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Spring Apparel For Men Assortments have-now assumed the satisfactory stage of completion. Every thing that is new and desirable is represented?original effects, tasteful materials and colorings and the grades of workmanship which give assurance of fullest service. ? Blue Serge Suits Grey Scotch Suits Blue Unfinished Worsted Suits Black Thibet Suits Brown Velour Suits $10,$12,$15,$18,$20,$25 At $15, Flfteen styles?in Men's new Spring and Special Easter Pat? terns, of Gray, Blue and Brown Suits. Boys' $5 Clothes will be one of the powerful attractione in the Juvenile Department. At this price we hope to "astonish the natives" with our values and varieties. Like wise we are ready to answer a heavy demand for Suits at all prices. $2.98, $3.48, $5, $6, $7.50, $10 EASTER SHIRTS 50c, $1.00, $1.50. EASTER HATS $1.40 $1.90, $2.90, $4.00. EASTER NECKWEAR EASTER VESTS, 25c, 50c. |i.5o $2, $2.50, $3. We Buy For CASH THE QROAD AN& LOBE JSEVENTH STS We Sell For CASH The Crater of Mount Etna, Which Is Again Active MOUNT ETN._, l_OOKING FROM THB UIRBCTJON OF CATAXIA.' k_..__i_:_. _--:? HAVE READY THEIR CATALOGUE No. 101 FOR THE SPRING AND SUMMER SEASONS AND WILL. MAIL A. COPY UPON REQUEST. ftfft -J-.tm.ttfj, 34 ,!f anil ___?_?, ftmto, $*_? fork ._>?saaa 11 l I . .? i un i ?iiii-~-w-_M____gs__-__5_S-_-i^_=*?= Catanla,. SIcily. March 20.?Reportt from all points ln the district directly affected by the eruption of Mount Etna Indlcate-that the vlolenes of the move? ment wlthin the volcano is subsidlmr. The varlous lava streams are now ad? vanclng vory slowly, movinK only. a fow yards in the last twelvo hours. Unless a new eruption occurs, thcrc is llttle, further danger- to he feared. Novertholess. detachments of soldier; and flremen aro held In readiness. Thev have already constructod a strong wall around the ihrca.Lened >?''?-* of Nlcolosl. Hundreds of peasaijts have lost thelr homes and worldly belongings. and it ls sald that many of them wlll eml grate to Amcrica. ? - ? ?????-. ? ?-? SUCCESS OF DOYEN METHOD rutlcnt Cured of\ Cnnecr Hy Hot Ai. aml -ElcelrlcH}-. Elaltimoro, Md.. March _.'C?lioandei Dookiiigblll, thc tirai man. in this country to undergo a surgical opera tion foi* removal of cancerous growtli by tho Doyen method, loft St, Luko't Hospltal yosterday, .pronounced cured Mr, Lookli.gbill ??"? .slxty-ninc- yours old, Throe' years ago thc cancer do veloped. Ho has beon at thc hospltu: four months. Tho Doyon treatmeiu, which conststf of applying to the afi'octcd nesh ho^ sterlllzod alr and clcctrlcity after hy podornilc Injcrtlons ot .urunv was given the siiftcrer. A new upper li) was made by the physicians, as that oi tl_o.pat.lent was affected, and part u, lt had to be romove'd. Slnco tho Doyen operatlon was per formed on Mr. .D'ooKlngbill thero havt beon twenty other -slinllar operatlon; at thls hospltal, nnd ."-11 tho prttlenti givo' ln'dlcwtlo'ns of uUlmato. recoyery Tho .Doyen, elpctrbtji'.rnpp'.itlcal 'ilo partment of'.St. .LiilM'H "Hospltal wo,, Inatalletl Inst full at grpat oxpense ti t|io Instltutlon, Tt ln. salcl to lm th' only.do'pivtment of Itu Hlhil in'Uv ; countrjr.', TEACHERS VISIT Eighth Congressional Assocation Adjourns After Two Days' Session. [Speclal to Tlu* Tlmes-Dispatch.] Aloxandria, Va., March 20.?Tho Elghth Congressional Dlstrlct teachers' annual meeting, whlch convened here Thursday ovenlng last, In annual ses? slon, came to an end at noon to-day. The cducfltors early thls aftornoon took a speclal train to Mount Vernon as guests of tho business mon of* the clty. They rcturned shortly beforo 1 o'clock, and wore shown thc polnts of Interest around tho city. Most of the