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ln hl* foot. Tltet^c weuinileel wero rnnoveel to the Frankforel lluspltnl. Two other In .lurcil wero takon to thelr homei?. Af? ter ronching AUcghcny Avenlto the mr was swllohcd to the noltlibotind trnck by Its crew, nnd thc elnah buck lo thc biirn began. fo vlnlcntly was It drlvcn that before thr crowd rcfillzed thett It wns coming bnck, It had sped pnat tliMn and Into the barn agHln. The shooting of InofTrnslve bystijnder? worked the crowd to a high p'.tch of ??xHtcmcnt, nnel as other cars came down thc strent thc mob procr-oilcd to Wfeck them. in several Instanens Icav Jng only tha trucks on the ralls. About ? dozrn nrrorts were maelc, There wero a. few mlnor outbreaks In tho tlo vn town district late to-nlght. HYDE IS IQEISED Dhysician Indicted for Murder ofj Colonel Swope and Others. Kansas City, Mo., March S.?Dr. B." C. Hyde, charged wlth murder anel at temptcd murder ln the Swope case, was roleased from the county jall to-day after furnlsliing bond in thc asum of 5100.000 His attorney agroed to havo the phy? siclan In court on April II. the tlnle set yesterday for his trial upon the charges eontained in tne recently ro-j turned indictments of nuirdeiiner Col-! onel Thomas 11. Swope, t^olonel Moss | Hunton anel Chrisman Swope, and of havlng poisoned clght .iicinbers _f thc household of Mrs. Logan O. Swopj. I)lvl-lnn of the llonil. The bond was dlvleleel as follows: ln case of Thomas II. Swope, $50,00(1; Chrisman Swope, JoO.000; Hunton, H.O00; eight cases of attempted mur? der. $2,00.1 each. Thc hond is twlco thc slze of tliat ac? cepted from Dr. Hyde when hc was nrrcsted last inonth on the chargo of murder prcferred by John O. Paxton. First elcgrec Murder ls ballable in Missourl in a case ln which tho charge I? hased upon cireumstantlal evldence lf the county prosecutdr nnd the court before whom thc prisoner is arraigried tigrec that tlie clrcumstances warrant the relcase 01' the tlofcndnnt. Dr. Hyde left thc court room in com? pany wlth his attorneys. He tele phoneel his wife and then liurrlod home .Alrs. Hyde had hoen to0 ill to vislti her husband in' jall. and last night when told he must remaln locked up until to-day sho s'afd: "I can endure anything for Clark's sake, for 1 know that he is lnnocent." To-day before thc matter of bond had been scttled Mrs. Hyde sald: "l would he willing to go to jall wlth hlm if it would do any good." IIU-tlllB- Court C1U.-9. Oeorse AVooldrklKC. colored, Indicted for nousehrcaklng, was convicicd or petit Jar ceny In the H-stlngs Court ystcrdav aiul "vas .enlenccd tn nlnety davs in jall Mary Davia. colored, Indlctoel for mullcious wo'indinc waii ncqulUed -.-'h^' iU'vi "?;"' ot c*\artc? White. colored. -?ho. ln his former trlul was sentenced to four years In th- pouitrntlarv r,? a chanrt. ot sclllns eocalnc, was set tor March 11. Belleve He Took Milk. Howard Templcman, colored. was arn-.tct' yestorda.v for steallns milk from a dourwa ln the West End. A hottle or milk -,-a.t found fu his poest-slon. AMUSEMENTS. Ae-nelemj of -Iiisic?Dark. nijou??Tlie l'ntitl AA'cdeling." Strlking Play nnd Kine Compniiv. "The House Next Door" ls bllled as a comedy, anel there is a great deal that is amuslng in it, but it is vory much more than a comotl?v. In a geni of a ourtain spoech after thc second act, ,T. E. Dodson said that the play wa,s not "one of thoso grotesque hor rors?a problem play," but was slmplv an effort to portray a hli of roal life ln dlrect contradi.sUnetion to the buslesquo Jowish character so often and so offenslvely caricatured ou the stage. and. aa lt was presented last nlght by Mr. Dodson and his vcrv exceltVnt company, it was not only a eomedv it was a thoroughly allve anel Inter? estlng drama of modern life, and it was also a vlslbl-i find oudible ser mon, a moral adelrese? a lesson taught ln tho most interc-stiiig manner possi ble?through a well-wrltten, wcll itaged play, presented hy a company vhicli, tor the most part, was com >osed of artfsts, not merely actors. Slr John Col.swold, i'iaronet (.1. K Dodson), has been a spendthrlft all Us llfe, and at ihe tlme the play ipnns. he has nothing left but his iride of blrth and his anciont jaronelcy. Al! tho mortgages on his property? racticaiiy his entlre lnherltahce?are cld by Slr Isaac Jacobson, Knlght, ?Vho llves in "The House Next Door." nd who had begun llfe as a poor boy n the (SIDtCs of Slr John. Tho soii ind daughter of Slr Jsaac are In love. ith the daughter anel son of Slr John. he old aristocrat ls vlolently opposed 1 Intcrmarrlage, as is Sir isaac. News of Manchesler Cr be th -lanrhcstrr Bureau, Tlme.