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Many Distinguished Members Present, Including Hon. Simon Woli. [Speclal tn The Ttmes-Dlapatch.] WILMINGTON, Ni C? April 26.?Thc thlrty-fourtii conventlon of the Most Worthy Dlstrlct Grand Lodge. No. 5, Independent Order of Bnal B'rllll' ls a renllty. The conventlon cblivened here to-nlght wlth beautlful and most Im prcsslve oxerclsos nt llie Temple of Isracl, corner of Fourth and Market SlreetH, and tlie edlflCo was crowded to the iloors. The delegates, represent Ing both tho Carollnos, Virglnla, Georgla, Maryland nnd the Dlstrlct of Columbla, cornmenced arrlvlng aa early as yeisterday mornlng, and tlit-'re are ficorea now In Wllmington. belng en? tertalned at liosp'table hoines of the Jewlsh people, who nre nmong the piost progrcsslve and promlnent of tlie folks of the lower Cape Fear section. One of the most distinguished visltors Is Hon. Slmon Wolf, of Washlngton. D. C, who nt one time was mlnlster to Gre<v:e. He dollvered a brilllant orn tlon at the exerclses here to-nlght. I,atc thls evenlng a dcllgblfui Informnl receptlon Is belng Klven the visltors. Mr. Miilzli-r Spenkai ln WllmliiKton. [Kpeclal to Thc Timea-Dl.ipntch.] WILMINGTON. N. C. Aprll 26.?As a decp'mark of thelr approclatlon. of thc worth of the man. thc- members of W1I n'.lngton's Chamber of Commerce yes? terday, :n a special nnd largely attend? ed meeting, presented to thc presldent. Mr. J. Allifn Taylor. a costly and hand? some Mllver service. The presentation speech was made by Mr. Wllllam E. "Worth. a promlnent cltlzen, and ln ac eeptance Presldent Taylor made a splendld response. Other speeches were mado, and among the number was a delightful Imprornptu ono by Mr. Henry S. Hutzler, of the flrm of Hutzler & Co., prlvate baqkers. of Richmond, Va. He was called upon. and made an ap proprlato and lnterestlng addreas). Mr. Hutr.ler ls here to attend the conven? tlon of the linal B"rlth. AN BVENLVG OK I'LEASl'RE. Entcrtolunicnt of Inuaunl Mcrlt Glvcu ln Aslilnnil by lioine Tuleut. [fjpeclal to The Tlmea-Diapatch.J ASHLAND. VA.. Aprll 26.?On Thursday nlght, Aprll 23d. a very ln? terestlng entcrtalnment was glven un? der the ausplces of the. Siinbcams and Ladies" Ald Soclctles of the Ashland Baptlst Chureh. Thc cntertalnment was dlvided Into three sectlons, flrst. a serles of tableaux. in whlch there were llvlng plctures of celebrated paintings posed for by some of Ash land's prc-ttlest women; seeond. Tenny son's **Dream of Fair \-> omen" was read hy Mr. .1. Miller Leakei and thc vari? ous scenes therefrom glven ns dream plctures. ln which tlie characters were taken bv local talerit; tiurd, the coup dance was glven. ln whlch tl-.o follow? lng gentlemen took part: Messrs. C. XV. Lc.ile. Luther Hartsook. Charles Chen ery, Willle Mldyette, Harry Moyler and Dr. J. M. Hart. The musical part of the program was excellent. Mrs. R. IC. Blackwell, Messrs. Wallace and Proctor and the Randolph Macon Glee Club Orchestra furnished appropriate music durlng the poses and ln the Intermlssion. The prcgram fol I. Llvlng Plctures.?Chairlty (Thay? er), Miss Eleanor Wlngfleld. of Rich mond: llttle Miss Irby and Master Wil? liam E. Dodd. dr! with the Mutf (Madame Le Brun'l. Miss Hallle Vaughan. Ruth ancl Naom! (Calderon). Mlsses Baldwln. Augusta Nlxon and Cabell Jones. The Duchess of Devon shlre CGainsborough). Mrs. John Ad*al son. The Scotch Belle-. Miss Julla Wei slger. The Evenlng Belles. Mrs. B. M. Rhepherd. Mlsses Mldyette and Brlggs. Thc Mornlng Belles. Mlsses nughes. Lawless and Page Nlxon. The Modern Belle. Mrs. B. Morgan Shepherd. The Convent Belle. Mrs. James M. Cox The Belle of *fil. Mlss Eleanor \l ingfield. The Belle of Long Ago, Miss Elsle Carrtwell. The Bellf" of th" r uture, Mlss Bvrd Svdnor. The Colonlal Belle. Mrs. John Addlson. The Fates (Thu mann). Misses Margaret Lee, Mary llawes Tyler ancl Augusta Nixon. Madame Le Brun and Daughter (Le Brun). Mrs. I. N. Vaughan. of Bich? mond. ancl Mlss Eleanor Sydnor. Tho Angelus (Mlllet). Mlss Ruth i^lakey and Mr. J. Miller Leake. Intermlssion. Music. II. "Th" Dream of Fair Women.'