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DOCTORS 10 MEET
AT PETERSBURG Annual Session o( Southsidc Medical Association Will He Held To-Day. MURDER TRIAL IN LUNENBURG i^Irs. Gwaltney Must Answer Charge of Killing Husband. Woman Fatally Injured. The Times-Dispatch Bureau. f. Bolllngbrook Street (Telephone ISt?), Petersburg, Vn., June 10. The thirty-seventh session of the Etouthslde Virginia Medical Assocln fon w'li be held lo-morrow after- j noon In the hall of the* it IS. Lee s, hool on Washington Streot. The officers of tlie association ore: Pres- ] Went. Dr. J. IS. Bawls. Suffolk; first vice-president. Dr. B. It. Hart, Suffolk second vice-president Dr. i* i'arkerj Emporla: third vice-president, Dr. A. j. Osborm LnwronccvUle: fourth vice president. i>:. ii. A. Burke, Peters? burg; secretary and treasurer, l?r. IS. V. Heese. Courtland. The ussoclatlon comprises Ihn counties of Surry, Sus si >:. Southampton. Prince George,?? Oreonsvillo, Brunswick, Dlnwtddle. It lo of Wright. Nansemond and the eities of Petersburg and Suffolk. rol lowlne the president's address, the program called for the reading of a number of nfwers on different suli .;i ts. Among those who will sub? mit Miners are the following from P'chmond: Dr. A, G. Brown, Jr., Dr. IS, H. Terrell. Dr. J. Shelton Horsley, Dr. T. W. Murrcll, Dr. K. C. Bryan, Dr Paul \V. Ilowlc. Dr. .1. Allisor, Hodges. Dr. W. A. Plcckcr. "then who will read miners arc: l'r. \V. B. Harham, of Newsoms; Dr, It. A. Mar-" tin. i>r. J. t?. Ren nie, Dr. B. A. Jones and Dr. J Rolling Jones, of C'otors burg. At 7 o'clock P. M. the visiting doc? tors will be entertained by the Pet? ersburg faculty nt the Country Clui>, where the night session will ho hold. 'Irs. GivnItliev'N Trim for Murder. Mrs. Irma ?Gwaltney. who has booh confined in the fall In this city for the past six months on the charge of the murder of her husband. Jasper Gwaltney, at Kenbrtdge, will be tak? er, no to l.uncnburc county to-mor? row morning for trlnl in the Circuit Court of that county. Mr. and Airs. Gwaltnev were former residents Of rctet'Sburg, but had separated. lie foht'iincd employment at Kenbrldgc. Airs. Gwaltney left Petersburg for | iCeiibrldga on Saturday, October 1 I, and on the next day shot and killed her husband. She was sent to Pet? ersburg for rife keeping. By ap? pointment of Judge BnrksOnle, n com? mission of expert nllcntlstS, composed of l>rs. Drewry, Prlddy and Powell, have had the woman under observa? tion as to her sanity, and their report ?will be made to the court. Woman dually Beaten. Rebeoca Howard, a young negro wo? man, was murderously assaulted lust night about 11:30 o'clock on Market Street, near the Seaboard Air Lino Sta? tion, and the physician attending her ihinks she will die of her Injuries. Her skull was badly fractured by tin; blow of some blunt Instrument, and at the hospital a piece f.r none the size of a silver dollar was removed by Dr. Hoy. She has been unable to tell how or by whom the assault was commit? ted. Two negroes who. It is alleged, wcrfl last seen With the woman, were .?irrerted this morning on suspicion. They nrserl their Innocence of the crime. nilnrt Tiger Raided. The police Sunday afternoon, after cart ful watching and securing evidence. A special scnle of designs nnd colors for the man of w c i y 111. Nothing more becoming for nn outing suit than a blue sorgo coiil nnd white flannel trousers with n blue line. For business m blue serge with a white line or black serge with a gray line. $in to $30. Shirts, sleeveless underwear, knee length drawers, madras pajamas In specia! large sizes. Come and look. Bright straws and shining shoes! You may go ?