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mav have made to get hlm awny froir
hin wlfe nnd hack to her again. See '.ng. nfter n Inp***" of slx yenrs that eh* could not succeed, she fnrwnrdftd the ?postal cnrrls that led direct to hls Illd? ing rlace nnd to hls nrrost. Of course, 1 hnve tn do my duty. but I wna rcnlly Jdrry to tnke th? man awny from hls wlfe 'nnd rhildron. Let me say that h'* wlfe ls a very fInn woman." FUNERAL OF THE PREMIER Vr.rg- Gnihrrlns". Hrprrsenllnji; Pnllfl rnl Mfe of Kiiqrlinv** "< Obaenulen. LONDON, April 27.?Tho funcrnl jervjee of the Church of England was grdeinnl.Prt in Westmlnster A-bey at jioon to-dny over the body of Slr. Henry Campbell-Bannerman. late premler of Oreat Brltain, who dled April 22d, In the presence of a largo gathering ropresentlng t\w polltical life of Kngland. After the service a short processlon moved from the nb hry to Euston statlon, wliero a specinl tr.iln took the coffln, some of Slr Henry'. relatlves nnd a few of hls Slosest frlenda to Scotland. Th- lnst time the Body of a premler of England was taken to Westmlnster Abbey was ln 1S9S, when Gladstone wns hurled there. The cerernohy of to-day held mtich less of display than Ivns seen when Mr. Gladstone was lald kt rest. hut the grnndeiir of tho abbey and the character of those who assem? bled to-day fnr the last honor.to Slr Henry Campbell-Bannerman formed a r.otewnrthy hlstorlcal scene. Scores of the formor promler's polltical assocl nte.a- woro present, but hls two pretlo cessors ln offlce. Mr. Bnlfnur and Lord Rose"bery, were unable to nttend. The hymns sung during the service were ['Brlef Llfe Is Here Our Portlon," while thc coffln wns borne into the abbey; "I Heard a Volce"' and "Oh. God. Our Help in Ages Past." The dead marcli txom "?aul" wns played white the pro? cesslon was leavlng the abbey. ? At the doors of tlle abbey the onffln was met by the Dean of Westmlnster find tho clergy. The pall-bearers wero the Archblshop of Canterbury. the Duko of Fife, H. H. Asquith, the present premler; Lord Lorehurn, the lord high chancellor; Herbert Gladstone, secre? tary ct state for home affairs; John Morley. secretary of state for Indln; Lord Twcedmouth. lord presldent of th0 council; tho Earl of Aberdeon, lord lleutenant of Ireland. nnd Walter Long, John Slnclair and Thomas Burt, mem? bers of the Parliament. The Dean of Westmlnster and tho clergy led the processlon to tho centre oi tlie edlfice. where the casket was placed upon a temporary bier. Durlng the impres6lve service the abbey was fllle_ wlth a dlstinguished company, Including the Prince of Wales, who represented Klng Edward; Baron Stumm. who was prosent on behalf of Emperor Willlam; Premler Clcmenceau, who camo over especially from Paris to represent tho French government, and wlio placed a blg wreath on the coffln: Whltelaw Reld, tho Amerlcan ambassndor, and almost all the other members of tho dlplo? matlc corps in London. "ln addltlon, there were present the members of tho cablnet. many repre? sentatlves of the noblllty and of com? merce, and offlcers and ofnclnls repre senting every branch of the public service. At the conclusion of the ceremonies the coffln wns taken to Euston station. The Prince of Wnles, Premler Clenien ceau, Baron Stunnn, representlves of the Kings of Norway and Denmark. Mr Asquith, Foreign Secretary *Grey nnd most of tho roemhers of the <3abl r.et followed the cortege In carriages. The people had wnited fnr hours ln a downpour of rain to witness the pas? sage of the cortege through the streets. COMMENT OVER DROWNING Mlchlgan Womnn'n Denili An-oclntcd AVlth Sulclde of Another. OTSEOO, MICH., Aprll 27.?The drownlng nf Mlss Sarah Card<-r yester? day in Knlaninzoo Rlver has given rlse to conslderable common. In con? nectlon wlth tho sulclde two months ago of Mlss Etta DIcklnson, wlth whom Miss Carder had been llvlng at Dowaglac, On the nlght precedlng MIbs Dlckln son's sulclde the two young women en? gaged ln an earnest dlscusslon of the question whether suicido was over jjustifiahle, Mlss Carder contending that it was. Miss DIcklnson shot herself the followlng nlght. Miss Carder. who was forty-flve years dld; then came to Otscgo to live at tho home of her brother-in-1**, George Bnrdeen. Saturday ahe" started a letter tn a friend, but left it unfinlshed, explaln lng that she was feollng very nervous nnd would take a short walk before finishing. Yesterday her dead body was found in a clump of bushes near th? rlver. NEGRO BADLY WOUNDED Martha lllll nnd Annle Nelson, Colored, ArreKtetl for StnhhlnK Ethlle Whlte. Martha Hlll and Annle Nelson, of Newtown district. were arrested early thls morning by Mounted Offlcers Krug