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The E. B. Taylor Co.
Main Street Store CXDOCDO After Stock Taking Sale The E. B. Taylor Co. have a repu tation for offering only the best that can be had in the various lines of Cutlery and Plate Ware. Specials in Rogers' Plated Ware Teaspdons, fancy and plain patterns.10c each Tablespoons, fancy and plain patterns.I9c each Solid Handle Knives, plain.19c each Solid Handle Fdrks, plain.19c each Hollow Handle Forks; plain.19c each Rogers' Horseshoe Brand Knives and Forks.$2.98 per set Special in Steel Blade Knives and Forhs Celluloid Handle. Knives and Forks.24c each Special in Butcher and Kitchen Knives Steel Paring Knives. 4c each Steel Paring Knives, hard wood handle. 9c each Steel Butcher Knives, 6-irich blade. 21c each Specials in Bread Knives 3-piecc Set, Bread, Cake and Fruit Knives, 10c per set Christy Wood Handle Bread Knife.19c each Special in Carving Set 3-picee Carving Set, in lined box; a good article.$2.25 per set Specials in Toilet Sets 12-piece Tintecl Set, with gold; large size picc.es.$4.98 per set 10-piecc Tinted Set, V :nv price.$2.85 per set XKXDO The E. B. Taylor Co., Main Street Store _?_???? ""^_5_ ABAIVDOA'S MEDICAL SCHOOL. Universlty Abollsbes Itntrlich Dcpnrt- I nicnt?May Eslabllsli IS'ew Collcjjc. [Special to Thc Tlmes-Dlspatch. 1 : Ralelgh, N. C, February 12.?Follow-I Ing ihe action of tho trustees ot the | UnlA'erslty of North Carolina in votlng I tn abollsh thc Ralelgh department of the Universlty School of Medicine, be? cause of the lack of sufflci'ent support from the Lcgl-lalure to thc universlty ? to warrant maintaining tho Ralelgh department of the Medical School on Bufticlently icreditablo a scale to do l Justico to the State Universlty, then; ] com'cs the authorltatlve statement from jjarties close to tho work in Ralelgh that this wlll result ln the cstabllsh Tiient of a great medical college In Kalelgh. The prcKent faculty of the universlty department here Wlll meet withln thc Tiext few days and take action. tho r< Art Exhibition At the Y. M. C. A. AUDITORIUM, February 14th, from tAVO to six P. M., and eight to ten o'clock P. M.; and February 15th, from tAvelve to four o'clock. A most interesting and tnstructive exhibition and dcmoti stration of Kodak work. No charge for admission. You Are Cordially Invited to Attend. The Bell Book and Stationery Co., Kodak Dealers 914 East Main Street. ,tfj..,...J ?I5?i.tSSSSS ;*>?>??? ???n i 5mS ii iiti^i5SB :onvIctIon belng that thero ls a great jpportunlty here through thc presenco of Rcx Hospital and Shaw Universlty and St. Augusline llospitals, and tho otlicr Statc hospituls, and tlie Stato and other laboratorics, to whicii tiic .students would have access. All thls is In addition to thc fact that Ihe universlty medical depart? ment is now ln succcssful operatlon here, "?as providing tho "opr-nliit; wedge" for ihe ustablishnicnt of tho collego proposcd. To FMtnlillsh Kew Traln Serviec. I Special to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch. 1 l.ynchhurg, A'a., February 12.?Tho Norfolk and AVestern Rallway on March S wlll establish a now train servlce between Petersburg and Lynchburg; by which an early train In the rhornlng will. be Klven Lyhchhurg from Ihe liast and Petersburg wlll be gl_yi a late aftornoon train from the AVest. GREAT INTEREST -iiviik'h'.s Movement Lias Gaincd Widcspreatl 1 [old in Soutii. 