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-lt, tho better." Ilnvls Tnterrnpt*. At. thl.? polnt Mr. lleyhiuii rerolvod rtiu iiiterruptitiii from fienator Jefr l)a : vis. of Ark.incns. who, even wlthout nv.-altlng the permisslon nt tlie Idubo .^enntor, abruptly intcrposcu thc riues* I tion: "Wero you in tlie ivnr?" i *'Oh," rcspundod Mr. lloyhutti. "thnt ,<* the stoek questlon of the encap re jiortcr." "I tindorstatid," roplled Mr. Davls, j ?'that the Senator vcptcscnts JCl 'nlg K?r*' ln hls Stnlr.'' | HcFpondlng 10 tho last Interrnptlon. I Mr. Hrylmrn stated that tf ther* werc L''M negrors In hls Stato he Intended , to try to reprosent them. As for his jiartlclpntlon In llio war, hc sfntcU '? thn! he had been too young for tliat. [ Mr. Ilryhutn sald thnt ir iliere wcre | Bepaton who thought thal It was piop* ??:? thti tha ";ci>.-;'' tiag ghouid wave | >".cr the property ot the United States j i.'iiv cooki vote for the mcasurc, bull bc ??- ? ? ? nln-3 ?:?-.:?, thal there wero ! ttJU 0| rf'^i'le '.r. t*ic Vnttrd StftteS who ' | ,r.ie<J deep In tholr j }:cart? ittt 5r::it of pstriotUm. who i fcouth to take t:.-- --...; .t : ..ck. ??Doii't Vlolate Sentiment." "In sending u.-- ligures for thc na tion;'I Hall of fame I would adviso ! ?-... ::e said. "pot to<>overl00k your; Marahatls, your car'y l.rcs. your Mon- ! roe/s and your Henrys. Don't vlolate a ' scntimrnt which you know to o^ist. t and whlch exlsts to-day as it did in j ? tho slxtic's. "I ask you In thc interest of loyalty ; nnd harmony to say to the people who : ^ havo sent here this imaiglnc to comet ? and tako lt away: it may l-e dear to j . you, but lt ls not dear to us. Take it i J and worshlp It lf you pleasei but do j not Jntrude It upon the people who do ! [ not. want it. Tako hlm home?place | him in tho most saorcd spot: glve him thc dearcst place in your local tet:i ples. But for God's sake, don't agaln start this spirit. out of whlch the ter? rlblo troubles of tho past nroso." Mr. Heyburn here declared tliat he ha.j no personal feollhg in llio matter, end that it was not hls Intention to wave thc bloody shlrt. "I arn," ho said, "as far from dolng that as any man you over dreamed of. But T love my country too well to see lt drifting cn the sliores of discontcnt and personal strlfc. Declarlng that ho would stand against such lcgislatlon as was pro? posed if his was the only volce to bo taised in opposition. and tliat hc would vote acainst it it no othcr Senator dld, 1 c hislsted that ho did not desiro to b( intcrpreted as imputlrig dlsloyalty ? ? any St nator who mlght differ from 1 'i .-.. vote waa taken, and imnicdiately mttcrwarda tho Senate adjournsd. CITY MAY BU1L0 \NHf\RF SDclccnlioiis t? Nppenr Before Councll I Committee on Kinnnec To-MKbt. 1 Buslness men Ol Richmond wlll prc Ipeni to the Council Commltteo on IKinancc to-night thc roasons why the city should construct wharves ulone; ?tlie river front on tho property re? cently acquired nour tho mouth of Gll lic's Creek. Tiio meeting of ?io Financo Commlttee will probably con atitutc thc llnal hearing on the an? nual budget. whlctyj the subcommittee ?will then begin to map out for pre sYentation 10 the Council late ln tliis month. Members of the Commlttee on | Improvement of the James River, Wltli representatlvcs of tho Chanibor of Commerce, Rctaii Merchants' Assocla? tion, C.raiu Uxchange. Travolera" I'ro tectlve Assoclation, and a number of indlvlduahi, wlll outline the plan for provldlng publie. wharves at whlch ves* aels cntcrlng thls barbor may load and unload, to as to encourago shlpplng and lcecp down frclght rntcs. Tho ? delcgatloiis will be prepared to show ?what other rities are dolng to pre serve thelr eomraerclal advantagejj and enlargo thelr trade. The mbvement ia entirely dlstinct from one presented some thiie ago by severai Councttjiren from llio < iiv to iicriuirc by p.urefcas/i'rrTid open ti> pub? llc tnole thc canal and dbek from Sev tonteonth to Twenty-eighth Streets, now. lownod by tlie Southern Rallway Com? pany. y FAIRBANKS INDORSED nMinistera I'rnise Him fnr llix Action ln Itoiur. ?Washington, February 7.?Critlcizing itiio action of tho Vatican for refusing jformcr Vice-President Fairbanics an ?audlence with the I'ope becauso he : would not cancel his engogement to [address ihe Methodlst chutchmen in iJtome, thc Ministerial Association of ,.A\'ashiniTton to-day adopted u aet of resolutlons ? franiod by a committee lieaded by Bishop Cranston, of tho Methodlst Eplscopal Church, ln whicli thc action of the Vatican authorltles ls descrlbed as "a charactertatlc ox pression of the real spirit oC tlic Roman hierarchy." "Wo consratuiate our former VIcc Prcsident on his rnanly vindication of ] tho American spirit of tolcratlon and I liis cxhlbltlon of the dlgnity of free: American inanhood ln this most sisnl ficant test in Rome," says ono of thc resolutlons. Protest against recogr.ition by tho guvorr.ment of tlic Vatican is mado in i strong terms, descrlbed as inoonsislent | v.