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Social and j
Personal
Minx T?is Gam na way Richardson, of
Orovo Avenue, loft town Monday for
"Wythevrlie, wher,. will lie. enter
<alned at a house party given by Mr.
nhd Mrs. John Miller, of Richmond. Mr.
and Mrs. Miller have taken a house
nt Wythevlllo for Che summer season,
and win have a number of young girls
os tholr guests daring tin- months of
July .and August.
Miss? Kaythleon lir.xtcr IRJohetrdson
has gone to Virginia Reach, where shi
V' a giltst of /Trs John Munce at her
? ottagc there, she will return to Rich?
mond next week
Itetiirned to Westover,
Hishop pears lfiirrold passed through
Richmond la.?t week from Harvard to
spend the summer with his mother.
Mrs. Sears Ttamsriy. at her country es?
tate In Virginia Mrs Rims.iv spends
in i<-h of h?r time <*? h*r historical
home, ,rWestover." on tha James River,
tmd ?orne very Interesting guests are
entertained there,
rharlottrai Hie tlerentlnn.
frne of the mist deHerhtful event* of
the season was the largo reception
Friday afternoon, at which Mrs. War?
ner Wood and daughter. Mis? Mary
Mlflftr Wood, were hostesses at their
chnrmintr country home. "FarnVrigton."
rear Charlortesvill*.
The whole lower floor was open to
??>' guests. Mrs and M!?s Wood re?
ceiving their gncts in the parlor.
The dining room waisj decorated In
-a fit
the fK
hti v
ivhit?
dnisie* Svhd aspt
lng a ' centrertle
f - ,?t i ens surrounded ry trai'lns vlne?
ef jimiiax
Miss P'xter Preside! at the ounch
bo-wl. while Mrs B-.rd Warwick, of
Richmond, served teen The rr'.rls serv?
ing were Mi?se* Pu? Dalbney, Elisabeth
Ttandoloh, Carrie Worrell end Bvt>1vn
jtyrd Wnrn-ick. of Richmond Malcolm
fjannawaiy, of the university, delighted
e n imVr of **-.? Bruals with several
beautiful selections, Professor Draica
n"companvlns" him at the. piano.
Those enjoying Mrs. a-.d Miss
Woods'* he>sie>lt?litv were Mrs JtlltSTt
ttarrisor. Mr* .T Wattn Kearney, Mrs.
w, a. Lambeth, Mrs I* O Hoxton, Miss
Hurdlev Mrs Oh'srtfs Hsiricoclc, M'?s
Hanekel. Mr
i Mrs. Oeorste
.'re Miss P' la
i. Mr. nod Mrs
?ko Mrs Th
re Roen-, It A
y opin Mr. |
Mr? R->'n- i
r>ei Mr- Rol- I
Mi?-> IyOti'se
in ich; Mrs.
John f'h'i"
Mt>"> '?h
rhornVO'1 M'??. Ho-e/nd
f M r"r,i r.?,i v-.
Vfr? tf oil's R'nehnrt.
PefWlri* Mrs T TT "<-?/???
Mm. F M r>i-{n Mr and M-s.
irdtna- ?m!'H Mr ?nd M>e, TVylne.
i? Mildred Pacre Mrs r??' ?v Rlne
i Xtleea- riirlh At- e-? M'?? r-.-ej.?
' jtr*?w'^sSSi*fWt?e?l
D?j?lopElp?r
THE FAMILY FLOUR
The DunlopMills. Richmond; Vc?
Mime (in.uif, r.vcry Pay.
PUR] rY ICH CREAM CORP
Monroe im>1.
201 E. Broad
Important displays of new Spring
Ruits. Dresses an l Miiilnrry.
w V. m IKE \ SPEI Ia l.ty
of packing household goods and rhlna
for shipment
Rountree-Sutherland
Cherry Corporation
I 11-11.1-1 tr. Wrat llroml Street.
r? Emblems, Wreath?
SJp and Sprays of un
usual quality?at
/ (; G moderate prices.
I ! "** Phone Mad. 630.
HAVE YOU SKEN
New Method Gas Ranges
AT
Pettit & Co.'s?
For Oil Cooking and
Heating Stoves
ST. KLEIN ? *iO."V. INC.,
(20 Hast Uroad
.Sppc]<J Offering!
Hods}
^oiufilomeAt
I RYAiV^MirHS
? BIG STORE- ,
inj U[!i
VACATION SHOES
For the Little Tots to the Grown-ups.
Beginning June 1. this store will close
1 o'clock Saturday and 5 o'clock other
days for the summer months.
Sydnor & Hundley, Inc.
