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of thc Flrst Dlstrlct wlll sign tho petl? tlon thls imunliiK, and as BOOtl as lt is completcd thc paper win bo forwardod to Yoder. Thc nmttcr has been taken up with grcnt oflrncstnes? nnd with entlre slncoitty of ptirpose, Thc petl? tlon fOllOwi! Atloti A. Yoder, Cltyt Denr Mr,?Sfntcnieni* hnvlng liren recently mnilc liy you Ihnl ecrfnln Iti formntlnn tn jour pon-csxlnii luiil licrn Klvrn you liy mrinlirr? ?f <Iic Police Drpnrtiitenl of <hli clij*, tip, lln- iiiulor Hlcncd nfllccrs nnil mcu ol <be -nld l'? llic Ocpnrtinriit, ,lo uiomI cnnipslly nnil resxtectfully nstc rit.it you divnfge the iiniuc- of (IniNP tvlio gnve you HUCll In fnrmnlliiii. Wc fipiirrcliile >our nintlve Iu prrNlsiniil.i refiinlng to unmc llie pnrtlrs, liuf w iniiHt rcnillid you lhn( ?<>ur rcfti?nl does rnrli nnd rvrry one of ii- ii scrlnu- Injiisllrc. >Vo miltc i in thi- petltlon. lie.-nme Trlnl To-I)n,v. Thc trial of Yoder will bo reaurhod I this morning nt 11 o'clorlc. After Mr.; Glass has finlshed hls testlmony thc i jawybrs nnd court wlll bcgln on the in- | structlons, nml argument before thc .1uj-y will begln probably before ad .iournment for lunch. \V. I'. Leaman, who, Yoder charged, bore thc reputa? tlon of golng through the "dlstrlct" to colloct graft, wlll petltiou that he be allowed to make a statement in dcnlal of ihe allcgatlon, which lm has char nctorlzed as mallciously falso, and to ilefend hlmself before tho publlc. Th nttorncys for tho prosecutloh wlll bo me'rclless and unsparlng iu their ar ralgnment of thc defendant. Mr. Mere dltli will inaki- a strong argument in bc-half of hls client. Argumont on tho Inslructlons has been concludcd, but no word as to thclr nature has beon divulgcd. lt took many hours lo pre pare them. as proceodlngs for criminal llbel nrc cxtrcincly rarc nnd unusual. Thcrc are few nuthorltlcs on the mat? ter and few cltatlons from cases. Tha penalty, though not flxed by statute in Virginla. may bc llne, lmprisounicnt or both. The New Standard in Newspaper Ethics I'cliriiary .">, 1010. 3Ir. A. A. Yculcr, Klchmoinl, Va.i Denr Mr,?I notlce tHIN niornlng from tlie Vlrglnlnu tliat j-ou wlll cntcr suit .-n:nii:?i Tlie TlmeH-Dls patcli, nnd I nm very glnd Indeed lo liear It. 1 hnppeuci] to hear your exainl nntion regnrUlng tlie cmiting llie nniiic of Mnnnlag, nnd thc judgr promptiy ruEcil th? otrc'lloii oul I reiiirmbrr very dintliictly, nnd I *triis( you wlll hc able (o show them Mp In the proper. Hght lf thcrc ls nny yrny <o ?!o lt, nnd al-n filnccrcly trtiM thnt you vrlll be nhlc to mnke tbcm pny dnmnge.i. I hcrcwltli iurloNe you check for 525, which I Kiihncrllicd sotue llini* ngo to your (lrlcn-r fitinl, nnd It ?give* me great plcasurc Jt> do so. With hest nl-hef*, I ara, Yours trtily, It. S. UAJUlOin. H. S. Hnrliour Is vice-pTesldcut, fltrector, Inooriiointor nnd ?>ne of thc chief owner*, If not tlie chief own? er, ot tiir Itlchmond Vlrgrl-lnn. Mr. _nr'.iour? pupcr hns cnKuscd lo Iu. Irodiice :i new -liimlnrd of news? paper ethlca In Itlchmond. There can be no qucMtton llmt it ts dohic ?o.?Kditorial from The Tlmes-TJis patch of yesterday. ! t STILLJIGITSTEI 8f FEBERAL PIE Looks Like Fifth District Would a Get Best Piece of Govern- e ment Patronage. I Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.] YTashlngton, D. C, February 13.? Thc marshalshlp and dlstrlct attorney ahlp for the Wc-stern District of Vlr? glnla are M.M jjgJtafing tiie Republl cans of thc Tcnth, Fifth and Nlnth J'istricts. But, the general impresslon licre is that a shitc has been agrced iijioii at thc Whilc House, and unlesa somethlng unexpeeted comes to break it, thc plans of tho organization will be carrlcd out tu tlie letter. Tlie Fifth District needs boostlng, ihe rtepubtlcans know, and. thereforc, iiic best ide-ce of Federal pio _hould SO there. Thc marshalshlp is worth more than tlie attorneyship. a O. J'rouit, from tho Fifth. is plcked to wln. In case that he does, Earncst Uillcsple, of the Nlnth, may bn ap polnted district attorncy. a Harris Hogc, of Roanoko, has bccn spoktu oi for thc attorncyphip, but it looks as lf he i.would get tho post-officc job, Colonel S, Brown Allen and hls nl lies have not glvou up yet, and it may be weeks before they do. Some turii