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Oore. Oionne Hitchcock, Johiieon.'of
Meto?:Jone?. Kenvon LeFollette Llp
petf Lodge. McCutuber. McLean. Mar
Ma. Martine Myere. Neleon Nrwland?
O'Ooroian. Owen. Page. Perkins. l'oin
dexter, Pomerene. Keed. BtlrnaMfAfTI
Root. Sander*. Sbivley. Simmons Smith
of?eorgta: Smite, of Maryland . Smith,
of Arizona. Smoot. Stephenson. Stone.
?-U'heiland. Swaneon. Thornton. Till
man Townsend, Warren, Wetroore
Against?-Burnham. C atron. Oliver
J'ayntcr and Penroee
Absent or not voting?Bacon. Brad
ley. Brigg* Chllton Dillinghnm. Fall
Oamble. Gardner Ouggenheim. Hels
kell (.Arkahaa* t? ktmi, Johnston
af Alabama Johnston, of Texas. Lea.
overman. Percy, Smith, of South
Carolina, Smith, of Michigan, and
Not Cullty on Second Charge.
The eecond charge was not sustained
the rots against .ludge Archbald. 4? to
?.3. being two ahort of the neoessar;.
On the third charge, involving ?h*
use of influence with the l.ehigh Val?
ley Railroad to force it to relinquish ii
lease on "packer No .1." a coal property
which Judge Archbald wanted to get, I he
accused jurift wa? convicted bp a vote
i.f ?A to II Senators Brundegce
'lark, of Wyoming. Crane Srncof.
stephensnn and Thornton who bad
voted "guilty" on the first article,
voted "not guilty" on this > harge.
Another verdict of "guilty came on
?he fourth charge, that Judge Archbald
had wrongfully written to Helm Bru< *
an atfornev. in preparing a deotalOB in
a care then before the Commerce
?""ourt. 'I he vote on this ,-harge was
U to JO. Additional Senators who
v oted * n. a guilt ??" on f his < hargc ? era
Burton. Cullom. OuPont, Oel<
it.ger l.l|,\nt:. McCumher. Roo:.
Sutherland, Swanson Warren and
We* more. ehile Senator Thornton
On the fifth charge, iha* he had cor
ruptly influenced officials of the Rejd
ng Railroad to grant a coal land |ea-e
to Frederick Warpke and bad rc< ail ?
? ompensation for this service. Judge
\rchbald received the support of eel
six Senators?Burnham. Catron Clar,
af Wyoming. Oliver F'avuter and Pen
rose. He was convicted, M to 6, on
this art.i. le
On the last article of impea? hrnent
.ilieging that Judge Archbald had
-ought credit from attorneys and
itigants before hin, and had carried
am a general business In coal land
per illation*, many Senators asked to
be excused from voting, declaring tlic
. harges were so general they could not
? onseient lously vote either way The
final vote resulted in conviction on taJaj
article also. 4:! to 20.
Wins on Seven Charges.
Judge Archbald received majorities
in his favor on seven of the charges
.iga.nst him, besides the acquittal on
the second article, where the two
thirds vote against him was not ob- t
On the charge that he had wrong- i
lully accepted a.purse of ?500 raised
among Scrantoti attorneys, the vote |
was to "not guilty'' and one "guilty."
the single vote being cast by Senator]
Ashurst. of Arizona
Although no debate was permitted ]
during the progress of the voting. ;
many Set.ators asked to be excused
from voting on certain charges beuauso |
they did not believe the Seriaie had
iitiihonty :o take up acts committed
by Judge Archbald before he was
appointed to the Commerce Court,
or heraus? they believed the acts that
might be < huracreriy.ed as misbehav?
ior" were not such as to constitute
high crimes and misdemeanors" in?
volving the extreme penalty of the
Senator Root, in a statement filed
during the voting, in whn h Senator
Lodge partly com urred said:
t have voted that the respondent is
guilty under articles I. 1. .1. S. s.and 13.
because I find that he used the power
and influence of his office as judgo of
the Court of Commerce to secure Tavors
?f money value to himself and his !
liiends from railroad companies, some
af whKh were litigants in his court, and
all of which were under the regulations
of the I tilers! ate Commerce Commis?
sion, subject to the review of the Court j
"I consider this course of conduct. '?
and eai h instance of if. to I"- B high
? rime and misdemennor I have yofeil
not guilty upon the other urtii'.es. '.
< ause. while most of them Involved irn
proper I ondtict. I don't i ?nsider I ha I ' be
: rda proved art high crimes nr.d mi
The legal flgh' before the Senate was
in the hands of seven members oi 'he
House ef Represemtatives. as the paoea
i.IItor* and ludge An-hbald ? attorneys
who had the personal advice of Judge
Archbald throughout the trial
Silent Witnesses of Climax.