3IG INCREASE IN PLEDGES Vforc Tlian $100,000 lixpectcd to Be Raiscd for thc Cause. f&pccla'lto Tho 'rimoa-Dlspoloh, l ?liifkson. MIss.i l-'ebruary I..?Tho 2onvcntI'o'na of the great Laymen's stlsaionury Movement, tho strong or? ganizatlon of Christian men, on tho .lincrary now belng mado through th.. South, aro prdgresslng wltli In Li-rost und with largq results ror tlio ?auf-e of world-wldo evangollzatlon. I'hi- cltles where tho Conventlons have loen hold ln ovory Instanco havo heon iwakencd ns nevor heforo on thc sub ii-i-t of forelgn mlsalona. Tho pledges nf tho churches ln tho conventlon Cltles to thls ciiuso hnve udvtineed 2D pc. cent. ln ovory Instoncc over tho amount contributed last year, and in sotno inatancoa tho Increaso has been far moro than tlmt. Tho total amount cOntrlbutccl i>y tho villo, Tcnil;, last ycai the plodpo for thls $.'1(1,000 already. Thc sonville. [??la* uirchoa 1n Nash was $36,n<)0, whilo year lias pussod churches in jack only $.1,500 last and thoy pleugotl $10,000 for thls . cur. lilir incrcnac ln I'ledgca. Tho conventlon wlilch haa recontly closed ln Montgomery, Ala., was ono of tho most intcrsting so far in tlio lllncrary, aud tlio mlssionary commlt tocs wero so well orgtmized ln tho varlous ohu'rohoa thero that. thc "fol low-up" campalgii was begun on Mon lay last, the day after tho conventlon closed. _?-.. churches of that clty havo Mcdgcd Ji.'.ooo to forelgn mlsslons thls ,-oaf, aa agalnst $G,325 given last year. rho result. from tho elght. conventions ilready hold will glve a total lncrease if almost $GO,0(io over tho amount coti .riliuted ln ti.cso citles last year, and ?vhen tbe Itlnerary haa boen completcd t Is not rlsklng too niucli to say hese figures will have reaclicd $loo, 100 or moro. Those flgurcs apply uiiy to tno Fouthern ltlhcra'ry, and a iikc lncrease will no douht result from Llio conventidhs being held ln tho N'orth and Nortwliost. I'lnr Wurli ,,f l.endcra. i Rev. D. Clay Lllly, D. t>.. wlio is Ui ?octlhg tho campalgn through tho, South, and tho corps of other able' upcakers who are accompariying hlm, ire prescnting the mlssionary cnter prise to tho mon of the South in a manner that is provlng an cducatlon | nnd an inspiratlonj and is bearlng largo results for thc extenslon ot tho gospel ln heathdn lands. Lr. Lllly Is successfully influenciiig Ihe united Christian church of tlio .-oulh to realizn us never beforo these facts: whilo _f unevangcllzed people. there aro 500.000,.i unevangoilzed i" toroign lands, and ??!' all tho money which church contributcs annually for cause of evangollzatlon, ?."> per is kept ut home, whilo only X> cent. Ii used p.broad; also that of tho misslonarles who arr- smit out to do this work of evangellzation - prr certt. only go to the forcign field, while t'S per cent. labor in tb0 homo land. Forelgn MIsMonnrlcs Attcnd. Several forelgn trilssllnairlcs, who nro now at homo for a briof soason of rcst. are among thc Speakers on tho conventlon program. None of thoso Is board with more interest and profit than Rov. A. 1'. Parkor, L>. 1>-, most of whoso lifc us a preacher has beon spent ln Chlna, and Itcv. Willis lt. llotchklas, who has spent fourtocn yoara in thc Interlor of Drltiah Last Atrlcai , . , Dr. Parker .s closoly idcntlfied wlth Ihe hlstory of .-e Chlncao ompirc dur? ing th.