and Krouse on the charge ot' serlously wounding a negro named Eddie White. The quarrel was over family matters, and both women are alleged to have set upon the unfortunate White. He was stabbeij in the right slde, through the lung, and ls sald to be ln a very pre carlous condition. The negro was at? tended by Dr. Young, of the City Am? bulance Corps. Aaleep Nearly TUrcc Months. LOS ANGELES, CAL., Aprli 27?No change in the condition of Mrs. Beulah Hawklns is rc-pcrted at tho county hos? pltal. where sho to-day entered upon the elghty-flrst day of her strange trance-like sleep. Physlclans at thu hospita! say she may not regaln cou sclousr.ess for a year or more. VictlmM Nimiiirr Twcnty-Tliree. LONDON, April 27.?-No more bodies have been recovered froni tho wreckeil Gladlator. and the admlralty ahhounces that the namc-s of twenty-three already given complfttes the list of mlssing. American llne officials are preparing a statement of the dlsaster. Thu chiei steward of the St. Paul has sent a magnificent wreath on behalf of the glewards to Portsmouth as a token ol t-ympathy for the lost bluejackets. y^"B<sv,^i^'il<&lli?ilo^?^^ THERE IS DASH AND GC fn our now Spring Neckwear running patterns are naturall; in the lead. Not a shop on swell "Fiitl Avenue" ean show more nev designs or better fashions ii Neckwear than our patron: find right here at Berry's. 50c to $2.80. Underwear variety, too. Legless and sleeveless under? wear in two-piece or unior suits. Deitnel Linen Mesh. Jaeger's Gauze. 80c up. To Be Consecrate-d Bishop Much Interent ls tukcn here In the connccrntlon of Mom-lguor D. J. O'Con nell, rector of the Cntholle Unlverslty, na bliihop nt the cnthedrnl In Bnltlmore hy Cnrdlnnl Rlbbon-t on Sundny, Mny 3d. Klnluip O'Connell wn? ordnlncd ln Huni" in 1S77, npcnt three yenm nt St. Peter'*, In Itlchnionil, wns one ycnr pnntor nt Wlnchester nnd two yenrB iu Itnltlinorc prepnrlug mntter for the thlrd Plcnary Councll, of whlch lie wns seoretnry. He ivna nppolnted rector of the Amrrlcun College In Romc (18S5 lSOJi), inniU* inonnlgnor by the Pope nnd nppoliitcd rector of the Cntholle l.nlverslty, wlicre bc now \n. He linn In.sis of Itlchinonil frli-nils. Bishop Van de Vyyer. mnny Vlrglnln prlcsts nnd some people of Rlclimond wlll nt ti-iul the coilsecrntlon. SAVANNAH AFTER RACE, NEW YORK, April 27.?J. I). Thomp? son, chalrman of the Vanderbilt cup commlttee, announced posltlvely to? day that there would he a Vanderbilt cup raco thls fall, but was unable to say where lt would bo held. Two fornuil appllcatlons for the race have been made. One comes from Sa? vannah and the other from St. Louls. lt is understood that a third appllca? tion Is to come from Connectlcut. A. W. Sulllvan. secretary of tho Sa? vannah Automoblle Club, arrived ln New York to-day to asslst Harvey Granger ln presenting the clalms oi Savannah, These two wlll confer wlth Mr. Thompson to-morrow. It Is generally believed that because of the distance from New York to St. Louls the cholce of a Vanderbilt circult rests between Georgia and Connectlcut. Clalint lle Bought the Wheel. Henry Fletcher (whlte) was charged lr tlii* Police Court yesterday morning wltr sl'-allng a bicycle from Tl. K Ollbert, bui Ihe case was conllnueil untll May 2nd, Ir crCei to produce more evlder.ee. Flctchei clalms that he bought the wheel. not know lrg lt *.vas stolen. IVi-Noiiiil Mriitltm. Miss Effie Elllott, ot No. 2 West Marshall Streot. who for somo timo has heen ill wlth typhold fever *sj the Me? morlal Hospltal, is very much im? proved. In the convention supplement recont? ly Issued by The Tlmos-Dlsp.Ucn the ir-n-e of Pr. II. .1, Hurt was >.*.y 't m.'s tak<* placed under the plcture of .Mr, George L. Sehon and vlc. versa. Governor Stuart. of Pennsylvanla., h;i....appointcd Mr. G. B. Mountcastle _ commlssloner of deeds for th-j State of Pennsylvanla <n A'irglnla. Tho Rev. Dr. I.. H. Pitt, who return? ed last nlght fr?.m a trlp tu Lyneli' burg, fllled the -._)_-it of the C'oilc_ce JHlll Baptist Church there on Sundny 'morning. CALDWELI. MAY NOT 1,1 VE TO MEET CHARGES AGAINST HI..I NEW YORK. Aprll 27.?There seems to be littlo Ukellhood that Robert Calrt w'ell, "the great American Mentlfler," will over face an English court to an? swer to the charge of perjurv that has heen mado agalnst hlm. He* ls In the insane hospltal on Ward's Island and reported hy the physirlans as dally growing weaker. lt ls sald that he lias but a short tlme to live. He said that he know Drure as the Duke of Portland and that he arranged a falso burlal foi Druce. placlng a roll of load ln the cof* fln. When the gravo was opened, Cnld* well's statement was proved untrue nnd he escaped to America. He