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tho whole themo. tho story, tho "busi?
ness'' of the plece Ih of a chnractcr that nccessarlly .-.uKirestH tho tininen tlonabln to the mlnd. So much of thal which may not bo talked of, or wrltten about ln tho press, entors Into Iho tlienip of tho plny. thnt to attempt to g-lvcn even n n-nnpsls of the Btory would bo almost ii'ntiosslble. The llrst two acla wero qulet enough. thc last two wcr0 funny onough, but they turned upon sltua tions that, fllppantly dealt with as tht\j* were, were nll based upon viclous ldens. The cnmpnny, whlle not of the hlgh est class, wns capable enough. In deed, Its nblllty but lent force to thc Innate depravlty of the play. Beyond the excellcnce of the nctlnnr nnd tho ludlcrousness of some of the altuatlonS, thore Is nothlng to be said for "Thc Glrl from Rector's" and everything to bo snld ngnlnat it. If Kluw & EHangor Wlll perslst ln ?:ondlng dlrty. suggostlve plays through Iho Sputh, they must take tho conse qtlcnces of thoir bravndo. (Continued From Flrst Pugc.) were carried to thc Gtidgoon home. But the neighbors, becoming aroused over thc importation, notlfled tho po llco and sherlff, nnd nn Investlgatlon bv tho Children's Home Soclety, tho A-SOclated Ch rltles, the county Judge, the pollco and sherlff followed. Tho county Judgo mnde thc Tampa Chil? dren's Home gunrdlnns fnr six of the bables, nnd tlie seventh was given to n prlvato family. Tho nuthorllios are Interferlng- to prevent tho children from starvlng. IIuIiIcm F.mnelnled. All the bables were emaciated nnd poorlv attended. Mrs. Solena R. Dunk ley and Mrs. Hnrvey vlslted here. but returned. The former said she wns superintendent of lhe Riciimond home. They were requested to take the chil? dren buck. but both declared that the bables were too frail to stand tho trip. The State attorncy ls lnvestlgatlng the Mrs. Gudgeon ls IltHcrate, and has no children. bhe said that Tampa ought not to bo concerned, since Rich? mond money pays for tho children, The three voungest wero found on n quilt resting oniv on wire sprlngs. Condi? tions in tlie Gudgeon home aro un sanltary. 'ST S (Continued From First Page.) until to-morrow seems to corroborate the statement that there is no irnme diato danger of a fatal turn ln tho r-enator's condition. Absolute quiet has boen enjolned, nnd practlcally nobody except rela? tlves see the patient. Thc Senator's wife and their eldcst son, Benjamln R. Tlllman, Jr., are with hlm. and hls other two children, Henry C. and Sallle May Tlllman, have been summoned by telegraph to the bedside of their fath? er. They probably will leave Green ?wood, S. C., for the natlonal capital at once. 70 LIBEL SUITS Williams Printing Company Seeks to Escape Responsibil ity for Yoder Pamphlet. Attorney Charles V. Meredlth filed a demurrcr yesterday ln the Law and Equlty Court to tho suits lnstituteu by Police Conimlsslonc-rs W. Douglus Gordon and Chris Manning, agalnst the Williams Prlntlng Company for $10,000 each. Tho suits were based on tho publlcatlon of the Yoder pam? phlet, and the clvll adtion was brought) agalnst tiie printing company at tha same time that original warranta were sworn out for tlie wrlter of tho pamphlet. YoiJ.(-r w,-is convicted, both ; ln the Police lijjci.Htlstlngs Courts, and is now aervlng a. fifteon-day term in " the City Jall. The Williams company demurs to the declaration flled in the .suits, holding tliat It is not BUfflcIent ;jin law on which to base a clalm for '.iamages. Judge Ingram took the case 'under advisement. Tiie suits are set :for trlnl on March 21. ' Nothlng further hus been heard of 'the efforts of Rev. Tllden Scherer to ,secure slgnature for a pardon for Yoder. It Is understood that several of those \r_ho were attacked in thc Voder pamphlet have refireed to sign' ".such a petltlon on tlie ground tliat the ?Jury verdlct was light, and that some Jpeople might construe such an ap ,pc-al Into an admisslon that tlie editor ?was justifled in rnaklng his attacks. Clrcuit Court nf Appealp. j Tho United Btatea Clrcuit c;ourt of Ap teali r. convencd yesterday morning at 10:30 Vclock, wlih Cir.-uli Judges (loff nr.d l'ritrh ird aml District Jutlgt-a Boyd and Daytun n atundanre. | Tho following can.; was argued: B No. Sli-C. II. Ilnxford, appellant, vs. . 3runBwlc-k-_al_c.-('ollnmUr Company, ap j,.ellee. Appeal from tho Clrcuit Court ut l\8heville. N. C. C-uso argued by .lullua K. Martln and J. II. Tuckor. of Ashevllle, N. .'