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BOTH CANDIDATES
STATE POSITION
.Turnbull and Watson Reply to
Questions Recently Asked
by Cannon.
INTEREST IN SITUATION
Kegro Who Stabbed Albert West
to Death Claims Sclf
Dcfcnsc.
Times-Dispatch Bureau.
5 Bollingbrook Street,
(Telephone 14S5) j
Petersburg, Ya.. August 19.
As a voter of the Fourth Congres?
sional District, and at tlie request or
a. number o? voters of the district, the
Pee. James Cannon recently addressed
41 idler W. the lion. Robert Turnbull
and the lion. Walter A. Watson, ask?
ing what position each would take in '
Congress, if nominated at ihc ap- -
pronching primary, on the hill Just;
reported favorably by the Senate
Judiciary Committee, intended to regu?
late the interstate traffic In Intoxl
nts so is to prevent the nullification
c : the laws of any State oh tlie liquor
t rattle by shipments from another
mate. Each candidate is ashed the
q lestlon, "Will you votu and work for
:..<? passage of auch legislation, it
elected? And will you oppose the
repeal of the law which forbids the |
?ale of Intoxicants al the posts of the ;
United states Army, commonly known ;
as the canteen law?'
judge Watson's Itcply,
To Mr. Cannon's letter Judge Wit
son replied as follows:
"My Dear Sir,? Replying to yours o.
the 6th Instant:
"The right of the Stalo to control
its domestic affairs, as far Iis posal-?
I ii under the Federal Constitution, i
?.:.; u, be free from outside interfer
. ; ? . Is the most ancient and, to my
mind, the most Important article of
Democratic faith. The preservation of
this right in ail its entirety is as Im?
pel tant now aa at any period of our
history.
ii v!ng In the absolute son mi?
ni SS of tlie principle, and its .practical
application to all our affairs falling
within governmental control, if elected
to Congress l should support such in?
terstate commerce legislation ns would
> ?? such State to contr&i and carry
Into effect Its own policy in regard to
the liquor truflic.
"I dm not well informed as to the
practical working of the 'canteen
law' at the United States Army posts,
the subject not having come under my
observation or study; but whatever
r< gulation would most promote sobriety,
pence and good order among the sol?
diers would have my earnest uld.
With what partial Information I poa
sess, 1 should oppose repeal of the
present law. With much respect,
Your-;.
"WALTER A. WATSON.
"Jennings Ordinary, August S, 1912."
Reply o( Mr. Ill r n lull I.
"My Denr Sir,?Your letter of the Cth
Instant was not received until this,
morning, ns it was forwarded to me
from Lawrencevllle. I have been quite
unwell for tlie past week or two. and
have not had an opportunity to ex?
amine carefully the bill reported by
the Senate Committee on the Judiciary,
but you will remember that sonic
lime In tho spring of this year, you
and some members of tho Anti-Saloon
League requested tho members of the
Virginia delegation In Congress to
meet them here to discuss 'the question
of interstate tinfllc In Intoxicants, and
you will remember at that meeting I
stated that 1 was In favor ?l the pas?
sage of n law that would give to the
State absoluto control of the liquor
question, and if the bill reported by
the Senate commttteo is of that nature
I will he r.lad to support it. and do
what I can to secure Its passage.
"As to your second question, 1 would
say that I nm opposed lb the repeal ,,f
the law which forbids tho sale of In
tOXlcanla'" at ttte jiosts ,,f ,],,, ynjjea
States'*Army,, and will do what l c,,n
HOT. TIRF.n WORKERS.
Milam, the creat bloorl purifier, will
make you feel better. The toxins of
fatigue are in the blood. Also acids and
other irritant* that inflame the skin.
Milam will make you feel less hot and
tired. If you don't find it so, no cent tu
you.
WOOD'S
Special Grass arid
Clover Mixtures
Make the Largest Yields of
Hay and Pasturage.
They are combined in proper propor?
tion to give the be:,t results for the differ?
ent soils for which they are recommend?
ed.
