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I Mr?. Alfred Randolph and htr little
? ' glnjer, Virginia, arrived In Rich*
I'1 nd Saturday t<> bo tlio gucsta of
H' former's parents. Mr. and Mrs.
I-1 iiqh It. I'ace, ;it 1113 Orovo Avenue.
I' hi extended ntay. Mr. Randolph
? i inn hou. Alfred Randolph, Jr., tiro
9 Norfolk for :i brief stay with Mr.
? ' ndolph'it mother and ulsters before
I ni; lus family hore. Mr. and Mrs.
I dolph nml their children* have just
I <>d from ISiiKland to spend some
I' e in this country with relatives and
H: .'ids.
I i ripti t WrildlnK.
I w&ldlng of much Interest to so
I' ? ' y in Virginia and Mnrylund will
? ' place in 11. ?* la to winter, when
I Phoebe ttlliott, Randolph, daugh
? of Dr. Robert L. Randolph and
? ' lute Mr*. Randolph, and a grand
? ightcr of the late Bishop and Mrs.
I ; lolpli. of Virginia, will be married
? ltuli(wln Day Sullmun, son of General
a 'I Mr?. Baldwin Day Spilman, of
I'' irrenton, Va. Mr. Spllman, who is
I ? ember of tho anibulanuo corps, lias
? < ? ? -ii on active duty overseas, and Is
I' cpeeled to arrive Iti this country In
I near future, when the date for the
? wedding will be selectcfl.
I Mrs. Randolph and her two Bisters,
? Airs. Noj'borne Berkeley, whose hus
Iband, Captain IIRi'Ki ley, *1"mr?-?' llun
Idred anil Thirteenth Field A'rtlllery, in
?how overseas, and Miss Anne Stuart
III.?n dolph, are jiow hero with their
If.'ithir at his homo on I'ark Avenue,
? lliilf imorc, havinir trlven 'Jp their
Ip'ositiopa in Washington, where they
I have all Ihrct boon engaged in gov
ernment work.
? < InrKe?II ult'liiiiNnit.
H A marriage of interest Is that of
? '' Ruth ' L. Hutchinson, of ltl< h
?moiid, and l,leutenant M. Jerome
?Clarke, of Owensboro, Ky.. which took
? place on Saturd; at noon in the home
I the bride. The ceremony was per
? fortned by Rev. James W. Morris. .l?
? i'. rector of Monumental Kplscopal
R The hride wore n mode.ut gown of
I: ?ipr vuiour with hat to match and a
?corsage of orchids. Miss Prances Aline
? Robertson, niece of the l?ri? I, was
? ' ing-bearer and only attendant. Owing
? to a recent bereavement In the bride's
? family only the Immediate families
? and a few friends were present.
? Immediately after tin- wedding Lleu
? tcnant and Mrs. M. ,1. Clarke left for
? ?' Northern trip, and will mnke their
? )">nif in Kittle Rock, Ark., where the
? gtoom in stationed.
? At the Woman's Club.
? A brilliant audience will Iii< the
?"Woman's Club this afternoon w> hear
?John Ivendriek Hang's glvo his lecture
?on "J.iyh' and Shade in the Land ?>!'
?Valor." The Iccturo begins promptly
I.it t o'clock. Mrs. L I. Lewis chair
Iman of the afternoon. The usual in
Itoimai reception w^ll follow the pro
I ^ ra in.
| Wednesday afternoon ;it 4 o'clock
I.M r.- William Asher will address the
? members "i the ??:ui? Mrs. Chiles M.
?Fcrrcll is chairman of the event
I viirnciiic < barlIy l.irnt.
? An attractive charity entertainment
I?,H he given Tuesday afternoon at
I '? o'i lot k at ti.-- residence ? ! Mrs
111. B Litchford ? 1 I West Ora Strei
I under ... ..u; . ? .-l: ? Llghtfoot
I' iiflf ??! K l n U 1 Mtiifiit >:rs, Mr-; Hat
It Belle (Jresham will give /v read
I suitable for grown {?????;?!? and <. II*
l< and a : program been
I ranged. Tin affair is for the pur
lji'>?" of raising funds for the B< lie
lairyan Day Nursery and a French or
? phan
I The circel included Its membersh ?>
Isotne oi t !>? most prominent women In
IJtichmonri,. .<. have foi many years
Ihi-en active ;n various charities, lie
I: .upplyiiig garments (ot t}i<- ??m!
