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Were ?25 332.50 #3950 Long and Short Coat Suits, in Broadcloth, Cheviots and Mix tures. blue, black. grccn and brov/n. Good line of sizes. Rain Coats, $4-9$ ^mm^ Twcnty-five Coats in black, tan and gray Rain-Proof Covcrts. Splendid values at the original price. You can judge what bargains they are at $4.98. Rain Coats, $9-98 1HF*18'50 i s THE P001 listrict Kiinscs Are Angcls of .VJcrcv in Destittitc Sections nf Gity. SAFEGUARD TO THE PEOPLE Contagibn Has M.nn Times Been Checkcd l'_\ Pronipt Attcn timis of Nuses. lu ITcliruary, 1902, u party ? >r Knuluatod trnlncd iitirsos, Intensely enlhuslastlo In lircir proression, liatided tlicmaelvea to pethoi for tho publlc good. Not that Ihcse ladles had an amounl of suporlltious ii... ,ni iii.-ir hands, luit from tlio good tic'ss of thelr hcarts and n very natural ..! ..r unliyfclenic condltions exfstlng ii u,o homes .>r tlio unedtrcated nnd poorer classes. These larlios did not start otii v.nh th.- Intcntlon cf actually assist liig In tlie nuralng .>t i ascs, having tbeir hnnds l ill makli - ?? ? impeti m ? out of their professlon, but with tlie single pur 1 . tnictlng th.v untnitlated In tlie i.i, Uii.ii. ,,i the proper care of the si.-i; ininute attentlon to thb doctor's . . tire work was orlginally done ln mi -1-.I-. :.:,,.- could bo Bnatched r?f.rn the routinc .?) dally duties, and speaks olu i--- :..:? iii,- energy aml perseverance ? ? original founders of the assocla lion, thnt fl has not dled n natural death Io'ik on thls. Tlio association,. now en tering upon tho flfth yr-m- of i(s life, was rocognlxcti by tho Clty Council with u rlonatlon of $450 ln 1002, nnd again last year with an appropriatlon of JSrsi, nnd tho Co.uhcll, nsnin conslderlng thn advlsa lilllty "i repeatlng this substantial en roiiragement llils yoar. Of course. thla I - i very greal help, but by no means iiifflcient todofray tho annual oxpendlturo . ? .-.s.u-y. Verj' few people In Rlchmond know that llils work Is belng done, how it Is ilone or where tlir- necesslty arlses for it. Qregon Hill, Penltentlary Bottom nnd tlie Old Market ?rn only names to conjure with. Whlle (hor.- are no srreat areas of slums ln Hlr-limoiid as In tlie large clUea of tho lnnrl. ii i hldeous rlon.s of vice, stlll thero is a deal of mlscry, -wliioh i-'an be yastly allcviated by a llttlo Judlclo'us nd vlce nnd tultlon on (1k> part of the ' i>isti-i.-i xivs'rv por instanco, measles i.iul whoopitlg'-'brnigli nre both slmple dls . ascs, bu'l wlthoul c-aro aro ll.T.'hle to ileveiop complluatlon. In two lwuses'ad iii.-nii to f-.-i.-l, othor. wrr* llvlng rwn poor K..'i!.-:. botli under tlio dootor's care, too poor to pay for tralned nurstng. To .-..l.l tn thelr troubles, tlie throo litite niics at ono linino doveloped whooping cough. Tho dlstrlct nursp. was careful i-r-.i lo allow the llttlo ones nt the other house i" come Into too close oonta"t with 'ho throo, rloithtloss savlng Bomo trouble; tlio nox( development was that tho one chljd got measles, thon the nur?e put ilown lior foot nnd fprlbade all rielgh b'orly Intorcourse, thls probably savqd a small opedomle of measles. How often tlitjse titlli Incldents liappen ls hard 'o s,v. i.i.t. uii.l.,ii!.:.-.l!y tho spread of ln fo.-iiiMi is imi. h dlminishQd by tbo nurscs' \\:.|.-:iful:i.-ss. On Edge of Volcano. ??lt ls s.-.i.l thal persons llvlng .-ni the edge of n volcano .\-m eat thelr mo.-da iv tli equnntmity. Havo tho people of Rlchmond Hny irtea of lv.iir tho rlsks they v.in from Infcctlon, iind would thoy oat ?thelr inoalfl wltli comfort if thoy bad? Nol very long ngon rii^tri.-t nurse, vlsltlng : houso ..t tlio back r.r <>iio where wero yirce cases nf dlphthorla, two of whlch proved fatal, saw tho o'ecupant taklng away a hundle of rags. rtolng curlous, pl '? asked thelr dcstlnatlon, and was duni foundca with tho reply: 'Oh, I'm Just Eolnc tri s.-ll llir-m:' That nurse not only sald the rags ijlioti'ld br- bur'ned, but stood nd saw lier suggestlong carrlod out. Thi Dlstrlcl N'ursus' \ss...lallon is not I; iseful, but many regard a necesslty t-i the.welfaro r.f tho commualtr. "An lncident whioh Bhows what son of Infiuencc .i .n.-irict nurse has ls one whoro a woman ln v.iy poor circumstancea was seriously slck with pnoumonla- In faot, iwi ' slgnji of tuberculosls Thero was ehlld ond the husband Inst had to work. ar.d could barely afford the few nts i ..-?-, employ a small colored ;:!ri to look aftei ii.. ptitlent, The dls? trlct .