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% fContlnued from Page OneO_ lotlon lt mlght he> pdHslbio somo day for Iho State lo force the -Uchmond, FrcderlckHbuig and Potomae to sur rondor lts charter rlghts and ta pay tuxos In return Xor the protection ot tho State. Attention was callod t? 'he fact that whllo lho road demanda lts ox emptlon It doos not comply wlth Uh charter provlsloim In othor respccts. At a aliort hearing held in tho af ternoon by the Scnato ana Houso Commltteos on General 1,iiwh, it was unanlmouHly doclded to report favor? ably the propoaed amondtnoht to the Constltullon allowlng future Logisla turost o provlde fur commlsslon forms of government by cltles, upon domand of tho citlzena of tho cbmmUnltlea at fected. There wns no opposition to thlji actlon. Tho Houso agrecd wlth the request of tho Maryland I_eglBlat_re for a com? mlsslon to consider tho oyster and flsh Intercsts of tho Potomae Rlver. Tho blll establl_hlhg a Btat, board of Inw examlnors, thoroby taking thls work from tho Supreme Court of Ap peals, was rcported favorably to tho House and placed on thc calendar. Thls change will entall no expenae to the Htatc. Honator Blrode'a blll allowlng- local tuxatlon of rolllng stock w.ih conald tnerf ln coiiimltte-e at conslderable length. IM'-t III'.1 "thi dlel Hill] lini tho I'OIJ N sloi oiiii P"ll .)'?'? tho an tho tinr lllll tho nrn ?er trb pui tim t Im an thi clt of SENJ1E A Joint rusolution to accept the ln jvltatlon extetided by the Maryland l_8glalature for a legialatlve commlt? tee conferenco as to the oyster und tlsh laws relating to the Potomae Rlver, wus received by ___ Scnato trom the House and referred. . The following House bllls were taken up and P-SBOd! To amend thu law rclating to fees for commlsslon trs ot the revenue; to amend the char? ter of Sulcnv. to provlde a n?-w charter for Wylheville; to amend the law ln regard to Jury aervlce; to amend the law In rclation to the public free schoola, Dobato on thc tax commission bill was then resumed. Senator Halsey began the dlscuaalon by saylng that ho favorcd "? leglslative commlttee. -which would be dlrcctly representative of the people. Ought to Work Annny. "It is already conterhplfttod by our Constitutlon," he sold, "that the Gov? crnor and tho chalrman of the Slate Corporation Commlsslon shall give the Legislaturo the beneflt of their de llberntlons on taxatlon, and their ap? polntment on tlils commlsslon would. thercfore, be superfluous." Even If thu leglslators put on tho commission falled of re-electton, they could stlll be retained on the com? mlsslon. he polnted out. Some would cortalnly bo sent back by their con htituents, lf not all, and thos? who took their seats agaln would be of great advantage in the dellbcrations of the General Assembly, because they ?would be on the floor. Roplying t.. ti:.- [-trlrtur.-s of Sena? tor Nool yesterday -is t<. the taxeH paid by Campbell oounty nn.i the money 1 received by lt, hc showed that tho county in question paid In consldrr ablv more than lt took out. The taxos of I-ynehburg and those of Campbell tnkon togcther amounted to ?181, 079.o". b record execeded by no dis? trict save those in which Norfolk ?nd Riohmond aro. nis defense of hls dls? trlct was vigorous aud ronvincing. For Holland Provtalon. Senator PiarkB. ln a short. but elo quent nppech, advocated the Holland amendment, calllng for a commission. composcd of tho Goven.ir. tho chalr? man of tha Stato Corporation Commla tlon and an expert. Saylng thHt ho saw llttlo to eriti rl-r.o In tho Corporation commlsslon. ho roiirl an oplnlon of Commlaaloner Stu? art aaylrig that no road tn tho State |? worth more than J50.00O a mllo, and that verv many of thom won. not worth that much. Ho did not con tond that the rallroads are tnxed as high as they Bhould bo, but the State Corporation Commlsslon has done much good. * A?scrtlng that tho Issue had been much befogK-rt by Senators who havo taken an opportunity under dlKtuir sion of tho bill to wander far a-fiold. the patron of tho blll. Sr-nator Klng. entered Into n strong defenso of tho bill as it stands. His ohjcrtlon to tho Holland amena NATIONAL LEAGUE SCHEDULE, 1910 AT BOSTON". Apr. ,.,7. 