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MATHEWS C. H. VA^ THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1912
Monuments and Grave Stones
in Marble and Granite
*** rom etMd any-lain g In tbls lia? set our price oaf ore placing order.
?a*** are doing the
e* ridlewaUr Vlr
msmim. Tom latest
* * t a ? r y with
sblee as to tarn
out the highest
class work at
P**?eea, We pay
freight and give
tion to plat-lsg
work In cem**
We rsapectfully invita yon to ?call and lnsp?f??ct enr lsrg* stock of tabbed
*Sm MSmm m s?owtmtk. If unsbls to ?rstll write as for catalog-**
LAWSON ?5c NEWTON
11th Street and W?if*m Arx
Clark Sash & Door Corporation
FRANK T. CLABK, President
Mannfacturers, Jobbers and Dealers in
?SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS,
PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS,
PAINTS, OILS AND VANISHES,
PORCH COLUMNS AND STAIR WORK,
E a s ?a s t
Terms ? A
$ 1 00 to
$ 2 0 O ?
famous ST ARCK ??
Sent Anywhere in the United States on
30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL
WE WILL REND to any part of th? United State? a besutlfnl STARf*K PIANO.
with liar.-ls.r.ie ?i'k velour atr-arf. polished revrolvins top stool, with brass feet
and ?!*** balls, "?tarck't. Completo Piano Instructor, all fully warranted for **S
y**nt*5, on ?0 Days" Free Trini r!??ht in your own home, without asking- *ry money !n
ndvancn. and if you ?o not find it the handsomest, iw..tMt-to-i.d and bichea? Brade
Piano you ha? e ?*?*r?*?- seen or heard, and if it is not entirely satisfartory a Lid acceptable
to yourself ?--)'! fully etjui.l to the moat famous and l?cheat-priced piaao made in all
important f?-??t.iir.-s. llu-n it may be returntd to us. in which e?.-ent we ?will stand ?the
frei*ht cliartt?*."-? both ways. We trur? you and leave you to be "both judge and jory."
hence you are to bt? r*l?-?s?*?d cr there wil! be n s??le. and the trial will not cost yon a
penny. Isn't that fair ? Yoitr banker or any commercial a?ency will tell you we ?re
able as ?voll as willing; to trak? c?>od on our miaran tec and all our promises luid aarrt?*?
ments. bence you ->re safe in accepims our proposition.
Send for Our Special Advertising Offer to First Buyers in New localities
and Save All Unnecessary Sailing Expense?* and Profits.
We will mafce it easy fc*- yon to ?leal with as, no matter where you are l?-?at?*-ru. We will
arrange VERY EASY TF.RMS to ault your needs. Send for our Beautiful ??talos Ttxlsy.
STARSK PIANOS are Warranted for 25 Years, but They LAST A LIFETIME
STARCH BO-MOTE SOLO/SI
PL M VER PIAMOS m*ke pfnniats
of us ah. Sen?* (or SwclalFlAj?**r l'iano
Ca?alo jrue if U-?.er?!>ted.
BARGAINS IM OTHER MAKES
and in us??d and rebuilt pisaosatliO.JSO.
?175. JI00 ?nd up S??nd for list? Church
&. Parlor Organs?all styles and prioes.
vv rite as toduy. t**?r beautiful literature will ?nteres?, you. Mention tbis i*aper. ?r ;
P. A, STARGK PIANO.CO., Manufacturers
Executive Offices and Wsrerooms, 210-212 So Wabash Ave., CHICAGO, ILL Dept
SCHEDULE ?S'ORFOLH-M ATTH SWS- GLOUCESTER BOCTE.
OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP CO.
Effertlv? Thursday MAY 23rd, Ste ?joner MOBJlA.?CK will perform service
on the Norfolk-Mathewa-Glouceater ro ute aa follows:
L?. Norfolk (O. D. Wharf).
Lv. Portsmouth (North St. Wharf).
Lv. Norfolk (Bay Line Wharf).
Lv. Old Point (Government Whf.)...
Lv. 1'hllpot's Wharf. East River...
Lv. Williams' Wharf, East River...
Lv. Hicks* Wharf, East River.
Lv. Dlggs* Wharf, East River.
