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TOLE AND MORRIS
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Chargea With ; Steallng from
Held for Developments,
Three members of tho Parlter famlly, all
colored, wero before Justlce John yester?
day mornlng on tho charge of trespassing
on the promlses of Annlo Brown and
threatenlng to kill her.
The three ParJters declared they dldn't
know nothlng erbout hlt, and had wit?
nesses to provo what they snyed.
They were glven to Saturday to pro?
duce their witnesses.
Wlllle Morris (colored) was charged.
prlmarily, wlth throwlng rocks In tha
street, but whon tho caso was gone Into
lt developed that ho also shot a plstol.
The whole thlng amounted to $25 and
costa and ninoty daya under securlty.
George Broadus and D, Dantalrara
aach pald $2.50 for fightlng on the street.
R. L, Johnson boat Bessle Johnson
wlth the usual result, $10 and slxty days.
I.TTu Jones and Mary Fortuno "fll" $2.50
The caso of A. T. Moore, charged wlth
Bolling llquor wlthout a llcense, was
further continued untll Saturday.
Jim Bowles (colored) on the charge of
assaultlng Florence Bry.ant wlth a knife,
was turned over to tho Henrlco authorl?
tles, where tho alleged aet was com
P. A. Tolo and EWward Morris, two
young white men, were sent on to tho
grand jury on tho chargo of havlng taken
lt lot of brass and copper from the Trlgs
ihlpyards. Tho! property taken was
?worth $360.43 os follows: Fourteen brass
plugs, valuod at $70,25; twenty-nlno pleces
of copper pipo, valued at J30.1S.
James Davls, tho negro alleged to havo
been an accessory In tha robbery of Dr.
T. J. Rlddell sevoral weeks ng-,. had hls
caso continued to tho 12th for develop?
ments. Tho sum of $320 was found In
tho negro's possesslon, and In tho mean?
time. OfilcorB Schloif, Brynnt nnd John?
son wlll make evory effort to locate tho
negro woman, who stolo the $S00 from Dr.
Davls sald he know nothlng of the rob?
bery, and that ho wns just koeplng th"
money for tho woman, who had glven It
,T. C. Cheatwood pald $2 In ench of four
cases of falluro to have llghts on ob
structlons ln tho streets.
| GSctrton Jfceights. \
The Epworth League senvlces wlll be
conducted by Mlss'Bertha Hardlng next
Sunday at tho Methodist Church at 7
MIbs Mary Aubroy, who has been vlslt?
lng noar Lakeside, has returned to
Mlss Allee Shaw of Smlthville, is
vlsltlng Mrs. Whltney, on Chamberlaln
Mlss Jean Wllllams, of Newport News.
has returned homo from a rvl_lt to Mlss
Elmoro, noar Chestnut Hlll. . ,
? Mr. E, P. Duval, of Hanover, who has
beon vlsltlng friends on the'Hei_li__ has
Mlss Carrlo Jamos, of Cralgs, ls vlslt?
lng tho Mlsses Hlll, of Brook road.
Mrs, aeorge Campbell, of Lakeside, U
quite slck at her home,
Seiwloes wlll bo held at the Eplphany
Eplscopul Churoh Frlday ac 4:30 P, M.
conduoted by ahe reotor, Ruv, ,C R
Miss Llllie DiivaJ. Is (juRe slok at her
home on Miller Avenuo.
Mr. Owen, of Roekbrldge, ls Ylsltlrp-r
friends ln Brookland Park.
'Mrs. Sallle, of Cnrollne county, ls the
gtiest of Mrs. J. G. Jetor.
Mr, Thomas Goodwin/'of Lynohburg,
who has boon vlsltlng Mr. Soott, of
North Avenue, has returned home.
iMiss Allee Goodnll, of Gayton, ls vlslt?
lng her frlond, Mlss W'oods, of Brook
Mlss Mary Anderson, who has been
vlsltlng her aunt, near Lakeside, has re?
turned to Loulsa.
Mr. Albert Courtney, of Wllllamsburg,
Is expocted to ivlslt friends on the Heights
Mrs. E, M: Lambert, of Charlcston,
W, Va., ls vlsltlng Mrs. Alcott, hea'r
Mrs. Curry hns returned to her ho_i"B
jn South Carollna, after a short vlslt
to friends und relatives on Meadow
iMr. J. E, MoM'urran, who hns boen
vlsltlng hls slntor. noar the Somlnary.
bu-'-i returned to Nwwport News,
MJss Marle Kent4 wlM) has beon vlslt
Ing her Blator, Mrs. Lorton, ln Orange
county, haa returned to her homo on
Brook road, .
Mlss Dolly Jones, who haa beon ivlalt
ing Mra. S. P. Jonos, has returned to
Mlaa Ruth Lanford, of Howardavilla.
ls expected to-morrow to vlslt hor
brother, Mr, Lanford, on Brook road,
Mr. R, W. Taylor left Wednesday ovo?
nlng on a buslnesa trlp through tho
Mra. Elonla J. Johnson la- vory slck at
her homo In Hlghland Park,
Mr. W. R. Brown has left on a busl?
ncss trlp to Atlanta, and New Orleans,
Mius Annle Montgomory Is qulto slck
at her homo on Hcrniitago road.
Mr. Surke has returned to hla home,
In Hanovor, after a short 'Vlslt to friends
ln Brookland Park.
Mrs, Godf.n, who has been vlsltlng of?
Chestnut Hlll, has returned to her home,
on Hciynitage road.
?Mr. XV. Martln, who has been visltlnB
friends on Marlon .Hlll, haa returned
...ra. Owen, of Rockbrldge, ls 'vlsltlng
her daughter In Brookland Park.
Mrs. George Plateau, who haa been
qulto slck, la much bettor.