- past tbirty-flvc years, and no man who labors tliere is held In hlgiior regard bv tho natlve Chinesc. Mr. Ilotchklss went to Afrtca when no convonionces cxisled thero, aud | the only way to reach tho placc j hero hc openod a misslon station was ; > walk through jungles, where ho as otten attacked by llons and othor ild beastsj lio wont out as a very jung man. and ho is thc one who flrst inveyed tho moanlng of tho word ivbnii- to the tribes among wbnm ho labors, and his appoals for llght for tlio thc cent por wli "dark ooniincnf'-.arc unanswerable. Among thc recent additlons to tho conventlon speakers aro Dr. Samuol B. Capen, of Boston, chalrman of tlio executivo commlttee of tlio Natlonal Laymen's Missionary Movomeut, and Mornay Williams, of Now York, vlce chalrman of tlio same commlttee. Tln- conventions in . inost Instancos bogln with a suppor, and aftor tlils social feature. threo or four addrosaos aro board from men who set hlgh the atandard of forcign missions in tiie very opening of tiie conventions. BUIUED IN FREDKRlCKSUCKp. Mrs O II V. Bolmont'a Uriindmollicr'a Ka ' mnins Hi Masonlc Cemetery, FroderlclCBbure. Va., Februaiy^ 12.?In the ,,,.??,, cemetery hero la bnriod tho grand n,ot . rot Mra. W. IC Vanderbilt. who la now Mrs. O. II. 1'- Belmont. of Now lortc. S?o waa Misa Dolla Forbos, of Dumfrloa, v-i nml wita tb<> wifo of Murray Smlth, born July V?. HSO; dled April S. 1M1. Her '"" i-yin that portion ot tho comotcry Um will not be dlaturbod whon.'tlje Maaonic Tomnle 1h bulli. on iho cemolery lot. ? A?_iii.'r cravo b<?? thiH liiBcriptlon: ??II,"-.- lbs tlio body of Luvvla l.lttlopago, who wiih linrn lu th? county of 1 Imiovor. in th. fitato of VlrBliila, on tho lotb day of Dacntn'bor 1702, ?nd rioparlcd lliin bf" in t-redorlcksbiu-B ?'? tho 10th day of .luly, 1803 aK?'tl M yoara nnd 7 niontlis. Itonorod ! lor' many yurs Wlth iho oatooin nnd con ndonca "f tl'n unfortiiniilo Btanlalaua AUr I Kuatus, Klng of Poland, lio held undor that monarch, until ho 'oet hla ilironr. the inont I atatlnpulshod officeB. Jb- waa by him. cre ntod "KniKlit oC tho nrcli-r of St. btanla , ibiis." Chamberlaln aud Conndontlal Sooro tarv lu hla Cablnet, antl actod sh IiIb apo Iclal envoy'ln "'u most inniurimu nugotla LiopB of ta'lonta, jnllltary aa well aa olvil. 'ho Bcrved wlth crcdlTas im officpr of litsb Irailk in dlffircnt armlea. In prlvato ho waa charltablo, ceneroua and Juat, and "> > lo varlou. publlo o.Tli-08 wlilch he lllled, _ lio aotod wlth uniform ma_iianiinity, tnloiuy I a'_hla?_ravo nlao will not bo dlahirbod. >VANT k.vaau.m:hs rist.vinho. CiiiuDlicll County TenoHcra ??iu>0?'? A1,? ilttiin ot TIiIk Qfllco. I Special to'l'bo 'l'lincs-Hlspatcli. 1 Lynchburg, Va? February 1".-?1 Ijc t'ampboll County Toachcr.s' Association, wlilch nii-t tlils week at Buatborg adoptod i-osolullons ln wlilch lt lf olaimod that tho ubolltion ot tho oluot Of tbe dislrlct school oxanilners woulc bo u tnistnko. Tlio toacbers wont or record uh bollovlng. thnao exaniinon havo dono inoro to ItuproVo th" rura cboolM, and to ui-ouso intorost in i-dit atloii than all other Inlluoncea com liiiiod. Tlio association also wont on recori aa oondomnlng- tho present toaclicrf Vionalun law, and calls upon tho iren ural Asacmbly to pipvldu. tor tha vun Afternoon Tea neglni.li.r: Tuo-day, February IS, nnd hcrcaftrr on Tttrsday md Thursdn.i nfternooiiB. frohi -l io ii, wo wlll nervo Afternoon Tenn in tho Cnfe. Special Advance Sale of AFTERNOON TEA (Continued) Tho inmill ivlll bn chntlgOil rncli day, and wlll CotialSt >>f Irnlt. miliid, frnli sandwlch or I'cuiir. other nttractlve dlsli, wiih ?inlntv wnfora niiti i< ii. Tho aor vlco 'wlll bo *_(ii' each. Tnblea rwiy bo reaerved for miiiim-o pnrtlcs iipoii appllcatlon to Mra, lloyslor, ellhor by 'phono or ln p'Tson lii tho citfo. Women's and Misses' New Spring Suits A Rare Opportunlty for Money Saving A fortunate circumstance placcd us in possession of about 200 new