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OPERATORS QUT Claim Tliat Negro Took Place of White Man in Johnston Box Factory, MOST OF STRIKERS WOMEN Managcmcht Says Negro Was .Only Jaiiilor and No Morc Trotihlc ls Fcarcd. Compallnlng that a negro had boen employed In tho placo of Wil'lam lloanc, a recently dlschargcd operator, the otltlro force of ojierators yosterday ?mornlng walked out of the plnnt of Johnston nnd Company, Incorpnriitnd, Jiaper box inanufacturi.'rH, at 10 South ?Tenth Street. So.vonly-flvo of tho "itrlkers are women. Yesterday mornlng iir. Johnston hatrfded D. lt. Cnlgln, om Vloyed nn a paper cutter, hls timo card. P. Li. FalBon, Bcoror, and T. .1. Wlley, listilstant scoror, followed Colgin out, though they wero not dlHchnrged. Mr. C'oleman, a member of the llrni, givoa nuotiier verslon of tho causo of tho strike', ullcglng that lt was be causn lie and tlio othor membera of tho company would not aoqulesco ln tho requoBt that tho llrm dlschargo the gi-noral managor ln the paper department, a woman. Ah for the negro, Mr. Johnson says ho wns not oinploycd ot tako Bonne's place, but that he was meiely a klnd of Janltor ln tho buildlng. Ho stated that the negro was dlschargcd yosterday. Mr. Johnston said that trouble had been hrowing for some timo, and that Jt was because Colgin appcared to be nt the head ot tho dlssatlsiled element that ho was dlschargcd. They wlll not conslder tlie dlschargo of tho fe? male managor, who they say Is one' of the most valucd of the employes. Mr. Johnston said last nlght thnt tho plant would be run as usual, and that ho dld not apprchend any serlous in convenic-nco. Mlt. J. OI.IVICII MISSING. r-'iimlly Greatly Aliirincd Iln* Xot ileen Seen Slnce Aprll 3(r.'h. Sir. J. Ollver, of 1117 TwoV.y-thlrd Street. Falrmount, disappeared from hls homo |ri April .TOth, nndjiinoo that tlme hls famlly havo hcaru nothing from hlm, and tiro consoquently much agitated over hls sndden dlsi|ppoar ance. Tho polleo havo ben notlflodi and Major Werner has sent out a de ncrlption of tho ni.in, as he was last seen to all tho polico headquarters of the State. Ollver wa? six feet tall, h.-frl a dark complexlori, high chek bones and fore b'-ad. Ile rXJentfy had hls rlght arm broken. Whon last seen he was wear? ing ft dark sult of clothes.a blue shirt and whlto collar. Ho Is about twnnty flve years age, and was marrlfd a short time ago. MCKNSKS HKI.IJ i:v. Nlao AppllrallonK fnr Saloons ar,. Kelntf WelK'bed In ihe Balance by Judge "Wltt. Nlne uppllcallnns for llqunr llcense. all of whlch aro coriteated, rt-maln uniiranted up to thls timo. ln moBt of theso casoB tliore in eonsiderable oppowitlon to the Issue of tha llcense, and Judge Wltt wlll Inqulre Into tbe mriltor fully before actlng. The namis of thom- held up and thc places where they desire to do huslnesa aro as foi. lows: K. J. llogan. Nn. 11 Holly Streot. lt. N. Tlller. No. 2 Holly Street P. H. Bulilvan. No. Ci'4 South Belvidera Slreel. Fllvio Funaf, Nn. 210 South Seeond Streot. Oiarles W. M>>wlcy, No. 620 North Klrst Streot. W. J. Warrlnqr, No. 221 South FlrBt Streot. J. R Conway, N'o. lr.01 XVoxl Cary Street. L. J. Guvernator, No. 1529 "West Cary Street. C. D. Hutzler, No. rios K-ixt Brond Street. Whlle It is not announced that llcense wlll nol 1>? Isnui"] to these, lt is known that thoy aro belng held up. nnd thore is strong probablllty thal several, If nnt all, wlll bo refured by tho court. In each caso com plalnt hns been mada qr objecilon formally entered to tbe Issue of thc llcense. HHI.VG TIIU.1I IIACK. Ofllccrs Coming To-I)iiy "Wlth Allcgcd lliiKgnge Thleves. \ Detectlve L. L. Scheror, of the Ches npeako and Ohio Railroad, nnd Detec tl.voB Bailey and Wren. of tho clty po? lleo force, aro expected back from New York somo time to-day with the alk-ged baggagg thleves. Steln and Allen, and the former's wlfo, wlio have beon trying to prevent for somo timo their oxtraditlon from New York. Tho prisoners will not appear In the Polico Court, as they have already been in Uicted by tho grand jury. SAbVATION* AltMV, I'romlnent Offlcer* Vlslt lllcliniond nnd Hold Meeting. A special meeting was held last last night in tho Salvatlon Army Hall by Major M. 15. Bnrtor and Adjutant Core, wlth the a.ssistanco of tho local olllcors. Thero wns a largo attondanco nt tho services, and tho meeting seemod to bo mucli enjoyed. Adjutant Coro sang, nnd an oarnest talk wus deliv ered by Major Bartor. Tho two olllcors wlll leavo this morn? lng for Newport News, whore thoy wlll conduct a llko mootlng. DR. GUI3RUY IS ELECTED IIISIIUI'-COADJUTOH COLUMWA, K. C, May 15.?Kov. Wil? liam A. Ouerry, chaplain of tiie Unlver? slty of lhe South, Sewanee, Tenn., wus to-dny elected Bishop-Coadjutor of tho South Carolina Episcopnl DIocosq, Tho bishop-oloet ls a natlvo of South Car? olina, and is" forty-llvo yours old. Get I'rl.soners Ilnclc Oovernor Swanson yesterday issued a requlsltlon on tho Governor of Now York for one Howard Boyd, a negro, wlni Is wnntod ln Mecklenburg county fnr murder, und who ls a fugltlvc from Justlce. Tho negro ls under nrrest at FIshkill Land Ing, N. Y., Tho Governor honorod n requlsltlon from tho Governor of Ponnsylvania for Samuel Blalr, who is wanted in Phlladelphla for desorting his wlfo. Ho wns arrested in Manehostcr, Va. G. Thursday, May 16,1907 I CCLj Richmond College Campus Matinee at 3:30-~~"As You Like It Evening at 8:30--~"The Tempest. 9> In case of rain, the play will be given in the College Hall. Get tickets at The Jefferson, Branch Allen's, near 9th on Main, and also at Grace and Main Street entrances to College Campus. Benefit of the Visiting Nurses' Association. -^-^?.-?:? . ' _?f,'*)^ "Hand-Tailored" is a phrasc that falls glibly from many Hps. Our garments are hand-tail orcd, to be surc, but we don't boast of it. ' It's the hcad behind the hand that counts in tailoring. We put head, as well as hand work, into our clothes. They're bastcd with brains. Head-Tailorcd SpringSuits, $15 to $27.50. Jacobs & Levy. Straws and Panamas are ready?$1.50 to $7. NEW ENGLAND MILLS TO INCREASE WAGES Eighty-Five Thousand Opcrativcs to Receive Ten Per Cent. . Advarice. BOSTON, May 15.?According to ad vlcoa from the leadlng cotton mlU centrbs of Southern New Kngland, fully 85.000 oporatlves will have thelr wages advanced about ten per cent., beglnnlng Monday; May 27th. The latest upward movement in mlll wages origjnnted In Fall Rlver. where a new agrt-ement recently announced provldes for a hlghor Bchedule May 27th. About 30.000 hands aro employed by Fall Rlver mllls. Nearly 23,000 operatlvcB In New Bod ford will also receive a ten per cent. advanco, announcement of which was mado yesterday. In Provldenee mlll clrcles, it ls stated that practirally every cotton mlll ln Rhodo Island will incroaae wages. probably about ten per cent., on May 27th, or a week later. The action of tho Rhode iRland mlll owners will affect about 25.000 employes. It Is also expeeted that other places which Invarlably follow the Fall Rlver or Rhode Island weaving llsts will shortly post notlces of tho advance. - ADM1TS PLOT10 1RDER THE GZAR TContlnued from Flrst Page.) which !h radlcally dlfferent from for nier attempt8 of thls naturo, aro not yet ln tho