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Shleld l* not lalking for piibllcatlo'
bllt II Id exported tho tlcU.ta will H on ffllo dcffplte lljo order. TO KEEP HER HI "(iinl From Rcrtors" Scvcreh Roasted by Higli Cl_ss Soutlicrii Xcwspapcrs. CALL ATTRACTION VULGAR Public Cbmrhehds Mayor's Stand and rdakcs Xo Rusli tor Tickets. Mayor Richardson' . r_ld yesterday that nothing new had dcvcloped ln thc nttltude of tho authorittes toward "Thc <;irl From rtector's," a theatrlcal nt tractlon booked for tlic Academy 61 .Muslc Saturday nlght. He has already notftled the management that If thc productlon is put on and proves so ob jectionable that the police will be forccd to elose It. the llccnso of the Academy will be revoked. He ls stand ing pat on that. and cilizens wlio havo read newspaper critclsms in many Southern citles have widely commended his act. 0 lt came out yesterday tliat the show will closo within a week aftor it leavcs Ttlclimond, which means that tiie per- j formcrs mlght be reckless and shbek thc scnslbililics of those people who cn.ioy musical comcdley. but who re-1 sent unythlng coarsa on thc stagc. Worsc Thnn "Dliie .Mousc." ?Whon Mayor Richardson stopped "The Blue Mousc" after onc perform? ance at thc Academy last season lt went its way aouthward without clim [ inatlng tiie obj-ectlonablc features which aroused so much fccling here.! Southern newspapers thought it was a llttlo frlsky, but they .did not open the roa.tlng batteries as fhey have In | deallng witli "The Girl From R.ctor's." Tho Columbia State and the Augustal Chronicle were particularlv bltter in i discussing thc play, the blamc being' placed upon thn thcatrical syndlcate, headed by? Kiaw &; Eriang^r, which! ?ends whnt it plcasos. In a word, il k local manager cancels a show he cannot cxpect to gei anything tliere nfter, but thc Mayor holds that the iAcadomy shail be closed cternally be? fore it shall bc opened to productlons which no decent coinmunlty can tol cratc. lt has been pointctl out time and again tliat Klaw ._ Ei langer, who br.sk always in the soft whitc llghts of Uroadway, cannot understand Soutli rrn tcellng. Indeed, they have used their newspaper to denouncc Southern officials wlio call the police. Even New York Klckcd. About tiie time "The Blue Mousc" f-re V cllest on t! part the New York published for tiie i mer - then I lealing1 Mousc" | Tho malds, inad ittack on _ome ot the p ? boards in New york .ilarly with "The Biu j>nd "Thf Girl l-'rnr.i Rector' World contended tl...; these attractlona were coarsc, vulgar and tongh, beinc; too bad even for New Vork. Thc Mayor of Lynchburg notllled tho manager of the theatre yesterday that he would not pcrmlt tho show to ap? pear there. Thc Roanoke Times went after it yesterday, asking Incldentally lf It would be permittod in Richmond. The managers of the productlon clalm that it ls inoffenslve?a fact which is even denied by their advanco notlce--? yet thc argument was advanced by the Mayor of every city that' a New York manager cannot say what is proper for other cltles, cspecially when that manager is simply out for the] receipts. Syndlcnle ln rtsul Iteputc. So many dlsreputable attractions! have besn sent down tlic Southern clr? cult this season that thc syndlcate lias got into bad repute, Tliere Is a growing fecling against tt. Antl-syn dicate productlons. however clear. anrl' rnerltorlous, cannot come to citles whera there is only one first-class the? atre ,and sp, rt^iipears, therefore, thati. a local manager j^n't much more than a janitor, lor he must accept what ls ' sent or nothing. One gratlfylng fact came to llght j.1 yesterday. The publicatlon ln The j : TImes-Dlspatcli bt Mayor Richardaon's announcoment tlict "The Girl From'i .Rector's" cannot make merry bere un-j. less kept within bounds wr.s not foi- i' lowcd by any mad rush' for seats. The ' ? public took the Mayor at hls word, fccling that if the show did go on it. would be so dull und stupid that It would not be worth the price. The one best bet, thercfore. Is that "The Girl From Rector's" will not per form at the Academy Saturday ni^lit. Anderson?hliirli y, ISpecial to The Tlmea-Dlspatcli.] Wllmlngton. De]., February 10.?Ford <-,. Andorson. a merchant of VYarrenfon, Vn uirl Misa Ethel E. Shlrley. of ihe sam,: jlace. wcrc marrlod to-day at Chrlit Epl.co )Bl Church, near Wllmlngton, by ltev. WVH. '.aird. They were accompanlcd by the tioom's brother-ln-laiv, Frederick K. \oz>. it Warrentou. SuKpected of Murd.r. Wlllle Jackson, colored, waa" arrest ?d last night on susplcion, of being vantrd iu Alalmma for nuiider. Ilo vas locked up In tho Flrst Pollco Sta inii, aud efforts will be made to-day o identifv him. We put on sale today the new styles for spring? 