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Negro Arrested in Petersburg,
Charged With Brutal
MEETING OF CIVIC LEAGUE
Death of Former Legislator.
Thieves Attempt to
1 he Tlmcs-Dt*patch Bureau.
i Bolingbrook Street,
Petersburg. Va.. .lanuary 23.
.lames Ooodr ulia* 1 Jaa .Jones." the
negro arrested in this < it y on Tuesday.
? h urged with the brutal assault on
Julius Smith, a Newport News mer?
chant, and robbing him l (sri. was taken
bark to Newport Newts this morning
bv an officer from that city. Of the
? tolcn money ISu wan re< ovcrod here,
and it Is said the evidence against the
negro in so strong thai there i . no doubt
tjf his ? 'oiiviotion. Tha merchant is
still alive o jt iiiicoti*r?i<>u?. and there is
little, hope of his recovery.
Chris League Meets.
The Clrie league, of which Mr*. J.
YV. Hays is president, Diet yesterday and
ftiMCUsaed mutters of interest. The
i.?ugu? has dune much in its ettorts to
beaimfy and keep the city clean and
in aiding in th> improvement af general
s.iiiitaiy tifinrtitsaaa Tha matter of
rimtgatitjg vehicles used in funerals
was? referred to u < omriiK'.ec for invos
tlgnMM and report, as well us that of
Jack of ventilation in the R s. hinorid and
F'rteisbutg trolley < are at the end of
then i uns. Tu? league favors the
passage of an ordinance preventing
t hick ens from running at large. A
resolution was adopted requesting the
Mayor to proclaim an early day as a
general clean-up" day. in order to
? heck propagation of files, which have
beer, kept alive by the mild winter
weather. A paper was read Iroru
DC, R. A Martin, health officer,
relative to the improved health and san?
itary conditions of the city, and not?
ing some additions needed of the health
departrnent. in securing which it is
hoped to receive the aid of the league
A request for the organization of a branch
Je,?t ?? in the western pait of the
City was received.
Oled Quickly ol ParalyMs.
Peter Cheuthun. a colored driver
employed by the Totty Transfer t.'om
p<tny. was atrtokM with paralysis on
} is wagon yesterday, and died soon
after being taken ho flan.
Death of Waith] \ oung Man.
Iredell B. Walle a very worthy
young citizen, dlsd this rrurning at the
Between Knee and Ankle. Scratch?
ing Made Solid Sore. Could Not
Wear Shoes or Watt. One Cake
of Cuticura Soap and One Box of
Cuticura Ointment Cured,
run j 'Ole. Oa.?"My mother had a
brasJcmg out on car right lag bat ? aau ta?
knee acd snkia which was prnoanncad ecze?
ma. The eraema broke oat to pfcnpiea and
kebed and burned so aha scratched it and
made a solid sore. It harried aad ItrOed so
the could hardly sioep vt night. Her cJofb
ing Irritated It aad her fast and ankle* were
swollen so ?b? could not wear bar shoes and 1
could not walic for sometime
"She trktd asvaral home nemadtet which
did her no good. As a last resort ana triad
Cut!cars Soap and Qaramect. Sba washed
tbe places with the Ortlcur* Soap and after?
wards applied tbe Cuaoara Ointment. Oos
?aka ot Cutknra Soap and ana boa mt Cott
cura Ointment cored her " signed) Mrs.
D Welraven. Apr 30 1912.
FOR PIMPLES AND BLACKHEADS
Tbs following u a moat eaTasstve and eco?
nomical treatment. trendy smear tbeaffacted
parts with Oudcura Ointment, on tbe end of
the linger, but do not rjb. Wash oaT tbs
Onacura Olnanent tn flee iwti it? wttb
0 rt?tt Soap and not water acd continue
bathing for sowie minotes This treatment
is best on rising and retiring. At other times
use Cnttcura Soap freely for ?he toBet and
bath, to asabjt ta preveenng InflsinmsttoTi.
trrl tattoo acd clogging of the pores. Sold
tbroaghout tbe world. Liberal sample of
each free, wttb 32-p. Skin Book. Address
post-card "Cuticura. Dept. T. Boston."
mr T:wic--face.! roes snonlrf use Ou?rar?