was Indicted and a demand was mado foi hls estratlltion. Two months ago hc was sent to the Insane hospltal. Mi*** .liickstui Not Mnrrled. MEHERRIN, VA.. Aprll 27.?Tho re parl that reached here a few davs agr that Mr. Harding and Miss Jackson, oi Richmond. had boon marrled ln Wash Ington was errorieous. This wns glver out ln good futth hy a reliable mar who found later that he waa misin formed. HEALS .OLD SORES The deep, underlying cause of every old vsore Is a bad condition of thc blood. This vital fluid has become infected with some germ or poison which prevents the place from healing. This iufection may be the result of au in attive, sluggish condition of the systein leaving the refuse matter in the body to be absorbed into the circulation instead of throwing it off through the usual channels of nature. Another cause is the weakening or polluting of this life-stream from hereditary taiuts, .or from the effects of a long spell of eickness, leaving disease germs in the system. When the blood is Tn this condition a sore cannot heal because the impurities with which the circula? tion is filled are being constantly discharged into the place to irritate and inflame the tissues and further disease the surroundhig flesh. The only treatment that can do any good is one that removes the cause, and for this purpose nothing equals S. S. S. It begins nt the fountain head of the trpuble and drives out all germs, impurities and poisons, and then the place, being ^upplied with rich, pure blood, heals naturally and pennanently. Local ap? pllcations assist incleansing the place, but a cure can only be ailected through a purificatiou of the blood, Book on Sores aud Ulcers and any ancdicaj ftdvice free. ^ T_^_SWIFT_SP?CIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA. - ? ?_. ? ' " '". ' uU-'is ..News Gathered From Southside.. As n flt!ing scr-uel to all that han boon sald and done ln the Interest of tho business and manufacturlng en tarprlso of Manchester, noarly forty prominent citizens gathered at tho Lafayette House last nlght .and per? fected an organization, to he known as the Manchester and Chesterfield Business Men's Association, whlch wlll do mtich towards advnnclng the In? terests of thls clty. 'After the meetlng hnd been called to order by temporary chalrman ... H. Hoko, a motlon was made that a commltteo be named.to nomlnate offl? cers. .The motlon was agreed to, and Mr.. Hoke appolnted the following: C. C. Jones, D. L. Toney, Judge J. M. Gregory, J. W. Barrett, Dr. M. P. Rucker and Augustlne Royall. Thoy nomlnated Mr. J. XV. Bronaugh pfes ident, but while expresslng himself as belng hcarlly ln favor of the move? ment, declined the honor, saylng that he could not glvo proper tlme and at? tentlon to the work. The commlttee again retlj-ed, and ln a few mlnutes reappeared nnd pre? sented the name of Mr. D. L. Toney, whlch wns recelved wlth much ap? plause. ?? Mr. Royall pald a hlgh tribute to Mr. Toney, saylng that no more worthy man could have been selected. In acceptlng, Mr. Toney. for whom the unanlmous . vote was east, brlefly explained that he had withdrawn from the commlttee at Its request; but dld not seek the nomlnation, he sald, nnd had urged that some "other name be presented, but ns lt seemed to be the deslre of the majority, he would ac? cept but called on each member to work for the clty, lts people and viclnlty. ;; After tho election of presldent Mr. C. O'B Cowardln wns unanlmously chosen secretary and trenstiror. 'Mr. Wlllis C. Pulllam then moved that a vlce-presldent be elected from each ward and from Swansboro, Oak Grove apd Forest Hlll. respectlvely. Those chosen are- as follows: Forest Hill, J'. W. Marshall; Oak Grove L. W. Cheatham; Flrst Ward, C. C. Jones; Second Ward, W. N. Owens; Thlrd Ward. Dr. M. P. Rucker; Fourth Ward, John W. Moore. The oucstlon as to tho amount of dues provoked some dlscussion, but the scale was flnally fixed as follows: Manufacturers and corporatlons, $16; business mon and merchants. .10; pro? fesslonal men and others,- $5. The following were appolnted mem? bers of the executlve commlttee to draw up the rules, regulations and bvlaws: Messrs. T. M. Carrrngton, J." D. Blalr, Charles Burkert, F. S. Anderson, D. L. Pulllam, H. C. Boattle, G. E. Gary, A. J. Daffron, J. M. Gravea, J. H. Hoke, James Bell wood, H. A. Maurice, R. O, Bowen, Augustlne Royall and A. L. Adamson. Before the meetlng adjourned near? ly thirty slgned as members. Mr. Toney extended the use of hls hall for one year free of charge, whlch was accepted. Chesterfield Supcrvl-iors. At tho meetlng of the Board of Sup? ervlsors of Chesterfield yesterday, Chairman J. S. Taylor announced that at. the next