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Is of great service in making the
hluot) orf the riffkl quality ami
quantitv -normal in red and whit*'
torjiuxrlti and all other constitu?
Get it tr>-?!a\ in the usual liquid form
rr in the t.u>lct- known h Saraataba.
?.p Mr. Morgan In ona of tboee char?
itable thirgs be la prompted to d\"
s,iid Ml Baker, :n expUinir.a the trans?
Mr. ITaiai? see elicited tbat an at?
tempt aaa ??s Nring* m.id? to uiut i
aljie the rompanr and have the poMey
holde: s, t,tko u\er rhe stock interest
at tie prue Mr. Morrin paid tor it.
Mr. Ji.ik. r t ' not beMere. from
big aTnafltafti w;th mutual laearaaoo
companies. that the m-jtualixatton
would change the r.-.ar.aaeiiwnt and
control of the oaaepaajr. Ma further
st*t. d that ba ic?er bad been asked
to take ore- the one-fourth Interest
in the Heritable stock he a-raed to
Mr. Baker admitt.d that he and Mi
M: ca: nt.ri Mi StMSman conaJlted
frequently about lerfM financial >per
ations and that he and Mr. Morgan
w. -e interested in ruany vast financial
enterprises, but that ba could not say
just how ms-?.
In aaawtl tu further Questions, Mr
Raker laid 1.? w.is a director it! tne
Bur 11 nerton and Northern Pacific Kail
roa.f. whieb he nld were naaiinlilai*
between carl >;:. polats; a director la
the New Ye-rk e'entral. the jr>v. Le
higti aad the i??i.tware. Laokaaeaaa
and Weatare Railroads, ruiMPotlm be-i
tw?en NOW York ar.d CblraeTfl .
Sees Ma Objectloa to If.
Mr. Babel said he could see r.o ob-|
Section to one man holding ?*.irector
nhips in tw?> companies P**t might j
iadaptll Mr I'nt. rmyer asked about I
the eoaducl et ccal roads la whb
he was iatereated when tne law forres
i hem to dispose of their control of the'
ioai mines In th? aathraclti refrtan I
'They .lust farmed a s.il. s t.?mpan>.
Fold the u'ittes aril the companies sold |
the coal to the r.iilroads at MM BltBea.' I
?ld Mr linker.
-Jus; whipped the devil around the!
stump"'' coraaMatad Mr. Oatanayer.
"Yea. that is it."
Mr. Baker will resume the stand to-1
Ceraatraller of the Currency Murray.]
it was tine e known to-day. will '!--?
? line to furnish the committee !r. to-.
Miorse to its request, a list of loans
? ?f H,Ob.).'?<M> or more r.a-ic by t:a
rtonal hanks to any ot.c p. -???:?>. . -r ?
?ne Interest. Mr. Murray s..!'. he
carded as confidential the information
... this character Which he possessed
and woal I feel constrained to -
to flivul-e it unless otherwise orierec
hv t'.e President. <">nly thirteen bar.k*,
..re peimitte.l to loan as much as 1" -
ono.Ooo to any Individual, and :t was
pointed out that the committee t:.:g: :
procure the information by subpoena
iryr offecera ef these banks
ENTRANCE OF NEW ROAD
INTO CITY CELEBRATED
V. The Times-Disp^ch.]
? ? ttevitle, N. l . Januarj- 9 ?Or. i
aadred aad twenty-area mea of Fap-|
ettaettb ad aetchbdhhas towns sa:
?Sow r. t tne Cbaaabar of Geraaaarci
-TLTsj-:. t t .-night In celebration of the
laaaaai* lata thts dty of the ?berietn
and fteckltah Railroad. The- guest? af
soil' w . John Mine, president, an I
W \ Bine, general manager of Iba
Vberd. -t aad rachftah. who. wtth tbi
late i'efT Mae, were the Ii renal err of j
tfce road. Preside tit Hlue responded t ?
a, toaM. "Tl.. Aberdeen and Rockfla .
