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Losscs Rcccntly Sus taincd. Jacksonvllle, Fla., February l.?-To riays racca at Moncrlcf Park were in lormful result-, and the several tlioua .i;id speculatlvely incllned .vlsltors to ihe track same away enrlcried ln con pcquence. Four favorites (lnlshcd flrst, .md thls cnablcd the publlc to recoup (H lobscs of yesterday. The card was j parllculnrly attractlve and the tlcnls 1.. the flrst thrce eventa c.\ccpUon-.illy terge. Summary: Flrst race?slx furlongs, maldens? Polly l.ce, D8 (O'Faln), '?' to I. flrst> I'liiverse, lor, (Burns), I to 1, secpna, patlcn f.ass. MS (Butwell), 8 to 1, thlrd. Time. 1:11 l-B. Second rae??flvc nml a half fur longs, selling?Ferrand Ceclllan, HO IXIeoll, ? to '.', flrst; Miss Sly. 11>1 (Carnor), ? to 1. second: Cuonsklns, ldi < O'Faln r, R to 1. thlrd. Tlmc. 1-.0S. Thlrd race?flve and a half furlongs, (?elllng?Strlngency. 103 (Butwell), & to ,"i flrst; Manhelmcri lon (Hehry.), 1 to \[ second; Low Heart, 101 (i;Vnz). l.'.p tn I, thlrd. Tlmc. 1:07 .1-.". Finirth race?stx furlongs, purso? Idn !>., 103 (Howard), 3 to 6, ilrst; C. W. Burt, 104 (Ganz), 10 to 1, second; Jack Nunnally. 10!> (Peake), 4 to 1, thlrd. Time, t:13 3-5, Flfth race- -seven ftirfongs, seiiing? psorlnc, ii" (Powers"), 6 tn 1, flrst;! Camel, 108 (Butwell), 6 to 1. second;] Dr. I'.arkley. lid (Nl< nl i. 10 to 1. thlrd; Slxth race?one mlle, selling?Para dise Queon, 103 (O'Faln), even. flrst; Golden Flora. :>6 (Klng), 60 to 1. sec? ond; Stoneman, 113 (Ganz), 11 to 5, thlrd. Tlmc, 1:41 .'l-f>. Lnyers necrlvc Drubblno:. Tfimpii, Fla,, February 1.?Henvlly playcd second cholccs were responsl bic for the drubblng the laycrs re? ceived at tlie hands ot the Interests thls afternoon, the must conspicilOUS i of these belng in the last race, when ( Qucen's I.cad. backed from 10 to 1 to ' 7 to 2, won wlth oasc. Three favorites j won. The defoat of Vanadlum was i thc surprlso of the day. thls well'. piayed favorlte failing to get in the ! money. SummarioS: Flrst racc?purse, thrce furlongs. i maldens?Maxlne Dale. 11.0 (Lovcll), 11 | to io, flrst; fCathrync Oardher, 110 fGllbert), 6 to 3. second: Maglc Miss, | 110 iColei, 10 to 1, thlrd. Tlmc, :36 2-.-. Sr rond race?threo-year-olds and up, flvc and a hall" furlongs, solllng?Net t!e Carlta, 106 (Murphy), 3 to 2, flrst j Frank Patton, 107 (Irvln), 6 to 1, seeond: Irvln P. Dlggs. lnl (West), I ie to 1, thlrd. Time. 1:11 1-3. Thlrd racc?tliree-ycar-old.? and up, | t . and a half furlonts selling?Our :-' iggct, 88 (Stelnhardt), -"i to 1, first; Oc -. K-l (Brannoni, :'. to ."., second; ,-ky Maf, 107 <L.inK>. ne. 1 10 [?"ourtli rai e?tom -yeai c and a halt f urlohs z?Surrel Top. 1 ':: il.' st: Caltha. if.-, (MUrph to-1, thlrd, >lds and up, purse. scll :11), 7 lo 10, . 7 to 1. SCC .'' .n.l: Babv Willie. 10S (McCabe), 8 10 d r. ihii d. Time. l :10 ?:-': ?1 Fifth racc?slx furlongs, selling? t; Ormtiz. 102 (Koerncr), :? to io flrst; r John Garner, ill (Murphy), 11 to r.. second; Clysmlc, nn (Lang), n to 6, a third. Time, 1.17 2-5. S Slxth race?four-yenrrolds and up. n one milc and seventy yards, sc-IViig , 'jueen's Lead, 103 (Deunison), 3!? to (. 1. flrst; Rcbel Quecn, 100 (Glasner), \ second: Frank Fleshor, 111 ? (Murphy), 7 to 1, thlrd. Time, 1:62. l-j Johnson Indleletl for Asnnul(. Xew York, February 1.?Jack Jolin jso'n, the hcavyw'elght champlon, was -'to-day Indluted by the grand jmy here 1 for assault ln the second degree! The 3 charge agalnst Johnson grcw out of a fi-^lit witli another negro in an uptown " hotel recently. Johnson's counsel was jBnotificd io produc- tho pugilist in court l.to-morrow. to answer thc Indlctment. t TlrcN.iod ln .llnle Vtllrc. h [Special to Tlie.Tiiiii-s-Ui.