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Meet:. Woman Who Was Gov?
erness ?-tt Bei Im Conn When
He Wns .i Child.
} n is September 11 -? Tin? Fronch
pa per? arc deeply Interested in the
Kaloc i visli i" Switzerland to at?
tend ti-.f manoeuvres, and the pappn
t- H filled tvltli accounts <>f hon Wll
li.tni -.-harmed hiB hosts as he always
<i -. s Hi personal relationships l-'oi
example, everj one wondered v-h.it the
Kaiser would fihil m Bay t<i his rept'o
sentaivca e>; the Oail lace Indus?
tiie;.. and th< Thurgdvlan ngrleultur*
Isis, Bui for a quarter of an hour he
talked most entertainingly, showing
d' cp knowledge of. lacc-maklng and
tuet Interest In the ?ticthods whereby
the local Industry was maintained.
One of the most Interesting inci?
dents "f the Kaiser's visit was his
meeting with Mile Biijurd, a tJencva
Septuagenarian, who iVus it governess
iit th< iter1111 court when the Kaiser
was a child. The Kmperor Invited hi r
to the lefrntlon and remlnlnesccd with
h'r for more ihaii half an hour, re
calllng the days when hp used to pull,
her legs under the table and make her
ny with Ihughtdr at hix c.xtrnordin
nry grimaces Ho recnlled how he
Hinl rrlnr--- Cons tan tine hoisted their,
sister Sophia on top of a cupboard,
and k-pt her there until her shrieks
brought Mile. Butnrd t-> the rescue. j
In anticipation of his retirement
from the presidency; of France on Feb.
ruary IT next. M, Falllerea has tnl-en
n;i npartmcinl nt No, 19 Ituc Francois
Premier. 11? will have as n neftr I
neighbor Ambassador licrrlck. who
lives at No. f?. M. Fnlllores will pay
$2.S00 a year for the apartment, Which |
Is ore (l)Rht up and contains five bod
rooms, a Inrfte mil amnl! salon and a
l ira- dining room. The house lias ele?
vator and tel.'phono service', it is
lighted by electricity, has a central
heatliip: plant and ampin stables In
The French covernmcnt has bouislit
t?-. bust of Edward Tuck by Andrew
0'< mnor. of Worchestor, Mass which
waa exhlbiteiP In tbe Old Salon. Tho
hupt Will be placed In the Luxemburg
galleries in January.
The Couutess of Ursnoid la nt tbo
H!tr. for n few days with her !
mother, Mrs. Livingston, who has been
Iii Paris for a week. Mrs Ava Willing
As'or Is nt the Ttltz.
Mr. and Mr*. Crawford Hill, of Den?
ver, Bre spending September In Paris.
Their ehlldren will null for America
no..ii in attend school
Judge and Mrs. Qary gave a dinner
a few nights ago to ..11. nml Mrs.
Charles Carroll. Mr and Mrs. Carroll
will sill for home September "C.
Hear-Admiral Id.: and his son have
Bi rived In Paris by motor H orn Vichy.
Mr. and Sirs, Bellamy Stover have
?;.>!?.. t<> Vienna to attend the Eucharla
Count Leon DeFlchlan, tbe noted
atoyullst, who recently visited New
V?rie to study conditions tlilire, has
completed n iiovtti under the title "f
"Some Vcars Hence," In which hu pic?
tures the United States us tin abso?
lute monarchy, with "Theodore II." a*
King. An English translation ?>f the
book Is Iii preparation.
I Spe?lal to The Titnos-Dlspatoh. ]
Willluihsburg, Va.. Sept itnbor 14.?
Dr. and Mrs. .lames s> Wilson have re
tinned from Dublin, Va., where they
Spent the summer.
Miss Grace liealei has returned trom
it \ i*n to relatives und friends in Mid?
Mis. Kate iVunh. of Toano. spent
?evcral days with Wllllamsbur? friends
Miss Marjorle Dana '.eft the first or
the week for Pennsylvania, where tho
will spend the winter.
Miss Cara Armlstend will leave the
first of next week for Southwest Vir?
ginia, where she will stund the wln
Mrs i: M. i.ee and Miss LUey Valden
have returned homo from a visit to
friends ami. relatives in Capo Charles
snd Neiyporju News.
