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Personal. Tlll'. te.i room al tlie .lof frrson con tlnuea to begullo tlie tedium or lhc tlme during these i.enleii ??_',* , ?-'"?I'-tv find:: ii ,-, cTlrtrmln* pi.ice.-u, gathor after Iho afternoon fi"i'vk...i nt (po nearby churches to! liavfc a en-, (f tea nnd a happy chat. Alwayn \-, \n |,e found thero a loycly Kioup ii ?;iijj. illflpcns'lng liospPnllty tdthfi many patrons of the Gtlrl'a Club. I 1'lioKo in charge or the ten room thls afternoon are Mlggcs Co-le Move dith and Cnrollno ftennoids, asmstfii h. Biivorul of llie debutanlo* of llli* fceason. ln Honor of Mls* sielner. Mlss Ilclen .Stelner, of Montgomery-, Ala., waa the guest of honor ,,n .Mon? day nlght at h beautiful dinner glvcn by Colonel Alexander Lawton, ..f Ala bania, np hls prlvate car ln nichinond, en routr. from Newport News tf New Vork. Table decoratlons were in.' Amerhnn Boauilea, thc color i"heme ' beiujr carried throughout thc dinner. [< Cplohel Lawlon'H guests wcrc Mlssi Stelner, the honor guest; Mr. and Mrs, Itobort E. Stelner. Misses Mary Cobba,!' Netta* ./unes and mi?h Henderson, of ja Monlgomory; Mlsse? Montaguc, Jack? son and witt. or Itlchmond! Mlas Nur-: ney, of Suffolk, and Mr. Williams, ofj.c Atlanta; Nelson Hoblng, of Hichmondi l Mr. Pleasant*., Mr. Mownlng. Mr. Illin- n tor, Dr, Ma: on. of Mont gotnery. .*ll | Stolner ohrlstened the new m'-M-chant ship, "Th.. Clty of .Montgomery.-' Moil-ll; day ln Newport News. She will return ? irom Now Vork tiie la.t of lhe week' to be tln- guegt or frlcnda here. ; '' A. r. v. \. Meclliig. i Mrs. .1. Taylor Ellyson presided yes-' terday over tlie meeting of tiir- Asso-iii clatlon for the Presorvatlon of Vlr? glnla Antlquitleg, held in tlie rooms of the Vlrglnla Historical Soclety. The report of the treasurer showctl a balance of J.'.ftl.iT ln ih,. treasury, thls amount including available andj'l ro-crve funds. p Thc corresponding jecrctary'g reportIsi contalned a letter from Hr. .!. LeSllQ Hall. of willlam and Mary College, wrltten on behalf of the Phl Beta l.'appa Soclety regardlng thelr inter? est ln the rostoration of thc Coionlal Ckpltol ln Williamsburg. ?' Mrr Hentiey read a letter from Mrs. X'-. J. Farrar. of the Tennev-'r" branch. Incloslng a chek for $35 to he used in payment of notes due on j ?' T'owder Horn lot In Williamsburg and J1 Bislng Sun Tavern. in Frederlcksburg ? The letter was heard with much Intor- ? en Kn<| appreclatlon. Ncw memhers reported were Mr. and " Mrv. Alex Gulgon, of niclmiond; Mr.?. Nrllie Marshall Tallaferro. of Hot! _J Sprines. Mrs. Henry Falrfax. of Aldle.| h Va.. and Mrs Harrlot nicklns Vv'ight. Of Frederlcksburg. The corrcspondlng ^ceretary was re? quested to write to Hr. Hall an.l send him a copy of Mr. Yonge's estimate for the rr*-:or-,Mon of the old Capitol bulldlng at Williamsburg. The thanks Of thc association were tendortd Mlss Betty Ellyson for her offer to chape ron an exeurplon to Nlagara under A. I' V. A. .i!i:n!,r?! r nt Mirnmer. an,} to f".. -\- Laneaster, .Ir. for a paper on "Virginla Antlqulttea." recently read by i before l: '? represcntatlves of a tru.t company in New York. ti a reprcsentatlves comtng from every parl ..f lhe United States, and the na largel; V. A., bein? rcar) at thelr request. Tlie <|ti?#tlon of the government road from Yorktown to Jamestown was referred to the corrcspondlng srr. retary. nnd ihe letters regardlng lt were aent to her. Mrs. Ellyson read a letter recelved hy her from Mrs. ?Wheclcr. of the Frederlcksburg branch, regardlng the ereciioti of a Masonic temple in the ol,] cemeterv at Frederlcksburg. Mrs. Ellyson's ac? tion In the matter was Indorsed, wlth thanks from the association. The following committee irj< ap polntffi for the annuaj excurslon on Mav |3: Mr, P. .'. V\-hHe, Mrs. F.. V Hotohklss. Miss Sally Anderson, Mlss Betty Ellyson, R. A. Laneaster. Jr., and V." G. Stanard. Members elected to the directory board ?.vere Mrs. XV. II. Mann, Mrs. Moses P. Hoge and Mlss- F.llcn Blalr. Mr. nnd Mrs. ArmUicnd ln Norfolk. '. A Norfolk paper says: Enaign J. H. Newton, LT. S. N-. en? tertained at dinner on board thc United States ship Montana. His guests were Mr. and Mr.'