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Is Peculiar to Itself. There is no
real substitute tor it. Don't be led
to take any preparation said to be
"just as good," but insist on having
Get it to-d?iy in the usual liquid form
or in the tablets known as Sarsatabs.?
JUDGE'S ML NG
lie Orders Sheriff to Clear
Courtroom it There Is Any
PARRISH CASE ON TRIAL
This Morning at 10 o'clock Is
Time Set for Argument
Special to The Times-Dispatcn I |
Suffolk, Yu . January 16?The case
o' Pa'nsh et Pamsh. wherein lames
Shepherd Parish, of Chicago, formerly
of Richmond, seeks to obtain custody,
o' his .-even-year-old child. Jamc? Par?
rish. from hif divorced wife. Mrs Kan-:
Bie Crumpler Parrish. OODUpled another
entire day in court hcic to-day trout i
?do. k in the morning until 6 o'clock ]
in the afternoon. Argument will be1
heard by tho court on Friday morning j
at 10 o'clock. j
The court room w-a* packed to its
c pa ?:? v and when women present ap- |
p.'audeei a ruling of Judge Mc Le more in ,
favor of counsel for the defrndair. the'
judge gave them a severe call down.:
and ordered the sheriff to clear fhe|
Court room ?hould such happen again
About twenty men and women and)
gome ministers testified as to the good
character of Mrs Parri?ti and her
mother Mrs. Crumpler.
Rev William Moshy Seayof Kentucky, i
former pas'or of the Suffolk Baptist
Church, was called to testify as to an!
alleged conversation that tooK place
on December 29. I9?K>. when James:
Shepherd Karrisb Is said to have prom?
ised 'he mother that he would not try
to tak? the child from her. He testified I
th..- c.niv Mrs. Crumpler Mrs Parrish. i
141 Seay and Mr Parrish were present |
jM-s Parr:sh testified as to her ability |
go ? at.- for the child, as did her brother. ,
William Crumpler. who gave as her in?
come $T5 to f*J per month.
Lee Holland testified that he was
presen" in tho back office of William
Crumpler when there was an alleged
conve-satioi. along the same lines u.'.d
only Mr Partien. Mr. Crumpler and
himself were present Cartol Parrish
a fifteen-year old boy, son of W J Par?
rish. of Richmond, testified that he
was present at the meeting in Mrs.
Parrish a room, and a- William Cruni
ler s office
R. J Felonie, attorney of Chicago,
told of J. 0 Parrish'? excellent char?
MeCLERNAN D'S NOMINATION
IS CONFIRMED BY SENATE
Washington. January 1??After two
hours' aebate in executive session, the
ISena'e to-day confirmed the nomina?
tion of Colonel Edward J. McClemand.
of tbe i irs* Calvary, to succeed Oen
eral sVatkefSpOOB as brigadier-general
There wa- no other confirmation, and
the Senate adjourned with the under
standing that immediately after the;
routine business to-morrow another
exec utive session would tie ordered to i
consider lur'her army promotion?.
FOI R INDICTMENTS
tun BLAXTION FKMUS i
Maren. Oe-a Jaauary it?Four indictments j
were returned here this afternoon by the Blhh
< ounty grand Jury in connection wlih the
prob? of lb"" Sc4ie primary election In ihi
CaaBtJ last Aagaet. Those indicted are Jesse ,
C H?rns chairman of the ?ubromoiMi.. of '
Ivr appointed lo bardic- ibe election of the
county exe>utite> eomralnee Jobn Harrison
and R A I mphsc k :-lect ten elcrkv and T. E
A-tope a campaign manager
Harris in ths Incli. tment. i? charged with
perjury, whiie th? other three are charged with
ice orrerily , cumins and recording ballets 1
ami making incorrect returns.
BS. Clark Belter.
After spending * very comfortable dav. i be
Rev William Mrjdr Clark fj D . ns-tor or
ft James Bgesosaal Cbareh, wbo went
fcrourb a *e?. err . rids Tuesday iu Si kli/a
heifc - Hospital heeanie restless U,i m?bi.
but bi> general condition remained fa\nrablc
I"aless unforeseen, conrplicatious occur, bi
rscoseiy a can ai a
Academy of Music Dark.
Bijou Ward A Yokes In "A Bun on
I olnnial Vaudeville.
I m pi re Miniature Music al fomed?.