might lorac to muddy the watcrs for Um: patronago dlstrlbutora. ,\i nas time. however, everything is salllng snioothly. H. E. C. B, A Vn-SALOOA LBAG__ Hili.Ii> GUEAT IUVLLY Iripecial to The Times-Dispatch.] Lynchburg. Va., Kebru:u-y 13.?A big rally was hold thls afternoon at the Aeadeiny of .Musio under thc ausplcos of lhe Aint-i-.aloon L,eaguo, when ad drcsses as to conditions licre under no llcense wero made by W. II. Wranek, Kdward _*. Sheffey and Jftevs. I. T. Ja CObs nnd H. II. Rcnnott. Rov. .!. D. McAlllster, lield sccretary or the State Deftgue, mado an address in which he soverely arralgned the natlonal llquor lnterests. for methods belng uscd to stop lhe?spiead of proliibition. Wlicn asked whether or not the meeting fa? vored tlie reference of Stato-wlde pro? liibition to the people, only a few per? sons did not FUnd. The overwlielmlhfi HentJinent was for a State.wide vote, Kiiu Uowii by Traln. t.Speclal toTJie Thues-Dlspatch.] Cupe Charles. Va? February 13.? Capta,,1????h? "' Quat1' oi Winchcstcr, was killed lust evening on tho track of tho Delaware, Maryland and Vir? ginia Railroud, on the marsh on ihe malnland between lhe oriv, way ai U the Narrowa, by a upoclal traln Can? tain Quall was ,walkln_ alom the iracks, carrying a lantern, and dld v not hear the englno as lt upi,ru_eli,.ri ? a ns he was cleaf. He wtf_ _\rUc_? h?' lore he could get o? the "r_ck_ 1.K body belng burled some dietancrf Death wus Instantaneous ii, !.. - itbout sevc-nty-nvo yoare ot oge, and i? i-urvivcd by two nons?John H DiirH Jr.. ?ud Charles Quall?both of Win tl Suiullpox AniouK PrUoui-m, [Special to Tho Times-DlKpatch 1 f-allsbury, N. _., February ia ion aceount of thc appcaranoe of hmall l>ux aiiiong tho pritioiiors In Rowan county jail, tho sprint- tenn of .Su perior Court for thls county wlll not hold its UBUul scbslou hero this week Judgfl Crawford Uiggs, who was ui toiiveiio tho court to-morrow, |u?s uranted ? re<iucjstof the Sallsbury Uar Afcfcoclatlori tu adjourii thc regular fn-m. untll the dUeuse Uleappeais^ TWIAl-S ofthe NEEDEMS Er7 \VKK- fKfl PIU-- lOPIlA-S 10* Munyon's Pow Faiv IMlla COa_ the liver Into nctlvlty by gentlc methods. Tliey do uot seour, grlpc or wcuken. They are a tonic to the stomach, liver and nerves; Invlgorato instead of weaken. They on. rlcli thc blood and enable tho stomach to get all tbe nourlshment from food that Is put Into lt. These pills coutaln no cnlo inel;.thcy nre soothiug, heBlIng and stlra uhiting. For sale by all druggists iu 10c nnd i!5c sizes. If you need medical ad? vice, wrlte Munynn's Dnctors. They will advlse to the best of tholr nblllty nbso lutely freo of Charge. Ml'NYON'S, GSd and JeVcrion Sts., Philadelphla, Va. .UGHES MUST M TULEOFMOStS (Contlnued From Klrst Page.) llowed to go any deepcr than waa ocessary. "It Is unfalr to Mr. Woodruff, Sen tor Depew and Mr. YVadsworth to Bay hat they wero not ln harmony wlth he oplnlon of tho others present at he conference," said Mr. Grlscom to ilght. "There was no such dlvlslon of pinlon. Everybody wns in harmony ,t the conference. The conference to lay at tho Hotel Astor wns merely o ircllminary talk along tho llnes laid : lown by the county cotnmitteo when' hc commlttee of three was appointed PAPERS INBURR CASE BEING STUDIED AGAIN Musal of Jefferson to Appear in Court May Have Bearing on Judge Wright's Man damus to Consrressmen. Washington, D. C, Fobruary 13.?The .'iot that Thomas Jeftorson, then Pres Ident, decllncd to appear ln court and produce certaln papers In thc trial of Aaron Burr for treason, taken in con? nectlon wlth the attitude of the Sen ute and House on tlio mandamus of .ludgo Wrlght to the Jolnt Committee on I'rlntliig in Congress to appear ln the Suprcmc Court of tho District of Jolumbla last week, aroused intcrcsl ng comincnt among somo of thu oftl :ials of tbe Department of Justlce, who .vere looking over tho court records (earing upon tho case. Mr Jefferson was asked to bring, mong other papors, a letter from n nan who was bclleved to have knowl dgc of Burr's alleged treasonablo dc Igns upon the .Southwest. but he con ended that, as the cxecutlve ofllcer f tho government, ho was cxempt from lie process of tho court. Tho docu lents do not dlscloso Just how tho In Ident endod, but ono of the officials' lid