. John O. Armistead. of -Riciimond; Misses 1.11a and Frances tVaddy and the wardroom ofTieers of tho sl*.ip. Mr. and Mrs. Armistead are making their home in Norfolk for scvera: months. To Iteturn to Phllndclpbla. Mrs. George Brown, who has been the charming liouse guest of Mr. and Mra. Dallam Barksdale. on Monument Avenue, for several weeks. leaves for her home in Gcrmantown on Thursday. Mrs. Brown wi'.l be jolned hy lier hus? band. who haa been in North Carolina playlng in several big golf tourna ments th.^rc during February. Dance nt I'lnicr Pnrk. Ono of tho most attractlve affairs of tlio season was a danco given last evening at Ginter Park by Mlss Vest and Miss Owen. Ttichmond's youngcr society set was well represented. Mr. and Mrs. Howard S'utton chapcroned. Among those dancing were Mlss Nellio McClure, witii Bob Jones; Mliss Lols BIchardsnn. witii Alfrcd Smlth; Miss Margaret Thaw, with Bob Page; Miss Martha Fitzgcrald, wlth John Harvey; Miss Nellie Morton, with "Wil liam Porter; Miss Cliambers, with Mr. i.'hatam; Miss Nan Noble. with Mr. Jennings: Miss Nannie Smlth, wlth Theron Brown; Miss Mary Vaden. wlth Marshal Cilliam; Miss Gcrtrudc Crane. with Mr. McCarthy: Miss Allcon Grey, wlth Mr. Lccky; Mlss Lucy Lewls, wlth Dr. .Teffrios; Miss Owen. with Mr, Neal; Mlss Dolly Adam, wllh Mr. Jones: Miss Vest, wlth Mr. Harvey, and others. Stags were L. Harvey, Park Thorn? ton, J. Cloyd. Dr. Scales, Mr. Perklns, T-Ierbert Trafford. Slr, Blggs, C. L. Coleman, Mr. valentine, and others. Itctiirun l'rom thc Soiltll. Walter Chownlng, formerly of Rich? mond, now of New York, who was recently married in Hoboken, N. ,T., Is expected to return this week from spendlng hla honeymoon In Florida Idi ld, In Iri Da No am Pe Ma tOl ?1*. ln a h< lef hoi 1 ed trc mo Av iro fri ill J 111 liei Pa: i: tur i'*rr ll Iho % That tho grocery bills are smaller when LW2IAP.WE is the coffee used. One pound bf it outlasts two pounds of other kinds, if you follow the directions on every caru SOLD EVEBYWHEBE THE REILY-TAYLOR CO, NEW ORLEANS, U. S. A. ? MUST HAVE HURT DREADFULLY From thc Letter Recently Received From Mrs. E. Fournier, of Lake Charles, La., Her Suffcr ings Must Have Been Dreadful. Lake Charles, l.n.--"I liad no rouragc )r patieiicc left," writcs Mrs. K. Fournier, i( this plarc, "as a result of my great stif cring. "I had backache, hcatlachc, licart p.il .itation, chilla, fafnting spells, sick siom .clt, nervousness, draggirig sensaiions anrj liought every month I should die. "\o doctor cbttld rclicvc me and thc nonth hef'.-re I began to lake Cardui, I ould-hardly walk. I cOUld not wear my >.-:-r!. andfhad a pain in my right side. ".->inr'* taking Cardui, I have n>> more ain. I can wall: as far as I want and ni fccling like a different woman." If you sUffcrfrom anyof thesymptoms escribed by Mr.i. Fournier you are urged ? t.ik^ Cardui, for it should surcly do aa luch for you, as it has done for licr. If you are wcak and ailing, .stiffrr from u-k of appetite, lack of blood, lack of crvous vitality, Cardui is probably just h.t you ncrd to help you build up your hysical and nervous constitution. It build.s, strengthen-i. restorcs and acts i every way as a specific, tonic remedy, >r womanly wcakncss. Scc your druggist about it. N. B.? Write to: Ladies'Advisory Dep'., haiunooga -Medicine Co., Chattanooga, enn., for Special Inslruclions. and 64- j lgc book,"HomeTreatment lor Women," nt in plain wrappcr on request. rnl Cuba, and wlth hls hri'le will be ie gucsta of Mr. and Mrs. A. .1. hewnlng, ot 1039 West Grace Street. Un Mldyetle lo Ucil. An ent-agement ot much Interest!' ?re is that of Misa Matilda Mldyctte,: , LUghtcr of .Mr. an'i Mra. D. 11. i Idyetto, formerly of Itlchmond. now ; ? ' Ashland, and Walter ilartin Jones,i thls city- The marrlage wlll be j J ie of the social events of the sprlng.], ilflmore filrl lo Wed. Mrs. Georse j, Ri.me. of Baltimore, d., announcea tho engagement ut er daughter, Gerllne Ccrhardt, to illiam Charles Carrlck, of thls clty. he -weddlng will tako placo in the irly part of April. Ih* Wniis Engaged. Mr. and Mr*. X. C- Watts. of Staun n, announce tho engagement of their .ughier. Lcia. to Willlam Wayt Glbbs. ie. weddlng to take place at home ic early part of Mareh. ?rrrll?[,ucn_, Miss willle (.".ifford Lucas. daugni<-. ' Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Lucas, of Dan llc. and M. J. Terrell, of thls city, ere married on Monday afternoon at o'clock, nt the residence of Rev. .1. Holland. paMor of Keen Street Bap st Church. Mr. and Mr*. Terrell will make their )::ic m Richmond. rrllnl nt l nh cr*lt y. Professor Ben J. Pot ter has gone ? tlic Unlverslty of Virginia to givel lother organ rocital and al.so a per rmancc of Gaul's "Holy Clty," with!'