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to mean on the pnrt of those who ne
icotlatert th_ salo of the Catawba prop ?rty. By not seelng mo, as he promlsed to do, and by glvlng hls statement to The Tlmes-Dispatch. I conslder thnt ho has not nctod falrly In the premlses, nnd so far ns he Is concerned, I dls mis? thfe matter nltogether." FUNDS NOT SUFFICIENT Frlends of l.r. Wllllnms Teli Why lle Left ("Btntihs. Frlends of Dr. Robert F. Willlams. now in Kl Paso,. Tex,, nre lncllned lo re sent tho attacks made on him In hls nltsenco nnd the linplloatlon that hc wns paid an --orbltant amount for his servlccs whlle in chnrge of the Ca? tawba Sanatorlum. Speaklng for Dr, Willlams, Gordon Blalr, of thls clty. sald yosterday: "As a friend of Dr. Willlams. I re? gret that the great dlstance sopnratlng Richmond from his present fleld ren ders him unaware ot Ihe use thnt hns been made of hls namo ln tho dlscus? slon about Catawba Sanatorlum. ln hls absonco I wlsh to say for hlm that after hls resldence of two months nt the site selected, nnd after most oareful plans and calculations, he be? came convinced that ho could not eouln and open the sanatorlum wlth tho means nvallable tn such a manner ns hc deemed necessary. for lts success. The Board of Health hold lt Impera tlve that the pin"- should be opened without delay. n?*.l it th-? oforo became necessary that another. director should be chosen. "Tho tinanclal compensatlon, allowed to Dr. Willlams ,by the board enn Jiardlv seem unreasonable tn view of the /act thnt he had arlven up a_n es? tablished practlce In Texas to accopt the positlon at Catawba." What Mr. Daniel Says | (Contlnued From Flrst Page.)_ ba~~-_--UUoTTum, and my wholo Infor? mation on the subject ls derived from conversatlons with others and the newspapers, and, therefore, I could noc posslblv have, or clalm to have, proof of wrong-dolng or mnladmlnlstratlon by tho board. I am acnuatnted with the Health Commlssioner and wlth several members of the State Board of Health; I have always entertained for them the highost regard, and havo full confldcnce In thelr Integrity. Hns No Cbnrges to M"ke. "I have no charges whutevar to make against tho board; I have never stated to anv one that I contemplatcd maklng any,"or that I could prove any charges against them. "My whole Interest in this matter. and thc sole object of my conversatlon ?wlth. Senator Noel, were to obtain all information posslble conccrnlng the proceedings in the controversy in so far as they might affpet my uncle, Dr. Robert F. Wllliams, who ls several thousand mlles away, cntlrely ln Igno rance of tho dlscusslon and without representatlon in thls clty." FIMOUS~PICTUHE MUU 5TIIEI *'The Shepherd and Flock," by Millct, Cut From Its Frame. ?San Francisco, Cal., \ March. l_.? Carefuliy cut from its frame, whllo a scoro Of persons wandcred about thc other works of* art,' tho fariibus paint Ing, "The Shepherd and Flock," by Jean Francols Mlllet, was stolen from tho Art Museum ln* Golden Gate Park to-day. No one saw tho thlef remove the canvas, and thc police afc without tho slightest clue. The painting is valucd.at 110.000. Tlie painting is the property or Miss Sarah M. Spooner, of thls clty, wlio is now traveling ln Europe. Jt was purchascd from T. D. Trlmon, of tlie Eue La. Fayotte, Parls. The canvas Is 21. Inches in lengtii and 17 Inches tall. Two palntings of equal value wero loaned to tho Art Museum by Miss Spooner wher. "The Shepherd nnd Flock" was hung. They are Dupre's "Twilight" nnd a landscape by Charles Francia DAubigne. Aiexander Lawson. the curatcr or the museum,.,jsa..:s that shortly boforo the theft ,,wn.>_ dlsc'overed he saw a poorly dressed man lugging a bundle Xrom the Institution, but a crowd was vislting the hall at tho tlme. and ho attached no Importancc to the incldenf. The painting was insurcd against iire for $10,000. The plcture hung wlth others ln a large room, and pcoplo wero passing constantly along the corridor. . FIITE OF MEASURE IS STILE IN DOUBT .Continued From First Page.) oil lands and waj.er-power sites. Thls bill authorlzes the Secretary of th_ Interlor to classify all the public lands as agrlcultural, Irrigable, nonirrtRable. grazlng, dry farmlng, coal. oll, gas, asphaltum und water-power lands. Many Senators contend that it would be impossible to classify oll lands in ' advance. Tho committeo itsolf uppre clateH this dlfflculty, and there is a growing tendency towards