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'UNIVERSITY TRUSTEES
Associate Professors at Waslilngton
and Iico Will Receive 91,COO
Under N w Plan.
l'ARMERS ARK ORGANIZING
Those of Rockingham Form Associa
tion to Raise Hogs?Oilier News
Notes From Various Parts of
Stato of Virginia.
[Special to Tho Times-Dispatch.]
LEXINGTON, VA., January 21.?
Recognition ot tho increased cost ot
living has been made- l>y tho board of
trustees of Washington and l_cc Uni
versity in raising, at least temporarily,
Iho salaries of all professors and as
sociate professors to tho maximum pro
vided for each class, normally attained
after fifteen years of service. The
salaries of associate professors (gen
erally have been lixed at $1,000. while
those of all lull professors have been
made i2,ouo instead of being at rales
varying irom jloo to $300 below tins
ligure.
Among other appropriations made at
the regular semiannual meeting of the
trustees was 57,000, to bo used for im
provements to the athletic Held and
tennis courts of the university. This
is in :ine with plans of the Washing
ton and Ree authorities to provide four
years' compulsory training for all stu
dents beginning with the present ses
sion. '
Gymnaaluiu l'rume Hurnn.
Ij Y NCI 1 UN HO. VA., January 21.?The
frame gymnasium at the Virginia lipis
copal School lor boys, located several
macs from Rynchburg, was ourned this
morning, entailing a loss of about 53,
ooo. Vne lire caugnt from a healing
stove in tlie struoiurc. The gym was
lorinerly a temporary building used
by 'the 1', W. C. here and when that
association began the erection ot a
new nomc, the building was moved to
ilh school grounds to be used a.\ a
? einporary gym. it was sulllciently far
from the scnooi buildings not to injure
the other equipment.
Organize Hog Aanoclnf Ion.
HARRISON UL'RG, January 21.?Not
to bo outdone by the Valley Stock
I men's Association and oilier similar
) organizations about them, tho farmers
. ol Rockingham, who are interested in
\ uuroo hogs', met in this ?-;ty yesterday
Jul the tall of County Agent \V. S.
Camptieid and organized under the
name of the Kockingiiam Duroc llrced
ers' Association. C. W. Wampler was
/elected president of the association; K.
) J. Suter, C. F. llolsinger and C. 10. Rong,
' lirst, second and third vicc-pre.stdcn>s
respectively, and John Gardner. sec
retary and treasurer.
Arrnt Youth for ??I.lftlna."'
, L.YNC1IUUKG, VA., January 21.?
Robert Hawkins. a sixteen-year-old
colored boy, is under arrest charged
with snatching a purse from Mrs. 11.
J 1*. Thornhill ia.s*. Thursday n:ght. Ac
cording to the police, the accused lias
' confessed to the robbery, but he claims
I he did not have time to extract the
j checks and money, valued at some
thing over $ 100, before two policemen
got so close upon him that he had to
. 'hrow the purse away. Hawkins said
he threw the purse into a vacant lot.
>11 was found there Saturday by another
negro, who turned it over to trio po
lice. The purse a( that time contained
nothing.
Kdllor Telia of Untile
WINCIIKSTKR, VA., January 21.?
Mrs. H. L. Ople, of Staunton, has re
ceived a letter from her husband. Ma*
t||or Ople, of the One Hundred and
iilxteenth Infantry, stating that he had
"been discharged from a oase hospital
In France, after being under treatment
J nearly two months, lie was wounded
twice in the hand in the attack on
the Uoise do Grande -Montague, near
Verdun on October 10. Writing of his
kbatialtlon. he :;atd: "We toon nearly
ki many prisoners as we had men in
? tlon. We took over 500 tho tlrst
iy of the big light?mostly Austrian*,
Uvfver, ami not very good. lighters,
.'e did not do so well when we hit
^ne Saxons and Brandenburgers."
I)lea in I'rnniij h nnla.
HARRISONBURG, January 21?