meetlng, whlch will be held tho fourth Monday in May, Dr. Hazen, superlntendent of publlc schools of Chesterfield, would present to the county the plcture of Hon. W. I^Clop ton, formerly judge of the County Court, and Mr. J. M. Gregory, Com monwealth's Attorney, was requested to accept the plcture ln behalf of the bonrd and citizens of the county. .Turge Gregory accepted the Invitation, saylng that nt no tlmo ln his llfo had a more pleasant duty been lmposed upon hlm. Immedlately after dinner, the Board, nccordlng to the resolutlon frassed at Its last meetlng, .toak up the question of wlde tlres on wagons travellng the county roads. Mr. Walter E. Grant. of Henrico, a strenuous advocate of wlde tlres; Jnmes Bellwood, Howard Swlne ford and several others made speeches in favor of tho wide tlres. At the con? cluslon of the remarks the board adopt? ed a resolutlon favoring wide tires and . orderlng the road law so amended as/ to includo the new ldea. - J Aftor the meetlng had adjourned members of the board held a most en? thuslastlc informal meetlng. every man present manlfestlng a deslre to carry out the orders of the board. School Matters. , The pupils of the Hlgh School have determlned to make an effort to get a piano for the school buildlng, and while nothing will he done this ses? slon, at the beglnnlng of the term next fall they wlll immedlately organize and start work. Besldes asking contrlbu tlons from private citlz*ens, the chil? dren wlll glve entertalnments to help along the cause. It has not been flnally determlned, hut it ls thought that the school board wlll ald ln the movement. Beginning Thursday and continumg Frlday and Saturday,, the examlnatlon of applieants tb teach ln the clty schools will take place. The exam na? tlon of whlte teachers wlll take place in the Hlgh School buildlng. ahd wlll start at 9 o'clock each day. Colored applieants wlll be examined in the Maury Street school buildlng. begln? nlng 'each day at the same hour. rersonnls and Brlefs* Tn the Corporation Court yesterday morn* ins the cise'of the Commonwealth against T E Krench et al. wa* dlsmlssed at the ienuest ot Commonwealth's-Attorney P"*e. Stonewall Jackson Aerle, No. 1382, _". a. THE WEATHER Forccast: Virglnia-Partly cloudy anrt much cooler Tuesday; fresh, brlflk wost to northwest wlncls; Wednesday '"North Carolina?Fair, cooler Tues? day, fresh to brlsk west to northwest winds; Wednesday fair, CONDITIONS YKSTBItDAY. Hlchmcmd's weather was clear ann hot. Range of the thermorneter; o a \r ... 72 fi P. M.71 12 M.... ;,;...... 8- '*> P. M.7* _. p. M.82 12 mldnlght....0. Average.75 2-3 Highest temperaturo yesterday...__ ei Lowest temperature yesterday.B3 Mean teniperature yesterday. 76 Normal temperature yesterday. 01 I Departuro.from normal temperature 15 CONDITIONS IV mronTA.NT CITIKH. (Al 8 P. M.. I.asteri. Timo.) Place; Ther. H.T. Weather. Ash-Vlllo . 82 Atlanta. fil i Buffalo . .<? Chlcago . 12 Clnfclnnatj ...... 48 Davenpori .,.,.. -0 Detrc.lt ,.,._..,. 14 1-lnttenis .?.. 68 Jacksonvllle .... 72 Kansafi Clty,.,.. BO MemphJ. . _6 .Now Orleans. 72 Pittsburg. 82 Ralelgh . 72 Norfolk . 7 6 Tampa . 7K Waxhlngi-in _ 76 v. iiowstone .... -16 'II..I..T1IIU. AI...IAV W. Aprll _8, !__., Sun riB_8.-:2ft lliailTIPK'. Sun KJ-U._:<-(? Jvl'iiniriK.2:4. iW.ow>*i'is.8..,...4;s. _i.v.))lj.i_......3;_. E.. wlll meet at thelr rooms to-nlght, at whlch time an nerlo physlclan wlll be ?? Itcted; Postmaster Smith wa* out Inspectlng tho rural dellvery routns yo-torrtay. Ho wlll go over ench of thc Mannliimter routos. Auatln Lnwrenco (colored), charged wlth albglng hhl wlfe, wns put under ft hond.of $23 by Mayor Maurlce yesterday mornlng. It was sljmvn that hls wlfn was greatly to b.'eme,' at tlmo- refuslng to cook or clean un tho house. Ernest.H. Wells was counsel for Lawrence. Jack Slmmona was iu-esaert $10 for sell? ing wlthout a llcenso on Siinday. Jack had a restaurant license, but from the ovidence ho wns runnlng a small department store, aud the Mnyor thought ho had ovorreachej the llmlt. Mrs. Samuel Tlller, of Chesterfield. who has been quite slck at the Memorial Hos RAISULI, THE BANDIT, IS REPORTED KILLED Said to Have Been Assassinatec by Tribesmen When Return** ing from Feast. / PARIS, April 27.?A telegram fron Tangler to tho Echo de Paris says tha the report of' Ralsull's death is false. band of Elkmes flred a volley at hin; band of Elmes flred a volley at hin from behlnd the bush, but RalsuH wai not hlt. The trlbe had sworn ven greance against the bandit chief bi cause, although they had boen ravaget by the Imporlal troops for shelterln*" Ralsull after tl*e capture of Cald Mc Lean, ho refused them any share ol tho ransom. Ilcported In