- ? . ? r. by seelhg tfiat the doctor's orders wore carried out. nulled from a how \l I ' from thls family was ' .-f the clty, imv d-wlnner was down with typhold fever :i:i<l there woro two llttle .iir-s.' bul again tho dlstrlct nurse wns able to nsslst, ahd ilio dlse'aso waa suc cossfully combated. Agaln a year later a 'phone inossage was rceelved at tho Settlcmont. and tt was the same nursc's duty lo answer tbo call, imt the caso was thls tlme of a contaglous nature. .liplitherla. and tbo paesngo of tho door w.is barrbd by tbo mother hersolf, who would n?l lel tbe nurse enter. having been limghi th.- dnnger nf carrylng lu fcctlonl bill felt the no'cbaalt'y of ndvlce an.1 iiuiial Biipport, Tho boy ls now us w.-ll ns over. Tho moral tnilglli by thls lnstance would sepm tn show thal the work Impresses th'bso who need aiich ns slstnnoc, and many honir-s to-day can Ihatik tho Dlirtrlet Ntirse's' Association ili.-it sn.-li Iind suoh a inrniber Is still numbored amongsl Ita eoriatltijient parts. "Another cnaea howlng where good, practlcai nurslrig pays, was iu a colored homo. whero tho llttlo twn-year-old plca iiinny whs not expected t" pull throiicli p ? imonla; ln fart, tho doctor*a Instruc li.-.ns wero to mako things as corhforta . ... posslblo wliilsl tho llttle llfo Insted. i \ , .iion jacket and a llttlo frcah alr saved tho baby'8 life nnd made an Indell ble lihprcsslon <m tlio poor mother. "For thls particulnr work Rlch? mond is divUI.d Into only threo dlstrlcta, with one nurso for each, aiid iho t.it.ii number of vlsiis approximates 6.000 a year Tho collcctlona havo un fortuniitely faljen off. although ihe work has cditsldcrably Increased, and tho asso clullon will have to face thelr Rfth yoar With a rletlr-lt." LEE'S VETERANS TO AID. Seventh Army Corps Decides to Contribute Generously. \i tli- annual reunlon and bannuet r.i iho soclet] Seventh Army Corps. held ai tho WHIard Hotel, Wnslilngton, D. C. February 10th; the followlng resolutlon wns unanimously adopted; Whertas; Tlio FJUjiugh Lee Monument Association of Rlchmond, Va.. having been Incorpornted for tho purpose of plac ing and malntalnlng an equestrlan sfatue of our coimnainler, General Fllzhugh Lee, ln Klchmond, Va; be It Roaolvorl, Thnt thls nssorlntlnn plbdBea ils.-lf to ralse by prlvato subscripttuii O'hX"', or so much thurcof us possibie, for tho purposo Of maklng a contrlbutlqn t? tho orr.ctlon of the monument, and tu plac then-nn a dlstlnctlve mark of the servlces of General Lee as commnnder of tho Seventh Army Corps, and tiiai tlio Fltz Lee Mowument Association be i" \ :y,-,l ,.f our Intentlnii tri mako such n c< trlbutlori, aiul bo requested to resei -.;-; such placo on the monument for tl lt was al?o declded thal n meeting of the Boclety would be hoi.i at Rlehmond at the lini* of tho unveiling. and that tlie Seventh Army Corps would partlclpate in the ceremonles <m that oncaslon. Mnnv lovhlg li-lbiio.s were paid to Gen? eral Lee by ih'1 rnemberB of iii? old com mand. BEAUTIFUL HOUSES. Architecture of Residences in Lee District Greatly Improved. Great Improvement ln deslgn and oon Btruotlon has i>. en noted in tho residences whlch have rocently been erected about l.eo circle, partlcularly ou Monumont Avoniie, whlch 1k destlned, mnny think, to become tho liandsomeat residence street ln tho clty. Among n,o new houses Is tlie very liandsome rcKldenco of Mr. J. B. Kl.iin, on Monument Avenue, near Allen Avenue, This is designed .in oolrmial style and ocouplea a lot llfty-flve feot in wldtb. Adjolnlng tlilsj lot a very uttract Ivc house ls belng erected by Mr. liobert G. Thornton, in tlie same archltectural doslgn. Tho houses are belng bullt ufter plans prcpared by Captaln M. J. Dlm mock, who ls also deslgntng tlie plans for several nther liandsome houses to be bullt along tho same avenue. Tbo same archltebt lias just completed the new residence for Dr. Wllllarn H. Gordon, on Franklln Street, near Foushoe Street. OFFER LIBRARY. ! Books of Late Patrick Henry ! ' Aylett Sold at Auction. The Rlehmond Auction Company wlll ! coinluct ,,n auction sale of fur inorii than ' usual Intbreat at thelr rooms, i:>05 East Main Street. to-day. The llbrary of thv ! late Patrlok Honry Aylett, which lias ! been in stnrngo for llfteen yenrs, will be o-Tored, Tho llbrary oonslsta of about 1 LOW yolumes, some of which am sup posed to be very valuablo, Thoro aro also a largo quantity bf old papers and pnm i-iil.