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KRAMER IS FOUND
Chicago. December U gglMIKl Kra
Rser Trg)gi*rl :.: Sen York us geeet iorj
af'e the tat! La the Koaentael mur?
aler, was arreatod hen .1 j-o?;. 1
Chicago teteetlvaa after a de:*i>> 11 <itc
resistance, |g vfclek Kramei was
beat en unconscious. Acting on tele
graphic information from New YicU.
the detectives found Kramer aisUag I?
? house on the police llt>t In the Want
Kramer Is twenty-thre* years old.
Mid is known under a gltntak I of other
names He was crtarated ?Ith havinK
ahelteied "U>p the Biool" arid two
eompanlona In hla Brooklyn home
after the Koscnthal .shouting Kramer
was Indicted as accea&ory by a New
Tork grand jury, but escaped from
th- house of detention.
On receipt of a telegram from New
Tork that Kramer ?a?> hldiu? here.
Captain Halpln. of the Chicago de?
tective bureau, sent a aquad of de?
tectives In an automobile to surround
the house whtii Kraasa* was said to
Detectives Kgaa und O'Connor
entered and found Krataat upstairs
JHe. reached for a revolver, but was
pverpowered before he could use It.
No Indictment tgnlnst Kramer.
New York, December :i ?When Dte
ttict Attorney Cbarlea Whitman heard
Of the capture of Samuel Kramer In
Chicago to-night he said the most im
toortant point ipnn whlcb the authori?
ties here wou: ! ::k- to kr. j\\ Is wheth?
er he was aldod from tl 1 house of de?
tention during the R ker-Koscnthal
trials while he was ?> >ng held as a
1 be district attorney- said there was
no Indictment standing against Kram
ae. 11- was arrested In tx mpany with
**Oy p the Blood" and "Lofty Louie"
BjX the time detective* seized the two
(armen in a Brooklyn flat, and It was
ellesre,-) thst Krarr.er had assisted the
tD.tr In hiding
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'taMvh^st MM F>TO*ed 9tr ?
PABAOOtf PH.A-RM AOs*
taanrol sand Oary gtl I last
W. W. FKIETND.
Main and Beividere Sts.
The most modern and up-to-date
Fireproof Storage Building :n the
South; vaults for jilver and other
valuable*; individua. trunk room?;
ate m heated piano rooms and every
other modern tonvenience for the
care of household goods Get our esti
sr.ite on crating and shipping your
furniture- Phone Monroe 843
ORPHINE B "^*0EHewia?Cered
fMu i I by Governor seal other jmmM Q^Tfc*
afpesse or matten ame treat nvent neeeao*. SO
DR. POWER GRIP BLEI. Sopt,
? Cedet?ref? .??li?H?a
?eat naa. Let
YOU CAN BUY
a Burk-Made Suit and Overcoat and pay no more for it than
you would for the average factory-made clothes. A Burk
Made Suit and Overcoat are in a class to themselves. Why
pay as much for inferior makes?
Prices $12.53 to $30.00.
BURK & COMPANY,
Main and Eighth Streets.
'News of South Richmond
? J. P. Sadler and H. 11. Bruce I .-?;<??! M
Hun for Leglalature.
Already the political factions of
Cheat er fi'-Id County are casting about
for candldatea t? represent the county
In the lower branch of the Matts L*g
teliature. Several prominent atea haw
been mentioned for the position by
frlenda. but none ha* yet announced
Ti e man whose natu.. 1? most tru n
tl->ned Is J. P Sadler, of l'orest Hill
Mr. Sadler is a practicing attorney.
While a resident of Po what an Courty
he represented the Fifteenth Dis?
trict. ? aclfig the counties of Ches
I terfleld, powhatan and (ioociiland. In
j the Senate. Since moving to Korest
? Hill he has taken an active lnt-resi
i In all progressive moves and has
gained a number of powerful friends.
When asked last nlgbt concerning ????
I Candida* y Mr. Sadler said he had ti">t I
considered the matter and was not a j
candidate. Friends, however, assert
that every poeslble effort will be made j
to have him In the race.