Lv. Roane's Wharf, Ware River
Lv. Bailey's Wharf, W??re River...
Lv. Hocfcley. Ware River.
I--? *-j??tirn Wharf. North River
.. Dixondale, North River.
jjv. Severn Wharf, 8evern River
Lv. Old Point iGovernment Wharf),
ir. Norfolk (O. D. Pier No. 1)
Ar. Portsuiouth (North St, Wharf)
6:30 a. m.
6:46 a. m.
7:00 a? m.
8:00 a. m.
10:00 a. m.
10:15 a, m.
10:30 a. m.
11:00 a. m.
12:15 p. m.
1:00 p. m.
6:00 p. m.
6:00 p. m.
6:15 p. m.
6:30 a. m.
6:46 &. m.
12:40 p. m.
6:00 p. m.
6:00 p. m.
6:15 p. m.
Every Evening between Norfolk and Rlrhmand,
STEAMERS BERKLEY and BRAI-iPO!.
Fare FttreM'iass t-LO? esrlt way, Inrlndrng Berth
In Stateroom. 8ee,>nd?*ri;i?a Inclndlnf Berth $\M
?*?* Norfolk 7:00 P
.< Rlchmcnd 7:00 P.
? V )
?. T*J. (
Dally. Including SuatUy.
Leave 7 P. ?aU. Sunday Except?*-?.
Arrive In New York I:?80 P. Ni., following afternoon.
Lfsv? New York 1:00 P. M. (Sundny excepted).
Arrive In Norfolk 10:? A M?. following morning.
?MRK_First-clsss. on* way. 88.0?. mes Ik and stateroom, berth included,
rtrund ??IP, limit twrty dajs. 814 ?0.
-.TKETS and STATFROOMS st tlrltet ?jifflca. 1?9 Main 8treet. Oppostt*
AtlanHr THotel. or at Company's ?prfW. on the wharf, Norfolk, Va
All achadulea subject to rhang* i without notice.
T.. $ P-?' H?
A*w1at****t Gnn-f-rat M.saa-sr.
EVERY EFFORT BEING MADE TO SAVE
ALLENS FROM DEATH IN CHAIR
LYNCHBCRO, VA.? SpeeUlV
N??aily 50O signatures have been
m*? iir??d her*? to a petition for
<?x?s*utiv?? ? !?*iiien?*y for Floyd and
Claude Allen. Only a iew peo
ple approached have rt?fus?*?d to
i lie petition Is similar to others
t???ing < In ulat??d through the State
through the ??ITonts of Dr. <L*-eorgo
W. M? Daniel, of Richmond, and
it will be ?-?'turned to him.
That .M?iitlm?'iit with r??fer??n< ??
to tlie Infliction of the ?bath pen?
alty on Claude Rwansm Allen is
undergoing a radbai ?-hange in
BOSM of th?* ??oiiiities ?>f tlie JStat?*
is ?*\ln??*d in Ui?? following risso?
lions which were passed at a
iii????ting of the citizens of Cum
tierlan?! county se*??ral ?lays ago,
and which rt'present s strong pro?
tect on the part of tin? p?s>pl?? of
that county against tlie putting
to death of tlie youth and show
that the b? lief tliat there la
ground for clemrn?*y in his ?ase
is gaining in strength:
??|*et?olv??r, first. Tliat we, the
?itizens of Cumliorlaiid county,
upprove th?? course of the Rev.
l.corge W. McDaniel and others
In th?*lr ?-ITorts to save the liie of
Claude Swanson Allen.
?*S??<?on?l. That w?? npp??al to
Ills Kx??ell?'n<*y, <;ov??ru??r W. II.
Mann, to pivaent th?* intlictioii of
th?* ?l?*ath |s?nalty u|>oii this youth.
"Tliirtl. Tliat We lieJIev??. that
the ?-?c-eontl trial of Claude Swan
Man All??n, after tin? first jury had
fl\?*<! his punishment :il llft?*??ii
y??ars in tin? pi'nit??iitiary. wus
jaractlcally train**; him twl?x? for
th?? same ???Ten???' ami ?h?>w??d a
?. liulictiv?' and r?!??ntl?,ss spirit
totally at ?.nrian?*?? with tin? his?
tory ami tradition?? of this gr??at
?J. M. V WORAN'.