-ith national traditions and "a. sanc ; lion of occloFiastieal assumptlon out i giov.'n by tho world and a distinct ? menaco to rellgious llberly." f Bishop Cranston sont the following '?eablOgram lo Mr. Fairbanks: 9 "Your dlgnlfled vtpalcatlon of Amer .. lcan toleration heartily indoised by | our clergy and people." Family Cough Syrup _ Curcs Any Coufth in Five Hours. 1 NEW PRESCRIPTION HERE. r llcrc h fiiven the most cffecti\'<: courIi prc?Lriptioii known to thc medical world. It is a mild. laxative, too, ?nrJ-Uiis is wlial a hody needb when suffering with cough and colil ou the lungs. A coilgll or cold indicatcs poi?oni in thc Bystem. cuumiik inllaiiiniauoii arirj congcBtion, Neariy all ruugh syrups relicyc, but make thc trou ble worec by tlitir coiistipatiiig effects, Tbis prescription not only rclievca quickly, but it curcs any couch that is curablc, | Get oue-hali ounce tluid wild tlierry bar!:, ,cne ounce comppund eibciire cardiol and tliru; OUllces tyrup whitc pinc compound. IMix iu a bottle. Takc lor acutc COUgh or brbricliitifi twenty (Irops csxry half hour lor four hours/ Then one*half to one tcaBPOonluI thrcc or i'Mr times cjaity. tji\c chlldren less according. to anc A few ho<irs' treatment will cure aml hca! thc throat aiul lungs o( all but consunip tives. Cut this out aud give it to bonit rfriend who may irec-d it to bc s^ved fron ??ii early death b>: tonsuroption. ^ We're going to celebrate this month by doing a little axe play on fine Trousers. Fcbruary Trousers to go with that October Suit. These fine Trousers were cut and made by the pat cnted process known as the "Hungerford System/' They (it' more comforta bly and gracefully than any tailor-madc trousers you can buy at any price. A new pair for nothing if they don't! And the fabrics are well in keepihg with their suporior making. As "George" Would Say "Look What the Axe Has Done! " $12.00 Trousers selling at - $10.00 Trousers selling at - $9.00 Trousers selling at - $7.50 Trousers selling at - - - - $7.85 - - - $6.85 - - - $5.85 - - - $4.85 All sizes. We can short and the tall. Have in mind when you Trousers vou ever had. iit the stout, the slim, the call thc best pair of O. H. Berry & Co. IRCIil WHA-KS WLt BELL P1T (Continued From First Pagc.) :all was tho only negatlvc, thc rcsolu-, lot, belng adopted -0 to 1. l.ulnrjrc Two Cemctcrlrs. Mr. BlUcy offered an ordinance di ?ettlnjr the Clty Attorney to acqulre ..md lo cnlargo Oakwood Cometery. ,vl-,lch went to the Commltteo on Cem Merles, and one dlrectlng the Commit :co on Grounds and Bulldlngs to ne ;otiate for the. sale of the Clark'a Spring property to the Hollywood .'ometory Company, which went to thc .ommittee on Grounds and Bulldlngs, \ special messagb from the Mayor transmltted rcsoititlohs from the Cham? ber ot Commerco and Richmond l.du .atlon Associatlon urglng an appro? priatlon for flroprooflng and prcserv ntr tho -Iohn -.larshnll hou.se. a plan Highly Indorsed by thc Mayor, which went to the Committee on Flnance. Salary inorcascs t'acn became the order of the day. The Council, on re commendation of iho Flnance Com? mittee, authorlzed an increase ln tlio pay ot tlie Kccper of Marshall Reser volr $ir. a month, it beins. roprcsented that hla dutlcs hatl Increased; It cre? ated the posltlon of an additlonal op? erator In the Fire Alarm Department; Increased the salarlea o. tho Flrst and Second Asslstant Clty Fnglneers from 11,600 to S-.OOo each; flxes Ihe pay of machlnists at tlic lower Ciag Works at $:: n day an.l of plumberg ln tho Water Department at 53.50 a day. >o Money for Wjiler I'lmil. Aftor a stlff ti^'ht, tlio appropriatlon of $..000. recnniiiiendcd bv thc Com inittecs on Water und Finance for nleanlng out tlio water mains. was rc jccterl by a vote of .0 to 9, uotwilli Btandlng the statement. of Mr. MIUh that th? accumulated filth ln tlie dead niiils of water mains might at any time muddy tho water ln an entlre section of the clty, and that some of Uie elder mains are onerusted so as Lo reduec- their capaclty one-half. Two additlonal inaDeotors wero au 'hori'.o.I iu the <la- L>epartment. over Ihe objectlon oi Mr. l.ynch. who in sisted tli.it if the "gas house crowd" would liustlo around a little it eould read all the motors. An additlonal slork was-authorlzed in tlie Clty Treas? urer'. ofllce. Chalrman Potlarfl, of tho Flnance Committee, teliing tho oppo-, -ition that they "must get it lnto tlieir l lieada that the city ls gfowlng." The Siate provldes three clerks, or rather Mr. Pace does, out of State fees. nnd Lhe clty provldes three. Mr. Lynch couldn't see why tho State clerks couldn't help thn clty force on busy days-when there was a rush to pay gas bills. For Polltlcal Blteet. Then camo a measure Increasing- tlie pay of-tho Clty Blectrtclan from $100 to $700. As tlie same ofilcial also draws a salary of $1,800 from tho Fire Itoard as Superlntend ent of Kiro Alarni, tlio increase was from $2,200 to $2,500, Tiie oppositlon, headed by Mr. Lyncll, was again to the front. "I am oppoacil tu tlila salaiy (.rabbiim just b.foro a Council primary." ass.rto.l thc Jefforaon Waril m.iuuer, who went on to in THE WEATHER v. Foreenat: Vlrglnla?