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Pulaski Knitting Mill Stockholders
Meet aiul llohl Antiiiiil
Lynchburg-Amherst fli;;liwiij Will
Now He l'Ve? of Tollsutcs?Other
News Netes Gathered From Vari
ous Parts of State of Virginia.
[.Special to Tho Times-Dispatch. J
PCLASKI. VA.. January 10.?The an
.?il mectli'R of tli? stockholders of
Paul Knitting Mills Company.
? ,i? held hero yesterday. iteports in
i ated that owing to the inability to
?<*ur? sultlclent operators for tho ma
hints it was only possible to operate
'.he plant to about 40' per cem of its
capacity Ofllcers re-elected for the
"usuIiik year are: Meyer 1?. Victorious,
N'ew York, president; Allen T. ISsk
"Idge. Pulaski, vice-president; A. Vic
tor Victorious, New York, secretary
treasurer; they, with S M. lilsseutrer,
N'ew York, and .J. F. Wysor. Pulaski,
?(institute the directorate. The time
or the annual meeting was changed
from the first Tuesday In January to
the third Tuesday.
The company will establish a branch
Iilant at Hndford. Plans for this were
immediately put into action, the eotn
pany havlnsr a number of available
machines It Is expected ty bcKln op
erations there within six weeks and
v.'lth machines capable of (ilvlni? em
ployment to fifty Klrls. The company
Is completing a flnlshlntf and 'lye plant
here, which will be -eadv for opera
tion by February l"> and which will
take care of the hosiery from all
I ranch plants as well as that here.
Aft?llll?nnl Inflnrnsn 1'enllix.
I,TXCUHlTnr;. VA.. January 10.?
Three additional deaths front Intluenza
or pneumonia occurred in tin* S'ate
convict camp In Amherst Connly this
ino.-nintr an'l two more colored men In
the Mtiin a re expected to he claimed
victims by the contagion. The remain
der of the sick seemed to-day to be
out of danger.
In Lynchburg the contusion made
another plisht increase yes'erdav. re
ports of physicians t-^ the health de
partment f*>p Wednesday showing a
?'??' Increase of t w <- n 'y -??i vr h' cases.
Vorty-ninu new cares were report*-I
Wed nc.-ulay.
fjot Order <o Vlnt? I'lrlnc.
,\ Mill: it ST. VA.. January 10.?Mr.
:>:,d Mr?. K. I". Kid '. T> ? Stiver, have
: o-ei v?-d loiters from t < '?>' l*:i
\ hirh Frank 'Kldd. <'iuiin.ui-.
Three Hundred and T -.-enty.third 1??
tintrv, and Manydh-r Kidc. t'r>mp:M?y
l:. Four Hundred ai d Fifty.fourt i In
fantry. who are no*.v ov. rs'-:? P i
vate Frank Kldd mates tlia* his com
pany went "ove. the l-.p" and was ->:i
t ae battle front when order, 'arm- <
?ton llrln?. and that he eainc through
? ifely ftnd very l>w of l::s *'?' np.mv
v rro wounded P ith boys ?ta:e that
? Vv are well an-t w II Kind to
home when the'r tlio' ' "ines, but
?l.?n't know when that w ;i b<-.
IMrn in Army lfo?pUwl.
T.Y.vnUFp.C. VA.. .I:?S- t.irj
? -it I.ewls ??'. r-iatd. Sirinerly of
s i:> and .? ?i aduate of :lie 11:- ?
. i here, died i'i an army !)'?>i-;!
? t T?xah r-'^-'JV of infl'iei./ i. Il? ??n
?? .n the Twelfth ('ava'.ry V.-r-? at
the time of the Mexican tronhl. and
i ? ? :i i n " I in the army t. h . ? *'? ?' ? -
1M? parents. Mr. ? ??'. M: \ 1'? F? r
' ?? Id have moved f I ere to s-.u' ?
Portland. Me., sin e he J >lned -riiiy
Thev, together with si tit-ler M : s '
II P. ?> v. Portland. Me . ?- irvlv. r
i u;it Fersuild a v i *; ? a ? ? ?' >r ?
t'j?rf.?rrs Perlnrp Pi \ iitriil'.
\VbonSTOCK. VA.j Jnntinry ?
i,i /|i! d vlls-nd w:fl dec. ire | a Ml
? .. r ??fh dir- -i " -
.. ,? -;ed: prcMi!"l\ S 'i til Hi'I
- lent, I'aiiii ' Hs-.Uer: ?? -r'-tarv
?? ;.| t-easurer. P. F. P> '-r; man if -
F peer" arsis' '!.S manager, .lali't I'- -
(lire* tors, H \ F i..k im--r. Tbovn
Kltenonr, Frrsi' 1 ??. ^Jiisr.vH
I! ffman, Alexander P.atton and Thorn
ton Ititenour.
flhr State II iiili m ay,
AMUKltST, V A.. January K'. ?'P
p.oard of Supervisors yesterday pas:-?-d
i resolution imniiiK ovei to t'ae S;a'.<
yii-kmii.i the i,yn. a?- iru-Anshe: -,t
. -i AiSihei- t ?Miffi'id III ii-.ldam loao.-.
