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BAILEY PLANS TO
Texan Hat No Idea of Getting
Away From Public
Wushlngtoi January 13?At the
White House to-day, where ex-Senator
Joseph W. Ballsy, of TttM, called to
see President Tafi. Mr Hailny said
that he by no means proposed to drop
out Of poiltlcs or cease to tumble with
the people of his own State In matters
affecting then welfare.
"I expect to confine mv legal work In
the future to the I sited States Supreme
Court," said the Texan, "taking only as
many cases as 1 feel I I an handle with
satisfaction to myself and Justice to my
Mi Bailey said that Im is remaining
in Washington to clear up some odds
and ends for friends ami formet eas>
Stltuenls. Although out of public life,
these friends wanted him to look aftor
the errands for them, ami he proposed
to do so.
'?But I determined absolutely, when I
arranged to leave the Senate, that 1
would never do any work before the
departments in Washington or at the
Capitol for money, and what I am doing
now is merely lor those who have been
close friends of mine. 1 detest tin*
sort of work, but it Is a plesaure to do a
friendly act for those who think some?
thing of you. Nothing would induce
me to hang around Washington and
undettake to affect legislative matters
at the Capitol. This bus ne ? of lobbye
Ing gives me the shivers . am off for
te# great old State ol Texas just as
soon as I can clean up the business
intrusted to-rne by friends "
Senders at White Mouse.
Senutor Banders, of Tennessee, whose
successor was elected yesterday by the
Tennessee Legislature, was with Presi?
dent Taft to-day. Friends of the Ten?
nessee Republican leader hoped that
he would be elected t.< fl'l out the un
expired term, believing that his ser?
vices in the Seriate and to h'S party m
State adn national affairs warranted It
bud Senator Sanders sjM '" day that
he is delighted tha' ?Tel W. T. Webb
hi* personal friend, would take hi*
place. While Prof. Webb i* to serve
only until March i. ami would naturally
be expected to come here at once to
take the oath, it is understood to-day
that he will remain away from the
Kenele until after February 10. that tie
may give Senator Sanders a chance to
vote on the Kenyon Handera bill pro?
hibiting the bhipment of liquors into
Senator Sanders has pushed this bill
ever since h?- has been in the Senate
and the time for a rota has been xed
for February 10. Immediately after
that vote Prof Webb will take the
oath as successor to Senator Sanders,
according to the pre?ent program
Hilles i.um lie.in Host.
Secretary Hilles gave a luncheon this
afternoon a* the Metropolitan <:ltib. in
honor of Edmund D? Ight. of New York,
President. Taft was one of the twenty
guests Among the other* were Secre?
taries MacVeagh and Stimson. Senator
Crane and rtorcoran Thorn.
Senator Mark Smith, of Arizona
talked to the President to-day about the
customs reorganization plans so far a*
they affect S'ogalee. Ariz. The Arizona
Senator said that Nogale* was becom?
ing more important each day as a
customs port, and he thought a big mis?
take would be made if the port was
consolidated with some other.
Preeident Taft to-day received the
following cablegram from King Alfonso,
of Spain, in response to a birthday
igreeting "Please accept the expreesion
;?f my deep gratitude for your kind
greetings and good wishes whi I I
warmly reciprocate to you and to the
DISCABIIED SITTOB I'Ol'VD
GUI.TV OF KILLING G1BI.
Harrison, Ark . January 15?Odus
Davidson. twenty-nine years old.
charged with the killing Of Mis* Ella
Barham. eighteen, was found (nitty
to-night of murder in the District
Court here. Sentence was deferred
Miss Harham s dismembered body
was found November ft. Fosses were
organized, and hundreds of men. in?
cluding Davidson sear, bed for her
slayer. Suspicion flnaiiy i*ntred on
Davidson, who. the testimony indi?
cated, was s discarded sui'or of the
girl. He was arrsjsted 'hreatened
with mob violence, and finally was re
moved here for safe keeping His
Indictment, trial and conviction fol?
