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wlth Presldent MsBryde. Dr. Burrin Cfl'r said he supposed hc got thc mo ment or thc other odnilnlstrntlon's dc eline. Besldcf', hc sald, thc number of ptudcnts thls yenr shown a toss from three yenrs ago of cnly thlrty-flvo. nnd ho belleved the nnmes on llio hooks nro now*moro unlvcrsully glven ?thnn before. Thc trcasurcr's flgures show a sllght galn In recelpts over last yenr. Mr. Frlddy dccldet'. to pass over tho tharges rclating to tho Rlson blil of 3008 regardlng a geologlcal survoy. Ile sald thls wns a matter of oplnlon nnd thnt he hnd no wny of provlhg lt. However, Mr. Smlth, of tho bonrd, look thc rcsponslblllly on tho part of thoj board for pnssngc through thc l.cgls. Intiire of thc compromise. Mr. Eggleston Insisted on the reod 5ng of the charge nnd answer us to tho Innctlon by Dr. Barringer when the blll was beforo thc Leglslature creating thc Educntlonnl Commlsslon. Thc welfrtrc committeo hnd no deslre | to push this, whlle not wlthdrawlng It. | Mr. Eggleston stntcd thnt hc, wlth'tho, late D. Q. Eggleston, had wrltten thc blll. It was declded, he sald, to secure a "mlll tax-' mcthod of ralslng money /or hig'rr-r edutatlonal Instltutlons. Hc further stated that Dr. Barringer was vigorously Inte'rested ln tho nicusurc. Cattle Snle l'nascd. The cattlo salo mlxup with Mr. Bell, b farmer, was passed by under the hoard's rules, and a protest was en? tered l>y the welfare committee. Plenty of tlme was glven to tho ?harges rclating to .hc removal nnd cbmpcnsation of Dr. Qulck, thc formor professor of uniranl husbandry and dcan of the agrlcultural department. | This was evldently an old sore.- for! most of tho members of thc board'; had somethlng to say. Mr. Noel sald that matters should have been ar? ranged so that thc State's money need not have been used to pay a clalm for work dono for the United States gov? ernment. Dr. Barringer said the dolay in pay? ment was due, to thc dcluy of the board ln dlspenslng with Dr. Qulck's Bervices. Professor Surface chnrneterized thc affair as an adirjinistratlvo bltiridcr which could sesreoly be explained by any sort of business judgment. Dr. Barringer drcw the dlstlnctlon that Dr. Qulck was novcr appointed dean of tho agrlcultural department, but was asslgned to. those dutles. A statement wos made by tho prcsl Ident that he belleved Mr. Peyton, tho former farm superintendent, misundeiv stood thc orrangement niado as to hls 6crylccs, This was ln reference to tho nntagonlsm between Mr. Peyton and Dr. Qulck. Tho next charge, thnt of Ignoring Sieads of departments wlth rofcrenco to changes in thelr sphcres, was a long one. President Barrlnger's nnswor was categorlc, cxplainlng his action ln each caso and denylng for tho most part that ho had mado changes with? out consulting dcpartnicntnl hcads. Llttle consideratlon was glven to thc statement ns to ncglcct of arrange? ments for recelvlng the farmer stu? dents of tho winter course. It was stated by tho welfavo com? mitteo that lt recrnrded its charge ns to fallure to have regular faculty meetings as very Importnnt. r>r. Bar? ringer eonton.ed tliat lt had l.een found best to dispatch business mninly through committees of tbe faculty, thus rendcring general meetings un necessary. FacuMj- S'ol CoiiNuKed. Many -Jpiportant changes sald Pro? fessor Surface. had been mado without consultation wlth the faculty. Hls argumont was that thls body should have control in the caso of young stu? dents on matters of disclplino as well as of policy. ' i ' There bad been no great decllne. ln the opinion ot Dr. Barringer. in tho numbor of faculty meetings of the Virginia Polytcchnlc Institute. Professor J. E. WJllla'ms, hoad of mathematics, sald that members of tlie faculty concerned were notiilcd of pro jected changes. Rcforring to thc char.crc regardlng the abolltlon of the executlve council, :.Dr. Barringer sald ho would leavo lt ' to any professor to say if thc govern? ment of the school was more autocratic ; tban heretofore. ; Abolltlon of mornlng praycrs came next. Professor .