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that in pttttlnif cr*dence ln tholr ?tate tnettts I !i_v_' boen led to dolngf *n ln ' justlce to both tho sanatorlum and to Ur. Ennlon G-. Willlams. *T im now satisflod that J havo prob. nbly doh? tho partles whom I .mny liave crltlclied an unlntentlohal wrong. Actlng under thls bcllof hnd Impres slon, Mr. President, I avall myself of thla opportunity to ask to bo allowed to wlthdraw my crltlclsm of tno man ngors of tho Catawba Sanatorlum and to ask that thia papor bo sproad on tho Journal of the Sonate." Senate Seatlona Brlef. Two constructlvo sesslona woro held by tho Senate yesterday. A straggllng hand ful of members were present when President Ellyson convened the body. Thoso who answered to tho roll wero Senators Early, Watklns. Owcns, Har mon, P;arks, llalsey, WIckham, Folkes, Echols;' Noel, Saunders nnd Koezcll. At the sesslon which started at noon, on motion of Senator Echols, 1.000 cop? ies of the Byrd liquor bill and of the general appropriation bill wero ordered to be prlntod for tho uso of tho State officials and judlciary. A number of bllls wero read by tltle bnd signed by the president. At 4:30 P. M. there was another ses Fion, when a fow more bllls received the slgnaturo of tho president. Senator Harman was appolnted on tho Committee oa Enrolled Bllls. Another session wlll take place at 3_ to-day. What the Honse Dld. In strlklng contrast to tho stlrrlng eccnes of a few days ago wore the ses eions ot the Houso of Delegates yes? terday. At noon nlnoteen weary SolonB gathered ln the chamber and went through tho form of a sesslon. Whoevcr it was in tho Constitutlonal Conventlon who caused tho provislon that bills should be signed by, tho pre fidlng ofllcors. in open sesslon is not recclving altbgether compllmcntary references to his foreslght. It is point? ed out that so far as securlty goes nothing ls gained. Tho Lleutenant Governor and the Speaker could cxam Ine the bllls moro carefully worklng it'i prlvacy and at thelr lelsure. But tho provislon ls there and lt must be done. Perhaps fifty bllls which have so far been enrolled woro signed. and the Constltutlon was complled wlth in that respect. When tho Speaker called the House to order, Door__ce)per Newboustf, nothing daunted by the change of ;._cene, shouted hls u ttal instructlon %io" the members to be seated, and to -the others to retire to the gallery. He also told those upstalrs to main? tain order, al'though there was no body there. Prayer was offered by Rov. Georgo Greene, of Cllfton Forge. He returned thanks for the splendld recora mado by the General Assembly. Wanted thc Journal Read. The clerk announced the Journal ot the precedlng day's sesslon. Speaker Byrd put the usual motion to dlspensu wlth the reading of the Journal. Mr. Cox moved to roconslder thls motion, and ylelded to Mr. Baker for an cx planatlon. The member from Chester lield sald that during his many years of service hc had never had the pleas ure ot hearlng- tho Journal read, and he would llke to do so on this occa? sion. The Speaker told Captain Ba kov that ln all probabllity ho would never hear U, whercupon Mr. Cooke moved to pass tlto motion to recon-l slder by. Clerk Willlams read the Tcport of the Senate's work on Saturday. An extra fee of $20 was voted' toithc janltor who has carcd for tho court room of the Stato Corporatlon Com inlssfon. in whlch #many commlttei meetings have been'hold. Enrolled bllls were brought to thi Speaker's desk and signed. Mr. Stebblns moved that Sergeant at-Arms Watklns, of tho Senate, whe was on tho floor, be escorted back U las own slde of thc Capltol. Cnlls ITp Prohibitlon Blll., Mr. Cox called up the Myers Statc wldo prohibitlon bill, and called on Mr. Love to explatn it. Mr. Love thankod him, but apparently dld uot seo any uso in complylng. Speakor Byrd sald that the motion would bc entertained, and that he would record the name of the member from Rich? mond in the afiirmutive on the blll. At 12:1C adjournment was taken to i o'clock, on motion of Mr. Spartig. "Upon reassembling, a wait of an hour was made necessary because of a delay wlth t-ie Copimlttoe on En? rolled Bllls. .VTlfe tlme was spent in telling jokes and ln remlniscences ot the sesslon which has ended. The members were. leavlng the city ono by one, and only fourteen attonded, Mr. Cox moved that tho