I.oudou. LONDON, April 27.?A news ngenr.y here has what purports to be conflr mation of the report of the cssassln.v tlon of Ralsull. Aeeording to the ro? port recelved here, the bandit was ambushed by a number of Leymea tribesmen while returnlng to hls home from a natlve feast offered In hla honor. Other reports express doubt as to the truth of the rumors. Ralsull's most recent explolt was thc capture of Kald Slr Harry MacLean, advlser to the Sultan, whom he held at camp for months before ho was finally reloased when the Brltish gov? ernment had pald a handsome ransom. Rafsull, as the leader of mountain tribes, has long harassed the Sultan, and was known as the "scourge of Morocco."' He hns threatened from time to time to leave hls plctureso.ue surroundlngs and go on the vaudeville stage. Several offers were made to hlm by London managers. Ralsull has occupled the public at? tentlon to a very conslderable extent durlng the last fow years by hls ng* gresslve activlty ln Morocco, where, besldes carrylng on a pretty constant warfare against the Sultan, he has captured several forelgners of promi nonce and held them for ransom. He has been descrlbed as the most plctur esriue bandit of modern times. Ralsull was a natlve of Zlnat and an ordinary farmer In hls early life. He took to brigandage some years ago. He started by maklng ralds on cara vans ln the Interlor, and later moved hia flold of operatlons to the coast, where he would threaten the ports. In October, 1906, he proclaimed hlmself Governor of ArzlIIa, and two weeks later was actually appolnted to that post by the Sultan, who always has stood in consirforable fear of hlm. It was then sald that tho Moroccan foreign ofTiee was in sympathy with Raisulfs polltical ambltlon, but forelgn Influences prevalled, and the Sultan finally had to send hls minlster of war igalnst hlm. HAVE 3-CENT FARES F'lnnl Actlon Whicli Secure* Low Rntc to Cleveland. CLEVELAND, O., Aprll 27.?Three cent car fare on all llnes 'operating within the city of Cleveland became a posslbillty to-nlght at the regular meetlng of the City Council, when a "security grant" was passed under sus? penslon of the rules to the Cleveland Railway Company, a new corporation, which took over the consolidated prop? erties of the old companies. At .tho conclusion of the Council meetlng that body, as a commlttee of the whole, met the officials of the Cleveland Rallway Company, the Cleve? land Electric Company, the Forest Rall? way Company and the Low Fare Rall? way Company, in the Chamber of Com? merce hall, when the final papers were slgned and passed, leasing tho property of the Cleveland Rallway Company to the Munclpal Traction Company, the holding or operating company for flfty years. Thus ended the seven years* contest whlch has been waged flere for low street rallway fare and public control of urban transporta^lon, markid by much bltterness throughout and noted for the many appeals made to tho courts. Varlous predlctlons are made as to the time when lt shall be possl? ble- to inaugurate the proposed 3-cent fnres, ten days belng the lowest tlmo spoken of. GATHERING OF PRELATES Arrlval uml Meetlng of Tlione Who Wlll Joln la Thuuksifivlnit Service. NEW YORK, Aprll 27.?Before dusk to-day all the Amerlcan and Canadlan prelates who wlll partlcipate ln the public service of thanksglvlng ln St. Patrlck's Cathedral to-morrow had ar* rived ln New Vork. Cardlnal Glbbons was the flrst to rqach the clty, ac? companied by hls secrotarlos. Ho was drlven to Archbishop Karley's houso, in Madison Avenue, where he greeted hls colleague, Cardlnal Logue, of Armagh. The meeting between the tW'J prlneei: of the Cathodle Church was that of two brothora. Monslgnor Falconl, the papal dele? gate. who arrlved from Washlngton to-dny, vlsltod tho IrlBh cardlnal later ln the day. Other prelates now ln tho clty are Monslgnor Bruchesl, of Mon troal; Archblshops Ryan, of Philadel? phla : Olcnnon, of Rt. Louis; O'Connell, of Boston; Illc-nk, of Now Orleans; Ire? land. nt Sl.. Paul; Mooller, of Cincin? natl; Hlshops Burke, of Albany; Guhrlelfc, nf Ogdonsburg; O'Ccnnor, nt Nr-wark; McFaui, ot Trenton; FlM l.ittrtck. of Brle, and the representa? tlves of all, the rellglous orders and tho Grook, Pohemlan, Hungarlan see. tlon* uf the Catholic Chur.ch ln thls country. _ Revlval Hrrvl?e?. Maple nt three eervlcen held ln tho Ihlrd r-hrlMl.ti Church. Twenty-slxth ftn?/-*W; hlmll Hlreetn, on Hunnuy. Tiie bull?lng wus ..Iko erowded ut tho servlces ytrnterilay. Mlnn Woigtiorlto Hull. ot WhOellnif, XV. Va., took l/ort ln i.ixeroUM. Vi'idenjuy's ("-tWoo-t waa "W|llln.-i.*aa. i.'iuiiuliiiiity's te-t. ln*. i(?U Ihl'MIBhOUt Uie wouk wlll be ?i W Ir.wti Tum-Jay. *> P. M., "The Trlo l'ara _1( ?' 