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Wo arc inst in receipt of an
; extensive number of new ami
.fttra ri\ c articles for this bridal
Ill WI til in will demon?tr.it?
that for excellence and g<>od
taste, coupled with moderate
prices, this display ?'- not ex?
cel 1 '.*U -
Second and Broad Streets.
NEWMOVE IN WAR
0? WHITE SI W
ISpocjalto The Times-Dispatch]
Waehineton. January 11 ?Xn important
new movement of a i,ri\-at? charge tc r W
Sbout to I. ?tsrled tn ce-necflor. WttM (fee
~ government s mmpaiirn apalnwt the ? liite
a:av? traf*!?-." The new n.-ivamant ooetoaa
plates tie- est lb ts'r-rr.. i | ..f a money ioun<ta
tlon. aeseuntrae aoaalbly to a* inuci aa
$1?'?*>.!??>. t! i' income ..' which will I..- u^'-'l
la promoting features el tlx campaign in
which the Federal govemmsat as gast :???
folly ,; .-jut. It la understood that John l>
Reckefeiler, Jr. who already haa lemon
strated hi* Interest la the suppression of
this nefarious traffic. I? active.;, supporting
the new fhovement. and will be one of Its
prineipa. fir.ar.c:..: St kl r?
The purpose of this new mo\ome.it will!
be to aav* the unfortunate girls who hare j
heart made the victims mt white alave prae
tlcri. It I? to ?upport homes for women |
ot this character and to establish, new ones I
that the movement about to b? launched !
It 1? understood here thai s-iffleleivt money I
I? In sieht to Ir.sure the success mt the foun- |
datJoz. and t.-ist an anao;u-.c?mant of Its j
?cope and purposes soon ?1! be made.
Dp Stenley O. FtacS. who l-.as carried on-'
the Department of Justice white slave In-1
vestlgation. is attributed the credit for this
r.ew mmfttifnl. The plan is said to eontSSB
p.ate a supil rlslnu by Mr. Finch ef the ]
work of -.he foundation In connection with I
fcls offlci?: d.:t!es ss tha dlrectlnit fere* la
the government's prosecutions. Mr. Pineas]
Bas his office m Baltimore. tVhen ?jues- J
toned tA-,*ay r. rasard tr> the r.en move- |
?nerr and tlse report that Mr. Rockefeller
it beblni It he declined to comment on the1
fO 8? DISCUSSED
Series of Lectures at University
of Virginia Under New
(Special to The Times-Dispatch.)
Oharl%*4 at la Va.. January 11. --Be
gtaalaoj tins monih, a s?rifs of lec
, t .r.-s on the negro problem wlU be
Klven at the University of Virginia
the l'li? 'tis-istokes Foundation
About a year ago th? trustees of this
fund established fellowships at (Jeir
! ku end \iiKiii'a. both to be used in
?j.ly uf the negro problem, and
.1! Iba .samt- time lectureships were
] founded in uaeh of these universities.
'!'!'?? initial lecture at the University
? ?: \ iT'Kinia will be dMevered January
II by Ljt. James 11. Dlliard. l)r. ?II
I lard \\ ...s formerly dean of Tulane
1 nlversity, und at the present timi
is preelfleat aai director of the Jeeaea
Fund, and aai rotary and director of
the slater l'uii.l. Imih funds being for
the education >f the negro.
I The second speaker will he Dr. Ul
I rii k B PhlU^pa, til of a?Of of American
I history at the University of Michigan.
? Who will lecture on January -8. Dr.
PhtlMpa is ay birth a Southern man,
and was educated at Ceorgia and Tu
lan* His tUbjeCl will be "Blackbelt
Negro l^aboi: It's Kfflciency and Its
Dr. Alfred Holt Stone, of D.nleith.
Mise. arVl deliver the third lecture on
February ll. Mr. StJne le a large
plantation owner in Mississippi, and
In managing it he has had abundant
opportunity for the study of the ?iues
tl.iti. He Is the anther of numerous
books and papers ilealing with the
? nonmalf aspect <>f the neuro problem,
and will take for the subject jf h'n
Ii ctare here, "The Economic Negro."
The final lecture of th*> series will
) gin 11 on February ?5 by Dr James
Bardin, of the University of Virginia,
who will speak on the social and eco?
nomic significance of the mentally de?
fective negro. Pr. Bardin has been
in ak 1 n k extensive investigations
thnuKh the Central State Hospital for
negroes, and has accumulated much
litta ralatteg to the causea of negro
This Is the first time any such series
of lectures .has ever been given in the
South, the lectureship having been es?
tablished only last year, and no such
series has ever heen delivered any?
where. Invitations will be extended
to all students of the negro question
and visitors from all over the South
will be present. I
struck bf Mniorcyrle.
