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Auditor Satisfied Grand Juries
Will Closely Study Assess?
STATE BOARD MEETS TO-DAY
'Agricultural Body to Have !^cs
Judging- from the Information re?
ceived to this time. State Auditor C.
Lee Moor* is satisfied with the reauH
of hl? appeal to the courts to en
farce the revenue laws. In Isle ef
Wight the tax returns were given l>y
ths Judge to the grand jury, that body
proceeding at onee with Its investi?
gation. When other parts of the State
are heard from, it is expected It will
be found this procedure obtains to
But In most Instances the Judge*
ebow a desire to read the circular
letter sent out by the Auditor and to
Study his figures and their significance
fcefdra presenting the matter to the
Brand Jury. This plan Is being fol?
lowed hp Judge V C. Richardson in
the Hastings Court of Richmond, snd
by Judge R. Carter Si ail in the Cir?
cuit Court of Henrico County. Special
grand Juries may be aummoned at any
time, and this will be done by these
courts as soon aa the judges have se
familiarised themselves with the situs-,
tloa a? to make a suitable chsrge to
the grsnd Jurors
Auditor Moore ssld yesterday that a'
mistake has been made in some man- '
r.er regarding his poettlon toward'
Richmond taxpayer*. He has no list -
of tax dodgers to send to the court, j
nor has he any communication other j
than the letter and figures mailed'
last Saturday. It Is not his Intention, j
he ssld yesterday, to single out any I
persons as making false I a I Si ?, that |
elng the duty of the courts.
BOARD MEETS TO-DAY
Asdltfeg .CeSBsaSSSBS ?? Aarrtealtare I
Failed of Cyna rasa Yesterday.
The State Board of Agriculture wlllj
Bold Its sesat-aasrsal meeting in the
?"apltol this morning mt 11 e'elseB
Many matters sw-alt Its attention.:
mainly routine In their nature
The auditing committee of the board [
should have u?et yesterday snd
a mined the accounts of the depart-j
ment, but a quorum was not present.;
and this work was postponed to to-'
? - - - - I
Falling Hair Ceases. Scalp Itch Van- *
ishes, New Hair Grows Profusely ?
aad Becomes Fas?
Money Back If It Doesn't
Don't say "I've read all that before"?
just go to your deader right awav, lav :
down 90c, say, "I want a bottle of th.it
PARISIAN SAGE that so many sensible
people are using." Then take it home
snd use it as directed, end then if you arc
not satisfied that it is just as advertised,
take back the empty bottle and your
money will be refunded.
"Pretty risky offer," you'll say; not at
all; dealers know just what PARISIAN" |
SAGE will do sad have the promise of,
the American makers, the Giroux Mfg.
Co.. of Buffalor N". Y.. that they will back
htm up in his strong guarantee. Pretty
fair and aqua re offer, isn't it?
Mrs. I. G. Franklin. Fulton. Mo . i
writes: PARISIAN" SAGE eradicates!
dandruff, cleans the scalp and makes the
heir fluffy aad beautiful: also, is a good
hair grower. I shall continue to use it as 1
long as it gives such perfect satisfaction." j
Ask for PARISIAN' SAGE Hair Tonic j
aad firmly refuse substitutes. The girl
with the suborn hair is on every package ?
aad your druggist will tdl you that j
Parisian Sage is a splendid hair dressing!
free frees poisonous lead or other danger
ejjsj irurredients. Tragic Drug Co. gnar- |
enter it.?Advertisement j
tot your Borne
Fill llslS iJtKL ON YOUR GOODS.
BsSaxSiS aaaxtfsT^ MADISON BIS
DOUBLE STATE FAIR PROGRAM
RICHMOND DAY TO'DAY RICHMOND DAY
Come Early?Something Doing Every Minute-Stay Late
SEE THE ELECTRIC SCORE BOARD
The Great World's Series-Play by Play Each Day
day. BerkL D. Adams, of Charlotte,
president of the board, is here.
Reward la Paid.
The Governor yesterday ordered a
reward of |194 paid to L D. Rey?
nold-, o' May Beury. ?V. Va.. for in?
formation wbirh led to fjke apprehen
I sion of Kinney fie?'?>? who is
ehai *.-<-d with the minder of a man
named 1'ujrgins in Carrort County.
