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J>i.**-_ ri. i Clti.ii mnn P.j ton, of Ht. Clalr. i.ini.-'i four a-si.'-t.-int!-. ona (or r.i- ii ill ?'? . ? nntoi Inl dli trlct, ln the itli >r iW thi i.skl Olli i nnd Bland, C, N. !?? ? "f v. yt.ir--. ,11.. is the chnlrmoni for M e hlngl ? -.. Sm) tli nnd Brli toi, the chalrman i. Alexander Stuart, cf Ab Jngdon. for I,ce, Scott, Wlsfl shd Dlck tn.'on, k. Tate i-.'vlnc, ot Blg Stone Onp, p.nd for Itl'lsSell, Ta.-ewll .di.i BU li tninn, ,i. p. Boyer, ,,f Tatfewclt. NObody feels tliat Ihe task ls to b, ?mi easy on . it i- rei ognlsed that tho strugglo must be tremendous, Enor liious Inltlal Oddfl are Wlth tbe Repub Hcans, Bui tbo Democrats or pulaskl i-.oi Wythe feel that tho flghting chanco oi Man h i Un be mada to becoma the Irresistlblc force ol N'pvember. ROOSEVELTS SUNDAY T'orj. to t hiircli, Itollls Reception nnd \ttend*. llaiKiccl. Ca.ro, March 27.?Colonel Theodore jRoosevqlt and his famlly to-day at? tended the mornlng Easter servlces at i...- English church. which wa crowd t-i wlth .vorshlpers. Later, they ga ? ? ? n small private luncheon in Shephcard's "Ucstaurant, nnd ofterwttrd Colonel Jtoosevolt :'-?? elved, informally, ti tlopu* tution ,,f Copts and leadlng Egyptlan Journallsts, Colon I Koospvelt dls* > issed religious Intolcrancc and other iion-polltlc-al subjects wlth hls guests, v hlla tbe.-- w.rc served with cofteo and clgarettes. ro-nlght Colonol Roosevelt attended w banquet glven in hls honor bv tlio Slrdar". Slr Reglnald Wtngatc. Durlng .. conversatlon between an t catcd Egyptlan nnd iho correspond? ent ol thc Assoclated Press to-day, tbe Kgyptlan declarod that Colonel Roose? velt Icarned more about the Asslut L\tnerlcan mlsslon ln two days than ELord Cromcr had learned in twenty flve ycars. This is lyplcal of the. impresslons* thi Eioptlans hare formed of Colonel _i toosevell'.- wonderful powor of ab BorSlng thc details ol all subjects. ThC director Ot Shephcard's 11<?tol ill lends t,, place a brass tablei to .mark the ^pot where Culoncl Roosevelt' stood in ihe garden ol t,,.- hotel yesterday nnd shook hand- wlth 700 Am'Crl'" ? ns. Colonel Roosevelt has invited Prlnce nnd Prlnce .- Eltel Frcderick, of tior many, to take tea wlth hlm Tuesday. in view ,-r tho fact thal Rcvcral ot ilo* newspapers of the Voung l-.gvnt party attai ked G< lonol Roosevelt on account of hla ;.hes at Khartoum, ln whlcli he emphaslzed thc beneflts of British rule lu the Soudan. Colonel .Roosevelt exprosscd tho wish io have & heart-to-heart talk wlth the natlve edltors, Thls was arranged for thls afternoon, and was a plcturosnuo af falr. Some of the Egyptlans were ln ' ? ume. One dlgnlfled Arab ; ? k, ::. .? and turban, proved es tn-nieiy volttble in hls native tongue, Dr. Nlmr. cdltor of thc Mokattan, rcied as trantlator and spokesman. Colonel Roosevelt. after Ustonlng at tentlvely to the remarks <>f the na? tlves, addressed thc cdltor on tlie pow ??: and the responsibtllty of the press. find the nocesslty for uslnir It to good onds. The Interview closed with mu? tual compllments. tho cdltors tiDpe&r Ing greatly pleaaed wlth Colonel g.oo..cvelt'a hearlng. APPOIXT.tlEXTS AVXtUXCKI) IX COXFEDERATE VCTKIIANS New Orleans. La.. March 07.?The | allowlng appOlntments wore an ounced to-day bv Wllllam K MIcklc. djutant-genera] and chlef of staff of ? L'niti ?- C infederatc Veterans: Brigadicr-gener Is and ssslBtn.n'( ad- j ?'.-. Jultan W. whitim.' nd PrI o WH lams. Jr., of Moblle, Ala. Colonels and aldes .i.- camp?C C *'? Itlen, r. ibi ? ? Mlddb I n. D. P, l^<^- ' ir. Ed T Toomer Wil llam u John- . W .ln "... Conally, ] -.t Nri IVlllA. ? .moral, rn,l Dr. .1. S. McDonough, of Knox ?t ilie. Tenn., colonel nnd asslstant sur j_oon. Wt, ALDI.RMAI. MCAVES ON SPEECH-MAKIXCt TOl'It [Special to The Tlmen-Dispntch. I Charlottesvllle-, Va.. March 27.?-In thc interest of educatlon, Presidont K*U Vtlri A. Alderman, of the Unlverslty of [Virginia, win leave Wednosjdav nlght to make addresses beforo educational bodles at Indlanapolls, Ind., and Llttlo Tto.k, Ark. He wlll be absent for ten days. nnd will attend tlie Southfvn 3'ducational Conferonce, which is to be hold nt. the latter oit.v Aprll ti-S. On the night of March 31, Dr, Al? derman wlll speak before Butler Col Jesre at Indlanapolls, In the Irvlngton Athenaetini. ile speaks hefore tho Bouth Indiana State Teachers- Assocla? tlon nt tbe san!,* place on April 1, nnd will dellvor tho prlnclpal address at the Southern Educational i*onfercn. *t Llttle Rock al it.; important twi dnys' acssHn: . DEPEXDS ON" HIMSELF, Jnini! -ii Has Trnlnem, Not (o instruct Hlm, nm to Take Orders. New Vork. March -7.?