). 1". Parr. Hiiperv li.i.r for the Pedlar
i 1 r i ? I. ofteivd a j-t.solill sosi that ail
loll lal'-.i Hi the count > be. d.scon
1 nued, but the motion was votcii down,
l-'or the pree- nt uate.- will continue "
be opera I'd :i all the toll r cids
the county except tiio:-.- seetioiif above
: ...-iitioaed.
Ilunk t leet.s Pirfi-lurt. i
PULAbKI. Va., January
. ;,.iiijil meet is-n of tin. block holders ot
la - ts.in.x Ot i'Ullkln, Sl.c,, l I.IOIISI, ti?e
I now II.i, ?llr<;?. loi ? li.illi' a to.
.1 eiKjuisii; >ea:'. * i. A. \ ei million, < ?
K. St. Vilaii, J. 11. ivent, l-.aiaiM Licii, .
,\. C. Spoils, J. i i. Iliiiorii, li. M. ^opeu-,
I.avcr, Ur. \V. II. iJusliinfc, .1. \? oi -
roll, W. C. tluthrlc, \? . il. land; uni. ?
Waiter Crockett, K. \). \VI!lll.iW a.;o
<IMoomaW. Uttlevis eleeteil iiiil;
1>. Ij. W'tlhrow. pi i sidcni; ei. A. \ er-i
million and C. U. hi. <'lair, vice-preat
tlent; tleoi'tje U. Moomuw. cashier. A 0
per cent dividend wa; declared.
Mrreiiuiitft iiold lliiiiiiuel.
ltKISTOU, VA., Jauuar> 10.?The
lift h UllUUal l>uni|llel oi the Ps istol lie.
tail Merc ha ills' Association was held
li.-re last lufciil ;?t imtcl Virginia. Aioie
tliitn 100 Kuests were in attendance, j
many of ?hoin were from neai-by
towns. J. W. I'msiaddt. president of;
the loe'al t'oiail association, presided,
and acted as toast master.
(?lint Prison Sentence.
I.YXCUliUHO. Va.. January H?.?U. j
II. hachinan. who claiiue-d to have been
Jin engineer on the Southern Hallway,;
was convicted in the 1'orporation Court |
o:i tho charge of forKiiirf and offeriiiK |
a check purporting to be a railway
pay cheek transmitted by teleifr.iph,
and sentenced to a year in prison.
Ilrnr <if Soii'm Death.
Jiintia ry 10.? Mr. and Mrs. \Y. J.
PriKhtwell have received a telegrani j
from the War department announcing '
the death of their son. Private FlilTord'
P. Height well, which occurred ill j
France Oelober II. He was a member:
of Medical Uuiol .\o. ?!;!. lie trained
at s'iinip l.ee and embarked for France'
S.-ptPUlber l.
>iim Serilna in Friincf.
P.KISTOIj, VA., January la. A. Wal
' m i-'ishiM", former physical director of
:he I'.i'lstol Y. M. i'. A., is now in Paris, j
France, enpritged in Army Y. M. C'. X, t
Work. Mis two sons. I'ouglas and ;
Claire, ;ire in army service.
Ileeelvc liPllcr From Son.
AMIIEHST. VA.. January 10.? Mr.
arid Mrs. K. W. Aleock have received a
letter from their son. Thomas Melvin
Aleock. Company 1-, ?'no llundretl and
Slxty-Hrst infantry, Franco, saying lie
is well. lit? further says: "Tell Pad
not to worry about me that Undo Sam
is taking good care of his nun."
Tlnily Cuiiirn From l-lnal.niil.
TtlUSTOT,. VA., January 10.?The
body of Grnhani Vance, who <lle?l at
F.asl leigh, Knglund, on ficlobor U7,
from pneumonia, arrived here Thurs
day from New York. Ho is a son of
I>r. and Mrs. \V. K. Vaneo. of this city.
Ho was in tho naval aviation depart- |
liieut at tho time of his death. Funeral i
fle.rvic.os were held from the homo and i
burial followed in the local eomotcry.
Adenillnit Conference,
f^TKCHTtUUO. VA., January 10.?Dr.
William A. Webb, president of Han
dolph-Macon Woman's College, ia in
At the Movies
" "" * ?Clmrllf Oiiiplln, in
\ nil.*."
ItJ.JOt?llryant Wti?lilMirn.
COIiO.M.M,?Tuni 311*, In "Trent
?I'.llt Ituuivii."
\ II TOH?Lou Inn >1. A !?'<?( Cm "l.ll
tlC Women.**
?S'S?"Tlir Ni|iin\v J Inn."
HI.I Kill It (J?"Tlir Iron 'i im,"
HI-2.X?"i;r:isN Itullei."