The Hooea managers and attorneys
eat thrcugrou* Itaa proceedings to-day.
>'lsn' witnesses to the decision of the
. ase Those who conducted the prose
< ution wer.. Representatives Mayor
of A'anama Sterling of Illinois Floy 1
of Arkansas- Weld, of N'or'h Carolina
Oavie of Weel V irginia Vorns. of Me
I raska a-id I lowland, of Ohio assisted
r.y 'Wrisicy Brawl or the Hepar-menr
af Jus?!??- who tandaeted the first in
"e?tigation of Judge Archbald * ror.
?.- the r obelus Irn of fhe case to-dav
Representative '"lavton gave eat the
to .owi: g pal '? rricti
"Thia is 'to th,rd sutceseful Imneaeh
mer.* in the hi?torv of the (felted
S'ate* fa "he other case* Judge
Pi.-kerir.g who was inaane. did aal
?rpear at all and fudge Humphrey*
had caat his lei with the Cotifedera? y
?nd was within *h< Ceafefereta Una*
To-day a 'esu'1 pioves 'he effl < ?
af the proca-ss provided i v the C ?? -
i cion for the leaiuaal of unfaithful
offlrsee. and give* 'tfe ^-.i
o the orderly n,e?hod af eipeacea
It also establishes bay oast successful
'U'ure dlspo'e >..,? the r-ipr of i
peach met ? is tin' limited te erteaea il
arts merely. bu? thai ? he < iei;?e fixing
The Best and Most Comfortable Way
IS MA TIIK
Norfolk and Western Railway
because of it- *hro4ij*h train- v> i i
NO CHANGE OF CARS
Th? "Norfolk Limit? 1 .irxj "OctM Short Li'rit.ii " foaVTfr-f
MdMnai 9 \ M mm ; P M.
art the onl\ train* runnin', -?"In! U taiTii ki?htnon<i .him Nor?
folk. Both ot the .i'i?/. 1 tr
PULLMAN PARLOR CARS
atara**- and run ihroui/h in the
Quickest Tine Made Between the Two Citiei
jaMM^, -? hour* antl 20 mint.
There's a lot of foxey busi?
ness in ilie fur coat trade and
nothing on which the general
public is so poorly informed.
Cheap- furs carefully dyed
and doped masquerade under
all kinds of aristocratic
At this store we call a spade
a spade, a muskrat a muskrat,
a mink a mink. You know
iust what you buy and our
usual guarantee goes with it.
Fur lined coats, $40 to $178.
Chauffeurs Fur coals, $18 to
Cloth Great Coats, $25 to $30
There's a growing demand
for our trousers.
To-day special price reduc?
tions that will add totheinter
A new pair will improve the
standing of that fall suit.
$1200 Trousers Reduced to
$10.00 Trousers Reduced to
$9.00 Trousers Reduced to
$8.00 Trousers Reduced to
$7.00 Trousers Reduced to
$5.00 Trousers Reduced to
$3.50 Trousers Reduced to
All Bet i y trousers are cut by
the Patented Hungerford Sys
the tenure of Federal judges to during
gond behavior baa a broader Mitntil
nance In ia<-i muni Jaal what it cays
Th<- appointment of Federal Judges b]
ihi- PretatJenl end thou oonfrmation
by the Senat? far the e? arc tee el po.
Ittieal' power and the aiHOatilH of a
lodge is the exercise of a political
power ay Iba Beaate rapmanallng lhe
States and the people "
Academy -"Fi cr> woman." matinee
Bijou Ward and \nKrs In "A Bun
on the Bank." matinee and night.
Umpire - Mlalatare Musical t'oni
They Bough! Seal- Between the Acts.
Even the full column devoted to that
purpose- in The Times-Dispatch of yes?
terday proves insufficient space in
which to lay due homage at the feet of
" Kverywomun.' for such a production
of such a play is all too rarely seen anv
whete. and in Richmond still more
rarely, if at all
To one who managed to see the latter
part ol this wonderful modern morality
play again last night, its poetic lines
rang or murmured with new beatttiee
of diction and of meaning, while the
spleiidois oi it- aetting, Us costuming
and its brilliant mounting burst upon
him with renewed radiance.
The cast. too. refreshed by Sunday's
brief rest, road delicate intents Into the
I written parts that would havo leached
1 and brightened the heart of Waiter
Browne, who wrote them, lived to leg
thctn appreciated by a Wiae and artiste
peodttOer and then died upon the very
eve of their public interpretation. Barely
a sad end to befall a man who sough!
the laurel crown of farm through favor
ot ? he wariest of Hie Muses, and yet had
the good sen-e to send out the creation
of ru- brain with the words:
11 is not a sermon In disguise, neither
is li a quixotic effort to elevate the stage
At the same time, it is hoped that the
play may be found to contain some
? b an and wholesome moral leaaoaa."