1 9 1 0?i n Derbies? Soft Hats? Silk Hats? aecording to Dunlap. Bring ih your licnd. ' 3^'_/# f.flC-ifil/ WW&Hh' VUHS*} Chesapeake and Ohio Railway ( Has fniportant Piece of Financirifif on Hand. DETAILS NOT MADE PUBLIC Hocking* Vallcy and C, C. & L.j? May Figure in Uscs of Proctcds. i ,, [Special to The Times-Dispatch.J New York. Februnry 16.?Tho Chesapeake aiul Ohlo Rallway has an Important plece of ftnanelng undcr way, which Is intendcd t.i provide fi.mls tor the payment of nddl lional rallroad property recently acquircd. Directors who n.lnilttcd iltls much to-day said that they wtre not ln a posltlon lo state hu; thlng more deflnltcly, but report had .t tl.at then would bo an ieaue of bonds Which would alford valuable subscriptlon rlghts. Or.o sugscslion was tliat convertlble bonds would be tlie form which tho nnanc Ing would tnkcA. It is known that tlu* Chesapeake and Ohio lnterests havo been ln tiegottatloiis for tho acquislUon of tlie Hocklng Va..ey. and In quaners whero knowledge cxistcd that tha Chesapeake and Olilo was about to ralsu frvsli capital lt waa Burmlacd that tho pur chaf o: the Ilorklnc Valley mleht offer Iho ercplatlon ol ti.e proposed flnanclng. It was Stated on authority, however, thnt thc ncgo tlailon tor the acqulsltlon of the Hocklng Vallcy have not yet bccn brought to a con clusien. lt haa long been understood that Kdwin Hawley. who ls tlio leadlng figure ln a. group 0( rallwaye, of which llie Chesapeake and Ohio Is tlie principal, had obtalned u donilnont Interest in tha C'hieago, Cincin nati and ?ouisvllle, which runs from Cin vhlc'.i would afford tl..' . l..j>npeaU.* and Oh.io direct entranc" to the latter clty. li was regarded as not itn probable to-day that tli is property may flg U1-. in tbe uses to which the proceeds of the coi.Jectured Issuc ot cccurlties would be put. Tlie last large iesue. made by the Cliesa pcaKa and Ohlo was the sale in 1903 of $11, fcOO.WO general fumling and lmprovement .i per cent. bonds. part of the proceorts of I which were used to rotlre collateral Imst r.otes. 'i '.ils wns part of nn a.itliori_ud Issuo of SJtVJfAWO, the b:ilance of which stlll re main unlesued. These bonda are now eelling I ot lv-:.. Seized Man Who Fired at Mes senger Boys and Gave Hirn to Police. Jumplng from his bugg-y as lie was returnlng from a call on a patient, Hr. Doherty 1-Iinehnian, of 115 North rwenty-fifth Street, early last night 'aught _e*.vls Dean, colored. as lhe atler lived three times at tvro mes ci.g.-r boys. and held iiiin until the lolice came Dr. t.lncniiiah was driving east on ir.-u?_? Street when he Baw Dean draw i revolyer and fire three times at Louls .vn.i an.l Willlam Toild, messenger loys ui lIh- Postal Telegraph Company. ,.,., lln .iiii.n ped iron. Hu- buggy/and gave pur uU. Dean ran up to l-'iftl. Sir. et, and ui-ned noith just as tlu- doctoir grab ...1 him. Whllo tho negro struggle.1 or freedom, Mr. Hlnchtnaii called for lelp, aud Charlea Koppler, ot the ^oatd of Fire CbmmlsBloners, ran'to us uid. Both men got ftrrri liold of Dean, and lelil hlm untll S.rgeant Marrln came i|> and put the negro tinder arrest. lt ls allegcd by vnc-senfcor boys tliat lean attaelted Louis Lyon's brother, md that tiicy puraued him r.o get ru ?enge. Tlie negro ran up liruad Street, md they pursud on thclr bieyces, ;atebing tho negro at Fourth an.l :;race Streets. One of them struck lim -witli a-'stlck. and having satls ied theinselves with their nianner >i' getting justice. turned to rlde off. \s they rode away Dcun began shoot ng. Fortunatoly for tho boys, none jt his bullets took effect. Dean was also eharged with carrying i con.e'aled w.-anon. tie thi on its tlie sin eni tlu Ini liel .D.i ligi ..lor 'J wil coi dei BOI lr-i; pas Co: Mt Dr. w. ot Fr. T. T. ^ersons Wishing to Board Cars Should Read and Rernember. ri afu-r Sunday, February _0, ? cars of the Rallway and :ompany In the city of Rich !1 not Btop on the near side of rankiln'arid other streeis of thu -r< there are no Intprseotlns ?' <,f itopplng on tho near BireeU ha_ been for thc ?' : reventlng coiiiHiona with '- ? '-'' Other vr-hlcles tra. '"?':! crossed by the ? '''?-nv. After giving ? : :. ? trl_. for more than a >wn that tho prac ly lncreased the dangor of collislon !n lisrcgard ol thc clty's ordinancos cov 3i"in_: that subject, ln the interest.'* thorofpre, ..f the owners ot such vohlcles, as well as of the general travelliig pubilo r.lld iho patrons ..f our llnes, it has beep detor mlned to resume the practlce of ?top plng only on lhe far side ()f aii streets exoepi whero there are street rallway crqa8lngB and Intorsectlons where thc ordlnanco reoulres stopnlng on the near .slde. m vlew- of thls requiremont "f slopplng on tho near slde at iiitor WCtlona and crosslngs, ihe stop on the !'ir Sldo ;it such point., wlll be discon nnu.