Lung Trouble Yielded
To This Medicine
i or.-jsapticn Is s latteries disease that
Is one of I:- chief danger*. Those who have
It srs rarely wlllleg to acknowledge the
fact. If this trouble I? present it t* no
tleie for trifling. If a so-called "fold ' hej
feng persisted: If a cough is present that
keeps you anxious, or any of the symptom*
are present, ?uchas fever or night nweats.
weakness aad loss of appetitle. and perhaps
seme raising of mucus?do the seasinle
thing?take Eck man? Alterative?as Mr.
"Bowllsg Green. Ky . R No. 4.
"Geetlessea'?I wish to say for your
Alterative that I believe it to he a medicine
of uotuualed value for all bronchial and
Lung trouble. The Spring of im I had a
ae.ere rough far ?lx m nth- I tried all
the medicine that ay doctor* rernmmended
to me hut no result* came for the better
I had night sweats, sad would cough and
?pit until I rot so weak I could hardly dn
an} thine. But. at lest, Jim.* Herring, of
<>la?gnw Junction. lasKied that I try 7nur
medicine, la eae eeek's Um there was
quite an Improvement In my condition, and
after I bad taken several bottle* I felt at
well a* ever In my life.
I desire the world to know that I firmly
belie? a thai \ our Kckman * Mrerailv* will
eyre any ea*n of lung trouble If takes be?
fore the fast stage- I will gladly wrtie
personally to aey party wanilag informa?
tion in regard '<> your woederful awdicioe.
?worn atTlda- It
A C BBTTr.HSWoRTH
Kckman* Alterative i< effective In Bros
rhltiv A*lhnsa. Mar Fever Thmet and
T.ung Troubles aed Is upbuilding the tye
tem Does net costsin poison* opiate* or
habir forming drns* Foe sate hi Owen*
A Minor Drug t'ossu) aad other leading
drusai?t? A?k f.* hook let celt* as of re
covrricw and erlle to Kckman Laboratory.
Philadelphia fa . for additional evidence.?
CHIbft ESTER S PILLS
^rVJjSn Kai ?mal es ataa a *w\TaF
I-*? *-? -- -, rsmn
TW Latest a Ice Cram mi Cases km
2m W. ovtd 5* Cat lai 7148
narr?Orr ca* *??esi,
ti.ssstA wsxrmioitn ?Tona,
pt.n ?rcyrnsiT n ?\rf nr.
?old o*b.t trr
Hundreds of enthusiastic women and misses daily throng our
Suit Department, attracted by the wonderful values we offer in
Suits, Dresses, Cloaks,
Skirts, Waists, Etc.
. Notwithstanding the great onslaught that has been made on
the stock, there is still a nice selection to choose from. Priced as
Handsome Silk Waists, in blue, black
and white; fr too quality.
Black Silk Taffeta Petticoats, extra
large and regular sizes; worth S7.50; aale
f4.oo Silk Petticoats, in all colors;
special sale price.
Women's Tailored Skirts., in fancy
weaves and Mue and black serges; $6.00
I1.50 Lingerie Waists.Mc
$2.50 Lingerie Waists.$1.25
MissiV an?! iiiri*' Reefers, in red cloth. I
ser^i- and novelty weaves; $6.<X) and
f7.oo values; sale price.
Stylish ("oat Suits, handsomely tailored in all
wool, fancy weaves; values worth 522.50; f>Q AO
sale price . ?90.40
Handsome Tailor Made Coat Suits, the seaon's
latest models, elegantly finished; $25.00 f?Q QO
Man-Tailored Coat Suits, handsomely trimmed
and finished in the fines all wool fab
rics, 5.y>.oo quality; sale price.
One-Piece Serge Dresses, elegantly
trimmed and finished, 515 00 values; sale
One-Piece Dresses, in silks, rharmeuse and
?erges, tastily trimmed and finished;
525.00 values; reduced to..
Beautiful Silk Wai?ts, in blue, white ?>? in
and black; $7.50 quality . . . ?PD.*tO
Special Bargains for the Boys
25 Russian and Sailor Blouse Suits, in gray serges
ind fancy weaves, sizes 3 to 5 years: 57-5? sfO CQ
and $6 00 quality. <7ta.U?7
One lot composed of 50 Boys' Doublc
Breasted Suits, in all wool fancy cassimeres;
'Another lot of 35 Boys' Knicker Suits, in Norfolk
and double-breasteds. blue serges and fancy
weaves; sold for $8.50; sale price.
