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DA OUT y BILL (Continued From Flrst Fage.) eagc, ?o thftt II might be nnswcrnd, but Mr. Throckmorton sald ha rcsorvcd tho right to close thc argument. Bellwood itevlvoi Old Cbar_tc#. As a pnitlul pre.entntlon of lit* side. liowever, he Introduced to the committee Mr. Bellwood, who told of hls personnl e.ipcrlenccs wlth the In? spectors of the Richmond Health De? partment, wlth nll manner of sugge* tlons that he hnd been unfalrly trcated mid that tho local Inspcctlon wns not properly conductcd. He revivod old chnrges. once inveatigatcd by the Board of Health, as to dead enreasscs being _oun_ in tho stream in whlch the cattle rlrank. He sald he ivas not op? posed to Inspcctlon, but bltterly op? posed tlio sendlng of men In "brass but torta" to hls place. lf there was to bo an itispection. hc snid. hc would favor __n appeal from thc inspector to thc Ctate Dalry and Food Commlssloner. Mr. Throckmorton nsked who the in epector was who had condemned hls place, and was told that it was Mr. Curtls, against whom ho had onco llled charges, and agalnst whom Mr. Bellwood sald: "Everybody complains but ono man, and 1 asked him how be got along so well wlth tho Inspector, and hc told mo ho gavo hlm 'taffy.'" "lt i3 vcry easy to mako charges of Bucli a general character," snlj City Attorney pollard. of Richmond. "But tho Btatlstlcs don't beur them out. In ihe year l.OS thero wero 2-4 pernilto granted; 2_ revoked, 2 suspendol, aud uf the 24 revokod. 20 wcrc later rc .torcd. 1 don't conslder Mr. Dell wood's Rpocch anythlng more than a tlradc agalnst thu Board of Health, as ln thnt year but elght case:! wem re? ported to tho court, and the flnos for the whole year wero but .SC Does that look like the board was harsh or arbitrary, or that thcrc was any ln Justlco to tho dalrymen as a class? Chnrges Wcrc Dlsprovcrt. ?* .. to tho mllk Inspector, It i.s duo to hlm to say that these same clwrges Mr. Bellwood has secn ilt to revlvo were mado to the Board of Health?a commlsslon of flvo of tho mo3t intclll gent anti hlgh-mlndcd men in Rich? mond. who give tholr tlmo frcely to the' city's service. These men sat as a court, cxamined witnesflcs on oath and heard every -word Bellwood and two of the most nccompllshed law yera in Richmond?Wllllam L. Royall an.l II. M. Smith?both retain.d by lilm. had to say, and after a full ln vcsttgatlon of the matter refused to dlschargo Mr. Curtls. considering hln an honest, intelllgent nnd valuable employo of tho city. You are aske. hcre in order to reotify a supposed oi lmaglnary cvll to tako out of tht hands of that board. and of tlie cltj of Richmond, tho control ot the mlll supply of P.ichmond. "Does tho patron of tho bill mear to put a price on the Ht'o of an ln lant. Mr. Bellwood has talked abou loslng ?C0 a day when his mllk wa: ?tinfit to como into the clty. Somebod. has to decldo when the mllk ls pure Dr. George Bt-u Johnston, an ctnlncn physlclan, has told you that if thl: . bill passes he wtU not give hls tamll; the mllk of laxly lnspccted dairlcs, bu ?wlll keep his own cow. Last-mont soven cases of dlphthcrla in as man houses, having no coniv^ction wlt 'each other. and whero thc chlldrc went to separate school., were tract io tho drlvcr of ono mllk wagon. A thc cases came from hlm. 1 appe earncstly agalnst any intcrferon wlth local arrangemonts to protcct tl mllk and promptly to lnvd'stlgato sui condltlons. l'olltlcni ApiiulutiiicutN. "Aa to tho bill: What di>cs th latoet draft or revislon provlde? first say. that no person shall be etr ployed as a dalry Inspector without Hcenso from tha Stato Food and Dalr Coramis-doner, All of the Inspectors i tho Stato uro to pass mustor befor one man. Without maklng any cliarg against thc present Incumbont, Mt Saunders. can you Imaglno a more ex ccllent plan to build up polltlcal con trol of tho dalry business of tlio Stat than to havo ono man here ln Rlch mond coiitroL?io appolntment of In spectors lnvev$_ry. ,.l.y and county, t namo hls-'favorlt.a and satelites o whatovcr partfcular v.-lng of the parl to whicli ho might belong. When sue an appolntee becomes politicallv unfl by going over lo another wing'of th Party. or voting tho wrong way hl Hcenso |s rovoked. and away ho' goo It would make a splendld polltlcal m.i chine. but I can ..00 little othor ad vantage." Pbyslclaux Protcsl. . Dr. Manfred Call presented rosolu xiona adopted by the Richmond Acafl emy of Mediclne and Surgery on bc half of mo physicians and surgeon of the city, in which it was set fort that an efflcient local Board of Hcalt la essential. and that the most i,r portant work of th<j Rlclunonii boar ln rc-ccnt years lia8 been tho protc-c tlon and improvement ot' tho niil SUppIy. "The problcms are local and tl obstacles are local," said Dr. Call. "Tl educatlonal work is shown m tho ii tehso lnterest taken by al) factions i Hns bill. Without a ..Ingle dlssentlr voice thc physicians of Richmond coi sldor the health of tho pooplo seriou ly threatened by tlie Throckmort. bill. State Health Commlsslonor Wi liams, a past presldent of tnc Ric! mond associatlon, iy hot in favor > tho bill." ''.You don't know that under ti rul-... of thc fteallh Board thc do to.ra of thls city are not allowed ., swab tho throat.s of dyphtheria p ticntii?" asked Mr. Throckmorton. "No, I don't know lt," answered I Call. "I have swabbed them myso But I conFidcv it, an extc-llcnt plan havo a speclallst lu contageous dl vasc from thi Health Department see sucli patlents before they are t l.