"JOHN A. BOOKF.lt.
FROM I>K. M DWII I .
Wiwii Inter?. I??u?sl this morn
Ing ?H>n<*?*rnliig this action ??n th??
i part of the Cumberland people,
iIm? H?*v. O Sorge W. Mcl>ani?*l,
who lui- iNt-ti taking a Ilv?*l.v !n
tU?rc?st In behalf ??? a niov??iiH*ut
to proveni ?arrvlii-? out of tin*
iiitllitioii of lli?* ?li'alli penalty ?in
Claude Swanson \ll?-ti. in.-ul?- tint?
following r?tut?-iii<*ut :
**Tli?? aotiou of ti**" citizens of
t'umtM-rlaiul ??ounty Is ?i*niifi?ant
It I-* tin? voluntary uprising of
|t*cople vvliti lutv<* lak.-ti a n?*?*o>i<I
thotiRlit and luiow Unit Claude
All?"n"s ?*!?*< tr?x*utl<>ii would be a
Htlgmu upon Virginia.
"Tli?* pa??tsau<" of such re??olu
tlons has n??t ??ntered my mind,
but It it. a happy and timely
movimeiit. Cith-eiis In ?>llK*r ?*oun
tl?*s who ??liar?* Hi?? sum?* views a.?
those ?*_*?pr?**?*?c<i in tin? Cumber?
land r??->a>l tu ions an* ht-reb.v ?*all<*d
upon to m??et and take similar ao
tio-n. 1-ct all ?*ii?l??r-s?*iii?*ut of my
course Ix* ?*liiiiliiati*tl.
"While apprt*<-l-itiii!c such ap?
proval, my supr?'in<? c?>necrn 1? to
save Clautic Allen's life."
Kpealkins; <>f Um* actual pr****
pe?*ts of Claodc Allen's ?.M-apIng
tfM cl??ctrl?* ??hair. Dr. M? Until?!
"Of eourst?, no one can know
1m>w the casi* of ?Tlauile Allen will
appeal to the upper court, but.
while not a lawyer myself, it
s??eitis to me that Uiere are
r*r?>u'i?ls on which be wil! c**r
talnly s?*?*-tire a wxit of error.
"Tak?' lir.t the Tact that the
appeal which !s ma?le for his life
is not 1-a.MHl upon mer<*y. but
upon jtistl?*?'. Is it po??slf>ic that
a young- man could be put to
<!<*atli uiKui stnii ?*v l?!?*ii?*e as has
bet.? bi*ou?rht airalnst this y-oung
man? If s??. Virginia's name
would Itiivt? a tarni-.li It n?*ver
"S?*?*ontl, public M'iitim?-nt is
I Issilglllg rapidly ami <?v?-rw lielm
liigly in Claude's favor, lliin
#li-?si? who w??r<? against him on
the Impulse of th?* inoment now
*-?iv he ?Iocs not d????<*rv<? to ill?*.
:in?l Thousands ??Ik? have ail
alint'- vi?*w?*?l tin* t*a*se <lfspa.s**?l??n
?it?-ly are totally np|*o*?ed to his
WASllI\(?TO>, D. ?,Spt>*clal^
An a? id t?**?t may b?? appli???! t?) the
Ni'iiat?? Bci>ubli?aiis to test their
loyalty as soon as thai liody in????ts.
S?-nalor Oliver, ?if Pcmisylanuin,
is sp?m??or lor ill?? Idas, an?l lu*
ucbiKiiUs mukiiig til?? lot?* to
naiiir? the pr?*shl??nt pro t?mpora*
of th?? SeSaate the ?*riu?rion tan
whi? h Republicans may 1m? ? las
slli???l ns old line ? ?ihorts or pro?
If this la put into pra?*tl?v, it
will l??u?i to int??n?'stiiig r?*sult.s,
for those familiar witli N?>iiaw
matu-rs know that all of the l*rt?
praastssa are unait??rabiy etppesad
to Bstsator GsHIn?er as priBMtm
pro tcm. and Senator t.ailiiigcr Ls
the old line candidat?' for tliat
It will bo soin?? tinic la-fore it
is known ?lcliiiiniy wiicih?-r tlu*
Dem<M-rats Mill be able to r?s?r
gaiii/.?' tin- Senate apon more
than a tie v?>te. with th<* Nie?*
Prculdtat'a \?>t?* t?? ni.?* tiu-m u
Lai?* ?lispauiics Troni Michigan.