-IMspatch. 1103 lluh Street. At the meeting of tlio Clty Assembly last Ight, prcecding tli. discussion o[ ihe ordl ance on consolidation, tho annual appro irlailon bu-tget was adopted by^twolva voicb o nont. Tho appropriationB lor 1510 amoutit d to $101,1X3.30. Tlio lota] receipts lor tli. seal ytar endlng January 31, I'.im, Including alancu from Ihsi year, were _1QS,1.1.G2. Tlio tttt.ment ol t'no Sinklng Kunri Commls-lou rs for tlio year endlng'Jauuaiy 31. 1010, ia i.l.t.SS. Total riuotas received from clty lor -deini/tion are .3.1-..17. Total Intcrest on onds'held by. commissloners, $1,91.. ln -tmcnl for 1305: Fcbrnary li', puicha.ri or ,000 ii per cent. buildiug boude ut fl'.Ki and itcreet. $1,011.-7; March 11. purchaso ti! $.00 per cent. tlltratlon bonds ai Ob, $t_0, July , purchase ot $4,000 4 per cent. iiliiatiqn .nds at 9S'_. ?_.-40 total, Jj.ltl.67. Total sh balance February 1, less <-asli for re rnntlon of hlgh s.lioo! bonds hcld In gen ral fund, $-_S.CH: bonds hold by commla oners. $44,300, and total hsscIh iu sinklng ind February 1, 1.10. 5t_.__i.0_. Tlie total ndod debt statement o: the clty aniounis i J.17.SO0. Tho bulanco due on shlrt factory _tcs over and abovo notio hold against A. . tjehwanz, purchasi-r of tlio factory, Is 00, ilms iu'.lat u total bonded und i:._i. Salt Rheum omes in itching, bttrning, oozing, drying id scaling patches on the fiice, head, .nds, arms, legs or body, and the itching commonly worsc at night, when it i. mictiiiii.'s almost intolerable. Salt rheum cannot be cured by outward jplications?the blood must bc purified, id the medicine to take is Hood's Sarsaparilla hich has cured this persi.tent jipd t.rtiu esoiric tiiseasc in thousand- of ea.c-s Get Mood'- Saraparilla to-day, ]n tu.'l liquid fornt-or tablcts called rrar-u t; Whai every man needs, or what every man desires, in the line of new Spring hats !s here?from the shiney topper to the plaid cap. Dunlap ? Heath ? Berry and excluslve styles of Stetson. Our "Cushion" shoe isan en ergy bullder. Tlred, achlng feet consume vltal force and make warm days a long, dreary drag. Our "Cushfon" shoe relleves and rests the foot. .. It's a plain, black calf, busi? ness shoe at $5.00. We make shirts to order. Spring book of swatches that will accord with any taste. All exclusive. VSSLVIWM'IUUMM whose prlde of race ls as Intense and llving and lofty ns the Saxon's. At the end. however, the love ,'of the ftlther lor hls children, fostered throUKh the ages, conqtters Slr Isauc, and he consents, nnd, ns tlie "curtaln goes down, Hlr John, who hns lenrncd of the wonderful kindness, the for beurunco nnd gcnerosity of his neigh bor, ret.li7.es how unjust and liard he has been, nnd. wlth falterlng stcp, leaves his house to go to "The Housc Next Door." It is posslble to glve only a brlet -tynopsis nt thls most strnung play: thc tine polnts. tho Intlnlte detall. can only be touched upon. One of the nn.t nn 1 slng scene.. as Dodson played it ln hls masterly fash ion, occurred wlicn, In the helght or liis hatred for hls neighbor, he wan lered around hls room. Flrst, he saw a plcture?Disraeli, one .f England's greaiest men; he pickeu up a book?"Children of tlie Ghetto," by Isruel Zangwlll, fainot/i among aioderns; to desecnd from the subllnie, he 100k up a photograph of u cham plon flghter?liis name was Blunien thal; he took a piece of niusic from the pla.no?lt was Rubinstein. (And. by the way, hc might have chosen a plece of niusic by any of the world's greatest composers, and ln eight cases out ot ten the coinposer would have j beon Jewisli.) lle saw a cablegram to liis son, :i great tenor, offerlng him nn engagetnent?lt was from llamnier stein. that inarvel among impresarlos. And one of the strongcst of the scenes ls thnt in which Hir Isaac, gouded by the tactlessness und am bitlon of his wife, wlio Is nn un pleasing nnd