J. <~ Baiter, about slxry.-flve years old.
??s ?tir-cked (inn- und * Ight y hurt >ester- j
day afternoon a: I o'clock at Eighth and Main I
treets when-"fTe n'O bit by a motoreyt :*?
Ladies' Outer Garments
207 East Broad Street
CLEARANCE SALE OF
Ladies' and Misses'
Suits and Coats
Wc still have a complete assortment of Suits from which
you can easily make a selection.
The entire stock must be sold in the next two weeks, and
it has reached a point now where price is no object.
Suits that sold for $12.50 now $625
Suits that sold for $15.00 now $7.50
Suits that sold for $20.00 now $10.00
Suits that sold for $25.00 now $12.50
Suits that sold for $30.00 now
Suits that sold for $35.00 now
In .'idditinn to the above irdiKtions are artH give with
each sail that *r!N above S!o.50 a Mlk petticoat This i?
for Monday only.
We have tbout fifty Coat.-, worth from $17.50 to $22 50.
ring, which we will tfO Q?
Shnrp prf e redm tterra on all our hi^h grade merchandise.
The season's, newest and most, fashionable garments at a
saving o! 50 per cent and morr.
Baylor-Yarborough Co. 207 E. Broad
Said* an Eminent Composer
(M SJN ? ?;?r-iliratten.)
"\r, :' piar.ri Y ?? n wonderful volume of tone of the richest
?fJodic nualitv?rir-.rr piercing or metallii. no matter how
heavily the keys arc *tn;< k."
The p?3no referred to was the wonderful
that ha.? ermt.d "i< h I ron hi th" mu-ir.d world. TV patent
oval tone rr'h ' .* ? - .. *rr..ill upright th'- rich,
?norou? ?-in^:r gfia' ' ? ' ncert grand. The Mc!odi?rand
far excel* the piano of ? ??. everything but prirr i.rt u?
prove it by a drn.or.strv ? - : < ;r b-r
Largest Retailers of Victor Goods in the South.
121 East Broad St^, 41 Sycamore St.,
Riri.r.i mc! ?? - - .;;.
Insert a Music Roll
Pump the pedal'', move three little
cau>es the hammers to strike the
strings of the piano, and thus pro?
duce the tones. But YOU CON?
TROL THE EFFECTS. You
jmove the lever and n-xulate and
give flffiaraiinil to the composition
I you are playing.
You may not know one note
IffOffl another, but you can play
ianvthing you please on the IN?
Let us demonstrate to you.
Sueceasore ( able Piano Co* .
Mad. 2586. 213 E. Broad.
t'.wim Bf Bernard Phjieon. Mr. Baker ??
l>j. keu up by Sir l'livmn, t'atruhnan Wyatt
and a cittsea. He declined surgical atten?
tion. a:.fl was ab> to proceed to hi* home,
*'.Z North Thlrtv-thlrd Street The accident,
according to wlinmci, was unavoidable.
SEVERE EPIDEMIC HERE
I Mra?l?a line City In (Mp -Two Hundred
Cases t .ist Werk.
The meas.es epidemic predicted bv Dr.
! F Levy, Chief Health Officer, has be
come a reait'y, and during tho last week.
?1 cases have been reported to the Rich?
mond Health Department One death "ran
measles has been retported ainee January L
1913. Although distributed generally In the
j c'.ty. the West End. the Seventeenth Stree?
relgh'borhood and the section around Kiata
i and Balnbriilge Streets. In South Richmond,
I are especially Infected.
j A? In 1SQ0, the present epidemic haa been
' largely spread through the medium of
i schools. Sunday schools and Christmas en?
tertainments The outbreak rn Seventeenth
- ? ? wag directly traceable to a Christmas
Si nday schon' entertainment
Dr. Levy has issued a lengthy Kami nr.
containing: bat motion in regard to this
disease, wfilch wtH be distributed to pa?
rents having children In schools which have
already been injected.
Big Crowd Hurries to *?eTenth and Arch
streets at Midnight.
A false alarm of fire last night shortly
before U o'clock was turned In from box1
No. W. Seventh and Arch Streets. Being in
a section devoted principally to large manu- '
factories, a large arusad, anticipating a big
blaze, was attracted. Chief JeVaes and A?
slstar.t Chief Wise were unable to And the!
person who sounded the alarm
Curtain* ablaze about midnight at ISU;
West Grace .street caused a ">ti , ' alarm to
be turned In The flames were extinguished,
a'rer doing trifling damage by engine c?i?
pany No. I?.
Warner I,. Burroughs.
Warner L. Burroughs, flfty-twi
years old. di<d suddenly yesterday
morning Ui his residence. 107 South
First Street. The funeral services will
he conducted from the residence this
afternoon at .1i30 o'clock. Interment,
in Shockoe EMU Cemetery.
Besides, his; widow, he leaves one
son. Oscar P. Burroughs, one daughter,
Mr? Krank P. Powell, of (Jreenvllle, 1
Normo C. I liorpe.