a provislon for thc leaslng rather than the sale of lands supposed to r.ovnr oil deposits. Owlng to tho fact that the States con? trol the streams, It ls reallzed as difflcult for tho governmont to con? tlnue its suporvlslon of the lands lm ; mediatoly bordcrln- the streams On i thls account the Senate seems favor ably disposcd towards thc trrant ot ; the power sites to the several States Thc withdrawal bill Is plvlnt; tho i committee almost as much concerti as the classllicatlon blll. Favorable ' action on that measure ls necessary be? fore a classltlcation law could be car ; rled into effect. Its languaiye is so j broad that lt authorlzes the President . to withdraw practically all of the pub? lic lands at hls dlscretlon. Tho meas ? uro spc-clfles tho purposes for whlch 1 the lands may be reserved as "forp.strv -water-power sites. trrtgatton. olassifl *., cation of.lunds, or other public nur_ .* poses." Thero will bo no effort to ? ,pass thls blll until the terms of the ;? olaeslflcation bill are ncrroed upon. and \; the two probably wlll ba conshlered J coneecutively. WARM WEATHEfTdUE rorphn at Wnaklngtoa Mnk<-_ Hand? some I'rnniUe. Waehiiigton, Marcli 13?Compara tlvely warin weather wlll prevail over most* of the Unlted States during tbe great part of tho present week. uo cording to the predlctlon of the Weath? er Bureau to.day. About the middlo of the week a porlod of cooler weath? er will set ln over tho extreme west and advance thence to tlie Atlantic coast, t-eachlng tlt\re by the oarly |part of next week. , PIM5S C l lU.l- IN 0 TO 14 DAYS. PAZO OINTMKNT ts guaranteed to r.ure any case of Itching. Blind,- Bleed Ing or Protrudlntc PHes ln 6 to lt days 91 money .efuuded, CDo, CATARRH Cured by the Marvel of the Century, B. B. B.?Tested for 30 Years. ll.-iv.kin .. Spltllng, I-'oul Brcatli, cfIschnrges of yellow matter permanently cured wlth pure Bo tantcal ingredlenta. To prove It w<S wlll send you a SAMPLE TREATMENT FREE CATARRH IS NOT ONLY DANGEROUS, bnt it cause. ulccratlona, death. nnd decay of bonea, kllla ambltio n, often cnuaes loa* of nppctlte, nnd rcaclica to genernl dcblllty, Idlocy nnd InNtnity. It nccd* attention nt once. Cure It by taking Bo? tanlc Blood Balm (B. B. II.). It l_ a qlllck. r.id cal, permanent cure, bceauae lt rldn the nystein of tlie polaon germa thut cause catarrh. B. B. B. eenda n tingtlng flood of warm, rlch, pure blood dlrect to the paralyzcd nervca and parta nffected by catarrhal poiton, glvlng warnilh nnd strength iuet wherc It Ia needed, and in thla.way maklng . perfect, Inatlng cure of catarrh In all lta forms. DRUGG.STS, tt PER LARGE BOTTLE. wlth llrectlona for home cure. SAMPLE FREE by wrltlng Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. Free medlcal advice glven. May Drop His Charges ,. STATE SEXATOR J. C. NOEI. SENATOR D1EL STfLL -iis Son States That Condition Is Satisfactory to His Physicians. The followlng telegram was received ast night by The Tliiies-Dispatch from .. M, Danlel. son of Henator John \V. )anicl. who ls 111 at .Daytona, Flu.: "Daytona, Fla., March 13.?My fatli r's condition ls satlsfactory to the ?h'ysielans, and ls showing gradual 1m ? rovement. Thcv hope to return to 'Irglnla wlthin three weeks. (b'igncd). ;. M. Danlel." Ttctiirnn to Lynchburg', [Spoclal to The.Tlmes-Dlspatch. 1 Dynchbiirg, Va., March 13.?Fred r.larpcr, son-ln-law-of Senator John AV. Danlel. aiul Dr. K. A. Waugh returned homo i.o-day from Doytonn, Fla., after havlng been there several dn.'s. Mr. Ilarpcr stated t'o.nlght . that ...Major Dnnlel Is chcerfiil. althou.'/. ho fully rcallzes the gravlty of his condltlon. He ls able to taltt, .and the attenrllng physicians expect that he wlll bo able to be brought back home In two weeks. A tolegram to-nlght reports contlnued linprovoment to-day. mIpTtoIiil Harry Monroe Is Shot 'in Hamp ton After Calling on Young Woman. [Special to Tlie Tlmes-Dlspatch. 