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Young Men of Balkan States
Eager to Go to the
LEGATIONS BUSY PLACES
Hardly Man of Fighting Age
Who Does Not Offer
SJerlin. Ortober 5.?The busiest place?
rn Berlin this week were the Bulgarian
and Servian legation*. Most of the
B-ilsrat ians and Servians here are stu
dents or laborers.- There are about
1 000 Bulgarians and 4('0 Servians
liable for war servic <?. The mobili?
zation of the armine? of these two
countries was followed immediately
by the recall of all who were liable
for military ass III e The response
will Kive an idea mi the war spirit
now animating; the Ba-kan people. It
is doubtful if there was a single Bul?
garian or Servian in Berlin who did j
not respond to the nett The legations i
were t>e?e;ged wlih animated young;
men who were eaper to go to the
front and hoping that war would be
Bulgarian agents have been here
this week entieavorine to place a loan, j
What euccess. If any. they had can- j
not be learned. They a.iso bought a/outl
19.000.000 worth of munitions of war. j
Dr. Strauch, a mental specialist, has
discovered a new disease which he
calls telephone nervousness. A promi?
nent Berlin attorney had been in
continual conflict with the post-office
for mure than a year regarding his
'phone. Several times he was prose?
cuted on the charge of insulting the
telephone girl and Anally his tele?
phone connection was cut off. The
attorney Immediately began proceed?
ings for its restoration. The post
office department offered as a defense
that the attorney was continually in?
Dr. Strauch was called as an expert,
testified that telephone nervousness
was a serious ailment. The telephone,
he said, acts on certain persons like
poison. He continued: "I know a case
In my personal practice of a physician
who was so worked up by delays and
other unpleasant occurrences that he
became permanently Insane. Excit?
able persons should never use the
The court was so Impressed that It
adjourned the case In order to enable
Dr. Strauch to submit further Instances
\RULERS OF WAR-TROUBLED NATIONS
i AND COMPARA TIVE FIGHTING STRENGTH
Kt?* FfrflMBH of BulKarla.
Kin* F****? ?*Jl'rTif-._
I of the disease and observations as to
! Its effect.
>ohodT la IMeaoed.
As was to be expected the govern?
ment's regulations which were de?
signed to reduce the prices of rmat
have pleased nobody, arid up to the
present have not bettered the situa?
tion. The special sources considered
for the importance of cattle and swine
were Russia, Servia and Bulgaria. Al?
most on the heels of the new regu?
lations came the way situation in the
Balkans with the prohibition of the
exportation of meat from Servia and
Bulgaria. Most oeasle are displeased
with the half Snag measures Wales
appear most unlikely to be beneficial.
The Agrarians are. of course, shriek?
ing madly that they will be ruined
by the government's disregard of their
interests. Meanwhile prices of meat
continue to soar. Tho wholesale prices
at the Berlin stockyards are no lower
for the poorer qualities and are higher
for the better grades of all animals.
No decrease in the retail prices Is
PARCELS POST STAMPS.
Twelve New "Mail Carriers" te Be Csed for
Transportation of floods.
Washington. October S.?When the new
parcela poet system becomes operative on
January L twelve new stampe will be placed
on sale In poae-offlees for affixing to pack?
ages. These stamps will be larger than the
ordinary postare stamps. Arrangements al?
ready made by Postmaster-Oeneral Hitch- >
coek for their engraving and manufacture [
provide for a aeries of an even dosen, so I
distinctive as to color and sjss aa to prevent
possible confusion with other stamps.
Tli*- twelve stamps win be issued in three
s* ries sf design* In the first series mo?iern
methods ?f transporting mail wi I \>- ilius
trated. The mail c.ir of a railway train will
be shown on 011? stamp, an ocean atenmf-r
?11 another; t!ie third aril] have a motor
?asori of tli'- type used in the postal ser?
vice, and tht fourth Will show a mail-car?
rying aeroplane Postal employes will be
shown at work In the second series. The
figures will be those of railway mall clerks,
post-office clerks, city letter carriers and
rural free delivery carriers. The third series
will represent four industrial zones, showing
the principal sources of products that will
he transported most extensively by parcels
Uy December t the stamps will probably
be ready for distribution to the 10,000 post-j
offices in the country.
