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RETURHTOELECT NEW SENATOR (Contlnued From Flrst gagc.) Icamcd that he had sald that ho hnd no iispiratlons of that sort. As a result of the early confcrenccs n" resolutlon wns passed by tho House directlng Clerk Williams to rdquest tha absent members to report as soon ns popslble, but this was not actcd upon by tho Senate. Further meetings ? held on thc subject npparently resulted ' In no solutlon, slnco acljournmont was merely had untll to-day, nnd thls would pcrhnps hnve been tho caso had thero been no outslde event. Ilenolution Oftcrcil. , Threo- sessions of tho House wero .licld durlng tho day. At noon the read? ing of thc journal was disponse wlth, nndt on motlon of Mr. Cox the chair was vacated untll 12:30, to glve tho Llcu. tenant-Govcrnor an dpportunit? to slgn thc last of tho. cnrolled bllls. AS soon as thc Houso met agaln. which was not untll 1 o'clock, Major J. N, Stubbs, of Gloucetter, offered tho .folowlng resolutlon: ? "Belng apprised of the desperate 111 ness of John Warwlck Danlel, United Stales Senator. and learnlng that hls , demlso ls momentarily expected, tho ??members ln attondanee upon the Legls lature of 1910 feel that they aro ex. ?presslhe- tho spontaneous wlsh of all Virglnians tfIn urglng tho Lcglsla'ture to.be In session in order that tho'rep? resentatlves of Virginia may be en abled, by proper resolutlon nnd by thelr personal presence,' lo pay the last honor to the last representatlve in national affairs who llnks Vlrglnta*3 present wlth her glorlous and splendid past. "Therefore, be lt rcsolvcd, That tlio ' clerk'of thc Houso bo Instruoted to . immedlately uso all efforts ln order ? that a sufllclcnt number of mnmbers . be present on Thursday, tho 17th. ta oxtend the sesslon ln accordanoe wlth 'the' constitutlonal provlslon for tlm ' extenSlon of tho scsslons of the Gcn 'eral Assembly." Would i_1e ln Stite. Speaklng to hls resolutlon, Major ? Stubbs referrcd to the desperate 111 ( ness of the flrst man in Virginia, her ^ost honored, citizen. ."Virginia," ho ' sald, "cannot pay hlm too many honors nor too much respect. Should hc dlo ' when the Legislature Is noi ln .Josston "we eahnot pay lils memory the respect which ls due hlm. We want hls body .to-lle ln Stato In our chambor, nnd We , want the members to gather around lt. We should bc ln sesslon whon hls ; splrlt takes Its fllght." '? Mr. McRae opposed thc resolutlon. He thought 1t a llttlo preniature. Ho <lld 'not think lt qulte soemly to bo holdlng memoriai sorvicos over a man who was i stlll llvlng. Ho referred to tho oon ?flicthig reports of tho past few weeks regardlng the condition of the sonior Senator, to whom he paid a high trlbutc. If thc members wore required to como back. hc argued. lt would bc at Rroat trouble and expense. Hls attention was called by Mr. Oliver to tho proposltlon that lt would Ijo lmponsUilc to get the members to KCthcr lt tho matter wero postponcd untll to-day. Contlnuliife-. Mr. McRae said hc dld ; not thlnk thc House should be called together and walt for the death of the Senator. lt dld not seem to hlm to ba ln good taste Thc proceedlng would be publlshod and would seem strange to the world. Resolutlon Adopted. The motlon was put to a vote, Mr. McRae apparently belng the only mem? ber of the fourteen present-who-votod no. The bllls havlng arrlved from tho Senate. they wero signed by the Speaker, and the House rose untll . _ o'clock. Major Stubbs was asked to communi-; cate tho resolutlon to tho Senate. but; . that body adjourned to 4 o'clock with? out taking action. Only three members were on that slde of the Capltol. Lieutenant-Gover nor Ellyson signed the remainder of the hills, this marklng the completlon of thls part of the work-of the Gon? eral Assembly. When the tlme came for tho after? noon session a commlttoe of confer? ence on tho sltuatlon met in tho Sen? ate cloakrooT^. . Present were all tho ' members of itho..t\vo ?'