-.i, :.;?| pas-M-ngors ure renuested to be ready i? board or iea.ve the ,-ars at all Interseotloni and er?ssi?gS 1)n the.near slde ot the street, as Instruc tlons wlll he giyen to muiormen to make but one stop at such points. Thls chang. ls made for the benefit of lhe pul.lie by t luia" nvoldltig tiinier Disitry delays and ...tiscEtion at points pf l_ten.9_U0fl.jand crosslng. (Sm STILL CUTKIEE Coirimittce Sends Throckmorton Measure lo House With? out Recommcndation. Mr. Throcktiiorton's inllk inspectlon blll wiii no lo the House thls motnlng ivltliotit rocommendatlon of any klnd. riils tiiiiisuai situatloii Is caused by the fact or a dcadloc'k In tho Committee oi Agrlotilturfl and Mlnlng, whloh wns niaiiio to register a majdrfty eiiher for ir against lho blll. Following the cllsagreemenl of Tuck Iny nlght, the committee met agaln ast nlght nnd took up the qtlefltlon, Ile twelve mombors wore agaln nres nt. nobody had clianged hls mirid, and I was soon evidelit that no deliiiito ctlon ooiild bo seciTted. Tbe doter rilnatloh was then reaehed to return bo blll to the Houso wlthout comment r any klnd. Thls means a lively Cbate when the measure roachos a Ote, for it is to bo considered wlt'i ut either favorable or ndverso report o_commend or eondomn it. WHISKEY IS WHISKEY, BLENDED OR STRAIGHT Brands Must Be Labeled in Big Letters, So That Consumer May Know Exactly What js^ He Is Drinkincr. - Washlnglon. D. C, February 16.?Presldon affs declslon in thu llquor controvcrgy hat "whltley |g whiskey," whetli. r lt l>. landed or stralghl, has been formulated ii set of rcgulatloils prepared by the Tlonr. r Kood and Dntgs Inspectlon of the De artment of Agriculture. Tlie regulatlon ere eonipleled late to-day aud approved, a: iqillred by tho pure food law. by Seeretar; 'Jlson, or tho Department ot Agrfculturn . ret.iry MacVeagh, of the Treasury, an. cretarj- Nngel. of the Department of Com ere.- aud I.abor. tn effe.-t, the rogulBtlons declaro that al imlxcd splrits dlstllled rroin grain. pra red in tho ci.stoniary way. aro entltled t. e nainn "whiskey" wlthout qualllleatlon '?nded whlskles must be labeled ns such Nic term "whlskoy," however. Is restriet to dlstlllates from grnln. and undor tlu ;ulutions, dlstlllates rrom other sub inces. lf labeled "whiskey," arc ml3brand and the person gullty ot mlsbrandlns iv he pros?cuted. Thc regulatlona foi low : T'nrter the food and dniga act of .lune 190(1, all tinmlxed dlstllled splrits from lln, lolored or flavored with harmlesa lo? er flavor, ln tho cuslomary ivays, hor by the charred barrel process or by ?j addltion of caramel and hnrniless flavor, of potable streiiKth and not less than 80 oof. are entltled to lhe name whiskey itmut qualllleatlon. lf the proof ho lesa :in SO, If more water bc added, the actual >of must be stated upon lhe label. and is requlrement appliea as well lo ble.nds d eompounfls of whiskey. Musl I.uhel Blends. "cvhlskles of ihe same or dlfferent kinds, e.. siraight whiskey. reclifled wlnske; . listilled whiskey and neutral splrits whis e. or like substanees and mtxtures of such liskles. with or without harmle.g color or vor used for purposes of colorlng an.l vnring only. are blends under the law, and ust l'? labeled; ln labellng blends the ts irqulres two thlpgs to he.stated upon abel to brlng the blended product with erceptlon provid.d by the statute: 'Flrst, the bl?nd must be labeled. brandrd tagged. so*as to indlcate plalnly that it r. blepd. In other words, that it Is com sed of two or more like substanees, -which the cas<- of whiskey must each be of Itself whiskey; and. second, thc word "blend' MMITTEE GIVEN ? IR IIACCEPT The hoard of trustees of Richmond llege met yesterday and finally put to the hands of a committee the right acqulre the property at Westhamp ii Park, which Is being considered as new site for thc instltution, lf thc rras and conditions ofl'ered are in ery way satlsfa'ctory, Thls does not ?an, however, that the trustees are ligated to take over the grant of ld from the two syndicates, but Indi tes tliat negotiations are stlll golng , and will be consummated one way the other in the very near future. Dne drawback to an Immediate set ment, it Is explained, is the fact that ; ground, which inciudes 100 acres either side of the lake, and the lake olf, has never beon siirveyed untll ? present time. and lhe result of thisj ?vey will not he known until the rineers liave had tlme to figure out ir reports. The names of those erested In rnaklng tho glft are ivith d, altliough lt ls understood that in Dundstieet and Jullen Gu'nn are j trlng in the negotiations for tho lors. 