., for the appellant, and James H. Merri (ion, of Ashcvillu, N, c., and T. D. Bryson nd S. V,'. Black. of Bryson Clty, N. C., for ho apptlke. and sul.mltted. j No, 74r,-0. n. Weatfeldt et a!s., apnellantB, a. North Carolina Jllnlrig Company, ap ellee. Appeal ir..m tho Clrcuit Court at ?ahovllle. N. C, Uj.cn i.ctitlon of appellees br a mo-lftcatlon. of the decreo of thls viurt as io cobih. Argued by .iam.-s 11. Mer ,mon, of Aahavlllo, N. C., and J. J. Hooker, f DUlshoro, N. C, ln support of tlio peil on, and by V. A. Bondley, J.iIIub C, Martln nd Alf. S. Barnard, of Aaheville. N. c. and (ustaf B. Weatfeldt, Jr., of Now Orlcans, 1%, in opposltitui to the molton. ? Oouri adjourn.-d luitll thls morning at 10-50 [tclock. jjTo-day being confer..rirc day there wlll be f. rates ln the call for argument. but lhe I ui-i will hold a corderence session as io ?? eiii.es he.retofore argued. h jCoughorCold _ is broken up by using ! SIOAM'S LINIMENT 11 frtcet, 23c., SOc,, and 91,00. The conservatlve black derby s certalnly a necessity for ?very self-respectlng head, but t's a welcome change to rest /our brow at times by wear ng one of the new soft artlstlc ?velour" hats in colors to har nonlzo -with your clothes. All tho latest "creations" are lere. $2.80 to $5.00. Isn't thts impartlal? Three well-known makes of Dertales to choose from?each in all tholr best blocks: Dunlap?Heath?Berry. $2.50 to $5.00. \ - You can stand all day in our 'Cushion" Shoes?$5.00. Nothing llke asking! Your exact size may be re naining in just the Suit or Dvercoat you would have se ected in Novsmber. You're in from $6 to $12 f it is. IFTICHL CENSUS IS APRIL IS veconls Are to Bc Taken as of] That Date Throughout Country. 1ULES FOR ABSENTEES _upervisor Ridgeway Moore | Tells Who Is to Be Counted in Family. Expllclt nnd longthy prlntcd in tructlons to census enumerators. i-hlch have been prepared by the Jnlted States Census Bureau, give a dear Idea of the character of the an-1 iwers expeeted from tho people of tha | Jnlted Statc3 with regard lo the ques? tlons ln tho populatlon schedule to j be carried ln the decennlal census April 15 next. All answers are to have reference solely to the "census day." which is April 15. Persons livlng on that day, but who died after it and before the enumerators call, are to be counted,. but persons born after April 15 are noi to bo lncluded ln the count. Person* i wlio were .Single on April 15 are to bo rcported aa single. even though they have married subsequeutly and beforo the canvasser lias called. This is true, ilmllarly, of persons who became wid )wed or dlvorccd aftor April 15. The census law provides that all >ersons shall bo enumerated at their 'usual place of ahode" on April 15. I'hls meang the placo whero they may ii- said to llve or bulong or the placo vhlch is their home. As a rule, tho sual place of abode is not tho placo ,-horo a person works or where he ats, but where he regularly sleeps. 'he enumerators are cautloned, how v?r, that whore a man happens to Inep at the tlme of the enumeratlon tay not be the placo where ho rcgu irly sleeps. l.lNtlm. of Ab-triitrrn. There will bo a number of persons avlng their usual places of abode ln numeration distrlcts who will be ab jnt April 15. Theso are to be ln luderl and onumeratod after the facts' jgardlng thom have boen obtaincd! 'oni their familles, relatlves, acqualnt nces or othor persons able to glve! io information. For instance, If a lomber* of any famlly ln an ohumcra-l on distrlct ls tomporarlly away from j omo on a vlslt, or on buslness, or i ?avollng for pleasure, or at tendlng; ?hool or college, or sick In a hospital, j JcbJ absent person Is to be enumer tod and lncluded with other members tho famlly. But a son or dauRhtor! THE"WEATHER Forecaati For Virginia?Fnlr Snlur iiy nml Sundnyj llnht nortb wludt. ! For Nortb ("nrollun?Oenernlly fnlr uturdi.y und Sundny* juodrrule nortb inl norlhciiHt tvlmlN, CONDITIONS YESTEIIDAY. A. M. temperature. :i3 umldity . C3 'Ind, dlreotion .-.. .Northeast 'Ind. veloclty . 20 .'eaiher .-.Cloudy I ulnfall . i noon tomperaturo ....,.,. 1". M. temperature....". axlmum t<*uiperuturo up to n P. M. lliilruum temperature up to 5 P. M. oan temperature . orma] tomperaturo .-? eflclency in temperature to-day.. ertciency in tomperaturo since March " 1. ccum. excess ln temperature since January 1. tefh lency in rainfail since March 1 . 7,06 .ccum: deflclency ln rainfail since January l .e_ ONDITIONS IJV IMI'OIITANT CITIF.S. (At 8 P. M.. Kastorn Standard Timo.) i'i?-o Thor. II. T. i.eather, lharlotte . :i 4'--, <t;i .