Soap Shaving Stick. 2Sc. Sample free
An event of unusual magnitude
an<l <>f vital importance to every
must.? lover in Richmond and
vicinity will b?> made in the col?
umn* of thie paper within the
next few days. It will fairly
sparkle with interest to YOU.
WATCH OUT FOR IT!
Largest retaller? of Victor
la 'he ttotith.
?1 Eas? Broad St , Richmond.
?1 Sycamore St., Petersburg. Va.
Tanner Paint & Oil Co
Sale of Rebuilt |
Piano* taken in exchange for
grand* and Pianola Piano*. Re?
built and practically good a* new.
Note the exceptionally low prices:
I 'pright styl?, eboniard cant, sell?
ing when new at $3751 * f QA
SALE PRICE . a9l?7U
('pright style, mahogany case,
selling when new at fftAP*
S.^.so. SALE PRICE.. OtCUD
( pright style, oak case, instru?
ment practically new, selling
regularly at $i2\, MOA
SALE PRICE . *9*e*.U
Also tfae following:
I pright stvle, ebonized ca*e.
I pright style, mahogany case.
( pright style, ebonized case.
Selection should he made at once
rsMore the more desirable instru?
ments arc sold.
(Walter D. Moses 4 Co.
Ml East Broad Street. 1
Oldest Music House in Virginia I
and North Carolina. H
home of his parent*. Mr. and Mrs
Albeit Walle, on Pearl Street. He was
? twenty-nine year* old. wan a member
' of the board of stewards of West
i Htreet M. K. Church, and of Virginia j
I Council. Jr O. lT. A. M. Besides his I
parents he is survived by four brothers .
I and live sisteis.
Death of Former Legislator.
I Robert R Ramey died this after- j
noon at his residence on West Street. !
In the eeventy-Bixth year of hi* age. He '
, was a native of l'rinee Oeorge. and at |
1 one time/ represented that county In j
the lower house of the General As?
sembly. He moved to Petersburg
some years ago and engaged tn mer- '
TBffrf business He was a good
' man. a consistent Chriatlan. and was
1 universally esteemed. He was a Con- !
federate veteran, and was a member
I of A. P. Hill Camp. He was twice,
married, his second wife surviving
him. with the following children John
li Barney, of Richmond; Ira W. and ?
BP. A. Kamey and Mrs. Forrest W.
I Tucker, of Petersburg; Mr*. Nannie
Livesay. of Arringdale. vV and Mrs. |
I L. M. Applewhite, of this city.
A Question of Sanity.
Joan Mason, the negro who las'JI
1 month shot and killed a colored womari?
' earned (iertie Smith at her home tn
Sussex County, because of a supposed \
grudge, and who. after the 'Time. '
walked to Petersburg, confessed and
surrendered to the police, is thought
to be insane. He was convicted of,
murder in the first degree in the Circuit ;
1 Court of Sussex last week, but sentence j
was deferred that a i ommission ex-I
amine and determine whether or not he j
is insane. He is confined in Sussex
Attempted Safe Robber).
A thief or theives last night broke
into the drug store of Dr. K. K. Ben
ion, a colored physician, on Halifax
Street, and attempted to get Into the \
safe. Failing in this they helped them?
selves to cigars, tobacco and chewing 1
??im. Adjoining the drug store is the ;
store and "dwelling of Max Leveneon.
They robbed the refrigerator in the :
back part of this house of several dosen
General News Note*.
Patrick Joeeph Mansfield, a stranger,
of several alleged professions was
senier.aed to serve a term of sixty days
in jail by the police justice this morn?
ing for stealing an overcoat from .the
'office of Dr Moylan Field
The city is making an experiment of
using creosote wood block for street i
paving and is laying the block* on
Lombard and Second Street*.
?fudge J. B Price, of this city, witl
deliver the address at the Eagles'
memorial exercises on Sunday after- '
noon. February 21.
The revival service* at the Writ Knd
Bart* ist (7% arch conducted by the
pastor, the Rev. A. R. Love, are .
arousing deep interest. There have .
already been a number of conversions.
William Wier. a respectec* and aged :
Englishman, who for the past ten
r . . i.e. ii living a* the home of .!