1 Tlampton, A'a., March 13.?Harry Monroe, n young inan of Portsmouth, svas shot and serlously wounded here last nlght by some uhknown person. Monroe had been calling on Miss Allcc Knewstep, in Melrose. Avcnue, and eft her home nbotit 11 o'clock. .S'hen neariiig tlie corner of Armistead Avc iue and Queen .Street, some unknown person llred tliroo shots at th_ Ports i.outh man, one of whleh look effect in lis'face, Infllcting an ugly and paln :ul wound. Tho pollco to-day, after an nll-nlght lunt wlth bloodhounds, arrested AVlse rhomas, elghteen years old. and jharged hln\ wlth tho crlme. It ls sald hat tho doga tralled to tho Thomas lome, taking tho trall ai tho spot ?.here tha shooting occurred. Miss Knewstep told the police ofH sers that on Frlday night Thomas .hrcatoned to klll Monroe lf ho came icro. Young Monroe has been com ng to Hampton each Saturday after loon and remalnlng over untll Monday, Mlss Knewstep, who ls a very pretty glrl ot elghteen. Is the daughter of a former pollco oflleer hero. lt is reported to-nlght that Mlss Knewstep and Mr. Monroe were mar? rled in North Carollna last August, but tlie famlly deollnea to dlscus. thls feature of thc affair. JANNEY KILLS HIMSELF Vlrgiuln Soldter Victim of Own Dullct ln PlilllpplucK. Manlla, March 13.?Second Ll.utonnnt Clarenco M. Janney, of tho Twelfth Infantry, kllled hlmself yesterday at Fort Wllllam McKlnloy. Considorablo mystery shrotnts the case, and It Ih not known whethor tho killing was by dr.slgn or accident. Lloutenant Janney, accompantod by hls wlfe, attended a dlnner party at thQ house of j.l.u tenant-C'olonel Robcit F. Ames. Janney left tho party and went to hls quart.ra. Ho secured a rovolver and returned to tho house of Lluu tenant-Colonel Ames, on the way to which ltfi llred ono shot. prosumably ln tlio alr. Ho entered the houso nnd llcurl-hed the revolver. Thero was an oxploploh and Janney fell with a bullet ln tlie head. ll. dled Insiantly. lt was ftt ilrst reported that Lleutenant-Col onoy Amea had shot Janney, and guards placed hlin under arrest, but ho was subsequently released. T.loutenant Janney w^js born ln Vir? ginia in 1SSI. Ho was flrst a private ln the Twelfth Infantry, but was ap? pointed second lleyitenant Fobrunfy ll 1907. provisionelly, and accepted a few days later. Neivnpupcr I'lunt llurUM, __,rSl\?e...1 '^''"iTIm.s-Dlspatoli.l Blueilold, \V. Va., March 13.?-The plant of tho Bluotleld Evening I_oatW was almoet destroyed by llre to-nlght. The maclilnes were destroyed and the bullding badly dumuged. Otllcer KUIn HU muii. Qulncy, Flu., March 13.?-Aftor shooting Cllntou Moseley,- an oflleer who attompted to urrost hlm, Henry ? May, a butchor, was Itxat nlght shot and kllled here by Deputy S.h.rl._ Al hert Gregory, IIIIIIL TEST IS (Contlnued From Flrst Page.) not belng oontomplated, bo fnr as tho Cnmden branch of tho company la concorncd. The commlttee told tho Mayor that when the trolloymen hnvo ?. grlcvancc they wlll consult wlth the management ln nn. offort to adjust mn.tters, but tip to dnto thoy sald thero wero no grlev nncos to ho consldored. Tho Cnmden line Is a branch of the extcnslve llno covering Northern Now Jersey, und the statement bns been made that a strlko wns contcmplatod If thc com? pany perslsted in lts refusal lo recog? nize the unlon. Uiilct Dny Wlth Strikera. Glons Fnlls, N. Y? Mnrch 13.?Qulet proviilled in tho ranks of tho strlklng pupor mill workers hero -to-day and about thc mllls there was no sign of dlsorder. That thc Internatlonal Paper Company hns determlned to operate Its mllls wlth strlkc-brenkcra was made moro apparent to-dny when a cnrloud t>f non-unlon mon was brought here and admitted to the mllls. Company K, Second Reglment, is still on duty at tne mllls. ROOT GOING AFTER Chairman Refuses to Be Ousted, and Situation Is in the Clouds. New York, March 13.?After a day of conferencos and compromlses, tho situatlon ln tho Ropuhllcan party of NewvYork Stato is still ln the clouds. Hosttllties have been postponed. Both tho partlsans of Senator Root, Gover? nor Hughes and Senator Hinman, on the one hnnd, and of Timothy I> Wood riift, chalrman of the Stato Commlttee. on the other, preserve a truculent and glum mlen. Thero ,1s no desiro to duplicatc In the Republlcan party the :Ituatlon over the Stnte chnirmanshlp that lately ^flllcted tho Democratic party; lt ls not wlshed, in endeavor Ing to ellmlnate Mr. Woodruff. to make hlm a Conncrs, and Mr. Root. in nttemptiiig lt, does not wlsh to be a Murphy. Yet. on the fate of Woodruff a largo measure of the fate of the Republlcan party in tho elect/ons next fail is felt to hang. Senator Root, Lloyd C. Orls com, president of the county commit? tee. and tho new school of Republlcan leaders at large, belleye that Wood? ruff nnd hls alllcs aro dlrectly respon? slble for tho election of Allds as presi? dent pro teni. of thc State Senate ln the flrst instnnce, and, when that proved a mlstako. of Sonator Cobb lo succecd hlm, which they feel to bo not only a personal affront to Senator Root, but a second mlstake of only less welght. Therofore there ts a strong dlsposl tion to demand thnt Woodruff retire. and lt is understo-d that it was with the express intention of demandlnjr hls rcslgnatlon that Sonator Root camo to New York last night. Senator Root would not say dircctlv to-day ihat such -was hls purpose, but ho vlrtually . admitted lt. ; "What do you.as Judges of politics, think I camo; on.