*A letter from Jack Johnson, the heavywelght cham? plon, to a frlend in thls city, give.- his Ideas of tralning. "1 am not hlrlng ttriv one to tell me how to traln." Johnson wroie. "or course 1 wlll have a large staff uf so-called trainers, but they will do what I inatmct them to rio. ln tlie actual prepnration for tho Jeffrles bout, I wlll follow my own system. My trainins is all bascd nn how I feel and perform. lf I could hit as hard, bc as fast nnd feel as well. I ?would not care whether I weighed a. ton or 1..0 pounds. But com mon sense tells me that 19S or L'OO pounds is onough. to be at my best. 1 do not expect to welRh an ounce more than "J f'S when 1 meet Mr. .leffries. lt is not that I don't need tralning, but 1 don't need trainers." Wlll Vote for I'OMtmastcr. Fl.hklll I.andin-r. X. V.. March 27.? 'Although tho posltlon is one ot I'.d eral appolntnit nt, the cltizens of Flsh kill Lan'ding are t'oiuR- t,-> %-ote for their next postmastcr. Representatlve tfish an.l tho Republiean leaders found ii tob hard to agreo on a man for the place, and to avold comnllcations and ; f.. posslble split among yoter*. declded to rr-fer tne matter to the voters at Jiii electlon to be hold on April ... There ?wi re orlginally four candldates for the. oftke, but two havo withdrawn. lcavlng two In thc race. Elaborate Nnval Progrnm. Pt. Petersburg. March 27.?The news? papers announce that tho government is about to Introducc ln the Duniu a naval program provldlng for an ex penditure of $375,000,000 during the rc-.- decade, Thc flrst instalment of tho program wlll culi for .37.500.000. jJBOVEnN.lIENT or PAXAMA Mtf) \\ ?*. .\i|?Plli:CI \TION Washington, March 27..As an ex prei slon of iho appi oi lation of the government of Panama for the ei".i offlces of the United state. iu obtaln i-.:- :-!_ apreenini: between Costa Rlon and Panama ror the settlement of the boundary dlspute between those coun trles, Dr. Beii/.aro Porras, of Panama, to-day tendercd a luncheon to Secre? tary Knox and other officials of tho Btate Department. .\nnrrlilnt Arrented, Ch.erbourg, March 27.- llarle] Dupln, l-rho Is alleged to be n dangsrous ,in rrchlst, was arrested here to-day, when *mbarklng ou tho steamshlp aeorgo [Watthlngton for New Vork. Ot_.y On? "BROKO QU?f__NE,- that ia J.^axativ? B??2i_!2 Q?-*1^6 Cures a Cold in Ona tlay. Grip in 2 Daya on every DFRANCKS QUIC_LY RELlEVE ? i.-.-_ . WILL QUICKLY f._ll.VE . ci,All (NDIOf-TlON LOSS OF APPETlTE Ajrnti for tho U&A ;e.fougera a co, n.y i TIRED OFiOlHHTTEl Keene Looking Toward Scttlc m'ent Witli Credltors of Roberts, Wall and Criss. CONFERENCES ARE HELD Wall Strect Would Bc Glad to Hear Last nf Hocking Scandal. in abrupt con Hall & Crlss days ngo, nt if Infltttutlng ISpcclal to Thc Tlmes-Dispatch, i New Vorlt, .Mnn-h _!7.?Wall Street has heard _ report thai negotlations had been opened in behalf of Jamea H. ICcene looklng to a HCttlemcnt of thu claims of the credltors of Hoberts, Hall ,V CrlSH, one of thc Arms which wciu down to falluro in tlio collapae of the Columbus and Hocking Coal and - Irmi pool, of whlch Mr. Keene was the manager. lf thls bo true, Mr. Keene would brobably liave to settle with tlu credltors of j. M. Fiskc & Com? pany and Lathrop, Haskins & Compunv .ii.-o. The three firms falled, witn losses aggregatlng ? 1,000,000. That soine such arrangement is un .;? : dlscusslon is borne out by Intlma lions that tho bankj-uptcy proceedings before I'nlled Statos Commlssioner Aiexander may como tu ciusion. Credltors ot Roberts, hold a meeting a few ?