? Beader. Mr. J. Miller Leake; Helen of Troy, Miss Margaret Alllson Lee: Iphi genia, Mrs. Henry R. Carter; Dlana, Mlss Mary Jones; Cleopatra. Miss Ef fie Pros'ser; ladtps-In-wa.lting. Misses Baldwln. Lancaster, Brlggs and Mrs. Shepherd; Mary Antony. Mr. D. R. Mldyette. Jr.: Jephthah's daughter, I Mlss Marv Clark Hoofnagle; maldens, Mlsses Hughes. Cabell Jones, Mary Coulter. Riker. Lawless and Fleet: Fair Bosamond and Queen Eleanor. Misses Mattle Mldyette and Conde Bridges; Joan of Are. Mlss Ruth Blakey; Mar? garet More, Mlss Eleanor Wlngfleld; King Edward I. and Queen Eleanor, ' Mr. Charles M. Bridges and Miss Mary Hawes Tyler; Aurora, Miss Cabell Jones. III. "Goup Dance."?Mrs. John Addl? son was perfect ln Galnsborough's (famous Duchess of Devonshire. whlle | Mrs. I. N. Vaughan and llttle Uiss I Eleanor Sydnor made an Ideal Madame Le Brun a'nd daughter. Another group plcture whlch deserves speclal men tlon was Paul Thumann's "Fates," ln whlch Mlss Margaret Alllson Lee. Mlss Mary Hawes Tyler. and Mlss Roberta Augusta Mxon took the places of the j three slstors who hold the destlny of mankind and spln the thread of life. Another plcture worthy of comment is the "Convent Belle," of Mrs. James M. Cox, and no one can praise too hlgh? ly "The Girl With the Muff" (Le Brun), in which Mlss Hallle) Vaughan looked ' every inch the part. In the 'Lream of Fair Women" all of the parts were well taken. and the costuming was excellent. All the la? dies and gentlemen seemed to have thoroughly caught the splrlt of the poem, and the poses were easy and natural. Thoso who took part ln the enteruainment reftected \great credit on themselves and on Mrs. J. M. Cox, Miss Chrlstine Cooke. and Mr. J. Mil Jor Leake, who posed the plctures and tralned Iho characters for thelr parts. The "Goup Dance" was thoro'ugrhly onjoyed by all the audlence, nnd closed the enter'talpment wlth a great deal of merrlment exclted by the graceful movements of these slrange creatures. In a finanelal way the nlght was a groat success, the Auditorlum belng fllled, and the two socletles of the Bap? tlst Chureh desire to thank each and every member of tho east for thelr part In tho program, ancl others for tho ald rendered. F1PTY FEOPI.E COXVEltTED BY METHODIST ItEVIVAL [Speclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.] LYNCHBURG, VA., Aprll 26.?A re vlval of two weeks- duratlon came to an end. to-nlght at tho West End Meth? odlst 'Chureh, whlch has been con 1 diicted by the Rev. L. P. Bransford, ithe pastor. The services have been well, attended, and nearly flfty new mombera have been added to the chureh as a result. Tho churcli wns organlzed iln a,building erocted by the Methodlst Unlon of thls clty durlng the past Wlnter. Mrs. A. E. Thorp, manugcr of ihe Dlxle Movlng Plcture Theatre, aftor 'Vlsiting- Brooklyn, Jorsey City, New lYorlt ancl Atlantic Clty, to educato i herself moro tnoyouSfhly ln that line of lbU8lness, wlll return thls week to get her Dlxle Theatre, uorner Brook Ave? nue and Broad Street, ln readlness to opon, at an early','iato, witn ull tho i latest Improvements necessary for a Va N. C. FEDEU10I Sixth Annual Convention to Bc Held in Greensboro in May. [Speclal to The 'Tlmen-Dlapatch.] RALEIOH, N. C. Aprll 26.?The slxth Annual convention of the North Caro? llna Federatlon of AVomen's Clubs wlll be hold ln Oreenaboro May 5th. 6th and 7th. The httlla of the Adclphlan nnd Cornellnn Llterary Socleties. at the Stnte Normal and Indtiatrlnl College, have been extended to the federatlon for thelr uao durlng the convention, nnd h most profltable meetlng ls an tlclpatcd. The program la ns follows: Tueadny, Mny fitb. 11 A. M.?Meetlng of the executlve board at the residence of Mrs. G. AV, Whltsett, 217 Chureh Street. 