handa of tho secrot servico men. A fow underlings have been ap prehondcd, but the real Instigators of tho crime and tho mon who furnish ed tho blood money have not yet been idcntlflod. Tho pollce offlclals refuso either to afflrm or deny the story, and limit themselves to atatlng that there is no lndlcation that tho men arrested last week In thls clty wero connected wlth thls conspiracy. In revolutlonary clrcles it is declared that the men apprehended last week wero occupled with the reorganization of tho fighting bands of tho revolu tlonlsts which the pollco succeeded last year in breaklng up, and that the au thors of the prosent conspiracy must be sought outsido of St. Petersburg. Old SjKtem Stundis, ST. PETERSBURG, May 15.?The Councll of the emplro, or upper house of Parliameiit, to-day rejected the bill which was passed Aprll 30th by the lowcr houso, abollshlng trials by drum head courts-martlal. -.- , COI.ORED CIIUIICH WOIIK. Ilcport SIiowh Adviineemcnt of Educa Iti Sonlli. BIRMINGMAM. ALA, May 15.?The stxtenth nnual report of tho execu tlvo committeo of Colored Evangellcal Unlon of the Southern Presbyterian Church, which will be mado to tho General Assembly, which moots horo to-morrow, was mado publle to-day. During tho yoar tho recoipts of tho conimlttoo woro ?17,399. a gain of $1, 281 over tho provlous year, whllo dis bursenK'iUs amounted to $15,737. The committeo asks the Genoral Assembly to aupthorlzo tho ralslng of a spoclal fund at onco of $15,000 for a now buildlng for Stillman Unl\#)rsity at Tuscalosa, Ala., and other noded equip ment, An attondanco of 200 puplls 4"? rcported for TA. F. Forguson-Wflllams Industrlal Collogo at Abbovlllo. S. C. Tho commrtteo says It has under fcs auspiees tlfty-threo colored pastors serving sixty-four churches. I ? ?-?-. STEAMSHU* OFFIOEIl KII.I.ED AT XOItFOLK. [Spoclnl to Tho Timos-Dlspatch.] NORFOLK, VA? May 15.?George Moran, of Baltlomro, and an ofllcer aboard tho Amorlcan steamshlp Kana wha, was klllod here ahortly aftor mld nlght. Ho was boarding tho ahip by cllmblng up a laddor whon ho lost his hold and fell backward on tho wharf, striklng on his hoad, and breaking his riook, Tho body Is bolng hold by the Unlted StatOB Publle Ilealth and Marlne Hoapltal Sorvice. MONUMENT AVENUE Wlll BE OILEO Will Rclicvc Principal Plcastirc Road way of All ? DUflt. TO COST SIX CENTS A YARD Gity Knginecr a Warm Advocate of Plan 1'roposcd by Mr. Donlcavy. Tho Councll Commltleo on Stronts yrsterday requoHlod the Clty Knglnoor to preparc Monumont Avonue, from Alllson Streot to tho Boulevard, for sprlnkllng wlth nsphalt ollene, tho I>reparatlon whlch ls uso dln Detroit and many other cltluH to preservo mac adamlzod roadways and drives from Injury and to allay dust thore'on. An cxperlment wlll bo mado horo wlth thls proparatlon, whlch ls hlghly roc omtnendod by cnglneers and experta as an effectlve remedy f(/r the /dust r.ulsance, and as also preservlng the roadbed. - Conslderablo tlmo was taken up In dlscusslon of tho petltlon of the Amerl can Tobacco Company for permlssion to unload coal from cars on Cary Streot In front of the proporty of Mr. Edgar Gunn. It was contended by opponents of the permlssion nsked that tho com? pany had arnplo frontage at whlch to unload Its coal, wheroas Mr. Gunn had llttlo. The commlttee, by a declslvo majority, rejected the petltlon, and will report unfavorably thereon. I'lglit Coinnilttoe. The Councll Commlttee on Llght bad a briof mcetlng last night at tho Clty Hall, but dlsposed of nothlng mort than the routlne buslncss relating to the department. The Councll has authorlzed the Clty Attorney