1 I Mn t auderllle.
* harming ? nnrert for (harlM.
lais1 t.igb' at the Jefferson tudi
t ri la, for the benefit of one of Ri. h
Jaond s all-enfold.ng charities the
Sheltering Arn - Free Hospital, one of
J rginia'a -cm daugh'er? Mrs
? harles Dana <?ibsor. poatod out her
??-?uler.c voice befo-e one th? largest
a > id fences -ha' the hali has ever held
With;:, Its ><i.>
Mrs Oibson lives in other arid foreign
?it.es. rhiefly in New York, tec when
She s?eppecl :,;mi, it,,- i-lage ,?st mgr.
she waa not only in 'he hou-e of her
friends, bu. ?: hen ?. ia he: own hen
the bouie that wi.i always , ?.. .
claim be- as ir?r.e Langhorne even
though she he.,-. rtr,n*he- honored name
made famous by r? ar'i?t owner And
wfcen she appeared last night gracious
and iovely iaaffacted ancl exquisite
tbe kouae neukl Indeed nav? risen Ht
bat tave oniy fot its weo ,.. be r-d
As t w?? e";.r>se.n received it
wei onr.e so beartv so wa"
-.gly glad tl.a" t r: .-? have j c-a.-eg
even het. t. . s'omc.j as she is to
Beginning wi-r. mr. a- a fron, y \<, ;..rd
; -i O s opera ,,e lie i, y
-?n j .- and
y heaped wttr. |.ci?ir.(
sates her beauty. p#i
' La e Sa. ei
and only 'h<
c- ' manner v
Mlea He e
r ' tecknt-. e
r .o? rssaaJy
r 'abir in tl
Mati ft Wei\?e. a a-i< ,-t;ai-.--.'?
?era even more ? '.ir.m#ni?M? Oitr,
t^ at eatr nee ei tue i-uy erasaaaaetk> eaaa
? t-ovliiiiiasallht aasjsaeasa oematooij
a. ppiksa. wT Dsaclai fjsaafaa.
LOST IN WATER
Five Men Perish in Bay When
Their Launch Blows
BRITISH VESSEL SINKS
Sixteen People Thrown From
Basket and Die?No
Hope for Eldorado.
Tampa. Kla., January 1?.?Three
? Into men and two negroes are believed
t.. have been killed late to-day when
the launrli llattie May. of the Tampa
shell and Sand t oropany, blew up off
Gadsdrn's Point In the Htllsborough
Uat and sank.
Captain Clifford MeMulltn.
Th'nglneer James Walsh.
( Safe Henry ? lark.
Two unidentified negroes.
When the explosion on urred the
' Pokanoket, of the favorite Steamship
l.lne, put out to render assistance.
, The wrecked launch sank before the
, Pokanoket reached the scene. None
of the fl\e men composing the <re?
' of the launch could he found. A
lighter loaded with shells which was
being towed by the Hattle May was
found floating nearby, the tow-line
having been burned In two.
The Hattle May was sixty feet long
and "as engaged In lighterage work.
Steamer (Joes Down.
Vlgo. Spain. January 1?. ? The Brit?
ish steamer Veronese. ?Ith I.'t9 pas?
sengers on board, was wrecked at an
early hour this morning off Lelxoes.
the outport of Oporto. Klghty-four of
the passengers were saved by Ufe-llnes
from shore, but It Is reported that
sixteen were thrown out of the basket
The steamer Hollandla stood by the
Veronese all morning, but the tre?
mendous seas made it Impossible to
render assistance. The stranded vessel
could not be reached by boats, but
finally the life saxers managed to get
their lines aboard.
When the Hollandla left the work of
rescue was still going on. hut it v. as
feared the ship would break up rapidly.
The Veronese was bound from Glas?
gow to Hrarll and thenre to New Vork.
she (s owned by the Lamport and Holt
Hope Is Abandoned,
(inhesion. Tex.. January D>. Cp
to a late hour to-night no word had
been received of the Morgan Line
steamer Eldorado, eight aayi oveidue
from New Vork to Galvrston. and
General Manager J- W. J?rgen speak?
ing for the officials of the line, ex?
pressed the opinion that the x essel.
with a crew of thirty-nine, had been
"I have no hopes of the ship being
found." said Mr. J?rgen, who arrlxrd
to-day from New Vork.