it wns hls rocollectlon from read News of Manchefter anchcstcr Bureau, Times-Dispatch, 1103. Hull .Streot. The postman's shrlll call to-day will nd- the malds of tho Southside city aitlng. QuaJnt Valontlno heart-shap 1 anl tled rast wlth a rlbbon will be pooet!. tremulo-sly. Shc will biusii nd snille at Cupld's verses, ani thof ~,o wll.I lay lt tendcrly away to grow msty wlth age, and theu ngaiu sho iay not. Funcrul of Mv. Jewett. Tho funeral of Jonathan T. Jewett, ?ho died euddenly on Friday ln Alder on, W. Va,, took Placo yesterday af crnoon at S:30 o'clocl; Iroin Central ifthodist Church. The pall-hoarers were? Active?W. I. Maury. W. M. Bickers. Jr.. G. S. lcllae, J. P. Winfree, J. F. DttVal, B. *. Vaden, Sylvin G Patch, M. A. Camp ..11. lionorary?J. R, Pcrdue, R, D. Walk r, Char'os W. Atklnson, Dr. .1. A11I on Iiodges, The deatu of Mr. Jewett is a dla Inct loss to this city. llja Jlfe had icen consecrated from boyhood lill leath to the servlce ot humanlty, and he prlvilego of his frlWndshlp was a ligh honor. Mr, Jewett was partlcu arly tond of young men. In convcrs hg wlth them the frletidllneas of hls nanner was touched wlth fatherlincss. tud as wlth young men, ?o with chll iren. Hls rellglous ze*Jl \va_ rapt and >raetlcal. Mr. Jewett was paytlcularly lappy when talklng of Ulehmohd. He aid one ri'pht n fow weeks nso that Richmond was tho flrst Cltv nny rhere." Ho was contented In his rcsont llfe, and lookecl forvvnrd wlth ereno contidonce to the final, and as it appenod, not distont issue, Suudny Servlcen. "Is God Anclent HlBtory?" was tha icnio of tho morning sormon ye.tcr ay by tho llev. J, w. Durham in ainbriuge Btreet Baptlst Church, At 10 evening servloo he gavo a very tn ructlve interprctation rccitai of ban I. Tho Rev. W. C. Burch, of Asbury ethodist Church, took for lils subject esterday morning "A Pecullar Saylng, ie Easiast Way ls the Best Way." iho Rev. J. M. rtowland preached ln .'eat End Chu-oh Sundav mornlmr bi* leme belng "Bo a Blessing": 8 P. M? Tln- Ono Unehangeable." At tho nlght ervico the preacher dwelt upon tho hought that God cannot say ln ono oiccj that which lio contradiei3 In :m ?'I''ICS OUllBD 15 ? TO II DAYS. 1 A/O OINTMKNT 1h guarantoud to .,_0,,?niU-',ttH0,1of Ii??Hn#C, Bllnd, Blood n^ oi 1 rotrudlng Piles ln G to 11 daya to furthor tho policies of Governor Hugrhas. EVOiythlng waa hnrmomoitn, iinu tho conferenco wn3 cntlroly satl.s factory. Thc dn.to for tho next meet? lng has not yet been s.ltlocl." ??IJon'l I.XCUMC) Oel Work Done,*' WashlngfcJii, D. C., Fobruary 13.? After liavlng spent n. rpilol morning lu New York Clty Presldent Taft return? ed to Washington lo-nlght to tlnd that hls speech lust evening beforo tho Republlcan Club nt Its Llncoln day dlnner hnd kept tho natlonal lcgls.a tors busy in dlscusslng lt tho wholo day long. Tho Presldent, had planucd the speech a week or moro ago. It was ono of tho longest lio had over mude, nnd covered hls attltudc on prac tioally ovory lastio that Is pendlng in j Congress, or that Ima come itp since ? hla admlnlstratlon began. Mr. Taft I purposely mado thc sc.ope a wldo one,! for he folt tliat a staternent of his Viow_ was wanted. Now tliat hc has had hls way, It Is declared his purpose ls to got to work on Congress in tho interest of the nieasuros ho hn?j recom monded. In fucl, it ls said that ln con- I nootlon wltli hls-speech ancl hls plans, for the Immodiuto future the Presldent to-day riuoted a saylng by Jowett, head mastor of Ballol, at Oxford, whon hc advlsod n young man: "Don't oxc.use: don't explain: get lt done, let 'em yell." Ho far ns lio can, the Presldent said lie was golng to "get it done," nnd in tlio mcaiitimo would "let 'em ycll." Ncwa which reaehed Washington of the conferenco of tho Republlcan lead ors ln New York yesterday, pnrticlpat cd iu by the Presldent nnd by Gover? nor Hughcs, tends to contlrm the state ments of last nlght tlmt possible can didatcs for Govcrnor of thc Stato did not enter Into the discuaslbn. it ls said tliat (ho Presldent and Govornor j Ilughes occupy posltlons that aro al-i most Identical, in that both are decpiy I interested in tho candldatc to be named, but that nolther will tako an actlvo part 111 his selection. Nolther Mr. Taft nor the Governor, lt is posl- I tivcly