-inuiah . kionvllK arleston V U'OHI . i-lllo \nh <?w Orleans ... 40 -oblle . 40 Ulunta . ?o ItalolKh . ;;? WlliuliiK-tnu .... 43 lupltor . vo I'atnpa .'.'. r,o OalvoBton . :ik l'aloHtino ...... :i| NorfolH. n Hutleru- . __ ?IIIXIITUItE AI.MANAI. u.,_ ?i? ? Fobrunry l!>, l_iu, Bun _?t_*'".' i.S lll<i" TIPW. '?' . E:n3 Mopilna_13:48 8:34 Kvbnlug.,,, i;u Moon t*_ts. regularly Hvlng In another locality should not he counted wlth tho fiitnlly nt home, Sorvants, laborers or other omployos who llve wlth tho famlly and slcop in tho same house or on tho promlsc.1*, shotlld bo enumerated wlth the fnuilly Tho Census BurCall states thnt thero wll) he, on tiie othor hand, a nortaln number of persons presont antl por haps lodging nnd slooplng ln dlstrlcta at tho timo of the eniimorn.tlon who do not have their usual places ot nhodo thero. Theso oro not to he enumer? ated. It must bo assumed that they will bo onumerntnd clsowhore. Wlio Aro to Ile Counted. Tho eanvansofs should not, thoroforo, unlesn It Is partleularly certain that they will not he cnumeratod anywhore olse, onumorato or Inelude wlth tho members of the famlly thoy nro onum eratlng any of the following classes: Persons viflitlng a famlly. Translent boardera or lodgors who havo somo othor usual or permanont placo of abode. Students or chlldron llving or board? lng wlth a famlly ln order to attend somo Bchool, college or othor educa? tional Instltutlon In the locality, but not regarding tho placo ns tholr homo. Porsons wlio lake tholr meals with a famlly hut lodge or sleep elsowhcro. Rervnnts, approntlcos or other por son? omployed hy a famlly and work? ing ln tho houso or on tho prcmlses, hut not sleopltiK there; or Any person who was formerly In o famlly, but who hfts since becomo a pcrmanent Inmato of an nsylum, alms hnuse, homo for tho nged. reformatory, prlson, or any other instittiUon ln which tho inmatos may romaln for long porlods of tlme. Settled Out of Courl. In the Law and Equlty Court yoRtorday lh? caso of John 1.,. GrltTlth ngalnRt tha Chesapeake. and Ohlo Italiway Company wag dismlsscd from tho docket. Thn caso had beon set for trial on Monday and was an actlon for rlamai-as In tho sum of $1,000. II Is undorstood tliat thore was a settlomont out of oourt, but tho terms woro not nn nounccd. Btrcct Commlttee Called. A spocial meetlng of tho Council commlt? teo on Streets has been callnd for Monday ntg-ht at 8 o'clock. Marrlago Ucense. A marrlago llconso waa isauod in tho UiiHtlns-s Court yostorday to Charles Jacob son and Itosa Zarlncky. TD RUN FORJUOGEi Supporters Making Campaign on Behalf of Hon. William A. Jones. [Special to Tho Times-Dispatch.1 Hampton, Va., February 18.?Accord? ing to reliable information brought to thls clty a concerted effort is belng put forth ln Washington to have Hon. Wllliam A. Jones, Congressman ln the First Virginia District, which includes Hampton. appointed judrre of the Fnltcd States Circuit Court for '.hls dlstrlct, provls'.on for whloh appolnt? ment will llkely bo made at the pres? ent sosslon of Congress. It la said that the admlrers of the Virginia Con? gressman are anxlous to see him ole vatcd to the bench. and that as Mr. Jones is _ warm personal frlend of Presldent Taft. that tho Congressman would mako a formldable candidato for the bonch ln the event that he con sent,, to allow his name to be present ed t'o tho President. The information here is that so far Congressman Jones has not expressed hls wlshes ln the matter, but that hls supporters are makinc; a qulet, thoutrh very active, campalgn in nis behalf. Mr. Jonos Is .-> tralner! lawyc-r. and thoso who know hlm doclare that he would ho a credit to thc Unlted Statos Circuit Court bar. W W. Woodward. dlrcctor of cen? sus for tho Flrst Concrossional Dis? trict, lias returned to Hamnton aftor spenrilns several days In Washlnpton ln conforonco with Dlreclor of Census Durand rolatlve to tho examination of tlio enumerators ln this district. Captnln W. W. Scott. a ir?