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MUST PAY DEBTS
Requirement of Ordinance Intro?
duced in Lynchburg City
[Special to The Tlme?-I>lKpat< h ]
Lynchburg. Va>. February .?If
Councilman Turner, of the Third
Ward, has his way. tin-re may be a
wild scramble among l"> employee
either to pay their debts or to go out
in quest jf attest jobs, for. sccordlng
to an ordinance the Councilman pte
Sentcd at the adjo irnvd me.T.ng of
the lower branch this mornin?. he
would either have every city employe
absolutely Ires of debt or sjrac one
else would (111 the, lob.
The ordinance in a brief one iir.d one
to tho poll.L. It merely ordains tl a'
the city ?.ii bm knap nannta on the
Pay roll? who persistently fail or re
fust to i ay their personal obligations.
Kurther. the ordinance. |f it goes in
the city code, instructs the ne.'tds ot
all departments to make immediate In?
vestigation and t., llllf teargS 'ill serv?
ants of the city who owe debt* w I
they have ?'failed or persistently re?
fused to psy."
Mr Turner read the draft of the
ordinance himself. Then the Council
sat up and opeind Its eyes and the
taper w?nt to the committee on aril*
it i.i.i i. trim In WMaMY.
?snattHI St Martinet llle tor Nomina?
tion <>r PoetaMsseer.
[Special to The Times -1 >ispatch. 1
Martinsvllle. Va , February *.?In
the r>emocratie preferential prlm.-iry
held here for th? nomination of pont
niaster. H. I. Tui.-?rle received 12?
rote*. Thomas H. .>elf. ?4. and A. s.
Oravelv. "1 Hon V. W Saundera will
follow the recommendation of the pri?
mary hi naming the applicant for post?
master The term of the incumbent.
Pr. Charles P. Smith, expired in 1 & 1"
WHIPS pi i*ii.i TEACH KB FIN KU.
Make? !Vo Ibinlal Hut < harter? Boy
Will. i>!?obedlro? e.
[Special to The Time- Dispat? h J
Norfolk. Va . February S. ?Willis
Hut'-hinn. principal of the I-irnbert'a
Point Pulili- School, was to-day fined
lift and cost* in the PoliOS Court upon
the I harife of bestirnt K A Hollges,
jr. a pupil. The fine was paid The
prlnc.pal made no denial of the "whip?
ping.'' but *aid It wan none for dli?
Obedien-e. The hoy was whipped with
a switch and then a cord The boy
said he refused to take a physical cul?
ture < las? because he wan i*ufferlr.ir
from a headache The whipping fol?
lowed. The Norfolk school regulations
Attend Hoard Merlins*.
B C Htearnes. Superintendent of
Public Instruction, will attend the
sen.I-annual moating of tie hoard of
visitors of the I'nlversi:. ? \ irtrima.
to be held to-morrow He will prob?
ably *?> to Ctearlottsa?ims this even
It will he Mr Stearne?s duty else
to attend the meeting oj the hoard of
visitors of Wil!!ar> ar.d .Msr. Calteya
at Wllliatusbur*. Tuesday. He i.? n
orl r ... a member of the SOaVrds Sf all
mi Keeawen Rrokm.
Fig jres heretofore gi\e'! la detail
In these columns, summarised, show
?hat both as buyer and seller. the
L'nlted States during l?i; broke all its
previous records, and a statement la*
-Sled hv the B'irenu of Foreign and
fK>mestic i 'ommer. e <lIs( loses that the
exports" end Imports together irmie a
volume of business of more than 14.
The imports la?t vfar were rained
at $1.*1 340 as against II.DJ:.'''
IM in isll. while the exports in Itl2
were li.S?^.SsS.^TS. or about 130" "?
t(H> more thati the I SI 1 record.