28. 20. 30 June 25, 27, 2S, 29 Sept. 1, 2, 3 AT HItlKlKf.VN. May r>. 6. 7 May 2S, :tn, 30, 31 July 20. 2S Oct. 10, 12 New York.. Philadelphia. Pittsburg Clnclnnatl Chlcago Apr. 14. ln. 16 Julv r>, G. 7. 7 Sept. 30, Oct. 1, May 2, 3, 4 Jiirio 30 July 1, 2, 4, 1 Oct. fi, 7. S AT XEW VORK. Apr. 18. 19, 20. 21 July 30. Auk. 1 Sept. 7. S, 10 Oct. 13. 15. May 2, 3, 4, June 20. 21, Sept. 5, 5 Oct. S Apr. IS, 19, 20. 21 July 30. Aug. 1 Sept. 10, 30 Oct. 1, 13, 15 Apr. 22, 23, 25 June 30 July 1. 2. 4. 4 Oct. 6, 7 2<; St. Louls. Juno fi. 7. S. 9 AilfT. fi. S. 9. 10 Sept, 17, 19. 20 Juno 10, 11. 13, 14 Autr. 2. 3, 4, 5 Sept. 22. 23. 24 Sept. 2fi, 27. 28, 29 June 1. 2, 3, 4 Aug. 11, 12. 23 Sept. 2fi, 27, 2S. June fi, 7. 8, 9 Aug. fi. S. 9, 10 Sept. 14, 15, 16 June IB, 1G, IT, 18 Aug. 15, Ui, 17 Sept. 17. 19. 20. 21 I-Iolldnys?At homo. Holldays?Abroad ??.-; ~l At homo. Saturdays J-A,?.011c1 Q.mrlavs CaT"*1""'*1 ?' *' Sundajs fA1)l.na(] _, Cnnfllcts?At home. Tline 1". 1?. IT. 17, 18 AllC. 15. 16. 17 Sept, 11. 15, ir, Biinltor Tini Day. Ihdopenclence Dny Memorlal Day at llrook-lyn. Lnhnr Day nt Philiulelphin. June 10, 11. 13, 14 Aug. 2, 3, t. 5 Sept. 22, 23, 24 Memorlal Dny. Labor Dny. Independence Dny at New York. ..11 13. 13. VT PHILADELPHIA Apr. 22, 23, 25, 26 June 20, 21,22,23,24 Sept. 6, 5 Apr. 14, 15. 16 July 5. 6. 7. 7 Sept. fi. 7, S, 9 Mnv 5. 6, 7 June 25, 27, 28, 29 July 27. 2S Oct. 10. 12 Juno 15, 16, 17. IS Aug. 15. lfi, 17 Sept. 14, 15, lfi. 21 Apr. 27, 2S. 29. 30 May 28. 30. 30, 31 Sept. 1. 2. 3 June 1, 2, 3, 4 Aug. 11, 12, 13 Sept. 26, 27, 28, 29 June 10, 11, 13, 1-1 Aug. 2, 3, 4, 5 Sept. 22, 23, 24 June 10, 11. 13, 14 Aug. 2. 3. 4. r, Sept. 22, 23, 24 June 0, 7, 8, 9 Aug. 6, S, 9, 10 Sept. 17. 19, 20 Independence Day Memorlal Dny at Phlladelphla. Labor Day ;lt Brboklyn, .Tune 15, 16, 17. IS Aug 15. 16. 17 Sept. 17. 19. 20, 21 June 6. 7. 8, 9 Aug. 6, S. 9. 10 Sept. 14. 15, 1G June 1. 2. 3, 1 Aug, 11. 13. IS Sept. 26, 27. 28, 29 Memorlal Dny. Labor Day. Indopenflence Day nt Boston. 13 ... 13 ... !???. AT PITTSBURG. May 17, IS, 19, 20 May 21*.. 27 July IS. 19. 20 Aug. 19, 20 May 9. 10. IL 12 July S, 21. 22, 23 Aug. 25, 26. 27 May 21. 23. 24. 25 july 13, H, 15. 16 Aug. 29. 30, 31 AT CIXCIXNATI. May 21.22.23, 24, 21 July 13, 14, 15. 16 Aug. 29, 30 Mav 13, 14, 15. lfi July 9. 10, 11, 12 Aug. 22. 23. 24 AT CHICAGO. Mav Julj Aug 14, 15, AT ST. LOUIS. May 9. 10, 11. 12 July 9. 10. 11. 12 Aug. 25, 27. 28 Mav 17, IS, 19. 20 May 21,22,23.24.25 July 17. 18, 19. 20 July 13. 14. 15, 16 MlK 19 20. 21 Aug. 29, 30 May 13, 14. 16 Julv 9, 11. 12 Julv 25, 26 Aug. 22, 23, 2 = Anr. 28, 29 Mav 30. 30. 31 .liinc 30. July 2 _:??'-' July 28, 30, Oct. 13,11 ~A~hT7 30 Mav 3 4, 5 June 24. 2". July 4. 4, 5, 6 Oct. S May 17, 18, 19. 20 July 17, 18, 19, 20 Aug. 19. 20, 21 May 9, 10. 11. 12 Julv 9. 1". n- i: Aug. 25, 27, 2S May 13. 14, 15. 16 Julv 21, 22, 23, 24 Aug. 22. 23. 24 H?H!B? Sa-Aft8 Anr. IS, 19. 20 June 2fi ?luly 3, 31 Sept. 1, 3. 4, Oct. 9. 12 Apr. 14. 15. 16. 17 June 19. Sept. 5. 5 Oct. 1, 2. 3, 4 Anr. ?1, 2". 23 .tune "7, 2S Sept. R. 5. 6. 7 Sept. 30, Oct, 1 '?ATprnpvlnl Day. Tndone"denoe Dny. Labor Dny. Anr. 24, 25, 26, 30 Mny 1. 26. 28. 29 Sept. 10, 11 Oct. 8 Apr. 24. 25. 26. 2.7 Mav 1. 7, S, 28, 29 Sept. 10, 11 Apr. 11. 15. 16. li June 20. 21. 22 Oct. 2. 3, 4, 5 Apr. 21, 22, 23 June 20. 21, 22 Juno 27. 2S Sept. 6. 7. S Labor Dav, Memnrlni nnv nt Plttsb'urHf. Tnclependenoo Day at 8t. Louls. - 13 .. . 13 Anr. ?S, 29 May 30 30 June 2G. Sept. 3. 4 Oct. 9. 1Q._ '-'. .15 tortal nay. rncierieniloncfi Day Pittshurg. Labor Dav nt Clnclnnatl, 13 .. . 13 .. . ,rnne W Kor''- 1 Oct. 8. 9 May 4. 5. 7. 8 June 23, 24. 25 Julv 4. 4, 5. fi Apr. 18. 19. 20 June 29, 30 Julv 1. 2. 3 July 2S, 30, 31 Independence Day, "~M tViTTT.".-1 at~ Day a t Clll.