almost impossible char acter, usserts hlmsclf and commands her to obey him?tlie head of the house and of the famlly. It is impossible to say too much of the work of J. E. Dodson. Emlnent chnracter actor as he Is, he far sur pas.ed what those who havo read of hlm for years, but had not scon him, expected. H0 was simply without a fnult. llarsli, crotcliety nnd oranky, ho .was tlie lrasciblo old Englishman to thc very life?narrow and bitter and hard. And, os he feebly started for tho housc of Slr Isaac, thc pathos _f hlm was indescribable. But it is not a one-man play; the Slr Isaac of Frank Losee was as tine a ilt of work as one often sees. He .Mis the powcrful, gentle, proud nnd oving fatlier; he was the kindly nelgh jor, rcmcmbeiing the good dceds of iis eueniy's father to hls father: he vus tlie genlus nt (Inunce; and he was >eyond crltlcism in all these. Herbert .tanding's charncteri.atlon of Walter -.ewis was natural and cffective. and vV. 11. Hams was admirable ln the imall part of, Captain Trevor. Ollve I'ernple, as Ulrtca Cotawold, wns thor itighly s'atisfactry?she ls an unusual y pretty woman and played well. Fan ile Marinoff was winnlng and attrac .Ivd as Estlier Jacobson. playlng an ngenue part delightfully. The other ninor parts were capably rtlled, save hat of Cecll Cutswold, in whlch J. Unlcolm Dunn vvas not altogetlier ileaslng. lf "Thc Servant in tho House" be a ?racticttl upllft to Chrlstianlty, --hen .hls play is a help to toieranco and hc brotherhood of man. XV. D. G. ing dtbt of ?,',1S,0('0. Tho net honeled and lloatintr debt is $17:,"71.96. Quiekwlt and couragc doulitiess saved tho llfo of Mlss I_ouiao AVood, ot thla clty; last L ITlday afternoon. Miss Wood teach.s achool i ln Chc.t.rtlt-lU. Last Frlday aa shu arrlved r< at th.; rallroad atallon sho dlscovered sho was late, aud when eho got on Iho stop to the. coach __._ f?unt__ tho wsllbulc doors closed. Sho held on ilrmly to tha Iron hulidlea, however, until a porter opened the doors and ullowed her to get ln from her dangciou. posltlon. At tho publlahing ot the llardy Annual nt the Woman's Club Monday 'utfornoon "Kad^ and Fashlons" wero woll hnndlcd hy Mrs. JameiB 'W. Durham, of thls clly. Mra. Durham la a member of thc start and dl roeta the woman's page. AVork is expected to be commnncetl short. ly on tho new J1S.O0O proposed hottBe of wor. shlp of tho Clopton .street Haptlst Churoh. A committeo hns already been appointed to procetcd wlth the awurdlng ot tho necessary contract*. Tho new bullding wlll aajolit Ihe present church ut Balnbridso and C'lonton Ktrocts, antl wlll be ronslrticU'd on a lot whleh ls valuecl at about $1.-00. The -tiuc ture wlll bu modorn In every rospact ami wlll be ivf brick. Thn hullding coinmittee la composcd or A. B. Morrlsseiie, t. _j, wll. son, J. II, Kahl, J. AV. Trevllllan, ,1, w* I'lolt, and llev. J. C, Miles, pastor or thu church. Tho condltlon ot Howard Adami, tho young whlte boy. of 1.18 IJalnbridgu Stroet, who had his nnger crushod ln u stayln. machino ln the Juhnstou Paper Dox Munii" faoturing t.'ompany's plant some tlme a_o, is grually improved. News has boen rocotvoi] by reiHtive- here anuouiii'liig- the deulh lu l'lllbburg yester? day or Mra. Mary Tolby, wlfo of J, j). Toi. by. formerly or Mnnch_*ler. The funeral -rrangemimts are not known as yet. The funeial ot Robert James Urlfflu to?u place from tho rusidenco, i.'iT Balnb'rfJ-? Street yesterday mornlug at 11 o'cloelc. Mr Ciriftln was .a member or the Odd-F-llow* of ihla clty. _ deilDBailr.ii of whom atied ns pBll-bcurers. flev, tl. F, Korivsler uuq Htjv J. \V. Haley conducted tho scrvleeu, The intermentyiaa. In^ffljjuj^Cenjotery, . l IS P----ES.I.. H. Gordon Finncy Acccpts Posi? tion as Secretary antl Trcasurer. ROCEEDINGS OF ALDERNIEN /arious Measufes Acted On at Regular Board Meet? ing! *?, Tlmcs-DlBpatch Bureau, 10!) North SycamOre Street, Pctersburg, Va., March S.? The ofllcc of the Chamber of Com icrcc received a telegram this after oon tfrom R. Gordon Finncy, at prcs nt Uving nonr "VVashlnglon, Ti. C, 'hich closcs an ngrcoment between lin and the Chamber of Commerce, rc ultlng in hls employment as sccro iry nnd treasurer of the Chamber f Commerce, to succecd Edwin L. uarlcs, whose rcslgnatlon takes