R H. Bruc-. of Chester, is another ?
prospective candidate who has a large
following. Mr Bruce Is a young man '
snd liaa ne' er sought office He is an |
active worker in the PoaaOcrettlC rankf. '
and ni man in the county is better I
known. While he has refused to com?
mit himself, his friends are bringing 1
strong pressure to bear to induce him j
to formally announce himself tor til- '
place. There ?s a general feeling that I
he will do so.
CITY WATER REFUSED
Without Water aad Fire Protectlsa.
^wtaaboro < oialdf r? Annexation.
Cut off from all hope of getting tl".e j
#touth stSeJasaeSad water mains extended
Into their territory, the residents of
Kwansboro are serijU'ly considering
the subject f annexation with Rich?
mond The announced intention of
the Cham?er of Conimerce of Itlch
mond to send out speakers Into the
suburban districts to talk up annexa?
tion has greatly lnt_-res?,-rd several if
the citizens, and they will endeavor
to have a mealing called at -in eaily
Swansboro Is a thriving village of 1
t.S?? souls, but is without any of tue
conveniences of towns many hundr- is
smaller. It eTM thought that the city
I water mains would be cxter.d-d Thia
' was refused by the Water Committee j
' ?f the Common Council. Without wa?
ter UM village Is powerless to fignt
lire. Kllther bonds must be issued to
cover the laying* of a water eyetem or
the protection of the city must be
In the matter of streetes the dis?
trict la also badly neglected. The
Board of Supervisors of Chesterfield ;
County has the expenditure of ail
money for this work and la loath to
I \ ; r.\ money Improving property near J
the city. An atterapt to make the vil- |
l?ge an Incorporated town was de?
cisively defeated several years ago.
Since then the question has not been
Leaves Rather Than Testify.
1 Mrs nillard Kierson whose husband
1 was trl^d yesterday before Justice H.
A. Maurice, in Police Tourt, Pert II,
on a charge of nonsupport. Is missing
ft ess her home at Twenfv-flrst and
Stockton Streets The police are In?
clined to believe she left temporsrily
rather then testify against her errant
KlersT. however, was not saved by
her absence. On the testimony of Pro?
bation Officer B. A. Portlaux it was
I show n that he had falle i to pay her
J a sum weekly required by a bond
under which he was placed st a pre?
vious conviction. He was accordingly
given an indefinite s*nterace st hard
labor on the publl? roads.
Pleads f.uilty to A sea-wit.
Pleading- guilty to a charge ot
assaulting, striking and beating B. C.
Grubbs. thr complainant. C. L> Jewett
- was yesterday fined IS snd costs in
Police Court. Pert II.
Scott McCargo. Richard Wooldridg*
and Walter McMehon. s trio of srtists
caught Sunday by Officer W. E Way
mack while engaged In a crap game,
were each fined 13 and costs by Justice
Maurice. In default of the cash the
men w-ere sent tr> JelL
Cktld Injured try Marklaerj
The suit of T. J. Bush, an infsnt.
who suee by his next friend agatnat
J. B. Chewnlng at Os> for personal in
juries alleged to have been sustained
through th. negligence of the defend- j
ant. win be heard in Hustings CourL '
Parft If. to-morrow before Judge Er-'
nev II W. 11? The case haa been set
for trial ar.d continued four time*, j
Bush, who I* a small child, was hart
nearly a year ago while playing around
some machinery whKh waa being used
by Chewnlng in the construction ->f
sewer* It Is the contention of rh?
plaintiff that the machinery, being nat?
urally attractive to children, should
not have bwen left exposed where
they <ould get at ,f. The ,-.;m of i : ??? ??
i* aought as damages
gPrw. Jewofaets tMe*.
Mrs Horms nie Mol?e Jennings, wife
of H. F. Jennings, a reed estate lealer
of 1PI0 Hull Street, died pewtrrdey
? n-c at ? 16 .vriock at he- home
Donation? of provisions, fund*,
furniture, or arty hcratehoM ad?
ditions will be gratefully received
at the Spring Street Home on
Friday. December 6.
