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lg II ?> ff 111 111 frnll tll llia.iice slope thai bodles, the ^icnt . Ilist nll expectnlloii hria i?-ii nivcii nn <>r i.overing miv moro hodles untii th" otitriea havu hei a < Icared ol debrlu. Thl* wiil re ,,iiii,. 1,-1, ka nnd probably months, n? ?iii thr tvorklngs oxcopl Ihe main eiopc nre badiy llllcd, Thlrlj-ftmr llrnil ni flrinvdrr. Drnkeaboro, Ki\. Fehnnirv '.'.--Wlth j , i. i>e hanging on ever-,- other door j nlong the tv.o sti-aggllhg street of. thp little mlnlug town of Ifrowder and I mottley furioral cortcg-DB, headed by | all aorta of linprovlsod hearses movlng > toward the ,-cmetery to-day, wna l.irae h- glven over to the, effacement of | iiV.ilhs work ln the Kllt Vnlley coal vilne. There wus no fittempt at hold? lng rellglous s.rviics over the man glcd bodles. R.-scnllig parties were gO lupr up and down In the mine all day, but no further dlscovcrles were mado durlng the artcriiooii. Tho last body was htouglit up at 12:"0 tiYlock. This' brought the count to thlrtv-four dead, wlth one man, I-'ore man Peter Kelly, misslng. The count made by mine Ofllclals thls afternoon dellnltelv tlxe^ tlu- total as above stat ed. Forty-llve men were ln thc aren nffeclrd by the cxploslon, and of the lw<-ntv, wiio got out allve searcely one was unliurt. Two of thc injured are expected to die. No new facts pcrlninlng to the oaiise of thc c\pli>s|,,n wore developocl lo dny. No attempt has been made as yet to call an Inouost. State Mine Inspec? tor Norwood arrlved from I.exlngton r,nd bi-gan a careful survoy. Miss Caroline Drayton Eecomes Wife of William Phillips in London. l.ondon. February 2.?Miss Caroline Astor Drayton, ot New York, only daughter of .1. Coleman Drayton, and graiiddaughter of thc late Wllllam As tbr, to-day became the wlfc of William Phllllpa, secretaTy of tho Amerlcan Am bassy. The parish chureh at Rogate ?waa the sccno of tlio wedding cerc niony, whlch was wllnessed by a large party. of relatlvea and friends. Rev. c.-inon Ivigar Sheppard, subdean of the trhapel Itoyal, offlclated. I-'olIowIng the engageinent of Mr. Phllllpa and Miss Drayton, it hiul been idanned to have tho nuptials solemnlz ed ln New York Clty, where it would . have been made a soclety event of much importance. liowever. the death of D. O. Mills. Xather of Mrs. Rcld, necesaltated the temporury absence from hls poat of thc Amerlcan Ambassador. and at the time oliglnully set the secretary was dctalned here. It was then decldedthat h qulct ccremony at Roguto, where tho brldo had llved durlng several year.-i <>f her chlldhood, would bo preferable to a fuithi-i- poKtponcment. Those wh? attended the weddlnsc were: Mrs. Phllllpa, mother of tho brtdegfoom; John C. Phillips, a broth? er. ar.,1 Mr-. phllllpa; I Coleman Dray ton, who c;:i\" away hls daughter; thc members --f 11.? - Amerlcan limbasay, Unlted States Consul aiirj Mrs. .lohn I.. Grifnths. and a few others from tho X.'nit, ,i Si Ltcs. Were \? Brldesmalds. The bi'bjc. who was unattendod, cither b\- brldesmaJda or pagos, wore a bcau tiful costumr of whlte satln with a . icil of old lace. Thc slngle ornament was a rop'e of pearls, the glft of her father. Mr. Phllllpa was accompanlcd by hla brothor John. ; I'ollowing" ihe ceremony at thc chureh a receptlon was held at Nye wood house. tho home of Captaln'T. B\ "Warrcn, a friend of the Draytons. Mr. and Mrs. Phillips wlll ijpend thclr lioneymoon at Fawkewood; near Seven Oaks, which Mr. Phillips lias taken ru? :i country resldence. Mr. Phillips Is thlrty-two yeara of ago and a natlvc of Maasaehusetts. He was thlrd asslstnnt Secretary of sfare fluring tho admlnls tratlon o? Mr. Roosovclt, and outsld's ' lila offlclal dutics was a mcmber of tho famous ''te-nnls cablneC II" was ap? polnted to his prescnt posl Sopteiuber 25, j!)0f>. TTls home la in Boston. IF BIUES HUESIIMUIGE _(Contlniicd From Flrst Page.) of tho streets and the flnlshlng up of tlie new area wlll follow. To show that peoplo livlng iu un Improved sectiona of thls city have no causa for complaint, Special Ac coimtatit Crenshaw has prepared ea ttmatcs proving that after the flrst year, with the more econoinical ad mlniatration of city affairs whlch the present smachlnory of Richmond clty governmont is prepared to give, taxes from Manehestor Wlll fully support and carry forward the improvomenls ln that area. Eatlmate of Cost. According to tho statement, the ?present indebtcdness of the clty of Manchester, one half of which 'is ln the ahape of call bonds. ls $i!