^iiTfacft, sald that thls feature did away .yMh a'dcsirable gath ering of tho students for religious pur? poses at an impresslonablc age. Dr. ?Barringer replied that the chapel could not bc properly teated. Asslstant Com mandant Erodie read a statement tshowlng many Olsadvantagcs of at? tending chapcl gcrvice and d* saving of 1300 a year by thf* change. Sorvico is now held at tho breakfast table. Col-! ! oncl Brodle sald the mllltary depart : ment had requested tho new afrarige : ment, and added that the mlnisters dld pot object Dr. Barrlnger's answer regarding the ; flress parade on Sunday was that re sponslblllty was taken by Captain Jam trson, the former commnndnnt. Cbecra Froiii student*. Not much was made of the lack of punishment of a student accuscd of Irunkenness by the presldent. The aroof was Insufflcient. He had tnken i student's word. Professor Surface 1 nquired as to taking th? word of the | iccused party Instead of that of tho jrofessor who made the report. Pros j dent Barringer replied: "In thc school j'rom which I came a man's word was ^queezmj Pimples lots Not Cure Them, But ln* creases Them. f_pat vour blood, scientific jly, Tako Stuarfs Calcium Vaferti and the pimples will itappear forever, inside of a reek. Purify tho system and lear the face. 50c a box at our drug atore. Send foi* rte trial paokage to io F. A. Stuart Co., 175 luart Bldfv Mar?haU, Mich, The alert young man who keeps postcd *vy i 11, f. n d oUP datly advertisements authori? ty on what to -wear and where to get tt. They will present to him a sure cure lor "Tailorltis." They teli Irotn time totime', how Berry suits are made? why they represent such su pertor value and how it is that such garmentscannot foe found anywhere else. A story well worth our tell ing arid well worth your con? slderatlon. Tf you're ajudge of style and value you'll appreciate our Spring showings in suits at $16 to $35. lf you are^mot our store.is.a safe place for you to come any way. Our new soft hats are real things of beauty. All tho most popular shapes and shades aro here, and se lecting'3 easy at $1.30 to $5. , Boys' Nobby Crushes. .1.00 to *_._0. Glrls' (.well Mllons. i?_.00 to ._.__. Childrcn's Straw Sallors, *1.00 up. Misses' Panamas, llchly trimmed, $10. Otl. Exclusive styles. take'n abbvc everythlng else." Thls sentlment was loudly. chccrcd by tho students present. A statement from an absent person was presented by tho welfare commlt? tee regardlng tho burnlng of the cream-* ery. Thls was, of courso, rulod out, and the usual protests were Illed. Tho bonfire, when wood was sald to have hocn stolen from tho townspoople, was declared by tho president to be j an old custom. Ilo had, hoadod tho boys from the wood at the moss hall und thoy had "taken thc town." In I _o.no cases payment. was agreed on. Lack of harmony ln cortnln other utlei-an.'c-. byDr. Barringor looked Uku I inslncerlty tim iho welfare committeo. lio had statC-l ln a letter last Juno that books and records would be shown to any cltizen of thc Stato. Later in? formation was doclinod untll the board at lts Kichmond meeting au? thorized thc givlng of information. Dr. Barringer sald that ho was absont at tho tlme of Mr. Priddy'.. vlslt. and that later questions were asked whlch would havo taken a largo amount of troublo. and worc possibly asked to i mako thc ofllcials work. Mr. Priddy de? clared on hls honor ns-a Mason. that I he had madc no such request for thls I purposo. Thc Dr. Quick matter. hav ! Ing beon dlsposed of some tlmo ago by the board, was passed by, Comlng to Insufflclont caro ot young women