Senate bill ratifying tho Income ta\* amendment to the Constltutlon be taken up, and that Judgo Yarrell be invited to ad? dress the House. This member was not prepared to do so. He was In? stead appolnted by tho Speaker to as slst the commlttee ln preparlng the bills. On motion of Mr. Cox, $20 each was voted to the Capitol pollcomon as com? pensatlon for extra dutles. Geuernl Good Huinor. Mr Good moved that oll the monev left in the contingent fund should- be dlvlded among the members then pr. s ent. Mr. Stebblns suggested that thls resolution, which was adopted. should ho communicated to tho Senate, hut this was opposed by thn Speaker on the ground that the Senator from rtockinirham would then take it all for his HarriKonburer school. . ? Mr. Kwincr . was requeste,ivto conv municate the parting messnero of Mr. I/jve to the House. the member from -J-Unenburt-"having left slnce the morn? ing session. Mr. .-Iwtntr r.oealod ar eloauent address mado bv Mr. Love nt the last fr.ssion exr-lainlnc: why ht* rould not vote for a blll. He alsr eonveyed the retrarrts of tho strenuou. ."?erht-r of the Rtate Board of Educa? tlon to the House. At last tho enrolled bills annenr.i. nnd were signed, and at 5:20 thc For the Woman Who Has Beautiful Hair I (Now York Thcatrlcal News.) Tho bcauties in the Anna Held choru. ore famous for thelr pulchrltude Their colffurcs add a great doal tc tbeir charrns.. How thev can "munago' puch abtindancc of beauttftil tresse tlay ln and day out, keeping always thi fcaine wcll-groomed appearance, is bo ?yoi)d tho ken of the avcrago woman But. ilsten whlle I whl .per, theso glrl depend altogother upon dry shampoo l lng to keep their hair flno and glossy. They mix 4 ounces ot powdered orrl root wlth 4 ounces of tln.ro>;. and the aro prepared for a season's sliainpoo i.ng. Once or twice a week they sprln kle a tablespoonfui of this mlxture o the head and then bruah. tho powdc well through thc hair. That ls a there l,s to it, and they have escape thu bothcr and dlscomfort that accon imny washing. rlnsing and drylng tl* hair. togothur with thc danger < c'ltehltig cold. Thc wouderful results they achlc. with thoros copvlnces nm that lt iB tl only thing that can grow hair, fi their hair Ih long and abundnnt 1 ^ddltlon to beinjf Huft'y and lustrous. Thisisone of ournew Spring models, three buttons?-a sllght dip, roomy and comfortable but not loose. The shouldors an d front are all worked over by hand and moulded ao 'the coat will set close and flrm at the neck. The front ls interlined wlth the finest haircloth which is protected and retnforced, therefore no crinkllng or puckerlng. The cloth has been treated by the London Shrinking Pro cess so the "shrlnk" was en? tirely taken out of lt before be? lng made up. You will like this suit. It's a sure cure for "talloritis." $18 to $35. New, Spring Hats, Shoes, Shirts, and fancy Waistcoats to'give it the proper settlng. Succcssors to tho Mercbant Tallors. House, on motlon of Mr OUver, ad Journed to noon to-day. It Is hoped to be ready for flnal adjournment to morrow. Marshall B. Booker, clerk ot the Senate, was presented wlth a flno leather hat case, two "stunnlng" dress vests and some other dresa clothes cssentlals by the committee clerks of the Senate yesterday as a token of thelr regard for hlm. As? slstant Clerk Hanger presented the glft, whlle Clinton A. Boyce, ln a short, but feellng- speech, lauded Mr. Booker and predicted a great polltlcal future for hlm. In reply, Clerk Booker volced hls appreclatlon of tho gifts, and had pleasant thlngs to say about his assistants. The Senato has no "Senato of Pages." but James Pettls, Jr., of Norfolk, who Is smart nnd qulck, always wrltes homo slgnlng, "Tour Affectlonato Son. Senator James Pettls." The pages in the Senate feel the dignity ot that body, and would not vlolate lt3 tradl tlons by organizing a "fourth house." New nlcknames have been awarded to Senators Hart, of Roanoke. and Harman. of Richmond. They are known as "the undortakers," for the scl.ntlflc way in whleh they put the "kibosh" to the famous "roJllng stock blll," which would have taken away a small fortuno of revenue from thelr respectlve clties. Yet they stlll have the doleful look, however much thelr hearts are two-stepplng with joy. Nobody knows just when "ITnclo' Frank B. Watklns. Sergeant-at-Arms of tlie Sonate, began tho dutles