H Werres. in Chesterfield County, near
this city, died to-day about noon. He!
had rea- hed the age of eeventy-five
JEWISH COUNCIL CLOSES
Plan? Made to Raioe *!.000,030 En
dowment for College.
Cincinnati, o . January 22 ?The
Twnety-third Biennial Coun< il of Amer?
ican Hebrew <'ongreganon came to a
close here to-day with the election off
an executive committee .-oni-lsting of
thirty members The place of the
nest meeting in 1*15 was left to this
committee, and will te* decided upon
The new executive committee organ?
ized short tf after the session of the coun?
cil by electing J. Walter Irlberg, of
''inrinnati. president: Charles Snohl.
of Cincinnati, vice-president. and Solo?
mon Fox. of Cincinnati, treasurer.
A reeuulution was adopted by the
council to appoint 10.MM representative*
throughout the .-ountry who will ea
deavor to get IC.OOO men to donate SI.SOO
each. This total of ft .000.000 will become
an endowment fund, the interest from
which will be used to maintain the
Hebrew Union Collage of thi* City
It was agreed to abolish the stipend
svstenti at the college and substitute
CREMATED FOR REVENGE
Mountaineer* Believed to Have Caused
Dr. Morrison's Death.
Somerv.lle. N. J.. January 21.?In?
vestigation has been begun of the oaee
of Dr. John Morrteon. a New York phy?
sician, who was burned to death in a
Are which destroyed his summer h<.r> .
st the foot of the Sourland Mountain
near here, yesterday
Recently Dr. Morrteon * bouse was
robbed and two mountaineers were im
prisoned In tls Somerset county jail for
a time on suspicion.
Neighbors of Dr. Morrteon have de?
clared their belief that some of the
mountaineers deliberately burned the
District Atteraey's Office Is Herd
After "Arson Trast."
New York, January B -Six more
"arson trast Indict meats were re?
turned to-day by the grand Jury Two
?m are directed against Oeorge
Oniu. a fire insurance adjuster, now
In the Tomb*, and Kaiman Newmark
an a-forney. who la at liberty on ball
Both men bed been indicted previous!-,
on charge* of arson At the district
attorney ? office It was said the other
indictment* wer* returned aga.net thre
owner* of flat houee* .and the owner*
of a tailor shop where fire* oocurred.
A O Be~>n died here to-rtlght
to- star op and Mrs Carry'* da
Miss Shirley Curry oems her* fron
Washington and ware et the bedside
R CHMOND MAN
GETS HIGH PRAISE
Dr. W. B. Foster, Formerly of
City Health Department,
Making Good in Roanoke.
Dr. \V. Brownley Foster, formerly
>.'.> dii al inspector attached tu the Rich?
mond Health Department, and now
chief of the Roanoke Department of
Health according to reporta from that
' city, is doing hie share to make Roanoke
a town of ? crowded cradles and empty
! graves " The quotation is from an
I editorial In the Roanoke Times, praising
the good work of the Health Depart?
Dr. Foster, who is well known in
Ric limonri. is a son of W. W. Foster,
of this city. He received his training
under Chief Health Officer K <. Levy,
of the lo<al Health Department His
. work as medical inspector in the Rich?
mond office attracted the attention of
the Roanoke authorities, and secured
him his present post as chief health of?
ficer of that city.
According to the annual report of
the Roanoke Health Department, pre?
pared under the direction of Dr. Foster,
the death rate for Roanoke during 1912
; wax 13.87 per thousand, as compared
j with 15 3? for the preceding year. The
report shows also a large decrease in
the death rate from contagious and in
fe< tious diseases, and a lowering of in?
"Roanoke haa no other investment
as good as her Board of Health." says
the editorial alreaedy referred to. "Not
even the investment in the public
schools gives returns so prompt anil
direct. We have visible evidence of
what the board of health and its ac?
tivities and regulations have done in
reducing the death rate, reducing the
waste of hard-earned money, adding to
the comfort and happiness of the people. |
preventing tears and anguish, destitu?
tion and poverty."
SPECIAL COURSE AT V. P. I.
Practical Agriculture for County Dem- |
onstrators of Virginia.