- for?" hc asked tho newspaper meh'. -And when thev told hlm what thc goneral undcrstnndiiiK wns, 'ho added: "I seldom fail to ac compllsh what I set out to accom pllsh." In this purpose, he k'old confer ences thls afternoon wlth Mr. Grlscom and .lames AV. Wadsworth, Speaker of tho Assembly, and to-nlght with Mr. Woodruff hlmsclf. Nelther he nor Mr. Grlscom would dlscuss tho out come ot these conferences, but Mr. Woodruff wns moro eommunicatlve. lle con.cnt ed to interview hlmself for the news pupers. "You may say this," he sald. "W,hen Mr. Woodruff was asked if Senator Root liad demanried hls reslgnatlon, he answored, 'Ask Root.*'.' When Mr, Woodruff -was asked If ho intended to reslgn o'f hls own voll tlon, ho answered wlth an emohasls borde.ring almost on belllgerency, "Ask Root."' In spite of the wide dlverslon of opinlon ns to what it ls proper to do in the present crisis within the Re? publlcan party of the Stato and what ls the proper way to do it, both sides are still slncoroly anxious to avold an open breach at the prlmarlos, The adhorents of Woodrpff sum lt up in.ono word?hysterla. FICHTFiOiin OF 11. S. Washlngton, March 13.?Uncle Sam is going to make his untform respected if ho can., This ia the dotermlnation of Secretary of the Navy Meyer. In lt ho ls backed by President Taft. Mr. Mcyer's light is dlrocted against tho proprlotor of Chaso's Vaudovtllo Theatre. This theatro has dlscrlml nated against, soldlers, sallors and ma rlnc-s wearlng unlforms, The men pay their money for tickots and aro de? nled admlttnnce at tho door. Tho latost offense against the marlnos occurrcd last night, whon two mon from the Washington Navy Yard were told that they could not enter the theatre. Thelr complain't, together -wlth that of others, has been put ln the hands of Assistant Secretary Beekman Wln throp. Ho had a conferonco wlth the proprletor of thc theatro. Mr. Chaso told the Assistant Secretary.. that ho had a standing ordor against the ad mlsslon of any person in oonsplcuous dress. This does not ineliido forelgn ors in tholr natlve costume, he said, hut would ihcludo the President of tho Unlted States lf ho appeared in rldlngf breeches and a sweater. Pollcemon in uniform wns. barred. Mr. Chaso sald, and thls rule is no dlffbrent from that in many of the best theatres ln tho country. Assistant Socretary Wlnthrop Is.try? lng to devlso a way to punish the theatrc ownor. Tho ground on whlch the theatro stands was rocontly . pur chused by tho government. An oustor suit was proposed, hut thls was found Inexpedlent, us the tltle to the prop orty has not passod to tho Unlted Statos yet. Anothcr plan is to rovoko the theatre llcense. Thls licenso jg granted by the Dlstrlct of Columbla government, a branch of tho national government, Both War and Navy Departnionts have had froquei-t ttlts wlth proprlo tovs of amusoinont places because they barred Koldlers and sallors. President Roosevelt tried twice to heat tho pro prletors ln tho courts, aud falled. Onco the effort was made nt Newport and the othor tlmo nt Norfolk. In both cases tho courts held that proprlators of public amusements had the rlght to mako tholr' owi\. rules rogulatlng tha admlsskui of patrons. (My Om "BROMO QUNNE.- tbrt _? Lixative Rromo Q-riniiie CvM?CoMt_i9iM--tay, Cr?taJ Itayt on ?v?ry 33? 6&A The Five Years Guarantee Sovers every defect in quality jr workmanship that may .how vvithin that periocl of thc ife of an INNER-PLAYER PIANO To you this CABLE CO. guar mtee means that the INNER PLAYER Piano is as nearly perfect as it can be made to ?tand hard usage and give per 'ect service. Catalogue frfcc on applica tion. fahleYimoFfi. ?HEADOUAtrTERS EVERYTHIHfi MUSICAL' ALL MATCHES GUARANTEED rnpld'a Excuridoii Ooe* lo Wanhlngtoti on EnMcr Mondny. Cupld's excurslon wlll be run to Washington hy Mrs. J. R. Glll, super ntenrlcnt of the Malo Orphan Asylum, is usual this yenr, and all unmarrled .?otiples are herchy notlfled. through the klndness of Mrs. Glll. that they ..riy avnll themselves