The Eldorado carried a cargo of
-,000 gross tons of steel rails.
Captain W. K. Wood, mastrr of the
xessei. and William (Inner, chief
officer, resided In New York. Charles
Herbert, chief engineer. Is from AI- ':
HIS DECISION IN
Will Be Announced by Judge
Gordon at Alexandria
Alexandria, Va . January II J ltd go
Bennett T. Gordon, of the Twenty
ninth .'udicial Circuit. Nelson County
will tome to the Circuit Court for
Alexandria Count r on Saturday rnorn
ing next at in o'clock and announce
hi- decision in the annexation suit
instituted by the rjrty j0 obtain ? part
Of Alexandria and Fairfax Counties.
The decision is awaited with kr<-n in?
terest. Final arguments in the case
were made before ludge Thornton
in the Circuit ''our* fof Alexandria
November I: and 14 l.i = t. Afterward,
the (ojrt took the case under advi.?e
; This city desires 'o annex a part of
! Alexandria and Fairfax Counties. In
I the evenf H gets what if 1? after, the
: P'esent arra Of the city will be more
?Judge Goidon has written a letter
I to I orporation Attorney I ir-hci
' ir.g that he will be bcre Saturday
I It is expected that all of the attorneys j
Intsrsstsd win he prentni when the
de< ision In this case is announ' od.
t'orrravt : Virginia Continued warm
Friday ; Saturday generali? fair, eolder
In west and by night in Saat I moderate
south winds, shifting to west and north?
west Saturday, becoming fefflak.
North Carolina Fair Frida): local
rains at night on Saturday: r older
Saturday In nest portion, moderate
south ami sunt Im est nlnds.
?spe.ui l.o< al Data for Vesterday.
1.'noon terr.perat ure. . SI
3F M temperature . fS
Maximum temperature up to ?
1.1 . . .. . ts
Mitumutn temperature up to I
I I. ?:
.ear. ten pemture ... . :a
Normal tea aeratata . ;i*>
Exces* in temperature. .. ic
Ki.es? in 'eniperature sin-e Match
I . . 7?
Ai i nit: ex. e?s in temperature sln< e
? 'enuarv I. . ., . M
'?>?" ?? v in raitifatl -in ?? March.
A< Irs deficiency :n ran.'ail since
.'anuary I. ... 0
I.e. ai Oliser? allen I? P. M. Ts.trrdu
Tempera! ure. . 54
Hucaktll v.m ?I
Win?1 dire, ?ion.
\\ rod eetw -v. ?
Weather .? feasj
< ??dio?a? is Imavr'ast GMsa,
Ham The- H T I, T. Weather
Asheville .... ? I,; 4 , ???.
Max re .... -is t -St clear
Jai ksonrtlle. ... S2 71 .*4 c:- .dy
Kan>?* f ity_ H TS M > loudy
Lou is rill* ... ? .
M ntaorrsre. . . St TS at # l??r
- O-Uar? . 1. ??
'? o-rk...... at at n ? oudy
? 7? at Ctc, ,4y
Igtar.ipeg . I ? j Cloudy
I nsytbevi-aa. tu at u v ciondy
From All Quarters Men Are Coming to This Sale!
Verily, we say it again; never such superb garments ever offered the men
of Virginia before at such fractional prices! Ye tailorites, ye good dressers,
all, awake to this really great clothing opportunity.
$50 and $45 Overcoats and $45 and
$40 Suits reduced to
$35 Suits and
$38 and $35 Suits and Overcoats
$30 Suits and Overcoats reduced
$25 Suits and Overcoats reduced
$20 Suits and Overcoats reduced
$15 Suits and Overcoats reduced
Boys' Suits and Over?
coats and Coats for
Girls and Young
$6.50 and S7.00 at. . .$4.75
57.50 and 58.00 at. . .$5.75
S8.50 and S9.00 at. . . $6.75
5 10.00 and Si 1.00 at. . .$7.75
$12.00 and 512.50 at. . .$9.75
$25 and S28 Coats, for
misses, at .$18.75
That were $1.50 at...$1.15
That wore S2.00 at...$1.45
That were $2.50 at...$1.88
That were $3.50 at...$2.65
The Berry Shirts are in
the sale too.