15 Boys' School Overcoats: lot composed
of fancy woolens. 55-?o quality.
One lot $2 50 and $3 00 Boys' Shoes,
gunmetal and patent; sale price.
Boys.5i.oo and 5i..50 Fancy Woolen Knick?
erbocker Pants, sizes 7 to 17.
Broken lots of Medium Weight Reefers,
for small bo> s and girls, odds and end sizes;
54 00 values.
Bel! Blouse Waists for boys, 50c grade; special
n Norf oiks
Bo>s 54-00 Tan Rubber Coat,, spc
SI 00 Sweaters
Monday Bargains for Men
Beautiful patterns in Bates' Street
Halt Bosom Shirt?, all new
and clean stock; 5i-50 anJ f?| * r
52.00 quality wl.l?
Kine Fancy Percale Coat Shirts
made with attached cufft
food $i.oo value for.
One lot of Men's Cravenette Rain?
coats, worth 5ls-00 and sie mmm*
$18.00: special for. 3??. f 0
One lot of Men's Suits, broken lots
Md sizes: 520.00, $22.50 ?m
and 525.00 quality. Vtj.i D
TAFT REFUSES TO
Declines to Listen to Pleas of
Washington. January 2$?President
I Taft to-day refused to dismiss the
I riminal antitrust suit against the ??>
' ceiled "bathtub trust " He was re?
quested to terminate the proceedings
by Herbert Noble and Harry M.
I?augberty. of counael for the defend?
ants, on the ground that the combtna
' tton had been diseotred.
The President stood squarely behind
Attorney-Genera.' Wlckersham and Ed
' win P Orosvenor. special assistant
to the Attorney-General, in immediate
? barge of the case, who previously had
decided to consent to quashing the pro?
ceedings The Attorney-General has
been constant in holding to his deter?
mination to retry the rase at Detroit
February 3 He will accept no pleas
on behalf of the defendants, it is said,
except pleas of guilty
Th? attorneys appealed from the
Attorney funeral's opinion ". o l'r--s
?dent, who discussed the entire situa?
tion to-day with Messrs Wickersbarc.
Orosvenor. Noble and L?augherty. The
combination complained of in the in
g#l Tments. it was pointed out. had
been terminated in January. l?ll.
Shortly after the indictments were
returned The civil suite against the
alleged trust re-ently was decided hy
' <? s. :preme Court in favoref thegOT
Special to The Time* Dispat. h >
New York January t*?Carpenters
work fitting ap a house at S
Htuyresent Street as If to prepare the
! piece for a siege attracted the notice
of the police of the fifth Street nim- 1
tlon a f?w weeks ago <'ap'ain Poh- g
who j-ofnrnands in tha? precinct bor-'
rawed two giesnan r rid a v ?nrt
fire wise demanded entrance at
Htuereeant house on pretest of
? an Imp action Whet the
howoegr. was sufsV-tertt to
Mge0atra?e Barlow to ri" ? warreai
learlr -ing r hargtng Alfred
I?e*y of IS Seventh "treet. with aseln-.
taming a public nuisance and armed
with thts warrant the police reoTSd in
Itfee attack this afternoon They took
with Ihee? a heavy artillery ef /row.
bare, aeee end sledges and they were
I* Wae just one hour after the
? Kecaee.'vaa re a large room, in wh.'cn
ststy seen set or etaed lufclssj aeeetistj
at a handsomely framed charter gran'e
ed in 1912 to the Amity Club. There was
no gambling apparatus in sight, and
the men seemed quite undisturbed.
The police found sets of dice and
poker chips, the cover and frame for
a crap table, racing charts and several
telephones in another room Having
found these things, the police picked
out- Mr Levy and took him and the
things they found.
Keport Adopted by House.
Washington. January 15 ?The con?
ference report on the Burnett-Uiiling
ham immigratiop bill was adooted
by the House to-day. 19? to 71. As
approved, it prescribes a reading test
for immigrants. The clause providing
that immigrants from countries which
issue "character certificates" roust pre?
sent such certificates before being
admitted, was stricken from the bill
The report now goes to the Senate.
