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J li-iticnltiiral Society Leaves
Thai in Hands o! Board
Several Paper* Read and Impor?
tant Business Transacted at
lSpt< ial to Th<- Timea-Diapatch.]
I,> n< liljurg. Va., January 10.?The
ri nteenlh annual convent! in of the.
Virginia Horticultural .Society ad?
journed nine die at U:M o'clock this
itternoon. without iiavlng selected a
place for the next convention.
At the morning session several in?
teresting papers and reports were read,
and Ine att. udaiice was a ?od l.ntll the
' losing hour. This afternoon tho d'l
? Kates who ?tili remain were the
guests of the Chamber of Commerce'
at the matinee performance at the
Trenton Theatre, and they then l'-ft
for the:- homes In varl >us parts of the
State, thus bringing to a close the most
successful convention in rfielr history.
The flrial session was called to order
..' 11 o'dock by President Pratt, ?ho
..Miioaneed that he wiuld for the time
ix-stpoii" the regular progrim and
have the director of exhibits, ft. II.
?'lemmer, make his report of the ex?
hibit, which lias been under bis charK?
on Tenth and Commerce Streets.
He spoke of the courtesy of Virginia
people arid said that it made the State
?am >us. and he stated that the other
' ::en of Virginia would have to "go
sasaja" to beat L.yr,chburg In kindness
and attention to strangers. He was
h?artily applauded at this Juncture,
which also marked the conclusion of
The regular program for the morn?
ing session was then taken up. and
Professor If. I? Price, state Hortlcul
' Hist, of Blackeburg. addressed the
ile eititte? upon the subject. ? Some Dis?
eases of Krult."
lie spoke of many diseases arklcb
a .- .sually not thought mm h of by the
fruit? r >wer, btit which nevertheless
hurt the value of the tree Very few of
these tree diseases had not before been
spoken of before the convention, and
t .<? talk was listened to with interest.
Not only did Professor Price give the
lesults and'ways ti detect the variojs
disease, but he also told the remedies
TraiiM'rotaiioa of Krult?.
Pref-ss.,r a W. Drinkard. Jr. as?
sistant horticulturist, of Blacksburg,
was called upon to make his report of
tue rec lit . onvetitlon of the Eastern
f*-uTl lowers' Association at VVashlng
taa, December IT and Is. 1S1Z. He
R4d 9! the work taken up tSere ami
gave a melt satisfactory r< port to the
convention. Th?- main question taker,
up, he stated, was freight rates re?
garding the transportation of fruits
Many Interesting discussions and pa?
pers reii at this time were compr*
\- :.rivly told in the report read by
Professor Drdnkard. and be was ap?
plauded at the conclusion of its read?
President Pratt tn<-n read the report
at the resolutions committee, wlfich
a as adoptod bv a unanimous vote.
The question of unfinished business
'vui then takep up. and tr.e question.
? I '?-vclopments in the Krult Market."
?"Ich was to have been alven yes
:erday morning lv Professor P. A.
Waugh, of Massachusetts, was taken
up an.l brief 1 y discussed. Dr. VVaujrh
a :Id not he present on account of 1.1
iicar. and 'his was considered a ques?
tion of vital Importance.
The time and place of the next con?
vention will be determined upon later
by the board of directors of the as?
sociation was announced by President
PreTTf. who stated taat aH the mem
berg wojld receive formal nottflcation
Professor Van Deman. wfco judged
tha exhibit of apples at. the show, was
cSSBai upon *or a short talk regarding
1 Is work of the past few daya He
stated, that the apples exhibited here
were bett*r than ever before, and that
some of the exhibits could be shown
? r.ywhere in the world with p-Vie. H~
.-_ed the fralt growers present to lm
t rove tjoeir comxneri >al apples just as
Have You Heard the
VICTOR RECORDS FOR JANUARY?
?We cordially Invite you to vitlt our sound proof Victor Parlors at
any time ami liavo any Victor tm* ord playod.
