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Don't Let Anyone Trifle
When you ask for Duffy's bo sure you ^^^yjjj^j;
It is the
Cheap imitations arc sometimes toi>to<l on
people with tli>' intent to deceive by dealers
mindful of their profits only and vvlio eare noili
in>; for the health of their patrons. S<>iih' will
trv to make you believe what they offer i.i
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey has bccii used
for. over 52 years l>y ilic medical profession,
hospitals ami in the hoitic with unequalled sue
cess. Whether it be i\k a loiiie stimulant for
the sick and rundown patient, or is lakeii in a
ittlc water at nical time, as an aid to <lij^t-stioti
?remember that ypti arc using the best that
< a ii be made.
BE SURE YOU GET DUFFY'S
Tlte genuine is sold by druggist'
groins and dialers in SEALED HOT
TLES ONI.V. never in bull;, prict
SI.00 a large bottle. If you can't pro
cure it. let us know and we will tel
you how,. Write for doctor's ndvicC
and book of teiripes for table and skk
room, frc ? on request.
tor.atly refund fac.imU, ^ ^ALT WHISKEY CO., RochSbicT, N. Y.
WILL PART WITH HER BABY IN
ORDER TO KEEP LITTLE GIRI
Mother Unable to Support Two Children, \Yant>
Some Gocd Family to Adopt Infant
Now at Shelterinc Anns,
An opportunity for nonii faintly to
merfonn n charitable act, and at the,
(tame, time secure for Itself an nddl
jllonul nifinbw thnt gives fair promise
jr>f developing into a healthy and ro-ll
jlntst man, la now afforded by a motherj
?'?who at present Is In the free ward at
i the Sheltering Arms Hospital. The
? mother Is without means of support
Isho has two children, and Is willing
[to have her young son, born lust
I Thursday, adopted Into boiun substan?
The child Is a fine specimen of young
llmbyhood, weighing twelve nnd one
Jlialf pounds when born. The mother
. e.m furnish references as to her char
jitutcr alii) standing front residents of
her f former home at North Garden,
I.Albcinnrlo County. Any one desiring'
', to do so may see the child and Its
I mother by calling at the hospital
( where I'ley now r.t ?.
Sir mouths a?;o the woman camo to
rlvlchlhotid to noet her husband. IIo
livati net to bo found. The two
have been marrlcr four year a,
but during the Ism two years
he b \s often changed his residence and
baa not conti Ibuted to the. support of
his wife. Since coming to Richmond
tho woman has been cmplojcd as
housekeeper In a g"oii family. She It
well vouched for, and only decided to
allow the adoption of hop child be
cause she cannot support tho two of
them, and prefers to retain her little
girl, to whom sho has become attached
Mr? Tlnisle? Barlt.
Mrs. T. n Tlnsley, ?f BIS Nerlh Elffhth
:-t:ict. hn.? returned to tho city ad'r visit?
ing friends in Philadelphia.
Petition I? Bankruptcy.
A petition In voluntary bankruptcy
was Pled yesterday In the United State?
District Court by Thomas Morgan Mc?
Dowell, a carpenter. residing at 01 ?>
Scott Street: Tho liabilities are given
es 11,0*1 50, The assets, which amount
to $1.967.50, and Include the house and
lot occupied by the petitioner, are
claimed under the State exemption
1 a w s.
Heretofore the. finish of a Brass Bed has always been marred
when brought in contact with siich commonly used materials
as alcohol, porfmns, arunionia, cloth cleaning fluids and dis
infroting..prepnrations. None of these will injure the Brass
Beds-Avo-fhaTl offer you tins week. Come and see them,
One of our best values will
be a 2-inoh continuous post
hcrl, with seven 1-ineh fillers
and Kational springs. A
Wo Bha'1 also offer pom? extra values In Wlitte Iron Herts and
Cribs; tor instance, a $10.00 2-ln':h post Iron Bed und
National sprliiK for .
A Dropside Crib and Mattress for. $6.75
We nelerted thin line bi
it has so many wonderful nd
ranteirefl over the old style l>a
ver.portr. We want you to e?e
cn:r H<V0O value.
XYIore New XVKaLttirig
We have Jttsl unloaded another shipment of
hew China Matting etui som* of our best pat?
terns aro in tills lot snd will be on display
25c, 30c, 35c,
n j -
(Continued From First Page.)
rebels, to On I ted Stutes will be com
polled to Ititorveno.
The pending presidential campaign
furnishes another perplexing problem
in connection with the situation. The
President is welj aware lliut ho will
hp incused of stilling Up U foreign
?iii to further Ills cuinpnign fjr re
election if he decides to call ,,n extra
session of Congress t>. consider the
ndvlsubllltN of Intervening in Mexican
affairs Mr. Tuft will not, however, lei
this phase of the problem doti r liltu
from calling a special sonslon .iso
he decides a scssl in i.-, ueccSshrj lu
protect the lives and proper!} ol Anier
leuns und foreigners in Mexico.