'Special to The Times-Dispatch )
Blacksburg. Va . January 23.?Thirt7- I
six of the forty-eight men engaged in
county demonstration work through?
out Virginia are at the Virginia Poly?
technic Institute for a six weeks'
course in practical agriculture. For
ten days these men will have the field
to themselves, and during February
this course will be merged with the I
farmers' winter course in agriculture. I
lasting for fouc. weeks. The salaries
Of the demonstrators go on as usual
while they are here and they pay their |
own expenses. Board has been ar?
ranged for them in the town at rea- |
sonabie rates, and they ha.c been lo-I
? ated at the two hotels and in private ;
boarding houses. T O. Sandy, state
agent of the farmers' demonstration |
ejrork in Virginia, will be bere for a
(part of the time, and the three dis?
trict demonstrators are taking the
The field of study al V. P. I. for the
six weeks' course covers every subject
of interest to the farmer, and lectures
are given daily on practical subjects,
with demonstration work in the af?
ternoons All departments of the
college are placed at their disposal,
and several recent graduates in agri?
culture of the institute are among tlie
demonstrators here now.
Organization to Boost Project
for Road Between Bristol
and Lexington, Ky.
(Special to The Times-Dispatch.)
Bristol, Tenn., January 23.?The
Bristol to Lexington Highway Associa?
tion, to promote the building of a stone
highway from Bristol to Lexington, Ky.. .
via Cumberland Gap, was organized
here this afternoon in a conference
bead under the auspices of the Bristol ,
Board of Trade. Delegates were here '
from Kentucky. Tennessee and Vir- j
ginia counties. J. H. Wolfe, of Scott ,
County. Virginia, was eLected president, j
and Jackson Morris. ofTventucky. vice- j
president. Vice presidents will be |
named from each county along the
Resolution? were adopted looking to '
aid by counties, with a view to building
the necessary links to connect with cen?
tral Kentucky's systems of turnpikes.
A similar conference will be held to- ?
morrow to organize for the building of
a like road between Bristol and Blue
field. W. Va.
IVIII Be Operated On.
''??oecia! to The Times-Dispatch >
Covingtou. Va.. January 22.?Oar- ,
rett Jeter, a well-known young man
of rr-i- pake, was taken to the hospital
at Hinton. W. Va.. last night to he op?
erated upon for a severe case of ap?
pendicitis. Mr. Jeter is the son of :
Countv School Supervisor Professor
J*. O. Jeter.
504 E. Broad St.
when you're down town and
"warm up" on a bowl of the
a Stramins cup of the
Two ittwaat producta of
?he Poatum Co., offered fraa
today for your apprawaL
in the Curing
The process by which JorrJan'9 Tip-Top Virginia Hams are eureer
dates back to the time of the founding of Virginia. It was originated
by the Indians and improved upon by the Colonists. It is a slow process,
depending entirely upon the natural action of sugar, salt, spices and
smoke to ripen and flavor the ham. The time and care it takes makes
it an expensive process, but by no other means can ham be rendered so
delicious?the meat firm, though tender, and peculiarly savory. These
hams are one year old, and have reached the perfection of flavor before
they are placed on the market. Virginia hams are celebrated the world
over, but there are none to compare with
Jordan's "Tip-Top" Virginia Hams
They are a lit tie higher in price
than some, but are actually the
most economical you can buy, for
every particle of the meat is eat?
able and delicious. Equally good
hot or cold.
Your dealer sells them. Ask him
to send you one, and learn how
trulv enjoyable ham can be. Bet?
ter get your order in promptly for
fear he runs short?the demand
usually exceeds the supply.
ALBERT E. JORDAN. Mgr., Richmond, Va.
P. O. Box 324.
The Following Dealers Sell and Recommend These Hams
B. P. Ash ton,
John VV. Goode,
Richmond Grocery Co.,
A. Eichel & Co.,
Geo. A. Hundley,
Stiegler & Co.,
Geo. McD. Blake Co.,
Hay & West,
J. E. Eubank,
McCarthy & Haynes,
H. C. Taylor.
Confederate Sea Dog Forsakes
Briny Deep for Post as
VISITED QUEEN VICTORIA
Was Member of Athletic Club,
and Gave Shakespeare in
Captain Robert Wright, known to
Richmonder* of two generations as
"Captain Bob." sea dog. veteran of the
Confederate State; Navy, and more re?
cently expert Bteam engineer in the
employ of the Old Dominion Steamship
Company, has been appointed distil?
lery guager by Collector M. K. I.owry
and is now watchdog for Uncle Sam.-at ,
the Old Dominion Distilling Company,
in Chesterfield County.