>5,7S6.2n. The assets and preaent propertles of The clty. taken al their actual valua tion, amount to $413,iiti'J, leavlng the In debtedneas of the clty of Manchoster, in excesa of its assets, $72,117-29. Proceedlng from that basls Mr. Cren j-haw makes the foilowlns estlmate of the annual expendituro to hc entailecl in thc event of unlon: Sinklng fund guarantee, at $1.50 on 372,000, $1,081. A nrst-class bridgo from l-'ourtcenth Street in Richmond to llull Streot in Manchoster, admltted by all parties to be an urgont necosslty, regardless of _ the unlon uf the clties, together with rthe cngineeVs estlmatea for ropalring ?and placing in aafe condltlon the pre? sent Free Bridge. wlll cost $a00,000. Bonds for that surn at -1 per cent. wlll No Man is Stronger Than His Stomach A Strong man ia strong all over. No man cau bc ?trong who is suQering irom weak stomach with its eonsequent indigestion, or Irom some other disease ol the stomaoh and its associ_ed organs, which im pairs digestion and nutrition. For when the stomach is weak or diseased there is a loss of. the nutrition ctnlained in iood, which is the source ol all physicul strength. When u man " doesn't feel just ridht," when be doesn't sleep well, has an uncorafortable feeling in the stomach after eating, is isnguid, nervous, irritsblc and despond cnt, he is losing the nutrition needed to make strength. Such _ man aboultt use Dr. Pierce'a Golden Medlcal Dlacovery. It curaa dlaaaaaa ot the atomach and other orjja/ii ot di&eatlon nnd nutrition. It anrlohea the blood, tnvl&orate* tha llver, atren&thens tha Itldneya, nourlahea thv nerves, and so GIVBS HB71LTII 7\NO STHENGTH TO THB WHOLK BODY. You can't uiluid to accept a itcret iiostntm as a substiiute for this non> ?lcoholic medicine ov known gomposition, not even though thc urgent dealer anuy thereby make a littlo bigger profit. Ingredlenta printed on wrapper. \ sHwrrax The style or your baggago is almost. as important as the style of your elothes. Here are the right trunks, bags ancl cases ns well as the right elothes to put in them. And what, is more to the polnt just now, they're all marked downl Tho Trunks, Bags and Cnses like thls: Trunks $55.00 Trunks now .$40.00 $50.00 and $45.00 Trunks now.$35.00 $10.00 Trunks now .$30.00 $.15.00 Trunks now . $25,110 $32.00 Trunks now .S.M.00 $30.00 Trunks now .$20.00 $28.00 Trunks now .$1V.00 $25.00 Trunks now .?.$17.00 $23.00 aud $22.00 Trunks now.$15.00 $20.00 Trunks now.$13.50 $18.00 Trunks now .$12.00 $15.00 Trunks now .$10.00 $12.00 Trunks now . $7.50 110.00 Trunks now . $6.50 $9.00 Trunks now . $6.00 $7.00 Trunks now . $4.75 $6.00 Trunks now. $3.75 Suit Cases and Bags $2.00 Bags and Cases now. $1.25 $2.50 Bugs nnd Cases now. $1.75 $3.no Ungs nnd Cases now. $2.00 $3.50 liutis und Cases now. $2.50 $5.00 Bags and Cases now. $3.50 $6.00 Bags nnd Cases now. $4.00 $7.50 Bags nnd f.'ases now. $5.00 $'?.00 BuCis and Cases now. $6.00 $10.00 IladM nnd Cases now. $6.50 $15.00 Bags and Cnses now.$10.00 $18.00 Bags nnd Cases now. $12.00 $20.00 Bags and Cases now.$13.50 $28.00 Bags and Cnscs now.$18.00 $25.00 Bags nnd Cnses now.$16.00 Sundries $10.00 Auto Lunch Baskets now. $6.50 $3.<"00 Auto Lunch Bnskcts now.$25.00 $50.00 Auto I.unch Bnskcts now.$35.00 $22.00 Auto Trunks now.$15.00 Dog Crates. English Carryalls, &c, also reduced ln prices. The carpentors have posses sion now of our Basement? you'll find Trunks, Bags and Cases piled up all over the store out of their way. They're greatly in our way as you can imagine from the new prices! cost ln lnterest $12.ftno annually, from whlch thero Is to be an offset by reve? nue from street car, telephone, telc? graph and other transmissICn and Uansportatlon llnes, which wlll cover fully two-thirds. On the most coriser. vatlve estlmate but one-ihlrd ls charg? ed to annual expenditure, maklng j $1,00(1. Tho agreoment provldc; for expendt turo In Mancheater of 4>> per cent. of all tho revenuea on streets generally, and slrice are revenuea at prescnt aro estiniatcd at $100,000, the item wlll cost $40,000, several tlmoa the amount Man chester has ever spent on-street im provemonts in any one year. 'i'ho ln? terest on the Mancheater debt aaaumed ?y Itlchmond. wlll make an annual charge of $20,850. Tho amount eatlinated for salartca, hoaltli, poor, streot cleaning, fire pro? tection, schools, street llghtlng and all other ltcms named ln tiie annexatlon oratnaiice, maklng liberal allowaneu for all publlc necessltles, ia $71,150. On thc basls of Mr. Crenshaw's es? tlmate. thereforo, the total expennt ture to be made each year for flve years wlll be $111,081, from whlch la to be deducted Manchestcr's proseni revenue from all aources, amount ing annually to $100,000, leavlng on tho basls of the estlmate $41,081 as the net amount annually whlch Richmond would cxpend under tho annexatlon agraemont. Trrm.s Soon l-'.oit. But the whoie story is not told. The amount would be greatly reduced, lf not wlped out altogother, after the flrst year. Tho rcassessment, to