of that offlco. Some say lt was durlng the 'admlnlstratlon of Andrew Jackson; others rlght after the war. However, he has courtoously performod hls dutles to the thorough aatlsfactlon of the Senators, and also of tho pages. who aro under his dlrectlon. The lat? ter gave hlm a box of real Havanas yesterday, and enough chewlng tobaeco to last until the next sesslon, "ln ap? preclatlon of hls klndness to us." Up in tho red-hot prohibition dis? trlcts thero are going to be many sur prlses when the* Senators there get thelr boxes of documents. The oflicial reports that nobody reads, the copies of petltlons for State-wtdo. the "wh prohibltlon-does-not-prohlbtt" pamph lets of tho booze barons. will be sont to the Senators In the boxes, labeled, "Ffno Old North Carollna Corn," "Old Blll Underholt Rye," and "It's Tlm for a Nllson Highball." This sort of encasing was not Intontlonal, but somo explanations wlll have to be fort. coming from thc distlngulshed repre? sentatlves. An excellent chango ls to be mado ln the halls of the Genoral Assembly. Tho committee on remodellng and re fixing tho hallsj has declded to open up the two false wlndows In each hall so that on elther slde of the rostrums there will be a blg wlndow. Thls wlll n\ean a lot moro llght. and ls in accord wlth tho Ideas of tho archltects. THE WEATHER Forocastj Virginln?Falr TuesUay; V. edue-Mlny, fnlr, wlth rlsluK tempera? ture; moderate northwest wlnd* North Carollna?Fnlr Tuesday; colder on coustt Wednesday, clcari .vnrmer l?? the Interior; uimlerule to brlKk uorthweat i.iiul... a * CO^TIONsTyisTE-tDAY. 8 A. M. temperature. i. Humldlty .;.?" }:? Wind. dlrectlon .*' .tvp?. Wlnd, veloclty..,, , ? ['''- w e?5 Weather -.'/' "ciear" 12 noon temporature. 50 3 P. M. temperature..' " 501 Maxlmum temperature up to 5 P. M. co Minlmum temperaturo up to 5 P. M.. .12 Mean tomporaturo . -to Normal temporature . 4U Kxcess ln temperaturo . u Dellcicncy ln. temperaturo slnco Murch 1. ss Accum. excess in tomporaturo . slnco January 1. 00 1 Dellcicncy in ralnfall slnco Marcli Accum. deilciency' in' raiiifalV since January 1 . jm (At 8 P. M., Kasteru Htandnrd Tlme.) Place. Th.r. H. T. Weather. Charlouo .,12 f,o Clear Ashovlllo . .!_! .2 Clear ? Moullo .,84 72 clai Atlanta . 48 ~^~TVi3 >.ciear New Orleans ... 0S .74 cioir Charleston . 56 r>? Clenr Augusta . 56 ?rt ^.iiar Savannah . 01 74 ' Clear Jockeonvllle ...70 .7s C'ear Tampa . <i0 72 o,bar J.uPlt^ ?. ?<5 78 Cloar Key West ...... ?S 73 Cleni Halelsh..42 54 Glear Norfolk .42 r.o ciear Hatternu . .is f,,s Cieui Galveston . 00 80 Clear MlNI.VTV-IB A l_M. 1NAU, c, . Murch 15, i,. 10. bun rlses.... 6:23 llir,H T1DI. hun sets..... i>:ifi Mornlng.., 7 is Moon setB....11:00 I.vening. g'U 110 ADVERTISING PRflVIDEO FOR 5tatc Appropriation Bill Cuti Out $5,000 for Exploiting RcsottrccS. heAthT fund is largest Lcgislature Allows $40,000 for Building a? Catawba Sanatorium. Until a very late hour last jnlght a swarm of men worked as liuslly as beeB ln the enrolllng room of tho clerk of the Houso ot Delegates. The appro? priation blll, after an all-day sei sion, rcconelllng the Senate and liouse bills With the roport of tho Com? mitteo of .Conference, reached thls room at 8* o'clock Thls measure ia not yet ready for the public. Each partlcular interest knows w'oll enough how it farcd, but to ono trylng to gath.r up all the ' ends from thoso aource3, without nccess to the blll, a comprchonslvc statement ls excecding ly difilcult. Among the smaller Iteni3 whlch went unnotlced at first. ls the cuttlng off of tho amount of $5,_O0 whlch haa heretoforo boen appropilated annuat ly for advertising this State, under the directlon of the Department of Agrl culture. During thc debat0 on the bill ln the House. the polnt wa\ mado that what was sald to be a surplus ln tho funds of tht" department could be uscfl-JLor this purpose. The publlca tlon pf tho handbook of the depart? ment has been dono with this fund. Large Ilenllh Appropriation, The State Board or Heaiih ha. $40,000 for the tlrut year. It ts fur? ther glven $40,000 for bulldlngs ant! Improvements at tho Catawba Sana? torlum, whlch has beon so much ln thc publlo eye durlns the past few days This ls expected to bo a most valua? ble ally in * tlie waifare against thc whlte plague ln Viigtnia. Tho board gets $20,000 for tho second yeaf, aml aud $27,000 for Catawba, for