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correct sltuatlon. The Governor wlll Appoint, Not only lo pollllclans, but to ihe jiubllc geticrally, tho dcsporatO lllness of tho nenlor Senator hns boon ot In i(!tisc Interest. Inqtilrles ns to hls ? condltlon are eoneUmt; oxprnsslona of sympathy aro heard on evory liand, ond newfipapor offlcesi nro heslogcd ?wlth inqulrlce. "what nows from ?Florlda." is tlio quostlon on every Ilp. Po.'slblo compllcfttlons havo heen largely In tho mlnds ot tho n.embers of thc Legl._laUirc. It was quickly recognlzed thnt should thc lllness of Major Danlel result fatally, of which thero seems to bo practlcally no doubt, tho Democratlc prlmary of noxt year will declde two senatorshlps Instead of one. Thc ndjournment slne dle In the mornlng by both bodles wns In? tended to end tho leglslatlvo day, and, Rlthough ono or more members dtf ' fered as to tho effect, it was under? stood that inasmtjeh as thore was no posslblllty of gettlng thc nltendanco of a stifllcicnt number of members to ? allow of posltlvc action. It would bo ? hest to put thc whole matter ln the hands of tho Governor. Short aml Long Terms. ln the event of a fatal tcrmlnatlon nf the illneBs, Governor Mann would nppolnt flrst for Ihe unexplrcd term, w-hich ends on March 4 of next year. Thc ncxi. term would begin at onco, nnd an appointment for thls would talsobeprobable, for even lf there ls no txtra sesslon there will bo two months of work ln Congress ln December, 1911, and January, 1912, before tho next J.*. glslature could act. Besldes, a I member of Congress. far more than a mombor of the Legislaturc can bC of no service In vacatlon tlme. Thore are. of course, no candldates for the senntorship. There is no VI r ginlan, sald all those who dlscussed thc matter yeslerdny, likely to bo the cholce for this ofllce who would con ..cnt to allow tho use of hls name in i thls connectlon whllo the honored I citizen who now holds the posltlon is on his deathbed. Howover. there ..is nothing to prevent speculatlon of all . sorts. So far as could be learned, no namo has been added by the guossers ' to the llst as prlntcd yesterday morn? lng. "Elther Swanson or Flood or Byrd." was the generally expressed , oplnlon. Wlll Be "..llKhtlly Mlssed." New York, March 17.?Senator Stone. of Missourl, was vlslbly affected when lie read the news hero to-day of Sena ' tor Danlel's flght for llfe. "It seems that death ls claiming our . old-tlmo Southorners rapldly," he said "Morgan and Pettus, of Alabama, aro gone: Bates is no longer with us; Mc Laurln has paid hls last debt to na? ture; Tlllman ls eorlously 111; thc scholarly Money ls soon to rotire be? cause of lll.liealth, and Ctilberson ls , by no means a well man. "All those who have gono before and 'those who ara absent because of lll? ness are mightlly missed, Sny son, mightlly missed." SII iHMl. MEET , ln an tiu_.Hort.un well filteil for the !j ? purpOBC, Ih<_ First .Virginia Roglment J , eclebrated St. PatricV_'s nlght ln the greatest Incloor meot ever hej.ri v>y the 'companles rcprcsontlng the Richmond V battallon. I,ynwood Payne, ot Com? pany A, was an easy winner of tho meet on'polnts, and tho only disagree able feature was an effort,on tho ? part of thoso entered agalnst hlm to . bar hlrp -ffdnl. entrance. This effort : . was riot. inade until he had shown hls suporiorfty ovor "all othor athletea entered. The,. complalnt was on tho . Frround that lJayne is not properly cn Ustod. ;?..,' ' '. Payne ran wjth the reglment relay team in tlxe Richmond Colloge games, and aside from thls his right "is sus talned by Major Prlce. Payne stood an almost perfect physical examlna? tlon befO_r6.-.