Karma C. Tliorpe died yesterday ;
morning. The funeral will be con?
ducted Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock
from the residence of -lier aunt. Mrs.
L V. BoSsVea, 511 Monteiro Aveniic.
Mrs. \. It. Honker.
Mrs A. H. Hooker, forty-seven years
oid. died yesterday afternoon at -
o'clock in her residence. IS31 Decatur
Street The funeral w'll be conducted
this afternoon at 4 o'clock from the
Mead" Memorial Chuach.
Besides her husband, she leave? two
Children?H. M Hooker and Mis?
Helen I.. Hooker.
Mrs. Fannie K. Stewart.
Luray, Vs.. January 11.?Mrs. Fan?
nie K. Stewart, the oldest Daughter
of the Revolution living in Virgin's,
died at her home In I.utay this morn
infr. as- d about cfghty-five years. She
'i .iv UM widow of Jude?- James i'?
.Stewart, for many years Judge of the
Page County court. Bar father was a
distinguished soldier in the war of
\. H.-ld Boykln.
[Special to The Time.s-ui.spatch.J
Fnrmville. Va.. January 11.?A. field 1
Boykin died early last ? vening at the.
home of hi? aunt. Mrs. Thomas P. ,
Rotertsea. cf Formvillo. He had he.-n
Hi for aome weeks. He spent eavaral
years in Kr nturky. but resided most !
nil his l'fe In this town. He was a
brother of Rev. Klliott Boykln. of I
Brunswick. ??a. He leave; a number1
of relatives. The funeral t.ill ta\ie
i>iace te ssariess aft* raaaa at 3 o'clock
from the residence.
BURROUGHS.- I'ied, of heart failure
Satuniav morning at 7 o'clock,
at his resid> Dee, lot South First
Street WARM KB i- BURROUGHS,
in fifty-second year of his age. He
leav?a h ? wife. lassie Mull Bur?
roughs, and one son. Oscar P. Bur?
roughs, one daughter. Mrs. Frank P.
PawaB, at rrreesisites, s. c.
Funeral from the late residence
THIS AFTERNOOK. i'Z?. Interment
Shockoe Hill Cemetery.
TRinnv - Died, at his residence. At
W. Har.over. Vs.. Sunday. January
R. 1915. at lu 7.7 P. 31.. A. L. PRn?l)T
<A!lle>. Id est son of the late John
The funeral to^.fc place from the
residence, atKe Tuesday. January 7.
late I as 1 as Oak weed Cemetery at
1:4S P. M.
THORPK ? I?ie'. Sat irdav. Jarruarr II.
ISIS. mH KOMMA C THOKi i;
Pwa* ral from the reg'denoe of her
punt Brs. t. V Hughes. Sil Mon
telro Avenue. Barton Heights. MON?
DAY AITIIRXOON at 3 o'clock. In?
terment In Hollywood.
rt'RKK.: D'ed. at her home. |:t
N rth First Street UACUIK TTR
!' 1 iv" ne .'iiighter. one gon.
Tf- f-ir^.,1 M' >NDA >" J o'clock
from Th'rd street A. H K Church.
Ii'"<K HR ?Died, at her residence. u;i
Deeatar Street. South Richmond.
Mal r lay. January 11. at J P M..
BR? \ R HOOKER, aged fortv
se-.,n -ears Mhe >?vr, husband
and children. Mr H. M Hooker
'?? ? ? I. Hooker
Paner? at Bessie B? sserlal
?"?"??eh THIS KVKXIXtl St 4 o'clock
' .-.<? sad acejaalatances Invited to
BC?I.Lr\ri ?r?'?-* at her restdenre. ?1?
Mt Psnl ?? . . r;F4 MIO IK s BOIJ.
IXO. wif- or ;ohn A Bollin?, at 3
- 'V I M Hh? leave- a husband,
four ci- ..- ? ?? two aon? and a sis?
ter ta Murn their Maw.
Fun? - later.
HACKF7T bodr af JAMFJ" J
HA? .\ t.TT - d )r El Pasa,
Trsss Ja-? ar 4 1912. Is now at
- ' ? par-nta. Mr. and
f Hachett, am Bast
1 BECOMES SERIOUS
Ohio River Over Its Banks and
Lowlands Are Inun?
MANY PEOPLE HOMELESS
Second Storm Sweeps Valley,
and Further Rise Is
Cincinnati, Ohl>, January 11? The
Hood situation in thie city took on a
serious aspect to-night, when the Ohio
Itiver rose to a point where the Cen?
tral I'nion depot was forced to aban?
don Ms tracks. Weather Forecaster
j Devereaux tJ-night issued w arning to
those merchants whose places of busi?
ness would tome within the ."li-foot
danger lino. Ie la expected to reach
that staue, and if the cold wave \?iiich
I? expected here by to-morrow noon
?Joes no; ?aterlallee. the prediction is
that between 60 and 61 feet will be
reached. This wMl cause considerable
.Many Made llomrleaa.