News was received by relatives in Har
risonburg of the death of I'erry S.
lKvers in the Mennonlte Home in Sou
ideton, I'a., at the ago of sixty-two
Ij/ears. 11c was a former res id en ?. of
Lhis county. Surviving are one son,
a. A. Evers, of I'reston. W. Va , and
one daughter, Mrs. Minnie 11. Miller,
faf near Greenmount.
Todd Clime From Wineliealer.
WINCHESTER, VA., January 21.?
Jcorge C. Todd, who lias been mentioned
las a probable successor to Attorney
7Gon oral Gregory when tho latter's
(resignation becomes effective, is a
(resident of New York, but also main
[ tains a home in Virginia. He was in
[charge of the Hog Island shipyard in
vestigation, and is understood to have
been recommended for the attorney
generalship by Mr. Gregory.
Provide Home* For Orphnnn.
BRISTOL. VA.. January 21.?Uristol
and a number of near-by towns have
provided for 120 French orphans, ac
cording to reports on the campaign.
Fifty orphans were adopte.l at Ablng
ton, ten at Wytheville. seven at Mar
tinville. fourteen at l'ulaski, four at
Damascus, two ut Konnarock, two at
Etnory and six in Uristol.
IVnmnn Hit ten by Dog.
LYNCHBURG. V. .. January 21.?
Mrs. A. O. Barrow was bitten severely
by a supposedly mad dog to-day. She
was attacked at her home on Fort 11111,
and with her clothing badly torn from
her and a large piece of flesh torn
from her body, she went to the tele
phone to give the alarm at the Thorn
HERE'S RELIEF
FOR YOUR COLD!
Dr. King's New Discovery helps
to brlnur the (Lesired
quick rpHcf -
It holds^a reenrfl of fifty continuous
years cfj re/ioying?promptly and
pleasantly-ptli^ Usual winter colds,
coughs, aiyl l^'rorirhinl attacks.
It holds ^ a following pf armies of
regular use>fi_i? whoso ifamlly tnedi
cinc cabinets l?r. King's New Discov
k ery is tho watchword ijor cold and
? ough correction.
B Sold by druggists everywhere. 60c
Mnd SI.20. J
pThe Boon of JtejruJar Rowels;
?the health-promoting properties of
active bowels, thoso arc l yours whop
you occasionally take I>r. King's New
Life Pills. Keep tho stomach swoet,
the breath untainted, tho system
cleansed. Gentle but positive In ac
tion. Sold everywhere, 25c.?Adv.
Old Reliable Jewelers
Watch, Clock ant/Jewelry
Repairing. , ?
SCHEERyfe SON
' KMabllaHoR 1SH7.
1411 Ea?t .Inln Street.
hlH Wagon Works, in which direction
she saw tho canine headed. Several
other persona wore bitten by the dog.
Ulanchfleld Indicted.
WINCHESTER, VA? January 21.?
After an all-day session, the city
grand Jury to-day Indicted C. II.
Blanchfleld and John Tyson for trans
porting liquor Into the State in excess
of tho amount allowed by law, and
Roger Wesley for bootlegging.
LAUNCHES GREAT MOVE
TO DEVELOP WATERWAYS
jipl VnUcy Anaodntlon Vr?'?
^IIIII.IHIO.OIKI Appropriation tor
l-'ar-Hcncliliig l'rojcct.
ST. L.O' IS, January 21.?The M!?
s'lvlppl Valley Waterways Ajjj.-l?t'.jn
Punched I'c campaign to-uay to urg?
a i, > e:\nnent appr ? >. iaU'-r. o' approxi
mately $.100,000,000 for the develop
ment of all inland waterways through
out tlie United Mates. Of this amount
$160,000,000 will be required for tho
Mississippi and Its tributaries, James
10. Smith, president of the aaosclatlon,
said.
The | 'an of the association con
templates a twelve-foot channel from
St. Louis to New Orleans and a nlnc
foot channel from hero to St. Pain,
Minn. The plan also contemplates
the improvement and operation of the
Tennessee, Ohio, White, Illinois, Mis
souri, Red and Arkansas rivers.
