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Personal Th? marriage of Miss Emily Gravatt an<l Robert Archer Goodwin, Jr., was celebrated yesterday afternoon at half after 5 o'clock In the morning chapel of Holy Trinity Church. Tho cere? mony was performed by the Rev. John J. Ciravatt, father of tho bride, and ?the Rev. Robert A. Goodwin, father Of tho groom. Miss Mary Ambler Good Win was the bride's maid ot honor and only attendant, and Conrad Goodwin was the groom's best man. Edward Goodwin and Ihnes Johnson acted as ushers. Only the Episcopal clergy of the cltv and the nearest relatives of both bride and groom were present Mr. and Mrs. Goodwin will make their home in Kln klang, Chlr-s. where the former Is sin. tloned as a missionary from this couu Pretty Wedding. Ferns and evergreens will decorate the Mattapont Baptist Church, In King and Queen County, this mornint; at halt-past 10 o'clock, when Miss Lucy Catesby Ryland, daughter of .Joseph Rylahd, of Cumnor, and granddaugh? ter of the late L>r. Thomas Eatane, will bo married to William Ashton Win free, eon of Mr. and Mrs. lt. W. Win free. The ceremony will be performed by the Rev. Joseph Lewis, a cousin of the bride. In the presence of a large gathering of relatives and friends, and Mrs. B. IL Walker will preside at the orgai ? Lohengrin" Wedding Maren will he played at the entry of the bridal ptrty, end "Relieve Me, If All Those Endearing Voung Charms." dur? ing the ceremony. The brlde> who will enter the church nrlth her maid of honor, will wear a smart traveling itiit of blue cloth, with a picture hat. She will carry a shower bouquet of Br'.?e roses, and her orna? ments will bf a pearl and game* brooch, worn by her mother at her weeding, and a pearl necklace, the gilt of the groom Miss Prlscllla Ry lar.d will h, r sister's maid of honor, and Merrllle Wlnfree, 1:rother of th. proorn, will bo best mat:. The maid of honor will be powncd in Oriental lace made over pale blue satin, and she will carry pl.-.k roses The bridesmaids are Misses Pearl Wlnfree, Nannie Gouldln, Oline and Gillette Bagby. They will wear blue, pink, (.?:?"?:. :?;?.??? ?','!? r r.. ? - ?;. ???? ?;??IXrv" m Made in Richmond ?!????IIIIIW ?! ???II I I . /eddingA : " tlowers \ Should be of \ 'Quaranteed" \ freshness.'They ) Com Mo More- I Here, to 630 / 50c bar Green Castile .Soap, 29c at Tragle's j-.-.-. HAVE YOU SEEK THE New Method Gas Ranges ? AT ? PETTIT & COS/? SCHOOL SHOES, The Kind Thai \\ ear." tfl.r.O Pair. N. W. Corner Third and Broad. DETROIT GAS KAN GES. ALASKA REFRIGERATORS. OLD HICKORY FI' It N IT I' It I*. BOLD ONLY BY JURGE 201 East Brottd Streer. Final Clcaranco of all Coats, Suit, and Presses. Sellers Kitchen Cabinets $22.50 to $3 5 00 at Jones Bros. & Co., Inc. 1418-1420 E. Main St. Children's White Canvas Button Shoe3, SI.00 ALBERT STEIN KING OF SHOES, 5th and Broad Furniture, Carpets and Stoves ROTHERT & CO. Fourth and Broad Store closed to-day on ac? count of holiday. tied with tulle to match their gowns. Tho uahera will Include E. C. Toon and Dr, T. H. Latane. A reception will be given the bridal party at "Edgwood." the home of the bride, immediately following the cere? mony. The house will be prettily deco? rated for tiie orpapion In garlands of Mowers and evergreens, and Misses Ldlth Wlnfr. <-. and Mabel McDonald will preside at the punch bowl. Mr. and Mrs. Wlnfreo will leave immedi? ately after the ceremony for Boston, Albany ar;d other Northern cities. Ouests from a distance- are Mrs. W. t> Stuart, Misses Mabel McDonald. Edith win.'re.. Myrtlaiia Taylor, pearl Wlhfrce, Rtil ? Wltifree; Mr. and Mr-. R. W. tVlhtrcBi A M. Pullen, I.ucien viand. Thurlow Gregory, -Mr and Mrs. i; c Toone, of Richmond; Mrs. E. A ? i'i i d. Miss Elizabeth Gerard Miss s . ? .:<??<? Ryland, of pine Blurr. Ark M|ss Nannie Goulditl, of Bowling Green Charles Hale, of Tappr. bannock, and Malcolm Dlllard, of Centre Cross. Itrturnrd to ItlcbmotMl. Misses Kathleen and Lois Richard? son, who have been the guests of Dr. and Mrs. t. Brady, in Ro?ri?k?. for B?ntc time past, have returned to th< lr home r.;i Crpv Aventic They were among the guests attending the gor man given on Monday evening by the Southw? t German Club in the !.