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'lecttd to villflcatlon, but Judgo Itar
jisoh overruled hls motlon. Mr. Mrrrdllh's Ilrply. Tli-fd. nnd nppnrnitly weak. Mr. Mer rdlth mado hls answorlng statement. ?We hope to draw n dlstlnct on be ' iween tho article ns wrllten.' hei sold, ".ind thc commonwcalth's construetlo ?C its mcanlng. Its alleged libel wlll be dctorrnlned by the law on the case. A prlvato Individual has a nehl to protcction as an Individual,,but. ft pub 10 offlcer puts himself in the pos tion of n challenger, nnd he ls propcrly n subject of crltletarn. A deduction from fact the law vlews with the grcutost llhcrallty Every man has u I'iRht W hla nplnlou, whether it coincldcs Wltn Voura and mine or not. It ls one ot lha safcg.inrds of llherly that MW offlcer may be dlacussed nnd crltleizeu. A',,, there is , big aitterence between i.Hrglng an act nnd In drawlng a eon c ualoh from an ad. There is much dlfferenco us lo the classes of mallce. implled mallce or mallce ln fact, aml ln thls case mallce mttit he proved be vond a reasonuble doubt. ln express ing an oplnlon, all that we must dol !?? to prove that tho- facts wero capa blc of warrantlng the deduction. ???In thla article thero la no eharge of corruptlon, of recclviug moliey. Tho words 'corrupt alllance* nre ltased on Btatcd fact". We wlll prove that ob jectlonable houses are allowed to ox l?t with thelr knowledge, and thnt thc conelutlons drawn woro justltled. If wc show thla illega! reccgnltlon, there Is in thal sense a 'corrupt alll? ance.' " , , The day was far advanced when t'hris MHiining was placed on tho stand ns tho lirst -wltness. Thc courtroom then had becomo crowded, among tho rmectators being Rev. Tllden Scherer, who hat been helplng Yoder In his campalgn, for a fund to defray the ctx pehsea of his trlal?. Clydo a\. fcaun ders. who last week won his suit agalnst tho Wllllams Printing Com jmny aml Yoder. was also present. llcnd Yoder'a Article*. Mr Manning was put through the usual formal Inqulsltton. and the al? leged lnllammatory article, clalmlng a ? 'corrupt alllance between ilagrant vlce nn.l thc Pollce Department," was icad to the jury. Then Yoder's pub _l.hc'd letter to the Mayor, In which " the writer called the attentlon of thc 1 -M;,vor to alleged viblatlona of thc - ilquor law ln objectionable resorts, nnd in which he sald that the police were inslructe.d not to see thcsc al? leged vlolntions, was read. an.l then followcd the readlng ot articles innu merable. Mr. Meredith objected tinn jind agnln. Most of thoao nttemptet werc read, nnd the-rending or a fev not closcly enough relevant were rule> out by the court. ln his articles Yoder asked wh the "gulltv partles" of thc Virginia c'arolina Chc-mlcal Company were nc prosecutcd for committing a nulsanc with tho smoke from their work whether thc pollco have to pay to _ elected on the force, and, in hls cai toon ot money bags. with tho Mayc and commissloners danclng aroun ?who pays tho flddler?" To the ol jeettona of Mr. Meredith at tho rea, ing of somo of these articles, Mr. Smll replled that he wanted to pro^ Yoder'a general state of mind, li unimus ?nd his reckles.snes's. Tl court ruled thal the articles to l read must Includc llbcls against tl prosecutora. One or the articles sa that the authorltlos werc atrald vhat would be prlnted, as thc pamp let had evidencc to show that Counc men and other officers wero Interest = in proteeting Ulegal houses. Anoth ? ni itc-d fourteen days a#r'thoaUe , ibelous article on whicTi tho warr. was sworn out. stated that the a I of publie ofllclals may bo put bef the publlc and tnat even falbo ato I ment.aro not ilbel. stu anot ",-eiterates for thc dclectatlon Of Sn, h (of counsel) that corrupt llahco between lllcgal houses and pollco CXiStH." ?*..|?MOll Dorroivcil Froni Atkinson. \ftcr a rather wcarlsome read r " "of- many publlcatlons, questionlng - Mr. Manning was "sumed. Mr smlth asked hlm lf ' ?s n<1 ? thc perlodicals, and why, but the oo ruled out the question. Mr. Manni ? ? 'repeated Yoder'a testimonln tho U '' for clvll damages ln tho Law. t g ? STSSSjangAtklnso,;, imd^een 5 m^^^w^^initohoarcl v thc Park*. lofel and to rent offlce ro pi ,i,_r. when ho came to Richmond ? o publlsh his "scrmonettes. _ II Mr. Smlth attenipted to brlng ou t convorsatlon between AtKljwon t \i Manning as to iho ???***-Jg pamphlet, in whlch the atfcprMsr ,u the prosccutlon eald Uo f*P?*e?d ! ,howrtha, AtMn?on ??ad ??J. 1 he co ro "do certaln things- lmi ,l" "oarrcd tho questlon ????