-is, auch ns the Rlchmond Weekly, as foi back as lM-'t, tho RopubllcaJi Sontlnol. dntlng back io tst:;; also tho messagb of .rnmea K. l'olk to the Twr-iity-nlnth Con? gress, 1846, in book form, und hundroda ol other old and curlous papers. Tliere nre coplea of lettera from John Qulncy Adams, Jolm C. Ctilhoun mul others. Company C Up to Standard. Tho-ipeeting of Company (.' wus prosldeU (!Vm 1:,ht ,"Ik1'1 hy '"'iPtuhi Wallace. Tlie drill wii.s in command of Flrat Ueutonani l.ovim;, aml prov.,,1 t? i?. about iih good us usuai. i npro woro several new inr-m tiera electod, last nlght, and thero were ,.-ii severaj uppiir-ationn before the board di sergeanta for momborsnlp, whlch hnvo no been pussed upon. The compnny ls aoput up to tho sdindard nnw, aml ln a better condition than it ims hcen for somo FOR Fertilizer and Chejnica) |V\anufacturing Writc .IAS. S. BURROUUHS' & CO., 56 I'ine Street, New York. FROM SOUTHSIDE Cloptnn Street Cluircli Raiscs Money lo Biiit,di Larper House of Worsliip. MR. L T. JONES INJURED Street CotnmiUce Rcfuscs All Birls?Funeral of Mr. WiiUloclc, Manchester Bureau. Tlmos-Dispatoh, 1 No. 1102 Hull Str??? ( In tIie called meeting of the Streot Com nilttoe last night w conslder the blds for street linprovemonts nll Tho blds word rejocted. A? tlils wac ttie only inattor whlch tlie commltteo wus called to dls? cuss, ndjnurntncnt hnd immcdluloly af ti'i- tho doclslon that no ono of the bklH would ho rcccived was reachod. A mass meeting of tho congregation of C'lopton Slrcot BuptiHt Churnli was hold Sunday mornirijr, whon It wns unanlmous ly declded to erect a now nnd largcr house l'or tho incrensing nnd stondlly growlng membershlp nnd tho incrensing Hnndny school. During tho pnst year tlie gain wns 13.'!, mii-o evldehce of the need for more room. A handsome collectlon. nmnuntlng to Jl.sno, woh ralsod Among tho mombcrs in tlio mornlng. and, In nddltion to tlils, the Sunday school had ralsed $50. It wan stntor In tho session df tho school Sunday mornlng lhat it was tlie dcslrc of the members to put up a house of worsliip In koeplng with tho spirlt of tlio day. which Is to oroct churchos ns hcautiful and as Milistiintlul ns posslblo. Mr. Cook hns boon pastor of this chureh slnco only lust summer. His popularlty ls stondlly Incrcaslhg among his mom licrs. for ho has provon hlmself a fnltliful and efflclont workor for tho Intcrcsts of his congregation. Sir, Conk hold two scrvleos Sunday, nnd tlio luiildlng waa taxed to its utmost llmit. The ladles of tho chuch wlll give Wcd ncsday night u "Vnlontine Ton" nt Cers loy's Hall, Swansboro. L. T. Jones is Injured. .Mr. I.. T. Jones. of Nn. .100 East Scv I'lith Stroot, I* ln a bad way nt his homo ns Iho rrsiilt of Injurlos rccoivorl Frlday ovoning whlle at work in a paper lnlll In Richmond. Mr. Jonea received lils injurics whlle gotng up an olevntor ln tlio mlll. Ifc was carrying some rolla of papor. and ono of tho trurks holn^ enrrled up In tho elova tor rauslii against the wall, knocklng tlio heavy rolls of papor against him and pu'shod hlni hard against thu wall.,, Both logs woro badly Injured. tlie flesh. holns, tom off of ono. and tho othor bolng LuvJly mashed nnd briilsed. His body and shoul dors wero also badly niashod. and .lt is feared tliat lio |H suiTerlng from Intornal Injuries. Dr. Stunrt Mlcliaux. of Rich? mond, Is attendlng him. Funeral of Mr. Whitlock. Tho funeral of Mr. John T. Whitlock, who dled '" his homo, No. 517 Wost Thir toenth Street, Sunday afternoon. will. tak. place from Mejtdja, .Memorial Episcopal Chureh to-morrow afternoon at -.2:30 o'clock. Interment will be in Hollywood Cemetery. Police Court Circles. Wllllam Balley, not tho hero of tlie populai- alr whlch renuesta Wllllam B. to come homo at onco, but a eltlren of ChesterflHd county. appoared In the Po ilce Court yesterday mornlng on tho L-h;:rgo of belng drtink on Sunday. He plcaded for clomency. and Moyor Maurlce save him short notlce to hustle back to his loved rustlclty. Jlr. Balley husUed. Wlnston l.ewis, a negro ex-convict, ivas up, chargod wlth belng a susplcious ?hiiracter on the streets at 2 ln the mornlng. He was put under $100 se .?iirity and given Bix months in jall. l'oscy Jones and Willie Polk, both col ired, wero charged wlth shooting craps. l'hey wore relleved each of $2.50. Robert Johnson waa flned $5 for at :emptlng lo assault a colored woman. .lack Wlnston was flned $2.50 and costs 'or ilghtlng ln tho stroetH. Guy Biirress and Joe ' Smlth, two .