-Falr. wanncr Tucttdtty; We-ncsdn.- unsettlodi light tu moderate south nnd Moutlt.vc.t vtliida. A'ortb Curollna?Iticreiudng cloudl ni'__ mid Harini'c Tiie-ilnyi Wcducnduy ullN.-tlcd, Hiilll to oi.i.lr rato .-.ouili wlnd*. COXDITIONS YKSTEllUAV. S A. AC temperaturc. llumldlty. ir. Wind. dlreotlon .Nortl Wlnd, vcloclty . Weather. .Cleai llnlnfall .0 i_ noon toniperature . -' ii P. M. ternperauire. ;; Maxlmum teniporature up to r. P. M. - Miniriuiiu tomporature up to u r. M. 1 Mean temp.erature . - Normal tempcraturc . ">' I. efleien.-y lu terrineraturo to.day. l Uericlencv in teiiiperaturo slnce March 1 . <9' Accuiu. exc.ess ln tompcraturo slnce January. n Ijeik-ieiicy in rnlnfull slnce March Accum. deiiolency in l-uinl'all slnce January 1 .21 CONDITIONS IX IMPOIiTANT tlTIl.S (At 8 P. M., Kastern Standard Tlm.-.l Place. Thov. II. T. Weather ?Tuplter . Ull K.-y West . 01 Augusta . 4G Charlotte. I<> ABliovllle . US JackKoriviiio .... r.2 Savannah . 4u ltaklgh . 36 Wilininglou .... ?_. ClmrloBton . 4'.; Tainpa . II. Mobile . 04. Atlanta . .2 New Orleans ... r,_ Norfolk .2S Qalveston . B. MIMATUHB .-l.-UANA.'. ?F.briiary S, 1910, Sun vises..,. 7;0'. ItlOtl TIDK. Sun sets.i 6:40 Morning.... 3'.3 Moon iIbci,. ,.,ti:'JV JiYeuliib'.. ..i.-3:5. slst tliat lt was belng done solely for poll- I tlcal ef.'cct. Chalrniuii Ppllard, of the Fl- | nanrc Commlttee, c.tplalncd that that com? mltteo liad decided last year to ralsc no ralarlcs for a year. Tha poldge hnd boen fc6pt, but now before jssulnn thc annual budget lmiiiorloiis Increaios, proposed many months ago, had been tal.cn up und actcd un. Tho mcasurc was flnally adopted. Thc Flnanco Commlttee returned nll papcrs referred lo it looklng to smooth pavlng, rocommendlng that they po lirst lo thc Street Cominlttc, and alro that paper trnklng nn IncrcnBc ln tho pollce forco,ofj twonty-flvo men. rocommondlng thnt lt: ' lirst bo consldered liy tho Commlttee, on Lmllnanee. Ctiartor nnd Keform. The Water Commltteo aml thc Committee on Hcll'.f of thc Foor each recommendod certaln salary lnereas?s in thelr dcp.trl ments, and all woro roforred lo tho Com mlttoo on Ordinance, Charter and F.eforrri. On rccommendutlon of tho Commltteo on Foor 5K3 was appropriatcd as an emcr* gency mcasurc, under susponslon of tho rules. to buy fuel for the poor of tho cltj-. Ii wns representcd that on account of tho eevcrlty ol tlic wlnter thero was umisual suffciing. Xun.cs at city Jail. Tbo Ordinance, Charter ?nd Refonn Com? mltteo rccommehdnd paying Cio a day to the subatltuto or assoclate who sits iu thc a'bscnco nf the Clvll Justlcc, whlch wont to th<. Flnancc Commlttee, .\ recommendatlon foi thc cmployment ef a stoward and hos pltol nurso at tha City JjII was tabled, and tha City Attorney Instructed to find out whether the Stato would aitumo Its shaio of the burden of malntcnancc ot the hos pltal, sinco moro than tv.o-thirus of tho in ir.atos nr<- Siate prisoncrr. An ordlnunco reu,ulrlng brakes on waguns haullng more thnn 1,000 pounds was amend? ed by Mr. Garbcr to read I.0GC pounds, und adopted a* amended. A compunlon ordl r.aflcc rjqulrlng widc tlres on nll wagons haullng moro rhan .'.CCO pounds, to talco effect -May 1, 1911, when a slrnilar law bo ronieH effectlve ln llfnrlco county, was adopted. For a four-horse wagon ihe tlres inust b.i four inches; two horses, tlireo Inches; ono horse, two Inches; carts, throo Inches. A resolution rcgardlng barrlcrs a round tbo Uoclt was refprrud to tho Pollcq Department for onforcoment, it belng thu oplnlon ot llio City Attorn. > that ihcio i\a? suftlcient law otl Iho subject. Mnrc Salarles ltalscd. From ">e Board of Aldormen came n\cr a further llst of salary Incrcasos ior con currence. Tho pay of tlic Inspoctor ot Mllk ond Food .Supplies was raised from 57S1.' io $WQ a yoai ; cniploymcnt of an additional laborcr waa authorlzed at Tnylors Hill Park, and the pay or tho clerk to tli**. I Building Inspoctor was increascd from $M0 Severai membors had lel't by that tlmo aud leru waa d bar.' worjting (juorum. An .,!,:.?,,:, mcreaslng tho pay of the Chicf ll...!, Offleei from $2,W0 to .&3.CO0 camo un .? urrrnce. Two or th''ee negutivo votes showed lhat It could not pass, and 'Dr rtcade, Mr. Ilichaiilson and Mr. Tucker eacli votcd ln ihe negatlve. with tho intei. llon of movlng to reconsldor. Dr. Keada v.ns i-ecognlzed nud the ordinance wus ru considcrod and tabled. Thoa'i**votliig on tho origlnal n.n-call were. Measrs. liatklns. J. Powers, J. T. Fowers, llatcllffo, Solph rl Wlltshlre. Tho olTleial voto was, ayoe, 1C; n.j.