>o fast peo? ple can't see what you wenr but foryourown comfort here tire practical motor garments. Cravenet ted auto coats si ng le and double-breasted. Serge,worsted and gaberdi 11e suits, $15 to $23. Dusters?mohair, khaki, pon? gee, linen and silk, $2.50 to $15. Caps, gloves ? also suits for the chauffeurs, $5 to $25. Chauffeurs' khaki suits, $5 to $10. Chauffeurs' serge Norfolks, $20 to $35. Caps, $2 upwards. raided the house en Phoenix street ue t'upled i>y Victoria Clark and arrested the woman on the charge of conducting a -Iii I ml tiger" and selling liquor on Sunday. A quantity oi liquor In bot? tles was seised, in the Police Court this morning ihe woman was convicted, was lined ?;>'< and sentenced to tail lev sixty days. SovcrnI disc* of Smallpo*. The health officer haii under quarah^ tine and treatment three new cases of smallpox, two of the patients coins negroes and one- a white woman, the latter 0:1 North Sycamore Street. One of the negroes has the disease in con lluont form, and both have fa ml Hub. The two negroes discovered with the disease a few Weeks ago have boon cured and discharge The Health Department is urging nil persons who have not been vaccinated to he vacci? nated at once t.. protect themselves and prevent the spread of the disease. The city ban no pest house, the one formerly in use having been destroyed by tire two or throe years ago. Municipal I'.l.-ctlon To-Morrovr. Tli- city election for Mayor and one half the members or earn branch of the Common council will take place lo-morro'w. It will he ti quiet and un? eventful election, and a light vote will '?? polled, The much talked of inde? pendent Council ticket In the Kl.it Ward has died out, und there will be no ticket before the people but the on., nominated at the primary. Petersburg has a qualified list of 1,639 white and 131 colored voters. Sudden Death of Mr?. Hamilton. Mrs. Mary A. Hamilton, wife of Wil? liam K. Hamilton, died very suddenly j l ist night of heart trouble at her home Ion upper Appomattox Street. She was' [twice married, was thirty-right years old, and Is survived by three sons and three daughters. Personal nnd Otherwise. Mr. and Mrs. .lames Alfred tinnier have issued invitations to the marriage of their daughter. Hllzazcth Kugonin, to William Rowland Hill. The wedding will take place Wednesday evening. June at 0 o'clock, at tho ecstdei.ee on High Street. Thomas h. Ivey, State Council secre? tary, left lo-st night for Boston to at? tend the annual convention of the Fu? neral Benefit Association of the Junior Order of United American Mechanics. Beginning Tomorrow, Tuesday, June 1 1 th, our Offices will be located at our New Store, /17 W. Broad E. G. Rike, Mgr. PIANOS This newspaper has been selected as the one paper in ibis cily lor the uriTunrr compllmrntarj distribution of iKls great mirk. N o W-?SH ONE mE?E-N o w The $12 Set 6 Volumes rFeat). 