_ i li b thore wus talk _. lawsuita against Mr. Keene. looking to settloment of their claims. Neither' Air. Kecn nor his legal advlsers are t'alklng about tho matter. Sick aud Tlred. Keeno is sick and tlred ot" the whole matter. The governors of the stock liangc would be only too glad lf some arrangement could be reachod whereby tho Hocking scandal could be eiiaeed from tlie public mlnd, whlle the credltors wouhi welconv any propo eitlon looking to a satisfaction or thelr claims, Porley Morao, president of tho Stand? ard Ainiit Company, certitled public ? accountants, turned ovor to Lawyer "Wolf to-day hls flrm'S transcrlpts of aml deductlon from tlie transactlons of tlie 160 brokers who dealt In Hock? ing stock during tlie exlstcnce of the pool. lt covers hundrcds of pages. Every transactlon, together wlth the prollts of many cf thc brokers, ls care rully noted. During tlio last few days there has been a serles of conferencos at the oitlco of Henry li. Hotchklss, recelver foi Lathrop, Haskins & Company, looking to a plan for tlic reorganlza tion of tho HOcking Coal and Iron property, Powerl'ul "Wall Strect Interests nre suul to bo lnterested In thc confer ences. Morgan interests aro reported to have made a bld for the property at $15 a share somo tlmo ago, but that offer was refused by those In control ot' tlie property. AtlmltM Conference*. Henry 1). Hotchklss, recelver for La? throp, Haskins & Co., whoso partner. Wllliam A. Barbdr, is recelver for thc Columbus and Hocking Coal and Jron Company, in discusslng tho matter to day, t-aid it wa.s truo *here bad been conferencos looklng to u reorganlza tionof tlio Hocking Company. "Wheth? er J. P. Morgan & Co.. or thc .Stand? ard Oll Company is renrcsented in theso conferences, 1 ;lo not know. fc tho gentlomen partlclpating have not dtvulged tho names of thelr nrinclnals. nor havo they dlsclosed tho interests for whom they appeared. Hocklne seems to have some Inberent valuo, nnd undor proper rcorganlzatlon could probably be madc a valuablo property. 0FFICERS BAFFLED Hiiim' - Thlof - liiiiii-.-r - Jall - llrcnker lCludcM All l'iiiMii-1-. Znnesvllle, O., March -7.?Thc second wgek of the man-hunt ovora half dozen ?i/.lo counties for Robert Green, ox banker, Jall-breakor and horse-thlef, Opened to-day with tlio shorlff's posse as much at .--eti as ever in regard to their quarry's whoreabouts. After having traced Green through Coshocton county, tlio pursuors havo turned north again, belleving the fugi tivo iias dOllbled ou his tracks nnd Is now beading for Cleveland. Throughout ihe whole chase, al 11 lugli alded by automobllcs, horsesj bloodhounds and tlie whole rcsouru ..l tb. state's legal machinery, ihe offl ? l Of tlio law hnvo been eomplotoly baflled by Greert, who has stolen and rlddi n to exhnustlon three horses in his (llght. ho sfesjTto'p RISON ERS Sbopglrl Glvo* I.lnner to Inmntca of t * _ i. :!_.-.:? Jall. Chicago. III, March 21.?Julla Glca Fon, a shopgiri, earnlng ?i. n week, served an Eastor dlnner to sixty prls? oners at tlio Harrison Strect Pollco station, paying for ihe food out of hor savings. Mlss Gleason regularly sets usido B0 cehts a week for such work, and she has become known among ivomen prlsonors in Chicago us the "Angel ol thc station House." Por two woeks Miss Gleason, helped by Mlss Helen Anderson, another work? lng girl, Imd worked after ollice liours prcpariiig thp detalls uf tho dlnner, A dozen pollcemen wero placed at her i i-1m..-;ii whon tho dlnner wns ready. Aftor the dlnner Mlss Gleason madc'a speech to tho prlsoners, admonlshing them to avold evll ways, Bellevcs lllnck wlll Win. Bakersfleld, Cal., March 27.-- Tex Ricknrd, ono of tho promotora of tho .leffrles-Johnson tight, tbinks tho black v. iii win lf ho takes caro. of hltpself i."in now on. Rtckard uaid lhe advance roaorva tiur. of aeats already had reachod (100.000, Tho promotor ls in favor'of two icftrees. Due <tt ('upon To-I*)ay, NprfOlk, Va., March _7.?Accordlng iu a wlrelesa tnesaga reoelved here to-day, tho Atlantic Roet, now bound up ihe coast for llamiilon Itonds, will arrlve orf the capes to-morrow aftor? noon, but wlll probably Ilo outslde for a whlle. F8_ BITTER BATTLE Insurgent Spirit Disttirbs Jlar-j niony and Quict of D. A. R. Ranks. FIGHT STARTS OVER CLERK Miss Gcrald's Discliarge May Lead to Scrious Split in Orcfanization. ISpcclal to Tbe Tlmes-1 -ispatoh. 