Grace and Seventh.
A Famntia New York Cliet Snldt
"X could as easily do without flour.
In baking, as without Sauer's Ex?
tracts."
Uncqualed for cakes. Ices, custards,
puddings, sauces, etc.
VAU ICR'S V A.VILLA.
Store will be
closed J?ly the
4th.
SS
nann
Mrs. Byrd Warwick. Mr and Mrs. W. ]
Duke, Mrs. A. ba/bney, Mrs. 3. R. V.
Daniel, Misses Jos.-phine Marshall, |
Loulie aii'l Gertrude Antrim, Constance
Batnibridgc, Emma Carter, Brown, Au_
brey, Jeanette Wrig.it, Lottie Woods, '
.Sallic Boiling Wood Merle Sampson. 1
Price Power-?. EI1I? Wood Page, Ellza_ j
heth Randolph, Carrie Worrell. Edith i
Rlxey, Evelyn Byrd Warwick. Sue Daij- J
riey. Helen Duke. Dunnlngto.n Dexter.
May, and Messrs. a. Lievi-e Stephen
Watts, A. DoMe, J. Dibert Joe Hurt, j
Letch r Harrison Duke BrattOn Pen
dletoh Gannaway King Rlnchart Bid- i
good John McGiilre, Albert Bali, F.
Graves, L Garth, Q. Greaves, Bowles, ;
Channing Daniel. Walsh. Waltori Rlxey.
B. Antrim. .Sidney Powers, Horace liny
der.. Arthur Klnsolvtng I'river, Angus
Echols.
Uli) Ride t.nM Week.
j William Forbes whs host of a very ,
novel and delightful function last Erl- ;
day' ? venlng. when he entertained a '
number of guests on a hay ride to
fallen Creek. About fifteen men and
! girls were entertained, and they were
I conveyed t" Fallen Cre.-k in a big
I automobile truck, where supper was
'served picnic fashion.
VUltlug Here.
' Mrs.. J Prilchard Blanton and her ,
daughter, Miss Doris Page Blanton. of |
Huntington. W. Va? are the guests of ;
iMrs J. P Jones, of South Laurel Street.
They will also spend some time with .
Mrs. Hingerford In Swansboro.
Mrs. Edward Ollchrlst and her lit- j
tie daughter arrived yesterday to visit
ti e former's mother, Mrs. E. C. Minor.
land Mrs. William Arrher. on East
Franklin Street Mrs. Ollchrlst left
China some time ago. and will spend
several weeks In R'chmond before her
return to the Fast to join her hus- ;
i ba tid
ii| Interml Here.
Thfl Baltimore Sun of recent Issue
c intains kite following Item of interest
to Richmond society:
"Baltimore and Viiglnla society are
? ? r ? j 11 v interested in a quiet wedding
I to take place Saturday, August 31.
i when Miss Kdmonla Louis- Garrett,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. CharN-s |
Can by Garrett, will be married to Al- '
fr..i Merryman Caeey. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Alfred M. Casey, of this city. The
[.wedding will take place at the home
? : th? bride's parents, 25 West Twen
1 tletti Street, and will be followed by .
a small ! reakfas.t for the two families
only. Miss ?Jarrelt 's one of three at
tractive sisters, the others be'ng Mrs.
i:: hard I.. Chamberlains and Miss
Charlotte O Garrett."
-ol-IIome WblBI Club.
The Stay-at-Home Whist Club met
last night at the hon-.e of Mrs. C. W. P.
Brock, C">". East Franklin Street. The
1 ighest score was made by Mrs. Br-.a-k
and h-r niece, Mrs. Fairfax Montague,
,,f Atlanta, c.a. The club will he enter
Italned again next Monday n enlng by
Mrs. Brock.
I Ii i in,lulu.
Mrs A O Swlnk. Mrs C. H. Phillips,
find her daughter. Miss Kate Phillips, j
ft town several days ago for-Canada, j
The> ?r. now stopping at the Beau j
M ? irlee Hotel, at Muskbkn l.ake. On- ,
tarlo, where they will spend the next
three months.
Important Meeting.
The regular meeting of the board of'
! managers of the Virginia Horn* for I
Incurable.! will t-e held this morning at
II o'clock at the home. A full attend- j
nnce Ik desired, and much important
business will bo discussed at this meet?
ing.
Returned from Ocean Ale?.
