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DE IS AWARDED
or Second Time He Is Credited
With Doing Best Literary
Work of Any Carolinian.
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snail l| ? N .
tmt .s ? itho of "When >|;ljf th eW?
orld I ? M eking Up." wins
vinp lea* tk b< i lit.
y (lei u, Carol) ula i . argp|
is niaio t?. nlghl !. connection with
c thlrti rath ei ? - - ? it.?
Tth Caroline Utei.ind hllsi keel
ia t? in IValtei ii Pare ol .New
rk. ?i. the literary
dress Tk ? Ii khi lecond | Mr.
e has du cup. having pr?vi?
?? Ived .1 for his .tk of
the flint t,, win the cup second
? t n <?
srty of 'he
The literal addreaa by f>- Page
e a !?? ;. Korth c u-oiina'a
I . ??? oe
,r? I I proper
jntryman, ui proper attention to the
ralopirent <-t rural life. "I' j-gefl
ongly th? formation of r jtr] credit
iieties. <?i? tv i rde? of thot of Oer
?try and a the i european couatrlee,
? n- i ? to be
? ?. 01
? -<J.-m ??Deatfc.
JJou??Life's ?fcop \?. i.i.li.?-.
hi PI re?M.j-i. i t ossrdy.
steal toned; at i:mpirr.
he Ernp';e Theatre this week ha?
>ng an 'nnovatlon vh'ch Is draw
large rrowd? to that attractive
fter i vo excellent mition pi-tures |
pu$f. eomejy vKIt 's offered In
re o: the usual vaudeville turns,
bt sprightly chorus elrls upon the
er. and five prln- lpals follow with !
islng song* and patter. The fact
[ the front row. usually empty ?
ure shows. Is packed with bald- '?
as. tells the atory that th.- show ,
hit. Incidentally, It may he rnen- I
led that the blonde and brunette
e.-s do an a'tra'-tlve turn while
sc. ne Is shifted The r.'pe gk'H"':*,
the maiden ''i thx MtM frock re?
ed a beerty amd hand
?uthem Engineering and Construc
i Company. 1 neorporated. Alexan
t. V. W M Mitchell, president,
?es B Wilson. secretary and trea
er. Louisville. Ky . J. Fred Ora*.
I praaldf I. New Albany. Ind Capf?
kleifilaegjat -ia* and Watei Com
y. Chlncoteague. Va. Wll'-Um li?
llehammer, president. H. M. Jo-eph.
i-prciden?. J. R Bayllss, treasutcii
ate Brow n. secretary?all of Lewes.
Capital |M.8*e to IOO.OCi'i.
he Haberdasher. Incorporated. Dan
e. Va. F. ? James, president: J
Womack. aecretary; E. T. Lewis
laurer?all of I.anv.Ue Capital
00 to r
ommereial Bureau of Information
Investigation Company Ineorpar
!, Richmond. Va. S. H. n.iitfrow.
ildent L B Franklin. vlee-preei
t?both of Richmond. Va.; E P
ser. secretary and treasurer,
chburg Capital- $~ 00ft to UM
mendment to charter I'tah lecnn
Corporation. Ftichmond. Va. In-'
I hl? Ii tin- Sounding-Uosrd of the
That marveloisly mellow-toned Instrument that hag created such a
furore In the muslril world It" original, patented construction Insures
a perfect tone register, with a delightfully sonorous singing quality
not possessed by other pianos.
Note.?The oval form?this form of construction?will greatly In
? fSase the volume and sing.nfj quality of the instrument.
IT'S A FACT THAT
Scientific authorities admit its technical superiority ? Musical
artists declare It Is uneoualed m tone?Practical mechanics say
that It Is most strongly constructed.
To appreciate It fully, you must hear It. We'll be pleased to
demonstrate It for you any time.
121 Rast flroad Mreet. - . nhhmond. Vs.
creasing Its maximum capital Cropa
130,000.000 to ?3;>">.000.
