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pollco offlcer whose. shot kllled Joseph S.ambo. Thls dor.lslon wns reaehed after n conference wlth Dlstrlct Attorney Mc Keen, who is quotcd ft? snyfiig, nftor vlr-wing thf senr ?f the- tragedy, thnl "thero ls no doubt ln my mind that the net of tho trooper was uncalled for. au.) lhal-hc can be held accountnble on thc chargo of either murder or mnn i-lflughter." Georgo Mvralt. the Ifungarlnn, who wns t-hot. In tho fnce by tho same troop- ^ rt, ls ln o. crltlcal condition nt hls home. nnoKF.n rmcfl tw coriiT. ?_?tton Klng'' ArnilBiicd nn Lonsplrnoy niiirgi*. T-_rtln.-t.-_. D. Oi Fehninry :*-.--rheodo o it Prlce or Mew York. known n- the col ? Vrnp!" wa. arralgnod to-day ln Crlmlnal . urt No. i. before JusUca douid, nn ii ,rt e ment charging hlm. Moses Haaa nnd _>.d.Hck A. peckham with ?^?J.? .nn-imlt ?n ofteni-e agalniUtht I nlle. 8Ute|. 1.1? alleged ln the indictment that tho d'efendant. eoniplred t.. lecum advance ln ...matlon re.pecting cotton report. trom Sad-.'S'To ^iSl-m'o'f ABr,.ul _ ^%^'TZyo^= ftuMfi mr? pl.a. in abatement, alleglng. among othor thlngs, that certain mf ml.ers ol tne grand jury were ,11. .ualKU .1 to Beno ns 3%%U States Attorney Baker objected to the nilng or the pleas. urglng ;that they wero not tlied ?cn_oiiabl>*. Mr. Baker tom H,e court that whlle tho defendant had bcei Indkted ln 1808 ho had resisto.d removal .5- hl. jurlsdictlon. carrying the caso from ihe rniied States commissioner hrmifih ho c-urtl of New York to thr Supremo ?our tof rtc.Unlted States; whjch irlbunal nad order-d hls removal to this DUtrlct .*.ustlce Gou'd atlowod tho fP>?s. to. ft**o L!i Deposlt Company of Maryland an euret* K1I.I-ED BY CLINTON OI ITCEB. .. reaccmaker in Inclnlent Blot Steeti mrtant Deatli. .- r* i*-hr_rv 21.?In nt Wllmlngton. *:ffr*?_ theto-vn and ' SHSaas_i betweeP t'wo of n numbor of farmers gath ln. Polie-mnn John K. Ttw shot ""*.-"; .Vantlv kllled Georgo Jones lato Saturday afternoon after. tho offieor had boon thrlce Knookod down nnd ronghly handled hy lho ,-rowd. The rlotera were nll mortr or lost. Intoxicated. but Jones wns sobor and naa intorfored In nnhnlf of hls brother. ino ."ho./lng promptly quelled tho ,rMj nnd lho offlcer gave hlmsel! up. A coioncrs our. ls holdin. an Inquest. _ CANDIDATES FOR WEST POINT ILL PREPARED Out of Cluss of 106 Who Heportcd ttit Examination Only Twcnlj-seveu Panned the Ordenl S?cce_s_ully. W??<=t Point, X. Y-. February 2S.?Out of a class ot lOfi who reportefi here to be examined as to their quallficatlona for admlssion to tho Mllltary Academy. onlv twentv-seven passed successful ly The result of the examlnatlons was announced to-day. Those who passed avp a_ follows: Joe Webster Alllson. Texas; Clyde R. Altman. Pennsylvanla; Clarence C. Benson, New York: James I_ Bradley, Mtssourl; John A. Brooks. Jr.. Michigan- Harry M. Brown. MiU sourl; John W. Btttts, Texas: Louls T. Bvrne. New York; F. C. Croar. New Tork: Jefferson P.. Davenport. Georgia; Richard V. Garred. Kentucky; I. GU1 Jr., Rhode Island; James B. Haskell Minnesota; Fred Herr, New Jersey Francls R. Kerr. Rhode Islahd; Cllfforc J Clifford. Georgia; Thomas G. Peytoi Missouri; Albion R. P.ockwood, Massa chusetts; Willlam O. Ryan. Texas John _. Smylle. Mlsslsslppl; Roy *? Smyth. Ncbraska; Hugh Sponcle Georgia,*. Thclbort Talbot. Missouri Benjamln G. Wler, Ohlo; John 1 Woodburv. South Carolina; Robert 1 Horton (ex-cadet). New York: Thom. G. Lanphier (ex-cadet), Nebraska. The above; together with a class c HiS examined ln January. wlll be ac mitte. to the Mllltary Academy tc morrow. Y'oung Byrne ls a brother c Cadet Eu.eno A- Byrne, who met hi death in the football game here wlt Harvard last autumn. PROBeToTo1_E(jMARGARINE Judge Lnndlt. Wunt? lo Learn "Jelliodi of ti.