-UVM. Bunlc." Hlll Dn.v at Boaton, l.nhor Dav at Pittsburg, Julv Oct. Se [ ai lt, ho Bttld, ls hftsed on that Im ?tal truth wrltten by Onrgo Mason Lt tho leglfllftllvo, oxeeutlvo aml _U d.l doparlmentfi shoiild be Boparnto Indoponilont." It Ib in hln vlow roper to put the tnxlng poWor ln hands of nny but tho Oencri-l Ah ibly. Xot flour lo People. ot a sltlglo membnr of Ihe commls i proposed In tho Holland blll, ho ihnslzcd. would bo amonnhlrWto tho plo The Governor ls not a fiuh to re'-olootlon, the ehalrmnn ot Stato Corporation Comml-'fllon IB appolntlVO offlcer not eleoted by people, nnrl the export would como Icr lho same r-rltlolsm. To put tho |r..j (if thr- tax commlsslon upon ??' mlggestod ln the Holland ondment would put lho Oeneral Ar ibly ln Ihe attltudo of shrlnking m a.aurriirtg tho reaponslblllty nnd tlng lt Into tho power ot thoso not onnhle K) Ihe poople. Vhon other inslllutlons nro Investl tod, ho argued, none but a le.glsla ?? Investlgatlng .?ommltton Is thought Thn system of taxatlon Ib Just an porlnnt aa any other lnstltutlon, l thero ls no roason to dopart from ? long-scttlod precedent and prln ilo In or.lor to appoint a commltteo outstders. ?,notlier roason Senator Klng arl tioed agalnst tho Holland amenrlmont that thc Govornor and tho chalrman the State Corporation Commlsslon utady havo "oncrous dutles to per *m, 'I wanl a commlsslon," ho declared, int will bring In rcsnU.*-. I want ono >m which a report may be exacted." New Idea Propoaed. ?^Ittng the oxperlence of othor States, demonstrated that no other had ever t Its Govcrnor on a tax commlsslon. > saw no roason why Virginia should ternpt to walk In n new and untrlod th and adopt something never trled lewhero. At thls juncture Dclegate Williams ought a tnessage 'from the Hou:;o, itlug the passage of tlio Carter bill lowlng lnterstate trnlns to run on inday with an nmendment. The lendmont was adopted by thc Senate. nator Strode taking occaslon to say at he had not been present during ? dellberatlons on the bill, but that. he had beon. ho would havo opposcd c blll aa abrogatlng tho ^ettled policy the State in such a matter. Taklng up hls argument, Serm'or Ing opposed the Idea of comblnlng ie leglslatlve nnd oxecutlve depart ents. In this State, he polnted out, has nevet been done. save in the use of the State Corporation Commis on, which is thc creature of an nondment to the Constltutlon, com Inlng some of all three of tho powera f tho .government. After poinling out the wonderful ro llts aehteved ln other States by a mail outlay. no larger than that pro osed m the blll, he said thaf the ques lon of expense was small, ln con Ideratlon of what mlght be done. Wlth an eloquont explanatiot: of hls ositlon on tho bill. calllng upon the lencral Assembly to shouldcr tho re ponslbillty "llke men and patrlota," so a to allovlate tho present distressing ondltlon of the tax system, he closed. Snle for Klug lllll. Declarlng that aa the representative ,t a district that paid more taxes than my other dlstrlct. Senator Sale said hat he favored the Klng bill as it Hands. He would offer an amendment idding to it tbe Speaker of the House ind the RleuU-nant-Governor. on ac tounl of tholr long experience In tha leglslatlve buslness of tho Stato. "I see no reason to depreriate the value of the sorvices of the leglslator." he said. 'Tiie Governor, tho members of tho State Corporation Commlsslon. the Judges for the most part, have all been mombors of thls body. An orrii nary Virginia legislaturo would, In my oplnlon. havo dnne as much in slxty days for Virginia as the Consti tutlonal Conventlon did In its long ses? sion. Tho principal benellts recci*.-ed from tho session of that eonvontion are the franchlse tax and corporation act." Speaking ln hlgh terms of the chair? man of the Stato Corporation Commis? sion. he said ihat he thought hlm Bln core in his uttoranccs on tho taxatlon | of rallroads. Yet ho thought that the commission was just as llahle as any ..thor body to make mlstnkes. He was of oplnlon that tho assessment of the trackago of the rallroads in tho State is ton low. and ho thinks the commls? slon probably agrees ln that opinion. lt s'eoms v.rv inconslstent that the assessment urged by the rallroads for tuxatlon had boon upon the basis of $16,000 per mlle. whlle, whon they wished to raise thclr ratos from 2 to 2_ per cent.. they clalmed a valuatlon of"$!