?>r?*g??n. S?>uth Dakota. Tcnni-ss???*
and Wyoming l?*Tt th?* legisln
t ores in ?louht. but imli?at?il
D?'U!?H-rati<* mmcotm? In South Da?
kota. Mitiii<*nn ami Wyoming.
The Illinois tleaillook ??an b??
broken. It is said, ?nil.? by an al
liamv of Progress! ?.??s and Demo
??rats or I*rogr??.??slv??s a*ul Repub?
licans, and tin? txiurse which tlu?
situation Mill ultimately take
cannot he d??termln??d n??w. al?
though it BSaaSB us lliough tills
State will seuil a l*rogr??ssiv?' and
a Republican to the Senate.
"WIFE" WORKS AS BOY
PORTLAND. ORE.? ??Special.?Don?
ning man's drees and living the life
of a river front wa,if when her hus?
band ?.vas sent to the rockpile a few
weeks ago for trying t<> torea her onto
the ?street.??, Mamie Wilson. ag???i BSV
.?ntt'?n, Mas found employed as roust?
about on the river tug Alarm by Pa?
trolmen Miller, Sherwood and Cason,
following inf?>rmation given to the po?
lice department last Bight by Patrol?
man Dalrymple, who was told of th?*
slight ligure aboard the tiny craft.
Captain Charles Delet and Engineer
C. S. Rambo. of the Alarm, were de?
tained for a time following the arrest
of-the girl, as it had bSSB reported
that she was being belli in bondage,
but later they WOTS released when
they prove?! that they SPSTS not awar?
of the girl's disguise, supposing her to
be a boy.
lilas Wilson cut ner hair short and
donned a boy's well-worn suit when
she fourni horfelf penniUss and with
out means of support SXCSpt that
which she refused to take at the In?
stigation of her alleged husband. The
disguise was so good that the crew
failed to penetrate it.
"She had her meals with us," said
Engineer Rambo, "but she had little
to do with us. When I was hlrod as
engineer I wanted to tire him?her. I
mt'iin?but the kid begged so pitifully
to be allowed to stay that I backed up.
She was employed more to comply
with the navigation laws, which say
that a tug's crew must have a captain,
SB engineer and a crew of not less than
one. She was a roustabout, and the
only thing I ever noticed about her
was that she would never sleep In the
Siime bunk with any of the bunch.
She'd take a blanket and roll up In a
corner by herself. I can't believe that
she ts really a girl."
"Sammy" was the name the girl
went by on the craft, and the police
are looking for Charles Smith, former
engineer of the tug, who brought her
on board and who was dlscnarged re?
The girl went aboard seven weeks
ago, and when the tug was Idle she
roomed with her aunt, a Mrs. Stewart,
it Cnion Avenue and Russell Street.
It Is not known whether the aunt
knew of the whereabouts of the girl
when she was away from the house.
SAIDS WITH as*..non TO
SPREAD HER RELIGION
TN'E^V YORK.? Special.?Scenes un?
usual to a departing liner were wlt
n?SS**?*u Thursilay forenoon when the
*vTorth)Herman Lloyd steamer Kron
prlnzefrpln Cecllle ?-.lied. Among tho
passe/gers ws.? Miss Anna H. Vre?
land, (the flfty-seven-year-old epinster.
of 14JT ?.rant Avenue. Jersey City, who
calrslher.oelf tht? "Child of Jesus." As
a wnsmber of the Pentecostal cult, an
Engish society, declaring that she Is
"in the counsel of the Lord." Miss
Vr?-?'lan<! sail?-?! with $3">.000 to found
in Northern ln?lla a homo for mission,
Miss Vre.-land's eo-\\orker^LjMj,/'i
W. Uennett. lender <?f th.* ^mjM/t.^'H
goin* ?>n before her, hut Mrs. --V
her thr?-e chlhlr.-n. Miss E. J*!l?l\ JJSf
miin. Miss Elisabeth B. Tat? s and
Miss Anna II. Shepher?!. of Boston,
Want With Miss \'r.?land.
