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bers of tho old OOmtnlttce, and nn?, doubtodly wlll ho nccorded similar honor on tho new. ^. Thero. Is a goneral demand among tlio Democrats that Underwood, who Is Leader Clark's flrst Heutenatit on tho floor, shoiitd ho glven a placo. ? The fourth Democrot has not yet boen even ? much dlscussed. ? To nttempt to prctllct whom the Re? publlcans will select would bo the mcrest speeulfl.tlon. Besldes Speakor Cnnnon, Dalzell, of Pennsylvanla, and Smlth. of Iowa. are the present Re? publiean members of the Rules Com? mittee. By tho terms of the Norris funendniont, Spoaker Cannon ls special? ly ollinnte.d from the now eommlltpo. The Deniocratlo leaders sald to-day thnt thoy nntlcipated no dlfticulty In having thelr caucus' seloollon for thls cnmmlttco rattflod hy tlio House, as ,tho Insurgont Republicnns hnd glven them a pledgo to support the Domo crntlo nomlneos, partly In consider ntion of thc unanimous vote of tho Democrats for tho Norris rosolullon. But tho highly Important matter of the solectlon of this new Rules Com- , mlttco wns of socondary consideratlon ln the talk honrd to-day as to -whfther tho war within tho ranks of thn Re? publiean party tvns to contlnuo or not. TILLMAN IN ATLANTA Scnntor Goes tn gnnntnrium tn Take "ncsl Cure." Atlanta. Ga., March 20.?After a stay of two days at thelr Jiotne in Trenton, S. C, United States Sonator n. It. 1*111 man and Mrs. Tillman arrlved in this city to-nlght. Tho Senator wus drlvcn I inimcdiatcly to a local sanatorlum, where he wlll rcmaln untll lie has re covered from his recent lllness. J Physicians at thc sanatorlum. nfter I nn cxamlnntion ta-lilght, sald that tho \ honator's condltlon wa.s much Improv? ed. and that he camo horo to tako the "rest curo," after which, It. Is ex? pected ho will bo fully recovered. NO NEW JAP AGREEMENT U'oklo Dcclnrcs Thnt the Convontlon nf 1908 Stands. Tokio, Mareh 20.?Dotnlls of thc litory publlshod 1n the United States,' to tho effect that? .Tapan had proposed nnd outllned a new agreement wlth the American government, havo beon .received with much surprlse here. Thc. Forelgn Ofllce denics the report posi? tively In this statement: "Thoro ls not the slightest founda? tlon for such a story. A new agree? ment ls absolutely unnecosanry. Tho agreement of 1D0S covers all ques? tlon.. outstanding between the Unllod Strtte's and Jnpan, and has been and wiU bo adhered lo both In splrlt and in the letter." FIRE UPON RIOTERS Soldlcr* Klll One antl Woimcl Severnt Strikers. Polnte-a-PItre, Guadaloupe, March ao.?Followlng thc nrrcst of several rloters incident to tho sugarcane-cut t?rs' strlke, who were accused of huv Ing pillaged the Blanchet factory at Los Mlnours. a mob gnthcrad before tho pollco station at that place to protest agalnst tho action of tlie gendarm.s. A gendarme wns nttacked by the mob, whercupon the soldlors .Ired upon the rloters. killing one and ?wo und int; .several. Order has now been re-es.abli_.he_., and the sltuatlon is nuiet. Mnnlli-.ti, |u llnynllMK. Parls. Mareh 20.?The Duke of Or? leans, ln a manltesto to th.-_ Uoyultstsi of France, apronos of Ihe scandal arls- I Jng from the lUnildatlon of ihe re- \ liglouR ordc-rs, declares that renubllcaii instltutlons aro responslble fnr the cor ruption of men. "ln thls instance." lie says. "the llauie'-'tor with tho money stolen from tho church pays hls mistresses." Ponkc PursucH Murdcrcr. Marlon, Ark., March 20.?Over 100 nrmed men are searrhing for Charlev Jones, an escupod negro murderer. who was seen on Dunlgan's Island. opposlto this city, yesterday. Since the search began yesterday. cltizens froin all parts of this county havo beon Jolnlng In the man hunt, and a cordon of armed men has been thrown around the en? tlre laland/to -prevent tho negro's es? cape. Curtallinent Ordered, Rocklngham, X. ... March 20.?Cur tailment. to three days a woek for two weeks and complete shutdown there after untll further notlce Is tho de rision of tho directors of tho I-Iannali Pickctt MlU, who have a $40,000 stock of manufactured ynrns on hand. Dur? lng the shutdown an nddltional weaver room, costing. $100,000, will be added to tho pla?<.