2>iiiuII Ann; nil Held.,.
Washington, September 7 With the
ordering to-day of I lie Ninth Cavalry
fnun Fort I?. A. Russell. Wyoming,
aid the Thirteenth Cavalry from For!
Itlley, Ivansns, Uncle sun within ,;"
run three da's will hiivc 6,000 regu?
lars guarding the Mexican bord<:i -
a sir,all slzi ftrmj Eveti more troops
limy be deiii to p..tie! the |;7'ofl utile*
of lutcriiallonul boundary, in tho opln
i.f army o (Ik-em, dec lured to-night.
II is known that ihtt administration
wits sloe, in sending additional troops
ti, I he border, rearing that a milt! y
demonstration of largo sl.-.o would
encourage tlio Oror.co-SalUzUl' revo
lutionistu, v. nr. are anxious to >..
American Intervention In ease they
cannot overturn the Mftilc/ro govern?
As soon as Major-Gonoral Wood,
chief of stuff, learned lo-diiy from
dunornj Stcuvct', In commm-d of in.?
ix-rder patrol, that Snluzar was at "jri
Icruatlonal bounduO monument No.
62' with l.oOO nte.unied followers, lie I
lost no tim?i In getting President Taft j
on the long distance tl.ph.no at
Beverly to get the President's ap?
proval for sending more tioop. The
President quickly gave. Iiis consent.
Then telegrams w . re sent to SteeVet
asking where the tro.cps should Ii
sent Stcevor had earlier In the das
made an urgent request for rein?
forcements. Members <>t the general
staff w<ro awaiting to-nicht :! reply
froh? Steever, As ,?nnn as this reply
is received the troops will be loaded
..a trains nnd sent to the lend/;
With them "111 go pack Haina for
lire as an aid to the r. valry.
Tho Ninth Cavalry is a colored rcgl
Tliero are air- adv between ;.ona and
3.000 cavtilr.v. the border with .-? n?<
thlilK over 1,000 Infilhtrj and a battery
>f Held artillery. Tie- Second Cavalry
is at Fort Bltss; the Third is dis?
tributed nt points in New Mexico.
Ahsohn and Texas; ih'e Fourteenth at
Hin Bend, Del Rio, Kugle Pass] Fori
Mclhtosh. The Twchty^Second Infan?
try is quartered In tho vicinity of El
Paso with tho Third Field Artillery
and tho Twelfth Infantry quartered at
points In California and a pot lion of It
Is at Ytima, Arizona
Issuance o* eiders permitting the
exportation of arms and ammunition
to Omanci. Sonora, to-day for tho use.
of Americans there In case they have
occasion to defend themselves, is
taken as positive Information that the
State Department Is conv'ncod that
the Mexican government has lost nil
control in Northern Mexico.
American army officers who have
sized up the situation say that It would
take two years and over 10",GOD Ameri?
can tloops to pacify Mexico In caso
of Intervention. This is one of the
reasons why, in the opinion of officials
lure. President Tat? will declluo id
ordi ??? Intervention except as a last
I eSOt t.
Mnv not Press lteiiue.it.
Washington, September ".?While
the Mexican government alroady has'
begun negotiations through liv. em- |
bossy here for permission to send Its I
troops through Texas and Arizona to'
the State ol Hoitora, such a. reiitlost
may not be pressed because heavy rb
vcrsuls suffered by the retbela in that
section. Word was received at the
embassy to-day that sufficient troop*
w. ie at Negates .mi Cnnuaiicd to pio-i
tcct American lite and property.
In Hi- raids on tho American side,'
the lulled States troopn are unable!
to pursue the raiders when thoy te-i
treat Into Mexican territory, jf the!
American defending force were Sup?
ported by a sufllcl? nt Mexican force, I
I the marauders would be caught bo
[ tween theih and the outrages could be
As Ambassador Wilson has strongly
urged the Mexican government to placo
a sufficient numb, i of troops In So
noro to protect American interests, It
is assumed that tho United States is
prepared to allow passage for Mexican
troops through American territory, for
An indication that Ho- Mexican gov?
ernment Is likely to make such a re?
nnest Is the calling of a special ses?
sion of the Mexican Senate without!
whose authorization President Miidcro
cannot s< ml troops out of Mexico. Itj
will be at least a week before the Sen-1
ute < a n bo convened.
There is precedi nit for the passage
of Mexican troops! through American
territory. In the late Miidcro rebel?
lion forces wer? sent through Arlxona
and California to protect the Ameri?
can dikes and Irrigation works on the
Colorado Rfvcr In Lower California.