Just before the h??ur lor Inndtni? the
gangplanks th?- friends of the mission?
aries gather.-?! with them in the **e*COnd
cabin and h.-l.i a prayer mt-t-tiii?,-, while
other pa?**sngers and *?t?*war?is with
InVitfaia were rushing all ?-round them.
The pray? r SB? Sting was so protracted
that th?- rtearner had to wait f?>r (aotaaaj
of the ?rorshlppers to get ashore.
Siia.-tim?- ag?> Miss \ 'reeland vvaiu.?l
to sell property In Jersey City for
|250,0<t0 that h.ui been in h.-r family
lor 166 years. Her nephew, Raymond
Hay lor. of l.",7 Grant Avenue, tried to
have tlit" courts d?-clar?- Miss Yreeland
WASHINGTON, D. 0.?Special.
With llie ?leparture of l*T?*sideiit
Sumucl (?onipcrs for RiM-h??*?n*r.
N. Y., where the ami nul ?-ouvcii
tlon of Ui** Ameritan F???l?"raIl??n
of Labor is to be h?i?l, his friends
ln-r?* today i'xprt?.sM??l Uie belief
that for tlie first time in several
years he would not mt?et the bit?
ter I'piHisliion of ?lie Socialists.
lu past year* Uie So? -ialist cle
nu-nt in tlie Ameri<-an FederaUon
of Lu bor has oppotjed ?liornpers
vigorously. Hut his friends feel
that t!i?*rc will not Ik- much fight
left in tlicm as heretofore.
F??r two y?"ars, since he ?am*? to
Congress, \ ictor Berger, of Mil?
waukee, So? ialist congressinuii,
has kept up h ?oiistunl lire <>n
l.oinpers. 11?? has attacked him
In th?* dally S?H*iallst newspaper
l ha i Berger established in Mll
wauk?*?* soon aft??r Ik? was elect?
ed it? Congress and in other ways
he harasse?l the fe?leratioii head.
Beiger hist hi th?* rc<ciit cle?'
lion and tlie Socialist vole in M11
wuukti* was rvducttl ??oaslilcrubl*,.
lre.-adeiit t?onipcrs aLso deriv?-s
some satlsi'u?-tit?ii, it is said, from
the i*?*suit lu s? heiu*cta?ly, N. Y.,
where s?H*ialist reverse*- w?*r?*
SEATTLE, WASH.? SpeciaL?
Th?" sot lulist vole in the State of
Washington, to which little at?
tention was ?mid in the early
counting of the ballots, is aston?
Complete returns will probably
giv?* liebs in ?*x?*?"*?s of 10,000.
Anna L. Maley, the Socialist wo?
man ?*aiidi?lnt?? for (Governor, has
r?*e?*ived in the neighborhood of
King county, the largest in the
Sih??'. gave Debs nearly 7,000
IdlTAIX) IIOTKL GUKSTS
TFKRIFIKB I1? SMALL FIKF
(BUFFALO, N. Y.? ?pedal.? On
hundred guests of the Cheltenham
Hotel were patiic-.stri?-k?-n eaiiy to?
day by fire which started in the linen
closet on the s??c??n?l floor.
Th?? dense, choking smoke spread
through the building and in h few
minutes' tlm?> the lobby was full of
people, who hurried from their
rooms, scantily attired.
Th?* blaze was soon ?-xtinguished.
Insane. He Kan Rank.
CHICAGO. ILL. Spec'al?That the
husltn-ss of the Klrby Savings Bank,
a private Institution, had for a timo
be?>n Conducted by an insane man
was learned here yesterday, when
Federal officers took charge of the
William T. Klrby, president of the
hank, was ad.lud ?????! insane In the
County Court Friday and was pla?'ed
it? a sanitarium in Wlnnetka, Hi. The
<on?litlon ?>f the books and property
of the institution will not be known
' i)"til bank examiners have report?-?!.
i Mrs. Kirby t? stifled in the bankers
mtty hearing that he had become
totally Incapable of attending to his
; business. D. J. Klrby, Jr.. the cash
l 1er, was arrested on a charge of oper?
ating a confidence scheme.