Aft'-r a tii' iomf shopping tour \ ou rest and enjoy the world's
beet MWSfl In these handsomely appointed parlors. W, will consider it
a pleasure to entertain you,
WALTER D. MOSES & CO.,
ioct BAM1 nrto%i> xtki.kp.
Oldest Music House In \ Iralala and North Carolina.
MiTK. ?feats for the benefit concert of the Sheltering Arms Kreo
Haapltal on sau; iii:kk. ff?4mm ti &?. m <mj and 7 sc.
they !>a\ <? improved the character of
the Brut displayed he~re.
The ? niyentioii was then adjourne'i
alrle Me and the seventeenth annual
convention was at an end
The awards at the apple show were
I as follows:
Qtaaaa 4. Pistes.
First. Dr. K 1'. Parsons; second, W
t lass .*., ?Insle Plates.
Albemarle Pippins?First. Dr. Par-1
? sons: second, Jan.es Dickie.
Wlnesais?First. S. 8. Guerrant
i second. O. M. (Mil*Ml?
Vork Imperial?First, Dr. Parsons,
second. Klon Ammon.
pilot?First, Dr. Parsons, second
>;rin;eh Q?ai?I?First, James Dlckl?;
i second. D M. Washington.
.Mammoth Black Twigs?First, Bion
Ammon: second. Dr. B> S ?uerrant.
Ixlitious?First, Hiatt & Son; aec-j
i oiid, Jack Hammond,
j Ben Davis?First. F. W. t?teck; sec?
ond. James Dickie.
Stay man? Firn. F. W. Steck; ace
, ond, J R. Ouerrant.
Kin:a Beauty?Fl: st. Dr. Parsons;
second. W. S. Bryan.
Bonun: -First. Towson E. Smith.
Paradise?First. F. W, Steck; sec?
ond. K. P. Parsons
P.ome Beauity?First. F. W. Steck,
second, S. S. ?Juerrant j
Buckingham?No first prize; aecond.
K. P Parsons.
Pat kfa Pleasant?No f!r?.t prise; aec
j end, James Dickie.
Black Ben?First, F. W. Steele, sec
I ond. W 8. Bryan.
<;a:.o ? First. F. W. Steck, second. D
Northern Spy?First. Bond Bros.; sec?
ond. J Brad Beverly.
Cannon I'earmain?No first priz
secutid. Dr S S. Guerrant.
< laae S, Heat \un or I allated \nrle?y.
No tirst prize; second. Dr. E. P. Fa: -
sons, on I-ady lingers.
? las? p. Beat I'lnte of Pears.
No first prize: second. D. Wi Wash?
ington, on Kelffer Pears.
Class 1<>. For Heat Plate of Xute.
No first prize: second. Miss Julia
Ctaaa it. Perk of Irish Potatoes.
First. 8. Von Ammon second, R H
Claaa 15. Heat Plate of Variety ?I
S- Von Ammon, second on HoTboro:
F. W. Steck, seoond on Willow. F. H.
Antrim, second on Umbertwlg. Dr.
Parsoru- .>nd on Yellow Bellftower,
Dr. Parsons, second or. Spiti'-nburK
Dr. Parsons, second on Red Betruii
helm Dr. Parsons, so.-ond on Tewko
burg Blush. I?r. Parsons, second on
Smokehouse' Dr. I-arsons. second *"n
Caaaa 17, Rent \ppie pie.
Ftgst. Mrs. James Dickie: second.
Mrs. I II. Markham.
Commeretal Apples la Hurrel?.
Ciats 1?Mammoth Black Twig:
First. Dr. S 8. Guerrant. Callaways:
seoond, John ThwaJt. Winchester.
Class 1.?Wir.esaps: First, Geeyrare
P. Dodge. Ltovlngston: second. Dr.
Oass 1 ?Ben Davis: First. Bond
Brothers. Winchester, second, W. I_
ci.tsa I ?Albemarle Pippins: First,
Dr. S. S. Guerrant: second. James
Class 1.?York Imperials: First. H.
G. Earrrhart A Sons, N'?w Hope. No
'?"lass 2-?Beet barrel, any variety:
First. Bond Brothers. Wine-hester; sec?
ond. Dr. 6. & Guarrant.