* ii Conway. i ri^if^r^sH ni white woman was mado Usbgr^ 13 tation of runnlng a speak easy. a? tS?*aho had aold to Fairlamh <:?Theaprosc,:ution brought out the thitthe Malloy woman had^c'? vlotion for which makes a Jail - S. -ltho?txHno^ed^^SS TC, -u lsN"ta\ed" 'aid Mr. Smlth, ' p'; VJ Malloy -oman's sen.enco | ^^eu\at1JueaU&Ha1^PaW .?i with the commissloners. i? -Not with thls comm ssloner,' fi v.licd ihe wltness cmphaticalU. _V was asked to describc tho posl lf oecupled by himself and Commlss Gordon at the trlal ot the worna. ?i occupied T. H Blletfs chai bind Justice Crutchrield," said the nees' "and Mr. Gordon wa.s on my ?i never opened my Ups to Ji Crtitchfield on that occasion, a wouldn't dare to dlscuss any case hlm, and never have done lt. Mr. don dld not stay thero till tlie was completed, nor did he have convorsatlon with the Pollco Jtu rteplying to Yoder's chargo of o natlOll. Mr, Manning said that lv not spoken to Gilbert l'ollock for f. A Beautiful Fa 11 is What All Women Desir Miss Dora lianscn. 1310 State ' S Hacine, Wis., writes thai "a beautif i is what 8.11 women deeire, but what \ e t au be beaiitiiul with her face coverc v pimples and biotches? Vou asW, ? - can wc do to prcvent the pimpl t ' jilotchea appcarinc on our laces. jlcxid's Sarsaparilla. lt will soc vim a dear, soft skin. My nioth \irotlier Iiavc taken Hood's Surei v'r< for impure bjood, and ennnot n) ?h- liighly of it." ??*u Get llood's Sareapanlla to-da L'st'utHiial liquid loriii vr tablets called Tho two-piece suit. The doutale-breastcd suit. Tho long overcoat and evepy othep style fop foys. Here's the chance to pick up n lot of bargains before stock taklng. Tn n few weeks our Sprlnc goods wiil need the room. Now is your chance to savt dollars! SUITS, O'COATS AND nEEFEnS Pornierly ?:i.5(> nnd ?1.00, nt.52.71 Formerly ?5.oo nnd Stl.oo, nt.S3.5i Formerly *7.r.O nnd *S,00, nt... .IM.". Formerly $8.80 nnd 8P.0O, nt.W.7 Formerly SI0.00 nnd $11,00, nt....!f?l.7 Formerly flS.OO nnd $12.80. nt....$7.7 Coats and reefers for girls same way. A//-/V a BO YS OUTFIr TER 5 time, and denied emphatlcally th: thoro was any protection of tlio Mnllc woman. "Was thero any evldenc'o that th Malloy woman kept an objoctlonab: house?" asked Mr. Kmlth. / Mr. Mcredith objected, saylng thr thp wltness could not rendcr a jud clal opinion. Thn court ruled thut ! was a ([uestion of fact, not of oplnloi and tho question stood. "No, sir." anawered Mr. Mnnninj "I'd like to add." continued thc com missioncr. "ln reply to tho charge. c combination between thc Police Dopart ment and Justice Crutchfield that th relatlona between thom wcro at tht tlmo not very frlendly." lt was nearly C o'clock, nnd on M Smitn'a motlon court was adjourned ' 10 o'clock thls morning. Mr. Mannli wlll he placed on the stand again, ai tlicre are numerous other wltness to be heard. ln thc Police Court Yoder was co victed and sentenced to lltteen da ln jail from which verdict he appeal, IMTSiEM BIE lilit to t a md the for to uld UVl on ,vas ory ;gle a.v thc tian inc, pu and ous roof and fact Ined rhile ;ent con ent ;rotc Majority o? Members of Lo Bar Would See Him on Higher Bcnch. Thc lawyors of Richmond. with p: Ucal unanlmlty, havo indorsed Ju Edmund Waddill, Jr., for tho post of Unlted Statea circult judge, ln event that otllec ls created under present ndministratiou. One hunt i nnd oighty-soveh of tho practlclng 1 vers in the clty have slgned u petl dlrcctcd to thc Presldent, asklng ' the dlstlngulshed dlsirlct judge be vated to the higher place. Of tl who havo not slgned. many havo been seon, and some ;ivo cotnmitte. rcpresentatlves of tho Virginia who are spoken of for tue appolntn tt ls understood, however, that thei praetlcally no local lawyer who ls wllling to stand sponsor for tho ab and statesmanshtp of Judge AVaddi Aslde from hla Indorsomont in. * mond. Judge AVaddlll ls tlrmly ported bv thc fraternltlea of lawyei petersburg. Hampton. Newport r and other clties and countles. ln folk. where Judgo Waddill is sal be especially popular, tho bar assn tlon prohlblta its members fruiii dorslng any candldate; but aseur.i have boon received here that lav, ln tho seaslde city aro especially dial to tho dlstrict judge. Those most Intorcated in ?'"dgo ' dtll's appolntment say lt would be fortunato to start a dlscusslon ?i who muy or may riot l^e boT- RiUli tho .udgeship, ns thc offect ot luio l,c to causo the President to g somo other Stato for an appoi whereas Virginia justly deserves recognltlon which wlll bMhwn one of her citizens la given thc 1 of tho. proposed now circult. j