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Curing Catarrh ither doctors and othcr treauneni %?t$? me "t" onee'and lcarn how t !m be cured, absolutely and porma ??cit&rh ls more lu_n an annoying. ?lUgustlng. lonthsomc.. trouWo--lt s .1 terrlbly dangerous ?no. ?? cativ''?"1,",, torernnner of Consumptlon. Jj.W?"^ ^?,^e^^T_ke,,ir1.rn.ndr^W^ ?1T^_U 'you, just ^llSn yoi.rcase; cnlircly without cost. am - MEDICAL ADVICE FREE Without your pay Ing out a penny. wlll dlasrno-e your trouble nnd _eni ?ou thc most rclia.ble and hclpful ln -tniction. Don't lose this ehnnce tr -ot r I of Catarrh. Answor thc ques Sotis ves or ?o. write your nnme nn< ,dd.W un the dottcd llnes. nnd rnal the Pree Coupon to Cntarrh Spcolnlli.. sproiile.ns Tradc Biilldlng. Ho.ton,, FIU31- MEDICAI- ADVICE COUPON ls your breath foul? Do you tako cold easily? ls your nose stopped up? r>o vou havo to splt often? boc's your mouth taste bad morn Donyou have a dull fcellng in your Ig th'cre a tickllng sensatlon in your throat? ? , ,, Do you have nn tinpleasant dis chnrge from thc nose? Does the mucus drojp into your throat from thc nose? ?*AMK. ADDP-KSS . WILL S/'l-AK IX WASHINGTOX. Former Governor Glcnn to Dellvcp Ad dress Oil "Tcnincri-licc." [Special to Thc Times-DIspatch.] Winston-Salem, N. C. March S. Kormor Governor R. B. Glenn, wh is at home for a few days, wlll spoa ln Washington clty on "Temperance on March 15. Tho princlpal thoni wlll be a pvotost against shippln liquor into drv States, there now beln n blll before the Hou.sc relatlve t this matter. All of the Senators an members ot the House Represent: tlves have been Invltcd to attend. Tl follov.-ing week Mr. Glenn will wor ln New York State. and on the 20t of March ho wlll speak at Carneg lluAl, New York Clty. VICTOBY FOH TI1CKBXS. New Trlnl Cirtint-t. Vlrtslnla Mnn I'eilernl Judge lu Alnliniun. [Special to The Tlntfi.-Dlspatch.l Moblle, Ala., March ...?ludge 11. Toulmin, of the Unlted Statca Dtst Court. in a lengthy opinlon to-day the Unlted States District Court, asido the vcrdlct of n few days ; flndtngr Charles C. Dlckens, formi of Houston. Va., guilty of a conc ment of certaln Moblle county provement bonds from hls trustcc bankruptcy, nnd grantod hlm n i trlal. This recorded another vici for Dlckens, tho man of many lltl tions. and atlda another chaptor .the story of hls adnilulstratiim of falrs of the estate of his dead brntl lt requlred an hour and a half present the opinlon. ? ?" ? Hcnrlug AgaliiHt Kvprcv. Ciinijinu; rSpeclal to The Times-DIspatch.] Staunton. Va., March S.?Adams 1 press Company refuses to dcll packages in Staunton's annexed t rltory. At the instance of city c cials, a representatlve of tlio St Corporation Commlsslon Is hero day investigatlng to see whether ls practlcable or advisable to reqi the company lo make delivery ln new parts '?._ tlie.,_ilty. Antt-TuherCulo.-ds ExhlliH. [Speclal to Thc Times-DIspatch.1 Staunton, Va., March S.?Tho ai tuhen.nlo.i_ cxiiibit. belonglng to StHtc Board of Health, which been on display in Lynchburg for past month. has reached Staunton, will be shown here for some time, der the directlon of the local A Tuberculosis League. Don't Blame Your Stoma When WUIiout Kxertio-t Or Co.t Cau Kujoy Meat* Aud Curc Dyspeii-ln. A Trlal Pncknge of StuartV Dysp Tnblets. Sent irrec. Don't blame your stomach or luck when your meals declare, w your system. When the stomach won't do its lt ls because lt cannot. When foul smclling odors come your stomach, when the head nnd tho sournesK.ot mouth every ing makes you hate your brea when dreams and nighlniarcs you. don't glve up thc liglit. This is thc appeal of nature, ?hould be heard. Overcating, late suppers. ehewed food. too rich