>mbor of tho Vlr-riria Pilots' A*-sociatlon. has boon notlfled bv the Patent Offlce in Washlncrton tliat ho has boen granted a oatent on a rubber tire for vehieles. Fndlnr- a frultless searcli of Bix days ror tho nilssinj- p-ovcrnment navy tug Nlna, whloh w;us made from Hamnton Roadr out past Hn.tieras. thc' hattle ship Douisinna and the scout erulsor Salem. roturnod to Hampton Roads this mornins-. Tho fighters were unablo to flnd any traco of the miKsiiir,-- tug, and among tho sallors on tho Loulsiann there ls no longer doubt but what the crow of tho Ninu poriehod. Tho newest acr-ulsitlon to thc tor podo forco of tho I'nitod Statos Navy. tho Lambsome, whloh was built ln the Philadelphla shlnyard, came Into Hamnton Road.. thls morning bound tor Charleston. S, C. The T.ambsomo is said to b? tho fn_stost torpodo d-> stroyors over built, havlng a speed 01 tlilrtv-ono knots. Lleutenaat-Com? mander liuliv Is in command of the strnnge looklnp littlo fipchtor. Miss Margaret Herbort. tho second daughter of Mrs. Thomas Swopton Herbort. and Frank Edward Herbort. Fnitorl Statos Navy wore marrlod last evening ln tho homo of tho brlde on Buckroo Beach by the Ilov. Reverdy Bstill, D. I>. James II. Fletcher, a well-Unown lawyer of Accomac county, ls horo to socuro tho Indorsemont of local attor? ney.. for tho Judgeshlp 'n Accomac and N'orthi'.mpton countles. ln tho ovont that tho DofrlKlaturo docldos to split the present Bleventh Jud'clal Dlstrlct by makintr Accomac and Nort hampton a nr.w clrcult. Mr, Flotchor is said to tir strongly Indorsed for tho'nlaoo liy tho lawvors on tho Eantern Shore. Pr.-irsall Ilarri? anrl Ollio AVUlinm.* notrroos, were eonvlcted of HtonllnK electric wlr'es from tho street rallway companv':- poles along tho Buckoo Ho.-ich llno by Mayor l,. P. Fumess, In tho Phoelnis Pollro Court. nnd sont onccd to thlrty days In tho oounty jall. PAINTBn COMMITS StHCIDK. Wuh UMpn'udenl lte_iiit*? Mr Could .\ot !-*l?,| tl ,Iol?. [Spocial to Tho Tlnies-Dlspntoh.] Newport News. Va.. Februpry 1S. Despondnnt becauso he losi l ls job ?t the shlnyard Mdr/day, anrl had been unablo to socuro another, Frank Moran, a young palnteri commltted suicide by drlnklrirr carbollc nohi t)iis nftornooti tit hiw hQardln<r*house, "it Tlilrty-so enth Streot. Moran, who was about l.wentv-elirht years of nge. had Ilved In thls clty nnd Norfolk fnr n tiumhor ?,f yours. Tfe hnd no rolatlve-j hero, but ;i slster llvos nt lr.o llnnii Btreet, Nor.olk. Monm wenl tr, Nru-fnll. thls rriornlnpr, and, tt ln said. ho trled yslnly to f cure work at hls trade thero, i;<-? turning horo this nflVrnoon he went to hls room nhoul 3 o'elnck. Thr< hours Into,- somo ono trled |il? door, ri"rl tird'ni' It r-iHiehfld. <?? "> .1 for .ih plHtanco, Th<. door wag hrbknn open nnd Moran vnn tllHrpvered ri^ad nn Mh bo.i nn r-iiy-ii bottlo labeled carbollo acid by hi. sldo, r?r Oprv lho poronnr vlewod tho body, and deolded 'hat nn Iwiuosl was ndl neoi-Msitrv The hnlv wiim lurnml over t? iin .l.-rli.tror, .,nd tvlll lie hold pondlntr Instrtiotioris from ''"? Hlstor |? Nr.rfr.lk w|,r, -,,,? l,,.f,ri rlftl Ifli'll hy li... l'..u..,. iirpiir^nont -if hnr hrnth or's death. (ii.iiiv in,,. ??iiimwii itriMvi:" That in I.AXATIVK HltliMO t.UINlNI': I_3ok for the HlKiiiiiuri! of 13. vv. tiiCiVI-: I'hi.d lho World over lo Cor" u Cold lu Ono Day. 'iUa. Janos Water NATURAL LAXATIVE CONSTIPATION Spcedy Sure Contlo Recommcnded by Physicians Refusc Substitutes SEYLAR BROTHERS Dclcclivcs Fcar Trouble When Aulantic City Is Rcached. Times-Dispatch Duroau, 10'J North Sycamore Streot, Petersburg, Va., l-'ehruary 18. Thc brothers, Willlam T. anj Orvls Seylar, arrested here Into night before last, eharged with tho murder of Miss Jane Adams at Atlantic City, N. J., on the nlght of February 1, wore taken to Atlantic City to-day. They wero ln the custody of Detectives Robert C. .Mlllor and James Mnlseed, of tho Fo llco Depnrtment of tlio New Jersey clty, who took abundant procautlona to prevent any attempt at cscape. Though hc has atrenuouaty denled knowledge of thn young woman's death, and that ho had even aeen her on that fatal evening. Willlam Sey? lar. the elder brother, who ls eharged dlrcctly with tho murder, appeared very gloomy and downcast thls morn? ing, and had nothlng to say. Hc has not yet been informed of tlie posltlve statement mado hy hls brother that he -was on the pler with Mlss Jano Adains tliat night; that hc wus spoken to there anj asked to bring tho wo? man home, and thut he replled there waa no hurry, and that tho woman said he would not let her como home. When confronted l?" hls brothers statement ln Atlantic Clty, it ls be lleved that he will wcaken and con fess. It ia not believed by the detec? tives that tho youngcr brother had any hand ln the murder. though lt ls not explatncd why he should have run away from Atlantic City as he dld. Probably 100 or more people wont to the depot thls morning at 11 o'clock to get a vlew ot the prisoncrs, and their curiosity was fully gratitied. Th general Impresslon