The appointment took place last j
Tuesday under the provisions authoriz- ;
mg the collector to make emergency !
appointments whenever the cert Med
civil service list is exhausted. Captain
"Bob." am may be inferred from his ser?
vice in the Confederate Navy, has '
been a lifelong Democrat and has no '
political affiliation, therefore, to thank;
for his appointment.
Collector Lowry said yesterday that
a number of the most prominent citi-1
zens or Richmond recommended Cap- I
tain Wright for tbe position, and that '
the appointment was made after con- j
sultation with Chief Deputy Collector i
Thoma* V. Meany. largely on the I
strength of these recommendation*. !
Mr. Meany. who has direc t supervision ?
over distillery reports for this district, ;
said yesterday that those turned in by;
Captain Wright for the flrst three days,
of his service were models of accuracy
Fought at Hampton Roads.
Captain Wright is one of the few
survivor* to-day of the battle in.
Hampton Roads between the Monitor j
and the Merrimac He was on board
the Confederate gunboat lamestown
at the time of the engagement, and was
in the thickest of the fight on the
Saturday preceding the Sunday when
the iron clads locked horns.
Captain "Bob" displayed proudly;
on the lapel of his coat yesterday, ai
cross of honor which he said had been '
pinned there last Friday night by Mrs
Andrew Jackson Montague. He was
one of the large number of war veterans
who received this distinction last week
at the hands of the two local chapters!
of tfea Daughters of the Confederacy
In recent years the captain was best
known as engineer for tbe Old Domin?
ion Steamship Company. He was been |
up and down the James more times
perhaps than any man in Richmond,
and know* tbe crook* and turns of the
river like a book. Hi* technical know- j
ledge of steam engines flts him pecu?
liarly for his new position in which this
training Is often called into demand. I
"This kind of work is new to me."
said Captain Wright, yesterday after?
noon, "but I like it flrst rate. I have
lived most of my life on the water, and
I guess it's about time to come back to
The Old Dominion Distilling Com-1
pany. to which Captain Wright has
been assigned, is the largest in the dis
iru' rieorge It Snyder is the gov?
ernment storekeeper ia charge, and
Captain Wright officiates a* guager.
Visited Queen Victoria.
Among the incident* which Captain
Wright preserves in lavender is a visit!
to Queen Victoria which the old salt!
paid when the grandmother of the
present king was in the heyday of
her glory. The particulars of tbe visit
have long since faded from the Cap- '
'atn s memory but he preserves a ? le*'
recollection of tbe big setting room
of Bu< kirigham Palace and of ih
quean's gra* loutnesw
There I? ?'i!l another reason for in
s? ribing c aptain Wrigh? ? name on j
tbe roll of those who should not hol
fsfsifa. He was a member of1
Triidermann'* Athletic Association
when that Organization. domiciled m
Norfolk, was the premier -.?'.>??
: it. of the State That was ba. k in'
?re sixties, said Captain "Bob. hu<
che record* made bv the members of
that cMn hav* never since been topped
Trtidermain '*. It appears, went In
far athletic* of the higher type. It*
greatest stngls coup, according to the
ssjpaafli was a performance of Baaks*
para, given tn tha Oer?an dialect ,
They wer? athletes than If Truder
Bint ware alive said Captain R~r
ha could prove i'
Mast rrsveas fas WVa.
; charge of failing to provide for his wife.
' He was ordered by Jut-lice Crutchfield
to contribute S5 weekly for twelve
months towards her support
The Ad Men and the Make-L'p
team of The Times-Dispatch League
started off the second half of the season
last night at the Newport Alleys in a
rnix-up. Captain Burks forfeited the
three games to the Ad Men. The Ad
Men played with Rose and Wells with
the. handicap of the blind. Captain
Goode led for high score and high aver?
age. Wells was high score for hi*
team, with Rose high average.