'ho committee appointed to contract li the syndicate offcring tlie land is nposed of .1. Taylor Kllyson, presi it of the board of trustees; V. AV. ttwrlght, presldent of Richmond Col o; Rev. George \V. McDanlel, D. D., itou of the Kirst Baptlst Chin^ih; onel Thoinas B, McAdams, of the rchants' National Bank, and A. AV. iterson. ^ itx'teen members of the board at ded the meeting, they belng Major lt. Courtney, Dr. H. Wythe Davis, R, II. Pltt. Dr. John N. Pilcher. Dr. R. 1.. Smlth, Dr. George B. Steel, Richmond; Dr. T. S. Dunaway, of ?derlcl-sbtirg; T, C. AVllllams, Jr., II. Ellott, .1. Taylor l_llyson, Colonel B. McAdams. A. YV. I'atterson, Dr. irge W. McDanlel, Dr. AV. C. James, .-. \Y. _. Ball and Dr. Daclrl M. Itam HE WEATHER nrecttst: Vlrglnla? Much colderj rnlu thc coastmj ralti probphly turulutf suoiv Iu thc Intcrior; t-old vvave ln Nt portlon Tliuradn.v; Krlday, rain kiiow and e'llder; iiicr'cnslng ca?t to ?thermi vtiuUn. Vorili 4'urollnn?Hnln Tbur?duy, l>rol> y tiirning to snow lu weat itoi-tiou; eh colder. wltli n cold wave lu west ?lluui I'rldny, rnln or aiimr nnd cold uioderato mmiUi wludn, bevoiuluj; sk nurtli by Thursdny. t'OM>fTIO.\S VDSTISIIDAV. M. tenipi'iaturo.:. 53 mldlty . pO nd, dlrectlon .Southwest nd. velocity . 12 ather.cloudy noon temperature. co '. M. temperature. 63 Xlmum temperature UP to 5 '. M. 03 m totiiperaturo . 56 "nial temperaturo . 40 Iciency ln rainfall slnco March \ . 7.63 sum, deficieney ln rainfall since anuary 1 ..-.. .006 VDITIONS l.V l.MVOHTAN. OIT1ES. ?lace, Ther, ii. t. Woatlior. PTUhta . 62 70 Clear irlotto . 60. 01 Cloudy tevlllo . t.'.' Oil Cloudy K-igli . G0 tiS Cloar .111X1 .VriJICK AI.MAXAC. February 17, 1910. i risos- 8:58 VUGli ITDfc". n f.-ts .... 6:60 Morning... .11:02 iaa_>ttU__,;JaiO EY,e_i_f'....,tt"40 SCHOOL days are the days when most of the im? portant habits of life are formed. Teach your children the daily use ol ? _9_ a J and they will some day rise to call you blessed. lt cleanses, beautifies and preserves the teeth and imparts purity and fragrance lo the breath. ___z__3a_a_i muKt bo plalnly stated upon thc packaso In wblcli tho mlxHure Ib ofterad for gal,:. A mlxtuie ot Whlaklea, Iherefore, wlth or wlthout harmlosa colorinr or flavorlng. uaod for eolorlnj: ond flavorhig only. la corroctly labeled 'Kuwnn \Vhlak?y. n blend of whis? kies. "Slnco tho term 'whiskny' I* rcstrlctcd lo dlattllatea from graln, and rllstlllatos from otlier sourcs nro unltke suhstRncca to rlis tllliitcs from Rrnin, auch dlallllatea _,from other sourcpg wlthout ndmlxture of srnln dlstlllates aro mlsbranded lf labeled 'wIiIh koy' wlthout qu-tlfication, or as a blend of whiskies. Howover, mlxtures of whiskey i wlth a potabln alcoholle dlatlllato from ' tource* other than ^-rain. such an ranr, frtilt i or voRctabler. ara not mlabranUsd lf labolid I "compound whlakoy,' provlded thc followlna rcqulrcmonta of tho law nr' cornplled wlth: r.ahel Muat Indiiiitc I "Flrst. that tho product shull ho labeled, I branded or ta-qed so ns 10 lndlcate plalnly j that It is a compound, I. ?-.. not a mlxluro I of llke substair.es, ln ihls r?s-> whiskies: and, second. that th" word 'tnmpound' Is plalnly sun.'d upon the package In which tho mlxturo Is offered for sale. For oxarn pl?. n mlxluro nf whiskey, In quantlty suffl ci"iit to domlnate tho character of thc mlx tur? with a potablo alcoholle dlstlllate from nourcca othor than erain. and Includin? hartnleaa color and flavor. ls correctly lab? eled 'Korwnn Whiskey.' \ rnmpound of whiskey and ran" dtatlllatos, unmlxod potable alcoholle dlstillat-s froin s<"i!("s othor than craln. with or wlthout harmlosa color or flavor. nr<- mishrand-d lf labeled Imltation whiskey. "Whon an ossonce or oil is added lo a dls tlllate of sraln. which without such addi? tion ls entltled to thc namo whiskey, and th? effect of such addition is to produce u product which slmulatea a whiskey of an? other klnd different from tlio klnd of whis? key to which .tho rssonce Is added, tho mlx turo is an imitatlon of tho i .urtlcular klnd of whiskey which ls almulated, i. c, If ryu eisance hc added to a hlghly recttfled dla? tlllato of corn, the mlxturo is mlsbranded if labeled whiskey-imitatlon rye. "All descrlpilvo matter on lho labols must bo acc.urato, and tho wnrd donoting the trade or kind of whiskey must be mado in typo as laruo as thc word 'whiskey' Itself. IE MUHIIER Tlio demurrer filed by .John II. rted ! wood anrl others against tlic dlssolu I tion of the l'iremen's Relief