RaOroad." aitcr Major Join, Uaderwe |
v ad mad.- a epeeeh of welceeae. \\.
f;!u- spiik. en MM "lt'daUon of r.ai'i-:
?o,-id> ta t::.. Deretuawaeal of the eour.-i
The other aerabm were Hon. .loi:
6have. uTi Tin rtetictit of the Aber- i
??-?ii af.-l Kockiish to Kayettetrllle " A i
Ti. baOCOrab w-ho spoke on "f'avett. - !
eflle and Her Transportation (11-j
?iea, Ma**! fcl J. Hale. "Tbe ?'harcli.r
off Coauarerce.' ^;,.i John T.dar. Mal?
et F R, Haaki N B Alexander. C P
McOw ? : 'nil.'!., .lam.s 1> McNeill
-nd w P jjiuj.-. :?*/<: Mac eben t ,.v -
0 Hint- ? i o a-l*>:.
Tfce i ?p,? r was h< M at tne Lafayet'e'
Jfou! it was aj. elegant affali ? .,ri
? ??-? t fleet ati eaeni whlrli could
: car el] ov. r estimated .,, .> b< .-. -
'?at aa the ratany ??f Fayettv *
drrested for ( rnrllv
Eu?':. >*??.-? !? Wl- ?nd WIIMam
Faa ? wen arrested yesterdav
r?n WarraaU i-ar^:r.^ them with
State Inspector Begins System to
Designating Most Efficient
? Gold ,-cal" ?otels will soon be all
i iii- :?.((.<? Vi:-?-iiil.-i. for under tin- now
?jatiai al ii-*v.-i nwjptx-tiwn, devised by
Dr. I* y K. I'Uiatg.ui. State Hotel In
.. caw, Mi Iba Virginia Hotel Aaao
. .mon, only hotel* which arc rated t>a
Inapastloa at more than M pw cent
perfect out of a pot-sible l"0 will re
v .. (? inspection ceruScs.it- with the
I old aaaJ attached
Tlia tlrat uarticates of hotel inapec
t.o.. to be tsaucd for 1913 were vent
nut from the office of thjo State Board
of Health yesterday, and in tbe lot
were flvr bearing th-> coveted gold at.tl.
In the future, the diacarning traveler
. Virginia will merely havo to glanca
araaukd the lobby of the hotel he la vis?
iting to discover whether official in
tpaattaa had proven that it me:1u ape
i laj distinction.
,Vn aspect of the gold seal matte?
j which will appeal to the traveler la
> that the scoring on Inspection is based
' on management as well as equipment
of the hotel. In Ui:? way. a ?mall hotel
? with limited equipment, ia able to win
; the gold seal, wi.iie a large hotel, with
? \, < U.-nt equipment may fall short oi
' the standard because of inefficient
management. The constant traveler
will soon learn to distinguish between
the red aval hotel and the gold seal
hotel. The red PjjaJ means that the
I otel ha* complied w!;h the letter of
the law. but has not reached the gen
era! degree of efficiency necessary to;
1 earn a gold seal. I
The Hotel Association examined this
rlan very thoroughly." aald Chief In?
spector Flanagan yesterday, "and up-,
proved of the principle. They agreed
that it shpaM be given a trial, and we.
are pure that tliey will support It ful-:
ly. Mash of tin- comfoit al travelers'
depends upon conditions which cannot
piecis ly defined by law and for
the neglect of which no hotel could b?j
rafaaad a certificate: but whera a hotel!
g.ves additional service and comforts'
to the best of its ability, we feel thnt'
- traveling public s.ioulJ be advised j
of that fs."."
general hotel law adopted ini
ISIS, provides that certificates of in?
spection be allowed all hotels which'
farta with the provisions of thel
statute. These are red, seal carti- ;
ric-ate? But the operation of the law!
- r. J'.-.-losed that a hotel might ob?
serve the letter of the law and yet!
fail to give Its patron* the service'
which Is not only desirable, but po* ?;
Bl '? Accordingly a plan was daYlsed]
?scat sec aal sc. a plan which wa?|
t .-.-roughly approved by th* Virgin! . i
i-. ?-; aasactattaa Hotels scoring on'
vor. tt.ore tiaa ~j per cent will!
b* rive r-d seal certificates. ani?
hotels scoring pasta than S" per c?nt!
arttl ka aw?.-Jed tba gold sea; certlfi--'
CONVENTION APRIL 6
< Ht B**adarj ?-a?.l laaoetatUa will
Hold taaaa: TVUij rbea.