3:30 P. M.?Openlng seaalon, Carneglc Library. Address of welcome, Mra. B. C, Sharpe. Response, Mrs. Eugene Rellley, Address of prealdent, "The Work of the General Federatlon," Mj-b. Emma A. Kox, author of "Pnrllamcn tnry Uaage for AA'omen'a Clubs." Re? port of ofneers of the federatlon. Re? port of general federatlon State aec retary. Announcement of speclal com mlttees. S:30 P. M.?Receptlon to the federa tfon by the Oreenaboro clubs at the home of Mrs. Edward P. Wharton. AVednemlny, Mny Oth. At the State Normal and Industrlal College: 9:30 A. M.?Presentatlons of crc dcntial.'. 10:00 A. M.?Mlnutea of openlng sea alon. Report of credential, commlttee. Report of commlttee on rules and regu lallons. State alds to llbrarles, Mrs. Annie Smlth Ross, prealdent North Carollna Llbrary Aasoc'latlon. Report of departmonta?llbrary extentlon, edu? catlon. vlllage lmprovement, art miiPlc. publlcatlon. , 1:00 P. M.?Meetlng of board of di? rector.". 1:30 P, M.?Luncheon. 2:30 P, M.?Rcporj of board of dl rectors. Report of departments?State charlties, reclprocU.v. chlld study. home economles, llterature. Three-mlnutc roports from club prcaldents. 4:15 P. M.?Meetlng wlth students of Normal College. 8:30?Lecture?Sounthern Llterature, Dr. C. Alphonso Smith, Unlversity of North Carollna. Thursday, Mny 7th. 10 A. M.?Roll Cail. Minutes of Wednesciay'a meetlng. Revlsion of consntutlon. Unfinished business. New liuslness. Electlon of officers. Report of committee on courtesles. Minutes Completed. 1 P. M.?Meetlng of new executlve Ooard. 1:30 P. M.?Luncheon at Greensboro female College. 3 P. M.?Drive to battle ground. 9 P. M.?Receptlon to federatlon by ?vterchant's end Manufacturer's Club. The officers of the federatlon are as tollows: President, Mlss Margarett LoveTl Gfbson, Wilmlngton; flrst vice prcsident. Mrs. Eugene Reilley, Char lotte; second vlce-president. Miss Mary Petty, Greensboro; recording secretary, .Mlss Sallle Kirby, Goldsboro: corres pondlng 3ecretary, Miss Rebecca Wat kins, Henderson; treasurer, Mra. Tnomas Maslin. AVinston-rfalem; audi lor. Mrs. E. F. Reid. Lenoir; general tederation secretary, Miss Gertrude Well. Tlie Genera! Federation of Wo'man's Clubs hoids its blennlal meetlng in Koston .lune 30th, and the following ffelegates have been elected to fepre sent North Carolina: Miss Margarett Olbson, Wilmlngton. N. C; Mrs. Eu? gene Rellley, Charlotte; Miss Rebecca watkins. Henderson. Alternates?Mlss Sallie Klrby, Goldsboro; Mrs. G. W. whltseTT. Greensboro; Mrs. F. S. atevens. Ralelgh; Dr. Dehr Dixon Car roll, Ralelgh, N. C TO SUCCEED BAIIK5DALE. Two Candldatra Out for the PoMtton of - Exainlncr of Flduclal Accounts. [Speclal to The TimeB-DI?patch.] LYNCHBURG. VA., Aprll 26.?Con slderable interest attaches in thls judl clai clrcuit In the contest for the ap pointm^nt as examlner of flduclal ac? counts. the vacancy having been caused by the recent death of Hon. W. P. Earksdale, who held the office a number of years. The candldates so far aro C. M. Barksdale. of South Boston, a eon of Judge W. R. Barksdale, who will make the appolntment, and R. H. T. Adams, Jr., of Lynchburg. Fetltlonu are belng clrculated here asking the r.ppointment of both. Tho office payo between $1,500 and 12,000, thle being one of the best paying clrcuite ln the State. EGGLESTO.V TO DECIDE. Wlll Scttle Controversy aa to Lynch? burg School Slte. [Speclal to The Times-Dlspatoh.] LYNCHBURG. VA, Aprll 26_State Superlntendent of Instructlon Eggleston is expected to come here from Rlch? mond late thls week to arbitrate the site contention between the school board of Brookville Dlstrlct and County Superintendent Garbee, in the hope of settllng the dlfflculty so the new bulld ing may be completed in tlme for use next fall. The board and the superln? tendent cannot agree on a slte, but all concerned have agreed to allow the State Superintendent to settle the con? tention. The new building Is to cost $10,000, andis designed to glve school ing to children in the suburbs of tho clty. N. ANI. AA'. TERMINAL. I'.irmor Tliat Paiiieugcr Tcrnilnnl AA'lll bt