Malcolm Rork?y, of p.tehmond, spent
tho week-end with friends in Wil?
Mrs. W. W. Wilkinson, of Canada,
Is Visiting her sister. Mrs J N Si
Mis? Alice Tllbdae has returned
from Mt. Sterling, Ky? where she was
th< meat of nr. and Mrs. r, s iCcn
nnrd for several weeks
Mrs. Eugene Irving, of Itcldsvllle,
?. C. after spending several weeks
here with her brother, \. k Henley
left fpf homo the first of the week
Mlr-s Virginia Wire |fl i? ?oston for
Vn days, after which she will vl?lt
j'f uncle, the lion John B. Wise In
? w York.
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COLLIER PRO LT US
MtSS 1.1 (V Ii \ v Ii (R1 IN,
, Launching of Mammoth Vessel
at Newport News Entirely
' [Special t<> Tho Times-Dispatch.]
Newport New-s. va., September H.? i
Christened by little Miss Duey Day
Martin, daughter ot Senator Thomas
Maples Martin, of Virginia, the Im?
mense new navel collier, Prootus,
building at tho plant of th Newport
News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock
Company for the United states Navy,
was successfully launched this morn- ;
ii i; at 11 o'clock. The launching was
entirely intbrrhal, and was witnessed
by only n few Invited guests, aside
frohi the members of the christening
iintuCdlntely nftor the vessel took
the water the builders tendered a
I.n at th" Win wlek Mold to the
sponsor, covers bplnn; laid for tlfty
guests, Mltlo Mi.'s Martin wn3 ac?
companied by her father und her
Bruntliuother, Mis. C, F. Day, of
Stnltliileld, and was attended by Misses
?-".iii Randolph and Kli/.nbcth ICear
..f CliHrlottesvillo, und Mary Car
ter Itlildl I); of i lorlda.
Senatol Martin, his daughter und
party ICH ii>>nlght ftir OhorlbtteavUle.
Tin. Pi'Oc'tiis is the largost nttynl
collier yet built for the government,
621 feet long, ',<< feet brood and
1 '? . t deep. Slit) will displaee 13.0i.il
tuns, will have a carrying capacity ot
ir?.ft<)fl tons of eoal. and will lie hhld
t.? make IB knots an hour at cruising
speed She ?Iii be completed in six
Norfolk. Va, September H.?Six mon
narrowly escaped death thin afternoon
when the Dougherty tu?-, Albatross,
sunk the gnsdlene launch Helen in the
Ultziibcth River off Hi-: Old Uomlnlon
Steamship Company's wharf. All o"
the men were rescued, but not until
two i.f them had gone down for tlio
last time. Those In the launch were.
William Klyver. Louis Tack, John
Dlmay, JoIiti i.'apehart, .lohn Waller,
The men were employed by Korc &
tlordon, proprietors of the Marine iron
WorkS, atid worn returning to tno
company's plant m Berkley from At?
lantic City, where they hud been work?
ing, au were bollermakera and help?
ers with the exception of Klyver, who
is a machinist. The Albatross, a sea?
going tuK. was hoadlnj? down the
river at n good rate of speed and tho
little lnunrh was making Its way up.
a whlstlb came from the launch first,
followed by a similar signal from Hid
tug. Then, according tu those in tho
launch; the lug blow two whistles and
changed her course. This brought tho
.a inch directly across the bow of thd
tiiir. and the men. soelnsr a crash
Imminent, started to .tump overboard;
.lust us the ttiR turned Dowdy, who
was steerin-' the launch, threw his
wneol over Iii ah effort to clear the
fur, but before he could cet th" little
craft out Of the way tho tins l>orr>
down on him, striking the smaller boat
[amidships, cutting It entirely in two.
School opens Monday, and nr. doubt you have overlooked the most important factor?SCHOOL
SHOES for tho ( hitdreh.
If ever they need good shoes they need them in the Fall?the advance guard of winter and cold
Why not guard against the health of your children. Buy H?FHEIMER'S SHOES for them.
Keep their fret dry and wan;: ' >ur shoes are constructed alon;* modern line;-', they give long wear
and absolute i mf< rt. Lxua good soles and strong, serviceable uppers are. the requisites in every
pair oi i U >/ HEIMER'S SHOES ?the best Ira'.hers only are used in the making.