Mammoth Black Twig?First. Dr S
3. Guerrant; second. J. P. Brown. Pur-,
Win-warm?First. Dr. R S. Guerrant.:
second. Carstain J. Brad Beverly. 'The i
Ben Dada?First. T W. Steck. Ope- :
5 Cent Cigars
Satisfy the Most Fastidious Smoker
Try a Quarter's Worth and
Prove Our Claim.
For Sale at All FirsUClass Stores.
quon; second. Hund Brothers.
Delicious?First. Wl S. Illett A sWsV
Winchester, second. M. B. and W. M.
York Imperials?First, James Dickte.
Koseland, secund. M. B. and W. ML
Stayman?First. T. W. Steck , second.
R. II. Clemmer. MiddfSfcrook.
Grimes Golden?First, John Thwalt:
second, D. N Washington, Harrison
Albrmarle Mpi'lnt?First. T W
St.-. k second. Dr. M 8- Guerrant.
<Jano?First, no competition; second.
D. N. Washington.
Home Beauty?No competition: see.
ond. Dr. S. B. Guerrant.
Paradise Winter Sweet?No compe?
tition: second. T. W. Steok.
Jonathans ?No competition; second.
T W Steck.
Scaliclde cup?Offered by B G Pratt
and Company. New YorK. for best
three bushel boxes of any three listed
varieties: Arkansas Blacks. Wlnesaps
and Kennand's Choice?E. B. Crockett,
Modern Farming Challenge Caft for
best three boxes?J. Brad Beverly.
Most Artistic Design in Apples,
"V'eginia Wins'?T. W. Steck.
ULI. < OMMJSSIOSS
KtAOKFJJ BY RUfiASB
Columbia. S. C. January 11.?Ail com?
missions of constables In the state of
South Carolina and of all commission?
ers it deeds for Soutlt Carolina in other
States and foreign countries are re?
voked iii proclamations received by a
local newspaper from Governor Cole
I.. Blease early to-day. The procla?
mations w<-re for publication as ad
Revacation of the "?ommiis'or.!, ac?
cording to the proclamations, is ef?
fective January 21. 1s13. Desire to
? 'purify the puhiic aervict" is the rea?
son for the Governor's action in re?
gard to the commiss'onera. as stated
in the proclamations. Nj explanation
[ of the removal of the constables is
Body of Moors Itotited.
Mogador. Morocco, January 19.?A
French cnlnma commanded by Colonel
Ainedee Guydon de Dives. to-da>' fought
a severe battle with a large body of
Moors, whom they routed with a loss
of .Son killt d Twelve French soldiers
w ere killed and sixty wounded. The
Moors attacked the French troops
tw-iity miles east of Mogador. where
they w. re guarding the lines of com?
munication In Southern Morocco.
MORE TROUBLE FOR JOHNSON
' Sntomobile. Safe and ?innres of sa?
loon -el/rd by Skerlff.
Chicago. January' 10.?Jack John?
sons automobile, a safe and the flx
Itures of the saloon of which he was
until recently the proprietor, were
seized to-day by the sheriff to satisfy
a judgment of 15.6J1. obtained against
the negro pugilist by a brewing com?
For some time the pugilist appar?
ently has been training to fight again.
He has been bojtir.g at a local gym?
nasium. Objection was made to his
ising the gymnasium, and yesterday
h?. was requested to find some other
place to box.
wom?a t\ki; ?k \ ?1
\? WTATK I IITITgfisthaWf
Olympia. Wash. January 1".?Many)
Important n . *u.-es. the moat of thein |
aiming at social reforms, are slat.-d for'
consideration and action at th? session I
of the Washington le-aislatnre. wi?i. >,
will begin here Monday. For the ttrst
time in the history of this State women
w'll have seats among; the aw makers
Two women?one a Progresaive. th?'
other a Republican?are imluded :r:
the membership of the lower house.
Aldermaa on Committee.
