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mwnj StOm^mi Ska OX Caton Sets
d&vMural Ian New Tkidt
It** Reynolds and Thirty-fourth
Street. Savanah. Ga.?"My head began
to get aore. and all around the edges
got white with the disease, until I was
quite seared. 1 thought all my hair
would drop out. It came out by hand?
ful*, and my head Itched so 1 nearly
scratched the skin off. It was full o?
dandruff, which showed plainly in say I
"1 also hsd trouble, with my hand.
It peeled every time I put it in water,
and it was so badly disfigured that
everybody noticed it and asked me
what it was. It was red and burned
awfully. My mother tried several
things, but they were unsuccessful, utul
it seemed aa If nothing did it any goo3
until I started to use Outicura Soap
and Ointment. I washed my ha'.r with
the Cuticura Soap and applied the Out?
icura Ointment afterward. It had
lasted about four wet ks. but then it
started getting well and my hair
stopped falling completely. Now it
is cured. My hair is now nice and
thick and 1.? growing to a nice lengtX
Lots of people tell me how thick ray
hair is getting. I aslo used the Cut?
icura Soap and Ointment for my tianiJ
and completely cured lt.' tSignedi
Miss Kettle M Jones. Nov. S. 1911.
A single hot bath with Cuticura Soap
and a gentle anointing with Cuitlcura
Ointment are often sufficient to affora
immediate rel:ef In the most diMressins
cases of skin and scalp diseases when
?II else falls. Sold throughout the
world. Liberal sample of each mailed
free, with 32-p. Skin Book Address
post-card. ??Cuticura. Dept. T. Boston 1
Tender-faced men should use Cut! ?
sura Soap Shaving Stick. 25 cents.
South Carolina Editor Engages
in Battle as Result of
[Special to TBe Times-Dispatch.]
Anderson, S. C, November 16.?V. B.
Cheshire, editor of the Anderson In?
telligencer, was shot and seriously
wounded, J. A. Muilins was shot in
the arm, and W. J. Muldrow narrowly
escaped death In an altercation in Mul
drow'g office her? to-day. To-day's
snooting was a sequel to an encounter
brought about by the publication in
the Intelligencer of an article to which
Muldrow took exception. In the for- ;
mer encounter Cheshire was attacked j
w#th a billet by IfUldrOW.
Cheshire Is said to have entered Mui- I
drow'j office to-day and fired two |
shots at him. The first went wild. ;
and the second was diverted by the j
interference of Muilins. Muil'ns re- j
ceivid a bullet in the arm. Muldrow j
secured a pistol from his desk and.
?oisened on Cheshire. Two bullets I
penetrated t'heshire's ab?ome? and two '
inflicted flight wounds in his arm. j
Muldrow's court was pierced by sev- 1
eral bullet? said to have been fired
through a window by R. L. Cheshire,
Jr.. brother of V. B. Cheshire.
V. B. Cheshire Is in a critical condi?
tion at a local hospital. R. L. Cheshire ?
was arrested, but later released on
PN bond. j
STEAMEB STRIKES WRECKAGE.
Thea Springs Aleak sad I? Beached?Pa*-|
stager* Taken Off in Launch.
[Special to The Tim?? I>i?pa* h )
Cape <"'*!?r!e?. Va . November St.?-T?t pas- I
s?ng*r and ireight steamer l*ocemohe, of,
'kc Baltimore. Ca?pis be and Atlantic
Hil'Toad. i:; charge of duta.a t^-uctr Ha. 1.
lM> jnd fror.-, snow Bill, li-l te Baltimore, I
which >ft =now HI.: a: Iii? o'clock this'
morning ran bits wreckage Is shoal ?*'.er
in Pocumikr ?uund jut: a?t.r :eevir.g r'avi!"
tslsrd Whar:. and peaccered a .?:??.?
bettom sf the ? ??amer. cau'Ins a Irak The i
steamer wne i.-... bed a? sooji a? ih? >ak '
wss discover. ', on the Igarylaad .-.lUc of Po-|
eoni'.'k? Sound Onry two >^s.?.-ngfrs -at:, i
aboard ?t !h- -imc of the ao !d< nt, Mrs. J !