Ic ? 11 of Ltelle Bryan Day Nursery
? ih" circle ha* cared for two leper chll
?<:tin India and last yeat adopted
l.i ?.ir orphan.
lil'iHis for Mr, mill Mr*. Sunday.
? '| ,,,. Secretary of the Navy and Mrs.
|J|esephus Daniels will entertain at din
? tier this evening in I on >i il Itev NV 11
ll'.am Sunday and .Mr Sunday, who
? will be Washington for ?> brie'
I 1" ?
|.>|!i'"i \Vcddliicl
|> The marriage of Miss Lottie Con
I I'endh of tills ? it .?inl
? ank .1 Saunders, also of Richmond,
lu..r; celebrated Thursday evening at
It;, home of tho ofllclatlng minister,
? i.. ;: Ctibs n. of Broadus
Ijniemorlal Baptist Church. Those jires
I (??? i (.? the ceremony Mr and
I ,i i; Hawks theli ><?:
I ward llawkt P II. Saunders and M ?
l.i w. Brown Mr and Mrs. tii-.uu-;- rs
f i? ill make their liome in thta city
? >\ Jilu*?l iiiiitnin*..
I A pretty wedding was cele
? brated Sat irday at .:igh noon was tho
|iharrlag< >lisa \nn< Kranklln Cum
ininti oI t and Ben s.i in In B.
M hite, of :?> ;iuii:oii. 1'in i-eremony
lord; plaic :n tin- imtnc of I '?r n I, ?"
parentK. / Mr an I Mi ? "? Winti'-UJ
< ijinmin.'. and was t.??rfnrmed t ? ??
:;<v. };. II i'otth The Id.ile wore .i
li.rl: iiinc tra%?-Mits s j t wtiii 1 it and
- r.vrs to til.-.: b. a id her i >wers were
? I .ji p'.i- orchid.' The lir:d< : ? Iy a1 -
'tMidant was lier .- ?rr, M ?..<?- I'ra-d.i
? jpimins. as nt;-.i<l of hotiot, in? wor?
?.?own of sr.iy georpi :<? .t---.e. and
i arried i>ink :;v. e< t p.-as i.t> atenani
... I White, I " tl 111 .1 > t a 11 . Navy. ?,i"
U'ashinstori V>..?thci- ol tlu ^rootn.
j, i id a I > e. i. man.
Mis. White ha' for "he pas! three
J. jr ? hern .1 tneinli' i of : le i.i. ully ot
Stat ? Normal ?'.?>!!? ue .i! Harrison
|. | !, and 111 ?anno:.na in. nt i <>1
j ill interest throughout liiis Stale
,..? I North i'a fill ina S, ?? is a ib-scrn
(riant Of ' icnf fal 1 * i ? ? e s t. of the
tA^intls ??licketi's P^lKad"." North
< irolina, during toe War Between the
? .tes. and of t ie late (A-iiovi rn<?r
N sh, a.lso of North <'arolina. ^
"dr White ;s a yradoiite of IPanit>
-Sidney <'oiese and of Columbia
I . versity. iinil is a :...n of l li^ l;n,?
.1 tj It;o and Mrs. Mead White, of Staun
Out of town itues s attending were
Mr. and M> I*red l^ranklin, of Nor
;:k; Mr. and Mrs I! I.eslle, w.ish
: ^'toit ;.Mi:.i Mary Ho.^ aan, of llarri
. nhurg: J. W. Biackbtirn. of Harrison
. pk ; Mr: l.evin l?i\is. of Baltimore;
M s>; Lille Belle l>if,ho|>. of St. I.ouis.
iHugii S. I'limtnins. ol Kinston, N. i *. .
I>r. and Mrs. John Nicolas of Harri
t onhurg. ittfi I .ietitena lit John White.
I nited" States Navy. ,,{ Washington.
Mr. and Alrs._ White will make, their
lir,;ne in New York i'ity.
?^larried i" W'nsliiii^ton.
The marriage of Miss Klsie M. Miller
;i nd Hampden Collier, imth of this
city, was cciohrateii >n Washington
on'Thursday. February 6.
llenefit llniiro.
<"ino of the events of February It.
Valentine evening. Is a masquerade
1 ill to be given by iilie llichlatul I'ark
Catholir Cinb at the Iv'k ?' Home, cor
ner of Kleventh and Marshall Streets.
There will lie prizes given for Hie best
eo; t times.
IN \M> <?l '!' Ol'' TOWN.