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Bartlos .IIod this morning, about 10 o'clock at the home of his I father, Jesse Barnes, p.: Bttrlck. lie was in bis seventeenth year, and be? sides his father, is survived tiy two Bistors, .Misses Kilon and Annie Belle, and two brothers, Osca? and Henry Barnes. Chief Joynes, of the Richmond Fire j Department, and the Police Commts-1 sinners of Richmond came over r; | Petersburg In their automobile wagons yesterday afternoon. They called on Chief Farley, who showed them all proper courtesies and escorted thent through the city. Mrs. .1. C. Hardy has Issued cards announcing tiie approaching marrlagd of her daughter. Helen, to Leslie W.l- ; tcr Dunn, of Richmond, to take place] Juno IT. everWoWgot 1 Hi EYE Oil SARAH1 (Continued From First Page.) let u white bwaiters named in the fiTt at the top of this column and the tint j teen colored contestants will all como in for prlso money. There ate four? teen prizes to lie given in the white I contest and thirteen In the colored. If the contest closed to-day the list above would be Hie list of prize winners. However, substantial Changes are to bo cxnected before next Saturday noon, al? though there win hardly be startling ! shake-ups among the lop-notchers of j each contest. I I While there Is still time enough and j opportunity for the Methodist Mission Boys to capttiro the first prise, present Indications are that the 126 win B? either lo Sarah Johnson or the Buy Scouts At an events, the Mission Boys sc. in well pluced for third money. Following in the steps of Tti? Times Dispatch's great ll\-swatting contest, the Board of Health last night voted to prows inu, servico two special In? spectors for the specilic duty of de? stroying the fly-breeding bods in the stables of Richmond. The duty of these two men will consist of frequent and careful examination of sanitary conditions around the stables, and the enforcement of regulations regarding the sprinkling of dumps with carbolic neid solution or petroleum. The Health Board I? convinced that rlgcrous enforcement of these regula? tions on the heels of the swatting campaign will make Richmond an all but flylesa city. DEATHS KAYA NA I 'ill I -iDtcd, ait her ire.sldenoJ, '.'?.'il East Mjiiln Street, -Monday, Jun-d 10, 1012, at 1-:UJ A. -\L, .MRS. JAiNE KAVtAKlAUCMI. ShK> is survived by ono sister, Miss Julia Holen; two 'brothers, Dan and John JLolen, stud tarne? chttduVn, -Mrs. Julia. M'neohan, Mrs. Nora Carrer.is and Mrs. James Dukj. Funeral from Sl .Patrick's Church WEDNESDAY MORiNliNO at 0 o'clock. Stauntou papers plcarie copy. DANK?Died. Sunday, Juno !>. at n:20 !? M., at th? residence of her datigh l r Mrs. J. 11 Redd, Jr.. "loll Hast Marshall Stn.'Srt, Mi:.-'. MATTIE .1. DANK, in the slxU'-rfirst >v*ar of her agie. She leaven one daughter, Mr<. .1. II. Redd. Jr., and two. sons. I, K. Welzel. of this eity, and 3* <?. Wct ael of 1 ,ogansport. Ind. Fun ral from St. .lames M. V.. Church THIS (Tisetsdoy) AiFTER XOON at it o'clock. Inbormetit in ilollvwood. K.noxvlllc, Tenn., papers plcaso copy. BR.1GO??T>led, 10:40 A. >t y'sfrdav, at Ms rosM ivce, dSir. Wrest Cary street, JOHN BRIOOS, in the llftyJthlrd year of his age. eFiirncifail from Sacred ID-art Cairbie dral WEDNESDAY MoltNINH at 10 o'clock. DUMFORD?Died, suddenly. Sunday. Juno 0 at - JO I'. M., MIR?. SADIE JACOBS DTJNFOBiD, wife of WH Ham Murray Dunford. in her twr.Wty" ./.ghlh yca.r of ag' v BesWtes Hier huff band, .she f??tV<M one daughiter, Dcnoro Elswortlh; two trister** Mrs. 1". F.. Rontsahn, of Westminster. Md.. and Miss Ifenore Jacobs, and onw brothor, CroVetr C. The r mains are at tho home of her m.?: .k>r-?'n-il.i w. MJm Josephine Dunford, MO North Ninth Street. The fuwerafl avill take pln..