-' - ;?;_?; MEN VOTi TQ SJRIKE. ?Tour More Mllls of Paper Company AVIII Not Open To-Day. AVatertown, N.Y., March 20.?Four more mills of tho International Paper Company. cmploying 160 men, wlll not open hero to-morrow mornlng. Late to-nlght the union voted to strike. It is now estlmated that at Ntagara Falls. Glena Fnlls, Palmer Falls, Bel lows Falls. Fort Edward, Ltvermoro Falls and thls clty, 2,500 employes are now out on strlke. POOL SCANDAL James R. Keene Is Now in One of Tightest Places of His Career. New York, March 20.?.Tanios R. Keene ls faclng a erlsls In hls long career as one of thc greatett flnandul operators In Wall Streot. He ls con frontod on tho ono hand.by the power of the Federal government ln Its en? forcement of thc liankrttptcy laws. nnd on the other by a dlstlnctly nicnaclng nttltude dlsplayed by thc governors of the New York Stock Exchange. Mr. Keene Is not under tho jurlndlc tlon of tho Stock Rxchange, for hc Is not a member; but hls brokers are. Beyond nll thls, Mr. Kceno Is throat cned wlth a sorlos ot lawsults tn de termlne how far he may bo held respon? slble for tho cirenmstance.s whlch prc clpitoted the failure of thc Stock 1.x change firm of Roberts, Hall & Crlss ln tho collapsc of thc llocklng pool. It beeamo known in' thc street yes? terday that the governors of tho Stock Kxchango hnvo by no means cpasi.il thelr Investlgation of tho Hocking scandal, but are deterrnlncd to go fur? ther ln thc Inquiry whlch led to tho virtual expulslon of II .nry S. Hasktiia, of Lathrop. Ilasklns & Co., antl Clif? ford Wnshburn, ot .1. M. Flske fc Co.. both of whlch firms were proclpltated Into bankruptcy as a result of the col lapse of tho pool. Kept I.nrge Siima on Deposlt. Mr. Keene has mnny brokers. ln one of these brokerage houses Tho Tlmes-DIspRtch representatlve learneil yestorday that during the panic of 1907 Mr. Kceno had so large a sum ot money on deposlt that it was a matter of courso wlth hlm to drnw out a sum of money In tho nelghborhood of $100. 000 a day without turnlng a. hair or ruflllng the. equanlmlty of the flrm. Thls Is clted n_ an lnslanco of the. vast emount of lloatlng money Mr. Keotin has always malntalneU at hls linme dlato dlsposal. Thp, governors of tho Stock E.. change Imd before thoni yesterday n number of tho 160 brokers who are known to have pxecuted orders ln Hocking Coal and Iron stock. .Among those summoned was the firm of Pop per & Sternbach, long regarded ns Mr. Kcone's personal brokers. As manager of the Hocking pool, Mr. Keene placed the orders with Henry S. Ilasklns, tho door manager o'f ihe pool, who ln turn delegated thelr oxeeutloh to Hugh F. Crlss, of Roberts. Hall & Criss, the floor speclallsts tn Hocking. AVhon Keene was examined beforo Commlssioner Aiexander In the tTnltod States courts last Wednesday he tes tlfied that hls brokers had sold hls Hocking stock without hls knowlndge. Mr. Kceno dld not spoclfy whlch brok? ers had done thls. Further Action* Expected. Wall Streot is lnterested in tho report that the firm whlch Is said to havo executed the orders, appeared before tlie governors of the Stock Kx? chango. Thoro Is said to be consid orablo dlscrepancy botweon tholr statcments and those of Mi*. Kceno glvon on the wltness -stand In the Federal courts. The discrepaney is givlng the governors of thc Stock Ex? change serlous fcod for thought, and tbe Streot learns that further drastlc action may be expected. The special commlttee appoluted by the credltors to examlne tho books df Roberta, Hall & Criss, who are.Iolin G. Saxo, Charles I> Andrews and James II. Wainwrlght, havo made a report In which they recommend that suit be brought ngalnst Mr. Keeno or against othcr mevubei's of the _l__J-lng pools for a stibstantial settlement of the claims of tho erodltors. This commlttee further reports that It doos not bcllevo tho insolvency of, the flrm ls duo to Mr. Crlss. who ls vory popular In "Wall Streot, but to the manlpulatton of James R. Keene. and that Mr. Keeno and the members of the pools should bear tho losses of Mr. Crlss and his flrm. Mr. CrlBS hav? ing acted merely as the agent of tho pool. Credltors. of J. M. Flskc & Co. have likewisc thioatoned to britig suit igalnst Mr. Keone lndlvlduallv.' FALLS 300 FEET Vcronaul 11ns Narrorr Kacape When Ihillonn KxplodcH. X.os Angeles, Cal., March 20.?Henry ?avage. an aeronaut, narrowly esca.ned Ioath to-day when his balloon exnlod ?d and ho foll 300 feet. The balloon jurst beforo Savace cut loo. ?. hls para hute and hls body startlng down llko i. meteor. But ln descendlng tho oara ;hute opened and checked the fail. The -tnpty gas bag enveloped both para :hute and man and dashed them to the Hriiat. Savage was pnconsclous ??*-->-n Dlcjted up, but recovered ln a few iiinutes. KLEIN'S GONFESSION MAKES MANY UNEASY, Former Councilman Kept Under Guard Where None of Those Accused Can See Him?Goes Before Grand Jury To-Day. Plttsburg, Pa.. March 20.?That for- , mcr Councllman John F. Klein, by hla c.nfeselon of tho allcgo councllmanlo brlbery, whlch has been slmmerlng slnce June, 3 008, has caused many un easy inomcnts to present and former ofllce-holdora was apparent to-day about tho Clty Hall and the Fort Pltt Hotel, where dotectlvcs, the Voters" League olliclals and the assistant dis? trict attorneS are said to havo suits of rooms, ln which they have beon quizzlng mon said to know of tlie graft plot, ln addltion to what has boen told by Klcin. Kleln, in hls