-patcli.] tj Roanoke, \ro.,'Vcbruji.ry l.--ln Pollco Court to-day Knu'" Williains and Myrtlej Jloldway. two young whitc wpmen.j B-weie trie,| for masquerading ihe i;strcets drcsscd iu rnale attire. Ball ofi ...510 each was forfeltcd. Gillette and all Safety Razor Makes of Blades 30c Doz. By our special process we guarantee to make your old DULL Safety Blades BETTER THAN NEW for tiie above pricc. Razors Honed and Set, 15c Each Mail orders will recciye prompt aCtention. Scissors and Knives sharpened bv expcrts. Work guaran? teed. THE "SHARP-O" COMPANY, No. 308 Mutual Building. McCOY'S CIGAR SENSATION THE TALK OF THE TOWN A Mild Smoke No Artificial Flavoring. __wKsM__?_ j W. S. McCOY, Broad and 8th Sts. TO RES1GN IS OF I Major Walton Announces Hc Will Not Again Accept Presidency. [Spcclfti to The Tlmes-I'jfspnteh.j Roanokc, Vh., Fcbrunry l,?Major s. I Walton, of Falls Mllls, Vn? has nn I notinced that lt wlll be Impossiblc for i hlm iigaln lo uccept tlic presidency of the Vlrginla-('arollna-(ieoi-gln laclng | Clrcult, nn office hc Iiuh lllled ever slnce i Ihe clrcult was urgnnized. Whether Major Walton wll be -illo.wed to cdrry out such a dotcrmlnntlon Is vcry dotibt ful. for, from all accounts, reprcsent ntlves of fairs and m. Ing cnlerprises who wlll be here February 7 from Vlr glnfa, North Carollna, Soutli Carollna nnd Georglii will bc very loath to glve hlm up. nnd it Is predicled tliat. they Wlll not allow him to rotlre wlthout vijrorous oppositlon. To Major Walton's interest and linrd work Is lnrgely due the Sltccessful or | gnnizatlon of the clrcult. and every man in the four States who ls Inter ested In such mattors recogniv.es tlint the circuit has eome to stny: lliat lt is an establlslipd instltutlon, and that the grenl. benetits whlch tho buslness has enjoyed from Its operntlon are nt trlbutable almost cntlrely to the tlme and money which Major Walton has oxpended in its liehalf. lf Major Walton should Inslst on rctirlng nnd decllno pbsltlyely to ne cept the leadershlp, T. M. Arrnsnilth, of Groe'nsb'ord, N. C, will be a proml? nent candldato for the posltlon, and us hc has many frlcnds In thc circuit It Is fclt that hls candldncy would re? cciye strong HUpport; VV. \V. Hntchlnsoii, of rticlimond. js a candldato for ortlclal startcr, nn oftlec tliat. has been flllnd for severai years by U. E. Bi'ggtt, o'f Baltlmore. \von_D toi ,t Fon .iBKFnius. I'lnn to llnvc All llaxiiig- ('liniiipliiiin ' ln (Jrent Atlilctlc Sliovr. Chicago, 111.. February 1.?Guaran? teed tbe lump sum of Jir.a.ono for hls share, or ri salary of il.OOO per week, wltli r.O per cent. of the profits above that aminint, James .1. .leffries will start on a ten montlis' tonr of tlic world at Ihe head of an athletie show <>ii July S. provldlng he regalns the tltle Of world _ heavywelght chaniplon In hls meeting wltli Jack .lohnson on .luly I. This announcomont was made last nlfrht by II. 11. Frazeei who is pro inoting thc present tour of .leffries. Accompiinying .leffries on the trip accordliiR t>. Frazoc wlll be James J. Cbrbott, Stanlcy Ketehel, posslbly Bat tllng Nelson, Sain Bcrger. Frank Gotch, 1'r. B. I "?