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th* Reach home bv telephone between
f Is and 10 o olook. He said he found
Mi? Heach suffering from a three-Inch
wound In her throat, a superficial
en>un<l In the left brennt and an abras?
ion on the left ear.
"Was the attitude of Mr nnd Mrs.
Beach toward each other one of affec?
"Yep. Mr Roach held her hand all
the time I was dressing her wounds"
Dr Hall said that he saw Mrs. Heach
before she was carried up stair*, and
that she told him that she had been
attacked by a negro.
< in cross-examination, the prosecu?
te made inquiry as to the room in
\. (he Beaches were siting, accord?
ing to Mrs Krach s story to the doc
i. [. when she went to let the dogs out
Hi Hall said they were sitting in the
Ining room on the first floor, the en
'Berry's lor Clothes"
If you wan' a running mate
for your coat here are trou
trance to which was but a few feet sers"at greatly reduced prices.
ftf.w the front door
"Assuming then that Mr Heach ?h?
sitting in the farthermost corner of
ti.e loom." he was asked, "don't you
think he could have heard a scuffle 01
scream in the front yard not more
than twenty-five feet aw.iv."
Witness replied that "it would seem
The defense's last witness of the
day, Or. R F. Wyman. a physician of
tiftv-foiir > ears' experience, expressed
il ? opiataa that a blow at the throat
inth the Beach pen knife could not
have broken the blade, whether de
Uvsred from the front or back. He ad
Dxlttod under cross-examination that
If the blade were struc k on the side it
?aigtll snap off- The trial dragged
I so slowly Iff day that there were
fewer predictions than usual to-night
i f a speeds teiruination. Some of the
attorneys thought the case might be
disposed of to-morrow, but others ex?
pressed the opinion that it would not
<-. !, the jury before the end of the
More light on the methods employ- ?
i il to investigate the assault upon Mrs.
Frederick 0 Baach was thrown dur?
ing the examination of prosecution's
witnesses at the morning session of
the Heach trial to-day.
?Im ? or a \\ lines*.
$3.80 Trousers, now $2.80.
$8 OO Trousers, now $3.80.
$7.00 Trousers, now $4.73.
$8.80 Trousers, now $3.78.
$10.00 Trousers, now $6.78.
Suits, Overcoats, Shirts, Hats
Scarves and Shoes?all In the
\ i i \ck is t it mi v
Minister and ??ecrclarv v.?*ftllrd hj t u
Havana. February The newspa?
per Cuba gives the utmost prominence
to a virulent attack on the American
minister. Arthur M Beaupre. and the
secretary of the legation. Hugh S Gib?
son, alleging that the presentation to
Herbert I." G.vles. of Aiken. the Cuban government recently of fre
scrupled the witness chair during the
greater part of the session. He told
of numerous conferences with the
Beaches, one with Mrs. Beach within
fi a days alter the assault. Ha said
Mis Seach was still in bed suffering
fre ii the effe, ts of the wound in her
throat, but that she answered ques
tioi.s freely and made some sugges?
The witness admitted that Beach gave
him every asistance and proposeu the
? ;:.ploy mem of a negro detective to
asssit the WhltS detective engaged on
the case, sending him a check for the
P-.ip.se. The Mayor said the money
ne\ ? r was used.
On the sight Of the assault Beach
to].] I.ural Policeman Holly, according
to the testimony of the latter to-day.
that Mrs. Beach had lost a pair of
treasured earrings, valued at $4 994 or
15, '? 1 subsequently, the earrings were
found in the side yard of the Beach
home and turned over to the Mayor,
who examined them and declared that
in his opinion they were paste.
Beach's diamond studded pen knife
was an object of much interest and |
< lose scrutiny b] the jury when it was
Safe red la evidence.
LIEN ON HIS PROPERTY
juent notes of remonstrance against
various questionable measures while
purporting to be directed from Wash?
ington were actually on the authority
of Mr. Beaupre himself for the purpose
at personal aggrandizement.
The newspaper alleges that Mr
Bean pre recently greatly Increases' his
personal account in two Havana banks,
and also remitted large sums to the
North "as a result of these nefarious
hCtlonS,M In which Secretary Gibson is
alleged to have participated.
The editor and business manager of
Cuba were expelled from the island
last year and transported to Spam as
pernicious foreigners in consequence of
the publication of allegations of cor?
ruption against the administration.
Presldeat Gomer; subsequently permit?
ted them to return under promise to
abstain from similar libels.
The provocation for Cuba's attack on
the minister and secretary apparently
Is the continued imprisonment of Knri
que Maza. who was sentenced to a
term of two and a half years for at
tacking; .Mr. Gibson last July. The ;
newspaper extolls him as an illustii- :
riainlill* Are Vuinx St Louis
Brewer for Hlg sum.