Moved trom Roanoke to Lynchburg, [Speclal to The Times-Dlspatch.] LYNCHBURG, ArA., Aprll 26.?A woll defined rumor is current here that tho Norfolk and AVestern ls contemplatlng changring Its passenger terminals from Roan"okQ to thls clty. Traln crews operatlng between Norfolk and Bristol now chango at Roanoke, but, it ls sald, the company wlll make thls chango here, in order to dlvlde the runs of the different crews exactly In half, as Lynchburg ls equal-dlstant from Nor? folk and Briatol. Thls would mean tlie removal of more than 100 persons from Roanoke to thls clty. ?. ? ? ' ' ? ? ' ? OHIO GETS FULL TITLE TO HER EXPOSITION SITE NORFOLK, VA? Aprll 26.?-Wlthout further cost to the State of Ohio, that Stnte was last nlght glven a fee slmple tltle to the land upon whlch the Oliio State bulldlng stands at the Jamestown Exposltion Grounds on petltlon at As? slstant Attorney General Miller, of Ohlo, prosented before Judge Edmund AVaddlll. in the Federal Court. There was no opposltlon. -Tho bulldlng will be sold under the deed granted by the court. Or. Moore the Orator. rspeelal to The TlmeaiDlspatoh.'J LYNCHBURG. ArA? Aprll 26.?Dr. W. W, Moore, of the Southern Theologlcal Bomlnary, of Rlchmond, lias accepted the lnvltationsof the Sweet Brlar Instl tuto to make the closlng address' at the second commehceii'ieht of that erowlng insutution un Mtiy, 10U?. V But keep both eyes wide open Many thousand people have winked at the grocer during the past ten days. In response they have re ceived a generous sample of Kellogg's Toasted Corn Flakes. And they were delighted. It gave them an idea of how delicious a breakfast food could be. Over 100 men were engaged to issue the invitations and see that all grocers were supplied with "wink ammunition.n The result was a most phenomenal demand for the new breakfast food. We venture to say that hiUy one half the people of the city had Kellogg's Toasted Corn Flakes for breakfast this moming. And most of them will continue to enjoy it for breakfast. But every great success has imitators. "* The real purpose of this advertising campaign^^jj is to guard you against substitution; we want to im- j press upon your mind the name "eJ^SJgg**11, ramiliarize you with the package and signature oi tftfrf4#fyi> and thoroughly acquaint you with the delicious flavor, of the genuine?Kellogg's Toasted Corn Flakes. For they may imitate the box?they may copy the name, but they cannot copy the Flavor. It's the flavor that won its favor. It will win your favor and it will hold it. So when you want the real Toasted Corn Flakes, be sure and call for and Insist on getting the GENUINE ?Jglfr%p This signature identifies the genuine. SMALL INTEREST L Brother Tells of Ruined Family. Thought That Jury Will Disagree. [Speclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.] FLOYD, VA., Aprll 26.?The prose? cutlon has flnished its evldence in the Rlchards trlal after an examinatlon of a large number of witnesses, and a number discharged that were examln ed on the former trlals .and not put on the stand at thls time. The Inter? est ls not as great as at the flrst trlal, as ls shown by the small attendance, very few people belng in the oourt room at tlmes. The prosecutlon has proved the pres ence of the dieguised man going to and from the place of the murder, but no one has posltively swore that it was Rlchards, the only witness that was positive was Bob Colllns, who swore that he met the prisoner in the road one "nlght. near tho place of the crime, and he slapped hlm tn the breast with a shotgun, and he knew that lt was Rlchards. At the last trlal the prose? cutlon proved by a wltness by tlie name of Sltes that he saw the prisoner at the place of the kllllng a few hours before lt happened. Thls wltness was Impeached at the tlme and very llttle credlt was glven to hls testlmony, and he was not put on the stand nor sum moned at all at thls term of tho court. The measure of the tracks was not lntroduced, ? and