All thtee may be read by those who
'nil. but even they who go to the the?
atre tor the pleasure of their eyes will
sea in it. simply as a ' show. ' it spectacle
of unusual and other startling -ignitl
oatice. as witnees ihe supper scene and
the rioting crown- or. New Year .- Baa. I
And how the heuaa drank it in with
eyes and eais I One of the two or three
big audience- of the eeeeoa, it sat in.
:ih-olu'? ten-e Mien e throughout every:
si ene. and when i he applause < aii.e frt|
was begin, no* by the ushers but by
those who had seen and heard and
'eall/ed that i' was all superlatively
good Beal i-ign of all between the
acts they were slipping our to the box
Office and buying o'her .-? its.
Bel :t is "I.e sort of plav tha' ?lisc-ov- :
erp wit a every performanc e aoaaol lung
new to see and bear.
The i rigageii.efit , otitlr.ues with after?
noon and < venmg performances today.
\\ . DOITOUAB OORDON.
Look Who's at the Bijou:
Ward A Vokcs. that's alt. And
'ha: - mo'e than enough They hi, t r
Mriicl their barrel upside eoWB this
-i and are nr.-cm n,g A Kun on
In Baak A Bui; for Your Money
wiuld probably be equally appropriate.
i lood oid Hal- Ward, hl? friend wife.
Lg* y Daly, and his team mare. Yokes.
? -.ot need any reviewing" but they'll
get it tomorrow anyhow and this
'i Hovn does not feel lalied upon to
espaata why he did eat get eeagebeely
else to do l' for him last ngljt
W. I) u.
I.entletncn. Iln-h '.
pretending to take it an a matter of
w khk ft 4 PIELD8 ARE COMING I
AcoempaJ iled by 1 rank Daniele
P>at4a Clayton May Holey and a il'ijrn
other atari and t>y a million Wein-i acid
Chorua airlf-. those apostles of splintered
k'iKlish will piesent "Hohay Pokey,
whii li they descril>e as an amalgama
..: the best bits from the Weher A
Fields Jubilee Bhow,' al the Aeadeany
<?: Yfuslc on the evening of Tuesday.
< January ?.
Thea will he borne hither bv a
I private train known as the Whirl?
wind Special." Watch those tracks, you
Section men, and Ic! em whirl on. just
' let em whirl on '
W. D. O.
STUDY UNIFORM LESSONS
Will Start >eries of Meetings In North
side t harehes.
As an outcome of the fltst of the dis
tricl meetings of the City Sunday
Bchool Association, the Korthaide Dis
Lricl rompoaed of seven schools in
Barton Heights, Highland Park and
I Ointer fark. hat a decided tu hold
? union meetings for the study of the
, International uniform lessons The
first ot the series will lie held next
Tuesday night In the Barton Heights
? Haptlst Church, with N. O. Scott us
i the teacher
District meetings similar to the one
; held in Barton Heights are heirnr plan-|
1 ned. Thuisdav night the association
will visit tin- Third Presbyterian Church
and on the fallowing night the Cen-|
tenary Methodial Church. A rlatt was ?
[>aid flu- Decatur Street Methodist
j Church last ni^ht.
NO ALLEN DECISION
Supreme Court Has Not Taken Ac?
tion on Petition.
Nothing came from the Supreme
Court of Appeals yesterday as to the;
petitions presented Kriday in behalf of
Floyd and Claude Allen, asking for
an order permitting the Circuit Court
of Wyt he County to consider an applica- ,
fion and argument for a, new trial,
j A decision on the petitions may
come ut any moment, and may i>e hand?
ed down this morning. Thursday of ;
this week is the first regular opinion
day of ihe term, hut that is only one
day before the date pf for the execu- ,
tion <-f the HUlevlUe murderers.
GREATER PARCEL POST
Acting Postmaster Southward Pre
d irta thsorptlun of Third Clita
According to Acting Pastmaster W. i
R Southward, who addressed the St a
del - and teachers- of John Marsball :
High School ye.-rerdav morning the]
parcel poet Will ultimately be extend-I
ed to include all third-clats matter j
The Peat maetcr-tieneral s order Mat |
week, placing many articles hitherto:
In the third class, in the parcel post i
category, be thought, bore out this pre?
Mr Soiirhwsi-d spoke in ?h? high
- 111 el chapel at fl a i lock in the BSOra
morrnr:^ 11? was presented t>y Prin
? ipal t c Harwood. who had pro
I wtded for the bi nastnii a proJoctoeoof**\
apparatus hy means of whn h a par
, f \ pool map printed In The Tim**.