formed was that the two men were about as rough and uncouth specimens of humanlty aa ono would desire to see, und the aurprise wus expressed that any woman of retincmeait and genilliiy would be found associatlng with them. Thc de? tectives expreased some fcar of trouble when lhe prlsoners rcached Atlantic City. Some wild reports about tho arrest and alleged confessions of these men were publlshed iu Northern pa? pers. They were not given tlmc t? reslat arrest when caught ln their bed, and the only weapons they had were a knife and a razor. They made no confession whatever. The men have a brother llvlng ln Chesterficld coun? ty, near Petersburg. I.nnded Heliind llnrn. Atlantic Cltv, N- J.. February 18.? Mam.cied to his brother Orvls, who ls wanted as a witness. Willlam Seylar. who ls charsed by the local police authoritios with belng responslble for tlu- death of Jane Adams, on a pler on the nlght of February l, arrived ln this cltv to-nlfrlit ln chnrpre of the two detectives who hnd captured the men at Petersburg, Va. Orvls had a smile on the face, but the elder man ap? peared thoroughly COWed as thoy were hurrled from the train to thc police station. A sqiiad of police held back the great crowd which had gnthered nt the sta? tlon awattlng the arrlval of the two men. Tlie men were placed in separate cells, the entlre leneth of tiie jall lying between the prlsoners. Both are belng closely guarded, not. even Seylar's wife lic-InK permttted to see her hus? band. lt ls l.inted that both men wlll undergo the thlrd d.-Rreo before rnorn lnp. Tlu- detectives said both prls? oners became a trliln nervous aa tho traln approached thltf clty. and they appeared rellovod when both had been safely landed back of the prison bars. George Kdv.ar.i Seylar, a younger brother of th.- prlsoners. made a flylng leap from thc rapldly movlng express when he saw tlu. prreat crowd eongre gatod about tho. rallroad statlon, but was not sorlously lnjured. Tlie dead glrl'a father was nt tbe statlon when the traln pullod ln, but made no effort t.. harm Willlam Sey? lar The blg crowd remalned ln tho ylclhlty of lii.. city Hall long after mldnight. FOB JUOGESHIP Supporters Win Out in Norfolk and Poi'ismouth Over Waddill. | Special l.iTh Norfolk, Va . VOtO Of B5 to 15 i mouth I3ar .\ ??? yofitorday ovi nln polntniont ,,? j. to the United Sl to i,o oreatntl i Fourth .udlclnl pistrlct Judg. i-: action Wim takt-i Bar AHsoolotlon . beon made l.\ .1. t? proveni lhe Prentls. Wln -I I'orci'H saw they niollon waa rna. iuiv action waa Agftln another table .'ill " nln whtcn had heon 1..-I. lh" Judgu iti control, Th. Only Jtldgo Pr'"> vvero voted foi l'r.'tiilH r,r, itni iiioml.i'i' pruaei ure i:ir> iiii-nii.i tion. Ot llie' Waddlll recelvt l,v Iti-i-iihll.-.-iii elght Domoorai Uh'h Huppprini iiicnil.it n. Klalt.il wltli folll, Whl-lie .Iml,, uf ijluiidu lu lt>t ih! .1 Tlmea-DlHpatch.l ?ebruary 18.?By a ? Norfolk and 1'orts itlon went on record ? favorliig tho ap :?? uobert R- Prent'ls te.i tudgeshlp. about Congress for tho Ircult, over Federal inund Waddill. Thls at a meeting of the t.-r a hnrd flght. had l?o Wadd'Hl's friends doraement of Judgo ho Judgo Waddlll wero outniimboreil a ? io adjourn before ,ken. This was lost. ntlon waa mado lo hiih nf indroiieinetit fforod, and thls was 'rnnlls forcoa bolng dr. iviw Ihen called. h and Judge Waddlll hc count gaVO Judgu ulgo Waddill 1C wno not voting. Thoro tif lhe Itur AhsocIil ty-flVO VOtOB Judgo Hoventoen woro e.nnt. iwyors and twonty awyers, Judgo Pron .'ii-i. iho Doinooratlis hd r vlciory In Nor .- Waddlll haa lioata nl cliclua, tint Judgu Prontla forcea (hon docldod to mako n. Statn-wldo campaign for tho Indorso mont of llie Suffolk lawyer antl chalr rtiiin of tho Htato Corporation Commls? slon foi- ttie United Ktati'ii Judgoshlp. The nssoclMtlon, upon motloii, decided lo send a copy of tho losolutlons, praislng Judge PrcnttH In tho hlgheat tcrnia, to evory bar assoclatlon In Vlr g<lnla, and aak thom to declaro for hlm. A commltten waa also appointed to walt upon Presldent Taft, proaent hlm tho resolutlona adopted at tho meeting and peraonally urgo tho appolntment of Judge Prentla. Thla commltteo la composed of Goodrlch Hnlton, W. H. Taylor, Judge T. S. Oarnett, n. B. TutiBtnll, JnmeB 0. Martln, Jamos E. Hcnth and N. T. Green. Hurt hy IliiratlnR of ISmery Stone. [Special to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch J AVndosboro, N. C, February ls.?A.. J. Sprlngcr, of Cedur Hlll, wns hadly lnjured by thc burstlng of an