A delegation of 200 prominent busi
ness men of the Mississippi Valley will
bo appointed to attend the National
Rivers and Harbors Congress in Wash
ington February 5, C and 7.
METHODISTS DISCUSS GREAT
MISSIONARY UNDERTAKING
Plan to llnlxr $ 11.",,000,000 for Conver
nlon of World in Next Five
Year*.
!
If n>- Associated Press.!
CHICAGO, January 21.?The Joint
centcnary connnutee of the Methodist
j Church began to-day the consideration
of plans for a great missionary and
educational campaign which falls for
the raising of $115,000,000 in the next
live years. Five millions of this sum
will be required to restore damaged
church property and interests in Bel
gium. France and Italy, it is calculated,
$10,000,000 will go to home missionary
work and a like sum to the foreign
field, Including Europe, and $30,000,000
for '-durational work. The meetings,
attended by representatives from all
over the country, arc expected to end
to-morrow.
FOR GRAY AND KHAKI
MollpTood Memorlnl Association Rec- |
onimrndn That Mny 30 Hr> Ob
served in Honor of Heroes.
The Hollywood Memorial Association, '
| of which Mrs. Norman V. Randolph is j
president, went on record at the meet
I ing yesterday in a resolution rerom- |
I mending that May .10 be observed as |
, a memorial day for the heroes in gray !
and khaki, jointly, who fought in dif- j
fercnt periods of American history for
a cause which they each believed to
be Just and right.
Writ o! Error Granted.
The Virginia Supreme Court of Ap- |
pea!s yesterday granted a writ of error
?nd supersedeas to George W. Ed- 1
wards, who was found guilty in the ,
Circuit Court of Pittsylvania County
o( grand larceny and sentenced to four
years in the Slato Penitentiary. Ed
wards was accused of stealing $762
from the agent of the Southern Rail
way at Sycamore.
ICxaminlnK Applicants.
Yesterday Major Ernest C. L?evy, Di
rector of Public Welfare, began his
examination of candidates for appoint
ment ;ts manager of the City Employ
ment Bureau. Those who applied for
the office were E. S. Samson. E. C.
Conway. John Amrhein, J. Taylor Cur
tis and W. 1\ l/>aman.
Church TrnstefH Named.
Minutes of the proceedings of the j
Circuit Court show the appointment by j
the court of the following trustees for '
the Grace Methodist Episcopal Church:
J. L. Butler, Herman Pollard, R. Archer 1
Rowlett.
No Quorum at Railroad Ifearlag.
i I'y Associated Press.]
WASHINGTON, January 21.?Hear- i
ings on the railroad situation before
the Senate Interstate Commerce Com- I
mittec were postponed to-day until to
morrow owing to the failure of a '
quorum.
At the Movies
ODKON?KIrIc Ker?u?on and Ku
Krue O'llrlen, In "I'nder the Green
rruod Tree."
11IJOU ? Mna Myron, In "The
Dub."
COI.O.XIAL?Viola Duna, In "The
Gold tureX
ISIS?'The Mirth of n Nation,"
VICTOR?"The Submarine Bye."
IILVBOIRD?Knrlc William* and
Grnrc Uarmond, In "The Girl In the
lloane."
BBX?Rot Stetvnrt, la "The Devil
Dodger."
Double Colonial Jllll.
At tho Colonir.l to-day and to-mor
row will be found ono of tho best
double bills of tho season, Including
Viola Dana in "The Gold Cure," a rol
licking farce comedy drama, and Mack
(Ambrose) Swain, America's new 250
pound Douglas Fairbanks, in "Her
i Kirst Knight." a riotously funny
! comedy creation, being one of the fa
j mous half-miilion-doilar Kox Sunshine
| comedy spocials. "The Gold Cure'' is
a sparkling, scintillating story of a
'"manlesB" town, wherein many funny
| things happen.
What In a Dnlif
"What is a dub? That is a question
; often ivskod. The answer will be found
I at the Bijou to-day and to-morrow,
where Wallace lteid will bo seen in
1 "Tho Dub," the story of a man sup
posed to be a "dub." but who proved
himself to be a great dr>al of a man
; after all. It is based upon the adven
| tures of a "dub," who becomes mixed
I up with a gang of business crooks.