Mr? .Inrnrs f;!l!i:m and ii^r sinall son
1 r.f:rn. I to their home hi t.j nehl>ur?.
I ; ,,. |- vi-U l<? the foi iie-r'a parents at
V \ir.
Mr-- M. IV Rlnnm ami lier dn UK liters.
. Se|>nie and Ilhoda. left Saturday tor nil
I ,-Ai-T.il' 'I triji North.
WOM UN'S M Ki: r'lN(.S.
>\>d'nemlny evenlns at x o'cloek at Mmui
I; |.'.l'-o|,a I t'liui-eli, Mr-. William
\ ,i will "ne.il; to tlm weilien of the
, ,, (.it K-iiioa and their (rieiulc.
?I MiHsionarv Society of (iraee-rove
, i I'huro'i will nieft T-te<?day ;it 12 noon
1 - ,i special prayer Nervier for forelgti
,, , tind for lh?' review < f the mission
u - i- hook. "The Women Workers of the
i'., Miss fiirrle l.ef t'iinlpln>|l will
, , . ? the hook, and Mrs. W. le l{ey
,. ,.,'u .it..I Iter delighters will entertain the
^niK-iV with some Incldoilts of Kore.'in home
lit. All members are urged to ho present.
The regular meetinc of the Hanover A ve
il,/ Woman's Christian Missionary Society
uill l"i held Ibis afternoon at 3:30 o'clock
oi iii-* church. Mrs. W. T. Loueks will
joMr-'ss the society, and every member la
nrxed lo ho presen/.
.t niericn in ItiiMnia.
TBI BR. RUSSIA. Feb. !?.?-Several
thousands American troops are quar
tered here, and many of the shops
have been doing an excellent btisi
nep?<. "American spoken here," was
the wording of n sign which appeared
/recently in a Trier dosI card sioro.
Another sign. In perfectly good Bng
' JUh. read: "Shoes rpp.ilred here while
V?u wait?bring your oivn leather."
Three lln^rcd Dolcfiutcs Aro J2x
pccti'd to Attend Convention
Felirutiry li>, 20 ami 21.
Raymond Turner .Fitters Ouilty rica
to Charge of Transporting Liquor.
Other News Notes From Various
Farts of Virginia.
DAXVIMjK, VA., Feb. 0.-^?Prepara
tions are being made liere for the
annual convention of the Virginia
Carolina Implement Dealers' Associa
tion. wliirli will be hold February l!>,
liO ami -1- It Is expected that fully
.'{(.ill delegates wit! attend the meet
ing. and that the large manufacturers
of hardware and agricultural imple
ment.' will send representatives.
The hotel congestion is the only
serious problem confronting the con
vention. and the local Chamber of
Commerce is asking hotels in towns
within a hundred-mile radius to avoid
lianville on the days of the t-ession.
Among those attending the conven
tion will in.* Or. W. E. Taylor, a
.specialist in crop diversification ?of
Iowa, who spoke to a mass-meeting
of farmers here some years ago.
To Improve <?olf Link*.
DAN'VlhLK, VA.. Feb. a.?Directors
of the 1'anvllle Coif Club have de
f> ided to buy the property at Stoke?
lund, at present rented, from David
.1 and to build a handsome club
house on 'he grounds. Increasing - in
terest in the game leads to the belief
that i' lias ? "me to stay, and steps
an- being taken ac ordlngly. The links
will* bo improved and enlarged frum
i ti iin i<. an eigiiteen-hole. course.
The club building will include a dan
cing iloor, open-air dining-room, show
er baths, locker* and a roomy lounge.
The directors will defray the costs
of the improvements by a bond issue
'or $2*>.00<i.
Mil ucn i In it nt I.ott Out,
CYNCHIJCRO. VA., Feb. 9.?Mayor
Jester has reported lo the City Council
that he is advised that the city Is
g.vinu schooling to pupils from Camp
bell County at a charge of lens than
actual cost. He shows that liigh
.s hool -students ;ire charged about J7
less ;j t>rm than the actual cost, and
.inks the council to make an inves
t iga t Ion.
II n y iii nnil Turner Admin* fiullt.
IjVN< "H ItCKf'i, VA.. Feb. 'J.?Ray.
mond Turner in the Corporation Court
t ! iv pleaded guilty :o liie indlct
ircrit. against him in wh ill lie was
charged with the illegal transporta
tion of liquor the night of January
! 7. and with inrn Harney Switzer. J.