tcachors departed to-nlght for thelr respectlve homes, in order to bc home Easter Sunday, All cxprossud themselves as hlghly pleased with their entertalnment whllo ln thls clty. Before adjourplng the business ses? slon thls morning,: a resolution was passed, exprosslng the appreciation of the teachers for the courtesy shown by tho pcoplo of Alexandrla. Thanks were rcturned to Superlntendent Wll? liam H. Sweoney, hls prlnclpals and teachers, the clty School Board, Cham? ber of Commerce, the representatlve commlttee of thc local teachers as semblcd, and the manager of the Young People's buildlng, of Alexan? drla, for the many things they had done to mako thelr stay ln thls city both pleasant. and profltable. The morning session was opened with the reading ot an Interesting paper on history, by Mlss Cora Flsh paw, normal tralning teacher, Cul? peper. MlsB Scllna Taylor, Manassas Hlgh School, Manassas, also read a paper on thc same subject. Tho principal address of tho morn? ing was made by Dr. Cllff W. Stone, Stato Normal School, Farmvllle, who took for hls theme, "Sociallzatlon of .School Work," whlch he handled In an abl_ and forclblo manner. "Domc3tlc Sclenco" was tho subject of a paper read by Miss Lula D. Metz. Manassas. TEACHERS SPEND DITSY DAY. IiitcrcKtluR* Thcme Dlncuj-sed nnd Sev ernl Aililre_?es Mnde. i [Speclal lo The Tlmcs-Dlspatch.] Williamsburg, Va., March 2fi.?Thn second day's sesslon of the Third Dis? trict Toachers' Convention convened this morning at 9 o'clock. ln the chapel of Wllliim and Mary, Chairman C. G. Burr presidlng. After prayer by Rev. R. L.. Walton, of the Presbyterlan Church, the chalrman read the theme of tho day's dlscusslon, "What the Public School Can Do for tho Health of the Community." In the absence of Dr. Willlams, State Health Commlssioner, Assistant State Commlssioner of Health Dr. Freeman, of Rlchmond, dlscussed "Personal and Practlcal ^Ilygiene." Otfter speakers were Professor J. W. Ritchie, "Instruc tion and Directlon of Sanltatlon"; A. H. Htzgcrald, of Rlchmond, "The Dlrty Chlld Problem and How to Solvo It"; Mlss Georgle Dunn. *The School and Community Health." Dr. H- E. Bennctt. of William and Mary, was conductor of a round table discusslon on tlio morning thomo. Examiner E. H. Russoll. of Fred? erlcksburg, dellvered an address on thc "Professional Standard of Teachlng." The conventlon perfected a perma? nent organizatlon by tho election of W. M. Adams. of Richmond, vlce-pres? ldent, and Miss Georgie Dunn, secre? tary. Mr. Burr wlll contlnue as chair? man of the district conventlon by vircuc of hls appolntment by thr- State assoclation as district vice-presldent. A rlslng vote of thanks was extend ed to the people of Williamsburg gen? erally. and tho educational department of the Clvic Loague in partlcular, for thelr courtesies and hospltallty. The plAcc of next mfeetlng of the convention was left to an executlvo committeo to be appolnted by thc pres? ident. Deposed Sultan'* D-M_. [Speclal Cable to Tlie Tlraes-Dlapatch.] Constantlnople. March _6.? The Increasc In the receipts of tho Turklsh customs. prop? erty taxos and other tithes has enablcd the Turklsh governmont to pay ?2,:00.000 of the debts of the deposed Sultan. as well ,as to provlde penBlons for officials placod on thc rctired list, and to make eupplementary approprlatlons to tho varlous departments. still leavlng a conslderable sum at tho end of the financlal year in the treasury. Get Your Rent List Get your rent list now and plck out tlie house you want to move in thls fail. But be sure and get a houso that is electric llghted. Check off Tiouses marked "electric llghted" lf you want a comfortable homo. >iow "electric llghted" means a