The house party which has "been It!
progress ?t Pjr.e Crrve Cot'.sge. Ocean
View, for th<> past week disbanded yes?
terday, Mr. and Mr*. Walter S. Jen
klns have been chaperoning this party,
and the guests Included Miss Beatrice
Bolton. of Lynchburg; Miss Annie Ijiu
r.,- Morris, of Norfolk: Mi.?6 Eva Oeroo?..
of Norfolk: M:ss Mae Brlnsoh, of Nor?
folk; M:sr Lillian Bonr.er, of Norfolk:
Miss Sadie A'.phine, of Sunbury, X. C:
Miss Maude Smith, of Norfolk: Miss
Esther Dopret. or Norfolk. Miss Ivottle
Brlnson, of Norfolk: M:s? Margaret
Skecter, of Church land: 1 W. Bittle. of
Washington, D, C H 1. Green, of Ra?
leigh. N. C : Lewis Crockett, of Rieh
mond: H 0 McDowell, of Norfolk:
John J. Leland, of Richmond: Nat
Tatem, of Norfolk: Or. Richard Tram
ho, of Norfolk: Charles Shields, of
Richmond; Ernest Davis, of Ports
month: Mrs Ijaurle Atkinson. cVf Rich?
mond.
In nnd Out of Torr.O.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Smyth have
returned to the city, after spending the
week end In Suffolk with relatives.
Mrs E. W. Gil! ani her daughter
Miss Louise Gill, and Mrs. Fcsi'r have
gone to Houston, where they will spend
the - :m:ner at Halifax Inn.
Mrs. Barksdnle Lathrop and little
son have gone to Waynes^oro. where
I they will remain for two months
Miss Leslie Foster, of Leesnurg. will
shortly be th'? guest of her sister. Mrs.
T. Francis Green, at 509 West Franklin
Street.
i _
I Miss Helen Frances Kunn. of this j
city. Is a truest of Miss Kitherlne
Sumple.r. in Norfolk.
Mrs. "Wilbur ? R^ndleman. of Dan?
ville, Is visiting In R'.'hmor.d for a few
days this week
Mr and Mr.?. H^nry C Cooper arc
spending a fortnight at the Nar.se
mond cottage at O.'pan View, before
going to the mountains for the sum?
mer.
M'.?s LoulSo Carter h.t'i as b?r guests
in Newport News Misses H??l*n and
Lucille Williams, of this city.
Mr. and Mrs. C. IT Wat kins and
family, of this city, nre rpendlng tho
summer in Greenwood.
Mr?. Thomas Adktns and her daugh?
ter. Maria Adkins, are visiting Mr. and
Mrs. John O. Luce. ;;t Pelham. X. T.
Miss Nannie Randolph Heth Is the
gU?s>t at Mrs. ITeath Dabney, at the
University of Virginia.
Miss Binford. of Richmond. 1s visit?
ing Mrs John G. Livezey, at her home
in Newport Nows
M.rs Mlllar.1 Wlgfs.ll "Wright has
gone to Wllloughhy Beach, whore she
Is tho guest of her daughter, Mrs.
Leaven B. riummer.
Miss Grfl?-.rf- Diner, of Rlehmond, Is
spending ?omo time In Petersburg as
the guest of Miss Kl srence I* rid/ford.
Mrs. K A. llaWthprne, of South Rich
mond, has roturtved to h'r home, after,
a v!?it to fronds and relatives in Nor- I
folk and Ofwn VI..?-.
Mins Clara Wlsrnan lias stone to New?
port News, where che ;s a guest ?f Mrs.
It. K. Carter.
Misses Matte end Nannie Maury
Qu;n.i have bceij r-?cent jruests of rela?
tives in Frederlcktfljurg
Mrs Adam Diac?nt and her dauch
ter, Viola, and Mr?. A F. PehdletOn
have returned to tiiei.r homes, aft?r a
visit to Mrs. F. B. Ma-Sparran. In Hamp?
ton.
i.Ute%\ i,oil?Muh?.
! Miss Re;i? winfree Moss, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs R F Moss. Booker,
\a. and Dr. Mmrnetle Trible Gatewood,
of Toano, Va., were married In Wash?
ington, oti last Monday, the Rev. .lames
Montgomery officiating, They w'U bi i
at home after July 15 at Toano, Va.
BOND ISSl'E AUTHORIZED.
lotion Taken lo Vorfolk-Southcrn
Stockholder*.
Norfolk. S*a.. July _The stockhold.
cri .,r the Norfolk-Southern Railroad
to-daj authorized ?hc issuance and
delivery of a bond Issue of ?.i?.oou
for the ac<|ulsition arid extension from
Rali vn to Charlotte^ N. C, ol the
Raleigh, Charlotte and Southern Rail?
way Company's properties and fran?
chises :-nd also the reservation of
(851,000 othei bonds In connection w'th I
the same property.