of tho opportu ifty on Monday, March 2S. Mrs. Glll always takes a crowd of ovcrs with her to the capltal clty of ho natlon, and nssumes guard over hom untll they nre safely passed by ho clerk of the court and the marry - ng parsnn, whoever he may be. She iay,s It's a cheap way of gettlng mar ?led, and ,she has never known In all ler career W a slngle one of theso natchCg turning up In tho dlvorco lotirts. She guarantees them all, -and vlll make a refund if necessary. But ihe has never found refunds necessary. All appllcants for the altar must totlfy Mrs. Glll early, so that she may nako arrangements for the traln to ?arry a suffleient number of cars. So ilushlng brldes-to-be, prcparc, and lashful would-bc grooms, llno your lockets wlth the wherowlthal to mako he trip on Cupld's express, whldti stop icth not on thls slde of the altar and s a tralnload of innocent; youthful joy. .ALE TAKES CHARGE TO-DAY c.v Adjiitnnt-Griirrul to A-.-timc Rcin.. ?r Mllltnry Authority. Senator XV. XV. Sale. of Xortolk. wlll ecome to-day the Adjutant-General of he State, and wlll ouallfy to tho oflice -?> wh Ich he has been appointed ,by ?overnor Mann, probablv some time hls mornlng. Whilo .Senator Sale was seiwlnrr ln lie Senate. Adjutant-General Charle.. . Anderson contlnued In ofllce at tho ouuest of_,the Chlef Executlvc. He .?111 retire at the Incoming of the new end of that department. It Is not known whether Senator ale contemplatos makinjr any eliant.es n his staff. but it is belleved that iost of thoso now servlng under Gen ral Anderson wlll be retalncd. ARMY REVOLVERS Mntolsi Carrled liy Cnntnln Dlmmock I'reseuled to Confederate .Museum. Marlon S. Dlmmook. son of the late .aptaln Marlon J. Dlmmock, has prc entetl to the Confederate Memorial -itcrary Soclety a pair of army re ?olvers carrled by hls father ln tlie Mvll War. Among the battles in whlcli Japtaln Dlmmock used tho plstols were lagerstown and Brundy Station. In >oth of which engagemenla Captain ilmmock's horse was shot from under ilm. At these fighls the wearer ot the veapons was adjutant of the Tenth rirginla Cavalry. Captain Dlmmock vas a son of Goneral Charles H. Dlm lock, an ordnanea offlcer on the staff if Goneral Robert E. Lee. of whom ie was a warm personal friend. Cao al.n Dimmock won rccognitlon as an .rchltect after the war. several specl nens of hls work belng in Richmond. t.'lirmlMtM' Cluli. Dr. Hall Cnnter, of Randolph-Macon .ollege, addressed the Virginia Chem sts' Club last Frlday nlght on "Recent Vork on Osmotlc Pressure." descrlblng ho work belng done at Johns Hopkins Jnlveralty by Professor Morao and hls ioworkers. At a banquet held Jn turphy'a Hotel after the business ses lon, spoeches wero made by Prcsl lent XV. F. Rudd and the three preced ng presldents of thc club?Dr. E. XV. lagruder, Dr. F. C. Bingham' and Dr. !. C. Carpenter. A speech was also nade by Professor Frank W. Duko. of ho Virginia Mechanlcs' Iristltuto. Xcgro Kllled by l*o??c. Wlnnsboro, La., March 13.?Elt Den? non, a negro who shot Doputy Sherlff _dams yesterday near hero, was shot o death near Delphl late to-day by a. tosse. Denston, armed wlth a repeat ng rlde, delled arrest, and flred Upon ho posse several tlmes. The posse ?otu.rned tho (ire, and tho negro was nortally wounded. Deputy Adams vas kllled by Denston when ho went o arrest tlio negro on a' charge of torse steallng, Stenmer Stlll Aground. Chrlstlnnla, March 13.?Tho Soandl lavian-Amerlcan Llne steamer. United States, from Copenhagen, Maroh 10, for ?.ew York, ls still aground off thls >ort, but it ls not belleved to be'in any langer. Tho work of unloadlng tho iteamor ls progresslng, preparatory to naklng an attempt to refloat her. THE WEATHER EoreonMi Kor Vlrglula and -Vortli Diirollnn?-Knir nnd much colder Mon ilnyi 'liuvtuuy, fnlr, wlth cloudy, rlalng leuuicruture; hiKu mutu .ve?t yiud?. C0MHT10.VS YESTERDAY. Clear. Thernionieter at mldnlght, 01. Cp??lTlONS IN IMPQnTANT OITII-K. <At_,_ i.. M., Eastern Standard Tlme.) Place. -in0Pi H. T< weather. Atla'ita . ot fis Cloar SJohlle . G2 73 Cloar ? Raleigh . 00 0. Clear Charlottn . 60 00 Clear Savannah .61 70 Cleur Koy West . 61 72 Clear Jacksonvillo ... 61' 72. Cloar . Jupltor . 60 70 Cloar New Orleans ... 08 71' Cloar Ashoyllle ....... [,? 86 Clear Charleston . 00 03 Cloar Norfolk . 50 02 Cloar Ua vc-ston . 61 7i Cloar Palcstino . 