\\ Ul Tskr < Marge 1 rhruary Uk
[Special to The Tlmes-I nspatch J
bynchburg. Va. February ?W. T
Corwilh. who was recently elected sec?
rets ry of the Chamber of Commerce
hare, has advise) that he will take
? harge February K>. For several years
lie was secretary of the Greater Char?
lotte iN <'.} Club. nnJ he comes well
equipped for his work here
Sir William Henry May Be
Designated to Succeed S'r
HV l.\ MMUIM BK K(iMi:\?v,
SIK WILLIAM HE.NKV MAT has
been designated by King <i*orir.-,
at the Instance of the govern- i
men?, to su;cee?i sir ?'Barles Fr?-drr!'it
Hotham next month as admiral of the
fleet on the active Hat. Sir Charles
? Hotham be;ng compelled t<> retire on
: the attainment of bis seventieth year.
The office of admiral of the fleet ts
superior to that of admiral, and ranks^
with thar of field marshal la the army.
'I: ere are only three admirals of the
fleet on the active list, and the soie
occasion on which tbe flag of an ad?
miral of the fleet has ever been seen
in American wsters was when !*tr Fd- ,
v.ard Seymour came here shortly be?
fore his retirement, to represent King
George and the British government at ;
the Hudson-Fulton celebrations in .
New York l.ord Charles Beresford. it j
may be remembered, was moat anxious
to obtain this step on his retirement,
but was refused the promotion on ac- .
count of personal enmity by BeginalJ1
McKenna, now Secretary of State for'
weigbt I airier with h?a la<hf? and
nervous to th* point of exhaustion If yo
run tell m# nomMMoi to help mo I shall be
Anim.r: I ran presrrIbe nothing so effe*-.
tire a* a thorough muri? of three grain
krpo-nariane tablets. Tbaae tablet* win ate
In extracting the nutrition from the food
?hl<-h win in<-rea*? the red blood ?upp!>.
overeooxe nrr-roujtr.e^ji *r:<t you will fcerom*
plump and healthy. TM> treatment ?h- jM
be rootlawew for ??v?r?i tt.ontha. as It take*
time to ? hange the tl??uea sad cells of the
e e e
"Sarah" says: "fan anything he done f..r
?we who Is bo! here.) with rheum a Maro. If
aw. pieate reply."
Answer: You run I* entirely rnred of
your rheumatism tf take the following:
Mix by 'baking e.e;; ar,.t t l)c? % teaepoonful
at meal Ilm?? and at be.j time an I yow
will arw.n bo rruod Qpreo ?wnr* ,?-.'",
I ox.. omp. fttil.l ?.4jfn*"r*. , .?r
aar?aparl!ia romp. I o?a . wtwe of eolrkl
ram. one-half ox . ?od I um rafl it Ska, f
drain' Iodide -f potassium. I drama.
? ? a
"Ray" write' -Tin a ?ufferer fr.,m brea
rhlai treskle be relieved' IWfor* do rot
aeem help me. what ?mld yew eug
Answer: To core rhrwnte retd. awe* throat
and brcnrMila. I wowM Ad\tie fbe uee ot
?f at' bro'.Mwl trowMe Tb?, will not waj|v
-eilev*. but will cure, aad hi very p eaaa.it
? ? ?
"Htilda- aar? I ? anrot rat without great
' atlas at
t,???ri. al at times. ?"??
Answer. Many womea.
%f2>r. lew's ?dAcr
"H'e ijuesfio-.a Answered bejow are ge
la character; the symptoms cr dtseaset
given ar.d th? answers w?l apply to
cik of slml.ar nature.
Thowe wishing further advice, free,
addreas Dr. Lewis Baker, OsaaSSJ* B'dg .
? ege-Klwood Sla . Dayton. Ohio, enck
ae.f-addressed, stamp* ? enve'ope for a
Pc:; name and address mult be given
only Initial* or Rrtitloua name wt;t be
In my answer* Tbc prescriptions can
ailed at arty w>ll-stocked drug store.
c.-uaTglat can order of wholesaler.
who h?v? sufTe-ed as ysaj do hare beer.