7 W'ciliiBsrtuy, *> !'. M>, "The Vroimnt tlon"! Thiiik'luv, ft I'. M., "Hnul-WlrmlUK*'; I'lliiuy, K I', M? '?tiu-linciillons of SonUWIli nnl.'* Thsre wlll I.e leuture. stmllen on Im i?.i liini Kci'liituml ?iilij?cts at 4 o'clock Tuos? day. Wcriocsdiiy. XhuW-H*;. ?-* Jfrlduy *?** -*-*-?->*,. V-.'-l. pllal ln Tllehmond, has sufflciently recov? ered to be ablo to return fo her home. , Mrs. J, W. Watson, of No. 407 Wost Sov onth Street, ls crltieally IU at hor homo, A pathotlc feature of tho case la that hor Oattghtor, who hns beon worklng In nieh? mond, cannot be looatod. Mrs. "Watson hn* snveraJ tlmos asked for her, but so far -ha cannot ba found. Mrs. J. H. Madlson, of Chesterfield, con tiiiues crltlcally 111 at her. homo ln thn county. Miss Ellrabeth Gordon, ot Boston, Mnaa., wlll speak nt BalnbrMi.fi fitrcet Baptist Church to-nlght at 8 o'clock ln tho Intoreit of tho Woman's Chrlatlnn Tompornnco T.nlon. Her subject wlll bo "Tlie Bright Side of the Temperance Reform." Mlas Oordon ls an ovangollst of tho organization and cr.mes highly recOmmonded. Tha publlo U Invited to attend. ? * I-AISVL.I, TIIB BANDIT. Ralsull first became prominent before tho outslde world by hls capture of W. E. Harris, Tangler correspondent of the London Times, whom he released on the payment of a large ransom. Next he selzed Ion Perdlcardls, a na? tlve of New Jersey, and thls feat was tho occaslon of the dispatch of a United States squadron to the Moroccan coast and the ultimatum: "Perdlcardls allve o_ Ralsull dead," whlch caused great enthusiasm at the Republican Natlonal Conventlon'ln Chlcago whlch nomlnated Mr. Roosevelt for President. A ran? som of $60,000 was pald by Morocco, and Mr. Perdlcardls was released. INQU1RY NEARING END Question as to Commlttee Enforclng Its Call for Books and 1'iipers. WASHINGTON, Aprll 27.?The end of tho Inqulry by a speclal commlttee of the House into the leglslatlve methods of the Electrlc Boat Company ls ln sight. Practlcally all the oral evidence has been heard, and the committee to-day llstened to argu? ments as to the scope of its authorlty ln enforclng its demand for the pro? ductlon of books and papers by the Electrlc Boat Company, the Lake Tor pedo-Boat Company, and Representa? tive George L. Lllley, of Connectlcut, the author of the resolutlon, ? under whlch the Investigation ls belng con? ducted. Chalrman Bouteli sald that Mr. Lllley had formally withdrawn his charge that members of Congress wero cor ruptod by the Electrlc Boat Company, hls charge that members of the press wore simllarly corrupted and hls charge that corrupt Influence was brought to bear on officials of the Navy Depart? ment, but that he stlll adhered to and malntalned the truth of hls charge that the Electrlc Boat Company was a corrupt corporation. Therefore, sald Chalrman Bouteli, tho proposition before the commlttee for determlnatlon was whether on tho strength of thls remalnlng charge the commlttoo should compel the produc? tlon for examlnatlon of tho books of a corporation allegedly corrupt, but whose alleged corruptlon ln no way aJTected Congress or the Federal gov? ernment. President Bowles, of the Fore Rlver Shlpbulldlng Company, wlll probably testify to-morrow regardlng tho prlce of submarines. TO ERECT CHURCH Dr. Tudor Eeads Subacrlptlon list for New House of Worshlp. Tho Rev. Dr. XV. XV. Tudor, pastor Of the Highland Springs Methodlst Church, hns taken the inltlatlve tn ralsing funds for the orectlon of a now buildlng. As a nucloun Dr. Tudor gave 5100 hlrnseK, One or two others gnvo thnt amount, nnd several others ccntrlbutod ns much as $25. The totnl mount raised was a little moro than $500. The congrogatlon already owns a large lot, on whlch the church wlll ba bullt. Ilogg to Succeed Mny. Charlea lDdgar Hogg, 8f Morgantown, W. Va., may bo namod as Attorney-General to sucoeod the late Charles W. May, whoso death occurred Saturday. Ho wlll represent hli Btato ln the Utlgatlon wlth Vlrglnln re? gardlng ths settlement of tho. long-stnndlnn acbt. Mr. Hogg la one of tho most proml ntnt lawyers oS hls State, and the gentle? men ln the second audltor's offlco, now engaged In maklng up tlio record in the 11 Ucutlon, oxpoct to so* hlm appolnted. To Speak on "Race Conditions," The Rlght Rov. Beiijnmln Franklln Lee, ol Wllburforce, O., n bishop of iho Afrlcnn Mothodist Church, will bo ln Rlohmond to morrow und wlll deliver an address In tho Thlrd Street African Methodlst Church on "Race Condltlons." Bishop Leo ls consider? ed ono of the most oiilturecl men ot hla rnce, Ho waa for a number of years uresU Utnt ot Wllberrorce Unlverslty. MANY VIRGINIA OKKOITOH3 Ol* OIVKI.I, STOCK COMPANY C'INCINNAT., O., Aprll* 87.? Among tlie Vlrginia crerlltors of O'Dell Srook Compan. thut fnileil recaiHly aru .1, Maclru, $_._; Me .Niuigliton ?. co., $171; both nf RlohmondI C. L. Mlller, Cllfton Korgo, 1371; ,1. J, Mc i'ule, t.'harlottCBville, $15S; Roanoke Com ii.it.alon Company. Roanoke, $136; -Roper Ccimmleslop Company, Lynchburg, $2,58,1; R, A. Trabars CorApany, Dnnvllle, $3,088; P. I Wllcox, Petorsburg. .1,331. Tho concern'* Rabllttlei ttre .