-ir. 9, Seclng that tho opposltion was oo strong for salary lncrcasoa, a moasurc :q increase the pay ot tho Aa-lstimt Super Ir.tcndunt of tho Firo Anlarm Department; and severai others of tlie samo nature, wero tabled wlthout belng read, and tiio Couue.l adjourncd ln some confuslon just beforo mldniglit. YEGGMEN AflE CAPTURED Und iu Thelr Fossesslon Full Ivlt of Tools lor Crnckiue Sut'cs. Araerlcus. Ga., February 7.?Offtcersj hcro thls afternoon capturod and jalleu thrcc whlto men bollevqd to be pro fcsslonal safe-breakors and tlie samo who successfully dynamlted the large safo of Lco Chllders, near I.oesburg, last nlght. Tho safe in the Chllders store was blown to frngmorits and tlie bulldins damaged by concussion. Only a .small amount of money was socured. Tho threo men capturcd bud in their possesston a kit ot' toois eonststing or drlllsi ehlsols, nltro-glyeerino and wax. They stoutly refused to Ulvulge theit names, NURSES ARE HEROINES They Save I'alleiils nnd rijtlil I'lauira Till Uclp Arrlve*. Suvaiinah, Ga., Fobriiury 7.?Br.ivery of the nurses ln I'ark View Hauuto liuni, a prlvato hospltal her?, prob? ably proveritcd n very destructlvo lire to-day. Elghteen pationts woro car? rled from tho burning wlng of tho hos? pltal, tho nurses savlng some of thc sick after iightiug thelr way through thlck suiolto ln idoso ijroxlmlty tc- tht ihuiips. AVith thu prlvate llro (Ightlne appiti'atus.?.. bofora tho arrlval of th? firemen, tho nurses fouglit, beatlng back tho llanies untll help came, KINGGUSTAy'uNIJER KNIFE I'bysiclniiN Dcolnrc Qperntlou for Ap poilillclltN || NUCl'.CMN, Stockholni, February 7.?ICInp Uut tav was operatcd on to-nlght for ap IHiulicltis. Tliu offlclttl reportB Blvci out state that tho operation wus i auccosa, The King had beon suffering (ror contlnuul internal palna sinco earl Sunday evenlng. It was not untll th! ovcnlng that the physlclans alagnose hls caso aa ono of uppendlcltls, requlr Ing un Immedlate operation. Tho physlclans lirst dlasuoscd th ICIns's disease as catarrh of the Stoin ach, und tho matter wus tukon wli such llttle Berlousneaa tiio-t oevei'e meinbera oi tho royal famlly attendo a cuncert thls evenlng. At 10 o cloe ihey wero ull summoned to return t tho palace, whoro thoy were apprlfo of tho pliyHlelan'a.lnWivtlonto onciut 1oniajJs,Jdj*ioatv? v AUTOMOBILE TAX Byrd Thinks Amount Should Be Reasonable, Because of Bad Roads. Half ? hundred ??V\\'?W< oT&t Utttorfl gatherc.i iu '"'? l;,.llt ''.... . iiou.o of Delegntes m?t nlftht M.ar,ffti aUtorno.lle taxatlon '\. <?7' ?'" n""" Flnunee Committee. '.ood rondi wore dls.-usscd us much ns was taXftt|on, nnd evcivl.odv secmod to r. cognl/.e that .ur.s'and better hlghways go hahd ln hand. , .?, Two bllh. were considered. Thc one offered hy .Alr. Clemo.it would levy <i tax of 50 eents per horsepowur por year, Ihe money tn Hlghway Commlsslon. ton would make coc! rate of $ir>, of Whlcl to tho State road f" tho county ln whlcl owned, or, ln . I to the Stnte Alr. Throckmor aiito pay a llat $.'..0 would go ,! aud $12.r.. to .. tho machlno ls ie of a clty, would go lo the county In whlch the clty ls gco graphlcnlly sltunted, Speaker Byrd dellvered n few ap* propriate remarks. He snld ho was the unhappy riuthor of tlio Vlrglnla auto? mobile law of 1906. One result of thla law, he dcclared, hnd heen to protect thc Vnlley of Vlrlgnla from the Inctir sions of outslders. Uo rather thought thcrc was no objectlon to Increasing thc speed llmlt on good roads to twenty mlles per hour. Should _.<>. He Henvy Tn.T. On the question of taxatlon, he sald automoblles como under tho head of luxurlcs; whlch nre more properly tax? able than are neeessarlea. But thc tax ought not to b;- heavy, Dccauso tho pleasure of auto .iriving is in goo.i roads; and wc don't give the drivers good roads ln Vlrglnla. lt Is unwlse, lie thought; to tax by the hor.epowci. for horscpowcr Is va rlablo, and When lt came to taxlng he w;.vs afrald the horscpowcr would not dovclop to any great cxtent. Hc be? lieved $5 woul.l bc a falr tax up to twenty-horsepowcr, und $10 for more than that flgure. He complfrrient-d Mr. Throckmorton for so urrnnging hls bill thnt nenrly all thc tax would go to Henrlco county, and sald that tho entlre tax should go to thc Stato Hlgh? way Commlsslon, whlch, hc said, ls uu expenslVo chlld whicli the State must ralse. Tn.liiR- Wagon*. Narroiv tlres, he thought, injured roads pcrhaps ns much u,i automoblles, nnd thcrefore lt might be Just to tax narrow tired wagons. But ho sald he wouldn't do it. It ?would bo worso than AJnx defylng the ligh'tnlng, for while the Ilghtnlug di.In't striko AJax, it would surely strlke tho man who voted for a tax on wagons. Thc strol.e would