I Many things happen, all making a gin
| gery picture. On tho same hill an
I other Mutt and JefT comedy cartoon and
I a special Outing Chester will be pre
sented as extra offerings.
Kamoun 1'roductlon Return*.
Richmond likes "The Hirth of a Na
tion." This is shown by the crowded
Houses at the Isis this week, whore D.
W. Griffith's famous spectacle is being
shown in a return engagement of one
week. The story is founded upon the
reconstruction period in the South af
ter the war, and is historically correct,
furnishing two and one-half hours ofi
thrilling entertainment. No prettier |
Mothers!
Watch tho tongue of your young I;
Clean tho clogged-up places!
33rmg joy to little faces!
Kiddies will eat and smile,
"When you do away with bile.
Careful mothers o'er the land
Always keep Cascarets at hand.
Children think them dandy?
They are mild cathartic candy.
Cascarets sell for a dime;
They "work" every time.
Wh&r-trtShila has a coated tongue,
tainted bre&th or is bilious, consti
pated, feverish, or full of cold, give
Cascarets. Children gladly tako this
harmless candy cathartic which thor
oughly cleanses their little atomachs,
livers and bowels without griping.
Each 10 cent box of Cascarets contain
directions for dose for children agec
one year and upwards.
spectacle than the cull and assembly
of the Ku Klux Klan has over been i
produced. Nailmova, in "Eye for Eye.'
will be shown at the Isls next week.
Vnderara I'leturen Ilramlful.
Virginia has reason to bo proud of
the Williamson brothers, of "Norfolk,
discoverers of the inverted periscope,
with which underwater pictures are!
made. This device has enabled its own- .
era to bring' to the surface the most]
beautiful scenes from old ocean's i
depths. Imaginable. Cleverly worked
Into the many bewitching scenes in I
Davy Jones's locker is a romance, |
which sustains and heightens the in
terest In the picture G*?raldlno Kar
rar In "The Hell Cat" is the attraction
for next week.
Double Hill nt Odeou.
Elsie Ferguson and Eugene O'Brien
are the co-stars in the Odeon's leading
attraction to-day. this talented duo of
screen stars appearing together In
"Under the Greenwood Tree." an Art
craft production. bein? the plcturiza- ,
tion of one of the biggest recent stage
successes. On the same bill ;i Ford
Weekly of new and Interesting world
events will be shown. To-morrow
brings Ethel Clayton in "A Soul With
out Windows" and a double bill follows
Friday and Saturday.
Knrl Wllllnm* nt the Illncblrd.
Earl Williams, one of photoplay's
most polished and popular stars, is
Try Making Your Own
Cough Remedy
Yon can Mve about (!, and bare
? better rrmr<ij than the ready
made kind, fatilj done.
If you combined the curative proper
lies of every known "ready-made cough
remedy, ^yoit probably cutild not pet as
much, "real curative power as there is in
this simple home-made cough syrup,
which is easily prepared in a few "min
utes.
Get from any druggist 2\'j ounces of
Pinex, pour it into a pint bottle and |
fill tho bottle with syrup, using either
plain granulated sugar sjrup, clarified
molasses, honey, or corn syrup, as
desired. The result id a full pint of
reallv better cough syrup than you
could buy ready-made for three times
the money. Tastes pleasant and never
spoils. ' "s.
. This Fine* and Syrup^preparation gets
right Affile Oau.'e of Jrcouah and giv-9
almost'immediate roffef. It loosens the
pblegmA stops 'the Aiasty throat ticklc .
and iu-aii the ,sore,(irritated*membranes
so gently and easi\v that It ia really j
astonishing. / \
A day's use vrill uiroallr' overcome the
ordinary <jpugh and for bronchitis. I
croup, whooping cough and bronchial !
asthma, tjiere is nothing better.
Pinex is a most valuable concentrated '
compoup'd of genuine Norway pine ex
tract, and has been used for generations
to brejlk up severe coughs.