Suits. Every one made in the new spring modcls, and whilc these Suits Averc not made cspecially for us, they were manu^ facturcd by a firm that are cqually as particular about thc quality of material used and thc workmanship as wc are. Wc bought them at prices that will cnablc us to savc you from $5.00 to $10.00 on every Suit, and then take into considera tion thc season has hardly opened and that these Suits are cor rect in every particular. Remember after this lot is sold wc cannot duplicate these Suits at these prices, which are much less than some would scll for at thc end of thc season. Think of buying now a Spring Suit at July reduc? tion prices. Examination of these Suits is all that avc ask. Thc quality and prices will convince you. READ?Then?LOOK Women's Tailored Suits, black and bluo, mado <>f worsted, ln vlslblo strlpo serge, coat tho new lengths, correel modela and llned with guaranteed sa'.ln; skirts of new Pleatcd doslgna. A glance wlll convince you that tho real value is lioarly double, $9.98 Women's nnd Misses Suits. ln black and bluo French serge and other doslrablo materials, ln most nf tho sprlng shades; some have roll collar raccd wltli .-llie of sclf-coltir. othcrs with man ni?h tailored notcned coat rr.i jur: coats 32 and z.\ Inchca long, skirts tho neweirl styles. Thla |oi wiii savo you $10.nn on a sult, $15.00 Clever dcslgna In AA'omcn'a and Mlaaea ulti. in almost .11. liy tw nnil materials These nro cut and made after tho most proved patterns for spring; tho lining talfota or yarn-dyed sVjiln, in the siiadi '. worth J-7.."iti, at 3 iiim jumacs v rioty ?t Btj lo ? I irec >>f ,1 klniL ' 0 iiinst a|> llnings arof new sprlng \ 1 In thls lot of Suits you "wlll find Fmn Srrgc nnd AVorsteda of several weayes, In I black nnd nearly all tho new i-prtnir Shades,! llned with flno llghtwet-ht yarn-dyed nllks or( satln, tlie very newest styles, and can't bo \ matched anywhoro for les.< tlian $35.00, at / The Balance of Our Winter Coats and Suits Selling at Greatly Reduced Prices slon fund to cdmo out of tho reve nues of tho State. The association also indorses thc State universlty for women. SISTIXK ( IIAI'F.I, 4I.KAM_I>. Pone -icascil vtilli llie Itciiuties llc vcalcd b.v Itemovnl of Dirt. [Special Cublc to The Times-D spatch. I Itome, February 1-.?Tlie great' fres coes of the Florentlno and Umbriaii school. covering tho walls of the l'a mous Sistlne liko beautiful rugs, have bccn clcaned of dust by an claborato process, undcr the guidance of tlie re storer of Da Vincl's "Last Supper." AVlien the Popo saw Iho cliapel for the llrst tlmc after thu* ronovatlon ol' th.- frcscocs he exprcsscil hlmself ltlghly plensod and dcclared that ho had never known thc full cxtent of tho bcautles of the chapel before. ItrlgiitiiH ?u n .lunkcl. [Spoeial Cablo to Thc Tlmcs-lMapnti'h.l London, February 12.?Tho Belglan mission. which arrlved in London tu formally announco to King Edward thc accession tu the Helglan throno of King Albert, which has been utiolli clally known for some llttlo tlme, got through Its business In about ten min utes, and then returned to Claridge's Hotel to have a. good time for a few days. Over-Eating Worse Than Starvation Seven Denllis Arlsc from Thls Cnu.ir lo <lne ol' Lnck of Fou?l. A Trlnl I'arknge of Stun'rt'M Uyspcpsln TnlilulN Sent l<*rce. An Kngllsli medical observer clnlms that for oim dcutli to? sliirvallon Ihero ara seven from ovor-oaung. Ills invesilgatio'n i? nppalling nud leads one lo bcliovo lhat nmong thu Anglo-Saxon race. ovor-catlng ls a na? tlonal crline. Thls