*. Dlsnosltlon. Cliicago, II!.. February 28.?Federa inquiry Into methods of disposlng o oleomargarine 'vas ordered to-day b* Judge Landis,"of tbe,'. Cnlted States Dls trict Coiirt. a-r_e"i* he hnd .enlencec Willlam Broadwell, one of four deal er.s who had been indicted for vlo lating the oleomargarine regulations to six years ln the Federal prison a Fort Leavenworth, and a line of $l."v OOO. "It has been disclosed that probabl not less than $l_.O0O and posslbly mon than $20,000 *--*s been lost by th' l'nlted States government as a resul of Broadwell's activilies," sald Judg. Landls in sentencing him. "Wheneve arrested, he has given bonds and thei gone out and violated the law a?'li the next day. lt has been a wllfu defiance of tho law. Hls bond ha been supplied by a manufacturer o the commodity which he sold illegalli a proceeding which I regard as m; duty to say is hlghly slgniticant." Thomas Dudman, a purchasing agen for an oleomargarine concern, told o hla connectlon wlth the case as bonds man for the indicted men. "When you went on the bonds o these men did you expect to be tn demnififd in case there was an; losses?" asked Judge Landls, "Yes.- sir," replied Dudman. "">*lio w_s going to indemnlfv you? "My employer, Wllliam J. Moxley." Mr. Moxley ls representative in Con gre.s from the Slxt'u District of II llnois. Federal inspector told the court tha the defendant sold daily large quantl ties of illegally manufactured olec margarine to down town restaurauti The government's eonttntlnn wa-s thn the defendnnt bought white anfl co] ored oleomargarine and colored th white oleomargarine before dlsposln of it. thus avoldlng the tax of i ct-nis a. pound ori tha colored product. COLONEL GUFFEYSUED I'uglihliiiiun Would Recover $.,1S0,0( on ItreucU of Contract, Philadelphia, l... February ':$.?Co onel J-i.n;..-> .\1. Gu?fey4 natlonal Demi cratlc committeeraan from this Rtat is the defendant in a suit to recov. ihe BUip Of ?2.189,000 brought by Montenoro Myers, formerly of Londo on an alleged broad the statenifiii of clai day. tho plalntlff -_n. fendant. bv hit agi .le-hn M. Garman, -ei agreement v.itu the i n company waa to bt, ihe control ol ei a "West Virginia, :, tn associates were to 1 clus'ye rlght tu buy t!..-"i,,',,"; ",',t ', company. Iilyers alleges that <'r,)f,n.i qu_ represented hlmseir io b.- the owner 136,000 acre. of coal land ln West v glrda. a-gaJtibt which there w_j no i cutnbranees, whereas, iv li olaln that bonds amounting to $.50 000 oumbered tho nropertv. u is'fiirti niloged that Guffey "pledged part all of hls stock in Ihe Bald prr Ises wlth banklng lnstitution .,r pw burg for a loan of iii.v. ;.,; ,,t ? li'Hl.OOn. Ou-ily One "IIIIOJIO Itl'lMM?-? That Is I^AXATIVE BROMO QUlNi; l/oolc for the- slgnatnre ot i:. iGBOVI. Used the World,ovel*. tu C JBI -,C"0l4.).li,.pfi/'.;Lia-'- .. bCy 131 '????<a-*qa9?ijrtyi*. For Mnreh our Clothing covers the full range of the ihermometer. If the weather Ismildas a lamb, or roaring like a lion, here are the right wearables to keep you com fortable. Spring eoats, shower coats, "sllp-ons" and suits In every weight wlthout walting. If you'd like looking over the New York fashions for men, it's a pleasure to us to show them. Winter Suits and O'coats at blg reductlons! New Spring Suit, O'coats, Shoes, Hats and Furnishings at the most reasonable prices. (Continued From Flrst Page.) lapaed wlth the weight of snow, whlle the building was filled with people. All escaped injury. OHIO FLOOD-SWEPT Mnny To?-nn Tnder Wnlcr Mii Condl tlonn Arc DcHpcratc. Cleveland. Ohlo. February 28.?At least two dead, many hundreds home le?s, scores of factories p/eparlng to close down and property losses reach ing into hundreds of thonsands of dol? iars?these are the maln results of tho flnnd which has devastated the State of Ohlo during the last two days, and which has not yet reached its full volume. The flrst death occurred hero thls afternoon. when four-year-old Cather Ine Hannan was swept off her feot by a block of ice swlrling down tho flood? ed Nlne Milo Creek. At Youngstown a boy named Howard Lightbody was drowned. From all parts of tlie State come storie of submerged villages, while counties under water anr] people belng drlven from their falling homes. At Elkton the Beaver Creek has com? pletely flooded tho town and thero are Bevoral feet of water in tho main