental.
This sale should attract tne attention
of investors or speculators.
TERM:?: Announced at sale.
By Sutton & Co.,
Real Estate Auctioneers.
TRUST Ii RS' AUCTION SALB
A VALUABLE PIECK OF GROUND AT
TUB NORTHWEST CORNER OF
BURNS STREET AND FOURTH
AVENUE, HIGHLAND PARK. WITH
A LARGE BRICK BUILDING ON
By virtue of a certain defd of trust
to tho undersigned trustees, dated
March 29. 190?, duly recorded In the
clerk's office of Henrlco Circuit Court
In I'. B. 176-A,, page .129, which was
given to secure the payment of a cer?
tain bond therein tustitioned. default
having been made in tho Pal meat of a
portion ol said bond, and being re?
quired so'to do by the board of direc?
tors of the Northslde Mutual Building
and Loan Association, we shall offer
for sale at public auction, upon the
WEDNESDAY, may 1912,
at C o'clock P. M.,
the property above described.
The lot has a front on the north side
of Burns Street, at the northwest cor
nar of Burns street and Fourth Ave?
nue, of 110 feet, and runs back .be?
tween lines of Irregular depth, tha
eastern one of which has a depth of
r about 100 feet and the western line
(which runs along tho eastern line of
n 20 foot alley) a depth of about 375
There Is on the property a large
brick building, which could he utilized.
There |s also on the lot .Vnout forty
nice fruit trees of different vartetles.
TERMS: Cath as to expenses of sal
all taxes to day "I" sale, and the sum
of $1.137.24, with Interest on same from
April 4. 1910; the balance upon a credit
of six and twelve months, with Inter
est from day of sale, th ? d ferred
payment? to be secured by a deed of
trus-t upon the property: or all cash,
at the option of the purchaser.
F. T. SUTTON,
W. H. DUNN.
C. W, VAUGHAN,
Adam a W- schier. Auctioneer.
920 Pa. Aye., n. \v? Washington, i>. c.
TUP. ENTIRE PUItNlSHINGS AND
EQUIPMENT Or THE LA NORMAN
Dtfi HOTEL. FIFTEENTH AND I
STREETS, N. W.. WASHINGTON,
j D. C, CONTAIN INC, ABOUT 1 ,i I
ROOMS, BY PUBLIC AUCTION IN
MONDAY. MAY 27. 1912.
at 10 o'clock A. M..
and continuing dully at the same hoar
until all Is sold.
TERMS: Cash: " .
HOWARD Sj RBESIPE,
frank P. LBBTOH,
Kral C?tntc j-ot ixent
I>urge, commodious suburban dwell?
ing, twelve rooms, hot w?t?r heat.
Three or four acres ground; various
'outbuildings. Beautiful lawn of more
than an acre. Choice location. Four
squares from Highland Park car line.
Modern suburban hom> of seven
rooms; som* six or seven acres land;
right at Station; only four miles out;
excellent train service,
$360 Per Annum
Mcc lfre-ixwenport-taylor co.
auction fettles, jfiitutt E>a*-U
R y ""Or oTn^fc^R <?7l d.' *
Real Estate Auctioneers.
TRUSTEE'S AUCTION SAX.E
That Attractive and
Very Desirable Sub?
urban Home, on Four
qurean Lane, One of
Our Most Beautiful
joining the Former
Home of Thomas C.
By virtue of a (certain deed of trust,
dated May 16. l!Hu, and recorded In
the Henrlco county Circuit Court
clerk's offloa, in 1). B. 1SS-B. page 321.
default having buen made in tho pay?
ment of a portion of the debt secured
thereby, and having been required by
the beneficiary thereunder so to do. we,
the undersigned trustees, ?will, on
SATURDAY, MAY 25. 1312.
at 5:30 o'clock P. M.,
on the premises, proceed to sill at
public auction tne property conveyed
All that certain lot of land, with a
frame dwelling and all uthor Improve?
ments thereon, lying and being In the
county of Honrlco, Va., about one mile
north of the city of Richmond, begin?
ning at the northeastern Intersection
of the Richmond and Henrlco Turn?
pike and Pourqurean's Dane, thencj
] running eastwardly along the north?
ern line of Pourqurean's I-tine two
hundred and ninety t-tiO) feet, and ex?
tending back two rundred and forty
Lhras (24S) feet six (til inches, and
containing 1.827 acres, more or less.
The dwelling Is exceptionally well
I built. With ten largo rooms, Ijath, lava?
tory, etc. There are also on the prop?
erty a servants' dwelling, containing
four rooms; large ;ta.ble, carriage
house, cuicken house and numerous
other outbuildings, which, with a largo
yard, ample shade, tine water, a va?
riety of trull, beautiful shrubbery ana
healthful surroundings, combine to
make this an ideal suburban home.
This property Is only a s*hort dis?
tance from two car lines, with a grano?
lithic sidewalk all the way to one of
To attend this sale, take Highland
Park ear at Seventh and Broad Streets
not later than 5:18 P. M., and get olt
at Pourqurean's Lane; ko westwardly
a short distance, and you will lind tho
r.ei flag und some one to show you
Thl> Is a rare chance to buy a coun
Irv home, only a few minutes from the
Heart of the city, at half its value, aa
tri:.- property IS going to be. sold for
the high dollar,
E. Ij. RUPFIN,
W. P. R.EDD.
N". H?Whereas thj above sale is for
ca?h, yet very liberal terms can bt
had upon application to the auction?
By C. I* & H. E. Denoon,
Real Eetat,. Auctioneers.
SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION*
SEVERAL HANI >SOME BUILDING
LOTS IN OINTER PARK. FRONT
l.N'li ON HAWTHORN. NOBLE AND
MOSS HIDE AVENUJSS.
At the request of owner, who Is de?
termined to Bell, wc will offer at pub
he- auction, on the premises.- on
WEDNESDAY, MAY 22 1912.
at ti o'clock P. M?
mo feet on the east side of Noble Ave?
nue, beginning 165 feet north of AVest
wood Avenue, and said lol3 also havo
frontage of 30D feet on Moss bldo Ave?
Immediately after this s:i!e we will
offer i"" foot on the west snlo of
Hawthorn Avenue, near Walton Ave?
nue. Thes.. lots are very desirable
for building purposes, and should at?
tract the attention of investors and
PERMS: Very easy, and announced
C. l. & II. l he NOON.
Hv N. W. Howe & Sun.
Real Estate Auctioneers.
COMMISSIONER'S AND BXECPTOR'S
NO. 427 WEST MAIN STREET, AT
In conformity with a decree of the
Chancery Court of the city of Rich?
mond rendered May 20, 1011. In tha
suit of "Anne E. George's executor vs.
Robinson et als.." 1 will s.ll by public
auction, on the premises, on
THURSDAY. MAY 2:1. 1912.
St t", o'clock P. M .
that desirable eight-room dwelling
atbove referrod to, with the lot upon
which it stands, fronting 18 feet and
running back about 180 feet to 11 pith
He' alley in th? rear. Main Street prop?
erties '.-ire logically moving up In
values bocause it Is rapidly becoming
, , 3S thoroughfare. Attend and
get a bargain.
" TERMS; one-third cash, and the
residue in two tqufl Instalments, at
slv and twelve months, for notes, with
in*?r m added and title retained; or
all cash, st tho option of- the pur?
chaser. CAURIE M. COLQUITT.
Executrix of -V. E. George, deceased.
and Special Commissioner.
j hereby certify that the bond re.
nulred of the aforesaid special com?
missioner has been duly given.
C. O. S-wille. Clsrk.