effect pril 1. Tlie board of the chamber eonslder Imt thoy have discharged their ohll atlon to the orgiiiil.nlloii and to the ommiinity witli credit ln having se ured a man whose (iiinlillcatlons so vcll llt hlm for the dtttles of . this lositton. Mr. Finncy ls a Southsido 'irginlan by birth, is well connected n Pctersburg. nnd Is favorably known n tlve community on nccount of liis Iftclent management of tlie Taft re eption here last May. Mr. Flnney ls now located at TVossIyn, Uexutulria county, Vn., where, for ome tlmo past he has beon engnged i tho practlce of low. Ills experlence l thls professlon wlll be a valuable sset In the dlscharge of hls dutics s secretary of tho Pctersburg chnm er; but besides thls hls ofllclal con uiMlun /wlth extenstve exposltlons ke those of Pnris. St. Louis and tniestown hnvo glven hlm a knowl Igo of tho manngement of cxploitlvc iterprlses whlch will add to hls ilue In the Petersburg work. ' Air. Finney Is a young man of a lurmlng personnlity and address nnd ings to the Petersburg fleld in nd tlon to thls n love .or constructlve ork and unliniitcd store of energy. ie announcement. of hls acceptance of o Petersburg positlon is meeting ith corditil fnvor in the community. ltnpldly .iiorcn.xlng _Ieni.crn.ilp. ln c'inncctlon wlth the ahove it may stated tliat wltliin the last few eeks, under lts reorgunlzcd plans, e momborshlp of the Chumber ,of imraerce hns been largely lncrensed, id that it Is a very Ilv0 and Influen il commercial nrganl/.ation. Its pres? ent is T. P. Heatli, who has thrown s whole heart into the work of the dy. The membershlp now embraces 0 or more of the most prominent islncss, manufacturlng and industrial -ms, and every business and profes _>nal man in the clty will soon Join Prcccedluga of Aldernien. The regular meeting of the Board Aldernien was held last evening id concurrence was voted in vnrious easures passed by the Council. These cluded the acceptance of the bld Perklnson __ Finn for paving 6.000 uare yards of tho roadway of North arket Street wlth granlte block, at .47 per siiunre yard; the limltlng the speed to eight miles per hour i the business streets and to twelve lle. on other streets; the annual iproprlation cf 51,500 for the support : the Charlty Tuberculosls Hospital be erected by phllanthroplc citi.ens. id sundry genernl nnd special ap ?opriations. The Board, however, re ised to concur in an ordinance pro Ibiting the rlding of blcycles, tri ,-cles and veloclpedes on all of the dewalks in the clty. A I'lensnnt Occnxlon. The reception in tho Pythian Castle all last night glven by thea two dges of the Knights of Pythms of ie clty In honor of Mrs.' Nellie E. errlan, of Muskogee. Okhu, supremc ilef of the Pythian Sisters of the nlted States. and of Mrs. Rice, of Di-tsmouth, Stato organizcr of tlie .?thian Sisterhood, was a very de jhtful affatr, and several hundred the members of tlie order, wlth oir famines, attended. Interestlng d entertalnlng nddresseB wero de ?crcd by Mrs. Merrian, Mrs. Rice d others, and a teniple of Pythian sterhood was organized. Refrosh _nts were served, and the social ature of the evening was very en vable. * Pcrsniial nnd Otlicrwlse. At the meeting of tho Petersburg nys last night, Sidney F. GIU ten red\hls reslgnation aa flrst lletitenant the company. Robert Gilllam, Jr., cond lieutenant, ;a member of thc >mmon Council, and a well known ung lnwyer. will bo n.romoted to the cant position. The condltion of Polloe Ofllcer Ro rt L. Stcvens. a former sergeant of o corps, is reported to-day aa ex .moly critlcal. Mr. Stcvens has boen bad health for some months. Tho death Is announced. at hls tjome Ralcigh. N. C, of Ludlow S. Bird ng, aged twenty-flve years, .son of \ and Mrs. James O. Blrdsong, for _rly of Petersburg. A llght voto was oast ln. this clty d throughout the district tb-day for iCongrcssman to illl the vacancy _m the Kourth District. Only one me appeared on the tlcket?Robert lrnbull, of Brunswlck county, tho :mocrattc candldate?and, ;he was ^cted. A pctltlon, signed by hctweoii flTty d ono hundred familics Uving wlthln radlus of several mlles of Well's ossing. in Princo George county, has en preseutcd to the authorltlcs of e Norfolk and Western Railway. Iting for tnc tastabllshment of a eight station at New Bohcmla, ln nt county. Mrs. J. XV. Seward and children wlll avo for New Orlenns to-morrow to slt her former home. Jacob Smith, a inerchant for some <ars on Halifax Street, left to-day r Now York to engago ln business. Mr. and MrH. John A. Mallory haVo suod Invltations to tho marrlage of .eir daughter, Cccll Bentrice, to Dr. arlano B. Cabballero, Thursday even g, Maroh 1", at 0 o'clock, at the rosl >nc0i on Wythe Street. NOJnXATKD VOR POSTJIASTER. Arml.lvnd Ejrgbani -Vlns Out In l-'Ight for Ale.vnildriii OfTiee. [Speclal to The Tlmos-Dlspatch.] Alexandrla, A'a., March S.