We use in these mixtures our Trade
Mark Brand Seedi. whit h ate best qual?
ities obtainable, und tested both as to
germination and purity.
Our customers report the most satis?
factory results, both as to securing excel,
lent stands and largest yields of both hay
and pasturage.
Wood's Descriptive Fall Catalog
gives full information: also tell about all
ether Grast nr.d Clover Seeds, Altnlfa,
Vetchej and nil Farm and Garden Seeds
for fall planting.
Catalog mailed free. Write for it.
T. W. WOOD fcr SONS,
Seedsmen, - Richmond, Va.
Jpcn*J Offering
<7?cfaj
: ^om'Tiomi'Jlt: ?
|-RYAN^SMl.rHS:::
? . Y- BIO STORE- '" ,?
WK MAKR A BPEC1AI/TT
of packing household goods und rhlna
for shipment
Rountree-Sutherland
Cheery Corporation
JUl-^lJ-1.18 West I'rosd '?irtct,
Berry's for Clothes'
The sole object ol this sale?
to make a noise like a bargain
to brino; more feet to our shoo
department nnd to add new
customers?and to reduce stock
before fall shipment arrives 1
Not a few lots, but nil the ox?
fords are in thesaleatthose re?
ductions:
$4.00 Shoes at $2.85
$5.00 Shoes at $3.85
$? 50 Shoes at $4.85
The Hanau and Bc-rrv Shoes.
-.
BOc Socks to cjo with 'em fori
25c.
to prevent the sale of Intoxicants aP
these points.
'"With kind, regards and best wishes
I am, Very truly yours,
"lt. TURNBULL." j
Claims Sel'-Ue'ensc,
An examination of tho body of Al-i
bert West, who was stabbed to death
late Saturday night on P?coh?iitas]
Bridge by Napoleon Washington, both
colored, showed seven stall and cut
wounds?0110 011 the head, ttiree In the
back, two In the side and one in the]
breast. Tho last proved almost '11-'
Stantly fatal, the knife blade penetrat?
ing deep enough to cut Into the heart.
The many wounds gave evidence that
Washington was desperately In ear?
nest, though he claims that he was uct
Ing In self-defense. A knife with the
blade half opened was found In West's
pocket. In the encounter Washington
hud the little linger of one hand near?
ly cut off. It .was several hours be?
t?re the <len<l man who Identified as
Albert West, a resident of West Tabb
Street in this city, where lie leaves a
family. Only two witnesses were ex?
amined at the coroner'!, Inquest?a col?
ored mau und woman who testified that
they saw Washington beating his wife
on tho bridge. They protested, but'
were ordered away. They saw West
Protesting also, nnd were witnesses ofl
th, tatnl difficulty that followed. The:
police Spread a net in l'ocahontas for!
tho capture of Washington, but did
not lind htm until near daylight, when,'
as he said, ho was on his way to sur?
render. Tho coroner's Jury rendered
a verdict of death caused by slabb
Wounds Inflicted by Washington. In
the l'olice Court this morning Inves?
tigation o: the .use was continued un?
til to-morrow.
the Congressional Munition.
Interest I? rapidly Increasing In tho
congressional contest In this district.
The primary election for tho nomina?
tion of a candidate does not liiko place '
until Saturday. September 21, which
gives full time for the two aspirants?
Congressman Robert Turnbull and
Judge Walter A. Watson?to personally j
see every voter in the district. And ,
it is understood either In person or I
through frionds, nearly every voter!
lias been seen. There has thus far I
been but little public speaking. It Is j
expected, however, that there will bo
some speaking before the close of tho 1
canvass. Both aspirants will probably j
speak in Petersburg, not In joint dls- J
mission, but s, . .irately. Judge Wat- '
so, It Is sal.i, will soon open head?
quarters In Petersburg.
Death in Dluwlddle.
