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mcrninK wlll flnd tho roniUl flllc-d ns
?eidom hofore wlth n welcomlng hoBl
Of ?1| m*tm*r of floetMf" Cfflft,
fttUtr-Admlral tSperry reportsd the
WTIvaJ of hl* fleet nn,-, the welr-omlng
r . - noi
ei Any 'of
rtd Ih ftOl
' ? Virglnli
far nfr the
can -a-hr to the American naval forcei
in Cui.an watere durlng ih.*i Spanlsh
Atneric-in War. Although soldoin
"heurd frotn ln the fll?patch?? telltriK nt
ihe uplendkl necftnipllsluriPiifs nf tlie
tnnirie M-iiiHrtreno. tii6 PanUior In her
oivn aphere has dono as well as any
of the V48M1*.
Aiixlllnrlea Come In.
The colller a.i-.x alao came ln to-flay,
b late mesiftnger from tho fleet. Coi
llers linve no home other than tlie
tpsUOfs ocean, nnd so the black Ajax
flew tio homebound pennant to-day.
Thft Yankton slippod ln Il?t *v\Vdnes
<]?>*, with thp sentlmental streamer
notaMy absent from the a'tormast.
The Yankton wa? too buiy flghting
the tslorms of tho wlntry Atlantle at
uneo'ial ofldp to permlt of tho -wcldlng
topetfter of a pennnnt wlileh. 10 have
been appropriately long, would have
nl?--r 11 an the ' little vessel
nv a vorltahlc
heen longtr I
trea?uro ship. In her stronp; room to
nicht are golden eaglea, flouble '-nsles
. ? . mt of
IIOQ ? ? ? ? Ing ott the
offlce; ? ? of tn fleet upon
thelr arrival. The men ? ?? had
a pay day for Bolrte tlme, and the
Jh - - 01 American KOld In thelr pock?
ets m ,-i homo port wlll sound good
to lho bluojacketu,
Provlde for the Wldowa.
Tho navnl yacht Sylph, one of the.
vesseli placed at tho dlfiposni cf tho
of the ti ig of. 1
of the fleet, nll a
11 ln one-half of th
? - ibardlng
. lt le ualrt,
1 II bc
IO .:? I.
Plt.l-.'S CUItED :
' PAZQ OlNTMEh
i-.ii (? ?nv < aaa o( lt
|ng or Protrudlnc
ut jnoeev ii-furiUsJ,
. .-., to
It's tho truih that, we cut. these
Elcihty Suits--stronq ns oak,
warm 'nn flr.nnd they all look
spruce ? poplar styles ? no
chfistnuts??wero $2B, $28 nnrl
$30 (the $30 grades Just added)
at only $17.75.
Tf you read thison your way
to see thr> fleet, npeed in upon
Plenty of r-plr>ndid Overrjoats,
Trousers, Shlrts, Hats and Un
derwenr at coaxingly low
:rul?e, yAt the navy has demonstrnted
lt<- prowesl, just as lt hris iiupresped
ihe world wlth the power and fitiength
nf Ameriea's ftghtlng wlng. which
-eac.hes over the sea. The women who
Wftpt when they sald good-by are
radlant now. Somd of them tralled
tho ships from Trlnldad to Otbrnltar,
iii,I they havo hutrled liero to see the
flnal act. C'oming from every dlree
tlOn i,y every steamer nnd traln, they
flll the lintplR, monopollzlng them ?
properly so?wlillA only here nnd there
'.iu a m_n bc found. There ls n dnz
tllng array of colors nnd shapon. There
i. .! l :.,;: that tapet'a off tO niCKaphone
Ctroportlons; thero ls a gotjreous dls
pl_y ,>: thoie things fo dear io the
fftnilrilne heart, and which only a fe?
maie reporter can deiorlbe, 8o great,
Indeed, ls tlils exhlbltion ot the mllll
nor'e art that tho woman in sahle ls
swatlOwed up ln tho whlrlwlnd of
Beauty and tlio odor of many perfumes
which aro more seductlve than the
walvlng poppy fleld.
ln this inaelstrom of fashion the
plil tn the dlnilty frock attractg nn
Itlafiy pyes as the matron about whoso
?houlderi a fortune hangs.
Again the picture ls different from
that of tho ante-aaillng day, because
tho man ln goid buttona and brald
does not share tt. Therefore, let uf
rejoice that the glory gocs whero lt
belongs. Krom tho fort army ottlcers
:ume ln thls afternoon, and froni some
of tho mlnor vessels of the navy thn
leiser lights appeared ln uniform
Which was pleaeant to the eye.
