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P. H. Drcwry Becomes Presi?
TO NAME CONVENTION DATE j
Democratic City Central Com?
mittee Soon Will Merit?Other
The Times-Dispatch bureau. |
? Dolllngbrook -Street,
PctcrsbutVa., April Z I.
At the annual nieetli a <>' lliePctets
burg Club li"i>l last u,rhi In thu clui>
rooms on West Tabb Street, oftteci 1
tor tho year were elected ui follow*:
President, P. H. Drewry; Vice-Presi?
dent, A. K. Davis; Secretary and
Treasurer. W. W. Towncs. The hoard
of directors la composed of these of?
ficers, and Jos. w Howard, Chas K.
Plummer, IS. A. Patterson, hold overs,
and John .1. Jolly. Jos. p. Prince, It- j
Holling Wlllcdx, M. C. Jackson and]
In. Moyiar PCI Id. new members. A
snioltcr was given otter the business
meeting, and a pleasant social even?
ing was passed.
DlnMltlrile Democratic Convention.
Tho Dinwlddie Democratic Conven?
tion to elect delegates to the State
convention in Norfolk will meet at
tho County Courthouse on Monday at
12 o'clock. Delegates to this conven?
tion were elected to-day in the vari?
ous districts. The county is entitled
to seven delegates in the State don
vcntlon. und while sentiment seems to
favor M.rmon for President, it is be?
lieved the delegation to Norfolk will
At the meeting to-day at the New
Hope precinct. A. Watklna presided,
tend S. T. (Jcrow acted as secretary,
C. K. Smith ani J. W Old were clecl< i
delegates to the county convention.;
Democratic City Convention. I
A meeting of the Democratic City |
Central Committee will b< h-Md the
latter part of next week, to name the
date for holding a city convention,
which Will* elect ntoe delegates to
the State convention at Norfolk.
Ward meetings will ho called to
choose delegates to the city conven?
tion the evening bofort the meeting
of that body. These meeting?, win b.
more largely attended than usual, for
the reason that the supporters bf
Wood row Wilson desire to send an
Instructed ' delegation to Norfolk,
while many Democrats oppose in
etructlon?. Thin may bring about the
offering of t-*o set- of delegates to1
be voted fur It\ each ward.
Heath of < beaterfleldlan.
William, V. Lundec, a well-known and I
respected clllsen of Chesterfield count! . j
died last night at his home, about three!
miles from Petersburg. He sustained
a stroke of paralysis laal September. ?
nnd had since frfn practically-an In-I
valid. Mr. bundle w.s tifty-elghi years]
old. and 1m survived by his wife and !
five children lie also leaves three I
brothers and a sitter?D. A. Lundle, of
Greensboro, C . B. D. and c:. K bun
?IIJf. of ?""heriterne'.d. and Mrs. M. U
Darden, of Rlehmond.
Death of Mrs. Pbllllps.
Mrs. Jessie Pago Phillips, daughter i
of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. UolRseau. ?
died last night at the home of her sis- j
t-r. Mr?. I. R. Northlngion, on North
Svr.-emore Street, aged forty-fo>;r years.
Sh> Is aurvived by two sisters. Mrs
Northlngurit. of this city, and Mrs.
Pearl McAllister, of Norfolk.
Applications for Licenses.
Judge Mullen, of the Hustings Court,
v.-ill devote Monday ajid Tuesday to the
hoarlng and granting of a.ppllcat|one
for liquor licenses! for the year begin*
nlng May l. There are about forty
liquor dealers In Petersburg, and the I
license ta.1 Is not changed bythe new j
ordinance. It. la not known whether j
there will be objection to renewing the
license of any dealer
Fire tn Prince? George.
The residence or Philip Pott, on the
?lver Road. In Prlne-i George, was de?
stroyed by fire yesterday morning
about 8 o'clock. The Are la suppesed
to have caught from a defective Hue
Most of the furniture was saved, hut
the loss on the dwMltng Is about $2,000,
?with only partial Insurance.