Wasted aa Vrloas (barge.
A r^'jul*ition was lss-jej yesterday
on Governor William E- Giaa-scock for
collide Scott, wanted in Iiinwiddle
<'o';nty on a --harge.of a capital crime
aaalnst a child ond'r the age of four?
teen yarn. Scott Is In Jail at Hin
ton. Sheriff John W. Galusha. of IJin
vviddie, went for him.
Annual State Convention Will'
Be Formally Opened
[Special to The TImes-Dlsnatrh.]
ilai risonburg. Va.. October 9.?The
afternoon trains to-day brought in a
majority of the delegates to the seven?
teenth annual State convention of the
United Daughters of the Confederacy,
which will be formally opened to-mor?
row mornii.g In Assembly Hall. Addi?
tional visitors are expected to-morrow
morning. Nearly 30b are expected to
attend the exercises wfajch wiU con?
tinue until late Friday night.
To-night the doors of the magnifi?
cent new Presbyterian church on Court'
Square were thiown open and an in?
formal reception was tendered the visi?
tors. Kor an hour or more the mem?
bers of the local chapter, together with
other representative women of the
town and community, met socially the
The Presbyterian Church, which was
completed a year or two ago. Is aa
elegant structure, and is located Im?
mediately across the street from the
famous F.-ockingham County Court-,
house, in the assembly hall of which
the convention proper wUl hold forth
for the next three days.
Situated in the heart of the histori?
cal Valley of Virginia, the granary of
the Civil War as well as the arena of
some of its most famous battles. Ha - -
risonburg is peculiar!--- fitted for the
annual meeting place of the Daughters
of the. Confederacy. Jest to the north
is New Market, and a few miles esst is
Port Republic and also Cross Keys To
the west are the Alleghsnlea to the
rest Is the Bine Ridge, the two moun?
tain ranges that played each aa im?
portant part In the fortunes of the
The music of the three-day cenven
non will be aa unusual feature. A
chorus composed of nine s-^pranis, flee
tenors, three altos and flee bass voices
will Intersperse the literary sad his?
torical numbers of the program srlth
choice selections. A splendid ocbee
tra. led by Mrs. Imogens Avle Palmer,
will ac-ompsny the chorus. And the
Dally News Band of twenty-five pieces
will lead its sid
The real battle of the convention?
and the only battle?will be fought
Krldsy. when the annual election of
officers wlU be held. Naturally there
Is e keen rivalry for the honors to be
distribute* by sock an orgaatsatfen as
the Daughters of the Con'ederscy?and
especially In Virginia
To-morrow ei?ratng the e?>etilng ad?
dresses wlB be made and In tee af?
ternoon annual reports will be read ay
the nreg> ofJWrs A ?ception st the
State N 11was School will follow, and at
stich? the histories I aye wing of the
convent b?t? will he b-kl The festers af
this win he i>r Wet lasers lew tare *n
Stnneeall JerkeorTs VsHy
"Jews ed ihr red ? es set j.
?"h?rlotte?v||le. Vs . Ortober ???*"*
Hearr Jones. professor of moral
philosophy st Olssgow Psd'slgUr.
Seotlat-d wss the soeat Vester -
dsv of pree'eVnt and Mrs. Alderman.
>ir ll-nri stopped off Bere en Ms way
lo Houston. Tea . where he wfU he
a* the tnaegeral m* lasers at the i
?< ??emi' festival of the VCIlTtam M I
Rtre Iwatltute He was shown sheet
the f-g veraitv of Vtrrtole. and hedsre j
lea-. In? for the So.it h be *S*d fiat he j
wss dellsrhted w'th the bessty and
dignity e( the sal versify
rvefeweor wnifcam Holding Edboes
left st woew v eat er ear fee Hu setae. He
of Virginia et the opening of the Rice
Institute, sad wttl stake owe ef the
prtaeipst eddreeaew _ Caen hm refwrs
to f aaarlettesvlite. Professor ewbess
win tit' a |eet?r? a hoot the I sat It at*
seid the work It Is sSstlssi to do far
TB* I ntrersity of Virginia branch
ef the AT* an faetitate ef
DAISY LEIOS HS
I Voters at the Fair Pick It as)
Proper Emblem for
The William Ruff nor Schoo] Mother**;
Club has taken up in earnest the ques- !
i 11 on of a State flower for Virginia.1
I Cnder the direction of Mrs. William)
1 Gemme!, president, a place has been'
provided in one of the booths near
the Industrial Building at the State!