Comes Into Hla Own.
But that enslgn, or midshipman. or
whatever you call him, is not here
yet in the freakish. dress which Uncle
!?am has decreOd he must wear?a
bob-talied arrangement which is about
as beautiful ns a bob-tailed flush.
Trup, a man need not i)? forced to
wenr that garb. Mo takea It by cholce
ln his early days, and he wiu be a
social Mon when he hops in it to
morrow niglit. But, as the wrlter h;is
endeavored to show, dresa ruts a
small tigure at Old Point to-nlght uii
I,-.-.-- th.e fijgure is terrlbiy large. So
there you are.
Arrayed like a blrd of parndise?
heforo we Jump tlie subject?tlie fem
lnlne multltude drifted easily to
President Roosevelt and Yachir from Which He Will Review Fleet
*"Wf I I IKW-fll ni ,n il || |
. THE SHIPS OF THE FLEET
Knnsns .. .
Vermnnt . .
l;.. i s
11. :i f* h
hnttleshlps. . .
Total number of men ln crews. 15.000
?Detaehed, ordered home and rellevcd by tlie YVIs
consln and Nebraska.
ITINERARY OF THE FLEET
Hampton Roads to Trlnldad. l.fl.io
Trltlldad tO Rto de Jnnetrn. 3,ino
T'io do Janelro to Ptinta Arenas. 2.223
Punta Arenas to Cnilno. 2,668
Cnllno to Mngdalena Bay. 8,108
Magdeleria Bay to Knn iiiego. *.tt
san I'lojju to Sah Fran'clsco. 461
San Prar.clfiCO to llonolulu. 2,10'?
llnnolulii to Aucklund. 3,860
Auckland to Sydney. 1,284
Svdnpv to Mclhonrne. ST.'>
Melhourne to Alhany. 1,850
Alhanv to Manllfl.-. 3,,100
MaullH to Yokohama. l.T.'.o
Yokohama to Amoy. 1,343
Atnoy to Manlla. 666
Manlla to Colomho. 2,946
Colombo to Aden. 3,l30
Adon to port Su.id. 1.397
I'ori Said to Oihraltar. 1.920
Gthraltar to Hampton Roa.18. 3.M.".
Total . 41,653
ia unfortunate because they cannot Joln
s-ne of tho many,speclal parties which
ivlll steam out toward tho capes.
One llreak of DUrlpllne.
In tho flutter attendant upon the big
ivent to-morrow, there ls just ono in
ildent whlch ls pathPtlc ln the midst
5f all thls whlrl. Comlng hack a pilfi
iner on tho Georgla, whlch he formerly
:ommanded, is Captaln Qualtrough,
;vho oversteppod the liniits In .liniug
it Tangier. and wlio was suspendPd
ind eet down many polnta He will
lave nn part In ti;.- festlvttlea. Hp wlll
remaln on hla ahip, there to fepi ih?
?emorse whlch comes to many who im
ilbe too freely.' Doubtless, this story
3f hls downfall ivlll soon be. floating
sverywhere ln a tomperance tract, yet,
n the main, the conduet of officers and
nen?15,000 Iti all?has won the com
nendation of the world. Qualtrough's
A-ns the only court-martlal wliicli waa
ivorth space In newspapers, whlch
tvere hungry for any goasip from the
ti .ii-h they were beaet by many
temjptatlons, tho mon magnlflcen.tly
tustalned the reptttatlon of the navy,
md few of tho enllsted men deserted,
even when they were beguilod by
j-elsha girls or tho fascinatlng little
ivomen of Japan. They stuck to tho
post of duty, each man l-.olng as proud
*if his part as if he deseryed tho pntire
?lory for the auccessful cruise. Wtjen
*>ne rememhers ihat 15,000 men trav
eled 43,000 mlles and kept ?1 it for
fourteen months wlthout breaklng
ranks or rules, ono gets a fine Idea
Of navy dtsclplln'e and Ihat s^nse of
rluty whlch has actuated nll. And tlils
greetlng whlch awalts them to-mor
rou- is not far dlfferent frcm the
greetlng they received In many lands
rind from many atrange and forelgn
tongues, They have como back, but
they aro ready to leave again <o
mprrow tf condltlons demahded It?
which, happlly, they do not.