Mrs. Bettle N. Dmb r died this morn?
ing at her home at Beams. In Din- |
widdle County. She was a native of
Petersburg, the daughter of tho late |
John ('. Brooks, for many years a 1
prominent merchant of tho city, and
lived here until her marriage, about I
forty-live ;tar.i uko. She Is survived
b> lli'c sons and one ,laughter, all but
one residents of Dlnwlddto. Thrco I
sinters and two brothers also survive? '
Miss I.ou Brooks. Mrs. John T. Will- 1
cox and Mrs. Charles T. Tucker, all
Hof this city?and T. W. and P. It.
Brooks, of New York.
A Notable Visit.
The visit of th.- Jr. 11. V. A. M.
visiting committee of Richmond to the
three councils in 'his city on Thurs?
day night of this w< ek promises to bo I
mi event of note In the history 'if 1
that growing order. The comuillteo
has chartered two cars for the occa?
sion, with tho privilege of a third. Dr. J
W. A. Gordon, of Dlkton, will proba
..bly accompany tho visitors. The three
local councils arc Virginia No. n, Obi
Dominion No. ;> and Washington No.
IT. Deputy [Rate Councillor Charles
D. Morris will deliver the welcoming '
addre:-s. '['? rt visitors will he received
with open-hearted hospitality.
tile; 1 nlnn Revival.
A prent union protraqted revival]
meeting. In Which four Methodist:
churches in the vicinity will unite, I
will lie begun nt the new church .it ?
Carson, in Dlnwlddlc County, next !
SUhday, of which the I!cv. John Wi !
l?urc Is lh? 1 stor Th* s'-rvices will j
1,,. conduit..1 by tlx lle\ Joel A Smith.
1'. b,. ol Beloll WlS., a noted CVah- I
v. 1st, and lie- s|liging will bo under I
the direction > : I :? fess >r Thonness, of
Chicago. A gnat religious revival Is I
I
tieuersl New-. Xot>?.
Sisters RosnrlA and MndttUlic, two of I
the Sisters "i 1 hnrity In charge of St. I
Ijeeii trailsferivd to s>th< r i.- Ids of duty, j
1
.
bunlop, widow ol .Inhjes Durilop, for
:i <.ily "i Boti is burg, who died In Rich
mond, will be brought to this city to?
morrow foil burial .11 Bland ford Cemo
Several Rocking chairs recently
rtolen from tin- porch of John Nugent,
?
Lieutenant Donnllnc floating down the
river, into which they had been
t brown.
A pi< asunt Incident occurred at the
meeting of the Grove Avenue Baptist
Church SUrtday-SChp?i yesterday morn?
ing. A handsome sliver loving cup,
the gift of P. C. Kent, was presented
to the scho'l for having made trie
. largest percentage of points In th6
I late Sunday-school contest. Secretary
i A .W. Waich; of th" Y. M C, A., made
the presentation address, and the ud
dr< .-? of acceptance was m?J? by P.
W. Moore, of P.ttrl'k.
At the last meeting of the Improve?
ment League of Matoacn the following
<,m>(r:- were elected: President, Samuel
A. Mann, lr.; Vice-Presidents, Charles
P. Partln nnd S il. Womack; Secretary
and Treasurer, B. Gresham, The
object of the league Ii to improys ti",
educational nnd general civic condi?
tio ui. -0-^,1-AV*>ba. vicinity.
First Meeting Will Be Held on
Libby Hill Friday Night?Ad?
dress by Byrd.
For the purpose of aiding In tho
Democratic campaign In this city, a
Wilson-Marshall club will bo organis?
ed among voters of the Fast End on
Friday ntsht. a meeting will be held
on Libby Hill, and will be addressed
by Speaker Eicha i d Evelyn Byrd. who
has been asked by the National Demo?
cratic Committee to head the move?
ment for the organization of campaign
clubs In this State.
This club will be addressed by
p'reminent Democrats during the cam?
paign. Other organisations of the
kind will be formed in other parts of
!!o> city. Tin raising of campaign
funds, anil, later getting out the vote,
will be subjects Of special considera?
tion.
Address liy llyrd.