T. W-a^r sad Mrr vi K il.es. >..:h of I
fiaxi? Is?sad. '-. route to Oaaseeck. i
Bsstrese slrns * wre displayed sad a !
gasolene host was sent out to the all o'
the disabled stearueg 'r..m r-.,\:!. ? ?
pa?eng?r* ^e--^*orci? to Ts I Is W'i-irl
The steamer I?' eetfr'siightl] dasssged
?11: be ah> ?.??> proceed w m..ur ai repairi
an be assdj
LOTUS CLUB REMS
TAFT'S SWAN SONG
(Continued From First Page.)
but it is responsive to a public demand,
and therefore lets propose it.
"it is contrary to my own love of
the dear old Constitution to suggest
any alteration in its terniK. lest It be
regarded as a reflection upon, or a
criticism stf that which has been i>ul
tu the sacred use f?r 1S? years ot
maintHtniiiK liberty regu.atoil by law.
and the guarantees or tin righto of
the minority and the individual BSdsM
I the rule of the majority. But resist*
ing to the modern habit, and just to
I show that, ihmigh I am a conservative,
j 1 a:n not a reactionary. I venture the
suggestion that it would aid the effi?
ciency of the executive and centre "Is
energy and attention and that of his
?..Imidin., ii .- in the latter part Ins
administration upon what is a purely
disinterested imblic service, if he were
made ineligible after serving one term
of six years either to a succeeding or
a no noons ecutive term.
"1 am a little specific la this matter
because it seems necessary to be so in
order to be understood I don t cure
how uuajnbittou* or modest a President!
is; I don't care (vow ueterm.ned he is
that as himself arts) not secure his
BjenSsasrtssa IsSsd there are very few,
indeed, who go to that extent), still
his salsnrdWiatss equally interested
with him in re-eleotion. will, when?
ever they haw the opportunity, exert
their laflaence and divide their time
between the public service and the ef?
fort to secure u chiefs nomination and
rr sisiitton it Is difficult so pre vast
the whole administration from losing
a part of its effectiveness for the public
good by this diversion to political ef
lort far at least a year of the four of
eacn administration. This made im?
possible by law, 1 can see no reason
why the energy of the Preaident and
all hSs subordinate* might not be di?
rected rather to making a great record
of efficiency from the firs: and only
term, instead of seeking a second term.
Pour years is rather a short time in
which to work out great government
"Another suggestion | would make
is that legislative steps should be taken,
for th-re ijj nothing in the Constitution
t" forbid it, bringing more closely to?
gether the operation of the executive
and the legislative branches. The
studied effort to maintain these
branches rigidly separate la I think,
a mistake, l would not add any more
actual power to the executive In legis?
lative m.itters, nor would I give the
executive any more actual power in
executive matters. The veto, on the
one hand, and the confirmation of ap?
pointment and ratification of treaties,
on the other. I would not change. Put
it does* seem to me that they need not
be at arms' length, as they now are
under our present system.
Keep C'vagreea Informed.
?It has been proposed twice in our
history, after the fullest consideration
by some of the wisest statesmen we
have ever h^l. to pass a law giving to
each department head a seat in the
?Senate and the House, and the right
to enter into the discussion of the
proposed legislation In either of the
national legislative bodies. This would
keep CongTess much better informer
as to the actual conditions In execu
Uve departments, it would necessitate
the appointment to the Cabinet of men
Msed to debate and to defend their poei
Mon. and it would offer an opportunity
for the public to Judge of the execu?
tive and the government much more
justly sad much more quickly than un?
der our present system. The ignorance
ihat Congress has at times of what
?s actually going on in executive de
aartasenta is frequently brought sharp?
ly to the attention of competent ob?