S. R. Whites Sons. incorporated.1
Norfolk. V? A M. Whit, president: '
A It. White, trio ?Iggetlgjl; W. S
V'hlte. secretary an<| treasurer?ail of
Norfo'.a Capita'.; |M.tM to JlOv.O'i".
Becker Fruit and Candy Shop. In?
corporated Koanoke. Va. A. J. K>n
naid president, K- f. Becker. vl< < -
president: L* S. Be'ker. treasurer?ail:
of Koanoke. Capital: ll.OOO to J".,C" o ]
Amendment to charter Blair Bai It- I
:ng ?"ompany, Incorporated, QsUeX Va .
increasing r.urrr-cr of directors from
eight to twelve.
Main Street Land ?""orrotatiot.
Riehmond, Va B F. Myers, preslder.-.
R M Smith. Jr.. vice-president. Jam s j
Gordon Pmlth. secretary and iMSsSortr ,
?all of Richmond. Capital: |le,St*1
to 175 000. e 1
The Snenandoah Valley Orchard i
Company. Incorporated. Staunton. Va '
J C. Parhall. president. Staunton. Va
M. L? .-?r.app. vice-president and sen - i
tary. Heer York City. Christian Sip;
treasurer, New Tork City Capita, i
$50.000 to J2"0.000.
Building and repair permits were !
Issued yesterday as follows.
F. E and Bessie Hat<-hcr. to erect
? two-story brk k tenenie-.:. two dwell?
ings, on the east s de of We?; Street.
I between Floyd and Grove A\enes to
j same to ere< t a two-story brick
tenement, three dwellings, on the ?outh
side of Grove Avenue, between Shep- ,
pard and West Streets, to eoet II?.30".
H. S. Walierslein. to ereet a two- '
story brick stOTS and dwelling on the
east side of Eighteenth Street, be'w.e:.
Main and Franklin Streets, to cost 14,- I
The four lodges of Odd-Fellows,
meeting in Fraternity Hall will hold a ,
Joint celebration to-morrow night. ]
Distrct officers Will be present, as weil
as severa. past grand masters, ork
will be given In various degrees.
To Relieve Money Demand.
tVothington. December 3.?Repre?
sentative Levy to-day introduced a
resolution in the House directing the
Bs r tary of the Treasury to doPOS't
in national tanks S.V'.OOft.oOO ta rotteve
the s:.arp and active demand for
Washington, December 3.?Co;.6ider- j
atlon of the bill of Representative I
Adam? in for physical valuation of
interstate railroads was begun In the j
I BEWARE OF IMITATIONS AND CHEAP SUBSTITUTES [j
I JjgSSS^ BAKER'S I
I IF!?5 Breakfast Cocoa
I lw*P is the standard for quality ?
I = I ?ilf^VfeN ^OT a" t^osc wnose occupations require clear 
I fpl K M V |Bt heads and steady nerves, as well as those in poor n
I GellB? ? MIP ^ca'tn or ?* delicate di.Cotivc r>owers. it is the idt-al
I K-lllH'l b^'era.afc. Prepared with milk or cream and sweet
I B-^BiVL-^P^I 6110(1 to tne tastc' jt >s delicious, wholesome, abso
lutely pure, and of hich food value si
? ^?^^i^i.aa?a.????^**** TRADE-MARK OS EVERY PACKAGE
I BaekSet ef Cbeacc Recipes Sent Free
I Walter Baker & Co. Ltd ? - - Dorchester, Mass.