>0,000 per mllo. "I thlnk tho Govornor Is studylng tho problem." he said. "and posslbly we shall hear from hlm later. Virginia needs a modern system of taxation,' WhisKey for the SicK Room nhotild be selccted partlculiirly for its rich. nutrltloui propertle* and abfoluto purity. Suriny BrooK TTCpORtroOO Whiskey answer* these rerpilrementa absolutely. It ia diitilled, n??d and bottlcd undcr the dirsct ?uperviilon of U. S. Government Impectori for the express purpose of bcln* used as a henlthful stlmulnnt or tonic In the home. 8UNNY BROOK la U. S. Go-ernment Standard (1001-) proof ?every bottle beara the "GRKBN* GOVBRNMBNT STAMH" showln* the correct ajre and qttantlty. SUNNY BROOK DISTILLERY CO., Jefferion County. KENTUCJCY 4FULL QUARTS FOR ?; q BY EXPRESS PREPAID _P?kJ H. CLARKE & SON, Incorporated 1205 E.Main St., Gcner.il Dist'rs, Richmond, Va. Id he. "Inequallty la tho root of e evll. nnd tho unrost and dlasatta ctlon now felt must ceaae." On motion of Senator Wickham tho nato adjourned at 2:15. HOUSE The blll for the rellef of the estato ?lames K. Phllltp- came from the ? nate when the Houso met yesterday, irl waa refcrred to the Commlttee on Inance. Tho Hlson divorce bill was rcporter om'tho Commlttee for Courts of Jus co wlth omendmcnts, and was placet i tho calendar. The samo commlttee reported the bll -eatlng a State Board of Law Ex -nlnera. The blll makes the boart >nslst ot flvo men selected 1)J* th. overnor from a llst of attorney: rcpared by tho Supreme Court o ppeals. Their r-ompensatlon wlU ?' ald entirely by fees from applicant. The Speaker lald before the Hous communlcatlon from tho Genera ssombly of Maryland asklng for , jnference committee on the oonditloi f fish anrl oyster industries in th otomac Mr. Williams, of Glle ,oved the appolntment of a commls Ion compoaed of five members of th enate and sevon of the House to mee ,1th a slmllar commission from Mary lnd The meetlng is to bo held a .nnapolls. The expen-ses o the mem era are to be paid from the contin cnt fund of thc tegislature. Value of Meetlng*. Mr White wanted to know lf thcs onferencea were productive of actui -oo Mr. Williams said he was ir nrmed thoy had boen of great valu o the Intercsts concorned. Mr Page said ho was a member r he laat commission. It worked har nd reaehed docislons which tho Man and Deglslaturc did not ratify. TI fonunlaalon junketod for throo days i the Senate chamber and then had llnner.? Mr Stubbs said that theso mattei had been a bone of contentlon bot-ver tho States ever since the Civil Wo For vears the trouble had been ov the bbundary Une. The intercsts of tl Potomae River were the Jnterests ? the people of tho States. The prese sltnatlon. ho said. Is not at all aatl factory. Questlons of dredges and seed oysters ought to be consldew and the conferences wore product! of good results. .Mr Fitzhugh thought the conferen a duty which the State owed to a nui ber of Its cltlzens. The Williams resolution was adoptr On motion of Mr. Good. money W approprlated for tiie burial expon? of tho deceasod members of tho Ilou Mr. .lennlngs offered a resolutl aetting fortli that as to-day ls t last on which new bllls can be troduced thc Joint Commltteo Speclal, Prlvato and Local l.egislati bo requested to meet Monday and .1 pose of the meaaurea before lt. a that tho othor commlttecs bo request to meet by Tuesday if possible B get rld of local mattcrs. lt V adopted. s.in.lnv lllll Dlacussed. Fiist on the calendar was the S alc bill allowlng the runnlng of Int ?lato freight trains on Sunday. Cooke said hc thought he saw a cha to wlng a bird here. He was not posed to the blll. but he wanted amendment requlrlng that railr. companies which deslred to tako vantago of tho provisions of the me uie should surrender all exemptl from taxatlon which are conforred jthoir charters. Such a provision, said, hc proposed to tack on o\ nd pai 1 bll thc chc roo ] Inj tlo bll in il [ rallroad blll 'whlcli comes up ln tho Mr. I loi.se. r'"' lf lhe rallroads ask favora they Mr. should bo mado to pay for them. Be- we plvlug to a (iiiestion, he snld the Rlch- ?