Mr. James Rawllngs, of Ralelgh, ls Ujb
guest of Mr. John Jackson, of Meadow
iMr. Henderson, of Brookland Park,
left yesterday for a short vlslt to her
slster, Mrs. Turner, ln Green county,
Mlss Loulse Jones nnd Janet Jones,
who have beon vlsltlng Mlsa Mary
Jones, hnvo returned to thelr home ln
-Mr. Alfred Graham, of Chestnut Hlll
ls vlsltlng hls slster, on Luck Aii'cnuo.
Mlss Bue Anderson, of Albemarlo, Is
vlsltlng her aunt, Mra. Nelsoif, near the
Mr. Crawford. who has been qulto slck
at hls homo, on York Street, ls Improv?
Mr, and !Mrs. Thomas havo returned to
tholr home ln Carollno county, aftar 'aj
very pleasant ivislt to Mrs. Arthur J. G.
Joter, of Ladles' Mlle road.
Mr. T. K. Sands, hns left on a buslness
trlp to West Virglnia, and Ohio, and
wlll be gone about a weok. s
Mlsa Llz.le Warden, of Hermttairo
road, ls vlsltlng friends ln Carollno coun?
Mlss Ella Thorpe. who haa been qultp
slck at hor home ln Dumrjarton Is stin
qulte slck, and not nblo to be out.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Gans left yesterday
to vlslt thelr son, Walter, -who ls at
Rock Hlll Collego, Elllcott City, Mo.
tMr. Andrews, of Chestnut Hlll, has
left on a buslnesa trlp to Petersburg,
Mr. Coftey, of Brookland Park, who
has been qulto slck, ls Improvlng.
Mrs. Perduo and daughter, who havo
beon irlsltlng her slster, Mrs. John 13.
Roso, of Barton Avonue, haa returned to
THE BENEFIT FOR
The Indlcatlons aro that tho Bostock
benefit for the Methodlst Orphanage on
Friday wlll bo vory auccessful and those
who havo not already purohasod thelr
tlcketa aro urged to do so, and tliereby
secure a largo amount for tho Orphan
No charity ahould appoal more atrong
ly than tho care of tho llttlo motherlesa
und fathorlesa chlldren. The programme
will ho oxceedlngly Interesting. and all
tickets wlll be good for olthor tlio after?
noon or ovonlng performance. Tlcketa
aro on sale at a number of atorea and by
many persons throughout tho clty.
Gave Doctor a Hint About Coffee.
Spoaklng of coffee a doctor of Decatur
nillo, Ohlo., says: "Wo used to analyze
coffeo at the Medlcal College. and ln
splto of our labratory testa whlch show?
ed lt to contaln calllno, nn actlvo polson.
I continued to uso the drlnk. and
later on found mysolf affected with se?
rlous siomnch trouble, indlgestlon, head
Tho hoadnchos camo on regularly and
oppressed mo so that I found lt difil
oult to attend to my regular dutle3, Ono
day last November, I met a friend whom
I had known to be elmllarly aflllcted.
Hla murked Improvemont ln oppearance
caused mo to Inciulro what ho had boen
dolng. Ho announced that ho had, some
tlme ngo, quit coffeo and waa ualng
Poatum Food Coffee, to thla chango ho
attrlbuted tho chanco In hls hoalth.
1 took the hlnt, cwen from a layman,
and /made the siime. change mysolf. Tho
f.rst woek ' notlced a llttle' dlffsroiica
but not piuch, Tho thlrd weok tho chango
waa almost magical. I have continued
with tlio Poatum. and now my dlgoatiou
ls perfect, tho norvoua headauhes havo
entlrely dlsappeared, und . am well -My
own analyala of tho Postum Food Cof?
feo shows lt to be a pure food drJuk
of strong character, whlch la a n-arkutf
contnost to the lOldrfashionod coffee."
Name glven A>y itoslwn Cp., Batrj*
Creek, Wlob- ' ' ,
Those at Present In Practlce
Are Exempted by It.
TH? LEE STATUE MEASURE
lt Only Requlrea the Governor's Blgna
ture to Become a Law?Bland
Firemen's Rellef Blll Also
? The session of the Houae yestorday ?'a*
full of life and lnterost. A number of
bllls of moro or loss local Import&nce
w?re offered and referred and the blll to
authorlze the placing of a atatue of Gen?
eral R. E. Lee ln the Statuary Hall at
Washlngtan was passed andd an Impres
slve sllenco, not a word of debato boing
uttered. The vote on the passage of the
blll was: Ayes, 44; noes, 7.
Mr. Newhouue reported from the Com?
mltteo on Prlsons and Aaylums a blll re
lutlng to the management of the pon?
itontiary as amended by the Constltutlon,
and lt was orderod printed.
Threo Interestlng -llhi thon- came up
and were elther engrossed or paseed. Ono
was to approprlato |2,O00 to enforoe tho
Olass pure food blll and the other,wus
tho Bland firemen's rellef measure. Both
of these were paased by safe majorltlea.
The other was the Caton blll to pro
tect blrds and thelr neata and eggs, and
lt was ongrossod after a bard flght by
a vote of 40 to 11.
The romalnder of tho session was do
votod toiclearlng the calendar and to a
dlscusslo_kof tho'bllls to annex property
to cltle^pand towns, the latter golng
over wlthout actlon.
Mr. Kelhjy offered the Senate blll as
a subBtltute for tho Oardnor measure,
and ho and Mr. Oardnor made openlng
statemonts for thelr respectlve meas
ures. The Gardnor Wll provldes for
popular eleotlons and the othor for the
Jurlsdiction of non-.resident clreult Judges.
Tho former was reported from the House
Committee and tho latter has passed the
Among the Interestlng House bllls pass?
ed were thoso by Messrs. Chrlstlan and
Edwards respectlvely to amc id the law
ln relation to embalmlng dead bodles,
and to shorten the soaslon for taklng
? seed oysters from the waters of Vlr?