who como to Blncksburg to attend Germans, Professor Surface sald that Dr. Barrlnger's answer to tho pro test of the mlnlsters of the town Ih dlcated a poor knowledgo of Impor? tant points ln tho work of educatlon. The president decllned to, comment further, except to call attentlon to hls rullngs rogulatlng theso social affalrs. The communicatlon of Dr. Barringer ls known as the "Grass Wldow Law." Chnrgea Vnaaed Hy. Under tho rule, the questions as to relatioini of Dr. John Sponcor wero passod by. The samo action was taken as to tho salo of tubercular cows and of cholora-lnfcctod hogs. Three aflldavlts wero presented by the welfaro committeo and one' by Dr. Barringor. all being rojected. On thcdtploma given to W. D- Mar? tln. tho prcsidoni sald thls studont was graduated. not because of hls: effort to get justlco, butbyan uc.t .of grace. Mr. Martin's atTldavit was ruled out. Tho Peyton agrcement met" tho' samii fato for a 'similar roason. Taking up.tho delay in corrcctlhg a press report, Dr. Barringor, sald ho dld not considor tho'nilstako one which would havo embraced tho board of vlsttor.s. Perhaps tho most serlous charge.of all was that of Ignoranco of' educa? tional methods and pollcies. Thls was dlvlded Into several subsections. Pro? fessor Surface pcrsonally appealed to ull to put thelr feet once for oll on the Idea that literary soclotlcs have no placo In the world to-day. thoso In stltutions having been clussod by Dr. Barringer wlth last year's birds' nosts These young mon who are hls ac cusers. replled the president, are not capable of judglng hlm as to . hls knowledgo of educational matters. Ilo had tiied to encourage lltorarjv so-" cietles, but to na'nvail." Protest Was ohtered by the com? mlttee ugainst /the practlcal abolition of history. Untll Vlrglnla Polytcchnlc Instltuto can get rtd of hlgh school courses, replled tho president, history cannot bo successfully - put In tho currlculum, Ilo said Latln had not been abollshed, but that it is intondod to drop lt. since it is tho alm to get moro and moro technica] subjects. It took r.orn. patlonce, sald Dr- Barringer, to list. ti to view.. of m?n wlthaaademlo trslplng ln crltlclsm of tho new ap prtnUcu courso. Ka I-igUt-Hour Lavr. As to raising tho standard or the j teachlng force, pr. Barringor sald that j the ."carrity of students ln the school ot vcierinary mo-(i_tne was largely be- I cautc- of consolidation of chatrs. 'Pro? fessors had no eight-hour law. he said. rolerrlng to the Inequallty of thelr work. The results depend on the man rather than bn .hls hours. Comlng to the appo|r>tm?_t of com mltK-os, Professor Surface sald Dr Barrlnger's opinlon that loyalty to tho admlnlstration and . capablllty are equal ln ossentlal qu.llttcs, wna a serlous statement and a dangerous at tltu'dp. It would he unwlso, returned thu president, to appolnt men not. ln sympathy w)th tho admlnlstration. The pnr__i.nl c haracieil'stlcs of'the pie_-ldc.it, relating to the lack of high Idoals und Inlluerico over tho stndentH, wero paused hy on rootion of th$ w?N fnro committeo. Aftldavlts wero rulnd out nn to;delay ln bam Itnprovomcnts. "Tho liorn". was thc next t.ople. Thls wus a llttlo _non:,*mous college publlratlon In whleh ihero wcrc rellcctlons on tho offlelals, Inr.ltiding tho presldent. Fallure on ihe part of thc olllcers to suppress It. .vas tho cnusc of tho charge. Dr. Bar. rlnger suld hc had -onco thought of .hls pnpnr ns posslbly 'Mr. Prlddy's Ilrst attempt nt moral assassinntlon. How? ever, he now dlsclnlmed thls oplnlon, Tho regular college pnpor, "Tho Tcch," wns tlie next subjtct for dis iiisslon, Professor Surfnce saylng it wns not a worthy publlcation, At ncks wero recently made on town of flclnls In thls paper, nnd they wcrc irosentod hy Mnyor Frlth. who flgurcd n them consplcuously. Lack ot cen sorshlp wa3 