! chorus of nearly one hun-'red volcesljj id some of thc bost soloists in the ;; untry. n>?Komlnxk*. Miss Be..lc Kamlnsky, daughter of *. and Mrs. Abraham Kamlnsky, of is i_ast Broad Stroet. and Edward ay was married at 6:30 o'clock yes day In the Sir Moses Moutofiore ; ai nagogue. the Rov. Mr. Kllne, of i r' tersburg. performlng the ceremony.lf.! riie brlde entered the synagoguc on I u. 3 arms of her father and mother. st e was dre.sed ln whlto duchess (tl ln and peafls, and carried lllies ol) ? valley and Brlde roses. Thc maid; honor was her slster, Miss Sarah | _! mlnsky, who was dre.sed in yellow ?pine, olaborateiy trlmmed in crystal ?sementerie. and carried a muff of ;es. The bridesmaids?Misses Ida plon, Rose Go.shen. Florcnce icreff, Dora Stiarbve, of Peterstnirg: i Klnkelstcin, uf Washington. and i Klaff, of Danvllle?were dressed dainty lingerie trlmmed jn babv ih, and carried daffodils. rho ushers were Samuel Svlger. ve Cohen, Dave Kaufman, Nathan wman. 1. Opplcman, of Lynchburg, 1 Nathan Harrison, of Danvllle. Miss irl Kamlnsky was flower girl. and ster Mllton Schwartz, of "Washing. . acted as rlng-bearer. wfter the wedding a receptlon was en to tho bridal party and guests the Masonic Temple. There were ? ut son guests present, manv friends 1 relatlves from other citles bein ong them. Thc brlde and groom on an early morning traln for a leymoon among Northern citles. Iu nnd Out of Toyvn. "er. -Willlam 1.. Hatcher has return to Rlchmond after undergoing atment in Baltimoro for several nths. Ilsses Kmlly \y, Flotchor and Gen cve Flejjcher, of Warrehton, Va, i visiting Mrs. j. s Latham at 13 rth Fifth Stroet. frs. Ernest II. Cosby, of 1103 Grove enue, is convalesclng at St. Luke's 'Pltal, and will be glad to scc her :nds. Irs. W. O. Crockett has returned her hon . on Cathedral Placo aftor ,'isit of several weeks to relatlves LeNington. Va. liss Marlson X\'. Upshur is crltlcally with pneumonia at the residence of brother, lt. B. Knox, HIghland ?1.. " ?r. ll. James Kckenrodo has re ncd to the city nfter a vlslt to dericksburg, Ilss Anna Llnthlcum, who hns heen guest of her aunt, Mrs. Mary E. Fulton, of Weat drace Stfeet, haa r< turned to her home in FredorIckgbui-| .Toaonh Stumpf Ih at the Virginla Hot sprlngs tilidcrgolng trratniont fbi "ia health, Mr, Htutnp. in accompu. >""<i by hls wlfo, Mlss rilanrhe Uobbfri* la the guest of frlenda ln Newport News, MUa Kitiffla Qeii, of staunton, Ih ex? pected h^re shortly to vlslt friends for several weeks. .Mrs. George Nelms W-ise, of New norl New.-, ta viattlng In thls clty, Mlss .lulln. Cottrell, who haa be'en the guest of Mis? Crump in Portainouth, returned to her home on Saturday. Frank Peiishaw was a visltor In Charlottesville l.ist week. Mrs. George Lindsay and little son have returned lo their hom? in Ports? mouth after spendlng sevcrai weeks with Mr. Lindsay for the sesslons of the Legislature. W. t. Wade has returned to hla home lii Clifton Forgc Hfier belng in this clty for an operatlon. Charlea C. Ctillen, of Knoxvllle, Tenn.. wlio haa been vislting h|. mother, Mrs. C. XX. Cltllen, of Barton Itelghta, has left wlth his slster, Ml.t ?lennle. Cullen, for a vlslt lo New -ork, A meeting of tiie Oakwood Memorlal Assoclatlon will he held at St. John's Church to-morrow (Thursday i morning a: li o'clock. I'lignKcinciit AiiiK.iincril. [Special to The Times- Dispatch.-I Lynchburg. Va.. March 1.?Announce? mcnt ls made here of the engagement of Mis.-r Lols Taylor, of Senetobia, Mlss.. to Wlstar Heald, of thls city. The marrlage is to take placo April 1-i ln the Methodlst Church at Sene isOmlTl TO PURE F80D BILL! fContinued From Thlrd Page.; j ?nt year the-re were only 17,782,0?*?; 'nly 1 per cent. more corn is belng j ?alsed than In lsoo. yet tbe popula Ion ha:. lncreased ir, per cent. This ! vaa to aftow thc reason for lncreased I ost of living. F.dwln I'. COX said that U O. Wen- j lenburg. who was to liave appeared i eforo the committee. had been call- j d away. and would llko to be heard ' atcr. Hc- v. ould present a legal qucs- I Ion, as to whether <>r not this bill I i ews of Manche__e_ Manchester Bureau. Tlmei-Diipat-"*, im huii street. At a meetln. of thc Fire Commisstoners eld ln the; Councll chamb-r last night. th< ? liowln. [ncumbenla woro el-cted for th' iisums ycai : ".V. B. Crooks. chief; It. E 'iim, assistant chief; W. T. Smlth. ?.'