I rur-d by ualrtg the following tonic restora?
tive treatment a\M from your druggist 1
os. tlnrtur? r?|nmrne mot r-ardamoai an ]
ssa syrup of hypophoaphlte* comp.. mis.,
wad lake a teaepoonful liefore ea>-h meal.
Alwaya ahake well before taking.
? ? ?
"alls* T. Ft" ask*: ,-r?o you think a
weight of 19? pounds Is too mu. h for a girl
?f medium height. anJ what ran 1 sately
take to reduce, about JO pound?T*
j Answer Tour weight t? excessive. an.1
If It Increases \\ may cause much suffer?
ing and embarraaemer.t. I advtaw the regu
| lar use of 5 grain arhoi-ne tablet*, which
are sold by moat pharmacists In sealed
fives with full directions for self-adnilnls
? ? ?
'?'"?epenter" writes: Mv liter and kid?
neys are) In a had ?ondition I bare dirty
speKa and dark ?ani> l-for? my eye?. Also
have twinges of rheumatism. Iii I be
Infltr: To cure kidney and tlver trouble
.ise three grain sulpherb tablets foot nil
purify :n? hiood. They are convenient,
tie*) aad highly curative.
Phoebe" The fotlwwlag win cure year
hirer, of hedwrttlng Get J drams of
. iure rhss-aromatlr. I dram tlaiftir?
? tnd I oi romp ful I Kaimweei Mis.
I g*ve the rblld from I" to Ii drop* in
;er about one hour hef.,r* each BS awl.
Ma-i-l" writes "| wave suffered a great
I with catarrh, ft give* me heads, hew.
*cts say eyes, and my ?>reath Is awful,
i you pee*i ttks seitweSlstss*; to ewe It.
y mv wosttrlls and throat are affected '?
swaer: I hate prewc-lbed antlewwtlr BS.
twice dally and your catarrh should sooa
cseide wrltwe: I am trowbsad srasjl *eeai?
S scalp dat.druff an.l my hair hi failing
ft. ft bj -
hsrwh and hel'tte '
?? ? *av aars a*
. -? , ,r.
**-af?. If the I
>? v> the best
nag hate and
saKft. flaaTy apps n-aorw aad wrlaa tsach the
Women's and Misses' Suits, Dresses
Skirts and Waists
(1 out at extremely k>w prices,
All winter garment* to In d
Wom ? Uhm' Coats, no
worth up to $25.00, for. . . . V^??/0
Women'.-. VJtal Misses' Coats, (3**7 QO
worth up to $?o.<mi, for . . . . tj) i ?.*70
Women's Tailored 8u!ts,
fancy wca\es; $25 quality.
One-plec?- Serge Dresses,
worth $15.00 .
Finely tailored Skirts, $8
Women* Poplin Kaineoats; navy
tan; $12.50 grade;
All our $35 Genuine
Chinchilla Men's Overcoat*
Men's $25.'10 Overcoats;
2 5 flozt-u Silk Knitted Ties
Bargains for Boys
Boys' $2.00 Allwool Sweat?
Boys' $6.00 Overcoats;
ages S3* to 10 years.
Boys' $6.50 Overcoats;
ages -v* to 10 year*.
Boys' flO.OO Fancy W ? a v?"7 QQ
Suits .?!> / .I/O
Boys' $7.50 Fancy Weavv
ADVANCED TO OFFICE
OF ADMIRAL OF FLEET
Home Affair-., and then first lord of the
ad mn al* y
Sir lJ'Jwan! May. r*. present com
mander-m-rhief at Portsmout?. is on
of the ablest aaVSIS of the British
navy. It was h? who added Christmas
lasasta to the ilrltisn empire, assuming
charge of the annexation, and has prob?
ably done more thar? riiy other officer
in the service to develop the use of the
lorpec'o. of which he Is regarded as
the leading naval expert of the day.
