The Times Dispatch from Richmond, Virginia on September 11, 1927 · 6
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The Times Dispatch from Richmond, Virginia · 6

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Richmond, Virginia
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Sunday, September 11, 1927
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xvICLud) SUNDAY ItA'liM uijtl 11 Y Pwrlve Bi£i Coach FAJu-S— Lovers of eld customs tee to haw an opportunity to ride ii the ancient "diligence" or (tags coach Ah enterprising transportation concern la planning a aerie ot excursions Into the suburbs ol Paris on Sundays with everything as In the days ol Louis Phinippe Coach men will be on the box and postil' lions will wear vast top boots and gaily-colored livery a -X)f$hr-rSi ArSe1?- HAPPY r CHILDREN p and off to school dressed within an Inch ot their lives — everything sparkling new from hat to shoes The next ten days bnsy mothers will come to KINNEY’S for their children's shoes— where great stocks make for quick and easy selection where proper fitting of Uttlo foot Is understood and practiced— whero the whole process of baying children's shoes Is a real pleasure and last bnt not least where prices Insure BEAL SAYINGS Attention Mothers! $ Wonderful Shoes for ' ' Wonderful Children These Models Sketched from Stock C3 ’ East Broad Street East Broad Street TWO CONVENIENT STORES k: OESTirSItlET ffiAL VALUES ALWAYS- SHOP HERE AND SAVE - Eight Piece Dining Suite !95 Odd Chesterfields in Rich Jacquard 69- Suits consists ot SO-ineh Buffet Oblong Table five Side Chain snd Arm Chair in leather furnlihed Is combination walnut An exceptional value Delivers It Easiest Terms Extra Ur ge CbMtorlleldi in rich jacquarda excellent construction Save at least 11000 Buy nowl SC AA Delivers It! Easiest Termst RADIOS GREBE-FADA-CROSLEY-MOHAWK Easiest Terms — Immediate Installation Davenport $Q50 Table Davenport Table similar to Illustration rich brows mahogany finish While they last ft-SO Attractive Living-Room $1 QQ50 Suite in Rich Jacquard iff “ il Tl ICE 200 From Acca Temple Will Take Part in Ceremony in Valley Town Some 300 Shrlners are to leave Richmond Tuesday morning about S:45 o’clock for a visit to Staunton whtrs ths ceremonial swslon in honor of James H Price the poten- ite will he staged That Is the old home of Potentate Price and the people In that bailiwick and Its environs think just as highly ot him do ths people of Richmond Train will leave over the Chesapeake and Ohio and the run will be made In lesa than four hours The train will consist entirely of Pullmans and will be open for the members of the party when they get ready to leave at the end of the festivities along about midnight Parade Scheduled The caravan will reach Staunton along about 1 o’clock and at 3 there will be a parade a band concert on the grounds of the Staunton Military Academy at 4 o’clock at fi there will be the usual business session In the gymnasium of the Military Academy and a banquet in the main dining hall of the military academy at fi o’clock The real occasion la scheduled to start at 7:30 in the gymnasium when the candidates will be assembled they will be pointed in the right direction they will listen to strange music tread devious paths gaze on many splendors hear venerable and gifted speakers and will emerge along about 11 o'clock possessed of a vast amount of wisdom garnered from the ancients For the lest several weeks the several committees handling the affair in the city of Staunton have been busy and there are ten ot these committees named to do things not merely for ornamental purposes — they are required to give service and give it with a vim The city is to be decorated as becomes ths occasion there will be a great parade the schools will have a holiday the business men will almost suspend business for the events and everybody will join bands to welcome the visitors Will Give Concert Monday night preceding the visit of the Shrlners the Chanters will go from this city and give a concert in Staunton for the benefit of the members of the Shrine their families the Masons generally all of which is to be with the compliments of the officers of Acca Temple There is no organisation In the State that approaches the Chanters and they will be directed by James Womble one of the most distinguished musicians in the State Director Rudd who has charge of