. A ottam. atatlonmen; "*.'. I". Smlth, J. L ledford. tire pollce; R. H. L-re. C. C EI ir. J. W. Ferris. .1. IV. Hajtln.f. runners .'. T. _,ancc. J. A. Rowland, C. ft. Fon!ke? .'. I:. I.lpscomb, substltutca. Th.i name o O. Bllctltr was nomlnated aud approvtr >r runner. The nomlnations wero closec 1 every inslan.e. and an unanlmous voti ast. Much fun was had at the e.pense e i*. W. Workman. who was almost invari bly called upon to cast thc unanlmoui ot*--. Ke rctaliatcd, however. now and len, to the amuitm-n! of hls collea_ues 0 tires were rcported ln February. Bclna too well acqualnted with the po. c-rmin of nielunnml to tindrrlake a "rain igc" in that citv. Mary Andrews. Nannie, ike and Willie Hill walk?d t? Manchestoi tt nlght. and before they had sot within ie coiporatc limitB started their dlsorder conduct. Onc -wlndow. lt is sald. was nashed liv one of the trlo ln a store on ull Street. and the rlotcrs wcrc whc. In_ ings up for fair before thc statlon-house as notified. I'olleemen Way mack and nlth were sent out to stop thc. row. and 1 three viellors were arrcsted. The ar. st occurrcd near Eevanth and Hull Streeis, id a crowd was watrhlng Ihe antlcs of tT-ie trancc" negrocs when the offlcers came >. l"ntl learly thls mornin; the pnllee ition was kept -vldc-awake by tho cries o( c imprisoner ntchmonders. \t a mcetlnjr of thc Alnishouse Committec i bills. includln. outside poor hllls. wow ?proved for payment. Holes ..? tlic fence rroundin. the .rounds wlll bc boarded up prevent any attompt at cscanc by the mates. \t the meetinc of thc Cemetery Commit g a subcommittee was appointed to pre rc for thc Memorlal Day e.teroises to bc Id May 22. fire destroyed a stablc at Bon Air Mon ?? and burned to duath two mules, one irse. one colt and a calf. and a_;o in red a cow and several pl__. About " llock flames were notlced In thc stablo J. ti. tValtors. Fricnds came to the ajs itancc of Mr. Walters. but thc strons nd fed the flamcs and but Uttle was ved. One or two vehicles. a cow and a iv pigs, however, were saved. About S4M >rth of feed was destroyed. Thcra was no suranci*. \ joint rally of Henderson and Stuart Jges of thls city wlll bc held at Hendcr FUNDS FOR GOVERNMENT arllninent, nt Short S 1(1 Inc Cou. Hiders l-'liiuncinl "InttcrK. I_-ndon, March 1.?Parliamcnt set ;d clown to tho humdrum business providlng for the country's iinan il necesslties, at a short sltting to y. Thc House authorized tho gov nment to proceed wlth lts loans. and so thc suspenslon of tho slnking nd, for whlle the budget ls held up. is impossiblo to collect tho necessary eome to carry on ihe departments. It is even doubtful, despite the re? nt maval acare, whether thc de te on thc naval estimates tho week ter next wlll create any great ex cment. The government will sub it estimates providlng for a con lorable increase ot the personnel of c fleet, and a gross lncrease ln e\ ntllture on tho navy of $.5,000,000 i' thc year 1310-1911. The first by-el.ction for tho new rllament rosulted to-dav In the re ?ctlou of Willlam Wedgwood Benn, r St. George's in tho Kast, by a ghtly increased majority. Mr. Benn d to submlt to a contest on being polnted to ofllco In the government, lohn 13, Redmond, leader ot the sh parltamentnry party, In ac owlcclglng recelpt of further funds >m the Unlted States, iiredictcd an iier general election before many teka aro over. He polnted out that -i Conservattves, as well as tho. .rlonttea were preparlng to contest ory seat in Iroland. in tho hopo of nkrupting tho Natlonaliat party. ________?.??.'?? ATTIIMPT.-" TO Kll.Ii HI.MSKLP. , cliniuud "llnti Take- ri>I?un nnd Haa .N'urrotv _'*.u"*e 1'ioin Death. [Speclal lo'riie'nmes-lMsijatcli.l loanoke, Va., .March l.?Charles Wll ms, aged twonty-four years, a tel raph operator, of Hlchmond, took,' son here last nlght, whon hls nt-' itlons to a young woman were ned down. *uul had a narrow escapo m doath. Williams called at thc ing woman's home. and when up. ided for allege-l drinklng, hc swal ?ert an antiseptic tohlet. a physl n savod his llfe, nnd ho loft hero to ht for lUchmuml, When "(lood Lrt'k'' li urerl li one round of tocctlttil and pleamre*. Every proaur.t ot the cullrtary- art rl?e? whlle, ii.'h' nnd dellshtful to the palatc. IgAKlNGpOWbEl THE POWDER tYhen "fiond I.uek" l? ut?d Is OblOlUtely pure, ht^-li In lcav enlnir nualltlef. anrl ls packed In patented moisturc - pronf tiews-boaid cans. Cut the valuable cn.p.in from can label and savo for useful premlumr. 