even, hc sald, unseat the chalrman Of tho Fl? nance Committee. not to mentlori tho Speaker of the House. But he was perfectly wllllng to allow Boards ot Supcrvlsors to levy such a tax. A few yeara ago, he sald, much en thuslasm was devcloped on good roads. But lalk of permancr.t roads ls folly. Slnce the Romans bullt their roads out of the solid rock, tho world has hever soen a permancnt road. vir erlnitt ls, he said, bulldlng expenslvi toads und maklng no provlslon for kceplng them up. In a Tew years thls wiil result In dlscouragcmcnt, and then a lot of people wiil suj', "L told yot Gray Wllliams, of Winchester, ar gucd that autos are becomlng necessi tlea and that. a $. tax was ample. Iteprsseiitatlvcs of Tldewater Auto mobile Associatlon, of Norfolk, pro duced lists of Slates whero but sniull taxes were levlcd. Tax Ueiiler.. nnd < linu.Tcu.s. Alr. Millor, of .Suffolk. suggestcd thc Cbnnectlcut plan. Thls ls a tax of 5".0 on doalcr.-, $12 on manufacturers whose product is sold in tho State, ?;) on owners up to twenty horscpowcr, ??"> from twenty to thlrty and ?10 abovo thlrty power. Hc also thought a tax might bc levied on chnuffour... l_ewls C. Wllliams, of P.lchmond, sald tho Virginia roads damage tlie auto? moblles far more than thc automoblles damage the roads. He sald most auto moblllsls were not milllonaires, and was afraid they would never be as long us they had to pay for repalrs for damages done by the roads. Another speaker sald that one saw mlll, turnlng out logs hauled ln nar row-tircd wagons, would do more dam abo ii. a road ln one month than all tlie automoblles ln the Stato in a year. All ihe automoplllsta thought it would be bad policy to tax machines owned hy parties outsldo of tho State. These visitors, ii was argucd, bring in a great deal of money. Tho commltteo took tho matter un? der advlsemont. LYNCH APPEAOS ?STYOUTOS Eightcen Are Fined for Disor derly Conduct, and Two Appeal. Promlncti est dockct had befuri; olghtcen day .lllet, wlth '- yesterday in th. larg Justlce Crutchfield has him in months were ill white youngster... who trrested on Chureh Hlll Sun i a charge or uisorderiy con ind all wero fliicd .$2.50 each, :osts attaclie'di . V.nin i_tick, ;. nor, Vullla lo?Counclin whoso prop havo trospa Mr. Lynch c Strc-c-ts luui ropeatodly been dlsllgurod and mutliated by unwarranted depre liressed the caso vigor of tho boys?Gnrland n Alelton. Edward i.eck yor ini.I .Hillcn Mauie i .Iohn .1. Lynell, on y they woro ullcgod to personally . ,._..,_. appeared. .mplaiucd blttcrly that hls Twentleth nnd l.eigh datloi ously. Tho sc Wllliams .1. AI. \\ Tylor Curtl nil he d ivang, comprislng Wesley ? K. niekors, Robert Curtls, b, l.ynwood Owen, Hunter one Curtls; Charles Ilay, John Idward Ilay, WHtto Lucas and Wllllo K'u-Hons, all of whom wero 1 wlth disordei'Iy conduct |n thc also llned *2.r.O - aplei s". ".o. aiso uneu ??.?" uin..., Charlos ami lidward Hay appeaicd from the declalnn, and wero bailod In thc sum ot .$300 each, Both gangs wore ar restcd h.- j-ollcemon Atklnson and Chatterson. Bttinst Julla Johnson. col io ai-fosted Sunday by De antu Wlley anc! Bailey of selling liquor wlthout a continued to Fobruary lo, agalnst Virginia Johnson, iho .umo onioei'H on a ?allng soap and Unen from d Hotel. ?j.-, colored. cluugod wltn '.A-x.vrivi- uriOMO Qulnlno T?M?ts. ?!? "tvind monoy jf lt fal'f "? *H?.' . SL IV rockless dilvlitg on Ihe stroet, w.is llned $10, nnd Wuodcy llntchei-, charged with belng dlsorderly on rt streot enr, was ulso llned $10, The easo ngnliist nfllofl Wilson, ool ortcl, charged wllh breaking Into thn store of .losoph Mlldfl and steallng clOthlhg llierefrom, wus coiitlnuod to Kobruii ry 10. Tho caso ngnlnst Annle Nelson, whitc, charged with I'tiiuiliitr an obloctlonablc resort at. n:i North Niliolcenth Struot, wns contlntiod to I''ehruary 8. Tho caso agalnst Bnm Donul.lson, colored, arrested by Dotortlvp-Scr gennts Wrori nnd Wlltshire on suspl clon of havlng stolon threo ovorcouts, wns eontinued to Februarv 1(1. CHARTERS ISSUED The following chartera werc Insu'.I >.-? toiduy by iho Htato Corporatlon Commis* alon: t.lhby Ulll club (tne), Rlehmond. 13. II. Melinley. picsldont; .1. V. Wr. nn, vlcb'pros* J ldent; O, XV. ,'lmltheis, sort. t.uy nnd tmia utor?nll of ftichmond. Capital: Mnxlmum, SI.OCO; mlnlmtim. $500, ObJ.cia: Promotlon of aoclnl liitercourae among Ua members. Bonnelt'a North Cnrollnn J.lne, Noifullc. Va. i;. io, Bennoti. presldont; .lohn W. Bon* nctt, vlco-prcsldcnt; it. XV, Ucnnett, secro* tnry and treosuror?all of Norfolk. Capital; Mnxlmum, ?l,000; iiilnhirum, f5C0. Objccls: Hteninboat llne. Flat cror/k Minlng Company (Ine.). Bylnjt* ton. Vii. i'. T. Saundera, preildont; M. O. Saunders, vlce-preel.h nt; Fbinlng J-'iiiind era, secretary aml trensurer?all of Bvlng* lon, Va. capital: Mnxlmum, fJU'.u'XJ; inlni miim. ?l,t-00. Ohjocts: Mlnln; buslness. Thu Hxmoro Novelty Company (lnc), F;; motv, v'a. William B. .loa-s, presldent; BI* mer 8 Cole, vlce-presldent; Allco A. .Iom?, t secretary ond trcasurer?all ?r rjape Cnarols, Vn. Capital: Maxlmum'. t5.0COi nilidmum. i ' S;'.',0. Objecti: Novelty buainess. Mevers llrns. .lnc. N-wp.