St. Augustine. Fla. Jauuary It ? A
national organization to take rhars?
of the peace eelebrat'^n in 1315 to
commemorate the signing of the tresTy
of Ghent, in 1*15. and the half centurv
of peace between the States, was
launched here to-day William J. ?
Bryan was named honorary president
and Dr. Fdwin Anderson Alderman,
president of the Cnlverslty of Virginia
chairman of the organization co-nm>l-|
"LET YOUR WIFE
HANDLE YOUR PAY"
chl'-igo. III., January 10.? Norman W.
Harris. ..f N. \V. Harris ?: Ca. ?nd Har?
ri?, Korben ac Co., In retiring aft*r
nearly fifty years In the funking bus?
iness in Moatoii. New York and Chi
1 ago. glv. s these rules to young men
trvi'ix to find the road to success:
"A young man must b-arn to save
money as well as make It.
"There is an old proverb, 'Any fool
can make money. It takes a wlse man
to save it.'
"Money Is not everything, success
Is more than money. But one must
save money and have money to gain
"One way to save money?if a
fnaasj man can'i do It himself?Is to
in., . v and let one's wife handle, the
pay envelope "
ai-",tHm in i i rut's H ALES.
If Mian Hutkrr Marries a Protestaat
Ultkin Kite I ears Ske | ..?. ?, aKurtuae.
Poukhkeepsie, January 10?If Miss
Elisabeth Huther should take It into
tier pretty head to marry a Protestant
during the next five years, when she
will be) twenty-one years old. sh<- will
los? tUO.00;. accord'ng to the will of
be* fatbtr, Henry Huther, who died
here a few days ago.
Huther and his daughter lived In a
little ilat oven a store in a poor sec?
tion of the city, and not until the
provisions of his will were made
known did his friends kti' w of tils for-!
tune, if Miss Huther should marry a
Protestant during her minority the
fortune will be divided evenly between
the Church of the Nativtty In thia
city and the Church of St. Nicholas
in Brooklyn, where her father was a
I Cutil she becomes of age Miss
Huther will receive an income from
her father's estate, and a guardian will
I be appointed.
boy Jt--T hums*) fimn m:
' Pearl He Sold for good t etches fP.OOO
j In *rw York.
De>ad Hill. Ark . January i>.?"To find
a record-breaking peart, s?ll It for %:,???.
and then learn of its sale in New York
for $9.o00. is enough to make a man
lose heart." said John RigjVy, a farmer
boy, who picked up a slxty-etght-grain
pearl la White River, near Peel, late
l.isley aoM his prize to a pearl buyer
from Cotter, who later disposed of It
for Jl.?iiu. It was last sold In New
York City, where a wealthy young
woman Is said to have paid 19.000
The Rlsley pearl is one and seven
eij-hths inches in circumference, and
is perfect in shape and lustre.
t.raod officers entertained.
(Special to The Times-Dispatch.) j
I I>ynchburg. Va., January 10.?Grand
! Chancellor B. A. Kuffln. of Richmond. '
grand keeper of record and seals, li
M. l>arneiL of Koanoke, and tlrand
Master of KX'i-eqjer JJ. T Bailey, of
Richmond, of the Virginia Grand Dodge'
of Knights of Pythias, were guests of
honor to-night of the Lynchburg Dodge,
No. 11. of that order, at the 'nstalla
tion of officers. The crand officers all
made addresses at a banquet following
Ulli Play io-.la.T
? (Special to The Times-Dispatch.)
I Taj 1 b bail at. Va.. January \<).?The
\ basketball team representing the Riv
ermont Athletic Club will g? to Hamp
den-Sidney to-morrow afternoon to
j play the quint at Hampden-Sidney
College. It is probab'e that some of
the members of the club, in addition
to the players, will go on the trip.
The club is endoavorinc to secure
two games, oin here and one in Roa
noke. with the Magic City Y M. C A .
and another is practically assured some
time during February with the Kan
dniph-Macon Academy, of Bedford
r???Mauri i it Ufa
h \ ?Nonn um, h aJHt
Fairbank:-. Alaska. January 10.?As a
result of the snow blockade on the
Copper River and N'ortrtwestern Rail?
road, which has hc?n tied up more than
two we?ks with little prospect of early j
resumption of traffic. Fairbanks, th-;
larg st cjty la A'aska. has been with?
out mail service! from the State* since
The last mail w aa received on that
day by dog sleds from clutina. and the!