pastries ai derdone cooking aro somo o causes of thc stomnch's ill healtl When the stomach Is busy it r ?nd churns all tho liquid mattct food, and wlth its juices dlssolvc Uquid form or pulp cverythlng comes into it. If such food bo pol.sonous it the juices. aitacks the stomach Into the Ulood and weakens the ?ystcm. Stuart*. Dyspepsia Tablets w gest a full nieal easily without rlai a_-i.tr.nc- from the stomach, wlll rcstocl- Uic gastric iluid w tho elements needed. They bu the blood. destroy' sour tasti breath, bclchlng. stomach nnd trouble and quickly rcstoro i eoridltiotis. Ono grain of Stiinvt's l.yspepsl lets wlll digc^t a.000 gralus of ? the stomach or ln a glasss vial \ ?.ld of tbe liumau dige.stlvo upp , Thc ineihod of Stuart's T-y i Tablcts nre thc rnothods of Nat Thoy contain evory reqtilslte 1 -tomacli and dlgcsilon. After C one. of these llttle tablets when i. ters tho stomach nilngles wi i, Juices, nttiic-y the. food and dlt ?n It removes tlie fenuented and i Pinasa, lylng Htagnat'A there, au tho stomach nt once. lt is .vholly a questlon for ?olve. Your drugglBt wlll furnl arfs Dyspepsia Tablets DOo t H or send us your name aud uddr - we will send you a trial paekti J Address F. A, Stuart Co., 150 li Bldg.. Mar.liall. Mich. ?: HOUSE (Contlnued from Page 3.)_'a Xx^mTyttA tinal-lc to attend thc scs Pl?Tlie blll codifylng tlio WbWJ. flrti clam nnd crab laws of the b a|? _??*.?? nmended ns agreed on hy all ??">" and passc.l. The ''mondments. conenr red In by Commissloner W.<??????? l,re, were presented by-Mr. 'Evana. tn patron. Mr. Itcw ngreelng. _?__,??? Mr. Koyscr secured the advnncemcnt to Its thlrd reading ot the ?en<?* blll provlellner a new Law antl Cmaii cory Court of the city of Honnoke. TroIley Blll Pii?*ed. Next came the Throckmorton blll re nttlrlng rallroads and trollcy llnes which use publlc roads to grade a road on the Pldc of the track to glM us good facilities for travel as bt foro The patron, Mr. THroekmorton, cxplalncd thnt street car llnes .are run rrom clties over country roaos anel take up a large part or the ro;ui wav. Tho Illchmond and ChcsapcaKe Ba'v Hnllroad had bought un stock of "the Brook Turnplke und used thc rond for four mlles. ?'-___ Amendmenls were ofrerea bi Mesers. llarwood nnd Williams. of ulles. to nllow loe-nl auUioclties to goycrn the 1 tvldth or the roads to be buiit. Tho I were nprrocd lo. , Mr. Hnrwood then offered nn amonu ment so tliat tho bill would not affcrt exlatlhg contract.. Mr. Throckmorton i Objected because the rlghts of tho I roael ln nuestton are In lltlcatlon. nnd I lf the amendment were carrled thc county woulel lose. whlle lf the rall? road has vestetl rlghts. the bill can? not dlsturb th.cm. Thls amendmeni wns .lost bv a vote of 26 to 3... ane. tne blll went to Its engrossment. Pnyment of Wdkm. Mr. Casev secured the considcratloi out of Its order of thc blll requlrlni the paytnent of salarles at least twic a month. He sald thls measure va asked for bv many worklng neopi who belleved they could buy the ne cessarles of llfo to better advnntage i they recolved thelr pay oftener. Mr. Deal offered an amendment e* emptlnK cmoloyoS of lognring rallroae. anelcnmps, which ho sald ar6 ofte far from banks. Mr. Pitts oropose to c.xempl men w'orklng on th? cor structlon of rallroads, where pay da often means an Intoxlcated force. Bot Atncndmonts wcre> adopted, and th blll went to Its enerrossmont A resolutlon was offered by Mr. Dot llmltlng speechos to flve minutes. M Cox pj-otostod ajralnut a' gasr ruh Thore aro Important bllls which. car not bo cxplalned ln that tlmo. Afte the Richmond man dtatl addueted surtcs of reasons agalnst tho resolt: tion, antl was proccedlng to expotm tho doctrlne of