[Special to The Ttme8-t>ispateh.)
HarrisonhurK. Va., October 6.?An?
nouncement Is made of the marriage
of Miss Kathryn Byeriey. daughter,
of Mra Peter D. Byerlejr. of!
Pleasant Valley, and James I. Pullen,
of Richmond. After October 18 they
will be at home at 2303 Hanover Ave?
MVE PRISONERS ESCAPE.
Third Delivery at Tnaewell Since Erec?
tion of hew Jail.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch. ]
Tazewell. Va., October 5.?Another
Jail delivery occurred here last night
Nine prisoners, four of whom were
white men escaped about midnight by
sawing the bars of the Jail. This Is the
third delivery of prisoners which has
occurred here since the new Jail was
built, one delivery occurring about 1
two months ago. It Is believed that
saws were taken to the prisoners by
confederates on the outside. The
sheriff and a posse of deputies are
searching the county and it is believed
that a majority of the men will h*
arrested before night. It is reported
here that the county atithoritlee will
institute civil action against the Stuait
Jail Works of Cincinnati, who con?
structed the Jail and compel the con?
cern to replace the bars In the eel s.
New Hotel (or Salisbury.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch. ]
Salisbury, N. C, October 5.?Salis?
bury is to have a new hotel at a cost
of $100,000. a charter having been
granted yesterday. The principal tn
eorporators are J. P. Saunders. of
Greensboro, and T. A. Green, of spar
tanburg. The new hotel will be lo?
cated near the passenger station.
Fuller's Case continued.
The case of William J. Fuller, who
is being held here as a fugitive from
Justice in Norfolk and also as a sus?
picious character, suspected of having
attempted to obtain money by false
pretenses, in this city, was continued
yesterday morning in Police Court un?
til next Saturday. In the meantime
Captain of Detectives M Mahon expects
that he will be able to collect sufficient
evidence against him to aw< ar out a
IMPORTANT CHANGE I> SCHKDIXB
K?, F. i P. B. R.
Commencing Monday. October 7th. train
No. 17 will leave Washington 3:S P. M I
week days (Instead of ?:? P. 3t. >. arriving!
Richmond <:1D P. M. Instead of ?:? P. M.
Parlor and dining car service.
MnCt we ahm ttrrtte yen to make
dar store tout shopping headquar?
ters w?lke here. Our Beet Room to
ervtoe. Where you can
Penises? comfortable rn the
t of Easy Chstrsi colored
m attend saoo. Come In;
bring your Men da need inspect one
wb obs fonitiih jour Hobo
from Ottlar to fmrret la the
cheapest or tho ldghest priced
Cold Weather Will
Ton win need n
Vow lien in one
One! wUl rgtre anl?
ief a o a on We
have every etyle
?f Heating and
among "heuli we
OUMEfl' SJTLF-wt7df.RS. S17.ee),
net op eernplete.
HOT BLAST HKATERS. ST AO to
010.50, get up complete
WOOD HEATERS. SS.SS to 910.00.
ant np complete.
ones nuyiu> heaters.
SO-SO to SIR.OS. eet up complete.
wmmwmcmam on, hfattr?
from SS.SS re S* on
OAiriMW ?tefl, r<nt,fs
OAST IHX? COOft WTOVES. .-.
Out Merchandise is of the
Mgiiesl quality, and sold rader
oar gaarsatoe of ' Satisfaction
You Will See a Big Crowd of Eager Buyers
at Our Store Any Monday
They sre sfter oar "MONDAY SPECIALS," which ore
sIwstb unusual value*. Get In line for THIS MONDAY
SPECIAL, which ii one of the ziehest yet offered.