eniory stono which ho waa ualng gummlng a saw, a placo of the atono atrlktng hlm ln the faco and Inlllotlnir n very paln ful wountl. After having tho wound dresaed Mr. Sprlnger proenred another stone, and thla, too. httrat after n few minutes' use. A picco of thla struck hlm also In the facc, but did not In Juro him so bndly. ? Oriuilfil More Tlme. [Kpoclal to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.] Mobllo. Ala.. February 18.?Charlea C. Plckena, thn woalthy rotlrid buslnoss man, who waa convtctod last nlght of conenal Ing $SO,0.xi worth of bonds from thn rofnree ,in bankniptcy, when arralgno-d lo-ilay for Bcntenco wns grantod an oxtenalon of tlmo until Mondny In ordor to obtain a rehoarlng. Grand Jury Investigation of At tempted Lynching in Cairo Ordered. Calro, III. February 18.?With throo com panlea of mllltla guardlng the courthou?o nnd Jall under direct gupervlslon of Adju tani-r;?n?rol Frnnk 8. Dlokson. Calro iottlo.1 down to-nl(jht to eomplntn ciuiot after atrenuoua twenty-four hours. It Js bellevod that the mob spirit Is qunllcd. Thero aro many Bcattcred groups of men about tlio Btrecis, but no crowd ls allowed to coogro gato. Thrcats wro made to-day agalnst SherlfT Frod 1J. Nellls for the kllllng of Alexander Halllday an.l the woundlng of four othor men by deputles In bcatlng back tho mob that attacked the Jall lasi nisht In an flt tompt to lynch a negro pursc-snatrher, but the prosenco of suldlvrs prevented any opon demnnatratlon. John Pratt. the negro whom the mob In? tendcd to lynch. wa? lentenced to-day ui prison for not more than rourtecn years. He wlll bo taken to prison to-morrow morning witli twelve other convicts In a special traln. Llncoin WilJon. arrested as a suapected companlon of pratt ln tlie snatchlns of wo? men's pocketbooks. was released to-nlght. The grand Jury failed to return an lndlct ment against hlm. Qulck Justice tilven. Prntt'B sentence was Imposed ten minutes after lie entered court and pieade.I gullty to the Indlctment returned yesterday. A searching grand Jury Investlgatlon of the attack on tho Jall was ordered by Judge Butler Immediately after thu disposal of thc cases agnlnst tho two negroes. Judge But ler'B InaiructlonB to tlie grand Jury were. lrr substance, a demand that tho rloterB bo brought to Justlco and made to stand trial < for noting, a felony. "Thls sort of proccdure must be. atopped.' he rald. "'There have been Ilvo murderB ln Calro since November 11. when wo hnd a prevlous oceurrcuce of mob violonce. These murders Bhow that mob law Ib no deterrcnt to crlme, and It Is our duty to seo that mob law coasea to be." Coroner James McMnnua haa not ordored an inquest of lhe kllllng of Halllday. He rald that he Intendcd to go slowly ln hls In veBtiKBllon. A stray shot fired by a member of the mob was tho direct cause of tho volley from thn deputles guardlng the Jall that laid several of Its members low. accordlng to Sherlff .Vellls's verslon of thc attack. Tho Halllday famlly to-nigtit retalned an attorney lo sun Sherlff Nellls and the coun? ty for damagea. Halllday. who was a sor of former Mayor Thomas W. Halllday. wai shot through the neck. Ho lay on thc ground near tho courthouso porch nnarl". three hours before Nellls would permlt any one to remove hlm to a hospltal. Ho dlcd iwo hours hijer. OBITUARY .lohn <>_llvlr, The runcral of Policeman John Ogil? vle took place yesterday at 11 o'clock from 2017 East Broad Street. Several members or the force and a number of city offlclals were In attendance. Da mon Dodge. Knighta of Pythlaa, of which he was a member. and several other organlzatlons were represented, The servlces were conducteil hy Rev. AV. lt. Proctor, pastor of Trlnlty Moth odlst Church, asslsted by Rev. J. T. Mastln. The interment was In Oak? wood. The following actod as pall bearers: llonorary?Mayor D. C. Richardson, John .1. Crutotilield. Judge S. H. Wltt. Or. C. W. P. Brock, Chief of Pollco Wernor and Police Captaln W. A. Barfoot. Active?J. M, Gordon, John Oooflp, Sergcanl Hobort _. Khomaker, Peter lif-ld Veat, J. Rydnor. Charles Morrls. I Im.imiim A, Ilnrrclaon. Thomas A. llarrelson dled at. r. o'clock yesterday morning nt hls rosi dencp, iil3 East Clay Street. Tho fu? neral wlll take placo thls afternoon at 3:30 o'clock from Broad Street Methodlst Church. He was the senior memher of thc Ilrm of Thomas A. llarrelson & Com? pany, wholeaale confoctJoners; and vvtjs well known in buslnoss clrcles of Rich? mond. Mra. l.