74 go ciottr MIM.VTI.'IIE "AI.MAft'AP. <.?? , Mareh 14.1910. Sun Hscs.... ();., HIGH TIDE. *_J4" ?oi*. ft:I5 Mornlng..,. ?:BS Moon- .et..,,, .;.? i_vonlH8'..... V,W TO FAST BALL TEAM .Vith a ntimbor of tho plnyers of Inst yenr s team In college,- nnd sev !_?"_, Proml-lng men oh applicants, tho Medical Collego of Vlrglnla expocts ,?,..t,"'n _?ut n credltable team, not wlthstnndlng the-fact'.that only ono day of the week l? allowed for prac? tlce. The schedulo for the sensnn Is ns follows: M_r_h 1., Unlon Theologlcal Semlnary. at Brond Street Park; March 1?, Rlchmond College, nt Brond Streot Pnrk; Mnrch 2S, Rundolph-Macon Academy, nt Bedford Clty; Murch 20, Chrlstlan College, nt Lynchburg; Murch -8, two games wlth Hnmpden-Sldnoy, at Hnmpilen-Sldnoy; Aprll 2, Wllliam nnd Mary, in Williamsburg. Tho llnc-up of tho tonm will pron ahly be as follows: Clark; captain. thlrd hasn; Mnnck or Rospnss, shortstop; <ien nnil IliuriK, ..inr. iiciii, i-u-?_,?-, rlght fleld. Brown and Curry wlll most likely be* usod ns substltutcs. ' Thc Unlverslty College ot Medicine ll! not bu represented on the dla? mond thls sprlng -L. REPORTS R0CCHICCI0LI Confcctlonern nt Seventh nnd Mnlii ( Imrneil .Vith Selling on Suncliij. U C. Rocchlcclbl'l & Bros., confec tlonors at 701 Ea.-t Maln Street. wero reported yesterday afternoon by nn ofliccr on the charge of selllng on Sun? day. Other confcctlonorles whlch also operated yesterday wero not reported. Last week Pnii| Blnnchlnl, who runs a confcctlonery on thc opposltc corner, was lined $'? nnd placcd under bond on a llke chargo in tho Hustlngs Court, tho case having come up on appcul from Police Court. Cltizen*' AHMoclatlon Cnlled, Tho regulnr monthly meotlnn of the Hlghland Park Cltl/.ens" Association has heen cnlled bv President G. W. Bnhlko for to-nlght nt S o'clock. Every cltizen of the town ls rcquosted to be present. Tho report of the commlttee appolnt? ed at tho recent mass-ineetlng of cit? izons tu wait on tho Town Council will report, und the Comuilttecs on Finance and Llghts wlll explaln the positlon of thc Council on tho llght ouestlon, whlch Is consldered one of the most Important now before tho municlpallty. OBITUARY Ml.s Aila 5Ier. rSpoclnl to The Tlmes-Dispat. h.l, , Winchester, Vn., March 13.?Mrs. Ada Sler. wife of I.uther Sler. dled at tho home of her father, Adnm Bcntsell, near Winchester. thls morning, after a Ungertng Ulness; aged about thirty years. .Mr*. Snrnb Spimlle. [Spoclal to Thc Times-DIspatch. I Warrerton. Va., Match 13.?Mrs. Sainh Splndle, aged cighty-slx years, formerly of Amlssvllle, dled hero to day after a lingerinsr lllness, at thc homo of her niece, Mrs. Sarah Hoge. Tho funeral servlces wlll tako placo to-morrow from the house, after whlch the interment wlll be at Clover Croft, thc home of General B. D. Splllman. Colonel AV. AV. I.iiinpklii. Ashcvllle, N. C, March 13.?Colonel W. XV. I.umpkln, a distlngulshed Con? federate voternn, lawyer and polltical leader of South Carolina, dled here this mornins-. Colonel Dumpkin was sovonty-three years old, and had been in Hl health for several months pnst. 111(5 body wlll bc. tnken to Columbla for burlal. Colonel Dumpkln was a natlve of Goorgla. Mrs. Stisan Mllilrcd AVilllam*. Mrs. Susan Mlldrod Willlams dled at her resldence, 12 South Belvidcro Street, at 5:45 o'clock yesterday after? noon. In tho seventy-flrst year of her nge. She Ieaves her husband, Francls Dibbrell Wllliams; four sons, Francls Dibbrell, .fr., .TameB Thomas. Mlles Mlnor and George Edward: two broth ers. Phlllp T. Garthright. of Mountaln Lake Park. Md., and John E. Garth? right, of thls city; one slster, Mrs. Hester Jackson. of thls clty: twenty six granilchildren and two great grandchlldron. The funeral wlll be from Plne Street. Baptist Church at t oteloek thls after? noon. DEATHS WILLLVMS?Died, at her resldence, 12 South Belvidcro Street. Marcli 13, 1010, a'. 