stated hero, hns indlcatod a choico. Tho Republlcan leaders assured the Presldent that they wero anxlouo tliat tho nominee should bo a man who ! could be supported by Governor Ilughes wlthout rcservatlon of any fcort. The Presldent declared at the dlnner last night that tho losa of Gov? ernor Ilughes as a candtdate meant the loss of tho greatest asset thc party had ln the State. Governor Ilughes assured the Prcs? idcnt that the outlook ln the State as ho vlowed it was not so bad as had boen plcturcd. Ho declared that the ?scandal at Albany must bo gone through wltli, and that cxelsion must be mado of any "cancerous growth" in the party. With thls done the Gover? nor thought thc peoplo wottid ra'ly to tho party, and he so declared ln his speech followlnc- that of the Presldor ing thc histoiy of the trial that the ; Preytdent's attltudo was uphcld by tho ; eourts. liurr was tried at Richmond in 17S7 ' and was acituitted. The papers, now i moro than 100 years of age,'wero loan- I cd by Judge Waddlll, of tho United ! States Dlstrlct Cuurt at Richmond, to Chief Clerk Field, of tho Department i of justice, to form part of thc ojchlbit | at tho Alaska-Yukqn-Paciflc ISxposi tlon at Scattle last ycar. They were returned safo and sound somo tlme ago. i Attorncy-General Wlckersham asked I that they bc kept here awhlie, as he was an.xlous to look them over care fully. Ho has now flnished with tho papers, and they will be returned to I f Itlchmond. Whilc tho indox of somo I < of them has faded considerably, yet | * most of them aro readablo with n'aked i ?* eyc. and thc Indictment Itsolf. inscrlb- | I ed ln n clear, dfsttnot hand, i_ casily ' 1 distingulshcd. I c other. The Epworth League met at 7 .?; P. M. Nevra NotcK. | t Judge Walter A. Watson, of this city, will mako an address TJiurfiday at tho series of meetlngs to bc hold by tlio Fourth CongresslonaJ. Dlstrlct - Tcachers' .Assoclatlon ln tho D. M. I fl Brown school at Potersburg. p Mlss Mamlo Kicnardson, who teaches j 1> ln tho Hlgh School, apent the week- I n end with her mother, Mrs. IC. II. Ilk-h ardson, or wost Point. Womau Buriiod to Ucntu. [Speolal to The Tlmes-Dispatch. 1 nrJ?P?-n Vhnrles' Va" February 13.? Mrs. Robecca Chester, resldlng at MOeklns Neck, Hooper's Island Dls? trlct, was burnod to death as the re? sult or the exploslon of a coal oil amp which sho is supposod to havo ueon fllling, Thc woman Ilved alone, nnd the ilrst known of her fata was when some ot tho school chlldren found her ehar red body at the sldo of the road. Sho was abcut forty-flve years old. ?-?....-_???. Olhcera -tc-l-lected. [Special to ThoT'.mes-Dispatch.l Capo Charles, Vu? February i;:_it a meetlng of tho stockholders of tho Eastcrn Shoro Agrlcultural Assocla? tlon, at Kellar. all of tho directors and offlmra- of ast year woro rc-eiocted Iho falr will open this year. as here: * ' ?n tholRfit Tuesday m August THE WEATHER^ JS'1' for Vlrglula ??d Xorth Catiiiin.-i?Knir weather aud rialna tcm_ IK-rntnro Wondny und Tue-dny, niod crnlo hcii ,IOd nouthvrcst wind*. CONDITIONS YBSTBUDAY; t icar nnd coldcr. T'lermometcr at mldnighl, _S. CONDITIONS IV IMPOUTAXT CITIUS. (At S P. M? Kostem Standard Timo.) . Placo. .Ther. H. T. Weather. Augusta.86 -10 Clear Cliiirleston . ;;? -|_ Clear Charlotte. 89 xu Clear Moblle . II r,o Clear New Orleans ... 53 ti. Clear Atlanta . o_ ;iti Clear Ralelgh ..:..0 3. Cloar Wllmlngton .... 83 ,"S Clear Juplter. 6'- c_ cicar Koy West . 62 61 Clear Jacksonvlllo .... -12 48 Cloar Norfolk. 32 St! Clear Afchuvlllo . 21 2S Cloui* Hattcra.'.31 :i(j Clear Tiimpa . 411 SO Cloar Savannah .;!K 43 Clear Pulestlno . .2 50 Cloar MINIATUKE AJ.RIANAC. February. 14. 1010, Sun I'Ikos.... 7:03 HIGH TIDE. rttm sets.5:17 -.torning.... 