1 Now York. March 27.?The Daughter.. of tho Amorlcan Revolutlon aro llnlng up for tho bltterest fight of their llves. Tho Insurgent splrlt has entercd into the sacred precllicta ot' the nntlonnl headfiltarters ot the soclety?Memorlnl Hall, at Washington?and Madam, tho recording serretnry-general, Mary R. Wllcox, is leadlng a bltter llght upon Madam, the presidenl-genoral, .Tulla T. Scott, and Madam, the reglstrar-geri'eral, A. G. Draper, M,u-y R. WIIcox does not niince mat? ters. In an open letter to the heads of tln- varlous chapters throughout tho country, sho declares tbat Mrs. Urnper ls proparlng to selze tho organ izn tion, imd the presldcnt-gener.ll hns clerks and Oflicers not pleasing her (Mrs. Drnpor) summarily discharged or forced to re sign. The Insurgents havo taken tholr stand upon tho dlsmlssal by Mrs. Scott of Mlss Agnes Gerald, a clerk ln the employ of tho National Socloty, who wns appolnted In Apill, 1909. Mrs. Scott. In her letter of dlsmlssal, alleged "continuod nnd perststont acts ot insub ordlnntlon ns nn eni|iloye." Recording Seci'otary-Gcncrnl Wlloox hns taken the stnnd that Mlss Gerald was dlstnlssed hccniis _ Mrs. Drnpor had troublo wlth the glrl's mother at the tlmo of the last election. llnll Iw Opened. The ball wns opened on February 2 ., when tlie piosldent-genernl informcd Miss Gerald that she had beon dls inlssed, and at thc same time dlreotcd her not to report to headquarters again. Mlss Gerald placed the matter in the hands of her attortuy. U C. WUllamson. who ln a letter Informcd Mrs. Scott that as the young woman could only be dismisfed by the bonrd whlch had appolnted her, ho had advlsed the young woman to contlnue her dutles. To thls communlcation Mrs. Scott mado no reply. but on Mnrch 21 she sent a noto to Mary R. Wllcox, in whoso department Mlss Gerald was empioyed, Informing the recording s .cretary-goneral that Mlss Gerald was no longer an employo of the socloty. Mrs. Wilcox at once took up the llght. for tho clerk ln the followlng plain letter: ?Madam Prcsident-General.?I have to acknowledge receipt of your note of this morning offlcially notlfylng inc tliat Misa Gerald 'no longer belongs to tho clerlcal force of tho soclety and ls no longer on lts pay roll." "Holdlng that another's character. as -well as her bread and living, is above whatever ofllclal courtesy may be duo between you and me, I have I to respectfully lnform you that I do not recognize your authority to dls [nilss Mlss Gerald, sho hnvlng been ap? polnted by the national board of man? agement, nnd, therefore, Wlll contlnue hor servlccs In my department, whero thoy aro noodod, untll she shall havo been dlsmlssod by the said national board of management of the Contlnen tal Congress. "Beforo closing thls noto. permit me, ln the name of common humanlty, to appeal to your mothei hood and ask you to reconsider and recall your ac? tion, whlch wlll ho duly nppreeiated, not only by the clerk In nucstlon, but by very many members of the organ ization. Vory respectfully. "MARY R. WILCOX, 'Ttoo. Soo.-Gon., N. S. D. A. Tl." Itcturns to tlu- Cltarge. No reply was made to thls letter, and on March 19 Mrs. Wllcox returned to the charge with nn open letter to the hoad-? of the varlous chapters through? out the country, from whlch extracts follow: "My near Madam,?Referrlng to the recent. action against Agncs Gerald, an employo of the National Soclety, Daugh? ters of the Amorlcan Revolutlon, per? mit me to call your attention to tho vlolatlon (1) of the letter and spirit of the Declaration of Indcpendence; (2) of tho Constltutlon of the Unlted States (Article VI.. Section 2) und by-laws (Artlcles HI. and XVI.) of thc National Soclety, Daughters of tho American Revolutlon, and (4) of the dlvlno law (appearlng In chapter vil. of Zecharlah, vorso 10: 'And opprcss not tlio wldow nor thn fatherlesa, the stranger nor the poor; and let none of you imaglne evll against hls brother in your hearts') and to the followlng fact3: "1. That as the appolntlng power is al? ways the dismisslng power, and as Miss Gerald wa.s appolnted ln April, 1009. to thc permanent pay roll by the national board of management, on recommenda? tlon of Mrs. Donald McLean, formor presldent-gencral, the opinlon Is held; that only to tho national board of man? agement of iho congress belongs the: right to dlsmlss. Therefore thc act of tho presldent-goneral, Mrs. Matthow T, Scott, ln attemptlng to dlsmlss Mlss Gerald was lllegnl. and It allowed to stand would cstablish h most dangerous precedent. "2. That the alleged Insubordlnation was not to the president-'gencral, but tp Mrs. Amos G. Draper, a clerk on the pay roll of the soclety; thnt