freo Bpeech, Mr. Det wlthdrow his proposltlon. Mr. Houston trled to get consldero tlem of the bill deslgned to clear th titles of renl estate from elclineiuor lands antl levlcs. Mr. Whlte ob.lectet llc said thln measure woulel cost th Comtnoriwealth $50,000 each year. slne 11 Incroases the amount recolved ii clerks for Ilstlng dellnquent lots. -I Houston snid that it is demandeel r. peonU- who know the value of clcai ing titles. By a tlo voto?26 to 26?tl Houso refused lo take the blll ud ot of Its order. Llinc Blll Taken Up. An earnewt rcquest was made l Mr. West, of Bedford, that the How consider tho ngrlcultural limc blll. 1 sald lt was a farmers' measure. Mr. .Johnston, ot Montgomery. a not want the blll to be .taken up. was not, In his oplnlon. "worth a bl bean " Thero was. ln fact, nothing lt Thc $20,000 approprlatlon wou not start a rock quarry. he sald. The House agreed to take tho o up; it was engrossed, the constltutio al readlngs dlspensed wlth, and t blll put on Its final .pa-^age. Mr. Deal opposed lt, because it c. rled tho npproprlatlon. He llelfc". ti motlon by Mr. Whlto to pass tho t iby until to-day. The latter sald tl thc Flnance Committee. had refuf to report it. the members had not sc U and that. so tar as bo could lca lt was paternallsm run riot. The motlon to pass by was los 38 to 45. Mr. Deal spoUo agalnst the passn There appearcd to bc a large def yet thero was the same old ery to ( tlie fnrmer sometlilng. Ilo waf farmer, and would be entltleel ti sharo ln whatever benefit would crue. But ho woulel not vote for blll, even though hc belleved It golng to pass. Toe> Mucli Speed. Mr Pendlcton questloned the c stltutlonality of tho v.'hole proce ing. Hc thought the bill was pr erlv on Us ilrst reading. The coni enitlon wns too hurrled. He would vote, hc sald. bllndly. Ho proposec have an opportunlty to know what was votlng for. Mr. Pcndleton s tention was called by Mr. Page to facts that the blll had been prln tliat the papers had beon full of and that tbe farmers and the llmo v plo had been before the commi many tlmes. Mr. Fltzhugh made an earnest spe for the blll. lie wanted to know ' lt was, when the farmers come up. ask for anything. they are met i opposition because of thc approi tlon. He asked the Houso to glvo farmers what they want. The cou e-.omes to the. rescuo when' the .. ueeds money, aUdShlSber taxes, levled to sitve the day. Ho thcrng no more than falr that t11^.*";1, ot tho State should be glven thls i est amount. . . , . . ?,,? Mr. B-oberts spoke of thc alftet In fertlllty between llmt'tono other land. He Pa"\?j^all^v?t "When wo ask for bread. \uu not glve us even a 8?>n?:|m Tho farmer pays, about half o taxes and gcts only a trlf-C.Ir opitrion of Mr. ? Yarrell. Ue_ mac Ingcnlous argument to tho enet-t 1 f thls blll had come. without oi f-huon from -he llmo manufacture Lfl would probably havo thou.ht H nractlcable. But slnco they had i ferstCcd -ucb earnest opposition Vou vas probably ?0"le.thlnp, '".IL At the ilrst blush. Mr. .lobnsi ir on proprlatlon ho for one woulel \o ,t-In a- few words. Mr. bove rer tho members that the ftt.rmers.. clty nttendlng a meetlng had cc the Capltol and asked mr the ot* the members for thls biu. Mr. Lewls maelc tho point t this measure is enuctetl. and thc crn get tho result they hopo am lldently expect, ta.xable values \ largely increased. Remarkable Proceertlug, Tn his cxperlonco of thveo Mr. Williams, of -.Olles, ha-W-,lb never wltnossed a PWcoodlnS'll nresent It seomcel to be tho of the patrons to secure action blll before thc members had chanco to see lt. Thoro were tw to thls proposltlon. It was projv tako not only $20,000. but also convlcts that were? wanted. oi State would