the prosecutlon relys on the evldence of tho shot bottle, the dlsguisad man, and the fact that Rlch? ards" was seen golng often in the dlrec? tlon of the scene of the crlme, espe? clally on the days 'that Francla was expected to vlslt Mlss Llnk. The defense lntroduced Hampton Rlchards, the brother of the nccused, who testifled that on the day that Francis was killed he was at Mrs. Lou Poffs, near where tho crlme was covn mltted. On hearlng next mornlng that they were accusing hls brother of the crime he hurrled home and carrled the news to Rlchards. He told of hls brother's fllght from home, and of a'ccompanylng hlm to Ferrum, the near est railroad station, and of hls sur? render to the deteotlves. Ho told of the death of hls father, mother and brother slnce, of hls home belng broken up and the children all scattered and gone. The prisoner sat through nll thls without showing any emotlon at all. The case wlll be flnished by tho latter part of next week, and the opln? lon Ia now that lt wlll be another hung jury. ? "GIPSY aUEBN.' Operettu Preneuted by Cteven Aiiiateur* at Ablusrdon. [Speclal to The Tlmos-Dlspatoh.] ABINGDON. VA., Aprll 26.?"The Gtpsy Queen," a pleasing operettu. was presented at the Opera House Frlday night by a caste pf forty-ftve charac? ters, under the dlrectlon of Mlss Flor ppnc, Paiwi,,tfa^-/iirantng^Atl,,.volfi??.uul?. ture at Martha Washlngton College. MIss Eaird herself took the part of the glpsy queen, and ther'eby added much to the dramatlc force of the operetta. MIss Janle Penn, as the Tyrolean queen, sang wlth clear sweetness throughout the evening. and her slender grace never showed to better advantage. The choruses were well drllled, and MIss Balrd lntroduced as a speclal feature the- Florodora sextet. SWEET BRIAR SCHOOL ADDS A DORMATORY rspeclal to The Times-Dispatch.] L.YNCHBURG-, VA., Aprll 2fj?Work hag been started on an addltional dor CONFEDERATE MONUMENT Thls hnudaionie Confedcrate mouu nicnt, crcctcd In mciuory <>( tlmse tvho ft-ll neiir WllllaiimbiirK during tlie Clvll War, will be iiiivcIUmI ou Mny Stb. The inoiiiiiiieiit Im iipou the old I'alai'e Greeu, nud In tlie bnekgroiiiiil in *ccu UU* IiuUiUuit lu wblch whi locuttd tUc Urat law ?oliool of Aiuerica. matory at the Sweet Briar Instltute, the bulldlng h'aving a capacity for ac commodating fifty young ladles. The second aession of thls school. The Instltute had an enrolment of thlrty flve the flrst year and 100 thls sesslon. The accommodation of 150 for the third sesslon. begtnntng next September wlll undoubtedly be fllled. Thls institute was founded under the wlll of Mrs. Indiana Willlams, who dled about seven years ago, and Its equlpment, landed estate and endow ment make lt easlly one of the rlchest echools for glrls ln the South. IS Saloon People Who Will Close on Thursday Getting Rid of Assorted Stock. Selllng Uquor at auctlon is somewha* of a novelty here, but many of the 100 saloonkeepers who wlll shut up shop at mldnlght on Thursday are getting rid of thelr stock by that method. Buy ing the stuff ls much llke taklng a plg ln u poke. Some of the "knock down" product is bottled ln bond, whlch Is an evldence of its quality. Other saloons whlch have not ro sorted to the auctlon game are dlsplayV Ing great white signs, announclng that overythlng must bo sold before the flrst day of May. The stock is being dopleted, flxtures have been cnrled away, and about the places there ls an nlr of emptlness. AVith the reductlon in the riumber'of saloons from 250 and more to 150, sev? eral hundred liersons wlll be thrown cut of empioyment. Some of them have piepared to engage ln other buslncsts, but the majorlty aro stlll looking for Jobs. In tho drlnk-mlxlng llne tho op portunitles are more tlmtted than here tofore, as' the prolilbltion wave haj swept away the Uquor trade from hun dreda of cltlea. WIFE STILL LIVING Several people who knew George Frederick Raymond, allas Gomarchl, al leged to have embozzlcd a large sum of