street. Canton is in almost as bad a plisht and the majority of tho popu I lailon is marooned ln the upper stories I of thelr houses. From an Industrlal point of vlew the most omlnous intclligence comes from Fast Llverpool, whero the pot terle.s whlCh support hundreds of workmen are statej to bo preparing to close down. Slmllar news is sent hy Youngstown ln respect to its great steel plants. At Zanesville ~>n0 houses are report? ed under water. All servlce on the Baltimore and Ohio South western Railroad between Zanesville and New? ark has been suapended. COWERING IN TERROR Aillage of Hcrkliiicr Tlirenteued WltU Ocstruction hy Flood. Little Falls, N. Y.. February 28.? The village of Herkimer is cowering terror to-night, shrouded in dark ness and rain. The electric lightlng plant has been llooded and all the lights aro out; the tlres under the boil? ers of the pumplng stations have been Uiienched, and there ls only twenty four hours nf drinking wator in slght for S.000 people. AU manufacturing plants havo suapended; and two schools are closed. Many persons iled to high? er land during the daylight hourF. and to-night armed guards patrol tn boats the canals thnt lately were streets. One hundred and fifty houses have been vacated. The village is menaced on the west side by the river and north and east by West Canada Creek. a con tluent. On one side only Is there es cape. The creek has thus far rlsen more rapidlv than the rlver, because of an ice .1am al the point where the two join. .TriUiiB Tled Vp hy Flood. Reno, Nev., February 28.?A mile o? Southern Pacltic Railroad track, near Battle -Mountaln, Xevada, was washed away vesterday by a sudden rlse of the Reese "River. Six passenger trains are tled up at Battle Mountaln l'or an in delinlte period, nnd the population of that llttlo town is temporarily ln? creased by l.'OO persons. Many of the htranded passengers are from the East. May Br. Worst ln Years. Albany, N. Y.. Fehruary 2S.?Wltl the streams trlbutary to the Hud?or Rlver swollen by heavy rains and melt lng snow. and with the river rlsins at the rate of about eight Inches ar hour to-nlght. one of tho worst tlondf ln recetit vears ln predicted hero. Be? cause of the large amount of snow nm Ice in the north woods and the Mo nawk Valley, llille relief ls looked foi for sevsral days, unless tho freshe' Is'cheejied by a cold snap. Outloolc I* Gloomy. Fortplaln. M". Y., February 28.?Tln outlook to-nlght indlcates that thi portlon of Mohawk Valley is to ex perlence almost unprecedented hig: water. Ice Jams west of here hav caused the streets In lllon, Frankfor and Herkimer to be inundatcd an dvnamlte ls being used to break ther up. When ihat happena il is feare iho rush of water and ice wlll caus liavoo heroabouts, for the Mohaw! Rlver is almost solldly clogged fror here to Canajoharle. iu Urump uf Flood*. Utica, N. V., February 28.?Tlie Mo liawk Valley. both east and west o Ullca, is to-night tn the grasp of se rioua lloods. Mucli trouble ls beln experlenced in the villages surround Ing Ullca- The water ls rushln Uirough the streets and business 1 practlcally at a standstlll. Manufacturing plants ln lllon, Frank rort, Whltcsboro and other places hav been obllged to close down. Electrl light Dlants in both Iliop and Horklnu ha.v? been closed. and both villages at ln darkne.a to-nlght. The wat< throughout the whole dlstrlct la steai liy rliing. At Kinckley there ls much alari coneernlng the big dam wliich hoU the water of West Canada Creek. ls fcared that lt wlll break hafot niornlng, and If It dots several housi will be waahed away. Suliuu Wlll Pay. Pi ?'., February 28.?The Hullati hl slgned the accord wlth France, obilga Ing Morouoo to pay $l2.bub.0<>0 114 1 demnlty and datnagt-s arlslnji* out tl.v;..L'u.iV Lii?l'^U.ii.-iil'j Scenes and Leaders ^Philadelphia Strike CJtoVD'sS VAtCHING S,SX02?3L9 tO^dCVi ??__!