--:'.! room of the Country Club Tho ger tnan was led by Duncan Hob?rt and Rogi r Graf. Mrs. j. Pry or Davis, with her three ?'? ??? itore, and Mrs. F R. Meredith, re turned to Richmond on Monday from Westmoreland County. where they have been for th'j month of August Miss D?-bor.ih McCarthy also returned to Richmond with Mrs. Davis and Mrs Mer< diih. I t: :..e III lilt A nil oil need Mrs James B, Taylor has announced the engagement of her daughter. Mat tie Williams, to William James Arm? strong. The wedding win be quietly celebrated at the home of the bride's sister. .Mrs. W. n. Whitman, of Roa rioke, sOnie time early in November. Miss Taylor Is a daughter of the late Rev James B. Taylor, of Richmond. Mr, Armstrong Is a lawyer from Hous? ton. Texas. Bnkcr-Flrtt. .W< Inesday evening. August 21. at t. o'clock, a quiet wedding took place at "Tin Maples," the residence of Mr. und Mrs,; James Flett, Wlaxton. when t'-tclr eldest daughter. Mary Elds, was united In marriage to Weiley Baker. Richmond. The ceremony was performed by Rev. William N. Chantler, of Brarr.p" ton, in the drawlnfj-room, which was beautifully decorated with golden plow and ferns. 'Ii.- bride, whi was alven away by her father, wore an Ivory duchess satin d.-oss with exquisite lace ar.d ! pearl trimmlngi and her veil was i caught up wlt'.i orange b'.ossoms and pearls. She rarrled a shower bouquet j of white roses and Miles of the valley ' and wore the groom's gift, a pearl j and diamond pendant Miss Meta r lett, sister of the bride, was maid I of honor, and wore a dainty frock of ! pink silk with overdres- of pale yet- ! low hlrion trimmed with lace ani ! pearl ornaments, Her flowers were! pink rotes, and she also wr>re the gift of the "-room, a pearl peridot necklet. I Miss P. Baker, Stratford, ar.d Miss M ? Raker, Regina, sisters of the groom; Miss E. Flett, Walkerton. and Miss T. j Taylor. Hanover, acted as ribbon- I bearers, lormlng an alslo for the bridal party. Miss Olive Giipln pre- ; SI led at F.ia piano, and Mrs. .1- W. Flett, Erin, sang "Because" during the signing of the register and later "O l air, O Sweet and Holy." After the ceremony a buffet lunch? eon was served In the dining-room, where the color scheme was carried out in pink, white and green. The table was prettily decorated with baskets of sweet pens and pink r'bbon. A huge shower bouquet of peas fell from the electriller. Mrs. W. Smith, of Meaford. and Mrs. E. Jones. Wlar ton. presided at rite table, assisted by Misses Jones, Smith, Taylor. Wltthun and Jackson. The aunie evening from S to 10 o'clock a largo reception was held by the mother of the bride. Mrs. James Symon and Miss O Gilpln presided In the tea room, assisted by Misses A. Pat'-mon. S. Jackson. L. Smith and I Witthun Mrs; W. Newman and Mrs. V. Gilpln assisted in the draw? ing-room. Later on Mr. and Mrs. Baker left for a trip before going to their home In Richmond, the bride traveling in a blue (-'.ilfTon broadcloth suit, with buff trimmings and hat to match. S.,n-,f of the guest?. from a distance wer.-: Miss Raker, Regina; Miss R. Raker. Stratford; Misses Taylor and Wltthun, Hanover: Miss Klett and Misses McNally. Walkerton: Mrs. W. Smith and Miss Laeta. Meaford; Mrs. S. Thompson. North Dakota; Mrs. T. Pugg. Wo od ha tn; Mr. and Mrs. S. Pl?rity, Owen Sound: Mr. and Mrs. J. Vanslyke, Hepworth; Mrs. w. Telford. Toronto: Mr. and Mrs. J W. I'lett. Erin, and Mrs. A. Dengate. London. Engagement of Interest. Says a Norfolk exchange: "Dr. William Ryland Gwathmoy. of Middlesex County, anr.oiinrcs the en? gagement of his sifter. Bessie Temple, to Frank Woolfolk Scott, the wedding to take pla.ee in October. "Miss Gwnthmey Cms frequently vlslttd Norfolk as the guest of Mr. and Mrs C. 11 Sullivan, and lias many frl. nils in this city. ?'Mr. Scott, who Is a Virginian by birth, is now a prominent business man in Arkansas." In nnd tint of Tovt n. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jonathan Bryan left town yest. rday to spend a few days In I N. w York CIF,'. Mrs. Mason and her daughter. Miss Louisa Mason, have returned to their home on Cast Grace Street, after upending the summer at Markant strid Elkton. Mrs. Maryus Jones has gone to Mas sanettn Springs, where she expects to spend some time. Miss Nannie Minor and Miss Carrie Davis, who have been traveling abroad since June are expected home in a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur P. Wilmer have ^turned to Richmond, after spending 10 summer In Ablngdon, Joseph M Ferguson, of Wlshlngton, is hero as the guest of his sister, Mrs. Llllle Tenser, of 1300 West Main Street. Miss Bessie Jackson, who has been visiting Miss Martha Hall for a week In Staunton, has returned to Rich? mond. Mrs. Conrad Hutch.es.on, will, icayo town In a few days to visit friends In Maryland. Mrs. Thomas Atkins Is the guest of relatives In, Richmond this month. Mrs. Alfred Cary and family have letumed to tht-lr home on West Ave? nue, after spending tho summer with relatives In Albernarle. Mrs Mary r. Rose, Miss Helen Rose anil Mrs. Walter A. Creath have re? turned from an extended stay In At? lantic City and Cape May. N. J. Mrs Allen Dounan and little Miss Virginia Donnan have returned to their home on Floyd Avenue, after visiting friends In Waynesboro and Lewisburg, Mrs. Gertrude Massle has returned to the city, aft.r a short visit to Mr. and Mrs. Trank Massle in Charlottcs vlllc, Mis:* Margie lirny, of this city, has been a rcci nt guest of friends In Fred, crjcksbtirg, N Bh Tract, of Portsmouth, has visiting relatives hero for a few tfs. James Renson, who has been tin:; her sister. Mrs. Alfred Ben . here, has returned to her home In Iiis Bessie Kersey, of Richmond, Is ^uest of relatives in Portsmouth a short time. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Fox havo re turned to Staunton, after spendlns sev. eral weeks In this city. Miss Dallas Bee has returned to her >mo on West Grace JStroet, after lending several weeks at Old Point. 1'uckct l<-II us hour. (.Special to The Times-Dispatch.] Staunton. Va.. September 11.?The marriage of William Balnbrldge Pack? elte, of Charles Town, W. Va.. ajid Miss Catherine Hoshour, of tnls city, wan solemnized this morning at Trinity Episcopal Church at 9.30 o'clock. Rev. Wait-r y. Hulllhen, recur of the church, officiating. Th* bride was at tehdt 1 by Miss Catherine Bell as maid of honor and by little Mls? Framces Parkette, sister of the groom, as girl. Miss Mario Hammond, assistant organist of Trinity Church, played the wedding march. The brido i- the nuly daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. H jshour. of this city, and Is a graduate of the Staur.ton High .School ...vi also attended Stuart Hall several sessions Mr. Packette mado his home in Staunton for some time, while at t< ndlng the Dur.smOre Business College, arid ho is now located In Hinten, W. Va., where he holds a position. The young couple left Immediately after the ceremony for a wedding trip north, after which they will go to Hlnton to make their home. Morris?Lohr. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.I Etau.-iton. Va., September 11.?Hamp fiert P. Morris and Miss Alice Lohr were married In Washington yesterday In the First Presbyterian Church by Rev. Donald MacLeod Miss Lohr, who Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Lohr, of near tho city, has been In training for the last year at tr.a Au? gusta Sanatorium. Mr. Morris, who Is ??: .i.