-:,the games opened last ? night. aiid hlh enlistinent papers we? ll produced a.Ur evldence of hls rlght by ofllcers of hls company when tho coni : plalnts wero mado. Several ofllcers of : ' other companles sald boldly Inst nlght a that they will cpntest the prtzes ha , < won; hut when asked tho ground3 of I complalnt, thero was practlcally '? excuse offered. ' Thc wrestllHg. matches were inter | esting; but ip'eftoh t.i'e winner floored j bis man In less'thap two minutes. Tho T -dlsappolntmont wan that Polley, who ?was expected to star, was a second 8 ? rater by tho slde o? tho star, Payne, ?j.?? and won fow flrst places. Polley's / friends say hp was not at hls best; but / in cventa ln whleh Payno was not en x tered he generally came In'flrst. Sum A maries: i ? First event?wrestling?H. B. Koenlg won from M. S. Wlldboro in 1 mlnuta ? and 20 seconds. ;c Second event?flftj--yard dash? W Krausse, first; Koenlg. second. Thlrd event?one mlle run?-C. Schlf 11, . ter. first; C. Carter, second. Fourth event?fifty-yard hurdles? 'fi Payne. first; Polloy, second. jTt Fifth event?heavy marchlng order K relay?Company C, flrst; Company A, 5* p.econd. ^ Slxth event?twelve-pound shot put at ??L Payne, flrst; J. M. Campbell, sec ,t< ond. ,_,' Seventh event?sixteen-pound shot Jjj put?L. Payne, flrst; Koenlg, second., Bl' Eighth event?SSO-yard run?Payne, ci flrst; Koenlg, second. i pi Ninth event?50-yard high hurdles? ] cf. Polley, flrst; Kelm, second. . ?W Tenth event?Klandlng broad jump? i L Keim. nrst; Campbell, second; elght "( feet four Inches. \ Eloventh event?fina.s, 50-yard dnsh j ?? Payne, first; Krausse. second. t Tweltth avent?wrestling match? i Won by Herbert against Koenig- in j ?ne mlnute and forty-five seconcis. ]| Thlrteenth event?runnlng high i Jump?Campbell, flrst; Polley, second. a Fourteenth event?1.0-yard dash? 4 I"ayne, first; Berg, second. ? Fifteenth event?three-leg race_ r) Won by Btbba and Gordon, of Com p pany C; Harrlson aud Campbell, ot >< Company C, second. ". Slxteenth event?polo vaultlng? .?' Kelm, flrst; helght, 7 feet three inches. ls Seventeenth event? potato race?Won hj fcy Polley; Blbb,. second. JjV Elghteenth evont?relay?Won by ib"1 Company A (Polloy, Krausso, Payno ?al and Kelm); Company c. second n I._ I HoocTs Sarsaparilla Cures All Sivrlng Aliiucnt*. Mrs. Ma-rton Brucc, Cumberland 9le., writes; "I have taken Ituod'i *5ariia.parll!a for a great many years . and I think It-tha best blood tnedleln . 1n the worid. i talte it both sprliip an' IXaU. This last winter and spring I ."*wa8 ln very poor hcaith. I wtt9 weal ; ana had lost all my appotltc, an,C i'wa ?J. ?:i run down. Ah soon ax X began t ill take llood's Sarsapai-Mla my strenifi e&rno buck and roy appeilte returnei I am nag. well, ilo niy housework, un ;-j tio longer havo that tired feoiing," ? Got lt to-duy ln usual llquld form c ' jphocolatecl tabk-la caUvtl J.ui_utub_-. EASTER GREETIN6 Is thore a boy or glrl ln thls town -who ls not going to have something new to wearat this Easter season ? Here's everythlng lor your boy Irom hats to shoes?swell, man-ta 1 lo red Coats and Reelers lor girls and misses, and everythlng in the correct New York style. The varlety in Suits, Reefers, Overeosts and furnishlngs is too extenslve to describe ln a newspaper notice, but we cor dlally invite you to look over our new assortment. . We promise you courteous attentlon whether you look or buy. Yes, Ma'am; we have the new Spring Mlddy Blouse for girls. FInest quality, $1.25. Does your boy stoop? Is your little glrl hollow chested? "Nulile" will quickly restore them to a healthy vigorous physlque. Maybe your own shoulders are not as square as they used to be. Then you needa "Nulile," too. It works wonders for man, -woman or child. ??Nulile" complete, $3.00. IlluBtrnted booklet about' "Nulife" upon application. -M?N__ BOYS OUmrTEFS ALL-NISHT FIGHT ineoitEnr lEUIiil CANNON (Contlnued From Flrst Page.) sald committeo of three ln Us re? port. __dch of sald groups shall report to-the liouse tho name of ! the member selected for mumbcr ] shlp on the Commlttee on Rules. I "The Commlttao on Rules shall j select lts own chalrman; the j, Speaker shall not be ellglble to j ' membershlp on sald commlttee. All rules ur parts thereof lncon ! slstent wlth the foregolng resolu? tion are hereby reji?