*. Itoller and "Farmer" Burns or ?omc man of slinllnr nblllty. Battllrig Nelson Is not slgncd yet, and torms may cause a bitrli in that part of thc program, but Fruzco wislies to iiavr in tlio party the heavywelght. middleweiKlit nnd ligiuwclght cham ploiis. Accordlng to present plans. .leffries will not vlslt 11..1 Springs at ihe end ol' his tour on February 13, bilt wlll leavc for the Paoltic coast dircct from Duluth. Mrs. .leffries. who has been conval cs.iiiK from an operalion in a local hos pltal, wlll leavc to-morrow for llclena, Mont., to meet her husband. IIAXD1CAP AT PIXEHVnST. Flrst l-ivent on Program, Wlilch Will Continue Through Murrh. (Speclal to The Tlmes-Dispatch.] Pinehurst, X. C, February l.?J. Cushlng Todd. of Newbury'port, was Ihe wlnner of Uie dnehlrig luo-target han dicap in ihe weekly program arranged by tho Country Club, and which wlll continue tiiroughout March. Shooting with an allowance of eight targcts, he scorcd nlnety-nlne net, his ncarcst opponcnt belng- _. B. Aymar, second, of New York, whosc handlcap was twenty-llve, and who made nine ty-four. Paul E. Gardner, of Chicago, . .xty-two, was third. in nlnety-two, and 1". II. Crary. of Cranford, 1112, fourth, in nlnety-one, and M. Nelson Burrough, of Phlladeiphla, twenty, flfth, elghty-slx. in MAY HAVE WIRELESS HERE Clmiiiber of Coiiiincree Coniuilliee _,u <|..r.ic< IvnIuIiIInIiiiiviiI or Stnlinu. The commlttee on postal and telc ;raph service of thc Chainbcr of Com The MedtclKial Value of Whlskey ls admlttcd by the best medlcal authoritles. SunnyBrook WhHSkey fn the hjg-hest type of n whoteiome, plem ant ?timulant and invigoratlng, healthful lonle. Abiolute ptirlty and racllowncs3 make Its use pcrfectly aafe nnd free from hnrmful effvets. It iu diitilled, aged and bottted under the direct tupcrviiion of U. S. Government Impoctora, nnd tho "GREEN GOVERNMENT STAMP" over the cork of each bottle tclls thc corrcct agc. SUNNY BROOK DISTILLERY CO. Jefferton County, KENTUCKY 4FULL QUARTS FOR tt c BY EXPKESS PREPAID *&*J H. CLARKE & SON, Incorporated, 1205 E. Main St., General Dist'rs, Richmond, Va. SCHEMING PROMOTER WHO IS DYING IN NEW ORLEANS Ne?- Orleans, r.a.. February 1.?bewls G. Towksbury, known ln New Orleans as one of New York's "aky rockct" financlers, and ai one time a wealthy promntcr and specu lator, who is dylng nlono and frhndless in tho Cliarlty Hospital ln this city, attraetod attentlon In New Yorlt tlilrte.cn yenrs ago, when he wnnt Into bankruptcy after liavllit; conductcd a chaln o| brok.r.igc hoimcs all over ilie city. Ho failed fnr 5.1,(100,000. After his fallurc Towksbury worit over (6 t.onrion to recoup hla losses, but atler a short resi donee abroml njraln failed, owlnc hls credl? tors Ji'.'.OOO. Shorily afler hls tondon fail ure he returned tn New Vork and marricd Mrs. I.ouls Greerihut. They lived together untll 100?. when Mrs. Tewkahury sued for a inercs lias indorsed the proposed es tabllshment of a wireless telcgraph statlon here, and has cxpressed Itselt as belng of tho opinion that the clty of Riphmond should bc eqnipp'ed with a wireless statlon. It ls polnted out In tho recommenda tlon of thr committee that tho wireless servlce may be used when weather, or other condltions prohlblt or make Im posslble the usual means of telcgraph communicatloii, the lnstancc of the ln auguration of Presldent Taft belng used as nn eNample. It. was also rccal led that the Invitation to Admlral Sperry and hls offlcers, of the home coinlng fleet, had in.cn oxtended by means of the wireless statlon at Nor? folk. The heard of diroctors has indorsed the recommendatlon of tho committee. CANNOT SERVE PROCESS Atlorncy-Gcnernl .llny Never Ilnvc to Aii.sivcr lliiinate Snlt. Althougli Judge J. M. Sanders has ontercd suit ln tho Distrlct Court or thc Unlted States for the Southern Distrlct of West Vlrglnla agalnst At torney-General Samuel W. Wllliams tor $^5,000 damagos, he may never got process on tlie Vlrglnla olflclal. Un? less JudKc Wllliams at somo ttine gocs lnto West Virginia volunta.rlly. or un? less