Me took i?art in Admiral Sir George
Narcs's Arctic expedition in li'Z, beirg
badly frost-ldtteri. and was a partic?
ular favorite of Queen Victoria; also
standir.a high la the good graces of
the Kaiser, to whose service he has
generally been at'ached whenever that
monarch has visited Knglan.'. He en
Joys the distinction, suinewh.it rare
among British naval men. of being a
remarkably good linguist, am: In spite,
of his having been called upon to su?
persede Ad nlral I?rd Charles Heres
ford on the occasion of tin t popular
offi cer's somewhat sensat onal removal
from th<? command of the home fleet,
four years ;gc. by Reginald McKer.na,
has never fnrfeit-d the good-will of
either the navy or of the public.
One of the most notable features of
the season mi St. Petersburg is the
annual Charity f'aziar. usually held
in the palace of the Grand Iruchess
Vladimir and under her personal di?
rekten, this ucing her particular pet
philarthropk- enterprise. I- is always
made the occasion of injch hospitality.
All the festivitl-s In connection there?
with this year were rudely interrupted
by the tragi" death of General Prince
Nicholas obolenski. N universal fav ?
or.te. He had Just been talking with
the grand duchess and was leaning
against a column when suddenly,
w.thout the slightest warning, he
slipped down on to the floor, stone
dead. the result of an aneurism of lbs.
Prlr.ce Nicholas was one of the hoy
r.o..d friends of the p-esent Frrperor.
with whom he had always been on such
terms of Intimacy as to bo addresi-e?4
hi-n with the familiar ;?onoun of
?thou" He a"co-np.->nled tie cxar
? n his memorable visit to India, China
and Japan. sr<i was for several years
his principal private secretary, or
-rtther ihief of his private chancel
The prince Irsiyted on resizr.lnr this
post some four years ago. owing to
the discovery of gros? dishonesty In
connection with the management of th>
Ctar's huge Siberian estates Nc one
dreamt of impugning the integrity of
Prince Nicholas Oboler.ski. who was
the soul o.* honor. Bit l-.e himself
felt that his lark of experience and
the consequent facility with which he
h ' bCCC hoodwlrked by corrupt sub
ordlnat-s, was In a measure accounta?
ble for the l'-sses whl-*j tie tCr-p*>ror
had stisu.ined, and consequently he en?
treated his sorerelam to relieve him
of the office, to confide it to more cap?
able hands than his own and to accord
to Mir. seme other less lesponsiblr post
in his e -tourace
At Ptls juncture the Kmpress
Mother. who had known Nicholas
?boleiski from infancy and who to
the- l.-?st was wont t.. rail him bv his
? luldhood nickname of ?'Kolik.'* put
forward a request that he eiould be
attached to her household as one o'
her prin-lpal gentle neit-l-i-waiting,
and s1nc< the-i be has been constantly
about with licr everywhere and last
year epert n'urh vt his tim? in attend?
ance en her in England?that la at
Kandringham?and In penmark
The ?ibolenskis are a very powerful
and influential family tine of them.
John hy name, a brother of Nicholas,
sacceoded the murdere-t 'iineral B?r
r kolT as Oovr-nor-Genvral of Plnland
Prin.-a John had previously been shot
at while governor at Kharkoff His
would-be assassin Bred thr.e times st
him. while standing at a dlstancs of
ai.-.ut a few feet, and If ih - prince sc?
raped with a dicht wound in the neck.
It is due to the fa t fhst h* wore be?
neath his unlf.-rm a shart of > xquleUe
ty tempered ard very fni ?tee| malt
Another of the <>b?i>nsktr. Valerlar.
was assistant secretsr\ of stats for
f..reign slfsirs order Cr jnt laimartorff
He was generally slated at oaa time
aa -accessor to the connt. Por be not
only acted aa minister whenever
l-?msdorff wga away on leave er III.
bat likewise sr-companled the Kmperor
when the Utter went to his shooting
lodges lr Poland, to the Vlibaglatara
at Uvndia. la the Crimea, and Caring
bra trips abrcad. Connt Laraadnr*
meanwhile remaining at nc Peters?
burg, where be did Mile more then
register and eaecutc tbc ?????? lit of
I his sovereign. Inspired by hid deputy,
j V?ler'?ii Obolenskl was, however, Beta
; ( ? I;<-<l to resign hie poet as deputy
: minister to Alexander Iswulski?even
; lurlly Count Barnsdorffs ancawsaof?