great deal more than lt says, for the samo wlres carrylng the lighting current furnislies current for ironing. sewlng, washlng, vacuum cleanlng. hair curllng and many other useful purposes. Only a few contg a weok ndded to your llghting- Mll vill work wondors ln llghtenlng tho do? mestic hurdens. For Information or advlce call at the offlces ot the Vir? ginia Railwav and Power Company, Seventh and Maln Streets. sa. Wedding Gifts ..of Quality.. The attractive gifts for this happy season are here in an elegant va? ricty of appropriate pieces in Ster? ling Silver and Cut Glass. No matter how incxpensive or elaborate you may wish your gift to bc, satisfactory selection may readily bc made. JKamond Rings... ' For thc fiift to thc bride, prospee tive buyers should inspect our dis. plav of loose and mounted precious stones of exceptional quality. . The prestipe of the Schwarschild store ts evidence :_f reasonable prices and excellence of mcrchan? dise. ? Schwarzschild Biros. J_\veler_, Broad antl S*cond Streets, ACiGAB.THENDUEL [Speclal Citbla to Tho Tlm*s-Dinpatch.] Paris, March M,?Oiillant Monslour Payer, a Parls morcliant, was tho victor ln a dual about a pair of bluo eyes and a clgar, fought In the I'arc des Prlnce* tho other day. jrIh opponent wu a 3panlard, llving In London. Thc two tnct ia a railway car on a Jour ney from .Madrld, tho only othor occupant of whlch was a. protty I'arlslan dancer wlth whom _.f. payer was Instanlly amltten. Tha Spanlard, who sat opposlto tho ' dancsr, llghted a algar, wheroupon liis lady was rr.lgbtlly offonded, and told hlm he waa vory lmpoltte to smoko ln her Drescnco. ln atoad of apologlzlng and throwing hls clgar away, tlio Spanlhrd Inslsted lio hAd the rlght to do as ho pleased. Thls so angered the worthy Frenchman that ho would hav. sprung upon tha Hpanlard had not tha woman hold hlm back by maln force. Tha upshot of tho matter was an exchange of cards, and tho evontual meeting In the Pnrc. They fought wlth n words for ovor an hour, amld mud and pourlng raln. M. Payer plnked hla man aevcrol tlmcs, and finally tho Hpanlard wlthdrew wlth an ugly wound In the sword arm. The Uuellata parted un rcconcllad. THIEVES ROB GAMBLERS "PolIcMnen'' Wlw Rnld Hotel Unoin Piafl to Bn Robbers In DlsguUe. [Speclal Cabio to Tho Tlmoa-Dlapatch.] Rome. March 06.?Tho papora publlsh par? tlculars of a remnrkablo raid on a gatnlng room connected wlth one of tho principal hotels of Rome and nlghlly resorted to by many rlch forelgnera. A tcw nlghta nso half a dozon pollcemen suddenly entarert the room whlte roulotto was In progress and selzed all tho money on the tables, about 160 Hre. '???'?? They also took tho pocketbooks of tho players. but strangoly enough. mado no ar? rests. Not untll Born. tlmo afterward dld the roulctt^ plnyora dlscover that they had been the victlms of an audaclous robbery, tho "polioemen" belng a band of thleves in dlsgulsc. Start Tour of World. [Speolal Cable to Tho Tlmos-DlBpatch.J London. March 35.?Earl and Countess Poulett have left England on a tour round the world. They wlll break thelr Journey at Colombo and spend some weeks ia In? dla. and from Indla they wlll go to Japan. returnlng to London by California and New york. The Journey wlll occupy about tan months._ Chief of Police RewlRns. rSpeolal to Thc Tlmes-Dispatch. j Roanoke. Va.. March 26? Chief of Police G. R. Newklrk. of Bluefleld, W. Va . hos reslsned that positlon, and acceptcd a place wlth a detectlvo agency, whoso headquartorg are at koanoke. -?? PLKADS GUILTY TO ,?.?,??