. ?14 China Street. The arrangements
I for the funeral have not yet been
! completed. Mrs. Jennings loaeoo. bc
; sides her husband, six i hlidreii?Wll
lism, Alice. John. Matilda Wirt and
I Hugh Jennings.
Pajilsaia Hold Meetlna.
I The directors of the Manchester
I Building. Ixan and Trust Company met
last night at trie Mechanics' and Mer?
chants' Bank. Although the meeting
was a called one, only routine busf
I liens wax transacted.
Fire In Chesterfield Casslj.
I Considerable damage was done to the
home of W. J. Gllllam. on the Broad
Rock Road, in Chesterfield County, by
Are which w-j*s discovered yesterday
afternoon at 1 15 o'clock. The blase
originated In the chimney and was
caused bv a defective flue. It was pre?
vented from spreading by the work of
neighbors, who hastily- formed a bucket
O. J. Andrews, who has been seri?
ously 111 at his home on East Fifth
Street. Is reported Improving.
J. Morton Ciraves. superintendent of :
the Standard OH Company, left last
night for Roanoke on business.
Mrs. A. X. Roberts, of East T. ntTI
Stre.t. left yesterday for Washington!
and Baltimore, where she will be the
guest of relatives.
EIGHT LIVES LOST
III TRAIN WRECK
Four Killed Outright and Others
Die Shortly After
Zanesvilie. Ohio. December 3?E'stht
live? were sacrificed and five persons .
are not expected to live as a result
of a Wieck on the Pennsylvania Rail?
road near Dresden. Ohio. to-n'ght. ;
hour persons were killed outright ?r.d ?
three died soon after the crasn.
The casualties occurred on the rear
coach of a passenger train when the
engtao of another train plowed through
It, reduc'ng the car a.nj its occupants
into a tangled mass of broken bodies
??nd steel and timber.
'1 he dead:
Mrs. B A. Anderson.
Two small children of Mrs. Anderson ,
Henry Baiblan, Cleveland.
Max Harris. Lodl, Ohio.
L- H. Blaney. Zanesvilie. brakeman. :
Henry Bart lee, Albion.
The wreck occurred between Trin- I
way and Zanesvilie. The engine broke
uown and a flagman was sent back :
to flag the Ctnclnnatl-Muskingum
Valley tratu. but the latt*r was too '.
The engine plowed through the rear
coach and completely demolished it.
The dead and Injured 'ere all In the'.r
coach. Several were Injured by Jump- '
ing. The eight who were fatally hurt
were scalded by escaping steam. The
accident to the Cleveland. Akron and
Columbua engine was cau#ed by a plug
blowing out. ?? nen the other engine
I r a ah ?a Into the train it teleacoye-d ;
the rear coach. A few of the passen?
gers jumped out of the window when
they aaw the engine coming, but the
others had no chance to escape.
CILPEF?H BAAK BUB..XS.
Fire Started by Explosion of Movteg '?
r Special to The Times-Dispatch] ,
Culpeper. Va.. December 3?The ,
building occupied by the Second Xa- J
tlonal Bank of this place was de-1
stroyed to-r.:ght at 10:30 o'clock by i
Are caused by the explosion of a mov-,
Ing picture machine la the opera
hoi,?e, which was over the bank The
offices of Dr. A. & Rixey and Fred
Hudgins, town recorder, which were
over the bank building, were also :
destroyed. The loss Is about $10.000
which is fully covered by Insurance
The ej?nk vault, with all the records
and securities are locked and are safe. ?
CVRRIE-e?Entered Into rest st her:
reetdence. 112? Brook Road. PTem
ber j at 1 A, M.. MRS MART V.
'TKRIE. widow of John I. Currle.
and daughter of the late John I.lnd
aey. aged seventy-three years J?he
!s survived hy three children?Mra
Ada C Patriarch. W W. Curr'e. and
H. L. Currle?two slstera. Mrs.'Oeo
W. Eppe and Mr*. W. F. Ruakeil?
end one brother. John Dlndsey. Jr.
Funeral from about residence 3 II
P. M. WEDNESDAT. Friends In?
vited to attend.