-liti UIiinIoii. iMineral servlces over the body of Mrs. I.ella Wlnston, wldow or Joseph p. Wlnston. ror mnny yeur.s a merchant of Richmond, were held ln Hollywood Cemetei-y on Thursday arternoon tho Interment belng made bv lantern light after tho nrrlval of the hody from UOulsylllo, Ky., where sho died. Mrs Wlnstons daughter, Mrs. Arthur Rut ledRe, nnd her son, Dr. Joseph P Wln? ston, of Anchorage, near LoulsvtlJe, ac companled the body to thls clty , Mrs,'?w'nHton -*'11*1 a daughter of the lato Willlam _. Saunders; of i.vnc - ihtirg Her slsters?Mrs. Stephen Adams nnd Mrs. A. W. Jackson?live ln Lynch? burg; Sho ls also survlved bv hor brothers?Willlam _, Saunders, of Bromo, nnd John Saunders, of Texas. Colonel Robert Ncvlllc. fSneclal to T.ho Times-Dispatch 1 r,eeshurg. Va., February is_News hns been recelved here nf the sudden death of Robert Nevllle. wlilch oe mii'red at hls country honie, "Polhnm, In L/OUdoun county, near Upporvllie, thla morning. Death was duo to heart disease. Ho waa slxty-threo years of age, and son of the late Garrett Nevllle, of dlstlngulshed Irlsh famlly. Tlo la sur? vlved by hls wife, who was MIsk Mary Dulany, daughter of tho into Colonel One Doctor Hnve only one doctor?Just one! No sense in runnlng from one doctor to another! Select tho best one, then stand by hlm. No senso in trying this thing, that thing, for your cough. Carefully, deliberately select the best cough mcdicine, then take It. Which one is the best? Ask your doctor. Ask hlm about Ayer'a Cforry Pectoral for tiroat and lung troubles. Doctora have pretcrlbcd It for 70 years. i-?;4f*_22_" Pleasant, tyxM fetie/iciat Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Scnna appcals to tfic cultured and the wcll-informed and thc hcalthy because its component parts are simple and wholc somc and because it acts with? out disturbing thc riatural func tions, as it is wholly free from every objectionable quallty or substance. In its production a pleasant and rcfrcshing syrup of the figs of California is unit? ed with the laxative and car minative propcrties of certain plants known to act most benc ficially, on thc human system, when its gentlc cleansing is dc sired. To get its bencficial ef fects, always buy the genuine, for sale by all rcputable drug? gists; one size only, price fifty cents a bottle. The name of the company ? California Fig Syrup Co.?is always plain ly printed upon thc front of ev? ery package of thc genuine. _ A.< pyipiy 'rlii __^\yva ("vV '??-r / 71 i?^ (?li/orr\ia fy Syrup (_5. LOUISVILLE, KY. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. NEW YORK. N. Y. Superior SEEDS Garden Sceds, Flower Seeds, Grass Seeds, Clover Sceds, Sccd Potatoes, Aif.iir.i. Cow Peas, Seed Corns, Onion Sets, Kssci Rape, Kicld Beans, Poultry Foods. DIGGS & BEADLES, Seed Merchants, 1709 EAST FRANKLIN STREET, - - - RICHMOND, VA. Branch Store: 603 and 605 East Marshall Street. Write for our free Catalogue and Price List. Rlchard Henry Dulany, of Welborne, Douaoun county. Colonel NovtUe was very popuijr and widely known. Ilo was a mt'.uber of tne M.-tropolitati Club of Washington and many other .social organizatlon.. .\a an owner of ritct.--hor.ic8, especlaily sieeplechascrs, he waa well known, hls stabses havlng won many of Ihe big Btakea oi tho country. At "Peinam" he malntained an extenslve breedlng estubll-hment. Ur. W. V. Dlcks. [Special toThe Time.-lnspalcli. I Wlnston-Saiem, -\. c february 18.? Dr. \V. P. Dleks, for many yeara a leading physlclan in this county. uleu ut Walkerlon to-day, aged aeventy livc years. TiioiniiK I-*. llurt. [Speclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.] Winston-Balem, N, C, Fcuruary 18,? Thomas F. llurt, for thiriy-ttve years un tnvalid, died at Klktn yesterday, aged alxty years. The altendlng phy? sicians say pcllagra was the dliect cause of hls ueutn. Kunnrll ShcllOD. I Speclal toThe Tlmes-DIspalch.