? U_Eatabat*?<l 17HQ Uj
liiglity-Seeond Annual SWatin
of Xt-rth Carolina State
[Special to Tli.' Times-Dlspatcn.J
Goldsboio N , c.. December 3?This
evening, in tee I ii ?t Baptist Churcli of
(loldsboro. the Baptist State Conven?
tion of North Carolina convened J:i
ti?. n?hty-brcond annual session. The
op. nmg Mr BUM pas. the tlrat feature
of tue program, and It.-v. T. C Davis,
of Murf re. aboi o. was the preacher, iie
used aa his text the words found in
the thirteenth and fuuiLrnth veises
of the tenth rhapter of lUbrews. and
"The SubJ. etioi, ..f the World to Jesus
Christ ' was the tneme of hie so: inoii.
ehatete the sp> mriH ol thv service
every ?cut in the large auditorium of
the cnuich and Sunday school room
v. as filled, and some people were cotn
p< lb J to .-land.
The Baptist State Convention 1? com
pee> d ef ihre. mal? representatives
from aSV ii white association in the
.?>tate end one annual male represen
i.n.v.- api.olnted L>> the chuiciies for
every tl? contributed to Its funds, and
of such male life members as havw
been made go P) the payment of %Z<)
I at any tune to lhe tieasurer for the
>h .'is if the coaventlea, but no
church shi^ll be iepres r.ied by more
than t?ri members, and every member
; ot' the Convention must be a member
In IT'Od standing a Baptist church,
I and in fellowship* and no other life
j members snail be made.
Following lhe sermon. Rev. R. T
? V.inn, president of Meredith College,
at stslclgh. led the congregation In
Rev. C. H. Durham, of Dumberton.
president of trwe session of the con?
vention of 1311, called the convention
j to, order.
The first business transacted was the
enrollment of delegates, and a com?
mittee on enrollment was appointed.
Pending the report of the committee
on enrollment. <J. T. Watkins, pastor of
the Pirat Baptist Church, snd D. H.
Bland, a member of the same church,
welcomed the convention to the church
and to Goldsboro
The response for the convention was
delivered by Rev. C A Jenkins, of
The committee on enrollment re?
ported 371 delegates present at the
opening session. The next business
before the convention was the election
of officers of the convention for the
ensuing year. On motion of W. C. Ty?
re.-. N. B. Broughton. one of the sec?
retaries, was instructe.2 to oast the
ballot of the convention for C. H.
Dunham. This w-aa done, and Mr.
Dunham was re-elected president.
On motion of Baylus Cade. W. C. 1
Tyree was instructed to cast the bal
lot of the convention for N B. Brough
ton and C. E. Brew-er as "ecordlng
secretaries, and the ballot was cast. j
A committee consisting of tnree
members was appolntr-i to nomlnat-'
the other officers of the convention.
The committee on order of business for
this session of the convention submit?
ted its report. R. T Vann offered an
amendment to the report recommending
that the convention adhere strictly to
I the order of business outlined by tms
' committee on order of business, an-:
the motion w-as carried.
The remaining officers of the con- I
vention were elected as follows:
Vice-presidents?C. W. Wilson, of
Greenville; r. J. H inter, of Raleisrh;
Jean M. Ptoner, of Asheville
Treasu-er?Walters Durham, of Ra- '
Auditor?F IT Briggs, of Raleigh. !
Porrespon Unrr Secretury?Livlngs'or.
Johr.stdn. of Raleigh.
Trustees?W C TJ'ree. of High
Point: Noah Biggs, of Scotland Neck: .
W. N. Jones, of Raleigh: D. Lu Gore. .
of W1lmt%)gton. J. P. Hackney, of '
The work of organization complet- ;
ed. the convention adjourned. Rev. J.
