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Moses&Co. 103 East Broad Street. Oldest Music House in Virginia "HIO MABTtH'0 VOICC" Cometo Our Store To-Day and Choose Any of the Victor Records Mentioned in the List Given to the Right We buy Victot Records and Victor Talking Machines by the tons and the car? loads. We keep all styles of machines and a complete list of records. Here You Find the Victrolaand the Victor Auxetophone We are authorized distributors for Vir? ginia and North Car? olina. Come and hear your favorite records, "HIS MAST-H'6 VOICC" Walter D. Moses & Co. 103 East Broad Street; ] Oldest Muaio House in VirgintL ;__???wwy n m ? ? ? m iii?-_p m-?<* l____a New Victor Records ^ for May _ on sale throughout America TO-DAY AU vocal selections have aeeompanlmenU by the Victor Orchestra 8-inch?35 cents No. suf.Arthur Pryor's Band lerry Wl-low") No.sjjt.Eli-e Stevenson Love Mc ond tho World l? Mine No. 5416.Harry Macdonough Captaln General March Vilia Song (from "The Merr dow") No.5J9?*...._._...Eli?eStevenson lO-inch?60 cents "Darkles' Spring Song" March No. 539s.Arthur Pryor's Band Rigolctto? Quartot No. 5.05.Arthur Pryor's Band Clow Worm?Intei-roexxo No. 5408 (With yocal chorus) .Victor Orchestra (W. B. Rogers, Conductor) Happy Days March (from "The Soul Kiss") No. S4il Victor Orchestra The Evening Star (from ' Tannhauser") No. 541a Violoncello Solo ..*.Victor Sorlin Fifth Nocturne (Leybach) N$. 5404 Violin Solo (Orchestra accompaniment). Howard Rattay American Polka No. 5417 Accordion Solo.John J. Kimmel Sweetheart Days NoJ_s?o*...i...i;......_..._.,...v;.Harry Macdonough ~ ??-?"*? iG. Harlan Hoo-00! ("Ain't YouComingOutTo-uigbt?") No. _j.?..Byron (_ Brown Eyes (Del Riego) No. S4IJ.Alan Turner I Love, and the World is Mine (from * A Waltz Dream") No. 5418 Lo, Here tho Gent'le Lark No. sjooj (Flute obligato)."'.'.Eleanor Jones My Heart at Thr Sweet Voice (from Samson and Delilah") N'o. 5414 (In English).Corinne Morgan InOIdMadrid No. 5415.Corinne Morgan That Friend of Mlne No. JJ74.Clarice Vance The Peach that Taites the Sweetest Hangs the Highest oa the Tr.? No. U03....Eddie Morton Smile, Smile, Smile No. 5397..Miss Jones snd Mr. Murray Muggsy'a Dream No. 5410 Descriptive.Miss Jones snd Mr. Spencer Thim Were the Happv Days No. S406 Irish Specialty.StevePorter An Evening at Mrs. Clancey'a Boardlng House No. (40! ??????.*?*...Victor Vaudeville Company Tho New Parson at Darktown Church No. J407.Peerless Quartet The Heart You Lost in Maryland You'll Find in Tennessee No. ?398.Haydn Quartet He Lifted Me No. 5409 (Revival Hymn).Haydn Quartet My Gallrene No. 5399.Collins and Harlan Jerusalem the Golden N'o. 5400.Trinity Choir 12-inch?$1 Madame Butterfly?Selection No. 3:69?.Arthur Pryor's Band La Fleurance No. 31698 *?"????*?? ...... ColleenBawn " ^ Saviour, When ! ?i"7?-ciKuon no. 31097._\rinur rryor s cana No. 3i6<>8 Flute Solo.Darius A. I.yons (from 'The Lily of Killarney") No. 31699*..Alan Turner 1 Nigbtlnvolves the Skies No. 31700.Trinity Choir New Victor Red Seal Records ? Enrico Caruso, Tenor Valse Lente? (Caruso-Barthelemy. "Adorables TourmenU" Km\ 881x5 l.-in-h. with orchestra. I3 In Freneh Johanna Gadski, Soprano Fliexende HoIIander (Wagner) Traft ihr das Schiff (Senta's Ballad from "Flying Dutchman") No. 88116 ja-inch. with orchestra. .3 In German Irish Folk Song (Foote) No. 88117 :*-ineh, with orchestra, $3 In English Erneatine. Schumann-Heink, Contralto His Lullaby (Carrie Jacobs Bond) No. 88:18 u-inch, with orchestra. $3 In English Emma Calve, Soprano Serenade?ChanUx, riex et dormez (Gounod) (Sing, Smile. Slumber) No. 88119 iJ-ineh. flute obllgato by Darius Lyons, $3 In Freneh Geraldine Farrar?Antonio Scotti Bohema (Puccini) Mimi. Io sonl (Mimi. Thou Harel) No. 89016 12-inch, with orchestra, $4 In Italian Geraldine Farrar?Enrico Caruso Madama Butterfly (Puccini) Finale Act I?O quanti acchi fisi (Oh Kindly Heavens) No. 89017 i.-inch. with orchestra, U In Italian Marcella Sembrich?Emma Eames Nozxa di Figaro (Mozart) Che soave zefHretto (Letter Duet?"Song to the Zephyr ) No. 9J_oa i.