he accopts servlce, the suit wiil never he maturcd. Under the natlonal laws, servlce cannot bc secured when Judge Wll? liams appears to-morrow before the Crlmlnal Court or MoD.oivell county at u cieh to answer the charge of as sault. An aeensed person summoned in crlmlnal proceedlngs eunnoi bc made to accept servlce nn rivll warrant. GI.EXN niscrssris poi.itics. Snjs Evcrywlierc Di-iiinerals Ave Ilo'pe ful nml ItcimblieaiiK Dovt ncnit. [Soeclal to The Tlinos-lJIspatcli.] Winstoii-Salein. N. C, February 1.? "I havo talked wlth many peoplo on the subjoct of p'olltlos sinco I have been away, and ovorywhero l flnd tlie Pemocrats hopeful nnd thc ltopubll enns downcast. as every ono Is charg Ihg the prescnt hlgh cost of livlng up to the Rcpubllcan party.',' The abovq Hlalbment was miido ihi:-. afternoon by I3x-Governor )!. I!. Glenn, havliig r?> inrned hoin,. this morning after an abaeticq ol* two months, on a leotur llig ttmr. He wlll be here onlv a few days and wiil then go to Meinphls. Tonn. On the complotlon of thls trlp ho wlll return homo for a vacation. M0RGANS ACTED AS AGENTS t.bnrirp- nroughl in Councctlou Wlth l'lirchnK,. of Trlcplioue Coiiiiuiny. Cleveland, O., l-'c-ln-uarv 1.?J. Plor pgiit Morgan. his sun, j. p. Morgan. ?I'... aud ,1. I'. Morgan & Co.. were charged with bolng ihe ugents of tho Keli Tolcphono In thclr purchasn ot the control of tho Unitcd States Telo lihone Company, ln a petltlon filed in ciiurt here. to-day ,.by Samuel J, Schweir, of St. [.ouls. Tho potltlon U .ni iiniciidmeiit ti, tlie sults brought agalnst James s, Bralloy. Jr., and thc volinK triislees ni" lbs I'lilli-d . State! eoncorn lasi Novomjier. liiierroKii.Uiilcs nililrcssed tn .1. I'' Morgan wore nttuciioil tn thc iH'tltior asklng If li<- waa not icccntly, tlu agent or tlie licii ToVephone in th< sale abroad of $125,000,000- ln' hands : und demandlng what lnterest ln tlu divorre. vrhlch was granted. Soon after tho. dlvorce Tewksbury marrled Mrs. Vlolel Aubrey Hullcr, known on tho :ir.K.- as Violet Aubrey, and wifo of r; Hutl.T. an Indian ilf-1.tcr and war con? spondent At one lime Tewksbury was chari-ed with the. tbert or $10,000 of houds belonglng to hla flrst wire. The Jury dIsaKreeri, and Tewksbury was dlschnrsod. Soon after thls 1... becnniq proprletor ot the OIlBoy House, whlch li"' had lcased In thu name of iho Broudway Hotel Company with John F. Donhit. Aftor trylnK thls for a sl.ott whlle Tewskbury lc.ft New York City for the Weat. At one time ownwl tho famous raco-horse.s, Ilobort J. and John lt. Ge.ntry. Amerlcan Telcphone und Telegraph Company hc still retains as a result of the bond deul. Morgan's interest ln the control of the Independent llnes is descrlbed in the petitlon as belng due to a. fcar <*f depreclation iu the Bell securltics, causlng a cessatlon of competitlon. CLINE LEADS DEMAREST nilllnrd Contesl of 1,500 1'olnU for \\ oild's i iininplohnblp, Chleago, III.. February 1.?II. P. Cllne. of Phlladelphla, took the lead over Calvin Domarosti of Chicago, thc lriternational champlon, ln the opening block of thelr l.r.OO-point match for the world's clianipionshlp here to s.lghti Tho score was: Cline, 500; Dem airest, 343. Both men played poor hilliards, Cline being off hls game in tiie early part of the evenlng, whllo Demarcst played badly, after gettiiiK a commanding lead at the start. Cline avt.raged 12 32-39, with liigh runs of St, 76, 59 and f>G. Demarest had nn average of 9 1-38, with hlgh runs of GO, 11. 33 and 22. WEIGHTS FOIt THIIEH lllt. Tl.'HK* 1LANDICAFS Brook- Subur- Brigh Horscs. lyn. Flt/. Iiprbert- i;;u Ballot . l_i Klng James - !_. MasKette . 