money from Mr. Edwln Phaup, llv eryman at No. 600 East Clay Street, state that Rayuiond's wife, who was Miss Evans, ls stlll livlng. and that she ls ut present In St. Louls, wlth two chlldren. lt was reported at the tlnie of tho alleged embezzlement that the nia'.Vs wlfo had dled ln tlie Memorlal Hospltal, but thls ls -denletl. Raymond'a wlfo was the daughter of Mr. Snm Evans, formerly proprifttor of stables at Fourteanth and ' Franklin Streets, but now dead. She had u bro ther, Mr. Claude E. Evans, who llyed at No. 605% South Plne Street. but he has moved. nnd no ono seems to know hiH wheronbouts. SPAHTAXIU'IIG MUSIC FRSTIVAl, THIS WF.EK SPARTANBURG, S, C.i Aprll 26. The fnurteenth annuiil South AUa'.Atlc States' Music Featlval wlll takeVplace here Aprll 29th, SOtli nnd Mny lat. Thero wlll be three evenlng. nnd two afternoon. conoorts. Ten sololsis, In cludlng such nrtlsts as Madattle Oiulski, Madamo Jotnelli nnd Davld Blsplumi, wlth the New York Symphony Ovctioa tru of flfty nien, AValter Dainro.sch, con ductor, and tho Convorso College cho ral Soolety of 200 volces. Arthur A. Manchosler, conduotor, wlll fnrnlah tho program. On operntlc nlght, "Tho Mea slah," tlie "Erolca" sympho'iiy, und n atnr program on ' nrtlsts'' nlght wlll bo the fenlures, The scope of-tlitvfestiviU' Is shown by tho extent of Its putron nge, the whale South Atlnnllu aeulioard. MIsslsHlppI, Tenitessoe, Kentucky und ludiana furnislitng putrona. ' SOF SCHHIOFF Detective Chief Declares He Will Not Go Fishing After All. Captain A. M. Tomlinson,- chlef of, detectlves. basn't been (ishlng since he' was a small boy, nearly seventy-fiva years ago, and tho other day he made up hls mlnd that he would renew hls youth and go forth. and hook ,a ,few chiib and perch and things. He1 was sltting in hls prlvate offlce benHing a pin into a hook and flxing hls wqtghts and Une, when Sergeants Bailey and McMahon loafed ln and sat down ln tho adjolnlng offlce, which ls separated from the private offlco by only a thln partltlon. "Had & funny ciream last nlght," sald McMahon. "Dreamed. there was a dead man lylng out in my yard, and I i couldn't get him out. 1 fooled round a long tlme, and tlnally got a lot ot men and a wagon and hauled him away. I could sco him just as' plaln, and 1 woko up all ln a porsplratlon." "Beat that," sald E-nlley, drawing on his Engllsh plpe, for three and slx. "t dreamed several of us wore out fish? ing down at Drewry's Bluff, and we had two dead men in the bont. Ono was lylng out flat, and the other was perched up ln the stern, Rvcrj- now and then he would fall over, and the man next .to him would havo to shovo him back ln 'place. Wo wore golng down tho rlver; I don't know wliy. Funny to go down the rlver wlth two corpaes." Captain Tomlinson pricked up hls ears. "Humph," he sald, and dropped hls tacklo, "Yes," sald Bailey, "wo were golng down the rlver, and thnt corpse..-kept falllng over Into the other man's lap. Evcrything was Just as plaln as day. but I don't know who el'hor tho ti-ad men or tho llving wore." Captain Tomlinson loped-. Into the offlce. "What's all this'.'" he gasped. "Just some dreams," they replled. "Phew!" he sald. "Say, boys, don't l.'licve I'll go ilshln' to-morrow." Ho threw his tackle into tho.wasto paper l.askct, nnd he hnsn't gono tlshlng yet. Ho prefers to pull his plpo and to let othei's do the tlshlng. Thls ls tho tlrst tlme 011 record that Captain Tomlinson over backed down. If you ask him If he bellevea ln dreams he will tell you . that ho Is not golng tlshlng. Roblicd Whlle Anleeu. W. II Green, a whlte man, clalmlng to be from Washlngton, D. C. was arrostod early yesterday morni-ag by Pollcoman Tucker on the chargo Of steallng a $30 ? watch from Atexundor Marshall. Tho hittcr clalms that tho two were ln a house together, and that whlip he was asleep on a loungo Green stolo the watch from hls poeket, Greqn: was thoroughly searched by Tucker.j any\ the watch was found hldden in ? gl?vs in hls pocKet.