CLIMAX OF QUICK FEEDING.
Drop ii Nickel In Mot In \rn Itentnii
rtiiit mid Von Are Served.
New York. July 2. Broadway reach?
ed the climax of <iulek feeding to
A new restaurant, where you drop
a 'ilekel in the slot and are fed au?
tomatically, is open.
The restaurant s on Broadway, be?
tween Forty-sixth and Forty-seventh
Streets
The customer receives a supply of
nlrke)s from the cashier. Then he
walks along before rows of glass cases
In wh'ch reposes everything from a
ham sandwich to a dish of Ice cream.
He drops in th<- requisite number of
nlckele, the cover slides buck and there
'a his meal
There were no tips, for there was
nobody to tip. There was no noise,
for there were no waiters to chatter
dishes.
It is also the home of
Good Luck Baking Pow?
der. This Powder has be?
come the favorite of Cook
dom. Hundreds of thou?
sands of housewives will
use no other kind.
You ran gct
it at your gro?
cer's.
For list of val?
uable Free Pre?
miums sec illus?
trate] booklet in
each can.
THE
SOUTHERN
MANUFACTURING
COMPANY,
Richmond, Va.
See Our Windows
THE GLOBE
DETROIT GAS RANGES.
A LA SKA REFRIGERATORS.
OLD niCKORY n ilMTl RE.
SOLD O.M.Y liY
J?RGENS
I Children's White Canvsa
Button Shoes, $1.00
ALBERT STEIN
KING OF SHOES,
5th and Broad
Furniture, Carpets
and Stoves
ROTHERT & CO.
Fourth and Broad
I'ntil comparatively recent years rail?
road men took almost the entire output of
Hamilton Watches
Now you can buy one. $15.00 up.
Smith & Webster
Time Specialists, - - 612 K. .Main.
Jury Is Chosen From Venire
Summoned From Well?
ington County.
EVERY STEP IS CONTESTED
Indictment Charges Murder of
Commonwealth's Attorney
Foster.
[f^eclal to The Tur.es-Dlspatch.J, \
Wytheville, Va., Juiy -Thj Circuit
Court of Wyth* county opened lti aes
6ion this morning for tho trial of
Claude Allen for the nv:rder of Wil?
liam II. foster, Oomirrtonweail>tl''a at?
torney of OainroU count)*, at UllUrvlUe
On March 14 last, when the. court was
"shot up" by 'ho Allon .Jan, and JuAga
Ala^sie, Commonwealth a Attorney fos?
ter, .Sheriff Wefttb, one of the jurors and
a woman bystander were killed and
Several others wounded.
At a previous term of the court Floyd 1
Allen, the father e?f Claude, was con?
victed of murder in the first degree,
and unless an appeal ,s granted he
will pay the penalty for his cu-lm? in
the electric chair.
At :.ie same term Claude was con?
victed of murder in the sfcoad degree
j for the killing cf Judge MassJe, and hi's
I l#rni in the penitentiary was fixed at
! fifteen years.
j In both cases sentence was v.ispor.d
I ed In order that the prisoners may ne
used ae witnesses in < \ h< r cases grow?
ing out of this lishooting up" of the !
? court. j
Claude Allen 5s now under trial on a
separate indictment for the murder
' of W. M. Koste.-, committed at the same
time.
The prisoner's counsel are contesting j
at every step, pleading first former
? Jecpaaxly. which was excluded on a de
i m?rrer by the court: then pleading for?
mer adjudication s?n to murder In the
first degree, and relying upon the ver
dict "f murder In the second degree,
rendered In the trial tor tho killing of
Judge Massne. which was also demurred
to 4?y the Commonwealth and the de?
murrer sustained and plea excluded.
The motion was then made to consoli?
date the several indictments, two. three
four and five, found for the murder of
other persons killed during t'ne fusil
i ?'? wh r. motion also was overrule )
From a list of ninety.fix men sum?
moned and In attendance from Wash?
ington county, the court proceeded to
I select a venire, and after examination
O' forty-one. found sixteen duly quail
fled to serve as Jurors, a motion was
then made to quash the venire facias.
J which motion was overruled by the
court.
From this number the attorneys for
; the prisoner struck out four, leaving
) the following to d-:<>rmtne the guilt or
! Itnoeence of the prisoner on said In?
dictment:
Li G, Kelley. O. I. Jnmos. Frank
Mlnnlck, B. Mi Tri. kett, c. T. Bsjlscoe,
W. W. Clark. I. F Gray. W. L, F.d
mondson. C. F. Klndrlck, G. C. Potter
neld. M. P. Shuts, F. M. Ball.