Assocla j lion was sustalned by Judge Ijjgrani ! In the Law and Equtcy Court yester j day, the application for a recelver be I ing refused. After a general meeting I of the association, at which It was deiermihed to wind up its affairs aud dlstrlbute the fund now in hand among the members, .State Senator Hands Oayle, a member of the assoctatlon, and at one tlme a call man iu the department, was retained to bring a suit for u receiyershlp in the name of XV. H. Thotnpson and others, aa the most equltable way of making the distrihutiou under court supervision. Captaln Redwobd, who opposes the dis solution, employed counsel to contest the case. Permisslon*was granted to .Senator Gayle to file an amended pe? tltlon, which is being prepared. In vlew of the fact that a major? ity of the members are not flremcn, and that n majority nf tho present fire men have not jolned the association, tho Board of l-'ire Commissloners some time ago took actlon wlthdrawlng its. sanctlpn, and proposing tiie formation of a new henellclal organl/.ation, lim? ited entirely to tlremen, on the llnes of the Police Benevolent Association. A majority ot the members. tlmrefore, havo lield that Hnco contributions Trom persons wliose property has been en dnngercd has been cut off, and as flre men aro not nov,- joining, It would be better to elose up its affairs and dls? trlbute the fiuul.x on hand A delegatlon from iho tribe of Pa munkey Indians llving on a reserva tlon between this clty and AVest Point called on Govcrnor Mann yesterday, Chief G. M. Cook and Counsolor .1. D. Brady brlnglng to the Chief Kxcctitive a line string of rlnck and iish. Tiie vlslt ls an annual affair. the chief of the tribo wlth a numbor of hls lollowers comlng to pay offlcial cour tosles to tho Uovernor of. Virginia and to bring trlbute of game, the cus tom, it is said. dating back to colo? nial days, tho l'amunkeys cialming to liavo lived on thclr. present roserva- " wb the II dre OsJ doi tion since the 0 Clilef Cook of Jamcstown. xptossed regret thnt the game laws of tlic- Ktute at HiIb seasou would not permit o? Iils making a but in liou thereof present of d ercct flKUre, led the processlon, his fol lowora hearing tho gamo between them on a long pu|f-. About ilfteon mom S?^ l*?iBJ?tl?? Bathered lntho ,. ? ro gathorod ... 8?_?IIL_-.-?cePllon room to witness tho oeremony, a briof addres munkcys rnor Mann mado -f thnjiks to the Pa - and thclr cliief n.u?^- lh"1'' "'ib,! lncrease," was Ben Owcns ?,?,,?, bonorlletlon, as h? niI?U_rd Z\ Cit,?->?B ? bruce- of line L, ??-,'? K' ing tho liuproHslon '_.,? ? ..'".'',l""? thnt, llfco Nlmrod, he ___? mlghly |,untor." /?old 'in,in h n,() Quinine, tho world wide full nlc i UnJ"TAy ??'ovee came. Call for tuli name. i.ook tor slKoatur.6 E. W. Qro'N, Mo 1 Ho Si? lill 8 ( a l of m< i He Tb nm iu ley c Pn Mr LACK OF RESULTS IS ilfllK TAF _fCohtlnued rrom Flrst Pngo.) eted, as the Alii.sknn biu waTTn asna even moro Inoxlrleiiblc. na I'lnvlH stlll ?? Mnu(1 Wasliingtoii, D, t' rho Balllnger-Plnch'o February 18. 1 Investigatlo "ommittee was ,n sesslo 'V o ? Tl r\ v" - ly ,no,-n|?T at 10 o'clock. Mt. \crtiooH. the attorney for Set oary Balllngor, continued'hl. crou e.Minilnatloii of j.otiLs R. Glavls ift mado little or no holdwuy Vle ha soveral arguments wltli thc witness d llio subject of direct uuswers. an during ono of theso Reprosehtatlv arahairi; of ininois, n Democrat; an senator .N'oison, or Mlnnebdta, chalr man of thc committee, had qulto i warm uollui'uy. Mr. Vertrees road Into tho recori lo-day ,-i number of letters nnd tclo ?rams dcaling wltli thc calllng ln p ho forest servlce by Olavls. Durlni he oros.i-oxamiualloti of lhe tvtthosi t wns shown that before he was callei >ff tho Alaska coal land cases ln May 90S, ho had telegraphed tho depart ncnt at Washlngton that tho Unlto< Hates attorney at Pnrtlaiul had tirge. hc iieccsslty of closlng up about n housand cases in Oregon. wliereli i hearlng had to be held almost lm uodlately, and the full field scrvlc* vould bo noeded. Threo days lntei JIavIs wns taken off the Alaska cases ind asslgned m thc Oregon work. Jlavls testlfled that he gc?t no order* o resume the Alzska cases untll Oc obcr, 1908. CIven Ttotlce. .Mr. Vertrees Immediately hegari uestlonlhg Glavls ns to the allegod ecesslty for n field e*.