Man Accused of Complicity in
Murder of Annie Lopizzi
Struggles to Escape.
SAL?KM. MASS Special.?Efforts to
prove an alibi for Joseph Caruso
were made when the trial of Joseph
J. Ettor. Arturo Giovannittl and Jo?
seph ?'aruso. charged with complic?
ity in th?- murder of Annie Lopizzi
during th? Lawrence textile strike,
were resume?! in the Superior Court
Antonio Dl I.?rcalo. Mho owns the
property at 61 Union Street, Mh? re
Caruso llv? ?1 at the time ?if the ?-trlke.
testified t<? i visit he made to Caruso's
room on the evening of January 2?uh.
H?- Mas <|u?LSti<>ned closely by Junge
Quinn In order to satisfy the court
that h?- could not speak English.
Dl Barcalo said: "I called there
about fifteen minutes of 6. I Ment
there and pushed the door open. I
saw Carus?,, his wife and his god?
father at th?- table in th?? dining room.
I talked Mith them."
This qu?'siion was asked the wit?
Sometime when you w?-re there a'itl
you hear any shots Ilre?l?
He replh'd: I hearil three shots
fir?d while I was there.
The d?f?ns.> claims that OBS 'ff
th?s?* shots kill?-?! ths Lopizzi woman?.
Edward Rlley, Archie Adamson.
Gilbert Smith and Willam Dorn, all
members of the International Woolen
Workers* urttnsssss for th?* d**fcnse
several days ^g?'. were recalled today
to aiiHWt r ??u-stions concerning the
rumors of planting dynamita in Law?
rence for the purpose ?>f armisinc
prejudice against the strikers.
They all answered tiia inert' wen.
t-UlOAGO, ILL.? Si**ocial.? Jack I
Johnson, the ue?**To pugilist, held as
.1 l'e.l? ra? prison? r t..r violation of the >
Minn w hite slav?? act. and confined ?
at a ?.il irhOM dimensions are live
by eight feet, totlay renewed his en
deavora t.? secure ball.
The negro. wht> yesterday was in?
cl?n? <i to b??ast thai he would ?
be out of his present predicament,
and who thought the question of set
ting an acceptable bond was only a
trilling matt?r, was worried.
The ?refuaal <>f Judge K. M. Landis
t?> art-fin the bond furnished yester?
day led Jack's friends and his nttor
n? y to put f?.rth r? new? d efforts to?
day. Ills .-.tturney contidently pr.
?li< ted that he would be able to get
propav bail before nigh;.
in tiie meantime th?* aegio tighter
ha?l B new trouble to lace. AnR> r.?l
when a aearapaper phototrraphar tri**?i
tu get ? snapshot of him manacled
tu a deputy United Stat.s marshal as
he was le?i to the Jail, Ji?hns?>n at?
tacked the photograph?*"**.
H?? mu? fiavf to answer a charg?*
Of assault In Municipal Court on the
complaint of Edward W? igb?. the pho
In addition District Attorney WU
kerson win ask that Judge Landla
investigat?? the assault.
girl found in lake
1UDC.EFIELD. ?CO-VX. SpwIaL
Th?? Isitiy of a >onng woman who
had Is-en murder???! was found
earlj Saturday In a mill poud ad?
joining tin? Mire netting factory
of ?.divert ."it Bennett at (reor;*?*
Th?? cuspse ha*l l>t?t?n MTap|s?d
in a table cover and bound with
ro*.M's h*?for?? b?ing OBSJl hilo tin*
K. J. Karl*??>ii. an employ?? of
tin? fa?*tory. was tla? first t?> s?h?
tin? body. -Vs he mrna passing tli??
mill jsMul ?in his way to work,
he obs??r?.???l an ?>bje<i floating In
th<? water near tin? bank. With a
Miik ha manag???! to drag the
txxly citas?' to the shore, und call?
ing to Ills aid other workiniii,
they pullo?! it up on tlu? bank.
Coroiwr F. B. Bouton Mas lm
intsllauiy notifie?! by tin? BBS*
ploy??s. Ho foun?I that the body
had first been wrapped in a sheet,
alter whicli a tabl?* ??over had
l>c?i?n m ou ml around it.