"; - - . ?aiaag 'SMS Ills Save'
lat< - . last ?--?it? pr?v-?:?
t thai sei f ? tats 5ta-.? -?r.i'titlnr..!
sj ik - eats .- Pi*#*rl-ksVrrg out
Thorn u C t>:e?*. ity Snr.day school;
i li i' i-?hold a Mrtaal
1*.sir. tt ectiag- .-. -. *r: >ut. lunhe-j
:' l( the p :? | ?? . :' ----- -'.:-.g ?;.? Stat
? tasx-.ard to th< l ea! sehodls. The fol- I
lowlt g achedul* haa b. t-n outlined
Staadsx '?? r.r.g. Oasrbiaali Presar-1
t- sa Chttl i.. Barton Height.-. Tue*- !
?: ? - ?? ? - De Ht'ir Ptre. ? Methodist '
Cht i. .sorth Richmond Thursday i
- ven.ng. T.Vrd .'.hri-tian Ckarek; Fri?
da.- even::.g prr-bably at fenteriary I
M? thodist <1iur. h.
The st^te aaaoctatttn offe.-s ? paa
Baal for every school that attains tin-I
rc?!aired standard of ten points.
COLORED SPEAKER HERE
?V. I. Htirghardt DulioU Will ?peak
lo-M-btot llrg'nia Inloa I nhrr.il>.
W. K Burghs Mt DuBois. of r\
at the tr,o?t note.j colored |*adeis
i- ' e nation, wi;t fMhrer .?n add-e?s?
lo-nlgl t ai Virginia L'aian tTartararti
accaaal ? : hi* protalaaaoi aad pro-1
ineed v. w* a !arg ? audiepe* of
? ?lart I ptnnle bj eTPecte^ to he prrs
? K Kurghardr DtiBo'.- .s r.ow ?<\,
tor of -i poalleat'ori for tbe ealared
e , a.i'-d The <"r;-i- His setltrttiea
??>??? aa?T mar.v Heids, irid hi> iirer
? - ar- alwi>? highly ter.ived bp j
ueaib. r? of his raa* He is n'-t^Me :
' - d?acr?emert with Ite.<.Ver t
Uashingjoi, on numerous po'ulS e?n
?? rmiiu irn SdtSSI l**t III -<f colored ,
ly Your Own Bread?
Do You Bake
I ??'si know how mi* h thr
: h-)? H do with VOTJT MCOC3&
?^??r ?* Mj -. w.\s in whvh
Uh| evert lmking "?ome out
? phoiw jMjrai proorr right ?ow
SEAL OF MINNESOTA
i rihl the n?T V il M:nr*"ti" f k
f ?forge- -.?her \ tm po I 'h? ? ?'
MB ?not onlx ?-. th? r*? ? ^ hut -
Ii w m% t fr?? the entr" t-iT j
New Prague Flowing Mill Ca
?ME?-< . I PK IMOND
Sale of Fine Manhattan Shirts
If expensive shirts are your
hobby jump this way
Here are blues, tans, helios, grays and white, also
clever designs In color effects, lines and satin stripes
between. Patterns exclusive with us.
$1.50 Manhattansat $1.15
$2.00 Manhattansat $1.45
$2.50 Manhattans at $1.88
$3.50 Manhattans at $2.65
$1.50 Scarves to harmonize, $1.15.
O. H. Berry & Co.
OVER BANK THIEF
Webster Morton Dies at City'
Hospital From Wound Inflicted
When Resisting Arrest.
Webster Morton, colored, who rosbed
Iba Washington, and Southern Bank.
Y\ aar.ingto:i. ry. C of $6.000. and who
was shot by Detective-Serireaut Kei?
lam. died f:om his wound early yes?
terday worr.inf a: :he City Hospital.
Palt Iff Boigaaul Robert Howeil. of
VTashiactea, and Veraoa M. Burnside
?. representative of the bank, came to
Rl hmond 2as: nlyht and identified the
. ody aa a formality.
Serceaat Kellatn is technically
-i'--.d with the murder of *he negro
was ta.*"n in custody *y Captain
? I DvtaCttVea McMahon and Uetective
?leryear.r Wiley. He appeared at once
;.?fore Judge D C. Richardson in the
r^s Court and was balled for bis
tH aar&MM in Police Court to-morrow
'.:r Taylor annhunced la>t nigh:
that he would conduct an inquest into
Morton's death this morning at 10:30
0 clock at the City Hall.
M -7tor. leaves a wife and three
1 Jidrea la Washlafftaa. They ware
: ?': :.ed of his death, and the b >dy'
_?? turned over to them.