Catarrh. Coughs, Colds and
Sore Throat Quickly Yield
to Soothing, Healing, Anti?
Clears Stuffed Up Head
Hundreds of thousands of sensible peo?
ple all <>\er lite civilized world have sue
cessfnilv breathed Booths MYOM HI for
. catarrh and iw?se and throat misery.
Besides breathing HYOMEI through
the inhaler during the day. thousands
? have used the vapor treatment at night
with a tee spoonful of HYOMEI in a howl
i of boiling water.
A series of tests inst completed prove
that the following vapor treatment is just
i as effective and more economical, and we
publish it because thousands will be glad
to know it. Here it rar
Heat a teacup and then fill it half full
of boding hot water*, pour into the water
one-half tea spoon! ul of HYOMEI. hold
the cup dose to fere and breathe the heal
ing. gernt e> si roving vapor thecMigh both
?ear and throat rVrp into the Inrtgs.
A bottle of HYOMEI is 50 cents at
<l :,ggi?'? th<- ?orld over rhr ? nntpV*
outfit, which includes inhaler, costs f I 00
Jost breathe it-a? etnmarh dowse
For ratarrSs coegjbe, eeids and sore
throat and asi nose and throat nuatff.
HYOMEI >? r?ranr*ed by TrefW
Contest Arranged Between
V. P. I. and Roanoke College
for April 4.
'Special tu The Times-Dispatch.)
Salem. Va.. . January JA.? For trio
first timo In ths history of the tw<>,
Institutions, arrangements hare been
made for a debate between the Cloero
rian Literary So< isty of Koanoke
College, and a team selected from
members of the Maury and the Lee
Literary ' Societies of the Virginia
Polytechnic Institute, of Hlacksburg
A question that is now callengiug the
attention of the ublest political SaixssVi
?>f the nation has been chosen. It is, ,
Resolved. That tne I'nited States
should so regulate the tolls ' on I
shipping passing through the Panama
Canal as to allow a preference to
In view of the approaching debate. ,
a primary debate was held in the
Cicero.nan Hall of Mm Roanoke College
last Saturday night to select tbn
three best debaters out of a number
or eight of the ablest debaters of the
socu-ty. The Cleeronians. who will
maintain the affirmative are C. T.
lierndon. Salem: J. L. Yost. Salis?
bury. N. c . and 8. W. Hirtle. Dart
1 mouth. Nova Scotia. The men who
will represent the. literary societies
of V. p. I. will be announced later.
The debate will take place at Roarriie,
College on Aprli 4.
The local chapter of the Inter?
collegiate Prohibition Association, a
student organization for promoting
in a broad way the study of the liquor
question, completed Its organization
early in January with D. L. Shentz.
of Roanoke. as president. and has
held two of its regular meetings. The
first paper, "Is Prohibition Successful?"
was presented by Mr. Shentz. H.
E. Davis presented the second paper
on "The Business Argument." The
subject for the next meeting is "Local
Option." led by B. W. Hirtle.
During the past two weeks President
J. A. Morehead has been giving at
chapel a series of short talks on the;
claims of the various professions to'
the college man.
WEST SIDE TEBBOBIZED
BY DESPEBATE GANG
'Special to The Times-Dispatch.)
i New York. January 25.?A gang of
desperate men terrorized the West Side
to-night under the noses of police?
men by holding up two saloons in wild
west style at the point of ugly looking
guns and getting away with several
hundreds of dollars.
About 7:14 o'clock three men entered
Henry Holsten s cafe on the southeast
corner of Twenty-fifth Street and'
Thitreenth Avenue. One advanced to .
the bar and said . "Arise, gentlemen, and
stand with your faces to the wall."
The customers did as they were bid.
being confront**! with a revolver. The
second man searched the pockets of
the cuatomei sand the third man emptied .
the till Then the trio, covering all the j
men with their revolvers, backed out to
the sidewalk and disappeared. ?
"Human Bomb" Convicted.