-.8__U_ ??? im<iSL*Sh.??_::.. ? a-.-vii \V\X*v\vvv*vVVV\\\\V*i -*.V? .V- ? OsW ""VsV> *.v-*..*v-\v> ->..>*. ? ..-.n-,\,? 7W\\VU CASTORIA The Klnd You Have Always Bought, and which has boen in use for over 30 years, has horne the slgnature of and has been made under hls ner 7^**_^J sonal superrlsion slnco Its lnfancy. <-tUCJU4i, Allow no one to decelvo you in thls, All Countcrfcits, Imltations aud"Just-as-good"aro but Experimonts that trifle wlth and endanger the health of Infants and Children?Experience against Experimeht* What is CASTORIA v Castoria is a harmless substltute for Castor Oll, Pare- < gorlc, Drops and Soothlng- Syrups. It ls Pleasant. It contalns nelther Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys Wortas nnd allays Feverishness. It eures Dlarrhoea and Wlnd Colic. It relleves Teethlng Troubles, eures Consttpation and Flatulency. It asstmllates the Food, rcgulates the ?. Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep* j The Children's Panacea? The Mother's Friend. CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of Tiie Kind You Have Always Bought ln Use For Over 30 Years. THC OCIIT-IIR -OMMN-, 7T UUSUr RTRCCT. NCWVORK CITY. OBITUARY Funeral of Mr. Trnylor. The funeral of Mr. Thomas E. Trny? lor, who died at the Memorial Hosplta on Sunday nlght at 10:30 o'clock, wll tako place from the Third Presbyterlar Church thls afternoon at 3:30 o'clock Mr. Traylor had been ln bad health foi a number of years. Ho Is survived by hls wldow, who was Mlss Maggie B Allen, a daughter of Mr. Joseph T. Al? len, and by one chlld, Mlss Myrtle Vlr glnla Traylor. Thail TBowen. Mr. Thihl Bowen dled yesterday after? noon at hls residence. Nf. 10fl3 West Marshall Street. Funoral arrangements will be announced later. . * Charles Bell. TSpeclal t.j Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.] WEST POINT. VA., April 27?Mr. Charles Bell dled yesterday evenlng at the home of hls brother, Mr. Wllliam H. Bell. ln West Polnt. after 111 healtli for many months. lle was moved down hero from his beautiful home, "Bell vlew,*' flve mlles above West Polnt, about a week ago, wlth the hope that a change would beneflt hlm. He Wai born at Piedmont, N. Y., June 28, 18*>5: was the son of tbe late Henry and Amanda Hlrst Bell. and ls aurvivod by one slster, Mrs. Samantha Baer, oi Pennsylvanla, and one brother, Mr. Wllliam H, Bell, of West Polnt. Mr. Bell formerly llved and was ln buBt ness In Altoona, Pa., but for many years farmed nt Bellvlew, Klng Willlam. The funeral servlces wlll be con? ducted Tuesdav at 2 o'clock at the home of Mr. Wllliam H. Bell. Dr. C. V. Waugh, of tho Baptist Church, and Rev. Boyd E. Hudson, of the Methodist Church, wlll conduct the services. Thc remains wlll rest by those of his mctth. er and slster. Mrs. XV. E. Bullard, in the West Polnt Cemetery. Solomou liamburger. [Specinl to The TImes-Dlepatch.] NORFOLK, VA., Aprll 27.?Solomon Hamburger, one of Norfolk's ploneer tobacco merchants. dled thls mornlng at 12:25 after a. protrarted illness. He harl beon 111 for several weeks, and unconsclous slnce Saturday. Mr. Ham? burger was a natlve of Germany, and one of the wealthlest citizens of the city. He is survived by a wife, two daughters and three sons, as follows: Mrs. B. J. Lowenberg, Mis*~ Jennie Ham? burger, J. B. Hamburger, W. H. Ham b'urger and Milton Hamburger. The funeral ls announced for to-morrow mornlng at 11 o'clock. R. C. Perry. [Special to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.] FREDERICKSBURG. VA., Aprll 27.? The body of R. C. Perry, a pronilnent citizen of Fredericksburg, who dled at the Memorial Hospltal ln Richmond yesterday. where he underwent an ope? ration for stomach trouble, was brought here last nlght, and the funeral took place from hls late residence thls af? ternoon, conducted by Rev. J. H. Hen derlite, of the Presbyterlan Church. Mr. Perry is survived by hls wlfe, four daughters and one son by hls last wlfe. one daughter by hls first wife and three brothers. Mr. J. n. Thomas. [Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch. 1 SMITHFIELD, VA., Aprll 27.?