confession, ls said to Implicate sixty or more former and jircsent Councilmen, and for twenty ?four houru detectlves havo been scrv Ing notice on tho men so named. In the meantlme, Kleln's friends and fam? lly have not heard from hlm. Many anxious onos sald to be destroue of reachlng hlm before to-morrow aro pointed out about tlio corrltlors ot the hotel. lt is not denled that Kleln l_ hold lncommunlcado ln lt suit of rooms, guarded by two dotectlves. Dis? trict Attorney Blakely wlll not deny that Klein ls not at the hotel. and as Ht-rts, "thu .Commonv. .alth ? wlll shov its hand to-morrow. You may look for tuisatlonal dovelopnic-ntti then." In tho menntitpe Councilmen havo been seen cnterlng tho roums whero ?1..._-_-_..-_.. _.--JUl?L-..l_i__._--_-jjj_-gg Ltiative Bromo Qrihine C_m? CoM taQo. Day. C_rtptn2 Dvy? 49h& the asslstant district attorney and a stat. of stenographors aro said to be. It is plannod. accordlng to reports, to havo those named hy Kloln appear be? fore tho grand jury to-morrow. Tho foreman of the jury !.. Harrisbn Is'es bit,. a former natlonal bank examlner. and now presldent of tho Bank of Plttsburg. Kleln'a assertlons In his confession, as they havo como to llght, aro sald to bc most startling. Ho "kept books" on all monoy paid out by hlm to othor Councflmen on tho bank doposltary Drdinnnces. To somo Councllmon Klclii sent tho monoy in regl._terr?l lotters. The recelpts for these lettors wero preserved. During hls trial and previously Kleln hajj pcrsisted in tho statement under examlnatlon that he kriew nothing- of any bribery. It was then belleved that he was protectliig Konio ono, and ho stuck to thls posltlon until almost at tho threshold of the Stato prlson, whleh he was to onter to-morrow. Whlle ho was confldent that hls family would be cared for, he wns loath to mako any disclosurcs, but when thoso he protectcd deserted hlm and were permfttlng hlm to go to prlson and leavo hl* famlly faolng starvatlon, then wlth pressuro brought to hear upon hlm by tho Voters' Civlc Leaguo, which began tho bribery In? vestigatlon, anft tho district attorney, Kleln weakened and told the wholo story. It 1? reeognlj.ee! that Kleln ln sub stantluting his confesBion beforo the grand jury and ln court must neces? sarlly admit thnt ho commltted pcr .iury, but lt Ib broadly hlnted by the county prosecutpr's offlce that Kloln wlll be dealt wlth lenlently, und pos elbly wlll not serve a. day ln prlson, Used hy Musical Colleges THE PIANO is used for illustrativc lectures on musical form and analysis by the Northwej.tern Univer? sity School of Miisic, Evanston, 111.; the Chicago Conservatory, the Centralizhig School of Mu? sic, Chicago, and the Columbia School of Music, Chicago. Schools and collcftcs Invitetl to in vcstifjnte. Cntaloguc froe on nppli cation. "HEADQUXflTERS EVERYTHIKQ MUSKAi! IFIE Tl FLY TO Ffii Court Refuses to Hold Aviator or His Aeroplanes by In? junction. New York. March 20.?Louls I'aulhan, who has broken tlie world's record for helght in a heavler-than-alr machlne, but who attracted Interest hero chief ly by refuslng to fly high, was successful ln the courts yesterday. 111.. former manager Edwln Cle.a.ry, who brought Paulhan to thls country undor a con? tract to pay hlm $2-1,000 u month, lost In hls efforts to obtain an Injunction restrainlng tho Frprichman from tak? ing his aoroplancs out of tho jurlsdic tloli of Ihe court. Me also falled to get an order for the arrest of tho avia? tor. Clenry only smlletl when thls decis lon wds read to him. Paulhan had nothing on him. "Why, that prellmlnary injunction," said he, quietly, "just gave us time tu start suit for damages agalnst I'aul? han for brcach of contract antl to get out a wrlt of attachment on tlie aero? planes. If Paulhan wants to take tho aeroplanes with hlm he must tlio n heavy bond. Conse.tuently. so far my ieKal action Is concerned, I don't care whether Paulhan boards a steam shlp or stts quietly in Now York." Cleary does not know where Paulhan Is, and does not seem to care niueli. If tho Frencbnian has sllpped' i'roni the country, he did lt quietlyy and ho dld not sklp away on ono. of his aero? planes, becauso they are all safely stordd away. Cleary has as his coun? sel Clarence J. Shearn and Frederick N. Van Zandt. He was ready last eve? nlng ln the. Knickerbocker Hotel, ln faoo of hls apparent dofeat, to smllo cheerfUlly and inslst he .stlll has the best on' Paulhan. "I paid Paulhan." sald he, "$12,000. and yet hc inslsts that I owo hlm $30, 000. and hls renson for refuslng to fly was that I had not kept to my con? tract In paylng him $24,000 a month ln advance. You seo, when I brought hlm to thls country I agreed that hls sal? ary should stnrt on January 10. Wflcn ho reached California I paid him $24, 000 down before ho" mado a. slngle night. After four