6 ounces, 5 cents; 1 pound, 10 cents. The Southern Manufacturing Company RICIUIOJi'D, VA. iscrlmlnates agalnst thc home con ern?. neplylng to these remarks, Mr. Fltz 'ugh sald that plenty of time had een p-iven thc cold storaRe men. The nnounrement of the blll liad been lade In The Tlrnes-Dispateli a week r more before it was Introduced bv lm. He read of a turkey whlcli had een kept ln cold storage for seven cars. He was unwllling to extend he hearlng lndeflnltely. What he wanted wns to protect thc ?- Of tli<> people. wliich he thought t more importanco than the proflta f cold storage houses. He dld not ee thc Objectlon to lettlng the peo le know wi.on food products hail been n cold storage. He did not want to lose iip the warehouses. He merely anted tho people to have thc knowl Jge aa to what they were eatlnc;. Dr. Myers thought thls a serious ?a!th question. He wanted to take *> advantage of the cold storage peo le, but he wished the people to know hat is served to them. lf the country :is to keep on paying hlgh prices he anted It to have pure food. The hearlng was continued to 5 clock thls morning. j *on Lodge Thursday nlght. Past Grand I Mastcrs Chase. Montag.e anit Morris; j Grand Treasurer Ferguson; 1'ast Grand j Marshal Georg- XV. Graves; past Grand Becretarj*. J.. H. Drcw, and otlicrs wlll make shori addresses. Thc funeral of Mrs. Thomas L. Nlchola*. who died Monday night ln her home, U(M McDonoujh Street. wlll take place this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock from Central Meth? odlst Church. The burlal wlll be made ln Ilollywood. Death has vlsiled thls familv twiee within a day, Mrs. Nicholas dylng I within a few hours after her Infant chil.l r had breaihed Us last. Mrs. Nicholas was ln her thirty-ninth ycar. and is survlved \ 0l by her husband. two daughters, Misses ! n' May and J?oulae Nlcholas; one aon, I fc Bryan Lee Nicholas; thrc slsters. Mrs. Lewls rtngers. Mrs. Power Hatkt-tt and Mrs. Ad.lo Grlffin. and her faiher, \V. C. Prossor. The following will act as pall-bearers: Mon orary-S. R. Owens and M. A. Campbcll. Actlve?It. C. Broaddus. K. B. Dunford, CharleH Burkcri, C. 8. IVells, B. A. Gill, J. \\\ Deltrick, Charles Schaadt and A. D. Whartou. The Woman's Missionary Soclety ef Baln brldpe Streel Baptlst Church niet yest.-r. day afternoon at I o'clock ln the women's parlor. Mrs. Allen Pettlgrew rendercd a \ocal selection, and Mlss earrle McGeorge, read. Officor's will be elected at the meeting Of lhe Manchester I.odge of Elks to-mor? row nlght. A number of officrs are to he promoied. and Walter E. Du Val. clerk of lhe Corporation Court, ls to rotiro as e.\ jalted ruler. Tha other offlcers are XV. D ? l"rank!i:i. rstecmrd leadina: knlght ; D. B Beattio. csteenud loyal knlght; John 13. Llpscomb, csteemed lecturing knight; John :?'.. Walker, sveretary, and XV. H. Washing? ton, treasurer. Pastors will probably in thc next few days bo selected by Moderator rt. A. Justis who preslded at the meeting of the MIddIa District Baptisi Association ln Stockton Sireet Baptlst Church. for Central Church near Bon Air; Tomahawk Church andW Sklnquarter Church. ??-"* News has been recelved from Dr p p -Williams. of _! T'aso, Tox., thal thc con? dition of Carter F. Turpln. formerly or this clty, is greatly Improved. m d< Is This Fair? Certaln Proof Will Bc Mnde TUnt Muart's Dysprpxla Tnblets Curc Stouiach Trouble. A Trial Paeknge Sent FrCe Stuart's Dyspepsla Tablets are made to glvo to thc system, through the di gestivc tract and the stomach, the necessary chcmicais not only to di_?l? food. but to enrlch the iluids of ?th? body so that lt may no longer __???? from dy-spepsla or other stoma.ii Uou XVtt will send you a quantlty of theso tablets free. so that their power to cure may be proven to you Thousands upon thousands of peo? ple ar< using theso tablets for the aid and cure of evory know,, stornnch disease. Know what you nut in\? ?., stomach, and use dis^retfon ln Yoimg' Stuart's Dyspepsla Tablets eomain frult and vegetabio cssenceL.thc m concenrated tlncturo of i_VdP-,p,,u Golden Seal whlcl, tone Un a id strenglhon the mucous llnlng of tho stomaci, and increase the flow of _?i trlc aml other digestive julces fin* toso (extracted from milk) "x'uv to strenfefien the nerves controlllng the action of the stomach and to cure nervous dyspepsla; puro aseptic Pen'in of the kighost digestive powVr anc? I., proved by the United Sta?