^Jed." Over a matter coitfparatlvely trlvlal In itself, tho "lnsurgents" found their opportunity to get a test of strength wlth the "organizatlon." It occurrod over an attempt by Representatlvo Crumpacker, of Indlana, to seuuro con? slderatlon foi- a resolution amendtns tho census yet. Practically, no mem? ber of the House opposed the resolu? tion, but It was contended that the method used in brlnglng lt up tran scondcd the rules ot the House. Cnuuon liculen Aguin. Speaker Cannon yesterday"- ruled against that view and was^efoatcd. Tho questlon camo up agaln to-day nnd tho-Regulars belleved they had mustered sufliclcnt strength on the Democratic side to roverse yesterday's action. Thc vote developod that they had been mlstaken or decolved, and tlio Cannon foreos wero beaten ngaln The second vote occurred lato in the afternoon. Tho effect waa startllng. The "taste of blood" seemed to Infurl ate thoso who had long* frettod under tho restralnt of, organtssatlon rule. In surgent Ropubllcans and Democrats swarmed to common battllng ground and through tho leadershlp of Iteprc nentativfi Brown, of Nebraska, made a concerted movement against the Re? publlcan rules. Reposing ln Mr, -Corrls's desk had been tho resolution prepared at the boglnnlng of tho prcsoiU session, pro? vlding for the nppolntiTient of a new Committeo on Rules, to consist of flf teen members and to whloh the Speak ^"HE WEATHER" 1 orecasiti Vii'sinln?I-alr Frlday | Mowly rlslng tempernturc; Saturday, falr nnd .vnrincri lljtlit, vurlulile winds. XortU Cnrolinu?1'alr FrlUny n_>d Saturday; llght, vurlablt. vrlnds. CONDITIONS YESTERDAY. 8 A. M. temperature. 4*3 Humldity. 60 Wlnd, dlrectlon. .....South Wlnd, voloclty . 3 Weather .Cloudy noon temperature. 3 P. M. tomporaturo. Maxlmum temperature up to 5 P. 31. Mlnimum temperature up to 5 P. M. Mean temperature .,. Normal temperature ... i. liseess in temporaturo. ..Excess In temperature slnce *? March 1. Accum. oxcesa ln temperature _lnco January 1. Doftclency ln ruinfall Blnco March Accum. (lei'lclehcy' iu rainfall'iince January 1. 1.17 .84 (-OXniTlONS IN IMPOUTANT CITIES. lAt 8 p. M., Bastern Standard Tlme.) Placo. Ther. H. T, Weather, Clmrlotto ...... GO Ual.lgli . CO Atlanta ., Cl Moblle . RS Ai.:.evllle ,..,,, 61 Kc-y West. 68 Bavaunali . 00 Tanipu . 00 Now Orleans ,., 83 Norfolk . D8 llatteras . 68 Cltuiieston .,.S US -S C_ 68 00 70 70 00 R. 0'. _. Clear Clear P. cloudy Clear Cloar Cleur Cletu Clear V. cloudy Clear Cleai Cloar .IWIATl/nu A1.MANAC. March 18, 1910. Sun-rlaes.... 6:18 IHOH TID13. Kun seta.,,.6.19 Morning... .10:31 M.-tt BtiU,,. 1:80 Kv?Blntf.,..ll:_: As a Cadet Before the JVar ITXITBD STATES SENA TOR JOII.V W. DAXIEL. er would bo inellglble. Tlio Nebras kan had the resolutlon handy agalnst the posslbihty of a tltne .coming that .vould mako it useful. He selzed the jpportunlty and flurig tho gage of Dpen battlo into tho arcna. Tho pre rlous dlsastrous results made tho Jatinon forces wary und they imme Itatcly began "sparrine for time." lt was ovidt-nt on every slde that the jrgantzatioji was ilgutlng for Ua vory iixistence. Thc conlllct was on a plano llfferent from any that had been held ln the past. It appeared that tlio po iltions had been reversed. The ene my had presented a ?olid front and there wero wide breaches in the Reg ulars' ranks. Au