_ New York March 26?Adrlan Glp*. thc general agent of the . Holland Amerlcan Steamship Llnc in thc Unlted States, pleaded guilty before ludge Holt, ln the Unitod States Cir? cuit Court. yesterday to Indlctments charglng the recoiving of rebates from railroads. Mr Gips pleaded guilty to one count ln each of two indlctments, which _hargcd the recelvlng of rebates from lhe Wabash and Ccntral Vermont Rail? roads ln vlolation of thc Hopburn law. Judge Holt Imposed a fine of $2,000 ln each case. The maxlmum tine pos siblc was $20,000. Glps was indlcted last November, together wlth several olUclals of the railroads mentloned. He had pleaded not guilty on his arraignment, and the trlal was set for next week. Arrangementa wero immediately made for the payment of the tine. Thc other men who are under indict? ment in the same connectlon aro Da? vld O. Ives, president of the Bo.ston Merchants' Assoclation board of trans? portatlon, formerly trafllc manager of thc Wabash Railroad; Robert Burnap. formerly tratllc agent of thc Central Vermont Railroad: Wllliam C. Max? well. goneral trafllc manager of the Wabash; Wllliam F. Schmitt, former? ly frelght agent of the Wabash and now Western representatlve of tho Mlssouri Facitic and Iron Mountaln Railroad. liWcliB mcuii" Famous Oratorio to Be Rendered by Chorus, With Orchestra Accompaniment. Froparat.ons for thc' sevetitccnth itinunl Wednesday Club Muslc Festi? val on Monday and Tuesday, April 25 ind 26, are "belng maddf rapidly. Tho uncomfortable bench.es ln tho Clty Au dltorlum aro belng removed and ro placcd wlth .opcra chairs, which cover thc entlro llrst floor. I ? - -. Tali Esen Morgan. who returned to the clty last week, has tralned the chorus of the club into excellent con? ditlon, and is sure that tho music thls yoar wlll he hls best work in thls clty. The 1 Children's Chorus Is dolng temarkably good work,. under tho leadership of Walter C. Mercer. Thn thrco concerts thls year glvo falr promise of belng the best heard here ln many a long day. Judglng from the success of formar years, the Plttsburg Fostlval Orches? tra wlll outdo lts former records In j this clty." Curl Bernthaler always bas hls big aggregation of lnstrumontnl artists ln tralning, but that itlchmond can soo the Plttsburg Festival Or? chestra nt its best, hc ls taklug extra pains wlth tho muslc for thls occa? sion, Tho splendld succostj-'of last year's festival, runply demonstrnied tho wls? dom of givlng Iho- concorts ln,a build? ing of largo soating capaclty, whoro it has been found posslble' to' nfrnngo a scalo of prices to suit. every purse. The programs ' liav'o been arranged witli much cure, an attempt having beon mnde to includo numbers lo _at Isfy .the muslcal taste - of all patrons. tho program of the llrst concert wlll be a ?'mlseellaiu'ous" 'prograni. con? taining a number of .boautif,!!) selec tlons for tho club, tho nrtls.ts and tho orohestra. Mme. .leanno .lomelll will slng at thls concert. Tho mat Ineo coucort will bo glvon by tlio, Children's Chorus, sololstt* and or? chestra, a nd tu iho final concert, the club. assisted by.tho sololsts nnd the orchestra wlll glvo Mcndolssohn's hlgh, ly dramatlc oratorio, "piljfth," a work whlch contalns inusiciil effects' .thnl wlll iirouse tlio IntQi-est ot evory ll.s tonor, whothor professional, amateur, studoiit, or slmplv lover.of musl6. Tho artists wlll inoludo Mme. .Inanhe Joinelll prlma donna sopranp; -Miss .\lleo Morrltt-Cochran, spprano; Mlss Mllln finolling, cniitrnllo; Dr, Frank? lln l.awson, letior:- Frank OroNton, bafli*; l-qins l.ohlur, vU.lii.tfil, aud FrJtJ. Gtf'.rpoiy ceUluU Unqualified Endorsement Is the Logical Outcome of Unquestioned Satisf action. Sample Bottle of Warner's Safe Cure Gave Relief and Three Bottles Made a Complete Cure.. i Mi\ Rocnsch is fillcd wlth gratitutlc over thc benefits hc rcceived. "I ackilowl* thc receipt of thc sample of Warner's Safe Cure you kincliy sent mc. I have uscrl your mcciicinc wlth the best results, and thatik you very much for your kindncss. "I suffered very much with backachc, but after tising three large bottles of Warner's Safe Cure, which I bought at a local fjrug store, thc pain disappcarctl. and now l considcr myself a well man again. I thank you again for your great medicine.'