Pair where all visitors may register!
their preference In regard to a floral!
emblem for the State. Up to last!
night about 3?n votes had been oast,
of which seventy-five were in favor
of the daisy.
As close second to the daisy came
the white rose, while the ps-nsy. the
magnolia, and even the goldenrod haA
a number of followers. Only resl
( dents of Virginia are allowed to vote
in the contest, and but a' small propor
| tton of taeSM have Bo far made their
! aeleetton. The voting Place will be
I maintained until the close of the fair
* in the hope that an increasing nuin-;
her of !*ersons will take an interest;
in it. j
The plan of the cluh is to get as.
many persons as possible to express
themselves during the fair and men.
to ask the school children ? ' the State,
to make their choice. A correct cri-'
terion of sentiment over the State may;
thus be obtained. |
HEALTH OF RAILROAD MEN
Dr. a C. tVevy Win Me "piss-ir at Wext
Mtittag of Cht?. I
! "The health of railroad men la the city
; snd on the rosd" wilt he the euhjeet of sn
address to he delivered by Dr. B. C. Levy
before 'he Richmond Railroad Clnb at its
next reanlar meeting October *. The city
heslth officer will he the priaetsal speaker!
Inf the evening
1 A resolution will be voted neon, having for I
Its object a rhaag? of the meeting time
from the serond Friday in each month to j
the second Monday.
After .hf^M Her Heakk, Makes
Lybns. Ky.?"For 30 years I was a
! noted invalid.'* says Mrs. Martha Dingus
I of this place "I believe I had every ail
(mewt that my sex is subject bp.
We consulted numerous doctors, as
j wefl as traveled a great deal, tbiakmg k
; would bersrat my health, but all of Una
? did me very little good.
Finally I was taken down with what I
'thought was heart trouble. I used all
j kinds of rnedicifie, but got no better,
i I then cmunwared taking Caldern, the
aoman's tonic, aad have been ateaddy
Tnough aow 46
yean old. I am m better lamfch than I
have been in 30 years, aad I gyve Cardoi j
the credk lor at. I fed k my duty to m-.
fona you what k has done tor me.
No matter a? year trowbtr. baa reached a
critical stage, don't gear ap before rtaraw
Cardan a trial.
Yob coaMa't fee la
n draw Mrs. Damus, aad
Catdai b) composed of maaty
i which act daferdy. in a
Avers in Remote Counties?Try- j
ing to Arouse Voters in
General Rufus A. Ayers, who ig try?
ing to reach every voter in the Ninth;
District, will spend the remainder o*!
this week in Dickenson and Buch- j
anan Counties, far from the railroad.i
where he will speak to many people
who would otherwise have no oppor?
tunity to h?ar him. He has appoint
mente at Grundy, Sand Lick and Clint
In the court-bouse of his home |
county, at Wise, a rally will be held;
next Monday. General Avers will be j
-assisted there by Senator Claude A.
During the remaining four weeks
of the campaign efforts will be made
to arouse the interest of the voters i
in those sections of the State where j
the Democratic candidates for Con- j
gress have no opposition, or where the i
Republicans or Progressives have only
nominal fights. Henry C. Stuart'
speaks nex?. week at Luray. Wincnes
i ter and Harrtsonburg. Congressman j
i James Hay will continue bis campaign
of the Seventh District, covering War-'
ren County this week and many places j
In Frederick and Shenandoah Coun-?
ties next week. Congressman H. D.I
Flood la buay in the Tenth. He wlll|
address Highland County audience
to-day and to-morrow. Mr. Flood will j
be in Buckingham Saturday and Am-'
Congressman Carter Glaas invades I
the rockrlbbed Republican county ofj
Floyd next Wednesday. The only i
sally planned In the Third District J
ao far to at Midlothian Saturday.
Julien C. Andereon * Co. (Tide.). Rich?
mond. Capital, avete ta tl*.**? Julian C.