Louisville, Ivy.. January 11.?Flood
water to-day invaded the low-lying
sections of Lounsvllle, and marly 100
families have had to abandon their
hornets. To-nlgtit, with 3o.4 feet of
water at the head of the canal, the
Ohio River is 2.4 feet above Hood stage
and is ris'.ni; steadil> at the rate >f
three-tenths of a foot an hour. No
damage of consequence wiil be done,
river men say. unless the stage reaohoa
thirty-seven feet. Then water will fl >od
a district occupied by about 400 homes.
The city officials have warned residents
of the threatened area, and police are
petroling the river front. Local cha?
ritable organizations are actively as?
sisting those made homeless by the
Second Storm (Her \ alley.
Washington. January 11 ?Continua?
tion of hiKh water on the Ohio RUer
between Cincinnati and Cairo waa pre?
dicted by the Weather Bureau to-night,
as a result of a second general at >rm
tvh'ich passed over the Ohio Valley to?
The rainfall was heavy in the lower
portion of the valley. In the upper
section, however, between Pittsburgh
and Parkersburg. where the rlver had
beg in to fall, the additional precipi?
tation is expected to eause a se.,onil- i
ary rise of not m ?re than two feet
above present stages, and to prolong
the hisrh water sta?e between Cincin?
nati and Cairo.
Colder weather, wh'ich is predicted
to overspread the <ihio Valley Sunday,
no doubt arill help the situation.
At Louisville, warnings have been
issued for a crest stage of about 38
feet m Tuesday and .13 feet is indl
catod for Sunday morning.
General Klood Wamlna.
Columb^i?. O.. January 11.?A general I
flOOd warning for Ohio was Issued by.
the Federal forecaster to-day. He pre- ;
diet, ,] that by to-morrow all Ohio ?
Kivo'rs will he out of their 'hanks, but
the r'se mav be checked some time '
to-morrow. The Ohio National ? UTd
and Its hospital and other equipments;
are beinir held in readiness to be
harried to th.- aid of the flood suf-j
, Henv* naln? Continue.
Kvansville. Ind.. January 11.?rnn-<
tinning heavy rain I and a flood stage
in the Ohio Klver alroa/iy past the
darker point darkened the nnitlook to
day for dwellers In th.- surrounding i
lowlands. Ux a] rainfall was LI*I
Inches for the last twenty-feu hours.
The river stage to-day was 37.S feet.
?Ml bayous are flooded, and farmers
hare souc-ht lush grouadL Uva stock
U being taken to the hills. A local
Stage exceeding forty-five feet Is ex?
River-? Bank full.
.Memphis. Tenn.. January 11 ?With
a rise of frcur feet In -the Mi-^issippi
River at thla point last n Isrl: t and a
five-foot rise shown on the (tau;r at
nightfall, the Weather Bureau <>m
dals are predicting a possible stage
of thirtv-three to thirty-five feet by
the middle of next week. They have
Who Is This Man?
He Is Known All Over the World for
His Wonderful Vegetable Com?
pound He !s the Famous
Dr. W. S. Burkhart.
Dr. W. S. BoT*h?et Aa He U Today. Owes 1
Robust Health and Gain of SO Panada
to Tahiae Hia Own Medicia?. Aa
Needed, for the P.-.?t Je Years.
Iu*t ask mWf r!-!j~,-t Who i? f>r 1
Bu'khart.' He uill tell ycu that he rs the
man who ..\<>'i to drjtosit 2' i en: -
for a W-day treatment of Dr. Burk
hart s VecctaNr ( omixHind And if at
the end of M <Ia> ? you are not cured ?d"
Mornarh. liver. lii<lnr\ and l>oweI trouble,
the dniRKi-t a ill r( t irn vou' rents.
And he ha Iwcn doinc. this for twen'\
five years (h-f thrive million treei?
ng "t- ,,rc ? -< ! ..-.nu.ilk in all <i\ilircc<
countries, showing what a remarkable
medVinr it ? I>t. Burkhart ha? a repu ,
taiion to be proud <4. His fair. hiMstst
mrih'*l < < a? ?in.- to u?e hi? Vi-day J
treatment arH . |, ir^int; only 2< cents for
, i- inter to repay the IS
rents || m ? riirerl. ha* ?'? him a h<e?t of
rverv djruegiM knows bim. knows hia
word~i? c<v A . ? .w? he ?-iM do a? at''mi
?o rjo not hesitate to try hi? Wonderful
Vegetable < 'impound, get tirl of head
ache, sour stomach, bitousne??. rheuma?
tism, ronttipation, hear and kidney trou?
ble B \ou dV.n't get wefl in 30 days you
get bar k \ otir ? * rentf.