123 Hilarlous . l__ ITlscilliaii . 1I!< Jo'o Miulden .... ih Flrestono . 117 Olambala . Ui; Kestlgouche - llr, Uig Chlef.. in llelmot . li t Maltbio . ua Hlgh Prlvate ... ii-j Stanley Fay _ 112 Fayetto . 111 Horante . Czur . iin Buggs . 1111 Hinnn Kon . 1111 Wdolwlhder ... inv, Wuldo . 1117 Allllclton . ln,; Fashlou Plate .. im, Swcop . lou lluck . I'lato Glass .... 10s Dalmatlan .... to-i Kllon-a-Dalo . Patsy . ln;; Itocky O'Brlon.. mri The Squlro . Ilr. Faunlleroy . ln" Bubbllng Water. |fy" Boca Grande,. Wlao MllSOIl . Effondl ? . idn Graspiorc .. mo i.'aiidlel.cri-v . ,,,? Thu Fad..".. Gluco.-c ... " ',,, Princo Imperiai .. iicb _. Mediillioii .. " Captaln Morrls ' ' 1 llanipton Courl -r G. M. Ml ll,-, . Prelend ... I Everotl n ( iSandi'ain . ! CiliarUo Han 1 , , Tophind Flglitlnr. i:,,i, i -MtlK.tr B . 1'uikn _ . Z Uarune. .,;:;;; ll ll TVTDECLIIES. Ot 15 WSOUIE Tclls Newspaper Men of Isola tion of thc White House. Washington, February 1.?Presldent Taft pleadcd gullty to u sehHO of Isolatlon ln the Whlto Ilous0 In hls talk to the newspnper men at an In formal receptlon tcndeied hlm at ilic rooms of the Natlonal Rrcss Club yes? terday uftcrnoon. Hc confossed hc was very human and llkcd to walk along thc streets. look lu tho shop wlndows. have some folks conie along and Io glve hlm a glnnce dnd thcn pnss on witliout fur? ther .notIce, and even to have otliorn tako a glance. look ugaln. midgc thelr companlons and then, wltli a due senso of revOrenco to the prcsldeiitlal ofllcc. say: "llello, Taft/' The Presldent left liis desk a littlo earllcr than usual yesterday afternoon. Attirctl ln a gray suck sult and sweater. ho started out for liis after? noon walk, Ho was accompanled by Captaln Archlbald M. Hutt, hls ald, and Mr. Cnrponter, hls secretary. Hls flrst stoppiiifr placo was the Natlonal Press Club rooms, at I'lfteenlh and F .Streets. MciiibcrH nn lliinil ln XumbVrn. Here ho wns grected by a large turn out of the members, who had been quletly ilpped off ln adv'ance what was llkoiy lo happcii. Arthnr .1. Dodge, presldent of iho club, und Hlmer I'ain.-, Vlce-prcSldetlt, wltli other members of the board of governors, gavo the presldent formol welcome. Ilo was shown through tlu llhr.iry, the cardrooni, -tlic l.lllnrd rooms,, and oilier polnts of interest. linally repairlng to the lnrge ussom lily-.room, whlch was crowded with members and fairly rang wltli nppiatiso upon hls entrance. After the knlghts of tiie qulll liad been presented lo hlm, each more loss tn a novel way ...at frequently aroused shouts "f laughter, ln whlch ho hcartily jolned, tho Presldent made a brief address. He expressod iidmlra tlon lor wimi he had seen. oSpeclully tiie pamtlngs and cartoons that adorn ed tho walls, and .-ald hc was glad tbo newspuper men had i place where they mlght onjoy thtmselvos nftcr thoir hotiis of labor, if there were ever uny hours when they were free. He reforred to the pleasuro he had received iu meeting ihe Grldlroh Club and pald a slde compliment to llic liuui bler correspondents of ilie paperB ln ihe snialler towns. Apology for (.>?>(.. me. "J have to apologlzc for appoarlng before you ln a g-.irh thal I havo found conveniont to wear when walking through the purlieus of Washington," he said. "There are. 1 suppose, hoiiic llmlt.'i tions upon presldenUa] pedes trlanlsm, but I have not found them aa yet, except In tlred musclcs. "lt is a vcry great pleasuro to me tn walk alonp the stroet. look into thc wlndows and pa.ss by a great many peoplo who don't know. who I am. and at. time* to meet a follow who looks once at me and then passes on without any further curioslty, and another fel low who looks twlce, nudges hls friend. and then. with that dcsTCc of l evor ence that we all feel for hlgh offlce, eays. 