-.:.:. from Gord tnu vli'.e. now re? sides in Staunton. He was located in P.. ..n-.ond for a short tlmo about a STRENGTH TO STAND THE HEAT. Milam is the greatest prevention for heat prostration. It not only builds up the general system to resist the heat, but clears the blood of all acid and other Irritants that inflame the skia. Office Furniture Sydnor & Hundley, Inc. Grace and Seventh. Open Every n?r Until 0 o'clock. For Oil Cooking and Heating Stoves 107 E. BROAD STREET MILLINER Y?Women 'a and Misses' Outer Apparel. Mime Quality Kvery I PURITY ICE CREAM CORP., Monroe 1SC1. Hopkins Furniture lo. 7 West Broad St. Cash or Credit. WI HAK IS A SPECIALTY of pnckit.g household gooda and (bins for shipment. Rountrce -Sutherland Cherry Corporation I 111-113-115 West Oroad Street^ To observe holiday^ the Thalhimer Store] will be closed all day. j COLLEGE SESSION WILL OPEM TO-DAY Bright Prospects for Large At? tendance at Washington and Lee. [Special to The T:mcr-Dlrpalch.l Lexington, Va., September fl.?The 131st session of Washington and !?<?' University will begin on Thursday ot this week, and students, both old and new. are coming In rapidly. The freshmen have riot only the administra? tive officers of the university, but an Information bureau and the Young Men's C.iristlan Association workers to help them g-H conveniently located. The students returning from their rummer vacation will Und that a great many changer, have taken place at the university, the most notable or which Is the change In the head of th ; university. Dr. Henry Louis Smith hav? ing entered upon his duties as presi? dent on .luly 1. On the same day N D. fimlthsoti succeeded Professor Thomas J. Farrar as registrar. Dr. Karrar will now give all of his time to his chair in German. The only change made in the teach? ing staff of the university is an addi? tional professorship In the law school, to be known as the Vincent L. Brad? ford professorship of constitutions! and international law, which was pro? vided for by the board of trustees at Its meeting lost June Robert W. Withers, of Bedford CltS", an ?l?mnus of Washington ar.d Lee and a graduate- f the law school, has been elected to fill this chair. Ah addition to th* Mologtca.1 labo? ratory has been made at a cost ot $1,500, and two offices have been built in Newcomb Hall for administrative work. The minimum entrance requirements have been raised from two units to twelve units, and this, of course. Will serve to cut down the attendance, b?t the prospects for the romlng year are most promlsln- indeed. McDonald?St. rialr. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.1 Rocky Mount, va., September 11.? A marriage of interest throughout the State, owing to thj popularity of the young couple, was celebrated to-day at 4:30 o'clock at Scott Memorial Church, when Miss Katie St. Clalr, of Rocky Mount, first assistant in the high school, was wedded to A. S. Mc? Donald, of Warrentoh, a former prin? cipal of the school, now principal of Woodlawn Normal Hirh School. Hi v. H. W. Dunkley performed the marriage, ceremony, ar.d Mrs. George. W. Gilbert played the wedding march. The ushers were Dr. George W. Hook? er, John Martin, Walter St. Clalr, a brother of the bride, and Taylor Price. Miss Janic Price, of Roanoke, a j cousin of the bride, was maid of honor. I Gowned In white marquisette and car- , rying pink bridesmaid roses, she en? tered with the bride, who was gowned In a dark blue traveling suit, with hat ' and gloves to match, and carried Bride roses. She was met ot the altar by the groom, with his brother. R. T. McDon? ald, of Warrcnton, as best man, who entered by the opposite aisle. Following the ceremony of the Meth? odist Kpiscopal Church. South. Mr. and Mrs. McDonald left for Woodlawn, where they will reside. The bride, who Is the daughter of Mrs. Bettle St. Clalr, Is a graduate of the State Xormal School at Farmvllle. and has taught In the schools of Dan? ville. PUlaskl City and Rocky Mount. The groom is a son of S. M. McDon? ald, of Warrenton. He Is a graduate of William and Mary Collyge and Is a progressive anil successful teaciier. He was prlnc'.p il of the Rocky Mount H'-^li School for three years, during which time ills bride was his tlrst Ksslstant, and it was then the romance began which culminated in the nuptials of the young couple to-day. The bride Is also a cultured musi? cian, and has been organist at Scott Memorial Church for several years. Mr?. Julln Anne George. [Special to Tho Times-Dispatch.] Hoathsvllle, Va., September 