?houses who woro ' in slght. PbssJbtlitics as to gettlng a quorum present by to-nlght were dls? cussed, with tho result that a .ma? jority thought it could not be done, ?and that the best action undor the clrcurnstances would be to adjourn slne dle. Thls would have the effect ot puttlng tho questlon In the hands of thc Governor. Senate Ready to Quit. The Lioutcnant-Governor resumlng tlio chair, Senator Folkes movecLthat a committee be appointed to notl-T tho -House that the Senate was ready for nnal adjournmont. The motlon was agreed to, and Senator Folkes was ap? pointed to perform that dutv. Tho Houso was waltlng. It was 5:25 whon tho Richmond Senator appearcd wlth the message. Ho delivered lt. Mr. Oliver moved that the Houso adjourn untll 12 o'clock to-day. Mr. Kolting moved to ameud by maklnK 'the hour 10 o'clock. Thls was accepted hy the member from Falrfax. As a substltute, Mr. McRao moved that a committeo of llvo be appointed to joln wlth a similar committeo from the Senato to n'otlfy the Governor tliat the Goneral Assembly was roady to adjourn slne dlo. and to inqulre lt ho had any further communlcatlon to make. Tho substltuto was passed by on a point of order, and tho Oliver motlon was put. It was lost by a tlo vote? 6 to 6. Thc afllrmatlvo votes were: Bakor, Oliver, Noltinp:. Throckmorton, Tonoy and Bell. Thc negatlve: Cox. Casey. Harwood, Spattg. McRae and . Zlmmer. , Mr. Oliver called for tho ayes and hoos. The Speaker remlnded hlm that . this would absolutely stop . all husl r.esp. Rlsing to a questlon of personal prlvllege. Mr. McRae remlnded tho House that ho had not asked for a recorded voto or raised tho point of no qijorum when defeated at the morn Intr sesslon. Slr. Cox. referrlns- to the resolutlon rcuuestlnc- tho atteudauco of members. PUHELY Tho Bafest medioinos are thoBe whioh leave tha system ln the bost con? dition after their use. This is one of the prlnclpal virtues we claim for S. S. 8., Being made enttroly of roots, herba and barkp, lt la not in even the smallest degree harmful to any system, but on the other hand its veg etable ingredients make lt one of the fineat of tonlca to build up the health in every way. A great many blood medicines contain strong mlneral ingredienta which unfavorably affect tho bowels, atomach or djgestlvo sya tem, and any blood-purlfylng efiect they mlght havo is therefore oftset by the,lr injurioua aotion on the general health. 8.8,8.1s tho ono safe and aure blood purifier. It goea into tho circulation and rida tho blood of overy Impurity pr pollution. It strengthena tho ciroulation and adda nourlshlng propertles to tho blood and greatly assists la the cure of auy?blood disease. : 8.8.8. ourea Rheumatism, Oatarrh, Sores and Uloera, Bcrofula, Oontagloua Blood Fotaon and all llko diseases, beoauso it piirtfiea tho -circulation. 8. 8.8. may bo taken by young or old with absolute safety, and wlth tho -B.8sur8,nce that it will curo all diseases and disorders due to an inipuro or EoiAoced blood eupply, ovon roaching down and rcmovlng horoditary taints. iook on tho blood aad any medlcal advico freo to all who write, - -> VTHB SWIFT SPECIFIC?CO? ATLAHTA, GA. ?*?.*_-<.? -.???? -*___.__?; For the man who walks or the man who looks on, fbr the man who lu burled in busi? ness, or steeped ln pleasuro here's the'rlght suit from $15 to $33. .Without harping on dress? keep ln tune -wlth the times by Heeping in touch wlth Berry's. " . Our store ts the "Open Door" for the bestof everythjng Men wear. Take Hats. We don't confine ourselves to any one Spring Shape, or two. The three best American makes are none too many for us. Dunlap?Stetson?Berry. $2 to $8.. Nor do we stop with the best hats made in America. We provlde a hat thatto every Londoner represents the best in Engllsh hatting. The famous "Heath," $8. ____________ Still another dandy Engllsh hat?the Crush Tweed. For autoing, travelling -or ralny weather. $2. Spring Shoes are ready. Including the "Bunion" and "Cushlon" Shoes in' light weights. S8.BOtoS6.S0. Succcssors to the Merchnnt Tallors. whlch had beon reconslderod and pass? ed by. sald that lf no effort *was to bc mado to secure tho attendance of a quorum, he thought tho best thlns would be to adjourn sino dle. Mr. Oliver wlthdrew hls request for tho uyes and nocs. Thc McRae mo? tion was put and lost?1 to 6. * On motion of Mr. Oliver, thc, House then adjournod to 10:30 thls morning The Senato at about tlio fame tlmo, having failod tn socuro concurrenco ln lts dcslrc to adjourn slne dle, rose, on motion. of Senator Watklns. untll 10 o'clock to-day. FEW-PEOPLE GREET PEARY Explorer Dcoliuex to Dlacu-M Attlludc of Governor Brown. Atlanta, Gn., March 1G.?"I havo read Governor Brown's remarks about me. Doubtless ho ls wlthln hls prcroga i tlve ln expresslng hls vlews of mo and I my work. As a visltor to Atlanta, I dc I not caro to dlscuss tho matter furthei than to say I would not have permit? ted any engagoments to be made lot mo In At.anta or elsowhoro ln Georgla lf I had had the sl.'ghtest reason tc think I should bc regarded as persenn non grata." Thls was tho only answor Command cr Poary would make to tlve publlshec statements of Governor Brown, ir whlch the latter termed Peary as "fa ker" and decllned to lntroduce hlm ti an Atlanta aud ten ce. Mr. .Peary dellvered a .lecture here to-nlght. The Atlanta