to acqulro sufllclent land for tho deslred cxtcnslon of the Gas Works and as soon as thls ls ratlfled tho re habllltatlon of the plant by the suc cessful bidder for tho contract wlll bc bcgun. COM.MISSIOIVERS GET $l,SO0. Thrce Meml.cr* of Ward A?4.lBnmcn<, .Must Slake Ileport by June. Messrs. B. O. Jamos, G. K. PoIIock and Clyde \V. Saunders, who have been named by Judgo Wltt as commlsslon ers to conduct tho assignment of pcr spns llving ia tho wards recently en larged by annoxatlon to the pronet preclncts in auch wards, wlll ente upon thelr dutles without delay, and hope to be able to complete the worl offjru0nethOTPbrlmary T tho ,atteer7ar ? .?',. The commlssloners will re celve $ .800, but ,nuch of thls w 1 |c to <"nPloy_the necessary clerlcal help. ?VVRIT OF ElUtOrt CIUXTED. Suprcue Court Clm George Mldgc, Another Clianoe. Tho Stato Supreme Court yestorrtn-, granted a writ of error and supersedea ife^^SBSStng^M^ In' Oc^be1?. 1^ ?f Ch"Ies T ^ tmJSl1*, Was kl.IIed whtIe asslsllng ai ofllcor ln arresting the negro h^?^nBel for Mld^et alleges a nura court. rr?rS at the trlal J? *?>? "?"? Tho verdlct against the condemnec Ma"ch. tbe CUy 0f -^xandria, |r The North's Problerru Editor of The Tlmes-Dlspatch: . hIr'?l be8" t0 say, Judgine from th, tone of the Northern paperl th?. '? not take an optlmisUc view of th< rapid increase of thelr negro popula conslderablo alarm, lest at no fllstanl day, they may bo confrontod wlth E negro problem, puro and simple. Thi< ls especlally tho caso wlth the Clty of Brothorly Love, wlth a negro ponu latlon of 75.000. As long as fhe negrc rfcmalned in tho Soutb, ho was the na t on s ward, and as such. was tho re clpient of much sollcitude, at lonu rango. But when ho goo- North and settlos among hls erstwhTle frlends who manlfestcd so much interest in hlf welfare whllc he was ln the Bouth. he is glven the cold shoulder, and at \he same tlmo made to understand that the South ls tho bost place for hlm II had long been evldent to close ob servers of passing events that ther< could be no solutlon of the negro problem in tho South untll the negroe had been distributftd among the North? ern States ln sufllclent numbers tc make their presenco felt, Tho South? ern people reallzed that it was neces? sary for tho negro and Northern pooph to como in contact wlth each other, lr .order to a mutual undorstandlng o< each other. That object havlng beer accomplished, the negro problem ln the South has practlcally been solved But whllo thls ls happlly the case ai tho South, there 1B a storm brewlng a' tho North that may ln the eourse ol tlmo givo the Northern people (to som< extent at least) a forotnste of th( flery ordeal through whlch tho Soutl wns made to pass. If tho signs of th< tlmos means anythlng, when tho negw populatlon bocomos moro equally dls trlbuted botwoon the Southern anc Northern States and as a log Ical sequonco tho nogro not onlj becomos a groater polltlcal factor, bui at the samo tlmo, by roason of greatei numbers, ls forceiJ to como lnto com petltlon wlth whlto lnbor, thon wlthou' all Blgns fail, thore wlll bo somethlns dolna ln the North. And tho Northern pooplo may yei have a thorough reallzatlon of the olc adage, "that curses, llko chickons, com< home to roost," And overy nogro whe crosses Mason and Dlxon's Uno golne North ls on a mlsslon to contrlbut< hls part townrd condltlons that wll eventually rosult In sottlln?r hls nea tlnv. WM. H. P. No. 3019 Eroafl Streot_ Let your home beer be Schlitz because of its purity. Get the good without the harm. In our brewery, cleanliness is carried to extremes. Even the air in our