^?*r mond Ftederlck-btirg and Potomac mi Ballroad would be aftcwted by hla I" amendrnent. It was paying no taxes, and he thought this was a good chance to ?et somo revenue. Mr WtlllamH, of Oiles, the House patron of the blll, did not espeelally objeet to thn amendrnent, but was nfrald It might injnri: the passago of thr. bill, aiid was not germane to the subject'nnyway. He would not oppose ;i Bpecial blll covering the point. Mr. White favored the amendrnent. Some rallroads. he aald, under anclcnt charters, were cxempt rrom all forms or taxatlon. They should, if posslble, be made to contrlbutc to the support of ^? the government. The amendrnent was opposed by Mr. Page. If the blll ls wrong ln prlncl? ple, iie said, lt ought to be defcated. If it is right to allow the rallroad men to get to their homea on Sundays, in? stead of being kept on the road, lt should pass. It was not right to load the measure with other provislons. Mr Cooke, ho said, wanted to brlng the Richmond, Frederlcksburg and Po? tomac to terms. It was improper to break a franchlse ln a blll passed for the benefit of humanlty. Speaker for Amendmeut. Speaker Byrd (Mr. Stubbs in the chalr) said that the Itlchmond, Fred? erlcksburg and Potomac Ballroad, lhe rlcheat rallroad ln the South, Is tlie only one in the State which pays no sort of taxes. There was no reason why it should not pay its share. It ls an anachronlsm. hc said. lt stands alone. so far as he knew, as a railroad company which, whilc enjoying charter rights and the protectlon of law, pays |_ nothlng to the support of the govern? ment under which lt cxists and does | lQ " i business. ,r Mr. Page, he said, had only looked j on the surface ln belleving that tiie.10 railroad men were bchind thls blll. Itsl vltallty, he argued, had been given j ei lt by the companies. nnd not by their. workmen. The employers were uslngj" the men to brlng about the results; y they deslred. I r. "I am not fighting thls bill," con? tinued the Speaker. "but I am not willing to concede that the railroad men constitute the force behtml lt. I will vote for this measure, but it ought to have the Cooke amendrnent. j t The State cannot take away the ex- ? emptlon of the Richmond, Frederlcks? burg and Potomac from taxatlon. It was conferrcd by its charter?a charter which few people know lhe provlslons of. Under thls charter thls rallroad can be forced to stop its trains any- l where that a passenfi.-r mny desire to J ^ get on or off. lt may bc forced to stop I in a field to take on nn old woman , with a baaket of eggs. But it does not I do it. It does not give the prlvlleges | i which it ls retiuired to srive, yet it takes eVery advantage of thc exemp ..,, tion, in spile of the fact that both are is- parts of the charter. A charter of nd that kind confers a vested right. ed | Make Itoud .Stirrrmlcr. "We cannot take it away, but we can. by legislation of this sort, rc peatedly enacted, put the road at last in such a posltlon that lt will come here voluntarily and surrt-nder its charter and be taxed like slmllar com? panies. We will say to thls road: ?Here's somethlng you want; ?o jtet lt, come in and pay your share of the cxpenses of your government.' While we are huntlng for objects of taxatlon. hero ls a chance." Mr. Lee liuuiired if it would not be io unconstltutional to require the rond to by glvo up its charter rights to take ad he vantage of a general law which applie.l erv to other roads. Mr. Byrd said that the 0 IB WOIIIC HO Ilir a? -mn '..."'