Waddill dccllncd yesterday to say thing. _______. Dcfendant Uld Not Appear. .Tudsmont was orttered In tho I.av Enulty Court yesterday iu tho caso ot Porter (colored) ugalnist Utcburd K (or tulao imprisonment. in tlio sum o Tlu, dcfcn-Junt made. no appearancc. ai court lnstruoted tho jury lo usses amount of thc dainases. Small liluzu ut Orocer's. ?Vire. last night under Iho ecllur st at ti,o O. P. Paxton Grocery Compa North Flrnt Stroet. waa oxUngulahed ly by tha good work of"No. l Conipai Its ohemjcal. Smoke delayod tho wo a moiuent, although tbo damage d amomil to moro than 5100. Tho stoc not hurt. "that was f the puli ? re Then .tlons .loncr i. r be wlt right. istlce nd I wlth (lor THE WEATHE COND1TIOXS YESTERDAY Poreenist: VivBlnlu?Iucreaalrig IncNNi cloudy j rutn OV i?uow night nnd Sulurdnyj modernle enwt nnd ouh! wlnda. Nortb Curollna?lncreUNlng ne??, followed by rnln by ulgb' urdny, ruluj lucrcaalug nortltcu eniit tvlutls. 8 A. M. tempcraturc. Humldlty . Wind, direction.Nor Wlnd, veloclty . Woathov . trial jRulnfall . , ??.. 112 noon tempcraturc. -,, ., I :i P. M, temperature. tk-'c- Ma\imuiu tomporaturo up to ombi- p, M. 3 had Mlnlmum tcntpcraiuro up to P. M. Mean tomperature . Normal leinperuturo . Detlcleucy ln tcniperuturo to-day Doflolency ln tcniperuturo slm March 1. Accum. oxcess in tomporatu slnce January -1. Deilclency in ralnfall slnco Man ce e. Street, ul iai.c voman idwitri i . ccuiu. flellclcnc January 1 ... in ralul'all sln CONDITIONS IN lMl'miT.WT t 'What Place. es anil J'^i'loito They. H, T, n give or and iparilla .eulc tu >'/. *? . Sarsa. Mubile Charloa Jncksuiivlllo Key West . New Urlcuti Athiiitu .,. ?ia MIMATL'ltl'd AMl.WAt fobruary 11 fr'un rlscs.... 7;0fl llUUI. (^un M-ts. r>: i:i Morning, Mo-y t-cts..,. l'i;U JOvenliig, ?F OF Fact Indicatcs That Collector of Intcrnal Revenue Wiil Re* tain Position. LUCE A DEPUTY MARSHAL? Major Enriglit Ld'kcly to Bc Ap) pointcd Special Agent by Government. All doubt aa to who wlll hold tho pnslllon ot' Collector of Intcrnal P.ov cnue for the second cotlootlon distrlct of Vlrglnla wns praetlcally dlapellcd yesterday. when Collector M. K. Low ry mnllcd to the department hls bond QOVerlng hla reaponsibillty for dis bursemoiits in tho otllec. Thc bond Is thc ilnal securlty ren.uircd from Mr. liowry under hls new term of ofllce, Wliich began December 1, lflj.9. lt Is understood that Mr. Gowry has dsaurancea that ho wlll retnln tbo po? sition, and that John O. Luco. who ap pllcd for tho collectorshlp, has bcun offered the position uf deputy mar? shal at Richmond, under tho rccent appolntee. Charlos G. Sniithers. Mr. I Luco v.-as non-commlttal when asked about tho appolntment; but It Is sald ho refuses to dlscuss the question he causo of tho fnct that he wlll not liunlly decldc untll ho is ofllclally noll tled or tlio attltude of Presldent Tnft in rrcrnrd to the ofllce of collector ot revenue. Enright Slnted for Plnce, Royal E. Caboll, Unlted States Com? mlsslonor of Intcrnal Revonue, was iu Richmond Inst Sunday, and while hore ho hold soverai ponferences. Ile may remove Mr. Lowry if he dcslrcs, but it is sald thnt tho presont collector 1* in acoord wlth tho admlnlstratlon, nnd that lf Mr. Luco nccopts air appolnt? ment under tho marshal the. matter of dlsputes wlll bo scttled once and for all, Mr. Lowry refuses to dlscuss tlio matter except to say that ho ls convtncod no change ls cohtemplated. MIchuel .T. Knright. wlio was ousted bv Marshal Trcat last spring, Is slatcd to becomo one of tho special agents tc be appolnted by tho commlssloner ol revenue under tlie corporatlon tax law, und thoro ls no doubt but that hc wiil havo one of tho ofllces as soon as they are created. Major Knright nov, hold;; ollice under Revenue Agont Chap. man, but the new ollice ls much inort reniuneratlvc and ho wlll acccpt lt ll lt \a tendered. | It ls a known fact that inlluencei are beln* brought to betir to seeuri th,- removal of Mr. Lowry, nnd lt li sald that tho chlef reeoiiimondation It favor of the present otliceholder is tha ' the ofllce. under hls admlnlstratlon, ha greatly advancctl. as far aa tho asse to the government is concerncd. arn that its record runks it as ono of tn foremost ln tho country. F rlonda o Jlr. Luco conflrm tho statement tha there ls no chance of hls appolntmen and they say ho ls holdlng off in th bellef-that he wlll bc glvenpretereno METROPOLITAN GUARDS New Milltary <a,rgt?nl*atlon Soon to Mal lin Appearance Ilere. The Molropolitan Uuurds, an lndcpeudei milltary organlsatlon, mado up of bo: from ulglltecn to