A small ?"decs of sacking hail
also Ihvii fastened arouiul tlu?
Mui-t and then rop4?s binillng all
tlu? limlas liad b??< n wound aroiuitl
tin? woman's form.
The lu-ail was undoubteilly left
uiico\er???l, and r?'vealing tlu? fea?
tures of a young Mtiiuan with
dark hair and eyes. No mark
of \lolcn??' could l>e s?*?*n tin the
la??-, und it is lt-ellc\??<l that the
woiiiaii was sal?t tlrugged and
tiieii buried into th?? iiomi.
One ?'iid of the nop? was
dangling from tlu? waist whit li
leads to the belh-f that the body
hail b??t?ii wi?lghte?l m hen thrown
into tin? Mater, but that the
weight had al'tt*rMards Ixvoine
deta? h<?d. This ?*aus?*d the body
to rise to the surfit? ?? atSd l?*uti
to its discovery.
The poli??? of "iVIlton. Ridge
liehl, Heading. N'orwalk and
Bridgeport wer?? uotilicil, as
Geoegetamrm lies adjattas to an
Of th?*st* towns.
Nobody in GeorgetOMii could
id?>ntify UM body, but lists of
missing pssaasta an* b?*iiig ?arc
fully stnuiitHl in all the surround?
ing villages and Iowas in an effort
to fiml out something about tlu*
The table ?over Is expe-etod to
furnish a good clew to tlu* miir
tl??rcr, as m??1I as tlu? sh????t in
which the body Mas a?, rapped.
The mill pond, wherx? tlu* body
was found floating, is about a
mile in i ircumfcien? ??. and fur
nlsh??s power to the wire netting
At night this .????< lion is abso
Intt-ly d?*s?Tte?l. Gilbert ? Ben?
nett, OMii?*rs of the fa?tory. hare
an oflict? at 211 llroaiiway. New
i and horsemen
MAJOR DAINGERFIETD COM
MKNTS ON GREATEST F<>1 It
Mil .??: kaci: i:\ih iu \.
(By W. of. Carter.)
Major Foxhall A. Dningerfleld, who
formerly resnlod in l.'ockingham. his
native county, but who left Virginia
In the nineties to direct affairs at the
far famed Castleton Stud of his broth?
er-in-law, James R. Keene. at Lex
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lngton, Ky.. and who ranks among
the f??r.-mo:?t author!ties of any coun?
try on blood linea and the breedim?
of thorouKhbr. .i?, offers some int.r
esting comm.-ni? on Botemia, winner
of the. Endurance St*Vk?S at Louisville,
Ky. Th? poliahoa Virginian has al?
ways ben a staunch patron of Amer?
ican bl???d and the following letter,
clipped from the Thoroughbred i *.??<
ord. of I-rexirigton, Ky., will ?doubt?
less prove most Sgluusble reading:
*'I have recently witnessed at Louis?
ville the greatest ra??* ever won in th.
history of the world?four miles in
7:10 4-5?by the chestnut mare Sot.
mia, own.-d by Mrs. I* A. Livingston.
owner of Rancocas Farm, Jobstown.
N. J. The mare won with her ?ari,
prlck??d an?l oould have run fa.st.-r it.
required. She was not in the least fa?
tigued and hardly tlrew a long breath.
Mrs. Livingston was net her?-, but her
trainer, Matthew Foakes, said sh.- told
him to come down and bring her back
the gold cup the Racing Commission
offered, which he accordingly did. Th?
rnar* la of Am. ri.au btreedlng on b??th
sid.-s. Her sire Is by ?.?nondaga and
her dam Baarg, Is ;i daughter of Blue
.-??tem?a, by Lo-rs>htchee (by ? ?non
daga). OUt Of Saar?.', by Huron ?I'l'r.
2d dam Blue Grass Belle, by War
Dance; :',d dam Ballet, by Planet
? ? .
"There is not a more Ameri. an mare
In America, and sh?* r"?-s to the un
.-<c?>gnt7.>*d (by th.- English i"tud Book?