Rand mail s not expected le-for- the)
end of th?. present month.
Tons of outgo'ng tlrst-class mail ?r? |
stacked at Chiutina. while a-reat quan-j
tuies of inbound maii are held at Cor-!
The dp council and the CsjaaeaeaTcsal
?lub. of Fairbanks, cabled yesterday
to Delesate Wickersham a' ? .ish r.-i
ton. protes.ing aga'-nat what they de?
clare to be inadequate provision for
mri service and aPPealir.k for relief
W mm l~J.it.il Ij W til *?- -.Mx-frtl 1 ?!????. ! M?l?* ?????*
This Year's Clothes Made in the NEW Styles of To-Day
$18 SUIT OR OVERCOAT, $1 O 50
Made to measure?up-to-date in every particular. No trouble
to gei fitted. We GUARANTEE to fit vou. BROWNS, BLUES,
< .R WS, STRIFKS. MIXTURES. Kow'a the time to get a stylish
tailor-made Suit or Top-Ccat for less than ordinary "ready-mad' -
$20 OVERCOATS, Tailor-Made in New Effects, $15.00
The Big Suit-End Sale is Still Going On
I Trousers, $350
Pleiitv of attractive designs left. But they are selling so rapidly we advise you to ORDER AT
ONCE. You'll never get finer trousers for less money. Take your choice of the whole lot of suit
end, tor $3.50.
MORTON C. STOUT & CO
TWELVE LARGE ESTABLISHMENTS INUTWELVE LARGE CITIES
1?\il0rS^ 714 East Main St. ^ImpOrt?TS
(Continued From First Page.)
weighs ? the neighborhood of 200
pounds and has the ?am?- round, cheru?
bic, very smooth face, a typical Hiber?
nian mm and as big and round a pair
of baby blue eyes as wer? ever seen,
and a round, well developed head,
seated on a pair ,t massive shoulders,
! with a seventeeu-inch neck Joining
Mentally a Wreck.
But mentally the "kdg fellow" is s
wreck. Bjrn kg poverty, schooled In
! differently, at work as a newsboy, then
in newspaper offices in New York City,
then in charge of a big newspaper de?
liver-, syst -m. then an owner of many
newsstands and suixesslvey a district
leader of Tammany, sn Assemblvman.
a State Senator and a I'ongressman.
Hepresentative Sullivan next engaged
la theatrical enterprises, an.l at one
time he and his friends controlled th'.r
ty-two theatres in the country. It has
always been contended that with a
higher education '?Big Tim'' Sullivan,
with his vast executive ability, wouid
have been one of the great captains
of industry of the generation.
Kepresentat'.ve Sullivan's wife died
several weeks ago. He has no near
relatives save Larry Mulligan, his step?
brother, and a step-stster and anoth? r
step-brother The death of his ne?
phew, Timothy P. Sullivan, several
years ago from the same maladT Which
is now to britlg about the "Big Jt'ei
j low's" dissolution, was one of th
' greatest paagl of his life. They were
Togethe- for years and years, they
had issued the Christmas invitations
to the poor and the wanderers of the
Kast bsm to partake of the seasons
jo.vfulness in the shape of a banquet
and the distribution of thousands of
pairs of sfioes and other comfortable
and substantial gifts. Together they
had controlled the Democratic politic*
of the Hast Side, and Timothy P. had
been the master mind of the t?oard ot
Aldermen. They had stood together,
fought together and prospered togeth?
er, atid together they had" distributed
hundreis of thousands of ilollars in
cMatty They had been attacked to?
gether, and they had fought back to
geHTer. tad it is well kne>wn that when
Timothy P. died the "Big Fellow's" in
t?-est in political affairs bcftan la
He gave up his seat In the State
Senate ,t Albany and went to Wasli
ington os a Congressman, ihinklni?
th- . hange might give him ? new en?
vironment Quickly he became tired
Od Washington ar.-i returned to Al?
bany. Early las: spring his mental
health became slightly weakeic-C. He
-ook a run over to E-urOpe. think::.?
to benerlt himseif He returned some
wnst improved, and consented :o run
for Congress again km the new Thir?
teenth Distriit He was elected with?
out 'lifting his hand As a matter sf
fact, he was in Bond's Sanatorium
most of the time, but he was aaasrtaea*
that his volunta.y confinement would
be of short duration.