-amlnatlon of tho ilnskn coal clalnia prior to hls niak riK Ilnal reports. Witness said he had ot been glvcn tlme to make the cx iniiiallons. I fo admltted, however. hat he had been Instruoted that. the csults of tlie tleld eyamlnntlons could e put lllto tlie records after the evl ence r.p other fjattfec of the cases lad been taken. Glavls said he dld ot agreo Wltli tlie ofllee ln thls matter. Attorney A'ertroe.s and Glavls got ito n wranglc because when Mr. Ver rees would a <?!,-, "Were these not. the acts?" etc., the witness would repiy. Ves." following wltli an argument. ? t thls Juncttire. a heated colloquy nsued between Rcpresentatlvc Gra am nnd Chairman Nelson. when Mr. iraha.ni said there was too much lcc urlng of th? wltne??. 'I'he examination proceeded nuletly *vr a tlme. Senator Fletcher, of Flor la tlJemorran. said l." thought a lot f tlme was belng wasted by Inqulrles ci the witness when the telegrams to lavls from the department spoke for 'lemselves. Mr. Vcrtreofl '.pologlzod ? he had unnecessarily eonsumed the me of the committee, Mr. Vertrees rend n number of let sra and teloitrams de.ilinK wltli tlie tlling on of "the forcs.ry," the copies f the letters having boen recelved from Mie forestry" to-day. Mr. Vertrees next turn?d to the iiar-je mado by Glavls that he was illed off the Alaska work ln May. 130S. ad got r.o order* to resume until Oc >ber of that year. Glavis said he did not. regard the ?legram of Commissioner Dennett of ay 28. 100J, which concluded; "Push ork," as referrlng to iho Alaska ises, nor did IL 11. Schwartz. chief f tlie field service. so regard it, for q Septomber 23, 1008. Schwartz recom end'jd to Dennett that thc crder tak ig Glavls off the Alaska work be ivoked. itol.l.ln..?Mcnr*. [Special toTheTimes-nispatch.l Capn Charles. \'a., February lfi.? utwittlng parental ob.iectlons, Henry . Rohlns and Miss Suele R Mears, of jhnstown, eloped to Prlncess Anne ld were marrled yesterday morning i the parsonage of the Mothodlst piscopal Church by the Rev, .Mr. Wat fovrell?t.mlu lu. [Special to The Timos-Dlspatcli. 1 Capc Charles. Va., Februarv IC_ isse Powell, of I'arkslev. formerly of orfolk, and Mlss Willle Godwln, of arksley, were married lu the par mage of the BaptisL Church, ln Poco oke Clty, yesterday afternoon. Rev .1 '. Hundley performed the cercmonv" Turner?.......!.....d,,,. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.1 , February iti.?Edward .if thls place. and .Mlss Omohundro, of Manteo; t Bucklnghum on Tues it 1Q o'clock, by Rev. F. Aalllant, of the M. E. Church, utii. Mr. and Mrs. Turner arrlved liere tlie 9'lu o'.lock train last night, Uicy wlll reslde. Norwood, A mes Turner attie Lotllst ere marrled iy morning her Collle?l iirdwcll. [Special to Thc Times-Dispatch.;] ? Danville, Va., February 16.?ltoberi C. Col , of Tunstoll District. PULsylvanla coun ai.d .Miss Stella Cnrdwell. daughter of seph T. Cardwoll, of Wltt, Vo., were mar d hero to-night at tlio Presbyterian inso by Rov. IV. lt. I-airda. POLICEMAN OGILVIE DEAD e of Oldest Offlccrs on Richmond Force CODipletes I.ong Servlce. .fter having served on the Klol.mond po b force for forty-two years, Pollceman in Ogilvic, of ?'1)17 Kust Broad Streot, dled 1S:43 o'clock this morning. of an illncss oudiug from lust Friday. 'hough lu hls soventy-fourlli year, Mr. ilvle was on active duty up io almost the v- of hls llluoss. Ho holong to tho Flrst ilrlct, nnd his wns for years a famlllar e at Chesapeake nnd Olilo statlon, whore had been on duty for a long tlme. Ile s noted for hls klndllh'ess und f.,r hls irteay to strangers. who camo daily Into . city. und hls duty and oxample as nn iccr of lhe law wns always ubove re .ach, He alao dld much duty with tho ro! wagon. i lo wns elected to tho forco threo yeara er tho endltig of tho Clvll YVar. He pnss through tho facttonal troubles of (ho ?s succooding, and romalned on the forco en others wero put out ot lhe servlce by dlft'orlug partles. 0 is survlved by hls wife nnd six chll n?N". B. Ogilvle, of Ashland, and W. L ilvle., Georgo W. Ogilvle, .Mrs. J. II. t'or i, and Misses .\dele and I.ena Ogilvle. '. li; Ogilvio is .also a pollco offlcer. Ha now very 111 in tho Vlrglnla Hospltal. oro ho has undergono several operatlotis. 1 news of his father's deuth wlll bo kept m hlm for tho present. lio funeral arrangcineiits havo not yet u mado. OBITUARY TkoiunM llopc llurton. [Special to The Tlmos-DIspatch. J Janvllle, Va., February IC.?Thomas ipe Burton dled at the homo of hls ter, Mrs. Robert Itedd, about llve los from Danville, thla afternoon at i clock. Ho had beon an Invalld for lumber of years. Ho wns a momber the Presbyterian Church. and was in > fUty-eightti year of hls ago. rie leaves two slsters, Mrs. Robert dil, of Plttsylvnnia county, and Mrs. llie Goodow, of Wasliington. D. 0. e funeral wlll be held Friday ut rjn, nnd tho interment will bo minTe the family burylng-ground, ut "<)ak -, near Sutherlin. Mrs. Uolen.se Hoj (I. [Sneelal to The Times-nispatch. 