charged. Dr. Barringer ?ald one of tho. artlcles hnd been re? garded by lilm ns offenslve, and hc lind lald down thc law to tho "Tech" staff and caused a correctlon to bc .ent out. Ilo belleved thc boys should show moro dlgnlty than they havo lone, but that a college paper should retlect tho interests of students in thelr own fashion. Olaclpllne Iinproveil. Colonel Brodle sald hc thought the llsclpline now much better thon n few ycars ugo. The chargo as to tho sort of Jolios formerly told by Prosldent Bnrrtnger. wns. gono ovor without ar? gument. Thls ended thc ovldencc. Tho ?new charges, notlec of which was served on Dr. Barringer thls woek,*1 wero not taken up. ln .just a word of concluslon Mr. Priddy reported belng placed ln the posltlon ? of belng willing to sacrlflce the school for thc purpose ot securlng Dr. Barrlnger's rcsignatlon. Presidont Barringer nttempted to road a flnal statcmont. He,was. not allowed to do so, nnd lt was flled later. Tho board then went Into cxii-Uttve sesslon. Members Chosen fpr House Rules Committee '\te.QiasE,T*tfz*fyfox;.> ? ? . -B-^vX-S-^TKlotJia. ^BAtzt-iii. OrP^tTM" RE^.d^-vB.lsjm?5M!EBiCto7r.. ^3otJi__^LL,lLL %BiIS!^__^cSorlSW J^EP^tJo-EtTcJ .ftlZc?l?ALD XESSff^LSSlXO^l^lST^ * Hli.-CHW^CLARK.TlO _^C_E TJ^E/RVOOD, _AliA. CHANGE THE VIQRATION It Makes for Hcaith. A raan tricd leaving off meat, potatocs, coffee, and etc, and adopted a breakfjjst of fruit, Grapc-N'uts witli cream, some crisp toast and a cup of Postum. Hia health began to improve at one for the reason that a meat catcr will reach a place,once in a while where his system eeems to become clogged and tho machinery doesn't work snioothly. A change of this kind puts aside food of low nutritive value aud takes up food and drink of the highest value, already partly digested and capable of beiug quickly changed into good, rich blood anq 6trong tissue. A most valuable feature of Grape-Nuts ia tbe natural phosphatc of potasn grown in the grains from which\it is maidc. This is the elcmcnt which transforms albumon in the boilv into the soft gray substancc which fills brain hnd nerve centrcs. A few days' uso of Grape-Nuts will give one a degree of nervous strength well worth the trial. Look in pkgs. fur thc little book, "The Road tp. Well ville." iiThcrc'_ a l"..asoiu'} ? ?_*, . Repeating Rifles $2.95 Each Army Guns?Like New c anoes! "Boat Club Swimming Suits" ONE PIECE Watkins-CottrellCo. 1311 E. Main Street. Agents Clafiin Baseball Shoes. COUNTRY FAR BEHIND Hobson TcIIm "\Vbn. ..lii.t llc Done to Itcgnln Anviil I'oslllon. Washinffton. D. C. .March 20.?Dur? lng tho dlscusslon ot thc naval blll to-day, Hopresentatlvc Hobson. of Ala? bama, exclted Interest by declarlng that .the United States would have to provldo for llvo battleshlps annu'ally for ton ycars to reKntn tho placo thc countrv occupled ntnotig naval powcrs in I09ii, lf tho country was lo ?veep paco wlth othor natlons in naval ad vanccment, lio sald, slx new battleshlps n y.ear would be necessary. THE WEATHER F"ore>ca?tj VlrKlnln?G?*n.rnlly foir Sunriayi Monday, iiusettlcd nnd prob? ably nhoiversj llglit <o modcrntc ?'? rinble wIuiIm, beeoniing south. North Curollna?Generally falr Sun? dny and Mondnj-i ltght, vurtable ivtnds. 0ON?lilO.\S YESTERDAY. 8 A. M. temperature. 61 Humidlty . 30 Wind, dlrectlon .... .Nortlieast Wlnd, vclocity. 5 Weather .P, cloudy 12 noon temporature.;.- 73 3 P. M- temperature.;. 76 Maxlmum tomperature up to 5 P. M.I....... 76 Minlmum temperature up ,to 5 P. M. 54 Mean temperature . 65 Normal temperaturo . 50 Kxeess ln temporature. 1,51 Dodelency ln temperature since March 1 . 166 Accum. excess in temperature since January 1.'.. 0 Deticloncy in ralnfall since March 1. 1*4 Accum. detlclency ln ralnfall since January 1 .' .39 COXDlTIONS IX raPOHTAM' ClTIES, (At S P. M. Eastorn Standard Tlme.) Place. Tlier. II. T. Weather. Norfolk . 