The dead man was not a runner for
the baah, aa >u at flrat pdbll ehun1,
i. .t waa ernpinyea as a Janitor.
After he f ,d bcaa arrested by Wiley
. ad Keilam w neu the officers, had re
eacrai t'.Sio of the stolen money
.Morton es-aped by striking Sergeant
Wiley while waiting for the patrol
waaon- He was found afterwards bj
Keilam in a Seventeenth Street lod?
. : aw When the latter attempted
I la him under arrent the aeejrO
orew a r. volver and was about to
when Keilam whipped out hit
kun and shot him throuah the abdo.
?Tie.:, jnflletiug the wound which- aused
waabiflettee* Jannary ? ?Marri*s?
1 aneea have ivcea issued to tha foi
1 ?, ?<. r c
Her'e? B Bre.?r *rA El va I? Kira
eaffe, I r.th of EN a. ton. Ta
.Toser.j, ;.i Mart*. ??: Round ?ni. Vs..
and Ethel Beans, of PurceiH?!!?. Va.
Theodor. I Pattll and Maty J.
Phele, iK.th of Great Kalla, Va.
SAME STORY NOT
TOEO BY AGENTS
(Continued From Klrst Page.)
matr-ly $8,000,0(10, was passed by the
H-iuse late t day. The principal items
in the bill _s finally adopted by the
House include fur gratuity appropri?
ations $6.0S-i.0S:t: for fulfilling treaty
stipulations. $740.",60. and for reim?
bursable items. $Sj0.00o..
Representative Murdock. of Kar.sas.
had called the attention of the House
to certain statements that had been
made by nr.e of the members of the
? Hoard of Indian Commissioners to the
effect that a report had been made to
.Secretary Fisner. of the Interior De?
partment, by E. B. Linnen, a special
: inspec tor for the Indian Bureau, show?
ing that the Indians of this country
are in a depl >rab!e condition. Repre?
sentative Cooper here intervened and
asked that final action on. the bill be
delayed until the House could learn
' the contents of Mr. I.lnnen's report.
i Mis request was not granted, and the
j bill was adopted
Illustrate Pro?..*? of Nation.
Washington. January I.?Te IHM
1 tr?te tho fjnrtion ?nd administrativ?,
i faculty of the government, tending"
i to fluBUHIBlialS UM nature and g'owth
j of government Institutions and Hie
j progress of the nation. Representative
[ Radeabcrg, of Illinois. to-.1a>- mtro
i duced a resolution providing for ar?
appropriation ..f ?J.0O0 000 ?
The frifipropnation would be used
for installing and maintaining the
aovernrr.net exhibit and for the erec?
tion of United States exhibition build?
ings at the Panama-Pacific Exposi?
NURSES TAKE TESTS
' sixty-three i.radnstes Trrinr for
Registered < ertlflcate*
The examination of e'xty-three
'graduate rin ses, one of them colored,
'for reerjstered cart'hcatea win be <-on
#l jd-td to-day by the State Nurses'
Board la 8t Andrew s Halt The teots
?for thase kig-ly prized ecrtilici'.ei ba-J
Igan yesterday The jv ?Session of a
Icertificate confers certain priv'I'-ges
'iron, the holder amoiitr wh'ch is the
laathertly to rharr? mt less than 931
per Week for r iralng services. -I
Only fhadeatt aataae from some
raaabTBlged training school are pei -
Ti?tf-d to take the t xamina 11 ? >na for
, i art the at ea
I MKs Nai ?: ? Minor 's presblent of
t . Btati N rses' Beared ::nd Miss Msrv
l Fletcher, o' Ch.H iottesrllle. Ig Mejffa*
tary and ticlsun r. I
MISSING SHIP PANTHER ARRIVES IN PORT
W a J?n 1.-.'- ? Tl '? t ? ?.
I ??I'Alr ?tiiii I'Hi.tfeer. for wrim>e ?aXety
? ri |fi?|t ?1 tier ?rr!??l
j '.u?. In I'ytM lali
I T* r? ?.r. ?!? <t In ?,. ? ' '?
j ? ?.' eri iimii of CMi, * mi
? ?iM tn *M > - '"? torf>e*lu r?p?? ?