Si.50 Gloves at.$1.15
50c Scarfs, 3 for.$1.00
51.00 Scarfs, .it.85c
$1.50 Scarfs at.$1.15
Hat Off to
Hundreds of $3.50 and i
s4oo SOFT HATS AND (jj 1 OC
^DERBIES ro on sale to-dayt *P
115 pairs $5 Gunmetal and
Patent Leather Shoes; button
and Biucher styles?sizes
?at just. S3.45
O. H. BERRY & COMPANY.
News of South Richmond.
Draws Dividends and Has Not Bern
Seen Since Wife Prostrated.
Since drawing his semi-annual divi?
dend" trom the Man-bester National
Lank last Tuesday morning, Otto
Koch, a prominent and wcli-known
( hesterfleid farm* r has not. been seen
or heard from by his family or by any
Of his friends. Stranger still B team
which the ii.is.-ing nan drove to town
has also disappeared and not a trace
of either can be found
Koch recentlv fell heir to ? 01 -iderable
property through the de?th of his
fa-her "He is the r,wner of a flne farm
on Hopkins Road, -hree miles from
?his city, and is well-to do He left
home in flne spirrr- after planning with
h;> wife- to use the dividends, amount?
ing to t2t?. for improvements on the
homestead He was driving a nulls
hitched to a light wagon. He was last
seen leaving the bank, headed home?
Officer Oeorge farrell of Chester?
field, has been requested by Mrs Korh
to make a fhorougn sear, h A trip to
Petersburg yesterday was without is
?Ult. The Richmond police will prob?
ably be asked to assist in solving the
n retery Io d ay
Ko. h is thir'v-flvc years of age. He
has beep married for several vea;- end
has two children His domestic life is
said to h??e heen idf.i! Mrs Ko< h is
almost prostrated by bis s'ii.nge ab?
Stork to a street ? hun h Secures Ser
rlces of Rex. < W. McKlrm.
f|e.- i w McEhroy, who was last
Sunday nigh: tendered a rail to the
Stockton t?-ree- Haptist Chur<h at a
meeting of the congregation, yesterday
notified the pulpit committee shot he
wouid a- eopt He wi'l he installed as
pastor next Sunday morning If ar
nge meats ian t-e completes before
Mr McElroy eM need no intro
d iction to hi? new oonsjrnaattoa, hav
ii'g prem he.j in this city several times.
He a grnd -???? Richmond <~oiiege.
i 'rozer I keoioiktal Seminary and the
t'mversitv of the Pacific He has filled
several email < harges in 'he S'.as'
hir , hief duties have heen in ''alifornie
and Washington He is married, atid
w.;t hring his f^rnilv to South Richmond
a- eoor. as suitable gaiters ran be
In fraternal < Ircles.
Maple r'ari p No is* Woodmen of
the World is planning an elaborate
entertainment to be given lanuary
2% at Masoni' 1 em pie < owardin Ave
t .e ?nd H ill stree* Musn. speak
ir>g end recitations followed by a sup
pe- .. pa:' of ? he [ - g-am
Mat ? safer i odge No ato. p p o K
E l??t right ?' KTka Home. Kleventh
and Ra:t.tr.dge u.r a'ed two candi
datOS ? ?? the n.ysteriea of the order
AftOt the (Oal (on ?. id regained thejr
ron posijre 4 so. -.a session was held
District Ijepuiv (irand Kialted Ryler
' \V ho e; w?. * g ,e.t .,( i.- r,.,T
Parrel Post Resort.
1 : portale adeal L R Lloyd rewer
?e.i -o s'ttng Poet master
? r the ? ii \?- ..* parcels ban
died In .Ian. ti-'st sine* the establish
? - ?'. 'he |...- ^ ?- ,?,?? system or.
lary I The rep,... ,n. I ides up to
? ? !?? ir .'ar.uarv \\ and will be
* ' _ Pos'mastei Oeneral
' ' ol ; els re.-elred for
?' <s 444 The average
w eajh- was eighteen sun.es. and the
s-riage was SM 14 '
'* ? packages amour 'rd to
? ??f this inVr twelve were for
? I - use ,,f the far
? ?' f.? been gradual, aroording
? 1- Lloyd The larger number of
[''?r.r.s >.t 'h? Se.j'hslde hava |St
?was.-.-.: the pososkeWda* at
* erat? ra and ?r? not taking ad
rar,.-#e ... ,,Pport?oitw to gat
' ' ' I ?? ? r d i n d a i 1 y
Death aj teed Negro.