5:15 P. M? SUSAN MILDRED WILDTAMS'. in the seventy-lirst yoar of her nge. She Ieaves husband. Francls Dibbrell Wllllnms: four sons, Francls Dibbroll, Jr., James Thomas, Mlles Mlnor und Georgo Edward: two brothors, Phlllp T. Garthright, of Mountaln Lake Park, Md., and John E. Garthright, of thls clty; ono sister, Mrs. Hester Jackson, of thls city; twenty-six grandchlldren; two great-grandchlldren. Funeral from Plne Street Baptist Church MONDAY, March 14, 1910, at l P. M. Frlends and relatives in? vited to attend. Farewell, mother; may your slum ber be as gentlo as your love, and when God shall call us homeward, may we all meet ln heaven. WEISIGER?Dled, Sunday, March 13, ut 8:15 P. M., at hls lato resldence, 1002 Perry Street, Manchester, EM METT W. WEISIGER, aged scventy two years. Funoral notlco later. FUNERAL NOTICE MIMS?Tho funeral of ETHEL VIR? GINIA MIMS, Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. ,T. Mlms, 519 West Broad Street, will take placo from Bl.Uey's undcrtaking parlor, Thlrd and Marshall Stroots, MONDAY at _ P, M. Children Ory FOR FLETCHER'S CASTORIA Wood'sTrada Mark Grass and Clover Seeds are beat qualities obtainable, of teated germination and free from objeotionable weed seeds. Wood's Seed Book for 1910 gives the fulleat information a boutall Farm and Garden Seod?, _B&peoially about GrasseBand Uov ers, tbe kinds to sow and tbe beBt way to sow thom \tor suceeesful atands and crops. WOOD'S SEE03 have been Bown for more than thirty years in ever increasing quantitiea, by the best and most Bucoessful farmers. Wood'* Sead Book mailed free on request. ' Wrlte for it. T.W. WOOD ft SONS, Vr\ SEKD8MEN, /" vjl Rlohmond, ? Virginia. |a_/ 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 mistakeswotildbemade. 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 Cdal & Coke Co., Richmond, Va. News of Manchester Manchester Burenu, Tlmes-Dlspatch, j No. 1103 Hull Street. Yesterday, a spring day of wurmth ind sunshlne, attractod large congre ctatlons to nll churches. The Rev. G. T. Forrester preached two |nt?rcstlng sermons at thc Decattir Street Mctho 11st Church.. Hls mornlng subjeet was. "Tho World ln the Llght of Etern Ity. as Revcalcd hy the Cross." At nlght he 'spoko on "Christ, Desplsccl tnd Rejected hy Man." At Oak Orove naptlst Church, tho instor, Rev. D. G. Lancaster, occupled Ihe pulplt at both mornlng and oven ng servlces. ! Mr. and Mrs. Wllbur fclast sang at the mornlng service, und it nlght Mrs. L. E. Rnyhorn ronderod i solo, whlle a quartette of malc volcos was an addltlonal feature. Last nlght, at tho Asbury Methodlst Eplscopal Church, tho Rov. XV. G. _tureh preached an unusual and Intor -.?stlng sermon on "Tho Trouble Wlth Manchester." beforo a. congregatlon ivho Ustcncd attcntlvely to hls every ivord. Hls mornlng subject was, "The ?ost of Ease." Revlvnl servlces wlll io contlnued throughout thls week. Prcaohlh'g each nlght by Rev. If, C. Pfelffnr, pastor of tho Contrnl Metho llst Eplscopal Church. "Mfe's Telltale," the sermon preach ?d by the Rev. II. C. Pfelffer. pastor of tho Central Methodlst Eplscopal Church, /estorday mornlng proved to be of much human Interest. At nlght hls .ubject was ,"Tho Jneldent of the Meeting of Jesus and thc Wonian of Snmarla." Rev. J. M. Rowland preached at ] 1 A. M. and 8 P. M. yesterday at the West End Methodlst Eplscopal Church. Mornlng subject, "Fotks 'That Work rhcmselveH to Death"; at nlght, "The Blrth of Llfe." The lndustrlal Chapter wll! meet thls-" afternoon at t;3o o'clock at thu reyldence of Mrs. W. E. Glll. Elevcnth ind McDonough .Streets. The entertainment glven last Frl? day nlght at the High School for the benefit.of the plano fund was one of tho most largely attended and success? ful ever.glven. Tho program of twelve numbcrs conslsted of illustratcd songs and muslcal selcetlons. "School Days." ivlth seven "klddles" grouped together. made a pretty slght. Mlss Owens and rtussell Fltzgerald, In "Love's Old Sweet Song," brought Its share of ap plausc; Mlss Mary Vadcn. a strlking .runette. appeared to advantage ln the ?cotch song. "Annle Laurle"; Mlss Bula Halley's liumo.ous recltatlon. were slde-spllttlng, espoclallv to the foung generatlon present. The play Ing of Mlss Earnestlne Walker. Mlss Hazel Crooks and that of tho Gleo _Mub was excellent. The last number, "Topsy Turvy." made a grand flnato j. an enjoyable evenlng. The meotlng of the Third Ward to llght wlll no doubt be as largely at :endcd and as enthuslastlc' as those )f last week. The Second Ward will 'ollow suit to-morrow nlght In a blg nass-meeting In tho courthouse, when icveral prominent citzens wlll be heard in tho consolidatlon nnd the bcnetlts iccruing from the union. Not to be mtdone, the Fourth Wurd will hold a ilmllar meetlng at some date to be mnouncod later. Tho Flrst Ward wlll lold a second gatherlng next Tliurs lay nlght ln the hall at Slxth and Hull Streets. Mrs. Alma Alllson, tho would-be sul? cide, who made two unsuccessful at empts to end her llfe, was sald to iave been removed to tho Eastern 3tate Hospltal last Saturday. Alrs. George P." Cox, of Forest Hill, s ln