M. Wilson. Michael Kegney and Peter
? 'andli-r, were sentenced to the farm
f-.r thir'y days. I; will be lecal'ed
that *it an earlier day during the
session the four men were tried and
i ?nvlfted. tiie Jury fixing their pun
ishment a', thirty days and $"<0 fine,
? i' !'?? mmei.ded -'ispenslon of the
j.iil sentences. Judge t'h.'istiun at
" 11i*r nine to >k tiie recommendation
under advisement, announcing from
the bench tiiat lie would not act upon
it until Tuner's case had been dis
posed of Tiii- morning Turner agreed
to take the -ame punishment meted
out to the other men who were in
tli-> automobile when it was captured
by tiie p tiice. and the quintet was then
t:en t en cud.
Drnil Man llud Prlnon Record.
DANVIbbK. v.\.. Keb. 9.?With the
; r i\ , 1 he re to-day of a brother of
IMii'in Morton, colored, who was killed
several days ago by policemen, it was
learned that lie served a term of
eleven yc.irs In the State penitentiary
Jot killing his wife. The crime took
pl:?ce .it I'ulaski and he was given a
tifteen-ye-ir term. <5ood behavior re
sulted in a shortening of hij sen
llellevcK I'nrniff Should Win.
1. VN'i'?I IJl'IJi S. VA., Feb. re?Frank
I.a;, in-, lndf-pendet.r candidate for
? 'oiigM-ss from the Sixth District, is
maki'ng !iis plea for election upon
the fact that lie i- a farmer and that
it Is that tiie district be rep
1- si nti-il . >t farmer. The election
to lie held late this month is attract
ing no inlerest. but Colonel .1. I'.
\\ >?iof Koaiioke. the Democratic
i.ominee, will be elected by an over
w belmin ma torny.
War Seerelnry Declnrc* America Mu^t
Slipi?orl l.ciiiruc of .Nations
I * I a n.
' P" Afjoclitml Press 1
ROSTON. MASS.. Feb: ??. -Secretary
?>f War linker warned a largo audi
ence here to-night that un'ess the
league of nations idea prevailed, scien
i s would Invent for another war
weapons of destruction beyond the
comprehensln of those who fought in
the recent world conflict. lie said lie
knew of an invention that was being
perfected which would enable men to
drop electrically controlled bombs con
rai'iinu pounds of explosives upon
; /unprotected cities laO miles distant.
'These implements, he said, would kill
Secretary Raker was a speaker at
the closing meetiiig of the New ling
land congress for a league of free nu
t ions.
Referring to America's PC.ooo dead,
he declared that if they could speak
they would demand their children he
spared from making the sacrifice they
had made. lie saitl that a league of
nations would be the world's "insur
ance policy" that would prevent an
other sue-h world conflict.'
< tflkials of the New Kngland congress
i announced that li."i.<?00 persons attend
ed the meetings and conferences here.
Vccumu In ? Ion of Men In l.ondon Due
lo Polity in Crossing
CON HO.V, Feb. 0.?A War Office
, statement explaining the disorders
among the poldiers says:
"There was an accumulation of II.
; ooo men in l.ondon owing to a one
. day delay in tiie channel crossing
, through bad weather. Nine thousand
men were dispatched early to-day. Of
1 these about 250 made a demonstration
] and nine of ihe ringleaders were ar
! rested for insubordination, while the
others were sent to Frwucc.
"(ieneral Sir William Robertson,
i commaiii'ler of the forces in Croat Rrit
I iiin. has been instructed to arrange
? so that all men detainer! through
weather or strikes hereafter shall be
I provided with food and quarters and
? furnished with ?> shillings a day ad
ditional compensRt ion."
The statement calls attention to the
I rule providing that nion guilty of dis
; orders through impatience shall be
. placed at the bottom of the lists for
Kenrfnnf Fnmlly Wnnl Damages As
Result of II ii 11 way Acci
[Special to The Timos-Dispatch. 1
I.YNCIIRCRO. VA.. Feb. 0.- Fou
i vnits have been instituted in the Camp
i boll founty Ojrcuit Conn! at Rust burg
1 against W. O. McAdoo. director-genoral
: of the railway adminiftlral'iion as a
' rnsult of the killing of Roy. F. \V.
! Kearfoot, by a Norfolk and Western
train on the Fores"!-Concord cut-off
last summer. The aggrgato of the
. ihiinagcs sued for is S-in.ooo. Fnnccs
| M. Kearfoot sues for $15,000 for por
1 sonal Injuries; F. W. 1< earfoc!, Jr.,
i for $f..O0? for personal Injuries; l.oulse
I Kerfoot. for $10,000 for personal in
juries and the estate of F. W. Knar
r foot, tleeeased, $10,000. The family
! was'occupying an automobile when It
I was struck at a crossing.