8:10 Movu _etu.,,,_i:l? J-vcnlni.. ???... $'-M IF quanlily meant value you would be better off with a hundred pennics in your pocket in? stead of a dollar bill. If steam boilers could talk many would inquire why two tons of coal are forced into them when one ton would do the work. With Atlantic Guaranteed Coal the boiler does its work easily, willingly and con tinuously?that is, econom ically. Atlantic States Coal & Coke Co. Richmond, Va. ;u i_.iiniiii.iti ? uuuu TD BE DISTHIBfTED Examination for Ccnsus Positions Will Be Held in Various Virginia Citics. Washlngton, D. C, February 13.? More than 3,000 positlons ln the Cen ius Bureau are to bc: filled wlthln the lext few months. Each Statc ls cn :ltled to Its share- Vlrglnla. for ln itance, wlll get seventy-two appolnt nents for nddltional ollicc force; North 'arollnn, seventy-nlno, and South Caro Ina, fifty. These jobs pay from $000 o $1,_00 a year, and last from one to hrec years. An examination for these daces was held on Octobcr 23. but he number of applicants was not suf Iclent, and. therefore, a second exanil lation is to be held March "?. In Vir rinla the examlnations wlll bo held in he following named towns: Alexan Iria. Brlstol. Charlottcsville, Byuch iurg, Norfolk, Richmond, Roanoke nd Stuunton. More than H00 Vlrginiana took the irst examination. Being close to Wash- j ngton, the cltlzens of the Old Do ninion keep abreast of tho times and ook out for positlons. Although North 'aroltna ls entltled to seven more ap lolntmcnts than Vlrglnla, thcrc wero iuI forty-six ofters for the places. ii. Bi C. B. ELIEVE CURE Fl |:R.F Albany, X. Y., February 13.?A strong lope of curing cauccr, or at least rreatly amelloratlng tho condition of anccr patients by means of inoccula lon, is held out ln thc report of Har oy R. Gaylord, diroctor of the Cancer .aboratory of tho Statc Department of Icalth at Buffalo. This hoi>e ls bnsed n cMcnded expcrlmeritation during hc past year In the Inoculatlon or acclnation of various anlmals, mainly ats. with the cancer virus. "It appcars," says the report, "that /here tho reslstance -">f tho animal is iot sufliclently awakened by ono ln culatlon of "the tumor, thig resist ncc can bo heightcncd by repeated oses, and, ln a considerablo propor lon of cascs, immunlty can bc ralsod o a point which wlll bring about a urc. "It is necdlcss to point out that this rocess of repeated vacclnatlon, which as cured ln thc proportlon of twenty vc to forty in rats. might well bo ap llcd io thoso cascs of lato cancer in luman belngs ln which surgery has othlng to offer and the outlook is ;opolest. "As we strongly urged the Begisla urc in prevlous reports, the tlme has omo when wo ?hnu)cl heg'n experi lehtatlon with human beings. Funds ufheient to cnable us to maintain ten atlents ls the least amount which can o of value lf thls work *s to be un ertaken." Statistics are glvcn to show thal ancer continues to Increase. The re ort says that ln tho United State3 it ,as lncreased from 3 per 100,000 popu ation in ;_5o to 43 in 1D00, an aver ge of about 05 in 1901 and an aver ge of moro than 70 in 1D0C. t"<irn tslnb OrKanliecil. [Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.] Chalhoni, Va., February 13.?The loys' Corn riub of Plttsylvania county /as organized hero Friday. by J. L. larter, local agent for tho Farmers' o-optrativu Ucuiionstration Work. 'he boys wno addressed by County uperlntendent of Schools F. B. Wat on, and he was followed by T. O. andy, State agent of the Farmers' Co peratlv, iVmonstratlon Work. Mr. andy's romarks were conflnod to the ultlvn.il.iii of ,orn prlnclpally. other irm products belng mentlonod. Ho ild much stress on the tmportanco of loreaslng tho present corn yleld four mes, explaining how it could bo done given the proper caro nnd eultiva on. Following hls remorks tho fol iwing boys wore enrolled; Mohos Do oo. Winborn li.dling, Whlttlc's Depot; laiulo Whltehead, Dennls Powell, raurloo Fltzgerald, C. A. Olles, Bugene ox, j. m. i?Xi Jr>| i*;0bort Hubbard, '. A. Mltchell, Frank Norman, irvln ?OViey, T. i'. Armentrout, Marion I?on in, Chatham; w. o. Hutson, Wright llciieil, Sandy Levelj Loonard Carter, mio " Car*or, Kverett. Carter, H. S. ' miiinis pe,.cy pay.ne; Roy Payne, ry l'ork; r k At?ins, w. H. Tarp iy. II. _. Miteholl. Whltmell; John mwnerson, Sainuel Mattox, Harold ;,.i.u, t"' Klba! l.ucius B. Graveley, ? aiti'i u l-'armer, Mount Airy: Samuol nly One "BROMO ftUiNINE," that to ^52?