_$ ?',* ANSWERS GHITIGS (Continued From Flrst Page.) day voted to create the Interstate Com? merce Court. which ls one of rtho principal features of the Townsend ad ministration railroad bill. Thls is the provlsion which the President and the Attorncy-General have been flghtlng to have kept in the bill. The vote ln the committee was 10 to S. The committee adopted, wlth mlnor amendments, the flrst six sectlons of the Townsend bill, all of which re late to the court, and had just rearhi"1 the seventh section, relating to tariff agreements, when it adiourned. It will take up the rest of the bill section by section, nnd probably be able to or der .1 favorable report by the latter part of thls week. An important amendrnent adopted by the committee was a section of the Mann bill refer rlng to classiiication. FavovR Bu-lness MetbodM Committee. Washlngton. T>. C. February 28.? Practically wlthout opposition. the Sen? ate to-day passed the Aldrich blll, oro vidlng for the appolntment of a gov? ernment business methods committee. to he composed of live Senators and ftvo Representatives. .-' HELD FOB MISUSING FIMIS. OgdensbnrK L-viyer, Actlni*- as Bnnk ruptey Trustee, Arrcsled. Ocdensburg, February 28.?.lohn J. McGrath, a lawyer of this city, was arrested and held for the Federal grand jury, charged with misusint; funds recelved as trustee In the bank? ruptcy matter of B. J. Berry, of Pots dam, N. Y. The American Bondinsr Cnmpanj-, of Baltimore, McGrath's suretv. is the .complainant. McGrath sald that he used the money to meet perspnal bllls, expectlnfi: to return it before the final meeting ol the bankruptcy creditors. TOE^vVEATHER Forecnst: Vlvululn?Vnwettlcil wenth er, wlth probably nhovrorn Tuen?lny nnd Wednesduyj cooler Tuesday) light. va rinble vtiuil.x. North CnroIInii?Tlmndcr ulimvem Tueadny nnd probably Wcdue*d?i-y*, light NOntli winds. COXD1TIOXS YESTERDAY. 8 A. M. temperature. 62 Humidltv .?. 02 Wind, dlrectlon.Southwest Wlnd, velocitv .,. 8 Weather .Cloudy Rainfall .J)i5 12 noon temperature. J 3 P. M. temperature.? '-* Maxlmum temperature up to o P. M.? 'J Mlnlmum temperature up to 5 P. lt . . *? Mean temperature . "M Normal temperature . *??; Excess ln temperature to-day.... -u Deflclency ln temperature slnco March .1 . Accum. excess ln temperature since January 1. Deflclency in rainfall since March Accum. deflclency in rainfall slnco January 1 . COtVDITIONS IN IM1 (At 8 P. M., Eastern Place. Ther. Charleston ?..- 01 Charlotte .._-.... 60 Ashevllle .... ??- ? 68 Augusta.? 61 Mobile . 62 .lacksonvllle .... 68 Tampa . 70 Key West ....... i4 Ralelgh .? 66 Atlanta . 62 Savannah .? 6-1 New Orleans ... 60 Galveaton . ?r'1"1 Norfolk -i-.. 6fi Hatteraa . 68 Jupller ..>. "-' Palestlne. CO 496 i S.3C 1.2: ?OTtTANT CITIES Standard Tlme.) H. T. Weather. Cloudy Ratu Rain Rain Rain Rain Clear Clear Rain Rain Rain Rain Clear Rain Rain P. cloudj Clear 6S 00 74 C6 80 MIXIATIRB Sun rlses-6:43 Sun sets. 0:02 Moon rlses. . .11:05 ATiMANAC. March 1, 1010. 11 IGH TIDE. Morning. ... 8:21 Evening.... 8:41 u?1-!S5 Stop Cough Those hard night coughs of the chil? dren I What shall you give them? Just what your mother gave you, and just what her mother gave her! In some families, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral has been the only cough medicine for seventy years. Once in the family, it s.tays. Keep lt on hand. li Aik your doctor if he cndorsa Ayer's Cherry Pectoral for the coughs und colds of children. Do as he says. i'o^_______ HOTTEST KIND DF ROW IS PRDHISEB Fight Immincnt in House Over Recommendation for Battlcships. OPINIONS OF MR. TAWNEY He Will Lead Forces Against Two 27,000-Ton War .Vessels. Washlngton. D. C? February 2S.? There proml.es tO bc the hottest kind of a row* in the House of Representa tives over the recommendations to be made by tho Hoii-e Committee on Na? val A_._ir;- lhat CO?firc=3 _u trtOriZO two _7,ooo-ton battloshlps at thls ses? sion. Representatlvo Tawney. of Mln nesota, chairman of the House Appro priations Committee. will lead the flght against the program of naval in? crease. in a statement opposing what he calls the government's "competitlve shipbullding scheme," Mr. Tawney says: "I have read of the _bverpment_ tcntatlvo naval program wlth pro found astonlshment. One. reason for my surprise