?.? ineernedi but not so vro&k ?s that. | s amendment," he said, "may not .nv actual good, hut It will show rond what tho peoplo of Vlrglnln. Ugn tholr reprnscntatlvcH, thlnk of lOHltlon." *. I'owera favorcd thn amendment.! thought this a good tlme to deal. the question. i the nmondmont woro not adopted, j Mr. .lohnsnn, of Kussell. ho would i ngnlnst tho blll. Amendmeiii Cnrrle*. ie prevlous question was ralled, wns lost by n. vote pt 33 lo 44. pendlng question was then ordered. j voto on the amendment resulted: I, 57; noo.H, 18. ie quostlon belng then on tho pti.s > of tho blll as amended, Mr. West. .'nnnemond, argued strongly agalnst. splrlt of Snbbath desoorntlon. He, >d what would become of tho other j who would bo requlred to work] the nillroarls on Sunday. whllo the n men could reach tholr homos. r. .lennlngs moved to pass the blll He thought the House had not] lght. sulllclently on the subject. Williams, of Glles, said that tho ato hnd paBsnd It unanlmously.| .lennlngs asked It that wns any son why the Houso Bhould pass II. jl Williams said lt ought to carry] lght Mr. Jennlnga oaked It tlic j | ato had not passed the divorce blll. j Williatna said he was ready to vote] the dlvon-e blll. 'he roll was called and tho blll sed by a voto of 07 to 16. 'he llottBC then passed the Senato] allowlng local and State road au rltles to confer at) to bulldlng .aper class of roadways for trlbutary ds. , . t also passed the Senate blll amond - thc law rclating to the construc n of courthouses. Hotel lllll Approved. Vlr. llarwood moved that the hotel 1 be taken up out of its order, which is agreed to. Mr. llarwood said that e flrst blll prnpared wa_ too dras :, but that the present onc wns reed to by representatives of both les. It was indorsed by 4,'iOO travel g men, and waa the first legislation er asked for by thls body. It was sanltary measure. The original 99 ch sheet had been cut to elght feet. any a tlme he had been forced to cep wlth a four-foot sheet. Mr. White thought the conditions ere onerous on small hotels. Mr. arwood said Mr. Whitc had the rong blll. and the latter trled to se ire a delay to glve hlm a chance to :atnine it. but the House refused to iss by. By a nearly unanlmous vote e bill was ordered to Its cngross ent On motion of Mr. Williams, of Glles, .0 coples of the Myers State-wide ?ohibltlon blll were ordered prlnted. At 1:59 tho House adjourned. Senate Bills By Mr. Klnp: A blll to requlre rallroads provlde Buitablo cabooso cars on frel?ht alns, and to imposo a ponalty for fallure (lO BO. ? By llr. Gayle: A blll to amend and re lact an act entltled an act to amend and -enact section 3067 of thr, Corlo of Virginia. lproved December 28, 190.3. anrl as furthor nend anrl ro-onacted by an act npproveri aroh 0. 19M. and as furthor amended and j ? -enacted by nn act approved February -3. ??? and as further amended and ru-cnacted v 'an ar-t approved March 14. 19W, dlvldlng io countles and corporatlons of Virginia lto ludlclal clrcult Bv Messrs. Holland and Thornton: A blll > roRulatc thu paymont of approprlations | ?> the several instltutlons of learnlng ln ia Stato of Virginia, so as to authorize tho overnor to wlthhold or re-*ulate the pay lt-nl thereof when ha-ln.. has tieen prac iced or a want of proper dtsclpUne exlstB hereln. . .,,, , By Mr. Thornton tby request): A blll lo nake the wllful. unlnwful and malleiou? ?llllni. of n rloR. bnlonglng to another. n nisdemeanor in certain caaes. and to pro ide punlshment therofor. By Mr. Saunders tby request): A mn to onulre common carrlers operatlng a rail nad to provlde proper waltlng-rooma nt helr statlons for the accommodatlon of Its .assengerB. By Mr. Thornton: A blll to promoto or lor and the romfnrt of possengoi.-.on tho .-onveyanceB, and nt thc stoppln? places o: -arrlers of pasacrigora. ' Bv Mr. Edmondson: A blll to amend and re-enact an act approved March 4. 1S30. en titl.rl an net to roRulatc tho hours of labor ln factorlea of lemalrs nnd chlldren under rourtecn years of ago who are employed aa | opr-rators. Bv Mr Owen: A blll to amend ann ro-r-n act an ntt ,-ntitled an act ror tho cstablish. ment of n State Female Normal Schuol. ap? proved March 7. 1SS4. _",?*.. Bv Mr. I.lneoln: A bll! to authorize rce.lt nls'ln deeds of corivoyanca oxocuted prlor to April, 1.65. that the rleod frnm tho paton tee of the land conveyed or to or from 1ns vendecs was admltted to record ln the Gon ->ral Court at Klchmond. to bc recctved nt prlnm fnele ovldence of thc cxeeutlon of thc .ald de, ri In suits nnd actlons where tli.' tltle of the land purported to ho conveyed Is Involved. By M.