? j t ??? l? tve r^M 1n ?Ii? ?.?lf ?f On* ?
j i m ? ft', vf lfe? vrltvUr Bias
? ? Bf Oh Atlantic ????*,
I I - '.ort* to 1h- effr.-t >h*t
I M 'a*t had caux-d *<ar**
- I? Da Made at (ho Navy
? y ro-lat'i ? ? --r the om
n**B aij'i 174 ta?n ? Board bar ?Da-i
?- I ' at th* ?SUaia ataraya mahi
p'.t>;i\ ?pv r?pr>rt thtry r??fi?la? of a,
! at*a*trr to aar T>-aa*l, A**i?tant aWcro.l
Ury of Lac Navy Wtatbroy aa*4 the I
Navy IVp*ut m-fit -rterreoatsp rraei y
?>,? irport? that are fr??,a?rrtljr ??Bt
rat braaaVaa-t frow ll riWiinlMr
?u"-? ? aard'n? tt?? pr ^b?M. rxjao
m Ian ?f m?ii va*****"
?*???<?* r.po'tr- " ??'4 Mr Wlnthrof)
"a'wayn vnawciMr ily rrwU |imi 4u
I trass in Ut? mi neu of tbe wlvea *d<j
ramiliee of onVere a*4 a??a ea tba
I veaecl coacertied, _ |
Treasury Department Will Send
Man to Richmond to
The proposed consolidation of the
Richmond and I-..1 ? customs dis?
trict* will be made the, ?ubject of an
inquiry next week by a special agent
of tbe Customs Division of the Treas?
ury Department, who will come to
UUhmond for that purp .ma. A dis?
patch from Washington last night
states that an official from the depart?
ment has been detailed to this assign?
Despite strenuous opposition on the
part of the .-litlea that stand to lose
their collectors as a result of the pro?
posed merger of customs districts In
Virginia, there appears ground for the
belief that the Treasury Department
will Insist on the pruning. "Hia re?
trenchment program mapped out for
the .customs departmest last summer
by the Democrats calls for a reduction
of 1350.000 In the annual appropria?
tion, and the fall of the axe appears to
The agent who will visit Richmond
next week will first g> to Norfolk.
Portsmouth and Newport News to in?
vestigate conditions there. It Is un?
derstood that the Investigations In
the*e places will occupy two or three
days, making It probable that the spe?
cial agent will arrive here the last part
jf the week
Vifer I omrmi-rll.
Congressmen from the First. Second.
Third and KVjurth Districts, in which
the ports In question are situated, are
receiving urgent communications,
most of them opposing the proposed
changes. Norfolk particularly is I
against the program, for the reason
that the ehai.ge will probably take the
collector's office from that city and
place it in Newport News.
Advance reports of the Treasury
Department's program have it that it
is the intention to give ftth State,
with the exception of New- York. T.-vm
and MM or two other of the larger
States, only one customs district. Un?
der this plan Vlrglr.ia would be given
one collector, who would appoint dep
1 nties to serve at the various pjrts of
The amalgamation program, it Is ex
pe tad, will be announced by the Treas
' ury Department within the next two
or three weeks. In Iba meantime the
cities that are in danger of losing their
colle -tor.s are sending delegations t >
VVasMngton In an effort to make the
axe fall somewhere else
In case the Richmond and Petersburg
districts should be merged, as seems
probable, the collector will be sta?
tioned in this city, and Petersburg will
l>e served by a deputy working under
the local office Collector H. B. Arnold,
of the port of Richmond, said last
night that he has so far received no
intimation either of the visit of the
; Kpecial agent from the customs depa-t
! ment or of any pending consolida?
DISCUSS SUNDAY SCHOOL
Presbyterians Deal With Work An?I|
1 .Ding People
Sunday school work w;is the tople
discussed at the two conferences held
yesterday afternoon and evening in
tiie Second Preabvterlan Church. in
the series of week-of-prayer meetings
which has been lb progress -luce Sun?
Rev. .>' D. T.ingle. n D. delivered
an address yesterday afternoon deal
ling with "S. me Aspect* 0f the Teach?
ers' Meeting." He was preceded by
; B. B. Morgan, who conducted a short
Idavatiaaal service. Luncheon was
served In the church immediately af- I
tar the conclusion of Dr. Lingle'a talk.
At the evening session Rev W. R.