Anderson, president, Barton Height* Vs.:
H. T. Bubaak. treasurer: R. F. Gaaklns. sec?
retary. Richmond Object: Real estate busi?
The Oersetha Fish Company 'lac), Oar
gatha. Va. capital, ti.ate to Siesta. D. Web?
ster Barnes, president: J. E Berry, viee
pnsMoat: W. D. Adams, secretary??J! at
Hardwood Fleeriag Company ant), Roan.
Ohe. Va. Capital. tS.*W to Staate S. D.
Ferguaon. president; H. O. Spangler. vice
president. J. A. Martin, secretary?all of
Community Comiglasary fine >. Richmond,
capital, fl.ate te tw.aaj. Michael Doyle,
president. New T?rk: f H Rltenoor. vlce
prealdent. Richmond; Martha Barry, secre?
tary aad treasurer. Bew Tora.
Amendment to ?harter Southern Bell Tele?
phone aad Telegraph Company of Vtrgtnm.!
changing Its same to the Chesapeake aad
Potomac Telephone Company, east teerei
Ing Its capital from PLaSMM to CM.tea.ee).
Amendment to charter Wlngo. Bllett *
Cramp Shea Co . decreasing its capital frees
COURT ASKED TO
rSporlal to The Times-Dispatch ]
Marion, Va. October k?The
of Supervisors, at its meeting here to?
day. ? iddad ta ask the Circuit Court
of Smyth County, at the November
term, to order aa election aa the ease
tJoa of issuing f ltt.ee? S par cent
thirty-year bonds for
?al district, aad f 71, tee
for St. Claire msgisterlal district far
hag the roads of the dtatrtoaa. As the
' law pi a fleas that the order shall
aate the rases to he improved,
board appointed the following
snlttee for Marlea district. J. P>.
fey. R a Ooehiby. w. C Copeahavrr. I
Der S. V. SwarrTTL W. E. Orooi. J. A.
Grus? el bos. George C Cmhargor. G O.
Killlager F ?V Ehivt*. & W. Grube. E.
T. Sprtakle, i. T. Atkins. B. T. Craw. J ]
? Waaaam ami J A Brier. J. l> C Aa-1
Sei aap. D. C Gonehon. W. Jt. MeGhee.
R M Cs pea haver. James aad J. T.
Far S*. Chair etat i lei Mai lie ft a
?pa. R. x. ?aahagi. j. d Oapiaha
D T pahari. T. 1? Cwrrta. d i.
BTaakenberkler. George W West. I*!
at Chhaishsn. R W. Orlftttta. A. dJL
SliH. C !? PammafM J. W. Lasts.
Rale I. w. Dwttoa aad) R M.
erftb Che preapi ahg thee*
a meeting of the eittseua of the oauaty
at the court bouse auditorium Seterdey.
October 12. far the sarg?a of in gsatB
?aar a eouaii ?geht ms Sa association,
ft to expected that aate speakers eflli
to asa?tlssa, A
of n*# ape was voted ta
FOR CURRENT SEASON
Beginning of Larger Purpose of
University to Serve State in
Chariottesvllie, Va., October 8.?Presi?
dent Aldermai: has announced the
University of Virginia extension lec?
tures for the current session. In doing
so he said:
"Our Republic can no longer rely on
an unlimited quantity of untouched
wealth, but must depend upon skill
and training for the proper develop?
ment of its resources. The times call
imperatively, therefore, for educated
leadership, whose greatest need will be
knowledge and the discipline' of exact
"The ultimate mission of the State
University .in America will be to sup?
ply this trsining. not only to the for?
tunate few who csn repair to its walls,
">ut to all the people who constitute
the life of the State. Universities
must, therefore, in a peculiar sense
draw nearer to the people, young and
aid. in helpfulness and service. This
.a an old philosophy. Indeed, but In-1
; formed now by a new and vigorous;
spirit which will be satisfied with
! nothing lese than a complete and per?
"University extension is the name
given to this great connecting link
?etweon every part of a university and
.he actual conditions of life in the
State which the university exists to sld
and strengthen. The fundamental
?deal of University extension is the
? deal of service to democracy as s
vhole. rather than to Individual ad
"The University of Virginia founded
oy the greatest? Individualist and Demo
-rat of the age. would be strangely
false to Its origin and genius If it I
did not seek to illustrate this Idea.