bo ef fectivo in 1011, wlll show a large in? crease ln tu-xablo valucs, as it wlll ln Itlchmond. Numeroua factorlcs opcr ating In Mancheater, now cxempt from taxatlon, havo expreaaed their willlng noss to come In and pay clty taxes at ' once for tho benciitu of flr'e and po lico protection. Further, the offlciul terms of ofllce for whlch Richmond has to guarantco Mancheater oinco hotdcrs begin to oxplre in Soptember of thls year. and they wlll be dropping off every month thereafter. All oxcopt flvo oxplre wlthin two years. The Chamber of Qommorce commit? tee on eonsolidation, which has In? dorsed Mr. Crenshaw's estlmatea, iu a statement Issued yesterday, says: "The statement would Indlcate In? creased revenuea from the praposed terrltory, conservatlvoly estlmatcd rar ln excosa of tho amount necessary lo provlde better condltlons not speelflcct ln terms, and tenda further to show that before thc flve years explro Man chester terrltory wlll bo a eontrlbutor to the consolldnted clty, rather than an oxpetise. Such has been tho result from many other wnrds in Itlchmond." governor mann speaks TO VIRGINIA FARMERS Declares That lie Stands for the Plan to Make the Farms of the State Prosperous? Smoker , Tendered Visitors by Chamber of Commerce. After two days' work filled with ihlngs of Interest nnd profit to fnrm crs of the state, thc Virglnia Sliite Farrnor's Conventloh propor, came to a close lasi nlght wltli a snioker tender e(| them ami the members of tho Llgst latliro hy the Chamber of COrntnerCO. Though ihe actunl work of the con venllon, with the oxoeptlon of a few rnliior paper* whlch wlll protmbly lie rend to-day, is over, ncarly nll Ihe members wlll remain over to take pnrt ln "Corn Day." Thls exlilbitloii, whlle. lt ls belng mnde by the Virglnia Corn Crowers' Assoclation, was mado pbs sihlc by the fact that thc farmors werc nieotltig at the samc tlme. Interest in II ls ns great alinost as the Instltute llsclf. fiovcrmir's Aililrcn. Belng unable to welrome the con ventlon on account of the Inaugural exorclses whlch ocetirrod tho same flay, fiovernor Mann nevortheless lionore.l tiio farmers with the flrst publlc ad? dress slnce ho formally became chlef exccutive of the Ktnte. Tle spoke prac? tically, as a fnrmer tnlking to farm? ors, and Indorsed the plnns of \'ie In? stltute for lntenslvc farming under the Instnictlon of demonstrators, saylng that It was not only an lnsplratlnn, but that It paid immonsely morally and comrnercially. He thought tlic agricultural Interests tho supreme object in reclaimlng Vir? glnia and agafh maklng her tho great. esl State In the tinlon. ror himself he sald; "Tho people ot Virglnia have conferred upon me the hlghcst honor in their glft, and, I be? lleve, lu tho glft of nny people. T never wlll agaln be a candldato In thls Commoriweaith for anythlng, but I will not dlscontlnue sbrying mv ?State. Tiie nmbltlon I havo ls to make Virglnia four years from now a RXeat_r nnd bottor Vlrglhia than she ls to-day." Ilnck to the Fnrm. He predi.-tcd that In less tlian flf bad offercd ln hls county $25 to tho boy maklng- tho largest crop on an acre of ground. Likc other speaker?, he wante-i tlic young men kept on thc farm so tliat Virglnia could bo "hullt Up with Virglnia's sons." He callod upon the members of the Leglslature to glve, as far as was pos slble, all that was asked by thc far me.rs, saytng that thc questlons of agriculture and good roads were of m.>-e vital Interest than any others that could be brought up. Following the Governor came Delc gato Itosewell Page, a farmor him? self. who said that thc farmers could get what they wanted from thc Legls? lature for severai reasons. chiefly he cause of thelr numbers and the power thoy wellded ln other respeets. Ho wanted to see them pet the moncy necessary to carry out thelr plans, but asked them to see to it that it was properly expended. Mayor I >. C. Rlchardson spoke in behalf of the cltv. and brief spoeciie.-l were made by Ashton Starke and Lleutonant-Gpvernor .1. Taylor Elly son. The. inectlng was presidod ovor by Tresidcnt Henry W. 