Shoes, Button and
blucher. the kind
tha' v."e<ir9 .
Mieiee' Kid and Gun
met*! Button and Bl??
cher Shoes All
Boys' Gunmotal Button
and Bluchers ? Latest
styles; wear re
MiisrV Gunmetal, Tan
and Patent Leather- -But?
ton and bluchers,
Boys' Goodyear Welt?
Button and blucher; gun
m e t a 1, Russian
and patent leather
Growing Girls' Shoes
In all leathers; every pair
$2.CO and . . .
N. W. Corner
Third and Broad
I Reports Tell of Heavy Losses as
Result of September
[Special to The Times Dispatch.]
New Orleans, September 14.?Several
| ships destroyed, others blown ?s?or?
>r badly battered, four known dentils,
and immense damage to property, trtiok
farms, oyster beds and municipalities,
tell part of the story of tho great Gulf
j stoi iu that to-day swept inland utter
whipping the coast from below Pen*
sacola to tiie passes of tho Mississippi
Hlver. The storm passed by *?>?.?? Or?
leans and vicinity, but the wireless
advices and reports from many parts
lcnt? that another September ?ur
I flea in is forming At fensaoola aiid
along tu- west shore of Florida the
blow ivas the worst sine- tho ure.it
storm 01 i. the official gauge be?
ing blown awn] altor registering over
Seventy-four miles .tit hour.
To-uifchi reports coming from ovor
crippleU wires t? l? of heavy losses to
shipping, in tho t'cnsacoln harbor the
revenue cutter Pen rose is a total
tvri k After bel?g rammed by a great
SCOW loaded with lumber, Sho wan bat?
tered between several barges.
The- 1,600 Iceland Ilm i Nostorlan was
blow ti uoil/il'C Pei'hnpti a seero of
05'stor schooners and numerous lighters
and otiicr crniis iVbre beOChc-J or had
their hulls almost crushed Several
?"?in steamers; were reported In distress
to-night and are believed to be ashore.
Mobile, where th? fury of th" wind
was lc?*, suffered heavily bdtlt from
damagb to shipping nnd In Hi- cltj
Itself. The big steamboat National
went down in deep water. Tin gov
criituoiit dredge Bernard was saved
only ;.fter desperate efforts, which cost
the Pre of one man and iiij-:r.-.l llhlf
n. dozen oth.-rs. Two other li\. were
lost in the bay.
Street car nervleo In the city wa?i
pnrntyzed, due to t'.:o destruction <>r
nhd obstruction of tracks,
Small truck l?rm-, sufferii.l heavily
an.! Ii In feared ttvjre |,ns been ??tiier
life loss at small fls'ilur; stall? na along
(Continued From F:r?,t P.i^?)
son Commissioner of Agrl jlture! in?
dustry nnd Kxports of South Card
lino, who. it Is sn:d. has had more
to do In recent years with booming;
that State than any other one than
The committee on arrangements hltsts
at some surprises at the Auditorium
meeting, Hie nature of which have!
not ... . n divulged; but it is just pos?
sible Hint there may be another
speaker of unusual note and int? : ?s?
Charles T. Norman, chairman of the
tierteral Committee In ehargH of the!
reception 01 tike Richmond Boosters on
their return, has announced the fol?
lowing committees to have a part in
the arrangements for the must meet?
lug planned tor Thiirsuay night, and;
in making tie- announcement my a that
women will bo expected, that :i portion
of the Auditorium will be reserved lot :
the Boosters and their escort, but that
there will be seats for every one, and
that all Interested In the pruKn-.->s and,
welfare of Richmond lire Invited to
join In the puradc and march for
? omtnltteefl .Named.
1 Committee on Program?C. r. Sauer, |
Walter C. Mercer.
Committee on Reception wt the Sta?
tion_O. Herbert Funston, 15. C. Laird.
Julian Blnf?nl. Jr., i>. Vi*. Durretti j
Committee on Parade?Mose? Thal-1
himer. Samuel W. Meek. Hudson I?.
lioeh. . _ i
Committee on Illumination end lac?
eration?M. B. Fl?rsheim. Wi T. Shep-|
herd, J. M. Waller.
ainmttlee on Auditorium?George
\V. Rok.us. C. i- Walker. Travis t>.