.'. ?Adolnh Rocnsch, Box 837, Washington, D. C. Wc rcceive thousands of voluntary testimonials like thc above froin our paticrits, who cannot say enough in praisc-of Warner's Safe Cure, which has cured thctn of their kidncy, liver, bladder and blood troublcs. DO THIS: Tf you suspect that your kidncys are diseased, and discover that your urine is cloudy and milky, send us a sample for analysis, and we will promptly give you thc result of our diagnosis. Suffcrers will be glad to know that Warner's Safe Cure will surely rclicvc and cure thc most distressing caacs. No living physician can prcscribc any other medicine for thc kidncys, liver, bladder and blood that equals Warner's Safe Cure. It is put up in SOc and $1.00 sizes and sold by all druggists. CONSTIPATION AND BILIOUSNESS. Warner's Safe Pills, purcly vcgctable, sugar coated, absolutely free from injurious substances, a perfect laxative, cure indigestion, biliousness, torpid liver and constipation. They do not gripc or leave any bad after effects. 25c a box. Sample Bottle and Box of Pills Free. To convtnee every sufferer from diseases 'of the kidncys, liver, bladder and blood that WARNER'S SAFE CURE will absolutely cure, a sample bottle and also a sample box of Warner's Safe Pills will bc sent FREE OF CHARGE, postpaid, to any one who will write WARXER'S SAFE CURE CO., Rochester, N. Y., and mention having seen this libcral offer in the Richmond Times-Dispatch Thc-genuincness of thls offer is fully guaranteed. WOMEN ALONE IN HOUSE BEAT DOWN INTRUDER I'nc l'oker and Gun Wlth Effect on Urail of linbrellr fffKro, Who Trlen to Knlcr. [Special to The Tlmes-DIspatch.l Monterey. "Va.. March 26.?Mrs. B. J. Jones and her daughter, Mlss Genova. who llvo alono. near the vlllage o? Crabbottom. had an experience wlth a mldnlght Intruder which has mado hcrolnes of both wldow and daugh? ter. On Tuesday mornlng about 1 o'clock they were aroused by some one maklng a determlncd effort to ontcr tho house by tho kltchen door. Instead of loslng thelr heads from frlght, Mr*. Jones se? cured an Iron poker and Mlss Geneva an old gun, and reached the door lust as it was broken open by the vlolent offorts of the unknown vlsltor. It proved to bo an lnmato of tho countv parish farm, sltuatod a fow mlles away, known as "Crazy George," a man well up in ycar.< and who has been a county charge for perhaps half a cen? tury. Not untll he had been folled by heavy blowa from the Iron noker was hls Identlty dlscovered. George ls known as a harmlcss Imbeclle. and Is allowcd to go about tho nelghborhood. Hls roamlng at thls late hour. and hls purpose in breaklng Into the Jones home, cannot bc accounted for. as he offered no vlolence. The plucky women sent a telonhone messago tp tho keoper of the ooor farm, who camo at onco and took hls charge back to hls room. Mrs. Jones ls a daughter of Dr. Jesse A. Bucher, of Brldgowa.ier. Va. Uaronial Ilalls for Sule. [Special Cable to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.] London, March K.?Tho Lanurkshlro es? tate of Lord Colebrook ls to bo offercd for aale shortly. It conslsts of about 30,000 acres In tho. County of La-narkshlre, and Includes two baronlal halls, deor forests and grouse moors, many mlles of tho Rlver Clyde from lta sonrco, four vlllages and a golf course. Many Fulse Picturra. [Special Cablo tp Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.] Paris. March 26.?La Patrla states that 1...G. falao picturcs woro sent to Amerlca during tho last twelve months, includlng _,S(D algn.d Coret, 1,812 Itombrandts. .. 