Dispatch WaS thrown In greatly m?s
rifled pioporlions on a large screen
Mt Southward used the map screen. I
explaining the seas system and thescbed-I
ule of rate?
torrr.isi: Virginia Yair. slighllj
warmer lursda>: Wednesday fair,
warmer, moderate northeast winds.
North f aruiina fair Tuesday ex
cept rain near the coast, warmer;
PfeaateodMTJ fair, warmei. northeast
and east w in.-ls.
Spei Ial local Data for Veslerda>.
m leeseeratais. at
> ? tesaperatars ip tut p. m. 34
?.i: i ..i. temperature ti|i to* P M. .1*
N perature. :?>
rmal temperature. 33
J' kUB v in temperature today ... $
ees in temp- rstlire since March I S(i
aaaaaahsd excess in temperature
ha e .lan iary 1 . 1*2
I ? r. > :n tainfal! sin? e March i i as
USD i la ted den? ien?-y in ran,tall at
ral Observation s P. >l Vesierdav.
p< -a' '.re .
Wtnd velocity .
IteinfeU POt B I
io .0 y
< ondllinns in Important < Itles,
A' ? P \| S'ai.dani Time
'lace. Ther. II T R T. Weather
eVftherl !?....'.. ? m
NONE BUT PROGRESSIVES WILL
I BE SELECTED TO AID WILSON
I (Continue; f in :?. g an second.)
uway from a pui ? i< ulai' task und ex?
tend their eye? to the fortunes of men
lying outside their usual k? n, ^beyond ,
their touch ? the greet bodies of men
'who would go along wi'h them, hope
und struggle und at hieve.
Cannot be Driven.
" You cannot whip a na'noi into line ;
You cannot drive their leaders before
V"U You have got lo have a spirit 1
that thrills the whole body, and I be?
lieve i hat that spit it is now beginning j
to thrill the whole body
"A man can accomplish a greet deal I
more in business, as I need hardly tell ;
you. by the belief that people have in
?leg than b] the "eld that he inspires
And some men have made the profound '
tiiistakc. *<? tar uh their individual tur
oess i? concerned, of trying to M)Ot a d
by fear and not liy persuasion, not l?y !
confidence, hut t\v creating the con-'
pciouHii<-!>n that they can spoil the ca?
reers of the men who do not work. 1
"1 suppose BOBSS people have the
idea that I love to tight just for the
fun of It. Now. thai Is not in the least 1
my temperament I am really a vet y j
tame, uiuenal le norson . l>uf I do love |
to feel in my Mood 'he splendid senna
llM of fighting for something, some?
thing that is rugger than myself and] j
trying for the time, ai least, to think
I am as big us the thing I am fighting:
That is solid satisfaction And when
I can for the tune Peing represent tho|
Democratic party and find that the |
nation as u whole is thawing out to-'
wards the Democratic party and more
and mure coming to believe that the
Democratic party can do the thing
which the country has been waiting
tor. then 1 enjoy the immense satis?
faction of being part of a thing that is
-?> much bigger tliuri I am that I can
dream, at any rate that I am taking
my own measure by Die thing I belong
Telegrams came from Demon at ic
??oiumilteeineii throughout the Union
congratulating the Oovernor on the
balloting to-day New Jersey's ballot
will be carried to Washington by Pit!
wfllism Me.Mast er? Wood row, a cousin
of the President elect. and a student
of Princeton I'nlversity.
To-niorrow the New Jersey I.egislu
ture will convene and receive Oovernor
Wilson's final message.
AMOUNT IS SMALL
fOR JAMES RIVER
'Continued from First Paget
tween ChsrlSStQB Harbor and opposite
Mi I iellanviilc. I2V0U0
flserglS -Satiila Rivet 110.000. Bruns?
wick Harlior. $3.(250; Aliamaha. Ocoiioe
and OeasUbjSS Huer?. 140.000; Klint
Hirer, $1 "i.OiiO . Savutinali Huer, above
What Hnrlda Oets.
Ptortds ftppnlTMnnlt, Hay. $20000:
C harlot tS Harbor. 14 iWiO: Clcarwater
Harbor and Boca oi?a Buy to Tampa
Ba; B BB); Fernandlna Harbor, $411000
harbor at Key WeOt, IIA 000: St Joseph's
Ba] M0.M, sr Petersburg Harbor.
II Ml Saraso-a Bav. 113.000 Tampa Hay.
?9.000. channel from Appalai hioola River
to St. Andrew s Hay 1130.000 Appatach
icola River, including the cut-off. I.ee
Slough. lo*er Chipola River, and up?
per Chipola Hirer from Marunna to its
mouth. $7,000. Oaluosahatchee River
?2??) Crystal River. 12 000, Holmes
RtYW $2.500: Indian River, between
("oal Creek and .lupiter Inlet, %jl ouo
Manatee River. M 000 Orange Hivcr
$1.000 Wit hlBCOocheo River. $S 009.