Wal kins. C. R. Nuckols<
The Western Union Telegraph Com- |
pane has Issued a general circular to]
iiecntS along the route of the train
clvlhe its schedule. Arrangements
Itnve 1.11 mad.- ict the Richmond office
by which telegraph messages intended
for Richmond business men uii tho
train will l>e delivered to the train at
us next scheduled .-.top.
KxiciiiHlva arrangements have been 1
mad.- In each city Und town along the .
route for meeting the visitors, for pa- 1
1 tides h ?! I? the Booster baud. (01 ad?
dresses and a general get-together or
the represontativo business men of
lib Inn..nd and those of the Carolinas,
The train schedule, which the various ,
railway lines have guaranteed to live
p to follows;
l lrM Dmj ? Monday, September 111.
Town. Arrive. Leave.
Richmond. I2:!.0 a. m.
ROOkj Mount... 7 ?<>'? A Mi U >" A. M.
Wilson . 9:35 A. M. 10:00 A. M.
Washington _Una A.M. 12110 P; M,
Newborn . I :2fl P. M. 8;lo P. M.
Klnston . 3:2 ' P. M. S'.r.o P. M.
Codnboro . I 30 r. M. 0:30 P.M.
Raleigh . 7:13 P.M.
Second 11 n>-?Tuesday, Reptemtier it.
Town. Arrive. l-esave. 1
Raleigh . '? 00 A. M.
Fnyettevlllc .... R :00 A.M. :<:."?" A. M.
M.v.oi .11 00 A.M. 11:15 A. M.
Bennettsvllle ..ill :55 A.M. 12:23 P. M.
I larlington . 1:15 P. M. 1:45 P. M,
Florence . . 2?15P.M. 2:55P.M.
Sumter . 4:05 p. M. 4:55 P. M,
Columbia . S:26 IV M.
Third Dry?Wednesday, September 18?]
Town. Arrive. L-ave.
Columbia . iiiOO A. M.
N. n berry .._ 7:0 J A. M. 9:0J A. M,
Clinton . 9:50A.M. jn.MA.m.'
lUi -os .i" ?:.-. .\m 10 55 A. m.
Greenville .12:15 P.M. 1:1fi P. M.
. WpartanburK .... 2:20P.M. g:10P.M.|
Cnffiiey .4:05 P. M. 4:-"> P. M.;
, >?? ksblirg . 4:35 P. m. 4:5" P. M. I
tiastohl 1 . ;. 10 P. m. 5:55 P. M,
; 1 nurlh i>ny?Thursday, September in.
I Town Arrive. Leave. !
Charlotte . 5:00 A. m. '
Salisbury .. . r..-30A.M. 0:25 A. M
I Mich Point.1 1 \ M 10:51a.m.
I Gr? enShbi.... 11 :t5:A m. 11:45 A. m.
Durham . 1:30P M. 2:30 p. m
11. nderibn .... 4 in p m ins p. m!
ri. hmond . 7:10 P. M
1 it ??>n nnd Tbeli Itepreaentatlres.
The following Hi. hmond bus'ness
Will i ii., pan in the Richmond
Rooster Tour of 1912, and win be rep
reseuted by the following members:
American Locomotive Company. \V.
s. Seamans, Jr.
American [tread and linking Com
pali: . Rv< rctl Pei klnson.
\ ::-:^i Grocery Company, August
Julian C Anderson .1 ?'ompany,
Juli,in c Anderson.
A c Anthony; .lr. A. O Anthony. Jr,
George McD, lilako A Company,
tleorv;. McD. Rinke.
Bins w anger .\ Company, M. I. Rlns
P 11 Bowman, s 11 Bowrha'm
H c. Boschcn, II Carl H?schen.
The Burton System, Inc., \\\ s. Bur?
Chain! company. B. R. Benton.
H Clarl .. a Bons, Aaron Clarke.
Cottrell Saddlery Company. J. T.
Palmatory. Thon,as Carney.
The CrBfts Plaho Company, A. J.