pay tor lt all. thoorv of tho blll wcto corr wnulei-hring convlct labor inte petitlon wlth free labor. , Tho $20,000 approprlatlon liardly V.egln operatlons. Tho schomb looked to him absolutel nosterous. Thore was no pos: of sunplylng thc faviners ot nft> Hen wlth Hme, taking from ono tons to tbe aore, from a $.0,000 it would not atipply threo counti his hejme county thoro wns cern which was duinnlng agrlt llmo Into Now lUvcr to Ket ii and wouid glvo lt to any or wtnild carry lt away. lt was tl linpraelical question ho had ev presented to tbo Virginia L-egl Ilo enteretl a protest agalnst fort to pass the blll without the inenibei's tlmo to look into Mr. Wllson was surprlsed t iho objectjou- to tho farmers this smti-U/ approprlatlon. "-'ho.y to bo a-Uowetl tt. havo 11 to i start thls proposltlon they wcr ing to take up. Incr-ineea Cronx. HNperlmental uhq of llino 1 onstrallon work has treinendot vor er m ato to it Iro thc work from aches morn kfnst. assall ind it iioorly id un f tho rosses from s into which effects , goes entiro 111 ell niatc Thoy ith all lltl up i, huel bo?'el uttural rt Tab ood tn ,'lthout aratus, ipepsla ure. ,'or the a meal lt on h the ests It. lecayed. 1 eases you to sh Rtu. io bo.\. and fre ... 7 -...<? onsiraiton >vur?\ u>i? ii-umunuui io tree. (,r?>_jjod tho vlold of crops Htuurt tust furms In his sectlon, sa llCwl'iie. .-TIiIk pro.vio-ltlpn may THE HERPES COMES OUT n Plnce Kvery Wlnter. The herpes very frequently shows Itsolf only in the wlnter tlme nnd in identlcally the same spot every vear. When it comes out. a llttle poslam should be at or.ee npplled. nnd hla annoylng skln nffecttoi. wlUouKk. ly vnnlsh. Posiani is ihe new skln remedy whlch has cured thou.ands <M the worst eosca of eeaenm and ?**??? cnted fnelal and other dl_n_ur-..uMi . of yenr.' standlng. The -errlble ltah ing attcndlng cO-tcmtl ls stopped wtth the flrst appllcatl^n- KiV-WS P***" *f Its cur.llve propertle-s at the very ""ilflcss scrious BklU af.c.Mons. sueh ns ptmple.. rash. herpe.. MiitR-.e*??. ncne. barber".- Uch, ttcC rcsuUs shbW after an overnight wppHtajlton, ^3-ly a small quantity bclns .cui.tr.-.- lo Wjcl a curc. Tho.e who ?sp poSIMtj t.t the.e mlnor -.Kin tTouWe^sheMha-vm* mediately secure one of th* .y>c-...w . f> cent pnoKnse.-! reeei-tty M-OpMsS -o m.-t such needs. l.oit. tlie :?>'- .?er,'. P?* **-M 1 and the re_n_L.r .: .ar .?_.-_- h. .->..! sinei. I at Tragle's nnd other Ir.-i.nK --tnfi I store.. I Sample. for exj-^rirnemal p.?rs..w__ may bc had free ol vhsrgo hy wrron'C dlrcct to the- Kmerj-taiej. l.vrs.M-.f.. I ,-.2 West Twent.-iifth Stroot, New Vork City. The Army oT Constipation Is Grotrin* Sa-alW Etwj__D?_. . CAJFtTER'S UTTLE LIVER PILLS t? t-.po_.3_l-?they 1 only ctte ._-i_-? they pct_ni_-___l_y cure C?Ht_p_K ' ii.-. M_ licms ute them for Bli-_M- - - - _ - _.. ???_, ___*_-_??, Sek UtAel*. Sti-w Skm. SHALL rOL, SMALL DOSE, fJUU. PWCE Oenulno must bear eignature. complish much, but It wlll at lens wako tho farmors un to tho use 0 llmc. Tfl'e appropriation was too small, bu It would allow a start. He askeel evor farmer on tho- lloor to vote ror th blll. The pcoplo wero asking for 1 and thoy could put tho rosponsiblllt on tho public. The practlcal results of the uso c llme were tllacussed by Mr. Clemcn lio reltorated the statement that th farmers want thia blll. Thls dlscusslop had doveloped moi orators than a_y other matter pre sented. ln the opinlon of Mr. H.arwooi Ho would vote for thc blll because tl farmors asked for lt. Mr. Oliver followed wlth a fe words along tho samo line. Several motlons to adjourn durin the discusslon wero lost. Upon tlie llnal votc the blll Wi passed by a vote of 59 to 15. Mr Stebblns called up the Soul Boston