New York. February ." - A lien His
sendens) was Oled here to-day against
the real property of AdolphtM Mum h,
the st Lssuis Brevxer. to protect the In?
terests of six plaintiffs in suits now
pending in Monroe County. N. Y. to
.over almost three-quarters of a
million dollars. The, su i ts a re based on
the common ground Hint the defend?
ant made fraudulent representations.
Which induced the plaintiffs to buy
stock in the ["nited States Independent.
Telephone Company about seven .'ear's
WHITMAN ON TRAIL
llil! Favorably Iteported.
Washington. February i - The House
Judlleary Committee to-dav ordered
lavorabl) reported the bill introduced
b) Representative Webb, of North
Carolina, which would prohibit the in?
terstate shipment of intoxicating
liquors into "dry States." The meas
Sn would give States the right to ex?
clude from their tontines liquor intend
ed for sale in communities whefe local
lav s forbid such sale
This Time He Kxpcct* to Lend "Men
Higher I p."
New York. February !"..?As a result
of further disclosures in the police
graft situation, made to the district
attorney to-day by Kugene Fox. the
policeBUU1 who has confessed to levy?
ing tribute as collector for superior
officers, it was decided, with the con?
sent of Supreme Court Justice Goff. to
hasten the investigation of the extra?
ordinary grand Jury by having that I
body convene to-morrow instead of
Diet riet-Attorney Whitman conferred
with Justice Goff after Fox and a
relative had been questioned all after?
noon, and it was agreed to subpoena
S police inspector, mentioned bv Fox.
to appear as a witness before the grand
jury to-morrow, a direct trail to the
much-talked of "men higher up" in
the police department is thought now
to have been struck by the prosecu?
ATTEMPT TO ASSASSINATE
PRESIDENT OF SALVADORE
.-ai Salvadore, February ." -An at
letapt was made last night to assas
rin.it. the President of Salvadore. I>r.
Maacel E Araujo The President was
wounded several tjp.es. but none of
the wounda-is-ecmsidered serious.
Several persons-were involved in the
"en pt. and the leader of the con
a v was arrested. He is a Guatc
tnalan. who gave the name
gilie .Mulatille He arrived
country oiilj a few days ago
Moaatitle made a confession. in
vvhuh he declared that the plot to as?
sassinate President Araujo had been
concocted at Guatemala City, and that
he came here ;. few days ago to carry
out tins mission.
HIGH FRENCH OFFICIAL
IS VICTIM OF MURDERER
, Peer vary I Eehsard Peltier,
gl ? Octal of the French I'epart
? ? ' Isasth e. was murdered in his
ressdence l.cn- l?>-*a*y, A woman nurse
who was aitrndlne him was also killed.
5fl e double murder is believed to
have been committee |>v an ur.capture.I
accomplice of th* gang el ,ut..mobile
bandits whose trial Is m progress lint-.
It ;s l>?dirved that tnr <nme was m
t--.d. o as an hCt of TS PS, See IS and
warning. Peltier was formerly chief
of the bureau of pardons at the Min
istrv^of Justice, and had keen in ill
health for some time He was S man
of considerable wealth lie was feSMhl
stratigled in a chair in his librarv. The
nurse's bodv lav ?n a room She had
been slashed t.. deafi: An investiga?
tion of the woman's past Iihs given
rise to tl,e theory that she ami the
murderer were asst.t iateti with the
demon chauffeur." Bonnot. and his
gang About ll.noo n, ,;,sh ?>> stolen
' Twent\ smokes'
of choicest and puresi
tobaccos The Turkish
blend of most attractive
fVijjh?/ \ **? t
Opponents of Panama-Pacific
Kxpusition Bill Forestall
Action in House.
MEASURE LIKELY TO FAIL
If It Does, Oc >\eminent Will
Have X<i Exhibit at San
Washington, February 5.?Opponents
of the lull to appropriate $2,000,000
for government participation in the
Panama-Pacific International Exposi?
tion practically forestalled action at
this session by a filibuster in the House
The Hons,- adjourned without act?
ing on the measure, many members
voting for adjournment, believing Un?
vote would be taken next Wednesday.
That day lias been set aside, however,
for the count of presidential electoral
rotSg, and business in the House is so
congested that it will be hardly pos?
sible to get the exposition bill up any
Representatives Mann, I,enroot.
Gardner, CelUer and sissou led Una
fight against the bill, arguing that no
appropriation be made, bee iusc
Framisco won approval by Congress
of its exposition by promising that the
government woub' not have to spend
? cent. Representative Lenroot de- j
clared that the prevision fug seven ?
commission! rs at $7.60?' each a year |
for nearly four years "comes nearer
to a pl< CO Of graft than anything I '
hare se.-i, in the House for a long
Representative Heftta, of Alabama,
chairman of the Exposition Commit?
tee, and other advocates of the bill, in- J
sisted that since the United States hail '
officially invited the nations of the j
world to participate in the exposition,
it would humiliate itself bj failing to
send an exhibit of its own.
4 outrol in Dispute.