'"The rules of the two house*, as 11
am advised, prohibit the use of abusive
language by one member against an-1
other. A somewhat close examination!
?>f the rules, however, of both rsiuses!
does not show that there Is any limrta- |
tion upon the parliamentary eharac- j
ter of the language w hich may be Ji- I
rected against the President. A* to
him. the members pursue their own i
sweet will, and ?.hat some-times leads!
them !nto langnag<e and epithetical
aV scrtwtsea of the chief executive that
could hardly lie called complimentary, i
' If members of the Cabinet were al- I
l -.v- l or: the floor, th ir very presence!
would suggest the possibility of r-ply I
or moderation in discussing the admin- I
.stration which does not at all times
; . - v .t: i The ?tro-ig-est reason for ad-!
vocating th.* chance, howtret, la that
the influence the elocative shall have
:n shaping legislation shall be more in
baiUMUS with the responsibilities that
the people hold bins to in respect to it. j
ffe is the head of the party that i
elected him. and as such, if Congress j
j s controlled by the sam- nnllSlial
party, a* it generally is, he is looked I
?, , :?. shape f*;. e,.;iirr.-s*i,,na! policy'
and to secure th>- psssaasje of the ?/tat-'
Utes ? hieb th- party platform ha? I
? ?? .-.I. .-<?-. : -. assuring J-.r:r,-i*a
Abundance of Glorious
Hair (or Every Woman
Delightful Tonic That Stopa Scalp Itch Over Night; Pre
vents Hair From Falling and Eradicates Dandruff.
Just ry,b Parisian H.iir T n-.r
to-night and in half an h*.ur 'he ?iullnt
in your hair v. ill gone tad hair f ill ? f
life will have t.iken it- c
No ?otrui; who < an > amthfn$ i
h?-r appc-arati-" ? ' ' - *? '
Parisian Sagt Vo r if you
waat your lmr to obtain th< maximum
of beauty \?i other prrporatiori <^n
give k tav lustre thai and or
the other h iri': ?? ? ? ?
\\"m?-n. men .?rui ?.hiidrtn -hould all
? Parisian >iv? M.iir Tonic beraum it
i- ,11 :??-?!.'>!?. f>r? i?iration. Irr*
:r ri'.-.j- l'-a?l <?.- < Tf-.-T dyeing in
<:? <!i? rtt v
I- ?.<?. I- -rt .irr?! fr?r onh V) rent* at
t.f :it .jnd tofltl K'""!
? ? - ? ire ?.? i .;? t the genuine
jjrl *i'h ?h? Autarn h??r i- '
? * evert ?>.t'k:<r? The .\merKan maker*:
r.. Mfi ? i. .?!.,!.. \ V 7ra<lt
['?;.' . V'-.f-rti-a-rncnr
Wa* you U hard up ?or ?? .1! ttxr
b* a b*U'r in thr for -s care
free, morn. Ohr-.-trru- 7:.
Way i? to ?tart mt anuiTue Br i
port of thi- ? eek .- .- s- : ?
account and Uv *?*a> ea<-h ???ic
7 h' :<? ,'?? I. ? ?? .. ?:
until Chri-tm?' V ??? li ? *'-k
? ill ?: ? ?ir ? >ip J , ???'
U M. Habbo f'-e , ]. :
T W Rothen, t* We Pr<?
for <; WJkrr. Id \ \<
w M Gaaaar, Caaaaat
\saets Over Tar? MaUions
Broad Street Bank
The Corley G
213 East Broad Street.
And WILL GO FIVE TIMES FURTHER
Than Any Other Piano Store in Virginia.
LETTER TO THE PUBLIC:?
Realizing that the general public looks forward each year to our ANNUAL
HOLIDAY CLEARANCE SALE and we more than anxious to make this our
banner year have collected the largest stock of high grade pianos ever assembled
under one roof in Richmond. In addition we have many discontinued styles
sample pianos, pianos returned from rental some that are slightly shop worn.