Audltorluni ?wlth its seating capaclty of 8,300, con? talned hnt a mere handful ot peoplt when Commander Peary began his lec? ture.. No ono was on thei platform witli the explorer except Edltor K. u. Seeley of tho Atlanta Georglan, who volun teercd to lntroduce Mr. Peary when hc loarnod of tho decllnation of Govornor Brown and Mayor Maddox. BLACK HAND AFTER SOLON ?"They'd Get Loat Sccklnjj My Home," 8aya Jeraey Senntor. Trenton, N. J., March 16.?Senator Jacob C. Prlcc, of Sussox county, ro ceived a Black Hand letter yesterday, threatehlng death to hlmself and mem? bers of /his famlly unloss ho wlthdrew hls blll for tho arbltratlon of labor strike., It was postmarked Now York and signed "Ex IS Cutc." A slcull and crossbones ornamented tho top of th< statlonory. Thowrltor took the stand that tho measuro was a blow at Amer? ican labor. An investlgation was ordered by tlu Senate, and tho post-olltco authorltlci Wlll bo asked to flnd tho wrltor. Sonator Price, a phys.alan, ls not worried by thfl-letter. He says u Now Yorker would become lost In tho hllls of Sussex county beforo he could flnd tho Senator's lioinc. -. LOVES THE $10,000 PAINTING Artl-t Siiya He Took MUlct'a Maater plece to Copy lt, San Francisco, March 16.?'Wllliam Kunze, a young nrtlst, was arrested yesterday whlle holdlng tho $10,000 painting, "Shepherd and Flock," by Millot, whlch was stolen last Sunday from tho Goldon Gate Park Museum. Kunze was arrested ln hls etudlo. After he was booked on a charge of grand larcony tho prlsoner said that he was lod to take the plcture by hls love of tho beautiful and a deslro to mako an a dequate copy. REGRET ACTION OF PRESBYTERY Petersburg Presbytcrians Were Anxious to Have Rev. Charles R. Stribling, WATERWORKS IMPROVEMENTS Work to Begin at Once 011 Nor? folk and Western Belt Line. Tlmes-Dlspatch Bureau, 100 North Sycaiuofo 'Street, Potcrsuurg, Vn??Marcli 10. . Very much rcgret Is o.xp. ossed hero al the action ut Lexlngton Prcsbytery yosterday in refustng to dlssolvo tho pastoral relations ol tho Rev. Charles XX. Strlbllng wlth hls churoh ln Wuyncs^ boro, to' enablo hlm to accopt a unanlmous call to Tabb Street Pres byterlan Church ln X'eiOi'Sjurg. Thls action of tho Lexlngton Presbytery ls llnal, as far aa Mr. Strlbllng ls con? cerned, and theru ls no appeal from Its declslon. Tabb Street Cnurch wlll, therefore, have to lbok elsewhere for a pastor, The church was represented by a strong delcgatlon at Lexlngton an'd an earnest appeal was made for Mr. Strlblingls pastoral servlces ln Pe? tersburg, but without olXect Iuntltutlon ot n Sisters* Temple. To-morrow evenlng in Pythian Cas? tle Hall tho Tompie of Pythian Sis? ters ln Petersburg wlll bo formally ln st|tuted by Mrs. Jennle Rice, of Portsmouth, oflicial orgnnlzor ana ln stltutlng oniecr for Virginia. Some or ai; of the degreo toam from Ports? mouth will be present to confer the degrees. and it is sald that thls team of Sisters can do tho work as well as or better than any Knighta of Py thlas toam ln the State. Tho occaslon is expected to be one of great in? terest ln Pythian clrcles, and delo gatlons from Richmond and othor cl? ties aro expected to be preBent. IuilirovcnicuU nt tbe Water Works. Tho clty of Petersburg has awarded to tho General Bloctrlc Company tho contract for lnstalllng a Worthlngton turblno pump at the water works, to take tho place of tho steam pumps so long in use. The turblno pumps wlll bo operatcd by electilc power fur? nlshed by the Vhglnla Rallway and Power Company, and wlll have a ca paclty oc 2,000,000 ga.lons per day, pumped at a lesser cost than by the steam system. Tho cost of tho tur? blno Is |2,S00. Work on Belt Lluc. The Sands Contracting Company, to whom was awarued tlio c.ntract for tho construction of the Norfolk and Western belt llne roa,j around Peters? burg. is arranglng t0 b_gin work at once. The line wlll run from Addlson, just west of tho clty, and run to Po. on the oast, ana wlll bo about seven mllos in length. Its cost for rlght of way and constructlon, lt ls said, wlll be over .700,000, the coitllest plece of constructlon for Its length of any work of the klnd east of tho moun-' talns. T.he company pal.i >high for lta rlght of way; it will, h&vo u great deal of conoreto and granite worlt to do. and all county roads wlll be crossed above the low grado. lliifttucsa Sold. The long establUhed Junk, iron and metal buslnes8 0f tho lato Ell Kull. on Old Street. wa? soid at auctlon yes? terday by T. Panni Va So^s. for the adminlstrator, and was purchased by Moses M Her, ot Newport News, on a hid of $4,650. Mr. Mlller wlll con? tlnuo the business, and besldes the stock of goods, g-et