6. Hattoras . 60 Potrolt . 53 Buffalo . 4-1 KatSSIs. 76 "Vellowstono .... GS Charlotte . 7 0 J'ack.sonvilla ... 72 Atlanta . 76 Moblle . 7 6 Ashevilio . CS New Orleans ... 78 Key AVest . 70 Tampa . 66 Charleston . 78 Ralolgh . 6S Washlncton ..., 61 Savannah . 66 Clncinnatl . 66 MIXIATVRH AI.MANAC, March 27, 1016. Kun rlsos.,.. r,:04 HICUl TIDR.. Sun'?otw. ?:27 Mornlng,... 5;54 Moon rlscs.. S;14 Kvcntng,,., 0:11 "OBITUARY Mr?, Ilnrhuru Glllcnplo. ?,,.-'?'? .-Uarhara Uillosple. wlfo of Cao, Uillesple, of Tazewell, dled at Iho John StouriUUilU JXuiuiial Frlday afternoaa EE-DB. STRIKE IS THJMF PIST Sympathctic Movement Will Bc ' ^cclarcd Off To Day. MANY MEN BACK AT WORK Carmen Declare They Will Con tinue All Summer if . Necessary. Ph-ladelphtn, Pa., March 2(1.?Tlie genoral sympathotlc strlko ln thls city is a thing of tho past. Tho varlous unions who qnit work out of sympathy wlth tho strlking carmen aro prepar Ing to resumo work on Monday. A meeting of tho Centrnl Labor Unlon wlll be. held to-morrow, at whlch thc sympothetlc strlko wIU bo lormally called olT. Many unlon work? ers havo antlclpated thls action, and havo already returned to work. Leaders of tho strlking carmen de? clared to-day that thc car strlko wlll bc contlnued all summer unless the !Phlladelphta Tiapld Transit Company recedes from Its positlon. The company, on the othor hand, claims Its car servlco Is improvlng dally ,and each day further rerhove.. tho chances of all tho strikers agaln obtainlng employment with the com? pany. fe'lx persons wero arrested lost night followlng attempts to wreck trolley cars In different parts of tho clty. During tho night one man was shot and slightly injured, a police raiin's arm was fracturod by a thrown brick, nnd flve enrs were damaged. i at 3:30 o'clock. Mrs. GUlesple Ieaves seven children, three daughters and four sons, Barnes Glllospte. recently. appolnted United States district at? torney for tne Westorn District, boing one. Thomas Gillo'splo, the youiurest son, Is professor of higher mathomatlca in Cornell Unlverslty. Tho funoral will bo at the homo ln Tazewell to-djiy Colonel Joraea H. Morrlsoo.. [Speclal to Tho Tln_e_-._>isputoh.] Luray, Va., March 26.?Colonel James H. . Morrlson, one of the best known educators ln tho State, dled thls morn? ing at hls home. in Luray, followlng an attack of nctite Indlgestion. Col? onel Morrlson had a brilliant war rec? ord. sorvlng. throughout tho four. years ln the Confederate army, whore ho roso from a prlvato to colonol. Hc was present at tho capruro of Vicksburg by Genoral GJrant in 1864, Colonel Morrl? son camo to Luray. about flfteen year.i. ago, and, ln addltion to holdlng vaVlous prlnelpalshlps of schools ln Page coun? ty, he conducted a military school ln Luray. He was regarded as an au? thority on military taotlcs. He is.sur? vlved by three children, llving |n Luray ?Captain R. T. Morrlson, of tho Sov enty-secoHd Vlrglnla Reglment, and Mrs. W. KT. Darble and Mlss Sara Mor? rlson.. Another son ls F. H. a. Mor? rlson, of Rlchmond. Colonol Morrlson graduated- from tho Virginia Military Instltuto lu 1S60, and marrled Mlss Frances Honderson Smith, a daughter of Goneral Francls II. .Smlth, superln tendont of that institution. Colopel Morrlson was elected a professor of the Untverslty of Alabama at tho cIobon of the war, and later was adjunct pro foHKor of chemistry, wlneralogy and geology ot the Vlrglnla Military tnsil tute. Colonel, Morrlson was at ono tlme' the largest contributor ot tha Smlthsoptan Institute. He was . pa*t master of the Luray Masonlo lodge. past hlgh prtest of Luray Royal Aroh Ohapter, and held perhaps a dozen other ao Important positions ln tne order. He. was born tn Brunswick county, and dt-fl with'.n twelve hours Fine Watches! t Tlio public is cordially- invited to otir Eifthteenth Annual Display of tho celcbrated Patek Pfrillppe & Co.'s Watches, Friday, April lst, from 9 A. M.to b l\ M., for ono day only. JAHNKE HROS., 912i-M_My_J__?UeBL S,: A,'".'