JINGLE OC)KVf:S>. ^fo Tmiho ih l?ff
? E5^A^5TRoLUrU>c\fl'?fc>Vpt:
Tut Alk ivsVV^ CLb\t
uituo: c-^at'?cott' what
& " ?i'lAVt- \V'? '.'. ?'<?*>? *
CTm bityTM ftW?r1}!AT (ObTiiftS. MIAT?)
IfMfl C-Rt\U.fo?W: Tr,03fc TirsV FEtT.'.r
OF All Tv\c CLAb3Y .pAVlt!?fv 15e S 3s
ffiAT GAL >t> CERfaWlVJ^<?UU?V J
I v? NO IDF A WHO 5UE MAV <?_.
MY 9tART?\b PfilfcquERK!? GWt<j MF
f7A^ W
J^Lp OK'- C-lt WHiZ' tBT ME
f S^iAirsV,/
Wouldn't It Get Your Nanny? By F. Opper
(111 prrnxl\ r Orrmonr Held In SC.
.loicph'n Srhool?Womidrd Soldier*
Uiven Outing.
PKTKKSIJl'RG, VA , ~eb. !?.? Im
pressive exercises in honor of Colonel
Theodore Roosevelt were held this af
ternoon in the auditorium of .Si.
Joseph's School, In Franklin Street.
Rev. Father M. J. Haler presided, the
decorat ions being appropriate, and
special music was rendered, and an
address on the life and character of
the former President was Delivered by
Chai 1< s T. Las-siter.
Outing for Wounded Soldier*.
Tiio people of Petersburg this after
noon gave the coil valesc4.it wounded
soldiers in the base hospital at Camp
Lee another outing. The men were
taken out In automobiles and given a
delightful ride, and were then enter
tained at dinner and socially al private
homes In the city.
(ircit Work of Traveler** Aid.
The report of the Travelers' Aid
j Association for the month of Janu
' ary shows great work was done. Near
ly <1,000 per&ons?soldiers, civilians,
women, girls and children, man> of
them strangers coming to the city,
were .given assistance in some manner
by the society workers, who are night
and day at the railroad and ele.vtrlc
car terminals on the watch to give in
formation and .assistance to any and
all in need.
.Man Knlallj Injured.
William Brown, colored, from Brax
| ton, Va., employed at the DuPont
'? plant at Hopewell, was fatally injured
i yesterday afternoon, and died last
! r.islu in the Petersburg Hospital.
1 V'liile blowing out an iron pipe, in
j which it is thought some guncotton
remained, an explosion occurred, and
fragments of the pipe entered his abdo
men. An inquest will be held to
i morrow night.
Murderer .Sentenced.
I In the Hustings Court yesterday sen
tence of life imprisonment wae passed
upon William Jones, colored, convicted
of the murder of his wife, and in ac
cordance with the record of the trial
. jury.
In the Hustings Court to-morrow, if
; counscl is ready, argument will be
heard on the motion for a new trial
for Thomas Brown, convicted of the
j murder of his sweetheart. Miss ^lary
lone Crowder, and given a penalty
j of life imprisonment.
Acvr I'lintor 'I'nlifs t'hurge.
Rev. Dr. W. p. Shamart, of John
i son City, Tenn., who accepted the call
to tile pastorate of the Washington,
! Street Christian Church, entered oil iiis ,
j duties as such to-day, and was given
a cordial reception. His' family will
j arrive later Dr. Shamart was pro
fessor of Ulblical literature in Milljgan |
College, Tennessee. 4
Government Aocllo/i Sale of Horse*.
Over 1,000 surplus horses and mules ,
belonging to the government will be
i sold at public auction at Camp l.ee on
Wednesday. These animals have a.ll
! been well cared for, and are in good
| condition.
Xoln of Interest.
I The Haptist Sunday schools of Peters
I burg and vicinity held a union meet
| ing this afternoon at the Grove Avenue
| Church. interesting exercises were
j held, and good reports receivcil from
I the schools
| The Southern Chemical Company, a
j new enterprise In Petersburg, of which
| T. O. Williams is the owner and man
| ager, has within the past few weeks
i marie large shipments overseas of
| flavoring extracts manufactured here.