ARMISTEAD ?D'ed. Tuesday afer
noon. December t. 1?12, at : 50 .
?dock. THOMAS S. ARMISTEAD.
Funeral notice later.
POT.ENKFVFER?Died, at hia resl
deace. laOs Weat Carr. at ?10 A. M..
I>-cemner 3. l?ll. AUOCST VODEV
KKM) I F. In t*ie sixty-first year of
I ur.ersl from rt Mary's Charcb
TUTRSPAl MORVUCrj at l" k
Interment In St Mary's Cetn? :??-?.
Friends and acquaintance* taaNgi
PETTWAT?Died, Tuesday December |
?.?et 4.10 a M. ALMA SADIE, be?
loved wife of Eid ward W Pert way.
in the thtrt'eth paar of ber ace Phe
leave*, baa I dee aar haehaad. three
chll "ren te mourn tbelr loss
Her remain* are et the residence
of her parent*. ?II North Twonty
eeventh Street. Funeral from above
ret dence THURSDAY. December j.
et 1? A. at Interment tn Oak wood.
FTIende and acqualntnnee. are in?
vited to attend
Sleep on. dear Alma ae free from
A* eke her not sweet sp!-lt. to suf?
She is resting ee peacefully. On. let
her sleep oa.
. Her Buffering* are over, her trouble,
Her dying words were I am trugt?
tag the Lara." MOTHER
Impeachment Trial Resumed
JfDGE ROBERT W. ARCHBALD.
Continued From Ff-st Ptue.i
pondence" by the judge with a rail?
road attorney concerning a pending
case, and al'-eged attempts to have
notes payable to Judge Archhald dis?
counted by attorneys and litigants be
lore hia court.
In presenting the case to the House.
Representative ?'layton said that the
Judiciary Committee was of opinion
that Judge Arch aid's "sense of moral
rea ponsibiltty had become deadened.'
and that he had "prostituted his high
office for personal profit.'' The prin?
cipal charge grew out of the Katy?
did Culm Bank deal. In this charge
it was asserted that while the Erie
Railroad Company had pending before
the Commerce- Court two suits. Judge
Aichbald. corruptly taking advantan
of his official position, induced the offl
c'als of the Hillside Coal and Iron!
Company, and of the Erie Railroad.]
which owned that company, to BgTroa1
to sell the coal company's Interest ;
in the Kadydid dump to Judge Arch
bads' and Edward J. Williams.
In his answer, Judge Arcbbald de- ]
nied Ukn1 he had acted corruptly, or'
had tak- . advantage of hla poaltlon. j
His attorneys took the position that
it was not a cr'me for a Federal Judge]
to become Interested In an attempt j
to purchase property from one who
was or might become a litigant before)
his court. They declared that no at- '
How to Look Years
Lea? Than Your Age
(From The Dermatologist.)
Th? moat aged face will look years
younger after the use of ordinary mar.
colized wax for from ten days to two
weeks. This remarkable substance, be?
cause of Its peculiar absorptive power,
actually removes the thin veil of faded
or withered outer cuticle, s little at a
time. Gradually the fresher, more
youthful skin underneath Is revealed.
This absorption process being a purely [
hygienic one. an entirely natural com- ]
plexlon 1a acquired?-quite different!
from the artificial complexion, which
appears anything but girlish, though I
often bearing painful evidence of child- j
Ishness. An ounce of rnercollzrd wa?,
obtainable at any drug store. Is suffi?
cient to rejuvenate any oomplexlon. It
Is put or. Tike cold cream at bedtime,
and renv\ e.j mornings with warm,
To eradicate such sge marks as
Tr-lnkles and furrr.ws. rnske a wash lo?
tion by dlesolvtng an ounce of pow?
dered saxollte !n a half pint wltoh
haseL Tbia has wonderful astrtnsrent
and tonic properties It quickly eff*<-ee
*H kinds of wrlnklee, no matter how
caused, making the sklr. firm, smooth
and young looking
Pay City Taxes
Room 107. City Hall.