-oiing white men, wero flned oaeh $2.50 'or flghting. Forest Mabry (coloredK who cut a ?olorod woman Saturday night, was ?allcd, but did not put ln his nppear ince. Had Beautiful Music. The Sunday-school services at Baln bridge Street Baptist Chureh Sunndy nornlng, wero inade especially attractlve -iy a splendld proBrotnine. of musie. Tlie ilnglng was aocompanlod *by tho piano, violln and oormit. The school ls belng superlntendod by Mr. A. G. Brostlc, who jays he ls worklng to make it a modern liie. Rev. Mr. Bnldy, tho pastor, preached .wo able sormow. Ills subject al night, ivas on "Tho Betrlhutlon of Sln," whlch ivas a most tlioughlful and well dellverod llspjOurso, Tho muslc rendered (by the ihurch iniartettn wos beautiful. ln tbe nornlng Fcstlval Tn Deum. in D sharp, by Adam (lelhel, was sung. The flno solo parts worn well rendered hy Mrs. rtlilllelt nnd Mr. Morrissetto. ? At night Ihe solo part to tho offerlory. "Not a Kpurrny,- Fidloth," wm sung hy Mrs. Pct tlgYow. Personals and Briefs. Tlie Board of AUlennen wlll moet lo night. Miss llottlo Markham, who has Iboon 111 for somo time ln tho home "f her brother, V. H. Markham, of 17 East Beyenteenth Street, was taken tn the Virginia Hospital yeHtorday afternoon to undergo an operatlon to-day. Mlss Bottle Schrlckel, who was a pa? tient nt M?*morlal Hospital, Is hoir.o agaln, nnd ls Imnrovlng rapldly. Miss Mablo Glllmnn, wlll give Thurs? day evonlng n rocltal ln Balnbrldgo Strbol Baptlsl Chureh'. Her Hiihject wlll be "An .nlng with Hlimdnrd Autliors." James Bass, of Manchester, who wns in tho Vlrginta-Cilrollna Loaguo last year, has Blgncd to pltch wlth Ronnoko tlils season, lU'v. Mr. CViok, of Amhorst, brother of Ttuv. J. B. Cook, llm pastor, wlll proach In Cleptdn Street Cluirch AVediicsday Pight. little \U*i Mnliel TiiKli Is IU In her liomo, '117 West Fourteenlli Street. Mrs. Charles Stoln, who is ln Memorial Hospital, recovorlng from an operntlon, is oxpected to be well enoiigh tn return hoinn thln week. MIss lieiie Wllllams, nf 10:i Eavt GHghtri Stroot, luis returned from a brlof vlslt to frionds and relatlvos. ln Powhatan county, c NOW A COMPANY, Miller & Rhoads Securc Charter for Their Concer.n. Tlie Stato Corporutlon Coinnilsslon yes lenlay griuiled. llm followlng cliuilo; Miller & iilionds. lncorpoiatod, Rich? mond; I.. <). Mlller, prosldonti W. H. Rhoads, vlp.o-prosldont nnd irenHurt'i-; A. H, l.aunlioii, seiu'tai'v aiui general ni'iui uKur, Itlchiiioml. Capital stock, $0W,?KJt?. Jcll-0 Ice Cream Powder The New Way The Easy Way ffhe Cheap Way (o make Ice Cream No cookinK, lienting or fussiutf. Oiioiiiiok Bge niakestwoqunrls of lluolco Cream. Four kimls: Van illn, Chocolnlo, Straw borry aml Unflavorod. Two pnekoges, 25 cents at all grocers. If yoiireroccr Innn'l It.ivnrl Iilii nnmo anrl 36c, to ub anrl two puckagml nnd our llliistrated reclpo book will bo ninlluil you. The Geneaee Piirc Food Co., le Roy. N. Y. Objecta, lo conduct n general department storo. Blue Kldgo 'J'in r ?orporation, Lynch bttrrfi J'. w. Fostor, presldont. Hohuyler, Va,; j. g. Payne. tronsurer, LVncnburir, Vn.; Taylor cieaves, secretary. Lynch hurg, Vn. Cnpital, 5tv?,000, Objecta. to buy and sell nilneral lnnds and other propertlos. WRECK VICTIMS BURIED Services Held at the Homes of the Deceased in Greensboro. (Speclal to Th.- Tiinos-Wspatcli.) GREKNSnoRO, X. ('., February 12.? At Oreon nm Comotory thls afternoon the Greensboro vlctlms of (he wreck yes? terday morniiig were burled, aervtcea hav? ing been hel,i over thelr remalns nt tlie homes of thn decoased. Thoy were AV. \V. Sellars. cngincer of tho swltch engino; Charles H. Johnson. flremnn, and S. 1*. Newman, yard brakeman. Tho romains of Captain Owen Norvillo, englnoor of the pnssengcr Iraln, wero forwnrdort last nlght to hls homo In Monroo, Va, Tlie remalns ol Balloy, Ihe young tolcgrapher. who llngorori untll li o'clock yeaterday, were shippr-r| on an early mornlng traln ;?> his formef hrmu-. al Bvoretts, ln Martln county, for Inter? ment. Fireman Wllllarn Hpnrger, of tlio pasBonger traln. who waa badly Injured, Is gettlng on well nt tiie Cify Hospital. nnd wlll recover. Hls relatlves from Mt! Airy aro hore, with him. IIIh flrat thought after tho npoldent was to i<-i|ii^st thal hls peoplo ho notlfled of hls condition aml told tlmt ho was not killed. II.- had nn almost iiilriiciilous oscane, MASS MEETING. Big Gathering of Tobacco Grow ers Expccted in Lynchburg. (Spo.-iai t? ti,,. Tlmes-oispatchS CONCOKD, VA.. I'ohrimry L'.