twenty-ono ycars of ?. of which K. G. Tucker ls captaln. wll bo, mako its appearance ln thla oHy.AU.out little haa been heard from U bo (ar, t. ompanv haa been organlzed for-almoat U vcurs. having heen alded in settlns t iirst utilfornis and equipment bj Joso Bryan, who encouraged tho associatlon i every way possible. ? Slnco thc boglnnlng tho company haa pu l?n chascfl several sots ot unlforma an<l ia ni thu well ecptipped, having an armory of its o' ,i ! at 1110 Eaat Main riireot and a membcrsl ,. , I of about thlrty mon, whlch la belng lc" creased evary meeting night Tho compa 4^'" I drllls every i'uoadny night, and all memb . ? i not present nre requlred to pay n llno. , I Vrrangemcnts havo beon mado for an i ile' i tertalnment to bo held February IS tor I OHf! l nurpoBO of ralslng lunds for moro unKon "?' ' aa new men are belng enllatcd fasU-r tt 1 to ??,,,,,,,,-?, pnn hn furnlshed. 1 :al bar ent. ? is not llty II Ich 5UP s in cws ?Cor 1 to ?cla in he'ea yers cor Vad d to may utee. tho equipment can bo furnlshed. TRI-STATE CONVENTION Slx Hundred Pbyslelnua io Mcct lttchinuiid A'cxt AVerk. General health condltlons ln Pouth und tho recent medical dlsc> erlos wlll bo the prlnclpal subjocta como up for dlscusslon at the.twel annual meeting of thc TrI-State Me al Associatlon. to be held iu thls i February 1&, 16 and 1". Slx hundred physicians, jtoprescnt the ilower of tho medical profussion North und South Curollna and Virgil und a number ot dlsUngulshcd scl tists from tho outsldo States, aro pectc-d to bo present. Aside from tho transaction of r tino business, there wlll be addret bv promlnent sclontists and dlsc sions of varlous subjects. Profef Henry A. Chrlstian, of thc Harv Medlcal llchool, wlll dellver an add on 'VvlV.t Anlmal Hxpcrimoutal udpc I any- ! News of Manchester and John laiiHf, : $mo. d tho I tlic ilrway ?V. 511 iiuiclc y und k for d not it was ;r iilnud. ?'rlilny linrth louill j Sal it and Clear U ?1-' llanchester Burcau. Tiuias-Dtspatcb. , 1103 Hull Street. 11. J. Neuscasen. P..S. Barrolt, XV. M. nnd J. J, Murray. who wero appolnted acvc-ial wocka ago aa a commlttee to arrans*> ?i thc cclebratlon of tho tlttcciuh onnlvcrsaiy oc tho Junlor Order, Unlted Amerlcan_Mv ehanlcs, aro still buay wllh arransemenu. Tho cclebratlon wlll bo hold jo,?wirow nlght. Severai promlnent spoakora MIl^ako part, und thc occasloh wlll bo mado as oa joyablo as i>oss,lblc. Yesterday at 10 .\~M~in rooms l-.ar.cl.--. Lcader Building. corner Tonth and Hu 1. Pullfam. commissloner ln chanceij i?? r?.-...rt nf thla city. p ind Wllh oi tho Corporation Court of thls city. pro qeocUd to excouto tho decrco adjudaed ai .1 ordered by tho court in tho caso of ihoiuus XV. Vuicell and Lewia H. Beahcr trustees nnd plalnUlta. ngalmu thc Blair Glass Com nany (Ine.). detendants in chaucery. All ?art|W Inteiesteit ln thc decree wero requir? ed to bring such books. vouehcrs, papers and cvldcmco aa ls ordered by tho court, viz.: An account or any and all llena oi every kind nnd deacrlptlon now ex 1stint; on tho proporiy of tho Blair Glass Company (Ine.). together with thelr respoctlvo priort tles, tf any; also an account of all debt*, elaims and cluiuands duo or owlng by thi company, nnd to whom they are aoverall) due. I.astly. an account of all asacls, iiotl real and personal, of the company, tnscsthci wiih thelr value. Mr. l'ullium is cllrectoc io aacertaln and report to the courl hli tlr.dlngs. .11 ni Jcffrlos, tho negro who was drunl aml dlsorderly uboard u pass. ugor traln ? tho Southern Rallway lust week, wm in mialgncd beforo 'Nquiro f_, W. Choatliuiu, o .Swunsboro, thls mornlng. 'I'hu ilarltoy i .Imr.ed with havlng creatcd an unnacea sary dlaturbance. Tho tirst vjalen'tlno party ?f thf,'?*??0J will bu glven at tha Central Melhodls ClVuroh parsonugo to-nlght at S o'clock. A IntoroatlriB nrosram inii) been arranger. com noaod i"c rceiiatlons an.l aonga by M'*? Ktlu Ul Val, Mlss Kin.al D. Walfcoj;. AVuller . Mra, C. K- Biongle. lee-cream. calteb un l.ouljona will follow, VaimHluu* wbl bo ii mr.s. ualhcr. ;ar mdy cloudy .in 1010, riDK. ... r.;07 ?.... Ol** The Manchester rttara bBVO orjailUOd lUo baseball team for tha coming aowon "? aro out for ohallopgoa. Batca can bu taui by calllDB up T- Waltord .lewett. phoi tjrfy One "BROMO QUWWJ." ** ' iJaxative Bromo Qmm Cu.-^a"cold*n Ono Itey. &P12 &? dend rclnt conn HffO tlvo thn Unlo Chuii [ Mt aged Mra. yesti COLLAR. tvith the Ara-Notch in place of the bothersome buttonholc 15c. cach-2 for 25a. Cluett, Peabody & Co., Makcrs . ?