weeks thero. T got other engagemonts and paid Paulhan $12,000, but by thls tlme the Wrights had got out thelr injunction against. him, and I dld not fool justlfled in pay? lng hlm $24,000 ln advance whon 1 dld not know whether ho would fly. "I came with hlm to New York and T paid him $0,000 before hc mado fllBht hero. antl at tho same tlme I had to put up $0,000 as an indomnlty to tho Wrights. The three fltghts Paulhan. mado cost mo $10.000. Stlll Paulhan lnsisted on gottlng $24,000 tn advanco bofore ho made a slngle fllght here, nnd ho wanted .0,000 for weeks when he could not fly, because of the Injunction agalnst hlm. "If Paulhan ls a wlse man ho wlll come around and agreo to fly. but ho is surroundod by persons who have dlstorted hls view of thlngs." Justice Nowburger sald he found nothing ln tho contra?jt between Paul? han and Cleary that showed Cleary has any proprlotary Intorest In the aero? planes. He polntcd out that Cleary's remedy was to bring suit. NINE MILES 0F BANDAGES Ktns'.i DiiHR-ilcr* Scml Vseftil Glft tu n I,ei>er IJ<i?pltul. Bethlehem, Pa., March 20.?At a bandage rollinsr bco horo forty repre? sentatlves of the twenty-threo clr cles of Klng's OauKht.rs connected wlth the Moravlan churches of the Uethlehems rolled 024 bundles, constst ing of 178 yards each. maklng nlno'and one-thlrd mlles of, bandaf.es. Theso wlll nll be sont to the Mo? ravlan lener hospltal at Surlnam, South Amerlca, GOES T0WED7FINDSHIM DEAD Veuernblo Womnn Sliookci'l nt End of JtryoiiN Jourucy, Chester, Pa? March 20.-?Mrs. l.llan both Seymou'r, an aged w_imnn, of 2..2S West Slxth Streot, roturnod from AVilkesbarro. whero sho went to be married to Rev. Danlel Savage, a re? tlred Methodlst mlnister, Upon her arrival thero sho was ns toundod to learn' thnt her prospecllvo husband wns dead. Tho veuprablQ clorgyman, who wns sovonty-llvo yoars of age, was strlcken wlth pneumonia nnd dled on Wednesday, a fow hours before tho arrival of hls betrothed. To Act on Klliiik. Oi.hc Clncinnatl, O., March 20.?lt was an nounced hero to-ilny by Chalrman Au? gust llermunn, of tho Natlonal Base? ball Commlsslon. thnt a meotlng of thls body would he held durlng tho coming week to tuk" tinnl notlon on tho ca-so of Johnny Kllnir. Tho exnet dato 1ms not been set, but will prob? ably be on Thursday. i.nKltMit Players Wln. San IMvgo, CtU., March 20?Fngllsh polo players won a vlctory ut Coronndo to-day, when tho team of tho Twoii ileth Hiis?ars dofea.ted tho 1'Uversldo toam, ia to 2! ? PII.BS Cl>H._I. IX 0 TO 14 DAYS, PAZO OINTMI.NT is guaranteed to curo any caao of Itohlng, Bllnd. Bluert Ing or Protrudlrig Plles ln 0 to 14 days or mopey roftuided. 60c, CLUB US GREAT FE.? Artists of Renown and Fine Or chcstra to Accompany Wednesday Chorus. Muslc lovers oC Rlchmond and vl clnlly aro -bcglnnlng eagerly to cour tho days untll tho annual muslcal ta tlval of tho Wodnosday Club, whlc wlll ,bo hold ln tho Clty Audltorlui Aprll 25 and 2fi. .ludglng fr.iiii the comments hoar on all sides, tho nttondanco thls yen wlll far ocllpse any jjrovlcus rccon Among tho principal artists to b heard will bo Mme. .Tomolll, who san horo for thi! flrnt timo last yoar, an who mado the blggest hit. mado her b.v any artist In rccoitt concorts.-Mn.. .lomolii walkod lntu tlie hearts of he nudlencos by hor excollcnt slnging, an wlth hor ready respoiisc to tho man encoros. flrmly introncriecl horscl thero for nll tlmo. Ono of the nuiti bors for tho first night wlll b GbunocVs "Gallla." wlth Mnie. Jomell Tho program for tho two nlghts an tho matinee Is fllled .vith a varlet of pletislng Kclcctlons cnlculatcd ,t suit the tawto of inuslc-lovcrs every where. . And thlp, thc sovontconth an minl festival, premlses ln every way t surpiiHS any .heretoforo glven by th club. For seventoon yoars the cln has laborod In Its offorts to glve a annual serles cf concorts wlth sololst of ronown and nrchcstral accompanl ment. Tho expenses have always boc groat, tho dlscosiragemonts nnmcroin nnd frequently thoro havo beon dcficlt on iircotint of tho lack of support h thc public. >-nw V'.ie .Mulllorltjni, Last yenr tho club declded lo u - tho now Clty Audltorliimi whero, wlt abtindant capaclty for seat ing, tho peo j ple could bo arranged so that nll mlgli i enlov tlio concorts. Thls plan provo ! ontlrely satlsfactory. On tho secon night ovory sc.it ln the vast bulltlin I wns occupied; and now thc omcluls an j m.ml'er. of tho club feel that.tho or ganizntlon Ih just boeinnlng. to fulf Its mtssion?that of brlnglng tho bes inusic to tlio pcoplo and intorpretln It wlth tho best sololata and orchestr availablo. Improvements are beln madc to tho intorior of thc Audltorlui and wlll bo completod in amplo tlm for the festival. The Wednesday Clu chorus, undor the careful tralning-an dlrcction ot Tall ;_sen Morgan, thi year premlses to