a line llbrary. Thc city sergeant i.as complatod hls work of Bitmmon'ng grmd and petlt Jurors and wltnesses for tho March term of tho Hustlngs Court, which bc gins to-morrow. Tho t- o most im? portant cases on tho d'eket to bo trlca this montii are those of Abra hani Mason. no*ro. for the murder of hls wife, and Junlus A. Wllllamson for : the murder of hls wlfe. I Pcrsounl nuil Otlicrrt-lac. ! Mrs. Rosena T. Andrews. wldow of Jacob Andrews,. dled at her homo on West High Stre'et yesterday evening. Sho was ono of tho oldest members of High Street Methodlst Eplscopal Church, and is survived by ono son? Orvilio D. Andrews, 0f thls clty. There wlll be no formal observance of St. Patrick's day hero to-morrow, beyond tho goneral wearlng of the sreen and a banquet to bo glvon by St. Patrick's Boneflcial Soclety at night. Miss Mary A. Baln akd Edward ! Frasior, both of Dlnwiddlo county, wern ' marrled at 10 o'clock thla mornlng at tho rosldenca of the officiating mln? lster ln thls city?tha-Rev. T. R. Reovcs, of WaahiiiBrton Street Methodlst Epls-' copal Church. Tho young couplo left . for tho North on thelr brldal trip. At Its meetlng last night Peters? burg Aerlo of Eagles, complcted ar I rangemenls for its momorlal exorclses ; to bo held in tho Academy of Music I Sunday afternoon. March 21. Tho Rev. Davld Kleln, D. D., wlll dellver the memoriai address, Steln's orchostra, ot Rlolimond, wlll furnish tho instrumen ? tal music, and an interestlng program THE WEATHER Forccaat: Virginia?Partly cl?udy TluirNday aud Frtduys qtodcrato tein peraturei llght io moderate west to north .vlnds. North Carollna?Fnlr and wanner Thuri-dnyj Frldny falr, light weat -Vllllll. CONDITIOXS YESTERDAY. S A. M. temperature. 28 Humidity . -70 Wlnd, dlrectlon .Northwest Wlnd, velocity ..,. 6 Weathor .......Clear 12 noon temperature.,.. 50 :; P. M. temperaturo..\.. Et Maxlmum temperaturo up to 6 Mean temperature . 40 Normal temperature . 47 Excess ln temperature. 08 Detlclency In ralnfall since March 1. 1.31 Aooum. doflolency in ralnfall slnoo January 1. .87 COADITIONS IN IMI-OUTAXT CITIB* (At S "P. 1,1., Eastern fitandard Tlme.) Place. Thev. H, T.. Weather. Charlotte . 50 Jaoksonvillo ... 52 Tampa . 56 Now Orloans , ,.'6G Moblle. 54 Wilmington .... 4ti Jupltiu*. 02 Atlanta .,. 54 Koy West. 08 RalolgU ...60 Savannah ...... 48 Charleston ..... Gu Oalveaton ...... 00 Hatteras ..,,.,. 40 M IXI.VI'T/IVI_ "aLMAVAC. ; Maroh 17, IW,,. Sun rlses.,;. 0:10 HIQH T.DH. Sun sets.,., u:ix Mornlng..,, 0:311 javmi eets...12:37 Evenlng.... 10:15 In Homes Where There Are Children THE JNNER-PLAYER PIANO serves a great purpose in de veloping an appreciation for music and a knowledge of the masterpieces which a child could hardly gain even witli much effort at manual playing. Liberal allowancc on upright pianos taken ln exchange. Catalogue free. "-.EADQUARTERS EVERYTHINfi MIUKAL. of voeai music has been prepared. Flvo members of thc aerlo havo dled slnco lts organizatlon ln 1901. The committeo of Eplscopal lnymen Is mootlng with gratifylng success ln colloctlng funds for churoh oxlensloi. ln thls dlocese. Mnny persons havo contrlbuted Ilb'erally to tho fund. Tho conditlon of Chief of Pollco R. F. Ragland, who wns taken suddenly and seriously 111 yesterday with evi denccs of sllght paralysls, Is without apparent change to-day. Ho rested well lnst night and Ih ablo to movo about wlth osslstance, but Is unablo to walk. Hls physician thinks he wlll bo all rlght in a few days. John J. Maher, of thls clty, Is 111 at tho Unlted States Tuborculosls Sana? torlum, near Johnson Clty, Tenn. At C o'clock to-morrow evening, at tho brlde's homo, Miss Cocll Beatrlce Mallory, daughtor of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Mallory, wlll bo marrled to Dr. Mariano B. Cabarello, of Porto Rlco. Mrs. Diantha Keech, aged soventy elght years, dled last night at tho homo of her daughter, Mrs. E. E. Crofoot, in Chestorlleld county. Thc body wlll be sent to Fond du Lac, WIscoiAsln, for burial. DISCUSS STATE-WIDE STRIKE Labor Leaders Con-dder dueatlon of Ordcrlnc Gcnernl Wnlk-Ottt, Philadelphia, Pa., March IC?There was an absenco of important develop? ments to-day in the strlko situatlon here. The statement lssued by the commlttee of ten to-nlght conslsts of a proclamation, modeled after the De? claration of Independence, ln whlch tho labor repvcsentavlves proclalm tholr lntentlon of malntainlng thelr llght on behalf of the strlkjng car.men. E. E. Greenawalt, president of the State Federation of Labor, reachod thls city late to-nlght, and together v/ith a number ot organlzers from varlous sections of the State, wero in confor _nco