Curryln-j; (or Crowd*.
lt har; b.-en a dlfflcull matter to I ike
care of the crowds to-day, and there
is no telllng what will happen when
they pllo in to-morrow, Several hun
dred vlsitors were turned aw ly. Belng
foollsh, they had como In the face oi
tho prl.nted statements thal no room:
were to be had, and they drlfted away
most of them golns to Norfolk, Thi
Chamberlln, tho storm centre hat3
moro than 1,000 for lunrheon Vt on(
tlme about 2"0 women wero lined ur
al the do".-, awaltlng thelr turn
whlch remlnded one of tho bread lln<
in New York or that llno which ?tnoi
around the Academy of Music not )on<
a;;o. whon it was hoised abr.oad tlia
Ihe Mayor had suppressed "The Blui
Mouso." with iho poaalb.lllty of a nigh
performapce by 'ho Injunctton route.
TWro jsn't standing room .it th(
Shorwood. two blO/Ckfl away. HamptOl
ls full, and so la Newpert News. Mos
?very body al the Ch'ambarljn .. fi
mil.- the fact which strlke yoii a
the moal Intorestlfig thlng to note
Very few. Rlohmond people* are here
lho majorlty r,f vlsitors belt*.g wives
moth'ers. slstere and sweethearts o
j the offloer.-. Tho rathers .ind brother
laufl sons stayed nt home evtdently,
j iilst. bpfoi-p dusk, when ihe wlnd
Shltted <o a Chlll, drlvlng tho crowd
tn, tho h'otels beoamei a aur'ging mas
of femlnlnity. Then uniii mldnlgli
, ti-o livlhs Plcturea were oonstanth
on the go. It was llke a haif-hearted
play?a play without Hamlet. but Ham
let has already slgnalpd that ho ls
with the fleet, and that he Is happy
on the way. To-morrow he eomes into
his own. (\
SPEMflf CLlli fiS
<<~nntinu?(1 From I'a^<- On*?Column 2.) _
ige -,\ .- sent through the
department, and later a thlrd dlrectly
from the Chamber of Commerce.
Aceeptnnce Cnuie f.nst Aight.
Shortly beforo 10 o'clock laat nlght,
the mesaage ot acceptanee, as given
above, was recelved by Mr. Dabney.
Tlie delay was proba'bly due to unfavor
off the Vlrgli
cers would b
Mr. Dabnev i
iltiohs, which neees
ing of all telegrafflti
a ls one of the very
red that the olTi
to accept tho ln
D. Wliflarris, of
nei ce, who is also
other members ot
been maklng ar
there will now be
no great amount of work to be done
to completp tl
made with th
Railway t,, iu
morning to bi
leave there as
traln due h
gi mi ?!! ? have been
? ipi il-.o and Ohlo
pi oial traln of two
m Old Point Tuesday
: the guests. It will
section of the regular
elock. This traln
will earry from Richmond a commlt?
tee appolntfvj by President Wiliiams to
do the honors on lts arrival at Old
Rolnt. Arrlvlng here the vlsltors will
met by another ar>d much larger
1 will be taken for an au
will be followt
to Old Point l
The time fo
yet been deflt
nll the mi'inl,
been declded u
main in the i I
for tho re
through the clty. Thls
'I by a lunchemi at the
The officers wiTl return
y special train to-mor
the luncheon lias not
itely choscn, nor have
ira of th* commlttees
ion. Many of those who
"mlnc; the exodus to
this mornlng will re
" to complote the plans
of the dlstlnguished
OFF FOR REVIEW
don, the Secretary of the Navy and
Mrs. Newberry, the Asslstanl; Secre?
tary of tli,- Navy and Mrs. ^atterlee,
Admlral and Mrs. Cow'les, Mr: anel Mrs.
i, I'uptatn Slms,
Captaln Bult and
Rnads to Wll
A. 3:30 o'<
| members of
tea of Cho
m i? odus of thousands
n to-da -? tor Hampton
ihe great naval page
amshlp Unea and the
taxed to their titmost
idling the vast brpwds,
mltteen on Dolphin.
it the Dolphin, with the
i Naval Affalrs Cominit
late and Houso ab'oard,
WILL WELCOME FLEET ONBEHALF OF VIRGINIA
I'LAUSUU' tUUMOUOHJ_ .ilAllil,
fcOl'EHAOU C. A. MVAA&UK.
left the Washington navy yard for
Hampton Roads. A party of more
than 100 members of Oongresg left
on the steame-r Washington. The Sec
.retary of Commorce an.l Labor and
Mrs. Rtratta, accompanled by Rear
Admlral Marix and others. left on the
light house tender Maple, while numer
ous other partles mare the trlp aboard
soeclally rhnrtered trains.