.Vas'hville, Teiui.. to attend ;i nic-i lug
>?1 tii,. cx.-oiitlv.- committee of tin? A*
i.oeia; Ion <t( t'ollmos anil Secondaiy
.>chools. 'Die nicet.ng is to arrange for
ihc tiine iiinl place of iloj iic.M coii
v cut I on of that association.
SiiriirKpN Kutiicr on f.'lirlNtiiiiiH,
11 KATIIsj VI I.LK, VA., January 1-'.
'.eland lircnt, of the aviation bomb
ing ?:o! |)h, and for .sonic time stationed
near Paris. is spend ing several days
witli his father, I!. C. lircnt. The
aviator wulkcd in upon his father
? 'hrlstnias I Jay, <|ult<; as a surprise.
?Neither had hcanl of the other dur
ing the many moiitii.) the sou was in
K ranee.
DepoHiln and I.oiui* of IVlrnliurK Ia
Nlllullon I'n** All Ki
pec tnt Inn*.
I'KTKRSBUUO, VA., January 10.?
i I lie annual meeting of the stockhold
ers of the American li.ink and Trust
Company was held yesterday afternoon.
I The report showed that the bank had
: l'ie bc?:t year last year in its history.
Ir assets, deposits, loans and number
of patrons. It exceeded ail cxpecta
t ions
'I he present board of directors, after
the meeting. re-elected th'; following
i olncors: president. William 15. Mcll
wairie: vice-presidents. William J.
It.ihi v and It. i : I.unsford: cashier.
Wallace l> 1 Hanks: ussislaiit cashier,
.1 !?: l'<-rdu<*: manatr.-r of insurance
department. S. P. 11?.:?n.
I he annual meeting of the stock
holders ,>f the Petersburg Savings and
Trust 0?np;inv was hold yesterday af
'? rnoon Tiic pr-sent directors w?:e
to-elected. _i?.i the following olliccrs
u . re elected it" the board: prcsld'tit,
' ? 1". Heath: vice-president, \V l?. M< -
Kenney; vlce-p: ".?iden* ami cashier, 1*.
M Pol.aril. :\-sl-taut cashier. A. I:
v- '' re'ary, li. W. I'utchcr. Thore
??ere no chatigcH in the other em
ployees Peports to the stockholders
? i:vj direct showed a great Increase ;
!:i liusi' - and a mo. i prosperous i
Tt bank 5s one of the big II
wan -i.tl institutions of the Stat". I
Hi* I'fislillcfh A mil vr r?nrT.
?I '? Planks. an hbiiuit ! citi- ,
'' 'eet:ie,) >,y all who know him.
'-?' 'da> | ii?'11 v celebrated Ills i
? illi birthday ainiver.-arv at Hs home ?
:n South S>car:.'..-c street. Mr. Clanks :
grand r -v-Tde- . f th ? irand Com- '
andei y of Knight.- T. inplar of V|r
:;:-i .. i rand s?. ary of the P..>yal
Ar.'li ?" .. i j ? * ? r Virginia anil grarfd
ret a - y of the Poyai Arcanum .'
\ irginla.
I'lrp In a llem*.
I he cvplo .on of an ? ! stove in th* '
diirooin of thr resid-nre of It. M
c"'"r: .'eft. rsoti anil Kil
? Streets, y* "tor-lav . fternoon, f.ir
a II":'- t)..-<?;> ? eni"! serious damage to
' ' i' IU| 11 ?? ! ' h roe >; i \\ ;: s II I lek -
? ' 111 t ?'.??? wil burr:!' 2 c 1 1
11 1'1 ^ * h : :11*. 1 v? ? Ko.-t unatel v. no
??? ? at ?!?.- i. ? m? . f the ew
a. and no one v.-.s hurl. The
. .1 ? ini11? - i??.i t . ; roof in tl:;
' '' l he h > i e. and there the most
?iauiaire - ,i ,? amounting to sev
il hund-..l
i - ? ? !i renieti ex -
t ti!.-!i?d the hi. ,.r> w Hi but little
njur> to i,, Int. !:..; of the house.
Iltivlitpft* anil l-'mi.
'' 'arians hail ;i ym>d time ami
i - ? it'll ciia.-'r at t: i ? ?:: piecllng list
- * ? ! ? ?: t 11*liu(? ss v. :i^ it.*.* j;.i m'a-i
">J :7'1r,t "r ??">'??<> recent!\
? <1 by t; jto: .: v . -hit. for the
?vi'iL" ,-i II< tne || 'uele.-s Ho;
1 ?????'S ? I .-It i I i?;i hail ai
?dv (.'Ml subscribed ; -|.| ? U A-.
**1 ? 'lit lii. ha i ,* i| i' e .c, ? ? 11 d be r.l iseii
1 ' i';>. ' !.a a a w c k. \ ? UffK-.-t ion
?i ^ 1,1-. t.. the club, ullb-ll ?;!?> re
??lveil with fsniir. i? at a library nui' l
1 - '??? ) ;;i i'...ural Park a- a
memo- ?? to th,. ivtershurir i-.vs i.