Of this number ten are farmers, one
is a reporter, and one a merchant, and
they represent a fine type of citizen?
ship. This Jury was duly sworn and
the Indictment read to them Tis?
prisoner In the meantime standing and
In a calm ?snd Impassive manner, eye
? ing the Jury as 'he clerk pro.-eeded
v. Ith the reading of the long Indict?
ment, and giving ir.em the charge.
The. court then adjourned until to?
morrow morning at fi o'clock, the wit?
nesses being summoned to appear at
? that time.
WIM, OPEN TO-DAY.
fright Proapecta fur Summer Institute
for Trnehers
i.Special to Tho Times-Dispatch.]
Frederlcksburg. Va., July 2?The
Frederlcksburg Surr.mer Institute fT
teachers will open here to-morrov- in
tli. buildings of the State Normal
School. Nearly ri"! teachers have been
enrolled for the full session. The
regular session will clore July ah. fol?
lowed up by three lays to be devoted
to regular State examinations. This
promises to be on" of the most suc?
cessful summer schools ever held in
Frederlcksburg. The fatuity Is eom
I posed of the following: K It. Bussen.
I director; A. n. Ghi-.dler. Jr.. dean and
I instructor In geography; W. M Ham
| let. arithmetic and algebra; F. B.
I Smith, of Columbia University, theory
I nnd practice ami |>rlnci| les of tench
I ing. Catherine Straith, agriculture
l and physical geography: James T
' Walker. Virginia history, United States
history and Fnglis history; Nellie R.
Kerlln. primary methods; Cerlnda W.
Evans, grammar : I ade and methods;
F M. Alexander, civic Lbd physiology;
; Vage Taylor, manual training and
' drawing; Mary W Ball. grammar,
rending and spoiling: Gary Graves,
physical education and games; G. M.
Harrison, local manager.
it vi.kk.ii i.n-i.- HOME orrin:.
HeadqunrterM ot insurance Companies
Will lie Movrd io Greensboro.
[Special to The rimesfDIspatch.]
Bnb-lgh. N. C, July 2- After a
lengthy session tl li afternoon the di?
rectors of the .Teffcrsflrt Standard Lt'fe
Insurance Company adopted resolti
I Hons providing :i >t the home Offices
I be removed id Greensboro on August
1. This ends a long an,1, strenuous
contest among it..' stockholders, de?
veloped through a movement to effect
a merger of the Ji Ifersdn Standard ami
the Greensboro Ufa Insurance Co
The directors ll 1 afternoon named
n special committee composed of Jo?
seph G Brown. <? W. Gold. H C. Mi
Quern. J. C, Hale- and Colonel W'alker
Taylor to perfect the arrangements
at Greensboro for tho removnl of the
home office from itaiclgh to Greens?
boro,
PURCHASES INSIGNIA
OF ORDER OF GARTER
But It May Be Questioned
Whether Chapman Obtained
Money's Worth.
in LA mmillM: UK KO.\TE>?I'. I
IT may be questioned whother Henry'
Chapman ol>tu i h?.m1 his money's!
Worth In paying 1500 tor the m-j
slgnla <>t the Order of the barter j
at the -ale >in Thursday las', of the]
Barle collection of coins and leltcs.
a most stringent rule has existed
for centuries requiring the Insignia of j
the order to be returned on the death I
of any of its knights by bis principal
heir, or by his executors. Tals rulo
Is rigorously enforced, even when the]
knight In question happens to be ai
foreign monarch. The eame rule exists'
with regard to the Scotch Order of the
Thistle, the Irish Order of St. ~at-^
rick, and to the tlrsl-class?th't Is,
the Grand Cross?grade of the Order i
of the Hath. St Michael and St. George. ;
and the Star of India.
Moreover, it is a regulation In vogue
in tht case of Inany continental orders,
notably the Italian Or*ler of the An?
nunciation, the Prussian Order of the
Black Eagle and the, Austrian and
Spanish Orders of the Golden Fleei e
Thus. each of thu now living
Knights of the Golden Fleece
arc wearing Insignia hundreds of
.?ears old. Dial iiuv, been In the pos?
session of many famous men. the col?
lar bestowed by Alfonso XII. on the
tlr.st Prince Bismarck, having pern worn
in the sixteenth century by the Duke
of Alva, the oppressor of the Nether?
lands. ?\h.:> that granted to Marshal
MacMahon had at one lime adorned
the breast of Louis XIV. of France.