-ssrs. Folkes nnd Strode: A bll! to reqiiiro all railroad companies whoae r-bar tcrs n.qulre such companios to tako up or fl-EWH^E-ES HV O A U **K 0 riTT H " !M .aturdayBargainsforMen 50c lere's an Extraordinary Combination Offer \ ine pair Mcn's 25c Black Silk Lisle Half Hose.. ( Ine 25c Half Silk White or Fancy Handkerchief >ne 50c Pure Fibre Silk Four-ln-Hand Tie, in all colors?all for. One lot of Mcn's 50c and "5c Mcn's Fine High or Low Neck ?Jight Robcs, plain or fancy, xtra well made; sale ["1"| iricc to-day. tJUC Mcn's L. & M. Suspcnders, vith brass trimmings, that do lot rust, and real calf and pig skin ends, the kind that don't pull out and will sus pend you one year, for. 25* Scarf Pins, 50 of the newest styles to select from; OC sale price. "*J Mcn's All Pure Linen 1600 Thread White Hemstitched Handkcrchiefs, worth "1 Ol 19c; sale pricc. lfc?2C One lot of Mcn's Cotton Night Robcs, in large and small sizes, regular pricc 50c; sale OC pricc. */*JC c Saturday Is Bargain Day in the Ladies' Hosiery Section Ladies' Imported Pure Lisle Thread Hose, made with garter top and double sole; OC sale price. <__clC Ladies' Hose, in black, tan and white foot, made to stand hard wear; sale price, 1 Ol per pair. !? *ti2C Fine Combed Maco Hose, made with double heel and toe and gartcr top, warrant- 1 C ed stainless; sale price. IvC F^xtra Fine Heavy Silk Hose, with double silk lisle <M OC sole, for. ?D 1 mtUO $1.00 Ladies' Silk Hose, in allvcol ors, made with strong lisle sole; extra value for. Ladies' and Children's Cadet Hose, made with strong linen heel and toes, every pair guar? anteed to give perfect OC satisfaction, for. __?/C The Burson Seamless Hose, made of fine lisle thread and double sole, warranted 0? stainless, for. fcipC LADIES' NECKWEAR At Sale Prices Saturday Silk Cord, six yards to a box, in all colors, regular price 25c; sale pricc, per "I C box. UC Ladies' Collars, newest styles, nicely hemstitched, worth 19c each; sale OC price, two for . __OC Lace Collars, large variety of exceptionally pretty de? signs, worth 39c; sale OQ price. ? fat-JC 75c Lace Yokes, many beau-| tiful patterns; sale price CQ_. to-day, 50c and. D%JC| On sale to-day, one lot ofi 10 dozen Beautiful Newest | Style Jabots; they look like the 50c ones; sale OC Lace Collar and Cuff Sets, in very ncw and rich de? signs, worth 89c; sale /?**? price. " pricc. Another Great Sale of Toilet Articled At Thalhimer's Varitine's Extrcme Violet and Rose Extract, _regular price per ounce 75c; sale OC - price. *J?J*L Wire Hair Brushes, made with ebonoid back and cushion rubber; a, Brush; on only for >S 5c sanitary Jjair sale to-day 17( Soap Bargains?Armour's Ve? netian \"iolet and Michigan Shampoo Tar Soap, a fine hair stimulant; sale price, 0_ per cake. ****? Machine Oil, full 4-ounce bot? tle of best grade, warranted not to gum, for 3c; also, best grade of Extra Adhesivc Muci- O lage; sale price to-day... *IC Hartshorn Premium Ammo nia, for thc laundry, bath anc toilet purposes; large 16 ounce bottle on sale tu day only. Large 15c jar of Fine Petro leum jelly, sale price 7c, ant full size 6-ounce jar; sale O to-day. Oi Large 16-ounce bottle of Hy drogeu Peroxide; sells for 5c pe ounce, and is the most powerfu antiseptic known; sale price to day only, 6-ounce bottle, OC 10c, and 16-ounce bottle To-day we will place on sa a large 15c jar of the Genuin Wiltal Greaseless Cold Crean a real toilet luxury; sale O price, per jar. O' sot down passengers to fultlt thc terms oC such ohartor, and to presorlbo ponaltics. Uy Mr Keozell: A blll to requlre cltles and countles to pay tho feos ann oxponses in criminal cases tried by Justlces of tho peaco Inourred beforo trial or examination. and ln the trial o roxnmlnallon. which fe.es and cxpenses, but for tho provisions of thls act would be payablo out of iho treasury ot By Mr. Kcezoll: A blll to requlro tho Au? ditor ot Publlo Accounts to chargo oft ot , tho books ot his oftlco all warranu drawn | by him on the Treasurer ot the State which i.ave not beeri presented to tho Treasurer ot lhe State for payment within Ilvo years trora tho dutes they wcrc issued, and to requlro hlm to certify to thu Troaaurer ot tho Stato a llst of tho warranta so ohurgod off; also to requlro hlm to mark oft' certain wuvranis ?