thls uct is tho culminatlon of troublo between Mrs. Draper and Mrs. Gerald, mother of the clork, whlch nroso at the tlme of tho election of the former as rogls trnr-genernl. "II. That a relentless persecutlon has heou waged against this young glrl ever slnce Iho closo of the congress of inoii by thrco mombors of the Dlstrlct Daughters of the Amcrlcnn Revolutlon. lt Is clear In tbo minds of tho Daugh? ters in Washlngton that the ll legal action of the presidoiit-general was promptod by Mrs. Draper, nnd If al? lowed to stand wlll only be tho begin ning, to bo followed by other acts whlch wlll practically dlsmlss every one not ngreeahlo to tho latter Indi? vidual. To Intlmldate thc clerks or provoko them to so-called Insubordi? nation, followed by dlsmlssal; to annoy tho offlcers untll they are forced to ro slgu. seems to bo lier well-plunned scheme, Along these llnos sho ls pro? parlng to get control of tho organiza tfeon. "1 havo tho honor to remaln, "MARY R. WU.C_OX." I'll.l-S Cl?__.__. IX ll TO J-? DAYS. i'A'/.O OINTMENT Is gunrantotd to eiira any case of Itching, Blind, lileed lng or I'rot.rudlng Piles In fl to 14 days or money refunded. 50c. The Name Stands For the Highest Degree of Perfection (NNER-PLAYER in design, materials, finish, tone, quality and adaptability to the needs of the amateur or the ar? tist, LEADS any other self -play ing piano device by whatever name it may be known. Call and see the Inner-Player. TiEADOUARTERS EVERYTHINO MUSICAL* bBHBBbBBHB pretty pliT Hl CHAMP CLARK (Contlnued From Flrst page.) ho holds ofllce, to prcside and dlspatch the buslnesg of thc House." Thls makes an Interestlng sltuatlon on the Domocratlc slrlo of tho House. "A rommittee on committees" would make fl good campaign slngan in the West, but, if the Democrats wln. the Speaker would be tintlilng moro than a prosldlng otllccr. That the majority of the mlnorlty would not have. The name old questlon of the bull that la gored bobs up. U. E. C. B. CHICAGO'S EGG-EATIXG IJE( OHJ). li).: 17,400 Required for tlie Ennter Hol lilny.i?>I?nt Prtccn Lower, Chlcago. March 27,?Forty million two hundred and seventeen thousand and four hundred eggs. Thls Is the number of eggs required b.v C'nlcago in obscrvlng the Easter hollday. The supply was twlcc as large as tt w as 11 week ago ,and nearly 5,000,000 cgss in excess of tho arrlvals for the .arno week ln 1909, but prlces held nt 1-2 cent a dor.en lower than laot week and 1 cent hlgher than a year ago. Changes ln meat prices were con linrd to a drop ot" 1-^ cent a pound in chlckens and a reduction of Z cents ii pound ln tlie wholesale prlce of llve turkeys. These reducttons were at trlbuted to the fact that poultry values have been h.-bl at such a lofty level tliat the demand >has fallen off lo Insignlfieant proportlons, compell ing commlsslon men to mako conces sions In order to dlspose ot their holdlngs. BXPORTKD KAIIM PRODUCTS ARE R1SIXG IX VALlEl Washington. D. C, March 27.?Ex JOrted farm products of the United States are steadily rlslng ln value. -vlille in many cases tho exports of nanufacturos show a decllm. in tlio tame comparatlve period. Forelgn sountrlea were willing to pay hlgher lrlce.s in every Instance for farm pro lucts durlng February thls year than boy were lp February a vear ago. The JXpOrt prico table Issued by the Bu ?eau of Statlstics of tho Department of ?ommorce and Labor shows a. long llne ?>t lncreaaes, ranging from 30 per cent. jpward. Taken In comparlson wlth thoso flg .ires whleh aro quoted ln explanatlon )f the higl)er cost of living. this new ?st table makes lt apparent that ex lorted food stuffs have advanced jroad as well as at home. ?