-rl News, \?. J). A. Meycrs, presldent; Manns Meyars. ] i vlce-presldent; A. B. Moyers, Hocretarynna traasurer?nll of Newport News. \ a. i.apl ini- Maxlmum 850.000; mlulmuin, ^^..ij'.t). OI.1e.ds; r>.pnitm.nl storos. Tho Princo Edward Clgar Company ine.), Farmville, Va. 8. W. Watklns, presldent! j. o. Watklns. vlco-pre?ldonl; I.. E. Uub* ard secretary and trcusurrr?all of Farm* ville Va. Capital: Mnxlmum, $l<\0/.o: mitil murh. $1,000. Objects: Clgar manufaclurlng business. S DESTOuEITH Dcspondent Woman Wadcs Into River and Pcrmits Falls to Claim Her. isrtagara falls, X. V.. february 7.?-V woman, thought to be Mlss Beatrlco H. Snyder, of Buffalo, cornmittcd suicide j to-dny by wadlng Into the river Jun I abovu Frospcct Polnt and KOlng over | thc American falls. As her body SWCPt , over tho brlnk of the ca tar act slie ] ^ turned her face toward her would-be!? rosciieis and smiled n farcv.'cll to i them. I J Wlthout a moment's hesltatlon Mlss Snyder waded Into th stream. Sho ' turned onco and smllcd toward tho * men who wcre cnlling to nor to itop, and contlnucd to movo rapldly mto deep water. In an Instant .--hc was whlskcd from her feet an.l carrled rapldly toward tho brlnk of thc falls. On tho bank was found a liandbag an.l in it thla note: "iluma nnd 1'apa: Oh, you both for glve me for bringfng thls awful din graco upon you in theso years of your llfe. Also may our Heavcnly Fathtr forgive all my sins. Vou have been very good, thank God. "Vou wlll Hnd a Hllp for the money under your dressor scarf. With my heart full of lovo for all your hlnd ncsti and tender love, good-by. "Lovlngly, "HKAT1UCE." Thero waa a card In tho purse hear? ing th? natno Beatrlco R. Snyder. With tho lower river Jammed with 'ico and tiio jam lncreaslng hourly, there is little hope tha*. the body will over wlll be recoverod. Dejcctcd Over Fiauee's Death. Buffalo, N. Y.. February 7.?Mlss Snyder was chlef cleru in a Buffalo tea stcre. Sho had boen dejcctcd since tlie death ot h^r flanco, iJeorgo lf. Moyers. They wero to havo boen mar? rled in a few months. S!,o worked this mornlng. FLASHES Hi IN EtES OF GOURT (Continued From Flrst I'age.) had not recolved a reriuest from Miss Heslor to return her pteture. Dr. Cowles rcplleil that ho had, but that lt wus none of his (Itobnett's) buslness whether he returned It or not. Ile de nied. thut He used violsnt lnuguage to Dr. Cowles, but admitted that lio dld use tho epithet Dr. Cowles liad men; lioned. Thls was after Dr. Cowles had called hlm a "cur." He dld not threut en Dr. Cowles, and at tho dance he promised Miss Hesler that he would not say anythlng to Dr. Cowles. This closod the evidencc C0RRUPTI0N RAMPANT Court Deolarcs Cltizens Should Ilaua I tleuds in Sbumc. Charleston. W. Va., February 7.? "Never in tho history of this court has there been revealed so much evi? dencc of perjury. bribery and corrup? tlon unblushingly carrled out as ap poars from the deposltlon.s in this case, sufllciently so to causo any self-esteom cd citizen to liahg liis head in sharhe." Thls was the dodaration of Judge Burdctt, in the Cir.cuit Court here to day, in dismlsslng an injunctlon sult broRlit to prevont C. D. Topplng frorn votins' as a member of tho City Coun? cll. Toppinff was elected as a "wet" to succeed .lohn W. Cook. "dry." Tho "drys" attribute hls sticccss at t lio pools, at least partly, duo to a lele srnm purporting to he from Cook, and announelng the latter's resignailon from the eoniost, Dator, Cook dononneod tho wiro mos sagro as a "fako." Dittcrness was ndded to llio cauoo by tho fact thal tho Councll ls almost nvonly dlvlded betwoop tho "wots" anrl "drj's." When the injunctlon guit was brought, tho lawyers for Topplng flled a (lemurror to the petitlon, and lt was in uuholdlnp tliis domurror that Judgo Burdctt mado hls crltlclsm. NEWYORK'SCOLDESTDAY Great SiHierlug Aiitoug roor aud MvntliN froiu Freesilug iu Suburbs. Now York, February 7,?Tho coldest of tho your in Now York camo und went between sunrlso and nunsot: At daybreak the thermometor registercd - above vsero, wit ha searching wlnd from the northwest, but at 10 o'clock in the forenoon the morcury bogan to mount and wlnd to moderate, and at S o'clork to-night th* tempera? ture was IS above, and at 10 o'clock 20 above, and still rlslliff. Tho wlnd nicanwlillo had sunk from forty miles an hour to twelve, und had shlftcd 'into tho southwost, There Wftu Ki-ent suffering among tho poor, lu tiio worst pincli of tho cold, and many euses of frost blte and ex hiiustlou wero reported to the hospl tula ,while from