'Wcoc, of tho Chamber of ('omiiorce. To Heln State Falrs. Openlng the afternoon sesslon, John Stewart Bryan. of this city, presontcd the draft of a blll empowering tUc . tate Auditor to draw on the Trcascrrer of tho Htate for thc years 1010 and lt'ii for thc sum of $10,000, to bo dlvlded between thc Virginia State Falr Assoclation, the Lynchburg Falr Assoclation, the Radford Fair Assocla? tion and the Roanoke Fair Assoclation. Thc suins are to be offored and paid as premiums by tho assoclatlons ln stimulating compctition between tho farmers of the State ln produelng agri? cultural and anlmal products. Tho amount ls to be dlvlded between the four assoclatlons In proportlon that tlic amounts offercd last year by each assoclation in premiums bears to tho total amount. Thc fair assoclatlons aro to report to tho Auditor tho num? ber and amount of prizes offerod and the results accompllshed. Tho instl? tute unanlmouBly approved the bill and referred it to thc lcglslativo com? mlttee. In presontlng the propbsed blll Hr. Bryan spoke of the prcscvit as tho renalssance of agriculture, and deslg nated tiie farmor as the saviour ot the country. to whom all Amcrlca loolced. for meat and bread. Snnd.v'u Worls. Dr. A. S. Knapp, ot the United State.i Dopaftmont of Agriculture, spoke in favor of a law requiring- the S'tate to co-operate ln tho demonstratlon work now belng carrled on by himself and T. O. Bandy. Now tho cost of this work is being borno by the Fedoral government and certain Northern capltallsts, tho State contributlng nothing towards lt. He held that in view of the class of work belng accompllshed *he Stato should co-oporate for US cxtenslon. which he thought could probably bo best accompllshed through tho Stato exnerimerit station at Blacitsburg. A resolution offercd by W. E. Hathaway _o that effect was adopted and rcferrcu to tho lcglslativo committee. VJr Knapp snld that tho Amerlcan people. had boen too reckless; that they had boen raislng only tho moncy crops, thua conuuerclalizliig the rar mor and oftcn maklng out of hlm a gambler. Hc sald that on account of thls aiul other modorn methods tho "THE WEATHER Forci'iiNi: Vtrglnla?tncrcualng elouil iness, rolloTved by r?ln Thursdny) Frlr dn.v, rain or anow nml colderi modor nti- Ninitii wlnds, becomlng north; North Carollna?Rain _'?ur?dityj Frl? day rain nnd colderi modernto lioutU Wllllll. COXD1TIONS YESTERDAY. S A, M, temperaturo. __ llumldlty ._. 8'' Wlnd, dlrectlon .West U'ln.i, voloclty ._, 5 Weather .Cl0*t; 12 noun temperature. |?? ;i p, .-M. temperaturo . "t> Aieuni. excess in tomporaturo slnce January 1 . ? DeflOlonoy ln ralnfall sirice M'arch 1 .w. 6.83 Accuin. oxceas ln ralnfall -slnce January l . 23 CONDU'IONS !>' IMl'OaTANT CITIES, (Ai ii P, M? Basterir Standard Tlme.) Place. Ther. II. T. Weathor. Charlotte . in M cloudy . Washington .... 40 -is Clear .TaoHsohvllle ... 5'2 r.i moudy Key AVest . 68 70 Cloudy Juplte'r . lll To P, cloudy Tanipii . CO I'.ii P, cloudy Norfolk. 10 00 Cloudy MIXIATIIti: AI..M.VNAC, February 3, 1910. ? .Sun r.ln?s.....-7:l l I1IC1H TIOK. Hiin huih. r.;:',1 .Mornlng... .11:38 Alooh rlses,. 1;3U Hyenlng..,, coal of livlng was hlgh. "i"1 declared thnt lt rcmnlned wlth tho tanner to correct those condltlolts, Saylng lhat the unproductlvenoas of this sectlori waa tho resuli of uncconomlc methods in prodiiclng und buylng, hc brouglit ln tno value of demonairatlon work, In Whlch the main endeavor la to teach thc farmer economlc methods. Trnvellng sdiooln. lie advocated the entnbliahment ot truvellug schoola, nol wlth books, but by actual dombnstriition. He told of the good done hy demonstratora I agalnst the bolhveevll In the South. In ! addltlon to Increasing productlvehetfs, hc called attentlon to the fact that | n great many of the lower elnsa ot | popiilatioii were on the verge of a I life of crlme. and thnt the demonatra tors by their teuchlngs often miule I good oltlzens of them. Then. too. he showed how tho rcccni syatem of of- , rcrlng prlzes nnd dlplomas to boya ot the South wna dlvcrtlng tho stream of j immlgrnnts from the wheat aectlon of | Canada to the cornflolds of tho south. j He suggosted that no county be glven the appropriatlon untll lt had cmiie to some deflnite dcclslon to do soinething and was Wllllng tc use Its own money tn tho effort. Other speakers rtla cussed the subjr-c expressing tho snme falth in the resources of Virginia and the South, if properly cared for. Llme at Cont. 1',. ]?'. Ttice, lndustrlal agent of the Vlrginian Railway, >poke on the rela ilon of the farmer to the railway, and, havlng been a farmer hlmself, clla. cussed tho llme question brlofly. say? lng that hls railway would glvo a rate i on agrlculturai llme praetlcally the j same as that gi\eu by the rallwaya of lllolnols for the same purpose, nnd 1 hc thought that other transportatlon i linea would do thr same tlTlng lf t'rea | Ident Davis's plan got through the l.cplslature. Hc thought that every farmer should be nn experimenter, and every farm ln Hs way should bc an ' experlment station, strivlng each year to rcduce operating oxpenscs and to mako each crop blgger and chcaper than the one before. IIo looked upon the small farm as thc salvatlon of the State lu un agrlculturai way. J.