11?Mrs. i Julia Anno George died at tier home, ntear Fisherman, Sunday afternoon, aged about seventy-two years. Sao dle&vos ?vu children, two boys and three girls. Interment will bo In Whlto Stone Baptist Cemetery. rotter?Rnlna, [Special to Tho Tlmes-DlBpatch.] Heathsville. Va.. September 11.?On yesterday afternoon Miss Oracle B. Ruins, of lower Lancaster, and John E. Potter, of Poplar Nock, were mar? ried at the Methodist parsonage in Irvlngton by Rev. J. D. Hosier. Shell on?Jones. [Special to Tito Times Dispatch.) FroderlcJtsburg, Va., September 11.? Bernard J. Bhelton, formerly of this' olty, and Miss Kathcrino Elisabeth Jones, of Detroit, Mich., wore married last night at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jones, oft Detroit. Mr. Shelton Is now a resident , of Lonoconlng, Md., where the couple Will reside. Mr. and -Mrs. Shelton loft for a bridal trip to Niagara Falls, New York. Philadelphia and Fredorlcksburg, Va. Wlilio here the couple win visit the groom's parents. Mr. and Mrs. John B. Shelton, who reside In Stafford County, near this city. Montgomery?Wbrcier [Special to Tho Times-Dispatch.] CharlOttOSVlllc, Vo., September 11.?? Ray C. Montgomery, of Bath County, and Miss Margaret Rachel Wheeler, t :" Albemarle County, wore married this morning by the Rev. George L. Petrle, D. D.. of the Presbyterian Church. They will reside at Millboro Springs. Bath County. Performs Triple Ceremony. Lharlottesvlile, va., September il_ At tile hoarding house of E. A Mayo tills afternoon Dr. George L, Petr'ie. of the Presbyterian Church, officiated at a triple marriage, uniting three couples at tho'same lim? by one cere? mony, follows: L.on.-.r'd Cash and Miss Annie Wood80n; Harris,.,, Smith and Miss Carrie Cash'; George Wilson.' und Miss EllZft WOodsOn, all of Albe? marle County This morning at the same place Dr. Petrle married May Balsloy, of Augusta County, and Miss Edna Parr, of Aloe ma rlo. WILL BE NEXT HEIR TO ANCIENT BARONETCY Sir Reginald Pole-Carew Will Be Successor to Sir Edmund la Pole. DY l.\ MAHQPI9K in: FONTKNOY. r-f-i 1-1 HOUGH tho death ->t sir Edmund I la Polo and the Ion ?.r X his brother. Frederick. ;?. ? ??n llrmed bachelor in the nelghbor hood of seventy, General Sir Reginald Pole-Carew, (whose name Is pro? nounced p joi-Cai ??>?) becomes noxt heir to tho ancient Baronetcy of i>,.- ta Pole of Shu to, and to the Shute Houso estate, near Axmlnster. in Devonshire. i :?? general is ecleb?tod au tne best looking man of Iiis t.1 iiIt in the army, white his wife, Bady Beatrice Pole Crew, eldest dughter of the Marquis of Ormond", Commodore of the Royal Yacht Squadron, is famous tor her beauty, in addition to which she pos? sesses by Inheritance from her grand uncle. Bord Dlsmore, an Independent in? come of $100,000, and a tine old place In Tlpperary, known us Shanbally Cas tle. One of the Keneral's slaters. Car? oline, married some years ago an American, the late Francis William Boring, "f Boston. Contrary to what has been stated, the family of Do In l'ole, while very ancient, has no con? nection with tho De la Poles who In t.'ie Middle Ages wero Dukes -it Stlf i?.;k. who were closely allied to the Plantagenets, an.i who furnished a prince to the church, in the person of ' Cardinal Pole, that able legate to "Bloody" Mary's court, tho wise and pacific counsels of whom were unfor I tunalely overborne by those of Philip , of Spain. "Antony," Sir Reginald's own place I In Devonshire, which dates from the relgh <?: George I., Is perched up among the wojded heights of the tidal river Bynher, which runs into Plymouth ; Sound. Among the treasures of the house Is a glass case bearing the in? scription. "Queen Elisabeth's l'rosont to the Children of Richard Carew of ! Antony, l?st.," and containing a num? ber if silver toys, tiny cups, spoons. ! saucers. candlesticks. etc. Richard Carew was a Godson of tho Virgin Queen. and the portrait of herself ? which s-ha presented to him hanga In the great dining-room Antony comes to the genera] through the female line, for