outdo anything eve atteniptod before, bocnuso Mr. Morg-a has hnd moro time to train tho choru and show what the members can d Tho children*.. chorus. too, wlll sho. notlceablo improveniont thls year. Th Plttsburg Festival Crchostra ns we! as a scloct 11st of soloUts wlll com blno to make thls font.val one Ion; to be remomberf-. Some o-f the Artl-it*. Cnr! Bernthnler wlll havo dlrocflo of the orchestra, whlch wlll embrac forty mon. Besidos Madsnic Jomcll the artists wlll bo Mmc. AMcc Merrltt Cochran, soprano-. Mlss l_IUIa Snellinp contralto; pr. Franklin Lawson, tenor Frank Crbxton, bass; Franz Kohlai viollhist; Frilz Ooernor, cclllst. Tlie cinli Is tinder the managemen cf the followlng board of governors: J. S. Bryan, ,T. G. Corlcy, E. H. Cosb. W. D. Duke, W. r>. Gordon. A. Ti. Wlt liaiiis, B. H. Grundy, F. C. Hahf, Ti. T Harrisor. W. C. Mefcer, and Arthu Serivonoi-. Thc ofllcers are Goorge W. Stevens president; Ho.nry T. Moloney, vice president; Meade T. Splcor, secretary Eugcno Jones, treasurer. WHO OWNS THE DOCK? Counclliuan Selpli I.enrt.. ITiinvnlllii Flght to Hnve It F^uccil. What has bocomo cf thc ordinanc pn-.sed about four yearB ago roqulrini the abutting property owners to fene tho dock? Somo tlme ago Councllma: Sclph, who has busled hlmself and wor rled himself about the enforcement o the ordlnance, started tho agltatloi again, but was not successful. Th pollco, though they summoncrt a num bcr of poople to court, have boen abl to accompllsh nothing, because i sooms imposslblo to a3certaln wh reaily owns the property. aithoug thoro is some ono who seems qult wllllng to sell it to tho city. Slnce tho passago of the ordinanc unl'ortunate.*. have contlnued to wan der to the foot of Sovcntecnth Streel topple over into the dar.c waters bo low to bo counted wlth the "dlsap poared from home" untll In due cours of timo tho corpsea rose to the surface were identlflod and burled. Tho nu protected dock haa perhaps cost raor llves than all the rlver front put to gother, but in spito of efforts to hav. it fenced, lt remalns as -when flrs bullt. SIGNS OF SPRINGTIME C'txpld's KxpresK I.onvcs Prom F.lhi Station Next Monday ..lorning. Along with the birds, buda and othei slgns cf spring, Mrs. Glll announce. the vernal trlp of the _><-lmonlal Ex? press for Kaster Monoay, starting a: has beon lts wont for these nianj years. at. 0 o'clock, from lts accustom od sido track at Hanccck and Broac Streots. Sho makes tho announcomen' ao thnt all thc lovelorn couples whe have tucltly named that tlme as theli innrrliigo day, may-settle it ln theli minda that the good old train wll run as usual, raln or shinc. lt is sald that during tho last . .*_ days, tho good woman's telephone ha: beon busy wlth anxious Inquirlos frotr lasaies and their snvnlns, maklng surt HO that thoro would bo no hltch. "Thej aro all aliko," says Mra. Glll, "then was ncvor a young couplo that dtc not havo many mlsglvlngu up to th* vory tlmo tho parson gavor them hit blossing. As far as I am conccrned you can teli thom. all that there wil bo no trouble." Of courso, sho -would not say ho*.. many brides and grooms, wlth theli new Easter toggery, sha wxsuld hau! to Wnshlugton, but thc load will be r big ono. It can alao bo taken as ci Qort-Unta- that Mrs. Glll fwlll have u-arked every ono of fr.o "dear tning.*.' beforo tho trnin reachos the capital Sho wlll toll about lt when slie geU haok while oountlng over the dollarc for tho orphun boys, WANTS GARRISOIM OFF BENCfi Trmli'h Counoll IihIoi-hcn Ilcsolutloi CnllliiK for Hls ItoniovBl, N.ewark. March 20.?-A resolution ii favor of tho retnoval from thb'-bei.ct of Supremo court Juetlco Charles Gar; rlson has boen lndorsed by thci l.sse? Trtulos Council. Thls nev'tfon agalns tlu. justlce was taken becauso, tho res olmion snys, "ho declared that tho sun of $8,soo awardod to.a llttlo glrl whe lost a icg by belng run over t?y a tr'oi loy car was too much ln vl_w of tU* t'act thnt tho jury had pot takon int< conslderatlon tho groat advanco mad< ln tho mamifneturo of eork legs." Tho resolution was sAnt to Uie Ea oex Trades Council by. tho Camdoi | Ct-ntrai Labor Unlon, which hns nskoc I for tho co-operntlon of .nll labor bodlo. i ih tho !>tate ln a movomont almin* tt [havo Justlce Gurrjson romoved, ,' BLOOD POISON Cured by ths Marvel otthe Century B. B. B.