Richmond. Vs.. De-retr.ber 1 1*11
THE LAST HALF OF CTTT TAXE", j
REAL ESTATE AND PERSONAL. FOR I
1B12 ARE DUE EM DECEMBER. AND ;
SHOCLD BE PAID AT THIS OFFICE.
EVERT MAXdE. twenty-on- years of
age. and EVERY pereon keeping house
or doing business In the city. Is as?
sessed for personal taxes Those who
bare not paid any cJty faxes during
che year are urged to call and settle,
so as to avoid being posted an dslin
fTV-E PER CENT will be added to,
loot half If not palJ on or before DE?
CEMBER II. _
Interest at sTTX PER CENT also At?
ta oh es to all bills as soon as reported
Particular attention la called to too
above, as under :h? efty ordinance
there oaei be no sv idanoe of the p?n?
ORADINO TAVIXG AND SEWER
rnWECTl'*v BILL? v sl?o due and
payable FIVE PER CENT penalty
will be added to all l?i: Gradlpg. Pav.
Ing and Sewer i'.?.nert on hills NOT
PAID BT JANTAFT It, IftJ
WABeTTNOTOW WARP "MXES F/TC
mast be pa'd at the office of i>EPT.TT
fOld.BCfPOR. Tenth and Hall Streets
H. L. HULCE,
tempt was made to get the property
for less than its fair value.
Another prominent charge was that
Judge Archbald undertook, for a eon- ?
slderatlon, to assist George M. Wat- j
son, an attorney of Scran ton. Pa. to
Battle a reparation ault brought by the
Marlon Coal Company against tho!
Delaware. I^ackawanna and Western
Pa-.road Company, and to aall for C. '
G. Boland and W .P Boland, a large:
portion of the stock of the Marlon j
foal Company to the railroad In
his answer. Judge Archbald declared,
he acted in this manner merely aa a;
friend of Watson and C- G. Boland.
wit boat ever having received a sug-1
gei'tion of compensation.
In response to every charge, attor
neya for Judge Archibald replied that
the acts charged did not constitute;
an lmpeachable offense, or a high
erlasa of misdemeanor, as defined In j
MRS. MILLER DIES
Mr? Annie Maria M'ller. who died
?yesterday at her home In Amheret. Va..
was the mother of Mrs. L J. Bowles
and Wlll'am H. Miller, of Highland
Park. Mrs Miler was the wife of
Alexander Miller, a well-known clt'zen
of that community.
Besides two children In Highland
! Park. Mrs. Miller leaves five daugh?
ters?Miss Lora Miller and M'as Grace
Miller. Mrs. Themas Parrar and Mrs. :
William Crawford, of Amherst County,
and Mrs. Emmett Sr.ead. of Crowe. Va;
and four sons?Napoleon and Charles
M'ller. of Amherat 'ounty: Robert Mil?
ler, of LynctVburg. and Sheffey Miller,
of Lexington. Ky.
Mrs Miller will be burled to-day, 1
with interment In the family plot at j
T. S. ARMISTEAD DIES
President of I.efeovve- Araalstead O?.
Passes Away la Memorial Hospital.
Thomas S. Armlstead. prealdent of :
the Lefebvre-Arrr.istead Company, mer
chand'se brokers, of thla city, died In
the Memorial Hosp'tal yesterday after
aaaa about l o'clock, after a long Ill?
ness. He was forty-one years old. and
leaves a wife and two young children. ',
His widow was formerly Miss Anne
Grant. The arrangements for the fu- }
neral services had not been Anally '
determined last night.
Besides his widow and children, he
leaves ore brother. John C. Armletead.
of Norfolk, and three slater*. Mrs H. :
S Peyton. Mrs. W. E Denke %nd Mise j
August Volenketnfer died at his res!? I
'!en' e. no? West Cary Street, at ?:1#
k yesterday morning In the
sixty-first year of hi* age. The funeral
will take pipes from St. Mary'a Church
to-morrow morning at 10 o'clock- The
Interment will be made In 8t- Mary'e
Mrs- Alma ?adle Pettwap.
Mrs Alma Sadie Pettway died yea
terdsy morning at 4:30 o'clock In her
thirtieth year. She was the wife of
Edward W Pettway. and besides her
h'isband la eurvtved by three ehUdron.