-Mrs. J. D. Thomas, wlfe of one of Smlthfleld's most prominent citizens, dled here to nlght at 8 o'clock, after continued ill? ness. She leaves a husband, one daugh? ter, Nannie Thomas; one son, J. Waver? ly Thomas, cashler of the Merchants' ancl Farmers' Bank; one sister, Mrs. James T. Andrews, and one brother, Mr. M. S. Jordan. The funeral arrange? ments have not beon made at thls time. Willlam S. Vlnr. [Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.1 ROANOKE, VA? Aprll 27.---WlllIain S. Viar dled to-day whll'e slttlng in hls chalr. He was eighty-four years of age and had been employed on the Norfolk ;md Western for flfty years. comlng to Roanoke from Lynchburg. He ls survived by hls wlfe and six children. Mrs. _,. XV. Garnett. [Speaitil to The Times-DIspatch.] SPOTSYLVANIA, VA? April 27.?Mrs. L. XV. Gnrnott, of Spotsylvania, dled at her residence on Saturday last, af? ter a protracted Illness, aged seventy vears. Mrs. Garnett was a good wo? man, a member of the Baptist Church and had no . chlldren. ? Her husband alone of the famlly,survlvos her. , , ' Ilnnipdeu Parker, [Special to Tho Times-Dlspatoh,] WARSAW,. VA., Aprll 27.?Hampden Harkor, aged twenty-one years, young? est son of James Parker, of near Mont ross, Westmoreland county. dled thls afternoon at 3 o'clock, after an Ulncsi of threo woeks, of typhold fever. Mrs. Klllott J. Drlver. [Speclal to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.] SUFFOLK, VA_, Aprll 27.?Mrs. El? llott J. Drlver, whose husband dled last month, to-day explred at her home ln Drlver. Va. A son, Dr. W. E. Drlver, of Norfolk, and two daughters, Mrs. Le'garo Hargrove and Miss Mary Drl? ver, survlvo her. Miss Drlver soon was to have hecome a brlde. Cur-im Vlneyard. [Speclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.] ROANOKE. VA., Aprll 27.?Mr. Car son Vlneyard, one of the oldest and most prominent ' citizens of Vlnton. dled to-day. aged seventy-nlne years. He ls survlved by hls wife and two children. Mr*J. Mnry Copeland. SUFFOLK, VA.. Aprll 27.?Mrs. Mary Copeland dled to-day at her home near Copeland. Va.. nged sevcnty-elght. A daughter and threo sons survlvo ner. DEATHS CANFIELD.?Dlod, at 8 P. >r.. Aprll 2,, 1.0S. at the. home of her eon-ln-law. Mr. Logan Mann. at Farransvllle. Fulton. Mrs. CATHERINE H. CAN? FIELD, wife of Mr. J. J. Canfleld. ln the flfty-thlrd year of her age. Funeral from resldence of her hus? band, on the Oshorne TurnpIKe, WEDNESDAY at 12 o'clock. Inter? ment In family burylng ground. TRAYLOR.? Dled, at Memorlal Hos? pltal. 10:30 P. M.. Sunday. Aprll 26th, THOMAS E. TRAYLOR, aged thlrty elghth. _ ... Funeral from Thlrd Presbyterlan Church THIS (Tuesday) AFTLR NOON at 3:30 o'clock. BROCK.?Dled. Monday, Aprll the 27th, 1908, at the resldence of hls parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Brock. 408 East Cary Street. WILLIAM SINTO.n BROCK. aged ten months. BOWEN.?Dled. Monday, Aprll 27, 1908, at 8:50 o'clock F. M? at hls resldence, 1003 West Marshall Street, Mr. THAD BOWEN. Funeral notice later. FUNERAL NOTICE SMITH.?The funeral of J. PATRICK SMITH, who departed thls llfe Sun? day nlght. April 26. 1908. at 10*50 o*clock at hls residence, 706 North Second Street. wlll take place WED-' NESDAY. Aprll 29th. at 3 P. M. from the Ebenezer Baptist Church. Excessive Drinking Orrine Deslroys the Craving for Drink. Sold Under Positive Guarantee. Excessive or contlnued uso of alcohollc bevcrages always results ln a diseased con? dition of the nervous system. The drlnklng man ls often heard to say, "I can stop of ray own freo wlll and when I wlsh," but the _ioor follow ls now devotd of the power to act at the propor tlme and ln tho right way?It's too late, tho craving.has secured a flrm hold and because of the dls euced nervous system he has not the ablllty for sustalned effort. The result we all know. Drunkenness ls no Ionger considered a crlme; emlnent sciontlsts and physician* have agrecd that lt is a dlseaso and must bo treated as such. The homo treatment that haa been usal for a numbor of years, and ls highly suc cc-rsful, ls Orrine. It Is sold under a posi? tive guarantee that lf lt does not effect a cure your money wlll be rofuhded. Ctrlne Is In two forms. Whon dealrlng to glve secretly, purchase Orrine No. l';' and if the patient wlll voluntarlly tako the treat? ment, Orrlno No. 2 should bo glven. The guarantee ls the same In elther caso. Or? rlno coats but .1.00 por box. Malled ln plaln sealed wrapper on recelpt of prlce. Wrlto for tree treatise on "Drunkenness," malled In sealed envelope by The Orrlno Co., "Wash? lngton, D. C. Sold by leadlng drugglsta everywhere and ln thla clty by Pollc Mlller Erug Co., S34 E. Ma_p, and Chlldrey Drug Co? 101 Eaat Broad; orO. P. Haro Drug Co., Petersburg, Va. c^STHE BIG STO HOME OIJTFITTERS MASONIC TEMPLE. ADAMS &BRQM) STS.