1 'hatliam, February lli.?Mrs. Hotonsb yd dled at tho lioino of lier niece, _4 .Willlam D.,Nettl, near Spr_i_.Gar.-__ The delicious Flavor of Apollinarii Water COMBINED WITH ITS PERSISTENT WeRVESCENCE And Valuable Digestive Q\ialities Accounts for its \ \ Ever Increasing Popularity ' den, Monday, followlnj; an illness i sonfe length. Sho is survived by large famlly connectlon ln Plttsy vanla. Interment wns in the faml cemetery Tuesday afternoon, condncti by rtev. K. Y. Pooie, ot Chostnut I,ev Church, Sho was about sevcnty-eigl years of age. Mra, Mtiry Htirtce. [Speelul to Tho TimcH-Iilspatch.l Staunton, Va., February 18.?.Mr Mary Burke, wldow of W'tu. A. Burk tor many yearn postmaster of Stiiuii ton, dled to-day, aged about oevont years. J.r_; .Mnry rrimcpN Skluucr. [Spoclni to Tiie Tlmes-Dlspatch.] Danvllle, Vn., February 16.?.Mn Mary Frances Sklnnor, wldow of Tbco doro Sklnnor, dlerl tHla morning n her home, on West Maln Street, afte a bllcf illness. Mrs. Sklnner ls survived by tw daughters tind four nons, ns followf Mrs. Baker I'leo, of I_os Angeles, Cal Mrs. Tlicodore A. Williams. ot Nor lolk; Messrs. W. O., It. P. and .1. Thor Sklnner. of Danvlllo, ntul C. U Skin ncr. of St. Louis. Tbe funeral servlces will bo cou dticted from lho residence, on Wes Maln .Sfc'eet. Friday afternoon at 3:3 o'clock. Rev. J. Cleveland Hall, roc tor ot tlio Church ot Eplpliany, Wll ofhclate. and Interment will bo mrvd ) in Green Hiii cemetery. Mra. I.ucy Ctitinlnglinni. I Speclal to Tho Times-OlHp<-uch.) Nor wood. Va., February 16.?Mr; laicy Ctmnlngham, wifo of T. H. Cun uihgham; died nt her home in Buck Itigham on Tuesday nt 1 o'clock. afte a week'a illness. She leaves a hus band, four sons and ono daughter, nn two sisters. Mrs. Willlam Cunningbun of Buckingham. and Mrs. Mary lior ner. of Manchester. Va.. aml on brother. Monroe Wrlght. of Bucklng ham. She wns buried In the famll: burylng-ground nl her home on Wed nesday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Henry Nutt Pnraley. [Special toThc Tlmes-Dlspatch.] Fayettevlllp. >J. C. February 16? Henry Nutt Par.ley, rerently of Mar.oti Ga., died Iipto carly thls morning a the home of hls father-ln-law. Cap taln .lames X). McNIell, after an i!l ness of six weck.^ Mr. Parsley wa a native cif Wllmlifgton, anrl wasabou forty yearH old. Ile ls survived by hi Wife. formerly Mlss Margaret Gllber McNIell, and two young chlldren. Tln remalns v,-ere taken to Wllmlngton thi afternubn for Interment. 'llhoitiiin A. Scoll. Thomas A. Scott, for many years i resldent of thls city, and a woll-knowi ' buslnesg man. iilod ln Columbus, O. i at 2:10 A. M. yesterday. Ho wai strlcken wltli appendlcltis on Friday and v. as operalod on that afternoon porltonitis set in, which caused htl deatli. Mr. Scott, wlio waa flfty-three yean old. waa a member <it No. ^ Command ery. Knlghts Templar. aud Acca Tcm ple, Shrlne. He built the flrst lu plant in rtichmond. aud was associatoc wlth others ln bulldlng the ice plam of tho Home Brewery. Mr. Scott leaves three daughters? Mrs. Hazel Scott WoorJ, Mrs. Albert A Pizzinl and Mrs. Nowel .'oster, of Co? lumbus.. Tho remalns wili arrive here at 1:1' o'clock this afternoon, and will bc removed direct to Hollywood. ( npi. Charlex R. I'hllllp*. fSpcclal to Tho Times-Dispatch.1 Norfolk. Va., February 16.?Captalr Charles II. i'hillips, veteran clerk ol the Hustlngs Court, i'ortsmoutb, dlerl last night from a stroke of paralysll sustained about a week ago. Ile nevet recovered consciousnes- after tlio at? tack. Captain Phllllps was born In 1836, and was a Confederate veteran, servlng in the Confederate army with distlnctlon. He is survived by a wldow, two sons, Louis C. Phllllps and Carroll ? '. Phllllps, and a daughter, Mrs. John Carland Pollard. of Itlchmond. f'uuerni of Mr. Frnyner. The body of I_ II. Frayser, who died Tuesday at Mcinphls. Tenn.. will ariivo here to-day, the exact hour of which is not known. The funeral will tako place soon after the traln reaches this clty. The pall-bearors are Hamilton Plcas nnts, Stewart Jones, Thomas Blgger, Wllliam Gwatklns, Cary Shepherd, St. .lullen Oppenhimor. John .Montague and Mercer Shlelds. .11 rs. Mollle Crouse. Charlottesvllle, Va., Februarv 16.? Mrs. Mollle Crouse, wifo of the.llev. A. L. Crouse, pastor of the Lutheran Church of thls clty, dled at 4 o'clock thls morning at her home. on Niiittt Streot, ufter a long illness. of heart trouble. The funeral will be held at 10 o'clock to-morrow rnornitig from the I_utheran Church. tho sorvlce to be contiueted by the Rev. Mr. Ketigle, of Crimora. Mrs. Crouse was MUs Mol lie Bilbrow. ot Hickory, N. C, to which polnt the remalns will bo taken to morrow for burial. Her marrlage to Mr. Crouse took