War Department advices says Cieri
eral Saliizar if personally responsible
t'.r the rebel raids on this side of the
line. In tho skirmish yesterday on
the Culberson ranch, American soldier.-,
raptured a Mexican rebel, who says
-ftlazar had ordered tho men across the
lino to round up b^er for his command
General Stcevor has dispatched Troop
!?? , ; the Third Cavalry to tho trouble
[Troop R. Finn th Cavalry, has gone front
I Purl lluiichucn Arlvacti; Arizona to rc
J Ii.f..r.-e tho pathrol
? Acting upon President Taft's nu
ihlrlty, the Treasury Hcpartmont to?
ld., v Iitltborlzcd the exportation Into
Mexico of 600 rifles and i.0,000 eart
Idges for the use of Americans In tho
protection of their lives anil properly,
l ie arms will be forwarded to tho con?
sular agent at Cannnea for dlstrlbu
\ciin Prlela Iwiilta tttack,
Douglas, Ariz..j Soptombci 7.? Aglia
Prietu, the Mexican town opposite
as. awaits an at lack to-iitorrow
bj more than 600 rebel., who are
hg toward the border. Couriers,
atrl :,g to-day from a point lil'ty
im:,; to the south, report that the
rebels looted tlio Oabalondo ranch,
taking 400 homes and arms ami provl
i i Tho 600 rebi !.. camped there
last ljpiit and tinrly to-daj started for
Agtiit I'li. ta, their leader, frier. Saln/.ai',
avowing his intention to attack tho
i. p.. a street separates Agua Piictii
and Douglas, and In tho t\ent of an
attack the Amorlcan > Hy would he In
danger "f stray bullets. Agtia Prietu
is protected by only ioo FoMeral
t:o.,p. und (WO mach).in >r>ins
?Ready with the best that
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nn improvement is proved we use it as scon as practicable.
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before it could be permitted to carry the name Studebaker.
The enormous modern equipment of the Studebak?t
organization?the greatest in the world ?and tho unprece?
dented sales of Studebaker car6 have made their low price
possible. The integrity of their construction and tho thor?
oughly good character of the workmanship make their low
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With a Studebaker car you are surt. When yon st?-p
into it today you know that the big Studebaker organiza?
tion with sixty years successful businews experience behind
it, has put into that car every ounce of knowledge and skill
that could be put there?and that lt? national reputation for
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Every part of a Studebaker car is a Studebaker part?all
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J. C. Walker.
Ifno.nl Indians, re reported to have left
for Nacovsarl i?y Rpcclul trnln hist
night. The Indians Carried 1T..0U0
rounds of uirinitihlljoii liuu arc well
ntmcd. Thty itrc reported to lmv<
reached I'router us, whence thoy will
he coinpr-lli 1 to march to N'ucozurl.
Statements With Regard to the Ac?
can best lie indicated in terms of "beats."
livery backward <>r forward turn of the
balance wheel is a heat. There aic five
beats t-i a second, and with a magnifying
.?I i- ovel the seconds hand of a llnmil
toii Timekeeper one can count all live
of these heats as the hand moves a second.
A Hamilton Watch makes 157,680,000
heats in a year. It is interesting in this
connection to note that a watch which
may lose fifteen or twenty brats per month
(hiring the summer, when' the owner <>l
the watch is engaged in more energetic
pursuits, will prompt y begin to pick up
.is cold weither advances and the indi?
vidual settles down Id a more sedentary
life, Thus, on the whole, the watch,
considered from the end of one year to
the end of the next, will be found pretty
accurate at any given time.
Let us show you a Hamilton.
Cost only $15.00 and up.
Smith & Webster,
612 East Main Street.
Sydnor & Hundley, Inc.
Grace and Seventh.
Ojpen Ever} V?) t'ntJI 6 n't" Inch.
Cabell Refuses to Surrender
Office to New Mayor's
[Special to The Tlmea-Dlspatcli.]
Norfolk, Va., September 7.?Norfolk
how has the distinction of having two
city attorneys. Colonel George C.
Cabell was appointed over n. year ago
for a term of two years, but the Coun?
cil! failed either to confirm or refuse
to confirm the appointment. To-day
Captain W. Ii. .Mayo, the now Mayor,
appointed George Pllcher as successor
to Colonel Cabel), Hut the Colonel
Say.1 he will not vacate till his two
years are tip.
It was reported several months be?
fore tho election that the teason the
Council did not act Upon the appoint?
ment of Colonel Cabell was bi cause It
anticipated the defeat of Mayor Itld
dick and the elect.lon of a man who
would appoint a city attorney from
tho ring faction.