Rear-Admlral Plllsburg and hls as
slstants ln the Bureau-nf Navigatton
were at the N'a^yy Pepartment all day
rttcelvlng comrffunieatlons and sending
Inetructlons to Rear-Admlral Bperry.
Admlrnl Plilsbury sald that Admlral
Sperry had been dlrected to take the
f!"-* to the Pouthprn drill grounds,
th" Instructiorts belng so Indefinlte
that rfie commander was glven the
optlon of the exact stopping point
overnlglu. Admlral Pillsbury to-day
recelved "no message from Admlral
fiperry /Ivlng the posltlon of the
fleet. but the navigation officers be
lleve lt wiu atirhoj- wlthln stght of
the lights ot Cape Henry nnd Cape
i "? arles, andi regardlesa of tlie weath
ir. !??' al-!,- lo i;.'-t under ivav through
the capes without the atythtest delay.
Mny Rnlse the Mnlnr.
* N'E\V YORK, February 21.?John
Ariiuckle. who has been in charge ol
the attc-rnpts tn raiso the crulsei
Vankee off Spindle Rck, announcec
here to-day that he ls ln neprotlatton
with the government to ralse lh<'
Maine. sunk ln H.iv.ina harbor. He iv
ronfldent that tho battleshlp can. bc
lloated wlth onmparatlve ease, and ? if
wiillng tr> make the effort as roon a?
the pecessary permlsslon is given anc
tho apptopri.itlon made.
Funeral of Admlrnl Cotton.
NICE, February 21.?The funeral Fer
vi, i-3 to-day over the body of Reai
Admlral I fiarlea S. Cotton, Unitec
States Navy (rfetlred), who died or
Friday, were attettded bv the Amer?
ican and Rrltlsh donsuls, Rear-Admirali
Franklln J. Draku, Cnlted State;; Nav\
(retlred): Rear-Adtniral L. G, Boggs
United States Navy (retired; Admlta
Perry, of tho British navy; Major ant
Mrs,. Webster Iselin, and many othei
frlends of the lato admiral.
Japan In Frlendly,
LONDON, February 21.? The newlj
appointod Japanese amba,ssador t(
Great Britain, Count Takakira Kato
in an intervlew to-day, sald that h<
saw no reason why Japanese relatlom
wlth the Unlted States should not re
main excellent in the future, despltt
the loud talk of a emall excited sec.
"How hlghly wo priza the states
manliko and loyal policy of Presidem
j^qjoseyelt ln this connectlon," isald
tho ambassador, "lt ls hard to say
but_ speaking for my country, T cai
assuro you lhat nobody ever concetve?
such n mitil scheme as figlitlng wltl
the Unlled Statea"
ntirglnm Are Folled.
FLEMINGTON, N. ;t., Fenvuary 31.?
The First National Bank building a
Callfon. N. J,. near this place, was
Wrecked nnd the entire town tirouser
early to-day by an exploslon of riltro
glycerlne set off by burglars, who go
nothlng for thelr pnins. a rrowd n
citlzens reachlng tho seene before tbei
got the snfe's Inner dooj- open. Tb<
toivrlars llcd. leavlng tlieir tools be
Tlnindrr Storni ln T,y'?u-liliurar.
|r:nor|?i i? _jj4 Tlnies-OJupalcli.]
IiYNCHBURG, VA.. February 21.?
t.vnchburg e-.-perienced Ihe first tlinn
flo,- slorni of the year this nfternoon
The plieiiomenon wns Hccon-ipniiled b,v
an elPctrlenl dlsplay nnd llsrht raln.
Prescrijption For Stornach
Olgeats Any Meal In Five Mluules.