Hutch son dellaaied an exposition on
l.cneM?. and Rev. Andrew Allan, of
Karmville. spoke on Ixivitlcus. Mr
Hutchison took the place on the pro?
gram made vacant by the inability of
Crofessor Thomas R English. of
I'nlon Theologi-al Seminary, to be
? Mr. Hutchison will again lectnre nit
II rap tc-r.!ght and Rev. Andrew
Allan will preach again. To-day's
s; ma will ?> held, as were those yes
lerSlay, ("ginning at S:1S o'clock in
the afternoon, with luncheon hetween
the two *ervtces Rev D flay Lilly
will (peab on 'The T?ach*r'? Work"
this afternoon To-day w'll close the
surie* af meetings
\irrnn l.xupr of Trala (few.
rspe. ml '.. Tt t Tin,?".--Dispatch 1
Sp'neer. N C January !>?A work
tram on the Norfolk and Southern, a
n<-w road be'ng built from Charlotte
|p Ralafffb, w>rr* through a new trestle
Itoekv River Springs. Stanley
Cataaty, Ibis afternoon The engine
?rial five cars went Into the ravine,
while the engineer, fireman and labor?
ers on the tram escaped with m'ner
bralaes by jumping at the last min?
The Indrakuala Forced to Dis?
charge Part of Her
then will be towed to port
Admiralty Suits Aggregating
$ioo,uoo *\Jay Be Brought
(Sprrial to The Times-Dispatch ]
Newport News. Va.. January ?.?Cap?
tain Pin Ith. muster of the tHrHlT*!
stramSr Indrakuala. which sank I ha
Jaila Luckenbach In Chesapeake Bay
last week, sending fift.eu people to
death, to-day telegraphed tie- I'nlted
States Slipping Ceaspaay h'-re that
his ship will not reach this port be?
fore late Frloay afhnrn<>un or Satur?
day morning, even IT clear weather la
hud In the meantime. The captain re?
ports that lie is ajichor*M near ?nms
Wharf, in the liappatianiiock. and that
he Is discharging; part of his 1,000 tons
of cargo. This is made nc^Hisiry b*
reason of I he fact that the Indrakuala
Is hard ?:own bv the bow, and with a
heavy cargo aboard, she Is almost un?
manageable. It le expected that the
transfcrilng of a part of tbe cargo
will be completed to-morrow morning,
ami then. If weather conditions are
favorabla. the three tugs will take
th: ship in tow for this port. There
was a strong; wind blowing over the
bey to-day, and even had she not baea
discharging, the .Indrakuala could not
have continued her voyage, weather
conditions being entire!) unfavorable.
There wMl be two events of Interest
when the Indrakuala arrives here. |
The most important will he the launc
:ng of the Ked'-ral investigation into'
the collision with the Luckenlha<-h
and the eecoml will be the admiralty !
suits which will be brought against
the steami r. It Is announced that the
l.uckenbach company will bring ac
ti in for IU'0.000. The Merrltt-Cfiap
man Wrecking Company, the Cl irke
Towboat Companv and the shipyard
also will bring admiralty actions, it Is
said, to recover salvage for float IfaC
the disabled steamer and towing her!
to this port.
The amount of the .damages claimed
in Ouose suit* will rot be known
until thj actions are brought, hut the
opinion in sh'pphV circles Is that it
will reach $10?.000 on ship and cargo.
That all Uiat stands between the
damage.) l! . ., steamer Indrakuala
and sinking is a leaking forward bulk?
head was the statement made bv men ?
arriving here to-day from the disabled
sr.'p in the Kappahannu. k Hive- on a;
barg loaded with t-'v.'O" worth of !
cargo, which w.is tak' n '-r^m the dis i
aided cratt yesterday. Thus far the^
forward bulkhead has held up well. |
but the fact that it Is leaking shows;
that the pressure of water against it
Is beginning to tell, and there is no'
saying when It will give wa>'. In 1
ord? r to keep all possible pressure off I
the bulkhead, the Indraknala w ll be!
towed here stern first The tugs Rescue
ar.-l Kdua V. Crew will do the towing
and the Apache will follow behind the |
disabled ship with a line from her to
keep the Indrakuala straight eaj IM I
steamer Aleasar Helcaaed.
Beaufort. N. C, January ??The'
British steamer Alcai. r. stranded'
some caya ago at Cape Lookout, was |
reeoaaod las? night v*tk tne help ot
the t'nlted States revenue cutter S?mi
lede. according to sunt re.i- ning i..-;.
to-day. The Alcazar r>roc?-?ded I SI i
under has own *t -am upon being Rn
and it t? assumed she stead to th* j
northward hound for Chester, l a.. h< r j
original port of desr matmn.