Los Angeles, Cel.. January 2$.?Carl
Reidelbach, the human bomb," who
terrorized the central police station ?
several months ago when be en'ered
it carrying an infernal machine and an?
nounced thai he intended to blow
everything into "Kingdom-come." was
convicted to-day on the charge of hav?
ing deposited dynamite in an inhabited
6ETS SIX YEARS
Fresno. Ca! . January 25?William
J. Reid. of Chicago, alias ?>. P. CroR.
who confessed last night that he has
attempted to pass a forged check for
SM.830 on the First National Bank oa?
Sanger. fa! . pleaded guilty to a forgery
charge to-day t*nd was sentenced to six
years tn Folsom prison. When arrested
Heid was wearing a wig. false whiskers
and two suits of clot hes.
Not Sure of Identity.
William J. Reid is president of the ,
National Automobile Protective As- ;
sociation. Employes of the office said
to-day that they were not positive it
was their employer who was sent to
prison. W. J Reid left here for Cali- I
fornia December 14.
According to the record of a dectetive
agency, the W. J Reid sentenced in
Fresno is a former convict who was
pardonedjjy Oovernor Foss. of ?.Iassa
chusetts. tn November. Ml. He es?
caped from tjie Massachusetts State
prison at Springfield January 1". 1904.
Whiie ill with rheumatism he made keys
and: managed to saw his way through
chains, unlocked nine doors, scale an
eighteen-foot wall and hobble to liberty ?
on a crutch.
Findings In Steamboat Inquiry Not
Tet Made Pub?r.
Special to The Times-Dispatch I
Norfolk. Va.. January 2S.- Steam?
boat Inspectors Cspley and Bray to
dav concluded their investigation into
the collision of the steamship Indra
kusla and Luchsnbacb. which resulted
In the loss of the latter, with the lives
of fifteen persons It has not been an?
nounced when the Undings will be
made public. The investigation was
BIG ID Ql ABANTINE
Montgomery. Ala . January 8.?
Montgomery health authorities are
organizing a rigid quarantine against
cerebro spinal meningitis, three < ases
having been found here. Only one
dee'h has resulted from the disease
The police station was pieced under
quarantine to-day when a negro, arrest?
ed Friday night for drunkenness, was
found with a severe case
latte this afternoon the sn'ir? p<-,'i'a
and detective departments y""re moved
to the county Jell, while ar guard was
placed at the city prison to maintain
a quarantine over the doren pr ?oners
sr.d pattents held 'here
N'EEDT FA MILT WIN S
PABDON FBOM TAFT
Washington January 2S - -A large
fsmlly including several children in
need of support moved President Tsft
to-day to rota nr. ute to aspire at once,
the sentence of Meriano i Hens
victed at Santa Fe N M Mey S ist ?
of forging and uttering false certifi?
cates In connection with ossajss en um er- ?
stor vouchers Sena's original sentence
of four years end four slays was pre?
viously commuted by the Praaid?- ?
one year end one slay. It la near twr
mlnated entirely Sena sj seid Bot to
have progted >y hie act
MANT BULB pbopoaf.n
IN INTEBEMTnOP I.ABOM
New York. January M ? Af'er e?Br
teen month* inquiry Into lehnr eoidi
tiona In fm- -or e. ,r thie_wtate. tairty
two bills m the tnfeeweS *>f even anet
women Wv>r?eea Will be raooOASeersrrec
for passage by tbs Leg totalere by let
Richmond'sfte?4r Underselling Store
311 E. BROAD-ST.
"WeLargest Cloak ^SmHoifsEw VikciNtA
Lately Reduced to $12.98 from $.'0
These Suits have already shown
tlirir excellent values by those who
bought them in our previous sales.
Not one suit worth less than $20. and
a great many worth more than $.25?
from medium weight materials, which
will do for late spring wear.
Men's Wear Serge--Boucle
A sale you cannot afford to mis*.
Note that this is a second reduction
from a price already reduced.
Tailored Suits Lately
Reduce, to $7.98
From S10 and $15,
This is one of those Freed sur?
prises which keeps the name of the
house in the forefront of fashionable
gossip. The idea of securing a
really worthy, >wagger Suit for
$4.98. When vou see the Suits
which have been put in thi< reduc?
tion vou will be fairlv startled.
Lately Reduced to $15 from $25
These Coats are already going out
with a whirlwind rush, but we desire
to accelerate the enthusiastic buying.