Washington, February ?.?Conflicting
claims of the Federal and Slate gov?
ernments to control over water powers
marked the opening of the debate in
the Senate to-day over the Connecti?
cut River dam bill, through which it
is proposed to establish the principle
of Federal control of water power.
An agreement was made for a vote
on the bill on the legislative dajj of
February 11. but it is expected it will
be several days later than that
when the vote is taken Senator Pur
toll, of Ohio. Kader of the faction in
the Senate which favors control by
the government over the rates and
cliargs of water powers, defended the
measure to-day and will resume his
speech to-morrow morning.
"The time will come when there will
have to be national supervision over
'hese water power rates, just as there
is over railroad rates." Senator Bur
tan said. "Tt will be necessary to re- ,
Kard water as well as land as an asset
Of the nation, which must be so con
trolled as to promote the general wel
Kara and as far as possible offer equal
Objections to the alleged invasion
of State rights were made by several
Senators in the debate. Senator
Works, of California, insisted that
States alone should have the right to
supervise and lix water power rates.
To Stop llomb Outrages.
Washington. February ."..--With the
purpose of de< reusing the bomb out?
rages which have become a frequent
means of destroying life and property.
Kepresentative Slay den. of Texas, to?
day introduced a bill that would pro?
vide a system for keeping an accurate
ret ord of everv pom d <>:" i.igh explo?
sive from the time of its manufacture
until its consumption. The Mil would
levy' a tax of 1 cent a liound on the
manufacturer. $D a year on whole?
salers and $12 or. retailers in these
explosives. This tax. Mr. Slayden said,
would be about Just large enough to
pay for the cost of keeping the records.
Kvsmlne Rockefeller FllsaaJ.
Brunswick. "la.. February :..?Ar?
rangements have been completed for
the examination of William Kockefcl
ler Friday afternoon by members of
the House IllWaOJ trust committee at
the Rockefeller apartment on Jekyl
Island. Because of Mr. Rockefeller's
aversion to the publicity, It is said, all
newspaper Ml will be barred from
the island, which is private property.
II is understood arrangements have
been made for the government inves- ,
llgaten to be cared for in the Rocke?
feller apartments during their stay on
Would Prohibit Smoking.
Washington. February V?If Senator
Tillman. of South Carolina, can have
Ins way. there will be no smoking in
the executive sessions of the Senate.
He is very sensitive to the odor of to?
bacco, and made an effort during the;
executive session Tesssdsy to have 1
smoking prohibited, but as the <mes- t
tlon ie not covered by the rules, he
He then cave Matted that he would
so..;, introduce a resjatatsan prohibiting
smoking in the Senate chamber at all j
Confirming the report as to his in- j
tetition. Mr Tillman said to-day:
"There is no more reason why Sena
: ?rs should be allowed to smoke In i
executive than in open sessions Many 1
men object to tobacco smoke, and Just
because they arc members of the Sen?
ate thev should not l?e compelled to ?
sit where they must submit t?? it."
VISIT KALIPOLIS GROTTO
-aims UfOS SO Mill Scud Iteleaatiieo of
Klfl* to U ?aslsilna.
, ?;,,.!!,.. No J?. Mystic Order
\eiled Prophets of the Enchanted
voted leal 'light to send a
ition of fifn to ?tte-d the cere
n oi Lai exert ises of Kalinolis tlrotto.
gl |> c. on the evening of
l rrdav. February 21. on the set awl un '
. ( c. initiation of If*t new members
T'x members of the local grotto will
la their Washington brethren a
ilaabte token as a soavenir of tbetr
r.etwem 17* snd members and
l .est. of Samts Orot to gathered last
> ?' at its temple Heb liiere and
'lain Streets for the festivities which
,-ke.l c e organisation's annual ?rle
tr.'V'?n?""bv" V ejuartei ^ ompV.sed"of
Messrs Brooks. Wllbok. Kacho and
I . evde-l short!' after
.'nig' ? s tl the i inclusion of sev
M ?? M? i tie Bedford
Tie grotto will hol.l ?n open meeting
on the .on, - ..f Wsdnssasy. t'eb
t? JWTI le llS'
February $ - -Caesaete far
? S? Till of \ U
the Jery to morrow.
The best music
for the entire family
Any one can play the
Victor, and every one will
enjoy its beautiful music.
And while this wonderful in?
strument is entertaining you, it
also helps to develop the musi?
cal tastes of your children.
Surely such an instrument
will be welcome in your home!
Come and see us about it
Victor* $10 to $100. Yictor
Victrola> $15 to $200. Easy terms
to suit your con\ enience.
Successors cable hlano coT9
213 East Broad
? I it * n i hhss ? iiamfion
Ml TOII ok TOIHMMKM
New York. February j.?Jose It.