-;.sed." "Didn't Dr. Stratton swab his ot tliioat, und didn't the Health Depai Eacli ol the chief or? gans of the body is n link in thc Chain of Life. A chain it, no atrongcr than its vvcakcst link, the body no strongcr than its weakest orj-an. lf there is weakness of stomach, liver or lungx, there is a week link iu thc chain of life which inay snap at any time. Often this so-called "weakness" is caused hy lack of nutrition, thc result oi weakner.r. or disease of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition. Diseases aud iveaknebses of the stomach and its allied orgnns are cured by ihe uao of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Ditcovery. When the weak or diseased stomach is cured, diseases of other organs which seem remote from the stomach but which have their origin in a diseased condition of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition, aro cured also, The stronti man has a utronH titomaclt. Take tbe above recommended "Dlacov* cry" and you may //ai-o a etranQ atovw och and a utronQ body, Given AvrXY.?Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Advieer, new rcviricd Edition, is sent frti on receipt ofstamps to pny expenbc oi mtiiing only. Send 21 one-cent stamps for the book in paper covers, or 31 stamps for the eloth-Dound vol* uroe. Addre.3 Dr. R. V. Pieroo, Buffalo, N. Y. ntir tlm tho crh ttgt llic ni.l nt Ull wh inn chl li.-l N Rc Every overcoat in our store represents just so many dollars of satlslaction to each p u r chaser. This is an overcoat country six months of the yenr, conse quently wo have given this subject the most careful study Many of these garmentswere made specially for our trade. Others we selected from the best overcoat makers in the world?no careless selection, but a most poinstaUing. care? ful examinatlon, in order that each garment comes up to the standard appreciated by our customors. At the greatly reduced prices existing here now every man should provlde hlmself with a good coat. $23,813 buys from the $30 and $35 grades. $17.85 from the $25 and $2S grades. $12.85 for $20 O'coats. $...85 for $15 O'coats.' Suits same way. PF Pi If you have a 31 or a 46 Inch chest?you can be fitted hore ln a suit or o'coat just the same. If that October suit needs freshening up here are Feb? ruary trousers at big price reductions! Sale started yesterday. ment think it was the swab from the throat of a child with dphtherla?" "That is not true," answered Dr. I.cvy, with some emphasls, "That swab was examlned by mysclf, and wherever . I lt was taken lt contalncd dyphthcria I'buceilli. Vou know well how that matter termlnatod, and yet you rako up thoso charges disproved years ago tu dlscrcdlt thc Richmond Health Du ? partment." yl Mr. Murphy, of Gordonsville, ap . I peared as u further complalnant. wlth njan aecount c? hls experlence with Itt djspectors from tho Richmond B.nr'd "f ]l|Heitlth, whlch did not tend greatly to cnllghten the committee save as to tho porsonal views of tho speaker, l)r. Levy spcaka Dr. I.ovy spoko brlcfly ln reply t'? Mr. Murphy's appeal for some law that woiiid provldc an apeal from arbltrary decisions of the insector. Uo said ? hai any ono who dld not consider tho inspector falr it. every deia'l could uppeal at once to hlmeelf. and that In the caso of Mr. Bellwood he had ou oru> occaslon taken part of His vaca? tion to inspoct tho Bellwood place af? ter it had b.e.. oendemhed by Curtis. From tho Health Offlco, hc said, ftti-1 ther appeal might bo made by any I dairyman (o tho Board of Health, whlch wa_ always ready to hoar all | complalnts submltted in a proper way and with evldence to austaln them. j "The flvo men who composo tho : board," .aid Dr. Levy. "constituto a sufflcient court of appeals for local condltlons. Mr. Saunders. tho Stato ? Dalry Commlssloner, has admltted that hla chlef intercst is ln bulldlng: ip iho dalry business in tho State, not to I promote sanltary condltlons. Health. Commlssloner 'Wllliams lias not the machlnery to mako the Inspection., and favors a contlnuation in tho clties of present condltlons. Wc must havo local stanflarda, constructed by local authoritles, and wo already hava aniplo ! local -appeal." Miss Gullev. who reprcsentcd tho ln ?