It is now believed that Colonel Ca
bell's determination to make a determ?
ined effort to hold the office Is to r.how
up the motive of tho organization for
effect in tho approaching municipal
BYRD WILL ADDRESS
Democrats to Organize for Campaign.
[Special to The Tlmcs-Dlspatch.)
LTrcdoricksburg, Va., September 7.?1
The City Democratic Committee, of
Fredorlcksburg, held a meeting last|
night'. Chairman E. D. Cole presiding,
W. D. Sccftt, secretary. The question
of calling a general mass meeting of
Democrats of Frcdorlcksburg for the]
purpose of forming n Wllson-Marsha.lt
.lones Campaign Club, was discussed,'
and It was decided to call such a meet?
ing for Tuesday night. September 10,!
ut S o'clock. In the courthouse. Chair?
man Colo and Secretary Scott were up-,
pointed a committee to arrange for the
meeting und provide n Bpcitker, who
will be Hon. Richard 113. Dvrd.
The State convention of the Patrio?
tic order Sons of America will meet In
annual session in this city on Tuesday
lieXt and continue two days. The open-,
Ing exercises will be public, held In
I he courthouse, and addresses of wel?
come will ho delivered by Mayor ,T. P
ItOWC on the purl of the citizens: C.
O'Conor Ooblrlck, in behalf of t),?
Business Men's Association, and a it
Dowering will speak for tho ioc,,i
>da-a, JLt_Ja ..?Wcted. that between..
200 H?d 300 delegate* will attend.
The splendid raln Inst nlKht brokei
the ?irnusht which ha? prevailed here
for weeks, putting a now face on na?
ture and reviving neoplo and crops, it
?111 save the late corn and fall pas?
Mr. and Mrs. A. B, B? its have r*
turned from a month's visit to rtoa
noke. where thoy were guests of Mr.
J, B. Butts. Mr. Holt's son. who is col?
lector of city taxes of lloanoke.
The case in the Circuit Court of
King Goorgo County of the Common*
wealth a?alnst Howard McDanlol, Jr.,
for alleged criminal attack on nla
cousin. Miss Ruth McOanlel, on .Mine'
30 last, resulted lost night In lUe
failure of the jury to ?Broe. Tho Jury j
was discharged by .lurtKe Chlchestcrj
nml the accused balled In the sum or
(2,500, with his parent!; and brother
as Bocurlty for his uppenrance at the
next trem e' the court.
During the severe thunderr storm
early this mornlnB. lightning struck
the residence of L. \V. Land rath, in
Sfutsylvanln County, nrr/ this city,
milde a hole through the house in
two places, tore out a window sash,
split tho top of a plane, demolished
a number of pictures, knocked down
considerable piastTlntr. Three wo?
men, together In one room, were bad?
ly stunned, but eoon recovered.
Goshen Baptist Association, which
met with Beaver T>ara Church In Flu
vann?. County this week, adjeurne
Thursday night Tho sesslona wer
? as largely attended ns usual. o?
l:>g to tho Inaccessibility ol tli
church; The following ofllrers wei
elected: Captain C. T, smith, modern
tor; A. G. Smith." clorlt; ItOv. 3; }
Beadles, tronsu'rer. The nssoclatl
transacted considerable business, r<
c'elvctj many reports, showing th
churches of the association to h
flourishing and selected New Hop
Church, lu Orange. County, for th
place to hold the annual meeting ne>
HE REDUCED 57 POUNDS
Xrn Method "f flesh Reduction
Proves Astonishingly Successful.
Johnson, pa.. Kept. 7.?Investigation
has fully established that lion. 11. T.
Steiler, of this city, has reduced his
?weight fifty-seven pounds In an In?
credibly short time by wearing a
simple. Invisible device, weighing less
than an ounce. This, when worn as
directed, nets as an Infallible flesh re?
ducer, dispensing entirely with diet?
ing medicines and exercises. Many
prominent men and women have
adopted this easy moans of reducing
superfluous flesh, and It Is stated tho
Inventor. Prof. A. J. Hums, of No. 17
We t Thirl -lOlghth Street. New York,
la sending these outfits en fiee trial
to all who write htm adv.
Music i<* the life of a children's
party?it entertains, educates and
Plays Perfect Dance Music
Play them a waltz or two-.stop on the St iff f or Shaw
Piano Player. They'll enjoy it. Rythm and expression
are masterful! They'll catch the joyous spirit of the
composer as though he were playing for them in person.
Play the latent soaps and let them join in the chorus. Teach
I hem in this fascinating manner to love music. Soon thcv'll
learn to play -and play well. VVc have Players and Pianos of all
grades?all Bt maker's prices.
E. G. RIKE, Manager
117 V/. Broad St.