cooling rooms is filtered. Every bottle of Schlitz beer is sterilized, to insure freedom from germs. And all Schlitz beer is aged for months, so that it cannot cause biliousness. Be as careful of your beer as you Ask for the Brewery Bottling. QLfQ of yOUr food. Common beer is sometimes substituicd for Schlitz. To avoid being imposed upon, see that the cork or crown is branded Order SchHtZ* and be sure of it. Phone 3113 Schlitz Brewery Company 928 W. Broad St., Richmond t The Beer iiwauk GENERAL ASSEMBLY DF PRESBYTERUMS Commissioners Assemble at Birm ingham for Big Meeting. BIRMINGHAM, ALA., May 15.?With tho arrlval to-nlght of the commis? sioners from Virginla, South Carolina and North Carolina, practically all of the niembers fcf the (Forty-seveoith General Assembly of the Southorn Presbyterln Church ars in tho city for the opening to-morrow. The assembly will bo called to ordor by the modora tor, Allon G. Hall, of Nashvllle, Tenn. Tho general assembly will probably bo in sossion about nine days. The most important matter to come up for dis cusBon ls tho questlon of ratlftca-tion of tho Charlotte agreement, which looks to closer union .wlth tho other Presby terlan bodtes, partlcularly the North ern Church. Tomorrow afternoon, Dr. W A. Alexander, of Clarksville, Tenn., State clerk, will submlt Btatlstlcal ro ports. which will show tho contrlbu tlons of tho church durlnp tho paBt year will exceed thoso of tho provlous year by about $500,000._ SEfEHELY GBIDEHI HARHINIAN'S PIANS (Contlnued from FIrst Pago.) moro roads for tho dovelopment of tho Woat as thoy should bo. Kttvwt on Stoek?. Union Paclflo was tho storm centro of an attack by tradors on the Stock Exchango to-day on the appoarnnce of tho roport of counsel for tho Intor statn Commerce Commisslon. Union Paclflo stock Jumped noarly four points boforo support was forthcoming, and tho wholo list became wonk and unsottled ori.tho nows and docllned a polnt on th0 averago. Southorn Paciflc fell off a polnt, but stoadlod wlth good buylng. All rallroads holdlng stock control of othor Unea wero advorsoly .affoctod by tho nows, prlnclpally Ponn Bylvania, which becam0 weak. Aftor tho first shock of tho nows hnd passod the markot bocamo steady at the de cllne. No Iteport I.ssui'd. WASHINGTON, May 15.?Tho recom mendatlons of tho Mossrs. Kollogg and Kovoranco ln rogard to the Harrlman rnllroada aro not yot accoptod and con flrmod by the Intorstato Commerce Commisslon, ho that thoy stnnd at proaent morely as recommondntlons to tho commisslon and not the report o? the committeo ltsolf. The nvimbors of the commisslon con forred for an hour thls aftornoon ovor tho roport from New York that the rocommendattonB of Frank B. Kelogg and C. A. Sovornnco had boon mado publle. and thon authorlzed tho follow ing statement: Tlielr CoucluMtouN. Tho aoncluslona reachod by Mossrs. Kollogg & Severanco, compaotly o.\ proBsod, aro: Hullraiid compctltloii liim beru nl)??lulely nbollbhi-tl in iiu itri'ii equul <o out-chlrd ot the I'uitcd Statea, ln -hle_ Edward II. Harrl Ilurti?inn'a contrncta itIIU thn niuu i_ the undJupntcd liuinter. Itock Inlnnd, tne Southern I'nclDc, tho Snntu Ve, tlie Ullnola Ontrnl nnd tho San Fcdro road nre In vlti 1 ii tlon of the untltrust net, nnd thc Attorney-General 1* reconuuended to nroaeouta. Tho purt-huao of thc aharck ot one road by luiaUicr rond U an cvll practlce, und abould be pro Itibltcd by congrc'aalonul enactment. There should be new nntl atrlngr-. cnt lavvn aealn-t Inflatlon of bc -iiritle* anch aa vrnk brought uliout by the Altou re_r_i?nlrnUon, vthieb la deacrlbcd iu -inphatio terma. The