support, A blll of. far-reachlng Importance. whlch has received but little atten? tlon, was passej during the last hours of the sesslon, having already re? ceived action in the Sena:e. lt ro fcrs to baillng persons convlcted of crimc. The dlscretlon is left to the court, so as to allow release on bond to persons who have been convlcted, and who havo taken an appeal, and as 10 whom judgment has been suspend? ed. Most of tho Vlrglnia courts, it is stated, have held that they had no right to release on ball any person given a sentence Involvlng lmprlaon ment. Lawyers hold that frequently ball is not only 'allowable. but deslra? ble. A strlking instancc of such a case was presented about a year ago at Na'shvllle. ln Tenncs**ee a law somo what slrrillar to tlie new one in Vir? ginia is ln force. The Coopers, who had been charged wlt hthe murder of fornier Senator Car mack, were ln jall for months, held without. ball, when morely charged with the1 crlme. As soon as they wero convlcted thoy \vere relea3ed on bond, their ense now being before tlie Su preme Court on appeal. Dlvldiug Penslons. Just before the appropriation bill was voted on in the liouse Saturday night.a blll was passod whlch wlll ln futuro obvlatc the possibility of pen slonors who are property on the rolls being deprived of any help. Provlsion Is made, In case of a shortagc, for pro ratlng tho money received for penslons from the regular fund for thls purpose. Heretoforo the. claims have beon paid in full untll tho money was exhaustcd, wlth the result that quite a number re? ceived nothing during -the past' twe years. The Senate sterillzatlort blll dled on the House calendar. Thls measure was in somewhat different form from thc ono whlch was defeated on vote ln the House. Safeguards wero thrown around lt whlch, those who favored lt belleved would obvlate many of the objectlons raised. However, no one called it ur. under tho rule. Chairman Oliver, of the Commlttee on Enrolled Bills, is the only l^glslativc meinber who has anythlng to do. Hc has to stay untll all the bills are en? rolled. Mr. Oliver possesses the/dis tlnctlon of belng the only Housb mem? ber who has answered every roll call. Hc was always in his seat, scrutinizlng every bill, and paid. the closest atten? tlon to public business. Nothing got by hlm by any possibility. PEARY WILL IT SEEK SOUTH POIE Sitting for Portrait, He Declinei to Talk of Data Congress Wants. - - New York. March 14.?Commande B-obert E. Poary dccllnod whllo her to dlscuss tho declslon of tho sub commlttee on Naval Attairs, that h must go to Washlngton and submi hls data of the journey to tho Nort; Pole before tho uominlttce coulfi Pas on the questlon of giving hlm tho ran] and pay of a, rear admiiuj. lle wouh not say if he Intended to go to Wauh ington. The commandor also* decllned to an swer tho publli-hed statemont of Mat Henson, hls botly servant on tha Nortl Polar Journeyo, that Peary had neg lected to wrlte to hlm nnd also hai not paid for certaln photographs h obtained from Henson. / Poary was sesn at thq National Art Club ln Gramcrcy Park, whero h gave a first sitting to Louis Marl< tho Hungarlan court palntor, who ha crossod tho ocean especialiy to pain Pcary's portrait. Thu exptoror poso for moro than two hours. W. \n aske concorntng tho proposed Antarcttc cs pedltlon, the conimanddr sald: "I havo no doubt tbat'tha jolnt ex p.dition of the Peary Arctic C ub an of tho Natlqnai Geographlo Societ wlll start South next fail- Of cours the Roosevelt will ho used. . As t who wlll bo the leader, I cannot sn: except that I have decllnoa to tal. up thls work." Oonlj- One ?imOMO UllMXH" That ls I_AXATIYK BROMO QUININI Look for tho slgnaturo of K, V tWOVK. Usod tho World ovpr to Cut a Cold tn One Day. 