Eudurancc Contest. Tho Reguiars deelared that tho N'orrls resolutlon waB not ln order, but they had.not the votes to enforco thelr posltlon. At tho same tlme de? bato on tlils point could not be llm? lted. and the flght resolved itself into au endurance contest, with the Rcgu? lars behlnd tho. breastworks and the Insurgents and Democrats the beslcg lng forco. ? i Thc best orators on both sides ap? peared ini the debatc. The v6ry fact that so. many .members wanted to talk mado it all the easicr for the Rcgu? lars to koep up' tholr flllbuster. Even Speaker. Cannon 'took parf ln the dls? cusslon. ? ' After listenlhg to the abuso of hls power for 'several hours, he flnally ap? peared bn the.iloor and, in direct an sw'er to a speech of Mr. Cooper, ot Wiscorisin, ttefended his action ln hav? lng demoted ln committeo seniorlty aritt from chalrmanshlps such men a;. Fowler, of New Jersey; Cooper, of Wisconsln; Murdock, or Kansas, and others. He placed tho responsiblllty for thelr punlshment upon thelr rocal cltrancy ln the matter of party meas? ures, montloning in partlcular tho at tltude of the New Jersey members on tho emcrgeney currency law. ln IlnndM of Speaker. Representatlve Underwood, of Ala? bama, who, with Representatlve Champ Clark. had been ln charpe of the flght conducted by the Domocratio forces throughout tho day, said at 10:30: "It is apparent that we can do noth? ing- until the Speaker rules on the point of order whlcli is pending. The House cannot compel hlm to rule.. w< are kecping our members hero, and the victory to-nlght would rest with tho side best able to hold Its men fot a vote. But in any event lt is evldent that a majority of the Hous? tavon amendlng the rules, and we can bring lt up agaln to-morrow or any othei day." The flght agalnst tlmi* ls in tht hands of tho Speaker, and he alon< can stop li. It is certainly a mosi remarkable sltuatlon Where a malorttj of the House, led by the Speaker hlm self malntalns a flllbuster llko this. Roprosentativo Pwlght, the Republl can whip, at tho name time annnuncei that seventeen Republiean nbsentoo; who wero unpairod wlth Democrat wore on tho way to Washlnerton. "They aro 'coming; from New Yor? Philadelphia and more dlsto.nt polnts. ho sald. "Some wlll arrlvo hy mld night, others not untll ' ta-morro-i. Wlth these addltlonal votes wo hop 4;o stem the tlde." .' *-*-T.fe*-Speakcr wlll not rule on thi questlon.?at least, not for a whllo, Mr. Dwlght added wlth a sig^tflcai. smile. No Wnralng Glven, Without a noto of warnlng that s radical a proposltlon wou^d be brough up wlth the apparent support ot a ma jorlty of tho memborshlp ot the Honst Represontattve -Norrla. of NebraskJ lato ln tho afternoon obtalned the floo and offered a resolutlon for a chang ln the rules. of th? House-; For several months tho "Insurgents had'boen looklng forward to thls cul mlnatlon of thelr efforts to undermln or dostroy tho powor of Iho Spoakei hut there had been llttlo / or n thought of any posslblllty that th battlo for ascendancy would so soo: be fought. Mr. Norrls in3lsted. that tho languag of tho Constitution ?ave hla meaHiir thc same prlvlloge that Speaker Can non had clalmed for a resolutlon re latln* to tho taking ot tho census, TI askod that this resolutlon ho placoi beforo tho Houso at once. On both tho Ropubllcan and Domo cratla slde?i nearly evory momber wa tn hls place, and all reallzod that a last tho "Insurgents" wero locklm horns wlth the regular RepubllcanH fo what mlght provo a death wtruggh On both skleB of tho Houho th "whlpH," roalizing the nocosslty of ob taining tholr full voting strength, pu ln motlon all tholr reaourcea for th tmmmonlng of abnont tnomhera. Telo Only One "BROMO QVWWK." tb?f l Laxative Bromo Quih_iu Con* ? CoM to Ono D?y. Grtpn 3 Day &<&j& on ?v?ry ^W*V>* **? grams were sent lo thoso who wero aosent on leave and had left tho city. Taxicabs were oracrcd to mako cjuicK trlps to tho hoteis and resioences of tho few members lcnown to bo ln Washlngton who wero not on. band. Ualierle.. cro.vucil. The newa ot tne inipenoing atrug glo soon spread about tho city, and tho galieriea that had been but half Hlled becamo crowded. Mr. Is'orrls, whoso seat ls on the Democratic _i<ie of tho chambor, ap pcaled to the Speaker tor a ruling ln favor .of tho Immedlate conslderatlon of .hls resolution. He inslsted that the time had come for action by the House, so that it might take into lts own hands mattera affecting legislation. Tho aaltude of the Democrats to ward the movement, so suddenly put under way, was made evldont by the prompt lndorsement of Mr. Norrls's contentions by Mr. Underwood, of Ala? bama, and b>* Mlnority Leader Chani. Clark, of Missourl. Mr. Underwood inslsted that the language of tho Constltutlon made tht Ncbraskan's resolution a matter of tlu hlghest prlvlloge. Mlnority Leadei Clark remlnded the Speaker that h< had once sald that the House could dc anythlng lt pleased, even to tbe elec? tion of a new Speaker. "The Speaker has sald that an clo phant could be put. through the Housc If tho House so desired," shouted Mr Clark. "The Syoaker." sald Mr. Cannon, who had until now watched the pro? ceedings in grlm silcnce, "would bi prepared to rule on that qucstlot whenover any gentleman thlnks tha the mlnority haa become tho majorlty But that presents nn entlroly dlfferen questlon from the one now before us." "'If wo cau change the Speaker,* ehouted Mr. Clark, "why can't we change thf. rules?" Deafenlng applause on the Demo cratlc side -was ovoked by thla ro mark. Caunnt Trust Commlttee. Mr. CiarK, Oj.ptiotng any Buggestloi that the resolution be reierrea to thi Committeo on ItiUes, declared tha that commlttee. conslsting of throi Republlcans, Including the Speake and two Democrats, could not b truuted wlth a measure curtalllng It own powers. The Republlcan majorl ty of one on that commlttee was a great aa thelr majorlty in tho Housc "and." he added, amid laughter, "mor rellable." "If you waut to chango tho rules, nhouted Mr. Clark, looklng over th Houso, "now is tho accepted tlme." When tho ayplauso had subsided Ma jorlty Leader Payno made a atron and feellng plea for "regularlty." "Wo cannot havo tho responslblllt of the majorlty of thls Houso" sald M Payne, "unless we can nxerclse lt ur der the rules of the H(fuso. The mo on that slde," he contlnued, wavtn hls hand toward tho Democrats, "com to-day to broak down the rules." "Ia tho Democratic party going t make lts usual blunder?" ho askc "Now at thla crltical tlme, wlth a olectlon corning ofC and wlth tho be: interests oC tho peoplo at stake, yo who havo fousht for tho Republlca party, have a caro that you do n< aid and abet tho enemies of tho R< publican party." An outburst of applause on tho Re publican aide hardly died out befor <_4r. Poindextcr, of: Washlngton, on of tho long-Urno "lnsurgents," doclaroi that thero was no regular system o rules in the House by whlch lts bus ineas waa transacted. Mr. Poindextcr charged the "Insur gents" of tho House to bear in mim that this rersolutlon gave them chance to allow the country to se whero they Ktood ln thelr attltud as reformers a? tho practlces of th House. TAFTGEARSBRUNT (Contlnued From Flrst Page.) cjiiasi lndupondence, Tho addroa showed remarkable knowledgo and ro ueTirch, und If thc hoatlost plaudits ar a crltf.-iioii, hls words wunt atrnlgh to thu ligarta of hls llstonera. ;.