Florida and Alabama?Cboetawhat - :
chee River, including C'ypri^ Top ont
lat, IMOOii. Kscambia and t'onecuh Riv?
Alubama- .Mobile Bar 120 000
Mississippi--Biloxi Harbor. $."..000
Horn Island I'ass. $5 000. l'ascagoula
and Leaf Rivers, 114.000, Pearl River
$37.000. Wolf and Jordan Rivers. $5 nop
Louisiana? Bavous Bartholomew.
Maren. D'Arbi.nne and Corney and
Boeuf and Tensas Rivers. $16 000, Hogue
Kalla. Bayou Manch ac and Amite.
Chefuncte arid Tlckfaw Rivers $7 000:
.Johnson ? Bayou. $2.500. Bayou La
FouroBO, $2 000. Bayou Qtietm de Tor?
tue. $1.000. Bayou TaOBO, $40 000. Bayou
Vermilion and Mai IBBIIlBU River,
and tributatic-i. and Bayou Vlaquemine
Texas?Chunnel to Port Bolivar,1
$10.000 West Oalveston Bay Channel.
Trinity River. Ananua Clmnn?i. Oyster
Creek and Cedar, Chocolate. Turtle..
Hastrup Dickinson. Double and Kast '
Hay Bayous, $2'i 000: Channel from Aran
sas Pass to Corpus '^hrtsti. $10 000; Chan?
nel from Pass Cavallo to Port Lava-a
$8.000 Inland wa'erway on the coast of
Texas- Waterway beiwwen West Oul
veston Bay and Brazos River. $10 000.
Brazos River to Matagorda Bay. $2* -
000: Ouadalupe River, up to Yi-torla,
$15 000. Cypress Bayou. $500.
Arkansas?Cache River. $2.000: St.
Francis and L'Anguille Rivers. $7 000:
Saline River. Arkansas. $3 000. White
Rlvor $20 000 Black Bad Current Rivers.
$25.000. Between Fulton and the mouth
of the Washita. $42.000.
Tennesee- ?Cumberland River, above
Nashville. $5.000; Cumberland Hirer, be?
low Nashville. |? 000. French Broad
River, and Little Pigeon Rirers, $15,
Visitor to Rirhuiond Missing from
Hotel Since Last Wednesday.
AI the request 0f m. r. McClechian.
of Baltimore the police hen- yesterday
began a search for William F. Wood- j
year, thiriy-six years old. also of Balti?
more A general "lookout' order was:
issued to all members of the local de:
partaseat, while a description of the ,
n.i-.-ing BSBB was sent to nearby cities.
MtiflSlBlSS is Woodyear s secretary.
He told the police that Woodyear came
to this cttr seats time ago and was a I
geus* at the Richmond Hotel . He lias I
been BttSsiag since last Wednesday . No J
reason is Known why he should vol.in
parfly disappear .
Sa The mis-ing man is a member of;
the llamil .t Woodyear. riiineral Water
dealers, af Balttaaore
DEATH IN MiAl.l.Olt POND .
t'nfortunate Sufferer l.les fare Down?
ward and ?dowl\ Drowns.
sh tni N. .( .. January is.?Mies
t'arline Jacoby, about fifty years old.
of Philadelphia committed sunide
by jaaspina bate an leg pond on the
premises of her sister. Mrs. Jonathan
T Turn<". near Peaasottle Mise Ja
Oaw] was cn.ployed in Philadelphia as
a seamstress bti' for several weeks had
been in a hospital for treatment for
? c vo .-? -s? she came u> the home
of her si-ter 'hinking the country life
would t>e benefit :al to her
nMifi- ifaoohy went for a walk as usual
?In- morning alter breakfast, and when
-be did not return within a reasonabl
I sear h was made and her body
my found face down in the pond about
reused face down in the pond in
about eighteen inchee of water Cor?
oner Hitchaeg gave a oertuscate of
burial at or.ee. Hesioes Mrs. Turner,
another sister Mrs Dr topn Sum
rnerili of I'ennsgrove survives he--_
The pleasure of pure, choice
tobacco has brought fame to
blend has the biggest sale of
any cigarette in the U. S.!
WORTHLESS CHECKS &
PASSED ON BANKS
Man Operating Under Three
Different Names Arrested
^ _ in Norfolk.
HAS $8,000 ON HIS PERSON
Books From Twenty-Five Banks.
Showing Accounts in Each,
Also Found. . -i?*?
