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An Exhibition of New Spring Styles
_^-_--_-_-__--_______________________? That Amounts To An Exposition The King of Styles Is ln a position to advlse you knowingly, and suggests that you come here, look over his display of Spring and Summer Foot wear, get liis opinlon on what will bc the right thing for the season, and then act as you think best. Patent One Eyclet Ribbon Ties, anklc strap, worth S3.00, $1.75 Gunmetal Pumps and Ties,!short vamp, worth 62.50, $1.50 Tan and Patent Ori? ental T w i n Strap Pumps, worth $3.50, $2.00 Patent Instep Strap Pumps, prevents bulg ing at sidesf? $1.85 $2.00 and $2.50 Oxfords, Ribbon Ties and Pumps? $1.48 Wc know there is nothing to equal it in Richmond at this price. Kids, Patent and Piain-Leather. About 500 pairs. Newest toes, high heel, short vamp. Positively worth $2.00 and 82.50 per pair . . Men's New "Hi To," in gunmetal, patent "and tan, two and threc-cyelct Ties, faiicy tip or plain. No better shoes shown at S3.50. King's price. $2.50 Children's Patent Buttons, white top; the thing for the little ones Misses' Patent and Tan Pumps, ankle strap,. very latest styles. $ Ao_LjD <_x_ DO We Repair Shoes oc __DOll OC x> | FIFTH 3c 3f BROAD Work Called For oc 30 GfflL IS MURDERED: (Contlnued From First Page.) lier, her famlly or hei: former employ crs hns been found. Inquiry at the Merchants' and Bank? ers' Business College, at Madlson Ave? nue and Fltty-eighth Street, thls af? ternoon brought out the Information , that Ruth Wheelcr cnterod tho achool about slx months ago and was grad uated as a stenograptier two weeks ago. ?__?r mother. had brought her to the school. Thc glrl learned easily and was very brlght. flnlshlng thc courso in two weoks less than the time usual? iy requlred. She was cliissifiod as "smart,". and thc school authorltles prcdicted that sho would mako u flrst class stenograplier. Her conduct at tho school was above reprouch. Madc It n Practlce. From fragments of postal cards When shown positive and reliable proof that a certain remedy had cured numerous cases of female ills, wouldn't any sensible woman conclude that the same remedy would also benefit her if suffering with the same trouble ? Here are two letters which prove the efficiency of Lydia IL, Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Titcliville, Ohio.?"My daughter-was all run down, suffered from pains in hor sido, head and limbs, and could walk hut a short dlstanco at a time. She camo vory hear having nervous | prostration, had begun to cough a good deal, and seomod melancholy hy spells. Sho tried two doctors but got little help. Slnco taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, Blood Purifier and Liver Pills she has im? proved so much tliat she feels and looks Uko another girl."?Mrs. C. Cole, Fitchyille, Ohio. Irasburg, Vermont.?"I feel it my duty to Bay a few words in praiso of your medicine. "When I began taking it I had been very sick with kidney and bladder trou bles and nervous prostration. I am now taking the sixth bot? tle of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and find myself greatly improved. My friends who call to see me have noticed a great change."?Mrs. A. H. Sanborn, Irasburg, Vermont. We will pay a handsome reward to any person who will prove to us that these letters are not genuine and truthful ?or that either of these women were paid in any way for their testimonials, or that the letters are published without their permission, or that the original letter from each did not come to us entirely unsolicited. What more proof can any one ask ? For 30 years Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has been tlie standard remedy for femalo ills. N? sick woman does justice to herself who wlll not try this famous medicine. Made exclusive]/ from roots and horbs, and has thousands of cures to its crcdit. ??