> ARROW CUFFS 25c. a Pai* ne wd ago. and glnl Pen in l ontl flrst Geo i H slx mer are: Pro Pro T. 1 roll A. : or BlSt Prl Pro S XV. dic dit\ la yot ma i fur thc Tu< I'm ahE of tw< i 01 hai tev R, Le Has Done for Modern Medlcal Sclenco.J and Dr. Rolto IS. Hughes wlll apcak on "Rellgious Press and Quacltcry. renews"two ucenses Judge nitt crnnts night nf ?cll.ng Liquor 1o Pucclnne II nnd Klevie. Judge WItt yesterday grnntcd re nowals of liquor ltconaps to Llptnun ICiown and Oreste Pucclnnelll. Klewo has removed hls place cf buainesa from 1731 Kaat Main .Street to 4 North Elghteenth Street. Pucelnncll has SQr cured arcncwnl wlth the understand tne that hc ls to secure a location satisfactory9 to the court. No action has been taken with referonce to thc ^aloons on Slxth Street, between Broad and Clny Streets. and no declslon wll he rendered untll a henring I3 hold beforo Judgo Wltt Tho court lias renewed 143 llcenses and. of those outstnnding, flve are locatad in S,ixta Street. _______ DR. CURRIER TO PREACH Speelnl ServlecH nt St. PcterV. Chureh on Sunday Morning nnd Even.iiB. Rev. charles Warren Currler, Ph. p? of tho Bureau of Cathollc Ind an Mls sions, Waahlngton, 0. C? wlll prcach two sermona at St. Pcters Chureh noxt Sunday?one at the 11 0cock hlgh mass, the other at thc 3 o clock evenlng aervlccr. Dr. Currler was formerly head ot the mlsslon band ln tho Baltlmore Archdlocese. but ls now one of tho two dlrectors of the Cathollc Indiun Bureau at Washlngton. Dr. Curr er ls a priest of great power and clo quenco, and 110 doubt largo congrega tions wlll hear hlm nt both thc morn? ing and evenlng servlces. ln all iho Cathollc churches of the clty there wlll be speclal sermons every Suiday evenlng durlng Lent at 8 o'clock, to which all nro Invlted. Servlees nt BelU Almbnh. At thc Sabbath evening servlces at Beth Ahabah Synugoguc thls evening Dr B. N. Callsch wlll speak 011 tno subject, "Tho Dcmocracy of the Syn.i goguo." To-morrow morning tho .sub? ject of thc sermon wlll be "The. Ark of tho Covenant." f-ervlces begin thls evenlng at S; Saturday morning at 10:46 o'clock. The publlc ls welcome. Sold Mnrc for *10. Detectlve Kchoe. 0r Norrlstown. Pa.. wlll return to that clty to-day with t William Marshall, who ls under ln . dlctment thero for horse-sU-allug. ., ; Marshall, It is alleged. stole tho valu 11 ablo-mare, "Happy Lady," and sold h her for $10. He has been ln prlson .e ? here for more than a week aivaitim; o | tho arrtval of the ofllcer. IO I t ____.????? n Circult Court of Appcnl*. '" Tho United Statea Circult Court of I Appeals recoiivctiud yesterday inorniUK ''- at 30-30 o'clock wlth Circult Judgos vv I GolT and Prltchard and Dlstrict Judges '" 1 Bovd and Dayton in attendance. Tho following caso was argucd: Ko 94i?j. Taylor Thompson, trustee, etc, p'eUtlonor, vs. XV. G. Dunnlngton. respondont; on pctltion for review from thn Distrlct Court at Richmond. Cause argued by Georgo Bryan and E. D. Thomason, of this city, for tbe petl tioner, and by J. T. Coleman. of Lynch? burg, for tho rcspondent, and submlt ted. Court adjourncd untii to-day at 10:30 1 o'clock. \u Carricd i:oncenlcd Itnznr. ' Charles Hcwitt was arrested yester? day, in the Second Dlstrict, 011 a chargo of earrving a concealed razor. Ho wlll claim in Polico Court to-day that thc InHtrumont has been used cxclunlvely for prlvate purposes, but hc may ad mlt, Judglng from m.'pearances. that it has been many days slnce hc l&Bted tlio bliule. Itiiildliig Pcrmlts. Building pcrmlts wcrc Uaued yesterday as follows: U. Olrvln, to cr'et a one-story brtqk dwel? llng 011 north sida of Cutherino Streot be? tween Oraltani and Gilmor, to cost $300. B. D. P. Gllmore, to erect a two-story brick tonement, and two two-story detached brick buildlngB, four dwollings, on tho , ,? north side nf Park Avenuo between Alllson lon I and Addlson .Streets, to cost $13,000. Madlson ciOi. Tlie following players wiil compose tlm team: B. Js'unnaliy, T. Jones, j II. Du Val, N. Smith, L. Nunnally, H. Nun I nally, C. Cook, XV. Jewctt, K. Kld. Tho j team wiil tiart practlelng in tho noxt fow wceks. Tlie Flnance Commltteo unexpoctcdly did nol meet last night. Messrs. I'utrnm. ond Abbott and others wero on hand, but found ' thc chamber dnrk. Mr. Bradlcy. chairman. was seen scttlng off at Byrd Streot Station with u grlp Iu lils hand about 9 o clock. J. D. Eggleston, .Superlntendent of Publin Instiuetioii. spoko last night in Swansboro I at tho Weatherford Memorial Baptlst Chureh in Uie intcrest of tho foundlng u? a new school ln thc suburb. Tho uuperlnteu Ident gavo manv valuable