. ?? great war l- was ?tatcd ia til's
ii'iei I inn ? !ia t ? ?? library of !!0,(? Ma
' ,mP '-ee wi.'jl.l be Riven a way by
a ? p"V-rii!iiM?t in event the camp
illiquid yoi" be closed, and that Peters- {
? i'-. 'y !>' ? per represeiitat ion, might
? r.;l:y ?i t jios.'-e--? i,,n- flf it. Itioh
o.id. i: "aas stated, is already moving
"l t ' library. A committee was
?'-Iiiiint en l .> look into the matter an-!
laee civ aetion iicc : sarv to se- :
cue the library.
Voir* of InlrresT
,, ''!1'- u:'h the removal of
? iii.luenx.i ?i'iarantiue over the cilyj
be.'onie . Ile,'live on Mum'. ?
v ? morning, the health nuthoriile" ?
?' al?o removed the ban on tT.e mov- '
nu - p; tuiv preventing the ad
luisi-.t.ii of children under sixteen veai.
i i.. Prow ti. n ten-year-old whit
b.iy, w nn ran away from his home in
.Norfo.h. W. see something of the world
' ".ng blind on a passenger train, is:
e.nu cared for at the police Station
1 i.r er beard from.
His brief experiences have alrtadv sat
is.led lii:n With the world.
J%VL*r n man, arrest-;
eil he e for the Stafford I'ountv nil- 1
11'"li ;q "" .(ho charge of transport hi" 1
''li ^,'eei'1't-i i St:'V an automoKi
' ' v v ? i 1 ? ",af county for trial
i, X:!"Vn- formerly cashier of the
11 ink of .stony Creek, has been elected'
It i ilk of' Tt?iM ?'1,0 Kc<,'M al I-oA.I !
l?iriK. of Hultiinoro. J."* Inirnlt ?..o
cceds bin, at the Stonv Creel .-ink
A dist imruishert visitor Vn Petcr<?-'
I urtr is Hon. Seraphln Canontas. J.!
toil. " " f'^^ek-American, of Mos- j
( ,,^or7l^,::r,nVO,P f?P ?'rnno*nl
lo Hold IIookovcH llvorcUfM ul
' npifol I'cbrnnry }?.
IIV'-' Assoclnted Pre.sH.1
WAS 111 Ni I'ro.v, .r.anuarv io Me-I
wni,:. fier,vli(',\s ';or 'fbeodoro Poosevelr
Mil! I.C held at (lie f'apltoi on Pebruarv
irous'v ihJ.80 ,OM,'y I'"?"1 ii nn n I
n.ous.j l he concurrent resolution!
-dopted yesierday by the Senate flxl?2 '
he date and aulhorl/.lng committees'
I., arrange f?r the services l?,e^- i
'lent ilson. ranking government oili- |
cials and diplomats will be invited to
n'rlliM a. ' .'1f?OUf;h il is doubtful the I
time. U ' 'Vtl,rn tvom l-'nmcc ini
Pcprosentatives Kilchln. N'orlh Cam
fnV;,nr-r!i lVl'",'l,'K'v; 11:1 "<l:il 1. Call
i* ? . I'-i ? /'^vcll, .New York:.il. W
in l -r York; Schaii. .Minnesota,
i i ,t rt'm| o Pennsylvania, wero ap
pointed as the committee.
Vice-President Marshall said lie
would name the Senate commit tec af
i.er?on!.S|UV i"v' ;S<>na'or and olhor
personal friends of Colonel Poosevelt.
Sullied* of f.rnnil Dueliess ?f l.iixrin
''ur?c Would Proclaim llrpublie
Order Pre vn I Is.
M l,-ipf/ f,Ry As'"?clatrd I'rc.'s.l
nirailf' V??A la,K0 crowd
Pi lace in r.r,?.rc , n,?
Inir' il.? nit'",llll'K ?"-Uay re.,..esl
1,10 abdication of the tirand
'epu?riic v"" "U; l,r?clamation of a
I,,' . ^ coinniiltee on public safotv
m ilnVn?.? ?"<' nuiol is being I
maintained everywhere in I.uxcmlmrg I
Stomach ill
f.ij-? ?xv-"sk
Mighty-Six Virginians Among TOO
Soldiers Who Return to
Civil Life.
Senator Sterling, of South Dakota,
Will lie; Speak rr at t'amp Jjee To
Morrow Xight?Deserter Gets Ten
[Special t>> Tlic Times-Dispatch.1
CA.\II* LKK, VA., January 10.?The
class of "jso candidates oT the central
ollicers' trainimr school will l?c grad
; uated next Wednesday, tlio loth, with
ceremonies of rather more than usual
simplicity. Services of an informal na
ture will In* conducted Wednesday
| morning in the c. t). 't. S. assembly
hall, and the young officers will l>e
j addressed hy Colonel Harry Katon,
j commarir of the school. The candl
i dates will uivt* a farewell banquet at
tli" Petersburg Hotel and will prob
ably also hol(l another big "hop" as
a closing feature. Among the promi
nent candidates are. Jullcn II. Bryan,
of Princeton, who Is the author of
"Ambulance 401," New York, New Jer
sey and Pennsylvania furnish the ma
jority of the men, with several from
Virginia and West Virginia.
