Clipped From The Bee
Lovick Schoolfield Is Theatre Victim (Continued from Pago 1.) tquti ' Mr. Bchtolfleld aald that hi.". bfotftor had mat with a fatal accl- dont and that tho remain* would nt back to Dantfllu as soon could ]Â«avÂ« there. detail* had boon received thin itg about thÂ«^ circumstance rounding Mr. echoolflold's nttond- anc# at tho theater or of his injur- letf. P6r 0Â«vÂ«r*l hour* Jacob' Schoflold, H HvÂ«8 near Danville, wa nanxloua ftt Â«hÂ« man rtferrcci to In press di-patches ho his brother, Norman !!. Cdhofield, of Culpeper. I ttjfi. Swanson yesterday evening xJe)VAi a telegram from WaHhlngton ttlHng htr that Atre. EldrldSre hail bÂ«t*ii IsllteS with her husband in tho JtÂ»!ckorb6oV.*r disaster. Mr. ar,0 Wfrs. SwUnson who are coualns ot Jfcldrldgn?, are leaving for M'aBhlagton i this afternoon. Before leaving she ( said that the younilr woman receive her education in Danville at tho 1 ty, I. but never lived here with lit people. "She was 4 gifted and brlgh and .altfftcMvo young woman, abou S5- years oÂ£ age." Mre SwanÂ«on "She married Alfred Eldrldgs, organ jpt of Sf. Morgarst's Episcopal chur in Washington, and both werÂ« ver* prominent in the work of tha church." Shi* eiid that thÂ«y hav one 'child, felsie Eldrldge, aged 8, ip .thus rendered an orphan by th ' terribK' calr- mit y. - Word -was received this morning that the remains of Ijuvlck School field would be brought to Danville a^raln No, 35 tomorrow evening. Fun -feral annoui)cÂ«mÂ«nti will be mad .lattr. My- Sehoolfleia, -who was born lH'.thls City, -in 8Â«pttmbÂ«r, J890, had HvÂ«d virtually all of hlÂ« life here 'til two years ago.