_sPharmS copoela iiurina One of thc ablest i)rofc?Kn<... ~* .. Universiy of Mlchlgan reeen ,j. ? , i'd tliat this I'epsin was tho only asentln nepslii ho had found tliat ,S!'' lutely vuro-frco from all animal lm purlties Blsmuth, to absorb._a.es and prevent fcritientatlon. Tluv a,l ,., cloiisly navored wlth concontrated J - malca Uinger?in itself a wo lf known sioniach tonic. ?" MWwn Llquid medlclnes loso thclr strength tlie longer they aro kept; ttir_u_h evaporatlon, fermentatlon and choml,^ c ha nges, hen ce Stuart's -Dvan-nsfn Tablets ire recognized aa tho onl_??ri e and logiral manner of preservintr i ,. o_f'-tTe?n_thfiVO" ab?V? ln lhe,r ful': lf' you really doubt. tl10 p0,ver ., theso tablets. take thls adver.tlsemont to a driiBslst and ask hls opinion f Um formula. ' "? "* lt |a ilie your stomach to Elve it Iho Ihgrcdlents necessary to stop Its tro . ble. lt costs nothlng to try. "v ; know what you nre taking, and tho fame of theso tablets provo tl,,' ? value. All .drugglstslseli them. Price 50 cents. send us your narno and n.i ' dress and we wlll send yem a-trii package by mall free. Address F \ SWiSfc.-"0 su,m BuUd,,,?- >?"? H po thi to .ib in th. wo an. wa USI frc pr. I Wi he th. tot trc bil lio bil drl wh Vlr drl the pla 1; In ' Sta cap tho as the whi sah lnst moi o_ti ;;to: lhc wh' a f tlot Hqll duy war Ihlr cen hav by uf I tho illtc hill. c o n i salu miflf PLEflDS FOR E-tH (Contlnu.d From i-'ir. t. p.-ce.) publlcan friond* ar. husy rjuarrellng amonjj themselves. Thev cannot. lieii the rumhllnga of dlssatlsfactlon thal fire spreadlng all over thls country." ' niiji DeelMlnti n "Monsirous Ah.tlrilHy" i'.'rl!l'-l;;lng the Poilock Cafce a- a "monstroiic ah. urdlty," he declared thal In lt the Suprdnie Court by a vot? of .I to i had declded that an Income tax coiilri pot be lald on Incomes arls liur from Ian,* wlthout npportloninent, because In lts conception thoro ts no "Istlnctlon between rent and the rlgni to colle II rent." "1 studied law In Virginia," said th? ?tenntor, "undor tho greatest jaw pi't* fessor who ever iirlorned 11 ?ent of earnlnjr, .'olm n. Mlnor. and I know if no plalner and cieprer exposltfoti if real property than volume two of ll. Instltutes, from whlch 1 le.irnerl hat there |s n clear dlstlnctlon be-j we?*n rent ?n,i liie land from whlch | I I. derlved. The declsion of the: "Upremc Courl. says that the money I yet from rent ot land ls real estate, mt any man of ordlnary sense knows hat ls not so. "I do not thlnk thls law wlll h* nd nlnlstereri wrongly," he contlnued. 'Since 1 have been ln Congress. I hnvo cnown about 2.000 public men there. have not known more than ten who v?re dlshohcsl or rascnls. I have :nown more hypocrltes ln the pulplt. lut in T'oneresu there ls an n.wful ight of tools, and more eowards than Ither. Yet I ,*o not thlnk the repub lc In danger from veiHallty." Tns Ttiosc Wltr, (nn Henr It. The proposltlon to tax only those icomPf- whlch amounted to $"i,n0ft and pwnrd, he sald, ls based on the prln iple that such a tax should be Im osed on those who can bear lt with he least Inconvenlenee, the rule lald own hy Adam Smlth more thnn a entury ago. People whose lnconies i-erc bolow that paid much of what hey received back to the lnterests, nd were harely able to llve eom oriably. I . Tlme and tlme agaln, lie asserted,!, 'ongress has lald Income taxes. llo|i evlewed ai length the cns.cn in whlch lie tax had heen tested In the courts, lentlonlng the Virginia eaJ-e of 170,", ?here a certain Vlrglnlan was com elled by a declsion of the L'nlted tates .Supreme Court to pay a direct ix on "."00 eharlots, whlch lie de Iar?d he kent not for hire, but for Is own personal une." Iledurtlnnn of Tnrip". "The necesslty of the revenue trom icorne taxes wlll arise," he pointed ilt, "when a reduction in tarirt dutles brought about. That reduction wlll -eatc thc need for more revenue. 