-uiies Bc-llwoo.l apoke on alfalfa aa the remody for the unproductlve acres of Virginia. He cxplalned Its cultiya tlon and growth, tho result of long oh servation and experlment. In answer to a que3tion. ho stated that he waa now buying but little for hla cattle. and that after gettlng his alfalfa in the ahape ho doslrcd. there would ba nothing to buy but salt. Type of I-'iirm liorne. The best type of horso for farmers to breed for their work was discuased by Dr. .1. G. Ferneyhough. "The au tomobile," he said, "is undoubtedly drivlng out the standard-brcd and tlio llnc.knoy. but not the farm horse." He apoko of the great demand for Virglnla-bred farm horaea and how the supply was ao small that local farmers had to purchase e.lsowhore. Dr. Fernej-hough r;avo hls ideas of thu types of mar<*s that should be used. and impressed upon hla hearers tho Importance of breediug to registered sircs. As to mules, hc advtsed fnrm era not to use them for work pur poses, for thc reason that the demand ?"for them on rallwaya nnd other pub |ic works waa so great they should bn sold. Dalry Commlsslonor W, D. Saundera spoko on the feedlng and management of dalry cows, nnd V\\ W. Aahe, of the Natlonal Forestry Se,rvlce, on "Forcstry on the Farm" There aro n few other subjects to be dlscusscd, according to thc program. They wiil ho dlsposed of to-day, whllo the Corn Growers' Associatlon Is ln sesslon. .Morning SesHlon, Dr. X. S. Mayo opened thc morning sesslon wlth an address on "liconoini cal Prbduction of DlvQ Stock." Ho gave llgiircs to show that the produc llon iu this country had decreased ! rapidly, and that consequently tho ex porta had fallen off greatly nnd of fercd suggestlons to Increase thc out put. He waa followe.] b? Professor W. J. Splllman, who spoke ln an Inter cstlng manner on "Types of Farm Management," and Dr. II. J. "Wheeler, who further dlscusscd the advantages of the usc of llme. Hc showed churta and tlgurcs illustrnting hls oxperi menta at the Khodo Island Expeilment Statlon. TELEPHONE PItOmFtIONS Sllver Lorlng Cup 1'reaented to .7. Stuart , .., Itoysler. ,??'r. !""', _.n?r?tpr. who for a number or tv?ILI .'"" connoctod wlth tlie Bell ,i,,.. Company, and who for the pa?t iZ-iiL T" "" boon m f-harce of tlie col i,n. h?. pa ''"""' of th0 locaI "change, nas onen promoted to tlio posltlon ot cashici or^ine eoinpany's exchange at Jaclcsonville. . Mr, Hoystnr viaa aelcctcd from a number ,' "_," a,H lj",n" tha hCBt quallflod for thla mnortant posltlon. As a lokon of the htgn r.Vr '"', " Whlch '"? '" ''<>Id at the telc-phono Jl'l "J employos presontcd hlm wlth a i Hiinaoine lovtni? mp )Uflt before ho left tor ^rackipnvllle yesterday. Cray Tyroe liae heon promoted to the OHe" by Mr. 'nty^T eXChanK0 '0rmerl>' CHARTERS ISSUED "lianr "? sr.intod by the Stato Cor peraiion i ommlaelon veatorday as followa: .i n iTl"! l;l":"''" Hluo Prlntlng Corpora? tlon, Rlohmond. n. w. Ktamper. .Ir.. proai asni, A.. Staness Kcllam. secretary and ircaaiiror; i: ,i neaion, vlbe-presldont?all or nionmond. Capitul: Maxlmum, $5,000: mlnlmum, $i,:oo. Objocts: Maklng electrlo bhn: prints. Tbo-Sau-Duuehti-y Company (Inc). N6V roiit. .i. r-.. na?R, proBldentj G. \V. Daugh try,.socretnry; .\, stornborg?all of Norfolk. ? "Pltiil: M.v.,, $30,000; nilnlmuni, $13, ouo. Ubjotu: Confectlonery bus'ness. iraveera ii?,,i company (inc). Lynch cocK, vlco-pre?ldentj (i. W". llancock, aocro /,"'*]. "i" ?'" ?"""-'- nll ot X-ynchbure, Va. ' "i""": Maxlmum, .lf>o,000; mlnlmum, jl.ooc. r 'Ti*L ,H.?t61 hnslneas. , ,'! ,, ,",Un,c ''"'iiiiuny (Inc), T.ynchburg. J, i. oiild. nrc-idilont. \V. t,- Ould, vlcc presont; H. j, Kdwards, accretury?all of wnonourg. Oapliali Maxlmum, $10,000; iiiiiiiiiiiini, $1,009. Objeots; Prlntlng bualncss. a iicenno io ,io buaineas in tho Stato waa isaiici i? tlio H||8a ,sin_ 'I'hrowing Company, a corporatlon urgunUed under the laws of uiu hi.ii,- ol p, nnsylvanla. a wrltton power oi attorney havlng been tlled wlth the com iiiiHhioi, uppohitlng ilurry A. /..lefflur, of A <-auii, iu, atututory agent. Maxlmum cap? ital authorliMd by charter $500,000, Objocts: ManufBcturlns ^ ?,i-oud. .,, Waiitm ln Xorth Curollna. norry ii. .i.,r,|.n (Wj,jte) was orrcsted lare yciterda-, on ? chargo of bnliiK a fugl '''?? "'? ??''"!> Curollna. Ho wlll be held 1 Stuio authoritles. t?r Un \i?. i ' 1n-n?rii In Waahlugton. ?"'"'?????? I,-biib?. ,vorq iw_,ucd tn Waah? Ihe following Illelimond KlUpatrlok nnd Nora l.oonard C. Pi'lddjj. *na lAXATivi-'.V, ' AlH,'! IlKADACHE. cold an,i^rilUPtOMo Qulnlne, ths woi full riiii,,,. i , '''""'ly ?'etnoves came. tuu rminc. Look for .lunttture li. W*. Qi orld wlde Call for Qrov?. -jc ECEIT rHIHUff lOTECpSEB Democratiii District Comniittcc Mccls in' Pclcrs burg, I Speclal loThoTlnies-Lilspatch.) I-torsliurg, Vn., Felrfuary. 3,?Tho Deuioeratiiu: District Commlttee mct ln the Stratford Hotel to-night to cun: vttss tho vote east ni tlic rocerit cii gresslonnj prlmary. Onlv three of tho tivo rrioinbers w. re present?