-? f.r-om Calvary (BantlM Church WEDNES? DAY, June 12, at 8 P. M. Tf?0 nor vi<v will be noimlucPod by R. v. W. T.. Ball. Inbsnmont in Riferview. Friends and aeKiuatwhawoea iwvlted to attend. IjONO? -EViteivd into rest, ail it'ir horn". r\: Mount Washington, nen.r Balti? more, on Sunday morning. MART WHjSON IiONO, in Hie eighty-ninth vear of her an?, s'r.e wias the widow of Sydnev Cheine l<ong and only daughter of B. Hancock Custfe Wil? son, of Clifton, Snmerscit OOUnly, Md. She 1s sjlrvlMsd by threo children. Mrs. C. O. S-cva.nn. of Richmond; Miss Mary Wilson Dong and NTihlsson Ix.ng. of BaKtasiOpe. I-'unera] from her late r'r'dence at 3 o'clock TUESDAY AFTFRXOON SWAT THE FLY Daisy Fly KllUr. Best on cartb. For sale at sll good storos. 13c. Annual Literary Address One Feature of Commence? ment Week. BOARD OF VISITORS MEETS Raises Requirements for Entrance Examinations?Social Festivities. Blacksburtr. Vu . June l" ?Dr. V w. Marlin, profess >r of Chemistry u the NVoman'a College, Lytichburg made the annual address to Ihu Lit- I erary Soc'ctlca of 'he Vlrgiula l'oly te'chnlc Institute this morning, this ho'no the chief foaturo "f .Monday In I commencement weok. Messrs, cm-I lelt ami Welch, presidents ot the Leo I and Mliur.v Koc'etlcs, wore on the stand with th< urntor, and Hie in- , vocation was oflercd by Itov, lit It. j Nelson. Dr. lt. II. lludnull. of tho institute dcDarlmcul of English, in? troduced L>r. Mnrtin to an audience that nearly filled the chapel. The latter chose as his subject "The In? fluence of Man's Action on Social Progress," and t'>.- address, both in BUbject matter, manner of delivery | and length, was Ideal for such an OC- I caslon. This afternoon there was a I dress parade for the Hoard of Visl- ! tors and hundreds of spectators, and j tho day ended with the lolnt celvbru tlon of the societies ami senior dance i this afternoon. The Hoard of Visitors met here to-I day. All tho members were present except Messrs. Kgglcston, Noel and Bowman, The most important ac? tion of the board was the adoption of a resolution declaring that after tho! session 1913-14 will require four? teen un'ts aa a requirement for en- i trance examination. Tho board also ordered the publl atlon In the catalog of two new decrees, chemical engi? neer and agricultural engineer. It authorized representation of the col ll in the national corn show. It. ISIHson. of tHles. was elected Stewart of the dining hall, siiiceceding J. II. .-hull/., resigned. All Other matt, rs were passed over until tlie next mcetlng^of the board, on July to, in Itoauoffe, when four new members will take their seats. Junior-Senior German. The commencement week gnyetles began Friday night with the Junior senior german. This is the compli? ment tendered the seniors each year by tlie men who will succeed them af? ter next Wednesday, and there 1? al? ways much rivalry shown from year to year as to ,1- corations, number of couples ?lanclnir and novelty of figures that are introduced. This year the committee on decorations,' under the direction of Randolph Kvans. of Am? tierst, evolved a scheme that was both unique and strikingly beautiful. The Milady's Toilet Table by Mme. U'MiLLE "Dull and iilfcloss hailr makes a wo? man look older than s,ho should. Dry Mi.impooing nmikm tho habr bright, lluIt'y and OS an?full of III'.; and lustre. I'm Jour i an.-? of powdered orris root I in a fruit j...r and mis it w 11 with an i onlgiuail puck as a of tteerox. Sprinkle |u tcaspoonful of tho mixture on the ! head on o a wttek and brush it out thoroughly. Therox tnuki ? hair grow when *v rything else falls. ' I "Tli> natural beauty of a person's .face is inarr. d by thin and straggly eyebrows and las!.;.?. Rubbing gently With pl.