Five hundred central ofllcers' school
Jrnops were discharged to-day and an
additional 300 will lie released about
'lie liii:h. Thin will leave only about
-00 troops there until the final grad
ual inc: class pots: through the school
February 13.
The mustering ollice discharged thir
ty-two Penn?ylvanian. ciirhty-six Vir
clnia and fifteen West Virginia sol
diers to-day among the 700 men who
were released. Yesterday MiU men
were mustered out and about 'be same
i. imber v. Ml psi^s through the ofli-c
.Saturday. A number of men will be
svnt to posts in Western States for re
!*-.ise, as they will be out of' th?: zone
limit here.
I'Olt MKII I'ltKSinnVT
At a tribute to t>..; life and accom
plishments of The irdore Roosevelt,
former President, who died the Gth,
a memorial service will bo held .Sun
day night at the hig "V." .Major-Clen-]
r-ral Omar Bundy, camp commander,
will preside over the meeting, which
Is be;ng arranced by Thomas It. Jor
dan. camp general "V" secretary. The
principal uddre.-.s will be delivered by
Senator Thomas Sterling, of South I'.i
Uota, a friend of the late Colonel Boose- ;
volt. who will arrive at Camp Lee
Sunday morning. Music f<*r tlii: occas
ion will be furnished by the .Sixty
? ond Infantry hand, and the choir
of St. Paul's Kpiscopal Church, Pe
tersburg, will assist in the devotional
The o I lice of the Camp l-.ee Judge ad
vocate has been busy tItc past week
w:th ??ase,' of various degrees of ini
portan i , a:i i convictions were secured
?a live. The principal case was that
of Kn.*s Mcpherson, private. Company
B, First Provisional Guard and Specil
Duty Battalion, who had four charges,
aga.t:>*. hlni. The lirst count was of
be iic absent from his command from
'???tobcr 10 to O-tober l without leave,
with additional charges of stealim; an
army pistol, bell and hoh-ter, of sellin;; ,
them for *11 i'J in order to buy some;
civil:.in clot h?wi. of wearing a military,
I>i ?!5? -In.-inaia without permission at
I'.edford. Va.. and of wearing civilian
? ; .?t'.ivs while in army service, llo was
convicicd on all counts and was sen
ii-n i I to serve fifteen years in prison,
which sentence was commuted to ten
j cars. All the sentences except thoj-e
tinder one year will l?c served at l*'ort,
.i.iv. New York.
Tii.N-H'Mit si:vri:.\t io
iikiii ? ki? to i:ir;irr iiom ms
Private Arthur K. llochreiler, Com
pa ny K, I*' ft It Battalion. K*-placements'.
\\ e - on v.. led of being absent from
hi.- command from Atiqtist 11 to O
t S.-r 1 and of breaking overseas'
ituaraut inc. lie >v.is semen cd to ni've
,.-:t years, hat when his ca: c was rc
viewed tiie sentence * as commuted to
eicht months in prison with dishon
orable dis hargo front tlie array upj'i.
his release.
Private* lllyssus II Broules. Company
1!. Four Hundred and Seven: h Heserve
Labor Hatiuliott. was charged with be
ing asleep on bis post, but tills charge, j
unusual to Camp Lee, was not sub
stantiated. lit: w as convicted of hav-j
ing left his post as sentry before be-'
intr properly ? relieved and was sen-1
ten -ed t<> serve one year in prison and
receive dishonorable discharge.
Private Albert Cole, Company T5, i
Fighth Battalion. was convicted of be
ing absent from his command without
leave and of breaking' quarantine, llisl
.sentence of seven months was reduced
to six months when reviewed.
Private llorae.. Woodland. Company
C, Four Hundred and Seventh Iteserve
Labor Battalion. was convicted on the
.-hare - of having feigned u physical
disability, which would prevent him j
carrying on the usual duties of a sol-;
dier.*. He was sentenced to three years
In prison and dishonorable discharge;
from the army. Private Word Steven-1
son. Company Four Hundred andj
Seventh Iteserve l,abor Battalion, con-'
vieted of being absent without leave,!
of carrying a razor and being drunk
and disorderly, and otherwise disgrac
ing the 1'nited States uniform, was'
sentenced to six months in the guard
Most of Crew of Nor t tiumlirla. Lost
Oil" .Miilillrlirouurli, Thought to
lie Ilend
Illy Associated Press.!