iuvestlgalio'n proves over-oat-' ing to I,. ihe cause, in ten cases out of twelvc, ut dyppcpsla, lndlgesllou at.d stomach trouble. Those dlseases hrlng on decay aiul decline. i.i ii,,. uther organs. and death ensiies hecausn of an inablllty of tho system t.. fumlsh proper nourlshment to tho dyinB and aflllcted parts. AVhen ono over-oats one oxhausts the gnstrlc Hulds, tlirowa iindigostod food Into the ininstlnos. where it creatct polsou and germ llfe, nud la nnallj absoriieii |? ., p?trld state or thrown from tlio :=ystoni ln a deonylntf form. Stuurt's nviinonsla Tablct.s will over eninn tho ill oftoots of gluttony and Irrogulnr eatIng. They wlll ?1 ??*?,??' "'' abnoini.il amount of food and wlll not leave tho stomaeh untll cviirythtng has buell (iu;,. |,.,| A slngle uno-graln Ingredlent of these t.ti.i,.,., wi|, dlgoHl. 8.QQ0 grnlns of food. u?d iu this proportton is soon how eve? Kiutiony can bo .vorcoino or nt leuai lm ,?o_t harmful effeots ro "lM-ku un yo,,,- mliiU to tvy.Stuar?a nyspepsltt Tuhlots for ono week. ln??? a lablet utter oach, meal ?nd .upon o Urliigni nlght, F.vory drugglat cu - rlos them I,, ?tcick* nrlco GOe. M Y huvo ii drui','ifaU ,-le.id1 nsk ill" ? , n ""j Send us y011l. name nnd andre ss ? i1" we will _,.,U| you a trial paokagp fioe ,hy majl, \ddrcHB F. A. Btuart tQ?.l^ lBtiuu-L U}<1_? J_,ar'ilivll.-;Mlch. . SPRING HATS ARE LHR9ER THAN EVER [Speclal Cabln to Tho Tlm.-s-DispatcIi.] Parls, February 1!,?Sprlng haia nro big gor than ovor. Valontino and Camlllo aro showlng mmo attractlve modela, ono ot Italian atraw, UUo tho old-fasliioncd log horn, but llghter in welght, whllo another is of tlc: new Louls xvi. Hbaj.c, faeeil with lar, nnd havlng a magnlflccnl ruby-colorcd feather placed dlre'ctly at the back. Thla ahailc of rod, almost Indcacrlbablo ln lts rlch color, rafluctlng violet. promlsca to bc lirst i-holi-o in popularity thla sprlng. Most attractlve are tha huRu nlgrottui of flowura accu on many of tho now hais. It ls so long aliic-o flowora woro us^cl for tho adornmont of headgoar that tholr rcappcar ancc will im doubt charin ovory ono ln acarcJi of a varjatloh from tho hltherto in ovltablo loathcrs. For drcaa matorlala, zoft. changeabio silks nro to bo ?uscd for all guwna for afternoon and ovunlng wear. Thero Is a do i-iib-il tcndonoy to a rovival of Scotch plald cffects. All Iho caahmcro and Oriental dealgna ajiil effotes aro to be acvn 111 the foluarda and lllu; matcrlals. CoHtimiea for I'ngMint. [Special Cable to The Tlnios-Dlspatc'.i.j London, February 12.?Fiftocn lliou sand hlstOrlcal costumes, to be worn in thc great London pageant next June, will bo provlded by .Mrs. Colquhoun, inistress of the robes of tho pageant, who has a truly formidablo task be? foro lior. All llicso costumes, ranglng in style from the stono ago to tho eightcontli ceiitury, must be designcd aud mado within threo months. Korpiimn?.Jlycrs, | Speclal to Thc Tlmcs-Dlspatch.'l Lynchburg, Va.. February 12.?Mr. and Mrs. Willlam Davld Myers havo announcotl tho cngugoment of thclr claughtor, Mlss Margarot Loo. Myers, to Willlam liustol Fqroman. Tho mar? rlago will tako placo carly during thc comlng sprlng. ? I1I5XKV GIUFFIN A SUICIDE. Gosalp of Nclghhnr.H Dr'ove Fnrmer Tciiipornrlly lusiiiic. [Speclal to Thc Tlmes-Dlapatch.1 Capo Charles, Va., February 12.? Horiry Grli'fin, sixty-two years of ngo, a farmer. couimltted sulcido at bls homo at Maabna carly yesterday morn Ing by blowlng off his hoad wlth a shotguu whllo toinporarlly dorangod. lt wan in front ot hls homo tliat Fred williams was shot