__ Bro____ Qnto"10 Owen, Jr.. Rouben McDowell Whlttlo's 1 Dopcit: Lutbor Sludlon, Cnry Rainsey, : Resldes tho prlzes offered by tho ' State Assneliitlon, several prlzes will be offered by tho buslncsH men ot thls Ph.cc. I'n.ilhn.i Fllea nt Xew Orleans. New OrleniiB, Ln? februarv 13. Loula Paulhnn conollldod A series of : aeroptano lllghts In Now Orleans thls1 afternoon, wlth two ascents, in the prosenco of moro than 30.000 specta tors. In hls lirst. flight T'anllinn lomnlned ln tho nlr clghtocn tiilnutes, und dur Ing iho second night nlne minutcs. He attainod a maxlmutn fielgiit of i.r.oo foet. RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT HESOLU'l'lONS OE THE DOAltP OF atowarda ol Park Place M. B. Church upon the death of JOaKPrl WAitlti'N BLANTON, passed Fobruary 13, 1910! AT A MEET1NG OE TIIE BOARD OF Stewards of Park Phteo Church, hold, on sunday, Fobruary 13, nuo, tho1 following rosolutlons wero ndoptcd: i Resolved, l. That by tbc death of our belovi.'d brotlier, JOSEPH WAR REN BLANTON,, for tlilrty-livo yenrs a member of our church; for olgh toon yoara tho suporlntortdent of our Sunday-school, and for many years a leador In our cholr nnd the pro sldlng offlcer c.f the Board Of Stew? ards, our church, Sunday-school aud board all havo lost tl most falthful and eftlclent oillcer nnd member, whose genllo and nnilable dlspost-. tlon, brotherly love and Indoiac, ble zeal in ovory branch of our church work endearod hlm to all who knew hlm. 2. That ns a mark of ostcom und respoct to our decoased brotlier, thls board do attend hls funeral servlcus In a body. 3. That coplcs of these resolutions be spreud on tho minutcs of this meetlng and be sent to the bercaved famlly of our brotlier, and bo pub? lished lu tho Itlchmond Christian Advocate and Tlmes-Dlspatch. .1. THOMPSON BROWN, SAM'L II. COTTRELL. E. T. HINES, Commlttee. OBITUARY John 10. Wulford. John E. Walford dled yesterday morning at hls residence at HIghland Park, In the fifty-seventh year of his age. Announcement of tho funeral will bu made later. rniH-riil ?>r Mr. Hl.intou. Thc ftiheral of Joseph Worren Blan ton. who dled Saturday morning, will take place thls afternoon at 3:30 o'clock from Park Placc Mcthodlst Church, The intormont will be made iu Hollywood. I.<>ii? -? BlatE. Louls Blot. dled ^yesterday morning at hls residence. He was slxtv-three years of age. He leavcs hls wife, Mrs. I-I. F, Blatz, and elght children?Louls P., Willlam H.. llenry W., Missos Ka tic, Hettle, Carrlo and Emma Blatz nnd Mrs. A. L llenna?and illtcon grandehlldren. Tho funeral will take placo Tues day afternoon at 3 o'clock. Tho inter? ment v.-in be made ln Rlvervlow. Fnnernl of Jnnic* ('. Smlth. Thc funeral of former City Sergeant James C. Smith, who dled suddenly aaturday morning at Dorehester, Mass., will take place from tho home of hls daughter. Mrs. Frank L. Wells, of that place, to-morrow morning: at 10 o'clock. The Interment will be made at New Bcdford. Mass. Ocorwc I'roclor Moiuutcaatlc. George Proctor Mountcastlo died yes? terday morning nt tho residence of hls mother, .",02 North Twenty-fourth Street. He was forty-two years of .age. Ho formerly Ilved in thls cltv, but for the last few years had been a rosldeut of Portsmouth, and had been employed In tho Norfolk navy yard. Ile was a member of thc Epls copal Church and Well known ln this city. Tho funoral will he condueted from tlio residence to-morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock. Funeral of Mr. Hull. Tho funeral of Wllliam M. Hall, of Ashland, who dropped dead on tho street Saturday at'tornoon, will take place thls afternoon from thc chapel at Hollywood. Tho servlccs will bo condueted by Rev. R. F. Lapsley, of Ashland. Following aro thc pallbearers: Honorary?Judge A. L. Holllday, Willlam Slnton, Dr. Hall ("antcr. D. R. Midyettc. W. S. Brown. Dr. A. C. Ray, Willlam Carneal and Walter Svdnor. Active?Hampton Flemlng, E. L. C. Scott, Merritt Nolley, Walter Mercer. Percy C. Christian, Robert Payne, H U Holiday and O. D. Minor. Dr. I'lilIIp W. Boyd, Sr.. . [Speclal to Thc Tlmes-Dispatch.] Wlnchester. Va., February 13.