___? Mrs. Pinkham lnvites all sick women F to wrlte. her for advice. She has *d thousands to health free of charge. Addresa Mrs. Pinkham, Lyun, Mass. found in hls rooms lt ls bollevod tha' Wolters made a practlce of writlng t< business colleges to send hlm glr stenograpliers. Ho had a wldo corre spondenco wlth theso glrls, and manj of them had called on him. In thc past few months he had llvcd at thro* different addrosscs. The cancollatlon of some of thf statnps Indicate:) that Wolters was Ir correspondence witli glrl graduates ol business colleges all over the I3ast Many of hls letters are helloved tc have como from out of tow,n. Muck-Itnkem Aanallcd. Washlngtoji, D. C, March 26.?f-_n eral debato on tho naval approprtatlor blll In tho House to-day gn.vo an op portunlty to several mombers to do i liver politlcal speeches. Represent a j tlvo Kahn, of California, dovoted con slderable attention to muck-rakers cltlng numorous instanccs in which men honored by tholr country had bo'eii assalled in nowspapcrs and perlodlcah of tho past. Speoches were made alsn by Messrs. Spight, of Misslsslppi, and Hobson, of Alabama. Energetic Superintendent JOUK SMITH EASTMAjV, Divlsion Superlntendent of I'ubUc .School.*. (York and Wurwlck count 1cm), wna born ln Mlddlcaex county, Va., on AiiKuat 20, 18S0. III. father ia lhe clerk of thc Clrcult Court of Mlddlcaex county. .Superlntendent E_u_.tn.nn_. early ciluculton wua in the public ?chools of ihe county, hut aubacqucntly he licunmc n student ot AYiillnm and Mary Collcwe, where hc crndiuitcil in thc elnsa or 3S01) wlth thc degree* of L. I., 11. A. lle (hcu took grndiiute HtudicH iu educntlou nt the Vnlveralty of Chicago Summer School, followed by n post-grnduutc/coursc nt thc Vnlver? alty of Vlrglnia. Mr. __.ai_tu-.uu wna uppolulcd hy thc Stnte Ilimril of Educntlon uH _uperln tcmlcnt of public achoola for thc dl vlaion of Wurwiek nnd York counttca ou July 1, 1001), nud slnce thnt dntc hc liut. been indcfntlgnble ln the dlaohurgc of hla dutlca, ciiuathe hlm io gnln thc nlmost uiinnimoiia fuyor of thc people of hia dlvlalon, not wlthatuudlng thc fuct thut liiuuy of them were aonicwhnt pcaalinl-tU: aN to the work bc would be uble to uccoiupllah. Tlie conditlon of the achoola of the dlvlalon la couceded to be fnr better thmi ever, ivIIIi every prnapect of them rivullug ninny othcr dlvlaloua. Mr. Kuatinnu ia reaidlng ln Yorktown, where he ia apcciuljy popu lnr. lle ia a uieiuhcr of the Yorktowu lllaturlcnl Soclety of tho Untted Stutea, to whiuh he ia srlvlng much valuable nld in progrcsslng thc nccoiupll..hlng of ita objeeta. SET DATRFOni'IUMAilY. Tenth Dlstrlct Democratic Commlttee ScJccta August 0. [Special to Tho Timos-DIspatcl..] Staunton, Va., March _V.?Tho Tonth Dlstrlct Democratic Committeo met here to-day to arrango dato und de. tails for congrcs-4?rial prlmary. Only two members of tlva.flve wero present, thls belng no quorum. Tho two pres? ent were Colonol Joseph Button. of Appomattox, Rtate Insuranco Commls slonoi- and Edward Kchols, of Staun? ton. They arranged for a prlmary, ?x poctlng to soeuro tho approval of tho absent juembors. August d was sot foi* tho prlmary, all oandldatos to fllo -names by June 9. ond each- to pay an assessment of Moo for tho expenso of iho prlmary. Fort}*-threo OlTlcers Arrestert, [Speclal Cable to The Tlmes-Dlspntoh.] Odessa. Mnrch :t?Tho commissarlat scan ilftl at KlaK'ha'B lod to twolvo further ar rostB of hlghly-placed dopartmontnl offlcers. Thore aro .now forty-three offlcors under arrest tn tho BOUthwoBtern aectlon of tho charg-S wlll bo preferred. llnllard?t'audlt*. '[Spoclal to Tho Tlmos-Dlspatclil ?Wta.dost.oro, n, u? Maroh 26.?M. t. Bal l?rd, Jr,, und Mlss Poarl Cupdle, both of Aneonvtllo towilshlj;, wora marrled Wednes? day, Rov, a. o. WllUolt perfonnlns tho ceremony, TARIFF STRUGGLE 15 FINALLYEHDEI United States and Can? ada Have Reached Agreement. NO MORE DANGER OF T R