They are the best $25 and $28 value
of the season?from medium weights,
which will do late in the spring, to the
A second reduction?from a price
already reduced to a very low point?is
the attraction offered to-morrow in oar
matchless assortments of Winter Long
Winter Coats Lately
Reduced to $7.50
Fran $16 art $15,
Long, stylish and comfortable
coats which anv woman will be glad
to possess. They have all the ap?
pearance of what they in reality*
are?choicest $10 and $15 values.
Exhaustive assortment of tweeds,
cheviots and mixtures, appropriate?
ALTERATIONS FREE OF CHARGE, INCLUDING BUST FORMS AND FINDINGS
State factory Investigating Commis?
The commissioner's report, made
publi?; to-day, will recommend that
the working hours of women in can?
neries he limited to sixty hours a week,
from .June 1* to October IV with increase
to sixty-six boms between tune 25
and August 5. the busy season, at the
discretion of an industrial board. An?
other recommendation will be for [ ro
hibiting night work for women.
The commission proposes further to
prohibit manufacture of food, dolls
or doll's clothing and children's wear?
ing apparel in a tenement house for a
Enjoy Your Meals
One of the Most Important Questions
to Consider in the Search for
Happiness and Health.
If your stomach cannot digest >our
food, what will.-* Where's the relief.' The
answer is in Stuart's IXspcpsia Tablet?,
because, as all stomach troubles arise
from indigestion, and liecausc one ingre?
dient of Stuart's IX-ipepsia Tablets is
able to thoroughly and completely digest
3,000 grains of food, doesn't it stand to
reason that these tablets are going to
digest all the food and whatever food you
put into your stomach.''
You Can Eat With the \ppetite of a
Lusty Youngster if You Help
Science nowaday* ran digest food with
out having it enter the stomach at all.
And Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are the
result of this scientific discovery. Thev
dtge-t. and digest thoroughly and well,
anything and everything vou eat.
The burning question to vou i?. ' Are
vou getting out of life all the pleasure
ami the health you are entitled to>" If
not. whv not'
\o nutter whether everv organ and
member of your body is m a ?ound ?-t?te
of health and strength, if your stomach
r? in any wav disordered, vou are not
going to he ''yourself ' You are going
to be a worried, out-of sort ?.. nervous or
sullen individual, whose actions will re?
flect your condition inside, and proper mill
naturally avoid > >n
So, if vour ?.f'?maf1? refuses to work, or
can't work, and you suffer Irom eructa?
tion*, hioar, brash, fernwntafkm. bilious
new-, -our Mora* h. heartburn, irritation,
irwiigr-i, t. d\ prp*t4 of whatever form,
just take ore- ?e two of >tuart's Dvwprwa
Tablet* and are the difference. It doesn't
cost yap mm h to prove it. Then yon ran
eat an tee aant. what vou want, whg-n
ever vou want, if you use these tablet*,
and you ran look '.er wboic world ia the
(are with a Iweming eve and vosj will have
a rheerful spirit, a pit as n at lace, a vigorous
?ode end a elenr sfcend and memory. ?n.l
erervthing will look and ta?tc deririovr?
tatyoe. That . Mr.
' tr% a ?o-rent hsnt of Stanrt ? By pr p?sa
Tablets at any drag aaere.-? Advertise
PAVLOVA'S GREAT TOE
WORTH $6,000 WEEKLY
Estimate Crops Out in Suit of
Partners in Theatrical
N'ew York January 25.?What * the
i price of a toe'' Apparently It depend*
largely upon the owner thereof. Ton?
Sawyer *, being sore, guaranteed the
neighborly whitewashing of a fence;
Anna Pavlova's, being the pivot of her
. fortune*, i* said to be worth K.oni a week.
It all depends apparently, upon the
point of view, and the Russian dancer,
j it would seern, has the ultimate ad?
Like many another thing worth while
the value of the Pavlova toe never]
would have become public property
had not Ben If. Atwell. theatrical pro
ducer. and his partner. Max Rabinoff. !
clashed in the Supreme Court yester- 1
day. The Pavlova toe estimate ap?
peared in the schedules of the plaintiff.