placo thlrty-six yoara ago. Two children survlve?Carl Crouse and Mlas lA'.da Crouse. both of tlils clty. Koberlsou Gordou. [Speclal lo The Times-Dlspalch.l Charlottesvllle, Va., February 16.? Robertson Gordou, only son of Mason Gordon, a prominent lawyer of this clty, died of pneumonia at a late hour last night. at his father*s home ln the county. He was taken ill nt. Rocky Mount, N. C, and two days ago came to Iils father's hotne, whero pneumonia developed at once. Mr. Gordou was about thirty-flvo years of age. Ho studied law at the Unlverslty of Vir? ginia. For some years im was con nected wlth tlio Norfolk and Wcslorn Rallway, and later with tlio Southern, With hcadrjuarterk ii Alexandria, Vn. For thc past several .cars he bad been ln the-( inploy of the legal departmont of tho Atlantic C6?s_ I?oe Rallway, wltli lleildriuarters at Rocky Mount, N. C. Ho married some yoara ago Mlss Burr, of Wllmlngton, N. c., who, wlth llve chlldren, survlvcs hlm, l>, P", Morrow. |.Speclal toTllO Times-Dlspatch, 1 Burlington, N. C? February 10.?D. F. Morrow, ono of Burllngton's oldest Citl_ens, died yesterday at Rex llos oltal, Ralelgh, at tho ago of slxty-eight years. Survlving hlm aro a wlfc. two ilaughtora and threo sons?Miss Annlu MotTOW and Paul Morrow, of Burling? ton | Mr.?. Chalmors Glenn, of Wlnston Balem; Itobert Morrow, of Hlgh Polnt and Herbort Morrow, of liamlet. Tlio funoral servloea were c/uidueted to day ut the Christian Church by Rov. D, Mclvcr, of tho Presbyterian Church. and Interment was at Pin,, lllll Cem? etery. . MARRIAGES CI.APP?KNIOHT?Married. at i , i mantiel Church, Cumb'erland, Md i?y hV?H: "' T,?">'?rd. August 16. laop. HAHOI.D CLINTON CEAPP nnd _???, EEIZABET1I RANOOLPH KMGIIT. DEATHS"" RIVES?Dlnd. on Monday, February IX. lniO. at her late resldonce, ??p.lver lawn." on James Rlver. Albemarlo oounty, MRS. COP.NEMA cabeli, Interment at "Rlverlawn." SCOTT?Dlerl. nt Columbus. O.. Wod tiesday, February 16, 1910, at 3:10 A. M.. THOMAS A. SCOTT. aged flfty-three years. Ho la. survived by three dau.hler.'?Mrs. Hazel Scott Wood. Mr., Alhert A. Plzzinl. of Richmond. Vn.. and Mrs. Nowel Foster. of Columbua. O. Funeral from Main Streot Station at 1:10 P. M. THCRSDAY. Burlal In Hollywood. GASSElt?Entered Into r?/t. at hls residence, No. 1 South Walnut fatreet, or Allen Avenuo, February 1.",, 19J0, at 2 o'clock. OSWALD M." GASSBR, lu the flfty-fourth yenr of hls age. He leaves a wldow and the follow? ing chlldren: Mrs. Charles Covlns* ton. Mrs. Wllliam Gentry, OswaM F.. Willlam E. and MIks Esther Gaa ser, and one grandchild. He also leaves three sister::?Mrs. Adam Eck, Mrs. Fred Schultz anrl Mrs. .Tarn'o* Krouse, and one brother, Eoul3 F Gasaer. Funeral from Emmanuel Church. Henrlco county. FIHDAY MORNING at 11:30. Prominent Local Society Women Figure in Street Car Episode Women and men are both very susccp tihle 10 thc charms ol an attractivc figure. Thi* fact was demonstrated bcyond any doubt yesterday afternoon. I was in a Broad Street car. Just in, front of mc sat a youngman and his wife. When we reaehed Third Street a charming young woman boarded the car, went well for? ward aud sat down. The man in front of! mc commented on her attractivc hgure;i his wife, with rather a sneer, advanced/' the idea that shc was very much "made, up." Thc man was willing to back his' judgment with a fivc-pound box of candy.J So his wifo voluntcercd to ask the lady--, rather an unusual proccdure, but shc wanted thc candy. Shc delibcratcly ? walked up to her and unblushingly told hcr'of the wager witli her husband, where upon she was politely informed that any; woman in Richmond could have a supcrb figure if she would only go to J. B. Mosby , & Co.'s and bc fitted by Mmc. La Burt, the expert corscticre who is demonstrat ing thc handsome La Grecque Corset. utlmulate the TORPID LIVER, strengthen the dlgestlve organs, regulate the bowels, and are un equaled as un ANTI-BILI01IS MEDICINE, In malari.-tl distrlcts their virtues cre widely rccognized, as tbey poi scss pccullnr propertles In froelng thc system from tbat pobson. Elc gantly su__rco_ted. take No Substitute. VERY IMPORTANT Abov.t Tuning Don't allow any one to touch your piano except tho most thoroughly cpm petout and reliable tuncr. Call up . Lee Fergusson Piano Co., Madison 622L 119 E. Broad Street i^Bsk _#gS_S-_. /i^v^ ,1P THIS COUPON OU' FEBRUARY 17, 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. NOTICE-TO COUPON CLIPPERS On February 1* (by error) the coupon was dated the ?] 3th, therefore it will be honored as the 13th when presented with your set of (30) thirty consecutive household coupons. \ , THE TIMES-DISPATCH. ?___:? u?_____i*-iL__._|