Tho latter measure shortens tbo open
soason thirty days at the openlng and
flfteen dayB at the end. The closed sea
fton flxed on the blll' commences April
lst and ends September 15th.
The entlre sosslon of the Senate was
dovoted to disousslng the bill to requlro
osteopaths, Chrlstlan Solentlsts and all
other healors to stand examinatlon be?
fore the State Board of Medical Exarai
nors, and after belng amended ln somo
mlnor partlculars, lt was ordored to Its
engrossment. Thls maans that the blll
wlll pass practically ao lt was offered
by Mr. Harvey.
Before tho osteopath blll was taken
up, Mr. Lylo succeeded In getting hls
blll passed, to allow citles and towns to
Issue bonds to satlsfy outstandlng obll
A great orowd of people filled the Sen?
ate Chamber at noon. The bills to reg
ulate the practlce of medlclne and sur
gery was tho speclal order for 12:15
o'clock. The whole apaoe back of the
ralllng was oecupled by spectators.
There were men and women, old and
young, rlch and poor, there. -Before
reaching the speclal order Senator Lylo
succeeded In havlng hls blll passed to au?
thorlze munlclpal corporatlon to Issue
bonds to redeem outstandlng obltgatlons.
Thero was a great stir throughout the
Senate Chamber when Clerk Button
read what ls known as the Harvey blll,
which lays down strlngent rules for the
llcenslng of persons to practlce medi?
cine and surgery ln thla State. This
ls the aet that is belng so energetlcally
fought by the Osteopaths and' Chrlstlan
BcIontlsU. Ex-Governor O'Ferrall oecu?
pled a soat on the floor.
MR. HARVET'S ADDRESS.
Mr. Harvey, the handsomest man ln
the Sonate, who seldom has anythlng
to say, but whon he does talk,* lt is
always to the point, started the great
ball to rolllng by offerlng an amend?
ment, whlch was flnally adopted, ex
empllng from the operatlons of
the aet thoso Osteopaths holding dl
plomas who woro practlclng (ln thls
State prlor ? to the flrst of January,
Mr. Mcllwalne jumped up at onoe and
sald he Intended to voto for the Osteo?
paths, but If they wore golng tc .hrow
somo of thelr people overboard, he
would vote agalnst tho wholo thlng.
Mr.' Harvey, ln roply, sald that thls
amendment waa offered after due oon
There had come lnto the State cer?
tain Osteopaths, and they had acqulred
a logal status. It was thought that lt
would be unjust to them to drlve them
Proceedtng in hls argument, Mr, Har?
vey sald that It had been charged that
there was Jealousy at the bottom of thls.
whole matter. He denled lt. He sold
that tho medloal men themselves were
the vory jieople who, In 1SS3, asked the
passaga of an net provlding for tho ex?
aminatlon of surgeons and physlalans.
In thls connectlon he. read the 'follow?
lng lettor, whlch explalns Itselft
DR. J'OHNSTON'S LETTER.
Richmond, Va., Maroh 3, 1003.
Senator EJ- J- Harvey, Senato Chamber,
Dear Slr,?The nocesslty for a law
regulatlng tho practlce of medlclne In
Vlrglnla was i flrst recognized by the
modlcal men themselves. They proposed
such a law and were chlefly Inatrumen
tal ln Its passage ln 1885.
At tho tlmo thls law was ona-cted, lt
was deomed sufnolont. Recent rullngs
of tho courts devolopod tho fact that
tho present law ls defectlve. The amend?
ment to the law proposed by you aeoks
to remedy tho defect. The medlcal pro?
fesslon of the Stato has earnestly nd
vocated the passage of tho amendment
as a matter of prlnolple. Tho commit?
tee from the Modlcal Soolety of Vlr?
glnla, charged wlth advooacy of the
measure, ln prosontlng tho amendments
to tlio Sonato through the Committoo
on General Laws, disclalmed any pur
poso or deslre to lujuro or haroas any
cltlzen of the Oommonwealth,
That the Commltteo on Generof Laws
haa glven a favorablo report to the bill
as amended ls a compiete establlshment
of the prlnclple for whlch the Medlcal
Soclety contended. Tho blll, lf possod ln
Its present ahapo, wlll furnlah tho peo?
ple wlth an ample protectlon agalnat
Ignorance and oharlatanry aa a law
Boeause of the faot that the Oateo
paths now praoticlng in tho Stato aro
peacefttlly praotlclng under the rullngs of
tho courts. the commltteo of tho Medlcal
Soclety of Vlrglnla deslre that theso
pmctitlonors shall bo undlsturbed ln
thelr work, and thorefore, request that
you wlll add to the blll, and support,
un anvondment wWoh wlll exompt thom
from examinatlon ot tl|o hands of the
State Board of Exaiolners.
Thoso gentlemen have conrs Into the
State under the Impresslon that the law did
not wtfrfy to t_ero. Counsel aflvlsod them
KEEP YOUR HAIR.
and Hair Tonic
Makes the Halr Grow.
Keeps the Scalp Heatthy.
5old Everywhere ln '
$1.00 and 50 Cent Bottles.
__bhb__bm_M-ii i 'M.iin'iiiifi'iii
that lt dld not lnolude them. Tho courts
hold that lt waa lnoporatlvo aa to them.
lf tho "Harvey blll" slwuld pasa wlth?
out providlng exemptlon for them, lt
wouid work a hardshlp on them that
wo of <ho -commltteo cannot approve,
and aa a matter of Justlco to these praa
tltlonora, tho Commlttee of the Med
loal Socloty of Virginla hopcs that auch
an amendmont wlll carry.
GEORGE BEN. JOHNSTON,
Chalrman of the Commltteo from fhe
Medlcal' Soclety of Virglnia.