hleas along thls I line, aud hls iiudleneo eocnied thorougnly i In aympathy wlth hla suggestlona as to tlie I proposed new school. The Stato of Vlrglnla has 375,917 pupils enrolled. a per cont. 01 population enrolled of tS.67. a showing cx ; coeded by but few States. Mr. Kggleston ls anxlous to show tho appllcatlon of knowl odgo to the improvement of nianUlud, aud provlde such buildliiga, books nnd appara tus as may be uoodod. Thurman, four-year-old con of J. II. Wll llamaon, oj WoQilland Hoights, dled at hb -home ai n o'clock veatorday mornliig. Thi I funeral wlll i?. trom the residence thli 'morning ni io::.o o'clock. Interment wiil bi mado In Maurv Cemotory. The fun.mi nf Bornavd F. Snolllngs, agoi Boventeeu eears wim dled Wednesday a 3:"0 o'clock nt his home, HiOO Bvorott Streut touk placo trom Asbury Methodlst Churcl yesterday afternoon. Manchester l.odRe,' NoT U. A.. P. "nd A M., wlll liold a called nieutluB to-nlslit t work tho tlrst and second do?ree. Davls Council, No, ITJ, Jr. 0, U. A. M, mecta to-nlRlit at 7;30 o'oloclt. OBITUARY nl of VUr. Arn .ii uf Ueury C. -????"-? ,10 dled Wcdiu-sdnv ut hls residence. H 1 iiiirmi of Mr. Arnrti. o miu.t.u of Ueury C. Arndt. wh , , '." funei-ui of Mlsa Margarct. 1 etic ch 111 who dled W-ednosduv, wHl b held this morning tu 0:30 o'clock fi"i .v.., ,,,,n iui)i-|-,nig nt ti:.su ?l-'""'r.,,'.> '';'? residence, 8?? North Fourth bt r?e The servlces wlll be held ln St. 1'Qtei < hurch ui io uYioek. James A. .Jhuiiniun, ,t?|iechil inThcTlnios-DlsDtttch.l Chariuttesvliio, Yu., Fobruary ?J ?liunes a. ciianman, lor.yeara a loaii lurincr uf All.gmuj.lt 5*UiltJ'_ dl'QP this mornlng whllo on a vlslt l:o lvca nt Crlglorsvlllo, Madison ty. Ho waa slxty-thrce yenra of nnd' utiniurrlcd. He waa a. nn* of Albemiirle county, thu ?on of Inlc Jiimcs 13. Oliapman, ot Free n. Ono alstcr survlvcs', Mlss Imey man, of Aiuleus. Greenu counly Helen Vcrrcln. Speclal to The Tlmea-Dlapiitch.] .ntvnlo, Va., Fehriiury ll>.?Helen, seven yeara, daughter of Mr. and Mtlton Ferrels, dled at ti o'clock jrday at Montvalo. Dr. Tliomtts Albert Practor. Speclal to The Tlniea-Dltipntcli.] akes Branch, Va., February 10.? ThomuH Albert Proctor fllod at iomo near Hrakea Branch, on Vved ay. ln tho clfilily-llrst year of Hls Ho was u grndnatc of medicine aurgery of tho Unlversity ot Vlr a, nnd also of tho Unlversity of nsylvimla, nnd served as surgeon he Confedcrato itrniy during tne ro Clvll War. lirst with the I-or y Virglnla and later wllh the third I'gla Roglments. . ? .??? o is survlved by eight chlldreti, aona and two daughtera, ana liii ott.s grnndehlhlren. 1 ls ohl rei. LOWlS S. Proctor and William I. ers, Mr.s. Ileitlo Proctor ?ragp. OI aco Georgo county. nnd Mrs. Allco ctor Peeblc, of Sussex eounts, Va, 11 r?. AV. O. Mcnler. [Speclal to Tho Tlmes-Dispaleh-l noncer. N. C February 10,?Mrs. 'c Mealcr, aged about thlrty years, 3 nt her homo ln Spencer *<*%*? ; following a short lllness fol? survlved bv a husband and soverai ,ng chlldren. Tho interment wns do to-day. . Funeral of Mrs. Hill. [Speclal toTI.cTimcK-Dispatch.J 'ocahontas. Va., February /'>??'.?,?.? eral of Mrs. Lula Roynolds Hill, wlfe of Rufiis Hill, who dled here isday. was held yesterday ufternoon m tiio Methodlst Cliurch. of wli oh i was n member. Sho was a natlye Pulafiki City, Va-. and waa ln het mty-elghth year. The funeral was iducted by llev. Cnrtwrlght, of ura n, Vn, Sho is survlved l.y throo sls* s?Mrs. Wclch, of Fulaskl: Mrs.-W. Lowis, of Roanoke, Va.. and Mist ttle Revnolds. ot thts clly?and n ithcr. Gernett Roynolds Funeral ?>f ('. Poivell Hill. [Speclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch. I McMindria, Va.. February 10,?Thc dy or G. Powell Hill, who died it chmond, wa.s broutrht hcro thls af ?noon und burled ln Ivy Hill Cemc ?y, The aervlcoa woro conducted b> IV. W. F. Watson, pastor ot tho Flrs .ptlst Church. FuncrnI ot l.lmleu I.. Fcrgunou. ISpeclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.) Alexandria, Viu, Fobruary 1<?.?Tlu nurul ot Llndon L. Ferguson, w'n od Tuesday, took place from Grac< uscopal Church thlH afternoon. Th ceased was a son of William A. For ison. and waa twenty-flve years oh id unmurriud. Dles ln CtiRluiid. ISpeclal toThe Times-Dispatch.} Staunton, Va., February 10.?A cabl easago from Hincoln, Kngland ?ought to Charles E. Ashburn. buai ;ss manager of this city, to-day th jws of tho death of his eltitcr. Con ance, who waa at the head if rgo school for young women at 1-in >lu. Kuneral of Mr*. Utlitanrd. [Speclal toThcTlrr.r.