Capablama. the Cuban chess clia'iu
plori. won Ihe Ann rlcan national < lies?
masters' Um I SI Will, which was i-uji
eluded to Am.ys with a final soon t,f
eleven points won and two lost, com?
prising ten victories, two games drawn
and one defeat. Frank J. Marshall,
who opposed Capablanca in the final
round to-day. played a careful game,
not wishing to jeopardize his chance
of second prise, the result being a
drawn name after eighteen moves.
.Marshall's score was Ull-2 points won
and 2 1-2 lost, consisting of eight wins
and live drawn contests.
Charles Jaffe finished third, with
1*1-2 points won and 3 1-2 lost. He
lost a chance of tying Marshall for 1
second place by losing his game to- j
day with Zapoieon, the first win for
the latt' r in the tournament.
1'. Janowski, the French champion.
Balshed fourth, with a score of S to 4. i
He played off an adjourned game with
Morrison to-night la the hope of tying 1
Jnffe for third prise, but the contest
resulted in a draw.
J. H. Stapfer, of Hoboken, and Oecai
Cbajea, of Chicago, divided fifth prise,
with scores of 8 to f>.
In other games to-day Rubinstein
defeated Whltaker.t Stapfer won from
Ltebeaetetn, Janowski scored over ,
Tenenwurael and the contests between '
Kupchik and Chajes and Kline and
Morrison resulted in draws. Stapfer
took an adjourned game from Mor?
COUNTRY LIFE PROBLEMS
They * re llelng IHscussed at National
< urn >how.
Columbia. S. ?'.. February *,? Sani?
tation and health, as affecting rural
life, was discussed in the rural Ufa
conference at the National Corn Show
to-day. the conferences to continue to?
morrow and Friday. Fach day will be
devoted to consideration of a special
aeries of problems in country life a
round-table discussion this morning
preceded the more fomal program of
the afternoon. The attendance at the
show has kept up to the best expecta?
tions of the management.
The program as announced includes
the discussion cf the rural school am!
rural community on Thursday, and the
country church and its relation to the
citizens of a rural community on Fri?
day. Dr. Warreu II. Wilson, super?
intendent of the church and country
life department of New Vork City, will
preside at Friday's session.
ose an srmAi'i nits k\km.
He'll lie a Neighbor of .lohn II. Hocke
feller in His Summer Home.
Tarrytown. N. V.. February Z.?Oscar
S. Straus has bought the Horton Farm
on Bedford Boad. between here and
1'leasantville. and is to become a sum?
mer neighbor of John D. Rockefeller.
The farm consists of about eighty '
acres, and the purchase price is siad
to have been |:.."..O00.
Mr. Straus denied to-night that he
meant to build a fine home an the farm.
He has spent several summers here,
und became fond of the Hudson River
"I am polng to build a very simple
home," said Mr. Straus "Nothing that
you could call fine. 1 simply want a
summer home in this neighborhood."
The Horton Farm Is one of the oldest
and choicest pieces of land in this sec?
(.BEAT EN Tilt -ItSM SHOWN
AT B*PTI?T CO.NVEXTIOJI
Chattanooga. Tenn.. February Ir? I
Joshua levering, of Baltimore: Lieu?
tenant-Oovernor C. A. Smith, of South
Carolina. and Kx-< lovernor A. H
Long] no. of Mississippi. were the
prominent Bap'ists to preside at ?he I
different sessions of the convention '
at Baptist laymen in Chattanooga to- I
? lay Ti e mSetlaSS were the best at?
tended and most enthusiastically coa
ducted since the convention opened It
was generali-, agreed that at these
meetings the impetus of the missionarv
movement among Baptists in the
Southeast has attained a greater ?
height thata ever before in any Rei.tlet
srgaatuattea in this part of the coua
The three sessions of the convea- I
tion lo-morro? will complete it. ex'-opa
for some informal receptions for Ike
visiting delegates b> Chattanooga r>e-*?
pie. and eighteen!ns tours to histories*,
points about the city in automohllea
and street cars The final session of
Die convention to-morrow will be opea
to the public
* feature of to-morrow night ? see
e<o-i will l>*- the closms aClr.sra bar Jar
Caag re v Tru> tt of i\ii;..e. Te? i
Amoi c Ibe Mi lkers at the convss
tion to On were Lieutenant-trover -
nor J. Taylor Ellison, of Virginia. U"r.
B l> <:r.,\ ..f \e? York. Or h F
K hester. William I?
t'pshaa. of O.orgi.i. Re\ J. Campbell
White. ,,,.i Kart J H Snow, of Texas.
\\ I II Mil N I II HIT f?K SITU .
?.Irl UM?'? Waal Was Ualker those
? h.'.ir. n Now la Hesse.
Hackenaack. X .1 . February S.?
Superintendent James Bratt. of the
Children's Home here, received three
unusual ?hargee when Ruth l.aw. one
year old. William. Uv. two years,
and Fiari Ijis five years, all born
In China, ?eie it.trusted to his tare.