-Tlio Stato executivo eommitlee of th.an.park Tobacco Growerr,' Asssbclutipn of Vir? ginia wlll meet in Lynchburg Thursday an.l confor with General Felix G. I3wlng and ofln-r ftSpresfebtativea of the tobacco growcrs of Kcntuckv and Tennessee. The next day. Frlday, th.- 16th, tiiere wlll he a mass-meeting or tobacco growers held in tho iorlge room of Mill Clty Lodge of Masons. when tlie visitora wlll address tlie association. Congrrssmen Glais nnd Flood. together with State Senator A. F. Thomas. G. W. Koiner. r 'ommlsssioner of Agriculture; Prof. .Soulo. dean of Agrlcultiir.-il Depart? ment of the Virginia Polvtechnie Insti? tute. Tho raailroads have glven n .spor-iui rato to farmers who nttend the meeting und a large crowd ls expectd. Roanoke's New Postmaster. fSpecial to The Times-Dispatch.) ROANOKE, VA., February 12.?The noblnatlon of Mr. Goorge L. Hart, postmaster of Roanoke, glves genernl satlsfactlon. jir. Hart is' 32 yt-ars of age, and has llved here nearly ull hla life. No Republican in the city stands ns high ln the eBteem of tha Democrals. Ile was an able member or the council for yr-arH and Is a self-mado young inan, posesserl of one business (iiiallflcatlons and character. Hls nomlnation was no aur prlse as it has boen known for soma tlme that ho waa a favorite with Con gressman Slemp. Governor Invited. Governor Swansou has recelved Invita? tions to attend two occaslons on Fob? ruary 22d, Washhigton's Wrthday. One Is the annual celobratlon of the Virginia Soclety of the Sons of the Amer? ican Revolution at the Virginia Club ln thls clty, anrl tlie winter convocatlon of the General Washlngton Unlverslty, lu Wnshlngtoh, D, C. IT'S DIFFERENT Slnco Coffee Left. A Wlsconsln lady says of coffo*-: "From . hlldhood I had been used to drlnklrig coffeo, and grow very fond of lt. "When ln course of time I bognn to auffor from sloinacb and bowel trou? bles with acoompanylng honda/:hps, palns In the cheat and loss of appetlto nnd flesh, 1 wns slow to suspoct thut coffee wns the oause. My slstor, who had used and know the vlrtues of PoKtum Food Coffee, perusaded mo to try lt. I gave up the old klnd of coffeo with roluctance, thlnking that I would never find a hot table drlnk tliat I would rellali no well. "I was therofore most agroeably sur priiiod to dlscover that Postum when properly miule?Ihoroughly bolled, was so vory palatiiblo. It provnd to be a rlch, orcamy, dellcious. beverogo, sooth lug ond qulcftlng to tbo nerves and healthlly invlgorating. ,1 nlso found it nutrltlous, as the old klnd of coffeo nevor waa. "Postum began to help mo from tho very boglnnlng, and I jvas thUH encotir agerl to oontlntlo its uso, untll, 1 am happy to say. It landod mo safely In Wcllvllle, whero I have been for threo v-iirs. nnd whore I proposo to romaln. i find It a glorloua and happy plaoo to bo In. , . , , ,.B '1 nover beforo had- sueh good health as I havo now. No traco of my formm allments romaln. I havo put on wciglit untll I nrn almost 'flechy/ und my com plexlon haa rosumod tho hloom of iny glrlhood ilnys. "My mother lost hor llfo (as I can seo now) through coffee drinklng. Hs-r nll monta wero proelsely tbo same as mlno were. but no ono suspocted at tlmt timo that they were due' to coffee anrl sho continued to uso it. hor healtli growlng Hteadlly woiko and worso till death put an ond to hor Biiffertng*. If 1 hnd only known then what I do now, she might. be llvh.ir; to thls day. "My fathor was nlso a great coffee rlrlnlier and tohaoco liaer aa well, aml, I am iiorrv lo say, too fond of llnuor. Ile llvos with mo iind l havo laught hlin to drluk I'oHtum, wlth- tlm nmult thut ho UMi-n much less tobacco and has oiillrely losi i,i appetlto for slroug drlnk. to the Mi.-ni Improvement "f ni* IwftlWil ' fool most slinereiy grateful to tli" rilsooveivr ol PoNluin Food Ciiffoe." Namo glven by PfiHliiui Co., Hiiltlo Crmik, Mlch. It.