Norfolk, tho guest of her mother, Mrs. J. L. peobles. Later Mrs. Cox wlll .'islt Mr8. John Cooper, of WUloughby 3each. Mrs. Minnle B. Thaw has so far re jovered as -to be moved to the rcsldence MOTHER'S FRIEND A LINIMENT FOR EXTERNAL USE. . Baby's coming will be a tlmo of rejoicing, and not of ap? prehenslon and fear, if Mother *a Friend ia used by the expec? tant mother in preparationof the event. This is not a medi? cine to be taken internally, but a liniment to be applied to tho . body, to assist nature in the necessary physical changes of the system. Moth? er's Friend is composed of oils and medicines which prepare tho museles and tendons for the unusual strain, render the ligaments supplo and elastic, aids in the expanding of tbe skln and fiesh fibres, and Btrongthens all the membranes and tissues. It lessens the pain and danger at the crisis, and assures future health tb the mother.. Mother's Friend ls sold at drug stores. Write for our free book, containing valuable information for expectant Mother3. THE BRADFSELD GO., ATLANTA, GA. Household Premium Coupon MARCH 14. 1910. NOTICp..?A complete set consista of 30 cou ' pons of consecutive dates, only one coupon of each date will be accepted in each set. You can begin saving on any date, just so they are of consecutivo dates from the day you start. of her brother, Wllliam B. Ball, nt For^ est IIIH. Mre. J. It. Glddlngs and daughter, who havo been tho guests ot hor moth? er, Mrs. Lella A. Friend, left yesterday for thelr home In Maryland. Miss Atklns, of Boylon, Va., IB vislt? ing her sister, Mrs. II. c. Pfelffer, on Porter Stroot. \ W. M. Brldgforth. of Umporla, Is ln thc clty vlsltlng friends. Mrs. Robert Battc, of Prlnce George, ls vlsltlng hor slster, Miss Fannlo French. Mrs. AUgustlne Royall 4u_s rcturned to hor home at Forest Hlll from Nor? folk, whero she has been staylng witli bcr nlcce. The followlng citizons were cnrollod ns inember_ of tho Citizons- Consolida? tion Club last Frlday night, Just be? foro tho mass-niectlng commenccd: E. P. Nunnally, W. F. Hendrleks. G. n. Waymack, J. B. J. nnlng.. George Jef-. frles, E. J. Andrcws, EHJnh Roach, A. F. Donnell, J. M. Hnncock, Douglas Hagiie, .lohn E, Ut_, John W. and W. A. Dcltrlck. DONE I FATHER After Killing His Two Sons, New York Man Shoots Himself. New York, March 1_.?Hcerman Moritz. forty-five years of age, and two sons, Geori;e and Walter. scven te.n nnd twclve years, respcctlvely, were found shot to death to-nlght fn thelr home in tlie llronx. Tho fathcrs body was In a hallway, the cldest son lay dead In n closet, whlle tho younffcr boy was found in the cellar. It ap? pears to bo a case of doublo murder and BuJeide. Moritz was a retlred real ostat. <lealcr, and from nll appearances he killed hls two Sons, then turned the revolver on hlmself. A 3S-callbr._ re? volver lay hesldo the father's body. Tho dlscovery of tho hodles came about whon a pollceman and night watchman ran Into tho house after tho watch? man had rung ln a Hre alarm at tho request of Mr. Moritz. who had rushed Into the street shoutlng that hls house was nllre. The watchman also called a pollce? man. Tho pollceman pushed on tha front door, whlch was ? partly opco. The door was blockcd, but as the po? llceman pushed hard.r the door opened suddcnly. On thc floor In the front hall lay the body of Moritz. In a bed room closet thoy found tho bodv of George. The body Avas all hunldled up In the closet In such a position as to indicate that tho boy hatT" been chased by hls father and had sought to hlde hlmself. Flremen in the meari time began cxtlnguishC-g the small blaze in tho cellar, antl wero on tho polnt of leavlng when thoy found tho body of the younger son lylng on a heap of rags near the cellar stalr way. He liad b>:en shot twlco ln tho rlght breost. Moritz ovldently wns seized with a lit of despondency, to whlch neighbors say he was subject, killed both his boys, set a llro ln tho cellar, gave tho alarm, then returned and shot himself. He liad-^sho* hlm? sclf through tho head. Tho Morltzes were woll-to-do. Mrs. Moritz is vislt ipg in Englcwood, N. J -__,-1 Acceptn Ituuuoke Call. TSpeclal to ThoTtmes-Dlspatch.l Lake Charles, La.,. March' 13.?Rev. .T. W. Cantey Johnson, rector of the Church of tho Good Shepherd, *---dav accepted tho call to St. John's Church. at Roanoke, Va.. and wlll tako uo his now work May 1. Ho came here from Birminghum.'Ala,; three years ago. and hls work has been successful.