-.ln pyroxln will induce them to I grow ]< ir-r. thick and silky. The e>-: jbrews should bid brushid daily to train tihem t i grow into an arch. "Instead of powder and paint, use a simple complexion lotion made at home by dissolving an original package of may;.:on,> in n half pint of Witch haztti. Gently rub o-, t the face In rhj morn ? ing und all day your skin wjll tse as clear, soft and sariny as a baby's? with no dank or mttddy dlscoloratlons, "Delatono is equal to tine electric need!, i for the removal of superfluous hair, is pos<itilvely paintess, and not nearly s., KorpemrtVe. Just mtx a little <1 1 ait one with water: cover the- wild had Is with tills past.>: let it re-main two minutes; then wash tin; ?kin. und thf 'hairs v. .11 be R'one." After Shaving A IR-FLOAT Talcum re? moves the shiny redness and elves that smooth, natural, wholesome effect that men covet. TALCUM PUFF CO. Mlnrrstml UanutMturem Bu.hTermlnal Building Brooklyn, N. V. The Implement Co. ' RICHMOND. VIRGINIA, have just issued a new and complete Farm Implement Catalog giving up-to-date in? formation and prices of Corn and Cotton Planters, Wheel and Disk Cultivators, Dump and Farm Wagons, Engines, Threshers, Saw and Planing Mills, Metal and other Roofings, Buggies, Harness, Saddles, Barb Wire, Fencing, etc. Our prices are very reason? able for first-class supplies. Correspondence solicited. Catalog mailed free on request Write for it. *lhe Implement Co., 1302 E. Main St., Richmond, Va. Next Sunday W? will giv.j full pamMcularw of our Icjwo Prize Offer. Save nnlsy Bread Ixubola. American It rend ana Baking Co. Tells Consumptives How He Got Well T-ahrrrulosls In salu to be corah!" by sim? ply living- In tlip open nlr anil taking anun.Innre of frcr-h eggs anil milk. Un? doubtedly, some persons aro benefited I" this ???: ; but an effective remedy lorCon (umptton is Rekman's Alterative. Do all you possibly run to a<ld to strength and Increase weight. Kat wholesome, nourish-j ing food. Ilreathe the cleanest ami purest | nlr nn.l the tonic and lu-ncficl.il effects Of Kchinnii's Alterative. Itesd what It did | in this ease: I an Wesl Street. Wilmington. Del. "Oenllemen: in January! INI, l wan | taken with hemorrhages "f the lungs. My ! physician, >>n,. ,>- the leading practitioners, , *ald that ii was lung :ronl>??. My em? ployer (t.lpplncotl & Co., Department Store, :ios to en Market Street. Wilmington, Del.), recommended Rekman's Alterative ami I began inking U at once. This was about June. 15"? i continued rnlthfully, u*ln? no other remedy, nn.l I now h?v? n" iron!.:., with niv lungs. I nrmly believe Bckman's Alterative saved my life. i regard my recovery *? being mirn.ru lotia" 'Slcnrd Affidavit) JAS. SQUIRES. Rekman's Alterative i? effective in lirnn rhlii?. Asthma, liny Fever, Throat and Lung ) i roubles, ami in upbuilding* ihr system, i Does not contain poisons, opiates or habit- ' forming drugs. Vor *n;? hv Owens A Minor Drug-Co and other lending druggists. Ask roi booklet triune of reeoverlen and write I to Rekman's Uiiii.nu.iry. Philadelphia, Pa . '?>r additional evidence. large ballroom was mule to rcprcsont tin out-of-doors Japanese fete, and 111 currying this out forest and flower garden were despoiled <>i their trens-i Lie.-. Across one end of the ro"m a pagoda was built, with the contro aiij nrchway, the green lighted by flowers, litis surrounded by a rustic fence, and' tin stand from which fruit lemonade wus served placed at the end. Prom tin centre of the celling n hug.