-j. Artnistead Bgborn's nomlnation for postmaster of this ty was to-day ecnt to tho Senute by Pres? ent Taft. Mr. Eggborn wlll, thorofore, bcecd the inoumbent, Thomas Burroughs. r. Kggbiirn is clty chalrman of tho Re ibllcan Citv Commlttee. He Is a natlvo of llpopor county, Va., and waa backed by e Stato organlzatlon. ^or tho past flfteon years ho hns beon a sldont of Alexandrla, bolng connected wlth ? Intorn.l rovonuo oftlco undor Pnrk Ag w, then eolluctor. Kor several years pnst ? has held a position wlth tho Virelnln fo Deposlt nnd Trust Corporafton, thia :y, Besldea Mr. EgRborn. Mr. Burroughs ul Kranlilln T. Bvana were candldate*. i. BUrrouglis hns been connected with. tho cal post.offlce for tho past torty years. a-urrliiKo I-li'L'ii?r?. Marriage licenses were lssued' ln tha ustlngs Court yesterday to James Edward <>bli, oi Campbell county, and Mary Vollna. ay, and to Howard Urback, of I.ewis unty, \v, vn., and Itosallnd Jonnings. B_y Ono "BROMO aUWHa," that to ^axative Bromo* Qranina inreaoCoMin QneD?y, Crlpfn2 Daya 49hA on ?v.ry The Best Is none too good when it comes to buy ing Pianos. Choose with care. The (Jable TNNER-PLP&ER Piano Is here for your inspection. You have but to see it to con clude that you wish for one yourself. No mattef how high your musical standard, the INNER-PLAYER Piano will sat isfy. The price and terms are especially attractive. fjMeVimo P/Hi "HEADQUARTERS EVLRYTrllNfi MUSICAL DISTILLERS CAUGHT ItepiirtM of SllcccNRftil Itnld Ilccelvcil llere- From A'ortli Cnrollnn. - Deputy Colloctors Pool. Downlng antl Holland yesterday roportoel to Revo nuo Agent Chapman thc results of a raltl ncar Sprotit Sprlngs, Harnett county, N. C? In which Grant Pearson nnd Moses Davls. allercel operntors, were arrested, and a thlrd man es caped, Pearson anel Davls were taken to Fayettcvllle, N. C, wherc they wore balled for their appeorance before the United States District Court at Ra? leigh. The stlll. wlth twenty-four fermentera and l.OOo gallons or beer, waa destroyed. Ten gallons of meal inel two bushels of malt w.oro poured on the ground, becauso the colloctors were on horscback, many miles from the noarest railway stntlon. It was near the scene of thls rald that Deputy Marshal Reose was shot by a moon ?hlner, and many ilghts have occur ?ed in th? near nelghhorhood. CHARTERS GRANTED Veir Clinptcr IIou.ic Iiicorporatcd nt I'.lc liui ii n ,1 College. The followlng charters were granted vesterday by thc State Corporatlon .ommlsslon: Rho Chl Chapter House Assoclatlon, noorporated, Kichmond. R. H. Talley, Srnest M. Uing. presldent; .1. Hoage Jlcks. secretary?all ol Richmond. ..apltal stock: None. Objects antl pttr )oses: Llterary soclety, Richmond Col ege. Cablnet rvemellng ?romp'nro-, Tnoor >orated, Alexundrla. Va. J. II. Sen Indevlr. presldent; J. li. Heller, Vlce )resldent; C. B. Guittard. secretarv? tll of AVashlngton. D. C. Capital stock: ilaxlmum, $100,000; mlnimum, $1,000. )bjects and purposes: Mercantilo busi tess. Nortnn Investment Company, Tncor joratcd.. Norton, Va. S. II. Dooley, jresldent; AA'. P. Deah. treasurer: J. R. Jardner, secretary?all of Xorton. Cap tal stock: Ilaxlmum, $25,000; minl num, $500. Objects and purposes: Real sstate business. T. R. Roborts. Incorporated, Lvnch mrg, Va. T. R^ Roberts, presldent; I. R. Ford, treasurer: R. C. Black ord, secretary?all of Lynchburg. Cap tai stock: Maxirnum, $10,000; mlnl num. $3,000. Objects anel purposes: Uercantlle business. Service nt Emiuanucl. Rev. Robert W. Forsyth. rector of St. ?aul's Church, wlll preach at Emman tel Eplscopal Church, Henrlco county, :o-hlght at .7:30 .o'clock. QiialMcutlouN ln Chuncery. The