R. L Christian i: Company, J. U
HEADQUARTERS FOR LOW PRICES
Compare our prices with what you uro paying. Wo sell you very best and save you 25 per cent.
Best Tea on tho market for Ice tea, lb.
Best Vlnsku Brand Salmon, large cans now . toe
strii il> I'urc Mlii'iuailc County Cider Vine1
ft or. gallon ..,_.._.
New Sweet Potatoes, 20c hall pack; or, peck.35c
Best New Irish Potatoes, large ones, 28c peck;
or, per bushel .11.00
Hresh (Iracker Dust . f>?
Fresh Oyster Crackers. 6c
Finest Presenino. Pears, peck.20c
Pure Ground Pcppor, II? . 20c
5-lb. jars llome-Mndo Preserves . 35?
High Grade o( Buttcrlnc, lb. . 20c
Matchless or Armour Shield Ham, lb.17c
New Swltzer Cheese, lb. .25?-"
x bars Circus Soup, lor laundry, large barn.25c
Good Salt Pork, lb. .He
Good Lard, lb. . He
Armour's star or Supreme Brands Very Best
Sugut < i" cd Hams; lb .18c
Verj large cans Host Mustard Sardines.8c
20-Mulc-Tcam Boras, .-lb. pkg., 4c; tf-lb.
pkg., 8c; I -lb. pkg.12c
Golden Crown High Grade Syrup, full quart cans.9c
Finest quality Strained Honey, lb.I-'' <
Jcllo Powders for Ice cream, 9c, oi 3 pkgs. . ,25c
Bordcn's Brand tall ?.ins Peerless Milk, 9c can;
small cans, (> cans .25c
Pure Country Cotiib Money. 17c
Finest Spices for pickling, lb.. 20c
Sweet Mixed Pickles, gallon.60?:
Quart jars Table Mustard .10c
Fresh Mixed < lakes, lb. . 10c
l rccstonc California Canned Peaches, can N<
Llbby's Large White Asparagus, can 2h
Pure Virginia Cider Vinegar, the very best, gal, 25c
Highest tirade Creamery butter, in l-lb. car?
7 lbs. Large Lump Starch lor. 25?
Fresh Country Butter received daily, lb.28c
Large cans Best Sour Krout, can. Se
i. boxes Red Soul Lye . 25c
Ice Cream Freezing Salt, peck.lUc
Large i .ms Square Brand Condensed Milk.9o
Celluloid Starch, package.4c
Fresh Mushroom Crackers, lb.15c
Gootl Creamery Mutter, lb. . 30c
3-lb. jars Homo-Made Preserves.20c
Fresh Soda Crackers and Ginger Snaps, lb,.5c
Good l-Striiiji Brooms.20c
l-lb. bags Whole Grain Kite. s>
Hoot Beer, makes 5 'Aals., bottle . 5c
Imported Claret Wine, large bottle.30c
Large i ans ext rn quollt) California Lemon < lllng
Best Vmerlcan Granulated Sugar, lb. 5 c
t :risi i?, use lit place ol butter, 2-lb. ?-.ins for,.. .24<
Extra I Ine Imported Rhine Wlric, per bottle 15c
Snowdrift Lar?l, all size cans, lb.12 ;<c
Soui Pickles, por gallon ... . 23c
Snowflnkc Patent I nmilv Flour, Mc bagi or,
pel barrel .'. 15.30
Pun* Pichllnft Spices, lb. _ ....
PlUsbury Host I lotit. lib hue.; or. barnl $0.25
New Fa I Irish Mackerel, 5c, oi u for 25c
Fresh Country Butler roroivod dally, lb.
Fine Cream American Cheese, lb.
Nearby Kggs, dozen 29c
Finest quality Imported Italian Olive oil for
table or medicinal purposes pint cans, .19,;
quart cams, ??''<?; small bottles ' iov
Spring Chickens, II?. ><,,
California Hums, lb. pjt.