200 China Japanese Tea Sets
beautifully hand decorated, end consiiting of 6 Cups, 6
Saucers, 1 Tea Pot, 1 Cream Pitches, 1 Sugar ffrf iA
Dish?ell for the small sum of.e}1.4?7
Any ether at ore will aek you 91.00 for Ode sot
J ?1 ju*i drop you a lint to day elTm Rome
a* a in afie\ my vi* it to mo Ike A.--than, ml* 11
make my*elf "comfy" te*ide my new heatina
itove. io lead thai new book ysii told me to
When you dec my sew diove. dmy, yaw.**/
oy iff with me that it io /a A nice A than the
coo/ pA??e4. end *o much ied* <AcruA/e. ?7he
e?y/c ?# *Ve>tip4? id do e/epani, ?aa. efsVo a
i-r o\t ii ftf ina addition to any Aoom. ofi'd a
Came eve A do on,
w1. 4.---/? id da niee ?o fcrtaw a Aetiti yaw
eon A*/y on-ene ZlRC
AS fresh now stock, la zioh,
beautiful colorings and In at) sixes.
A dlreot Importation of 300 rolls
of high grade heavy China stat
ttn*, usual 40c grade, on sale FaSr
30c per yd.
Wo pay Freight to your sta?
Any price, any
sOsg, any qual?
ity. The meat
to bo seen.
To? will do
them. For In?
stance, a fan
11-4 stan Dow-.
Lace Curtains and
Wo oaa show yon 100 different
Foil length and width. AB kinds
aad styles of rich drape rlsa
With Every Cash or
or ow?r en Ting Fair waefc we wtB
pBOSSsa surrhsoer with a KA?H>
BOME, rWFTX aad OOMtA
BfJETTAI, GUtm BOWL
?,1M_?-. 11 THE h0usc
_pjOUHTREfi 11 OF OlUhLITT
[SUTHERLAND CHERRY CORP.
I ItMH-M W. BROAD STREET
MAIL ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION
A STORE FOR
WE L C O
SPECIAL VALUES FOR FAIR WEEK
Men's All Wool Tailor-Made Suits. $10.00 and $12.50
If you want a Suit of Clothes that will give good service and fit perfectly, by all means see these.
We will .save >ou $5.00 in quality.
A $15.00 Suit for Men Worth $20.00
Thev are silk lined, hand-tailored and made to fit perfectly. The fabrics are strictly all wool
and cold wattr shrunk, and they will hold their shape and look well as long as you wear them. Colors
and weaves of unusual beauty. A new suit in the place of any that fail to wear satisfactorily.
WILLIAMS and K.NEELAND and FELLOWCRAPT SHOES
for men who arc particular about their footwear. All the favorite leathers and
styles. A new pair if thev break. Union made.
_I_ 13.5?, 14.?. ?5.0?._
YOUNG BROS. AND STETSON DERBIES AND SOFT HATS,
in the latest fall styles?$3.00, $4.00) and $5.00.
Velours just in from Austria?$3.50 and $9.00.
Imported Scratch and Cloth Hat??$1.50 to $3.00.
Fall Styles in Neckwear, Vests, Hosiery, Etc
BOYS' FALL AND WINTER CLOTHES
Our showing of Boys' Clothes is the largest and most complete in Rich?
mond. You'll find the kind of Boys' Clothes here you've been looking a lone
time for?DURABLE. NICE LOOKING, PERFECT FITTING CLOTHES?
at prices that cannot fail to please you. VVe carry sires for boys 2K to 18 years.
Prices. $2.50, $3.00. $3.50. $4.00. $5.00. $0.00. $7.50, $0.50. f 10.00, $13.00.
Our $5.00 BOY'S SUIT is a wonder, and its equal cannot be had else'
where at $7.50. All-wool fabrics in blue serges and fancy effects, perfectly
made and nt correctly. They come in Norfolks, sires 6 to 12 years, and double
breasted 6 to IS years. Some have two pairs pants to the suit.
A beautiful selection of Children's
Reefers, size 2 % to 10 years. $3.00 to
Boys' Fall Hats, in all the latest
styles and colors, $1.00 and up.
Boys' Stockings. Boys' Caps. etc.
Boys Rubber Raincoats and Hats.
IN LOUISA COUHTY
Nova Scotian Expert's Opinion
of Virginia Minerals?Lively
Business On at MineraL
-Mineral. Vs.. October 6.?The Hon.