To turn this stock over quickly we have decided to inaugurate this our TWE.V
TIETY ANNUAL HOLIDAY CLEARANCE SALE of pianos at prices and
teems never before approached in the history of piano selling in Virginia.
ANNUAL HOLIDAY CLEARANCE SALE
10 to 40
We Represent and Are Sole Agents for Such Well-Known Makes as
MASON & HAMLIN CONOVER VOSE SCHUBERT CABLE CORLEY KINGSBURY
AND 20 OTHER MAKES
A FEW OF THE MANY SPECIALS FOR MONDAY. NOV. 18 ONLY
10 to 40
THE CORLEY COMPANY,
Open Evenings Until 9 P. M.
213 Ee Broad St
Phone Madison 4181.
that history will right one, will give
one th* just meed of praise, ts con-!
solatory. but it is not altogether sat-1
isfaetory. because the thought suggests ,
itself that the time for remedying the I
injustice may b- postponed until one!
la gathered to his fathers, and when j
he is not then particularly interested
in e.irtnly history uf mundane affairs.
' I think the period for successful
muckrawcking gradually drawing to a
ciose. I hope ?o. Tne evil of tr*- cruel
injusti?.?- that h?s been done to many i
;>>,!?.,. men In this regard will cer-'
? Itself :r. -he future, ar.d we i
must consider that the ebullition in
rnuck-acJiing literature ie only one
of the temporary excesses of th. times,
watch is curing itself by tiring those
?>.-.-.. patrormare formej the motive for
its beginning and rise.
"The presidency l? a great office to
hold I consider that the President
of th? Vnited State, w.-.l paid. His
salary by no means measures the con?
tribution to his means of living which
the generosity of ?'??ngress has offered,
and uniejr? it if th*- policy of Congress
t-. ina*>le him In his four years to j
ea\ ? m< ???>? enough t" lit* in adeq late :
' igr.itv and comfort thereafter, inen
the salary Is all It vught to be.
? ?f f,u:>?, the great and really only
la ? sat.sfaction 'hat one car. have
administration of the great of
n- e sf President Is the thought that
? ?? ? -e e-->ruefhing permanently
BaSM to bia /ellow-e???r.trvmer-.. Tfje
mer? enjoyment ?f the tinsel of office
h eaaaaassal and ^.r.ies? <.r.e .<??? rix
? ..r res,; progress, through the
eserrhsc of presidential power, there
i? litt:, .-as) pleasure Jr. the contem
. ? r.t the holding of that or any
? tf.-? ? l.oa.ver grea' ii. po?. r
j or digi iv or fciirrt It- ;H.?it;..-, ir. th
I rnlnd? ??f meat.
I What are m r rfo:i?a with our ej.
Pies Seatl I am net sure I?r ??sler'?
, r.?!*.'.4 ? ?* leaiirtg with "id. rly men
: ? ;r-,.eri. usefully apply t?
j tfce -restrrent r,f ex - Presided*
"I oraer.e that K.V fr>r.d jit Bryan,
bae SSsStPsaf method of disposing of
'OJr es-Preeideat? Mr Bryar. ha* sot
eia'tlv -he esperieace o- being a
ipTe?;cer.' He r.at beer, a "near? Pres:
?de-.- tlmea. and p seats ty that
; , r - ?? sr. eipe't to apeak of
ar-t ?? .gfct to do with es.J re?
lf? ivaa been very rigor..u? In
r| * ^-.siffi Ir. helplr.r to make ?ie
at ?? i'r.?:t'Ti? ar-i .? I have f'llowd
v ?? a ? .'. ? v hie pvjnite 1e ',r-.-.
sad hla or.rate ?o'nlons. he ,
? *<.rm tb* ?.ff|/e of making m>
- ar. .? r-e-idert aft.
? - . a Wirw m and a m?k<- ?
' ?. 1?r.tS J ! tr *re .> i ?|
? a*>d reap* e?f ii rrtr.r- ? ? ?