Une of Maria West, from which her
i-raniiam Blue Grass Belle ?n.i Ben
Brush rom?-. Another lt?*ni to be no
t. ?i In this ra??- is that the pin?-, ?i
hors?'s were Am.eri.-an and thoss un
??laced by English stir
""This mare is a triumph to Am?ri
can breeding, full of Lexington, ?Jlen
coe, Australian and Le* m lngton
strains, with no modern importations
repr? s? nt?-.l In th.- pad Ig IS*. ! must
tabulate her pedigree in extenso for
my book, as it bears upon <>n?- of my
strongest contentions and goes far to
establish th.- valu?- of our ol<! 'hard
bottomed' strains <?f blood.
? ? ?
"The rac?" from a time standpoint
I beats any four miles ever run. eithei
?in actual contest or againat time, an.
she carried 2 4 pounds mor?? than th.
therwelght carried against time b*.
the holder of the next best record,
which was made against time and n??'
in an actual contest against horses, Si
this was. This mare trail???! the fiel?
for two or three miles and then cam
on ami won away off. This :
at r.-st th?' chaurge that four miles
! cruel distance. No horse was in;
and the mare won In easy fashion an..
, with her ears pricked. I fought fot
?the four-mile ?Ustance. and the othe*
members of the commission yielde?
.from 1 *-?. miles up to **? mile at a time
until I ?iot them to my ?listan?..?. Mr
; Wlnn says he hopes to a?id to the valu
?until It some day reaches $50,000 In
i value, and the race Is now a fixed event
h y?>ar. The race was worth g?)lng
across th.- continent to see."
The two-year-old winners, five in
number, and including Inquieta, Rlng
llng. Eaton, Sumptuous and Lace
credited to Fatherless, the dead son
of Isonomy and Orphan Agnes, who
ruled as premier of the Ellersiie stud
at Cha.rlott<-svllle, \"a., have won twen?
ty-three, races and close t?> f 10.000
this season. All of these youngsters
Ware bred at Ellersiie. Inquieta and
LAC? figure both as purse and stake
? ? ?
Garth, bay gelding. 3, by Father
l??ss, dam Belle Fleur, a product of
the Ellersiie stui!, won at Laurel. Md..
and diii six furlongs in 1:18 4-5 over
a heavy tra?*k. Belle Fleur, dam of
Garth, was also bred at Ellersiie. She
was sired by Eon, son of Eolus. dam
Chiming Bells, by Uncas.
SUICIDE BLEW Voi? OF
HIS HEAD OTTT A WINDOW
KINX3STON*. N. Y. Special. A young
son of David Lee, of Tannersville,
rushed into Lackey's store at that
place late Thursday afternoon crying
?iut. "Papa says he'l going to kill u
all." The boy's mother ?*ame running
into the store, saying she wanted help
Immediately. As soon as she could
regain her breath she said her hus?
band had a shotgun and threatened to
kill her and her three children.
Mrs. Lee was still talking when the
crowd that had assembled heard the
report of a ?run In the Lee home. They
rushed toward the house, and Mrs
Lee was th.- first to reach it. Just be?
fore reaching the door, which was a
few feet from a Window whose panes
hat! been shattered, she gave a shriek
and fell to the ground.
Th*' men in the party crowded
around her, and following the direc?
tion of her gaze they discovered the
top of a man's skull lying on the dead
When they entered the house th?-y
found Lee dead on his bed. his shot?
gun b.-sni?- him and the top of his
head missing. He had pulled the trig?
ger with his toes, an?! when the gun
exploded the chargn of shot had car?
ried the top of his head out of the
Too Man? llul>l?*n Horn.
Can we not see, right li.-re in our
?>wti surroundings, that altogether to?>
many babies at?- born now? Hetter b?
far fewer bable-, and the** wall fed.
well clothed, well care?! for?physically,
ut.?tally ami mentally?if we would ex?
pect a strong, hardy race. If race sul
- ever checked, it will not be by
bringing Into th* world ill-fed. poorly
clothe?!, worse fathered ?-h??lren. bul
rather by well***dlrected ?-.Torts to save
tiie children who die unnecessarily ?
I?r George T. Finch. Health Officer, Kn
field. Conn.. In Leslie s
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- Lynchburg Progress.
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