The mother Marlon latw. la an Amer?
ican, tbirty-nve \ears aid. Her baa- ,
band died t- china, and the i n??lnn
artee there gpfwered together ll.tet) to
send Mrs l.sn ni-d her children back
"I married Frank Uw. a Chins as
merchant to sp'te m- parents who live
In BrookP" said Mrs law to J?uper
Ir terdet t i '.tii I had made up my
mind to marry a certain young man,
but my mother had picked out a hue
band for me. hut f wonldn't stsnd for
-web ?p-oe-eHure "*? I eearrled a ?Titas
man. and he was a dutiful, eonelderate
hnsba' d We ?im ?o Chlr.a. whi re he
died I am now without an? tneana of
aasasjMsrt sod I am too weak to do much
bard a otk.
NEED LARGE SUM
(Continued From First Page.)
of the city in I376.483.T3. of~whlch the
State will pay ?101.51216, leaving the
: City's ?hure $174.971 17.
The Council last year took out of
the hands of the School Hoard the fix?
ing of the pay of teachers, adopting
a graded scale according to the numher
I of years of service
With the opening of newer and
larger buildings and the abolition of
. the old poliej of packing sixty or
more children in a room during school
hours, the expenses of heating, light?
ing and similar items in connection
with t lie schools normally Increases,
the board asking for Its general ex?
pense account this year $35,000. which
includes light, water, fuel. rent, sup?
plies, printing, maps, postage, insur?
ance and similar items.
laying great emphasis on the large
number of pupils who leave the schools
before graduation, even in the ele?
mentary grades. I?r Chandler earnest
i If urged that steps be taken for the
introduction of vocational training
along some limited l.nes. asking for
the introduction of this department
tills year 14,999, which will Include
1 the employment of a special teaching
force and equipment
Maintenance of a summer normal
here, he said, would obviate the neces?
sity of a large number of Hlchiuond
; teachers attending the Charlottesvllle
i or Fredei ic-ksburg normals, as the
State Hoard of Education had promised
to grant the same grades of teachers'
certificates were such a course Intro
For special repairs and improve?
ments of present buildings, the board
asks for 149.9*4 si DCS nearly every
building requires painting and minor
repairs. The most extensive in con?
templation is the rearrangement of:
KufTner School, providing three addi?
tional rooms: the installation of ma
China shop equipment at the John
Marshall High School, to cost $4,00":
the purchase of desks, pianos and
chairs, together with the complete
equipment of the new Bellevue and
Sidney buildings, which are to be ready
for occupancy at the beginning of the
Many Kmiir ^pc-rnl l.fi j.
Discussion of the school report was
general and informal Chsfirman
'irundy asked the patrons of the vari- '
ous schools who had appeared asking
relief from present roilfTltlona whether
they would favor a special school levy.
Most of them favored the idea. Mem?
bers of the Finance Committee stat?
ed that it was practically out of the
question to t-oiisiciri a bond issue at
this time, all of the .ton-Is authorised
under the last issue not vet having
been placed on the market. It appears
that the flooding of the bond market
w ith county road bonds in the SnVSt few
years has so limited the demand that
city 4 per cent bonds no longer bring
their face value, and to float an addi?
tional issue the rate of Interest would
have to be raised. In a report sub?
mitted to the Administrative board
yesterdav. Special accountant CrtnV
shaw showed that the city's bonded
indebtedness was now within $3.oo?.
000 of the legal limit The total debt
of the city is llS.e49.4K; the limit is
|1*\.4S7.9M, which Is IS per cent of the
assessed valuations of real estate in
the city. Approximately *7"0r',non wtll
be required in the annual appropriation
ordinance to meet interest and re?
Very Bow Tex Bete.
P.ealizing that a school bond issue
was out of the question at this time,
members of the Finance Committee
called attention to the fact that Rieh
Cures Kidney Troubles.
Bladder Troubles and
Ret e SeaneJe. ffet e Test, Net a Trial er ?reef
Tr?nte?ant, bot s lUgaler Fell Ceesplets
Ceres ef Bsessdiss?Te Try 'res.
I will aana, rWr-e paid. TO TRT T HEX a FeJL
Cats let* Three Fold c cal'.n-i I>eioid loafer of
Traar fat to aar ?ufferins ma* or ? rr.ee who .-.#*-:?
th* rtaht kiad of help. Feat *i*k ? d ?,-. ? oS*r b*
uw T wlaa to pro?* to arorr snaVrrr that relief ran
be h*d_ that the nicht* of pel a aad ?Iii Im i* and
dan of mlrr ?D<i d~p*lr o*a b* loxawd law eaeiot
? in im aad rem fort
rorar woaderful r.**tm*nt it new fceleia*- tho**
?ndstorasaialaalrhaalth. Thoe* euf'ern*'or rear*
wtsktke mo*t chronic. **r*r*. obstinat* Innre*nd**g
c**m find r*ll*f after all other r*m*rt ?? ;.???? tali
to car* th*x *ad n - I "? r it to i? TO TBI
FREE?take It, o*e it. and ee* for ronraetf.