SCHEME IS FRIENDLESS
I onareaameo l)? >ot taprnve Bedno- ,
tlon of Cuatoma Districts.
Washington. January II?.?The planr
of customs reorganization, comprising
? revolutionary change in trie hounaa
ries of customs districts, is so close Id
?ompb'tior, that within a month Sec
retarv Mac Wag h, of the Treasury Dc
partmen* expects to submit the sehem
to peestdent Taft for approval. It be J
-omes efTeetlve July L
The plsn contemplates -he reduction1
of the la* d.atrlcu to fifty. Wi.th i
few exceptions each Ptste will consti?
tute one customs district. Texas. New
Vork and California, however, each
Farm and Garden.
<^ ; New Descriptive Catalog
M ruily up-to-date, givtnir. descrip?
tions and full information about
the best and most profitable
seed* to grow. It teils ail about
Grasses and Clovers,
Seed Potatoes, Seed Oats,
Cow Peas, Soja Beans,
The Best Seed Corns
and all other
Farm and Garden Seeds.
Wood's Seed Catalog; Km
long been recojrruzc-d M ? Stan
da d authority on Seeds.
Mailed on request, write for it
T. W. WOOD tr SONS,
SEXDSMLN, WCfTMOND. VA.
?vlll have two or three dlBtnurts, while
several of the interior States will be
. grouped into one district.
I The Treasury Department to-day de?
clined to announce any of the pro
! posed chang's In detail with the state*
. mt-nt that the whole plan at present
l^s tentative Senators and Representa
| fives, it was said, are bombarding the
? department with protests against IIM
I contemplated actions In their States and
districts. So vigorous have been some
'of the complaints that officials to-day
j expressed the belief that, although th*
I reorganization was authorized by Con
: gress It now- has few friends among
} Senators and Representatives,
j Congress stipulated that the Treas?
ury must save JTuu.UOO by the reor
I ganization. To atcump?sh thin, it was
said, there must be a substantial re
: duct>(On in the number of customs em?
ployes, now reaching fi.Oort.
The term "subport of entry" will be
abolished uuuer the new scheme. All
will be ports of entry with headquar?
ters of entry at principal ports In each
Sistrlct. None of the existing ports
ail! be abandoned, but many of the
useless supports will be abolished.
in no place In the country. It is said,
las there been greater kor-.! n-rUat'.ou
than in Virginia, where Newport News,
Norfolk ar.d Portsmouth will he con?
solidated into one district. To settle
the big contest between Norfolk ana
Newport News, as to which, shall be
the m-adquartrrs of the district, F. at
Halstead. chief of the customs dlsvlsion
of the treasury, left Washington to
nijrht for Norfolk and Newport News,
to make an investigation.
SUFFERING IN FLOOD
I High Waters Msrooa K.0OO Faa-lllee la
lliimri at Wheeling.
I Wheeling. W. Va.. January 10 ?
[Wheeling Is flood-bound. The crest of
j the flood which passed Pittsburgh last
j night reached here early to-day. ma?
rooned 4.000 families in their homes.
, stopped all street car and railroad
! traflsC cut off the eltv's gas supply, and
j caused much suffering and property
One woman is known to have been
I drowned aSka another, missing, is be
? Iieved lost.
For jo" miles up and down the Ohic
jRiver, ilood conditions exist, tying up
'. traffic and industrial plants and cans
ling much loss and suffering.
Mrs. .lames McMann. lighthouse
tender, lost her life In the tlood late
. last iiitriu. while trying to cross a
liaatls over the swolen river. Mrs.