_ I stvuctlvo Vlsitlng Nurses' Associatlon, 11 brlelly presented tho protest of that organlzation against any change ln tho present clty lnspectlon and regulation of thc milk supply. 1^1 Nurses File Protcnt. I Sho sald that in tho work ot the o nurses umong poor people before tho o i present inspection was inaugurated '- thc nurses wero always fearful when " I they told a mother to givo her chlld s ' mllk. "Wc dld not' know whether she '? j could secure mllk that would nourlsh *'! tlio llttlo one or whether tho milk ftir '" j lilshed her by the dairyman would not. l* endanger the chlld's life. I have gono '" into houses whero children were SUffor '? ing 'md crylng, only to flnd that tho I mllk ln thc house liad soured and was J.0 I absolute poison to tho baby. , "Now all ot that haa changed. Wo I would unhe.ltatlnf.ly tell any mother to use tho milk furnlshed by prac.tl ._ cally any dairyman ln Richmond bc lf' causo. wo know that the safegunrds tn j thrown about thls mllk by tho Clty j Health Dopartmeht makes lt pure, aafe t_ i and nourlshlng. I havo heard dozeiis 0_ I of mothers say that Dr, Dcvy's work ln Improylrig tho uillk supply ot Rlch . ? mond hud taken a burden off tholr t-'hoarts and had given them an nssur ?o for thc health of thelr chlldren t thoy floVflt* leucw before. lf the blll would In uny wny lowor quality of our mllk It will lio n mo agalnst our city nnd n crluio llnsl thoso who nro ttntibln to help mselvos. Mllk ls tho most porlsh e or nll foods, and tho only mllk to use ls thnt mllk whlch Ia abno* ely ptiro and clean. Any meaniirc Ich wlll not glvo ii3 thls klnd of k musl bo hiirmftil nnd oruel to the ldrcn. For tlie riillilrcn ot Vlrsrlnln, I do not thlnk that thla blll Is a it between dnlryrhen and'hnalth of 1INISTERS AGAINST CHANGE IN DIVORCE LAWS prescntatives of All Dcnoniina tions Adopt Rcsolutions Op posing Risori Amcridtncnt. *ESENT LAW LAX ENOUGH ?cachers Give Up Prayer Meet? ing to Appcar Ecfore Lcg islative Committee. Though severai suggestions wcre ndc as to changes which mlght inltl ito the effect of tho itlson amend cnt to thc divorce law, reprcsenta to ministers from nll dehomltiattons a meeting held at tho Young Men's irlsllati Association yesterday al'ter jon unanloualy adopted resolutlons, ie purpori of whlch was to 4urgo tho oglslaturo to mako no change in tho ?esorit law unlesa lt tended to mako ie statute moro reBtrlctlve. Besides any of the most promlnent ministers ' tiie city, thero wero present at tho eotlng somo members of thn Logls turo and severai of the leatllng law irs. Tho meeting was proslded over r D. C. O'Flaherty, nnd was opened Ith prayer by Rt. Rev. R. A. Glbson, D. Tho resolution adopted wag present 1 by Rev. E. h. Poll, D. D., and signed - hlm, .Tohn carland Pollard, Rev, onry Pcarce Atkins, Rev. W. M. ark, D. D., Rev. P.ussell Cecil, D. D? id Kabbi E. N. Calisch. A commlttee conslstlng of D. C. Plahorty, chalrman; Rev. R. II. Pitt, D., Rev. E. I? Poll, D. D.. Rev. S. C. itchor, D. D., Rabbl E. N. Calisch, D.. and Isaac Diggs. was appolnted appcar before the Dcgislature pro stlng agalnst the blll. Thc ItcHolutloti. Tho text of tho resolution follows "Whereas, The famlly ls tho foun iln-head of the natlon, and thc reservatlon of its in'.egrity is esscn al to the purity, strength and per lanence of our natlonal, soclal anc mral life; and, "Whereas, Amerlca is passlnj lrougli ti period of unrest and socia ransltlon whlch, in many parts oi ur country, threatens the vcry exist nce of our famlly life, and hns al eady glven us the wretched dlstinc lon of having a hlgher dlvorco rat< hait any other country except Japan nd. "Whereas. Through nll this unres .Mrginla has held firmly to her ancien deals, and as a Commonwcalth stil ?emalns an Irisplring cxamplo to th ilstorhood of btates for the honor I; tvhlch sho holds the home ancl th. ;arc with which she sufeguards lt ntegrity; "Therefore, Be. lt resolved, Flrsl (Continucd From Flrst Page.) marrled 'waa a rnen&co to soclety, M Mlnor said that he did not agrcc wlt .very dotall of his father's oplnlon Isaac Diggs was tho next apcake Tho onlv amendments to the dlvorc laws in" Virglnia which ought to t onacted, ln hls oplnlon, wero restrb tlvo ones. Instead of making ne causes for divorce, tho tlmo has con when some cxlstlng causes for dlvon ought to'-be repeated. Hc sald tho la allowing dlvorco when a man dlscove: aftor marriage that his wife has bec Impure. and tho law permltting d yorce to a woman lf her husband hi been a felon unlcnown to her, ougl both lo be vopealed. If theso partles did not know enoug to inform themselves ot each other antceodents beforo marriage. mc ought to bo punlshcd by maklng the livc* together. Hc characterlzed M Kcmp'a romarks as tho linost present; tion of a bad case ho over heard. "I understand." sald Mr. Diggs. ' th: thc groatest dl.crction ls to bo glvt to tlie courts. It thc gullty par does not want to bo punlshcd, lot 111 remain lnnocent." Thero are lawyci he said. who wlll mako out a prop case There Is a small minority of tl bar, ho said. who want this bill pa.ssc as they will proflt by lt. Ho was afra thnt if It wero enacted thls Deglslatu THEWEATHEF 1,rtutbC'cn".!.U?