Ir too h?r* Backache. K einer. B'addar Troeal* oe
Ehraavatlna. r>in.n-ws is. S*.?ihnge ander tb*
5?w. or la the T~r* nod Aakiea. Serrojinlm, l ired.
Worn Ont f**llae If ?o*x nrin* 1? I ?bt *ad aaia
dark colored or ele-edr If jo* make w*t*r oft?*. ?**.
Uns ?* darlns the t ./r.c. If It smart* aad he m, .f :*
roc paas it. tf there ? w-tr?^t or or -k duet i
?tea**, writ* tor Uvla Tr
It wo?IH W rrartiral.-* imarwext.:* *n take It wtttr*
ta- serass ?r?-.?? . s***s ssssfM ree.n? it ?.-.?
n?er the ?o*o*' ? : .- . ee that rlra th* kids*'*
the trowWev ? Oil* *t*>rk? utw H
?a* ta* trr-n>. ~ ? t"<* a w.rle manner H
***, Par'S** * r-ncthea* aad Bn*n*er**wa th*
?jm ?r er?*-- J I -? - ? nd
11 *s*nd **o!b?r *e-di*a* da/ oT ennVrtas, trr
an TstMMi. ??? *? r?r <ms*R. I er? II send row
XlS'~m2Z ''"* '?'?rnr*?*U. teedr v .
tp, rar? ?*t. i >t?i rt?**>**. ra*aaa*f?*7
IT ??<! ? a? T?*n w*an >* k?ow
n is hehalns r*?. ?b?t , -* kntw r*e *r* e**ti*e
hSShWjeeSnsnd **? ? **-.' ?i mm e*v-**t wttr a
r**r *e*2. r**nk *a meaal row ana esMlr aewrd t*
?rare TWTt ail TTl **k. Ifto* nrw mm* ?r*in*S
? lit TWO ??>?-? half mt It- rwor* wsaw-s
left *nd p*t aofNtnp
I eat the csij owe w-vt ** s Nit T-*etm<~.t
to TkT rags : ?, 4a 1 *s <* > ,i i t
ssllniMtcltm f I ?dar knew whet the
T*l*w? w~ld ?> IU* ?n* *r* t* a* Sh* hpa**.
Wann t Here ?-.??-.-? ?*i?sh in ?T Tr*w*?e*- t*
?**d H mtl >h ? ??- I ny>* r** wii: ?* ?'Hi?? ?*
Srr ft rsrl at i*. ??**??> end there ell I afth bna t
m-m* ?*???? * o*? lr-t??. act wren * nenhaj
HW -?wr %mm* e*d er-1 ib? Tnali
lust Send This Coupon
l>a ? etiiTtri t r>?wyr. ru.
t- - -.
Shss* til U?f-i I ~.r*. M Tfw??i m -w,
*"-***<?>?? al' -ti.-nee seed TOTnT rer>.
li" r s ?X hVnX *n?*a t rV im?. 1 ?**??>.
BeaSeer Tranhl* ewe
s? a- a r n
for Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always 1 ton;:lit has borne the hIrti?
ture of Chas. It. Fletcher* and has been made uuder his t
personal supervision for over 30 yearn. Allow no oue
to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and
** Just-as-irood" ore hut Experiments, and endauger the
health of Children?Experience against Experiment.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
_TmI cswTau* CwO mm* fr vr mum*** armtr m i w 'o*h CiT*_
moiida tux rate of 11.40 U the lowest
of any eltj of Richmond's population
ami genciul cotiditions, ami that It Is
imiiosaihle to attempt to accomplish
with the income which that produces
what some other cities can accom?
plish With a rate of live mills on the
dollar. Dr. ("handler estimated that an
amide income would tie assured to the
schools, which in the course of a few
years would suffice to put them in
proper order and keep them abreast
with the times. Theoretically, the I",
nance I'ommittee is charged with lay?
ing the tax levy each year to meet the
needs of the government. Practn.;.:
the tlgt rale of II 4'i has not been al?
tered from year to year for more than
Holding that it would be unwise to
hold the budget back, while tills prob?
lem in being studied, members of the
Finance I'ommlltte favor providing for
the immediate and urgent current ex?
penses of the schools, leaving the fi?
nancing of the whole school proposi?
tion. Including the new buildings, to
more deliberate studv Some hold Uta!
the city has gone on in recent years
increasing the number of Its employes
until the fixed payroll is draining Its
resources, others that the general
rate of pay of city employes is not ex?
cessive, that there are not as many
men as are needed in mar.y depart?
ments, and that the city can no longer
attempt to live as a great mo.lern <i!>
with the multitude Of demands on the
tax rate which served in former yean
the solution suggested being the fag] -
ing of a special school lew. leaving
the general fund free to care for all
otiier legitimate demands
FIVE MEN DROWN
Lose Their Lives When low-Uual Uiii
arch ?.oes Ilona.