1 2 3 Total.
Ooode. Captain '208 141 17.? 521
Kills.142 128 143 413
Edelblut.13? I4S DO 414
Totals.48? 417 445 1348
1 2 3 Total.
Rose.142 120 14} 407
Wells.120 120 174 17?
Totals.352 3*0 141 ?73
The Monotypes defeated the En?
gravers in a hotiy contested match.
The Lngravers captured the second
game by ono measly pin. . lagarian
led for high score and high average,
with Helfert and Williams close be?
hind him. The scores :
Players. 1. 2. 3. Total
Williame-, Capt_ 156 ii3 iA 438
Davis. 4. .. 143 143 i
Hayes. 144 an 117 409 j
Pnddy. I3e 12?
Totals. 420 421 l?i
- Players. L
Helfert. Capt. 171
Totale. 465 420 4?5 1J20
The Bishop Shirt Company and the
Everett Waddey team of the Commer?
cial League played their regular sched?
uled game bast night at the Newport
Alleys. The Everett Waddey boys
in the second game played like big
leaguers, when they totaled 875 I/iw
cry led his team for high game and
high total. Mereilo led the Everett
Wad day team for high average with
Dunnlvant high score.
The scores :
Bishop Shirt Co.
I z 2 Total
Bishop, Capt. 162 148 14? 458
Thorpe. 134 144 150 42*
Louery.135 1J? 2W 464
Fisher.. ?1 M 181
Oordon. ?8 1*J 144 412
Norman. 72 72
?10 ?91 71? 2.015
Everett Waddey Co.
I I 3 Total
Bat tel. Capt. 173 16? l?? 4S8
Mereilo. 162 180 171 513
Malteser. an i7i M 434
McCiirdy. 127 170 150 450
Charles Lincoln Smith
EXPERT BEFR ACTION! ST.
Permanently located Suite 1S0-15J-I54
Murphy Hotel Annex. Corner Eighth
and Broad Streets. Richmond. Va
Saves You Money
Bbuying your Diamond?. Watch*
Jewelry, ere , from us
Too sate from tu per rent lo in err
rent oa Tear Percha??
'A e ai?.- 1'ian you more liberally on
your Diamonde, watches. Jewelry. Sil?
verware, eu s
Interest 1 per cent to t per cent per '
Collateral l.?an Office,
US East Broad Street.
We W?I Move
aboct pt-BRcart u
large- quarters and new Vocation,
805 E. Main Street
SMITH & WEBSTER,
Je a at sie. git Beet, stela Straw*.
i. 117 182 ?1 4M
720 815 74? 2.339
To-night the Cook Printing Co. and
the Remington five of the Newport
League will battle fo: honor* on the
Newport. Alleys, beginning at 8:30
i o'clock sharp.
The Journals won two out of three
; games from the Tiroes-Dispatch last
night in the Palace Uuckpin League
Coalton. of the Times-Dispatch, was
Games Friday Night.
Alcoa vs. News-Leader at 8 o'clock.
Scores Last Night.
.... 104 89
.... 101 128
.... S5 109
.... 100 Mi
Totals. 475 52? 4V>
Miller. . ..
1st. 2nd 3rd
. 84 87
77 ?8 92
K6 92 m
Totals. 434 41?
Standing of Teams.
Power of Taft to Reorganize Customs
W ashington. January 23 ?The extent
' of the power of the President in re?
organizing the customs service under
the authority granted by Congress at
the last session will be demonstrated
within a few days by Attorney-Oen
eral Wickersham. whose advice Secre?
tary MaeVeagh has sought on several
features of the proposed plan of re
organization, including the abolition of
ports, ?ub-ports and certain officers.
The Treasury Department believes
that the law grants the President power
to make these sweeping changes Cus
' toms naval officers and surveyors of
customs will be abolished if the Attor
i ney-Oeneral sustains the Treasury
In its scheme of redistrict mg. the
Treasury Depar'.mrn' has practical! f
deicded to consolidate Norfolk. Now
: port News and Portsmouth. Va . into
one port, St. Paul and Minneapolis into
one port, and Duluth and Superior into
Each of these consolidated porrs will
be in charge of a ? ollector. who will
i divide his time among the , tries under
him In addition, each city will be tn
charge of a deputy ??ollector and *h-'
import and export business of each
will not be disturbed
CHANGE IN DIRECTOR
Helen t.ould's Husband Is Made Mem?
ber of Board.