at the more am_Itlous naval program which is suggested is the fact that it involves a great in? crease in our now enormously- large appropriations for naval purposes without basing lt on any necesslty whatever. as a means of national _'e fensc, ano* also without any regard whatever to the fact that in this flscal year we are faclng a deficit and noxt Ilscal year we will be near our aggre gate revenues in the amount appro prlated thls session. Copipetltlon Wlth Othor Natiou*. "If our naval policy is to be deter mlned by our abillty to competo wlt! other nations in the nujmber and sl? ot our battleshlp.", then tho- naval polic; ln tiuestlon should be adopted and car rled out wlthout reference cither t our necesslties for natlonal defense o the adequacy of the publlc revenues t meet the expenditures necessary t gratlfy our natlonal ambltion. "In vlew of our geographical lsola tion, which as a means of natlonal de fense is worth more to us than th largest navy any natlon In the worl possesses. and also in vlew of the fac that ln the flscal year ended June 31 1909, we expended 71 per cent, of ou government revenues on aceount c wars we have had and wars we ar preparing for, lt is rather amazing t llnd a naval program proposed tha will so greatly increase our appropriu tions under thls head. Increase lu Elght Yeara. "In the last eighi years the increas ln naval appropriations amounted I the aggregate to $000,000,000 in excei of our naval appropriations for tl eight preceding years. Tho increasi in our appropriations for the arrr during tlie same eight years wet J472.000.000 in excess of army appn priatlons for the eight preceding year In other words, the aggregate increa; in naval appropriations during tho pa: elght yeara ls alone more than tl total appropriations for all concelvi blo government purposes ln any 01 year during th.- hlstory of the soveri ment prlor to is?S. "Thc increased appropidations fc the army during tho same time wou: bulld thc Panama Canal, according t the latest estimates, and would lea\ a balance of f 100,000,000, whllo tho t( tal Increase in appropriations for bot the army aud the navy during thei last elght years is in excess of tl bondeel debt of the United States. N" I'roKpcct of War. "We ar.- at peace wlth all the worl There is not even- a proHpect of 01 becomiiik' Involvat] in war wlth a fo: eign nailon. lt seems almost incred ble that any ,me would suggesl ll udoption 01' ? naval program whli wlll Involve the expondlture of moi m'oney than we have under existlr, revenue laws and a policv, too, wlik wlll vlrtually put out of commlssk ut least half of our war vessels I making thenv Inferlor ln nlv-a and 0 Ilclency by comnarison wlth tho: giant l.attlfsiiips now proposed. When England launohed her fir Oroadnought four vears ago last N vemher thoro was '110 thought of 01 eomiae'tltlon wlth lc 'tion in number and sl iIpH; At that session s propoaod thai we bul which would exceed built hy Kn-lnnd. b ? d 10 t-uthorlsso any aui y>nterlug or an\ tonn "At lhe Of a .Jap.m thori-ed 1, a aeualon, hh the resi: ? war scare, Congress a ? ,. Dreadnoughts. Then 1 JVieru iold i_._t a, - eau;wlf.vn ? .o?- tlie Droadnoughts was necessary ln ordoi to make elllcient thoso prevlously au? thorized, Since then wo have au? thorized two more. lf we now author Ize a 32,000-ton Dreadnought at a cosi of $18,000,000 or $20,000.000 it wlll meat that we must build moro in the fu turo in order to have a homogenou: squadron of vcssels of that class. "The number of xears of the llfi of these vessela wlll not be as grca as tho number of mllllons it wlll cos to build them Tliey will depreclat. at least $1,000,000 a year. and lt wll cost at least several mllllon dollars i year tr> operate these jnonster battle shlps ln times of peace.'1 VIOLATED ELECTION I_VtV. Councilman Cox. nt Newport News. l'oun fiuiity and lineil $200. [Speclal to Th- Tlmes-Luipatch.] N'owport News, Va., February _??Ern?f C. Cox. a member of thc Clty Cour.ell froi ihe Second Word, who was Ihe renudtate Democratlc candldato for rnnstable ln tli fall