'J.c. Popular in the Home! Because every member of the family can play at pleasure, the INNER- PLAYER PIANO Is immensely popular in the home. Thc years of trainr ing necessary to play the orainary piano is not neces? sary with the Inner-Player Piano. Wonderful, isn't it? Catalogue free on application. fjaldefimofja. "NEADQUARTERS EVERYTHISiS MUSICjM." immic for clue TO MEAT BOYCOH Prices Stay High and Crusade Slceps in Many .Cities. New Vork. March 11.?An Investi? gatlon to-day to learn what hns be como of "the great meat boycott of 1010" launched t?o months ago to bring the beef barons to thelr knecs and the price of thelr products down wlthin the worklngmen's reach, re ? vealcd that the movement has gono thc route of most noble crusades. and that tho objectlvo of tlio attack, tho beof trust. ls stlll doing business at tho old stand. The big petitions beginnlng so grandlloquontly, "I hereby pledgo my? self' to abstaln from all meats, otc," have disappeared, anrt the handsome womon who, after harangulng thc crowds ln nll of the publlc places of the clty and obtalnlng through most elosuent persuaslon thousands of names, have glven up the flght on the octopus. I'rii-ca Ulsbcr Ttinu Before. The price of all meat products ir to-day hlgher than before, and th' Eoef Trust la buslly cngaged in mak _he crusade. For a. few days, price; .rero lowered in some clties. but whet .ne supply ln the locnl markets ha. been reduced, prlces began to soar, untll to-day beef. lamb. mutton ane poultry are bringlng from 3 to 9 centi more a pound than tney woro quotec at- last December, whlle ,pork pro? ducts havo almost doubled ln prlces, Wlth tho $10 hog ln evldence in al) of tho big stock centres. thero Is no chanco for any reduction ln tlie price of thls commodlty for at least a year. Eggs and butter, however. are awa. down, and wlth the advent of good weather, which wlll cause the hens tc lay and glvo open pasturage to cattle, lt ls clalmed there wlll be no furthei panic prlces charged for dairy pro? ducts. f? Incldent ln Hlstory. Cleveland, O.. March .14.?^rhe Cleve land meat boyctt, whleh was tlie origl nal movement in a nnti .n-wld-'.-protcsi agalnst the high cost of llvlng, 1: now mcrely an Incldent of munlclpa hlstory and tlie prlce of hogs to-daj ia almost a dollar abovo tlu flguri current at the outset oC the antl-mea strlke. Durlng the meat' catin>7 strlko hee fluctuated wlthin tho latltu^o of . cent margln. Several small meat mar kots suspended business temporaril: and practlcally 100,000 worklng mei ahstalnea froi'n thc consumptlon o meat for a short perlod. A boycot of thc Cleveland llve stock market b: Bhlppers resulted and tho prlce of hog: at the local stock yards to-day 1; $10.50 agalnst $9.75 a hundrod welgh at the outset. of the movement. Al other products have rlson proportlon ately. Storage Eggs Jleld U|?. Boston, March 14.?-Four tons of coli storage eggs tompororlly withheli from sale and the possiblllty of ap polntment by Govornor Drapor ot t commlsslon to inquiro into .the hlgl cost of llvlng are the only resujts o tho meat boycott which wns launchei horo wlth songs and 6pee?hes and tlu slgnlng of thousands of pledges a fev weol-.s ago. Oratlons, resolutlona nnd indorse ments deallng with the crusade agalns tho high prlce of moat throughou Massachusetts have sunk to a whispei Similar reports como from all sectlon of Now England. and: thousands o pledges which wore algnedY promtslni total abstinence from meat for thlrt: days or more, havo evidontly boen on tlroly forgotten. Meat prices are a tho sale levol as beforo tho Inceptlo: of tho boycott and meat dealers re port the usual amount of business. Not au Kullro Fuilure. St.. Louls, Mo., March 14.?Althougl tho agltatlon agalnst the high prlc of meats that resulted in genernl boy cotts ls not attractlpg tho wido ntten tlon lt hold for a tlmo in St. Louit tnvcstlgation to-day shows tho boycot has not been tu fallure. Butchers say they bollevo those wh Jolned tho antlmeat movement ar standlng by thelr resoluttons, for sale arci stlll below normal, Prlcos slumpod sllghtly at tho out set, but havo now rogainod thelr for mer lovplK. Pork and poorer grado of boef have. advanced sllghtly. 1 vlow of thls fact,-nn inveatlgutlon I now on Into tlio charges! that loca packers aro ln a combino to oontrc prlcos. ' <\ "DEADW00D DICK" ILL famous Charncter llelne Cnreft F<>r b HU V'oriner Suboi'dlii"te. . Voulco, Cal.. March 14.?Rlohard Bul loclt, Iho orlglnnl "Ucadwood Pick," I serlously iu at tho Komo of Mtiyor Es klns, who was hls suhstUuto niessong. twenty ycars ago on tlio bulllon ru bctwoon Lead, S. D., und Omohn. Bulloek is Blxty-flr.i yours old. II has only ono eye. and t.lint aflllctlo gave lilm llio nlokmuno "Doadoyo ."