On Saturday a shipment of extracts
I valued ill $14,000 was made. She ship
i inent was taken to the depot in twelve
I large trucks.
[Almost, as soon as said with
l)r. King's Not Discovery.
Get a bottle to-day!
! The rapidity with which this fifty
year-old family remedy relieves coughfl,
colds and mild bronchial attacks la
what has kept its popularity on the
Increase year by year.
This standard reliever of colds and
couching spells never loses friends. It
| does quickly and pleasantly what It Is
| recommended to 4o. One trial puts It
; In your medicine cabinet as absolutely
| Indispensable. Sold by all druggists?
j ?0c and $1.70.
j Bowels Usually Clogged?
Regulate'them with nafe, sure, com
l?fortablo Dr. King's Now Life Pills.
I'Correct that blllouspesH, headache, sour
stomach, tongue coat, by eliminating
tho bowel-clogglncsa. 25c.?Adv.
president GETS DEGREE
l nl.orror?] ?f III,,, |>?c_
?or of Md |)Hlv,? Diploma
at Paris.
1. I I., ' H>" A' I
the V nVv'e ph i' v :'rV"i *' r"',fci!: io?i fro,-.,
doiivered a (Jin!,,...-, i,"*,u and
him i no l..,norA'ry "u,'^d?to" " o?
dro fti'? aBf ?>.v I'r jL or An
shy and f.1"" fr,ilJ,,of l"? ?nivo -
V' - ?. a',fl ?? mi em her of the Vni.-iM.-i
Academy of l?o!;ti?Ml Science. A"",U'l?,
theur?r-l J'1' ullott'c<1 ,,s member* of
" u'h^ ' i'-nks you
i.. i' your li.^M ..Hie,. ??
M i 0r UtlrnuUis in pr.-s -a '
t i!).i?'na; 'io ?dd lIns ui.n; "
rime fr ? which cos. a in j this diploma
treV* 0,";- of those ant Willi- on v.
trots, of \vnich s-.puoc-Ics :,am -i ...
o.ive tree Has ahvuy, l.tci, i^vm'w
of pc."-". In lho olilra (Ii.vs us branches
wc.e }?riz?H tor ti,.- ,Kae,l'.,i vicioi'H of
!n,r Olympic Kame.?=. Ma ? similar
;rhV"wor?r^!,vr- Mr
!m?^of>h"nSiy:"<IC:'ak'n 1,10
('resident Wilson. i;i a.-.cptinS ? j,4?
ci.|?<uma. a.sser.-eil his bei'ef i!l(. valu. I
ji <.iass.?:al siudii*. 1,?? .,1 ml-,1 , Jlt. '
?e "a(l ,ha<l u itit ''romi'-r'
; . n./r,o., a:i.l remarked that ih.- idewi,*
na.ion in Kit r op :
wc-(e very like the ideals o: America
ilt i ncw worltl- ThoUKh t |ji?ip 1
idea !s and theories we -? derided l?v
some nicti. l\e added, the fa. i v.a.i thk'l '
tn idea.s of the cntci'e had enabled
it to overeomi. ?:!,(> ?,iy),, of <; !IIiin v. ;
Former Unvernor < olqulM. of r?ns. !
' >end.s Tel en ram to Seriate
I Hy A.sAO^Iiitfil j
DAM.A8. TK\? Kelt. f. Ornial oi
""v. know led ko of* eonirlhu!i??us hv
L. ins interests to his campaign for
Oliver nor of Texan in J 01 f? .|i|,,?..|
in statements before : Senate \~n
i-ui.ure i.'omnii tee t Wisi,?n"??-?V..\
dus.. j. is . <MitaitK-d in a telegram m
the committee irivv;, out here to-nUh
ny former liovrTimr <> i> .? . .
Mr. Coiouit.t declares ,f t >'i0 M-I'.'w'r^
eon t rlhu ted to the fund M u ,ls ivStHou?
^ knowledge or solicitation and ^ur-i, '
money did t.o, come Lito lis , "J
nor the band* of hj? State commlU^ !
oil clause's retained
Amendments lo lie*,in,o ||i|| scn '
'or I,ore \ j,proved liv ' I
to Xt hVSre vVti'ne 'uil i 'r,'lal'i^"V'nfe 'j
period hv /?:!*' L;:rr ^r,rv's
the insistene,. of 'soV.alor ^!
lahoma. remain in the4?.| ,s' aereed
J>> (li<- i-onferoes. ,inil ;|S tin .11.. , !