; Lizzie Ralke. aged sixty, is missins.
and is believe.i Co have been drowned.
Held in Hemline--.
''oiumbus. Ohio. January lu.?The
Medical atid Hospital Corps of the
<?hio National Guard were held in
ica.linets to-da> to rush to the* relict
of Oh la River flood sufferers. K-portj
ractrend at do adjutant general's of
?Ci to-day were that a rise in tem?
perature hail eagaaasj further swelling
of the rlve>r waters and im teased the
\rcres? Is sentence.;.
leoiidou. January lP--.'?;rs. Annie
Croat. xasarleaa ncgrcss. was to
tln\ found Kiillf\ of manslaughter in
arilMag .i :m ssclatyre, ,u, Baaglksh
attiaaa, ?nd sentenced to five \taro\
Cm- night in December Mrs 'Iross,
who lived In the same board in a; kajaaaa
as Miss aatlatyrc, attempted to kill
her usuband, Harry ijross. a raKtmio
dancer Miss Meint >r.- was present,
and a bullet struck and kllleu her.
The prisoner plead.-d that she bred
at her husband in self-defense. She
<l. i.i..| aak did not s.o Miss Ma?
? i Is me. i . \\ ondeiard.
[?gltlaJ to Th- Times-Dispatch ] |
Bristol Va . January |u _Colonel
James c Waeaainid who died In Knox
vflle. T this we, k. at Mat ago of
aeresity-oeie) years, was a native of
lee Vi. and h, agaMod n
thai ...int- until |t?j?. when he went
t" K:. >\vill'. wh o |.e ?.,.,., b.-cam
p-ea d'tit of the Fountain City T?and
CTtiptm He later was elected pres?
ident mt the State Rank of Kr, -xvllle.
aid ,n i?r>s. he and h.s r.-.n pur .Vised
UM Kaoxttllr Business coll-ge. with
which coloii-1 Woodward was as social,
ed until he retired from busin' ss two
The funeral a-rvice, nage ?-fluct-d
Tuesday, th- Rex. George i: stuart be.
Ing in charge
[Special t . The Tim- ? Dispatch 1
Harrlaonbiirs: Va . Januar*
David Depov a'vtv rlabt ,rar* ..Id
died yesterdax ".?- Athlewe, pokn*
ham OasiM He letreaa rasgr rbfldn
and several brothers and a'M-r? Dan
i Ing the war be was a m.-mber ef M>
iKeal's Valley Rang-ra and was a" r .1
Ci-ARKC ?Dleif. Jar* a-\ *1 I at
th- home of Her daughter Mra J.
L-e Warrlner. Curl'e attck, \'a MR5
bettif Cl-AcUCE. wWUre r: H>hert
P. Clarke, aged alai?t>-four SJie
leaves ana brother and one aaabaf
?ix dauaThtara and I tag soaa, to
mourn their loas
Fjncrai SCXDAT. January 1J. from
Ceatral Bapt ??. Church it I P. ft
BOWTa*?-D'f* at C?isr:ottaav!..s \a
Tharaday. January #. OTT.UK
JONX? BO-PTTK w -a Of f" ate
Waltar Bow'e. In the a.a
year of bar age
Funeral a: Cbafottrs
Wild MULE'S DEELS
Philadelphia, Januar?' 10 ?-Pete?
Kinalcr. a dump-cart driver, with, na
permanent address, sought the aid ot
a mule's heels to get into a house he
had been forbidden to enter. Peter
got thirty days In the county prison.
Peter Kinsler's mother lives' wiftB
Mrs. Elizabeth Boyle, in Brandywind
Street. He sought to ki-.ii . s mother,
but Mrs, Boyle refused hli admittance.
Then Peter unhitched om of his mules
and backed the animal up against the
Boyles" door. Then he tickled the mulo.
and the mule's good hind legs did th4j
rest. The door went down m s p. Hater*
and Peter proudly entered.