wlth Iho local strike committee. Plans for the proposed State-wldo strike wero discussod. The Philadelphia Rapid Transit Com? pany reported 1.225 cars in operation to-day, the hlghest number slnco the bcglnnlng of the strike. This had been announced as the last day on whlch the strikers would be laken back, but the labor leaders say thelr ranks are unbroken. The only dlsordor reported occurred to-nlght, when thrce-year-old Eugeno Plat was run over and killed by a. trolley car ln front of hls home. Tho motor man was roughly handled by a crowd that colected, but waa rescued by tho police. Learnlug that the labor leaders in? tended turnlng tho proposed St. i'at rick'a Day ma_a for tho Ancient Order of Hlbcrnlaus into a labor demonstra tlon, Archbishop Ryan stated to-nlght that the service would bo postponed unUl Aprll 9. Tho labor leaders. how? ever, say they will not change thelr plans, and proposo to hold a meeting to-morrow ln Logan Squaro, on wnich fronts not only tha Cathdral, but also tho resldence of Stato Senator James P. McNichol. Mr, McNlohol. who has been ln Florlda slnco beforo tho strike, ls oxpectod to return to-morrow. NODANGER OF STRIKE Both Slrtcs ln Kullroud Controversy Make Liberal Coneess-Ona. New York, March . 1-.?Tho New York Contral and Hudson Rlvor Rail road and lts controlled lines, includiut. tho Lako Shoro and Mlchlean Southern, Mlchifran Central, Boston and Albany and Big Four, reachod a taclt under standing this evening, after an au-day conferonc. wlth tho Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen and the Order of Railway Conductors, that thoro would bo no strlko becauso of tho . lack of concesslons. In tho noBOtiations for an increaso ln wages and ohanges in tho worklng schedulo both sides made Ilberal concessious, and when tho con farenco was conclijded both sides .loin ed ln a statement that thero was not the lea.it likelihood of a stril.e-. Thlrty-two members of the two unions woro ln the oonferenco wlth Vlce-Presldont and Goneral Manager A, H. Smlth and Assistant Genoral Man agers Bradfiold. of Buffalo. and Crow ley, of Albany. Tho terms on whlch they agreed wlll now be aubmltted to Prosidont W. C. Brown, of tho Central, and to tho board of dlrectors, and lt Is understood that thoy wlll bo ratl flocl. These torms wlll be accepted and put in forco on all of tho New York Contral lines. The result of tho conference, it was sald, would bo a mlnlmum inoreaso of 3 per cont. lo tho hlghost paid train-! men and conductors, and a maxlmum of 18 per cont. to tho lowest paid. Also many changes aro to bo mado ln tho worklng schedule, MhRHmBjI WOMAN LAID OUT BURGLAR Found Iniiin of Coal More EHlcnclous Thuu a Revolver. Plttsbui'g, Pa., March 16?Mrs. Georgo Blakely,' ol Sharpsburg, has moro falth ln? a lunip of coal than m a slx-shooter as a defonse against burglar... Whllo a man was trylng to brcak Into her llttle store, ovor whlch sho llved, sho took a lumn _r coal from her kltohen and, ralstng tho window nolselesflly, dropped lt on the head of tho lntruder. . When the polloe revivefl hlm he gave the namo of John O'Donnell. Ho had to have o. slx-lnch soajp woutid sewed , TO CTOB A COLD IN ONE DAT Take LAXATJVH BROifO QulnTna TabloU. l-ruegi-.d lotund money lf lt falla to curo, ?_*. w. QROViO'S -IsnutuM ?a _ach _o__ Sso.. BRITISH-PORTUGUESE ROW Iloumlnry UucMInn In f.nnt Afrlca CmiNcH FnlllnK Ont. . Llsbon, Mnrch 10.?Tho Dlarlo an noiinccs that a nerlous confllct between l'oitugiicso niirl tho Urlllslt omclalB cngngod In dcllmltlng tho frontlor hiis occurrod at. Toto. a town on tho south orn bank of tho Zambcsl RIvor, ln por tuguese East Afrlca, and that as a result llvoly notes aro now belng ex changed botwoen thc governments of Portugal and Great Brltain. MEMORIAL TO COLUMBUS Counteas Annle l.eary IMnna to nonnr Amerlon'H Dlacoverer. Now york, March 10.?Announee ment wns made last nlght that Countoss Annlo Lcary, of Now York, created a oountess by tho Popo, has mado plans to found a great momorlal to Chrlfltopher Columbus. It Is sald tliat land has been al? ready donated for tho purpose, but no further detalls were glven. Mri>. Slmtitcrninn Better. Mrs. Rtoplien H. Slmmorman, of Wytho county, who wns operatoil oa laat wnak at tbe Joliimlon-Wliy? Hospltal f<y a nrrloim trouble, Is much Improvoil. AlthouKh liorj rocovory ln expected to bo slow, her phy-j slolnns believo it wlll be sure. IRVIN JMES Ot' WOUNDS. I'nilcd to Sfnkp Any Stiitrmrnt Kegardlng l.'nfnrtiinnte Occiirreuce. fSpecial to Tho Tlmos-Dlapateh.l Danvlllo, Va., March 18.?I. L. Irvin, tho young whlto man shot hero Monday ln o room over a storo by Coles, dled tbls morn Inir at thc