the ceremonial after the imputing of instructions to the neophytes has been perfecting many pleasant surprises tor the candidates absolutely new to this State and which are said to be exceedingly mirthful and beneficial He and his crew will have entire charge ot the second section of the ceremonial BAPTIZE 6 LITTLE SWANS IN FONTAINEBLEAU POND Ceremony By Americans Near Home of Napoleon Marked By Musical Pageant By Students Dressed to Represent Various Parts of World ' — — i i I- I J v - (By International News Service ''FONTAINEBLEAU Sept 10— Six little American swans have Just peen bapusetflfi the carp pond in the shadow of the chateau of Fontainebleau former home ot Napoleon At least the' American students of the American Conservatory of Music which is housed in the castle clauu them as their own for they bought Mrs Mother and Mr Father swans and have been waiting patiently lor the arrival of the little cygnets The baptism was marked by a musical pageant given by the students all of them dressed in cos tumes representing different parts ot the world and divers characters Adam and Eve were there charming Chinese girls Persians Romans etc and finally the Queen of Bwans appeared on a beautiful float with a bronzed mariner who took the Uttle swans from the pond one by one sprinkled them with the water and gave them each three names In rea) French style El Board Announces Teaching Staff for 1927-20 ’ Sessions Special to The Times-DlspatchJ GOOCHLAND VA Sept 10— The Goochland County School Board has announced the appointment of all white teachers for the coming term School will open with a general meeting of teachers Monday September 1 at Goochland Courthouse The school board and superintendent will be assisted by a member of the Department of Education Schools will open for enrollment Tuesday morning On September 14 Dr Sidney B Hall will hold a round table with the high school teachers at Cardwell High School Fourteen busses will be used to transport children to consolidated schools All x schools will have a nine months' term: The teachers named are: ’ Schools: Uttle Byrd Mrs Mary Wright Columbia Va Hadensvllle Miss Fannie Trice Hadensvllle Johnson Miss May James Elk Hill Tabscott School: Miss Nannie Richardson Toano Miss Gordon Fry Richmond Miss Marie Johnson Hylas life High School: Miss Amanda Pitts Elk Hill Miss Katherine Moeby Columbia Melvin Scott Stone Mountain Miss Margaret Metcalf Richmond Miss Della Saunders Chase City Miss Jettle Talley Buffalo Junction 8andy Hook High Sohool: L a Driscoll Wicomico Miss Saunders Bedford Verser Todd Richmond Miss Pauline Bourne Ventay Miss Louise Hawthorne Dundas Miss Daisy Rutherford Sandy Nook Cardwell Igh School: R N Le- Fevre Newport News B F Carpenter Lynchburg Miss Katherine Holman Lee Miss Verna Hull Richmond Miss Mary Hamilton Richmond Richmond Miss Mollis Hanks Blackstone West View School Miss Mayme Norvell Fork Union Goochland School: Miss Mattie Hooe New ' Canton Miss Sue Nuckols Jtockville Othma School: Miss Hattie Rigsby Othma TABORETTES 12 Inches Across Top 18 Inches Tall It Fastest Harness Horses in South to Compete in Races Special to The Tlmes-Dispatchl MATHEWS VA Sept 10— The Mathews County fair has its program all set tor its expoeitlon which will be held September 13 14 15 and 16 day and night Entries are coming in and the outlook is for a big tevent Every day is a feature day The fair opens Tuesday whlca is Farmers’ Day Ths track program opens with a 3:15 pace and good racing will follow every day On Gloucester Day which Is Wednesday the horse show will be an extra feature On Thursday Middlesex Day there will be an automobile tournament Friday which is Children's Day there will bo field events in the morning betwen the high schools and three races in the afternoon One cl i 8 1 is a class ot Eastern hhore c These colts have proven timase good steppers The racing prograr is high class over sixty harms tmf ing entered to compete in the r- ’ contest which include soma cf fastest trotters and pacers to Li South Every department has been enlarged the concession space has beer extended and the mid-way will be larger A large program of free at- tractions have been arranged There will be various contests school pa-' rade and a list of athletic event which Includes baseball every day I A magnificent program of fireworks will follow the program of attractions every night Dies la Goldsboro