Tho stable building belonging to Cup
tain N. T. Patteson, In the rear of his
residence on Union Street, was partially
burned last night. The building was
not In Iis? except for storage purposes,
and Its contents wore considerably
; "f^?i lel acie? ?r ptbs bother,
you. '/.Wb^vAey'. come to 'yoii; tetidl
them. aw*y forevct. . You can doit by Using
. Waiter's Saf e Remedies
?The uejrt time rheumatism attacks yon
use Warn?1?. ,Or*e tried, you wittocm
be without it ' ; f"? "
Ask'your dTU0giir*~Ke knows.
Cut from ?bii ?xjven?etae?t the piaursel ta?
rernrtfr you need ?od tend tt t6 ut lot free tot
pocisge. Write Dime and addreu plainly.
WoHier't Saft Cook Bock. vAtS ovfr ffl?0
TtdsnJ. will 6e KJit immediately u? rmtif*
from i/ou a Trndeynark entjmtn aduai
package and is two-cent ?fawi>*
'damaged. Tiio origin of -he fire :s not
It n own.
I'erMAOHl nml (Irnrral,
? Thr Rev. Father O'Farrell. of St. Jo
. seph's Church, liu.s gone to Wilmington, j
N. C to assist in the dedication to
ni6rrow of the new Catholic cathedral
there. Bishop O'Cohnell, of Richmond, I
passed through here to Wilmington I
tills morning, and Cardinal Gibbous 1
will also bo there'. ,
Among the visitors to the city to-day i
were Pat Thonnt;-, Sheriff J. W.'GalU-l
tha, John 11 arg rave, Constable H. A. j
Ghuppell and Magistrat.; Abner Wat
kins, of Dlnwlddle, and Senator A. R. I
llobbs and Deputy Sheriff George A. j
B ilsscau, of Prince. George
The trial of the fam mis dog case. In j
which m prominent merchant of this
city Is tha defendant, which w as set j
for tills afternoon bufore Justice t?l- j
innnfon. of Chesterfield county, was;
postponed until next Tuesday.
Mrs. James Kaln, Jr., who has been '
ill .at the Stratford Hotel, has been '
removed to the hospital for a surgical
In tils address- to tli<^ colored people i
at tli.- oak Street a M. k. Zlon Church
to-morrow afternoon, Governor Mann;
will be Introduced by president J. H. j
Johnston, of the Virginia Normal and '
Industrial Institute. A special pro-.'
gram Ol exorcises has been arranged
in honor of the Onurnir.
The funeral of T. J. Jefferson. Jr.. ,
of this clis. who died suddenly in j
H-a'imont. Tex., on April "2, while on I
a business trip, took plac. this after- ,
noon from the residence of p. s. Push.'
??n South Sycamore Street.
The Hi. Rev. A- K. Lloyd, D. pres. i
blent of the Hoar,) of Missions of the)
Rpltcppal Cntircb, will preach at the,
morning service at St. Paul's Church
C. II. Burgess, a riiii*,, of Victoria,
d|e<i yesterday at that place He was
a niemher of the nrd"-." of Woodmen of!
the World. I
John V> TVatklns. subtrusteo, has
s>ol?l to Michael Berlin tne lot at th* ]
corner of Hyc?ni?re and Oak Streets
Denfh of Petersburger.
Information has b*en received or |
the death of Mrs. Carrie Perktneon I
Smith, wife .,f Captain William Mack j
Smith, which oc,-urred very suddenly
several days aco at her home in Char-.
lotte. N C. Sh< had been waiting on,
her ill husband, and. turning away to (
leave him for a moment, the fell to (
the noor. stricken with apoplexy and!
exp'red. Mrs. Smith was f'ftr-slx
years old. was horn and reared in |
Petersburg. ,VBB the daughter of the |
late Daniel E. Perklr.ron. a prominent
merchant, of this city, and lea res many |
friends here. She leaves three chll- ?
dren. Two brothers. Daniel and Wil?
liam Perklnson. live in Washington,
and a FiMer. Mrs Elizabeth Lee. of
Pelham. N. C all natives of Peters?
.Jefferson Ttotel Arrivals.