Oeneral Ilosrplttil. where he was laken a short whllo after tho unfortunatu occurronoc. All efforts to extrflct a statement as to how tho .tragedy happened proved futlle, althoueh sovcral efforts wore made to so curo a statement from tho dylng man. Tlio funeral wlll tako place to-morrow from the rosldonco on Overby Stroot. Coles. who has been In Jall slrfe. Monday, wlll probably bc glven a prolimlnary hearlng beforo tho Mayor in a few days. Twenty-Tliree Atjtos Burn Up. Camdon, N. J-. March 16.?Twonty-three automobllos woro wrooked by flro, which to-day destroyod tho garage of J. O. lucv.i ln thls clty. Tho losn, which falls on tbe Indlvidual owners ot tho machlnos, is estimdtod at }75,000. Tho lo?s on tho garago was small. ii ' > READY FOIl TAIUFF WAR. Cnuadii Prepared to Accept Sltantlon With United Slate*. Ottawa, Ont., March 10.?Canada has read between the llnes of Washington dlspatches that a tariff war wlth thc Unitod States is inevitablo and has ac? cepted the sltuatlon. The expectatlon ls that on Aprll 1 Canadlan foods wlll bo assessed at 25 per cent. surtax, and that soon afterwards Canada wlll levy a r,:; 1-3 surtax on Amerlcan goods coming into Canada. Tho admlnlstratlon ls derlvlng com? fort ln the crlsls from tho atttude of ts pollticai opponents. Germany ls preparlng to tako advan tago of the sltuatlon. Cable advlccs state that an army of lnvaslon. ln tho shapo of German commerclal travelers, aro propared to descend upon Canada and already thn country ls being llood ed wlth catalogucs from Gorman gian ufacturcrs Eng'ish houses aro alBo showing greater actlvlty. Canada ls meetlng wlth tlie success, lt ls clalmed, In flnding markets for commodtlos wlilch wlll be shilt out ot the United Statos by the tariff war. FIVE BODIES FOOT> TS DOC3E. Inznates Were Probably Sfu'dercd Nearly a Week Ago. Houston, Tex., March W.?Slain by blows on tho Head and plled ln confuslon ln a corner' of a llttle Bhack-ln Houston Heights, the bodles of Gus scnultz, hls -wlfo, thelr threo-year-olcl daughter and slx-monthi-old aon nnd Walter E. Hymann, a boarder, were found to-day by a deputy ahcrlff, who had been summoned by neighbors after no one could bo rouscd ln tbe bullding for nearly a woek. Tho murdors cvldently ocenrred lORt week. The house was locked and bolted and tho wlndows latched down. Nowbere waa there any tanglblo olew that mlght lead to the dlscovery of tho person who commltted tho deed. Nothing was found ln the room that would suggest a (lglit between the men. The slmllarlty of tho wounda lod tbo pollco to believo tbat all woro killod by somo person. who. hldlng the weapon, escaped after locklne tho houeo. News of Manchesler Manchester Bureau, Tlmcs-Dlspatch, 1103 Ilull Stroet. Tho Flrst Ward consolldationlsta will assemblfe in mass-mecting to-nlght at 8 o'clock at the hall at Slxth and JIuO Stree-s, at whlch many prominent speakers will dlscuss tho consolldatlou quostlon. Tho publlo ls Invited. At tho samo hour tho antl-annoxationlata wlll hold a meeting at Leader Tlioatro. TentU and llull atrccte, to whlch tho public is also Invited. Chief J. A. Llpacomb doubtless saved thc llfo of "Monk" Morse, a would-be suicide, Tuesday night by cuttlng tho pair of sus pondcrs with which tho unbalanccd man at temptcd to ond hls life. Although wlth ono ann in a aling bocause of a rocont injury, Captain Llpacomb aucceeded, but wlth dif riculty, ln frustatlng tho attempt just ln tlmo as-> the contortcd faco of the nuin showed that death was near, Morao Is well acqualnted with the pollco, and Captain Llpsoomb wns on tho watch, although without susplclon of any sulcidal attompt. Morao has slnco declared that he dld not know what ho was dolng, but sald ha was not under tho lnfluoneo of liquor, Morso waa given thirty days ou tho road by Mayor Maurlce yesterday on tho charge of a- theft of ?5. Ho llvos at 100 East Thlrteenth Stroet, and haa a wlfo and ono chlld. Aftor belng nn inmnto ot tho clty Jall for ten daya for druukonness and arrears in board, John Moarney, a raachlnlst, aged thlrty-iivo years, dled yesterday morning of alcohollo gastritlo. James Kearney. of Newport Nows. tho dead inan's brother, haa been notlficd of his death. Kearney was at ono timo an omployo of tho South? ern Railway shops and of tho Rlchmond branch of tho American Locomotlve Com? pany, - / Now* ban been received that Ivan L. Irvin, tho Manchoutor man shot by B. T. J. Coles ln Danville Monday aa the reault of a dlsputo, dled nt --,10 o'clock yester? day morning. Irvin received ono bullat ln tho tempio, ono ln tho mouth and on? Just ovor tbo heart, Irvin ls survlved by hlB wlfe, hls mothor. Mrs. Mary K. Irvin ot 1113 