dlsponsary blll, as amendt and Indorsed by the cntlre delegatlc from Halifax county. lt was paase Mr West, of Xansemond, -secun conslderatlon out of ita order of h bill ieavlngr tho dog la.w optlonal wi' the boarda of suporvisors. Before 1 could got further wlth it tho Hou I adjourned. _. igc. ieiti ;lvo :on 2ed op sld not l to . he at the led, it, >eo ttee .ech why and ivith iria the ntry >tatc are ht lt mers moa Here and There tn ihe Legtslaturt Leo A. Uonit. Speaker of the Hoi of Pages, -was the happy rociplent y terday of a handsome present fn liis fellow-pnges. It conslsted of combination set composcd ot cuff b tons and scarfpln. approprlately < graved. Thls ambitlous young- stat inan ls n favorito not only wlth members of tho Houso. but among fellows. It is said that the prcsentaUon a sllver servlce to Senator Ivees yesterday by hls colleagues and ofneers of tho Senate ls without p cedent withln memory of t??se. lt position to know. Tho- servlce is of extiulslte wrfrkmanshlp and was lected wlth much care by tho ct mlttee. The Kdmondson blll, fixing hours or labor for women and c dren, was to havo been consldercd the Senate Committeo on Genoral I* last night. but the sosslon was p potied. Tho blll wlll probably pass. Robert Ward Jones. brlght dutlful, ono of tho Rlchmond boys are pages in tho Scnato, wears of the Anti-Saloon League butt He says ho is going to replace it ? .a Rosowoll Pago button, for he th lo an tnat the Hanover coinmoner 13 that man l0 succeed Governor Mann. iposl ?ence and _kcd't you C the the rs hc t im manl there an. of galnst b tlie mlnd. taxn tls for 11 ap tc for ninded In thc mie to votes hat lt farni rl cpn vlll bo Tho Love blll. requlrlng dls school superintendonta to be v and rosidents in the dlstrlcts in v they serve, was handed an unfi able report by tho Senato Conur on Courts of Justlce yesterday. ] gnto Love foujght for tho chlld o brain, and Superlntondent of Publi structiou lilggleston opposod. An unusual helght of eloctuoncc attalned by Senator Folkes yosti in his speech presenting the sllvot vlce to Sonator Keezell, and he the subject of much congratul upon hls effort. In fact. tho j Senator from the clty of Wllliam Richard E.) Birrd, can coramwi whole scalo of oratory, from pl invectlve to irresistible pathos. terms, 3 said, kc tho effort 011 tho had a 0 aldes osed to all tho nd thn lf tho ect, lt 1 com would whole y nre slliility ' coun? to fifty nliint. Ics. In a con ?ulturnl 1 of lt. ie who 10 niosl er seen slauire. the ef Klvlng it. 0 liear getting ? ought Lt loaat c wluh n dom asly tn? at tho Id . IMr. not a? To-nlght tho Sonat? wlll pro be ln sesslon for tho first tlme dark. Scotfs Ernulsion will lasl year-old baby nearly a monl and four bottles over thr months. Given in small do. four times a day will lay the foundation foi healthy,robustchild. Itne^ fails to make the cheeks ro the flesh solid and the boi all wunaajsmi H.__ lOo., iin- ot o-por ?nd thi, bo.utitul SuTlniw llunlc nn'l Oh! l)oo_. l'._oh-?nkoon_ili-?_-l?>-il TT & BOVtT^E, 409 Pewl St? 1 SiEEPIIE CUT IN BDID FUND Afipropriation Bills of Senate and House Are Scalcd to Lowest Ebb. DISAGREE ON MANY ,TEMS Ampic ProviSion ls Made for tlJghtr tnstitutions of 1 carning. ssnVtr*.?.:i.vi t.oio .-if rv.c t VAp.-il-lwl yi-.M J?f -.-iVP . Vftl Tim fld.lttlon, ls the ltey i-n*.r?l rtpproprlntlon bllls --vjwv li> the t'enernl A_? io s ?r-'s"clcs and aetlv ?SftfBTtwnvrenUli nre sub |fl6T*M<> roelttrtlons, whtle ,-'.; -(tnproprlatldna nre ln f. s*a*?o blll and conv .,? -i lh? Houso blll, and itiwi ?->:: tire j<v1 p.l ; ,?> .???? I ?twftc ?hJpeSri ?clude-d i't '< ?pV-'tfly .??Toit V"lA Swt*A*TfiM>ey aid for the improvc -ricv v.f wabllc voAds, thc largost cut ls ~,''ae 1,fi'i wssslon the approprlatlon iy-s^'" v.Vj'l-f. ....