-inch, with orchestra, $5 In Italian Fej-rar?Caruto?Viafora?-Scotti Bohema (Puccini) Quartet, Act III. N'o. 96003 ta-inch,with orchestra $6 In Italian Sembrich?Caruso?Scotti?Journet?Severina?Daddi Lucia (Donizetti) Sextette. Act II. Chiraifrena (What Restrains Me) No. 96200 i.-inch. with orchestra, $7 In Italian Any Victor dealer will gladly play these records for you. Go and hear them to-day! New Victor Records'on sale throughout America on the 28th of every month. Write for free catalogue of over 3000 Victor Records. To get beat results, use only Victor Needlea on Victor Record* Which is which? You think you can tell the differ? ence between hearing grand-opera artists sing and hearing their beautiful voices on the Victor. But can you? In the opera-house corridor scene in "The Pit" at Ye Liberty Theatre, Oakland, Cal., the famous quartet from Rigoletto was sung by Caruso, Abbot, Horner and Scotti on the Victor, and the delighted audience thought they were listcning to the singers themselves. At Rector's, the noted Chicago rcstaurant, when some of the grand-opera stars sang, with piano accompaniment, the diners listened with rapt attention and craned their necks.to get a glimpse of the singers. But it was a Victor, In the rotunda of Wanamaker's famous Philadelphia store, the great pipe organ accompanied Melba on the Victor, and the people rushed from all directions to see the singer. Even in the Victor laboratory, employes often imagine they are listening to a singer makfng a record while they' really hear the Vicior. Why not hear the Victor for yourself? Any Victor dealer will gladly play any Victor Records you want to hear. There is a Victor for every, purse?-$ib to $360. Victor Talking Machine Co., Camden, N. J. Berliner Gramophone Co., Montreal, Canadian Distributor.. ,?4W.$W.4iY..^ The Cable Company IS HEADQUARTERS FOR Victor Phonographs AND ALWAYS CARRY ALL THE NEW RECORDS IN STOCK. We Will Start a Concert for You at Any Time. VICTORS FROM $10 up to the VICTOR-VICTROLA at $200. TEACHERS WILL Program Arranged for North Carolina Assembly at Charlotte. WOMAN SLIPS ONBANANAPEEL Mrs. Reavis Sustains Fracture oi Hip in This Manner?Charter to Athletic Association. [Special to The Tlmej-Dlspatch.] RALEIGH, N. C, April 27.--The com? pleted program for the twenty-fiftb annual sesslon of the North Carolina Teachers' Assembly ls announced by Secretary R. D. XV. Connor. the assem? bly to _e In sesslon In Charlotte June 16th to 19th. Mayor T. S. Franklin, of Charlotte, wlll welcome the teachers, and T. R. Foust, vlce-pijesldent of the assembly. wlll respond. Governor Glenn wlll dellver an address durlng the flrst evenlng". Wednesday evenlng there wlll be a receptlon to the assembly by the Wo? man's Club of Charlotte. Some of the most dlstinguished men to address the assembly are Professor P. P. Claxton, of tbe Unlverslty of Tennessee, on "The School and the State"'; F. G. Blalr, Superlntendent of Public Instructlon ol Illlnols, on "The Common School"; S. A. Knapp, of the ^United States Depart? ment of Agrlculture; Charles W. Kent, Unlverslty of Vlrglnla. "Friends and Foes of Educatlon"; O. T. Corson, editor Ohlo Educatlonal Monthly, "Schools and People of Other Lands." Slipped on Banana Pccl. A banana peel on the sidewalk just above the Masonic Temple caused Mrs. M. A. Reavis, of this clty, to sllp and fal! to the pavement last nlght, frac turing her rlght hlp ln a rather com p'.Icated manner. She was removed to the hospltal thls mornlng from her home, ln West Ralelgh, her condition belng dangerous. K. W. Morrls, of the fertillzer Inspec? tion work of the State Department of Agrlculture, ls Just ln from an extend? ed trip through the trucking sections of Eastern Carolina, and says the Irish potato crop, whlch has of late years come to be a. most Important money crop ln several sections, ls conslderably short of last year ln acreage, but that the growth is very grood. Trucking interests generally he regards as ln a flourishing condition. Atlilette Aaaoclatlou. The Goldsboro Athletlc Associatlon ls ehartered for the establlshment