?? si old and highly
h ' I
I colored The burial will be in Mt
I Olivet Cemetery
Get Alleged Murderer.
The Southtutje police are highly
elated at 'he capture of Cowan Clinks
dalf colored, suspected of killing Jeff
Kobinson. ? olored. in Star. S. c . a-'
August The man wan taken Into
? ustpdy yasterday morning by Officer
W. E. Waymack. who noticed hin Mia
pic loot actions near Kighth and Me
Oonough Streets, and who recognized
him from the printed discription at
clitiksdaic wa? taken to the Third
Station, where he admitted his guilt
and agreed to waive requisition. The
South Carolina authorities have been
Death One to Negligence.
That Howard Heed, colored, came to
hi* death through his own negligent S
was the verdi. I of the jury summoned
yesterday morning by Coroner John
W. Broadnax to investigate the death of
the young man who died Wednesday
. morning from injuries received the
preceding week The man attempted to
board a Petersburg car from the inside
track and was rnughl between it and a
car running in :h?- oppo-ut" dirccjon.
In Police Court.
The cnae of John Brooks, colored who
shot and killed his wife thi?? weeJu,
ago la Swansboro and then made a
desperate a"fmpt to kill himself. -v?s
continued yeeterday bv Justice H. A
Maurice in Police Court. Part. II.
Brooks, in addition to his wounds, has
had an atta' k of peritonitis and is now
down with append!) ins. His recovery Is
' in doubt
M. C Hertford, a contractor, charged
with violating a city ordinance, re?
garding the disposition of Miefes was
fined $2 SO and costs
hartes White colored, charged with
n.ahciou? shooting, was finer] ISO and
costs and placed under ICV> bond for
I Alfred K Cohen, trustee, yesterday.
a< ? otdmg to a tb ad of bargain and sate
recorded in Hustings Coaft, Par* II.
transferred to Francis h i'?hen a piece
of property fronting ? feet on Jsemrne*
Htreet. between Ninth snd Tenth and
known as Sis and ??0 Sen.men Street
for consideration plated at II.tin.
Holding Revival Meeting*.
A aeries of revival services are being
coadut ted this week in the Clopton
stree- Baptist Chun h A large con?
gregation has attended each service
Ttev Daoafl Ed wards pastor of tbe
ihur. h, is conducting the meetings.
Mrs Kato Coniey. of Washington
who has been the guest of her sister.
! Mrs D. C. Ballartf wi'l return home
J H Pat tenon < ashler of the Mer
? bants' and Ms hanb s' Bank, and who
ha? been confined -o his borne by a
severe illness i? mu< h Improved.
IDENTITY IS RIVEALED
Aalraet* Faead ai Bieltea Pres-ed te P.elaag
?? I altsawa Mdtc
'Special to The Tines-Dispatch J
Orange. V? . January I?.?The tdeettty of
the uaknowo aoMde of last Friday was re?
vealed to dai Twn ?atchel? left ta the hag
??#? room h> a ?trana-r proved lo rewong le
Ihe suit-Ids The ofersea of the town ordered
the satrbei. to he opened \ hey ?a? found
|| ans i ' t.i. r - ?'i> ati. h - peeed th- ?at
. hei? l?tter? were foe od addressed I? W
M ???muh sVwjgM ntaaaaa, a?-otiand.
and ? letier ?ddreed to hi? i>r,.th?r is Buffalo.
HB miEMiN *T Ml?iMts.
I rgee lm*?rt?*,?? ?r Ma at tat as* Is PaaWr
8chaal? af Maaasaaa
Special lo The Tim? Dagalrh >
Maaanssa. Ta. Jaaaary M.?Thar* was a
lar?s aadtenee la ib* roegty raert room to
ntelv to tkaten fo the addreaa of Dr Allee W
Floard f-f Ree'th before the farsaera lastltnta
upon tbe an Meet of aaallatloa la the p SS III
waoola ?3d of a proper seesrae* system for
the leva ef \fana~a? t proper ?????!?