-; thls year the Sen !;"avm rolu-ri XX for 1911 to $160,000. wbWts Wrti Hott'se h?1 would lower it to **to* *j*lM-> of the- Adjutnnt-Ooneral ? IneWksS! to $S,*0fl in tho Senate blll, ?_,vjin -' ?;.;r House it remalns ns nt '"^' .' ?~,.f.c.*.}?-.i0e?. *^^r_tec to tho House blll, ihe i ? v"~7i nV',.f the Commonwaa.lth wr'll l"-'.v ??' his satfary of $2,S0n per year, !,';?'.,?.' - '; '?,',-' from pub.lc.'ttio^s. I ?*!<_? iwm about S1.000 extra p-r v?r 1, the Senate bill ho gets both. h'o Oommssionor of SttKc Hospltals would cet or.lv $1,000. acswalni. to tV_ Hou?* fis??: ti,e ?$*"? ^V^'tVoo hlm keen his present stipend?$2,001. sll_H? Of U?e clerk! of thc Court ot Ap i^-sSJferfrs& ??! ?owi',Ktthe1?c_eonly. Tho Sonate blll m Slrlklni: OmlMliffls, And boro nro somo ot tho omlsslons that |8rAn8trad.ltlonBl" clerk to the Audltor' of t.,,i,V \ceotmts ls provldod hy tho Sonato W HeIMo havo charge ot the eolleetlon '' "Vr_nehl?. taxes ?nd rcglslratlon ttea at a /alary oMMOO. In tho Houso blll ho ls n0ForntChol^pdcnseg of opcratln* and rcpalr. ing the clectrlc chair nt tho pcnltentlary tho Senate would isivo $1,500 per yoar. but tho Houso leaves this out. lloir cholcra serum. nmountlng to $3,000. ls provfded for tho Senate blU. but not ln thBa_2r^oVh_--Utt?l. and e_ponse, nece-. f ?. ff??? to $<! CW untlcr tho Sonate S.o?/.UhPno?tho6'Hou8o wrlte. notbln. 1,Wr%cSrSeLincntUof.a^b-to.COO 1, appro _ri-ted te' th" Senate blll, but "thc Houso that Wlt the hou-o that. Cicorgo Latham ^fjnf.rcrwhlc'h8 tt'Ho^e'Vl-ls over the th0on|on_To ls thnt for the cont ngent;?. ono se )in ?^TfVc^.??Wc,_,ny..&B.whig gct8 $17,000 in tbo former antl .516,000 ln tho laThe" amotfnt- appropriateel for the State hospltals tor the Insano aro. ln toto-vEant, Jrn, $ll5.4a: Wcatern llW-OoMO: bouthae.t ^or^elopS^ mfvUnla State EVlZT LT&X V,rBm,a $10,* Vlnrlnla School tor Colored Ucaf, Dum. anel Blind. $20,004 InMllutlonii or Learnlng. Instltutlons ot learnlng came next. Tlie Medlcal College of Virginia leaus off wlth ""tIio Stato Femalo Norroal School. $$3j700; State Normal and lndustrlal School for Wo rn?n at lUrrlnonbur.. *C5.000i State Normal Md lndustrlal School .tFrcdwlck.ta.rg. 150.000; Univorslty of Vlrgln a,.$)-.??? V^ r ttnlT Mllltary Instlttite. $40,000^ Virginia Iclool tor tho Deof and Bllnd._$0T,OI5; Vlr elnU Polylochnlc In.tltute. $60,750; Virginia Normal antl lndustrlal instltute. $:0.000; Wll? llam and Mnry. $iO,000. "c-nnlSomblo lncrea.cn are contemplatoel ln tho 1912 approprlatlon ulong tha Uno ot educational nnd clecmosynaty instltutlon*. Thi, awumptlon the.c second year flBuro. aro bnsed on is that more 'c.vonues wlll then be rcceived by the State: Thla Is n stanccd by tho followlng ostimatcs which can bo compared wlth thoso B^onytor.J.m: ? Medfcal College of Virginia.. $5,000; .Stato Femalo Normal School at Farmville, W.<W>. Stato Normal nnd lndustrlal School for women utllarrlsonburff. jCw.OOO; Stato Nor, m_l and lndustrlal school for Women at WrVderlchaburB. $?,00O; Unlverslty ot Mr nlnla? *83.0Ml Virginia Mllltary Instltuto. M.t?0' V rgl "la School for the Dcaf and Bllfel Sr.1 So; Virginia Folytechnlc Insti ?;?; Vtrglida Normal and lndustrlal inst tuto, $20,C?0; Wllllam nnd Mary. $63,000. For tho estabilr.hme.it *t thc State Nor? mal and industrinl School for Whlte "Vvo mort at nadford $K,O0O ls appropriateel. but lt ls not availablo until January, 131 hll by OBt not L, F.. BILL IEJE.TE. antl ^i\o I Senate Committees Report Un ons with Inks tho itrlct oters ;hlch ivor ilttco Delc f hla e Ia ? was arday ? ser was ation unior (not 1 the tlless bablv tifter f a sy, eteh mny. favorably, as Prejudicial to State's Interests. ABltation along the llne ot a mersei in tho matter ot tho Richmond, Frcel erlcksburp; and Potomao Rallway. re ccived a death blow last night at thi hands of the Senato Committees oi Financo anel Courts o? Justice. Afte Ustenlng to c-onvinclngr appeals b; Attorney-General Williams. Stat Treasurer Harman. Sceond Audlto Dew nnd Judge Holllday. tho Senat Flnance Committeo unfavorably X'e porteel the House blll seeking to ei fect a merger. ' \,?