LONDON. January 10.?The British
steamer Northumbria struck a mine off
Middlebrough Thursday, and it is be
lieved most of the crew was lost. A
boat with two survivors and eight dead
has been washed ashore. Four boats
which left the ship with survivors are
missing, and it is believed the boats
were swamped while attempting to
make shore.
The steamshp Northumbria was of ;
?1.21a '(ins, and was owned in Glasgow.
She was S60 feet long and was built it ;
1 POO. 1
President Slpn* Trntiftporlntion Hill.
Hiy Associated Press. I |
WASH IN?iT? ?N, January 10.?Notice |
of the signing by President Wilson in j
France of the lirst bill sent to the
White House by Congress after the!
President sailed last month. was I
cabled to-day to ' Secretary Tumulty.
It was the measure authorizing the]
payment of transportation home of j
war workers leaving tho government i
Ask any physician or druggist and ho
will tell you that the first step in the
treatment of a cold, cough, influenza
or grippo should Invariably be "a brisk
calomel purgative, preferably the
nausealess calomel, called Calotabs"
This alone is often sulllcient to break
tip a severe cold over night, or cut
short an attack of grippe and possibly
prevent pneumonia.
One Calotah on the tonguo at bed
time with a swallow of water?that's
all. No salts, no nausea nor the slight
est interference with your eating,
pleasures or work. Next morning your
cold has vanished and your entire sys
tem is purified and refreshed. Calo
tabs are sold only In orlginnl sealed
packages; prlco thirty-flvo cents. Rec
ommended and guaranteed by druggists
everywhere. Price refunded If you are
not dollghted.?Ady.
Food Office Closes
Here on January 15
Purcelly However, Will
Continue to Prosecute
Violators of Law.
, It is understood that the Federal
' food administration will practically
closo Its doors in this State on Jan
uary 10. The olllcc furniture In the
Richmond branch will be sold at pub
lic auction next Monday. Commis
sioner 1J. I,. Pureell, of the Dairy and
Koo'l Division. State Department of Ak
riculture, it is understood, will con
? Unue to be at the head of the local
department and will prosecute Infrac
tions of the food regulations.
While the offices will also be virtual
i ly closed in Staunton on the name day.
yet one man will remain in charge
to wind up the affairs and see to the
functioning and prosecutions Incident
to the administration until peace has
heen declared.
Returned Soldier* .Show (irrnt Knthun
innni r.n Tliey March A nit ore nt
.\cw|ivrt .\rui.
' t Jtv Associated Prons.l
NKWTOllT M:\VS, VA.. January 10.
?From the cold decks of the United
States ship Madawaska, which docked
lacl night to the sheltered pier, hun
dreds of limping yet shouting return
ing soldiers came swinging down the
J gangplank this morning at 8 o'clock
Brigadier-General Walter A. Harris,
of Mar-on, On., in command of the One
Hundred and Seventy-fourth Infantry
lirlcadc of t!ie Klghty-seventh Division,
wlih his two aids, was aboard.
There were six casual companies of
ir.0 men ?*aoh; about 1,200 sick and
wounded, or class l? men; about 100 of
ficers and twenty men of the head'iuar
j ters of the One Hundred and Seventy
) fourth Infantry Brigade on the ship.
Many of the officers and men had
I won dcora'ions or citations, and prac
! tically evory ;??-rn on board had "been
wounded or gassed.
One soldier, said to be sixty-five
years old. was the companion on board
j of another soldier said to he fifteen
years of age. y
Th? aids to General Harris were
Lieutenant Samuel W. M. Halle and
Lieutenant Robert 1?. Ingnnn, both i
of Savannah. C5n. They stated the
MadawasUa left France December 23,
and made a delightful trip across. The
wea'.her was balmy, and everybody
lived on deck, they said.
Brigadier-General Harris trained the
Sixty-first Infantry Brigade of the!
Thirty-first Division, the oUl Georgia i
National Guard, at ('amp Wheeler, (5a.
t'por. arrival of the division In France j
it was drawn from regularly for re- '
phi ? cinen ? r.
Many Georgia national guardsmen
were formed into the One Hundred and
Fifty-first. MacMne-Gun Bittalion. he
said, and tiiat organization fought
throuch K?nif bloody battles witty the
Rainbow Division.
General Harris wa? later transferred
to the Klshty-seventl? Division, com-!
manded by Brigadier-General \V. F. !
Martin, and placed in command of the'
<>ne Hundred and Seventy-fourth Infan-i
t.rv Brigade.
Tho Madawaska's troops marched to i
Camps Stuart ami Hill. The casuals'
will be reorganized ?nd rent to camps j
near their home ni;d the headquarters |
of the One Hundred and Seventy
fourth Brigade ill go to (.'amp Dlx.
N. J.
firenumlnncen Indicate Clever Kohbery
of S^.IO.tKitt Worth of ?l,ib
. t I5y Afsoeia'ed Pre?.? ?