-*-~. Sliooti. Hls Itimuhter. Lexlngton, Tenn.. March 27.?A. T. Iriflith, a rallroad section foreman. -hot and probably fatally wounded ils fourteen-year-old daughter, Grace. o-nlght. Tlie father was shooting at tis son Herman, wlth whom he hnd ust had a ilght. followlng the pon'i ntcrference to protect hls mother from ibUSO by the father, who had been Irlnklng, Grlffith wns arrested. Kllled hy Fatlicr-ln-I.air. Nashvllle, Tenn., March 27.?Near rho Hermltage. twelvo mlles south ? f here. W. B. Garrett, a horso trader. vas shot and killed by his fathor-in aw, James M. Uleaves, a farmer. Tlie ragedy grew out of domestio troubles iloaves claims Garrett lmd thrcatoncd ils llfo. I'O CHANGE CirARACTER OF INTERSTATE SHIPMEXTS Washington, D. C, March 27.?Thnt he Interstate character of Interstate ihlpments Of liqtior shall cease upon irrival wlthin the boundary of thc stnte to which conslgnment has been nnde. ls ihe essentinl featuro of bllls nt roduced in tho Senate by Sonator ""urtls, and In the House by Represon ntlvo Miller, of Kansas. THE WEATHER Forreafct: Vlrglnlti?l-'alr and warm *r Mondny; Tucstlny, falr, modcrntc 11111th vrlnd*. North Carollna?Generally fnlr Mou Iny uutl Tue?diij-| Ilfsh., vurlablc vflmU, f.ONl.lilO.VS VESTKRDAV, Clear. Thermomcter at mldnlght, 50. JONDITIONS IN IMPORTANT OITIES. (At 8 P. M. Eastern Standard Tlme.) Place. 'llier. H. T. Wenther. 'hartotte . 70 80 Clear lalelgh . 70 SO Clear lacksonvillc . . . ti_ .so Clear i'ampn . 70 82 Clear Cey WOSt . 72 7S Cloar .hnrleston . lil 72 Clear Savannah . 60 7 2 Clear iVllmington .... tH 7i Cloudy iVashlngtou .... DS Ci Clear .shoviiic . 70 , xo Cloar lupitor . 71 7S p. cloudy dobllo . 7S St Cloudy " Vtlanti, . 7,'i Sl Clear Jalveston . ns .71 ciear \'ew Orloan.. ,.. 7S S2 Clear ?."orfoik . ..0 (1)5 Clear latteraa . 02 72 Clear 3uffaio . r>? oi cieav . detroit . Sl 7 0 P. cloudy *'luclnnati . 7S Sl Clear _>Klahoma . 7S Sl Clear .temphls . S0 St P. cloudv v'lokwhurg . S0 Sl Clear 'Ittsbm'g . 7. 7rt Clear saiisas . 7S S2 Clear t'ollowstone .... :ts 41 itain MINIATURM ALMANAC. March 28. 1910. -un rlsos..,, f,:o:i illdll TIDE. .un sets. ti:2S Mornlng,,,, <?:2r? tfoon liscs,, u;2u ..veiiing,... C;19 BR0KAW PLACE TO 3E RENTED Itul lun't l.oluq; lo lle Mnde Inlo nu Ainrrlcnn Arineuonvlllr, Groat Neck, L. T., Mnrch 27.?Dr. Hatterwhlt., ? relatlve of W. Gduld l.roknw, denled 11, puhllshcd report that Nlrvana, the Rrokaw estato nt Great Neck, Is to bo changed Into nn Inn. pattern od aftor tho famous Cufe D'Arrnenonvllle, Parls, "Nlrvnnn, ls for rent, however," .uii. nr. Hftttet-whlte. "Mr, llrokaw Is going abroad thls summor, and ho wishes to have tho plnee occupled ln hl., nhsruce. Ho wlll proliably not return untll fail. He sald hs know nothing ot an olfcr i.-f fOOO.OC'O for tho eslnte. BATTLE IN A DARK ROOM llve Mon Flglu Wllh Knlvp.i for \ f feellonn of Young Olrli _Iinne_po]|., Mlnn.. Marcli 27.?*An ton Strommo, rtged twenly-Olght; .!? soph Kalpasi-n, nged twenty-soven, and iMichaol Woltzlek, aged t went y-nliif nre In tho citv hospital suffering from wininds whlch liiny result fatally Io Btrommc and Kalpasch as iho result of a llght wlth knlvos betwcen livo ni-n ln n dark kitchen of Mrs. Roso Gleskl's homo Frlday nlglit. Thc mon wero rivnls for tlio nffec tions of Ajcrnos Gloskl, aged sixteen. When senrcned at tho hospital jiraye hooi<^ and knlvos woro found on 'the men. REUNION OF INDIAN CHIEFS To llfild Tlirlr Piriii Millonnl Cnuni-ll nl MunkoKer ln .Minr, Muskogeo, Okla.. Maroh 27.?Indian iliioftains of every trlbe ln North Amorlca will gather around tho council tires ln Mnskogoo for ten days ending July 1 ln the flrst nntlonnl Indian con? vention ever held, Wllliam If. Codv (Buffalo Blll), I'aw noe Blll and a number of othe,- scouts of history. wlll nttond. nnd invltatlons will bo oxtonded lo Vrosldont Taft nnd fornier President Roosevelt. An effort wlll ho madc lo flnd Crazy Snakd and havo hlm present. Senators Owens. of Oklahoma, nnd Curtls, of Kansas, nnd Congressman Charles Carter. of Oklahoma, wlll bc on tho receptlon rommlttoo. DUDLEY EVANS DEAD President of Well_, Fnrgo A fo, DIrs In -\'e_v York. New Vork, March 27.?Dudley Evans. president of Wells, Furgo & Co. slnce 1902, dled in a hospital here to-niffhl. followlng an operation last Monday for trall stones. He was seventy-two 3 cars old. Mr. Evans was born In Morgantown. W. Va., and gruduated from Washlng? ton and Jefferson Collego in 1869. On tlie outbrenk of the Clvil War hc fought wlth the annles of tho Con federftcy as n llcutcnunt-colonel of t'.io. Twentleth Virginia Cavalry, and from ist;_ to 1SGr? waa a member of the Virginia t_eglfllature. At the close nf the war Mr. Evans Wont West and cntered business ln Chicago. Thero hc marrled Mlss N. Zelic, and rose rapldly ln tho .