This stmplo but powerful preacrip
lon will enablo those wlth "ftnloky'
tomachs to eat what they please. whei
n,l wjiero they please, without an>
? ii'-t reaslng after effects. Says a notec
medical man; Alw&ya prescrlbe Uv
followlng for indigestlon, acute oi
chronlo nyapepaia, aour atomach, com
atipation', depretjsiOrV, languor, bluos
wind and gas on stornach and boweis
lieart pftlpltatlon and bljlousneaa. Tht
reaults are prompt nnd Insting fron
these hnrinless but powerfully 'hlender
eissonces, Take n six-ounce bottle nm
got tWO oinu'os syrup of gltiger, oni
ounce r.onipountl osaence cardtoi, auj
|two ounoes or osaence of pepa|n, mi>
ntut shaka wall; then take or.o or twc
te.ispooiifuU nl'ter each meal, 0n<
SPQOnfUl before eatlng will glve a goo,
uppetrte. One or tWO at retlrlng wll
rr-iieve constipation. Glve lt to childrat
who have stoniach-ache, bad breath oi
jbowei trouhio. lt may be laken freely
il"aufe e&Ui'ely iiarmluau, ,
D"Bni#?i%,'? wwte-v >**?>' "Sfln or('1''1' whlch nll women
V%I*<l 1^1 lIM I Mlv npproiKrh with drcad, for
?^JsW^WATIJLLX^Ui nothinffcornparesto the pain
?^ - - ^ ofchild-hirth. Ihe thought
Ih, EfiATlJ Dll of me sufTering in store for
J*A. FIU I jn D?JK herrobsthecxpectant mother
*-^" "^^ i?i*?m.*w 0f plcasant anticipations.
Thousands of women have found the use of Mother's Frlend rob.-?
confinement oF much pain and insures safcty to life of mother and
child. This liniment is a God-scnd to women at the critical time. Not
only docs Mother's Frland carry women safely through the perils oF
child-birth, hut it prlparcs \JLWf\r*EAW W^ |%W
the systcm for the coming
event, relieves "morning
sickness," and other dis
rnmFnrlc: Bold hy dragglata at |I .00.
THE BRADFIEU) REOULATOR CO.
News of the Southside'
Manchcster Bureau, Times-Dlspatch,
No. 1102 Hull Street.
It Is now freely stated on the atre.et
that Wlllla C. Pulllam, the laat repre
aentatlve In the Leglslature from thla
olty, wlll not stand for re-electlon.
Mr. rulllam has not stated that he
would not run for the office, but tlie
report emanates from frlenda of the
former representatlve. and can almost
he taken as authentlc. Ho wlll make
a statemcnt for publtcatlon ln a few
dayn. . l?*or two terms he haa ably re
presented thla clty and Powhatan
county, and if, aa report now haa lt,
he decldea not to run again, hlH retlre
mont will cause general regrct. Bev
eral have been mentloned for the offlcp,
but as yet there ia only one avuwed
candldate In the fleld, Carter Harrl
aoD, of Powhatan county, havlng open
ly announced himself an an asplrant
for tlie poaitlon. D. i_. Toney, a well
known buslneas man, and president of
tho Manchester and Cheatertleld Busi?
ness Men's Associatlon, is freely men
tloned for tho place. Mr. Toney haa
alrSdy aarvod three terms In the Leg
lalature from thls clty, and haa made
an cxeellent representatlve.
He at present refuaea to atate wheth?
er or not he wlll stand for election at
tho comlng primary. However, It Is an
assured fact that the two tnen wlll not
stand for tho offlce agalnst each other,
and the iight fo<r tho Leglalature frotn
this dlatrlot wiu be betw<-en the can?
dldate from thla r.lty and Mr. Harrlson.
Unllke several communltles, thia porr
tlon of the StaJe doea not belleve In
dlvldlng the honors; that ls, electlng
o representatlve from the clty one term
and followlng wlth a representatlve
from tho county. Tlie voters are placed
ln a rathpr embarrssalng- poaitlon.
however, Inasmuch aa all three of those
mentloned have already served In the
LPKlalstiire. Mr. Pulllam and Mr. Har?
rlson have each sexved two terms, and
Mr. Toney liaa served three from thls
dlstrlct. No one can at present say
jnst who wlll be the next candldate
from fhla dlstrlct. but It ls known that
the voter wlll not support a man who
has had no experlemre aealnst one that
"speaks the languAge of tho trlbe."
and w-ho Is In a positlon to do the
communlty the mo<st sjond. At present
I th? polttlcsl laltuatlnn Is qulte unr?f
t tled. hut a formnl annoimeemcnt or re
futml wlUrho mado hv ono or the other
Of those mentloned to-day.