CHICACJt >, January 10.?The d'sap-1
pcarum <?. of $23o,oon in Liberty bonds,
consigned 1'.'-' the First National Bank, J
iif Detroit, to the Studebaker Corpora
tion, South Bend. Ind.. remained a mys- [
tiry to-day. although the loss was,
noted January 4.
The circumstances are said to indi- '
cate a clever robbery. The bonds. |
twenty-five in number, and of $10,000
denomination, bear numbers from 23,
731 to -?n.TOS.
Tost-ollice records at South Bend are :
said to show that five registered pack-!
ages were delivered to the Studebaker;
offices January 4. The postmaster has |
live receipts purporting to show this.
Studebaker employees found four of the j
packages, hut the fifth, which con-j
taincd I lie bonds, was missing.
The postmaster is said to have ex- J
hibitcd a receipt for this package, bear- j
itig tile signature of the seventeen-;
year-old mail clerk employed by the [
corpora'.ion. The lad denied the signa^
ture was his. ;>nd insisted he had re- i
ctlved no such package.
Since then postal Inspectors have'
been at work, and the vast Studebaker'
plant has been searched from base-!
ment to roof without developing a sin
gle clue, it is said.
Overturn Adverse Committee Action.
I Oy Associated Press. 1
WASHINGTON. January 10.?Admin
istration leaders, after a canvass to -
dav of the House Rules Committee, de
cided to make another attempt to-rnor- <
row to obtain a rule for the immediate j
considei at ion of the SIOO.OQO.OOO famine
relief appropriation bill. They said
they had sufficient votes to overturn j
ihe action of the Rules Committee yes-I
terday in refusing: a favorable report. '
Hilly nnit Mil Sunday
will havo great news for you every
day ot' their six weeks' stay in Rich
mond in The Richmond Times-Dis
patch. Six "weeks' subscription. $1.35.
Nuxated Iron increases strength
and endurance of delicate, nervous,
run-down people in two weeks'
time in many Instances. It has been
used and endorsed by such men as
Hon. Leslie M. Shaw, former Secre
tary of the Treasury and lOx-Gov
ernor of Iowa; Former United
States Senator and Vice-Presiden
tial Nominee Charles A. Towne;
15. S. Commissioner of Immigration
Hon. Anthony Caminetti, also
United States Judge G. W. Atkin
son of the Court of Claims of
Washington, and others. Ask your
doctor or druggist about It.
the big new departure In selling fine
Men's and Boys' Shoos at "subway1'
Fifth and flroHd.
Aionuurue Mfg. Co.,
rent* and Main 8ti? nicHmoad Va.
Propose $U0<(,r>00 f(ir t'?c of Hie
Kurcmi of Foreign and loo
niest Ic Conunerce.
Provides for Amendment of T'tlo of
Counselor of Depart t.ient and
Substitutes That of Under-Secrc
tnry of State.
(H>* Associated Press.1
WASHINGTON'. January 10.?Aid in
extension of American foreign trade is
provided In the annual legislative, ex
ecutive and judicial appropriation bi'.l
for 1920, reported to-day to the House.
The measure carries appropriations to
talling i0C.31s,UO0, approximately I
000.000 more than the 11119 bill. |
For the expansion of America's for- |
?d??n trade, an appropriation of $905,
r.00 would he given the Uureau of l**or
> !gn an.I Domestic Commerce. The ap
propriation. which is double that piartn
in IMS. contemplates tho sending of
igeuts of the bureau throughout the
world to Investigate opportunities for
American business.
Assistance also would bo given
American llrms engaged In foreign
trade through the Htato Department,
additions being provided for tho de
partment's staff of trade advisers and
legal experts.
In providing for Stato Department
needs, the bill abolishes the title of
counselor of the department an 1 sub
stitutes tho title of Under-Secretary of
I State.
KOIt Till: 1930 CENSUS
{ The increase in appropriations car
ried by the bill is due largely to pro
[ visions for the 1920 census, the amount
| proposed for that purpose being ?JJ.
! 50.700. The other prlnolp.il increase
Is an appropriation of 52.23S.000 ovc:
; the 191 y appropriation for the Inter
nal revenue bureau.
Reductions from tho 1919 bill con
| sist mainly in elimination of mr.ny po
! sit ions croated during the war. more
I than ?t*>.onn.oo0 being cut from the War,
I Navy and State Department's pay rolls.
| Contingent expense funds of various)
' departments were cut several hundred
! thousand dollars, while military re- i
| search work by tho IUireau of Stand-!
ards is eliminated at a saving of I
| Discontinuance of the sub-Treasuries
at llaltimore. lioston. Chicago. Cincin
nati, New Orleans, New York, Phila
delphia. St. Louis and San Francisco
also reduced the appropriations
000. Development of the Federal re
serve system, in the opinian o* tho
Hnuse Appropriations Subcommittee,
has eliminated the necessity of main
taining the nub-Treasuries.
Xftr York Iloard of Kntlnmlea Ilrfutr*
Street Itillunr'fl PIe? for Ad
vance In Farea,
tny Associated Press.]