That <>f the late Don ','arlos, Duke of
Madrid, had belonged to Duke Charles
the Hold of Burgundy, and It may be
remembered what an outcry theie was
some twenty years ago when it became
known that uon Garloa had pawned
it during a time of llnanclal embar?
rassment.
King Humbert of Italy had the or
der formerly bestowed on Christopher
ilumbus, while mat once borne oy
liernaudo Corte;: was conferred upon
the late Emperor Frederick of Ger?
many.
Of oourse the rule requiring tho
eventual return of the' insignia is In?
tended to preserve them, to prevent
them from falling into unworthy hands,
and from becoming the object of Just
such trade and barter as that of the
Barle sale.
Emperor William' of Germany was
glad to pay several thousand dollars
for the recovery of the Jewelled insignia
of his ordei of the Hlack Eagle, which,
bestowed upon ihc late Bmperbr of
China, was stolen during the Boxer
cbclliou <-f 1900, by the looters of
the Imperial Palace at Pckln, and of?
fered for sale in that city.
What Dr. Chapman has succeeded in
irchaslhg at the Barle sale is more
than probably .one of those replicas
Of the Star and Jewel, (or badge) of
the Garter, which some of the knights
hove especially made, In order to pre?
serve in their families, as lasting me?
morials of their membership In the
order.
Thus the third Marquis of Hertford
caused a replica to be made of the
star, studded with dinmonds to ths
tune of some $60,000. It was worn by
Iiis son and successor, the fourth mar?
quis who was also a Knight "f the
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the
Signature of C^tr.^j
Pianos
121 East Broad Street
Your Business in
Richmond
Your home, with beautiful river frontage,
at
West Point
Is Cheapest
BECAUSE IT IS BEST,
h is Best Because it is Purest.
Special Snip of Table
Linens and Fancy Linens
duo lot of 25c Hard Rubber I
t < nubs, 17c ,it
Tragle's
JESTER S PILL*
oc^, Tflul DIAMOND BILiXB, ,.
?>K Ledleet AiLyeur ???In /A
{If ? ,ua 1 Ha vy
Gartor. and who boqucathea It to hl?
half-brother and principal holr, tho late
Sir Kb. hard Wallace.
Sir Richard made a present of It
to bord Beaconsfleld, when the latter
uecume a K night of tho Garter, on!
his return from the Congress of Ber?
lin, in 187?. At Ucaconsfluld's death)
tills Jewelled star disappeared, and B?rne]
tlmu later turned up In a ihop window I
?it itaden-Buden. There was a consul-1
eruble outcry from English people .over]
the offer of auch an article, even
though a I .-plica, fur public sale, and:
.1 number "t the admirers of the lat
Duke of Cambridge rained a fund, pur
hased it, and presented It to htm on]
the Diamond Jubilee of his service
in the BrltUh army, of which ho was'
go many decades the commander-ln- j
hlef. lie left a. not to his natural
sons, the Fi'.z-Georgcs. but to tho late'
Kind Litlward, and It Is now in the pos-(
- Ion of \< ng George, together with
that other diamond-studded replica of
the Star of the Garter, pros-'iited to
him at his coronation, as tho result
of a public subscription among all tho
GeOrgeS of Great Britain, from peers
to laborers.
It will be seen from the foregoing
that tlie Garter insignia which Henry
Chaphiah has pur based can be nothing ?
but a facsimile, and tho price paid
Indicates of course that it Is not even;
jStUdded with the most inconsiderable
of gems.
Cross-examining royal personages,
and heirs apparent, when they volun- ,
t.:j;r to appear in court and take their,
places In the witness-box. Insteud of;
giving testimony In their own palaces;
i to a commission, or else merely ny ?
I affidavit, is a ticklish matter, and un-;
less the cross-examiner possesses rare,
tact, is apt to create awkward sllua- i
, tlons. sometimes pregnant with InJus
tlce.
I When Sir William Gordon Cummins
was cnarged with a mistake while card
playing, during the still celebrated
grame, of bacarat played at Tranby
Croft, in IRS'.', ho is said to have given
a written pledge never again to touch
a card, while on tho other hand It Is
also stated that every one presont at
tho game also signed a paper ?olomnly
pledging him or herself not to reveal
tho affair as long as Sir William ad?
hered to his pledge. In some way the
-.vholo matter became known?not. how
? ver, as generally believed, through
j tho Countess of Warwick, slnco ?ho j
was not a member of the house party, I
and has never crossed the threshold j
of Tranby Croft. Sir William evi?
dently believed that It was Mrs. Arthurl
Wilson who betrayed him. since when '
forced by his fellow officers of the
Seots Guard and by the governing com- |
mlttcea of his club to attempt to cl. ar j
j Ills reputation. It was against his host-!
ess at Tranby Croft that he brought
his memorable suit for slander. His I
prln I pal lawyer was Sir Edward
Clarke, former Solicitor General, a
sell.made man of strong character,
but without tlnesse or tact. The Prince
of Wales, as one the members of the
bacarat party, was Invited by Sir Ed?
ward to furnish his testimony In the
case, and Insisted upon doing so in
open court, instead of shielding him?
self behind tho prerogatives of his
rank.