Policeman Beavy heard the racket
and ran to the Brandywine Street
house. Peter was quietly conversing}
with his mother, but Mrs Boyle w
1 not so ?miet. She told the policeman
: what had happened, and Peter Kins lee
I was soon in the lock-up. The mula
I went unpunished.
DIVORCE, WITR ALIMONY,
M AS COMMON IN BABYLOJt
Chicago. January 10?In the city of Babya
on. during the rei?n of Ilauimu.Rabi. about
2!2o B. C. divorce, ?rtth alimony, was a com?
mon occurrence, according to Re\. Samoet
A. B Mer-er. of the Western Theological
Seminary. ?"ho has Ju?t completed transla?
j lions of Raby.onian cuneiform inscriptions,
e results of his work were made ;? ;!>. 3
the I'nlverslty of Chicago Press >cster?
p ef riebe figured IS
I divoree courts an* soandale furnished the
iity ?Ith *o*?lt?." he sara "Having beea
[granted a divorce, a tr.au would pay liberal
io:iy to his wife and publisu the in for*
! mat Ion that should anv one marry tl?a
.' divorcee he mould not cbjevt."
i Tb* Samas-Ha'bl "case " is pointed out aal
aaa arhich caused, in all 0i obalbi'ltv. a sene
?atinn. A court room aoeoa l> deaerilM-4.
In which Mrs. Naramtum dames-RabL band?
' aomrly clad in ?IV and wearina manv din*
j u-onds and aapphlrea. at a dramatl-- ra-e
: nient during the proceedings and pointing!
??er linger at Mr. Samas-Rabi. cried. " YoSI
are not my husband!" 1
And then and ther- the ? ane m.i? e'osedif
the woman being granted ihe a l.noi.jr - ?,
At tree ig the curious Christmag preaa
ents of this yea- will be one for a mal?
of national reputa>tioii. winch haa beets}
all year In tue taaking.
Way last January the present was;
decided upon. .t:;d a friend of the prom,
Inent gentleman requested the BurreUel
Prees nipping Bureau, of New York,
?o watelt every paper In America. *n<t
to taK.- up eve item which appeared)
roreertttng the man.
~ . v . eatl people fo!!ow-?dJ
Instructions, ard now pe.s--r rhe Ms-]
tory of one year in th? hfe of this)
The hist e-,ds just after elecUonu
Sind thre ;0.*4; newspaper items founft
Include eve--thing, from a three-Una
editorial mention to full-paa- ilttis^
trafed stories These have been ittount.
ed on 1.209 great sheets of Irish tinea
paper end bound into three massive)
At the head of each item is the name}
aid date of pope - clipped from, this;
Information hartng been put In with a\
book typewriter. The words thus in*
?erted amount to K.3.I5T.
In actual time, a very strict r*?oordr
of which has been kept, the work haa
required sivty-foor work-.a days
throughout the veer, and has kept lt?
amployment during tha* time 'rrtf
iseople as readers, rllppe-s. sorte-r%
enounters and binders Beery news**
ftaper of Impo-tan -? Is represented.
This is merelv .\ ?pertt--- of some of>
?M uniqu? orders which get tnto t%ss
Jtu-- > Bureau, for the e\-ee? tej
which clipplne? ere use-l by -. ] iais
and by rvusdneee concerns see-r.s to ba
The-e are mar.y p?op!? ?n private ad
Well ae in public life ? ' irasl
el.'ptdnga and don't know It. It mhrai
be well for them to look up this
Burrelle. who is said I > be
known that a letter simply
"BamlU, New Tars." a -. hin)
?4U na dalag. 4Aiver:.aocieatd>
Tf PORT RJCHM0.W 1 f
Offers the Lei: ^.?arwe for you to dojiaar
your aKatry quickiy by iavasuag ia -sat
LITTLE FRLTT FARMS
BIG MONEY MAKERS*
O. D. I_ West Paiac Va.
The Keeley Cure SS
S3 year*. Bcaowet ail desire for <
ft attaftg. 812 N. Broad St.. Phils.. Pa,
The Official Water of the At
Druggists' Syndicate, AdJopiBBj
IT IS THE