followlng qualiflcations wero cxecutod n tho Chancory Court yesterday mornlng: AV. S. Lockett as adminlstrator for the es ato of rtosa Lee Nunnally. Rosa L. AVells as udmtoi.irauix er th? istato or Sarah J. Marsh. John F. Glenn as adinlnlstrator of tho cs ate or James Ellls Glenn. E. C. Plunkett ns adminlstrator of tho es ate of Samuel T. Scrugga. H. Lewla Brown aa adminlstrator of the istate of Lucy Anno Goran, tho valuo ot vhlch was J1.5C0. All tho othcra wero Xor imall amounts. Mlss Allen In 111. Mlss Josephlne Allen, a studeut at the Voman's College, is l|| in tho Momorlal lospltul. Her condltlon is not serious. OBITUARY '.Alrs. .InnicN AA'. Slinrn, Mrs. Mary Norvell Sharp,' AVifo of raines AV. Sharp. and daughter of tho ato Dr. AA. Leigli Burton, dled thls nornlng at St. Eukc's Hospltal. Sho vas thlrty-nlne years of age. Arrangements for tho funeral tvlll ie made later. Mrs. Mary D, AA'aldcn.v The funeral of .Alrs. Mary D. AValdon, vidow of Poytoti Rnnelolph AValden. ook placo Monday afternoon at Mo-u-, nontaPEpiscppal Church. Tho church vas lllleel with relatives and frlends. thore Avas a profuslon of llowors. Mrs. A'aldon loft tho foiioAvlng chlldren: THE WEATHER LeircenM: A'lrglnla nnd IVorlh Caro l|_a?Jnlr AA'ednewday nud probably riiursdn?, not much cliaiig. In tcm ..c-iitu-C| llglit, v<irln|,le wiuel.. . , -CONDITIONS YESTERDAY^ > A. M. tcmpcraltire. 39 -Iumldlty . -,t Vlnei, aireetlon . ..'.*,*.*.*.'.V.W.'.V.South A'lnd, velotiiv ... ., Veathcr ....'..'.';,',' |,' 1\ \ \';'' ,'Clear . noon temperature . . 57 P. M. temperature..'.,'.'... 61 ilaxlmum temperature up to 5 P. M. . 01 ?Ilnlmum temperature up to 5 P. Al. 33 loan temperature , '?"??'??'? , loan temperature." ' ' "* 4 1 .'ormal temporaturo '..'.".";','. 7.7. 41 Sxoess ln temperature. 3 -xeiess in temperature elnce. March l .,. los .cejiini. excess in : tempofaturo slnco Jaiuiary l. \".\ Sxcoss in rnlntall siiico'March'V, 1.49 .ceum. excess ln ralnfnll slnco January i . lls rft*J?i?-rf0?S lN ""'OHTANT C1TIBS. (At !> I. M., 1-astern Standard Time.) ^!n??-" Thnr' H- T. AVeathor. :lolillc ???. 6fi 74 Clear acksonvillo ... (J2 ~c, t'loar ' Jow Orleans ... 70 so C|0nr, ^i*5i*t . 6- fi? Olear charleston . 5? . ,., cioar \MUo .? fiS 84 CMF V "'?!',.'?. 9? 'r,i Olear^ yiltnlngtein - n. fis ejiear iavnnnah . c. 73 ffi lllUu',s . DO CO Cloar MlMVTliniS AI.MANAO, Sun rl?e? . ? , March 9, 1-10. ' ,''":,';';.". <l:l" Mornlng.... 3:lil Waltop. Rniirlol.l.. Orlon Slnolulr, Imt hollo vlrglnla und llarvo.v Woyniotith Wnldoti. . HIib itlso lcM. two hrothers and onoslatur?ur. John H. Weytnoiitii, nf Elkltm, W. Vn.; F.dgnr J, AVoymouth, of Muticliestpr, niul Itonrletia May Weyinoutli, of thls clty. Sho wnt. ii charter member of tho Daiiglitoi'M of .\ iiIIncc I. Tcctl, [Specl_.ll.i- The Tlnies-Dlspntch.l Marliiiavlllo, Va? Riarch 8.?Wnllnco 1. Tccd, uf Snyre, Pa.i dled nt the the Confodernty nnd Dcgrcc of Po i.nliontns, both socletios belng lanrclv reprosentcd nt thc funeral. K-cyo&h.. Hcn'*y "Vlman 'and Mr HiltTitril K. Fi.tincll. Edward K. For.tielt tlled nt 0:20 A. M. Monday, ln hls ,forty-fourth yenr. lilf .""..^-jy"1 D0 rtoll> fom tho resl? dence, lOOfi P'loyd Avenue, nt n o'clock thls morning. MiisonleaorvlccH wlll he conducted by st. john's Lodge, No. _<5, A F. and A. M. I.c.vU CrlgritH. (Speclal to Thc Tlmes-Ulspateh.] AYadesboro, March S.?Lowls Grlggs, ? of Soutii Wndeshoro, dled yesterday it the liome, ln Gulledgo Townshlp, -f hls son-ln-luw. J. E. A. RatlllT. of iinoumonla; nged about slxty-llvc years. Hls wlfe, flvo daughters and threo .ons survlvo hlm. Thc daughters nre Mrs. I.ntllff, Mrs. Sld Lowery, of Mor ren; Mrs. T. T. 'i'reudaway, of Chernw; Mrs. E. L. iliiiiini, of AVadesboro, and Mrs. Ed Sullivan. of AVnke? Forest. lolin and James Grlggs, of Chnrlotte, ind Clyde Griggs, of the Unlted States Vavy, aro the sons. home iof Mrs. iCasslc IA. Stone on Brown Street, last night. Mr. Teed vns nhotit sixty years old. nnd liad jeen ln bad lienltli for scvernl months. Ie camc to Martinsville last fail.' IIo is stirvived hy liis wlfe nnd three lons. Tlie rcinaln. wlll be tnken lo . Pennsylvania for Interment. \\ illlmui Purcell. [Speclal to The Times-DIspatch. 