'Hello. Taft'.' "But there is ln the White IIousc a sense of isoialion. due to ihe fact that generally nobody drops In. Kverybody who comes comos by onsagement. anil you don't have that plcasanl surprisc tiint comps .rrom havln? r.oiphbors look in on you at odd tlmes and with n feellng that thoy have a rlght to como. "I don't know that that featuro of the White House Itfe can bc changqd perhaps It ought not to l.e: porhapn if we change the system we would only long to return to the system of . gagements, for the etiK-agements t many. tlme passes rapldly and buslness ls actlve." Glnd Ho C'nnii. ln conclnslon the Presldent thahked the club for Uie courtesy of its Invl tation to pay it a vlslt and expressed hls pleasuro ln meeting Its members. "I hope I will remembor every ono of you," ho sald,- "I want to. but t am sure that I won't. The only way one remombers is by constant asso ciation, and I am sorry to say that. as I look about hcro. thero Is only one eleventh of thls assembly I am llkely to see. "However. I shall be glad to seC any one of you who honors me by comint? up to the oflice and who can got by Carponter and Stone. We have In auguratcd a new system thero now, so that everybody gcts in?at least. I thlnk everybody jrcts in, judging by the fact thal I do not get to my lunch untll after 2 o'clock. "In any event, when you do honor me I shall be delighted to see you." After remainlng to chat with ln dlvidual memberu a few minutes, the Presldent, nccompaniod by Captaln Butt and Mr. Carpenter. took hls de parture amld a shower of applause and invltations to comc again. Hoavy linos were drawn on the club'S register under the placo where lie and his companlons had inscrlbed their names. that the hlstoric event of thelr vlslt may stand out ln due promlnence. RECEPTION AT WHITE HOUSE i Pivsl.lont ICntcrtnlii* in Aunor of Mciii liors ?f C'ongreMM. Waslilnfi-ton. D. C, February I.?Tte publlcans, both regulars and lnsurg? ents, and Democruts hrushed elbows and chatted wltli each other ln frlend ly fasliion ln the Kasl Ttoom of the Whlto House to-nlght, the occasion belng the annual re.eeption priven by th,-. Presldent to inemhcrs of Congress. In addltlon to the Congressmcn and thelr wlves, there wero present diplo mats, Cabinet ofllcors aud othcr mem? bers of offlclal and social Washington. A buffot suppor was served and mualc was furnlsliod by thP Marlno Band. WANT MEASURE SUPPORTED Alnhniim Delegnllon 'Fnvom HIM l'ro l.lliillni; (iliuiblliiK in FuturcH, Washington, D. C, February 1.?A delegation from Alabama. representing severai organizatlons' of agrleultural interests, attendod a meeting of the Alabama congresslonal delegation In the House offlce building nnd oonferred as to thc bllls now beforo Congress to prcvent gainbliug iu futures of cot Tcapsules^: JYJ DISCHARQESi REUEVED IN ' 24 HOURS Eucli Csp- /"""N . sule bearsfMIDY): the nanw^fS-N^^/ B:\iuimfeountrrftit Al.1. DIU.THHSTS ; .***?*?***.*.?***?****___,** ****** Pierce-Arrow Cars are built to please the most critical and They Wiil Please You ...ASK OUR CUSTOMERS... 