-TeMd for 30 Years, Drlve* out blood poijon In ony nlage perma ti.n.ly, wltlitiiit dearily inorr.ury, wlth pure Bo nnicni tn?redlentn. To ptove it we will n.iid you ? SAMPLE TREATMENT FREE K you have Ulcer., Enlliig Koren, ttdiln* Mu morp, .SwelllngP, Muciis l'ati.lirn, Itoue Itollit. of. fciulvc Plniflcii or Ertiptionn, take II. II. H. (tlo ttinlc Blood llnliti). All ?yinptonu liral quickly. Blood Ih made pure and rich. <-oniplrtcly clmneliiR the entlre body into n clnin. healthy rondltloii, I honllnK every eore nnd rtoppliiK nll nelics, palm , and Itching, ciirliuc tho ?'iri>t cafe of lilowl poiion I IJKUCOISTS, SI PER LARGE HOTTl.h. wltli I (llrcrtioiiH for home cure. WVMPl.ii I'REE hy ?'wrltlng lllnod Bnlm Co., Atlanta, Ca. Free | medlcal mivke jjlvcn. OBITUARY Mllllnm .t. Ifollnml. ISnoclfll lo The Tlniop-DlMpatch,.! U'ln-.lsor, Vn., March 20.?Wllllam S. Holland, ftt ono tinio ono of tho must jpromtneni crlminal laivyers In l.nstern Virginia, who was strlcken wlth pdraly sls ln November, 1005, and hnd n?vov coniplotoly rooovered, died at hls homc In IVlndsor ot 11 o'clock thls mornlng very .suddenly. Ilo had just rettirnetl from n short wnlk, nnd sat down nnc! uomplnlncd of headacho, nnd wns dead before medlcal attendance could bc summoned. Mo was In his fltty-slxth year. ltc was born In Iflle of Wlght county, wns n graduato of Kichmond College, aml was for many ycars Commonwcalih'a nttornoy of Islo of Wlght county. Jnhu I,. Ogtealiy. [Special to ThoT_m.B~Dl8pa.cl_. 1 Lynchburg, Vn., March 20.?John 1... Oglesby, aged scventy-six years, thc oldest m_rhber of Marshall I_o'dgo of Masons and the oldest Mason of tho clty ln point of actual mcmbershlp. dled Inst night, after an lllneaa of several weeks. He was engat.e<l actlyoly In tho tobaeco trntlo up to a fow weeks ago, havlng for years been statlstlclan for the nssocliitlon. Tho liltifss whloh eaused hls death was tho ilrst ho had suffered slnco hoyhood. Ilo wes born In Bedfcrd county, nnd for several years was a passenger conductor on tho old Virginia and Tennessee Kall roud. He was a member of tho Lynch? burg Homo Gtiard during the Clvll War. Four suns nnd two daughters, all of Lynchburg, survlve hlm. Mrn. l-_.lv!rn ParrlMb. [Special to The Tlmes-l.ilspntch.1 Mlneral, Va., March 10.?Mrs. I.lvlra Parrlsh, wldow of II. .1. Parrlsh. of Bumpass, dled thls afternoon nt 1:30 o'clock of iiuoumonla, aged alxty.nlne years. Hhe ls survived oy two sons and flve daughter??Robert T. and Jamea 11. Parrlsh, of Bumpass; Mrs. K C. Ter rell, of Beaver Dam; Mrs. Harrls und Mrs. Bnjjby. ?.f BumpasB; Mrs. Lucy Boyd, of Hlchmond, and Mrs. XI. E. Bumpass, of thi3 place. The burlal wlll be held Tuesday at 2 o'clock at the home cemetery, ln Bumpass. _Uri?. Cnlhcrlne Ellzabeth Ilnlril. Mrs. Catherino- Ellzabeth Baird flled vesterday Ht her resldenco, 2244 Baln brld;ro Htreet, Manchester. Sho was fifty-tive vears of apo. Sho leaves one sister, Mrs. Louiso ilieky, of Newport News: ono daughter, Mlss Almiv- Ualrd, antl threo sons. Wllllam. Carroll and Bernard Balrd. The funeral wlll take placo at 10 o'clock to-morrow morntnj. from the Sacred Heart Ca.ihedi.il, and tlio inter? ment wlll bo made ln Mount Calvary Cemetery. Ivran Muellrr, .Ir. Iwnn Mueller. Jr., dlod yesterday mornlng at tho rcsldence of hls pa? rents, 410 Wost Broad Htreet. Ho wa.s thlrty-two years of age. The funeral will be held thls after? noon at 4 o'clock froin the resldenco. Tlie Interment will bo made ln Oak wood. Ptinernl of Mr?. 'Williogliniii, The funeral servlces of Mrs. C. T. Wlllinghnm wlll bo held thl? after? noon at 3:30 o'clock at, the grave in Hollywood Cometery. "DEATHS"" BAIRD?Dlod, at her rcsidertee. 2214 Bainbridgo Htreet, Manchester, at 2 V. M? March 20, MRS. CATH_.____G_._S ELIZABETH BAIRD. in thc flfty pixlh yoar of hor ago. She leaves ono sister, Mr.?. LouIko Hlckey, of New. port News. and one daughter, Alma. und three sons. Wjlllam. Carroll and Bernard Baird, to mourn thelr loss. Funeral at 10 A. M. TUESDAY from Sacred Heart Church. und In? terment ln Mount Calvary Cometery. MUELLER?Died. at the rcsldence of hls father, Iivan Mueller. Sr., 410 West Broad Streot, at 12:10 A. M. Sunday, Marcli 20, IWAN* MUELLK.R'. -7R., aged thlrty-two ycars. Funoral THIS (Monday) AFTER? NOON at 4 o'clock from tho resi dence. Interment in Oakwood. THE WEATHER Forecasti Viiyplnla?Pair and cooler Monday; TucNday fnlr, wlth rixlng temperature; ll*hf, vurlable windM. North Carolinn?Poxtly cloudy Mon dny; Tuesday falr; llght, varlable wlnd... CONDl't'lO^'S YESTEnnAY. Falr. Thermometer at mldnight. S0. CONDlTlOXS IN IMPORTANT CITIES. (At 3 P. M. Eastern Standard Tlme.) I'lacc. Ther. H. T. "Weather. Charlotte . r,2 70 P. cloudy Charleston . f,8 fig Clear Jaclcsonvilio ... 60 70 Clear galdffh ,. 02 72 Clear Savannah . ss 72 Clear 4?,l0V,1U<_. r,s 62 Cloudy'" Wilmington - r.G 62 Clear Norfolk . 60 70 Clear Hattcras . 64 64 Cloar Juplter ......... 54 64 ciear I_oy West..- ns 74 Cloar Atlanta . 60 66 Cloudy T,a"1,_a . B3 74 Clear ?tIobu? :. B? T0 Clear Now Orleans.... 72 .75 ciear Palestlne . 76 so ciear MIKIATCKQ AI.MANAO. _ ?' , - , . March 21, 1910. Sun rlses- 6:14 HIGH T1DP3 Run sets. 6:21 Mornlng_ l'-se Moon sets-3:52 Evenlng_ 1:55 tS IW?J,_^ 1 I- 1 m^^^a*^*^*? ?