-.Uispatch.l Monterey. Va., February 10.?The fi eral of Mra. Anne r. Bussard too lace to-day at Hlghtower, her remalt ivlng bce? brousht hero from tl roenbrior Valley, in Pocahontas, wht IN MEM0RIAM t'HITCOMB.?At o meeting of A Salnts' Church veatry, February 1910, the following proceedlngs wo Adopted: Tne vestry of All Sa'.nts' Churr Itichmond, Va., feels most senslh the prcfOuhd sorrow nn-1 grr.ri'. h reavenient whlch we are called up lo record, in the death of Us b loved and most hlghly estc-ni member r.nd junlor warden. CO ONKL HENRY D. VHITCOMB, w departed thls llfe January 26, 1910 ln tho death of Colonei Whltcot thc church has sustalned an Ines mablo loss, causlng il. the vestry, a the general communlty to mourn t surrender of a llfe that ha-s be so greatly valued and polnted to most worthy of etnulatlon. For many yeat? Colonei Whltcot was a true and valued mernber tho vestry of Mnnunvantal Chur from whicli hc hnd rebl?ned wh electc-d ln 1383 as one of a commlt1 of six to act ln the place of a vest and to aid in tho i'ormatlon of I congregatlon nnd construction of Salnts'. thc offsprtng of Monumen Church. Hc was one of tbe original gul ancl subscribed Uberally, aa he 1 always 'Jone, to the work of Ihe n church and other oblecta, and wl lt was entlt'ed tc a vestry ho v elected as one in whom all felt hlghest degree of confldcnce, ns pure, earnest and true example tho Chrlstian, the churchnian, i the hlghest type of a man uj whom the church und Its ves could rely ln every rcquirement. Hls dcvotlon to Its teachings i hls prompt and happy responscs its every call made. hlm valuablo i usoful to a hlgh degree ln all rc tlons. As a member of the building c< mltteo in tho construction of present church editicc, hls adinira iiualitles werc most hlghly api clated, together with hla hnowle aud experience in his professlon a clvll englneer. His acciualntanco with the car of the church, and hls love for c fonnlty to its laws, woro ever evldence, ancl his oplnlon commat tho hlghest respeet oa all ciuesti The subjects of tho >*.uitiful morials, Thc Beatltudos, ancl ot: contributed by him and hls fai to hls loved oues who havo preei hlm io thelr promised rest, Indi hls goocUioss and love for the te; ings of tho Blble. Hls falthful performance of i in hls profosalon as chlef engi of the Chesapeak'e nnd Ohio, on thc country'a grcatest railway tems, was evldenccd by the fact when President Grant was pas ovei; JJiat road ho so admlfed shiil of* its englneer that ho a an introductlon to Colonei V comb. who happoned to bo on traln, and who ivas later appol by t'eiieral Grant one of four Ut Ktutos commissloners to vlslt Nile nnd report on Its hydr; wot'ks, in the interest of the '. system in the Mlssisslppl, He rest tho Chesupenke and Ohio canal, identifled with tho James Htvcr Kanawha Canal, and was suporlt clent of tho James Blver lmpt mout for severai years, and renc valuablo servlco to hls countr her greatest need, whlch, ttddc hla lovo for lt nnd his devoted ilv. till made strong hls chan ancl intenslucd our love for hlm, having beon spared till neariy scoro years aiul ton, to ald ii affairs of tho church lnilltunt, ready to respond to tho summo tho church trlumphunt, whlch li wltli a lovlng farewell to his fi in his last faw moments. To tho vestry Colonei v\, left a beautiful legacy, in hls of oopylng ln hls own neat and blo handwrlting, aa a labor of tho proceedlngs of Monttmenta tho subscuuent proceedlngs o Salnts* veatry aiul congregntlo neariy iUtcen years, Into a new book. cuveiing about lo3 tluieof, cqual to over L'tiO'pas ordinary size, und thls when h< not fur from clghty years of : We should thank Ood for his llfe und example. Our tent sympathlcs aro heruby convey hls bercaved fumily. with tho p for the "penee of God which pt inttn's undovstaiuling." P. H. MAYO, |.\ S. VAUiXTtNl JOHN TYMSR, Commlt I?H.BS crUKl) 1\ ?1 TO 14 UA l'A?0 OINTMKNT is guarante ouro any caso of Itching. Blliul, 1 Ing or Protrudlng Pllos in (J to 11 qr money refumled. DQc, __, Iri Bed With Rheumatism for 3 months? Cured in 24 hrs. Sounds it's a fact scription ? Gift" has in many. too good to bc true, but Dr. Herndon's own prc known as "Gypsey's worked marvclous cures cases of Rheumatism which eminent physicians pronounced beyond thc possibility of relief. If you have Rheumatism, ''Gyp? sey's Gift" wiil cure you quickly, posi? tively, permanently. The medicine is sold with a fair and squarc guarantcc to cure Rheumatism in all its forms? or money refunded without question. II a bottle ls thc price of "Oyptey'a Giff-lt's worth * 