With tho readlng of thls letter, Mr.
Harvoy concluded hla oponlng remarka.
SAVED HIS MAN.
Mr. Mann next got up and offored an
amendment, the subatance of whlch waa
to atrlko out the provlslon as to dlplomc.
Ho Baid thef'o waa one ostcopath ln tho
State holdlng no dtploma, but waa a man
of aplendld roputation. Judge Mann
a aw no reason tor the oxcluslon of this
person. The Judgo took occaslon to ex?
press hla hlgh regard for tho medlcal ao
clety and pitched a nlce llttle bouquet at
Dr. George Ben Johnston, who Btood be?
hlnd tho ralllng.
Mr. Harvey accopted thls amendmont.
Mr. Mann's Osteopatli was savod. Tha
companlon act, the ono that most se
rlously- affecta"tho Chrlstlan Sclentlsta,
waa next read,
CROMWELL,' S aMENDMENT.
Mr. Cromwoll Introduced an amendment,
whloh Mr. Harvey said practlcally ex
empted tho Chrlatian Sclontlsts. He aald
that lt wouid be argued by some that this
blU wouid undormlne the great princlplo
of religlous freedom. He denled lt. Ho
aald that the blll wouid not affect thoae
who dld not charge for tholr servlces,
but lt ought to apply to those who Bhould
go and pray.for the heallng and charge
ao' much for oach "pray." Mr. Harvey
statod that tho draftsman of the b-ill had
no idea of interferlng with tho Chrlstlan
Sclentlats when the act waa wrltten, and
no purpose whatever of Interferlng woth
the rellglouB llberties of any ono.
MR., SALE'S VIBWS.
Mr. Sale belioved this proposed leglsla?
tion waa treadlng on dangeroua ground,
He thought Mr. Harvey's argument Ulogi
cal. "We pay pr^achers," sald he, "and
contrlbuto to all aorts of religlous pur
poaea. Why Interfere with a claaa of good,
cdnaclentloua people? If you 'want to
drlvo the Chrlstlan Sclentlsts out of the
Stato why not offer a bill to aecomplish
that apeclflc purpos-?? Don't attempt to
do lt by Indlrectlon." -'
Whlle Mr. Tyler was maklng one of
hls old-fashloned, plaln and to the point
arguments |n favor of thls blll, thore oc?
curred one of the incidenta of the day.
MR. WICICHAM'S QUESTION,
Mr. Watklns and Mr. Wlokham got lnto
a very aplcy llttlo debato, Mr. Wlckham
wanted to know the statua of the Chrls?
tlan Sclontlsts. Mr. Watklna sald Uiey
clalmed to be able to heal by "prayer.
"Thon, I wouid llke to know If the con
ver8e of tho proposltion Ia true? Do
they clalm to bo able to mako slok and
to klll by prayer?" askod Mr. Wlckham.
Thla was a protty hot ahot that Mr.
Wickhara floahed at the Prlnce Edward
Sonator, but Mr. Watklna faced hlm
with the alr of a man who aaya, "you
nover touched mo."
Mr, Watklna anawered that he dld not
know whethor these poopie clalmod to be
ablo to make 111 or to klll by prayer.
"but," sald ho, as ho loadod hla gun and
placed hla flnger upon tho trlgger: "don't
the doctors admlt that tbey can make
people slck and enn klll them? They
havo done some kllling, but I bellevo lt
waa done unlntontlonally."
At thla reply, the Senators and apecta
tora woro convulsod with laughter.
Al*. Wlckham dld not pursue thla matter
MR. TYLER'S SPEECH.
Mr. Tyler resumed hls argument wh^ra
he left off ancl ho rldlouled tho Idea that
thla thing wouid be InterlerrJng with the
relJgloua llbertlos of any one, and he sa d
no one beljovod more In prayer than him?
aelf, Tho whole object of tho measure
waa to protect the chlldren and othor vln
Sald Mr.' Tyler: "t wo aro golng to
let a chlld dle upon tho hlghway beeause
her mothor rofuses the remedies tested
by ages. and praya for the llttle one'a ro
covery; refuses medlcal aid and we do not
Interfere becauso of a fonr of treadlng
upon tho princlpl. of religlous freedom,
where will it end? Where wlll wo draw
tlio line agalnst funatlolsm?"
Mr. Tylor sald atandlng horo in tho
twontleth cotftury he waa palnea to have
to argue agalnst mytha and things that
the clvllizod world had long since dls
curded, Ho aald that wo mlght laugh
ingly talk of mlstukoa made by doctora,
but ho declared that thoae pooplo ropre
sentod tho very bost of our cltlzensh p
and when lltey como hore and ask ua to
perfect the blll ao as to protect tho pub?
llo health we ought ta^ rospsct thelr
VIEWS OF A PREACHER.
Mr, Harman, a minlster of tho Gospol,
sald that lf bellevlng ln heallng hy pray
era made him a Chrlstlan Sclontlst. ho
waa ono. He atated that the ladles ancl
gontlemen who caino befora the commlt?
teo had tho word of tlie Dlvlne Healer
for the falth thnt ls ln them.
Mr, Harman was Birbjectod to a good
cleal of good-natured crosa-flro ond held
up hla ond of tho controveray mlglity
W?11' AMENDMENT DBFEATBD.
Tho Cromwoll uinendnwmt was defeated
by the followlng voto: Ayes, Mesars. Clay?
tor, Barksdale, COgblll, Cromwoll. Dinwid?
dle, Gold, Hnriniui. Massle, Salo Sliack
ejford and Wutkliis-U.
Noea: Messrs. Bruce, Bryant, Donohue,
Ford, Halsey, Harvey, Hobbs, . Llpton,
Moon, Seara, Sliands, St. Clulr. Tylor,
Wulkor, Wallaco und Wlckham?H,
Tho followlng pulra woro announced, the
flrat named ln oach case bolng ln favor
of tho amendniiini: Mossrs. Mann ancl
Garrett, Jlevorcomb and Chapman and
Msllwalne ancl Lo Cato.