Speaker Byrd issued tho following
statement yesterday:
l have been requested by the chair?
man of the National Democratic Corn-]
mlttee to assist In the organization of'
the Democratic clubs of tho State. j
My duties will be to assist in form?
ing new clubs, to endeavor to supply1
acceptable speakers, to distribute lit-'
eraturo nnd t<, bring about some gen?
eral and orderly co-ordination of the
club activities. I will endeavor to en?
list the support also of the spirited1
Democratic women of the State who
will organize auxiliary clubs in various
sections.
An Importnnt function of these clubs I
will be tho collection of a popular fund,
for the legitimate expenses of tho na?
tional campaign.
Another result hoped for front tho
sense of Dcmocratle fellowship Induced
A Non-poisonous
Antiseptic for You
If you suffer a cut or scratch upon
your hand or body, the utmost care
BhOiild be exercised that disease germs
do not cuter the (lesh and cause conta?
gion. The liest thing to do In to Imme,
dlntoly use Tyreo's I'owder. a powerful ,
antiseptic and germicide, but an abso
lutely harmless preparation. It con- i
tains no bichloride or other poisons, i
nnd should lie used wherever an nnti- I
septic Is needed.
The uses for which Tyree'a Powd r
are beneficial cover a wld" range. It
can bo applii d dry or diluted, with
water. Unexcelled as a douche, nnd
unsurpassed in the prevention and de?
struction, of all infectious or conta?
gious diseases. A 25-cent package
makes two gallons standard antiseptic
solution. Recommended by physicians
and H,ild by druggists everywhere.
Send for booklet nnd sample. .1. S.
Tyree, Cjtcjrdjtt, Washington. D. <?.
1 If yen have sny doubt as to
I the actual value of PANACEA
J MINERAE SPRING WATER take
I Its analysts to any competent
] physician and nslt his opinion.
Many of the best In the ;i(nd
pronounce It of the highest value
as a pure drinking and modlcinai
Water, and especially good for
all Stomnch Troubles. Indiges?
tion and Skin diseases.
5!
modern in Its appointments, with
every amusement, and a table
unsurpassed, is a feature, as well
as our new Sanitary Bottling
plant. Write tor illustrated
booklets and rntes. Address '<
T. Alex Baxter, Manager ji
!' or [j
PANACEA SPRING CO., p
Littleton, N. C.
DETROIT t;.\s 1 LANGES.
ALASK V ItliCIIIGEIt ATOHS.
ILO HICKORY FI.'n.NITUHE.
SOLU ONLY BV
50c bar Green Castile Soap,
l')c at
./?a _ ft
s
SAVE MONEY ON
FURNITURE Al
Jones Bros. & Co.
1418-1420 E. Main St.
For Oil Cooking and
Heating Stoves
I See * _ L.
N. hi.ein a son. ino.
HXQ East Broad.
o Y ou Kn o w
What You Are
Missing?
In your homo by not having
THE
INNER-PLAYER
TRADE MARK
PIANO
Listen: The music of the
world's greatest masters is
yours?YOU can play any of
the rtreat works you, yourself,
whether you have ever sat at
a piano keyboard before or not.
So wonderful it's hard for
you to believe.
A demonstration every day.
Attend!
'?efjor/Eiifwipmiii
SucccAsorn Ca 1*1? i'iuoo Co.
213 Ii. Ilroad.
by .i common, membership will be the
obliteration of factional lines in the
face of the enemy and tho cordial co?
operation of all w :nn> and factions of
tho party In the triumphant election of
Wilson. Marshall and Democratic con?
gressional nomim
For the purpose ? f organizing these
clubs and for the management of
those already organised 1 invite cor?
respondence from Democrats through?
out the State nnd personal visits from
those to whom it may be convenient.
My office is 319 Mutual Building, Rich?
mond. Va., and will my headquarters
during the campaign.
Minor on>i.
.Tames Mayo, qolon d. was arrested
la.-t night by Acl ng Detective O, 1'.
smith and Bicycle Policeman Tiller
on the charge ?>! stealing clothing
from Charles Wniter
William Pleasants. colored, was ar?
rested by patrolman WhltlocU on the
charge of feloniously assaulting IM
ward Valentine.