!V House Sa t u'-iia v I liVrp I
lire., of tiles., amendments that are .,f
%.t?" Importn?,JXLVv f|
Try Prescription C-2223 It
Has Helped Many.
Costs Only a Trifle to (,Y1 i{j(j
ot Uric Acid, Hone Tains,
Swollen Joints.
Any of our readers who suffer from I
hone pains, .swollen muscles or Joints
backaches, pains all over the body s<>
you can hardly walk, dlaxIncM. U.,5?!
.iK(>, or any other form oi rheiirnatism 1
no matter how deep seated, should asu"
any of our home prescription druKKists
for I-reseriptlon C-2223. It u
a Rood deal to conanJt a specialist Vmt
you can Ket bis l-.Vscription
etfod1 C08L TakC dally aVVnd
bo t e r, 1::rpHhcr,ipi|on VI?
not le. It has helped hundreds of <??.? .
1,"^. s
that ^t WM tells us
that lb la prescription keeps down ??d
ft*pels uric acid from the b|o 't
same time purifying and enriching l e
blood so that ruire rleh l.t, i
direct to the Jolu^ and L ?, ,"onl
Those terrible aches and pains ?sWoih'n
muscles, aching back and every for,, r
^X'c&r' ??* a- K:
? ym,r own ^ruifslHt can't aupnlv
you. pleH9? send his nnrne to ri?^
Laboratories. Memphis. Tcnn.-? Adv.""
lUfii'i'tril In TnliC I |t I'anion* Mole tin
t'niu'iliiitor in Dcnllut; Wttli l.t^linr.
Auk /or I ntform lliiurs.
1,'M>< >.\\ I'eb. 9.?Premier. Ijlnvd !
ti'-org- i< hod I.ondoti from I'ariH last '
n'.^'.i'.. To .vt". :?< e-.i who aikod h j-v
ir*wtter.?? ?..<*?< going in Paris the Pre-'
mier replied tersely: "\Vp||,"
l.loy(j ilcoi'KA is now expected to
take ui> hi:? famous role as conciliator
in dealing with she labor trouble?'.
Several newspapers appeal to him to
produce in Parliament a comnrchcn*
Hive scheme for uniform hours of work
and a basis '.vanes in the primary
industries. and not undertake ;?S o?.-e -
meal siittk'mcnlH which might create
trouble. The underground strike situ
ation is complicated. Notwithstanding
? ?Hiclal stat enitiitH that tin* strikers
came to an agreement with the Hoar I
of Trade in the early morning lioitrs.
I.ii'ulini wa? without underground
trains to-day. anil there is no prus
pert of them td-morruw.
The Associated Society nfr locomo
tive i-'nRiu?.Mrs which is the principal
organization on strike made an agree
ment. but now the members of the
.National I'nion of Kail way Men. which
oppesed the strike, ere standing out.
Tin: explanation the workmen Hive is
the rivalry between the two unions,
the ollleers wishing to .show that tt
is the most powerful and thereby gain
m e ni lift rs.
Bolshevism is the explanation of th?
strike given by t'.ir National l^abor
party executive committee.
To myelin* Proponed Sir live.
CObl MKl'S. i?A., I* eb. A meeting
has been called for Monday night by
the labor and trades assembly of f'o
lunbiis in discuss the ijueution of a
general .-vmpithetic strike with the
to\tile wiir.ii rs. Itusiness men of the
e iy have ca'l?*d a meeting for Monday
afternoon to attempt :i settlement. All
plants here cxcept one. the llihb .Manu
facturing Company, which is running
With only l.r>0 employees, are. hi ill
"in*:.". 111711 >; 1!?! 11! I > III111111111111
Is Opposed to the United States.
I'lidcrtakipR Protectorate
I Over Country.
imv.AX oj kicks kk.ckstiox
__ i
Idea I'roves Such That Committee
Cables It lu Paris for Considera
tion l?y Delegates at Peace Con
N'RW YORK. Feb. 9.?The independ
ence of Armenia "with as little exter
nal inlluenc** as is compatible with her
proper se.-urity' was advocated last
liiirht in an address by Charles Rvans
Hughes at a banquet at the 11o??? 1 Piara
uniliir the auspices of the American
corn mittee for .the independence of
Armenia. Mr. Hughes, who presided,
said in part:
"I am opposed to any proposal that
the I'nited States should undertake a
protectorate of Armenia. \\'e desir?'
to se?; just settlements, but we have
abundant occupation in this hemis
phere, amd should reserve complete
freedom to determine t<? what extent
t!u future duty may call uonn us to
participate in dillieulties which may
arise in Kurope or iti the Fast. We do
desire, however, that our just influ
'? n<? e exerted in any proper way shall
he thrown on the side of the indepen
dence of Armenia."
nit van's si ?.?.i:vnoxs
AltK ( Altl>l-:n TO PA It IS
\V. J. ISryan. former Secretary of
State, made a suggestion in address
ing' the banquets which was re
garded as so valuable as a possible
solution of one of Armenia's difficul
ties that it was cabled to the
ooii ferent ?>.