F. ?. Biixton. New Ycrk; H. G Miller.
Nerr York; Jtohit Ce.pelavd. TVnnsy'.vanla:
y. J. Qulnhy, N>tt Tork. F F. Searr. Boa
ton: Charles TC Murrin- TVcatur, IIb!
O'ers* .1 Manton and wife. New York: A
Handley and wife. Nashville, Tenn . J.i/rob
E>i?? and ^fe. Philadelphia; Dean Park
and wife, Pasalac, N. Y.. I! R. Seymour,
?"ti Ka.ro: ,t. AVi?n Wheat, f'.aunM:!. Ya..:
?T. H. CriH. Philadelphia. II. Ajrchard, At?
lanta. ?*.: J. p. Williams. Baltimore: P.
A. l.a upborne and wife, t.yncnbura;; J. \.
Mund." and wife. Virgin!*; i;. O." Wriajht
and tvlf.-. Adrian. Mich. W. Cement and
"If-, \d-ian. Mien.: H. F'nn??;,ir.. r>. H.
the " Wright" store for
men, young men and boys
Wc spare no little pain? in the selection of our
stocks. \Vc .-tudy and know the ranis of our cus?
The quality of material and the exclusive "Wright"
=tylcs, together with the courteous treatment accorded
all of our patrons, lend to make this store the "Men's
and Boys' Store of all Richmond."
Nobby Suits for
Men and Young Men
A large assortment of
materials; all the wanted
pattern* and style;. Gar?
ments guaranteed all wool
fabric-. The "Wright"
Suits at "Wright" prirr-F,
$15 to S3d
With every "Wright"
quality and pattern. Gar?
ments rarefttllv tailored.
The "Wright*' Suit gives
the right service at
the "Wright" price
Horace S. Wright Co., Inc.
'Wright's Comer" First and Broad
Summer in the Beautiful Sapphire Country
THE LAND OP TOE SKY.
Streams are teeming with fighting fish?rainbow trout?speckled trout?
genuine brook trout?nttlr.k. strong, gamey fellows that give you a
rounine battle and make you roalr I?? that you've had fnn.
J.nko leSlrfleld, surrounded by mountains from 3.000 to 4,000 tfeet high, ts
fBmatohed for natural beauty. An Ideal spot for your summor outing,
our miles shore line. Boating. Tlathlng. Horseback Riding. Tennis,
owllng. Panclng. Orohestrs,
HOTEL NOW OPEN?Accommodation* modern in every respect. Cuisine
and sirvlco flrst-class. Rates moderate.
PRIVATE TRbEOltAPn WIRE DtHP.CT TO HOTEL. ffreclal rates for
June and September. For detailed Information, apply to any ttcket agent
of the Southern Railway, or write direct to
H. II. ROBERTSON. PROPRIETOR. EAUtpiELD INK. SAPPHIRE, W. C.
, Haven*. n?n Hoitnb?r-. U. T. Rtscy, Sew
; York; J. f> Miller, !.ou!srillc. Ky.: A. ?
i ''oh-ii sn-i \?lf<-. New 1'nrk; t.'. D. Timber
! Isk'.-. Hartford; .1 A. Holmes, Massachu
i aetts: V. C. Rckfleldt and wife. I'hlladet
i phis: If. Anderson, Philadelphia; .Tames I...
Hamilton, l.nl(ewood. N. J.: William It.
Tfutle- and ??ife. Camden. V. J.: J. 3. |
riloop. Chleaco; .). P. Prlnley. Chicago: A. I
\v. Xabrlnskle and wife, pialnfleld, n. j.;
K. n <:r.y. Mlsa Nellj Miss Henry, -or.
WITH BRIM CARGO
(Continued From First Page.)
tnati(,n given him by the Wh'ito Star
and press dispatches to rely on. young j
Astor to-nlghl raged against the lack |
Kvery one he encountered was met
with the same demand, "Have you .
heard any news?"
Nicholas Blddle and Astor's valet en
deavored to assure him that there was j
no question but that his father's body 1
had been found and Identified, but they '
COUld not diele?! his doubts. The young
man. In Iii? grief-stricken condition. In- j
slste.i '"There may have been a mls
uke in Identification."