A D E WAR For First Tirpe in Its History This Country Now Enjoys Minimum Rates of All Im? portant Nations?Means Much to Growth of Commerce. "?"Vashington, D. C. March 26.?Gen eral satiafaction is expressed horo at tho announcement mado to-day that an agreement practlcally haa been roached between tlio ofllclals roprc sentlng- tho Canadian government and tho Presldent and Secretary ot Stato Knox rcspectlng tho adjustment of the tariff of Canada and the United States. No ono In authority hero Is willing to discuss tho detatts, but thore Is good ground for tho .bellef that mate? rlal conenssions have been granted by Canada and that tho United States will recelve in return for lts minlmum the intermcdlato rates glven by Canada" to France and twplvo other countries on a eonsiderable number of artlcles ln which exporters from the United States aro especlally interesled. Prolongcd Conference. Thls undcrstandlng is sald to have been reached after a prolonged con? ference to-day, partlclpated In by Pres? ident Taft, AV. S. Fleldlng. tlie Canadian Mlnister of Flnance; 0eorgo P. Graham, tho Canadian Mlnlster of Rallways; Secretary Knox and Charles N. Fcp per, of tho Bureau of Trade Relations of tho Stato Department. Tho tariff experts who havo so suc ccssfully coni'luded this largo work tako partlcular prldo In the fact that i for the flrst tlme thn United States now enjoys tho minlmum tariff rates of all important nations. Hcretoforo Amer? lcan goods have generally paid tho maxlmum rates and have had to forco thelr way Into forelgn markets sololy on tho basls of tholr superior merlts or becauso they could not bo produced outslde of Amerlca. Hy Naxrow Margln. Tho posslblllty of a temporary brcach in tariff relations with Canada, owlng to thc expiratlon next Thursday of the perlod allowed by tha Payne-Aldrich act for tho maklng of such arrange? ments, was at one tlme regarded aa very close. But it ls now sald that it will not bo necessary to consumo tlmo in tho Canadian Parllamont In glvlng tho arrangement vitality by legislatlve enactment for the reason that it can bo put into operatlon at once by an ordor ln council, which is llkcly to bo the courso followed. It is understood that the arrangement wa. concludcd upon tho basls of future negotlations between tho United States and Canada for a general trado treaty between tho two countrles. CULBRANDSON D1SMISSED Dr. Gordon TeMtlfle* That Young Man Im Not Mcntnlly Unbnlanccd. Ii. K. Culbrandson, who has boen de talned several days for examlnatlon a_ to his mcntal balance, was dls? mlssed in Pollco Court yestorday morn? ing upon tho statement of Dr. W. S. Gordon, Jall phyalclan, that thero haa not appeared to hlm to be anything amlss in tho young man's mentality. Culbrandson came hero with his wife from Albert Lea, Mlnn., . several months ago, and haa been livinj* on South Second Street. At the tlmo of hls arrest ho had moro than $700 wlth him, and the sum, mlnus $300, which was reciulrod of him as bond for hls good behavlor, was restored to hlm. Davld Jackson, allas "Hippy," waa sent on to the grand Jury on a chargo of assaultlng Charles Morton. Mark Armstrong (whlto). charged wlth assaultlng Wllber Ferguson, was placed under $300 sccurlty for six months. *? The Wretchedness of Constipation '.__ Can quickly be overcome by CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS. . Purdy vegelaUi ,?act turelv aod seatly on the fiw. Cure Bilioasncu,,, Head ac-ie, Dizzi- - jj-^-. oeu. aad lndigcation. They ao their duly. Small Pill. Small Doia. Small Priea. O^iulno muat bear algnntu'c That Engagement or Wedding Ring Certainly it must be a depend nble one?one that time cannot change nor use make less beautiful. I Never have wc offercd a more va ried showing of, more excellent, charming Rings of first quality. There is not a stone nor a shapc ? J ? that isn't ready for you and for | .) "Her." . .. ?:*< And thc priceB are moderate. J. T. Allen & Co., Jcwelers, . 