MoDonoush Street; four sisters, Mrs. FJoronca Mears. Mrs. B. T. Fuyntf, Mrs xv' J. Kelley, Mra T. H. Davls; two brothors! Lcsllo and Charles Irvin, and ono h*|f brothor, XV, A. Nunnally, Hls funoral wlll tako placo ln Danville to morrow afternoon at 8:30 o'clock. ' "Hogklng Valley _00_3," a big box car, whlch was damagod In a runaway tlight Tuoaday night, ls now ln tho Manchester shops for ropairs. In the Corporatlon Court of thla clty to morrow argumont wltl bo heard beforo Judgo Frank G. Chrlstlan, ot Lynchburg, ln rcgard to tho selectlon of a data-lor -ubmltilng the consolidation que-tloq boforo Manchester cltizena to voto 'upon. April 4 ta the. date suggested; An oyater suppor wlll b? glven Jn Wood-. land Holghta Baptist MUston to-nlght at S o'clook ln honor of 6t. Patriok's J)ay. A tacky party wlll be glven by ihg young woxnon of the West lSnd Church from 7 to 10 o'alock to-nlght at Cersloy'a Hall, $600 Uuil Streot, fjwansboro. Tlio Industrial Chapter of Moado Memo iltti Church will conduot a salo of home ir.ade desserta Saturday morning at 0 o'clook ln l-llmnn'B atoio, A large aaaortment of caitoB and candieB wlll be ou hand. Tho publlo ls Invited. -Tho Cholr <_ulldw-.il niwt to-morrow afternoon wlth Mr*. ID. O. Hill at ..;i)0 o'clock. Mr-. noi^r. RsUU and aaujhter, Helejul ?> THE DELICIOUS FLAVOR OF , Apollinaris Water COMBINED WITH TtB PERSlSTENT ETOERVESCENCB And Valuable Digestive Qualitics Accounts for its Ever Increasing Popularity ARRESTED FOR HIS SON rtttnhuris Man Acciised ot Llbel Itcnlty Dealers. Plttsburg. Pa., March 16.?Boo. of hls abillty aa a wrlter of toj songs, A, C. Stdin was arrested torday charged wlth libol, 'ana 1 was releascd under |1,000 ball f< hearlng lh court. Stcln's latest offort is "Tho A* Wlth tho Llars' Tongue," which ir bers of tho real estato flrm of Aa* son Brothers declaro ls entlrely personal in Its alluslons, and swore out a warrant for Stoln. I charged that Kteln had somo tro with tho real estato people and c posed a Bong to tho tune of a . dlng march and then hlred boys * lusty lungs to alng lt There w then bo a parado past or near ofllccs ot tbe real estato people. those complalnlng declare the w of tlie aong left no doubt as to \ waa meant. DEMOCRATS APPROVB BILL No Answer From Ilepubllean* i cerulng McCall Meaanre. "Washington, March 1C?Perry mont, of Now York, presldent of Natlonal Publicity Law Orgonlza issued a statement to-day saylng he had rcceived from Representt James M. Lloyd, chalrman of the t ocratlc Congressional Committee. surances of full support of the Mc blll provldlng for the publlcation, fore oloctlon, of campaign contt tlons and expeufics, but as yet had had any reply trom tho Republ committee to a letter he had sont quirlng tho Republiean attltude ln matter. "I havo recolved no reply 1 Chalrman McKInley, of the Republ Congressional Committee, to who wroto moro thati a week ago, lne Inp tho attltudo of hls commlt scia Mr. Belmont. T am awnitlng ? deep Interest a letter which wlll dlcate thc Republiean attltudo on McCall bill." i WHITE MAN ATTACKS WOMAN. Enter. Rijom Through Wlndow, bui rrtghtene-i Away by Her Screanu. Macon. Ct, March _?.-Wlthln two b! ot tho clty hall and ln one of tho - fashlonablo reildence soctlon* of Macoi attempt at crlminal assault was made nlght upon Mrs. J. C. Hanberry. a. y matron, who, wUb her husband, aro bo intr at tho home of Dr. Wllllam Cleve on Washington Avenue. Mrs. Hanberry was alone tn a room in rear of tho house, when her aaaallar young whlto man, suddenly Jerked opi wlndow blind and attacked tho woman. Exerctalng unusual presence of mind Hanberry aucceedod In freelng he.raelf ' tho groap of her aesatl&nt. Beveral a pants. of tho house wero altrootod by woman's ccrcams and hurrled to her elstance. only to ?eo thu departlng ton tho intruder, who boat a hosly oslt thn tlie wlndow ho entered, Tho young woman was prostrated by ahook. but was otherwloe unlnjured. A descriptlon of tho mon glven tho p talllea ao compietely wlth thnt glven ot aasatlant of Mlss Loulsc Wlllls Moi nlght that offlcers aro led to belleve the man who attokod Mra. Hanberry la aamo person. whn have been the guests of relatives. returned to thelr home In Princo Gft Mlas Marlo Du Val ls improvlng raj Miss Cathorlno Thomafc of Moblle, ls vlsltlng Miss Rona Reams. Roy LInton la ablo to be eut agaln. John Nokloy has roturned ta Now . OBITUARY Judge Wllliam G. Robertaon. [Speclal to The Times-DIspatch-] Roanoke. Va, March 16?Judgo Ham Gordon Robertaon, for tw years the leadlng lawyer of Roan and the flrst judge of the Corpora Court of thls clty, dlod last nlgh heart trouble: aged lifty-four yc Ho liad been in bad health for sev years. Ho is survlved by a wldow slx childrcn and fivo sisters and brothors, tlie latter bolng Mrs. H R- Gordon, of Now Yorh; Mrs, Al. Hlll, of Tuscaloosa, Ala.; Mrs. A Hanckel, or Norfolk; Misses Mary Bettlo Robertson, of Charlottesv Judgo Edward Robertson, of Roan ancl Dr. Llndaay Robertson, of Cl lcttesvlllc. His father was Judge Wllllan General Railroad and Steamship Oflice Rescrvations made and tickcts sold for all EUROPEAN LINES Baggage called for arid checked to destination. RICHMOND TRANSFER COMPANY J. M. DUNN, Supt. C. O. ALLEY, Mgr. Ticket Dept. Household Premium Coupon* MARCH lf, 1910. NOTICE.