And vou crt more for a Cjuarter than
an> oneelaea r jH->?k$; r* 'or. C.et thi*
treatmeat at once. Take the doc
tor at his word. Vou won't be disappoint
?d Be sore to ask for and sec that you
get T>. B.irkhart's Vegetable Compound.
The Stores for You to Trade
Always Save You Money
Strictly Fresh Nearby-Country Fggs dozen...27c
Bent Quality Early June Peas.11c
Finest Quality Baltimore Sliced Bacon, 1-Jb. carton .26c
Choice Hsh Potatoes, 28c peck, 85c bnshel; or. 2H
Good Lard. 10c lb.: 25 lb. raos at.9?.c
Katarno, the f/eat medicine, 'ffular $1.00 bottles
now 85c: per doren. $10.00
Hawaiian finest Sliced Pineapples, can. 18c and 22c
Imported Sifted Petit Po.s Pea?, can.18c
Best Ameri-.an Granulated Sugar, lb... 5c
Rurnford Baking Powder, 1-lb. cans.24c
California Fvarwrated Peaches, 3 lbs. 25c
Washington Cri?ps. package.8c
Large cms Virginia Tomitoe? 7c; or, per dozen... 80c
! < jns Alaska Salmon, 3 cans.25c
Good Sah Pork, lb.*Ves_10c
Corned Picnic Ham-, lb.13c
Smoked Picnic Hams, lb.13c
Good Quat;ty F?gs. dorrn. 23c
Breakfast Baton, lb.?.18c
Skinned Regular Hams, smoked, lb.16c
Kentucky Apple Butte', can..?%???..?*
Suga. Corn. 4 cans.???????. 28c
\ irgit'i.; Comb Honey, pkg.ISC
Brookdatt Mparaa^s*. can..17c
At) "'utely Pine Leaf Lard, !b.14c
1 ? Quality Full Cream Cheese, lb.. 22c
Good Rice, lb. tic
Large Ju;<v Lemon*, dozen....18c
New Seeded Raisins, 1 !b. pkg..... 8c
New California P.unes, lb.8c
[lest Navy Ht m?. !b. . .6c
Onion 4c quart; or, per peek..25c
L i? re bottles Fine Quality Essence Lemon or Vanilla.
4c. or 7 bottles.25c
Hlack eyed Peas, lb.5c
l^rge Juirv Coroanufs.**????. 6c
Prxah?tttas Sugar Corn, 3 cans. 25c
New Loadoa Layer Raisins, lb. 9c
Cape ('od Cranberries, quart.12c
All Pork Country Sausage, lb...... 15c
Walnut Kernels, pound..38c
Fine Crape Fruit.5c
Hillsdale Asparagirv Tips, CM
6 Large New Fat Mackerel.?..?.25c
New Shredded Cocoanut, lb.14c
Sweet Country Cider, gallon.30c
Duffy's Malt Whiskey, bottle....? 85c
Good Rve or Cora Whiskey, gallon.?.$2.00
Good 4-String Broom.20c
New Layer Figs, 2 pounds.25c
Atlantic Matches, <l../?:i ._4c
Good Couacry Batter, H>.?.30c
6-lb. bags Prepared Buckwheat for.25c
$ Chalmer's Gelatine for.25c
Wine for |ell\, .juart . .?.?20c
Winner Brand Coadeoafd Milk. 9c; or, per dozen. $1.05
Best Citv Meal. 20c peck; per bushel. 75c
Gold Medal Flour, 38c bag; p?/ harre .$5.85
Post Toasties or Quaker Brand Corn Hakes. 8c
High Grade of Butterine. H>.20c
5 bars Circus Soap, for laundry, large bar3.25c
Very Best Baker's Clio. .late, lb. 35c
Snowdrift I.ard, all eist l in B..'.12',c
7 bars Domino Best St loilet Soap. 25c
New Clipped Herrings, dozen, 10c; half barrel.$2.75
Campbell's Pork and Bean- can. 9c
6 Potted Tongue or Ham for.25c
Fairbank's Cottolene, in tans, all sizes, 2*s, 4's, 10's;
per lb.? l*c
Old Apple Brandy, gallon.$2.00
Old French Brandy, gallon. $2.00
New Sour Pic Lies, gallon.28c
New Shelled Almonds 11?.-._..38c
New Dates, in 1-lb. pkg. . 9c
Country Walnuts, in shell, perk. 20c
Home-Made Mince Meat, lb. 8c
Sweet Florida Orange?, per rJoeea, 18c. 20c and.23c
Finest California Port or Sherry Wine, bottled at
vinevard, bottle.. 35c
Good California Sherry Wine, per gallon.$1.00
Jello. any flavor, 9c; I pkgs.25c
Mountain Prepared Buckwheat, 2 lb. pkg , 9c; or
7 pkgs. Toilet Paper.25c
Remittance must come with order.