2 large packages Toothpick 5C
Large Juicy Lemons, dozen 20c
Duffy's Malt Whiskey, $1.01 ;i,-s 85c
Host City Ground Mcul, peck iSc
Good Feed Oats, bushel sue
finest Slimmer drink. Walker's Most Crape
Juice, large <|ti.irt bottles, 35c; pint bottles . .18c
Regular 5c packages Adams Chewing Gum,
0 !*>?" 25c
Atmotir's llliili Grade 5c Toilet Snip, highly
perfumed, now, One dozen 35c
Mother's fir Quaker's Oats, package.9c
Finest Sherry Wine, in sealed bottles.35c
Campbell's Pork and Means, can.uc
Good Green or Mixed Tci, ll>. \uv
Whole (.rain Rice, lb. ,7c
Now Onions, 5? quart; or, per peck .. .35c
Mason Jurs, porcelain lined quarts, 54c dozen,
pints, 50? do/en; . gallons, per dozen .72c
Regular 5? pu kages lump Starch, 7 pkgs. 25c
ti Potted Tongue or Ham foi 25c
lllgli-Grudi Mixed (..ikes, 6 different kind-,, lb!. 10c
Dclatour Finest Ginger Ale, good us Imported,
7 bats Domino Most 5c Toilet Soap.25c
Ccrcsota Flour, 43c bug; l?.irrol . .$6.65
Gold Modal Flour, 38c bag; per barrel $5.83
Silver King Flour, 36c bag; per barrel .. $5.70
lalrbank's Cottolene, In cans, all sizes, 2's,
?I s, id's; per pound . . 1 |c
Largo ? ans Michigan packed Pork and Means,
regulai 10c cans, now .. . ?t.
Succotash, 9c tan, Ol S for. 25c
Country Smoked .lowIs, lb.qc
7 large bars Lenox Soup foi .25c
Maccaronl and Spaghet t i, l-lb. pkgs., .i-. t.,"V.,7c
Best c|ualit) Breakfast Baconi lb..21c
Smlthfield Hams, II?. pic
Pure Ground Coffee, H>. isc
Wood's Me.i N. C. Moo llcrrlng, 2V. dozen;
half barrels . 12.75
I Im st Queen Olives, quart Jar . 40c
Old Rye and Corn Whiskey, gallon %~> no
Old Apple Brandy, gallon . ^oo
old French Brntnly, gallon S2.0(i
Absolutely Pure Leal Lai I lb. 14^
Winner Brand Best Grade Condensed Milk,
lie cun; or, per do/.en . il.25
1820-22 East Main St. 2 STOPES 2 506 E. Marshall St.
i.orlry company. J. a. coricy. i ranK
v. . Coriey.
) ? ilhlbp Mills. .1 V. illiird tTi .11 ;r.
Freeman Advertising Agency, D, c.
John rooKCj John r'ocge, jr.
Pirat National Batik, John T>ier.
J. l;. fowler, C. Klrby king.
Gordon Metal Company, Frank W.
Uroon i Redd, WlUUm P. Redd.
a llatki ,v Company, J A. liatke.
?? n. llnyncs .'i Company, C. B.
Home Hrewinpr. Company, Fritz Mt
C. liaaso & .Suns. it. llaaie.
Jones Brothers A Company, J. P.
J< fl.rrson Motel. O. F. Weitster.
Phil G. Kelly company, J. M Culit
Lphmahh LI this Company, Oscar
Mitssai liusctts Mutual Life Insuraneo
iny, C. H. llli tiurdson.
Mb<<a 1 ta Veriport-Taylor Company,
i:. M McClure.
Merchants' National Hank. Jeter
Waller P. Moses & Company, Arthur
Metropolitan I'nEiavlnii Company. F.
Norfolk Southern Railroad. Charles
i>. j..- Grnndo.
National State ind City Rank. Julien
Noah Remedy Company. I.euls B.
Planters' Nutlonnl Hank. W. w.
Parker Brawher Company, J. M.
w nggamah, \V, J. Mpran,
i nllard & Bagby. John O. Richard?
Pnrllv ice Cream, .r. H Fill.
Richmond Electric Company, J B.
II. w. Rountrec A Rio. Trunk and
Bag Company. A. ,- Riuntree.
Chne. M. Btlcff, K p. Pike
C I' Kriucr Company, C, F Hauer.
Kchwarzchild Brothers, Hoi M
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I Write Dr. II. II. Grsent Sent, 8o? t. Atlant?. Gt,
:t!i Courtney Company, Alvln
Smith, W. a. Hanks.