'hlle it will havo the beneiiclal cf ct ot eompelling the American man 'acturer to rcduce the prlce of his 30ds, the treasury, by such a move, 111 be depleted. and tho only po.sl . way to make up the dellclt ls by vying an Income tax under the pro )sed amendment." He emphaslzed the necesslty cro .cd by such a sltuatlon. antl stated lat there ls no hope of cutting down ie expenses of the government, crlt izing in caustlc *tyle the money paid it to retired army ana navy offlcers, id the proposed civil pension rctlre ent fund. Concluiling hls argument, Senator lilcy .aid: "The General Assembly Virginia has a glorlous opportu ty to take the lead in this movement r a more democratlc system of in me taxatlon. Let us hope that the ictrlnes of Jefferson may again be ithronod in thls mlghty natlon." ALStY WOUL ar iu siloois is Bill Proposing Compromise on Sale of Liquor Reported Unfavorably. "The majority of the peoplo of this mmonwealth are not utter prohlbl nists," declared Senator Halsey yos ?day beforo the Senate Commlttee Finance, advocating hls bill whlch uld do/away with drlnking saloons rl substitute for them prlvately ned dispensarles, where liquor only bottles can be sold, and where no nking can take placo. Kventually ne such law as thls whlch I now ipose wlll be the law of thls State. My bill has met wlth dlsapproval tho extremes of both sides of this estlon, and I thlnk that Is a good cument for lts passage. The safest y to travel is to travel in the mid of thc road, and to avold extremes. is measure appeals to thc though t . and conservatlvo peoplo of the ite. The qucstlon Is a 'runnlng *e,' and ought to be rcmoved from lltics." Phe great majority ot the cvils ot ? liquor traffic, he argued, aro due the habit ol' drlnking in saloons. olition of the custom of drlnking saloons would reduce by one-half i number of drunkards. His bill uld promote tho ends of temperance 1 morality by stopplng that habit, s the line of hls argument. This is not a dispensary bill in tho iai sense," ho sald. "A dispensary m which the Stato takes the direct. ifit is paternallstic nnd soclalistic." n reply to a question from Senator ckliam. Senator Halsey sald that was wllling to except cidci- from operatlon of the blll, and that lf ced to do so, he would slmllarly at malt liquors. Would Cloae Brcwerlen. vttorney S. L. Kelley said that the I was not acceptable Io all tho lor intercsts. He argued lhat tlio dtscouraged the use of light nks, and encouraged the sale of Isl.ey. He expressed the hopo that glnia people would take up beer iklngi or the use of llght wines, llke German and l-'rench people,, in _*e of strongor alcoholle beverages. ointing out that brewerlea are fifth ho manufuciiiring Industrles of tho Le, sevonth In taxes, ? and in per Ita wages second, ho thought thal brewories ought not to be closed. thev would be by tlio pussago of blll. Hi. ovlls attributed to tho use of skey aro largely exaggoratod," ho I, "Pcllglon, not law, Is tho proper rumeiit by whlch to make a man al." ?" Thc .Middle Ground, lioro _roi other jicoplo than the emlsts. to he consjdorod," said Son ? Halsey In reply, "and thoy are great body between the oxt reine. i would glvo uiistlntcd approval to air modium between the proposl _ advanced by both sides of the or question. ln Philadelphla to a big strlke is on, and lho two ring elemonts in that ctly seem to k they nro the only parties eon icd. Tho strlkers think they 9 ' tho rlght to tako thc clty iho throat and ptlflo the lnterests .11 lts .citizcns. Tho truth Is, that great mass of the people is moro rostcd Ihuu either slde, 'hose peoplo in lho uihldlo of tho 1 liavo no lobbyists horo. Upon rosponslhlliuy, repr.esentlng a part ;hOS6 people, I havo Ofl'Ol'Od thin wlthout ronsultlng either of the lietlng lnterests. lt ls sound and lary. For lllly years proliibitiuu -y__tn___t?_i_ in.?.? ?'?[?.mr_iinnm*.?if___uij COAL is bought to pro? duce power and some coals are better than others for the purpose. Nature made all coals, good and bad. If Nature could talk and tell the best to choose noiriistakesvvouldbemade. Nature is mute and man, erring man, talks for her. Reliability in the seller is as important as reliability in the coal. Atlantic Guaranteed Coal can be de pended upon?so can the Company selling it. Atlantic States Coal & Coke Co., Kicliuiond, "Va. nas-trled lts strength, and lt haa not Sottled anything yet." By a narrow margin, an unfavorablo report waH given to tho measure bv tne commlttee, lmt Senator Haisev will at the ivoper Ume pui up a stlft flght ror the blll when lt comes up on the .icnato calendar. TOBACCO SALES Febmni. Rrporl* Show llrriiled Inrrra.e Over I.ti.t Vriir. Tobacco warehoun,:s nf thla citv for the monih ending Monday, reportnl the r.l].. IHK Hiile.