Eft. nufman. of Henderson, pronounced
No other denomination is growing
so rapidly in North Carolina aa Is the
Baptist denomination Every year the
reports submitted to the State conven?
tion show marked advance alontr Oil
lines of work, and the same, no douot.
will be true of the reports to be sub- .
mitted this year. |
10 OPPOSE TAFT
Movement to Prevent Continua?
tion of His Recess
Washington. De. emberd .'? - Presi lent
I Taft sent mere than UOO re. 'ss appoint
j me-its to the Senate to-day. and her |
; mediately indications of a movement
I among some of the Demo'-ratic S? na
i tors to prevent their confirmatKn be- j
.-? evident Senator ?lere. !? ? i?. '
ss'd. would have the active suppo-t 1
of several coijeAgues tn heading the
! The campaign was directed espe
i --tally against nominations, it was
i cls-hned. which bave been postponed
i from time to time, thus arlriging the
I new terms close to the beginning ol
' the Democratic s-^mlnlstritlon
Democratic Senators claimed that
the president slresdv hsd deprived the
Democrats of the privilege of sppolnt
Ira ?e.OO? postmaster* bv plscing them ?
wlth'n the civil service law by a sin- |
Most of the Democratic a-nstTg ex?
pressed themselves as favorable to a
"dir. rlrrdnatlng obstruction." but sev
I erai Progressive Senator* whose as
sistanee ha/ been counted on. did not
: appear willing to ro-ope-ate. It wss
Free Wall Delivery.
Washington. T>?f*?in*??r S - \ fill
J that would establish a free mall de?
livery service in cities having second
Otid third-, hess post - offlc. * w.>* Intro
djc"d to day bv Rep-. S' ???t|vr Grl?st.
Of Pennsylvania. The till would sp
newprlate tleO.We. to It* c?ed in In?
augurating the service !n < itle* where
f,, re i? now no free delivery and lim?
its the egp-n lit tire |n each city to
|l.?rf a year
Rrr*M t sf?elatsscsf ?
Washington. December f ?Many
Federal appointments by President
I Taft doting "be i?esse of Congress
e < ?- s?nl lo-ds t., ;h- Benat. :.,r con
; grwistlon imorr rr-appoiMments
Iwaa that of D O Jlewbesry. aa collec?
tor of custom, f r the ATeemarle dis?
trict ef North r'aroUne.
Every Horse Owner
Dreadi that most dangerous disease?Colic. It require
quick treatment, and a bottle of some good colic; remedy
-hould always be on hand for the emergency.
Beware Ol remedies made up of dope?an animal with
I weak heart or run down condition cannot stand being
drugged. When the reaction sets in they usually die.
Noah - Colic Remedy contains no dope whatever, and
is harmless in its effects and guaranteed to cure. Given
on the tongue ?any one not afraid to go up to the animal
( an administer.
\t Shockoe Slip I c ured a mule belonging to Jno. Tyh r
A (O. in less than fifteen
minutes with two doses of
Noah - Colic Remedy, while
more than one hundred peo?
ple looked on in amazement.
Ri ad what others say of
Noah's Colic Remedy
,d a most wvn. case of
11 her aetions?wal:ov?-bur,
bitt-.s at her ?Wo-k/r?
> crest pain. I Instructed
to administer at once a
1 .?? Noah's Colic Remedy,
mall a dose tt was stirprlslne
le almost majjic relief slven.
for In rmenty minute* the appeared to
be out of pain To owners of horses and
eows I would recommend that they keep
on hand, as I do, an assortment at
Noah's remedies On* never knows when
1.': may need them, and quick, as with
me in this #a*e."-T W. Chelf. 10t So
Twelfth Street, Rtchmand. Va
II > nmrc
nolle and t
that she wa
my stable n
Mc stalte boss ??n.ir.raes your .-ollc
remedy as Lein*- One and a sure cure " ?
T J. Davis. Supt. State Farm. Laeatter,
"I htie ^en using Noah's Coli- Rem?
edy on our stork for several years, and
find It t'> be the best remedy of Its kind
I ersr used "?D. J. Griffith. Pup- f-r:
tentiary. Columbia. S. C.
'There was a savere case of flatulent
c >llc here, and every' one agreed the
animal would die. We live two doses
of Noah's Colic Remedy, and In lesa
thsn one hour the hors-j wii sell."?
C Brown. Ttmpson, TVs.