Sir .1 >hh Carew Of Antony, left no sons, hut only daughters, the eldest of whom, .lane Carew. inherited the estate and bequeathed them to her grandson, Reginald Pole, on condition that he ? should assume tho name and arms "'f her family In addition to his own. He was Secretary of State for the Homo Department In the Pitt Administration I of Georiro Ill s time, and tho general is his great-grandson. Tho Carcws nre one of the very few families that can trnc? their descent without a break from the AnBlo-Saxon ' period, tae founder of their house hav? ing been ptlie, a powerful Engll.su And do not know what to take? Then go to your doctor. Ask his opinion of Ayer's Sarsapa rilla. No alcohol, no stimula? tion. A blood purifier, a nerve tonic, a strong alterative, an aid to digestion. Let your doc? tor decide. "GOOD FOR THE EYES"E This phrase, adopt? ed hy us many years ago, is not meaning' less, hut is a con? densed definition of tho object of our aim and worK. it Tfme, ?] Main and W 8th Sis. 'THE MARK ET-F1ACE Antiseptically bottled and .sealed at the Bprinp and delivered in eterile class to the conaumcr. Lenox Plated Teaspoons, $1.25 per dozen. The E. B. Taylor Co. Filial < lenn-t p Prices on ? i ".nir.lt DRESSES, stirs. %VAIST AM) SKIRTS. J. B. Everything for vour Home allow profit" prices Ser oiu Mow St?CRi Ryan-Smith*9 A Hamilton Watch 515.00 anil up. The world's last at tin; pi ice. Smith 8t Webster [Time b'lctuilists, - 61J L. .Mam Street. Thane In tho rolgn of fcWward the Con? fessor. Tho present, head of tho family I? Sir H< nry Carew, tenth baronet of nla lino. Ha has boon rather badly treated In the matter of inheritance by hie undo and predecessor, who bequeathed tho .;.? istral .-statu of Haccombo, which figures In the Doomsday Book, to hlj two daughters, a couple of old maids, who may or may not havo sufficient family feeling to rcstaru It by will to the title. The Curows of llaccomhe enjoy n J sue b exemption from all taxation an 1 duties, by virtue or a royal warrant tu .lohn Carew. who was commander of the artnv sent to Italy by Henry VIII. and his ally Francis I., of France, to rescue l'ope Clement VII. from tho prison into which ho had been cast by Emperor Charles V. AdJ lining the old manor la an equally ancient church, singularly decorated; for Sir Nicholas Carew, who nourished in Henry VI's reign, managed to win his bride, a daughter of Sir Hugh Courte nny, by means of a water that ho woulj swim Ills ..orse a mile out t ?> noti In Torbay, where the tides are very strong and back again. In memory of this foat he nailed the four iron shoen of tho horso to the door of the church, and two of them remain In place to this day, together with the rusted rom nants of tho other pair, attached, to the good piece of oak where tiny wcro set live hundred years ago. In recording these letters the other day the attempts made to steal from the F.x-Crown Princess of Brazil at ' the Chatcnu d'Eu. tho former Imperial crown of that country, I mentioned the warm regard and esteem In which she and her house are still held In the land ? ?f her birth. Last week the Cx-Crown I Princess and her husbnnd, tho Comte d'Ku. Journeyed to Paris on the Invi? tation of th* Brazilian Ambassador there to Inspect the nno statue by Augusto Milliard, of her father the late Emperor Dom Pedro, which the Bra? zilian Government Is erecting on tho best site at Klo de Janeiro It In tho i tir.-t occasion, so far as I am aware. ! "f a republic paying so remarkable a ! trlbue to a monarch whom it dethroned and exiled. Everybody has read with Interest tho dramatic storv of the llinht and death In the wilds of Africa of that American aleph.