prollta o* great ritllromlH ot the Weat ore belng uaed to accure the control of rnllwny ayatema o_ the En_t, Inatend o? bulldlng more Hnca lor tlie devcloiimcnt o? tlie Weat. The document proparod by Attorneys i-oiiogg and Severanco embraoos twen? ty-flve pagOB and ls a plooo of nervous, absplufe y uoambiguoua Engllsh. whlch will exclto commont all over tbe coun? try, not only among fluanciors. and holders of railway . securltles, but among tho troveling and shlpping pub? llc. Only ton coples havo boen prlnted and each inembor of tho commlsslon' has had ono for somo dnys. There ls no doubt that the commlsslon wlll lssue its report in a short timo. It had not been intonded to mako it publlc for about a month yet. This wns in accordanco with the wishes of tho President, who, lt is authoritative ly stated, has not tho sltghest objec tlon.to having the govorntnont procood against Mr. Harriman personally, but doos not doslro to tako steps whlch will havo an offoct upon buslnoss coii? dltlons little short of dlsastrous. Both tho President and mombors of tlio commlsslon regret that tho contents of tho report wero allowed to loalt out. ? STATE DOARD TO MEET. Electlon of n Member of tbe Library Iloitrtl Mny Como Up, Tho Stato Eoard of Educatlon has been callod to moot In thls city on Tuosday, Way 28th, and lt ls probablo that at this timo' a succossor to Hon. Charles V. Moredlth as a member of tho Stato Library Honrd, wlll bo chosen. Tho mootlng Is callod fnr tho trnn "sactlon of genoral business, but the library board matter may bo brought up, lthough tho term of Mr. Moredlth doos not oxpiro untll July lst. Mr. Merodlth may bo ro-oloctod, or it may bo that another wlll be nhoson in hls Btoad. It has heen whlspered about thnt another Rlchmond lawyor is bolng groomed to opposo him, but if thls bo truo hla namo hns not beon mado publlc. Personals and Briefs. Mrs. Davld T. Yancoy, who has beon undor the treatment of Dr. Stuart Mc Qulro for tho past four weoks, IA oon valoscent, and In a fow days wlll loavo for hor old hnma ln Lynohburg, where sho wlll spond the month of Juno. Miss Lula Calrns, who was oporntod on at tho Uetreat for tho Slck Tuos? day night, la gettlng on vory nlcoly. TOBACCO HABIT Cl.nrotto, Chrar. Plpo. Tobacco Chowlug and tho Tobuflco tlablt iu all forms nositlvely cured by VIQaTONA MAN-MAK'"!' TAHLETS. a product of tho fmnous JftnioHHiinatorluin. Many of tho pliysieul and montal weftknessoB from whlch mon suifor uro oousod by tlio uso of tobueeo. VIGATONA oven'oines tlieso woak nosses. Prloo, $li. For llteraturo uililros JAMLS SANATOIU-M, MeuiuUl-. T eiUV N1NETY DAYS FOR F Buchanan, Alias Fletchcr, Goes to Jail?and Does Not Appeal. W. S. Buchanan, allas Flotchor, charged with obtalnlng goods iwder falso pretenses and wlth passing worthless chocks on buslness houses of the clty, was yesterday mornlng sentencod to servo nlnety days ln jail. Buchanan was arrc|rted on a wur rant sworn out by G. H, Lovy, who had loat a small aniount of monoy through Buchanan's opolntlvns. It was found afterward8 that Buchanan hud bought a blll of goods from R. L. Christian & Co., and had a Bmall chock cashed in that storo. Buchanan ropresentod hlmsolf last summor as an agent of tho firm of Flotchor Brothers, ln Warronton, and bought Bevoral bllls of goods, paylng for them wlth a slght tlraft and always cashing a small check ln ofrder to ob tain monoy to got home. When tho drnfts wero prosonted to tho Flotchor Brothers. it was shown that tho Rlch mond merchants Juul boon dmposed upon. Buchanun was not ropresentod by counsol, but ploadod drunkennoss as his excuse. IJo