- Japan-! t se umbrella was suspended, and from this hung lanterns to enoh corner of. tho room; the walls were covered with arches of cedar and over the door was' an electric sign forming the w?ros "Junior-Senior" In the class colors, i ! The large stage and music stand were converted into a Japanese wood-1 I land scene with n background carry- ', ing out this Idea, n mountain In ^jio| distance, n most dcceptlvo bank of. i lotlds and the moon holding the cen? tre. Developments showed that behind the representation of tho moon there I was an electric light, this turned on In' the first gcrman lliture. nnd the other lights all put out and thJ ballroom ap? parently flooded with moonlight, the' effect being heightened by tho Japan? ese parasols given each young '\oman as a favor and opened ever each cou? ple as the march proceeded. Ilun , 11 r, < 1 h of Hags of all nations w ere hung ale,ut the room, lending the variety ' of color that was needed. '? c.ird.m I.efebvre, of Richmond, with Miss Kathleen ClarltO, Of Kadford, as? sisted by Peyton 1'.. I'vans with Mrs. I Thomas, "T Roanoke, led the many pretty llguros. nnd among the eighty I i copies dancing were young w omen I from all the schools and colleges of Virginia, nnd from all parts of this as well tin other States. The chaperons I resent Included tho v. omen of the institute faculty ami " l Blacksburg, the parents of the cadets who aro here I' visit them and others who have Parties of young women iti their i barge. Supper was served In tho dining hall at midnight, covers being laid for 250, and the german ended at 2:30. Sophomore Class Ilnniniet. j The class of 131-1. V. 1'. I., gave Its I annual bunouct Friday night In the i college dining hnll, a portion of which was lavishly decorated In tho class ? olors, yellow and ol<l gold. After a very elabornto menu bad been enjoy? ed the following toasts were respond? ed to by llr. Bnrrlnger and members of the faculty, J. H. Austen acting as j toastmnstor: "The Sophomore," Pros ! Ident Itarrlnger; "Knocking," Dr. C. M Newman; "Hearing and Doing." Dr. 1'. D. Wilson; "What College Lafo Should lie." Dr. N. S. Mayo; "Char? acteristics of a Sophomore." Professor C. B. Vawter; "College Spirit." Pro? fessor C. P. Miles; "Athletics," Pro? fessor tiOCkhardt. Officers of the class for tho year are: President. C. A. Cutchlns, Jr., of Richmond; Vice-Pres? ident. W. U. Wysor. of 1 ulaskl; Treas urer, J I"- McKce; Secretary, S. A. Commencement Concert. A new feature of commencement week this year, and one that attract? ed a very largo audience, traa the con? cert in the college chapel Saturday evening. Professor Harry Oudheim had trained a chorus of forty voices for the occasion, and the singing of these, the selections by tho ?le? Club and the playing of the orchestra was enthusiastically received. Solos by Mrs. Ceorg.' Otis Meade. of ChrlStinnS burg; J- H. Pogleman and P. A. Pear sal, of V. P. I., took tho audlenco by storm nnd tho encores were not to bo refused. THE WEATHER. i ore rast I Virginia?Fair Tues da y said Wednesday. Verth Carolins?Fair Tuesday and probably "Wednesday. .Special Local Data for Yesterday. 12 noun tompiirai-iire. 73 H P. M. tempera/tun:1. 1< Maximunf tcnvpcraiuro up to 8 P. M.s. 16 Minimum te.nYPera.tur> tip to X P. M.- 52 Mean -tcVripc-rature. 64 Normal uesnponaLurts. i*4 Dclicf- ivc.y in temperature. IU Dclicienc'y (n fjemporarturo since ?March 1 . jo Accum. uVfiolonoy in tenrpiriraiuro siin?M January 1. 457 Excess in ralrsfafll since Maccta. ???? '.61 ACCUnn. CXIOKM in rainfall since January 1 .3.48 Local Observation S P, M. Yesterday. T unpers lure . 