It has. of course, for years sought
to render such service In Indirect
fashion and with limited means It Is
now undertaking to inaugurate the
great system in a more direct fashion.
with the hope that the- encouragement
it receive* will enable it to overcome
all obstacles and to realise the great
democratic purpose of bringing the Uni?
versity to every fireside and home In
the Commonwealth. This sort of Unl
> verslty extension necessitates large
means, but when its advantages to the
elevation of standards and life In the
Commonwealth are seen, a sagacious
and generous people will not fail, I
believe, to provide for the maintenance
of so vital an enterprise
"These extension lectures are but
a beginning of a larger purpose of
this university to serve the State in
helpful ways." '
Dr. W. H- Heck, of the department
of education, has" general charge or
the course. He will receive requests
for lectures and will assign the lec?
turers. The course offered Is as fol?
R H. Dabney. professor of history?
"The Influence of the Past Upon the
J. 8. Daria, professor of the practice
of medicine and pediatrics?"Alcohol
and the Human Body."
A. BL Dohle, professor ef lew?
"Judges as Arbiters of English "
Graham Edgar, associate professor
of chemistry?"The Industrial Tri?
umphs of Modern Chemistry."
W. H- Faulkner, professor of Ger?
manic languages?'"German University
Thomas FltxHugh. professor of Latin
?"Greek and Roman Ufa"
J. C. Flippen, professor of clinical
W. M Forrest, professor of Blbical
history and literature?"The Literary
Influence of the English Bible."
J. S. Graaty. adjunct professor of
economic geology-"The Origin sad
Age of the Earth"
W. H. Heck, professor of education?
"Heredity and Education."
L G. Hexten, associate professor of
physics?(a) "Liquid Air and Some
Properties of Matter at Low Tempera?
ture." or (b) "Spinning-Tops,"
W. M. Huntley. adjunct professor of
political science?'Education tor Citlet,
H. E. Jordan, professor of histology!
and embryology?"The Effect of Waal
Upon the Tjece."
C. W. Kent, professor of English*;
literature?"Literature and Travel."
W. A. Kepner. adjunct professor
biology?<a) "Animal Adaptations."
<b) "Animal Activities."
W. a. Lambeth, professor of hygfenejj
?"How to Know the Trees."
Albert Lefevre. professor of philoso-rf
Phy?"Some Common Errors in Think-.'
C. Q. Maphis. professor of secondary}
education?"The High School as a 80*4
w. T. Myers, adjunct professor eS
English literature?"Literary Haunts^
T. W. Page, professor of economics?*
C. A. Smith, professor of English?(ah
I "What Literature Can Do* for Ton," 0?
; (b) "The New Method of Learning to)
Use the English Languafe Effectively.'*
C. M. Sparrow, adjunct professor 08
W. M. Thornton, professor of ape
plied mathematics?"Good Roads."
A. H. Tuttle, professor of biology?*
"The 8tudy of Living Things."
T. L? Watson, professor of geology *
"The Mineral Resources of Virginia"
Fa IT. Webb, professor of Greek?4
"The Life of the Ancient Greeks."
C. N. Wunder, adjunct professor oS
astronomy?"The Development of the
IaTttattons lassie s>
I Frederlcksburg. Va. October 8.?Mr.
land Mrs C. W. Jones, of "Elmhurst."
I this city, have Issued invitations to the
; marriage of their daughter. Miss Grace
i Cunningham Jones, to Lewis PUeber.
I of Richmond. The wedd'ng will take
place In the Baptist Church here on
the evening of Tuesday. October 33.
St 6:30 o'elo-i.
Building sad repair permits were laaai Sj
yesterday as follows:
I T. B. Chalkier, to erect a two-etory frame
[addition in rear of CM*i North Twenty-third
[Street, to cost SSM.
! Mrs. Frances Bellenot. to erect a one-story
'brick addition is front ef 117? West Mass
I Street, to coat Site
Dr. Ban M. Besebre. to erect s three-stems'
[brick dwelling 417 West Grace Street, t*V
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