Tho effeot of tlio rojeotlon of tho Crom?
well amondment wua to tho defeat of tho
Chrlstlan Solontists-that la to aay, to re
qulro all persons wlio prnotloe hoallng for
compensation to stund examlratlon by tho
Stato Board of Mecllcal Ex?* Inora,
The blll waa ainendeci tn aomo unlm
portant 'partlculms ??id ordered to lls
The Houae wna called to ordor at 10
O'clock by Speaker Ryan, and thero waa
uo pru-yor, Tho clerk read a pumtar ot
bllla reported frnm va.flous oohlmlttoea,
nnd the followlnif woro offered and re?
By Mr. _umm|ng: To oxtend the terms
of the ofllclals of the varlous towns of
the State. 0 '
Sy Mr. Cardwell I To amend the law
In relation to tha sald of dellnquent lands,
By Mr. Whltehead! To amond an aet
to extond tho corporata llmlta of tho clty
By Mr. Churohman: To valldate ac
knowledgmonls takon by an ofllcer of
compmiy for suoh company.''
By varlous members: Potltlons praylng
tho pasaago of tho Mann bill. i
When tho Lee statuo blll waa roodhed,
doslgned to plaoe a statuo of Goneral Leo
In tho rotunda of tho National Capltol,
lt was pnsaod wlthout dobate by a voto
of'44 to 7.
Mr. Newhouse, on behalf of the Com?
mltteo on Prlsons and Asylums, made a
flnal report on tho formor branch of tho
eommltteo'fl work, and thus tbo momber
from Culpepor was tho'flrst chalrman to
eompletn tho work oislgnod to hlm.
When tho blll to approprlato $2,000 to
enforco Bhe Glass puro food camo up, It
was urged earnostly by Mr. Churchman.
Mr. Uyan (Mr. Wost In tho chalr) and
Mr. Jcnnlngs asked a numbor of que8
tlons. The blll was advocatod by Mossra.
Bakor, of Chosterfield, and Newhouse, of
Culpepor, and Mr. Hunley also spoko In
Its favor, ,
Captaln J, H. Redwood, chalrman of
the Leglslatlvo Commltteo of tho State
Firemen's Assoclatlon, placed bouquot
of beautlful flowors upbn the desk of Hon,
Charles T, Bland, as nn evidence of thelr
nppreclatlon of hls work ln gottlng the
Fireman'B Rellef blll through the House.
FOR PURE FOOD.
The blll to make offectlve ttho Glase pure
food law waa thon paaaed upon a roll
coll?ayes, 57; noos, 4.
When Mr. Caton's blll to proteot eong
blrds camo up, Mr. Smlth, of Clarke,
spoke oarncstly for the meosuro, and
was oheored by the House,
The blll was offered by Mr. Cardwell
In a strong speoch. Tho dlscusslon took
a very amuslng turn, and all klnd of
blrds, lneludlng kildeos and pee-woes,
wero referred to, and flshlng v.orms and
out worms woro llkowlse dlscussod.
Mr, C. C. Baker opposod tho blll, and
somo ono destred to know "who kllled
The blll was advocatod by Mr. Murrell
In a brlef but strong speoch.
Mr. Lee spoko for tho blll, and mado
an effort whlch set the House wlld wlth
delight. He declared that down ln Klng
Willlam, where he somo tlmes vlslted, a
mocklng blrd awakened hlm In tlme for
breakfast by slnglng "JulepI Julepl! So
sweet! So sweet! I
Mr. Caton spoke eloquontly for hls blll,"
and took largely the aentlmental slde of
By a voto of 40 to 11 tho blll waa ordored
to its engrossment, and the Bland Flre
man's Rellef Blll was passed upon roll
call. ayes, 52; noes, 10.
The House loudly choored when the an
nouncement of the voto was made, and _
numiber of palrs woro announced.
ANNEXATION BHd-S^ ?
The Gardner Annexatlon blll came up
now as a speclal order, and Mr, Kolley
offerod the Anderson blll, passed by the
Sonato, as a sub-tltute. The former pro?
vldes for submlttlng the varlous propo
sltlons rolating to the annexatlon of prop?
erty adjacent to cltlea and towns to
popular vote and tho latter glvos tho-Jur
Isdtctlon to non-resldont clreult Judges.
Tho blll and tho BUbstltuto were read by
tho clerk, and then speechos wore ln
Mr. Gardnor took tho floor, and made
an earnost and oloquent plea for the
meosuro offorod by himsolf and amended
by the committee,
The young Henrlco reprosentatlve de?
clared In hls openlng remarks that the
llnes wero cloarly drawn between the two
bills, and that the oountioa stood upon
the one sldo and tho cltlos and towns
upon tho othor.
He sald tho Senato blll proposed to
placo tho wholo matter ln the bosom of a
court, whlle hls blll left tho important
questlons to a vote of tho pooplo.
KBLLEY ASKS QU-STIONS.
Mr. ICelley asked Mr. Gardner a num?
ber of questlons, and It became evidont
that tho brilliant RIohmond lawyer and
orator would bo pltted agalnst Mr. Gard?
ner-in the great controveray. Mr. Gard?
ner dlscussed both bllls at some length
and wlth characterlstlc ablllty, and sald
an attempt was belng made hero to raln
down the throats of tho country people
somothing which they did not want.
Ho deoiored that so momentous ques?
tlons as those Involvcd would not have
been left to a man as wise as Solomon,
to say nothlng of human Judges ot.the
Mr. Kelley made a very atrong open?
lng statement for tha Senate blll and
wns llstened to wlth marked attentlon.