\T)?e hugo chalr, laoUlnB Rko tln-ono, lu whlch Iho gyost of the ovei tug sat, la thu pvoperty of M. ,T. 1<_ hcriy, president ot tho club. Orlglna ly U wna Kurincmntod hy a boautlfi carved crown, but tltlu dOslgn had hee tllsplaced to-nlght by _m America i.nRl "Couldn't expect an American Pre dent lo sit unUer an einblem wlile i- ulwuy., beeri n. algn of oppregslc Irlshmen," explained Mr. Fahert: til'H. ui 11,0 i-|Kiit hand of. the guoi 1 liouur, ? 'J'lie tiigmieiB, boHldQH Mr. Tftftj .yci You Cannot Do Without THE PIANO It gives yon an immediate muslcal advantage over mu sicians who have spent years in study?the advanta&e of choosing from over twenty thousand compositions, and the ability to play any one of them at once with satisfaction to yourself and pieasure to others. Liberal allowance on uprlght pianos taken ln exchange. Catalogue free. . ftfhlePimw Pjo. . l.-ADailASTEHS EVERYTHlNfi MUSIOL" rrof. Jamea C. Monaghan, of Boston, nnd John Power, ot Escanaba, Mlch. Others at the speakers' table wero Oeneral P. D. Grant, Governor Charles S. Deneen, BIshop Muldoon and Judgo I.lbrtdge Hanecy. A largo number of Cathollc prlests ln tholr sedate garb lent thelr dlgnlty to the. occasion, Tho wliole effect was brtghtenod by tho presonce ot many women. No wlne was served. SGRftPt IN HOTEL [Special to The Tlmes-Dispatch.1 Norfolk, Va., March 17.?Charged with reckless shootlng wlth intent to klll, after sho had dellberately fired upon another woman threo times with? out effect, accordlng to tho police, Mrs. Mary E. Richardson was to-night placcd under bond in the sum of $50 for her appearance In Police Court to morrow morning. The police atate that the bullets were Intended for a woman* who gives her name as.Mrs. W. H. Richardson, and reglstered at the Vlc torla Hotel, whero tho shootlng oc curred. Mrs. Mary A. Richardson Is a permanent guest of tho Vlctorla, oc cupylng room No. 501, on the fifth floor, while Mrs. W. H. Richardson, if that is her right name, went to the hotel Wednesday morning, and reglster? ed from New York. She waa assigned to apartments on the second floor. Domestlc troubleS Ib thc cause as slgned by the police for the shootlng last night. The warrant for tho arrest of Mrs. Richardson was sworn out be? foro Magistrate Dalton. Henry Bon ner, a saloon proprletor, ls her secur? lty. The police wlll attempt to prove ln Police Court to-morrow morning that Mrs. Richardson, of tho second floor. went to the room of Mrs. Richardson on the fifth floor last night about 8:30 o'clock. Jwit what happened, or rather what was said, will probably never be known. Tho reports of threo psltol shots were heard, and when an Investlgation was mado' two of the bullets were found imbedded in tho door and the thlrd in tho telcphone hanglng upon tho wall. Mrs. Mary E. Richardson is said to bo tho wlfe of W. H. Richardson. the local horseman. He could not be found to-night by tho police. Tho manager of tho Vlctorla Hotel madc several statcmeiits witli refer ence to the matter. He denled that thero was a second Mrs. Richardson a guest /ot tho liouse. Later ho said, however. that a Mrs. Acklss, a former personal friend of Mrs. Mary E. Rich? ardson, had arrived at the hotel Wed? nesday morning and reglstered from New York. He admitted that lt was posslble the New York woman was on the fifth floor of the hotel at tho tlme of the shootlng. Ho denled. however, that any bad feellng oxlsted between tho two. The manager of the hotel Inslsted that Mra. Mary B. Richardson has been under the care of Dr. Baxter for a nervous xtroublo recently, and aaslgnod thls as the reason for what ho termctl "seml-nnconsclous rcoklcas shootlng." Tho manager sald that tho woman y_as not shootlng at any one. OBITUARY -Il__ Aunle L-u Watson. [.Special to Tho Tlmes-Dis-ipatch.] Wadeshoro, N. C, March 17.?Miss Annlo Lou Watson, daughter of Mrs. Stephon Watson, dled last night, aged Kixteen years, after an lllnoss of sovt eral woeks. Death resulted from pneu mahla, followlng measles. :?!