-Robert Ullllam, of I'etersl.urg, chalrman: A, I!. Morrls, of Surry, nnd .1. Taylor lliotnpson, of Prlnce 13dwnrd, with Hernard c. Hyme as Becrelary. There was diilt.. a'lar.ge attcmlance uf In? terest ed frlends of Ihe severai ' eau dldates, and Senator I.asslter nnd Mr. Turnbull, two of Ihe candldiites. wero present. Tho canvasslng >.f thb vote prdceed ed very >|iilet1\- to ihe end, the only matter glvlilg rlse t<> dlsctissldn belng tho vote of Clareinonl l'r.'.'liie.t, Surry county. The election bfHelals _ that county roported thal, havlng rea son to belleve thal Republlcans wero pormlttod to vote ln Claremont;, tlmv hnd rejocted the vote of that preclnct, which roported 29 vnr Lasslter, :i for Cocke and l for Wdlftlns. Mr. Burt, of Claremont, made a Strong appeal to the commlttee to eoiint the vote of thc preclnct, do clarlng that every man who votedi whether Repiibllcau or not, would sup? port Ihe nomlnee at the clectlon. The commlttee Invlted the .-aiidi dates present to ex press thelr vlews "ii the matter. Senator Lasslter said Hint all the candldatea had some tlme ago slgne.l a paper to leavc tho whole inatter <>r tho election i? i lie hands of the commlttee, an.l ho wns willlnir to abldo by Its decision. Mr, Turnbull brieily assented to the same. Tho com? mlttee unanlmously declded to stistaln the Surry oftlclals ln rejectlng tho i .hircmont. vote. Full Vote <>r Distrlct. The commltteo announced ihe full voto nf the distrlct, as follows: ' Turn- Las- Wat- Total. buii. slter. klns. Cocke. Amelin . io 22 146 6 181 Brunswlck . ...tis is s 2 770 Dlnwiddlo . :..". 271 6? 30 468 Lunenburg .... 1 v.-, ,-,.. ;;n 2 2715 Gresnesvllio ...163 40 s 43 261 Mccklcnbuig ..r,7_" 195 65 10 672 .N'ottowuy .::i 33 322 M 47:1 Powhatan . :. 17 122 .1 ir.i Prlnce Edward. 7 12 ?n.i 3 666 Prlnce Goorgc.. .'? 83 2 122 212 Surry . S 34 3.1 141 200 Sussex.'. .. ?.<i 36 6 3S9 437 Petersburg ?234 903 198 23 1.364 Totalg .1,906 1.732 1,632 S66 6,136 Robert Turnbull havlng received a plurallty of iti over Benator T.aKi-lfr. the next highest candidate, was de? clared the Democratlc nomlnoc for Congress. The quallfled voto of tho distrlct Is 8,630, of whi-h 71 per cent. was east in the prlmary. TAFT PARTY IN FaTtIMORE Presldent nml Guestn vttend I'crforn? iiiicc of l.iiin.l iinria. Baltlmore, Md.. February 2.?ProFl dent and Mrs. Taft came over from Washington to-nlght and attended thi perforrnanco of "La Gloconda." glven by thu Metropolltan Opera Company at the Lyrie. The pre.sldentlal party. whlch includcd, besides the I'rcsident and Mrs. Taft, tho latter's sister. Mrs. Chnrles Anderson, Captaln Arehlbald Butt, the Prcsldent's aidc-de-camp. and Mlss Florcnce Tngrnm. were ?jjt guests of .1. C. Schaffer, of chicago. PAID LDBBYIST (Contlnucd From First Page.) as_ed"b^-_"Mr. "MoTcTlitirafter tho dis cusslon over tho Bell telcphone fran chlse, ln whlch ho admltted taklng a fco of $1,000: "Dld you work for tlic Traotlon Company?" "A'es," was the unexpected answor, "I did, and under your advlc?." "Vou mean to say that I adviscd you?that I hnd any part ln your methods?" came back from Mr. Mere dith. Coufcrrcd With Mcredlth. "1 mean to say tliat you did, and that it hasn't hurt your standlng to have boen a rcpresentatlve of that cor? poratlon. Crls Manning. B. 1.. Bemls, AVirt Taylor. Alfrod B. Wllllams, John J. Lynch, you and myself had a con? ference a? to that Traction franehiso cxtenslon." Further questlonlng from newspapor articles was taken up at the after? noon sesslon, Mr. Saunders being on the stand for severai hours under a sharp flre of cross-questlons. ^fearly all of It rolated to the campalgn for Senator in 1005, and certaln city'cam News of Manchesler Manchester Biireau, Tlmcs-Dlspatch, 1103 Hull Street. Gedigo tv. Farnier, slxty-slx years old, ot .110 Cowardln Avenue. walked acrosB the track ln front of tncoinlug traln No. 121, ot tho Southern Itulhvay, yesterday mornlng and was thrown aoveral feul clear ot the track, austainlng such torrlble Injurloa that 110 dlod a few hours Inter. Tho Ill-fated man was a car repalrer In tho Southern Rallway Sbops. Englnecr Horacc T. Durvln, consldered os one of the most careful engl-' neera on tlic road, appllod llie alr bralf-s an.l aounded tho englno'a whlsllo, but wltli oui avall, iho cow-catcher striklng Farrner squarely. wiuing hands ruahed to tho pros trato body, but Iho nian lay bloedlng wllh dcath wounds, und lt was icun that he had r.ot loi.g to llvc. He explrod at 10 o'clock, three hours artcr ihe acoldent. Tho dead man Ib aurvlved by hls wlfe, Mrs. Vlrvlnla Bolton Farmor, and two riaughlora. Mrs n IX. Slmmons. of Nox/ollc und Mrs. S. _' MImms, ot this cityr Tho funornl wlll take place from Bain brldgo Stroet Baptiat Church thls