Mr. Ilryan's suggest ion was "that
th?> of the Armenian re
public agree 'to purchase at its present
value all property, real and perional.
?belonging any one of another rare
who does not desire to live under the
new government. The property thus
purchased could be sold to Armenians
in other parts of iOurope who would he
drawn back to their homeland by the
promise of freedom and progress."
Canadian Declarer People of Arch
angel Are Scrrundne * or
T-jON'DOX.Feh. 0.? "Idtcrallr thou
sands are starving in and about Arch
angel," said J. !?'. Joly, of Toronto,
out., upon his arrival here from that
"l-'ersons are screaming for food."
he said. "More than 100.000 of the
population of Archangel are in a state
of slow starvation, and if the harbor
becomes ice-bound the supply ships
now on the way will not he. able to
bring relief. One ship loaded with over
$100,000 worth of food supplies is now
reported to be caught in tiie ice on
this side of Archangel."
Allied l-'orecs Advance.
ARCHAXC!l*:ij, Feb. !?.?Allied force*
advanced live miles down the Petro
grud road from Kadish yesterday. Two
Molshevist guns were captured "by the
allies during the lighting.
Mint Jell
?^^7 Try Mint
with roast
lamb or cold
meats. It is
vastly better
than mint
sauce. Try
desserts with
their real
fruit flavors in essence
form, in vials. Each is so
rich in condensed fruit
juice that it makes a real
fruit dainty. Yet they cost
no more than old-style
gelatine desserts.
JO Flavors, at Yoar Grocer'*
2 Packages for 25 Cents
Are you sensitive
about vour face?
( "
??i regaining thai school-girl complexion
vri'i once were proud of. Rough, red.
pimply skins, kins that itch and burn,
break out n pimples that arr painful
and embarrassing, .ts a rule quickly
vicld to thr soothing medication of
this ointment. ?
!???!, tliere is s:ill an excellent chance Visit your druggist tonight and buy
I It is impossible to hide your face
??very time people look .it you. 'l'hat
di>li,.:urirti; nuption lobs you of \oiir
ii?litli 1 beauty. It lowers your ehance
<if success in life?it brings sidelong
planers where there should be srriles.
1 lave vou tried Resinoi? If you have
^iMi"riiiN<; m:w?
Victory Bags
in leather and silk; canteen
top and silk pouch. In all
colors, $.>.00.
Moire Hand Bags
silk lined, fitted with mirror
and purse. In black and col
ors. $2.9S.
t. ti -1 o -1 .
?NEW PRICES ? 30c, 60c, $1.29
Shuttle Train Senior Ilclut'on II j-ti1
Street Station mid Fntlinnr I'reek.
Effective Monday, February 10th, At
lantic Coast Bine will operate shuttle
train service between Byrd Street Sta
tion and Falllns; Creek, leaving Byrd
Street Station 3:55 P. Jf. to oonncct
with Train No. 33. and 5:25 P. ,>t. t<>
connect with Train No. 43. Connection
from Train No. 30 will arrive Byrd
Street Station 8:15 A. M. Connection
from Tra'n No. 34 w til arrive Byrd
Street Station 2:15 I>, M.?Adv.
are perfection in doable glasses.
The reading and distance lenses
are so skillfully fused together
that there is no visible line where
they join,?nothing to show they
q are different from single lenses.
P If yon are still juggling with []
1! two pairs of glasses, or wearing "
old-style double glasses with un
sightly seams, ask us to show you
tbe Kryptok.
The s-8AlE3Kl?'
Order Now For
Day, Feb. 14
Painty Corsage* of Orchids.
Violets or Sweet Peas, from ihe
wonderful Hammond Green
houses. -Say it with flowers."
Flowers of Guaranteed
Freshness Cost No .More
Tel. SlMdls-xi 030,
The Mouth's (ireat Florist.

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