Throughout t'n?- bmg day's ride the j
Idea of speed became an obsession with i
him. When a broken rail held up his
i rain for a few moments late this af?
ternoon. h>- threw . pen the window of
the stateroom In his private car. where
he hud locked himself, thrust out his
I h-igfi^rd far." and cried:
"What's tha mutter now? Why can't
Hoth Blddle and the valet were anx?
ious to-night about Ute young man's
oonditlon, but they could not quiet
I "We hive no news.'' said Blddle. "We
can get nothincr definite from any
\vheres Are you sure the Mackay-Ben
nett will not dock until Monday? We
have not Imard from fa.pta.ln Robert.?,
who is acting for the Astor family at
Halifax. We are exceedingly anxious
for any news. We hnve heard nothing
? Inoo wa left New York."
Astor would not talk. although at
various stops on the trip he dashed to
telegraph offices to send many mes?
sages, seamlngly unwilling to trust
them to his valet. No plans f?r taking
care of Colonel Astor's body at Hal
fax had been formulated to-night.
"Wf don't know what we will do
with the body yet," said Blddle to?
night. "We won't be able to tell until
we get there, see the hody and find out
what condition" are up there. We will
probably take It to New York by spe?
CULT LEADER ARRESTED
Serious Chnrgea \pnlnst Head of New
(Special to 'ISie Times-Dispatch.]
Chicago. April 27.?Rev. Frank de
troth, organizer and founder o; a new
religious cult. |was arrested to-day
and will bo held while the police
investigate charges which they say
are more revolting than ar.> of the
many cult casos that have caused no
lice " activity.
Mistake of Captain to Rush at
Top Speed Through
SHIP'S POSITION MISSTATED
Error in Reckoning Keeps Other
Vessels From Reaching '
Scene of Wreck.
(By Associated l'r'?s i
WashlnK'on. April 27.?Failure to
give her exact position, u ?real Held of
Heating Ice that offered a well nigh
Impossible barrier to thlps hurrying
to tl?' rescue, and the mistake of hot
own captain In rushing at to;i speed
through an lee-covered sea?all these
combined to send the Titanic and be-.
1,64."i victims to their graves In the
North Atlantic. This was strongly
Indicated to-day in testimony before
the siriiV committee Investigating the.
I ocean tragedy.
Captain James H. Moore, of the
steamer Mount Tempi", which was
hurried to the Titanic In response to
wlrrless callB for help, told of the
great stretch of Held 'cc which held
'him off. Within his view from the
bridge he discerned, lie Bllld. another
I strange seariier, probably a " tramp. '
land n schooner which was making her
? way out of the lee. The lights of
this schooner, he thought, probably
i wcro those seen by the anxious sur-|
Ivlvors of tbo Titanic and which they]
: were frantically trying bo reach.
1 Captain Moore denounced as "mostl
unwlso" ahe action .if the Tltanlc's
I commander In rushlnc twenty-one
'knots through tho night, when ho had
'been advised of tho prox'mlty of lee.
I The Mount Tetnple-s commander tes?
tified that he hud sper; twenty-seven
j ears in the North Atlantic. \Vhet?
OYer ice via around, he said. he|
doubled his watch and reduced speed,
and If he happened tn ^-yt c.-.iiKht In
an lee pack, he stopped his engines
and drifted until he Was clear.
The witness also wtfs emphatic In
his declaration that ih< position sent
| out by tho Titanic was wrong. He
said the ship was eight miles further
i astwurd than its operators reported.
This, he declared, he proved by oil?
s' rvattons taken the nrst tiling on the
day following the disaster.