Price List mailed on appluation.
S. ULLMAN'S SON
1820-22 East Main
506 E. Marshall
not Issued any flood warning's for this
Below Memphis the Arkansas River
tj reported as rlstnjc at the rate of a
foot an hour. aJSd the White and St
Krancis Rivers are bankfull.
IS NOT TO BLAME
Doctors Do Not Believe It Is
ICausing Increase of
(Special to The Times-Dispatch ) j
New York. January IL?Dr. Albert I
a Ceyser. professor of physiological |
thrapeutlc* at Kordham University,
and several other well known local 1
medical experts, in Interviews, to-day
denied that modern cooking contributes
to any Increase of cancer, as declared
by l>r Howaid Pa< khard, of Boston.
"I fail to see upon what Dr. Rack
bard bases his theory, for cancer to- |
day is not more prevalent than it ever j
was.-' said Dr. (?yser. "although stat?
istics would seem to show otherwise, i
"That cancer is not Infectious in
the ordinary sense of the word may,
be gathers, from the fact that it rani
be transmitted only with great dim- j
culty, experimentally to animals. Ill
is equally so that cancer cannot be.
Inherited. although some persons are
?tore susceptib'e than others."
Dr. James G. Walsh, well known I
anthcjrjty on medicine and author afI
medical works, agreed substantially
with Dr. tieyser
" Modern cooking softens food " said i
Dr. Walsh, "and therefore lessens thej
tendency toward irritation. The sev
? ral parts of the body where canc-r
t om frequently occurs shows that the
fftaeaaa is the result of frequent irri?
"It is interesting to r.ote that the,
throry that cancer is produced as thei
iceult of frequent irritation Is borne |
out in a remarkable condition that,
PXtata amons a tribe which has its
;-l,odes in the heights of the Hima
l.i\a.?. <\mcer appears in a un'que
form in that part of the world. Owing
to the intense cold of the region, the
people there wear .small stoves in
their clothing near the stomach, and
many of them suffer from cancer
v.her- the sk.r. has been Irritated by
DEAL TO PURCHASE
Pittsburgh Capitalists Negotiate
With Owners of Staun
Staunton. Vs., January il.?Pitts?
burgh cap.talists are negotiating with
the owners of the fcftaunton trolley
with a view to purchasing the
s> stem. The deal h*e not yet be*n
? on< luded. and no facts are given out
i the statement that parties have
about reached an agreement.
If the trade ie made, it Is announced
th.it th.. purehasera esrpect to extend
the lines <nto Ausmsta County In one
or more direction* from Staunton.
Th ? f"ie ?m for some time con?
trolled by J St. Spotta. of thla c!0)\
he^d of the .1. H. exports Oroeery Com
P?n>. When his concern failed. h?
ttan?f''red his stock !n the street
car company to Jaltae I? Wits, Prant
I M 'lt and Anerew Bowling to secure
Indebtednejr* tn th.se men, and they
BT'W - The fnnerai of EDWARD
WAN will take pl%c? THIS (Sunday?
?? FTKRt:<>< >N at ! Je fron? Fifth
.- ' ? ? i Rapt st iTiurrh_
Cos ?dtf f-oi CIi0dft(tdttOll
, ? yf \ v >t.-r hi TW r.r.S~ THIRD
and Broad Streets to X'nta and
Brr ?d Htr??t. to Ninth and Stain
Street, responding to fire liberal
rewsrej if found. Three pictures la
watch C St R*7ID. care Tlmes
IAN TO TRAVK1. WITH
manager. ?alrsmanehap ahilltr nerea
aary. magaslne ex per astce preferred.
Income guareateed. Only live wire.
m?*rUna; hueineee n?ed apply Stuat
leave Tneaday. Call Immediately
MR. BiOEIeOW. Hotel ltoaaeka,
now own the stock of the etreet car
The Staunton chamber of Commerce
has had under consideration for some
time the matter of bringing a ault be
f >re the State Corporation Commis?
sion aarainat the Chesapeake and <thi?i
Railway Company, to compel a reduc?
tion of coal rates to this city. At
a meeting- of the board of directors of
the chamber, held last niKht. it was
ordered that the matter be prosecuted
by attorneys at once. Staunton has
long maintained that the ?mesapeakj
and Ohio waa discriminating agralnat
the city in coal rates.
DEATH FROM OTNIWITI?.
Ihaesae Pnvht ?>>'.? same Type IVeralent In
tienrrta and Teone??ee.
JJpen-er. ? C. Jar.'iary 11?A fata! at?
tack re" menlRsttix bro->sht death to John ?