-. Ii.rk. 2,7.5,3*. pounils nt an aver? age of y.i.:,:, per 100 poundsj Burley, 717,115 Pounds, th., mnra-.,. pii,.? __??- J12..1 per 1"0 pounds. Tlio total .ales f..r the samo month tnat >ear nmotinte. tn 2.S1?,1?3, at an avrraj-o prl.-e of .Js.37 per 1C0 pounds for dark tobilero only. Tolai f?le9 for five months ending Feb -?-**''_ "*\ !5:?'. ?V',ro as '""on-t: _ark. "t.857.. i?. Burloy, 1,287,953; a total of 3 5.17.. Pounds. I,n*l year tl,e l0[a| ror the same period amount to .".fO.'.-r-i pounds for dark tobaeco only. Servlces nt Kmanuel. The Rrv. Willlam .Meade Clark. rector of j M. ./ames Epliclpsl Church, wlll preach at I hmanuel Eplscopal Church, Henrlco county, i to-nlsht at 7:30 o'clock. Mc OlTcr fnr Jcffrlcx-JolinHoll Klghi. _ Los Angeles, Cal.. March 1.?Blchard ?errls. who managed t!i<r Los Angeles ivlatlon meet, to-day sent tho follow ng telegram to Tc** Rlckard and Jack lleason: "Wlll you consider legltlmate propo iti'Ui lo bring the Jeffrles-.lohnson ght to Los Angeles If guaranteed 150,00.0? Ferris says one loeal capitallst Is eady to put up $100,000. Children Ory FOR FLETCHER'S OASTO R I A 24 HOURS Each Cap- /""""**,' sule bears (MIDY): the nameflSS-\^_s ? Blitart ofeounterftUt AI.L DRUOCISTS Iave Money by Letting Us Dye, Clean and Ren ovate Your PLUMES ing your old Plumes and havo a tndsomo Wlllow Plume made "%-t a ry moderate price. Our Cleanlng, ?elng and Curllng cannot be exoqllod. it-of-town trade a speclalty. Feath 5 retailed at wholesale prices. I East Broad Street (Second Floor). Monroe 177. Steinway and Hardman A re Truly Mines of Music make an invcstinerit that doe. Whon you buy one, you get a Piano that will prove a source of delight to you as long as you live. Great melodic trcasurcs are storcd in those Pianos. They arc mines of music. Paticnt, loving care in the making has filled them with music of thc superlative degree. Long after the average house will have been torn down or have reached thc shabby stage thc Steinway and the Hardman Pianos will still have their matchlcss pcr fection of tonc. When you invest in a Steinway or Hardman Up right or Grand Piano you not fluctuate or depreciate .ll.ir.l- .1 * . *. I > \-.TLI I 1-11 k LIl.ll L1UV .1 ll? l. tHU Hlill Wl ^ I k |^ l C-C l _ ll* with the years, but pays you thc biggest div.dends.of musical enjoynieiit. whilc your money remains safe. We sell several other famous makes of Pianos. Write us foi* free catalogue giving much valuable information. 103 East Broad Strcet, Richmond, Va. "Oldest Music House in Virginia and North Carolina." NEGItO ATTAC'KS OFFlCERS. Two Dnnvllte Policemen lnjured bj Rocks Ttirovrn by Youth. [Speolal to The Tlmea-rilspatch.] Danville, Va.. March 1.?Pollco Ofll? cers r. M. Hatcncr and .1. W. pett-j were .-issaultoil and palnfiilly iniurrr; at about noon to-day on Union Street by .lamcB Hastlngs, a negro about nlneteen years of apre, who threw _ rtistllade of rocKs at the policemen. Tho negro had been actlng qiicerly for Komo tlmo and to-day a report wns recnived at police headquartcr.* that he wns creating a. disturbance ln the mlll dlstrlct. When he saw tlie olllcers approacliing he began hurling rocks nl them, one large rock strlklng ffflcer Hatcher and injuring his elbow qulte badly, tliough not serlously. ?? | Winter Clearance Sale at Perfection Oil Stoves Are without an equal in oil cooking, and at our pricc one'sliould bc in every home. Sold with or without ovens. 0_r exclusive designs of Jap and China Mattings arc now in, and thc pattern you want can now bc found licre. Prices range from 20c ?40c Rothert & Co. Fourth and Broad Sts. COLDS Are depresslng, palnful and -lnnoylng. Do not neglect a cold. Treat it at once and ward off serlous complicatlons that wlll assurcdly follow neglect. _axa?& GRIPPE PILLS Act quickly. They reduce ferer, reliere all achintt pains, do not depress the heart. They aro the greatest of alf spcclflcs for colds. Fully guaranteed. Pricc, 25c por box?mailable. POLK MILLER DRUG CO, 831 East Main Street.