T, w. Tlihberiaki was arrested on a
warrant sworn out by A go til E C. Tay?
lor, of the Soctetj for the Prevention
of Cruelty to An tin, charging him
with working a <J ?? tscd mule,
John Butler, cob red. was arrested on
a warrant Chan-' :; him with grand
larceny. He Is .: 1 to have stolon
1200 from ?ora U rrlligton. also col?
ored.
CUPID IS BUSY
rowrteen Couplet. <??! I.lrensen tn Vt cd In'
Hustings < onrt.
Yesterday was a b - tluj for Clerk Wo t
Christian in the Huttings court, when four
teen couples applied in Inn, tor licenses to
wed. Of this mimt?, ? eleven were white, and
l\ i i as follow- :
William v hlldrcss Mauds Jukes: P.im
u?d A. Bpencer and Oracle M. Baldwin; Rus?
sell lt. Williams and Sell Douglas Meech;
William J. Stroud ; i Maggie <" Itollowky;
Hunter w. Powell, Portsmouth, VS., and
Bvo !.. Morgan; of city: Prcd w. Tan?
ner nnd Maud- I.. I.e ir.y, Hubert B. Riddle,
or Itbteigh. .V. C. and Maude V. Aden. <?f
tills city; Richard If. Ilardeaty and Huth
l? JetYr.ie?; .lit.-k Moon and lirarli: flood;
Charles Hunter ftantt and Mary Rltla i'l..-.
patrlck; John IV llurton, of Arcu?la, Fla.1,
and Myrle M. Owen, of this city.
Institute full to Capacity.
Demand for admission to the Vir?
ginia Military institute this year has
been so large that the accommodations
nre now practically exhausted. Gen?
eral E. W. Sflchols. In a letter received
yesterday )?;. Colonel Joseph Button,
of the institute board, says that by
the end of this week the quarters will
have all been taken. The authorities
try to hivvo 350 men present through?
out the year, although more than this
number are admitted In the beginning
to allow lor those who are unwilling
to stand the military illsclpllne and
who bai'e
MAY UK < U.I.KD TO ItO A NOK E.
Boanoke. V;?.. August 10.?The Rev.
.1. J. Pix. ra-tr.r of the Presbyterian
Church of South Richmond, delivered
two sermons here yesterday at West
End Presbyterian Church, and his many
hearers were deeply Impressed. It is
understood that he will be called to
accept the pastorate of tho church.
It i? a i denco that Mr. P'x may
succeed 'lie l;.v P. B Hill. p. former
Richmond ! ?' . who hn:; resigned bis
pastorate here to go to Korea to do
missionary work, The sermons were
delivered 'on the Invltat'on of the con?
gregation of the church.
ENGINEERS WILL
NOT GO ON STRIKE
Agreement Averts Trouble on
Norfolk-Southern for
the Present,
SUCCESSOR TO LEINSTER
Several Miltiary Officers Urged
for Appointment?Other
Raleigh News,
Raleigh, X. C. August 19.?There was
gratification here this morning when It
developed that the strike of tho loco?
motive engineers on tho Norfolk
Southorn, scheduled for Inauguration
this morning at 6 o'clock, did not ma?
terialize, nnd the authorlatlve state?
ment was made rhat the railroad of
llclals and the engineer.- had reached
an agreement that averted a strike, at
h ast for tho present.