| ChHiham, Va., February lo.?ltusscll SheltOh Uled at Chalk Level several days ago. His wife and llve chlldren survlve. Wnltrr YVIIkiliH. ISpecial toThe Ttmes-Uispatch.l ?" Chitrlottosvllle, Va;, February 18.? Walter Wllklno, aged forty-three yeara, died last night ot consumptlon. He was the son of the late George \V. Wll klns. a Confederate veteran. He mar? ried Mlss Maltle Gurrlsou, who pre ceded him to the grave about ten year_ ugo. Mrs. EUa TuuMall. [Special to The Tlmes-Dispatch. I Emporla. Va., February 18.?Mrs. Ktta Tunstall. wife of II. T. Tunstall, of North Emporla, dled at thc famlly residence on Southampton Street yes? terday afternoon after a brlef Illness. Mrs. Tunstall was forty-llve years of age and had Ilved ln Grconeavlllc coun? ty all her llfe. She la survived by a husband und six chlldren, Mra. .Norn Wllkcrsou. [Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.1 Frcdericksburg, Va., February 18.? Mrs. Nora Wllkcraon, wife of R. II. Wllkerson, of Spotsylvania county, dled at her homo last night, aged thlrty throe years. Her husband and one son survlve. Fuucra) of. II. S. Slicllu. [Speclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.) Yorktown. Va.. February 18.?The funerul ot .Ittstlce of the Poace 11. S. Shclld, who dled of pneumonia carly Wedncsduy morning at hls home near Tamplco, took place to-day. Mr. Shelld was sick but a few days, and Iils death was uno-pectud. . Clcvclnud Shepperd. [Speclal to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.1 Rlce Depot, Va., February 18.?Cleve? land shepperd, aged twenty-three years, dled Wednesday night of typhold pneumonia at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Shepperd. Major Sclh llnrton Krencb. [Speclal to The Tlmes-Dispatch.] Frcdericksburg, Va., February 18.? Major Soth Barton French, a prominent and wealthy New Yorker, a native of this county, and former merchant of thls clty, died last nlght of heart .trouble at Palm Beach, Fla., aged sevonty-seven years. The body WlU be brought here for burlal Sunday. Ho is survived by hls second wife and four children. Maitlievr G. Davls. [Special toThe Tlmes-Dlspatch.] Scottsvlllo, Va.. Fobruary 18.?Mat thow G, Davls died at hls homo. Oak land, in Fluvanna county, last nlght. at S:30 o'clock. Besldes hls wldow, who was Mlss Lolta Armstrong, and sev? eral young chlldren, ho leaves ono \t brother, John Davis, or this pln<*e, and three slsters?Mlssea Nannle and May Davis. of Richmond. an.l Mlsa l.iila K Davis, of Kcottsville. Mr. Davia wa;; a son of the late .Mrs. Phatmel Davia and a couuin of Scnator Thcnnas S. Martln Mr*. Snrnh .l.inr .Sinllb. ispeciui to Tlu- Timea-Dlspatch.1 Bedford City. Va.. IV ruarv l *._ the home of lier neph-w, u i; Smlth on Dougwciud Avenue, Mra. 8arali Jane smith. dlod yesterday, agca seventy slx yeara. Sho was boril near Hagoi i town oil the banks of 'th? Potomac aria was the widow of YVinlam Smlth,' or l-au<iu|.-r county. For twenty years has made Bedford her homo. She leave.- an only, brother. Wlllinm Tov. ?0n, of Maryland. The funeral sorvlces will hc conducted from tho rosldenco on Saturday arternoon. II.-ii h.mlii T. Crump. BenJamln T. Crump. a wcll-known business man of Richmond, died at hls home. ?1G West Grnce Street, at _:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon. lie was formerly the senior partner Of 11. ?? Crump cfc WeKt Coal Company, and at tho timn of his death the f--onior mem? ber of the flrm of BenJamln T. Crump & Company. and also a df?ector in tho Standard Paper Manufacturing Com? pany. He was an active member of Iho Second Baptisl Church and closely Identltled with thc Sunday-achool, heinp: one of the most prominent and useful members of thc Busincss Men'B Blble Cluss of that church. Ile was a member of Joppn Masonlc DfldRe. N'o. 10, ihe Knlghts Templars nnd Shrlne. ilo ls survlved ??>? hls wldow, ono daughter, Miss Loui^e Crump. and ono brother, Willlam J. crump. The funeral will take placo from tho Second Baptlst Church thls after? noon at 3:;i0 o'clock. DEATHS CRUMP?Dled, at hls resldence. Glfl Weat Grace Street. Friday. Febru? ary 18, BDNJAMIN T. CRUMP. Funeral from the Second Baptlst Church THIS' APTKRNOON at 3:30 o'clock. HANKINS?Died. February 17, at his resldence. 1437 Fast Franklin Street, of npoplexy. THOMAS G. HANKINS. He Is survlved by wife, Carrie U., an.l son, Ilobert. Funeral will bc, held from Blllc-y's undertakinpr parlors, Third and Mar? shall Streets, SATURDAY, I 1'. M. Frlcnda of tho family Invlted. HA31RELS0N?Dled, at hls resldence, 1113 Fast Clav Streot, at r. A. M.. Friday, February IS, 1910, THOMAS A. HAKRFLSON. Funeral THIS (Saturday 1 AFTER? NOON at :':30 o'clock from Broad Street M. E. Church. stimulate the TORPID LIVER, strcngthen thc digestive organs, rcjjulate the bowels, and are un equaled as an ANTS-BBLIQUS MEDBCINE, In malarial districts their vlrtuea are widely recognized, ns they pos? sess pecullar properties in frccing thc system from that poisou. Ele gnntiy sugar coatcd. Take No Subs.itute. s? f_CBKUAR.Y 119, 1910. NOTICE.?A .complete set consists of 30 cou pons of conseetitive 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 frorn the day you start. TO.DAYl