6,0_1 Tcnlers, S__ Hennors and 2.7S0 Zloma. : Recently under tlie new law admlttlng antlquca frcc of duty hundreda of harpsl chords. "having bolongod to Marle Antol nette." have boen aent over. We Are Showing Attractive Bargains in Easter Bridal Suits In Mahogany, Oak and Walnut. Prices Low; Quality High. Porch Rockers, 69c and up. Special Prices on Old Hickory. If you need a Refrigerator see the Leonard Cleanable, New Columbia and Opalite. New Process Gas Ranges and Seller's Kitchen Cabinets are Labor and Money Savers. ?OC DCZ> JONES BROS. & CO., Inc, ?T-yj 1418-1420 E. Main Street fl OREAT 3 Order wtsm Mail UNEQUALED Kentucky's Stralght Whiskey ? Express Prepald from Distiller to You *A 4__,ll?_He (a? <&(. S for$7'.BO or 1 for _ 3. cholcobfltye.Baurbonor Corn i CillOnS I.Or >>Oi Fulton Stxaight whiskey highe**it mediclnal thoroughly jnatured. in'Myera patent 1 gallon demljohns. To pr??e Fulton 1j bestyou need sendno money We ship on 30 day's credlt. lf you have yqur nwcb.nt or bank vrnto us gurus antoeins account No C.O.D. Fvilt Qimtt Bottlea of ?***?. PSu"*boJ*5r/^lrcoW expressed propald in pUInboxes. elther 4*for Si.. S.fwr So.or I -*???? ; FRKE-4 mintatuV bottle? of Sfleetd ,'ulton with ?r??ff?Hongtf?. 0with>3 gallon orders.accompanlod by cash. If,not-?U_..?1 ^?*'Uh wbiJkey return; an.l. If paid for. all your money will borefimd**. by first.mail. -? "MYERS a COMPANY, *^BgirS?-!Ri ?< ' Wrll?(.r?.r.?i_,*r?I.Cmtfl*Wf,iB_?fl*)tll???iiiii. i ?__< % MYSTERIOUS HOUSE WILL BE SOLD THIS WEEK [Spoclal Cablo to The Tlm___--31spat_h._ Parls, Marcli 26.?Tho myatortous hous. in tho Impasse Konstn, where Slme. Steln holl's hnaband and mother woro mnrrferodt le to bo sold noxt weelc. It will probably bo acqulred by tho Soclety of Russlan Ar-' tlsts. Mme. Stelnhcll wlshed to keep tho noto rlous house. and ovon announced hor In tontlon of returninK to live there, but her daughter. Marthe, who ls cohelress, Inslsted, upon tho sale. Slnco hor mother was ac qultted Mllo. Martho has ateadfastly rerus ed to aeo her, communlcate wlth her in nny way or recelve money: from tho hand, of the "Tragic Wldow." Mme. Steinhell has announced hor forthcomlng appcaranco at a London music hall, but tho date has not been sot. WATCH THE COMPLEXION Entlrely Cleared Aftor n F?w AppH cation*. of I'oslaio. Where it goes is evldently not a very.. serious matter as long as the llttle red spot, btemtsh or other *kin dlstlgure ment disappcar8 as ftulckly as \l does after a few applteatlons of poslam. tho aew skln remedy. A. pecv^tar .caturo of poslam is that tt ls naturally llesh colored and contalns no grease, so that ?whon used on tVie face for thc com? plexion, or for pimples. red noses, or any othor tnllammations. blemishes or dlscoloratlons, lta presence cannot ho detected. It can thus be'applied ln tho daytlme. tho natural color of tho skin belng Imniedlatelv restorcd and the actual healing arid curlng process a?~ complished ln a few days. Poslam can be had of any pharmaelst who hpIIs pure dr.ii.__- Tragle's drug storo makes a. speclalty. of.it. Flfty cents'. worth wlll answer elther for tlie. troubles mentloned or ln curlng ordinarj" cases or. eczema. Itching stops at once. Any one who wlll write to tho Kmer goncy Laboratorles, No. 32 West Twen ty-flfth street, New York; can secure, by mail, free of chargo. a supply sufll clent tocuro a sri.all eczema surface or clear a complexion over nlght and rc-.. move pimples ln twenty-four hours.