*,-,? Delegate rtosowoll Page a-P.pearo for thu blll, malntaining. that lt eot talncd a proper solutlon of tne que.. Attorncy-fJonoral WllUams -. pr? nounccd thc blll "iconoclastlo ln ? t character, anel strlking dow," ev,ll policy of tho Stato in regard toan road." The asset was ono whlcn ti slnkhiK fund commlssloners m handled wlth gveat proflt.to tho t-tat and ha thought lt -a wrottg pollcy change- tlie managomont of lt. It was tho settlod policy of. tho hta ho thought. that before a mergor coti be achloved. it would have to be pass upon by tbo Stato Covporutlon Ooi misslou. und flnally by tho Gen01 Assembly. Under tho pytuilng biu tn woulel not bo posslble "M'liv such luts'o now?" ho aske "Tho ilieorv of that road that th have a rlght to o-<_nm'.lon from tti> tlon. In my oplnlon. \% a myth. t-t-t vvtit tiiilll tliat (lUfslion i? passod up by tho Court of Apir.nls. Instead i,r*_'.idlclnB tho C-t.atei's interests prorocttliiR- now, .''i cnn ,Beo no go e-on-inig t>? tho Stato irom thls b Tlio best thlng lo do Ut t.o do wothlni Mbssrs. Dew. Harn.nn und llolllel epnko nlonc tho saiiw H?os. Polntl nut tho great valno of tho roael as ns-sot, estlmatlng l? "? worth fu JiMiOU.Odfi, and even mcro lu tne tui'o. They tliouttlu a rmaalyo attlt vas tlie bost tho StulO/.cqulcl adopt SlnU? Smirciue Court. Proi-L'otlings of tbo Supremo Court Appeals of Virginia: " ? .. Adamson's admlnlHtrator vs. Norr and Poi'tsmouth Tra#lon Compa Arguod by XX. Randolpb Tllolts, plaintlff tn orror, und AV. H. Vono antl Kppa Hunton, for defendant Ciror, tind submltted. Potomac, FrodorlckHluirg and 11 mont llnllrouil Company vs. Chlohoa itdininlsiratur.. Argued by .St, GeQ R. Vit'-luigh, for plalutlf. in eivor, i HAND THIS IN TO-DAY We'll deliver a fine Piano to your home before nightfall free. No money down. Pay balance at consolidation sale price, $1.50 weekly. GOOD FOR AS FIRST PAYMENT ON ANY PIANO at Ckinsolidatlon Salo Prices If presented on or beforo March 12,1910. THI. CRAFTS PIANO CO. RAMbS PIANO CO. i Tlmes-Dispatch. ! Act Quickly! Any Day May $] See the End of CRAFTS-RAMOS Consolidation and Advertising Test. \ No mittcr how much or little you wish to invest in a good Piano, vou can-H o d to "Ws this opportunity We'vc stated in a straight fron,-hc-snoulder. busincsslikc manner of the fix were in. and that nrire. and terms have been drastically reduccd-yes, lower than they gerWere bSore The result is the.greatcst se ling record ever known. You must act quickly now. ' Come in, see and judge for youradf. Re \ Pay $1.50 Weekly Pay $7.00 Month Remember, ouickest action is necessary- DroP in to-day or this evening and satisfy yoursclf that this event is cxactly wlTat we claim-the greatest Piano opportunity of a decade._-, STORES OPEN EVENINGS THE CRAFTS PIANO CO., Inc, Fifth and Grace Sis. RAMOS PIANO CO., 214 N. Fiftb, Near Broad STORES OPEN EVENINGS E. H. DeJarnett, Jr.. for defendant in error, and continued. Next cases to hc called: Spillins vs. llutche-on, Imperial Company vs. Trotman, Norfolk and Portsmouth traction Company vs. Daily's adminl-trator, Hargrave s ad? minlstrator vs. Shaw Land and Timber Company. Nixdorff vs. Blount et als.. Clty of Richmond vs. Gentry, "vVllliama VF.'c.recn, Pollard & Haw vs American