\ht-ponchor, Henry Rogers, and also the tale of his extra? ordinary career as a soldier uf fortune. But little has been said of the Brit? ish olllcer who ran him to earth with a party composed of one ulitto "ho n com.," and eight Soudanese soldiers. For many months tho ohasa went on, extending from tho Abyssinian frm ir right across fio Dark Continent to the Belgian Congo, the pursuers eventually overtaking Rogers, and en? deavoring vainly to save his life by cutting out tho bullet from his wound. The ifllc-r In question, Captain Charles Vincent Fox, Is an Irishman, who after Joining tho Grenadier Quarts as s sub? altern, won the diamond and tho Wlng flcld SeUla on tho Thanns at Henley, a double honor that has rarely fallen to an amateur. He also won the nild dlc-welght Oilleers' Boxing Champion? ship of the army, and In 1*07 played three-quarterback on the London Irish I football team. In luos ho was attached to the Egyptian army, as Inspector of the Mont.ilia Province of la.- S ludan. and as such undertook yie pursuit of Rogers. His elder brother won th-j Victoria Criiss by heroism under tire !n Southern I Nigeria, while another brother, who i was killed at Omdtirman. had captained tii. Dublin University Boat Club. Kinc George on tho occasion of his l ist birthday, bestowed a peerage on Sir Thomas Borthwlck. head of a great Liverpool and Manchester concern Whl h virtually controls the trade from t ?? live-tock market in Australia to tho "deat-meat" market In Great Brit? ain, the firm owning enormous ranches In the Antipodes. Some time always elapses beforo the patent of n peerage can bo made out. and receive the sovereign's signature, and the Gnat Seal of the Realm. Sir Thomas died suddenly beforo these formalities had been accomplished, and now King George has caused a hew patent to be prepared, bestowing tho peerage upon Sir Th .mass eldest son. He will bo I?>rd Whltburgh, of Whlt ?burgh. In Midlothian. The King has also ordered that tho widow of the late Sir Thon.as and her younger children Shall enjoy tho samo style and pr< ? - dence as If the into Sir Thomas had lived to receive his honors; that Is to say. Lady Borthwlck becomes l.ady XVllltburgh. a peeress of the realm_ a dignity which she will forf. it In the event Of her remarrlape?? bile the young children nro henceforth cntttod to the prefix ?'honorable" to their names. (Copyright, 1912; by tho Brentwood Company.) PATRIOTIC SONS WILL MEET NEXT AT ROANOKE Stale Convention at Frederleknbtirs Adjourns After Electing Officers. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.] Frederlcksburg, Va.. September 11? The State Convention of the Patriotic I Ord-r. Sons of America, which con? vened here yesterday morning, ad? journed at a late hour last night. af-| ter electing the following officers: \Vi H Bice, of Richmond, president; T. J. Hacker, o: Ronnoke, vice-president; J. R. Chartters. of Stafford, master of forms; A. I* Grove, of Stanford, cc due tor; E. B. Adams, of Chlncotoaguc, j inspector; II. M ltoblnson. of Fair View Heights, gusird. The total mem-' bershlp of tho order in tho State, isj 6,000 and l.COo new members were ad? ded In the past year. Roanoko was selected as the placo of meeting of the annual convention next year. After the adjournment of the business ses? sion last night, the body enjoyed a, banquet, at which a number of ltn-j promptu speeches wcro made by Htattt Socrotary F. W. Alexander; Rev. T. J, Hacker, ProfesBor A. It. Powering and others. Tho order had a most sue crssful session here, ono of the. best In Its hlste?v. und the delegates enjoy? ed themselves Individ'.:.illy. City Commissioner R. Stuart Hover | tins appointed Samuel Flt/.hugh M. rk of the city market here, and Georpte. IV. Books, superintendent of the City Almshouse. A recruiting station for tho United Si.it.s Navy will bo opened In the post-olilco building In this city Sep? tember 1? to it, In chnrge of Captain J. .T. Gray. Ralph D.nrd, a prominent oltlzcn an 1 farmer of Stafford County, has con? fessed to tho following JudRinent? In open court In the Circuit Court of Stafford County for the benefit of hU creditors! the <;. M. M. and Export Co., Ittdgment of $2,SM.2i: P. McCracken, Bro. & C.