Vj( kahurg. .Miss . February .',?Two
white men and three negroes were
drowned when the tow-bout Monrach.
owned bv the Bales til Lumber Com?
pany, of Betaani, Miss., was sunk Mon?
day night in Tchula l,ake. according to
information received here to-night by
Superintendent Harris, of the Houstpn
Lumber Company, of this citv.
l.'xcept that the Monarch was almost
Wholly submerged and would be a to?
tal loss, r.o other details were obtain?
able to-night. Mr Harris said he talk?
ed with the manager of the P.elzom
Company, who requested that a tow
boat he sent to Lake Tchula. The
Monarch was a forty ?three-tea vessel
HARD KNOCKS FOR
NEW PARCEL POST
(Continued From First Page >
the evening, and assured the gathering
that it was not serious enough la make
hltn a sorehead. As a farmer, he
brought a message of good will from
the tillers of the soli to the m'n who
supply said tillers with the Ir.ipb i teats
with which to toll.
In presenting Mr Stuart, the toast
aiaster mentioned the possibility of
his being the Bast Governor of Vir?
ginia?a note that appealed to the
crowd, as was evld-.r.t from the ap?
A. F Thomas, of Li nchburg, dis?
cussed "Cost Accounting." and touched 1
upon r'-lated problems of the Imple?
ment and machinery business. Com?
monwealth's Attorney Mlnltrec Folkcs.
of Richmond, replied to the toast. The .
Welcomed hy Mayor.
Mayor Alnslie welcomed the dele?
gates at the formal opening of the
convention at Z Jo o'clock y gh
afternoon. Grant White, editor of the
Kastern Dealer. Philadelphia, replied to
the Mayor s speech of sVepsssjM i n
bus.ncss talks of the afternoon we
made bv X-.rman H Johnsyn. w ... I -
cussed th. parcel post, and H P. Good
ling, of Tork. Pa . who sPuke on the
gnbject "Cost Accounting."
President I M. B mpass appointed
the fjllowlng committees: Nomina?
tions.?John W May. Alexandria. W II
Whartman. South Hill, snd G B. MM.
Norfolk. Resolutions?A. W. Swain Ply?
mouth. N. C. J M. Hart. C.re nshoro.
V C. snd H U Smith. Petersburg
Auditing?M. G Newell. C.rc-nrborj. X
C. O. 1. Smith. Goldsboro. X Cs and
tv! Is Wyatt. Raleigh. X C
-oath ? ersdlaa Iss-M.krr. t?pr??
Traas-< ooMeeatal H..ad
(Special to The Tlmes-IHspatch 1
Columbia. S C February --The
tiana-contlneetal highway, whr
fc How a road from Richmond
eigh. X c. thence to t oluml
e to Columbia iml
on tbrousb Mont
'VI"*ThrVaak Jackson. M.ee.
sndI then across the States of 1/oOlS
lana and Texaa to Kl Paso, in the lat?
ter State, where it will connect "?<*b
the hlrhwav lo the l-acinc eaaax. was ;
Indorsed bv the Souifl t arolloa sen
.ite this morning:, when a concurrent
... offered - >e nator Appe'i
was adopted The resolution now i oes
to the House This highway will be
.orsjejered bv a convention which (a
t be l eM in Aaheville. X. C. February
\lbauv >l? February :? After tak
e M'i.lanum and powdered glass.
g bis wrlsl wllh a rasor and
-noting b ire self below the heart. In
I- afte-r.pt at au leide. ?Kordon Flour
.. ratal ireaewret of the Albanv
?ttoti Mills, still Itvea He is In a
aaaSShsaa condition No r. j?..n f.-r
. ^g.. February & ? The trial of
Ja. k tobnsow on rbargea of vtelaUag
the Mann W*> *e slavs act waa to da p
Februarv 7L Before announc?
ing II i date Judge Carpenter. W.o
rrob,b'y will peeslde at the trial,
-tiled demurrers te> atv Indictments
bod; tag tbe eccseetlonn
Mr*, i harlea B. Hohrrta.
Mis Frances L'mma Hubert*, wife
r.f i'lmrlei B Huberts, died yesterday
morning at 11 o < lock, sited sixty
yearn She leaves, besides her hus
ban'1. three children t'harles L of
Norfolk; Allen T and Mary A. of Huh .
inond. also two siatcis. Mrs. C. J <\.ff
n.an. or Norfolk, and Mrs A A. Mur?
phy, of Washington. D C
funeral services will be held at the,
residence. 40? North Thirty-fourth
Street, at 11 A. M Friday, "bv Bev.
Blieben .Meredith, of Norfolk, and in?
terment will be in oak wood < 'erns?
te i y
?. W. t.rmy.
Hpsrfsll to The Times-Dispatch]
F.mp-?rla. Vs , February .*. ~W. W.
Gray, a ??ll-kiio. ii . itlxen of North
1. i;e.rla. after a protracted illness. di*d
last night st his home |sj Main street.