*t-Partly cioud*.? . ? ,.?Mor Thurmluy, Frlday, fulr, modev. ?c.-?t to uufthwcttt \vluds. cdxDiTIO-N S YESTEBDAY. s A. M. temperature. l-lumldlty . ? ?.So. Wlnd. directlon .t>01 Wlnd. veiocity .?? Weather .L'ou Rainfall . l - noon temperature. :i P, M. temperaturo.????_? Maxlmum temperature up to b i>. M.:???; Minlimim temperature up to ?? P. M. Mi-an tomporaturo . Ncuinai tomperature .?. Bxcess In tonipevatiire to?oay.... peflclenoy ln tomperature since . AtrunJ!'' ox'o'eVs ' 'ln '' temperaturo slnce .Tanuary 1.?-? ? ? ? ? ? Defleiency In rainfall sinco Muic.h ^ Ac^urn. dohciency' in'rninftill slnce January l . COND1TIOXS IX-WlTOj^VJSV Cltardotto . M I ?j g?jn jacksonvlll- 64 -; ^%n Tumpa . "J Koy West .?;?? TO Charleston .? ?? Ashovlllo . 38 Mobllo . ?? Atlanta . Ji Augusta.. 61 Now Orleans- 58 Saviinuah . J; Norfolk . ?? Ralelgh . r|s Wllittln?iou . 60 .'iilvostoii . ?'N, Palesllno .? *? Jupltov . 6S .MIXI.VTlJlti: AI.M.VXAC. February 10, 10 ll Run rlses.... 7:08 .JMll T1DK Moim sets..... 6:31 KYWJn*. ? ?? *? ilcorn or a light betwe?n iMpefttoManJ iiKKl-levcd mllk uKichants. lt shotl-l ?rt^.s,,,!s uw.iXclu.; aro Iti any wlso reduced. They wlll be the Blirt-rera K IMclimnndB ni k or thc mllk of any other clty ahall nol ho whnt. it la, These batalM wll bc the vlctlms of InJudlclOUfl leglslatlon. ln thclr behalf. ggntlcmon, nnd ln tholr name I heg vou as onn who know a "helrVanta^d apprcclates tholr he ?? le.mioss.. to dlsapprovo any bill lhat can in any way, at any tlmc, do any Injury to them." . 3-?? That wc aro utmlterably opposed to tho enactmcnt ot any law whlch might sceni ln any clegrce to compro mlso tho falr name of Vlrglnla aa a falthful g'uardlan of tho famlly and of publlc morals. "Second. That thc proposed amend? ment to our divorce law as set forth In Senato bill No. i?. ??w pendlng be i fore thc Houso ot Delegatcs, would, in j our opinion, compromlso the namo of ! our Commonwealth both ln tho eyes of her own people and ln tho eyes ot tho world. "Thlrd That whatever bencflts might u'ecrue to tho fow under tho operatlon of tlio proposed amendment, they would bc more than-offsct by the manlfold evil- wblch lt would brlng to soclety at large, and by t lo hardshlp whlch lt would work to thc ktreat majority of tnnocent parties. "Fourth. That our representative:; in the General Assembly are earnestly reauosted to uso every honorablo means to defeat thls bill, and to op oV_ anv and all legislatlon affeottng SSr dtvorcVlaw that does not have for Us ovldent object the botter protection o? publlc morals." llo.v Wlll it Work* ..The question," sald Dr. Bell ln pre .cntlng tho resolutlon, "ls, lt the law is po-fsed, how wlll lt work H said that lt was vcry much Iko t c French surgeon'who pcrtormed a brll ,an operatlon. but kllled the patlont "tro wo ready," he continued. "to havo lt go out trom Vlrglnla to th< worid that condition, ln Vlrglnla ar, such that Virginia gcntlemcn have tt pass a law to protect Virginia hua bands from thclr vlllalnous w ves Dr R H Bitt asked for enllghten rhont on" the subject. whlch was volun tee.cd by Chalrman O'Flaherty an< lames II. Drake, Jr.. both of whon suggested changes whlch might mak. the Rlson amendment moro accepta hle. Tho meeting. liowever. cam0 t. the declslon that lt was better to al low tho prescnt law to stand unles a moro strlngent law was passed. At torney Isaac Dlggs was also of th opinion that the law as lt stood wa lax enough Tho mlnisters dccldcd t do away with their regular meeting in order to bo present ot thn meotln of the Judiciary Commltteo of th Legislature last night. Some of those present were: Rlgr Rev. It. A. Glbson. D. D-, Rov. 1_. 1 Bell, D. D., Rov. James Cannon, D. D Rev! Henry P.' Atkins, Rev. XV. ^ Clark, D. D., Rev. John Moncure, I D, Rev. Landon R- Mason. Rev. J. . Gravatt. D. D-, Rov. S. C. Hatchcr, 1 D'.i D. C. O'Flaherty. James H. Drak Jr.i Isaac Dlggs. Rabbl K. N. Callsc! Rosewcll Bage, Rev. J. R. Wllllnghar D. D.. and others, includlng seven women. wlll not have adjoumed before the rc suit wlll bo seen. Should liunrd Homes. Rabbl Calisch sald lhat nothing 1 more sacrcd to tho Commonwealth tha the sanctlty and purlty of the hom Tlils bill would allow thc perpetratc of evil to benoiit by the wrong hc h_ done. It seemed to him a great dar ger and a monace. Abuses might crcc r*. ln. Susplclon attaches to ^it, and tl h Legislature should jjjawaro) of lt. :?? I "Tho flrs: familles of Vlrglnla," 1 r. I sald, "I belleve not only stand for tl :o j first hore, but for thc tlrst In chustlt >? I purlty and honor ln tho whole Amei :an nation, und I want them