siirroundlng suburbs ounin woid oi feveral tloaths from Jretizlns, BHUTALLY KILLED, vVoman's Body ia iFound ,in Apartments Vacated by Janitor. Nfew Vork, Fobruary ".?Wodged ln i narrow trcnch bencath tho concrctc ind boards of a basement lloor In as. intown apartment wus found to-do.y he body of un unldentllled woman ,vho hnd iirst been hackcd ln the head vlth some sharp instruinent like nn ce plck and then strantflcd lo death. riir. pollce bclievc sho wus tho wife if a Scandlnavlan Janitor, known vn ?lously as Pctcrsen and Tamsen, or riioiupson. Thp basemeht room was locked and >aro of furnlture, but on tho walls icur where tho (loorlng had been rlp led up and tho trcnch dug were bloody ingcr prints. Tho owncr of tho apartment house :i_6ws llttlo ?C the former janitor, wim ?acutod tho apartment last Friday, Und Ivcd quletly ln hls subterranoun (Uartora untll ho gave notlce that he vonld move. An ovll odor hud tlrst ndlcatcd to the tcnants that snme hing wns wrong, aml, on their com dalnt, tho lundlord ..iimmoned tho pp Ice. Tho odor grew worsc when the;, irolce lnto tho locked room that had iton thc Janltor'.s parlor, and when hey rlpped opened a louse plank a voman's i.arc knee came Into view. Tho murdorer, hampored ln lil.i work v ..team pipes, had,Jummed tho body orclbly into the trcnch over a hot dpe and then held it ln plucc by null ng down ihe planks. An expressmun who hud moved Pe ersen to an address farthor up town, vhere he was known as Tamsen, waS ound. Tho pollco traccd hlm, but lu lla stcod was found only a glrl of ilnctecn, who spokc no Bngllsh, and io. thus far refused to answer tho tuo-tion.s of un lntcrprcter. But the luggago was rctcrsenV. and n tho kltchen of hls now nuartcrs voro found a bloody hatchct and ln >no of hls trunks the marrlage certl Icato of Auguit peterscn and Augusta Jophla Arkmnn, datcd Jeraey Clty, Tlie namoleas. sllent glrl and a ?nan lalled I'lerro L.oesel, who wa.s arrested is he entered the flat where she lived, iave boen dotelned. petersen ls still U large. OBITUARY linicriil of Mr. Stlrlldg. The funeral of Thomas Sllrling, who lied at the residence of hls daughter. ,Ira. Ellzabeth P. T. Lacy. B08 North .wenty-llfth street. on Sunday. was ?...?? haa i.- en paator of thc Methodlat rhurch ln thla clty. dled Saturday ilght ? <' Ni w Hope Sanatorlum", ln ... ? .111 illnesF of !.c\cral nonth Ai:- Dolly waa rorty-elsht ?cars old and had been in the mln.atry wcTIty-acvch yeara. He la .-urvlved by iis wife nnd two sons, XV. L. Dolly, Ir.. and Stephen Dolly. the former a tudont al John Hopklns Unlverslty, ln laltimbre, and thc latter at Randolpll Macou College, at Ashland. Mr. Dolly .vas a gntduato of P.andolph-Mucon College an.i was a succcssful rolnlstar, lavlng served a number or prominont harges. The body was brought li'^rc o-day and the funeral was held from ;h0 Methodlat Chureh at . o'clock, ser ., . :? belng conduct -.1 by Itov. t". .1. Ti ttyman, prcsiding elder or thls dls rlct, asslstcd by Rev. John A. Ander-j ion.' of Warhlngton. Intcrnunt was viadc in thc city ocmctery. John H. t'orr. I Speclal to Thr Tlmes-DIspatch. I Norfolk Vu.. February 7.?The death )f John li. Core, ono of tho best-known ?iti_cns of Norfolk. and rcputed to io wcalthy, waa announced thls mom n->- from tfle famlly residence 312 Bute Street. Hc was 111 but a few loya from cardiac. asthma. Ho was ln ils seventy-second year. Hc was a lative of Knstern Shore, Va., but had iccn a resldent of this clty for llfty >-ears. He was a Confederate veteran, iind for a number of years was a prom nent wholesale grocery man. Tho fu? neral is announced for Wednesday al noon from Epworth Alethodist Epis copai Chureh, of whlch hc was a de vout member, and, lt ls said, haa ic membered the cliurch ln hls wlll wlth a gift of $2.->,000, sulllclent to pay oir the Indebtcdness. Mrs. Ileltle Thompson. ISpeclal to Tho Times-Dispatch.I South Boston, Va.. February 7.?Mrs. Cettio Thompson, widow of Dr. A. J. Thompson, died at the home or her sls ter, Mrs. A. M. Bendull, at this place, thls morning, after a llngerlng llln-ss. She was ln the ilfty-fourth year or her age. She ls survlved by one daugh? ter, Miss Bouise, ot thls place, and ono son, Warren Thompson, who is attend? ing school ln California; also by four aiaters?Mra. Davld F. St. Clalr, of New York Clty: Mrs. R. A. Penick, Mrs. W. E. Ow.n and Mrs. A. M. Ben dall, of South Boston?and three bro ihers?Thomas Easloy, Colonel Ilenry Easley and ,1. XV. Easley, of thls place, I.'uncral of Mrs. XVi J. Smith. [Special to The Times-Dlspatch. 1 Gordonsville. Va., February 7.?The body of Mrs. W. J. Sniltli, who dled at her homo in St. Louis. AIo., was brought here Sunday and Interred in Maple wood Cemetery yesterday morning at 10 o'clock. Rev. T. XV. Ogdon con ducted the burial service. Mrs. Smith was a former resldent of Gordonsvlllo, and was thc widow of W. J. Smith and an aunt of J. B. Pnrrott.' Wllllam X. Warr.ii. iSpocial to Tho Tlmes-DIspatch..! South Boston, Va., Fobruary 7.? Wllllam N. Warren, aged sixty-two years, dled early Sunday morning'of pnoumonia, and was burlod this at FEBRUAR.Y8, 1910, NOTICE.