: Norfolk Va., .lanuarr 13 ?On charges
; of |dcfraudirig che? k prar rieally
! trfry bank in Norfolk. I'ort?mouth
'and Ntwporl New* William M Men
son. thirty five years old, of New
I York, was arrested hero this after
i Bankbooks rrori: various cities and
i towns in Pennsylvania. Delaware and
' West Virginia, showing dealings with
I the various institutions, were found
I on him when searched at peMoe head
Money to the amoun' of $S.3i0 was
also found In his possession, $3 .170
being found in his overcoat pocket
when searched at police headquarters,
while the other l'2'Vt was found in a
valise at the Magnolia Apartment
House, where he had been living
A warrant was sworn out by It C.
: Taylor. .Fr , of the Marine Hank.
I charging Henson with unlawfully de
I fraud!nrg by check through the Nor
' folk National Hank on a bank in
Pennsylvania said I heck being worth?
less, and drawn and cashed with in?
tent, to defraud
Representatives from o?her banks
in the citv called a: police headquarters
to-night and looked over the prisoner,
and in all likelihood a number of
charges will be placed against Hen
son when he is brought to police
court for a preliminary hearing
Henson operated under thre? differ?
ent nam?s In Norfolk he was William
M. Henson in Portsmouth he was |
known us It. H. Conwell. while in i
Herkley he had accounts under the
name of H. J. Bonner He also oper?
ated in Pennsylvania towns under |
the name of Harry Brosey and M. A.
The Urs? inkling of the workings of j
Henson was had at police headquarters!
'o-day when several banks complained
that H. W. Henson had defrauded
thern by passing worthless checks.
Henson denied all intention to defraud
when brought before the rail at police
The $." 570 which was taken off him at
police headquarters was in $100. $10,
$IP. and $5 bills and was fucked in his:
overc oat pockets, the lapel of the '
pocket being pinned to the coat with
In his pockets were bankbooks from
LUMBER IS GOING
ON NO-DUY LIST
(Contil ued from Firs; Ptige
which when he had folded it awav fof,
some time rotted so that it broke in j
creases when he next used it. He h^d
ha mind hosiery that left ita color '
imprint upon the wearer and other!
things of similar dynamite' or tinned 1
silk c haracters
' We have promised the people to
j put lumber on the free |i?t said
Representative lames of Kentucky,
during testimony of (icorge W .<..: ? -
of Norfolk. Va . on the wood schedule. |
"and if we fail to put it on the free list
; it seems to me we will break that
! pledge ?
Mr .for,es. represer-1mg the North
Carolina Pine ,As?o- iation and speaking
for saw mill producers in Virginia and
the Carolinaa. said thai if it were
I necessary for the Democratic party
I in carrying out i?s purpose of revision
to make the Iuinner manufacturer* the,
I victime of a vicarious sacrifice" he.
j would acquisece. but he believed that
1 lumber was in a ? lass by itself on a !
revenue instead ot protective basis, j
He said he would not oppose removing '
?he duties on lumber if Uta dntv were i
.removed on articles lumber mil's have
Sell Beloa < oat.
"Tako the tariff off und we can still ,
! di-posc of our lumber he said. ' but)
p we are already sellings ome of our low ?
j grade lumber .if less 'has <-ost."
Mr .lone* thought trus's bad been
b?dlt up under u protective tariff, but ,
(that was not true or the lumber industry
where competition was keen
"Isn't it true "asked Mr lames, that
in the West all the stumpage is owned
gej : wo great concerns'"
"I atn not familiar with the West.hut
in North Carolina half the standing
timber Is owned by the farmers."
The wi'ness said the lumber always
had l-ern dis< riminaie.l against
'1 don't understand that the Demo
I era Ik- plat form Intends to make lumber,
the goa' he said
Mr Jones conceded that elimination ,
|e)f the tariff would cheapen lumber
? So do I." agreed Itepreeentalire
lames That's why I am for It "
Not Bead> for Free Trade.
' The country is not ready for any
free trade bill, the govemmen? has
? 'o get some revenue " re?or'ed ?he
w ' r.e ?
Representative lerne? expounded the
mission of the Democratic party as to
get sufficient revenue t<. run 'he gov
erntnent wttbou' Imposing a ta " "ii
ih.me articles that are n? eded bv all the
Th- witness said thai with Canada
n-w the only lumber . om petit vi with
much teee fr: gh: rate, to Nea York
than fr< rn the Carolina*. Mexico was
s'anding at cur doors a threatened
competitor. Representative lllll. of
Connecticut, aaid he thought there waa
nothing to fear from Mexico that
the-. ?>? iri'-ra apt-" hension war'ented
from abroad particularly Siberia The
witness insisted that free lumber waa
Other witnesses al*o gave festiirony
favoring the retention of the lumber
The hearing -o-morrow will be oa the
'he following bunks showing accounts
in each?Virginia National Hank. Na
Mona! Hank of Commerce. Mercantile
Hark. Seaboard National Bank, Mer?