.1 r.Mf.r. a w-!' known yo-irg man. her?
tc-nishr. He was taken critically lit In a,':
peeadsav ma-.ner a week aa*? lie Improved,
and -relapcu d suddrnty to day F>?ur ph>?-'
nksaa worke.l In vain to save Ma life. The
type at metitnerltta 's considered I ha same
that SMM proven no fatal in various parts j
of Oeor?ia and T*n"?e??*?
Pur-don* are a youn* widow, one BBWtaanTJ
_ l tat? Mr. ar.(T Mrs D. C. E*K r,
TWENTY TWO STITCHES TAKEN
\<xro'? Neck Almost !>evesrd In I ia"tt on
< athertne Mreri.
A dn.r.k?n r??w bei-?^-n Au?uatua Boyd ,
ana. an unlde-.rlflr-i r.?a"ro ir. a house at
1110 ?Catherine Street late last niaht cama.
to a b:o?dy end when the jnknown neavo J
<!-< w a rarer and s?l bus ??vr red Boyd'a
head from his shoulders Twenty-Ewio ;
etltCTirs were taker. In the ne.-k wound bv |
the ami^niance Bovd Ja ?xpe?ted
trie b'ndf h*-.,-i? apared ais stu
vi-;n?i and art?r!?- T>-t- -l-ve .-?-a-eant BaJ -
t. ? Ii detai:?-d to wrrrk tmn I a*e
III $1,000 BAIL
Shortage Amounting to $37033
Found in Office at
rSjx-cia.110 Tho Tlmes-PtspsUch. ]
Ktaunton. Va. Jmrvajy 11.? Poet-Office la
-r'-tor J H Irtins or Oharlotteav?le. ls
en?oted tha post-office at Sherando, Au
n ??? ?"otintr, and four*! th?" office ?h?rt of
about the amount of a * - . ? year a
bastncaa of tha ofTVe, a*nrrtijr*>ttnc ?e*eral
hundred dnllare. Ha at on?e rwort out a
warrant aaainst the postmaster. L O
l?a\-".?a. and he brouaht to ?'launton
last maht try a deputy marshal and had a
prelrmtnarjr haarles to-day Before foiled,
aVaHes r* ,:r.?itn-inner H?lst ?Jlertr.. Da* les
w-?? h.'-t in :h? ?Mir. ?f |I'en a^ewer It
t! ? UafSSal States rrrirt at i."h?irierteevlt!e en
MeasBB* The shortage la ?JT?*
? see 0>nr. also hi ,4 J antes Oll
mnre. alias ?eorra Brown, a BSleeed youth
n?:.teen years mi aa;e for bnrclarlsins; Its
P"h' office a> la-.nsj neV aorne tlma ???>
and rvAsWr.r It of stamps and mnnry to in
rasas of Hiss. He adai be tried at th
Bsui term of the t'nlted Statt.? court at
' W.VKRT-SKP'.W'ICK. ? MR WIL?
LIAM W. CALVKRT. of Washington.
r> <:.. and MI-S M.xRV I?.LKN'
SKIsfTWI^'K were marr'ed January
I. 1913. In Philadelphia. Ta.
??Mason" write*: "Vor year* T hav? been,
takln? medicine tn eure constipation. Iii
trouble and the usual dlaasea that SM |
from thsr source Headache*, aal low ?kln.
kidney trout)!*, dark ?pots before my eye?,
diuy rpelis and twlnae? of rheumatism are |
Anewef: Take three ?rain autpherb ti
lets <not suiphun They are packed in I
sealed tubea with direction* and are con-1
venlent. effective and blwhiy carattra far
such aliment* a- ?"'?e from chronic conwil-l
ration If yon are dyrpeaytie. a:*o take tab?
? ? ?
j "IfRP. A D '-Ir.continence o* ortne e?n
%e cured by urine* the followlnai Tincture
<*b?**? 1 dram, t'nctoTe rbus aromatic S
j dran>? urn ? n-np fluid baimwort 1 ee <Jl?e
from 1? BS IS dr .ps In water oat bonr be?
? ? l
"OtlA W.' wrltas: ~I hare anWred wltb1
, caia-r*i th? 'iead for manr ;.aar? This
I baa be '.n? an bad that It has affected nay
brood, also my stotnarb and b-???? te a
ry ereat estent. I shall anprsrlata aa
Irairediat* answer ee I suffer greatly "
Answer I wow id ad Maw von to 0M rrhaaa
I a I os ? -'<???' of V.teaa powder, take oae
aavf tsaspoenfel of tbe powder and add to
th:? a Mnt of warm water, eaoff tha water
from tha pa m of the hand thr-.iarb the im
jSffa r?verwd Hum a a der. Make a catarrh:
heim by m:*ine owe i?i*??n'n! of powder
wit! ?-.? nuare ef vaasllne or acl w:ii ,>o.