67 Humidity . 57 Wind direction .SoutMcast Wind, velocity . 8 Weather .Cl'eair CONDITIONS IX IMPORTAKT i'IXIES. (At. 8 I' .M. Eastern Standard Time.) Plane ThST, H T. I.T. WoaPher R1e;hsJond _ ?2 76 f.2 Ci ar AishoTfTe . 64 70 r>4 r. <-loudy Atlanta . 68 7S 60 p. ?loydy A'tlarrolc City.'. 62 74 60 Clear Bos-ton . 10 7 6 RS Cloudy liuffalo ,V. 60 64 RX Clen.T Calgary . 74 7? It Cle>ar Chartcsbon ... 70 74 62 Cloudy Chl/agO . 66 62 C.iear Denver ........ 61 74 54 Rain DuLubh . 58 6i 54 Rn?Tl Oulvloston .... 7*5 91) 74 Cloudy llautara* . 6| 7" 6 1 P. < loudy Kansas City .. 76 71 6*1 Cloudy Lonlsvlllo _ 78 84 62 Cloudy Mou'tgomr-ry ..73 71 66 OlQitdy N?W Orleans.. 88 7 1 r.6 f lea.r New York- 68 74 56 Clear Norfolk . 62 70 60 CKetir Oklahoma - 72 76 6S CJesir Pittsburgh ... 72 TO i"0 Clonr RaleUgh . 6R 76 60 P. cloudy ft. Tyoiils ..... 76 so Kt Cloudy St. Paul 66 72 r,6 Clear San Fraffcls^Kt 58 61 r,2 CVa.r Savannah - 70 74 66 Cloudy Spokane . 83 84 53 TV clcrudy I Tairraa . 74 83 7 2 Radn ' Wash.. T> O. .. 70 76 60 Clear Winnipeg .... 60 64 SS Raiin Wythovtne . . 64 7.2 53 Oitiar MI XTATTTflE AWIAXAO, June 11. 1913. ?mon TIDE. Sun rises..'.. 4:?0 M'r.rn'intr. ?* .12:54 Sun s?ts. 7:211 r-vcnli*.g. . ? . 1:13 SWAT THE FLY Daisy Fly Kilter. Best on earth. For sale at all good stores. 15a. Found Dead in Clubhouse Grounds, Where He Had Been Playing Golf. [Special tn Tho Times-Dispatch.] Baltimore, Md., Juno 10.-_Mj.jor W. Stuart Symington, 0110 of the city'.i widely known men, who spoil*, yester-.' day with friends at the Flk Itldgc Hunt Club, was stricken with apoplexy while walking through u grove near tiio club? house, and died during the night. Iii? body was found this morning and was removed to tho home of his son. Thomas II. Symington, ?18 llldgewood (load, Itolnnd l'ark. Major Symington ap? parently was In good lioalth Sunday afternoon, for ho greatly enjoyed a game of golf. Tho funeral will be Wed? nesday afternoon. Cut ial will be In I Iroenmount Cemetery. Major Symington was born in Bal? timore January 6, 1S3'.*, and was a son of Thomas and Angelina. Stuart Hy mlngton. lie was a grandson os James Symington, who came to Baltimore from Scotland In 1780. He was brought up in Baltimore, and when the Civil War broke out he gave bis services to the Confederates, serving throughout the war on tho staff of General Pickctt. He married Miss tails Sklpwith row? ers .a daughter of ItsV. Pike Powers, of Richmond. After tho war Major Sy? mington returned to Baltimore and eii tcrcd thifc fertiliser business. He was a member of the Maryland Club, the I'.Ik Ittdge Hunt Club und tho Baltimore County Club. Ha is survived by U sister, Mrs. John Janney; a half-sister, Mrs. Mary DttW son; one half-brother, John F, Syming? ton, and seven sons: Thomas 11. Sy? mington, president of tho T. I*. Syming? ton Company; W. S. Symington, Jr., Commander Powers Symington, in com? mand of President Taft's yacht, the Mayflower; John S. Symington, of a i Hambleton banking linn; B. II. Symlng | ton, who Is In Chicago, und Donald sy I mlngton. OBITUARY V Itrovru Vnu Pelt. (Special lo The Times-Dispatch. 1 liarrlsonburg, \'a, Juno 10.?N. Brow.ll V tu Pelt, seventy-two years old, Confederate veteran, director of the Valley Turnpike t'ompany and well known farmer, died yesterday at bit, home at Burkvtown. He leaves his widow and three sons and six daugh? ters, Including Miss Brownie van Pelt, of South Boston: Misses Mary and ; Llllle Van Pelt, of the Homo und Ke? in.a Hospital, Lynchburg. He was a member of tho Methodist church and prominent Democrat. Funeral of Mrn. Innlry. I [Special to Th? Times-Dispatch. 