With what virtually was n fleet of
steamers within a radius of fifty
! miles of the Titanic. th? oflleo said
' that this mistake In fixing accurately
trie position of the doomed Bhlp was
a fatal one. With Icebergs and float?
ing ico covering the northern sea. a
1 ship of even the size ,,f the Titanic
might well have falle?! to get through,
lsmny Is Cheered.
i J. Bruce Isrnay. managing dlreetoi
I of the tntornattonal Mcrcantllo Marine
Company, was niueli cheered by the I
I testimony of thts afternoon, Thorough
out th?, wetk he has had a troubled
look, and during the long daily ses?
sions he has sat silent, seldom speak?
ing to his associates who accompanied
him. To-day, however. he llstcm-d
eagerly to the accounts of his con
flue at the lifeboats as told by the
stewards and seamen who came in
contact nlth him the night .if the dis?
aster. Ills eyes fairly beamed when
Steward Crawford todd how he had
called for women to go in one of the
J boats and had said to a woman who
j told him sh" was a. stewardess, Toil
aro a woman, take your place In the
Isrnay listened intently, too, "as
?.1W?rd. H/:e"' test.lied tha.t he had
, lh" "MP u,"n **19T all the
large lifeboats had gone and only one
or two collapsible boats were left on
deck. Bright had seen Ismav working
with the others on the starboard col
iHpsiblo boat, tho la.st to leave the
ship from that side. Hright. who
?",Jn" vcr>' lasl boat- the port
collapsible said he knew Ismav had
not left the ship until just before tha
port collapsible was lowered Into the
water In time to get only 100 yards
?rom the Titanic before sho went
Atter the session was over, the cor?
ridor <n the Senate oflleo, building nea.
the committee, room was crowded
with enx-lous sailors of the Titan!.-,
vho have been at the call oj the com?
mittee, since the rescue ship Carpathta
brought them to New York. They
were a nervous lot. Tn fact, they were '
broke Not being permitted to leave,
they faced the prospect of a Saturday :
night and Sunday without funds. Most
of them were desirous of sending word
home- Mr. Ismav knew of their cir?
cumstances, and asked Senator Sm'th
tf something could not be done for
They are cutliled to J j a. day in
witness fees and expenses, but no
preparation had Iren made to nay
them until \liev are released.
"If it ii too late to t?l moey fo- the
Condensed Statement of Richmond Banks, April 18, 1912.
Compiled l?T VT. P. SHELTOK, Assistant Cnslilcr FlrM Nntlonnl llnnk.
First National Rank. 90,074330 41
Nntlonnl Hank nf Virginia. 7,5311.017 IS
Merchants' National Hank. 0,1211,209 7t
Planters- Nntlonnl Hank. 6,749,138 3t
American National tlnnk. 8,300,030 11
National State and City Hank. 5,6S0310 2."
Vlrglnln Tru't Company. 2,0*11,223 21
l'nlon llnnk . 3,013,570 SM
Savings Bank . 1.7">. 12* :t"
flriM.it Street flunk. 1,087.088
Rank of Co mine roe nnd Trusts. 1,437,747 o*
I onimoniif nlth Hank . 1,035,306 H
Meehnnles' nnd Mcrchanti* Bank. 7SS3S0 n:
Central Nntlonnl Bank. ?P2,r>33 5)
Richmond Hank und Trnst Company. 510,380 n
Manchester National Bank. ^433.708. .V
tinin Street nntik. 452,218 .:
West Fnd Hank. 170,007 2'
. II. Exchange.
2,018324 - ?
?-?no, 117 55
?S 173,810 10
Li tniL [TIES,
Cnpitnl. nnd Proflts.C
Ural Xallonnl Rank.01.000,000 00 91,382,008 37
Nnllonal Bank of Virginia. 1,300,000 00 763,057 32
Merchants' National Bank. 300,000 00 1,170,313 34
Plnnters* Nntlonnl Bank. 300.000 OO 1,447,550 51
Amcrlrnn National Bank. 1,000,000 00 ilSS.tWU Ol
National Slate and City Bank.... l.OOO.ooo oo 7S6.S33 no
Vlrglnln Trust ComPnnr. 1,000.000 00 128,307 58
tnlon Hank . 210.730 00 3O7;901 22
Snvliig? Bank . 200,000 00 230,462 81
Broad Street Bank. 200,000 00 12S.S51 Ol
Hank of Commerce and Trusts.. 350,000 00 123,313 2N
Commonwealth Bank . 300,000 00 32,00310
.Mechanics* and Merchants' Bank, 1OO.00O 00 113,082 02
Central National Bnnk. 230,000 00 31,ll3n 01
Richmond Rank and Trum Cn>... 211.177 30 7,807 IS
Manchester National Bank. 100.000 00 .5378 61
Main Street Bank. 100,100 no 20,027 ?6
WKt En? Bank. 25,000 00 20342 00
I 00,0011 (Ml
. 220,477 7S
Bond Other Totnl
Account. Liabilities. Liabilities.