.t ten- for ? ?t said aoald greefti
rsdae* the ans ..' death mil. east aonid he a
'?liiiW' aaae' pa ag *? a er*** ras* Me a-m
rh?at,-d ih? danger at the com mo* erlebtes
CROSSES OF HONOR
Crosses of honor will be presented I
to Confederate veterans by Leo Chap?
ter. I'nlted Daughters Of the Confed?
eracy. to-night at the HOBM of Needy
Confederate Women. 3 Kast Graro
.Street There will bo a public recep?
tion Miss Mary fust is Lee. daughter
of General Robert K Lee. will person- :
ally present, the crosses to the fololw- '
M A. Allere courier. Kourteen'h
North Carolina f avalrv . to his widow.
Mrs Alice Went Allen.
?lames A Chittum, private. Com-i
pany K. hirst Virginia Cavalrv
Lemuel links, private company C,I
Kifteen'h Virginia Infanrtv
Loren DiokinaoB, private. Floyd
Rifles, to his widow, Un Virgie Kind-,
Wiilian. Perrin Kemp. captain. Con- ;
pany H Ninth Vitgi ma C avalrv : to his;
daughter. Mrs -I St George Bryan.
Charles i. Moebjr, sergeant-major.;
Fourth Virginia f avalrv . to his widow.
Mrs Charles L Mosbv.
S P. Mavo. pnva'e, Smi'h s Bat?
W. T Newbi'l private Company C.
Twenty-sixth Virginia Infantry.
?harles T Q'Far tall, lieutenant-col?
onel. , avalrv
?lohn W Rawlov. rr.inor North C aro?
lina . to his widow.
Kdwarcl I'endleton Turner, raptain.'
Genejal Magrudeis start , to ?. P. >
Turner, his son.
Gardner G Thompson, corporal. ?
I hon.as Valentino, private. Harris
Guards. Sir'h Virginia Infan'ry
Philip Whltlocic. private. Ri' hmond
C. ? a v .
?lohn W Walton, private. Company
K Thirty-fourth Virginia Infantry
George f Deitri'k. private. Rich-'
mond citv Home Guards
Hiram L Walker private, Company
D, fourteenth Virginia Infantry.
II~nry Briel private, < ornpany K.
Twenty-fourth Virginia Cavalry
Charles K Booth, private. Company
O, Tw?-lf?h Virginia Infanfry
?'ames Rennet Gregory private. Com?
pany A. Fifty-eisth Infantrv; to his
daughter. Mrs I M Prrrv. of Chase;
Wi|t|?rn Walker private. Company
K. Thirty-fourth Infantry
Rober' Wngh'. ihird assistarit rn- I
gmeer. gunboat lamest.?wn.
Precedent to the reception the home s'
annual linen shower will be held:
f'-.m ? to e, p \1 when gif's of table
and bed linen will de received hv Mrs
A .t. Montague and the other members
Knhmond Chapter ? rn--e-.
Richmond Chapter. Tinted 1 laugh
tare of confedera. v. will present eraeeea
''' honor to-night at I.ee Camp Hall '
[uaj ' _
11 Shoe Polishes
1NKST QU A LIT T LARCEST VAMICTw
the eegf laaan'ekee dreaaanj 1
" seks st
f. a ? loss '-V"
aadseoeaavv heut? end eh
aa.ac TtEsci ciosi
"tTtt* resales etloe fgrclesaJagaad asnahlBeall
t KI aWTT" ti pqaai??rta w"h spot**>?e*r?
'v rWsa? ?i 1 waarat ?*. ?? - uinn shoes. llcaisc
??tr tint- eaesakaahni ' r aaatkaaea who
take p'tSSl a having i?>? r?bese:e?aTaL BsSs-i-a
rolor sad lustre leellKetk she. . ev> ist wrl.a
tissker elwtk, 1 Ocean gUTC"
I f T*mr Scalar lew a ? a?sr> ts? ?' ?4 T? '
? fsrfsifsisspalara i
ajMi 11 uioac aaog. a co
takirrr asaf imtn* Vaw ? sav-fanse mf
Samt ?**/u*xr ft) tmt sMrekt
direction of Mrs Robert Clark as?
sisted ny h*r daughter. Miss Adele
C lark: M:m \ iena Ramos. Mn. S. G.
Meredith, Reginald Walkerand other*
All Confederate organisation* are in?
The following veteran* and descend?
ants will receive the crosses:
I Li Be. k- Shoemakers' Battery
William Brook. Comapny K. Third
Virginia Cavalrv. I
M A Barner. Company E. Four- .
tr.i.th Virginia Infantry.