191 1 Pierce-Arrow 66-H. P. Deliveries in /u/y. 1911 36- and 48-H. P. Pierce-Arrow Deliveries in August A few Buick Cars for Immediate Delivery Foster Motor Car Co., ^ 605-611 W. BROAl} ST., AT ELBA. Pierce-Arrow Franklin Buick ton nnd other farm products. The meeting was attended by Sona'tors Johnson and Bankhcad and* tlie entlrc delegatlon in Ihe House, with the e'x ceptloh <>f Representative Hohson. who ls at home. The dclegates voted unan Imously to support a bill prohlbltlng deallng ln futurea and to work for Its passago. Thc vlsltlng Alabarnaians wiil re matn In Wnslilngton and ajipear Feb? ruary 3 before the Ilouse Comrtiittce on A"grlculture, when hearlngs on the :, veral Bllls on thc subjeel now before it wlll bc held. SUCCESSORTODEARMOND Democratlc I 'nndldale n, inn\ llciuib licnn Hy :i.r,on Majority. Butler, Mo.. February 1.?C. C. Dick ? lnson, of Cllnton, a Democrat, defeat t..l i'ltlliii Grlfflth, of Grcenfteld, Itepub lloan, ln special election in the Slxth 1-iistrict to sclcct a suocessor to the lnto COngressman Davld A. lv Ar inond. OlDclal returns havo not been given out. but K la ostlmatcd thai DIcklnson's majority is about 3,500, DIcklnson's majority oxceeds that of his prcdecessor. the late Davld A. ln Armond, by 1,890, tho latter belng re eketed iu 1908 by a majority of 1,893, wlth four candtdatcs ln the Held. Do Armond'a plurality over ihe nepubiieau nomlneo was i:, tco. ln 190S. But two candldates were ln the fh-.id at to-day'a election. The Slxth Distrlct is normally Dem? ocrat!'-. thc pluralltles runnlng from 2,515, In l!K>2, to thc 190S flgu'res. To-day's election had a natlonal slg nlllcarice, as tho Isstiea were drawn largely upon the tnrlff question. SEAL REMOVED FROM MINE UttoriH Wlll nc Mndc lo llccovcr Knlonibcd llodles nt Oierry, 111. Cherry, 111.. February 1.?Work was resumed ln the St. Paul Mine to-night by scores of men, following the re rripval late to-day of thc hermetle seal that had kept the mine closed for two months. Kfforts wiil be made to clear thc mine of noxioua vapors. and rn cover tho 160-odd bodles of mlners who have lain ontombed since the fire on Xovembcr 13. The spectutors were mostly young wldows, some only stxteeu ycars old. The women were all qulot durlng the removal of tho lid, staridlng ln thit slush and inud about the tlpple. Mine experts, protoctod by oxygon holmets, desconde(\ 350 feet to the bot tom of the plt. and procured a sam ple of the deadly gases that oozed from the mouth of tlm mine. "An unprotected man could not llve long enough down there to tnke off hls cop," said inspector Moas, on rcach Ing tltc surface. The gas as analyzec" by Mr. Webb, showed doadly compo nents. Nurses are always on hand to ald tho sufferltig. and during tho laie af? ternoon to-day, probably a dozoh wo? men, with strlped gowns, le.d home as many shawl-clad women and irirls who wero on the vergo of hysterlcs. Thero Is much to be done before any bodles can posslbly bo recoverod. No ono .n charge of tho work wlll venture a dei'lnltc estlniate or when iho corpses can hc rcmoved. "P.ut when they do brlng up bodles," sald a Clierry nierchant to-day, "they wlll need the m lii tlu to prevent trou ble. These women wlll bo so frenzlert that they might dostroy tho town." T0GA FOR STRANGER Ho One Seemed lo Know Thnt W. R. Purccll Won n Senntor. Washlngton, D. C, February l.?The Unlted States Senate is not tho oaslost body of men in tlio world Co start ie. Nor does it hold much with suddon broaehes of procodent. Put it got a' double-barreled shock to-day, when ono of Its membcra un nounced his own rostgnatlon and thu namo of hls succcssor ln tho same broath, and then produced thc succos sor and asked that hls own rcsignatlon bo accepled and hls succcssor be 1m niediateTy^worn in. . . Ho got what hc asked for us soon as tho Soiiate could recover Its broath and ovcrcome tho objeetlon of Senator liurrows. Tho precedent-broakor and ihrtli dlsiienscr was Fountulu U Thompson, rocently appolnted to thc senate from Nofth Dakota. Hls succcssor, markod "F.xhibit A" ln thls morntng's proceed Ings. came. to tho Capltol a>i plaln W. Ii). Purccll, of Wahpeton. He ls nuw Sonator Ptu-ccll, of North Dakota. Senator Thompson took hls soat in tlio Senate Doeombcr IV last, hnving been appolnted Noyemlier l(> t-o lill tho vncniiry caused hy thc ilcath of Sona? tor MiU'tin N. Johnson, of North Dak*ta, durlng the rcooss of Congress. The lutontlon at Senator Thompson to resign had be*>? kept a profound BOcrol about the Senate. Few had no ti, ?.