-ii.l' tbe llltlo bnnk, "Tho Itoatl to WcllvlUc," ln pligH. OF OTHER PASTORS Kiiiliotlimcnl in Sccpiitl Baptist Cltttfcli of Grceian Ulca With Cliribtiati LCxprcssions, MANY HEARD ADDRESSES Drs. llawlliorne, (JartliK-r an.l Jones Kloquent in Praise and i GddSpccds, Beautiful and Imprcsslvo were tho Bap tlst Brothcrhood services last night al tllO new Second Baptist Chureh. Al tl.'ough maliy paopld vislted the now stru'et'ure ?" Sunday nnd iiotwlthstainling the inclemcht weather there was a lnrge. crowd uguln last night. Several ropre sentntlVc Baptist prenchers snt on tho rbatrunl wlth (he pastor, Rev. Dr. Smltli, among them being Rev. DrH. M. Ashby Jones, J. B. Hawthorno and K. V. Ualdy, of Miinchcster. The services were oprncd with prayer and sung. Ihe choir rcnderlng sovoral beautiful selectlons. Dr. Smlth mado a short introdiictory talk and wus fol? lowed by Dr. ilnwthorne, who spokc as follows: "No natlon hns ever oipialed anclcnt c.reouc ln intellectual; strength and cul lure. Tho. Anglo-Saxon race has pro? duced no siiob poet as tlomer, no such art lst ns Pbldlns. no such orators as Do mosthencs nnd Perlcles und no such phllosophers as SocratOs and PlatO, l'or moro thnn two thousand years Grcek ?lllernture, art and cloqucnc* have had no successful rlvalry. "What was the providonllul ineaiilng of lliis ovcr-luwcrlug Qrock inte|leutuullsui ln relatlon to God's redefnptfonal plan? ? il-eek CUltliro WUS nol an ac. Idoni. 'J'hls ls unthinkable. Nor was lt tlie resull of. Irrntloriol ovolutioh?an cvollitlon wlthout an evolvcr. i bolleyo lliat ajnclent Groece stands out in the wnrhl's hlstoij as Qod's demotistrallon of tlio doetrinc ibal inli I lectual ctlituro alono can never save im Indlvldual or a natlon. Notwlthstandlng her intellectual suprcrrmci and Its lin pcrishablc Influoncc Upon iho world. Grcece died of moral delulliy. Sho Mink lo tlio lowest ticpiiis of moral corrup? tlon. "Thu Roinnns were largnly liiflueuc'ed by the Greeks and roproduced many of the features of tholr clvllizatlon. To Itouie was glven a mutchlcss genluS l'or govcrnmont nnd mllltary scloiiee. Sho was the world's great law-givor. Tho substanco of Justlnlan's Codo is Intor wovon with the leglslatlon of every clv lllzcd natlon of tlie earlli. Tlie best fchtures of her mllltary system; have been almost unlvcrsally adopted. Hut Rdmo with all of her glgnntic and wlsely-adjustod Kovernmonl.il system, toltered and fell. Moral deggnqracy undermlned and deatroyed hei stupcndouH power. Ronn- stands oul lu the world's history lo-day, and wlll con? tlnue there ln all succeodlng ages, .1* t'.ods demonstrntlon of tho truth that law cun never save an Indlvldual or a natlon. "In the four hundred years succccding Ihe death of the last of Jehovah - prophets the Pharlsces construeted the most elaborate. spectacular, itnposlnir and awe-inspirlng reltglous ceremonialisra thu world haa ever seen. From the bcglonlng oi tliat era the moral life "f th" Jows degencrated untll they were hldeously corrupt. The IJharlseos became So aborriiriably vile that Jcsus branded them as wlilted supulchers, wolves in sheep's clothing, a nust of vlpers, a generation of adulterers and hypocrltes who could not oscape the damnaton of bell. The Pharlsec was not , an accident or an evolutionary product any more than thu Greek and the Roman. The Pharlseo will stand in the world's history through all tlnre as God's demonstrntlon of the doc trine that. religlous formallsm. however splendid aud Imposlng, can never savo a I soul or a peo>Jo. "God has providud n Dlvlnc, personal Saviouh fpr gutlty .and lost humanlty. Nothing but personal, heartfelt eonlaet aud lntercourse with that personal Savlour will cleanse, redeem and establish lu tho way of moral rectltude.any human being. and no natlon whose subjects re Ject or Ignore Him can escapo dlsintcgrn tlon, degradatlon nnd destructlon." "Most Attractive in the City." Spcaklng of the new chureh, Dr, 11a w thorne sald: "Sqlomon's Templo was slmply a house of worsliip. God was the archltcct. IIo planned every part of it from foundation to pinnacle. Jt was commodlous; it was ninqnltlcent; it wns beautiful; it waa costly. Every feature of it was artlstlc ln the highest degree. From these facts ft is reasonablo to Infer that God ls pleased when His pleople In any coni munity erect spaclous, imposlng and beautiful templo and consecrate It to the teacliing of His saving truth and tho worsliip of His holy name. "Belleving this to be the. uudersland ing and the splrll wlth which you labor ed to constnict thls edlftco, wtiii'h I pro nounce the most artlstlc and attractive of nll the Christian sanctuarlcs of tlils clty, It ls with Joy nnd gladrioss thut I brlng to you thls ovening' the greetlngs and congratulations of Grove Avenuo chureh. Odd. be pralsed for this hotlse of prayor. May it ever bo one of the special objects of His preservlng Ciiro. May It be lils holy will that no earthquake shall ever dlsturb its well-laid foundation; tliat no storm shall ever dismantle it and that no conllugratlon