New York. January S.?Changes of
importance were effected at a meeting
to-day of the S' Louis. Iron Mountain
and Southern Hailway ? "on.pany s di?
rector* A number of temporary dtrec ,
tors wno were ele- tc.l las: spring pend?
ing the execution of the company s
$2211.00* '?vi mortgage, were dropped and*
new directors representing prominent
banking interests elected in their stead.
The board as now constituted ion- 1
si?t* of George J Gould, chairman B
F. Bush, president. Finley J. Shepard
assistant 'o the president, lames Spey?
er Edgar L. Marston. E. T. JefTery. E
C Simmons. O L. Garrison. .1 ' <i
Met. alfe Albert H. Wiggin. .lev Gould
? a Merriti and C A Pratt. Ml
Pr-.-- i- -h-> ? n!-. tiicn ber of the r.onrr!
chosen last spring to be re-e leeren1
Oeorge J. Gould was e'e. ??) , Rj
of the executive committee.
Republicans 1 leid Presldenrv of nest
f"harI*ston. W. Va . Januar-.- 3_I
The dea.llo.-k between Repu" hlicHr,
and Democrats in the State sen. -
H ev Virginia was broken to-night 1
Samuel V . Woods, a Dem-? r?'
elected president of the upper house
Tbe senate had been deadlocked ?,r. <
fanuary 2 Tbe Senate is composed of
fifteen Republican* and fifteen Di'sau ?
erat* A Per three weeks of futHa I
balloting the Republi. ana agree
support Senator Woods nn ossMkal
that tbs Republican* be give,, tha
clerk of tb* senate an1 .? ..
arms and first choice of committee
His . '-r.* ? ,?
rinnter? w<v into i?r or\
Sat NI'lCIDtr* NeTK.nrokm
Wow Terh Jaaaery z> - PmbsWr Us sets*
ef "Trassierte." the Ist?m?wm. ? or eres
for WiiNaas kSer ,?.< aal
??* he? er? mi satrke*. lea* bsjhr* hs was
fovad deed eith *1? riehn is hts Isp mr<i ?M
wawaag ftsm sa ?wen )~ sb^re ana
The sie? it. oa vtooa fee
Mss-lf ssshe sed sa SdwW htesseif l,7r
?SM a.* i.-^feHoe. sear the hrtls
ber af veers saw He saM hs ho4 ?jade an?
??M ?aar a*. ..oUss is Osrasaay. lent he
believed he could make * fortune in this
.?omitry and do something splendid for tnuslca
art before he died. H,. sot up a little violin
; shop In Long Island City, but the working
pasple who hurried past had no soul for musicj
he complained, and sfter he h?d finished a Ann
; violin It was long before he could sell It. and
; then at a ?mall price. "There are 90.000.rjr?>
people here, many musical Instrumenta .bat
few musicians and lovers of music.1' he com?
A few days aro the old man < eyesight
i failed him. He bad plenty of money, earned
in Oeranany form the sale of his violins, and
so it was not necessary for him to do any
: thing. He remained in his little room and
played upon his violins. Last night they
; heard him playing in bis room until after
midnlirht -softly to himself. To-day an
; odor of gas was detected and he was found
That little Cold to?
day may be Pneu?
A Bottle of Pre?
caution !s cheaper
than an under?
The man who locks
the stable before
the horse is stolen
applies the same
logic as the man
he dies of Pneu?
All druggists handle the
great external remedy.
Three sizes. 25c, 50e. 11.00.
Buy it to-day.
' Ask your dealer or yhone us-?,elW
aaa ien?how to get r.ts
$8.00 42-pc. DinnerSet
AMF.RIC.4sI BREAD A!*T> BIKI*G CO,
a Rast Leleh Urse?._
707 Fast Main Street.
Every I ady and every Man
needs a good, reliable Watc&V
W? hate thrni. Our Watchea
are depriid.tbl??just the same aa
our Jrwcln is?and wc will appre?
ciate a call from you.
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707 East Main.
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