of an athletlc park for baseball and other purposes, and for malntalnlng the base? ball team that Is to be in the Eastern Carolina League thls season. The cap? ital stock ls $5,000 authorlzed, and $250 subscrlbed. by A. H. Edgerton, G. S. Dewey and others. On Thursday ancl Friday of thls week the North Carolina State Convention of the Klng's Daughters will be ln annual session in this city, and on Thursdav afternoon the Woman's Club, of Ralelgh, wlll tender the vlslting delegates a receptlon at the club building. In connectlon wlth thls re? ceptlon. Mrs. Chas. E. Burton, of Rich? mond, Va.. will dellver an addrea-*. Flfty oi" more delegates are expeeted for tho conventlon. The woman's branch of the Junlor Order Unlted Amerlcan Mechanlcs? Daughters of l.lberty?wlll assemble ln Sta\f council ln thls clty Tuesday Thc membershlp in North Carolina is not very large. a? Interest of State prohibltlon to-da> at Rocky Mount. and at Tarboro to-night. ?A charter was Issued to-day for the Ulantk' Manufacturing and Stave Com? pany. Washlngton, N. C.; capltal. $50. 0 Vuthortaod and $10,000 subscrlbed. TAKK THEM BY SUIll-IUSK. Glrl, About lo Wcd One Mnn, KlopeN nnil Well" Another. ASKEVILLE. N. C, Aprll 27.?An elopement, wlth all the eloments of romance occurred hore yesterday af cnoon, when Mlss Evelyn Watklns, uiiughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Wat? klns, of thls city, left her parents' home ostenslbly for a short drlve wlth a friend but Instead ot returnlng home, tlio drlve ended at the Southern Rall? way dopot, whern tho young lady took tho' traln for Marton, where, by pre? vlous nrrangement, Mr. Rex Bostle, youngest son of Stroet Superlntendent Bostic, awuited hor, and shortly after the traln hearlng Mlss AVatklns arrlved ln that clty tho young couple woro marrled. Tho flrst lntl? matlon that tlic parents of the couple had of tlielr oloponient aiul sunsoquent marrlage was contutned In a tolegrum (roiu Bostic, aUdi'e.sfcd to hls fiUher and the parents of Mlss Watklns, whlch read: "Marrled here this afternoon. Leave ln the mornlng for Charlotte. (Slgned) "REX." An unlque feature of the elopement Is the fact that Mlss Watklns, who ls a charmlng- young glrl, wlth a host of friends in this city, had been for some time engaged- to another young man, a resldent of West Virginia. her troussoau belng all prtpared, and the weddlng set for a near date; ln fact the absent lover was just about to leave hls home for thls clty to claim hls bride. yvhen a telegram to hlm Informlng him of her marrlage to Rex Bostic enllghtened hl;m as to what had trans pircA, As Mr. Bostic's suit was not. looked upon with favor by the parents of Mlss Watklns. he enlisted the servlces of a couple of friends. and at a late hour last nlght Mlss Watklns quietly sllpped ber clothes out of a window to the waitlng consplrators, and the stilt cases were taken to the depot to await Mlss Watkins's arrlval. THE DUKE JIOXCMEST, t nvelllnc at the Trlnlty Commenc_ mrnt to be Notable Occnulon. [Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.1 DURHAM. N. C Aprll 27.?The un velllng of the Washlngton Duke.Monu? ment at Trlnlty commencement wlll be an important and Interestlng occaslon. This wlll be a feature of the program, and an unusually larjje attendance ls expeeted. The bronze statue of Mr. Duke was made by the famous sculp? tor Edward Valentlne. of Richmond. and was placed ln positlon ln front of the Washlngton Duke buildlng several months ago. The' monument Is In? closed ln a wooden case to conceal it from vlew. It is a splendid plece of art. and a complete llkeness of Mr. Duke. who was a liberal benefactor of Trlnlty College. Slnce the college was moved to Durham he haa probably do nated over $100,000 to the Institutlon. A very noted speaker wlll dellver tho address on thls occaslon. Ptit'NGES IXTO DEEP POOT,. Durhnm Boy Dlreii ln Hole ln Creek aml Ih Droiviieil. [Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.] DURHAM. N. C? Aprll 27.?Orus Crutchfield, the twelve-year-old son of Mrs. J. I. Crutchfield, was drowned Sunday