u#'nt m jall wlthout appeal. , GROWINGBANK IN NEW QUARTERS The Bank of Commorco and Trusts, ono of tho rilOHt progrosslve banka in tho clty, a Stuto. clty and county do poHltory, has takon ovor tho cleposlt accounts of tho intorstato Bank, anil has inovod Itn headqiiurtors to tho Mu tual Bulldlng, Nlnth nnd Main Strocts, whoro It will bo better proparod than over to cnro for Its cuatomers. $t has long been the iutentfon or the mnuageinont of tho bank to get a promlnont locatlon on Main Stroet, but nothlng uttractlvo enough offerod untll thls tlmo, Tho bank will now bo ln posltlon to hundlo Its rupldly.-groSvIng buslnoss. Thls speakers woll for the progrpsslvo young Instltution, which numbers aniong Its dlrectoruto sonio of tho inoat promlnont buslnoss mcri lu Rlchihond. Thoso aro its ofllcers and dlroctors: 011 vor J. Sands, prosldont; A ,R| Ilolderby, vlco-prosident; Charles A. Poplo, socretary; O. E. Parrlsh? cashlor Church 11111 Bank; P. E. \V. Ooodwin, cashlor Bank of Commorco. Dlrectors?A. St. Clalr Biltlor, Jamos T. Cnrnoal, J. R. Gordnn, II. W. Roun troo, Charloa E. Wlugo, \V. C. Ciunp, Mohos 'i'hulhlnier, Jaclcson Guy, C, C, Pincknoy, Jniuus R. Khojipnrd, M. 0. Pnttorson, G. Watt Taylor, Ollvor J, Sanda, W. J. Payno, Phlllp Whitlock, Erumott Seaton, R. H. Ilnrwood, Edgat G. Guuti, Charles Hutalor, "\V. C. Schnildt, Robert Looky, Jr? II. D. Eleh olborgor, Jonathan ilryan, A. It. llol? derby, Onorgo A. Buhmolz. Illge'S Cuuilltlon ImproVi'd. Mr. Wultor Ingo, who shot hlmsolf In tho rlght broust Sunday nlght, waa salil to bo lmpriivlug 1'ist nlght at the Virginla Hospltnl, whoro ho waa tuker, suino liuura uflcr tho shootlntf. NIY MERGE WITH STflTE LI LtBRARY City Bar Association- Meets To* Day to Consider Committee's , Report. i The City Bar Associatlon has been called to moot at 4 o'clock thls after? noon to conslder tho report of a spec? ial c'omlttee aft'octlng tho future of its llbrary, whlch is now ln tho Clty Hall Tho comittoo named to report on tho ndvlsablllty of removing th* llbrary downtown doclaro this not to bo feasi ble, and recommonds that tlie associa? tlon loun tho Stato law llbrary Its val? uable bolcs and soll the rest. -j ID HUDSON BEiMD ffil BA1L Fay Clark and Ollo Hudson, of Ful ton, aged respectivoly fourteon and eloven yeurs, wero charged in tho Po? lico Court ystordny mornlng wlth hav? lng folonlously vsliot Thomas Logun Clark. Justlco Crutchfleld refusad tho motion for ball by Mr. Gllbert Poliock, attorney for tho two boys, but ball was granted at - o'clock by Judgo Wltt, of tho Hustings'Court. Judgu W'itt allovt ed $1,000 ball for oach, laaac Mny golng 0:1 tlie bond of Fay Clark, nnd Dr. Kambn Garoin going on the Hudg? lns boy. Tho family of tho Clark boy stnutly inslst that tlio shootlng wus accidontal, Clark himsolf lh 11 short inturmln of consclousnoss yosterday mornlng statcd tliat tho Hhootlng wus nccldental, and ther sems to be no evldence to tho contrary. It has not yet been deter? mlned even who flred tho shot. Tho pr'ellminary linarlng ar tho two boys wns pnstponod to Muy -oUtli, Young Clark Still Allve. The condltlon of Mr. T. H. Clark, who wns shot lu a souffla between ouu of hls smaller brothora here, Fay Clark and Ollio Hudson oll Tuo.sdtiy, waa ro portcd last at tho Ilotroat for tho Siek to bo the same. He Ia oonsclous, but hls condltlon Ih atill critical. Several iiiomUers of tho famlly bad a frienda wero at tho bodsldo. A strong stomach is the f o u n dation of good health. If yours is weak the Bitters will strengthen it and cure Sour Rlslngs, Heartburn, Slck Headactie, Indlgesllon, Dyspepsla or Billousness.