. ; :r..i,f lr.?-? ?<* ,.f irlr.i tne
.-?? deatial .-. ?'?f m.ner.ro
. . ? t -,a
..??'..?. . f f?- -.f t h-r d?fc?t'?
?.II ? I ?I e? freal
?, - ,f.?i.1t.?ti? I
?. td? riiaa'e ?'<? ? ' *
? - ?.hat trod* Whv
, J*> ffrvaj, shosi I sr. ah it sreceeaary to
.add to ?he die eeatTTi la the Heaat*
.??e t.- .Srst ona of ?a-IVealoerta I em
lot a to say Tf I mast go and
a aaaaeas- USv ahUvtog I ?refsr la mm
by the chloroform or lotas method. It's
pleasanter and it's less drawn out."
Killed Near I.ywbborg.
Lyn'hburg. Vs.. November H.?Lu<-ian
Hamift. aged twenty-four, a local shoe
?*orker. ??s killed this afternoon on th*
Norfolk and Western twit Just outside of the
rlt>. when he fell through a freight train
on which he was riding The man lived
near whe. e he was kll'ed. His body was
not dTs'-nvered until another train was about
to oaas over It.
Get Rid of
Piles at Home
Try This Home Treatment?Abso?
No matter how long you've been suf?
fering or how bad you think your case is,
send at once for a free mal of the a-ondrr
ful Pyramid Pik Remedy. Thousands i
afflietid as bjdly or worse than you trace |
their quk k recovery to the day they began
using thi- marvrloiisly successful remedv.
Pyramid Pile Remedy gives instant, I
blessed reiief Pain disappears, inflam?
mation and swelling suicide, and you are!
il?le to ?<?rk again as comfo-tablv as!
though you had never been affin red at I
.?11 It may save the expense and danger!
?.I a Mir?;it.il ?^jr-ratKin.
Just M-nd in I he evasion hrloa with j
\?.tir name and addrt ^s . >n a slip d paper!
rh? IVrarnirl l)riig ( ??., 42<) Pyramid
Hldi; . \lar?hall. Mi<h . and a sample will
? -< ni you V REE It ail! sho?- \<m
n.nclusivtly ?hat Pvrarnid Pile Remedy
do Then you can get the regular
:..r kage for 50 cents st any drug store.
r>oo> suffer saofhsr needless rafarate.
Wnte now Advertisement
Free Pile Remrdv
?a .Me r.samil iswa mm* aWaaa
In latewt styVs.
SHOOT OP TRAIN
Charleston. W. Vs.. Xovemoer 16 ?
-Striking miners attacked * special
pass?*;?i?r train on the Cs/b'n Creek
braea n of the Cingsapeakc and Ohio
Railroad to-night. A numoer of snot*
( were fired, but no person was injured.
Adjutant-<i*-neral Charles D. Klilot. a
'. squad of soldiers ami several opera*
tors were on the train at the time.
I Keports reached here at a late hour
that' 500 armed rqiners have assembled
on the north side of the Kanawha
River outside th<e strike zone. It ?s
sali they intend to attack the militia,
now stationed on Cabin Oreea.
Four companies of militia are now
on duty in the martial law zone. About
1.000 strikers, it is said, are In the
zone, most of them living; In tents
furnished hy the United Mine Workers
Freak W. Werses.
Williamsbure;. Va. November 1*.?
Frank W. Warner, a noted chicken
fancier, who. during the past summer
and for a couple of years past, has
visited all the poultry "hows of Im
nortanee in the Mate, where his fowls
wer? prize winners, died tnts after?
noon in his home at "Port Arthur.'"
on Jam-s River, several miles out in
.lames C!t>. Mr Warner hav. b?-en ill
only a few days of kidney dtsea-i-. He
was an s<~tlve. progressive man and a
valnabP <ltiz> n lie became a mem?
ber of the WlUtamsburg Business As?
sociation and took an active part in
all movements for the aphuiMing of
the community, Oeing aa a number of
Important committees Mr. Warner
came aara a few years asm from Soutn
Dakota, where at one time ha was a
ateaibSf of the State Legislature He
ts aariim hy hat widow.