to rcrna mi." Rocountlug the_Blbllcal story Davld and I'riah, lie sald tho assemb should not llsten to hlm who wants put the Legislature as thc Urlah ln t: forofront of tho battle, so as to brli -.he Commonwealth to pollutlon and death. Eugeno C. Massle mado a legal arg mont. lio said that divorces have 1 creased threefold ln roccnt years. Tl bill, hc ?ald, would destroy exlstli reasons whlch might lead to reoonclli tlon. I.r_.l?laturr Should Speelfj-. R. B. Davls, of Petersburg, was u wllllng tu give tho gullty party a remedy at all unless -.ho injured par shall ask for a docrec. Courts, he sa nro but lndivlduals, and tho Legislatu should speclfy tho causes tor dlvovc It has always beon held in VlrgU that "may" means 'tmust" ln su ease3. Ho said that if a man canr ,? control hls passlons ho ought not id come to tlio Vlrglnla LogJslaturo to _ lt to help hlm to dc so. That the proposed law does - change tlie method of prbceduro w tho argument of Hamllton W'llcox, Petersburg. li is an a-knowlcdy praetlce, ho.said, to grant a decreo i absolute divorce to thc injured pai aa a matter of right when s^pai tlon and hopelessnoss of reconclliatl wa_ proved, mid suoh would apply n to tho gullty party. Ho sald thls v. the flrst time ho had over heard lawyors comlng to tho Vlrglnla Leg lature asklng for a law ln aid of 1 guilty party. Mr. Loe's speeeh closed tho deba Ho ts, as ls well known, ono of t foremost crlmlnal lawyors in the Stn Ho ls im export ln tho art of pul: sp oak Ing, and brllllant Indeod ls who can get an advantago of him dobate. u.. was accorded tho clos attentlon, l iils Out Trlbute... II. had, ho sald. expected to bo n by argument Instead of tho abuse a vituperatlon whlch thls bill had dra from unmerlted and ill-cousldered t posltlon. Ue was not here, ho sa to pay pretty trlhtitcs to Vlrglnla i to Vlrglnla women?the women ne. ed nd trlbute. Unless his could provc, he snld. II tho proposed bill wus ln keoping wi tho usual custom ln Vit'lgnlu. ho woi wlthdruw it, no expected to addr. tho cominlttce as a lawyor, aytd woi not speak to tho gallerles. Ho called attentlon to tho fact tl courts nn.vnow inhlblt renmrrlagc tho caso of adultorv, but thls ls 1 to tho court. Tho history of tlio woi he said, lu.. proven that tho most d. gerous .ntity in soclety la tt Pers bound, ;. ,i tinbound; The bara aro u ho contiMKlcil, belng thi'own down, a Ihe bill crciuea no new ground for | voiee. u t-L-lates purely to cases wlu tho homea i?r whlch tho mlnisters h pleuded had already boen broken (101,118 CAVm HKAUACHB. I.ANATIVK HFtOMO Qulnlne. tlio world W Cold iiiui un,, romedy removes cause. caii full num.. 1,90k for slfitiatura E. XV. GroT*. HunyadiTa Janos Natural Laxative Water Spoedy Sure Centle Qulckfy Rctieves CONSTIPATiON by a dlvorco from bed nnd board, whlch eannot bo ended cxccpl by an nboslatc dlvorco or clso h. Jolnt appll? cation for rcnowal of tho miiniuge bond. Alrcntly Ht'imratcd. "I nm not here," ho sald, "to talk hot alr. If divorce ls wrong, tho wrong hus been done. Tho partles aro already separatcd, nnd there ls only to con? sider what Is best for tho body soclal. My frlcnds of the cloth havo haminercd ihls thlng irom the standpolnt that thero Ih always a man ln tho woodplb "A couplo eannot llvo together; tlieir llves are mlserablo. They separato. As lawyers know, most cascs ot sep- ! arntlon followed by a dlvorco from bed and board are by i.iutual conacnt. The man, say, gets thls dlvorco. Hc can forevor hold tho wqman at(t arm's length nml, ref using to livc with hct, can say, "Cellbato you Kluill livc and dlo." In answor to thls, Dr. Cannon sald hc approved of thls state ot af? fairs for thc good of soclety. .Mr. Ja'c supposod another case. A husband, morely through unrcasonnblo Jealousy, accusea hls wlfe repeatcdiy ot unfiiltlifulncss. Hho leaves hlm. and bo secures a dlvorco from bed nnd board. Sho eannot get thls divorce because thc supremo Court has hold that thls is not ground for divorce. vet ho holds her Ufe at hla ploasure. "OUght any human being." ho asked, ??bo allowed to hold ln hls hand tho future Ufe ot another?* Yet another caso was mentloned. It was one ln whlch tho wlfo has tho dlvorco from bed and board. Sho says to her husband. "I don't want to marry agaln, anj you shall not unlesa you go down in your jeans and dlg up another large sum in addition to the ycarly amount I arri already drawlng from your estate." Dr. Cannon asked hlm how many such people aro applylng for such a law. Uucstlon of nlght. Mr, Lee sald hc had no dcsli'o other than'to bc frank, and statej that ho was not ln thls thlng: for hls health. "but," hc sald, "if this law ls right and lt applles to a parttcular case. lt ought to be passed. lf it la not rlght, it makes no dlffcrence it I mn repre sentlng tho Presbyterfan Synod anc1 the Methodlst Confedence, you oughi not to pass tho blll." Tho dramalic moment came In con cluslon. Mr. I.ee said that under thc now measure the court would have t?. bo satlstled from the evidencc that thc divorce was for thc best interest ol tho partles and of soclety. Dr. Can? non asked hlm lf he would wrlto thii ln hls blll. "Wlll you," n.iked Mr. Lee, "agret lf I do so to wltlulraw your opposl? tion?" "No," said Dr. Cannon. There was general laughter at tht: point. Dr. Cannon arose and said: "I you belleve that wlll bc tho effect o tho measure, Why wlll you not add lt?' "Ali, doctor," rcsponded Mr. I.ee, ": was merly feellng your pulse. 