To avoid disappointment, ask your
druggist for "2'A ounces of Pinex" with j
full directions, and don't accept anything
else. Guaranteed to give absolute satis
faction or money promptly refunded. ,
The Pinex Co., Ft. Wayne, Ind.
? A d v. '
Cause of Stomach!
Sickness
ITntt to Ilelieve Stomnch T)latrraa In a
Kew Minu(n?Money Hack If Treat
ment Dora Not Overcome Any
Form of IniliRreation.
Tf you feel as though there was a
lump of lead at the pit of the stomach,
take a couple of Mi-o-na stomach tab- .
lets and In five minutes you should see ;
that all stomach distress has vanished, j
If you belch gas, have heartburn or
sour stomach, you need Mi-o-na. If
your stomach feels up-aet the morning
after the night before, take two
Mi-o-na tablets and see how quickly
you get relief.
If you have shortness of breath, pain
in the stomach, waterbnraii or foul
breath, you l/eed M1-o-nty and the
sooner you gat it. /the sjoner your
stomach should perform/ its duties i
properly. \ /
If you use a box of Mfo-na tablets ?
and feel that it has not overcome your!
indigestion or stomach trouble, take,
the empty box to your dealer and he
will refund your money. For sale by
Tragic Drug Co. and all leading drug
gists.?Adv.
- - - - ? ? ? ? ? ?????????????
BIG FUR SALE
CONTINUES AT
WHITLOCK'S
315 East Broad Street
Our Assortment Was So Large We Still Have "Something For You."
NOTE THESE PRICES
Colored Fox Scarfs, were $30.00, now. .$20.00
Colored Fox Scarfs, were $35.00, now.. $25.00
Colored Fox Scarfs, were $40.00, now.. $30.00
Colored Fox Scarfs, were $50.00, now.. $37.50
Black Fox Scarfs, were $40.00, now.... $30.00
Black Fox Sscarf s, were $45.00, now.... $35.00
Black Fox Scarfs, were $65.00, now $50.00
Black Fox Scarfs, were $75.00, now $00.00
Black Lynx Scarfs, were $27.50, now. .,$18.00
Black Lynx Scarfs, were $35.00, now... $25.00
Natural Lynx Scarfs, were $55.00, now.$37.50
Brown Lynx Scarfs, were $40.00, now.. $25.00
Natural Lynx Scarfs, were $65.00, now. $50.00
Natural Lynx Scarfs, were $95.00, now.$70.00
Natural Lynx Scarfs, were $100, now. .$70.00
Taupe Lynx Scarfs, were $100.00, now. .$75.00
Jap Cross Fox Scarfs, were $32.50, now.$20.00
Pointed Fox Scarfs, were $60.00, now. .$45.00
Pointed Fox Scarfs, were $70.00, now.. $50.00
Pointed Fox Scarfs, were $60.00, now.. $40.00
Pointed Fox Scarfs, were $65.00, now. .$45.00
Pointed Fox Scarfs, were $90.00, now.. $67.50
Red Fox Scarfs, were $32.50, now $15.00
Gray Fox Scarfs, were $20.00, now $10.00
WHITLOCK'S
Assorted Color Fox Sets, sold up
to $100.00, now $55.00.
These are exceptional values.
Nutria Muffs, sold up to $25.00,
now $12.50.
Wolf Sets, Taupe only, sold up to
$65.00, now $12.50. ..
Seal Muffs, sold up to $25.00,
now $15.00.
Itussian Sable
Squirrel Collarettes, sold up to
$80.00, now $18. "
Fox and Wolf Muffs 3-2 Regular
Pricc.
Georgette Fur-Trimmed Cape,
for Evening Wear, $15.00.
If It's Furs Come to
US
favored with oik* of the strongest roles .
of his screen career In the fascinating]
mystery romance, "The CJirS in His|
House." adapted from the book l>y the
same name, ami which is th?* feature
at th?> Bluebird to-day. Beautiful Grace
IJarmond. who by her beauty and grace
captivated tiie hearts of all who saw (
her last week, appears again as lead- \
ing lady. A Big V comedy and Screen 1
Telegram? are the added attractions.