-_. A. J. Stnflord. i[Spaclal to Tho Times-Dlspateh.l Wadeshoro, N. C, March 17.?Mrs. A. J. fciafford, wldow of Rev. A, J. Staf ford, formerly pastor of tho Methodlst Church horo, dled at Kpartanburg, S. Ci yeaterduy, and tho body was broubht horo for burlal. Mrs. Staf ford 1 was savonty-flve years old. and vesldtd horo beforo hor marrlage to Mr. ataftord. Her husband dled two weokH jigo. \ Dr. J. i>. Afller. ' I ur. a. D. Adler, formorly ot thls clty, died last Saturday at Galeaburg, 111., of heirt fallure. He wus llfty-twcl years bf age. ilr?. Willlnm H. Anthony. Mrs. \Sarah E. Anthony, the wldow of WlllV-n. II. Anthony, dled yesterday at her Iresldence, 730 North Twonty thlrd Styeet. Sho was .slxty-slx years of age. \ Sho leayes one daughter, Mrs. A. U Ilouchlni. Tho funeral wlll take place from tluj rosldenco Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Tho Interment wlll bo niude in Hollywood. , ? llrs, Violn V. N?_rrl_. . Mrs. ? Viola. V. Norrls, twenty-nlne yoars of We. dlod yesterday at hor reaidence, 101S Stookion Streot, Man chester. Sho lieavos her husband, two children aid her father and mother. The funlral wlll take place to-mor? row afternUon at 3 o'clock.from Deoa tur Street plothodlst Church. Tho In? terment -wlll bo mado ln Maury Come tery. \ MlU Emlly O. Neely. ? [Spoclal loTh'nTlmos-Dispatch.'l ,. Portsmouth, ? Va,, March : 17.?Miss Emlly ' G-ooawyn Noely,' youngest daughtov of Mrs. Ellzabeth N. and tho lato R, JohiMori Neely, dled lu Ashe yllle, N. C. p'esterday. Tho remains, arrived ovorlthe Southern Railway -?U-I-IH ODUBU I.V (I '10. 14 UAV9., PABO OlNTiiKNT ls guaranteed to curo any caso k Itohins. Blind, Bleed. Ikl- or Protrudbig PUoa li; fl to 14 days fl wrmouey rofulaodt 60o. ttilH mornlng, accoimmtiled by her mothor aiul sister. Sho was hlnotoen years of agoi ' Tho tttneral worvlces wer'o conduoted from Trinlty p, .13. Church thls after? noon ut _ o'clock, * MlftN Jti.brrlrt C'ntlett. , ii (Hpnelal to Tho TlmM-Dlspateh.] ' Frcdei'lcksburg, Vn? Match 17,;? Mlsa Roberta C'atlott, ot Carollne county, dloel at her homo near Guineys,. agod ntty-flvo years. Sho ls survived by ono ?lster and one brother. I'rofcMMor George W. Wnlker. [Special to Tho Times-Dlspttteti.l _. Btaclcsburg, Ara., March IT,?Tho body of Goorgo W, Walkor, professor of Latln at Virginia Fdlytechnio In? stitute. reached here from Anhevllie, N. Ci to-nlght, and tho funoral wlll-tako placo to-morrow attornoon wlth mlll? tary honors. Professor Walkor was slxty-six years old, and has been con rteoted wlth educational and Sunday school worlc for forty yoars In Vltv ginla. Ho ls survived by hls wlfe and cloven grown chlldren. Followlng a long lllness, Professor Walker went to Ashevilto only last week to re cupor'ate. I'uiieriil of A. C. Landntrect. ISpeclil toTho Tlmei?-Dlsoat''b.1 Aloxandrla, Va? March 17.?Tho fu rieral of A C. Landstreot took place from Pohlck Church thls afternoon. He was olghty-nlno yenrs old, and served In tho Confederato army, Thro'e daughters and two sons survlve. Mr. Landstroet was born ln Baltlmore, and llvod at hls home, Mount Arlo, near Accotlnk, Falrfax, county. John notiertsou. [Special to The Tlmes-DIspatch.l Wadesboro, N. C? March 17.?John Robertson, aged about seventy years, dled at tho county homo thls mornlng. Ho came here somo years ago, and clalms Lynchburg as hls home. He clalmed to be a Confederate vet? eran. Ho has been at the county home about seven years ago, unable to work. Mind Jennle Ilnll. [Special to Thc Tlmes-Dlspatch.] Danville. Va., March 17.?Mlss Jessie Hall, oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louls B. Hall, dled thls mornlng at 8 o'clock, in the twenty-slxth year ot FUNERAL