and sv.Vt a* far op tbe nowtrfi* aa possible
Fee the stomach, bowel* and bond I would
rsromtrend tha faUowlns tonic *? r.rp aar
ear*- a rasaap.. ? see. catnap fluid balm
anai i. i oa. aad I ?i of fluid art barhu
?is hr ahaktsc well ha a bot?> and take
eae teea-peea'Tel after eadb meal and at bed
?or-la" w-ltse 1 "ike % on
m a 4Tsad bahr and sab treatmeat I
hntharsd with :ic."t sea.p and dan
f apr balr ?s fao~i and faalsaa aad
rf l*? rwmadlae I hare tri.?] have dona
?-??,- to n it dpaaralsl sad
? Is*. Mref piala ysKaw Mloyal. Apr r av
p?- einM-rtowe. This tre
all aad I bawe a sea s Hp ,
?-?-??-.-mati^se MM ajaj m ?
The ?aadraff aad llehtn? sr. rwr*d with
?%n r- o,f. arr- <- ea while It make*
rha balr a'saar were* end fail ef Intens*
i" wrftee 'Trwine* t? *?T eetr
t a rr 'r?>i v n * ? ??m*??*Tsaa*sd
The Doctor's Answers on
Health and Beauty Questions
BY DR. LEWIS BIKER.
The. <j jestjcr? ?n?wfxl helosr are genera;
t| rnir?. ter: Ott ?ysnxptoma or diseases ar?
given ar.d the answers win apply to any
caw at, similar natore.
Those wishing further advice, free, may
adores* Dr. Leswts B*k' r. College Bid*.. c?l
ege-Erssood Sta., Dayton, Ohio, enclosing
self addressed, stamped envelope for reply
Pail name and addr.-S9 must mm given but
??.-.', Initials or fictitious name will be need
In my tnnrtri The p rear rip t Ions can t>?
filled at any w?'!-stocked drug store. Any
druggist can order of wholesaler.
r>-'scrit>? a safe remedy to increase my
A- wer: I have so many gratifying re?
ports rrom the users of three era In Hypo
MeataWe tablets, that I have become to re?
gard these valuable tirtlo (ssSSets aa a spe?
cific and prescribe them te all who *re
aenemlc. ft n. warning, n'nous and debil?
itated I recommend that you begin their
use at once and continue regularly until
your system Is aMe to assimilate the fatty
elemer.ts of your food, then rou will grow
t-ump and have pie-rfy of red b-'ood. with
color In your complexion and bright, spark
ling eyes of health
? ? ?
??S!-k V C" writes "T have been affect?
ed for some months with rheumatism and
have taken much nr-dlrlne I? vatn. Pleas*
give prrscrtpthvi that will cure "
Ar.ewer: The mo?' effl< '? -.t prescription f
?:av? n?r given for rheumatism i? Iodide
of potassium ? drams, sodium sa'lrylate. 4
drama: wine of Colchicum, oae-half ounce.
I eessss. essence raniioi. I ox : romp, fluid
balmwort. 1 ox ; and ?>rup ssreapnrlUa comp.
? oxs Mix and take a t-sepoonru. at meal
time and at bedtune
? ? ?
"Parrowlfe" writes ?To-.i one* recommend -
ed a hom# made cousfh svrup f tried It and
foend It the best cough and cold syrup that
I ever heard of. It was so prompt In re?
lieving; the severest roughs and ct>:ds, and a
plat pottle, mads at home lasted so 'owe
that I have rorgotteu the Ingredients. Kind?
ly publish again.'
answer The splendid laxative, home mads
rrmgr. syrup la mide bv rr.ivlng a os. bot
| tie of con^en'rated e?e?nr? mentho Taxene
with a boms made sixgar ?> rup Directions
on the bott> tells how to make and use. It
1 la a Itne. cheap re-n??1y
? ? ? .
-Johnson" writes I am bocvered g-??''y
?' -h ind s-es'ssl I I BJSJ 1 llk< p ?t ne?r,y
el ways esses a bsai j Hi at saas f xtltag as
my etoenscti. and my breath is bad. while T
es r.ervoos. Irritable ard freanrntly csnsot
Answer A very eiee'Vst treg'-ne-it wVh
a wldeir prescribed for its gradual curative
icrioti. as w?'t as the instant r?iief it nf
or.ia. Is tsb'ets trto|?pttt.e. nicked In sealed
?none Take a pink tab'ee a'ter breakfast,
rhite tablet after dinner and Mas tautet
ifrer supper, continue aad ?be ceratlve
#eneirs will sons reseore lateral dlgestloa
? ? s
-\?-? M <~ ?? a rites "T ass reobvertng
rotn a io-c runeas. but am verv wslk.
e-is steeples* aad have ittt's afreet'-^,
?an pmm gtvs me a geod teJlt restorative
Answer Havs the fnflowlir pe esc rip' !~n
rhte ts a
1 eld er?
M t ts
these. Tbey are asf. and r-.lsbls.