R H. Dalton. Company K. Twenty
fir-: Virginia Infantry.
G Brook* Doggett. Company I
First Virgil.la Heseivei
W A Elliott, company E- Twenty- I
third Ragdment, Virginia Infantry.
w H Fnrrer. chambics* Gray*.
J II Clifford. Company K. First Vir- i
gtma Art i ler
Q r. Harne company D, Thirtieth
A K Motley. Company D. Twenty
Dfh Virginia Bat'aiton
\v. B. tujtmar, bane* Detached Ser
I, W Phillip- Company C. Put h
I'.egin.en'. Virginia Infantry.
.John P Ouar>s. Company O. Third ,
.l-ar-ob Spoi/e company B. Forty
eighth Virginia Regimen'
r w rtaund<-:?. Company A. Eighth
Richard Houthard. Company K.
Fifty-fifth Virginia Infantry
W. F. Pirns company F. Twentv
flftli Virginia Ba'talion
E. A Tha- ker Company A. Twelfth
Battalion. Virginia Artillery
.lobn Taylor. Wyattg Virginia Artil
' rft R Wilkinson Company I. Fifty
ninth Virginia Volunteers
? M Willis c ompany A. Twenty
fifth Battalion Virginia Infan'rv
L W Whcley. Company A. Forty
fir*' Virginia li.fantry
Mrs Mllhient c Broa<ldus widow of
.tames Mordecai Broaddus. < ompany
II Thirtieth Virginia Volunteers
Mr- CarTte Carter Tavior. daughter
?f I oionel B F. W. Carter. Eongstreet s
' ^William A Clarke. Jr . son of William
A Clarke. Company F. Third Virginia
tlllS- AUSS M.irgiel Drewry. widow or
Or s D Drawry, Assistant Burgeon
Confederate State* Navy.
Kdward L Gibbon, son of C ha?rl?*
Gibbon. company H. Fifty-third
llc>ward C lohnston. son of Robert
V .lohn*ton. Battery B. retrain Artil
!rr\lr* Nelte Kitchen Tiller, daughter
of George Morgan Kitchen. Company
? Mood ? Battalion of Infantry.
W Peyton ?on of Cantatn George
M Peyton, ?ompany A. Thirtieth
DROWNED IN POOL
THE Y. IB.
Second Fatal Occurrence in
Norfolk's Recently Com?
Norfolk. Va . January It.?Vernon
H Eppes, a member of the T. M. C A.,
was drowned la the swlaatutng tvo<>! of
the association here tonight. HIS
body was not recovered until some one
found hi* clothe* In e_lecher A search
Ity Thl* make* !B? sec or
s< fh? Y M ? A sir., e ?>
ing was completed two yea
1 All trains of tha Norton. * Western '
Railway ?so the splendid new I'aion
LDepo* at Norfolk ? Advexuscascat.
army officers '
defended by hak
He Replies to Bitter Criticisms
Made by Helm, of
ALWAYS STAND TESTS
House Still Is Considering
Army Appropriation Bill
Washington. January 18?Criticism
of the army officer* of thin country
and the army in general by Representa?
tive Helm, of Kentucky, marked con?
sideration of the army appropriation
bill In tbe House to-day. Mr. Halm
charged that the officers of the army
were inefficient and incapable of per
foiming the duties expected of them.
' I doubt very much if there !? an
officer in the army to-day who in tbe
line of battle could direct the fire of
that line/' he declared.
Tho measure had progressed as far
as the provision for the pay of tbe
officers when Representative Helm
opened fire. He said that the officers
were "jealous, touchy and bad to he
bandied with care" and charged that
they had entered Into a contest to see
which one could get the most out of
tbe army appropriation bill."
Representative Hay. of Virginia,
chairman of the committee having the
bill in charge, resented these statements
and declared never had the test
but that ths officers of the army weie
able to withstand It.
An amendment offered by Repre?
sentative Hay creating 'he ofjen of
' personal aide" to the I'resident. went
out on a point of order. TIM measure
still was under consideration when the
The hill carne? IM.130 1:7. an increase
of nearly t's.000.000 over the last appropria
pen dss ?- tfaVS ??--s?>iT
Ftn Cot*, ewe. Banks.