One after another the so-called signa?
tories to the pledge of silence, being
[under oath, were asked by Sir Edward
i whether they divulged tho secret, and
all alike denied having done so.
When the heir-apparent took the
1 the stand, Sir Edward cross-examined
j him with a degree of Independence1
i which led those present to believe thai
; he would mar his prospects of future
preferment. But, neglecting, out of
' respect for his future sovereign, to
j ;>sl< htm the same question?had he
broken the pledge??the prince, in
i View Of the denial of all the rest, was
j left to bear the weight of the obvious
I Imputation. Imagine the situation:
i On the face of It. at lenst, the public
I wan given the opportunity to balance
i the solemn oaths of the rest of the
I party against the Involuntary silence
of the prince. The latter was exceed- I
lngly angry and greatly distressed
' St the position Into which he had been 1
' forced hv this piece of loyal Stupidity,
land In private vigorously denied that'
] he had ever so much as hinted about
a s< ahdal. |
It speaks volumes for the late King's
j spirit of forgiveness that when he
I succeeded t , the throne, instead of bar?
ring Sir Edward from his eourt. he
bestowed upon him membership In his
Privy Council. If I refer to the above
incident, much discussed In private,
hut never in print. It Is because Sir
Sidney Eoe. In his much criticized bio?
graphy of Edwnrd VII.. alludes briefly
to the Tranby Croft house party.
Prince Napoleon, the Bonapartlst
pretender, and his wealthy consort.
Princess Clementine of Belgium, havo
! with the help of the hitter's money
purchased the Belgian Chateau and
2,000 acre estate of Honchlnne, near
Bvrehallles, In the neighborhood of the
French frontier, and will enter Into
occupation next week. The object of
this move, of course. Is to put them?
selves within easy reach by motorcar,
of their adherents across the border.
The Duke of Orleans, who recently sold
Ms splendid country seat at Wood-Nor?
ton. In England, for n very large sum.
is also credited with the Intention of
acquiring an estai.. som?wher,> near
the French frontier, so that he Can
confer with the leaders of the Royalist
party without exposing them or him
!=eTT to the curiosity of the Brussels
[ Journalists, as was the case when he
invited his followers to meet him at
King Albert's capital,
Copyright, 1012. hv the Brentwood
Company.)
FSRST CONVICTION
UNDER NEW LAW
Man on Probation Not to Drink
Breaks Promise and Is Sen- j
tenced to Roads.
The Tlmes-Dlspatch Bureau.
b Bollingbrook Street,
(Phone 11 s 5),
Petersburg. V.l.. July 2.
The first conviction under the new
probationary law occurred in the
I'olice Court here this mornllig, Wil?
liam Green, a white man was arranged
in eourt yesterdaj fur arunkness, and
at his own request he was placed Un?
der probation In charge of the Chief of:
I'olice. and warned a sto his conduct.
He violated the law again, and In the
Felice Court this morning was sent-'
epced to work on the county roads.
The sentence is indefinaie. As soon as
Green shows evidence reformation
he will be allowed to return to the
city under probation again.
With Hei Sisters.
I Mrs. loin.i Gwaltney, who was ar
[ quitted In the Circuit Court of Lunen
bii'rg county last week of the murder
of her husba/id, Jasper Gawltney, on
the ground that she was Insme nt tho
time, though sane now, Is with her
sisters in this city Gwaltney was
killed at Kt abridge on October 1.',. ..f
last', year, and Mrs. Gwaltney remained
in the Jail In this city until taken to
Lunenbui-g for trial.
Death of I'rlnce Georgian.
Timothy F.-lves Edwards, aged
twenty-three years, a higfily respeoted
young citizen of Prince George unity,
si n of iiE, W. Edwards, died In the
1'etornhurg Hospital this morning, nf
tar an illness of three weeks. Ho is
The Gift of Quality
Is doubly appreciated. rhu elegance
and fineness which characterise product*
of this store is rctORH'zed by all.
Schwarzschild Bros.
Richmond's Leading Jewelers.
Second and Broad Sts.
survived by his parent*, four slaters
and four brothers. The 0',dy will bo
taken to his late home, where the
funeral services will be held on Th?rs?
day.