Gladys l^sllc, Vltacaph's Sunshine
star, in "Mating," will be the attrac
tion for to-riorrow and Friday.'
Clinrlenlmi Asnln ??Flu" Stricken
(By AK*oclntc?l I'ress. 1
CHARLESTON. S. O.. .January CI ?
All officers and men of the navy ,--'ta
Popular
New Records
Bo sure to come to Moses' for
your Victrola Records. We al
ways have every popular Record
< in the catalog that the factory
can supply. Following is a list
of the most popular new Records.
Come in and hear them; you'll be
sure to want one or two.
No. G1T91 (price, SI.00)?"When
Von Come Back," sung by John
McCormack.
No. <51 aty. (price. $1.00)?"The
Blue Bird," sung by Klsie
Baker. '
No. 18000 (double-faced, 85c) ?
"Mary Fox tfYot" and "Rock
a-Bye. Baby," Fox Trot?both
played by Smith's Orchestra.
No. 1S400/(double-faced, 85c) ?
"Good Bye Alexander Fot Trot''
ami "Waters of Venicq Waltz."
both duets, violin andydccor
deon.
No. 18510 (double-faced, S5c) ?
"Good Morning. Mr. Zip," sung
by Fields, and "When Tony
Goes Over the Top," sung by
Murray.
No. <5157 (double-faced, $1.00) ?
"You'll Always Find a Little
Sunshine in the V. M. C. A.,"
sung by Lambert Murphy, and
"The Americana Come," sung
by Werrenrath.
Call and hear these new ones
if you can. or phone Madison 1020
and we will send them up.
Walter D.Moses&Co.
10.1 10AST nnOAI) STREET.
OldcNt MuMe limine in Virginia
and A'. C.
tinned here wore forbidden to attend
theaters or other public meetings In
Charleston because of the Intluensa
situation by an order Issued to-day by
Kear-Admlral lieatty. commander of
/
the Sixth Xaval Dlntrlet. There wa*
also talk among city health' officers of
roimposln?r the bail on public meet
ings which whs made necessary lant
fall by the epidemic.
"They Look to You For Help"
American Relief Week?Don't Forget
To-Day's Attractions From the
Mill End Sale
In the Basement
The purpose of the Mill End Sale is to strengthen the position
of our Bargain Basement as a money-saving institution.
Short Lengths and Small Lots of seasonable merchandise
bring you great savings.
Fine Percales 9
?36-inch Shirting Percales
cx\ra good quality; worth
30c a yard
of
25c
Apron Gingham
?Mill ends, featuring assorted
chocks of usual -9c grado 24c
for only
Outing Flannel
?Heavy 39c grade in stripes and
checks. Mill End Sale Ol
prico OAU
85c Ginghams
?Solid Blue and Fancy Stripes in
those Shirting Patterns; 27?c
35c Longcloth
?Famous English J>ongcloth
soft finish, yard wide, now
priced
with
21c
Fine Dimities
?Assorted grades in these Irish
Dimities, worth to 45c a yard,
India Linons
?Mill Ends ranging to 10 yards,
worth 35c a yard, are now -J
priced
Shirt Madras
jr-Thl3 36-inch White Madras la in
assorted stripes?40c qual
ity at .'
28c
Ttliddy Blouses
?Broken lots, consisting of $1.00
values, now being closed out 59c
Pillow Cases
?42x36 Inches in size, 40c values,
mado from mill ends of ma- 1 Q_
terial lUt.
$7.00 Blankets
?Wool finish, 11-4 size?merely
because they are a little
soiled
$5.25
$1.00 Pillows
?Covered with good fancy ticking,
filled with clean feathers?
79c
Skirtings
?High grade 75c White Skirtings?
Gabardines, Poplins and /IO*?
Piques
Pajama Checks
?Heavy grades worth 39c a yard
in mill lengths. Now per 0*7^
yard ?ii\r

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