-will be composed of two men from the:
hrst team and three from the secondl
The^club will entertain both teams!
at lunch la time for the players to
attend the Carolina-Virginia football i
Wllllamsburg. Va.. ..ov ember 1? ?
About 3 o'clock yesterday morning
fire destroyed the dwelling, barn, out?
buildings and all the personal prop
Deerfreqred by fire.
I erty. including two work horses, be?
longing to A. H Emmerson. who P**x)
I a short distance from WUltamsburg.
j Mr. snd Mrs. Earrnerson were spend?
ing the night on York Rlve r and kn> ??
nothing of their loss till the next da: .
The origin of the Are is unknown,
but is supposed to have been caus.-i
i by an incendiary. On./ a short time?
[ ago. expecting to leave the State. Mr.
I "Immerson had Insured all h's prop?
erty, inclading his horses, for Ii.
IF BILIOUS OR CONSTIPATED,
PLEASE TRY gjg OF FIGS"
Nothing like this delicious fruit laxative to cleanse your stom?
ach, liver and 30 feet of bowels of sour bile, gases,
I poisons and clogged-up waste.
You know when your liver is bad. when |
your bowels are sluggish. You fee! a cer?
tain dullness and depression, perhaps the I
approach of a headache, your *:omarh|
gets sour and full of gas, tongue coated,
breath foul, or you have indigent too. You j
say. ."I am bilious or constipated and I
must take something to-night."
Most p< ? pic -hrink front a physic?
I thev think M raptor o3. caJocnel. silts or
cat flan* pill
It's different with Syrwp of Figs Its
effect is as that of fruit; of eating coarse
food; of exercise Take * tenspooriful of
delicious Syrup of Figs to-night ?ad you
won't realize you have taken anvthing
until morainf. when al the cloned up
waste matter, soar bah and constipation
poisons move oa and oat of your system.
I without pipe, nausea or wcaknes?. Noth?
ing else cleanses and regulates your sour,
disordered stomach, torpid trier and
thirty feet of n-aste-cJogged bowel? like
gentle, effective Syrup of Figv l>on't
think you are dragging yrawself. Beine:
comprised entrrety ?4 lu?*~ious mj*. ?mn-i
and aromatrrv. it cannot cause mjory.
If yonr child i? i-ro*s. sick and feA?Tis?h.
or it* little ?tom.?ch **~>ur. tongtic crated,
give rneup of Fig* jt ..ncc. It's realty M
that r* nrieded To m ik- chiidrrn well jnd
happy again Thv> dearly love it? plrj
Ask your druggist for the full name.
"Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna.'* and
look on the labeJ for the nasne Catsforawi
Fig Syren Company-. That, and that
only, ss the gtneaei. Refuse any other
fig syrnp stihetaote with coswernpt ? Ar?
HERMITAGE GOLF CLUB
Th? m!*?d tonrMn?nt which took i
place Friday at the Herrn! t??-.- fr?lfj
Clus ww a decided mieecas. Not with - 1
standing* the afternoon wan rather ro?i|
for cowifortaMe a-olflng. twenty-four
< nthtialaata played In. the tournament I
Mra. Wtliarw ?ultlTan and Partner.
Joll rerrln. playing one ball twtweea
them, mad* tke rourae in flftv stroke*
whteh waa the Inwmi ?cor?
The n?'?t tournament will b- the
Kr.reniWt Mena handicap whtr-h will
lake place ?Satnrday. Nnverntwr 2*
On Th?r? dar atom In? of Thanka
flfltMt l??< there will 'e a match ax me
at g-olf between a picked tear* of ?v?
m*n from the rniverattr of VI rain la
ead a team freea the mw)?m
Miss Ropers School
FOR THE STUDY Of
Practical and Artistic Dross Making
7 We?t Cmwy Street.
fhrnmi Madteow 7t45-X.