Ho contended that lt was best for all
partlos that the measure advocated by
hlmself should pass, and ho doclarod tliat
thoro was no Issue here between the
clty and country members. At the con
cluslon of Mr. Kelley's speoch the Houso
adjournod untll 10 o'clock to-day.
SENATE BI'LLS PASSED.
No. 109?Senate blll to provlde a statuo
of Robort Edward Leo, to bo placod ln
the National Statuary Hall ln tho Capl?
tol of tho United States, at Washington,
Distrlct of Columbla.
No. 138?Senate blll provlding for the
payment of State tax by party on whoso
motlon the eatato of a docedent ls com
mlttod to the sherlff of any county or
oorporatlon, or the sorgeant of tho cor
No. 179?Senate blll approprlatlng tho
sum of two thousand dollara to tho De?
partment of Agrlculture to be used In
tho enforcomont of tho law prohlbltlng
the sale of adultorated j and unbranded
food. ? U
HOUSE BILLS PASSED.
No. 77?Houso blll to amend and ro
ennct sectlons 2, 0, 10 and M, of an aet
approved March 5, 1801, entitled an aot
c oestabllsh a Stato Board of Embalm
ing; to provlde for tho better protectlon
of life nnd health; to prevent tho spread
of oontaglous dlseases; to regulato tho
practlce of ombalmlng, and tho oare and
dlsposltlon of tho dead; and to odd ad
ditlonal soctlon 15 thoroto.
Patron?Mr. Chrlstlan, Reported from
Committee on Geilerul Laws.
No. 80?House blll to amend and re
onnct aootlon 2118 of the Code of Vlr?
glnla. as amended by an aet approved
February 1-1, 1001, and by provlous acts,
ln relation to tho tlmo for taklng oys
tors, and to prolhbtt tho uso of patont
patron?Mr. Edwards. Reportod from
Committee on Chasancuko and Ua Trlbu
No. 105?Houso blll to authorlsto tho
trustees of the Cllntwood school dis?
trlct, In Dlckenson county, to Issue bonds
and use tho proceeds to purohase a sltu
and ereot thoreon, nnd furnlsh a Bohool
lumse for snld school dlstrjat, and to
uuthorl-o sald trustoes to sell the pres?
ent school-houso lot, and Invest the
procoeds In another sohool-house lot.
Ueadquarters for Louten ? ? supplles.
Boneless or Shroddod Codflsh, 6c. pack?
age; Scotoh Herrlngs. 20o. box; New
Carollna Roo Horrlngs, 20c. dozen; throo
largo cans Salmon for 2.'>c; now Califor?
nia Prunos, tt pounds for 25o.; now Drled
Poaohcs, Nectarlnes or Aprlcots, So,
pound; new Rollod Oats, 7o. paokagoj
new Carollna Rice, Oe. poundi Malta Vlta
or Grape Nuts, 12o, package; new Spllt
Poas, 4c pound, and overything wunted
for Lentosi season nt
8. ULLMAN'B SON.
Up-Town Storo: 500 E. Marshall.
Down-Town Store: 1S20-1S22 E. Main.
Brery Tlmes-Dlsjmtch want ad. a wln?
They work wonders?Tho Timea-Dia
jRend. Times-Plst>atch want ads,
We make a perfect
. Ilkeness?and all out'
work has that life
? llke appearance 50
* much dcsired In en
larged portralt work.
Our prices will suit
The Elite Studio,
30? Broad Street.
Can Cancer Be Cured ?
Wlthout the usa of the knlfe wo otrre
Cancera, Tumors and Chronlc Sorea,
oharglng nothlng for examlnntlon. Our
patlents are our best frienda. Como and
aeo the oancora we have removad and
oured from our now happy patlents, and
aro dally curlng. They are w-onderful,
If then you are not aatlsfled, we wlll pay
all your expenses.
- Twolfth and Bank Streeta,
Aluu_nd?TAra*kei ?old, cxcbtnred, rapalrtd, andrented
o_r-h?r?, iUnjr?ood ?n?w. J(of niMiut-otnnn'pticert
Uon't buy untll you ii?lMi-pl.iof wnUna on our??un
proludlMil ?_rio?. Imi-emo ilock tor Mlicttenlll Mfr- .
chlim ihlppii- nn Mkpiwral. II you want ?U00_>4yJ?.
wriUr CHK-P. rou-if?nd II fct/m
PhnoM. N?? 8M1 OMIAM._?
flOTTTHERN STAMP AND STATIOirBBT OO.
JEcUro Uulldlng, Tw?tT?-.ixM?ln,r_cluno_d.V_.
BOHED-XE IN EFFEOT FEB, 89, 1909.
All Tralns Arrlvo and Dopart Four
THA1NS LEAVE BIOKMOirD,
7:00 A. M.?Dally, Local for Danville and
Charlotto, N. C. __ ,
13:60 P. M.?Dally. Llmltedj Buffet Pull
man to Atlanta and Blrmlngham. New
Orleans, Memphia, Chattanooga and all
the South. ... .
6:00 P. M.?Ex. Sunday. Keyavlllo Local.
11:05 P. M.?Dally. Llmlted; Pullman
ready 9:30 P. M., for all the South.
YOKK HrVEE LINE.
The favorlto routo to Baltlmore and
costern polnta, Leave Richmond 4:30 P.
M. Monday, 'Wednesday and Friday.
6:00 A. M.?Except Sunday. Local mlxed
for Weat Potnt. >-;> ?::'__?
2:16 P. M.?Local, Monday, Wedne3day
and Friday for Weat Point.
?1:30 P. M.? feixcopt Sunday. For Weat
Point, conneotlng with steamora for Bal
tlmoro and rlver lantSnga Mlondaya,
Wodnosdaya and Frldays.
XRAINB ARRIVE RIOHMOND.