Rev. J. ?-. MllP"*. who mr ealled to
Clonton Street Baptist Church ?ome
weeks flcro. was formerlv ln?talle.t >*
ngfltor oe that rhnr-oh vesferdav Rfter
nnon w'lth nr.propn-ti.tP ex?rcls??. ln
whlch a r>.imber of th? Manehesfor
r>fgy r>.Tirtlolpated. M-. Mlles recet-.-n,l
nnd aecepted the call eo>n? mont*-*
ago. and has been deliverlnsr sermons
in the church for -"m* tlme. but he
wa? not formally Installed ns pastor
unfll yesterday. Th* church was
naoked 1o 1ts eapsolty for tho occn
ston. there b=lnar man*." nref-ent besMo
?he resular congre^sMon. Those wlio
look part ln tbe exerc'^ea -n-ere- Prof.
Harrls. of Ttlcbmnid Colle^e- Ppv. 3
M Ttowl'in-1. of AVnst Flnd KetbOdlal
i-*nis,conni Church: Rev. T. t. if.iiey. of
Ptockton Piro'nt rtunlist Church, and
nev, .1 "W. Durham. r,r na Inhrldo-n.
Street. rtanli't Church. The cholr ren
dered pnectal music,
Mr. Thames In Tal*e rUnrgf.
Re?, n. TX Thsm?s. wlio was r,u*d
Wealberfnrrl Mernnrl.il BarH<? Church,
KwnnsborO, s->P'e weekl nrrn. wlll I.e fnrmel
Iv- Inslallrd aa pastor of ?ha( cbntrh pext
Pundav ?>.*??-rnnnn at .1 nVlnrk. Tha ?*?r
rlsea vrltj be r,.ndlirted hy the Ttec. W. n,
?r-mi'*. of r.rove Avenue Ttaptlpl Church;
llirhinnnO: Itev. .T. T. Mlles, nf Clopton
ctreet rhur-h: It?v. .r. w*. Dnrham. of
Balnbridre *"'r??r Ohnrrh. anrl T. W, rtoiv
?and, of W#"i rn" Methofllsl r'hurch.
WV1 lloner Vt"a?'iin(rt<in
To-rlnv wlll be nhserve.l as a holida-' bV
th? oosf-offlce, (he bnnks anrt the olty
'frices anrt p? mnnv Indlridual conepra.'.
The pfiat-ntflce wlll nnlv >.? open frnni t
untll 11 o'clock. anil nne rlellverv ?n' "n?
collectlon of m*ll s?tll he ma^e. Tlie
FChoola Wlll bn rlnse.l, an<I msnv of (he ?.,i
rients will go llM-n lo vlew the InComlllJt
of the fleet. Several other nartles havr
l.een arrancrl t? Cn tn r>lrt fntnl, amonj;
ilf-m h. party frn-n thn r.lk^ Home. inelurl.
Ins; Georora El. Ga-ry. J. M. Graves, J. Z
-Walker and T,. M. I.unbergr. Many othcra
wlll go- doivn.
The u?ual twiee a month rcrepllnn will
he hfld n? Ihp Elk?' Home tn-rnorrnw af
(ernonn frr.m 4 untll 7 n'clorlj. Those tn
the rncelvlnar llne will be: Mrs. J. M.
Oraves, Mra. John Z. Walker. Mrs. J. F.
DuVttl ana Mlsa Susie Fampr.nn.
I'ereonula aud Brlefs,
Chester-flelrt County Court Wlll adjoum
rontrarv to repirl, there wlll be nn meei
inp of tlie Board of Aldermen Tueadav
A sncia-ble wlll he held at the home of
Mrs. M. 7,. "PcrelvAl ThursOay nlRht for
tho benefjt of Balnbrldcn Street Baptlat
r*hnrrh. A muslcal program Wlll be ren
derod and a sllver offerlttK wlll be taken
at tbe door.
Th" Brntherh.nd nf Rallwav Trainmen
met last nlisht .it Kraternal riall
An oyster supper wlll be held at the
Iiafayette House to-nluht for Ihe henpfil
or fowardln Avenue Chrlstian r-hurrh.
Tlm members rf I.lrklna- Creek Itmidnc
?rd Fl^hlnsr rlub wlll follow the hnunds
aealn thls mornliitr. The pack, numbei-lm;
fhtriy. wlll he east near Stop 12 on Ihe
reterebu-sr eleolrlo llne. nnd ueaily a half
Korecnsti Virglnla?Partly clondy
lloiulnj-j pnanlbly mliowors ln the morn
Ine ln sinil Ii.-hmi imrllnn; Tucadny iii
creaaiagN^Iou'lluesa* rnln lu ufternOun
or nlglil) vtirinlile wluds, liccomluif
euxt nud nioilcriilc.