Major J. J. Bernard, of this city, who
Is tielng urged for the adjutant-gen?
eralship to succeed the late General
Roy L. '-.cluster, says he Is not an
active candidate for the place. He if
a political friend of Governor Kit chin,
and his friends believe that if the place
is tendered bun by the Governor he
will tako It. llo believes that It is
an office the tilling of which Is pecu?
liarly personal to the Governor, and
that the chit r executive should be per
! milted to exercise his own inclination
I in the matter of selection. One of the
most tulked-oi possibilities for the ap?
pointment is Geherai Francis A. Ma
Icon, of Henderson, quartermaster-gen
crel. In fact, Indications arc that
moro pressure is being brought to
1 bear on the Governor in the Interest of
General Ma.-on than in the Interest of
any other Ollli er of the gard in line for
VI" appointment. Numbers iof the
guard officers are still hoping that It
will be possible for Governor Kltchln
and Hon. Docko Cralg, next Governor,
to como to an understanding In the In?
ter, sts nf the guard, so that an ap?
pointment can be made that will be
permanent so tar as both the remaind?
er of tiie ICitchlti administration and
the four years of tho incoming Criiig
administration are concerned. Colonel
Sdr.ev Minor, of Durham, and Colonel
/.. p. Smith, of Fayetlevlllc, are also
being mentioned for the adjutant-gen?
eralship. It Is believed that It will be
some little time yet before the Gov?
ernor makes any announcement of an
appointment.
The Lifeless body of Mary Rochelle,
a negro woman about twenty-live'
years* old. was found this afternoon
In the grass on a vacant lot In Boylan j
Heights, a Raleigh suburb. She was
shot in tho left side ami seemed to
hiivo been dead for several hours.
Res'dents of the neighborhood say they
heard it pistol shot in that direction
about midnight. A man's cap was
found close by tho body. It is known
to belong to a negro man who has
not been located to-day. He was
seen with tho woman about 10 o'clock
last night.
Winston Hunter and Julian White,
well known young njen of this city,
were in a friendly schino in the tiled
entrance to the King wholesnle drug
stote this evening when Mr. Hunter
flipped anil fell, striking his head
ngalst a marble pilaster and sustain?
ing Injuries that narrowly missed be?
ing fatal. There is an ugly cut and
slight fracture of the skull on the
left side. It Is thought that he will
recover without permanent Injury. I
Raleigh will entertain the state I
council Junior Order United American !
Mechanics this week, beginning Tuesr'I
day evening with u public session In j
the auditorium. The council will bo
hire for three days, this being the |
twenty-second annual session. Their
are 27.000 Juniors in North Carolina
and over rtftO.OOO in the Cnited States. |
Th< meeting Tuesday night will bn
a welcome service presnl, I over by W.
A. Coopor, and the principal address
to be delivered by At tornny-General
T. W. Rlckeit. Hon. B. It. i.aey. State.!
Treasurer, nnd Mayor James I Johns?
ton will he other local speakers. Tho
response to the address of webome
is to be by 1- T. Hartsall, of Concord,
Past State councillor.
The River "luting Company, of <"hnr
lotte, was chartered to-day for the
purpose of maintaining a clubhouse
and boats on the Catawba River. The
capital is S'Jh.OQO authorized, and ?300
subscribed by R. .1. James. .1. V.. Solo?
mon and J. J. Bran.
Wanted for Sending Infernal Machine
" "i It. Vrinijro, trnnted by Gull for il County, N. c. official* upon n vrarrnnl
charging, the sending of nn Infernal machine t?? Miss Ollle Hoover, ?? prom?
inently ronnecteil young woman of llluli Point. Melntyrc |M described nn
?VClShJnii nltout 133 pound*, ?Ith light hnlr unit blue eyes.
Children Cry for Fletcher's
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CASTOR IA
The Kind You Have Always Bought, nnd which lias bccu
In uso for over 30 years, has borno tho signature of
.?a* and has been made under his per
J^t*-t>?-*; ' sonal supervision slneo its infancy.
"G^C^tw* Allow no ono to deceive you In this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" aro but
Experiments that trlflo with and endanger tho health of
Inlunts and Children?Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTOR IA
Castorla is a harmless Substitute for Castor Oil, Paro
gorio, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant, It
contnliiH neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
Substance. Its aj;o is its guarantee. Et destroys AYorms
and allays Feverishness. It euros Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic* It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency* It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho
Stomach and Bowels? giving lu-althy and natural bleep.