Kobert and Mrs. Druinmond. of Stel
larton. Nova boot:a, are visiting in
Mineral for a few days, the guests of
J. sL McSween. general manager of
the Arminius Chemical Company, ana
nis kinu.y and highly respected mother
Mr. Uruamond is a memoer of Ute
legislative council of ?iova Scotia. Too
council corrcsponda, in some respects,
to that of the Senate in this country,
only the appointments to that body j
are for life, and are not affected by!
changes of government. Ia his ownf
country Mr. Drummond is looked upon :
not only as an expert, but an authority
on all matters connected with the coal
trade, which ranks first In the Indus?
tries or the province. Me may not
profess to t>e in any degree an ax
pert on ore or metaliferous mining,
and yet he has a wide knowledge of
surface mining; plants in general. He
is highly pleased with what be baa
seen at the minea of the Ar mim eg
Chemical Company, where there are
visible tokens of late additions and
Improvements to the plant, and he
frankly states toat there Is roam for
still further Improvements and addi?
tions. Having known Mr. MoSween
for very many years be feels confident
that Mr. Mcdween can effect further
improvements which will result In the
effecting of many economics. Tbe
width of the ore body being worked
is sixty feet, and it is worked much
after the system employed In coal
mining, ievels, risea or balances, and
heads of crosscuts- Mr. Mctiween in I
the course of operations a abort timsi
ago discovered near tbe banging walla,
a new mineral which he has christened
armfninsite. If this new ore gives near?
ly as good milling, as it gave labora?
tory testa, tbe company has struck a
bonanza. The laboratory teat gave
values of away over $100 per ton.
If tbe milling teat yields 130 per ton.
the management and the company will
be amply satisfied. This discovery
may mean a great deal to tbe com?
munity and tbe State, as well as to the
company. Its discovery will add to
the optimism of those who believe that
Virginia baa mineral wealth in her
hills and under her plains hitherto
unregarded, ca.ling for development.
Prior So Mr. McSweens advent the
output of the mlite averaged 250 tons
dally. It Is now considerably over
too tons, wits tbe prospects of an
early Increase to 400 tons dally. By
tbe way. the are In the new discovery
Is but two feet. Mr. McSween Is very
hopeful that at a depth of 2.SOS feet
the old mineral will be wholly trans?
formed late the new.
A new plant for generating electri?
city has lately been installed The
dynamo la net yet In place. This new
machinery will produce a current equal
to tee volts. An this Is more than I
required for the purp eats of the ?om
paay. it la suggested that the com?
pany ran a line to Lo hm and other
Cints. and supply electricity for light
jt purpose* This will probably a*
a source of profit to the company, ans]
will surely add to the comfort and
to the oonvenSooce of tbe people res?
ident als? the Una and at the ter-j
?s? far an Mineral fts eono?rn*d t-?
vexed labor problem has been solved
There la no dteeoatent The workmen
are fairly treated They sre com fat t
abiy assail and tbetr aurrwsadtags
**?>. *VeSveea has Bad taytre expo 1
Hence with workmen, an? evidently
Una cssss to tbe conclusion teat to
treat saoa sec may Is profitable for
tbe flompaay. tbe oommtinny and those
moat directly saaussml tbe employ**
The ?osepen? owns a assahsi of biases
nbisk are rented to tbetr wwbsaua at
a isassasMu rat* attached to each
leg fts a sarge plat of land. At ?ressat
there are neither estsrehes or gjtace of
i swengine In the immediate Wintry
at tbe mines, hut ft is la aaaasmplaffa
to ssaais Vetb la tbe near future.
tfoaaassssr nojm ?e rbansuuv
j irfnssusaar. ?*.. O't^eei a?Tbe vw**aa*
Tue ssaafwaa bat Sa* et rest ?rrtes* ?ad
has aus* soaSuaal by ?? R*?i?a* osnuag
aaanaf ?sii?*??. after saw yeas* of isnjirl
ar* ban na**? a? dweus? taau tay eeabsasy
honey aewooeer aWrrwwe snassd Cj pjSns
dranss wtrb Kakau es i* tm srmm? . ia*
hk Oky CKorches
Allen Avenue Cbrist!an Church?The pas?
tor, the Rev Henry Pure? Atkins, will
preach twice. Morning subject. "Christian
Inspiration"; at ntsht. 'The Witness ef the
T. C Discs, of the Virginia State SnnSar
School Association, will rp<alr thta momma
In the Seventh street Christian Church. To?
night the Bev. w H. Smith, of the Foreign
M.'e.ionary Board, will preach.