Southern Manufacturing Company,
Wallace o. Capltalne,
Sy.lnor & Hundley, O. U Bydh?r.
riintltlrilor Hi oth.-m. I. Jl. Johni ?:.
Tragle l*iuc Company, Cd wird c
Trade Extension Hur.au j. a. saun
Undcrwood Typewriter Company; K
Virginia Bonded Watehouae Com?
pany, Henry Uolchklas.
Virgin la-Carollpa chemical Company
Frank Crutchflcld. S. H. Jillcrsoh. Sel
Virginia .?tat? Insurance Company.
0 II Harris.
Virginia Stain Fair Association. Joe
Everett Waddcy Company, Woodson
-'"'Hi T. Wilson Company, H. VcrV?< i,
H. W. W'lson Paper Company. B. W.
.1. E M. Walker. J. E. M Walk, r
George Alhsllei Mayor of Richmond.
T, M. Currlhgion, President Chamber
W, T. Dabhey. HasincSB Manager
Chamber of Commerce.
? !? Waiford. Jr.. Secretory Html
iifMi Mens Out.-.
VV. Ai Clarke, Jr.. Secretary Retail
a-ei chants' Ai so< lation.
II, L ll?riy.I, Secretary Travelers
1 j tectl - c Association.
T S. Gibbon; Secretary United Com?
mercial Travelers' Association.
c. E. Ivey. Secretary Advertisers'
Club, Civic Cd-Operative Organization.
w. II, Owen, Rlchinond-Chestoi'iicld
Business Men's Association.
Heaboard Air Line, Vaughah
Southern Rail war. s. K. Burgess.
The Times- U is patch, J. .-l GcOrgc
Bryan, Allen Potts, Richard Rlley, S.
.1 Waggarnan. Jr.. J. T. W. Curtis,
Horace- F. Smith, William R. Smith.
Sarcastically Labels His Recent
Speeches as ?"Utterances of
I Special to Tho Ttiucs-pispat 1
hau Francisco, September Col?
onel Roosevolt to-night signalized ma
entry into the Statu which furnished
him a running mute by letting loose;
another broa?slde at "Brother Wilson','
as ho dubbed his Dethociatt? rival lor
tin- presidential lionuts.
The Progressive candidate spoke t"
a packed andiene, at tin Colb>euni. It
was thu culmination of a scries of
open-handed greetings extended hun
through Colorado ami California.
Aiming ut Wilson, Roosevelt sar?
castically labelled Iiis recent speeches
before the New Voik Press Club nnd
at iho Syrucuso State Fair an "tho ut?
terance of a :cbipoi master."
The particular Wilstuilan statements
to wh'cfi iho Hull Moose leader replied
were those dismissing the progressiv)
plan for greater exerc|i p ..t govern?
mental rights, by to., people and his
criticism of the third party movement.
I Wilson's declaration that the history
jof government had been the llmltal on
; ef government was labelled by Roose
j veil as "a professional varlcneo."
. Wilton, he bald, voiced this view
I as of a monarchlal form of govern
I incut, and not one by the p. bp o.
Roosevelt Insisted that thi:; viewpoint,
loglcaily carried forward, would mean
inter cllmln.iton of nil Industrial anil
I social reform:? sought by the people.
As to Wilson's reported criticism or
Roosevelt for continuing his campaign
cry of theft at Chicago, the Colonel
[suggested thai the Democratic Candi?
da to to read the newspaper article
written at Chicago by William J.
Bryan, who. Ho said, nominated Mr.
Tho candidates had rather a rest?
ful day of It. There were only two
formnl speeches, one onrly In the day
ut Reno and another late this after?
noon at Sacramento. At Reno ho
claimed credit for enactment of tho
reclamation and pure food laws dur?
ing his administration and ?roj>ht*i?d i
??r? of Honor Given
? o Eight] -all Irirmnl
ulnsltt. v?., September M? Cio.?i?|
? federate veterans hem this afters
f uponroi for th*
uneht, which meet*
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It is a delight just to visit our cool
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Business Men s Lunch, daily, 35c.
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Special Sunday Dinner .50c
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Tanner Pauit & Oil Co.
141/ and 1410 Fast Main,