-?Dr Phillp W, Boyd. ST., died late thls afternoon following a long lllness of Bright's disease, aged sixty-thrco years. He was a son of tho late Rev. Andrew Huntor Holmes Boyd, D D tho noted Presbyterlari divlne of Wln? chester. His brotlier, E. Holmes Bovd. a prominent Wlnchester lawyer drop? ped dead on the nlght of January 19 last. while maklng a speech nt a Lee blrthday banquet. Dr. Boyd served ln the Rockbrldgo Battery of Artlllery t.. S. A.. during tho civil War. lie leaves a wldow, llve sons?Dr. P w Boyd, Jr., Fred. S. Boyd, Wlnchester; Dr John O. and Hunte-c Bovd, rioa noke, and Henry Boyd, of Chicatto three daughters?Jlrs. Fred L. GlabW Misses Sallle and Ellen Boyd, of Wln FUNERAL. N0TICES SMITH?The funeral .of JAMES C SMITH will take place TUESDAY at 10 A. M. from the residence of hls daughter, Mrs. Frank L. Wells fiO-l Park Street, Dorehester Centor Mass. Burlal at Now Bedford, Mass. . DEATHS~7 BALTZ-r-Entered into rest. at his resi? dence, Sunday morning, February 13 1910, at 11 o'clock, LOULS BALTZ ln the sixty-lourth yoar of his age Ile leaves a wife. Mrs. H. F. Baltz; olght chlldren?Louls P., Willlam II.. Henry W Mrs. A. L. llenna. .Misses , ?'..Hettle' Carrle nnd Emma Baltz, and flfteen grandehlldren. lho funeral will take placo from wJl1;tc,,.J'0Ri'*encc TUESDAY AFTER. NOON, 1-ebruary 13, 1910, at 3 o'clock. Interment ln Rivervlew. Erlends of the family invited t? attend At rest. Baltlmore, Md., Anriapolls, UA St Louls, Mo.. und Mllwaukee Wis' papers please copy. ?".''. BLANTON?Entered into rest, Satur? day, February 12, 191u, at S o'clock P. jr,, at hls residence, 1005 Piovd AvontlO. JOSEPH WARREN BLAN TON, in the llfty-nlnth year o? hla ago. Ho Is survlved by lds wife and nino children, who tnourn thclr loss Funeral will tako placo THIS (Monday) AFTERNOON. at 3:3. o'clock from Park Placo Methodlst Church. Interment will be in Holly. wood, ?IALL?Dled, Saturday, Fobruary 12, WILLIAM ai. HALL, of Ashland. Va Funeral will tako placo THIS (Mon? day) AFTERNOON at '1 o'clock ut tho chapel ln Hollywood. JcMENON?Died, at Virginia Hospital, Sunday, Fobruary 18, 1910, at 12:40 P. ai., GEORGE areMVNON, ln the flCteenth year of hls ago, Funeral notlce later. JOUNTCASTLE?Dled, at tho rosidencc of hls mother, 502 North Twenty fourth Street, Sunday morning, GEORGE PROCTOR aiOUNTCASTLE, ugccl forty-threo yoars. -Funeral from tho above rosldenee TUESDAY EVENING, February 15, ut !! o'clock. Norfolk and Portsmouth, Va? papers pleaso copy. VALEORD?Dled, Sunday nlght, Feb, i-uai-y 13, at 0 P. RI? at hls residence, lllg ilund Park, JOHN E. WALFORD, lu tha ilfty-soventh yenr of his age. J'uneiai notlco later, .. .?-.** MOTHERS FR A LINIMENT FOR EXTERNAL USE. Clioorfulncss and a bright disposition. during tho months bcforo baby coinea, aro among tho greatest blesslngs a mother can bestow upon the llttlo llfo aboub to bogin. Hor happinosa and phyeical comfort wlll largcly govcm tho propc* dovelopment of the hoalth and naturo of tho child. Motlior'n Friend contributos much to tho mother _ happinoss and hoalth by tho rolior and moiital comfort it affords. It is a linlmont composec of penetratlng olla aud modiclnes which lubricato tho muscles and tendons of tho body, sootho tho swollen manunary glands, cause a gradual expanr.ion of tho skin asid tissucs, and ald in tho roliof of nausoa. Tho rogular uso of Mother'd Friend greatly lossens tho pain and danger whon baby comes, and assurcs a qulck nnd natural rocovery for the mother. Mother's Friond is sold at drug storcu. Writo for our froo book, con tainlng valuablo lnformatlon for oxpoctanl; Mothcrs. THE BRADFIELD 0G_, ATLANTA, GA, HAVE NOT SOLD OUT and do not intend to sell out. Beware ot salesmen of compet itors who claim othtrwise for their own selfish ends. For seventy-eight years we have been making the best up* to-date soda fountains at the lowest prices. Write, telegraph, or telephone our LOCAL SELLING AGENT E. G. LANDIS, SON, N. C. chester?and ono brother, Judge An? drew Hunter Ifolmcs Bovd. of Cum berland, Chlcf .lustlce ot Iho Maryland Supremo Court of Appeals. Mrs. Alvernon Thoina-. , I special to Tho Tlrrtes-Dlspatcli.1 Leesburg, Va., February 18.?Mrs. Alvernon Thomas, of Hamllton, thls county, dled suddenly at the homo of her son. Iu Washlngton, on rrldav, aged sovonty year.'. She wns tlie wldow of .A, Thomas, of Hamllton. and ls survlved by threo sons and three daughters. Gcorce K. Keunedy. t Special toThe Tinios-Dlspatch.l Llackstone, \'a., l-'e,.