-orvlco of Wells. F&rgo _t Co. liis homo was at Englcwood, N. J. MAHVI.AM) DEMOCRATS Sl'I.IT. ConservatlvM Questlon ihr Wlsdom of piKfrnnchlsliiK ilir Negro. Baltimore, Md., March 27.?Democrats ?tliut is. tho "Regulars"?Indorse tbe hold move of tho Maryland Leglslature In nulllfvlng the ftfteenth amendment of tbe Federal Constltutlon bv refuslng; tl . crro thf ?emocrn tion tal ilimoaaiired ? oppoTienti Ight to vi queatlon n, and an Rppuhll terms thi crvn wlsdom of irful of tbo ? denounci course of thc out lu VI Ull theli Senators Wiikinson. Zlhlman, Ma thla.*. and Spelcher, Republlcans, pre rict that the cnactment of thls law wlll prove a boomerang and Insuro the defeat of tho Democrats at tho ne>a olectlon. Mr. Wiikinson goes so far as to say that the olectlon of a Re? publlcan Governor is now a certnlntv. They contond that the negro Is the onlv asset left the Democrats. and with hlm ellmlnated thousands of mem? bers of that party, who favor Republi? can prlnclples, wlll vote as they have been voting at national elections. They baso thls assertlon on tho fact tliat Maryland has been gravltatlng toward the Republlcan party slnce 1 .06. Independent Democrats headlng tho Reform League do not bellove the courts wlll sustaln the contention that Maryland Is not obllgod to recognize the ftfteenth amendment because lt was not adopted Indlvlduatly by thls State. I.enve* thr Mcthodlsts. New Haven. Conn., Mnrch '.'_.?Rev. F. T. Brown, pastor of the First Metlio dlst Church, announced to hls congre gation to-night that he was golntr to leave the Metliodlst Church and enter the Eplscopal mlnlstry. Rev. Mr. Brown has taken nn active part in tho clvlc life of New Haven. Ilo Is a strong advocafe of the unitl cniion of ehurchos, nnd stated to-nlght that he belleved that the I'rotestant chur.hcs should bo tho llrst lo unite. This is the trade mark which is found on every bottle of the genuine Scott's Emulsion the standard Cod Liver Oil preparation of the world. 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If yoii llftVe aehes nnd ;>n Inn In Uniies, Diiek or.Jolnti, Mucus patchct In mouth, Horo Thn,,ii. PIMHas, Coppcr-Colorcd flpd'ts, tltCcrs on ntiy part of thr* body. lialr <>r Eyobrotvi faiiinif out. Itching, wstory blls ters or open humors, Klslnga or plmpli .* nf Eciemn, noiin, Hwclllnga, r:m ini_r Hon*, tnke it. D. B. It kllls tbe polson, mako tho blood pUro nnd rich, compl.t.ly chang lng tbe cntirc body into n clean, healthy eoiidllion, Iieallng every nor.* or plrftple and ttopplng nll ncheii, palns and Itching. our ln_; tlie .corst cnno of Blood I'olson, KheiK ir:ntlsm or Eczema. BOTANIC BI.OOU BALM (U. n. B.) is plematit nnd enfc to tskc; composed of FREE BLOOD CURE COUPON Thla coupon, cut fr'om the Hlclimond rtnt-i-DUpatcll, ls Kood for one smnpl. of B. B. ii-, mslled free In plain paeii ikc, Slmply 1111 In your nam? nnd nd ;..?_?? on dott.d llnes below and mail to BLOOD BALM <"".. Atlanta 0?. Ptnte namo of trouble. I.? you know. Ml*? Stubbs Dlcs Snddcniy. Rcno, Ncv.. March 27.?News of the SUdden death Saturdav nltrht at lierke Iv, Cal., of Bulah Stubbs. formerly wife of .lohn Sundorland, Demperatlo natlonal commltteoman for Nevaua,waa re-f.lvcd to-nlght by frlends. MJss Stubbs was tho daughter of J. c. StUbbS, trafflc iiinnniror of tlie Harrl? man rallroad llnes. She ua.-. born in San Francisco In 1881. After her mar rlago at Chicago ln 1002. she llved in I.eno until .sho obtiiincd a divorce. 011 March 16, wlth the restoratlon of her maldcn name, _______ BROTHER DIES OF GRIEF XrrnnBlntr f?r SlMtcr'i. Iiincrnl When Ile li? Strlcken. ,1'ist llet, the arrangements for the funeral of 1-Ih sister, Mim., K.ite McDonald, who dled Saturday nii_in. Joseph A. Mc ucnald was strlcken wlth 0 hemorrhago yerterday mornlng. from which he dled at 8:16 o'clock, havlng survived hls sister by only t'-n hours. It ls thought that tho hemmorrhage was tho result of gTief and an over stralncd nervous system for -Mr. Mc? Donald, who had been a drauifhlsiunn for tho Locomotive Works for some years, had apparontly been ln good health up to Saturday night, He was fortv-three years of nge. Mlss McDonald wns forty-seven yeftrs old, and had boon ln dellcate health for many yoars. The double funeral wlll be held from St. Pet.-r'.. Church thls mornlng at 10 o'clock. Followlng are tho pall-bearers: For Miss McDonald?a. J. Meyers, John Ctimmlnxs, J. J. Treson, Tlo-:: ?? Mullonoy, James Dlsney and Jamea B. Phlllips. For Mr. McDonald Ro? bert I* Prlddy, Davld Conneii, Jai Kaln, John Sullvan, i:. P. Donnlvant and W. 1>. Jordan. OBITUARY t.i-i-.e.