afternoon ln a small pool of water at Elerby Creek, ln the vicinity of the Pearl Mills. The lad went Into the water, whlch was some twelve feet deep. wlth two companions. and dlved Into the deepest part. Hls com? panions realizlng hls pllght rushed away a short dlstance for help, but before they could reach the water's edge he had sunk the last tlmo, and ln a short while the body was taken from the pool. He was conveyed to the home of hls parents, a short way off. where physlclans were summoned and dld all posslble to revlve hlm, but thelr efforts were frultless. To Try Damaa-e Suit. [Special to Tha Tlmes-Dlspatch.] SALISBURY, N. C'. Aprll 27.?The first term of the Unlted States Fed? eral court, to be held ln Sallsbury, as authorlzed by the last sesslon of Con? gress, opened here to-day, wlth .Imlge Boyd, of Greensboro, presldlng. The only case to be tried at this term is that of Canup against the Southern Rallway Company for $10,000 damages on account of the killing two years ago of Mr. Canup by a traln on the Western North Carolina Rallroad, near Sallsbury. BlK Prohibltlon Itnlly. [Special td The Tlmes-Dlspatch.] HIGH POINT. N. C, Aprll 27.? There was a blg prohibltlon rally yes? terday at Delane Academy, a few mlles out ln the Deep Rlver nelghborhood. One of the largest gatherings Ih that sectlon | was out. Several citizens of Hlgh Point made talks oh prohibltlon. Dr, XV. G. Bradshaw maklng the prin? clpal address. Messrs. J, ? J. Farrlss, W. H. Ragan and W. T. Parker also made talks along the samo llno. The poople in that sectlon seem to be wlde awake on tho prohibltlon movement. CoiiKTCMNinan Kitchln to Sneak. [Special to The Tlmes-Dlspalcli.] HIGH POINT, N. C. Aprll 27.?Hon. XV. W. Kitchln, candidato for nomina? tion for Governor of North Carolina. wlll address the peoplo hero Thursday nlght, April 30th, at >S o'clock, in tho auditorium skatlng rink. Blg . prepa ra.tlp.hs are belng mado for hls comlus. nnd It ls expeeted the . largest. orowd attendlng a polltical speaklng In years wlll be present. DcuUi from l'ennut Koruel, [Spoclal to Tho Tlmos-Dlspatch.J HIGH POINT. N. C, Aprll 27.?After an Illness ot a few days, duo to swal lowlng a peanut whlch got In Its wlnd pipe, tho chlld of Mr. and Mrs. 11. B. Hlll, dled Saturday. An oporatlon was performed, but failed to glve rellef. IMPOIWAM' NOTICE. Flffectlve at once, the Rlohmond. Fretl oi'lckshiu'R" und Potomac Ruilroad wlll oporate on Sundays only on traln No. 10, louvlng Rlclimond at.8:IO A. M., combi? nation clinlr und illnlne car, servlng light breakfust; on wcekduys, us liero toforo, thls traln wlll havo Pullman parlor car (not huffot). On trnln No. 20, leavlng AVashington at, I'.fiO. P. M. dally, dlnlng enr sorvlco wlll bo tlls contlnued, ancl parloi' car service will be dlscuntiuuuil on Sundays, OF Armory Crowded at Opening Last Night and Presents a Brilliant Spcctacle. SURVEY OF THE BATTLEFIELD Much Interest in Measure Offer? ed by Mr. Lassiter?Date for License Hearings. [Speclal to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.] PETERSBURG, VA? Aprll 27,?*The Grays* bazaar. for which the ladies and the soldier boys of tho clty have been maklng- great preparatlons for tlie past week, opened at the Grays' Armory thls evening; wlth a carnival of mer rlment and a maze of bopths, conslst tutlng a Congress of Nations, each booth bedecked with gracefully draped banners and flags of thelr country represented and presfded over by ladio.i in llke costumes. An Immense crowd thronged tho blg hall, gave tho hootlis a rush of business and awarded enthu? slastlc applause to the young ladies who presented the eventng's speclal entertalnments on the stage, the first of which was "The Yankee Doodle Glrl." a song and drlll by slxteen1 young ladies ln full-dres.s uniform, who handied thelr swords and weiy th_rough- their evolutlons .wlth ad mirable sklll. Tho Japanese specialty, "Rhoda. In her. Pagoda," a song and dance by a chorus of twelve young ladies from the Mlkado's country, wns beautlfully rendered and won great ap? plause. Both specialtles were under the