chants and Mechanics' B?V ^ ' larme
Hank. Norfolk Hank Ol P, ?? and
Trust, People* Bang and 1 . com?
pany. Norfolk National Hann.. Met
i haata and Planters Hank. Savings
Bank af Norfolk, and Citizens' Hank
all of Norfolk. Men hauls and plant
an Hank of Berkley. I irs* National
Hank of Portsmouth. Hank of Tide?
water laa . Hank of Portsmouth. Met
chants and K?rrners' Hank of I'or's
rrtciuih, all of I'oi tstnouth, Colonial
State Hank He hemlz Htos . getakl -
Citizens' and Marine Hank, ail '?'
Newport. News. Columbia Nation. |
Hank of Columbia Pa . Penn
brook National Hank of Penbrook. Pa .
First National Hank of Mount toy.
Ba., Steelton Trust Company of S'eei
Pas* books or cheek book* were
found in his valise on the following
banks: First National Hank of;
Fifel National Hank
Pa . Exchange Bank i
; hirst National Rank
l.ewlstoii Trust Com- ;
pany of I.ewiston. Pa : Klizabcth'.own
Exchange Hank of Elizabeth tow t, I'a . :
Prince'on. W. Va . Hanking Company.
Diamond National Hank of Pitts-1
burgh. Pa . National Bank of Data-1
ware. e>f Wilmington. Dal.; Cnion Bank]
and Trust Company, of HlueOeld. West |
Va. : First National Bank of Bluefleld.,
West Va . Columbia Trust Company,
of Columbia. Pa . People's Bank of,
Steelton, I'a.; William Bliaaall A Son.!
of I.ewistowti Pa Daunhm Depr.ri*.
and Trust Company, al Harrisburg ;
I'r.ion National Hank ot Mt Joy.
Farmers Hank of Middletown.
Central National Hank of Colum
Pa. : Bank of North America.
Philadelphia Pa . Mountville National
Hank, of Mountville. Pa . Cnion Na?
tional Bank, of Wilmington. Del':
Second National Hank, of Heading.
Pa. : Maryland Surety and Trust
Marvsville Pu ;
of Marietta. Pa
of Marietta I'a
Company, of Hagerstown, Md
A mileage book on the Norfolk and
Western Railroad, made ou' in the
name of T. J. Yocum, as well as a
pocket map of 'he different railroad
lines, was also found in his po^esnon
II III WbkW I
Investigation Will Be Made
Into Death of Carey
Bristol. Va . Uniurr 13 ? The
n.sngied l.odv of Carey Pyle. twentv
two vears old. a former Hn-toiian a
son of the late Engineer Ri'-hard Pyle
of tb" Norfolk and Western Rail
way. Was found on the Norfolk and
Western track near Meadowview i? a
to-night He had evidently fallen
or pushed from 'he night pas.-engei
train .tames Albert, another young
man. was found apparently almost life
less fro in cold on the blind baggage of
the same tram when it arrived nere to
right It. bis pocket wa.s a bottle par?
ly filled with whiskey He was given
medical attention and soon revive.1
He said that he and Pyle boarded the
gtram at Pulaski. and fha? he soon
became unconscious and knew noth?
ing of Pyle'* fate He is being held
Arri^t of ( hure h Mill Bank Sign Adds
letter to Name.
Church Hill people will hereafter
know Captain loseph F. Wiilard the
distinguished former I. lenteuant-Oov?
ernor and former member of the Sta'e
corporation <'ommiesion. as "Williard
lor it is so s'afed officially on a s:gr.
where all who run mav read
Captain Wiilard is at the head of the
Church Hill Hank I'eoeatiy reorgan?
ized That laetttutioe had put up a
big sign on Its budding at Twenty
fifth and Broad Street*, setting forth
it* title, then the words. .loseph B.
Willlard. President Further down
in the list of director*, his name ap?
pears again, sfiil spelled in the same
manner?with a superfluous "1
CHANGE IS MAD!
New York. -Tanuary 1J ? Changes,
announced to-day in the directorate of
the Southern Pacific Company are be- .
Keyed to be the dlreet outcome of last ,
week's conferencee at Washington be- i
rween Attorney-!leneral Wlckersham j
and representaf ivee of the llarrtnian .
interest* and of the Southern Pacific '
It is understood that the Attorney-|
C.eneral then informed R 8. Lovett. i
chairman of the board of director* of
the Southern Pacific, and Frank A.