after? noon- at 3:30 o'clock. Rev. J. N. Durhani wlll eonduct the sorvlces, Celeliruto AnnlverKury. Davls COuncll, No. 27, Jr. o. U. A. M? wlll celobrate its twontleth nnnlvorsary at s o'clock to-night lu tho Maaonlo Tomplo. All tho members nnd many women will he present. W. C, Pulllam Is chalrman ot the commlttee ln chnrgo of tho arrangements. Thu program of tho evenlng ls ns follows: lulroduotciry address, C. fc>. Wolls; short address by John It. Smith; rtnancial state m.uit of order for past twonty yeurs; report by autdltors for tho qtiarter; slnglng by iiuiirtot; reinurks by B. B. Jones; niiisto by J. O. llelchor; ronmrks by lt. Jj, Patrauii miislo by Charlea McC'nnn; address of tho evenlng by I\ Gray llaildon; so.o, Mlss hla, Butlor; muslc, AV. T. Hurt; muslo by Mr. and Mrs. l.'enso; reniarks by W, C, Pullium; muslo by J. O. Bolehor; supper; lnvocaUou by J, Davldson. Euchro club. Iho A'onng l.aiiles' _u.oh.re. Club niet Tuoa duy night with Mlsa Besato Page. An on loyable ovcnlng was spent wllh cards. At iho concluslou of pluy deltcloua refreshmonts woro served. "??Trlp lo North Volv." An entortulnmont wlll bo glven to-nlght st _1,. o clock at tho roaldunco of Mrs. Joliii <_ KobortBon, at Forest Hill, for the bonetlt of tho I'hureh of tho Good Hhep hord. ' A Trlp lo tho North Polo" wlll he the tltle. A sllver oltorlng wlll bo takon at tho oloHe. News nnd Brlefs. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wulier .1. llonney an.l iliiugliler, who havo boon vlslliiig roiativoa, wlll loavo to-day for thelr lioino IiCHavuria, N, y., oeoompniiliiU by Mrs. IlQliitey's father, II. \V. Fondloy, Mlsa Virglnia Blizsstird, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jumea Bltzzurd, of Forest lllll, who uiiderweui aa operatlon at the Vlrtilniu The Delicious Flavor of Apollinaris Water COMBINED WITH ITS PERSISTENT EFFE1WESCENGE And Valuable Digestive Qualities Accounts for its Ever Increasing Popularity palgna for pure polltlcs, following a grand Jury lnveatlgntlon of the clty primary, nll of whlch rosulted ln ihe rcslguallon of tho elrctoral board nnd tlie nppolnlinent of new election ofll? ce rs. Chalrman Mlles M. Martln, of tho Clty Democratlc Committee, was Inlro dineil for a tlmo, but wlthdrew on oh Jectlbns, to be introduced latrr, when thc way has been paved to show that hc was an nttornoy for certaln street cnr intoreats, and at tlmes pald Saund era nnd others for aaalatanco ln se? curlng votes ln tho Councll. Tlinuglit Hlm Corrupt Politician. ,T6hn ("iarinnd Pollard, on thc stand, said ho had heard Mr. Saunders fre qui-ntly referrod to as a "polltlcal boss," and believed he was genernlly regarded ln tho communtty as a "cor? rupt politician." He hlmself regnrded hlm as an Improper representative on the Clty Committee. He sald he had ru'n for the Constltutlonal Convention and had been opposed by Saunders. Former Mayor Car lt 011 McOarthy wna sworn. Jte had no dlrect evldence. he stated, that Mr. .Saunders had oppoaed hlm ln any of tho three campalgns he made for Mnyor, once agalnst Tay? lor, once when he waa elocted, nnd once when ho loat to Mayor Rlchnrd son. Asked what was tho general reptitntlon of Mr. Saunders In the clty. he answered: "Among pe/plo wlth whom I rrso clate, lt Ia thn unlveraal opinion that he has nn evil Influenco on clty poll? tlcs. My beltef u that he has a mysterlous and nndue Influence In polltlcal inatteia. nnd that vlcw la held among tho people generally. It ls my hrllef that Saunders has nlwaya op? posed mo. We represent entlrcly dtf ferent elementa, nnd In my flrst cam? palgn 1 denouiiced hlm and hls asao clates. I was not elected, but waa Batlsfled that Mr. Saunders opposed me at that time. In the last campalgn lt waa not so promlnent an laaue." .\o llons, Snj"? Royall. "Wllllam L. Iloyall, the loat wltnrrs of the evenlnc. proved aoinethlng of a boomerang for the Yoder alde of the case, Klnce it was hls bellef that slnce the revelatlona of 1905. and tho clean ing up of clty polltlcs, and tho Induc tlon Into ofrice of a new electoral board. honeat men had had control of clty polltlcs, and that Mr. Saunders had little power slnce. and at the tlrne of the Yoder publlcatlon waa "no boas at all." "It was tho general idea," sald Mr. Royall, "for a number of yearp, that Saunders waa the polltlcal boas of Richmond. That waa hla general repu tation, and I had except.onal opportu nlttc.s for flndlng out during an ln vrMlgatlon I made prcllmlnary to a meeting; of thc grand Jury ln 1905. "Hls reputatlon was as descrlbed by Mayor McCarthy and Mr. Pollard. He was believed to bo a polltlcal crook hy all classea. I called the two mect Irigs held m the Capltol Square. I wus not pald to aollclt slgnatures or to get up thoso meetlngs. I was later retaln ed