1.000 to any sufferor-and in many cases ono bottle ls ?uffJclent tor a cure. F.ead Sruff & Obemlcal Co., Baltlmore, Md. Sold by TRAGLE DRUG CO., 817 East Broad Street her death occurred on Sunday nt the home of her .nn. ?Sho was tho widow of tho Intf- JeBBC Allen Ilussnrd and wa.s slxty-llvo yoars old, and the tnothor of XX'. A. Bussard, wlth whom she mado her home: I'rnnk, nt: CovlhgHon; Charles, of the Unlted Stateti standing armyi leaac B. Buasnrd and .Mrs. II. M. BlaVgn. ut Montoroy. .tlixM Mnry Cnrver. [SpoClal to The Times-Dlspatcli.l Frederlcksburg, Va., Fobruary 10.?J. w. nml Horaco Carveri of HiIh clty, received a telegram from tholr brother, II. M. Car+vor, ln Washlngton, an notin.lng the death of the latter's dauffhter. Mlsa May Cnrver. Thc Messrs. Carvor left for IVashinstton to attend tho funeral, whlch takes placo Thurs? day. Tliomna Cnrroll, [Speclal toTho Tlmes.Dispatch.] Hiistoi, Va., Fobruary 10.?Thomas Carroll, a vetoraii of the War wlth Mexlco nnd a pensloner of that war. la dead at hla home, near Hristol, nt the ajjo of clghty-seven years. Ftrnt Denth iu Flfty-Konr Venm. Kdlnburg-, Va.. l-'cbrtiary 10.?Kor tho first tlmc ln llfty-four years death has Invnded tho home of James M. I'ainter, Of thls town. hls wife having dled la.it night. UcsliU-8 the husband, ten ehll dren and the sanio number of grand thlldruii survlve. Mre. I'ainter was scventy-one years old. -rs. Allce C_o?Uinnn Mnbry. [Speclal to The Tlmcs-Dlspatch.l Ilylas, Va.. February 10.?Thls morn FUNERAL NOTICE PETKOCHIIiLT?Tho funeral ..f MIS. MAXIGARET PETROCHIiiM, whi iii<-,i February 9, wlll take plai . THIs MORNING from the house. 62: North Fourth Street, at, 9:10. Ser vlces at St. Peter's Chureh at II o'clock. DEATHS ARNDT?Died, at his late residence 1120 Brook Road, nt 10:13 o'cloch February 0. 1810. HBNRV C. ai.'NDT in the seventy-ninth year of hls nge He leaves three children to mour: their loss. They aro M. Aug. Arndi Mrs. F. Marchettl and Mrs. W. I Funeral from tho residence of hi son-ln-lawi xx. F. Rupp, 1J18 Broo Road. FlvimUARV 11- I9i?' .at o'clock. Interment in Oakwood. I.aavs?Died. at hor re?ldencc._10 Kast Jlaln Street, MISS I3D1 1 LAWS. at K' P. M. Thursday, 1'ct ruary 10, Mio. Funeral notlce later. MtNOS_Died. In St. LOUlS. Mo.. Fat ruarv .t. 1911'. FRANK CRAWSHA"* HINDS'. Funeral noticc later. _ An Unavoidable Delay at the factory has made. it impossible to make prompt delivery of premiums. As soon as the goods arrive (within a week or 10 days) announcement wiil be printed in this space. ?/;_ _ FEBRUAR.Y 11, 1910. NOTICE?A complete set consists of 30 cou? pons of consecutive dates, only one coupon of each date wiil be accepted in each set. You can begin s'aving on any date, just so they are of consecutive dates from the day you start. ?ffilM SAV1WG TQ^jBAY. Do you rcalize tlio importance of ready cash? Splen'did investment or business opporttmitics are almost daily presented; which you have, - no doubt, beon unable to grasp for Iack of ready money. Begin the year 1010 by saving some portion of your aalary each pay. day. Dcposit it in thc SAVINGS DEPARTMENl ot thia strong mstttu tion, together with thc 3 per cent. compound intcrest wc pay, it, wtlhnot be long before vou wiil have a suft'icicnt amount to enablc you to better yourseli when thc opportunity cotucs. One dollar wiil atart an aecount. Planters Na\ Main and Twelfth Streets, Richmond, Va. Capital, $300,000. Surplus and Profits, $1,200,000 Ing ut :! O'clock Mrs. Allce Uoodman Mubiv dled at the home of her broth . r-ln-iiiw. I>t. 1*. Blcdsoe. 6hO leaves four slsters?Mrs, Bledsoe, Mrs. virgin lus Bowles, Mrs. Tom Mosby and Mrs. Stephen t'athrlghl, und two brotlierF. fohn t'oodman. "f Richmond, and .lames GooUman, Of Goochlitnd. For Infantu and Children. The Kind You Hava Always Bought Bears the Slgnaturo of w& k-M Make the Liver, Do its Duty ) Ntne time* in ten when the liver it right the" itom&cb snd bowel* are right. CARTER'S UTTLE >?** UVER PILLS getulybutfirmlyci _ Cu:es C< itdpation Indigci tion, Sick - ~ Headache, and Dutresf afUr Eating Soull Pill, Sm-.ll Don, Sm-Jl Prie? Qtnuln* must bt&r signaturc. 'W999WmrW99rW&99Wt^tm Unusual Opportunlty * to Visit Europe With a small conpenial party of Sc-uth crners A charmlngly planned iuner mv Includes Italy. Swjtzcrland, Ctr manv. Holland, Belglum. bavarla. France, Kngland und ricol at.d Coach In- in English aud Scottlsh lake .11 trusts and the Passion Play among the uttractlve fcatures. Moderate cost. Immedlate appllcation nccessaiy. Ad drcW -TOUII.S." care Times-Dispatch.