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THE VIRGINIA GAZETTE.
MAGAZINE SECTION WILLIAMSBURG. VA. SAT" ,. 1906. PaVatT a GIBSON GIRL WEDDED. MRS. KASSIE SH Al\\ SISTER -11 LAW OF ARTIST. HRIUE OF WALDORF ASTtiR. On* of tbe Five Virgin.* Beauties.-A Daring Horn: Woman ano frond of exercise, fr i\e Million Dollar Enc Uah tatate a Wedding Present. A ??Gibson Girl*' ts the talk of nil "Bogiarid. for abe lass man of that country ?f more than - I ri, tlic a A rican ar Mn Asl r i? one of Ave sisters, all natives of Virginia an.l Ulou^U a family nu: . ' Btatv; f the ? and : . from All of t: r ? I I one av* - - s : ..orsa I T* - on ? r- , - - - ? tor. MR- 'RF A*TOB. Os* of the frit* Original GiL**.a Girl* caught hi* breath Just as Bobby Sha her divorced husband, had done a era! years ago In <lula. A thl* waa not strang**. Wald* always breathing lo tb* compre*! air of bl* father* bouse, timid, tiring sud studious by nature, bad i much opportunity for young gil society, snd almost never that a rican girls. To bim Mrs. Nan Shaw was a revelation. For me\ month* be wooed ber, and at the ? of that time be was three four rican and four fourths lu lo Glowing, be followed her across Alibi It ls only fair to yoong Ash that be bas never been *o sggresalv British as hts father, who spurns most ei nerieari. or younger brother. John Jacob, wbc an out and out Englishman. EXCirsivfc; \vki-i-in<; skkvi Tbe wedding, which oceurrod London In May, waa a 1 fair, only 17 invitations l out for tbe ceremony tbs loveliest . standing*. Si appeared. In a bed of lilies and r< Bear tbe chancel. A work of art, deed, mat ber wedding gown, f?j wss made of tbe most expensive obtainable, adorned with rsre old I Among tbe many wedding prraa -aaa most notable wss tbs Saucy Mr court. 1 * ? ?? sale It was a years ago from a fh in 1 I i and i with ?o. Inch: lerful 1 >f Bmpress '. ? r *jlft |>rot -?>. It I that tl I . tn 1" M ?*>N ttii: rank :a tha.\. 1 $1. I ? . - PI Af tel - ( . ?Ai* est-j. ,w, i people to picnic and to walk throu ev-, that part of the , nc *lo ? river. TI --.ran m raw them out snd threate: oat rigors of t uw that he ba* *ett'- -^tate not bl* son. the Inhabitants of < .d Maidenhead on the T .rroundiug hamlets?are <1 r they bellera that younj I once give orders for the cane tion of tbe man.. I a#raii Ny bis father?ord* Pve. j which turued all the r folk tbe i to hitter enemies of tat millionaire. asy j Great walls surmounted with brok -"ass to pro* Astor ;k?iI Ion - ? ls p sa* as * st once th: ce. I ?y ** '/. lt li *d that joans; M " wbo ;<.H>ul***r with ro*w aili sbo sss feudal and i *5Jf j tasteful regulations. a lt lu ?ilk ar* *M? An Cxnert Opinion. "Will alcohol dissolve *ngsr?~ "It will." realled Oalde Sosque; will dissolve gold, brick booses. bar***, snd happiness, and lore,. STsrytbing else worth Lavina.** WARSHIPS MOT WANTED. ? FIGHTIS(i BOB" EV AX* 8 SHIPS ORDERED TO LEAVE SEW UK U a RB OM. t ni ted State* Battleships and Crafers Obstructions to Naviga i - I houvano** of Lal "ons ol OM SVSSSSaai by routed Anchor. rrj sod nisn . petr * an ?r In * -*i of no less s persoosge than ? - ? - in au* '. for J* . the si ? I more tl. of g*. :kic k. B ?.vent skimming dow: ?cean. 'l I no way In which th*> <*il com: to can collect I t thus *s the rf is no otb. asd I ?bowing tbe location of the hue in the Sf lK*d. *** tor. J ^ U^ I Traversing: Katata on Roller Skates A caravan which recently arrived at Beirut from Bsgdsd reported hav? ing passed near the city of Unah ile* aa*t f* ti there, an American nsmed Arthur Crawford, who left that port early laat r with the Intention of pi*ocsediai through Asia Minor snd Inila oa ia at ru meats which be called rossi skates. Tbs lia Aw of tbs cararar -lt snd asa ?sys Crawford wss in good health snd good spirits. le Mr. 1 tass In Beirut American missionaries attempted to dissuade him from entering oo the and pointed out to him the great es of th* undertaking. He was in his resolve, however, snd left on January mt departing the skater left hi* liam*, an Amer? ican whose guest he was porarlly. Cr\ ? out over the hard road to Bag ft about S(>0 miles ' ls going lies to Bassora rh of th* Euphrates and near in coast. He waa und** he would travel by I seo over ths 1.200 miles to Belooch ? Imany excursions .1 Journey . snd a raaf purposes to a * on money bs may earn along the way. .VEIV RAIL Al TtUettHllLES Each Machine Runa Independently by Its Own Motor. arv \ It ? - - r va;ll ? - ? will be devoted especially to tour pa rt te* throughout tbe West. Tbe c he run eit**?