Bosianlag to-day the afternoon servtoeo tn
the Monumental Episcopal Church will be?
gin at 4 o'clock ;na:ead Of ? o'clock. The
Rev. John Meem. of Braatl. will preach la
The Sunday aeheel ef All Paints Episcopal
Church will he reopened this morning; at
? J0 o'clock tn tha pariah bouae on Madison
Centenary hfotbedlet Cbarch?The paster. I
the Rev. w. J Tounp. D. Dl. win preach '
this morning on the subject. "The Re.lgtcj* ;
Challenge of the Reur." Is the evening. "A i
Fcir That Is Alwaya On."
Sunday-acboel rails, day exercises will be
held this moraine la the Bread Street Meth?
odist Church at ? SO o'clock. The Rev. W. J.
Touar. D. D . will deliver the address.
Monument Methodist Church?The pastor
will preach this morning ob tha subject.
Trees of Righteousness"; at nicht, **1*ap?
The Rev Alexander T. Bowser will presch)
ilil* mornini In the First Onltartea Church,
subject. "Sutferlng an Essential Element Id
Grace Street Baptist Church?-The pastor,
the Rev. L'oyd T. Wi'.aon. will preach this
morning en the subject. "Qood Cheer fo?
Troubled Souls", at night. "Humanities
The Rev. Daetd Presets. Tt. D. of the
Th'rd Christian Chareh, wtll speak to meat
I only thta afternoon at trat o'clock in the
Rai.road T. kt C A. Subject. "The Last
Hours la the Ufa of a Prominent, Popular,
I hut Pliant Politician"
"Life. Death and Heraafter" wtll be the
! subject of an- address this afternoon la the
' Victoria Theatre. South Richmond, by Prof.
: P. 8. U Johnson, ST Brooklyn. S. T.. speak
, ins under the ausplcea of ih? International
i Bible Students" Aaaoclatleo.
I P'O-f. B. A. BeKlnney. of Maaeey Business
'"':>!?. win speak on The Ladder of Sue*
1 eesaf" this afternoon la the ToSby of tha
, Youas kfan'a Christian Association kuildln?
1st 1:3? o'clock. The Boys' Sunday Afternoon
?";ub wtll mast in the boys* Ibtthy at 1:SB
Wew Orleans. October k? la his last roe
I port the secretary of the New Orleans Oot
? ton Exchange shows that the amount et
I cottsa brought lato stght during the Srst ST
days ef the present season wss 1.M2.2S7 bales,
a decrease under the same period last year
of 112,776 bales. The exports were 8*3.07*
bales, a dcrease ef lsMSt bales The takings
were, by Northern spinners. ttffg kales, a
decrease ef 11.77*. bales: by Pout hern sptn
assSj pSJfj bales, an In crease of U.ta hajaSg
EAT WITHOUT FEAR!" NO SICK, SOUR,
GASSY STOMACH OB INDIGESTION.
Do some foods you eat hit back?taste good, but work badly, ferment into stub*
born lumps and cause a sick, sour, gassy stomach? Now. Mr. and Mrs. Dyspeptic^
jot this down: Pape's Diapepsin digests everything, leaving nothing to sour and upsen
you. There never was anything so safely quick, so certainly effective. No difference
how badly your stomach is disordered you will get happy relief in five minutes, bat.
what pleases you most is that it strengthens and regulates your stomach so you can)
eat your favorite foods without fear.
Most remedies give you relief sometimes?they are slow, but not sure. Dia-*
pepsin is quick, positive and puts your stomach in a healthy condition so the miaus4
won't come back.
???. OA* HBAKTBU
C. Lumsden A San, Inc.
mJmdm? At tke Southern PtofUT
731 East Main Street.
Invite your rrau^tpua, of the tatest deatfM
In Jewelery, Silverware and
Fine Cut Ghee
mm the prieas are i
Planati ni liksJy to be
We hss** sjjsjsrjr incxpeissivw hwt daiatjr Hi
bssa, arfckh ?HD snake eacdkat pft*. TUs tt rive
i (wt rast what
Oar store is the
whs** hi the city.
CLmmuden A Sen, he, 731 ?