Stone Company, Incorporated, and Worley vs. Adams,1 being Nos. G6 to (',_, 71, 73 to 7G, incluslve. on argument docHet. IsThatBoyof Yours Late? Does he fail to meet his crfgage mcnts around the home? Does he disappoint you on occa sions when promptness scems neces? sary? Does hc sccm indifferent about these things? Then do not condemn. him or lower him with a load of censure. Hc probably needs a Watch. Buy .him one, and then see him meet his appointments on time. We sell Howard, Elgin, Wal tham, B. W. Raymond and other makes, and stand back of them. Prices right. J, T. Allen & Co., FoUr.tccnth and Maln Streets, 'Rlchmond, .Va., Wm. E. Tanner. Jno. F. Tanner. Tanner Paint and Oil Co., Oldest and Largest. Paint Manufacturers in the South. Telophoncs Madlson 399 and 1797, 1419 ?. Main Strect. Look for the Yellow Barrelt FIRST INSTITUTE TRffl GOES TQ-DftY _ Farmers Between This City and West Point Will Bc Visited. The nrst of the farmers' Institute tralna to be run thls sprlng by thc State Department of Agrtculturo wil leave tho Southern Railway Statlon ai S o'clock this morning, and wlll mak< two stops beforo reachlng West Polnt The country between the two cltlei has been thoroughly covorcd wltl handbllls, and indicattons are tha many persons wlll take advantage o: thls opportunity to receive Information Commlssioner George W. Kolner. wln wlll havo chargo of the train, sald yes terday that thls method has proved t< he the cheapest and most advantagcou way of interestlng tho farmers and li blazlng hls trall through varlous scc tlons of the State this spring he ox pocts to rcach thousands who hav never before beon glven the benaflta o the institute trains. The train wi mako two stops to-day, at Tunstall an Lester Manor, and to-morrow niornin a Jfcetlng wlll be held at West Polnt. The stop at each place wlll bo fc an hour. nnd a half. Tho spoakors wi bo Professor S. B. Hclges, of Powhata county, whoso subject wlll be "Coi Breeding." and Professor T. C Joht son, of the Tidcwater Agrlcultural nt Experimontal Station, 'on "Pota Growing." P.opresentatlves of tho lai nnd industrial dopartrnents of tl Houtliern Railway wlll also mako t; I trip. > < ____,-? V. S. Clrcult Court of AppcnlR. Tho Unitod. Statos Circuit Court' Appeals reconvened yesterday mor lng at 10:30 o'clock, wlth Clrcult Judg Goff nnd pritchard and Dlstrlct Judg Waddlll and Dnyton ln attendanco. Charlos M. Stedman, of Groenabo N,, C,, was admitted to? practlee In t court. The followlng caso was argued: No. 952?C, A. Bray. trustee, e 'appellant, vs. John N. Staplea, appell nppeal from tho' Clrcult Court Greensboroi N. C. Causo argued by li. Justlce and Charles M, Stedman, Groonsboro, for tho nppollaiit, and AVilllam P. Bynum, of Greenuboro, tho appollee, and submltted. The court denled tho potttlon ot. plalntlHs Jn orror tor a rehearlng ' tue followlng case: No 878?^Wllliam _I. Conloy et plolntlffs in orVor, vs, .\YUlora F, I et aL, defendants ln error; in error to tho Clrcult Court at Charleston, W. Va. Tho follpwlng case is ln tho call for to-day: No. 954?P. Dougherty Company, owner of steam tug Duuntlcss, vs. Ab salom Higbee; on cross-appeal from tlie ?District Court at Baltimore. Md. 1 o bc argued by Arthur D. Toster. of Baltimore. Md.. and W. U Wllliams. of Norfolk. for tho steam tug Dauntless, and by B. XV. and C. T. Wistor, of Bal? timore, and Wllliam Harrls. of P1UU delphia. for Absalom Higbee. CASTORIA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Bignature of of APleasureto Mother AComfort forBaby When one of our Go-Carts-or Carriages are used. Thc Cart or Carriage you want at thc price you desire,' to pay can only be had, at our store. Rothert & Co. Fourth and Broad Streets.