-ai W. II. Knbert*. Norfolk. Va.. March l"7.?General W. H. Itoberts, of Gatesvlllc. N. C. who bore the dlstinctlon of belmt the youngest brlgadler-goneral ln the Con? federate ariny. dled here to-dnv us tho result of a fractured hlp, sustalhcd ln a fall at his home recently. General Itoberts, who was Blxty-nlne years obl. conimanded a brisade In the Southern army when he was twenty-thrco years old. Tho body will be sent to hls homo in North Carolina for interment. Mrs. \ h.-iniM O. Eubotik. Mrs. Vlruinla Clay Eubank. wlfo of James H. Eubank, "f 1710 Park Ave? nue. .dled on yesterday afternoon at . o'clock, after an lllness of several months. Besldes her husband, Mrs Eubank leaves eight children?Erncst. Harrv, Rolnnd and Norvell Eubank. Mrs. J. B. Slnclalr. of Hampton: Mrs U. I* Hold. of Kichmond, and Mlsses Lucy and Myrtle Eubank. The funeral servlces wlll take place at Grove Avenue Baptlst Church lo rnorrow mornlng at 11 o'clock. and in? terment will bc at Kivervicw Cemetery. The pall.boarers wlll be; Honorary?Henry R. Pollard, A. C. Creath, John 1*. Jacobs,. Isaac DiKKs. J. XV. Kold and R. S. Ryland Active?J. B. Tarrant. W. G. Tarrant. II. S. Wrltfht. D. D. Ma.Grci.or, Jas. U. Tarrant, C. R. Mltchell. K. B. Mlnor and Dr. F. W. Upshur. Hlclinrd O. VnKer. After an lllness of 0110 week, r.lch ard O. Yagor dled yesterday nt hls resldence. 414 South Belvidero Stroet. Ho was the son of tho lato Georffe W. and Fanny Abbott Yager. Announcement of the funeral ar? rangements wlll be made lator. Mr... Mary Hopkliis. Mrs. Mary Hopklns died yesterday at tho resldence of her nlece, Mrs. 10. T. Williams. I Cowardin Avenue, Man? chester. Announcement of thc funeral wlll bc mado later. Mrs. Annle Floyd Ailtimi.. I' dal to Tlie Times-Dispatch.1 Lynchburg;. Va., March 27.?Mrs. An? nlo Floyd Adams. wldow of Colonel II. ' W. .Adams, and daughter of Dr. N. XV. Floyd, of thls clty, who waa born near the clty, dled early thls morn? lng at her home noar Clnrlon, where sho had boen oontlnod to her bed for two weeks. She had been an Invalid for three ycars. She wus a momber of St. Peter's Eplscopal Church thero for many yenrs. She was In her sevohty nlnth year. AVShen a pirl Mrs. Adams attended school from the- executlve manslon in Rlclunond. Governor Floyd beiner her nncle, and sho wltncssed thc lavinff ot the foundatlon fov- the ".Vn.shinf.roii Monument In Capltol Square. Mrs. Adams is survived by two brothers and a sister?Colonel N. B. Floyd. of Rich? mond, and Captain N. J. Floyd, of Bal? tlmore. and Mrs. .T. C. Featherston. of Lynchburg, *shc has flve survivini. children?Mrs. Annle XV, Floyd. of Clarion: T, T. Adams, of Richmond: II. XV. Adams, of Clarion: ... B. Adams, of Blp Stone Gap, and X. F. Adams. of Tlio PInins, Fauquier county. Dr. JeltcrxoH Klniie>y [Spe.lal to Tho TImos-UIsoiitch.] Roanoko, Va? March 27.?Dr. Jeffcr son Klniiy, a woll-lino wm eye, car and tbroal Hiieoiiill.t. <li>*d hero to-nlght of Ilriglifs di.-ea.-i-. after an lllnes- Of several months. Re was forty-on? years of age, and Ieaves n wldow and two sons. He was o natlve of Rlch? mond. Ho imd practlced hero for twenty vears. DEATHS tday, March 21, at 19 r.irk Avenue, CtiAV l.l'BANK, II. Eubank. her :?' Bldeni - . SCTis. vinaiNi. wlfo of Mr, .liiii t'u:icr..l servl nue Baptlsl FORENOON al ment at Rivei . FITZHUOIT- Dled Frlday. Mnrch Uence or her Ouy Wrenh, . HUGMi forme'rJ tortv-two yi 01 Fureral Till. HOPKINS?nio.i. .- mday evening, at tho home of Mra. i_. T. Willlams. her nicce. l Cowardin Avenue, Manclic t'-r. Mlta MAl'.V HOPKINS. l-'uncral notice laitr. I ,'hurcli Tri;.-|i.\v 11 o'clock. Inter HI-.TTIK FITZ ? f thls clty; age 1 ?Monday) AFTBR ?k from l!l)i HIS (il I Mt il'.NIMr . ? ? ::.:-? ?-... ? ? In Mt Cal vary Cemetery. Friends Invited. Baltltncre papers pleaso copy. 4tf VAOKIt?I'led. after a brlef lllno.-s,-at hl? resldence 41 t South Belvidcro Stroet, Sunday evening, March 27. lnin. nt r.:i:, o'clock, RICHARD O. YAGER son of tho lato Gcorgo \V. and Fanny Abbott Yagor. Funeral notice in evening pnper. ? - pmn NATldflftL /A..iNr\ One Private Paper Justifies an expenditure of ?3 a year for Its safety. 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