The Children's Puuaoea?Tho 3Iother's Friend*
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
>Bears the Signature of
The lind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years
THt ccntiuk cowrmr. tt mubhav r.TntcT. nrw vom city.
VIRGINIANS WILL
SPEAK FOR WILSON
National Committee Wants Ora?
tors?Various Phases of
Coming Campaign.
Jn response to a request from the
speaker's bureau of the National Dem?
ocratic Committee, State Chairman J.
Taylor Ellyson Is preparing a list of
forceful public speakers In thl.t Statt
who might be .ival.abl?. for service
lit tho approaching fight. In tho list
as so far compiled he has selected men
known for their ability as public
speakers. They may be called to go
to other Statin and help to secure
votes for tho nominees of the party.
Chairman Kllysou was visited by a
perfect shower uf letters yesterday
from tne various bureaus among wan rt
the -work of tho national COmmtlti a
has been divided. They touch on all
the features of campaign work.
One communication was from Chair?
man Ilobert Ewing, of the press con?
tributions bureau. Acting upon a re?
nnest made some weeks ago. Chair?
man Hllyson asked the newspapers ol
Virginia to receive contributions to
the campaign fund of the party. This
second appeal is to have htm ask the
city and county chairmen to use their
tntltiehce towards swelling the num?
ber of contributions sent through the
newspapers, In any way by which they
can add to the list of contributions
w '.in t hnlrmnn to Help.
Complying with this, Mr. Kllyton
wrote yesterday to all city an I county
L'hUlrmeh, They will bo expected to
ace the voters rut far as possible, and
ask them to send money to the news?
papers. "I shall be very much gratl
iled, both as national comrhltteeman
and as State chairman." his letter
ie;,,is, --if you will lend your hearty
co-operation In this way in tho col?
lection of campaign funds for tho
national committee."
It :a felt that .some time Itm't ?
should be placed by newspnpers on
the reception of contributions. This
might emphasize that the money Is J
needed now. at once, so that the Na?
tional Democratic Committee may I
know on what scalo It may plan "is
campaign.
Another corr.munleatlon Is from what
might bo termed tho picture bureau,
notifying the State chairman that there
Is being sent him 3.000 large Wtlson
and Marshall double pictures, f.fii Wilson I
pictures and S00 Marshall pictures He
Will study out a method of Cisposlns;
of these later on.
And again, he is asked for money
Jio has already borrowed and ad?
vanced ll.niio as advance contribution,
and will get more If necessary.
LOSES LIKjg WniLE DATITIAO.
Sixteen-Year-Old Miirtln.svtlle liny
Drowned in Smith River.
(SpeciaJ to The Tlmes-I ilspateh.l
Marttnsvllle. Va., August 19.?.las
Conner, oldest son of <j. \v. Conner,
a merchant here, a boy r.f sixteen
years old, was drowned while bathing
In Smith River, about two miles from
Martinsvill?. at 11 o'clock yesterday
morning. The body was not recovered
until 4 o'clock In the afternoon Young
Conner, with several boy companions,
went to the river early yesterday, and
while wading stepped Into water
twelve feet deep. Neither he nor any
of his companions could swim, conse
Uently he was drowned. The remains
were taken to the former home of tho
I'onners, near Wool wine, Patrick Cun
ty. this morning for Interment.
Kicked l?y n Horse.
Daniel Ooode. colored, had his right
Jaw broken late yesterday afternoon
when "he was kicked by a horse at the
pla/tt of the Crystal Ice company, foot
of Twentieth Street Ho was treated
by Or H. A. Mullock, ambulance sur
geon and removed to the City Hos?
pital'
/1ERG?RY JUMPS
10 HIGHEST POINT
Reaches 97 Degrees and Tops
Hottest July Day by
One Notch.
Tt.? thermometer pliyed antps
through a zone of :t degrees yes?
terday, mounting during the hottest
period of t;.c day id !?7, und sinking
by S o'clock last nlRlit to a temper
nto 73. The cross-section of tho heat
wave, ei( hed upon the endiesB rftTbdn
In the kiosk nt the Capitol Square,
resembled a string of ?ngles on n,
holiday, sinking from tropical heights
to temperate depths In the space of
one or \wo hours and then back
again.