<>w utandliiB on the books ot his OttUe,- is? sued more than Ilvo years prlor to tho uato of thc approval of thls act. Bv Mr. Keezell: A hlll to amond and re enaot section 663 of tho Codo of Virslnia l? rejdtlon to thc focs of offlcer and p.inter. how pnW. as amended and ro-onactoa h> | chApter "HO. -**'--l8 ot Assembly ot Vlrglnm. I8B*y Mr. Keezolli A blll to ropeal section r,-_ of tho Code of Vlrglnla rnaklng a - lo'waiYce to sherlffs and 8or_oanls and thclr donutles for attendnnce on the. court. ? By Mr.-KWWlll A blll to amend and re enact section 3833 ot the Code of } IrR "la When certain officers not lo bo pa1.1 tc?= Ir. criminal cuses; allOWance, ln IU-u of fe.-s. l"r serv'tng process ln criminal ca.es ln ^ByVr.'Echois: A blll to amend un act cuued an act to Incorporato tho -town of Baata Clty. approved December n. is i Hy Mr. Keexell (by requeal); A blll to amond and ro-enWt aectloti 11 of ohaptqr 1; se -tions 7, 8, 8, U. 17 aud 30 of chapter 2; sce tloii " of chapter ti. and to add socllol.s u2, .? m and H to ohuptor I, Ot an act cniltlc.i ? act concornlnB the Pureau or Inauwijpe, ?!ul insurance, gunnin.y. trusts lmlamnl V. ildelitv, seeilllty aml traterual benellt (om ?,,s, assuclations, soclell.-s aml urdei... and ImpMlM Pemtltl.-s for IU_)_?-?M?-'?"*? proved March D. 104J-, aa amended by an act Lpuroved -March 12, 100S. Hy Mr, Wfclklns tby requeaO , A bili io aI?ena aud rc-e.uL-l seetlon 2VM of "e Codo (jf Vlr_inlB, iih heretoforo amonded. m ve lati,,,, to llona on cro|.s lor ndvunccs to f*5??tr, Kdmomlaun: A blll 10 amend aud re-ennci section 5 of chapter 05 of tho Codft nf VtrSlnlH, a? amended and re-enacted by an UC entltled an act to amend and ro ?., ohakiter W3 l?i the Acts of Ag?..mbl>. J-____lo?,15.1 --. .utitl.Hl an uct-lo protect Ze anri ...her stock 1.1 the countles of thla "taio. approved March 29, 1502, and to ameiul tho tlllo thereof. so ns to provido foi lm posiit- a llcense. t?S >>*. *0?*. aa aimmuw. nd ro-onacted by nn act approved Feb. i laos. House Bills To Commltteo on ITuanoe. By Mr. Cooku: A blll to amend an ?nact seetlon 3 of an act entltled an luthorlzo tho sale of lota purchased b Commonwealth for deiinquent laxes an redecmed within four yeara or m proved February 1'i, 1U0G. By Mr. yarrell; A bill to repeal 9(i and 'J7 of an aet entltled an act to i-eveniie for tho support of froo uchool to pay tho interest on lho public debl to provido a speclal tax for pensioi authorlzed by section lS'J of tbe Constit approved April lti. XWi. By Mr. Price: A bill lo increaso siona of Confederate soldiers. Tu Ciiinmlttee on .Schools und Colli By Mr. Powers: A bill to provlde school l.o..ks for chlldren uttondlng th. Ile seliools of tbe Siate under certuli dltlons, etc. By Mr. Bwlng: A bill to amend ut enact un uct entltled an act for tho llshmem of a State PomalO Normal approved March 7, ISS4, To Coiuuilttee ou Koadt. und Inlertiul gallon. By Mr. Toney: A blll to author!* empower the Stato Corporation Com: to elose or diaeontlnue any prlvato d whurr arrected wlth a public uso or ment ln certain eusus. By Mr, Monoiuv, oi A'.-cuiidrm: provido for tho safety ot oiu|>toycs an aongara of common carrlera; heat crow, numbor of sucoosalvo houra en mav work; punlshment for violatlon. By Mr. Powera: A bill to requlro re (U Stutloua whqro there uiy crusstiigs vldo aigimis to Indlcata tho -ppro trains. To Conunlttee ou Asyliiiim und I'r By Mr. llarwood. A bill to ui re-enact auctlon l of uu uel entltled 10 eatabllsh a perraoneut place iu nitviitlaiy- at Richmond, Va.. f (ContTiiued un l-'it'th Page. ACADEMY-To-N NIGHT ONLY, I THE CLASS IKM' SHOW ON 1 The Girl From Recfl BY PAUL M l-OTTKR. l?rl?e-i Ot* V> ?1*0?