1 thlnl thls feature Is already covered, bu if the commlttee thlnks not, put lt lt tho blll." Mr. Deo hero took hls seat and th< committee rose. Tliere waa genora good feellng and lattghter among thi leaders on both sides of thc questlon. PRESENT LOVING CUP Wcbtnuirela.id IJourd of Governor* Ilonoi Xlctirlng Presldent. At a dinner glven in hls honor by lt. i Jones Tucfwlay lilgbt, Judgo ls. Carter .Scot retlring proaldont of tho Wcdtmorolnn Club. was presented by mombera of th Uoiird of governor*, wltli a handsome allve lovlng cup- Bcaldca Judge ficott and ll: Jon>-e, thoro wero present from thu boar John O. Farland, It. A. Uancast?r, .Ir t'lanrge Sl. Roed, Judgo John 11. Itignin Aloxander camcron, Jr., Elniore Hotchkis Jr., and Lewls C. Willlama. Captaln Joset; _;. Wlllard, who l? ln Paris, aud '-'? c Plncknoy wero tiio only members abson Judgo Scott haa beon prosldcnt of tho clu fnr the hibt two years, und uceordiug t tho lons established eustotn, a new pie* d.-nt wlll bu elected at tho next annui mcitltis, which wlll bo held tliis mouth. J.eft llomc ti Month Aro. Ono month ngo to-duy I'aul Cunningli (colorod), In hla nhfhi cloth?is, dlsappearc from hls homo ln tho roar ot Ilo Kast Cui Streot. llayor lUc-liardsion, at iho request . cltizens. has twico had tho Canal baul drngged for the body. and the pollce ai detectlves have oearched -ivery cluo wltl out otfect. Uoroner Taylor, who was ask< to bo on tho lookotit, regards tho cn_o i tho most niystcriouB ho has known in li long experlencc. Cunnlnffhani ls about ?u uity years old, antl lt iu bclicved now th hls body wlll never bo recovorcd. No c: plitn.itlon Ot his dlsappearanco can bo u cured. OBITUARY fi. I'uwi'U Hill. G. Powoll HUl dled yesterday, ag< sovority-6ne years. Thf* funeral wl takc placo from SuthcrlandH unclc taking rooms, 101 Kast Maln fetrec at l o'clock to-day. Tho interinei wlll be in Alfixan.drla. Va. Peter M. Kobb. Peter M. Kobb died yesterday at tl resldence of hls daughter, Mrs. J. ' 1-Ilggins, near Hltrhland Sprlngs. I ls survlved by hls wlfe nnd six chl drcn. Tho interment wlll .be in, Oal wood Cemetery thls afternoon at o'clock. __ C. Iloivcrton rtlehnrdson. C. Ilowerton Richardson dled Tuc day nlglit at 11:00 o'clock ln Ihe thlrl second year of his age al hls res donoe near Oakwood Cemetery. I had for a number of years beon co nectod with tho American Can Cot pany, and wns heW ln hlgh cstoeni 1 tho oflicers of tho company and ] thoso with whom ho was assoclatc He ls survlved by hls wlfe, who w Miss Mlnnlo Dlckorison, daughter oi" r A. Diekenson, superlntendent of Oa wood Cemetery; hls mother. .Mrs. II. Klehtirdson: two slsters. Mra. B. .lohnson. of thls city, and Mrs. II. Cloments, of Loo Hall.'-'and two brot ? mrs.-- Ilenry ltlchardson, of Na-wpc News, nnd John G. Bloharclson, of tl city, He waa a member of Frateri: l.udgo, No. 53; Anclont, Free nnd A QCpted Masons, nnd of other seci organfzatlons, Thc following wlll c as pallbearers: >T, ll. Spiltli, llerbc McMInn, John (J, Chnrleton, Thom Moseby, ThoiniiK Snelllngs, I, .1. Ma ouse, Hlohard Moore, Kdwln Bovy, a. EUlson, 11. A. Smlth, P. I.. Smilh, B. Ilord, B. S. Clark, B, Gallugher, Hov, Wolatger and H. B. Frlschkorn. Tho funeral wlll bo hold 1'ro How t IN MEM0RIAM DORBINSr-Tn lovlng romembrance I'lIAI'l.r'.S .1. DOHRIXS, dinil |i\ ruai-y si, iiiiu, tme year ago to-day A pi'Qoloua ono l'rinii us has gun A \olco wa lovod Is stllled; A placo ls vacant in our honio AVhlch neVCl' can bo lllled. By h.is grandson, XI. J. DODBIN3, residence thin aftornoon at . o'clock, nnd the Interment wlll bo ln Oak.wood Como tery. i.fni'K'iret IVIroelillll. Murgfirol Botfochllll, Ihe Hlxlcen yenr-ohl dattghlor ot Mr. nnd Mrs. Kd wurd Betrochllll, dled yesterday morn? ing at 7:.'!0 o'clock nt tho homo of her parcntii. fi__ North Fourth Htieet. frilic, Is survlved bv hor parentp, opo brothor and slx slstore, The funeral wlll tnko pla.co thls morning at 0:80 o'clock from tho roBldenco, mass to bo held at St. Bclcr's Chureh nt 10 o'clocl.. It. S. Wnrrlnor. II. S, Warrlner dled yesterday at 1:2(1 I'. M. at hls residence, ]_ll North Tweniy-second Ktrcct, In tho hcvch tleth yenr of lllfl nge. Tho funeral wlll tako placo from Blno Stroet Baptlst Chureh to-morrow afternoon at 3 o'c.loclc, and the. Interment. wlll be made ln itlvervlow Cometery. Ilenry .'