, owing, to hie championship ol Admiral
Alegleff. and at Ills aa'oclntISAM v.itl>
Prlvv councilor Berobrasoff In fact
, with :. II that court cl n''<- wbiab helpe.
to bring: about the war bet*, .-en Js>aa
and BuHsla. one of the MBSaarrtsd !' !;
eesseg obolrt.ski is constantly in at
t' ndance on the Empress Alexander
Kussia as her favorite maid of honor
Sir Walter Str'e'il.'tid of ??..? : -..r
11:11, in Yorkshire, svhnh b is been in
the possession '?f hl? family ovr sin.-,
his ancestor, WilTam Strickland, ac?
companied Sebastian (""abut on hi
?oyageg of iliscovery to the New Worr
has been misalug since I>- cember t. ar
a world-wide search 'kim en it:s-.
|Mtad for hint by ills f imily law ye
i and by his half-brot/iers. KreeV i
and Henry, the elder of whom is
presunipti ve 10 the title a-.d lo 111
estates, which are verv extensive
.?ir Walter is :?n can. ordinary c) i
I ncter. A?te<! xtxtv-tlve. be in a Bf-Hotai
, an anarchist and in n< iBS senses m
the word a Gypsy and ruuk. sted to
.Vjajrb-e Hewlett the principal tiKUie.
"Sen! ouse," in his lutes' hod:.
.^ir Walter nas fcpe it the last thiit>
?ears wandering all over the w orb1.
i.7 ? e. translat!:iK Horace and
.Voliere, writing vi dem p iiii|/ilsl? ami
verses aga'nst the established ? .r?! r
of tb nas In his rativ? l*:id and In the
countries that lie vlslfeii, and gattlnsj
, into all sorts of trouble wuli vanotn
His familt. Which has for nearly
a thousand years borne as Its crest f>
; bird which is describ'd in old heraldic
(phraseology as "'a turkey cock in its
prid?,'" was settled In Westtnorla-ni
?? long before the Xorman Conquest, sir
Walter's father, the late Sir Charles
Strickland, figures In "Te n Brow:,'.-.
I School Days" as "Martin." the baro'l
P'iiic'pal rhiiiii. Ar- ancestor. Sir
Thomas Strickland, bore the tinnsr o'
St Oeorrre at the battle of Affir.ootirt
and a Walter Stiick'and enjoyed the
favor of olivet Cromwell, who cttlle
him to "tho other home of Parlia
j merit," as Lord Strickland, a title.
' however, wltlch v as not recognized 01
; confirmed after the restoration b>.
! Charles II. ,
I (Copyright, 191"?. by the Brentwoou
(Continued Kron, Eighth.)
gaged for the last act. during wh i
Billy Kitchle's fajBOug specialty winds
up the display in a blaze of glo.-y
, Bltchle himself provides a numb.-.
? that will enable him to sing a Biunbei
of topical Kings, and bj sown origi
| nsl conceit. "The Auto That Ought
.To. but Wouldn t "
Three performances are the regular
! daily program at th?.- Kmplrr. ther.
, being a matinee at 3 o'clock an I night
, performances that start at 7:30 and I
I o'clock. Thl3 prigram covers ever)
i day but Saturday, when it will be
! changed to the extent of adding ?
matinee, the first to start at 2 o'clock
land the se*ond to start at 33(>.
Philharmonic Orchestra ( oneert.