_____BBB_-___-^->?? Scrofula disfigures and causes life-Iong mlsery. Children become strong and lively when given small doses of Scott's Emulsion every day. The starved body is fed; the- swollen glands healed, and the tainted blood vitalized. Good food, fresh air and Scott's Emulsion conquer scrofula and many other blood diseases. TO* _?!._ BY AM. nilUOOlSTS Bi-nd10o? numtof papor nnd IhU ?d. foropr >,e?utlhil Sa.lny. H?nk and Ohlld'i Bketoh. iHobbnivkoont?lu_?Goi?lLuekl'onnr. llook. SCOTT & BOWNE, 409 Pwl St, N. V, FIGHT FOR CONGRESS OPENS ALL OVER STATE Battle Ground Will Be in Ninth District, Where Henry C. Stuart Has Opened Warm Cam? paign to OustC. Bascom Slemp, Vir ginia's Orily Republican Representative. For the most part, lt nppears, Vlr glnia's representatlves in the neict Con? gress wlll bo tho same as ln tlio pres? ent ono. Wlille ehnnges aro posslble, or perhaps probablc, In two or three distrlcts. lt would seem that jnom of tho Congressinen wlll have no op? posltion for ronoinlnation. Tho battle ground in tho State for tho year, of* course, wlll bo In tho Ninth District. ?Tho candidates thero nro already nettlcd, slnce Henry C, Stuart hes been niimod by tho Demo? cratic conventlon, an.-l th?rt. ls, appar ently no douht thut Conr_TPS..miiit Slomp wlll be renomlnated without opposltion. Tho single rtepubllcan ln thu national House from thls Stato ls roiilizlng tliat the blggest flght of hls politlcal career Is ahoud of hlm, for hls committeo has already met and lald plaxs for the campalgn. Meanwhlle, the Democratic cam? palgn has been begun. An adjunct committeo ha?. boen named, and has hold a meotlng, at whlch plans were madc to seo that evory Demcerat ln tho dlstrlct fjets nn the registration books nnd ls quallflod for thc franchise. Tho leaven put in tho polltical lump two yoars ngo by ex-Senator Byars, thon tho Democratic nomlnoe, In hls flght to ntilllfy tho enormou.i campalgn fund whlch everybody l.elloves ls poured Inlo the dlstrlct every year by tho Republlcans, ls belleved to bc hearlng frult, Slnnd* Wlth Cannon. Agaln. tho trouble.. 1 rt Congress aro not likely to add to .Mr. Slemp's i-lrength. It is being noted that dur? ing tho fight cf tho past few dsiyu the Vlrglnlan voted on roll calls wlth thu Speaker. exceptlng when he was paired for a tlmo wlth .Mr. Carlln. Whllo thc Nlnth Dlstrlct Republlcans. nre to sonie extent wedded to the Idea of a protoctlve tarlff cn tho mlneral wealth of thnt section, they are for, the most part af a progresslve set, and lt ls bolleved they wlll not view with favor the action cf thelr reprn Hcntatlve In nlignlng hlmself with the rcactlonary wing of the party. Es? pecialiy so, cinco it appears that th* cause is one whlch 1? Ucstiii-d to doeper oefeats as tlme gop. on. As to tho Interests of the SouthewBt. the Rcpubllcnng know as well as do the Democrats that Mr, Stuart ls as dovoted to them as ls any man. His own affalrs are large enough to mako hls interests ono with thosa of hls people. Sn far as' fightlng the Republlcan i? conc.rned. the cnly flght outsldo oC the Nlnth Dlstrlct will be ln the Tenth, tho mlnority party bcln-r ? negllglblo quantity clsewhcro in thls State. Whlle Congressman S.-uindcr." may have Democratic opposltion,. the gen? eral Improsslon Ih tbat ho wlll not; but that hc wlll have another oppor? tunity to flght for hls positlon. Statu Scnator -Parsons, the contestant from that district, ls quotcd as saylng that unless he ls seated by Congrcss ho wlll not agnln bo a candldute, but nt thn samo moment it. was announced from hls dlstrlct that hls Republlcan supporters wlll lnsl.it upon hls noml? nation. It is likely to hfi the old flght of ii.08. Thls year. wltl: tho trond of fl'lnss settlng toward the Democrats nnd on the eve, most peoplo are con? vinced ot tho election of a Demccratlc House of Representatlves. there would )X.em to bo llt?tlo doubt of Mr. Saun dors's re-electlon. thls tlme by a decl slve majorlty. Many AVnnt Honor. Perhaps the most Interestlng ncrop nniong tho Democrats wlll be ln tho Second Dlstrlct. Already Congrosaman Harry D. Maynard haB two opponcnts ?ex-Congrossman Young and Hon. J. T Deal, tho latter belng a member cf tho present Houso of Delegates from tho clty cf Norfolk. Beslrtes, thc friends of Senator E. B3. Holland. of Suffolk, aro dolng all they can to urere hlm to announco hls candldacy. All four of thoso men command large fol lowlngs, and tho flght In the prlmary, If all of them partlclpato. wlll Indced by a pretty one. What may hnppen In the Tenth ls a matter of conjecture. During the politlcal talk of the past week, thls dlstrlct has beon conslderably ln the public eye. Tlie feellng ls now, how? ever, that Mr. Flood will agaln oon sent to serve hla constltuents. Tho name of Senator Aubrey E. otroda ls belng wldely used as an opponent. A short timo slnce a number of. the friends of tho Amherst