Washington. January I?.? Represent?
ative Carlin. of Virginia.has asked tha
House Committee 011 Banking and
Currency to give ? onsidcratton to a
bill which he has just introduced by re
oueet. to establish land arid com banks
and to in, rease the 1 urren.y. The b."
Is quite lengthy, but in the mail. :t ?
provided that any ten or more citizens
of the Cmted States may form in any
county therein an organization to be
known as a Cmted States Coin and
Land Bank, and upon paying Into the
treasury of the I'nited States a sum
not less than 155 000 00 nor more than
S3M.000 in legal tender. I nited States
com. the Treasurer shall issue bis certifi?
cate therefor, and authorize them to
organize a hank in ?u<h manner as
r,afional banks are now organized, and
all laws governing such organization
and inspection of national banks so
far as applicable are made to appiy to
the United States Coin and Land
It Is provided that should the bt'l
become a law. arid tbe banks put Into
operation, that all loanf would be for
thirty-three year*. Su> b an institution
doubtless would be of considerable value
in many rural communities.
Congressman Flood, of the <~oinmiV.en
on I-oreign Affairs, to-day made a
repor' favoring the olnt resolution
providing for a commission for the
investigation of rural credits in Europe.
It is proposed that this rommitte?
shall leave the I'nited State* in April
and return In Julr after having been
abroad for about two month* studying
President Taft to-day nominated
Thomas C". Bunting to be postmaster
at Li more. Va
Richard Christian Scott late a mid?
shipman, ha* been nomina'ed a second
lieutenant in tbe Field Artillery of the
P. H McO.
Blesse Also Assails- t.onrales. F.dltor
of the State.
Columbia. S C . January 1??In a
special ir.es-age to the I . gisla'.ure to
dav Oovrrnor Cole L. B ease bitterly
afacked Senator B R Trllman and
Captain W L tlor.zaies. editor of the
State The attack was the reeutt of
the famous I'lilrnan letter pihiisbed
two day* hefora the recent primary, and
?he part the edi'or of the State played
111 it* publication Newspapers gener?
ally were attacked and restriction
upon the prets. in th? way of legisla?
tion, was urged bv the Clover-.or
at boohe's mill
Special to The Time* Dispatch )
Lianvllle. Va.. January 16. - Last
r.ight or early this n.orm-.g < ra. ksnien
effected aa entrat.. <? to -h. N"rf"*
and Western Depot at Boone * Mill.
Frauklin County. blew the safe and
?*< u'red the contents about t*\ and
made a get-away The robberv wa?
was not discovered until this morning,
when Depot Agen' R L Wl l:am? went
to work Entrance was effected
through a window Efforts *?r? ?L
on.e begun to trail the robbers, but
without >w nioodhour.ds were a?Keci
from Richmond, and every
be made to apprehend the fugitives.
EXTENDED HE4RIS?. _
WILL BE BELD ON BILL
Washington. January lt.?Senator NeUoe ?
hill, intended 10 make owner* of \ easel- ir*n?
porting airrrhandKe or property between it
I'aited "teles sod foreign countries liable fo
loa* or damage arising from faults or error?
In the navigation or management of the vss
?el? according lo the market ?alue of ine
property affected win be Ike subjart of an
extended bearing before the Senate t omsjerc*
Committee beginning January a
The measure 1? propped as an amendment
to the Harter act of Fehniecy U isn. asd ??
* mailer of stmple Joatlee long delay, d to IB*
?htsnwrs." according to Seaaior Netsoa
Special for This Week
Corned Pi. ni' Mams per lb.12 l-jc
Imported Sour Krout, per qt.*c
[jrge can* Tomatoes-....- . S
New Mominv and Grit*, per lb. I l-Jc
A lbs. Va. Pre pa trd Buckwheat for 2&r
->ug*r Corn, four can* for.
Vs Pride Coffee. 1 lb. papers.?c
tfood Lard, per lb.J**"
Good Salt Pork, p.-r lb..?Je
Ceood Carolina Rice, per lb.f*f
Va- Comb Honey. 1 lb. packgfps. t?..g
Large ran* Csltfomia Table Peaches *V
Purr 1 luntry Crdrr Vinefar, per ffal. 2h>
Good Corned Salmon, three for. ?c
Special Attention fo Phone Ordern.
S. Ullmans Soil, Inc.
Sr.. tftM-lftlU B. Main Streng,
No. 5#* ?? Marshall Street.