1 i, Fourteenth^ and Main Streots, B'j1 Richmond, Va. NL cnr dock BE FILLED IN New Slate Law Bclicvcd to Al? low - Great Changes in Waterfront, ASSET OF TRIGG COMPANY Famous Death Trap May Bc Built Over With Warc houscs. Vltai changes may bo mado ln the wator front facilltlcs or tlio clty _f prlvato owners, under the new law, can mako out thelr cases hoforo tho State Corporatlon Commlsslon to thc offoct thnt 'tholr prlvato docks or wharves, used by thc public, should bo closed. Tho Importance of tho. blll was not revoaled untll yestorday niorn lng, when E. I_. Bemlss and E. B. Addl son wero summoned to the Pollco Court ns reprcsentlng thc renl owners of the dock from Seventeenth to Twcnty oighth Streets, In order to show causo why tho proporty is not barrlcaded. Investlgation of tho situatlon brought out the fact of tho passago by. tho Genoral Assembly of an act Introduced by Sonator Watkin.i, of Chesterlleld. Text of Statute. Thla blll reads: "Tho Stato Corporatlon Commlsslon In hereby authorized, upon tho appli? cation of tho owner or owners thercof, after such notice as to it may sccm reasonable, to closo or dlscontlniio any private dock or wharf nffected wlth a public use or caacment, and whlch ls or may .bo located. in or near any clty or town' of thls- Commonwealth, whero tho clty or town ln which such dock or wharf may bo located ls cs tabllshlng, or has established, docka or wharves, open to tho public, wlth or without payment of tolls. or, In any case, whero "thore- aro other wharves or docks, public or j>rIvato. which are equally open to tho public use. "Upon the entry of an order by tho State C'orpcratlon Commlsslon pur suant .44. thls act, closing or dlscon tlnulng, or authorizlng tho closing or dlscontlnuance of any such wharf or dock, tho same shall thercupon be fcrever discharged from any public uso or easoment. or any obllgation therotofore Imposed upon tho owner thereof, or those under whom ho claims, by statnto or othorwlsc, to maintain lhe _?.mc as a dock or wharf for public entry, passago or use, and tho samo may thoreafter be closed and dlscontlnucd as a dock or wharf, so far us nny public right of uso or pn joyment thercof may be concerned, and the owner thoreof shall havo the rlght to use or dls-pose of tho land upon which the said dock or wharf may bo located, Just as lf it had nover iicon charged wlth any public use or easo? ment." Mny Cae'"J.ltc for Warebuuaea. The blll does not affect anv exlsting con tract ual obligation between tho owner and Indivlduals otlicr than the i public. j Under thig act. the owner.?, wlth the t consent of tho Corporatlon Commls- t slon, have the rlght to lay a pump r Ur,o from James Rlver, pump the dock full of sand, and use lt for buildlng purposes. No dlscusslon of the blll arose tn the Loglslaturc. In 'nlnety > days it will havo the forco of law t The dock, extendlng between Seven- s tcenth and Twenty-Eighth Streets has li boen the source of much actlvity and mystery ln years' past. Efforts havo been made to st.ll lt to the clty. whlch havo falled. Tho real owners some how could never be asccrtalncd. Some weeks ago, actlng upon nu merous complaints, and tho fact tliat soveral bodles had been found ln tho lock. the City Council dlrccted Chief of Police "Werncr that the owners of tho dock be haled into court and made to answer to tho charge of not liavlng properly fenced off tho dock, as requlred by a former clty ordl? nance. George W. Stevens, president of tho Chesapeake and Ohio Railway, was summoned, but through counsel show _d that since his road had sold the property in 1001, ho was not respon? slble for the conditions. Othors wero srougbt before Justlco Crutchfield, but _ere held to be not responslble. Aaset of Trlgg Coinunuj. Actlng on information from the _..:.__ ?"