6:56 A. M. and 6:25 F. M.?From all tho
a':_S P. M.?From Charlotte, Durham and
8:40 A.M.?From Keyavllle and . local
atatlona. , , __ .
9:15 A. M.?From Baltlmore and west
Point _. . _
4:50 P. M.?From "West Point.
H. 0. ACKBItT, G. M. S. H. HARDWICK, O. P. A.
Washlngton, D. C.
O. W. WESTBOBY, D. V. A., Richmond, Vn.
Old 'phone 435; new, 93.
NEW YORK, SOUTHAMPTON. LONDON
Salllng Wednesdaya at n A. M.
Phlladelphia, Mar, 11. Phlladelphia. Apr. 1.
St. Paul. Maroh 18. St. Paul, April S.
Red Star Line.
Salllng Saturday at 10 A. M,
Zoeland, March 7. Vaderland, March 21.
Flnland, Maroh 14. Kenalngton, March 28.
Plara 14 and 15, North Rlver.
Office, 73 Broadway, N. Y,
W. B. PALJUER & CO.,
Night Line for Norfolk
Leave Richmond dally at* 7 P. M., atop
plng at Newport Nows ln both dlrootlona.
Daily except Sunday by C. and O. Rall?
way 0:00 A. M., 4 P. M.. 0 A. M. and 3
P M. by N. and W. Rallway; all llnea
conne'ot at Norfolk with dlrect ateamera
for New York, aalllng dally except Sun?
day. 7 PM,. ;'. ;:'.'.
Steamers sall from oompany'a wharf
(foot of Aah Streot) Rockctta.
a n WALKER, Traf. Man. New York,
"' JOHN F. MAYER, Agent
1312 Eaat Maln Street. Richmond, Va.
Steamship Line. Diroct Route to
Boston, Mass,, aud Provldence, R. I.
Steameis leavo Norfolk for Boaton Tuea
day, vvediiesduy, Friday ond Sunday. For
l'rovldencc Monday, Thursday and Satur?
day at tl P- M. AacommodaUons and cul
ijiuo unaunmsa.d. Passengera and frolght
taken for all New England polnta. Tlck
ela on sale at Chcsapenke and Ohlo and
Norfolk nnd Western RnlJway oftlcea and
No. 819 Eaat Maln Streot
VIRGINIA NAVIGANON COMPANY.
J AM IOS BIYER DAY LINE,
Steamer POCAHONTAS leaves MON?
DAY WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY at 7 A,
M for Norfolk, Portsmouth, Old Point,
Newport Newa, Claromont and Jainoa
Rlver hmclinga, .aiul connectlng at Old
Point for Washlngton. Baltlmore aiul the
North. Statu-rooms rosorved for the nlght
at moderato prlcos. Electric cara dlrect to
wharf. Fare only J1.E0 und *1 to Norfolk.
Mualo.by Grand Orchestrlon.
Frolght received for nbovo-nnmed placea
and all polnta lu Kaatern Virginla und
Notrh Carolina. IRVIN WElSlQER..
H. A. Barbpr. Jr.. Seerotary.
Glyde Steamship Co.'s
RICHMOND AND NORFOLK STEAM
Appolnted -iiiling daya: Rvory
TUESDAY. F1UDAV aud SUNDAY.
at daylifc'lit. iYntyla received daily till
& Ohio Ry.
2 Hours and 25 Mlnutes to Norfolk*
7:45 A, M.?Woek days?local to Newport
? / Nows and way statlons.
"9:00 A M.-Dally-Llmltod-Arrlvei W_?
lintnrmurg i);Ed A, M? Old Point'
11:00 A. M., Norfolk 111- A. M. '
4:00 P. M.?Weok daya?Spoelal?ArrlvMl
Wllllatrtsburg 4158 P, M., Old.
Point 0:00 P. M., Norfolk 8i_J'.
B:0O P, M.-Dally-Looal to Old Point.
10:10 A M.?Wook days?Local to Ollfton
Fofgo and way statlona.
SiOO P. M.?Dally?Speolal to ClnclnnaH,
Loulsvllle, St. Loula and Chl- j
5:15 P. M.?Week days?Local to DoswelL
10:30 P. M,?Dally?LImlted to Ctnelnnatl,
Loulsvllle, St. Louls and Cht
JA--ES RIVER. DIVISION.
10:20 A. M.?Dally?Express to Lynchburg,
/ Clifton Forgo and prlnclpal,
5:15 P. M.?Week days?Local to Bremo,
O. B. DOYLE, W. O. WARTHEN. .
Gen'l. Manager. Dlst. Pass. Agt,
Rr" O n Richmond, Frederlck
? ? -J* ? ? burg &. Potomao R. H
Tralns Loave Richmond?Northward.
4:16 A M., dally. Byrd St. ThroU-h.
6:16 A. M., dally, Maln St-Through. .
6:46 A. M., dally, Maln St. T.hroug-. AU
Pullman Cars. i _ ?? .- ?
6:54 A. M? eicept Monday. Byrd Bt
Through. All Pullman Cars. ? ' -.
7:16 A M., week days. Elba. Ashland ao
8:00 A M., Sunday only. Byrd .Bt,
Through. _ ? _
8:40 A. M? week daya. Bryd St. Through.
12:05 noon. week daya. Byrd St. Thrpugh.
4:00 P. M., week days. Byrd St. Vred
erabtirg aocommodatlort. _, _
6:08 P. M, dRlly, Maln St Through. .
6:25 P. M., weok daya. Elba. Aahlana _o?
commodatlon, _ . ? ?
8:06 P. M., dally, Byrd St. Through. ?
11:10 P. M? wook dayB. Elba. Aflhland wo.
commodatlon. ? .'?'???"'?''_ _
Tralna Arrlve RIohmond?Southward.