The funeral will take place from the
residence, fit North Twenty-seventh
Street, to-morrow morning at It
o'cloc*. The interment will be In
Vre. Marr tTnrrle.
Mrs Marv V Carrie, seventy-throe
years old. died at 1 o'clock yesterday
morning at her reeldenee. 113? Brook
Road. The funeral will take ptaaa at
J 10 o'doch this afternoon from her
late home. _
Mrs Carrie was the widow of John
L Currle, and the daughter ef John
Llndeey She la surrlvel by three
children?Mr* Ada O Fstriamb. W W
Currle. and H L Currle. There are
alee two sister*. Mr* George W Epps
and Mra. W F rtuekell. and one broth?
er, John IJndsey. Jr.
wrm. Mein*a Fvtoe Wller.
iSpecial to The Tlmea-Dlspar-h.1
Salem, Va.. December a.?mrm. ?ei
of Y.M.C. A.Building
reported to Tke ltesee-nt.o-rra.1
Pe?er*a*rg. Va_ Oeeensher S ? The
earn pol* a for the T. I * awtid
tmm clooed t*-*aght. shl e^VOOO
prank-all* eeaasevfsjed. I*r1*#??e a
gg BM o*ao? i Iptlea free* Waaa Hetea
Osol* aa* ?aas? ftwea ether entatoV
trie a da TV actnal evaaM-rtptiem.
after mm ertree a*y'a saawr. eneoaaf
ed to PTI *??, aa* the samall *e!a*r*
of gi.an* was s***> mm my anJ*at*h<
ay eddirlaaal awaaa gtve* by lbs as
ertss *?* already ewlsarriaed The
tMflMta* ?? aaawred steyawd all
SasM. aa* the people *r- r?HWi?.
"The Store of Delightful Gifts"
The Gift of Universal and
To express sentiment and win that feeling of appreci?
ation, NOTHING ha* the equal of good jewelry.
Not expensive pieces, nece-sarny?but appropriate,
tasteful remembrances, tich as we show in greet
Stocks of Unusual Size and Value
Diamonds Our Specialty.
Mach of the contentment in the possession at a
diamond, watch, or other gift from Allen's lies in the
positive knowledge the* the article is above criticism.
Farsighted Shoppers Come Early.
Engraving Free of Charge.
J. T. ALLEN & CO.
Fourteenth and Main Streets,
vlna. Price Wiley, widow of Dr
Wiley, died at 9:85 o'clock Sunday
night at her home on West M i:r.
mm. Wiley had been HI for three ;
weeks with pneumonia, but death i
due to a compllcat'on of dt.- . -
was seventy-two years old.
her msrr'age to Dr. Wiley was MJel
Melvlna Price, daughter of th? late
Major H. Price, of Cool Water. Han?
over County. She was a roen-.r>-r of
St. Paul's Episcopal Church,
which place the funeral sei 111 Sx were
conducted at 8 o'clock this afternoon,
Mrs. Wiley la surv'ved by two sons, i
Channlng P. Wiley, of New Ton.
who Is now on a tour of Calif
and Dr R. Minor Wllay. a prvsiclan
of Salem. She also leaves one sister. ;
Mrs R F Berkley, of Baltimore, who
lived In Salem thirty-five years ago.
Gordonsvllle. Va. December 3.?
Herndon, the twenty-two year-old son i
of Mr. and Mrs. M D. Cowherd, died
at the Martha Jefferson Hospital, i
Charlortesvllle. to-day from the sfl I
of being kicked In the stomarch by a j
horse. The accident occurred on f-'at- >
urday night. November IS, at 'Mon
te'th." the home of his parents. on
Sunday night he wag taken to Char- :
lottesville. where an operation was
Besses hts parents, he Is i-jrv'.vp-l i
?hp one alster. Miss Addle J. Cowherd. '
and four brothers. John Scott, G. T..
' M. D.. Jr.. and Roderick all of near
Mrs. William A. Heffernan.