The Philnarnionic Orchestra wl.l give
its third concert at the City Audito?
rium on Thursday night. The pro?
gram will doubtless command t It'
keenest Interest, for It Is. more than
any of the previous concerts, a Rich
; rnvr.il event. The soloists are lllch
? mond artists?Miss Boulse L'arker.
pianist, and Or. M .Koblenzer, vocalist.
There wlil be compositions by Bich
. mond composers. Frederick Hahr
(Clemens ap ("atesby Jon'? and Ki
i mer Clyd-* all performed In public fit
j the first time.
Mies Barker will play the briliianr
("Concerts tuck." by Weber, with orrhe.'
; tra accompaniment, and Dr. Koblen
! xer will sing. among others, two
? pieces by Clemens ap Catesby Jones.
"In Hues of l>sy" and "Prayer." and
a song by Klmer Clyde. "Good Nignt.
Beloved." the latter written especially
. for Mr. Koblenzer and for this con
i That Richmond is rich in composer?
of orchestral music, too. is ?!*>.'Wfl by
the "Mir.tietto Orazlozo." by Frederick
Hahr, dellclously light ami tuneful, yet
rich in originality of harmony and
1. Mar^h fram the Opera Tann
*. SaltareVio from the "Italian Sym?
3. "All Hall, Thou Dwelling. Pure
and Holy." I'a-ist .iounod
Dr. M. Koblenxer.
4. "Concertstuckr" '.Weber
M;ss Bouls Barker and or<-hegtra.
Minuetto Oraxlczo. .Frederick Hahr
Orchestra (first time).
? fa> In Hues oT Day".
? Temen? ap t'atesbv Jones
. (b) "Prayer" .
Clemens ap Catesby Jor.es
(c) "Good Night. Beloved".
Or M. Koblenxer (first time).
7. Selections from "Naughty Ma?
rietta" .Victor Herbert
Musical < onsedy at the I.uMn.
Theatregoers who are fond of min?
iature musical comedy will be offered
Trial Pachaar Ahaolatrly Free?Mj ill
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stant relief is yours for the asking, and
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in a plain wrapper, a trial pack?
age of Pyramid Pile Bemed'. the won?
derful, sure and certain ciira for the
tortures of this dread disease Thou
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of this offer, thousands know for the
first time in years what It la to be free
from the pains, the Itching, the awful
agony of piles.
Pyramid Pile Remedy relieves the
pain end itching Immediately The in?
flammation ?"'S down, the swelling is
reduced and soon the disease. Is gone
So matter how desperate yon think
yottr case Is. write In to-day for the
free trial treatment Than when yau
have need it In the privacy of your own
home and found oat for yourself how
efficacious it la yu can get the full
alga package at any drag store for
rents Every day you suffer sfter read
Ing tbla notice yaa suffer needlessly
ginplv All out free -.upon and ma.l
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Kindly send me a sample af Pyra?
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Richmond's Great Underselling Store
- ^ 3U Z . DRO/iD ST.
IheLargest Cloak &$<//r/Yovs? m V/rc/n/a
Giving Up Our Annex
Owing to the inconvenience caused our customers by not hav?
ing all departments under one roof, we have decided to discontinue
our annex. Monday will be the last day of its existence, w e will
hereafter have every department in our Main Building.
A ONE-DAY SALE
We Close Our Annex Forever To-Morrow Night
On Sale in Our Annex,
315 EAST BROAD STREET
On Sale in Our Main Bldg.,
311 EAST BROAD STREET
Chiffon and Messaline Waists
Chiffon and Messaline Waists
$3.98 Serge Dresses . 1.SO
$6.98 Serge Dresses . 3.98
59.98 Dresses .... 4.98
Formerly $8.98, $9.98,
$10.98 and $11.98,
Formerly $12.98, $14.98,
$16.98 and $19.98,
In order to make a clean sweep of our Coat
Department we include in this lot every high
priced coat in the house. You can come to?
morrow and pick any coat in our store at
Formerly $9.98, $10.98
Formerly $12.98 and
rormerly 50c, 75c, $1.00, $i.50
25c and 50c
Many more wonderful bar?
gains than these will be seen
t this sale to-morrow.