Atwell has brought suit against
Rabinoff. asking that the latter be
enjoined from using the American
rights of the fane. "I,es Saptim- 1
banques": also that he be prevented
from In any way using the partner- '
ship for profit from the work of Cantor
I Slrota. the Russian singer, and the
' dancing of Anna Pavlova.
Atwell asked that a receiver be ap?
pointed to take charge of the affairs!
I of the partnership until the litiga?
tion be determined Just low Amend, j
?sfter reading evidence submitted in I
affidavits, refused to appoint the re-I
reiver. The justice, however hand
: ed down a de< ision saving that he
would permit an order to be submit?
ted continuing 'he partnership while
the partner* were in tourx
i The Justice al?o decided that Rab- j
Inoff could ?ubml- a proper bond for:
the amount agreed upon between the i
nfrtner* a* sure'y that no damage
would come to Atwell in the. mean?
time Providing -his bond, the jus?
tice said It co rd be arranged to va- 1
rate the temporary stay which now
keep* Rabinoff from in anv manner
using the contracts of the Urns which
give the partners the management
of the actors snd production men?
An affidavit submitted by Atwell
ret?-?d In part a conversation be?
tween the partners In London, the
g??t ' which ws* that Rabinoff was
endeavoring to purchase the Oscsr
Hammersteln Opera House 'n London,
also thet Rabinoff was negotiating to
martsge Sir Herbert Beerbohm Tree
te e tour of the t'nlted States snd
t'ansda in the seasons of ttu m k|
weii stao <omr>!ained ?hat pat.er?
bearing on the suit were taken from
his trunk while he was stopping at
the home of RabinorT In l>ond'<n
MR*- THAW ?PI Iks WOU *0\.
Pretests Ber Aeswelattee's Pise I
Bestritt Muhet? ?.??;. Art.
Pittsburgh. Januar- ? -Mr* Mar
I Thsw encloses ? StbeT t$
re Betas, ev-floveroor of low?.
> he say*
?ei the 'ear thet it wee not ta
la a feu and Impartial bear
ing. If any duty rcat upon tbe Bar As?
sociation of New York it ia to see that
the legal and natural rights of every
human being, including Thaw, are pre.
served, instead of being hindered or de?
Taft Approves Design.
special to The Tiioee-Dispatch.)
i Washington. January 2S? President;.
: Taft approved to-day the design for
the joint memorial authorized by*'
Congress to Major Archibald W. Butt.
: former personal aicV to tho President?,
and to Krank W. Millet, a member of
ithe Fine Arts Commission, both of
! whom lost their lives on the White-"
I star liner Titantic last spring. The
; memorial is being provided for by
] private subscription. The President
.located the site south of the White..
I Monse. The design !s by Daniel C.
trench and Thomas Hastiags. of New;
Taft's Salary S5.0O0.
New Uaven. January 29.?The salary'
at Yale for President Taft as Kenw
professor of la-.v will be li.000. the
maximum salary now paid to the upper '
grade of full professors.
"My, How I Did Suffer, but Now I'm
Happy All Day lx>ng and
That's what a woman said tust a few
months ago. She said more, and here Hit?
"I eish it lay within my power to per?
suade everv woman sulfcrer from dyspep- I
sia or indigestion ;or whatever they may]
think their stomach trouble i<0 to five
MID NA Stomach Tablets r week s j
fair trial. I am sore that every one OD
them would thank me from thr bottom* 1
of her heart. '
"I am ?eil and hanpv for the first meawgj
in years, and I do not hesitate to grfwB
M ; '' \ \ >;orr.jch Tabkftsr**
ow this advice.
nodi labiet? a erek's trial: sf tkgy
tot benefit, the coat e-ill be returned ?
en i v.
My wile had been troubled with aeeS.
ion for ne.rlv 10 years. After cation;!
wovM arwavs suffer terrible distress, !
eras sick and weak and not abet KM
her work piuparly. She took two]
a of MI-O-NA tablet, and is Og?af
ot*t anv dt:
l> No. 75, TitusvilJe. Pa.
O-NA tablets and is now*
and aber to do her work 9
75, Titusvilie. Pa.
agle Drug Co. guarantee MI-OtfA
? Advert iscr-ent.
We Will Move
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