-?*A complete set consists 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 ?o they are of consecutive datea from the day you start. ;#lil!li?fja CHKiWEEV* ause lical yos later >r a ents tem ron too they :t is u bio ;om vod tvltli ould the and ords vhat Con_ Bol tho tion, that itlve )em aa :Call bo ?Ibu not lcan . In . tho from lcan m I itiir tee," wlth ln the ocks most n an oung ?ard land . the it, a _h a Mrs. from iCCU tho as n of ough the ollce ' the iday that i tho havo irg?. .dly. Ala., tVIU mty oke, tion t of iars. eral and two ugh mzo Uen and llle; oke, lar i 3. .Robertson, of tho Supremo Court of Vlrglnla. Ilo camo to Ronnokc ln tha town's early days, and wus elected judgo of the Corporatlon Court ut thu uge of thlrty-one, b-.lng tho youngus. man to secure a Virginia bonoli. ilo hcld tho Judgcshlp olght ycurs. Ho was a mernbor of tho last Constitu? tlonal Conventlon, and his nnmc waa proHonted for tho Attorncy-iUencrnl ship to tho Stato Democratic, Conven? tlon at Norfolk thut nomlnated Majoi? Willlam A. Anderson for that ofllcc. Judgo Robertson was widoly known as a lawyer and student. Mra. Vlrulnln M. Harris. ..[Speclal to The Tlmos-lJiBi.atch. 1 Harrlsonburg, Va., March 10,?A} telegram to-oay fromvSt. Louis, Mo., announced l-,e death of "Mrs, Vlrglnla, M. HarrU, wldow of Judgo John N. Harris, for many years Congre.isman from tho Seventn D.strlct of Vlrglnla, Sho lcavoa flvo children, Jolin T., oj llarrlsanburg; Graham II., of Chlcatro; Mrs. T. II. Macgucury, Mrs. S. XV. Heard and Mrs. Joim M. Buall, all of St. Loins. Burlal wlll be mado ln Harrlsonburg. Mra. Asbnry CofTrotli. [Speclal to Tho Tlmes-Dispatch.. Suffolk, Va., March lfl.?Mrs. As? bnry - Catherlno Coffroth, olghty-two yeais old, dloj here to-day at tho homo of a daughter, Mrs. R. Edward. Norfleet. She Is survlved hy one other daughter, Mrtf. Edward B. Scutt, of Plttsburg. Mrs. Coflxotli' renldcd In Baltimore flfty years before moving to Suffolk. .Tes__ K. Klutz. - [Speclal toThoTlmes-DIspatch.l Sallsbury, N. C, Mar<_h 16.?Jcsso K, Klutz, aged steventy-nlno years. a prominent COnfederato voteran. droo ped doad In a Hold at hls homo nenf Sallsbury yesterday. Ho was a far? mer, and ls survlved by flvo daughter* and three sons. Heart fallure Is said to have caused hls death. Le.vla O. !->?.?(_<.nlierger. Lewls O. Schonbergcr dled at hi.<j home, 511 Loulsiana Street, ye._ter day at 12;30 P. JL, after an Ulne__ of two weeks. Ho was a valued cm< ployo of tho lower gas workc Ilo loavc3 a wlfe, slx children and ona slster, MIsu Ondle Schonbergcr. Mra. Ella Sale. [Speolal to The Times-DIspatch.1 Frederlcksburg. Va., March IC?Mr.-. Ella-Sale, wldow ojf Robt. O. Sale. of Orange county, dled yesterday at tho home, ln tha* county. of her nlecc, Mrs. Robt. O. Halsey. Mr?. Sarah S. .Valtball. [Speclal to The Times-Dlspatch.I Pocahontas, Va.. March 16.?Mrs. Sa? rah Shlrkoy Walthall. tho aunt of Mra. Ooorffe II. Landon. of thls clty. ditd at Glen Wllton, Va., Sunday. Sha ?was the wldow of T. D. Walthall. ijiio wa_3 sevcnty-slx years ot bbc. II. M. Wcbb. [Special toThoTImos-DIspatch.l Norton, Va., March 16.?B. M Webb dled here laat night of heart trouble, doath ensulns about twenty-four hours after ho was strlcken. He was about flfty years -old, and Ieaves a famllv. The romalns wlll be taken to his for? mer homKat Whltesburg, Ky., for burlal. DEATHS SCHONBERGER?Dled, at hls hom*. 511 Loulsiana Street. Marcli 15. 1910, at 12:30 P. M., LEWI8 O. SCHON? BERGER, aged forty-four years. Funeral from Denny Street Church TO-DAY at 3 P. JL Interment ln Oakwood. Mudlarla?Nature's Treatment where you batha In black, soft mud that drawn out pain and polson. Thousands cured. Big Hotel?open oll year. Send for book. B. B. KitAMER. Pres., Kramer. Ind. S HEALTH INSURANCE The man who insures his life is wlse for his family.. The man who insures his health is wlse both (or hls family and himself. . You may insure health by guard* ing it. It ls worth guardlng. 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