Pe-aae send BM two dozen bottles
af Noah s CMtt Remedy. Among the
many BBOdl Ines which I have used
I And that North's ranks se-on,i to
none, especially the colic cure."?o. I'
Itorgan. Spartanburt. S. C.
Noah's Colic Remedy-50c a bottle,
and worth tU> to an} stock owner
Noah's fever Remedy, Cef fever,
coughs, rolls, distemper. Influeaas,
lung troubles and the treatment ef
milk ferer In cow*, v- and tl.
Noah's Unlment ts the beet feral!y
and stable remedy. Contains rfi alco?
hol, chloroform, ammonia naphtha,
benrlne. or polsor.oue drugs. Sc. 50c
end tl a bottle. Gallon cans at ft
Noah's Kara-Call Ointment for
fresh cute, old sores, scratches, col?
lar galla, ?ore bscka and thrush In
horses' feet cannot be beat. Sc per
Sold by all dealers In Medicine cr
sent prepaid on receipt of price. Made
In Richmond. Vs . by Nosh Remedy
PHI BETA KAPPA WILL
Annual Exercises at William and
Mary College on Thurs?
[Speciai to The Times-Dispatch. ]
Wllllamsburg, Va.. December *.?An
address of rare charm and interest is
that which has been especial.y pre?
pared by Lir. James Pow-.?r Smith, of
Richmond, tu be delivered before the
Alpha Chapter rf Virginia of Phi Beta
Kappa, at the College of William and
Mary, on next Tnursday night. Cap?
tain Smith, as an aid to "Stonewall''
Jackson, was in close personal touch
with the great commander and knew
him as perhaps nu living man else
eoaM. His eddress deals with the
incidents of interest in General Jack?
son's life that are under dispute.
After th?j delivery of Dr. Smith's
address, there will be a reading of
original vers* hy Professor Benjamin
F. Sledd. of Wake Forest Col.ece. N.
C. Dr. Sledd la a widely-known scholar
and a poet of note.
The annual initiation of members
will take place In the Philomathean So?
ciety hall. The secretary. Professor
Wilson, has given out the list of new
members to be Initiated There art
two elections of members during the;
year. The election of honorary mem?
bers Is held lr. November, that of a om?
ul members In June: both lists are now
given out for the first time. The non
oiary list lncl;ides: Dr. James Y. r'alr.
of Riehmond: Colone; Jennings Crop
per Wise. of the V M I : Waddy
Thompson, historian, of Atlanta. Pro?
fessor Benjamin F Sledd, poet and
educator, of Wake Forest: W. Clayton
Torrence. historian, of Richmond: Dr.
-T. P. MeConnell. educator, of Kmory.
and Dr. WjeUUPa Rose, educations:
writer and authority, of Wsshlnarton.
The fftnOl ard Mary Chapter Is
unique In not taking In stadents dur?
ing their residence In rollege it elects
them several ve if* pfter erradunt'on
on their records as atudents and their
promise of achievement ahown In the
I time that has elapsed slnoe. The alum
| nl members who have Indicated that
I they will present themselves for In
j Itlatlor. at the meeting- of December ?
j are Professor George E. Bennett, of
j Richmond. Professor E. F. Birckhead,
I of Fredericksbiarg: Dr. W. B. New
i comb and Robert E. Henley, of New
! Tork; Professor J. R. L. Johnson, of
! Gate City; Professor S. J. Williams, or
I Charleston. 8, C-. superintendent w as.
! T. Hodges, of Alexandria; Professor W. I
j R. Wrlggiesworth, of Biackstone. and j
I Professor K !\ Shewmake, of Sta IB
Phi Beta Kappa was first founded at |
I William and Mary in 177? rn December
i R. and included among its m?smners !
j such students aa John Marshall, ?jsh- j
I rod Washington and Richard Bland
I law, It was the orginal in America '
'of Greek letter fraterniti-s. nonor so-I
I cietles and student literary societies. ?
i Among the many distinguished names
I found on the roll of the present chap- 1
i ter are Thomas Nelson Page. Armistead
j C Gordon, Robert t'nderwood Johnson. I
'. Henry fydnor Harrison. Albert Shaw
and dozens of others scarcely less [
j widely known.