<? foro hc caine to own, h)3 lutost sobrl IHU-.t. MOTQRING CAUSES Must Choose Between Fewer Rides or Less Hair, Says Dermatologist. Boston, 'March U.?Tt ls apparent from what Dr. C. J. WHito, dermatolo? gist at tho MiiBsachusetts Ooncral Hos? pital, says that womon must elther cut down the number of auto trlps or run the awful chanccs of becoming' bald. Tho noted attthorlty snys maiorlng ls bad for tho hair. "Usualiy women ncgleet to cover tholr heads properly, wlth tho result that they are compolled to take too many shampoos," Dr. Whlte sald to day. Waahlng tho hair und scalp once a month ls often enough for a skln whlch ls no.mal. A shampoo evory other day or so, or even onco a week, wlll produco baldness, and after a per? son rcacho.- twenty-flvc or thirty yoars of ngo lt ls hjiposslblo to cure abnormal falling out of hair." Tho problem is that, lf women want to go niotoring, they must completoly covcr the hnir, but that keeps out the air and produces baldness. SOME EASY MONEY Council Bluffs. Ia., March 14.?Ein* mett Tlnle.v, general counsel for J, C Mabrny and his assoclates, on trial ln the Unlted States Court for alleged ?vholesalc swlndllng by fruudttlent uso of the niails to promote flxed sportlng events, to-day cross-examtnod govern? ment wltnesses and brought out adinisstons that the wltnesses went tn the hcadquartcrs of the MUllonulros' Club wlth tho avowed purpose of mak? lng some "easy money." Incldontally, the gi.ivorninent to-day nncovored an? other "store" of the defendants at .Vllkesbarre. Pa., whero at least one vlctim. It is alleged. lost $13,M0. Vic? tlms from other places told of losses totaling $3,000. The prosecution to div placed in evldence many letters of Mabray in connectlon wlth tho testl nu ny of wltnesses. A. B. Brande. a lumber merehant of Grlnnell. Ia.. identified several lettori whlch sollclted hls presence at a sport Ing ovent In Wllkesbarre, Pa. He dc ollned. howover. to be vlcttmlzed. al? though he aCmlttcd they had asked him to furnish $10,000 for the proposed match. C. O. Newberry, or Argyll, la., testlfled to loslng $13,000 on two horse races at "Wllkesbarre. , He told ,i 3tory simllar to those rctlted by other'"victlms. but closed wlth tho stateniCnt that he "thought they we. . ..uch f^ne fellows and showed :ne sucii n f.ood time that I declded to pav my own expenses of 573, unil dld not ask them to relmburse me. They all >>e longed to church, and sald they ?lked me." Willlam Burke, of St. Louis. a plumbing contractor, reclted thc lo.s of 55,000 on a prlze flgbt ln Now O. leans. Harry Forbes was hls flgnter Firlios was In the courtroom. Burka ideiillflcd Mabray as one of ttte Mil licnalres." Burke said: "It looU<_c! crook-cil to me. but I bet my $5,000. VorOes was hurt In the second ro i,-d. Xlie Millionaires' recrtary, wh ? *-a? stakeholder, star'-ei for a doctor, :ind I ijcvei saw thc secretary or my money again. I packed my grlp and returut.t to St. Louis." Wlth bucksaws in hls dlgits and corkscrews in hls jumpcrs, the jocular Jcf. is getting ready to hammer tho whoy out of Mistah Jnck Johnson. After sparring three. rounds wlth a Durham bull and pumplng the lacteal fluld out of a tlock of forty cows, Oeft' scttlcs down to his dally routlnc, whlch is as follows: 6 A. M.?Arise3 and takes ice cold shower. Jumps out of second-story window and works up an appctltc by runnlng fifty mlles on. top of a rail fencc. comes home and puts on clothes. G:10 A. M.?Slts down to light broak fast, whlch conslsts of three dozen hard boilcd eggs, four steaks. threo gallons or coffoe, several loaves of bread and thlrty-sl.-; b'akod apples. Rests for ono minute. 7 A. M.?Chops 2,000 cords of wood. plows 1,000 acres, mllks all tho cows In tho nelghborhood and then starts to cllmb Mt. Quazop, whlch reaches to an altitude of 10,397,401 feet above the lovel of the soa. _To make th? cllmb worth while a. a means of taking off welght, he packs a ton of coal in each hand. \:j????? 0:13 A. M.?Boxes elghty rounds with ng many different trainers, wrestlos wlth Gotch and Borgor and poses for an army ot camcra flend.. 10:12?Studles part in the new comlc opera wrltten by Borgerl whlch wlll be produced after the big flght. 12 noon?Eats two wholo cows for lunch. 1 P. M.?Allows a nelghborlng butch er to givc him a shave ln order to get his faco accustomed to severe punlsh ment. Spends the next hour with hls ourgcon. 3 P. M,?Takes lesson on the kettlc drurn. JcfT Is vory fond or muslc, 4 P. M.?Moves tho pfcnno and all tho rest of thc furnlture out of tho house and back again. 