*r separately or *, In the latter case one car < titted up as a com bl nat j observation dining car. Later ;?meats for transforming the r palace sleepers will be lastsJ] President Believes in Exerci Presldsat Roosevelt once rot shocked a mother*' meeting by nouncing that s boy who wouldst fl waa not worth his salt. "He ls ell s cowsrd or constitutionally weak have taught my hoys to take 'I part. I do so? know which I shs I! the more punish my So**** te* ? 'or tlttCMag Both are sboalaabi* SHERLOCK HOLMES. t \lu>T WOSDEMFt L ASL) PL AZ Ll M. af Ut TEL TI VE ill JA* ii ILstS, Sketch af Discouragements o4 Doyle to Break into thc PaeM af Literature- Manuscript. Keguiariy Returned. * author ^OtB panv -let"* ?toria>? ? n ar family, snd is : ? ? ? rial than .?Mit ?liaclo**)ure *. I ? tbe ticer sset tbe -aaa. I resttat la tbe age ot tb* 1 dsarr1b**d at and pict orally, tbe af that way fan na> sssa as r had absorbed blas. I ?elf Kligbtly ea ha rr* aaad ss Ss my story was to go oo. "It ls very easy to get people Into *ci*p*a sad very hard to set thees sat agsla,' wa* **g* coaaent ob tbs saVoMy; matt I have often hod coos* ts repeat thia prac oe toss sphortaaa of ay child? hood, fpdk tba occaaioo tbe attaB ws* beyond ibm; sg*d ay baaB. like my man, wss aagulfiil bl aty ?r." iret. sod a lao st Wahi ?maaay. Doyle** literary nation waa abo wo ba the eitlf of achoo! a*ga kines, la MTS ba returned to Edlnborgb aad took as. I a>*?dlH*-*e st tbe re where be rassolBad lip lama, ire Tears la ar. In ' e uolTSrwaty to make a seven-anontbe' trip ta tbs ?eos a* esq nail bad txaird a a h* dem j i irgery aboard tbs Ba and he haa deocribed his chief tare a* being aa g tbe ra pu in la cot working lo tbe boat* arter >rew ts boa. vperieoce Ister la bal ato of the Voammt*tm Two year* later. In lae. after S is** to the treat coast ra as s aaeaV rast at S.?iiTh*?e*. la Bbs> tined until lMBflL ? Kia and trying ? be itnit to regard tho ? >f tiie prof aa lao he had ??! ?na io tbe raol 'hat tbe writing of s waa a very slender prop epos f*?r ? ll*.?*lih?*od. "I manuscript.** bs ut during vtgbt nW ? regular orbit t ; ihlUbera. aod aa salty otra boomerangs, to the ney bod *tarted froan.* All ? was writing aomuj I Hm ten year* of p. be *t*t?*s ? g *nd unOr* **r la any oas > pooBata hy ba* pen. ;?l*r*r**d la Bee' al a atory froa bis soo v >? arU?t.** lt U S SO author'* career. - attack I < first appearauee lt h form, and -st novel, and la? gsn tO a .'fOtlOO. a* ??ircumatsoeas wrltlag of -Micah lt vs* ted sfter s . 1 rive months' writ? hed the moat aa vork tbe author . ' be began to ar my dog aa ral *r a air. and w.larisa JUST PUBLISHED A POPULAR EDITION OP THE COMING PEOPLE' BV CHARLES F. DOLE Author ol ** Tbe Am* Tbe Religion of s DssBocrscy,' T HIS remark iMy interesting: aad stimulating book been i med as a roost valuable tribution to the thought of the present day. THERE IS IN IT THE INSPIRATION OF HIGH AND PATRIOTIC IDEALS It sheds a new light, bright, clear and convincing, in ita common sense optimism, upon the conditions that confront tha Everyone who reads it will go forward with a n of the future i nev and with reOBWad courage and faith in I I ths fsopul Theodore I . late Master of the Hackle? School; New York, in a San Francisco paper, declares that ?* it gives tha profoundest thought with a transparent simplicity and **haf that make it universally readable. It speaks aa a friend toe friend. It has the rare eloquence of perfect ease and i The London Spectator calls it M a healthy and virile The Bradford (England) Obs freer, speaking of its and reasonableness, says it is M a very revelation-'* These are only a few from hundreds of eooeulums mending the book for its timeliness. It should be read by all who feel tha pecsame of ,. THE TREMENDOUS SOCIAL QUESTIONS OF OUR TIME. Price twenty-five cents (postage mcfadad). 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