1 AVinchestor, Va,. March 8_AVilllam ' Purcell. son of I_. v. Purcell, died from ' i. complicatlon cf discascs at the homo | if liis parents, near Wlnchester, thls ifternoon, nged about forty-flve years. J le Ieaves his parents, one brother nnd" wo sisters. .Mr.. AMnfreil s.irrli.v. [Speclal lo The Tlmes-Dlsp-.teh.l Iliirrlsonburg, Vn., March S.?Mrs. tVinfrcd Slieehy, snventy-one years >ld, wlfo of John Shcohy, nnd a na Ive of Irolatld, dled to-day. Icaviug Iirce children?Janifs J. nnd Miss An ile Klieehy and Mrs. AV. C. Rellly?all d Harrisonburg. Sho was n sistor of h,. Into 13. J. Sullivan, former post naster of Harrisonburg. JiiiiieM P. Iliiinliirniil. [Special to Tnc Times-DIspatch. | Bedford Clty. Va.. Mnrch 8.?James ". Bondurant dled at hls home here esterday, sevcnty-slx years old. lle .?as ono of thc few remalnlng veteratiB f tlie Civil War, iiavlng served In ?, C. Jordan's battery through th** our years of conflict. The funeral .111 bc conducted from tlie rcsldence n Wednesday morning, with Rev. C. V. Colller otliclatlng. _lr_. Eiiiinn Atkinson. [Speclal to The Times-Ulspntch. | Staunton, Va, Mnrch S.?Mrs. Emma _tl.i_.son, wldow of Dr. Bcnjamln M. itkinson, dled to-day. aged seventy ino years, leaving two sons and six DEATHS ILAKE?Dled, suddenly, March S, 1010, at hls home. ln King AVilllam county, JOHN CAUHOUN BLAKE. >AAA*SON?The funeral of MISS ELLA C. DAWSON will take place from Ebenezer Baptist Church THIS (AA'ednesday) AFTERNOON at 3 o'clock. 'ENNELL? Died, at 0:20 A. M.. March 7. 1010, EDWARD K. PENNELL. ln hls forty-fourtli year. Funeral WEDNESDAY, ll A. M. from resldence. 190.. Floyd Avenue. Btirial in Hollywood. 'ERGUSSON?Died, at the resldence of her daughter, Mrs. LInda -S. Rieh ardsoh, 811 N. Twonty-slxth Street, Tuesday, March S, 1010, at 3:15 A. M.. MARY EEIZABETII FERGUSSON. in tho soventy-ninth year ot her age. Funernl from tlie above resldence THURSDAY MORNING at 11 o'clock. By request, no flowcrs. ,OUlS?Dled. at S:25 P. M., March S. 1010. at the residenco, 1112 AA'cst Catherine Street, JAMES TAYLOR LOUIS. Funera.' notlco ..later. HARP?Died, at St. Lukc's Hospital. at 2 A. M. Wednesday, MARY NOR A'ELL SHARP, wife of James XV. Sharp, and daughter of tho lato Dr. AV. Lelgh Burton, ln the fortleth yenr of her age. Funeral notlce later. ULLTVAN?Dled, Monday, March 7, at 6:45 A. M? at ho? resldence, 411 North Twenty-sixth Strect. MARY C. SULLFVAN, wife of the late Michacl A. Sullivan. She Ieaves one son, James A. Sullivan. and two daughters, Mrs, Andrew Drcclln and Mrs. G. H. Parater, and one brother, J. AV. Tlerney, to mourn thelr loss. Funeral will take place from St Patrlek's Church WEDNESDAY* MORNING at 10 o'clock. Omlt flowcrs. Vee Sample Aids Old Men Thc sudden change from years of -tivity of both body and mind to the lict of later years causcs tho human ??stom to undergo many ehanges,'chief '. which ls thn digeslivo organa. It becomes hardor and hardor to got ie bowols to movo promptly and regn .rly, and in consoquerice many eldcrly en suffer not only from the baslc ouble, constipation, but from indige.. on, headacho, belching, sour stomach, rowslncss after eatlng nnd similar an syances. It Is flrst of all necossary i keop the. bowols open and thon to me tho digeslivo musclos so as to get lem to agaln do their work naturally. vlolent catliartic or purgativc ls not lly unnecessary but harmful, and .methtng mild will do tho work just i well. After you have got through experl entlng with salts and pilis and ators of varlous klnds, and havo be >me convinced tliat thoy do only tcm irnry good at hest, thon try Dr. Cald ell's Syrup Pepsin. a mild. gentle. easant-tastlng laxatlve tonic tliat ls peclally ndaptcd to tho reciulromcnts ' old people, women and children, nnd _t lt ls effectivo enough for anybody. our druggist, who has handled lt icoessfully for a quarter of a century 111 soll you a bottle for 50 cents or ?l, it lf you want to maiko a test ot lt iforc spendlng any money 'send your imo and address to Dr. Caldwoll and > will gladly send you a sample bottle eo of charge. Thls remedy is rapldly dlsplaclng all hor forms of tnodlcation for tho eure stomach, liver aa.