. Ariidt. Henry C. Arndt dled nt hls residence. 1120 Brook Avonue, at 10:15 o'clock yesterday morning, in tho soventy nlntli year of his age. Ho loave:i threo .lillilren?II. August Arndt, Mrs. F. Marchettl and Mrs, W. P, Rupp. The funeral wiil tako place from tho resi? dence nf hls son-in-law, W. F. Rupp 1118 Brook Road, to-morrow afternoon nt .1 uclock, and the interment wlll be mado In Oakwood Ccmotery T. IL Vowcll. [Hpeclal to The Tlmes-DIspatch.] ClmrlotU.tvillo, Va., February !).? T. H, Yowell, a Confederate veteran, for? merly of tho Bttckcyeland nclghbor hoad. dled yesterday at a local sana torltim, whero hc recently undorwont uu operatlon. He was a natlto of Qreone county, tho son of tho lato of aae vc"' unU wns slxty-flve yeara JililKC Diidley Dullo.e. [Speclal to Tho Tlmes-DIspatch.] Churlottesvlllo, Va., February 0.? I A telegram has beon recolvcd here un iiotin.-lng tho death, ln hoattle. Wash, of Judge Dudley DuBoso. Judge Du' , Boso belonged to the prominont Oeorgia famlly of that name, and was edft catci at the L'nlversltv of Vlrglnla. I'leiiMtiU (llllllle. [Speclal to The Tlmes-DIspatch.] , Saltsbury, N. c., Fobruary 0_i-ieas ant Cauble, aged soventy -two years, a woll-l.nown Rowan county farmer, was found dead In bed nt hls home n.-ar Salisbury. late last night, tho cause or hls sudden death belng heart Jolin llnlicrl Hughes. f.Spec-lal to Tho Times-Dlspatch 1 Apponiattox, va., February D.?John ..." IfJ.ch.0?' !l?c'd ?lxty-four years, d .-,! nt 10 o'clock to-dar. lie ls sur? vlved by a aori, Frank Ilenry. and two dHS % I' i"** ''';,inlri^ ind Miss U.alu.t. Iii0 Interment wlll be rnado to morrow at Hlxburg. Mr*. SnllTe Janici, --ppeclalto The Times-Dlspatch.. Bt-Htichvllle, Va., February 9.-_,Ir. .valllo James, nged nlnety years, dicri last night, afler an lllness of a week bhe leaves several grandehlldren. -Ilrx. Almn Wlu-tnu. JSpoclal to The TiineH-Dlspateh.] Wllmlngton, Va.. February 9.?Mrs Alina Winston, wife of Robort Wim ston of Kcnt's Store. passed away a Her homo. near Kents Store. Flttvnnn. county. Monday. .she leaves her Iiuh band and two small children. Tlu ."ymains were burled in tho cemeter. at Beulah Chureh this afternoon. i.nu r-iiiv UoTVllog, [Speclal to The Tlmes-DIspatch] Fredorlcksburg, Va.. February 9. Lawrcnco Bowling dled at hls home near Parkors, ln Spotsylvania countv of dropsjr, aged Beventy-two years. ii, was a Confederate soldlcr, and is sur vlved by three children. , Hunli- I.ee 1'uv.cll. [Speclal to Tho Tlmes-DIspatch. 1 Loosburg, Va.. February 9.?llugl Leo Boweii died at hls home, ln thi place. yesterday, from paralysls, age. aboul soventy years. Ho formerly rc slded in Staunton, und was twlce mar rlod, his flrst wife belng a Mlsa Strlb llng and hls second wife, who survlve hlm, a Miss Lowden, <>f Fennsylvanhi li.- was a Confederate veteran. an entcied the Civll War as a member o tlie Richmond Howltzers. One son an two daughtera survlve. Mm, Mnry II. Jcrrell. [Sn.'clal to The Tlmex-Dlspalch. 1 Spotsylvania, Va., Februarv 9.?_ilr: Mary 11. Jcrrell. wife of John B. Jcr r'ell, died at 8 o'clock thls morning n her residence, near Screamorsvllle, 1 thiu county. aged #lxty-four year: Kho ls BUrvlved by her husband, on son, four daughter., two sisters an one brother. .Mr.s. Siii-nli Xelm*. [Sporial toThe Tlmes-Dlspatoh.] Suffolk. Vu., February 9.?Mrs. Sara Keims, slxty-four years old. dled la. night. She ls surviv.d by a daughte Captaln .lo.e-ili V. AVhlie. fSpeclal toTlie Tlin<? s-Dlspatch.l McKenney. Vu.. February 9.?Car tain Joseph L. White. a veteran of th Mexlcan and Clvll Wars, died at hl home, nt Harper's Home. near th! placo. to-day. ln the eiglity-ilfth ye.. of hls age. He was a nutlv. of P( tersburg, but had been livlng at h! home here for tho past forty or flft years. lie Is survlved by seven chl dreit?R. D..>BenJan_in. Joseph, Stephe A Pleasing Sense of Health ar Strength Renewed and of Ease and Comfort follows the usc oi' Syrup oll Pigs ai Elixir of Scrina, as it acts gently ( the kidneys, livcr and bb'wcls. cleai: ing the sj^tem effect nally, when co stipated. or bilious, and dispels col and headaches. To get its beneficial offects, alwa bny the genuine, manufactured thc California Pig Syrup Co. %' Lee Fergusson Piano C Madison 622L 119 E. Broad Str< .___________. tmis roiJPON O^ FEBRUAR.Y 10, 1910. NOTICE.?A complete set consists of 30 cou* pons of consecutive dates, only one coupon of 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. We Treat You 30 Days FREE Plne.ii Polann rAn never be rured wllh tnernirr or potash Yon mlKlit II well lcnow thla tlrtt ;.i l-ni Medical ntithorlilcs siy/ ao. The mmt tbn*? drogi t?n do ls to drlve tlie blood poison bifil Intii tbe lyitem nml laiotbw lt fnr aevcral yeara. Tlinn wbcn you fhluk you aro cured, plllrul mcr cury lymntftmi wlll brellt out. ?nil you flnd thnt votir bonfi bni-n been rottlng ill the wblll. Vom iei.b wlll ticnln to Inosni nnd your tliati'-a. glamli. tirnln und vllil orgini wlll ihow th? P-rrlMe tlcstrnctive p..