4:30 P. M?Flrcs the cook. 5 P. M.?Gets measurod for a set of falso teeth to be prepared ln case ho sliould loso hls regular ones in the big flght; Moro road work till dlnner. 6:30 P. M.?-Ordors a banquet consist lngsOf twenty elaborate dlnners, and eats them all hlmself. 8 P. M.?Calls on old school chum and pays back a dlme ho borrowed twenty-sevon yoars ago. . 8:30 P. M.?Gives theatrlcal enler talnmont for tho benefit of tho Soclety for the Preventlon,of Clams ln Clam Chowder, Does threo hours' gyw work. Ii.:30 A. M.?Rotlres. Good-nlght! '..'.'? Natural Laxativc Water Speedy Sure Gentle Quickly R'elievcs CON8TIPATION What AUs You) Do you feel vreak, tired, despondent, have frequent he?d? aehes, coated tongue, bltter or bad teate in mprning, "heart-burn," belching ol gas, acid rismgs in throat after eating, s'omach gnew or burn, foul broath, dizzy apells, poor or varlable appetite, nsusea at lime. and kindred ?ymptoms P . II you have any conildernble number of the obove symptoma you ara suffering from bilious? ness, torpid llver with iadiftestion, or dyspepsin. Dr. Plerce's Golden Medlcal Dheovery is mede up of the most Tdlunblo medicinnl principlus known to medical seience for the' permanent curo of such abnormal condition** It ls ? most efficient liver invigorator, stomach tonic, bow.l * regulator and ncrro strengthenar. The "Golden Medlcal Discovery" is not n patent medicine or seorct nostru'mj ? full list of its ingredienls being printcd on its bottle-wrapper ntid attested under oath. A glance nt these will show that it contains'.no alcohol, or narm* ful habit-formiog drugs. It ia a fluid extract made with pure, tnplc-rcfined iJlycerlnc, of proper strength, from the roots of native'Amerlcan medictuV forest plants. World's Dispensary Medicnl Association, Props., Duffalo, IN. Y? Aged Citizen Dead Dlt. l.MMI-T XV. WEISIGEK. FUNERAL OF DR. WEISIGER Well-Kiioivn *.luin-li?'Hirr Mau to Ue j lli-.rled Tlils ."Mi.riilus*. Tho funeral of Dr. Emmct W. Weisl? ger, who dlod at hls home, 100.! Pcrry Street, Manchester, Sunday night. wlll take place from the home thls morn? ing at 11 o'clock. The interment wlll be made In Maury Cemotery. Followlng are the pallbearors: B. O. James. J. W. BronauKh. Judge J. H. In? gram. George E. Gary, Wllliam Gil? llam, Judge B. S. W'ltti Henry Harnl-h and J. II. Patterson. At Dr. Welalger'a request, thero wlll be no lionorary pallbearcrs. OBITUARY liiiier.it of ("npt.-iiu Butler. [Special to The Tlmes-Dispatch. 1 Brlstol,. Va.. March 14.?The funeral of Captain G. C Butler. the vetoran Norfolk ' nnd Western Railway con? ductor, who died here Saturday, wns conducted from tlie famlly homo this forenoon, wlth a large number of rail? way men from the dlvision in attend ance. He had been retlred from the service for ti number of years on ac? count of the conditlon of hls health. Mrs. Itoy Holmes, [Speclal to The Tlmes-Dispatch.1 Frederlcksburg, Vo., March 14.?Mra Roy Holmes, of Spotsylvania county. dJod at her home after a brlef Ulness of pneumonla, aged thirty-llve years. Her husband and four children sur vivo her. The body was taken to Cul? peper county for interment. Mra. J. II. ._iir_li.il!. [Speclal to The Tlmes-Dispatch. I Frederlcksburg, Va.. March 14.?Mrs J. H. Marshall, of Curollno county, d'ed Saturday at the home ln that county of her son-ln-law, XV. H. Vaughan, and 13 survlved by one daughter and two sons. lt. JI. Kord. [Special to The Times-DIspatch.1 -tfontvalc. Va., March 14.?-R. M. Ford died here Sunday afternoon. after an Ulness of sevetul days. He ls survlved by hls wife and four children. Mrs. Mary Stephcns. [Speclal to Tlie Tlmes-Dispatch. 1 Frederlcksburg, Va., March 14.?Mrs. Mary Stephens. formerly of thls clty, died yesterday at her home in Caro? lina county. aged seventy years. She ls survlved by thrco sons and ono daughter, all resldents of thls city. The rematns wero brought here to-day and interred in the City r.oinetery. Mra. Ailille Yonce. rsneeial to T'>e Tlmei-DIsnatch.l ,, Brlstol, Va., Mnrch 1-1.?Mrs, Addlc Yonce, aged thirty-olght years. wldow. ot John Yonce, of Radford, diod sud denly thls morning ut tho homo of Eye When Glassea ai i needed use thoso that wlll glvo correct vlslon .ind g. clear, steady eye. Our expert .service lnsures that which- is safcst and bost at lowest charges. Prescription work is our speciality. Complete optical manufaeturlng plant on the premlses. Mail orders