Captain ?'arden and. the crew of thai
Semiiiolei stood hv the grounded s).!i>
fix days g'vlng assistance In freeing J
?level lose Tbelr 1.1? es.
Tampa. Fla.. Januarv 9.?Captain
Larkln and a. ir?w of seven men lost
their lives yesterday, when ?he r-:.nor
er Future founded off Cape Hattera.?
a. ? ording to a t-legrem re etved her? j
to-day by the li irt Lumber Coaapai
Irom the New York office of this i-r.m
P*iny. Tl.e KTiture. lumber-laden, left
her* December M,
Vkaosrr LaaCl Crew 'lUfd.
cedar Keys. Fla. Jaaaary I Mat
drifting about in the Gulf of Mexn o |
for six ?la>e. Captain O F Brown and f
the crew of nine men of the schooner
Thomas D?nnl?on. ThomaSton. >t?
arrived here to-day ani renorted the j
loss of '.he schooner Mt miles south of i
l'ensacola Janaary Z.
The Dtnnison was bound from Bal-j
tlmor? lo Galveston. Capt 'in Brow*
and tne crew left the schooner iust |
eight miaute? oeiore she sank Th
schooner was owned by t??nn. i;. etl
A Co. Baltimore, and was laden wlthj
Searr-Mag for llerellcts.
Washington. Isnuarv ft?The reve?
nue cutter Seneca lo-da> is search?
ing the < east of North Carolina, fori
three v asel? %rr" ?>ed ..urtug the ter-f
?ajbj gal. of last week Th. v arc the
Sthooner." Future, ha'k Carrie W:ns
low and an unknown ship, all aban?
doned and menaces lo navigation.
son arrives to day
? ll. nailer, of Maa t\ a-o Kaded
l ife gl JeWeraoa. Hm.Mac Were
Intil ?? n. De.ll?>. so,: of |he \. w
lerk litterateur who ended his life
Tuesday night in the .1? ffersou Hotel,
arrives in Richmond to-day from Chi?
rago authoriistive reasons for Mr
Iialb v s act wSll not be knnwr No
Comment was made wsterdey on ihej
master hv W. ? htcSeii. ?he law>er |
to whom the suicide addressed bla
final letter ll is nnsst*?.' that th*
set, mav have aometh ng lo gay after
reading the letter to-day.
Wanting accurate Information It is
areaumeu fron: general Indication ?
that Mr Dailcr** a. t resulted from
?depression fnfliwn? f'nan? lal re
verses wbief? left hon ?lextem'eM in a
treat extent up.-a the bountr of his
Slea. ?. ? ?as?a?f1ae
Mr* a c a ?????! ine widow of
J.ate-ph Augustine, died Wein, sdav In
this c|ty. after a hi ef tllner*
The funeral ?"vt. M will be Con* ?
ert to-day at n??"n feowi Ine res "J~"r
of her son. James Auguatlne. 1 .4 v* est
?ra. e BS reel
<1" WarT V. riwea.
74r? Marv K. Owens. se\enlytwoi
yeara old. died Wednesday afternoo-i
?i ?. t \ o'clock frv th? ho?we of her eon. !
tVanrn* T Owens. The funeral w'U
he eftsalucted from her son'a reelden.a
U-day at ' o . ;~'k_
rat'tvi ial to The Tim. n'-r.?te?i ?
Hamatoti \? .lanuar> ??Harrv
l?oh? n Mlll-r How.rd. seventy m lr
>ear- obs trea?ar??r ef the Plaster
9nmrH Cnmaanj here, dla* sadd*n;r
U>-amj ?t hie be me la Victoria a.vaaua.
*IYou Are Going
!to Buy a Piano
! Your home will not be complete
without one. It is probable that
I only one member of the family will
be able to play it if you get an
ordinary Piano. So why not let us
an instrument that any one
can play upon, and at the sann
time a Piano that ran be played by
hand at will. There's HO reason
why you should buy any other
kind. Tht re'-, many rewms whv
you need an INNER-PLAYER
Successors ''able Piano (o,
Mad. 2586. 213 E. Broad.
"?? .." ;??<???'. I v rive rhl! lr< P.. Tr.e
remains arW be taken to-morrow to
Elkton, 11?!.. for burial.