and kllled from utiibusli a short timo ago, and later lion Lownlng, a rivnl ot Wll liams, who was accusod ot tho mur dor, committcd suicido in Griffln's yard, Noighbors' goaalptng had ititirnatcd lhat (irlffln wos Implicatod In tho murdor, laklng their tltoory from the proxlmlty lo hls homo as tho sconr 01' tho iragcdios. Thoy had told thc old man of tho rumors and also ol socing tho gliosts of tho iloud mor on hls property. Theso reports proyci! upon hia mind so us to causo hlm tt loso hls reason. (iarnot Olayton, a son-in-law ol Grl'lfln, ls now in jall at lOustvilh awnltlng trlul for alleged coinpllclt} ln tho murdor ot Williams.. ' Thc aulcklo ul QrUtlu inakea u.-:lot_. of threo doaths us a sequonce of Ihe love affair of two youths. yisrd'icts set aside. Unnuige Sullin Agnln.il A'irglnlan Itnll rond AVIII Ur* Trlcil Agnln. [Special to Thc Tlrnesr?UBn-txmi Lynchburg, Va.. February 12;?Judge Barksdalc, of tho Campbell Clrcuit Court, has set uside tho vcrdlcta ln si.x burnlng cases against tho A'lrgin ian ItatlAvay, which aggreg'ated *u,000, for allegcd burnlng near Brookncal. Tlie court holda that the OVldorice was not concluslvel that tho llres were started by n Vlrglnlan locomotlvc, al though tho inference la that they were. The suits go to trial again in March. F.VE.V CHANCE KOIt ItKCOVEItY. Pliyslcinns I'crfprm ncllentn Ouerntlon un John Go'oilykoonl-. [Special to Tho Tlmes-DIspatcn.J j Lynchburg, Va., February 12,?Dr. ! John AA'. Dlllard, of tliis clty, asslsted THREE See me before buying and be convinced that wood is wood, but there are three times as many grades as kinds. There are three grades in nearly every ear load sold here. The better grade will give three times the heat, Avill split three times as easy, will last three times as long. Will cook a good meal three times as quick. Will eultivate a good, pleasant disposition three times as long. Will extend times of ordering next load three times as long. Will make your niohey go three times as far. 1 am the wood man. Scparate my Avood as it is saAved and delivered to suit every housekceper. All I ask is a trial. I dcliver in Highland Park and suburbs same day ordered, because I have a branch at Highland Park. Phono Monroc 1320. General office phone, Madison 1069 and 1070. LONG. HAIR MATTRESSES $9, WORTH $23. GOOSE DOWN PILLOWS $1.23, WORTH $2.30 liaviiip^piirchasctl a large (|iiantity of loilg Clicly hair fincl goqse down i<-*vihers at a rcniarkably low pricc, I am prcparcd lo lllhko'lip aiutilcliver ti*.? Roods' atxpriling tn thc foregqing. He.its best felt^bccftuacit is more (-?if.ifpituble to He upon nnd can hu nia_g over for ceuturics. Address ADAM DIACiONT, Muttrcs.s Manufticiurer, 2225 Vcnablo, or Phono Madison 951-.1. by Drs. Lcwls, Burks and Trout, of Roanoke, nml Dr. Slaughtcr, of Lynch? burg, thls afternoon op^ratcd upon John Goodykoo.ntz, of Roanoke, rc moving tbe prcssuro on his braln, which rcsulteU ffbtn a compqund frue tiiri) recolvctl yesterday, whion ho was htrtick ln tho iiead by rocks from a blast near th'O ClfyV Il'o h:us not re galned consclqusness; and will hardly do so beforo tb-morrbw. Dr, Dlllard stated td-hlght that G-oodykoont-'s clmncea for rccovcry are about even. SurveyliiK llie Hiippalinnuock. [Special tu The Tiin. .-Dispnceii.i L'rbaima. Va., l-Vbruary 12.?A corps of Unlted States ertgincers is now here maklng a coust and goodetlc survey of tlio Rappahafinock Rtvcr and tlio liar bors and cr-.-.-ks oi'nptylng into same, for tho purpose of i-orreciing old charts, showlng iho burs, slioals and liglits.