Arrest? nnil Floes.
The, police report shows a total of
19- arrests for all causes during th*
month; of which there were only forty
One for drunkenness .as against ninety
for the same cause In the month of
May. There were tlfteen arruats on
charges of felony, thirly-ftv* for as?
sault, twenty-eight for misdemeanors,
and fifteen for larceny.
The aum of ?170.50 was collected la
tho Police Court In June. In fines Im?
posed for violations of city ordinance*.
A llnyltitht Theft.
Mack. Pegra-m. a negro of police re
? ? rd. broke Into tho stable of Harvey
steward this morning shortly before '1
o'clock, and stole several ca.rrl.ig-j
and buggy robes. As he was carrying
tnetn uway he. was seen and hailed,
und dropping his booty, took to Might.
Ii-.- w u.s subsequently arrested.
Personal nuo Political.
The mother of Oscar Underwood, ot
Alabama. Democratic leadtr in tho
HoOse of Representatives, and who
was prominent as a candidate tor thu
presidential nomination, was a na?
tive of Petersburg, oho was tho
daughter of Jabiz olhlth, a distingu?
ished iltizen In his days, and was
the sister of Dr. Joseph W. Smith, for
many years a prominent physician ot
Petersburg. She was corn on Whac
is now Grove Avenue. Mr. Under?
wood has a number near-relatives In
Petersburg.
Walter D. MclCenney and Barnard
Mann, of this city, were classmates
of Woodrow Wilson at the university
and are strong friends and supporters
of the Now Jersey Governor.
At the call of State Chairman Jess*
M. Ncvrcomb, of the Rooseve.lt wing:
of tho Republican party, a meeting
of the State Executive Committee will
be held to-morrow night In tho Strat?
ford" Hotel in this city. The. main ob?
ject of tho meeting is said to bo to
perfect the organization of tho party
1 In Virginia to meet future emergen?
cies.
Speaker Clark. Governor Harmon,
I Chairman Underwood and Governor
Wilson all hHd warm friends and ad?
herents In Petersburg, the majority
sentiment, however, favoring Wood
row Wilson. There Is, therefore,
mCcTi rejoicing among the f:lends of
tho latter over h's nomination, and
there la no division of sentiment
among the Cockad? city Democrats
now.
(Jenernl Nerv? Note?.
Manager Heine Burch. by way or
celebrating the Fourth, says he may
take both games from Richmond on
that day, or maybe nllow Richmond
only one.
i Isaac Cooper, a merchant of this
ctt\ was married In Chicago on June
16th to Miss Frank Rose, of that city
! They have arrived In tho city from
j their bridal trip.
The W. C. T. V. will hold Us an?
niversary meeting to-r-orrow. and the
occasion will be marked by a pro?
gram of music and recitations.
Mr. und Mrs. Herbert Tucker and
; Mrs. Bessie .-oody left to-day for
New York and Atlantl cCtty ?b spend
! several weeks. ,
The Centre Market building Is to be
I screened and Improved to put tt in
! good, sanitary condition.
All of the camps of the Woodmen
I of the World in this section, and
there are many of them, will be rep?
resented at the grand State Rally and
, Field Day celebration of the order n?
the State Fair Grounds, In Richmond
on July 16 and IT. Ad-tresses and
, many kinds of amusements.
ERROR
Through a typographical error,
advertisement of Davis Bros.. Inc..
in Sunday's Times-Dispatch, rea.dlng
$3.200 investment yielding income
of JSS". should have road $3S0.
rp ? ______ mmmmm a mm
CENTURY'S
EXPERIENCE
combined with unexcelled facili?
ties and complete manufacturing
plant enables us to furnish Spec?
tacles and Eyeglasses th-it are
" Good for the Eyes."
Prescription work our Spe?
cialty.
TlteS.
GALESKh,loilc?
i
Rockbridge Baths
Hotel and Springs
Homelike summer resort in the niouii
lains of Virginia. Magnesia, I.ithia ami
Sulphur Water. Tf im- moderate. Writ.!
for booklet. J. P DAVIS, Manager,
Rnnkbridce Baths. Va.
?-?___________________
20 per cent., 30 per cent, and
40 per cent, off on Dining
Room furniture.
Jones Bros. & Co,, Inc.
14*0 F.. Main Street.
All Go-Carts at ant! below cost
I to close out. '
The E. B. Taylor Co.
1011 E. Main S'.r. ?*, and
23 W. inroad Street.
Hopkins Furniture Co.,
7 West Broad St.
Cash or Credit.

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