GOLDSBORO N C Sept 10— Mrs Margaret Carter 74 died at the home of her daughter Mrs Warrick in this city late Wednesday' night after a long Illness The fu-l neral services were conducted from the home at 1:30 on Thursday by Rev E O Williams Baptist pastor1 and interment was made in the family burying-ground in Grantham i township Mrs Carter leaves two children Mrs Warrick of Goldsboro and John Carter ot South Boston Va FINAL CLEANUP 500 pairs of late summer footwear formerly sold up to $785 all go on sale In this great one-day event of $185 for the first pair and one cent for the next pair Of Fumed Oak New Shipment of Bridge snd Floor Lpmps With Beaded Fringe Just Arrived HAMMETT BLAKE & KIRTLEY Inc Fourth and Broad Telephone 'Madison 180 Pumps Straps Oxfords All Heels AQ Sizes FIRST PAIR $S5 NEXT PAIR ft® If yon don't care for two pair bring a friend and share the cost FOR MONDAY ONLY MAIS’N CHWARTZi JII-I A $rje ROAD STRUT Miss Wra Menchik Gains Title in Strenuous Play in London By Universal Service LONDON Sept 10— Onward sweeps I the wave of youthful champions through the realms of golf tennis I movies and trans-Atlantic aerial flip-flops and now the majesty and dignity of chess bows to the imperial swap of a winsome lass just 31 years old Miss Vera Menchik became the world’s first chess champion after strenuous competition at the international play which closed here recently She won her first game ol chess at Moscow when she was only 0 years old but she has lived in Hastings England lor the last six years Her mother is English and her father Czecho-Slovakian bu-Miss Menchik spent the earlier years I of her life in Russia Commenting on her early attempts in the realm of chess Miss Menchik ONE WEEK MORE OF i ' v ' 1 August Fur This sale means a saving of from 20 to 25 to you Our stock is complete with the newest of fur garments with the guarantee of Maison Schwartz quality behind your purchase MUSKRATS We can arrange convenient terms so you can make monthly payments "Papa plays chess well and taught me much but he is not a champion My first big chess I played at the open tournaments at Heatings In this tournament just finished I 1 confident of doing well but I was not so sure I would become champion I am very glad '"I wee in Russia at the time of the revolution but I do not want to say very much about it Like many more we had unpleasant I timet Paps owned a mill there j He no longer has it "X do not live and dream chess That would be too fixed It Is nice to turn to tennis and I spend a lot of time modeling with clay" Miss Menchik’ chess instructor at Bastings was Marcezy the Hungarian master I VIRGINIA WEDDINGS ANDENGAGE1ENTSI The Economy of buying your Fur Coat now is worth your consideration MS All pieces are large and roomy aed covered in rich Jacquard loose spring Nachmann construction that la guaranteed are used A most unusual value OTHER OVERSTUFFED SUITES $8950 $11950 $16950'' YOU PROFIT BY BUYING HEBE Attractive Terms Discount For Cash EAST CHARLOTTESVILLE VA Sept 1 10— John M Kessley of Blacksburg Va and miss Luclle Ann Carver daughter of Mr and Mrs Dabney C Carver of Miller School tide county were married yesterday by the Rev L C Northern pastor or the High School Baptist Church this city The bride is a graduate j of the Farmvllle State Teachers’ I College and has been teaching in I the Roanoke city schools for several years The groom attended Roanoke College and is now cashier of the National Bank of Blacksburg in which town the couple will make I their home VTRQILINA VA Sept 10— Henry I Humphrey Hum pries and Mrs Nannie B Young were married et Hall-i lax Va Rev Edwin R Harris the i pastor ot the groom officiating After the ceremony the bridal party drove to Virglllna where they were : entertained at supper at the nome i ol Mrs Hour Humphries Enlisted Man Drowns NORFOLK VA Sept 10— H J I Stout of San Antonio Tex an en-I listed man attached to the U 8 A An tarts navy supply ship fell from a dock at the naval base here while fishing last night and was drowned It was believed be fell esleep or suffered a heart attack The bod-1 wu recovered r Jap Minks Dyed Squirrel Bronze Caracul ' Caracul Paw s Natural Squirrel Hudson Seal Krimmer Caracul Pony Skins A Collection of Scarfs At a Big Saving -Foxes — Wolfs Bau Marten — Sables— Stone Martens MAIS’ 5 I 7 - B A s r it O ROAD STREET L i I

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