1 Cape Churl.-.". Va.. June 10?The fu? neral ol Mrs. Bdha Sterling Insley. twenty-seven years old. who died at the home of lor pan nts. Mr. and Mrs. I \V. II. Sterling, Saturday, took plucn at 3 o'clock this afternoon at Bethany .Methodist Episcopal Church, the Itov. V. K. Marttndale, D. D. of Salisbury, Md., conducting the services, assist? ed by Rev. Howard Davis, pastor, and ?Rev. J. H. Holloway, pastor of Centen I nry M. K. Church, Sob III. Interment was ' made In Cnpo Charles Cemetery. W. Hampton Merrhnnt. [Special lo The Tlmos-Dlspatch.] Frederlcksburg, Vs., Juno 10.?W. Hampton Merchant, son of the late, Ki.ius It .Merchant, who was form.T I ly associated 'with bis father in the newspaper business in Fredericksburg, ?died at the home of his mother here last evening after a ling, ring illness, aged forty-five years. Mr. Merchant hnd been engaged In work In Bleh I mono, returning to his former home ! her? several months p.go much broken I_._ CffThis summer on the veranda or on the lawn under the shade trees? at your summer home, on vacation, or just a day's outing in the country?if you take a Victrola along you may have the world s greatest singers to enter? tain you; great bands and orchestras to play in con? cert or for the dance. Attractive, isn't it. Cost= very little. Easy terms. Let us arrange an outfit for you. ThefiNieyfJompami Successor* Coble Plnno Co. 213 Klint Hr.,ml Street. In health and contliiuInK to grow weaker until the end He 1b rjurvlv ed by bis mother, live sisters and oti? brother. The funeral will take pin bete from the Methodist Church, Tut! day afternoon at r. o'clock and hur'al will be In the city cemetery. Job ii Henry Duke. Cartersvltle. Va., June 10.?John Henry Duke died nt his home nit fat lersvlllo on Mcnday afternon at o'clock. lie was eighty-one years age, and was stricken w th uarnlya several dayi ago and never rallied T! runeral will be hsltl In tbe Methodist? Church at Cateravllle at 3 o'ch Tuesday, with Intermont In tho ce: tery there. Charles W, Stanglen. Hamilton. Va., June 10.?Charie? Stanglen. secretory of the Virginia C.rutid Aerie of Hagle?, stat'stlcian the Virginia Flremon's Association, ant! it former local newspaper man. died to-day in his home In Phoebus. |f< was forty-two years old. He Is 1 vHred by his widow, mother, one broth? er und three sisters. EIGHT MURDERED WHILE SLEEPING (.Continued from First I'lu,'" > hundreds of country people cam.: the village to-day and to-nlrjht. Tho murderer apparently went aboil Ms work deliberately. Ail Indication are that be entered tho house by front door with a key; that ha let tbe same way and locked the door b> hind him. After pulling down all the blinds thing which the Moores never did, th murderer hund dress skirts, which h recured from a closet, over each the tloors lending to the outsld. an also over windows where a Hash < light might have penetrated from ti: outside. Rearranging Your Files Library Bureau is the only concern of its kind that maintains an expert staff to rearrange or bring up to date filing systems that have been neglceted and are out of order. This staff is constantly employed by the largest concerns throughout the country. One of this staff may be ahle to effect* an important economy in your business. This is a great service. Let us explain it fully. Library Bureau D. 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