He was about fifty-five yajsj. of age
and hi survived by his widow rind sev?
eral children. The interment will be
made in the it.i al cemetery to-mc.rr.rw
Mr*, .lame. flSSisilS)
[aWjsrlel to The Times-Dispatch ]
Gordonsvlll*. Va.. February 5.?Mrs.
James Goodwin died at ner home <?
Mover's Hill Tuesday afternoon about
1 o'clock, after being sick only a few
hours, aged seventy-four years #
Mrs Godwin is survived ny two
sons??;?org? Goodwin, of Danville and
lohn G.twin, of Washington; three
daughters?Mrs. Boyer and Mrs. L. K.
Bector. <f Washington, and Mrs W. 1?
Bi'-hard*. of this place, one brother ?
lohn Mason, of Frederiegsburic end
two sisters?Mrs Saun.lers. of Cnlon
ville. and Mrs K It. Hughes, of this
The funeral services of Mrs Gvod
win will be conducted from her late
home Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock,
after which her remains will be taken,
t i Maplewood Cemetery for Inter
(Special to The Times-Dispatt h 1
Heathsville. Va . February 5?Wil
UaUa Sloan died very suddenly of heart
failure at his home near Brookvalc
last evening, aged about slxtv-flve
rears He was a member of Whitc
Marsh Methodist Cliuicb He is sur?
vived by his widow, one son. who
lives m New Vork. and an adopted
Joseph ML fneford.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch ]
Frederickeburg. Va.. February S.?
.'oscph B San ford, formerly of Spot
fvlvanla County, ilied In Italtiti.oi e.
aged twenty-five years, and his re?
mains were brought here yesterdav
and interred In the family lot In th?
i Ity cemetery. Mr Sanford was a son
of the late LaarrSMCS Sanford, of Syot
sylvaala County, and is survived by
four brothers and four sisters.
Mr*. Josephine Lew I a.
I Special to The Times-1 ?ispatch. i
V.'mchester. Va. February 5?A
message to-day announces the death
of Mrs. Josephine Lewis in Baltimore,
rhe was formerly Miss Beach, member
of a pioneer Frederick County famlH,
and leaves her husband. Melvelle P.
Lewis, two son a. two daughters, four
brothers and three sisters.
rspeclsl to Th" Tlmes-Ptspatcn I
Montvale. Va.. February 5.?Tl is
de;,th of James Forgie occurred at his
home in the upper ?loose Creek Val
1? y on Monday, after a protracted ill?
ness He was buried at Walnut Grove
Ometery. on Wednesday. Hev J. K.
James, of the Methodist Church, per?
formed the funeral rites. He is sur?
vived by his wife and several chil?
(Special to The Times-Dispatch >
!.;. i,c hburg. Va.. February 6 ?Angelo
Bernerdlni. aged fifty-six years. an
Italian mosaic worker, died last night
at Ms home. 1414 Taylor Street Ha
was a native of Venice. Italy.
Ml?a Mergeret i.wnlwln.
(Special to The Times-Dispatch )
Lit,, hburg. Va . February .*..? Miss
Margaret Goodwin, one of the oldest
residents of L> nchhurr. died Tuesdav
nigbt at the home of J A. Ma h noil,
with whom she had lived for seven
Mis? Goodwin was a native of Isle
of Wight, and her girlhood was spent
at Smithfleld In 1 ?."?'? she moved t<?
Petersburg During the ?'lvil War she
gave herself to nursing the soldiers.
She was a member of the Washington
st'. et Methodist Church. Petersburg,
being the oldest both in age and yeara
The burial will l>e at Petersburg.
FKBGISoN - The funeral of WIL?
LIAM .1 FFi:?;i s?>N will take place
'r..ni the Fulton Baptist ?*hur;h TO?
DAY at 2.3? P M Interment in oak -
FLOYD.?Died, at the residence of hie
daughter. Mrs. Boberf H PolUrd.
l*r?? Beverly Street. SAM PEL
FLoTP. at II .V M yesterday. Feb?
Funeral will take place at 4 F M.
TO-DAY (Thurertsv ? from the Bp
worth Methodist Church. Interment
in Oak wood
TBI'AX ?Died. February i at noon, in
Bichmond. Va. Ji LI A J TBI'AX. of
sturgeon Point, wife of the late John
Interment FB1DAY at Mapsic ?
Chorch. Charles Ctty County. Vir?
I? F ATTII IMed. St h*r residence.
;n?4 West Grace Street. MBS MAR
GABKT L BKATTie
Funeral notice later
:< NATHAN Died, at his reeldartc*.
Fifth and Dnval Streets, st I_T M
February 6. 1?IJ H L JONATHAN.
He leaves a wife and sis children
Zoo *?fr for Cli6fl?ficirt?n
i/.-r '?vc iiRftftfTl in soi*rrf
ftirhmond. valoed moat by i ernem
tey In Mi'
r H. COWAl
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