OU T MISS THIS MONEY SAVING OPPORTUNITY. SALE BEGINS AT 9 O'CLOCK
"dy C.mpany. which will app..?r here
i In the laughable far<-e. -Th- Widow
?*re. n.'* In !>??? Moinea. Iowa, where
they s.-orel heavily, a promin?--.t paper
han UM fallowing to sav
The dhow thte week at the Majestic
ia eptertaiotng enoush to m.ik. it per?
fectly sa.'e for Manager Dudlrv to of?
fer '?? ref-ind tnonev to t ?>??*?- who do
not like th? performance sh jld he
mak. su-h *n ofTer. ht* . aah rerelpta
i would balance t.i the penny al the
I close of the dsv'a MM In ?h?rt,
the rio.itv-rn rtesulles Musical Comedy
Company '.a the beat BMI st the Ma
jesttc since thi* form of a'traettea
eras first adopted here The show Is
all that th" words mu? ^! '.? - ? ?> 'm
p|\ The chorus ??rk la far shore the
average, and at etrerr angle the Per?
formance la eicellent. Tita amusing
? It'jatlona that are brought about ay
Ian Impereonation beepe the audience
!la an uproar from start to finish, and
Ibis 1? Intermingled with as g>od rr
sic snd dancing as hsv* beer, seen on
the Vajeatic stsg? la many, many
Motion ptrtares are to bo dtsrdsysd
In .?nneetlon witb tbe mssiesl cam
ad) snd there will be no adr?--? in
tbe prises of adrntaaloa, Welch remain
taw Saasa all the time
Ar. invitation Ind-T Ira. h meet will
be heb* by the Richmond Light la
I ranlry Blues to-nigbt la tbe armory of |
reiav two teams, captained h v
re sn.l Vn'mhan. respectively, will
f"r premier honors A large gal
will wifi.es? the events
fl>?l ?K?Slo% HELD.
Seatkeeoterw Hsllwa* 4ert>aa?lBa ?
eeciaftaw ? dlewrm
(Special to The Times-D.npateh 1
Norfolk. Va. February f.?TSe
Southeastern Railway Aroountlrs As
??e latl- n adjourned here da? The
final huaineaa aeslson was taken up
with a dlacuaslnn of average railroad
mU?aae operation mhi
The following Were na*"et is f im
mltt?*e rhslrmen sfter Ihe -?,vr>n ot
a new committed on "Efficiency."
Committee on eBViency?W. r>. Ber
titr, comptroller of the Central Oeor
gla R?IImad at Savannah. commit too
on ft ens fit receipt?. William McOowan.
MflM of mer-h^ndlse receipt?. Bal
and Okie, at Baltimore, com?
mit;,e on passenger receipts. T. H.
? asattbnr >?' passenger receipts
of Hi- s i? -ard Railway, at Porta
mouth, -??mruittee on disbursement
acrnunta. J II. McEwen, auditor ot
? ???!? . f the Nasht Iis Chit
'aocega and St. Lewis Railway, at M.
Louis, committee general aoc >unts and
's. M y. Jfallory. comptroller
er ihe ?Tnciinatl. New Orl?ara and
T?t?? Pacin. Railroad, at ?Treir.nalL
Home Remedy for Eczema
We adevery skin tmffersr tokn?n>
O D tl Prescription alwayi
aye an bnadL
sell ft?go tS>
Immedlatel? .??#? a J*C bottle w
esn vines yew of tfctn
Of coarse all drt.rr
ikani If yot can't come to us
aceopt a big prodt Substitut*
However, if ywa ?am? to owr etat*a>:
wa havs so mock ??aMsaitii fca thin
do aa we say If not. pay
Lot us alee tell ywa nksmd W0k%