Michael J Healev. flfty-four years
old. t?r years the chief steward In tho
famous HrCala Hotel. Old Point. died
to-day In Ut* Dixie Hospital here, af?
ter a loBf Illness with tuberculosis.
He la aur\Mved by one sister, who llvt*
in New York City.
Mlaa Mettle .1. Faber.
rfP?-< :al to The Tlmes-D'spattslLj
Oordonsvllle. Va . January ?.--..After
an illness of several we?ks. mat Det
tie .1 Fats at died at J,er home on Main
.Street Wednesday* afternoon at 4
oV lock, in the sixty-fifth year of her
age. She is sur\!v.:d by two broth?
ers an; one sister. W. F Faber. of
near Doswelt, and Lewis J and MiS4
LlIHe h. Pak st. both of th!H place.
Mrs. i barlotie HlelaarUaoa.
;s;?? '?lai to The Times-Dispatch.)
Wvtiieville. V.t. January fl ? Mrs.
?' .u.'otte pi--hard-Tin died at her homo
bars yesterday afternoon of pneu?
monia, after a few flays' illness. She
is survived by two sons. Edward Rich?
ardson, cf Roanoke. ,tnd John Richard?
son, of Oraharn, The funeral will
take place Friday morning at 10
o'clo k from St. John's Episcopal
Mei. Harrier T. Trcdwer.
[Spe. nl to The Tlmes-DLvpati h. 1
Chatham. Va. January !>.?Intelli?
gence was received here OB Friday last
of the death of Rev Rxwl-v K Tred
way at his home in Mansfield. lea. fol?
lowing a siiort ?lness with pneumonia.
Mr Tredway was the aon of th? late
W. M. Tredway. of this place, and until
young manhood made his home here
For some time h>- had been engaged
In evangelistic work In the far S itttB,
having made his honn theie some
> e?rs ago Reside* Ina wile .ir... one
sou, of Mansfield, tea . he is survive**
by one brother. W. M. Tredway, Jr..
two sisters. Misses Rebecca, and Ress'e
Tredway. of Chatham, and Page Tred
Bray, a brother of New Y< rk The re?
mains wer? laid to rest In Mrm-iield
Afit'STINK ..-Died. Wednesday. Jan
uaiy S. 1 :>13. after a brief illness.
MIS. A ?' AF.il'.STINK, widow of
Funeral ?ervlc , FRIDAY. January
10, at II o'clock from the residence
? a h. r son. Jam,? Augustine. l^CI
West ?irire Str..-:
OWENS.?1'ied. at I I'. P M Wednes?
day, at the home of her son. Osborna
P. Own as, afbar a ark I lilnesa HAJtX
E. olVK.NS. In the scver.F--second
I. :i r of her age.
FUBSflBl from lh? arove address
at : P. M. TO-D \Y
H.M,!/||_\.\" - l> 'd. Wfcr.-ndfv. Jan
i IMS, at her residence. HZ*
Bast Bro,c1 Street. MART, relict of
Patrick Hailoran i-h.- Laves five
da ug.iters?Mamie. Kati. Nellie.
Jo?,?ph1ne and Mrs. R S MeCurdy?
Bad <,n< son. D. J. Halloinn
F .: ? ral services FRIDAY. Jan?
uary in. at 3 I*. M from St. Patrick s
LEI -1'ied. In T/Otlisv|ll? Ky? Tue?
dm] n gl t. Jar u.ry I, MRS. RONALD
C I.EK. lala Mi-? ?'ertrude p, Ikr.ap.
ftfVN -Died sudd. ? v. Ifewatty eve?
ning. FPU ARD RT'NN. of f?M Oi.
Funeral pat lea lataT.
WOi.ri'.RT -The fii-i-ral n' IK Fl
Wol.PERT who died at the resi?
dence of his aast?I Mr, Addie John
MB will i.k. plaoa TO-DAY <Frl
. at T, o'clock fn m the Fulton
GLASGOW 2H in. BET MONT 2* la.
M EDO RA 2h kB
"Gtf rte hod; rf** r'OTCH*
He e?ch? 2 foe JSc
11 PORT RICHMOND A f
Offar* the beat che aas for yoe to dbaMa
your tBauay oaickiy by saatatiac JB rat*
tITTLE FRUIT FARM*
BIG MOXEY MAUR9.
O D. I_ West Porrrt. Va
Tanner Paint & Oil to
1417 and 14? Eaat Mala,
t, tRichmood. V a.