shall ever consumo It. To you. to your children and to your chlldren's children may It be. .indecd, 'thu houso of God and the very gato to heavon.' "Ono of tho most pleasing and gratify Ing tliings coiinectcd wlth the dcdicatlon of this building Is the. prnsence of Dr. i.andi-iiin, tlio distinguished, faithful nnd successful prcdecessor of tho present pas? tor. He ls so gentol, democratio, opthuTs llc nnd lusplrlug 'that there seems to hc moro than ihe usual amount of oxy'gon in the alr when lt Is known that he Is in Richmond. Several years before ho rer moved to another clty the chureh Iiegaii to accum'ulate funds for the purchaso of another site and the ereetlon of u largor aud inoro convenlont houso of worsliip. Mr appreciated profnundly tho wlsdnnr of thls muveinont und supported it with tho utniost determiuation and sseal. No one lu our clty Is happler to-day than he as lils eyes behold the consuiiimatlon of nn undortaklng thnt wus so. dear lo his heart. "Dr. T.andrum's congregation ln Atlanta will soon enter a new edlliue. which lias already, been na'nied 'The Baptlsl Cathe dral of tho South..' It ls massivo, tower Ing and stutely. You would at once rec ognlzo ii quotntion If 1 should say 'It stands on the most commandhlg slte, along the most fnshlouablo street, in ihe most prpsporous and Influentlal clty of tho JSmpiro Stato of the South.' But I anr persuadod that tho doctor wlll re? turn to lils Atlanta chni-go very much perploxed over the qucstlnu whether thls Corltithlan templo. on thls faslilunuble sireet. ln thls most historiu and cliisslo city of our country, or tliat Gothlc Bap? tiat oathedral lu tlie clipltal clty of tho Einpire Stato ls the inoi'e bewltchlngly beautiful. 1 linaglno that he wlll not wish to bo lntervlowed on the subject. lils stato of mlnd wlll bn very niucll liko that of an aged aud fnithful negro aer vant in tho famous Taylor famlly of Temu'ssoe. ' When Robert and Alplious Taylor wero opposlng ctuidldatos for tho govprnorshlp of that State, tho old negro was asked how be would voto. His ro ply was: 'ff 1 koeps my presont feulings 1 nlu't.gwino to voto at all. 1 lovus Mursu Bob and I lovus Muisu Alf, and nothing in thls world gwine tor make me ohooso 'twlxt them chilluii.' " Dr. Gardner Speaks. Dr. ?Iluwthoriie was followed b.v Dr ('. S. Gnrdnnr, whom Dr. Smlth Introdiicod as one of his lifolong und liest und truest frionds. Dr. tiuidnor spoku .'.lo-nuciiUy und up 1 i ? mmm m m ^****m**W*aW*r*m***m***a*mw*am . ********** ai.t Red Tag Sale. Our Annual Clearing Sale Beg'an Monday, Feb. I2th. Pieces of Ftirniture Agg'regating $.25,000 in Value, Including Bed Room, Dining' Room, Parlor, Library Suits,; Chairs, Rockers, Couches. CUT FROM 25 to 50 Per Cent. It is a Great Opportunity for Real B&rgains. Odd Pieces in great variety are red tagged. In Pictures?many are cut in half. 100 Christy Pictures, nicely framed, 99c. One to a customer. Refrigerators to make way for new car. 6 Choice Druggets, all Lace Curtains and Dra peries red tagged. ? Come at once; it will be worth your railroad fare. Sydnor & Hundley, Leaders in Furniture, 709-711-713 East Broad Street. - - - Richmond, Va. The ladies are/invited to inspect our Flat showing Farlor, Library, Dining-Room and Bed Room?all furnished. AKE-ROOM SALE Carriages, Buggies and Wagons for Next 20 Days. In order to mako room for our SjiritiK Htock. wo wlll Offer for aalo at greatly r".liirr-rl prlcca our entire stock of Vehiclea, Ori our floors you wlll lln.l RUNABOUTS. TOP BUGGIES, VICTORIAS, DEPOT ROCKAWAYS, WAGONS, SINGLE AND DOUBLE TRUCKS, SURREYS, PHAETONS, _C. Now in tho time to have your volilcloa renalred aml repalnted. Wo wlll do tliem up for you ln tlio bi-st man nor aml nt lowest prlces, quality of work con.slrlored. ? R. HL BOSHER'S SOIMS, 15 SOUTH NINTH STREET. Rear of Mutual Building. preclatlvcly of tho Greek structure, of its place among tho churchcs of tlie city iinii of the hbpcs and deslros embodled iu Ita coropletloii, He ?ald that he came to bring tu Hh members thb congratula tion.s of lilmself und his congrcgation. Ile referred ln eldquoht phrasea in the stuggles und tribulatlons that hbd nre ceded its constructlbri. ?r oven Its ptan nlng; to the long period of waltlng. when it was in proccss ?f building, and then to tho glorlous clltnax, when It was ded ir-.-iterl to the service of God aud conse .