-! bowel trouble, and inlllos liko Mr. O. F, Wlsher's, of ?camoro, III., and Mrs. Carrle Cttllor's, 325 N, Ndtro Damo Street, South oml, Ind., aro now nover without It tho house. They havo tcsted It and now Its grantl valuo to ovory member ' tho famlly. Dr. Caldwoll porsonally- wlll he eascd to glvo you any modlcal ad ce you may deslro fcir yoursolf or inlly pcrtalning to ihe stomach, ,-or or boweis absolutely froo of chat'fvo. splaln your caso In a letter and he ill reply to you in detall. For tho eo samplo sltnply send .your uniiio nnd Idress on a postal card or othorwlse. .r elther raquost tho tloator's nddress Dr. W. Ti. Caldwoll,. 11,527 Culdwoll uUdiftgi.Monttcello, 111, \ Miss Remington Says that she has u s e-d the Remington Typewriter for years and always pre ferred it, but that the new' model io is a revelation to her in new time and labor saving features. It has always been so with every new Reming? ton model. The new visible model, like all its predecessors, offers* a brand new proposjtion to the buyer, something more and better for his money than he has ever before obtained in a writing machine. Remington Typewriter Company (incorporated) 706 East Main Street utghters. She was a sister of Mra. itnes 11. Dooley. of Wchmond. anel ;ts a natlvo ot Lunenburg county, be g a daughter of ])r. Henry May. .Alrn. Mnry K. FerKu?*e>n. Mrs. Mnry Ellzabeth Ferguason dieel 3:16 A. M. yesterday at the rcsl ?nce of her daughter, Mrs. I.lnela K. kharelsnn. Sll Nor'.h Twcnty-slxth root, in the seventy-nlnth year of ?r age. The funeral wlll be from e residence at 11 o'clock to-morrow ornlng. Dr. I'riuik AA", Arln. i ISpe-.cial to Thc Times-Dispatch.) lynchburg, A'a., March 8.?Dr. Frank ', Nelson, until two yeara ago aprom- | ent practlelng physiclan of Bedford ! unty, dled thls morning at his home, ! ?ar Forest, after an illnes.<( of two I ?ars. Heart tllsease was the cause his death. Dr. Nelson was a^ son the lato Thomas lltighes Nelson, nnd ? gradnated ln medlclne at a Phlla-j ilphla school. About twenty-llve' 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 no mistakes wouldbe made. Nature is mute and man, erring man, talks for her. Reiiability in the seller is as important as reiiability in the coal. Atlantic Guaranteed Coal can be de pended upon?so.can the Company selling it. Atlantic States Coal & Coke Co., Rlclunond, Va. The Larger the Bundle the More You Save At Our U Tote Offices Collars and Cuffs._.IMc Shirts..".8c Try us once and compare with other laundries. VIRGINIA LAUNDRY Monroe 833 ''?rt*' V'-t AKE THE START While nearly cvcryone is convinccd of thc value of saving as a protectio for the futuro, or as a mcans to secure the capital needed when business op portunity prcsents itself, too many postponc"lhc prcliminary step?thc start ing of a savings account. But let the start be made and then thc saving becomes a good habit and the habit grows as thc savings accumulatc and great is the later satisfaction. A start is not difficult?a savings account may be begun here with as little as $1.00, on which wc allow 3 per cent. compotind interest. airtors MAIN AND 12th STREETS, RICHMOND, VA. Capital, $300,000.00. Surplus and Prof Its, $1,200,000.00 THIS COUPON OUf MARCH 9, 1910. NOTICE.--?A complete set consists of 30,cou? pons of consecutive dates, only one coupon oi each. date will be accepted in each set. You canbegin saving on any date, just so they are of consecutive dates from the day you start,' '.??.*? ycnr.s ngo he marrled n Mlss Hoblltzel, of Baltlmore, wb.0. wlth three chlldren, survlves. Thc KtirvlvitiK chlldren aro I'. Pagf; Nelson, of Forest: Mlss Marlon X. Nelson, who llves nt home, nnd Bruce Nelson, a studont at tho Randolph-Ma con Academy. at Bedford Clty. lie wns one of thlrteen chlldren, of whom there aro survlvlng now Charles K. Nelson, of Pedfonl county; Jlrs. Pago Dabney, of Meelia, Pn., and Clelanel K. Nelson. of Lynchburg. Dr. Nelson was for many years a prominent member of Ht. Stephen'H Eplscopal Church. Mr?. .Mary C. Sullivan. Mrs. Mary <\ .Sullivan. wlfe; of 1I10 late Mlchael A. .Sullivan. dled at r,:i:, A. M. Monday. at lier resldcnce. ui North Twenty-tivth Street. She leaves one son. James A. Sullivan, anel two flaughters, Mra. Andrew Dreclin and Mr?. O. II. Parater. and one brother, I. W. Tlerney. It The funeral wlll take placo from Sr, Patrlck'n Church ttv 10 /clock thls inor>ilng.