rccelvo prompt at? tentlon. The S.Galeski Optical Company, Main and Eighth Broad and Third i KODAK HEADQUARTERS. -cmrrms eout>o; i^p Hmisehold Premium Coupon1 MARCH 15, 1910. NOTICE.?A complete set consiats of 30 cou? pons of consecutive dates. only one coupon of each date will be accepted in each aot. You can begin aaving on any date, juat so they are of consecutive dates from fhe day you atart. . . ? her father, John W. Einmert, here, Heart folluro was tho cause. She ia. survlVed by ono son. / I Viiitcrnl of Trofensor Sheppe. ISpoclnl toTlieTlmes-Dlspatchl Drlstol. Va.. March II.?Tho body of Profo_sOr R. H. Sheppe. who dled at Danville Sunday, wns hrourjht to Brls? tol to-day for burlnJ. ProfcsBor Sheppe was a promlnont Vlrglnla cducator, having had charge of schools here, at Big Stone Gap and Dnnvlllo. He ia survlved by hls tVlfe and ono son. Mra. Sheppe wns Miss Lella Eaton, of prls tol, a nleco of General Rufus A. Aycra. ?lolin Wolverton. [Speclal toTJieTlrnps-DlHpatch.l . Woodstock, Vn., March 14.?John Wolverton, a farmer, is dead at hls home west of here, at thc age of elgh ty years. Hc ls survlved by four daughters and three sons. Col. .lolm M. Hoi.nu. ISpeclal to Tho Tlmes-Dispatch. I ? Unlon, W. Vn., Marcli 11.?Jno. M, Rowan, aged elghty years, dled here to-day of heart disease. He was col? onel of the One Hundred rind Elghth Virginia Infnntry In the Confederate service and represented Jfonroe* coun? ty three times ln tho Vlrglnla L-mis lu tur_. He was twice In thc West Vlrglnla Leglsinture, belng Speaker ot tho House of Delegates ln 188". He was elected Stato Treasurer ln 189a. Colonel Rowan was a Ufe-long Demo crat, and waa tho father of Major An? drew S. Rowan, who carrled McKln ley's mes.aKe to Gnrcla ln thc Spanlsh Amerlcan War. He Ieaves a wife and flve children. The Interment wlll bo rnade here Wednesday. John S. Fleld. [Speclal to Tho Tiroes-Dlspatch.] Boydton, Va., March 14.?John 8. Fleld dled at "Prestwold," tho home ot hls son-ln-luw, A. L. Sklpwlth, yester? day afternoon. after a short Ulness. He was nbout elghty-flve yenra of age. Mr. Fleld served In tho Clvil War as flrst Ueutenant ln the Thlrty-elghth Vlrglnla Infantry. For several year_ he was lay reader ln St. Jnmes Eplsco pal Church. In thls place. He Ieaves seven chlldreti?Mrs. Lewls H. Blalr, Mrs. Austln Sklpwlth. Miss Jean Fleld, John S? .Ir., Dandrldgc, Samucl and. Hamilton Fleld. Ho wlll bo buried hero In St. James Church yard to-morrow. Henry O. .-.dii.n?>. [Speclal toTh*Tlmes-Dl_patch.l Bodford City. Va., March 14.-*-Henrv O. Ado_iis died stiddenly on Sundav nt the homo of his parents. Ho wa.s a son of C. E. Adams and brother of J. W. Adams, of Lyr.chburjr. and E F. Adams, of thls place. Tho funeral wlll be held at the Meth odlst Church on Tuesday afternoon. with Bev. Ernest Stev-iis ofllclatlng. 11. I- .Ie . .Ir. [Speclal to The Tlmes-Dispatch. 1 BlueflelU. XV, Va. March 11?H. L Jessle, aged forty years, proprletor of the !*'alrmont . and St. Paul Hotel. dropped dca.l yestc-rday morning." Ilei was burled ln Cleveland. Va. to-day. Mrs. Sarah ... Logau. "Mrs. Sarah J. Logan. wldow of Sam tiel B. Loguu. of New Orlcans, who made Itlchmond her home for several years, died at Bloonilngdale, Sorncr i-et, Va. The funeral s?rvlces were held from the home of Mr. and Mrs, Eustace S'. Golsan Sunday morning, March 13. The interment was made In Hollywood Cemetery yesterday after? noon at 4 o'clock. DEATHS RAN&DX?Entered into rest. ^londay, March 14, 1910, at 4:43 o'clock P. M., at her home, the Mount Vernon, Rlchmond, Va., MRS- HELEN F. RANSON. wldow of J. Frank Kan. ou, of Charlestown, W. .Vn., and daugh? ter of Ambrose Carltou, deceased. Funeral notice later. WEISIGER?Dled, Sunday, March 13,' at 8:15 P. M.. at hls lato resldence, 1002 Perrv Street, Manchester, EM METT W. WEISIGER. aged seventy two years. Funeral wlll tako place from resl? dence THIS (Tuesday) MORNING at 11 o'clock. Interment Maury Ceme? tery. (Juulltu-atloii*. tn Chaneery. In tlie Chaneery Court yesterday Edgar D. Taylor qualifled aa adminlstrator of tho estate of SIrg. Rebecca Cottrcll. Tho estato ls valu.il at $10,000, and ls to bo dlvlded among her relatives. _ ft. G. Mosolcy qunllfled as adminlstrator in tlio estato of Mrs. Cla.-a .Moshborg, *1,_00. Lcroy Brooks quallnod as adminlstrator ot tho ei-tato of l.llza J. Brooks. The es? tato Is sraall.