-.ver ot the mercury nnd tiotath. Ixicomoior Atiilo, Pnrnlyfdi. Itnbeed tiy nnd Prematnr? fleith nre thcn ilmc.it Inev Itiiblc. Any mcdlcil iu,tborlty wlll corrooorat* these itnfrmentn. Thc remorknble TCgetebli Obbie Treatment does not drlve ia tb' but drlvca It out. It poiltlrely contnlm no mln cral polaotii whatevcr, so tliat once rured br tli* Oblmc Treittnent you neter run tbe tcrrinlc rlak of 'lavlng your born"! aotteo. your nerves collnpic. your tccth fall out, your kldneyg ilegenerate or :our braln wenken. Th" Oblme Trcntnwnt la ? tnnrvel. produelog retnarknblc ch.iW5c.? in only 30 days. Tbls u wliy wo ofTcr to any blood pnisoa vlellm llvlnc, no matter bow bad a case. a 30-Day Treatment FREE You want to be rured and cured cpilck?ait polioned wltb mercury nnd potlib for yeara. A. m-Dn Treatment I: yrurs for tlie noklnc Yoj i*IU opoa your eyc-a it wbat It wlll do for you in ? motitli. We treat you free for n month. Juat write to tn and get tte treatment free. Tben li you ire mtlafled tt li the nioit rctnarknble treat ment you ever took. you can continue If yon wlfh. Never In your Pfe wlll you ever ignin have itirb an opportunlty for .t complete cure. n. I? glven you hy tbli ( Great Gbbao Treatment Tbli li ? Biaare deal. Vou flgn nothing, no noten. make us no promlsea, except to take thr treatment. Tbe wonderful Wmrrman Teit. tbe only blooil polaoo teat known to nrlentlati. prove* tbat th" body Ii rompletely purltled by tbe Ohhae Treat ment. and that mertury and potaib do not cur? blood polnon: Ptt down and write to ua. gtvlnr a full hlatory of your caae tn detill. We wlll rrrnt vour letter oa ? aacj-ed ronfMi-r.ee. Con ?idtatlon ind advice free. w? wlll aend ynu alao the retnarlcatile book. "Prlvlng Out Wood Polion" free. THE OBSBAC GO. 3553 Rector Bldtf., Chicago, Illinois. Mrs. W. V. Harrlson, MIfs Annle and Mr.s. J. A. Jones. DEATH! ARXDT?Dled, at liis late rejidence. 1120 Brook Itoad, at 10:15 o'clock, February i>, 1910. HENRY <'. AHNDT. In the seventy-nlnth year of hl* iige. Ilo leaves three chlldren to mourn their io.s. They are M. Aub. Arndt. Mra. F. Marchettl and Mra. W. F. Rupp. I'nnoral from the resldence of hls jon-ln-law, W". F. Rupp, HIS Brook Road. FEBRUARY ll. 1910. ut 3 o'clock, Interment lu Oakwood. GOODING?Died. at the Memorlal Hok pltai. WetSnesday, February 9, at 9:16 o'clock a. M.. RUSSELL OVER TON GOODING, / Funeral from St. Petcr'.i Cathedral TinJRSDAY. February 10, at 3:30 o'clock P. M. Frlends and acciualnt ancea aro Invltcd to atlend. 1IILI,?Dled. Wednesday. Fobruary 0. O. POWELL HILL, aged sevonty-ono yeara flve month.1--. Funeral from Sutherland'a rooms, 101 TC. Maln Street, at 11 A. M. TO DAY. Interment in Alexandria, Va. JONES?Died, February 9, 1!U0, at 1:20 A. M-. al thu home of hor grand parf-nts. Captaln and Mrs. .lohn A. ]Iuteh*son, ROS'ALIE CONRAD JONES, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Broop Noloon Jones, aged ten uiouil.a and fouv days. Interment prlvate. KELLY?Entered Into rent, at 1:20 Ai M., Thursday. February io. 1910, MRS. ELIABETH ANN KBLLY. Rrandmother of Mrs. S. T. Pullhtm, In the tcvVnty-eltrhth year of her age. Kuneral ln Lynchburjr TO-MOU ItOw (Frlday) AFTERNOON. KOKB?Dled, AVedne.sday, at nildnifcht, at the resldence of hls daughter. Mrs. .1. M. Hib'Rliis. near Hlgiiland Sprlng*. PETER M. -KOBB. He is survlved by his wife und alx chlldren. Funeral and interment In Oakwoodi THIS AFTERNOON at 3 o*clock. PF.TROCHILI.I?Died. Fobruary 9, 1910. at the rcsidonc-o ot her pa? rents. 022 North Fourth Street. MARGARET. beloved daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Edward Petrochilll, agod slxteon years. Sho leavea to mourn tht-ir loss six slsters and one brother. KunCral FRIDAY from house at 0:20. Servlces at St. I'otcr's Church at 10 A. M. . . RANSON?Dled, February 8. mio, nt hls resldence. 2S0S U Streot, CIIRIS TOPIIER RANSON. Funeral THURSDAY at 3 P. M., Mt. Ollve Church. RICHARDSON?Died. Fobruary 8, IfU". at tho resldehob of his fathor-ln-law, XV. ALLEN DICICF.NSON. In Oak? wood Cemetery, C. HOWERTON RICHARDSON. in tho thirty-scconcl year of hls age. Funeral from the abovo residcnco THIS (Thursday) AFTERNOON, at t o'clock. Friends and acqualntances are invltcd to attcncl. TEMPLE?Entcrod into rcst, at hla home. "Camptiold," Chesterfield coun? ty. Va.. PETER CHEVALLIE TEM? PLE son of tho lato WUllf.ni Henry and Carolino Frances Temple, in lvla Slxty-slxth year. . Servlces 12:30 P. M. THURSDAY from his late resldence. Interment at tho Tomplo bui-ying-ground at "Ampthlll." WARRINER?Dled, yesterday. at 1:2<5 P. M.. at hls resldence, 1211 North Tvvonty-seconil Street, R. S. WAR? RINER, seventy years of ubo- , ' Funeral from Plne Street Baptlst Church TO-MORROW AFTERNOON at :i o'clock. Burlal in Rlvervlew..