6:40 A. M,, weok daya. Elba. Ashland- AC*
commodatlon. ?'_'__<'__? __'i3
8:00 A M? dally, Byrd St Thr_a__?
8:26 A. M? weok days. Byrd St. Ft-a?
12:05 P, M.. week days. Byrd St Thrq-gm.
2:05 F. M., dally. Main St Throuf-,
3:00 P. M., weok days. Elba. Ashland ao
commodatlon, ? . :__
8:48 P. M., dally, Byrd St Thro-gh,
9:00 P. M.. dally. Byrd St'Thro-gh,
10:26 P. M., dally, Maln St. Through. Afl
11:00 P. M.. week daya. Elba. Ashland
l_'t40 P. M., week days. Byrd St T_roc__,
A'.l Pullman Cnrs.
12:25 A. M., dally, Maln St. Through.
Note?Pullman Sleeplng or Parlor Cara
on all tralna exceDt lornl a^ommodfttlons.
W. D. DUKB. C. W. CULP. "W. P. TATLOR,
Gen'l Man'r. Aes't Gen'l Man'r. Traf. Man'i \ i
AiR Line Railwav
TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND?DAIIiT,
10:28 P. M. Seaboard Florlda LImlted t?
2:16 P.M. Seaboard Mall to Savannah,
Jacksonvllle, Atlanta and Southwest.
12:32 A. M. Seaboard Exproas to Savan?
nah. Jacksonvllle, Atlanta and South
9-10 A. M. Local for Norlina rfnd Hamlet.
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND-DAXLT.
6:40 A.M., No. 34. from Florlda.
6:10 A. M. No. 50, from Florlda, Atlanta
and Southwest, ... .
4:55 P. M., No. 06, from Florlda, Atlanta
and Southweat. ? ? . :
6:45 P. M., from Norlina and locnl potnU.
CITY TICKET OFFICE,
'Phone 408. 1006 East Maln St
TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND DAILY
8:30 A. M. To all polnts South.
9:00 A. M. Petersburg and Norfolk.
12:20 Pv M. PetorBburg and N. .& W. Wesfc
3:00 P. M. Petersburg and Norfolk.
t4:10 P. M. Goldsboro Local. ?
5:50 P. M. Petersburg local.
6:56 P. M. To polnts South.
9:35 P. M. Petersburg and N. 4W, Weat,
11:80 P. M. Petersburg local.
tU:50 P. M. "Florlda Speolal."
TRAINS ARRrVB RICHMOND.
4:07 A. M., 16:40 A. M., 7:85 A. M., 18:41
A M., 11:10 A. M., 11:42 A. M., 2t00 P. Mj
6i60 P. M.. 7:45 P. M.. 8:50 P. M.
f Except Sunday. $ Excopt Monday.
C S. CAMPBELL, Dlv. Pass. Agt,
W. J. CRAIO. Geo. Pass. Agt.
LEAVE RICHMOND DAILY.
9:00 A. M? NORFOLK LIMITED, Aiy.
rlves Norfolk 11:20 A. M. Stops only ol
Ppterabunr. Wavorly and Suffolk.
??& A. M., CHIOAGO EXPRESS. Bu_e?
Parlor Car. Petersburg to Lynchburg and
Roanoke. Pullman Sleepere Roanoke to.
Columbus, Bluotleld to Clnclnnatl: ala_
Roanoke to Knoxvllle, and Knoxvlllo to
Phattanooga and Memphls,
12-20 P. M? ROANOKE EXPRESS fO?
Wrmvillo. Lynchburg and Roanoko,
3-00 P.k.. OCEAN SHORB LIMITED,
Arrfves Norfolk 5:20 F.,< M.Jttopa<m\___t
Petorsburg, Waver y and Burtolk. Connfot
wlth stoameru to Boston. Provldenoe. New
York. Baltlmoro ond WashlnKton,
U'G6-P. M., for Norfolk _nd all atatlon<
?n9^? pP0M.r.8bN_Sv ORLEANS SHOR
LINE. Pullman Sleeper, Richmond , tO>
Lynchburg, Petersburg to Roanokej
Lynchburg to Chattanoop. Memphls and
N^w Orleans. Cafe Dlnlng Car.
Tralns arrlve from the West 7i83 A M.
2 P M. and 8:56 P. M.; from Norfolk 11:11
A. M.. 11:42 A. M. and 6:50 P. M.
Offtce No. S38 East Maln Streot
W B. BEVILL, C. 11. BOSLEY.
Qen Pass, Agent. DIs. Pass. Agen^
RICHMOND AND PETERSBURG
Be&iiuiing Aprll lst, 1802,
Cars leaves corner Perry and Seventh
Rtr_et_ Moucheater. every hour (on Um
hourAom 6 A. M. to W P. U? l_?t cm
Up_rs leave Putursburc. foot at Syca
aiore Street, everj nour from 6_0 A U.
,U FRHOAY AND SUNDAY SPECIAli
CO CENTS-ROOND TRIP-60 CBNTB.,.
BM LINE To
Via C. & 0, Railway and
U. 8. MAILKOUTE.
Leavo Richmond vla Chesapeake and
CWilo Raiiway dally, wtcept Sunday. at i
P M., conueotln? &l Old Toiul wlth tom
Buperb steawors of tho Old my Ua*.
lsaviu- at 1:15 P. M., arrlvlu, Baltlmora
630 A. M., ln tluie to make jonnactlon
wlth all tralns North .East and \Vest
Bhort rall rlde ai?d all nlght on ona of th|
flnest ateainera ln Southern water. Rj
turnlng, arrlvo ltlchmond W A. M., OWX
For tlckets und general Infarroattos
aoidy at general offlcea Chaaapeak* an<
Ohlo Rallway, Richmond Transfar Cotm*
_a?v and 1C0Q y.*t .MaiA 8tr*?v i