Amherst. Va, December 8.?A tele?
gram was aacelved here announcing
the death as 10:80 o'clock Saturday
night, at her home In Waghlngtor.. of
Mrs. William A. Heffernan. a sister of
Mrs. Belle W. Joyner. of this place. ;
Mrs. Heffernan was seventy years of J
age. Mrs. Heffernan Is survived by
her husband and thre^ daig
Misses Julia and Nell Heffernan and
Mrs. Kvelyn Davis, of Washington. D.
C. and one son. W'lllam H Heffernan.
of Seattle. Washington: also by two .
alsters, Mrs. Belle W. Joyner, of in
herst, and Mrs. J. R_ Parrott, of Blacks- I
burr. Before her marr'age she was
Mies Cornelia Wren, of Powhal an
County. Her remains were burled
Monday In Washington.
Mrs. M. K. Hershey.
fSpecial to The Times-Dispatch]
Freder'cksburg. Va.. December 3.?
Mrs M. K. Hershey. widow of at K
Hershey. cf Prince William County,
was found dead In bed at her home a
few mornings ago. death having re- ;
suited from heart failure. She is sur- ,
vlved by her parents and three ehll
dren. Oscar Corner, a brother of the
deceased, dropped dead while at work
In Washington a few weeks ago.
Thomas M. Healer.
CSpeclai to The Tinas? Ptnpatch.]
Fredericksburg. Vi. December 1?
Thos. M. Henley, a well known citizen
of Essex County, died at his home at
Tappahannock a few daya ago. He
was a natlvs of the county, an! had
resided there, ell his life. Hi marrle 1
Miss Marths A. Armstrong, of Beees
Ooenty. end If hs bad lived one day
longer they would have celebrated the |
fifty-second anniversary of their mar?
riage He ?as former sheriff of the
-ounty. He is survived by hat wldew,
three sons and two daughters.
Funeral of Mrs. Moore.
Alexandria, Va.. December 3.?Fu
aeral -?rvir*s for Mrs. Hannah Morris.
widow of Thomas Moore, who
i o'clock Sunday afternoon
it her home at Fairfax Courthouse,
were heM at n o'clock this morning,
and were conducted by Rev. Frank.
l'aR?. D. D. Mrs. Moore was seventy
- ar.d besides bar eon.
Walton Moore, one of the leading;
attorneys of the State, leaves four
:s follows Mrs. Thomas
? I alia sen Helen, Jennie and
-et Moore. Mrs. Moore was a
member of the Morris family of Now
fork, and a granddaughter of General
Walton Morris, of the RewMu
tionary army. and a great-grand?
daughter of Lewis Morris, signer of the
Declaration of Independence.
Mrs. Aonle S. Moore.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Frederickshurg. Va. December o>?
Mrs Annie S. Moore, widow of John
i: M ">re. a former prominent merchant
of ? its city, died to-day at the Mary
Waa hingt on Hospital, in thla city, af?
ter a l'nperlng Illness, aged fifty-five
vears. She wag a daughter of the late
John K. Luck, of Spotsylvanla Coun?
ty, and had for years been a member
of the Baptist Church.
There must be a reason?
You'll realize the advan?
tage and profit by purchas?
ing your Diamonds, Watches,
f< welry. etc., etc.. for Christ?
mas gifts at their big store.
815 East Broad Street.
Be Sure and See Us for
He's a wise grocer who recommends
He is offering you the highest of the high-grade Baking
Powders at about half the usual price.
1 lb. 2^c.?xi lb. 10c?% lb. 5c
All good Grocers ?? <1 j* or will get it tot you.
Your card attached to a gift bearing the above stamp
makes your friend p!ea?ed. because the\ know it is first
How about your card with thi? ?tamp upon the ba k
"From Sydnor & Hundley.
We will fix it up for you and ?tand behind it.
We guard our reputation just a* carefully as does Tif?
fany. If yofj wish to remember your friend Christmag
ju?t write to us and ?t?te how much you wish to inveat
and we wiD give vou thr Se.?-t our <rock affords.
Sydnor & Hundleyjnc.
(,r.?cv and si^i-nth Streets.