NOTICES BRANNAN?Tho funeral of MRS. CE CILIA R. BRANNAN. who dled Thurs? day mornlng at 1:30 o'clock, wlll take placo from tho Mortuary Chapel at Hollywood Cemetery THIS (Frl? day) AFTERNOON at . o'clock. In? terment Hollywood. Frlends and ac (lualntances Invited to attond. DEATHS ANTHONY?Entered tnto rest, at her lato resldenco, 7.10 North Twenty thlrd Street, March 17, 1910. SARAH E. ANTHONY, wldow ot .vllllam?Yl. Anthony, aged sixty-fllx years. Funeral Bcrvlces SUNDAY AFTER? NOON, 3 o'clock, Unton Station Meth? odlst Church. Interment In Holly? wood. WALKER?Passed away, on the morn? lng ot tho 16th. at tho homo of hls daughter, Mrs. C. E. Gordon. at Waynesvllle. N. Ci PROFESSOR GEORGE W. WALKER. of tho Vir? ginia Polytechnlo Institute. Tho In? terment wlll be at Biacksburg, Va., FRIDAY or SATURDAl*. Arrangemonts for Ihe funeral not compteted, but wlliybe announced later. HUFFMAN?Died,. at thc rcsldence ot her fnther, ln Highland Park, RUTH GLENN HUFFMAN. youngest daugh? ter of John H. and M. E. Huftman, aged ten years and nlno months. Funeral notlco later. Dilngs New Llfe to the Buay ln all JFEFERS-SASES A Tonic that Build* up the Er. v Stitcm a_____a_B___-__B__aaH__H DUCROS ALIMENTARY AU DRUOOIS-SOR. FOUGERA a CO, NEW YORtV Qviloklv Rastores tho Appetlta to Gl.ina Panewed itrenglh and Vitality CU? thls COUPON OUT WSbm IrBiispatrlr Household Premium Coupon MARCH 18, 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 so they are, of consecutive dates from the day you start >B_V j&$K jgjfoK ^Hj^_^, IEC1N SAVING TQTdavV BLOCK DAY TO-DAY Won't you hdp us swell the fund to continuc thc work of The Day Nursery and Free Kindergatten We wanjfc, everybody to help. Never mind the sizc of the contribution?just. help; that's the thihg, Will you fill your cnvelope? Prepare for the Future Begin to-day 'by saving regiilarly fome portton of your salary. " Depdsit it in the Savings Department of this strong bank. Together "with the 3 per cent. compound interest we V>ay, it will not be long before you will have a very comfortable sum to your credit. One dollar will 'start an account. If not convenlent to come in person, write for booklet, "How to Bank by Mail." ? i 't , Planters National Bank ., ?'.;'? ? Twelfth anf Main Streets, Richmond, Va. Capital, $300,000.00, Surplus and Profits, $1,200,000,00 rS_?JS_?B53SS5_5_555-_3Bt CBaBS aagss ss Llnden by the evidence of your own eyes: i iYSTIl Clothes represent thc newest?thc better?thc first original idea in clothes construc? tlon. Any good merchant is glad to show them toybu. H. M. Lindentha! & Sou D-tUsouth her age, at her horne, 802 Paxton Ave? nue, Sho ls survlved by her parents, two sisters?Mrs. C. K. Fulton and Miss Wlllle Hall?and ono brother, J. Oerald Hall. The funeral servlccs will be con? ducted to-morrow afternoon at 4:30 o'clock from tho resldence. Rev. Gra? ham H. Lambeth. her former pastor ? nsslsted by Dr. J. B. Winn and Rev. C, N. Willlams -wlll ofilclatc. .lohn XV. liiiniliirnnt. [Speclal toThe Tlmes-Dispatch.1 Golansvlllc, Va., March 17.?John W. Bondurant died on March 17 at 1 o'clock P. M. Ho waa ln hla seventy seventh year. He Ieaves a duughter, Mrs. A. G. Smith; elght grund chlldren, threo great-grandchildrcn and othor relatives. I.i-iiii-lns Tnken to Danville. [Speclal to The TImca-DSspatch. J Lynchburg, Va., March 17.?Tho re? mains of Edwin A. licrndon, for fif tcon years managlng edltor of tho Lynchburg News, who was killed yes? terday by a fail from a horse,- woro takci) thls afternoon to Danville after a,brlef service at his home, which wai conducted by Dr. IV, H. Bennett. ot Court Streot Muthodist Church. Tho burlal wlll bc ln Danville to-morrow. Tho Lynchburg Elks wlll Kend a com? mitteo to tho funeral, and both local newapapers will be rcprcKented.