man-said that they -would try to secure hls consent to a eontest, but he has mado no formal announeement. Stranger things have happened, and thero aro thoso who be? lleve he wlll try concluslons wlth tho powerful statesman from Appomattr.x, Tljoro sqoms to be llttle dolng In tho ?other distrlcts of the Stato. Xpbody mentlons opposltion to Congressman Wllliam A. Jones, of the Flrst Dlstrlct. Mr. Jancs now holds tho record for tho House, for next March ho wll have enmpleti'd hls twentleth year, I,ook? Mlii' I.nnib. Although thero hns beon from tlme to tlmo talk of candidates In the Thlrd Dlstrlct. tho averagt. liinn who talks nnys that ln hls opinlon Captain T.amb wlll havo no contost oyer hls seat thln year, There aro dnubtl_n8 plenty of jj.od men In the motropolltan dlstrlct who would accopt tho positlon lf forced to do ho, but nono Is In slght at present who wishes to take IiIh chance at dc ft-atlng the only ex-Ccnfodorato soldler In tho Houso from Vlrglnln. Recent i-ondlll'.iiis ln tho Fourth Dis? trict mako developments thero uncer luln. CoiigresHtiian Turnbull has beon In hls seat less thnn a weok. Ho won lt after a lirird flght, ln whleli thero wero throo othcr candidates. SIncfi the death of Congresstnan Daaslter no onu luts hnd nn opportunity to bulld up much of an organizatlon. Nobody has ns yet snld that ho would try for thls 1 nomlnation. Congreasman Carter Olass, of. tho Slxth1 Dlstrlct, and James Hay, of tho Seventh. wlll, It Is understood, havo oiisy nnlllng. Not a breath of oppo_l tlon, It |s belleved, wlll cross the peace? ful politlcal ekles cf these distrlcts. From tlme to tlmo there has beon talk of an ?tv-iplrant to eontest tho Elghth Dlstrlct wlth Congreflfiman Car lln, but so far1 nothing has ccme of It. Prominent cItl_!*nH from thnt part o( the Stato who wore In Rlchmond dur? ing tho recent leglslatlvo sesslon dld not hesltate to oxpress the opinlon that tho Alexandrla man woultl contlnue to bo tho lndlvl.lunl drnwlng the xraallest amount of mlleage of any person who sita in the Houae of Representatlves. CHAPEL ON PRIVATE TRAIN Itnllronil Hrnd ..rlili Cnlquc Feature for i.ong Tour. New York, March 20.?With a pri? vate car Htterl out Uj. a chapel for r* llgt'oua and song sorvlces nnd attarhert to Lhe rear of hls speclal train. Arthur H Stlllwcll, president of the Kansas t.'lty, Mexlcan and Orlent Railroad, ac? companled by offlcer?, dlrectors and a Fcorc of distlngulshed American and Engllsh stockholders. left New York to-day for a tour of hlH road, whlch. when completod. wlll extenri from Kati *a__ Clty to Topolobampo Bay. on tho Paclllc COAst of Mexlco. Among thoso who_ will accompany hlm Is Pear.Ad mlral Sir Percy Scott, of thc Brltish Nn vy. Discusxlntr his tr_#> Presld-nt Stlll? wcll sald: "It has been our cu3tom for several years to Invite our Engllsh friends over for an Inspectlon tour." WOULD END HIGH PRICES .Senator Snyi. Crrlnln Article* Are I.lfteil Above .Vormnl. Erockton, Mass., Mnrch _!0.?Dlscus slng tho tarlff and the cause of hlgh prices, Senator Henry Cubot JLodgc. speaklng at a Republlcan rally laat night. sald: "I have no doubt mycelf, although I awalt tho result of tho Inquiry of tho commlttee of whlch I am chalrman, that at the present tlme there are cer? taln at-tlcle.s which nro lifted above a normal market price by comblnatlons to control the market. lf lt can be proved that such comblnatlons exist, creatlng artificial prices by artlflctal means, I am ln favor of any leglslatlon which will remedy such an evll." Senator I_o;Igo doprccated the report? ed movoincnt for another rovlslon of the tarlff cn tho ground thnt It wns unnccessary and would penallze busi? ness. He defended lhe Payne tarlff act as ono of rovlslon downward. MANHATTAN BRIDGE ABLAZE I'lremen llnvc. llnril Work Fightlua. Illnze 1CO Feet Above Itlver. New York.vMarcli 20.?A flro 1_<> fe?: above the l_a'st Rlver cn tlio new Man hattan Bridge. gavo the flromcn ono of tl o toughegt jobs thoy have had thls year. Not untll some of thom had cllmbed Into the Iron work of the brMgc, dragglng lengths ot ho ie after them. dld they succeed ln pqtttng it out ."rom above. o he flro waa Btarted tn a nlle of chemlcallv treated wooden t'.es' b.v a red-hot rlvet dropped by a vvorkman frotn aloft. Champlon* Rendy to Trnin. Hot Springs, Ark., March 20.?Ths PItteburg world champlons arrived hero to-day to start tralning for tho 1910 season. Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S OASTO R-l A Superior SEEDS Garden Seeds, Flower Seeds, Grass Seeds, Clover Seeds, Seed Potatoes, Alfalfa, Cow Peas, Seed Gorns, Onion Sets, 1.SS8X Rape, Fleld Bcana, Poultry Foods. D1GGS &BEADLES, Seed Merchants, 1709 EAST. FRANKLIN STREET, .... RICHMOND, VA* Branch Store:,603 and 605 East Marshall Street. 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