-_ary 18,?Geo. E. Kenncdy died at hls home here suddenly thls morning about 5 o'clock from neurallgla of tho heart, in thc slxty-second year of hls ugo. Mr. Kcnnedy Waa one of tlu- most promi? nent and Inlluentlal cltlzens of Black stono. bclug connccted with many ot leading business conccrns ot tlie town. He was the managlng partner of tho Bfackatono Horse L'xchangc, a niem bor of the board of directors of the Cltlzens' Bank. of the Blackstoiie Man? ufacturing Company nnd a member of tho Town Councll. He was a deacon in the Baptist Church and one of Its most uctivc members. Ho is survlved by hls wldow and thrcc daughters, one of whom. Miss Mabel Kcnnedy, is in Germany study Ing music. The interment wlll be held al I.akcvicw Cemetery Monday after? noon at 2 o'clock. Mrs. Adn <;roiie. , [Special tc. The Timcj-Dispatrh.l i hamam. Va.. February 13.?Mrs. Ada Crane. wife of Graaty Crane, dled at her homu near thls place Thursday morning. She waa about nlueteeu years old. and had been-married since December 13. Besldes her husband, sho is survlved by her parents, kcv eral brothers and slsters. Interment ivns in the famlly cemetery Friday afternoon. s Mr-. Miiry _. Wiggll_4. [Special to The Timcs-Dispatch.l Sallsbury, N. c. February n.-Mr?. Mary K. Wigglns, aged clghtv-four years, one of the oldest resldents of Sallsbury. died at her homo here yes? terday after a brief niness chlefly caused by old age. She war, the moth? er of thlrteen children, seven of whom BurviVC. She was the mother of Cap? taln W. A. Wigglns, the Blreet rallway conductor who wap assasslnated by a negro, will Davis, near thla clty three years ago. The remalns were taken to Ralelgh for Interment, IliTiiiiin '/..lii.rii. [Special toThe Ttmcs-Dispatch.l Lynchburg, Va., February 13.?Iler man Zehorn, aged twenty-one, who was connected with the Suhllng to lacco lnterests, dled lust nlglit at tho Lynchburg Sanatorlum, Thc remalns >vill be interred temporarily uiiiil rel ttlvea ln Germany can be heard from. Cliurlea II. Alrnunil. [Special to The Timos-Dlspatch.l Lynchburg, Va., February 15.?Chas. I. Alrnond, aged alxty-nine years. for nany years a prominent merchant of _ynchburg and for llve years presldent >f the C. H. Almond Drv Goods Com lany, died at hls home |n the clty at nldnight last nlght, after an illness of hree weeks., Mr. Almoml was a nativo of Luray. lhe S. Galeski Optical Co. Optical and Photographic Headquarters. DEMONSTRATIONS AND PRINT EXHIBITION By Eastman Kodak Co. at Y. M. G. A. Aftcrnoons and evenings, Saturday, Monday and Tuesday, February 12, 14 and 15. Every lover of Kodakery will be well repaid by attending. No admission fee or other charge, Main and Eighth CUP THIS COUPON OU Bisuatrlj FEBRUARY 13, 1910. NOTICE.?A complete set consiats 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, juat so they are of consecutive dates from the day you start. SAVINGI TO-DAY '.'??K'.'ifi-m.'--..?_ ii....k_i_"-u*TT . _? nre I'ago county. but he lived ln Bcdford county beforo coming here iu lSHT. He w_k a memher of the First Baptlst Church nnd Senlor doacon of tho con grcgatlon. Ho waa a llcuti-nant-com mahder of Oarland Itodcii Camp, Con? federate Veterani, having served ln tho Sec.nd Virginia Cavalry during tho Clvil War. II'; cntereil as a prl? vate, but waa promotcd to lloutenaiii for. bravery, Hla wire died u few months ago. Tho survlvlng children nro Wm. J., Frank II., Charles H., of Lynchburg. and Sauiider?* M. AJmoml, of Baltimore; Miss Xanule May Al mond, Mrs. Davld _. Witt and Mlsa Bthol Almond, of Lynchburg. Ho also has a sl.stcr, Mrs. Peter B. Borst, of Brandy, and a brother, Dr. V.'. A Al? mond, 0f .Suffolk. Itolnuil Knott. |.Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.] BurlIngton, N. C.. Kcbruary 13._Ro land Knott died at tho home of hls son, Wm. Knott, on Front Streot. last nlght at the age of seventy-four, after un lllness covtrlug a perlod of several weeks. The body wlll bn taken to Kernersville to-morrow. and funeral servlces and hurial wlll be nt Ecllicl Church, near that plucc-. Mra. .Fninci MiiinUm. Mrs. Bettlo Shnnks, th,? wldow ?t Jame? Shanks, dlcd early yesterday morning at her home, ln Petersburg, She was seventy-four years of age. _ho was the si3ter "of Ttev. p, ,\, Petcrson and Kcv. k. jr, pou rson, of the Methodls-t Conferencc, both ot whoni aro now dead. tihe leavea two slster_?Mrs. Mattie 1.. HiHiardson, of thla clty, and Miss Jane Petcrson, of Petersburg. The fun-ral will bo held thls after? noon at 3:30 o'clock fr.,m Hlgh Street Methodlst Church. Petersburg. 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