election. was found guiity of vlolatln tho JBarksdalo election law and fin?d $? by a Jurv ln tho Corporation Court to-nl.h Counsel for tho defendant rooveu that tl verdlct be sot aside, and the ar.umer wlll bo htnrd later. Cox was convlcted of knowlnjly pormittir A. _? Burcher to promise j ]? _*r_l< ?? in conslderatlon of whlch promiso I'nU wlthdrow from thc race for the Democrat nominatlon for constable. After th-- pr mary revolatlons concerning Cox'a reiatioi ?rjth certain puclng companies, deallng Wll tho clty, caused tho Clty Democratlc <"*on mlttee to repudlato Cox. Ua rcmained tho ncld after a new Democrat had bei named In mais-meotinc. and as thc resu J. W. Hester, tho R.-publtcan candldate. wi elocted constable. Cox still holds hls men bership ln the Councll, a motlon to exp, him havlng been lost by two votes. Burcher Wlll be trled at the next ter of the court. 0BITUARY Etinerul Of Captaln C'nfilu. CaptSlii Thomas B. Coftin. a nati* of Virginia, but of recent years roshlent of Florida, dled Sunday ? Bright's discase, after an Illness i several weeks, at the home of h brother-in-law, Dr. John H. Wheat, ; ?105 East Maln Street, Klchmond. Captaln C'ot'in was born at Alexai dria, Va., in li-5 7. At tho age ot liftei he enlls^ed in the Confederate arn as a member of the Slxth Vlrgin Reglment, Mahone's Brigado. Early the war he was elected lirst lieutena of a companv commanded by his brot er, Captain Washington Norris Coffl the company belng asslgned to Maj De Gurnery's b.-,t t.i'.ir.n of thn Tv.olf Louisiana, and paw servlce .in t! .South under General Dabney ?*".. Ma ry. He served to the end of the wi and near its elose, when his brotln Captain Norris Coffin. joined Gener Roddey's cavalry as chief of artillei was promotcd by General Maury to.t cap.alncy of hls brother's company. Aftor the war Captaln Coffin wo. into tbc employ of the Pullman Coi pany, and after faithful service many years as conductor on one of t Southern rallroads, was promoted a positlon of trust In the compan offlces at Jacksonyille, which he ln at the time of his death. He is survived by four sisters?M Florence C. Wheat, of Riclimond. a Misses Julla M.. Laura M. and'Elv Coffin, of Cumberland county. The funeral wlll be held at the ho of the famlly, "Chesley," in Cumb land. on Wednesday, March 2. Mrs. Mary O, Hurrlnon. Mrs. Mary Orgaln Harrison died Wednesday last at her home. "Di more," on tho James Rlver. She v tlio widow of Colonel Archer Tay Harrison, who commanded Ihe Tivi ttetli Virginia Volunteers during i Civil War. She Is survived by t sons?B. C. and A. C. Harrison. The funeral was held on Thursday tho Belle R. Harrison Memorlal Chai Rev. P. M. Boyden otficiatlng. Ilyouiti llutitler. Hyman Hutzier died vosterdav mo: ing at his residence, 1647 East M Street, ln the sevenlioth yoar ot age. Tho funeral wlll take place thls ternoon at '.1:30 o'clock from the M tuary Chapel. Funeral of "dr*. MeMullIii. The funeral of Mrs .Cathorino A McMullin, WllO dled Saturday. will t; place thla morning at 11 o'clock fr St. Andrcw's Church. Edward !'. Wnller. Edward P. Walier, nostmaster Frederlcks Hall, land 5>rotlier-in-l of Meade T. Spicor, of thls clty, d suddenly yesterday morning from heart attack, wlth whlch he was tal Saturday night. He was thougln I _ much. better when the last atti camo on He wns' lliirty-elirht years of a nnd ls survived by hls wife, who \ Mlss Eiila i'pieer, of Louisa county, i one son flvo years of age, and sevc brother. antl slj-ters. ; Ilcsldi's l:c:r._ postmuter at his ho Mr. Walier was identliled with buslii lnterests there and elsewhere. ' funeral will take placo from the m thls mor-ilng at 11 o'clock. Mr. i Mrs. Spicei' left tli* clty yesterday be present. L. AV. Caldwell. [Spaclul to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch. I "Warronton, Va , Fobruary 28.?U Caldwell, ono of tho oldest reside of tho town, a member of tho Masc lodge, a Confoderato veteran, und of the two operators who dlspatc (, thc* lirst inoiiHiigi! over llic- West Unlon Telegrap'i Company, then ,'.'t Morse Telegraph Company, from UI ,.h inond to W.u rciilon, dled at his hc lie.e Ittst )ll,glit after u lingerlng llt nes.