Vanderiip and M. E Schiff, members
of lhe board that he would conaetit
to nn dissolution plan aa a result of the
recen- Stipren e Court decision un'il
the Southern FaciaV board waa relieved
of aaen who held similar post'lor.* on
the I'nlon Pac ific
Directors and ofioere of the 1 ruon
I'ac.flc who also were dire, pan of the
Southern Pacific tendered their resigna?
tion* to-eJay. Ineeeeoly. directors of
the Southern Vacific also connected
?. h : .e I toon Pac ific res,gr.ed
.fuliu* Kruftschnitt resigr ed *? ..
if of maintenance and opera'ion of
the I nlon Pacific and wea elected cha.'
min of the board of the Houlbern
Pacific, succeeding R. s. Lovett. re
Judge Eovetf. Mortimer T. Schiff
and Frank A. Vanderiip also resigned
fn.m the Southern Pacifflc eic-u
live committee end were euoceeded
by Robert rioel-t Jame* Wallace and
F. 1* H wen son From the Smithcm
Parian hoard of director*. In addfon
to fudge !.ove.tt the following resigned
Otgo H Kahn. Charles A Teeoodv.
M t* eVchlfl. Frank A Var derhp B V."
OoeJet. t, J Spaa oar. viapree.dent.
and Marvin H'lfh."
In their atead tb? following were
, hoeen tamee N Wallace. Horace
Harding. W F Bliaa c v BHae O ft
Leighton. f n. Jarvie. C It Beanyi
and ?. r. Sweaeoa,
Stay at home
and go to the theatre
Sounds funny, doesn't it?
Yet that's exactly what you
can tlo when you own a
Victor?stay at home and
enjoy the finest kind of a per?
formance. The greatest
singers, musicians and come- (
dians in the world are at
your command, and you '
can arrange a program to
Sttit yourself. ??1
Stop in today and get a Victor for
yotir home. Any style Victor ($10 to
$100) or Victor.Victrola (f 15 to J:.'50)
you prefer on easy monthly payments.
The cost of a few theatre ticket' a
month will pay for the f^crmanent
cnicjcmcat tvf ilic Ytctw,
21Z E. Broad
Atlantic City. January It ?Bec.au?*
the ontloa of "Jeff." a bear ? 'ib. got mt->
print along with the narr' of h.- keep
er. there S to he ? big family reunion at
Npringdale W Va h?it month. "Jeff *
was presented to Hill A farrell. At
ban tic Areriue merchant* early In "No?
vember b]T a student at the Cruvereitv
of MaJnO, where he had bom -he foot?
ball mascot Lewie A. Miller, head
-alesman took . barge of Hie hit1*
bear and got ito the habit of taking
him < :|t for dai.v promenades or. the
Boardwalk. One day Jeff" got loses,
climbed an eie. trie pole, sighted a
i ampalan portrait Of then Candi?
date wiTeori tacked thereon and re?
moved it with lusty ewtpee of his
The s'ory was sent out and widelv
copied During the President-Klect *
visit to Ntaunton Va . a springdalo
paper printed it Kffey Ollkerson. wlfo
of a ran- her there, read the ar * le...
She suspected 'he Miller mentioned
waa her brother She < omrnunicated
with him anonymously at first, but
he recognized her handwriting and
Thus ".left's" escapade um'eri them,
for Miller had lost all t'ack of pti
family since he was honorably dis?
charged from the army seven vea-s
ago. Two other slaters and -hree broth
ere had lived on the family home
Itiad in Teias before he enlisted, but.
WhOI lie returned they were gone
Since then he had sear- hed for than
to no avail Through the sister he has
got into communication with the rest,
of his family, and plans are now tmrie
war for a big reunion on the liilkersop
ranch next month, when Jeff in
be the central figure.
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in Booth's Hyomei It's Nature's
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hawking, snuffling and all misery caused
bv the Catarrh germs.
(iet i HYOMEI outfit to-day. follow
the instructions and breathe five times a
day deep into your lungs the germ killing
air through the little inhaler.
At night just Ufoce going to bed use
the vapor trejfment as din < ted. This
treatment is pres? ribed by the best Ca?
tarrh Specialists in America and Lurope
to destroy ("aiarrh germs.
Booth's HYOMEI is Australian Euca?
lyptus and other splendid antiseptics. A
complete outfit, which includes inhaler,
is ft.on: separate l>ottlrs, if the first dots
not entirely cure, ran br obtained for .S'?
I anfja and monct back from Tragic Drug
Co. tt \ou .irr dissatisfied. Just breathe
it?no stomach dosing.
Tragi? Drug Co. guarantee it.?Adver.
We Want an Ener?
getic Man to Handle
Oar Line of Virginia
Grown Nursery Stock
I n r\-tv roaafy in Virginia and
adi<unmg States, ft yon are so
situated fli-r >ou cm give yowr
hg i be uo ' . we believe f'i..
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