9685,400 . 913,203,31084
:t5o,noo . o,32o,244 23
. S.SO 1.71)5 75
. 8,200,113 ?7
. 7,416,208 06
P 100,000 0,002,088 00
. 2,375,770 Ol
. 2.0S0,107 03
35,000 1.010,221 20
. 1,1171,081 85
114,500 1,085337 20
. stMI,707 08
. 857334 26
. 502.073 so
00,000 (?.-.,831 3?
10,000 177,1143 81
...... 183,270 81
... ,97,746,027 50 97.628,254 ?H93.3n3.MI7 50 947,200,176 05 91,102,406 9310,500 907,483.356 S3
?allormcn." Mr. latnay U?c-ared. "I can see
that It Is advanced.**
Final)]- Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms Cor?
nelius tound a way to elteer the hearts of
? he sailors, and they were escorted to tiv
Capitol In a body snd advanced nioney. TM? i
tn.ult them a happy lot.
r. A. Franklin, vlce-preiddent or th?
International Mercanttla Mw:ne Company. I
left for New York la.t? In the a^Jernoon to I
return Monday. Mr. tamay did not leave, j
though Senator Sttilth told Mm he 'vas frtfe I
to go anywhore lie pleased, provided he re- |
ported to Washington Monday momlns.
"I an. not going to N'aw York." Mr. lunar
?aid to-night. " but I am going to rent to- I
morrow. I'm not K?lns to tell you where. I
but I will be li< re Monday morning."
**\. committee has not yet .released any j
ofXie Uritish members :!-.e THanlo crew |
? i officer*, though all aow have given tes- I
tlmo'ny. fiomo, or them will V recalled
next week. I
Oft! er Doxiall Is stltti ill h?re, but prob-}
s*ily will be Tc-eoviwi-d sufficiently to take
tho stonn again next weo**.
?l? ?f PERKINS
Roosevelt Glad Morgan's Former
Partner Is Support
[Special to The Tlmos-pispaf eh.] j
Boston. Mass.. April 27.?Addressing
two of the largest meetings he has en?
countered since he "threw his hat into
tho ring." Colonel Roosevelt to-night
] freely admitted that one of his most
most prominent supporters was George
1 W. Perkins, formerly of Morgan &
Company. The admission proved a
sensational sidelight to the Colonel's
pr.-pared -speech. He had declared that
he did not desire to Indulge- in per
1 sonnlltlrs. but that it l.aj been neces?
sary to anaw-cr publicly some of the
1 charg?s mad- by his political oppOn
j ents. He then read the list of men ho
j said were supporting President Taft,
headed by Senator IjOrlmer. of Illinois,
which lie made a feature of his set
j speech. He was Intorrupted by a man,
i who yelled out:
I ??Well, Isn't Perkins supporting
Roosevelt took the bait with evident
relish. "He certainly Is." he shouted
with a great display of his. white teeth
and the noted smile much in evidence,
"and you don't embarrass me by ask?
ing me that question. Furthermore, if
a man is for me t will not only admit
It. but will not repudiate it later."
Three-ouarters of an hour before
the meeting began the Arena was
pammed with ln.ndo people while more
than that number were turned away.
At Mech.-.nlc.s Hall, where the over?
flow meeting was held. 6.000 were
present and many w*re refuse) ad?
mission. Tho platform at the Arena
was roped In resembling a prise ring,
and when the Colonel entered some
one paused a great laugh by shying
n bat Into the "ring."
Much of the Roosevelt speeeh was
a repetition of that mad" lust night
at Worcester. Mass. Ho said that he
did not c*re to deal in personalities,
hut had to ba "frank with the <peo- ?