?ttprnoy's ollice. summons wero uedoutj.orE.I_. Bemlss and E. B. Ad !V ?'', c?mmitteo represontlng the umdholders or the Trlgg Ship-Bulld? ?ng Company, said to be tlio real ^?0r^?f "}? i>r?Perty. When tholr -*!.,. a?.s ca-lle* yesterday morning, -.!? Attorney Pollard asked a Tn ?t?fleta?h?UntU:th0 owners co?W "" tract the necessary safoguards. Tho ?uso was contlnued until'April 36. An effort wlll be made, it l? undor ^;'? ?'?vo tho Council arnend its vh. .rt or-?lnanco on the subject '._ _ ?CqU,irol tnat the wll0-e longt the dock hall be barrIcaded wu Xl?.?1 .VU1,b0 a "lulremen? 'iP ____??__? 1 h.e B.t?.eet*v aPProachcg shall e barricadod. Tho owners think that v ir hCln,s,th^ wnol? "istanceTshlppIng iiiri. lnterfere*a with and buslnos! ^?-^*thfi area *B more valuablo as real hUte that. ^ a dock, under thi nlw ts TirL.Mnad0 into warehous^ mdS^p?^ fe MANV WILL ATTKND I_ACTXCKI-.0. ?cv Tug JVamed by Itm,roml c^ ?ty of cupo Churie.. Cape^C^Va!1.0^-"18^'0^ ??P* Charles, belng bul 26rTJl? tu.boat ?ork, .Pbiladilphtannd" UVoiSiirth_? ?*ew 'ompany ut tho ahlp yardS ?? TRlallro?(1 _unchod,on Tuesday, March* -." ? J , ?ation of prominent cl S f* ??,e iharlas wlll attend tho lau,wi,??m ?P? nilyo Augusta Jones, daughter of Wllltim . Jonos. a prominent morchant auii"SS reaauror of Capo Charles. wlll Uo sponsor ar the now craft, named ror tho citv Vt apo Charles. Va. Mra. C. A. McK nnev ife of Postmaster McKinncy, wlll,,' huporon for tho sponsor. Mrs. J. v. itoor, nd Mrs. F. Tuckor Wilkins.wlll accompanr 10-sponsor party. j Tho mombers of the delegatlon aro Mayor olm T. Danlel, W. T. Townsond, Council len J. B. N, Sterllng and M. ll. Stovenson, ollcctor of Customs L. E. Mumford, pvos lent Mumford Banking Company; w,. B 'llson, president Fnrmors' and Merohants' ;ank; R, D, r,. Flotchor, manager Rolly ood Farms; c. A. McKlnnoy, postmaster; W. Jonos, city treasurer; F, Tuckor Wll Ins. attorney at law; J, V. Mooro, managor orthampton Times; Dr. .V. j> WllllanjB, C. . Smlthers, Unlted States marshal. Besldes tho cltlaens a largo nunibor of illioad offlctals from thls polnt . wlll ba I'caent. Tho delegatlon (ind sponsor party wlll ava here on a speclal. car Monday morn ig, nnd during tholr stay wlll ba entor ilned by tho offlcers of tho railroad and ilpbulldlng company. Tha Clty Council has prosonted tha new oat wlth a complete set of colors, and tha ituons of Cape Charles will prosont tha n_t wlth nn olegant oloek for tho pllot oubo. Tho tug Capo Charlos will ply be voou Capo Charles and Norfolk, currylng ompany"1' ,Ue N* X" V' &nd N" Ilallr?a'l N FISHER'S, 313 East Broad Street a&otnu (3o._Ua Boys'andChildren's Spring Suits We have made special ef? forts to secure the most fashionable clothing for the little fellows that cgn be made by experienced tailors. Our spring models of Knick? erbocker, Norfolk, Russian Blouse, Sailor and other popular styles are correct in every detail, and are here in a variety of the newest spring patterns and color-. ings. Spring Suits for boys and children, ranging in size from 3 years to 18 years of age. $2, $2.50, $3, $3.50 to $18 Special, Blue Serge Suits, $4.50 Our Juvenile Department Is now completely stocked with everything needed for thc boy or child's spring Outfitting? Underwaists, Stockings, Blouses, Straw Hats, Felt Hats, .. Caps, Neckwear, Collars, Waeh Suits, Shirts, Underwear, Etc i 0A*fCr/7#fSfrrfffi.*frMXt90r'. 313 East Broad Street XVUAj SELECT AXOTUEU SITE. t nr.liliin<on Memoriai Temple Wlll Sot Be Erectcd on Cemetery Groundx. [Special to Tho Tlmos-Dlspatch.] Frederickaburg, Vtu, March 26.?The icmbers of Masonlc JjOdge. No. _. of hls clty, at a largely attended meetlng i^t night. afto- a dlscusslon lastini. a onslderablo tlmo, dofinltely determlnM ot to erect tho Masonlc Memoriai 'omplo as a momorlal to Georse V/ash iKton, on thc Masonlc Cometery ln hls clty. Tho lodgo referred the mat o.r back to tho Masonlc Memoriai Tem lo committee. with the rcouest that full report be brought in later. pro osiner plans for the' bullding *>nd criv ng information as to avallable sltes, ?ith prlces of each, etc. It ls expected hat tho mattor wlll bo in dcflnlto hapo at the next moetlng of tho >dge. Tho subject has attracted wldc pread attentlon. ?'