,\orlh Ciiroliiui?Palr Monday; pre
coded by hliow.-rs iu enst poi'tloni inln
Tuesduy or Tueriday i>ij;litj moderuto
wlndh, niOHtly SoutllWCSi.
( OMIITKIA'S VIOSTKUU.VV.
Richmond'a weather was warm, with
thunder storinti. Thormometer at mid
CONDITIO.VS I\ IMPORTANT ClTlKS.
(At 8 P. M.. Eastern Stahdard Tlme.)
Plaee. Ther. H.T. Weather.
A?hevl|le . 51
Buffalo . 34
Chlcago ? - -. ?*"'
Olnclnnatl . 50
Hatteras . 58
.Tacksonvllle .... fi?
Kansns Clty. 5ft
New Orleans.... 7"
Oklahoma Clty. . M
Ttalelgh . ??
Tampa . l'n
Waslilngton .... 44
Wtlmlngton - 40
February 83. tH09.
gu? rl'-es.8;53 1-flC'HTiDE,
Sun Beta..5:85 RtOrnlng.ftltS
J_iio&A *bU,,...?.-IH Bvouinii^c. ...0,t')
Iiunrlrerl will rMe ln th? rh?*?,
Roexy ni.iim ceunell, Junlor ord?r ot
t!nn<-<-i Anuriesn Medhsnlcs, will me<?t tu
nlphi st Fratcrnal II".!',
Matter Charlei Walke eonttnuei qusta
?ick at thi home nf hia frandtaothtr,
Mr. nnd Mis, A. D, ShotWell und ilRiighter
l?fi Inat nlght for * vlalt of itime ntunln_
to Southern polnts,
Mlaa Marale n!<'hitrdsnn returned to lief
l'tmi In W??t PMrit jpaiorlny.
Mlaa Annlo ;.m Blarld left yes'erday fmr
hor bome n?-.ir W*?t I'olnt.
Trlbatea to Senatora \in-,,n and im.
Iincr nnd ICii>r,?,ii i.,ti\ ?? Wlley.
?WASHINGTON, D, C, February u -.
Senator William Boyd Alllson. nf Iowa,
and Asbury Churchwell Eatlmer, of
South Carollna. flnd Ropresentatlvu
ArlOStO Wlley, of Alnbama, were
euloglzed in a apcclai nesslon of tha
House Of Represent.it Ives to-day, Xhera
were thlrty-flve speakeis.
Speaker Cannon, Who does not usual?
ly appear ln the House when eulOgli i
are belng dellvercd, spoke to-day on
the dlstliigulshed Senator from Iowa,
Iftylng that he did DOI want to let tho
opportunlty pa?B to say a word abune
hlm. Dufing the All 1 son lulogles, Mr.
Smith, of Iowa, preslded; for those de?
llvered on Senator Eatimur, Ropi, ien?
tutlve Johnson, of South Carollna. oi -
cupled the chalr. and for those on
Representatlve Wlley, Mr. Claytoit, of
High trlbute was pald to Benator
Alllson, bolh as a eoldler and nr ,k
leglslator. It waa sald that lt was
doubtful If the natlon during hls time
! had produced hls auperlor. He bpR.ut
ln early youth, it was stated, to store
up useful knowledge, and hls braln was
j a vast RtorehOUlO ot Inforrnation.
Speaker Cannon sald that few were
i as well equlpped as leglslators as Waa
j Senator Alllson. lie brought comiuon
sense into the leglslatlon, and did more
servlce to the countiy than perhapa
any other man In the House or Senate,
1 He sald: "Ho rarely wore the lloi i
skln, but at tlmea he could dernonstrut.j
that he had the red corpuscles ln hn
body.'' Continulng, hn said that Repre?
sentatlve Charnp Clark's wordu were
well ChOSOn wh?n he sald. -'Iowa will
be fortunate lf she can be aa well r<"p
resentc-d in the Si n tti i he was when
Senator Alllson was the ?
Other* who spoke on Senator Aiiison
were Representai res Dawab i ns,
Hepburn. Hull, birdsal], Smith. Conner.
Hubbard and Mamtlton. al! : I
and Champ Clark of Mlssouri.
Thosa euloglalng SenatOl Lmimer
were Rspresentativei Ftnley, 3o\
?nd Eever, all of South Carolina, and
Bennett, ot New fOrlc
Representatlve Wlley was eulogized
by RepreKentativ-'-.s Cnderwpod, '..,.