as a lawyer by .Toaeph Bryan to gather evldence to present to thc grand Jury. I saw tho foul condltiona whlch exlsted and probed tho sltuallon to the hottom, and found the state of corrup tlon that exlated. I consldcr that one of the greatcst acrvices a cltlzon had ever rendered thls clty. T cialm the entlro credlt, but-I never got lt. Clty Now Clcan. "That investlgatlon ended fraudulent elections In Richmond. After that we Ptot a clean electoral board. and put ln ofllce a act of hnir^i men. I havn never heard of a frauduloht election In Richmond slnce. or ,,f Mr. Saunders's power. r don't believo ho is any boss at all slneo that time. "Then he hasn't been a boas sinco 1905," asked Mr. Scott. "No." was tho answer. and the wlt? ness waa excused, and court adjourned to thls morning at 11 o'clock. Under the rultngs ?f the court all matters whlch do not diroetly relate to Mr. Saunders hlmself, and all sectlona of thc painphlet not havlng a dlrect hear? lng on tho alleged libelous charge, wlll be excluded from the ju*v. Uospltal for appcndlciti*. hns bo rar r? covered ns lo return to her homo. MIsb Nannlo Vndcn. who has been qulte alclc nt her home on Cowardln Avenue, ls a. llttle better. Raymond Paul, of V. p. I., who has been vlflltlng hls parents for a few days, has returned to Blackahurg. Be.-nard B. Hobortson has returned home from Lunenbur'g, where he Iiub bean vlsltlng hls sister, Mrs. Danlel 11. Brldgeforth. Georgo P. Cox, of Forest'Blll, ls at i_o Virginia HospltRl for trearinont. Mlsses Annio and Lolla Krlend are tbo guests of ihelr grandpiircnts, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Holland, at 1-Iolluud Hill, Mib. Johnson, who Iiiib boen vlsitlng her I daughter, Mrs. John Nokloy, has returned to her home nt Proapect. Mlss Emlly Graham, of Abingdon, Va., is i the gueat of her sister, Mrs. Riohardson. i Llttle Phjj-Ilis Recd Gregory coutinc**. I qulte slck with broiichitla at thc home of her parents on Twolfth Stroot. 13. T. Hatcher, of Cheaterfleld county, ia ona of tho exhlbitora of excelslor coru at tho meeting; of the A'lrglnla State Furmera' Instltute. Court wlll be held In Choalerflcld Court houso this mornlng. The casea to come' up are thoao of Charley AV'aahlngton, Goorga Thomas und Wlllle Roso, charged with felo iiloualy cuttlug Alex.Mlleg. alao colored. "CttP tlHlS COUPON Household Premium Coupon* FEIBIIUAR.Y 3, 1910. NOTICE.?A ;coftip!ete set consiats of 30 cou? pons of conaecutive dates, only one coupon of each date wiil he accepted in each aet. You can begin 4saving on any date, juat ao they are of conaecutivo dates from the day you start. - ./ h'-ar Batem Church conrthotise ron.l n few woolta ngo. Hqulro Rnhlnaun wlll hold llia OBITUARY .11 ra. I.iiey Ilrltliin. .Mrs. Lucy Brltton, widow of ChttrleS Brttton, dled at 12:10 o'clock thls mornlng at tiie resldenro of her son, James A. Hrltton, 430 North Twenty nlxtli Street. Tho funeral notlco wlll he announced later. ?'lllrunl M. lli.gl...... Gllfford Manning llughos dled vory . .iddenly laat nlght at 8 o'clock. Ho was iin. son of Chas. J.- Jr., and Kale C. Htughes, aged two years. Funeral notlco later. Jncob C. ivuhn. Jacob C. Kuhn. son-ln-law of C Uay mond, of thls city, died yesterday ln New york. He Is survlved by hla wlfe and one son. Harry I,. Aydclotte. [Speclal to The Tlrnes-Dispatch.) Norfolk, Va., February 2.?General regret wlll be caused ln Norfolk bv news of the death of Ilnrry Longley Aydelotto, whlch occurred last nlght at Pinohurst, N. C. Mr. Aydelotto had bren ln 111 health for a year or moro, but only gavo up buslness two moiiths ago, Tho lemalns wcr? brought here to-night by th,. Seabdard Alr Llne. Mr. Aydelotto was a son of tho late AVI1 liam U. Aydclotte. of thls city. He li survlved by the following brothpm, all realdenta of Norfolk: William B. Aydclotte. Charlos S. Aydelotto, Archlo F. Aydelotto and Brnest C, Avdelottc. Willlnin G. Rutledge. [Spcclai to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch, I Brlstol, Va., February 2.?AVIlllam G. Rutledge, a veteran of thc ?"onfederale army. and promlriont as a Mason. d|e,| to-day at the homo of his datlghier, Mrs. Allce Barb, near Brlstol. He waa elghty-four years of agej. Mra. Gotdnian. ISpeclal to The Tlmes-Dlspateh.) AVIUIamsburg. Va., February 2.?Mr?, Gold man, mother of J. A. Bahcock, dled !.-.st Frlday at tho home of her sou, lu James City county. aged seventy slv years. The funeral took pla.-e from Flve F?.rk? Church Sunday. Itev. 0. |_ IObc-11 condticting tho service-;. DEATHS BBITTON.?Hied. at 12:10 A. M.. Feb? ruary 3, at the resldence of her son. Jam.-s A. Brltton, 43.". North Twcntv hlxth Street. MRS. LTrcy BKITTON, widow of Charles Brltton. Funeral notice )ati>r. 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