?-?-~? KEACHES iun_ OLD AGE. rt, Ellza Broughton TV'lll Celebrafe Nlne ty-tblrd Blrthday on Monday. [Special to Tho Times-Dispatch] Capo Charles . Va., March K.?Mrs. Eilza roughton, of Capo Charles. wlll celcbrato *r nlnoty-thlrd birthduy at her homo hen* i Easter Monday. Mareh 28. In splto at ir advanced ycars Mrs. Broughton Is re arkably healthy and woll preserved. her cp flrm and hor flvo senses Just as keen : they ovor were. Sho roads and sews Ithout tho oldof glasses. Mra. Broughton tends to onjoy hortfolf to tho utmost at Js annivorsary. Sho was born in Baltlmoro March C.. IS17, front of tho Old Shot Towe.r, and durlng o erectlon of that bullding playod wlth o brlcks belng used Iri its constructlon. Sfrs. Broughton was" the mother of elght ildren, all of whom aro llvlng nnd wlll i present at the. celebratlon of tho annl rsary. Theso aro J. XV. Broughton, Hall jod; XV. T. Broughton, Onley; Mrs. M. .1. yrd, Baltlmore; Mrs. H. F. Deshtels, Kow. nd park. Baltlmore; Mrs. T. A. Richards, est Arlington, Md.; tho Mlsses Llda and orenco Leo Broughton, Capo Charles. SELECT . BOOKS FOR LIBRARY. btv Instltutlon nt Frcelerlcki-burc Wll] Soon Bc Opened. ? [Special to The Tlmos-Dlspatch. 1 FrederlcksburK. Va.. March 26,?John Patton. of tho Univorslty of Vir nla, chalrman of the special com Itteo of prominent educators annoint I to Heloot a list of books for the IndividuaJLstyle and a maximum of comfort are combined in every model of the STEADFAST SHOE It is dcsigned by exports who know how to construot a stylish, comfortable shoe. The careful tfandlastihg shapes them so 6inoothly at every point, that they fit like made*-to**order sboes,that cost almost twice the price, For Sale ^F.W.DabneyKo.,B3K. This Corn Makes Friends Slnco every one knowa that real pura old whiskey is good for young folks of all ages. tbo "Virginia Corn" whiskey. as dlstilled und bottled ln the plant of tho Richmond Distilllng Company. l.. tho klnd that makes frionds. Thero are no cvll effects for thoso uslng It, becauso It la old und pure. Wrlt* to tho Richmond Dlstllling Company, Sta? tion B-26. Rlclunond, Va., for a pack? age at once. Wallaco Memoriai Llbrary. In thls city, has wrltten toSu Georgo R. Flizlmgl. of this city, chalrman of the board of directors or tho -Ibrary. statinir that u. solectlon of booka for tho llbrary li.s been made, and has sont a full renort. glvlng a Ust of books recommended. By Ml? IY111 ?r tl)0 Iat0 Caotala C. WIs tar wallace, who donated tho librarv to the city of Frederlcksburg, 15,000 was provided for tho purchase of tlio books. It is expected tliat tho books win bo put in -'-rc and tho librarv opened to the publlc within a reason nblo time. now that tho books havo aeen soloctod. COXDITIO.V STILL SERIOUS. ienernl Itoaacr Spenda Good Mght, But In Deapcrntcly IU. [Special to Thc Tlmes-Dlspatch.1 Charlottesvllle, Va., March 26.?Gen ;ral Thomas L. Rosser romalns about he same, though his condition ia very iritical and procarlous. Ilo had a fair y good night, and slopt a good deal. Ils temperature sti" falls ln tho nornlng and rlses toward nlght. ? ? Fittul Mlnc Exploalon. McAlcstor, Oklu.. March 26.?A gas >xplos!on to-day. In thc Kall Inla Mlne. it Cambria, twcnty-Qvo mlles of thls )lace, kllled four men and iniurod two. rho men were all foreign minerB. TRELLIS TOMATO 3rows 15 feot high. Each plant bears from 1,500 to 2,000 tomatoes. One vlno should supply an entlre family. all mmmer. ? The'most woflderful Tomato n tho world. Photo of my/ plant and lackago of seed with full dlrections for elght 2-cont stamps. Address Mr.*?. '?"rnnk Holt, 0 Mllltary I'nrk, Fort riiomaa, Ky.