Rlchardson. Burnett. Heflln. C ? g
HobsOti and Clay ton. of Alabama: Gor
Idon, of T- nt,*:->.-,-. I'ark-:'. . : : - -
sey; Holli'fay oi Indlsna iiuii. ,,f
Iowa; Denby, ot Mlchtgun. Wllllami >.
I Mlsilsalppt; Elevens, of Minnesota;
Cooper, bf Tt^as, and Sherwoo.). ?t
T? Reeelve ti?- Budgei.
For the speclflu purpose ol recelt :
and t&bllng the ahhual budget, tha
Common COuncll his been i,ii..-,j to
meet next Thursday iilgbt at s o'clock.
As no action ran !"? taken on the
budget at thls m/etmg. lt |.-; prOl
that under a tUSp*nslon of the
tht) award of the new flume contract
will be taken up.
I.ouU T. ftavrllnga,
A tolegram recelved laat nis?ht lv
Captaln Frank Cunningham. notlfle'd
hlm of the death In Wilson, N. C, yes?
terday morntng of Louis T. Rawllngs,
formerly a well known real estate man
j of thls city. The inessage was sent
1 by a brothor, E. T. Rawllngs,
A son. Malcom Rawllngs, llvfta InNor*
| f<Mk Hla wlfe, who was Mlus Jellts
Scott, of thls city. died hero several
years ago. Mr. Rawllngs was a mem?
ber of the real estate firm of Rawllnfi i
& Rose. and was st one time promlnent
in tho social and business life of Rich?
mond. Mr. Rawlinga while in Rich?
mond Waa a member of st. John's
Rodge, No. S8, A. F. & A. M, which
lodge will no doubt he requested. to
conduct the funeral servlces. The bodv
will arrlve here to-dav and the funeral
will take place Tuesday.
JPeyton tl. Wnlden.
Peyton R. Walden. aged seventy-aix
years. died at hls rasldence, -Mi Eaat
Clay Street. last tilgiu at 11:10 o'clock.
He ls SUrvlved by hls v.-lfe, three r-oiis
and one dajgbt?f. Funeral an _n_0 ?
menta hsve not been completed,
George t_ MoLcllanil,
George E. Mrl.ellanri, fiftv-two* vears
old, of 812 North Twenty-fourth Street.
died in his resldenco ypsterdav. The
funeral -will take place to-morrow af?
ternoon at <l o'clock.
tKneflal to Thn Times-nispatrh. 1
MEHERRIN. VA.. February 21.?
Houston Forbes, tlie len-months-old
chlld of Dr. and Mrs. H. O. Forbes. dle-1
here yesterday mornlng at 7 o'clock.
Tho llttle follow has been critlcally ill
for several days. The interment was
at the PresbytOrtan Church here yeo
terdoy afternoon at ?! o'rlork. ?
Mei.Ei.uANP.?Pied. Fobruary 8.1, 190D,
ht hls rosidenco. 712 North Twentv
fourlh Street. GEORGE R. McLEE
UNO. aged fifty-two years.
Funeral from abnve regldonce
TUESDAY, February 23d, at 4 o'clock
P. M. Frlends and acquaintnnces are
invtted to attend.
HFSTON.?Entered into rest, at 2:20 P.
M.. February ia, 1909, JOHN BA_
DRRSTON HESTON, of ?F>? Enst
Penn Street, Gf-rinautown, Pa. He
leaves a wlfe (formerly Sara W. Hes
ton, of Richmond, Va 1. aud three
dtiugbiers?Mnry B., Virginia 0. and
Funeral servlces wltl be at hls Inta
resldenee THIS (Monday) AFTEIV.
NOON at 2 o'CTock.
COTTREI,!..- -Funeral of the late
GEORGE W, r'OTTru-.l.T,. of petern
burA. will taka place from Seoond
Baptist Church, al ?, o'clock THtS
IMondayi AFTERNOON. Fehruary 23
Frlends of the famlly lnvlted,
WALDEN_Dled, at hls rpsidence, 214
East Clay Street, last night, at 11:30
o'clock, ln Ihe soceiily-slNth vcar
of hls' nge, PEYTON It. WALDEN.
Funeral' notlee later.
Only Ono "BROMO ?UIN1NE." that Is
Laxative fj^onjo Quinino
Curcsa Coldin One Day, CrlpTn 2 Days