"I^ast night I felt obliged to answer I
attacks made upon mo by Mr. Taft, |
but I have no deslro that this cam?
paign shall be one of personalities, so
to-night I will only allude to him tc
show where h,? and I differ. I hold
the prusunt contest to be morn than
a mere factional fight In the Repub?
"When President Taft wanted to
say thnt he did not want the l.orlmer
support he came to Massachusetts to
soy It, but when I wanted to declare
that I did not desire any Lnrimnr
backing I went directly to Illinois to
say so. I have marto no assault on
Mr. Taft. I think he means well, but
In feeble. However, he Is supported
by men who are neither well mean?
ing nor feeble and who have designs
on the prosperity of the country."
Hero the Colonel shifted to the -well
known Issues he has advocated In all
of his recent speeches and made nt?.
further allusions to the Prsldoat. Her
pleaded for the support of the labor?
ing nion by enforcement of the eight
hour law for government employers
and advocated a bureau to Investigate
lahor conditions. He declared for as
protective tariff which "would prolccb
the wage workers."
Tho Colonel was well received In nil,
towns visited to-day. and to-night he**
was Jubilant over his reception.
To-morrow will bo spent In resting**
at the home of W. Sturgts Btgelow, al*
though he will receive a few visitors*,
Mondoy ho leaves for Plttsilcld to :
close his campaign In the Bay State.
Porky Flynn fJets Decision.
Sydney. N. S. W., April 27.?Porky |
Flynn, of Boston, to-night got a de- I
clsion over Jim Barry, of Chlcag-o, In
n twenty-round fight here. Barry was '
not up to previous form, and Flynn
hnd little trouble with him.
The ostrich endeavoring to
conceal itself from danger, thrusts
its head into the sand, doubtless
believing that if it cannot see,
neither can it be seen. This Is a
poor way to hide because it leaves
the body almost entirely exposed to attack.
Just as ineffectual is the attempt to cure Skin Diseases by the ap?
plication of salves, cosmetics, lotions, "creams," "skin foods," etc.
True, such treatment may gloss over or temporarily hide the out?
ward eruptions, in some cases, but this method does nothing to de?
stroy the impurities, humors or acids in the blood, which produce
skin disorders, and the trouble is no more cured than is the ostrich
Lying just beneath the outer covering or tissue-skin is a mem?
branous flesh which surrounds and protects the tiny veins, pores and
glands. It is here the impurities from the blood are deposited and
the acrid matter causes irritation and inflammation, which splits or
breaks the thin, tissue-like cuticle, and the result is manifested in Ec
i zema, Tetter, Salt Rheum, Acne, pimples, or some other disfiguring
' or annoying eruption.
Since Skin Diseases are the result oF bad blood it can readily be
seen that there is but one way to produce a cure, and that is, to pu?
rify the blood. Local treatment can only afford temporary relief.
S. S. S. cures Skin Diseases of every kind by neutralizing the
acids and removing all humors from the blood. S. S. S. cools the
acid-heated circulation, builds it up to its normal strength and thick?
ness, multiplies its rich, nutritious corpuscles and adds to its purity
in every way. Then the skin instead of being irritated and inflamed
by sour impurities, is nourished
and soothed by this cooling,
healthy stream of blood, and all
gradually but surely disappear.
S. S. S. is the greatest of all
blood purifiers, and therein lies
its ability to cure skin diseases. The trouble cannot remain after the
cause has been removed, and S. S. S. will certainly remove the
cause. It cures Eczema, Tetter, Salt Rheum, Acne, pimples, boils,
rashes, and all eruptions of the skin.
Go to any reliable drug store and ask for S. S. S. and accept
nothing in place of it. Any druggist can supply you and most of
them wish their customers to have what they call for. Book on Skin
Diseases and any medical advice free to all who write.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA. CA.
The prices are certainly attractive enough to make
everybody want a Victor-Victrola.
And when you hear the instruments you won't be
without one in your home.
Come in and select yours today.
Other styles of the Victor-Victrola $40 to $200. Victors
$10 to $100. Easy terms, if desired.
The Richmond Victor Depot
121 East Broad St.