>. $ioo, u. E. Smelko, $1,878; M. g. Willis. $182.88; c, w. Jones, $325.53; Vf. L Br.tnn.it.. $95.29; David Hlrsh & Son. $467.57; P. M. Cntchestor, $500; .1. B Gray, $110; M. S. Chancellor. $t*S; A. C. Doggelt. $41. R, A. Brown A- Bro.. doing a general grocery business here, havo made an assignment for the benefit of fholr creditors, among them several firms in Baltimore, but th<? amounts are small. Dce-Jnckson Camp. Daughters of the Confederacy, will bestow cresses of ; honor upon Confederate veterans and j descendants of dead veterans at Reod | vllle September If. A big, free dinner LwlU be served. tojj4i v.c.l?rand. S?ft-fti* Silverware It ij generally aclmowltdsed tha*-oust silver stocks arc the most comprehenslvcr! and beautiful in tho city. We maintain this ?uprerrracy in every, detail of our business. SCHWARZSCIIILD BROS., Richmond's Leading Jowelers, Second -and Broad Sts. ??i-clsos v/lll continue oil d;iy. It, M.| I^o, Jr., of Fairfax, will bo the prlti-| clpal speaker of the day. Others will be T. J. Downing and H. fcJ. Smith. Union veterans who may be present will be Invited to Join In the exercises with tha Cofederata veterans. Mr. and lira. A. It Chandler. Sr., oC . Bowling Green, celebrated tlie forty fifth annlversay of their marriage at ? their home at Howling Green yesterday with a quiet family reunion, which was thoroughly enjoyed. All of their chil? dren and grandchildren were present. Including Mr. and Mrs. John W. Chand? ler a.l daughter, of Houston, Texas; ! Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Carl ton and son, j of Montgomery. Ala.: Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Man- and two children, of Washington. ! and Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Chandler, Jr., 9 , of this city. Fielder?I.htt?, f Special to The Times-Dispatch. 1 Onancork, Va., September 11.?A very pretty marriage was solemnized at tho First Baptist Church yesterday morn? ing at 10 o'clock, when Miss Florence Whiting Raws, daughter of Mrs. Joel Newton Daws, became the bride of John James Fielder, of Staunton. Tho ceremony was performed by Rev. D. M. Ritter, brother-in-law of the bride, and Mrs. Ritter played tile wedding march. Only a few intimate friends wore pres? ent. The groom's brothor, William Fielder, of Stnttnton, being among tho out of town guests. The bride wore a blue tailored suit, with hat and gloves to match. Mr. and Mrs. Fielder took the Northern flier for N.-w York. They will bo at home to their friends at Staunton, Va., after October 1. BANK CASHIER MISSING Atlanta, Qsu, September 11.?Atlanta police have been asked to aid In tho Search f.-r J. H. McVicker, cashier of tho Rank of Fllenwood. Kllenwood. GO., by Miss aKte I.on MeVii-ker. sister "t the maSlng .ashler . McVicker left ; Ellqnwood M. nday for Atlanta, but .has not been beard from since. I A. M. Stewart, of MoDonough. presi? dent of t-e bunk, In a statement to I night said, to the best of his knowl edge, t.ie affairs of the bank are In? tact. ! The bank of Ellenwood was closed I to-day. Glllum?Slansy, Harrlsonburg. Vo., September 11.?A marriage of unusual Interest was sol eninlzcd to-day at the home of Mrs. Premiss Weaver, at Island Ford, Rock Ingham County, when lier sister. Miss Margaret Christian Matizy. daughter of the late Joseph G. Mau/.y. ot" McGa heysvlllei berame tho bride of Roy T. Qlllum, one of the nine Glllum brothers composing the famous baseball team j In Orange County. The groom Is a I traveling salesman of Chnrlottosvlllt. The Matizy family Is prominent In Val I ley social cireles. Anderson's Carpet House, 215 E. Broad Street, Rugs of Quality Representing the best mills in the country. You will find the French Wiltons in the softest shades and colorings. Our racks are full. Let us show you our line. Prices forx quality the lowest. Kazak Rugs A large line of colors to select from. The ideal lied sr p^"Uer.2si4.50 Portieres and Lace Curtains Third Floor. A most attractive line to show you, including the lat? est novelties. ?80. Anderson & Sons jBBUBB I for the Money?at WESTPOINT VA. 11 PORT RICHMOND * T Offers the best chance for you to double) f your mo.icy quickly by invcitin^ in real i estate. LITTLE FRUIT FARMS BIG MONEY MAKERS. [ Address 0. D. K Weit Poiat?^*?