.:' of hlH soventy-nrflt blrthday, nnd wns (__ !_ear ?'cl'ltlvo of Congrcssman Turn btlll, who wa? recently elected from tho Fourth District. Jotin Wllllnui l.nriiinnd. rspoclal to Tho Tlnt*_s* Dlspatch.l Afexandrln, vrn? Murch 26.?John Wllllam I.artnnnd, a Houthct'tl Rnllwny flrcmnn, dled yestorday at tho Alesun clrla Ho.pltnl. followlng nn .oporatlon for lntcrnai injurlen sustolrfed several dnys ngo by bcing struck by a rod of a'locomotive. I-Io-wiir twenty-slx yenrs old and unmarrled. ' Mr. Ln.r itiral wns a son of-Frnnels I_in.rm*nd, nnd llvcii wlth hls pnrcnts at 11 n South Columbus Streot. His funeral wlll take plnco Monday morrting, Mr*. 11, D, Allnut, f Spoclal to Tho Tlines-Dlspatch, | JclTerson. Va? March- 28.?Mrs. Brownlo Carhnrt Allnutt, wlfe of B. D. Allnut.t, dled at hor homo, at Klmlng ton, Powhntnn 'county. at 10 o'clock thls mornlng. Sho lenves a husband, ono son. a brother nnd two sisters. Thc funeral -will bo nt Emtinuel Church al 3 P. M. Monday, March 28. DEATHS ~" BAIRD?Dlod. Sundny, March 20. 1010, nt her resldence, 2244 Balnbrldgo Htreet, Swanoboro, MRS. C. K. BA1RD. . < . ,A prcciotiB one-from us has gone; A volco wo loved ls stlllcd; A placo Is.vacant in ,our home Whleh never cnn bo flllcd. God In Hls wlsdom. hns recalled The boon Hls lovo hns glven, And though the body slumbers here, Thc soul is safe in heaven. BY HER CIHL.DREN. McDONAM)?Dled, at her resldence, 513 North' Kccond Streot, Mnrch 2G, nt 10:30 P. M., MISS KATE McDON AI.TJ. 6ho leaves ono brother, Jo? seph A. McDonald. Funeral from St. Peler*s Church. Klghth and Graco Streets, MONDAY. March 28, at 10 A. M. Interment ln Mt. Calvary Cometery. Frlends in? vited to attend. MUNFORD?-Died, at his parents' rcsl? dence, H0O Tnylor Streot, Frlday, nt 4 F. M? ROBERT MUNKORD, ln fant sifn of Mnggio and John Mun? ford; oged throo years and flfteen dnys. Funeral SUNDAY, 2 P. M.. from tho rcsldence. SOUTHERN?Dled. March 24. atFallon. Ncvada, II. ItOWLEr SOUTHERN. only son of 11. F. AV. Southern, ot thls clty. Interment at Fallon. VJNCENT?Died. Suddenly, ot her resl? dence, 201 South Laurel Street, Frl? day mornlfsj nt 1:15 o'clock, MRS. IV. T. VINCBNT. Funeral from St. Andrew's Church SUNDAY. March 27. at 2:30 o'clock. WENDMNGER?Dled. on Saturdav. March 26, at hls resldence, 616 East Franklin Stroet, DK. ARTHUR WENDMNGER. Funeral on SUNDAY AFTERNOON. March 27, at 4 oVlock. from St. Petcr's Church, Eighth and Grace fcStreets. . WARDEN?Entered Into rest, at 9:15 A. M.. March 26, ANMIK LOUISE. youngest daughter of J. H. and Julla F. Ward.n. agod flve years nlno months nnd thlrtecn dnays. Funeral servlces from Church of the Good Shepherd. Forest HIU, MONDAY. March 28. at 10 o'rlo<*k A. M. Frlends and rolatlvos Invited to attcnd. J FUNERAL N0TICES WENDMNGER?Tho Richmond Clty Pontnl Fociety, at n called meetlng for tho purpose of passlng suitable resolutlon* on the death of Dr. A. WENDMNGER. who had long been a member of the soclety, aftor culo glstlc remarks, pajssed a resolutlon requestlng tho members of the so? clety to meet at St. Pcter's Catho dral. Eighth and Graco Streets, SUN? DAY, March 27, 1910, at 3:45 P. M_. and attcnd hls funeral In a body. P. 8. L.ESTER, Secrotary. WOODSON?The funeral servlces ot the late A. J. WOODSON wlll be hold at ,hls rcsldence, in Henrlco, THIS MORNING at 10 o'clock. IN MEMORIAM UNGER?In memory of my boy. JOHN WII.UAM UNGER, who died three years ago to-day, March 27, 1907. Gone, but not forgottcn. MOTHER. ? STODDARD?In sad but lovlng romem hrance of my husband and our father. Dled March 25. four years ago, Friday, 1910. What Is all tljis world without you? Nuught but