An unusually large attend in-e is J
! expected this year, among those who
j have already signified their intrntlon
of being present are Philip Alexander
I Bruce, .lohn WeTm.'Uth. Dr. Stuart -i -
: Gulre. Samuel H. Tonge. Judge Theo
; dore S Garnett. Prank G. Carp.-nter.
j Jackson Davis. Oscar L. BbsrWs .k
j Harry A Hunt and J O rdon B 'har,
ta Police < oort
Janle Wlngflell and Nanni" Tollard.
colored glrle. were sent to fall for
thirty days yesterday morning in Po- 1
lice Court for stealing a small quan- !
11 ty of notion* frssg r G liett sswy*S!
Five and Ter. rent Store.
O. 3. King Tu? :!n?d $1? and costs j
for being drunk a**! illsordrrly aboard j
a Richmond and [feast?. Railway car. ?
W. I? Griffin was fined $1 for per- !
mitting his son to use a slung-shot.
TWO MEN BURNED
TO DEATH IN Jill
Crowley. Iowa, December 3.?Wil
I liam Collier and an unknown compan?
ion were burn?d to death in the Jail
here to-day, after they had started
the flames in the hope of making their
escape. Collin Jje.bea.ti, also a prisoner,
was seriously burned.
Collier and the unknown prisoner
were being; held on a minor charge.
According to I>;beau, the two men
started the conflagration, despite his
efforts to dissuade them. They both
were overcome by smoke In their cells,
where their charred bodies later were
The door of I^cboau's cell was burned
away Although badly burned, he
stumbled through the opening and fell
insensible in the Jail yard. He was
dragged to safety by persons attracted
to the scene by the flames.
Kagland'a I,ans Less Stringent.
\\ ashingtoa, December 3.?Captain
Robert Dollar t.f San Francisco, he
fore a Senate committee to-day, recom
ni/ nding chang-s in the seamen's vol?
untary servitude act. declared hla com?
pany American-owned operated under*
the British flag 4'i per cent cheaper
ttuui it could under the Stars and
Stripes because England's laws wer?
not so stringent.
Rill Aflertlns >e*7
Washington. December 3.?A vol
urrinous bill that would reorganise
the ;er<nnnel of the naval establish?
ment and the marine corps was lntre
ffuVe*! to-day by Representative Pad?
gett, chairman of the House Commi'.tee
on Karra] Affairs.
Tnr bill Is the* result of a series of
Investigations ~y the Democrats of
the Naval Affairs Committee, and pre?
scribe* an Involved system of main?
taining the quota of raval officials on
basis proportionate with the ton
naarc of the navy. The measure
also would change the require?
ment for the age limit for admis?
sion to the Naval Academy. The new
measure would admit arPoir.tees oaly
between the .ires of fifteen and eight
JOHN SKELTON WILLIAMS. President
JAMES G TINSLEY. Vice-President S. D. SCUDDER. Vice-Pres t and Treasurer.
t nrur? xr- d Li R * WILLINGHAM. JR.. Assistant Secre
L. L. BEMISS. Vice-President tary and Assistant Treasurer
Richmond Trust and Savings Co.,
CAPITAL, ONE MILLION DOLLARS
This Company is prepared to execute trusts of every description known to the tow.
Its charter is perpetual
It takes entire charge of property, collects rents and interest coupons, making prompt
Makes a specialty of selecting for its customers and patrons high-class investment
bonds and guaranteed stock?, yielding on the investment from 5 per cent to 6 r-a per cent.
Personal interviews and correspondence cordially invited