- u( sueh ii purp.ose on his part. A large majority of thc Senators wcro In Ignoranco untll at 12 o'clock to-day Mr. Piirc-li appeared In thc Senate. lio il? waa accompanicd by Senator Money, chalrman of the Democratlc caucus, who Introducd hlm to a number ol Senatora from both sldea of the cham? ber. A few inonicnts later Mr. Money -isnt up the certlflcate ot Governor Hura an noun'clng the appolntmont. The new Senator'a collcague, Mr. McCumb^r, asked that Mr. Purccll bo sworn In ^ Mr. Burrows, aa chalrman of tho ol ? led. ii. , alli i atti ntlon to ? faci Hiat the certlfh ati wai addn - i to .Mr. I'urceil hlmscll and not to the Senate. Thl.-; was Irrcgular. Me thought tha Senate sbould take untii to-niorrow to Investlgato the matter. Both Mesars, Money and McCumber protestcd. Ultlmately Mr. Burrows wlthdrow his objection. Mr. Purccll was then escorted to the Vlco-Presldcnt'a desk and thc oath of ofllce admlnlstered to hlm. Senator Purccll |fc a Democrat. Me is flfty-throo yeara <>( age, and >?iic of the leadlng lawyers of hls State. BIGCOMBINEISPLANNED Mlnneapolia, Mlnn.. February 1.?Tlio reported consolidatlon of nll coreal manufacturlng concerns of Mlnne apolls, one ln Battle t.'reck, Mich., two ln Chlcago, and .-"ome in Iowa, In a new nillllon-dollar corporatlon, to handlo the output of these breakfast food concerns. was partly conflrmcd to-day bv Thomas \V. Hicks, who hua been promollng the deal here. Mr. Hlcks added that hc could no*. dlscuss the details now, but would make a statement in a few days. It ls unuorstood thai while some de? tails of tlie hierger rcmaiu to bo ad Justcd, the deal is praetlcally closcd. The Mirineapolls companles absorbed in the merger are: The Northwestern Ccreal Corporatlon, Minncapplla Ccrca! Company, lne; Frucn Wheat Food and Mllling Company, and thc Mlnno-Paul Ccreal Mllling Company. Other com panies already lncluded, lt Is sald, ara Ihe Malta Vlta Food Company, of Bat? tle Creck, Mich.; the Pcttijolm Puro Food Company. and the Iowa planis of tho L'nitc-d Ccreal Company, of Chl? cago. qo.VFHssK.s ii is nim/r. X. it \V. Operntor Admiln Siory of Uiir Klary Waa Falsc. [Bpecial to Tho TImes-Dls'patoh.] Roanoke, Va.. February 1.?H. I1'. Coleman, the Norfolk aud Weslorn Uallway telegruph opcrntor, who wa* found on the night of January IS tic-d to the semaphore levers ot tho sta? tlon nt Klkton, Vn., and who said at thc time that ho had oeon al tacked by burglars and tlio cashdrawer' robhed of 5-13.05, has confessud to a Baldwin detoctive of this clty that he h'imself is tho guilty man; that ho took tho money from tho cashdrawer, throw n mallbag over hls head, and tled hiin self to the levers just before the ar rlval of a freight train. ? Th,; young man attributos hls downfall to tlio uso of clgarettes. capudlh.o, quostlpnahlo literaturo and lo debts foolishly In curred. mJOU^hi^Week BIG MUSICAL SUCCKSS, IN PANAMA With Adams and Guhl And a Choras of Beautiful Glrls. NEXT WEEK.?"The Glrl from U S. A." ? ? ? ?????-?'??-. -.;:.,,-.;. y SULPHUR Hancock's Sulphur Romodic.-j. LIQUID SMALL !50 For EGZEMA, ltch, Ringworm and all skin ailments. 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