dlrectlon of Miss Ida Traylor. The commlttee of ladies conducting the bazaar conslsts of Mrs. XV. R: Nlchols. chalrman: Mrs. E. AV. Grlggs. Mrs. Myer Saal, Mrs. T. F. Heath and Mra, R. T. Matteson. Survey of _la<tlefleld?. The resolutlon Introduced by Con? gressman Francls R- Lasslter, of thls dlstrlet, providlng for a government survey of the battlellelds around Pe? tersburg, has been favorably reported by the House Commlttee on Mllltary Affalrs, and, lt ls understood, Is likely to be ndopted by the House of Repre? sentatlves. It ls believed that such a survey wlll be an important step in the securlng of the much desired bat tlefield park. Congressman Lasslte.'.. bill, providlng an additional appropria? tion of $25,000 for the enlargement and Improvement of the Petersburg post-offlce, has also been favorably re? ported. JVcgro preneher Flncil. , . In . the Mayor's Court to-dny J. B. Farrell, a colored preacher, was flned Our Demonstration of "Quality" Gas Ranges Last Week Was an Unqualified Success. It never look ovor ... minutes tn hakq biscuits,' and .several times lt took only 2"_. mlnutes. Buy the bost?-buy a Quality Gu8 Range. Prices run from '910.50 up. No dnngeroiis old-fashloned pllot-ligt-lu. Sufest gus stovo ou tho market. Adams and Broad Streets Uislil lu tlio, Contre of the Furniture. District. $5 for contempt of court by leavlng the clty about a ycar ago when sum? moned to appear ln answer to a charga of vlolatlug the Inhor agont law. Tha warrant was sworn out by Julla, White, colored. whose daughter tho preacher ls said to have sent to a N6rtr._m clty to work. As Julla Whlte hns left Petersburg that charge was dlsmlssed this morning. Farrell reached Petersburg yesterday and was promptly arrested. Supervlsor .1. B. McCulloch reporta total sales of loose tobacco at the Pe? tersburg warehouses durlng the past week at 35.9SO pounds, an aggregate of 5.046,240 pounds for the season to dato. I.lquor Llcense ncnrlng. Next Thursday is the date fixed by Judgo J. M. Mullen, of the Hustlngs Court for hearing appllcatlons for liquor llcenses. As prcvlously report? ed, tho Judge recently announced that ho would consJder appllcatlons fnr llcenses for saloons only ln certaln sectlons of the clty, whlch he stlpu latcd at tho tlme. and which dld not lncludo the West End and by far tha groater pnrt of the. resldentiat quar ters. A large number of petltlons on thla subject. both for and agalnst sa? loons, have been presented to Judga Mullon. somo of them wlth as many as S00 slgnatures. It is reported that several liquor dealers wlll not apply for a renewal of llcense. BANQUET TO SENATOR SALE. Knterliiliwil hy Mllltnrj* In Recognltlon I nf Hla Frlendly Servlce. .Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.] NORFOLK. VA.. Aprll 27.?In appre ! clatlon of his services in behalf of the mllltla of the State, whlch Increased j tho annual appropriation for the mlll? tary $35,000. for malntenanco and the eoulpment of a permanent State camp and rlfle rango. a dellghtful banquet was glven to Senator XV. XV. Sale to nlght. The banquet was glven by General C. C. Vaughan. Jr., Colonel IT. Hodges (retlred), Colonel George XV. Taylor (rodred), Major Marshall Tarr.all. (re? tlred), Major B. XV. Salomonsky, Major C. L. Wrlght, Major I. W. Tru'xton, Major Lawrence Waring, Major J. F. Lynch, Major T. W. Shelton. Major Levl Old, Cnptnln C. H. Consolvo. Captaln F. L. Curdts, Captaln E. R. Gale. Cap? taln Sheely. Flrst Lleutenant XV. S. Gllson, Flrst Lleutenant Ed. Curds. First Lleutenant L W. Minnis, First Lleutenant XV. V. Klng, First Lleuten? ant Israel Brown, Second Lleutenant Harry A. Macon. The speclnl guests, ln addltlon to Penator Sale, were Hon. Merritt T. Cooke, Hon. W. XV. Old, Hon. John A. Lcsner, .Ir.. nnd Hon. C. A. Woodard. Report .*>00 Converslon-i. , fSnecliil to The Tlmos-Dispatch.] NORFOLK. VA- Aprll 27.-?The' C'hapmnn-Alexander evnngelist meet-* ings are rapldly growing in interest nnd attendance. It is estlmated that 15.000 ' people heard the v-vangellsts Sundny, and that the number of pro fosslons totalled 500.