-~A complete set consiata of 30 cou pons of consecutive datea, only one coupon ot each date will be accepted in each set. You can begin saving on any date. just so they are of consecutive dates from the day you start. COPY?ICKT.A.B*E.C?. STYLISH JEWELRY. If you buy Jewelry you want something substantial, pretty and stylish. That is what you will find in our stock. If you buy your Jewelry from us you take no risk, as it is guaranteed. J. S. JAMES .Tcwelcr and Optician, Seventh and Main Sts. Accounts opened with rcliable persons. ternoon ut tho old Crnwloy hoinestead, near South liuuton. Hc waa n nativn or Hallfax and un ex-Cdif?ecerato soi dler. Ifo Is survlved by one brother nnd one sister, who resid.. lu Keu tucky; one daughter, Miss fsunlco "War? ren, and two young sons, of thls placo, one of tho sons being critlcnlly 111 v.ith pn.-timonla. and hla widow, who ls tho daughter of the lato William Yates, a Mcxleun War and Confederate vet crfln. MU? Mnrlon t'ntictr. [Speclal to The Tiiiioh-Dlnpatch.l F.tna MIUs, Va.. February 7.?The re. malns of MIsr M.irion Cutlctl, Who Waa found dead ln bed at her homo Sat? urday, wero l.nrl. .1 In the famlly burv inc; ground Sunday at. ;;;:;o o'clock. Rev. .Mr. Prlbble, her pastor. of .Meth? odlst Church, conducAed tho servlces, MIbh Catlett was flfty-rour yeara of age Sho leaves nd near relatlves. f.eorso Aevtmnu Abbott. (Special to Thc Timet?-Dlspatch.'J Lynchburg, Va., Febrtfary "??Gccrg-i Nowman Abbott, a telCKraph operator, who llvcd ut 500 Gordon Street, dK.d thls mornlng at I o'clocK. after nn Ulnoss of pneumonla. Hls remalns werc fihlppcd thls afternoon to Concord for burlal. He wa:; ihlrty-ilve ycar:i of age. Mrn. SInnilc Smlth llrooks. [Speclal toThe Times-Dispatch.] Staunton, Va.. February 7.?Mrs, MamlO Smlth Prooks, ascd about thlr* ty-flvo*years. dled hcro to-day after a llngorlng lllness of tubcrculosis, leov Ing her husband. W. A. Brooks. form? erly of thls city, but now a rcsldtnt ot AVashinston. 3Ir?, Ltlla V. McKmiiii. [Speclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch. 1 Lynchburg, Va., February 7.?ura. Lula P. McKenna, wlfo of .1. MciCeona, dled early Sunday mornlng at her home. had b nia. lui: ?ii ill Knl; whcre sho uf pnettwo ( luirlc*. lal 10 Tht md '. '-. u:" ihii years. Hls widow dren aurvlvo iilm. Iie.-nl. of n Child. [Special tbTh?Ttmes?Dl?'pa(dli I Gordonsvlllc, va., February 7.?.Mary, tho two-ycar-old daughter of E. G? Taylor. dled Saturday and v.-.i.t burlcd In .Maplcwood Cemetery Sunda'y af? ternoon at\3:30 o'clock. Hov. ir. li. Hudson cohducted the burlal Bcryice. lt. AdolpbuN Marshall; [Speclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch 1 Suffolk, Va.. February 7?it. Adol phus ilartihail, local manager "t tho Standard Oil Company; died to-day, aged flfty-seven years. a widow. n daughter and two sons survlvc hlm. Mr*. Allce Gatewoorf. [Special to Thc TIme?-Dlspatch.7 Frederlcksburg, Va.) February 7.?* Mrs. Allce Cutowotl. wlfo of Robert Gatcwood, of Esscx county, clod at her home. Sho ls survlved by her husband. Kunrrul ni .J. 31. llnrt. Haropden-Sldney. Va.. February.- i.? The funeral of tho late J. M. Hart tOOk pluco at :: o'clock tliis afternoon, and ihe Interment wus mado in the ccnietorv of Ihe college crrurcll. t'pon hearing of Mr? Hart s doatb. tha students of Flampden-Sldney College held a mass meetlnic and adopt.-.l ap? proprlatc resolutlons. and ordered a. lloral tribute. as well as dectdlng to atlond tlie funeral ln a body. .john X. Wortlilsigton. [Speclal toTlieTimes-DlKpatcli.1 Bueiia Vlstu. Va., February ,.?lohn rt Worthlngton died at i::20 o'cloclc last night from tho effects of a atroko of paralysis received last Monday. Ii? wa_ sovcnty years of age, und a na? tlve of' Pennsylvanla. He is survlved by his wife. Tho funeral service wlll be conducted Tuosday by r?r. W. ir Harper. of the Methodlst Church. DEATHS POWELI.?Dled. February burg, Va.. HUGH jLBE at 1-ccr l,u . . va.. UL-lJlX .J-U^l-. POWT.bl Ho leaves a wlfe nnd threo chlldren. Francis S., Loulso M. und Lucy i-.ee New City Directory The general canvass ror 1010 nich mond City Directory is now completeOv Correctlons, removals, etc, can uo made durlng the next few days. Pleasc. notlfv the offlce in personi or by lctter before lt is too lato. ContempUtotl chaiiKes wlll bo received in conrldence. HIM. TIIHECTOItV COJIPAM', S-!I Mntnnl Building. Phillips Line Stcamers Aurora and Pokanbkbtj havlng resumed tlmlr trlps between Richmond. Petersburg, Norfolk and Newport New? and James Rlyor land? ings, nro now prepared to haiullo shlpments as horotot'ore.