-niterl as a house of worshlp for His pcjiple. Ho congratulatcd hls henrorn on the slmplo beauty and clpgance of tho build? ing, suying that as often ho had passcd by Its massl.ve poitnls. Ii.itlied In the splendnr of electrlo llghts, he had won dered why does not tlie genlus of Chris liiinlly alty Itself with tho beautlfu! ur chitectural ldea of tho Greeks, who ero bodled forth ln thelr classlc structurcs a beauiy aud glory that hnve never been rlvnllecl. He psked if there be such a deop twilight surroundlng Christiunity, such a'vngiieness In Its ldeuls, such hope less longing for thlugs Indellnlte, thut It could not feel Itself :U home in the beauty of the Groeks, who bullt ln niarble tlio poirfoct expresslon or u detlnite ideu. But here and now, In thls beautiful temple of God, ho could eongratulato tliem that tliey hnd reverted lo tho beauty. the graudeur and tho feplehdor of aneient GropCC. Dr. Jones Speaks. Or. Gimlner -waa lislcried to witli the inte.nsest intorcst, hls words evidontlv taking a deop hold on the mlnds ot hls Uoarars. He was followed by Dr. M. Asliby Jones. who hlmsoir rosn to a like pitoh of eloquence aud of Chrlstlan fer vor. Ho was preceded by Capt. F. A\. Cunnlnghaiii, who rondered a solo. Dr. Jones Introducud hls reinarks by saylng that he hud come from the porlo tomplo on Church 11111 to groot tlio Coi-I.i tlilan temple, and to eongratulato build ors. It was a caso of Greek meeting (ireclc but not with tho old oonstruction, of tho idea, for thls was not a tug of war, but a slrongthenlng of the tles of ono faitli aud of ono God. ln a/.brief re vlow ho touched upon tho o d days ot tlie ohurolii in its formor building, ot tho s,u',,.,l assoeiatlons and of . llO blossed iiiciiioi-i.-s stlll clustorlng around the ie o 1)ranoo or the building whlcli Is no "rore. llo said thal briek und mortar could hc destroyed and woodwork nnd Iron could bo demollshed. lnit never could bo lost ln ruins tlio Sllorod meniarles oj the old ohuroh whlch they had brought -with them Into the ne\y. ,,??-, -,;? ? Refcrrlng to-David's- deslre -to build- a temple to his Lord, which; he had-not beon allowcd to do and whlcli had been oroctod hy hls son, Solomou, thn speukor utiowed how often the tlioughts and hop.-s ot one generatlon are trnnsJutod'into, and reallssod by. tho noxt, it la tho eo-opo ration of all generiitlou aml of tlio yoars that hnvo gone. So w'th tliis temple in which lio stood. II Is the. offsprlng of tho veiu-s; It had been growlng ln thoiight and hope untll to-nlght it hlossoniod forth ln all its beauty. And tlie fuces of those iu whose h.-arls tlie hope of lt had lalii ht tho past woiv looklng down lu trluiiipli on tlie iiionuiiieiitiil exprosslon of thelr snuls' higliesf usiiilutloiiH. 'I'he story. of its llf.v ituil work had liugwu bill it wns not jci, Uiilslicd, I'or it ia but ouu ombotli mcnt of one age-Jong story of hopo and faitli antl life. And thi-i story. bcgun ln the general Ions thal have gone. wlll be Itundcd down to their chlldren's chlldren. who will some day come to this holy templo and dedlonte themselves to their fathers' God. AVIili eqtinl pride lio as sured them in its toivellnosa aud iu for what ii Stood ln- badc tiniu God-speed. To-plghl thero will bo liCld an Inter denomlnatlonal scrvlco, at which scVoral niinlsters of the othor dctiominations wlll make addresses; A cbrdial invilution ls cxtended to the public of whatevor croed, aud ospeclal stress Is to be lald on tbe InterdepomlnntlonaJ Ceature of the ser? vices. PREDICTION MUST HAVE BEEN UNSATISFACTORY (By Assoclated Press.) BOSTON, GA.. February 12.?Kapalll Abrnham, an Egyptian fortuno teller wlth tlio St. l.ouis Caruival Company, was shot and killed ln the Maide Truding Conipany's store this afternoon by a partV or partlos unkiiown at present. The coi-oaer will tiold hn, iiniucsL to-morrow mornlng. ? Miners Resume Work. (By Associatod Press.) DUBOIS, PA., February 12.?A, niass meetiiigs held to-day lliu terms of scitllc nrent l-ca.'hed by olilclals of the t'.uited Mlno Workers and General Mannger l?. W. Roblnson, bt tho Buffalo, Rochesler and Plttsburg coal liiterests wero ratlflcd and the ciuploycs of sixteen opcrations of tbe company will .resume work to morrow. 135 We will sell thls weok another fulk slzn Upright Piano, up-to-dato in over# partlculur, guaranteed for thty. nhov? price. Our eiitlro stock of Pluhos, Or gaus. Small luslruments, Sheel. Muslc at a llberal dlscouiit propurutory'.to movlng Into our pormanont quurters. Lee Fergusson Piano Company, 23 WEST BROAD. 'Phono 1030, ? ? 'p'iions .1031, .