N'KW YORK, January 10.?The city j
board of estimates to-day denied the,
request of the Interborough Rapid j
Transit Company for an increase in
the faro charged on elevated and sub
way lilies, from 5 to 8 cents. Tho;
board also denied the request of the
New York Railways Company for an
increase of the. surface lines from 5 to
8 cents, and 3 cents for a transfer.
The board adopted a resolution to
tho effei-t that there appeared to be no
reason why financial burdens caused by
the war or otherwise should be shifted
j from the holders of Interborough se
I curlties to tho traveling public.
Oklahoma Lady Tells How Her
Husband Believes in Black
Draught and Uses It For
Many Ailments.
Nowata, Okla.?Mrs. W. B. Daw
son, a resident of thia place, says:
"My husband is a great believer in
Black-Draught and thinks it cures
about everything.
It is splendid for malaria, head- i
ache, constipation (which usually !
causes headache), indigestion, or any :
kind of stomach trouble, and we .
Just keep it for these troubles. 1
don't know when we haven't used it,
and we always find it satisfactory.
I know it lias done us both a lot
of good and saved us many dollars.
1 use it in teaspoon doses at first
and follow with small doses, and it
sure does make a person feel like
it cleanses the liver better than ,
any other liver tonic I have ever
used, and after taking a thorough
course nature asserts itself and you
are not left in a constipated condi
tion that follows a lot of other active
medicines. This is ono thing I like
especially about It."
For over 70 years Thed ford's
Black-Draught has been in uso for
many simple ailments and today is a
recognized standard remedy in thous
ands of family medicine chests. It
will pay you to keep Black-Druught
in tho bouse for use when needed.
Your druggist sells it.?Adv.
Pnaaeuger nnri Cargo Service*
Caronla Jun. 550
Ordumi Feb. U
Orinnn Jan. 1, Feb. 0
Pannonia Feb. 7
? 1 State Street* New York.
Or l.ociil Agent*.
|| The Richmond j|
|| Transfer Co. ||
!; General European Steam- !;
I; ship Agents. ? j|
j: ::
;j Phono Randolph ISO. |j
c//uJjfiimer Jivotfie
100 Pairs 54x76 Fine
Pearl Gray
Cotton Blankets
Tlio very thing for boarding
houses and people using sin
gle beds; very heavy and nice
in appearance. Regular price,
$6.48; special (or this sale,
$4.50 Pair
100 Pairs
60x76 Nashua Gray
Cotton Blankets
Regular $3.75 valuo; special
for thi3 sale,
$2.50 Pair
100 Pairs .50x72
Single Bed, Gray
Cotton Blankets
Regular $3.00 Blankets. The
whole cost of these Blankets
is $2.10. Special for this sals,
$1.75 Pair
100 Pairs
60x76 Gray and Tan
Cotton Blankets
Regular $5.00 number,
cial forthia sale,
$2.98 Pair
70x80 Heavy
Wool Finished White
Blue and Pink boftderB; Whit*
Sale price,
$8.50 Pair
Where Can I Find Relief From
v- t-vvcy
Itching, Terrifying Eczema?
This Question Is Ever on the
Lips of tlic Afflicted.
Kcsema, Tetter, Erysipelas, and
other terrifying conditions of the skin,
are deep-seated .blood diseases, and
applications of salves, lotions and
washes can only afford tepnporary re
lief, without reaching the real seat of
the trouble. But Just because local
treatment lias done you no good, there
Is no reason to despair. You simply
have not sought the proper treatment,
that in within your reach.
Von have the experience of others
who havo suffered as you have to guide
you to a prompt riddance of blood and
skin diseases. No matter how terrify
ing the Irritation, no matter how un?
bearable the itching and burning of
the Bkin, S. S. S. will promptly reaeh
the scat of the trouble and forev#if
rout from the blood every trace of the'
disease, just as it has for others who
have suffered as you have: This gran^
blood remedy has ben Used for mora
than fifty years, and you hav* only,
to give it a fair trial to be restored to
perfect health.
Our chief medical adviser _ is!
tuthorlty on blood and skin disorders;
and ho will take pleasure in givinc
you such advice as your individual
:aee may need, absolutely without,
sost. Write to-day, describing your.
:aso to Medical Department, Swijtl
Specific Co., 434, Swift Laboratory.
Atlanta, Ga.?Adv.
J usta Little Under
the Price"
There are times when
you'd better look with sus
picion on goods priced lower
| than good quality permits.
There's no trick about mak
ing clothes; good fabrics
cost a certain amount. If
fi you pay a little under the
| price, you're pretty likely to
get something under quality,
f: You can afford it, espe
v daily in clothes buying, be
* aause clothes have a value be
| yond just a covering for the
body, they're part of your
business force.
Better be sure of quality.
Hart, Schaffner & Marx
Burk's Own Make
Specially Priced at
$18, $20, $2
$30, $35,
The Home of Hart, Schaffner

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