As early as 10.o'clock In the morn?
ing the thermometer hovered ?round
90. At the noon hour It had reached
53 and was climbing, when a codling
breeze shoved tne heat wave back to
87. The breeze died suddenly as It
rime and the mercury jumpci up
?ward uRntn. making 97 before It
stopped It was the highest point
reached this year and topped by one
notch the record of 98 established by
tho Hottest day in July. From 97 the
thermometer dropped steadily, until at
the S o'clock observation at Chim
borazo it stood at 7.1.
Compare-! with the other cities of
the country, Richmond stood second
hottest In the list r.-ported to the
Weather Bureau. Phoenix, in the
sandhills of Arizona, attained a tem?
perature of 98, establishing the day's
V-ecord for the United States. Nor?
folk snd Raleigh tied for third place
with beat record:* of 9t.
a bird's ey< view of the weather
map for yesterday supports the pre?
diction sent out from Washington
Sunday nUtht that the hot wave would
bathe every one of the Southern
States Now Orleans sweltered In a
temperature of 94 and to did Kansas
City. In Washington. T?mpa. Mont?
gomery anT! St. Louis the thermometer
reached 92. The Karden spot of the
nation was DulUth at the tip of LaV?
Superior, where it Was .'>?> degrees
Building Penalts.
Building end repair permit! Were lisu*a;
yesterday na follows:
lt. \V Clay, to iTcri a /.eiaci-erl two-?tery
brick dwelling on the south side e! Floyd
Avenue between Robinien snd Mulberry
Streitf. t<> com $."i,M0.
H <i Meredith, to erert two two-s-.ory
double-brick tenements er, the east side of
Brook Avenue betW'een Cslhoun nnd Hprinc
Street*, to cost $'..?<>. nni to erect a two
ilory brlok tenement, tv.o More*, on tho
JHine bloe|{. to roat 5".>-'1
Henry Frochllng. to ripslr n brick dwell?
ing, 1SO0 Hanover Avenue, to com twe
II. ll"li?tr<-fe. to repair ? hrtrk stab:*, t
South (Madison Street, to cost $Stt>.
.1? ffer.?en Realty forporatton. to repair ?
brb'k betel ut Jefferson und Main Streets,
enlarnlnc d'.nln(t-room. to cost fT.fee.
.-. ind rt?ptlet ?'hiirch. colored, to repair
brick church. Ill Kast Byrd Street, to co?t
?17B.
Went? llerry.
(Special to The Times-Plspatch 1
Bedford city. Va., August 10.?At
i',:S0 o'clock tills nfternoor. :he wedding
of ;iiss Ida Bali Berry nnd Sidney
West, of Garden City. Pin. was cele?
brate,| at the home of Mr. and Mr*
T. D, Berry, the parents of the bride
Hcv. T. C. Pope, of st. .lohn'.? Episcopal
Church, officiated, The marriage was
very nj'iict. belncr witnessed only by
the Immediate relatives of the bride
and Rroom,
The bride wns attended by her pistce.
Mrs rt. E. Tlurkett, at inTtron of honor
The best man was Or. T. P. West, the
brother c.f the k'ronra. of Hertford City.
, no groom Is a son of Capta'n T. r.
West, of Hertford, for several terms :i
representative In the Virgin;. House of
Delegates. He is engaged in agricul?
tural pursuits and orange growing in
Florida. Mr. nnd Mrf. West took tho
7:-tS train en tonte to Florida, where
they will reside.
Have you been looking for a wholesome food,
One that's healthful and nutritious?
A suggestion, perhaps, will do some good,
Try Post Toasties, they're delicious.
Written by E. P. rhWZ.
rare- Hart .v. Murphy, St. Paul; Minn.
One oi the 50 Jingles for which the Postum Co.,
Battle Creek,Mich., paid $1000.00 in June.

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