darkness, fraught wlth pain; Yet wo cannot, dearost father, Call or wlsh you back again. BY HISTW1FE AND DAUGHTERS. DELANEY?Whcreas. tho Great Splrit of tho univcrso, Creator and Ruler of all manklnd, in Hls wlsdom has seen fit to call from our mldst and froife the path of duty, one of the offlcers of tho Water Department. ?we. members of tho Water Works Mutual Aid Association, now assem bled, bear thls trlbuto to our frlend and comradc. ALEXANDER DE? LANEY, whoip We admired and re? spected, and whose death we pro foundly and alncerely mourn; there? fore, bo lt Kesolved, Flrst. That we -who were so long assoclated wlth hlm, offer thls tributo to tho industry, gentle nees, patlonco and high character eNomplifled by him in hls dally walks of life, hls fldellty to evory duty, hls courtoous treatment-of one .and all ailko, and to hls klnd consideratlon nnd care for tho employes over whom he had chargo durlng flfteen years of sorvlce as-Superintendent of tho Pump-Housos. Second. That we tender to his bc reaved 'family our earnest and sln coro sympathy in thls sad- hour of aOliction, and while affoctlon grloves for the departod, may falth soothe the wounded splrlts of hls loving frlends and devoted famlly,- and hopo point them to the home of immortaltty where they. shall dwell .wlth him forever. Third. That a copy of theso reso Uitlons be spread upon the minutes of tho assoclatlon, and also that a copy bo sent to.the sorrow-strlckon famlly. M. P. JOHNSON, ?? C. E. HILD. Secretary. Presldent. tloo ILatt to ?lasi*..j>. WANTED,. AN EXPERIENCED FUR nlshlng goods salesman; ono who is capable ? ot .tnklng oharge ot stock. Address J. K, F., caro Tlmes-Dls? patch. _Sl(f2.inir?3i^ffif_l_isjralrIj Household Premium Coupon MARCH 27, 1910. NOTICE TO COUPON CUPPERS On and after April 23, l9IO,The Times-Dispatch will discontinue printing the household coupons. -j8--_. JQbk. J&^ __*g_W Is there an evening or a Sunday in your home when an (NNER-PLAYER PIANO wpuldn't bc wclcoinc? Of course not. The INNER PLAYER awaits no finished musician. When it is.used'no one ever says, "I didn't bring my niusic along." Anybody can play it. The price is reasonable. The terms are satlsfactory. Come in and play the IN NER-PLAYER. FjahleViano Pa. "MEADOU/WTHW KVUtYTHIHfi MUSIC*. ..i.-i.yl-a.ni) wti.l, iiekt.se piia-VCiiise to neghoes Annapolis, Md., March 26.?Last night, ln a caucus of tho Democratic members of the Leglslntur-. looklng to thn dlsfranchlsement of tho ucgroe:. of thls Ktute. lt wns docldcd to adopt the IUbbs plnp. Thls Is based on tho fuct thnt tho Stato of Maryland haa novor ratltlcd tlie llft-cnth amondment to tho Federal Constltutlon glvlnj? ne? groes tho rlght to vote. It provldes thut an tho Constltutlon of tho.Stato gives tho ballot to whlto rten only, negroes may be refused registration. It ls not supposed under thls plan to attempt to provent negroes voting at congre.islonal or presldontlal elections, rcstrlction spplylng only tp Slate and munlcipol elections. - Wlll Ilnlld Marailmn Road. [Speclal to ThoTime_-Dlsi)atcli.1 Danville. Vh.. March *_6.?Prellmlnary plans for tho constructlon of a new macadam road leadlng into Danvllla from Mllton, N. C. were fotmulftted at noon to-day at a niass-mlctlnis. held at tho store of R. B. Gllbert, soveral mlles from tho clty. It is planned to bulld tho road from Tlppctt's Crosslnc to MlUon, and already Oont fl.lOO has been subscrlbcd for the vpnture. Jahnke Bros., Jewelers 912 East Main Streot, taljc plcasurc in announcinj; their Eigh tccnth Annual Exhibit of Finc Watchcs, made by thc rclcbratcd Patek Phlilippc & Co., of Geneva, Swit.cr land, FRIDAY. April the lst, for-one day only. Thc public is cordiatly invited to inspect these works of art. T. A. MILLER Inc, 519 E. Broad Street YOUR EYES ?MAY? 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