-. Mr. Caldwell was for ab *J" thirty yeara owner und editor of 3ftl Truq IpciqS" and lpsur.vlvod-Jpy.-hl^sv ono daughter, Mrs. .T. C. Walraven, of Warrenton, nnd threo aonn, Harry, Frank and Charles Caldwell. Tho fu? neral wlll take plnco Wednesday wlth full Miisonle honors, .IniucN ii. Itecirt, rSpcdnl toTlinTlmCH-Dlspntch.l Fredcrlcksiuirg. Vil., February 28.. Jruneii B. Reod, of Wostmnrelntld county, died auridonly Sunday evening of henrt trouble, at the home of hls son, .1. _. Recd. In thl3 elty, nged sev? enty years. H> was a Confederate soldler, and ia survlved hy elght sntni nnd- one daughter. Thc body was tak? en to Wcstmoreland county lor In? terment. Itllllolpll Ilflisrr.i. I Special to The Times-Dispatch. J Frederlcksburg. Vn.. lebrunry if.? Kudolph Ho'(t?rs, a well-known eltl zen of King Georgo county, dled sud danlly Saturday nt hls homo nl Bom crset Bcaeh, nfter a long lllness ol heart trouble, nged slxty years. Ile Is survlved by ono daughter and two hrothers. tti-ulM ihIo Slurlwt. [gpoclal to The TlmcH.t'lspatch.l _,yncllbur_, Vn., February .s.?Ben Jninln Slgrlst dled hero to-day, hls death belng unusual enough to call for an Investlgatlon of tho clty coro ner, wjio said that dealli was dtio to natural' causcs. Slgrlst was thirty yeara old, and was a na-tlve of Cleve? land, o. Mrs. Heiilnb J.oe Xclma. [Special to Tlio Times- Dlspatch.] Suffolk, Va, February 28.?Mra. Il'm lah Lee Nelms, twenty-four years old. wife of C. W. Nelms, dled to-day. She recently hn(i returned from a long stay ln Ashevllle, M. C, where no per? manent benefit was recelved. Ilenlmniii Monroe. [Special tn Th? Tlmi*s-r-'i?p-<teh.l Wtncheater, Va., February 'js.?Ben Jamln Monroe, a prominent resldont of Capoh Brldge. Itampshlre county, .AV. Va., who became lost during a bllndlng snow storm a month ngo. and who wns found ln a freezing condition. llngercd untll to-dny. when he explred sudden? ly. He was seventv-four years old, nnd la survlved by a wldow. During thc CIVll W:ir he jerved ln the Eigh tecnth Vlrglnla. Reglment. T. F. Cecil. ISp?r.inl to Tho Tlm??-r.ispatch.] Bluefleld, W. Va., February 28. ? T. F Cecil, aged seventy-flve years. a wealthy farmer of Tazewell county, died at hlt home, near Cedar Bluff. to-,lay. Hc wlll be buried Wednesday nt Chapel Hlll. Jlra. 4*;rncle Buck. [Fruclal to Th- Tlm?a-n?pati*h. | Danville. Va.. February 28.?- Mr* Grade Buck, wifo of Charles Buck, ol IN MEMORIAM WTNDE__?On January 6. ir>10. MRS FANN1E FARRAR WIND_L,_ dlct at the home of her daughter. Mra Newton Wlndell. in Norfolk. Va. Her death came aa a terrible blow brliiRlng with it deepeat crief atl< sorrow. not only to her dear daugh ter?. alater and brother. but to liei manv friends. Vlwaya bright and hopeful. rtu carried'wltb her ghujncs whercve: she went. and her prcsence wlll lonj be missed. . ,..-., BarlV in llfe she united wlth tnloi Ptatlon M. B. Church. and has alway, been n loyal follower of her J-avlour putting Hls -will flrst lu everything. Her llfe was wondcrfully bleiaefl and when the summons came. suddei though it was. It found her read; and walting to enter into tnat? Peace. perfect peace, wlth i-orro* surging round; On Jesus* bosom, naught but pcac ls found. Tcace. perfeci peace, wlth loved one far away, In Jesus' keeping. we are eafe an they. Peace. perfect peace, death shadowln, us and ours; Jcsus has vanqulshcd death and al Its powers. It is enough: earth's struggles al have ceaaed, And Jcsus calls mc homo to perfec BYONE WHO LOVED HER. The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been ln use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of .__- and has been made under his per* fJfy-+-#- sonal supervision since lts infancy_ v T&CcJU/lC Allow no one todeceive you in this* All Counterfeits, Imitations and"Just-as-good''are bufe Experiments that trifle with and endangertho health o? Infants and Children?Experience against Experiment* ? What is CASTORIA .. Castoria is a harmless substitnte for Castor Oil, Pare-' goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotio Biibstance. Its age is its guarantce. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhcea and Wind Colic. It relievcs Tcething Troubles, cures Constipation v and Flatulency. It assunilates the Food, regulates tho \, Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. J , The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend. GENUINE ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The EM You Have Always Bou0M In Use For Over 30 Years. THC CCNTAU- COMPAHY, TT MUHKAY STKICT, NtW VORK CITY. Household Premium Coupoa^ MARCH 1, 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. B-_ GIN USED AS MEDICINE When Properly Used, Makes Fine Remedy for Kidney, Liver and Bladder. Doctors agrco that good. puro jrln, When properly comblned wltli otlier iiiKrodlenlH, mako. tho best klnd ot mrdlclno for kidnoys, liver and blad? der. Thn preHcrlptlon used most la hero given: IMlx hIx ouncnn g-ood, pure Kln wlth one-half ounce flUId extract biicliu, tlifin add one-half ounce murax compound. Sliftka timso togother thor? oughly aml take ono to two toa-spoon fulH of thn mlxturo Ihreo tltnen a day after each rrteal. Thln pmscrln llon Iiiim ctired many bad cawes of kid? ney and hlBdder troublo and wlll pre voht. serlous dtaeano, ulich ns Ri.ght'? dlsoasp, chronic rheuniatlssm or dla betcs. Any good dti__glat can mipply tlio InRrodlonte. UiIh cily, dled yestofday afternoon at? her homo, on Opper Htreot, as tho ro BUlt of biinm HUHtalned about ten daya j n.o, Jernin. Seller*. [Speclal to The TIiri(-_-Dl.**patch.1 Staunton, Vn., Fobruary _8.?Jeroma: Sellera, clghty-flve yeara old, dled at Churchvlllo yesterday, leaving a large family. DEATHS ~~ HTUTZLTSR?Dled, nuddonly, Monday morning, Febmary 'JS, at hls resi? dence, 16.7 Eaat Maln Street, IIVMAN" HUTZL.BR, ln the .eventIcth yoar of liin age. . Funeral TUF.fcDAY. March 1, at 3:30 oclock X'. M.i from Mortuaryl Chapel, McMULlrt**"? Dled, at R03 "West Clay j street, February 26, at 6:25 p. _L,, CATHBRINE ANN MoMUbbIS, tho heloved wlfc of Joseph 11- McMullln, j ln hnr flfty-elghth year. Tiie funeru.1 will take place from I st. Andrews Church THIS (Tuesday) ' MORNING, March 1, at 11 o'clock. | Frlends of thc famlly aro cordlally Invlted to attend. Lynchburg. Philadelphla, "A'ashlng- ? ton and Ruffalo papers please copy. COX?-Dled, in Aslicvlllc. N. C. Sundav. I at 1 P. M.. MARY J. COX, ln her! twenty-ninth year. Funeral nottcc later. DOFGHTY? Died. Monday, In Baltl-.? more, at tho homo of h _* Klster, Mra. ' A. J. Albert. MISS S. I* DOUGUTY, ' a former residont of thls clty. (__*AEMB? Dled. February 27, 191ft, a.i 11:66 P M. l.SAH_IiI.A KAUCONEP.. ?third daughter of Mary Rltchle and; Robert Graeme, deceased. _? Funeral wlll tako plar. from tho J re-ddencc, _11? Etuart Avenue, TIU.-l (fue.davi AFTFRNOON at 4 o'clock. Frlends and acqualntances Invlted to attend. Plea.io omlt flowera. VAVDERVAI.L,?Dled. at her home, Rlrtj Vlata, Henrlco county, Va.. February "<; l&ioin the fortv-elghth year of her ago. MARY* E., wife of "VW L- Van dervall. ??? ???'. ..'_. Funeral at home. W FD>EHDA'\ MORNING. March ? 2, 1310, at 111 o'clock. Philadelphia and New York papera ? please copy. McMFLLIN?Dled. at S03 ""Vest CAny Street, Ft-hruary 28. at 6:25 P. M, CATHERINB ANN MoML'LLftN, tho heloved wife of Joseph H. McMullln. in her fifty-eighth year. For a num? ber of years she had beon conllned to her home, a patlent fifferer dur? ing thls long Illness. To thc la*t she proved a faithfiil wife and a truo mother to n largo fanitlv of son* and grandehlldren. Huaband and eight sons and twenty grandehlldren to mourn their loss, nnd wlll prc ?=?rve a grateful memory ot her care and lovlng affection- Archer, Joseph, Albert. Jam's. Arthur. "A i'.llam, Charles an> Upahur. sons. Tho funoral will tako place from Sl. Andrcw's Church THIS .Tuesday) MORNING. March 1. at 11 o clock. Frlends of the famlly aro cordlnlly invlted to attend. Interment in Hol lvwood Cemetery. _ ' Dynchburg. Philadelphia. \". aahlng ton'and Buffaio papera pleaae copy.