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A LINIMENT FOR EXTERNAL USE.
No woman who bears children need mifler during tho period of waiting, nor at tho timo of bafoy'a corning, if Mother's Friend is used ar, a raassago for the musclcs, tondona and glauds of tho body. Mother's Friend is a peuctrating, hcalthful lini ment which strcngthens the ligatnonts, lubricntes and renders pliant thoso musclcs on which thc strain is greatest, prcvonts caking of tlio breasts by kcop lng the ducts open, nnd relievcs nausca. Tiackacho, numbness, nervousness, etc. Its regular uso will prcparc every portion of tlio system for tlio safety of both mother and child and greatly reduce tho pain and dangei when tho llttlo one comes. Mother's Friend is sold at dmg stores. Write for our frcc book, which contains valuable information for expectant mothers. THE BRADFIELD CO., ATLANTA, GA. BRILLIANT SCENE, BUT OH, THOSE HATS! Franklin Strect Rivals Fifth Avenue in Riot ot Colors. JTWAS "RAINBOW GONE MAD' ?Al! Ricln in Lts l-inest oins in thc Easter Da ! 'afadc. lvaleldeoseof "vVe.*-t Kr.inKlit! E_. t-r | Hc 1-- lts i rilllnnt eolor, -wanl ? of the look Its - * * ? terday Street, ? c gowns, the iglng cane; and the fly tos madc the iiiu In fashioiij falr fem r.iris to Richmond. lt Kht that made the eyes he cj nic eomment on rogr. ss has been Oh, tho....- !:.?;.: ln all hucs ll.imed ihe famous "Chantlcler," which has I o -!-t glon I . : .01 :. mond Ros iand. glory that may be Immortal when the nomea of hia plays are faded and forgotten. The dame wlth the slitu purse worc a pullel wlng; the stout lady, wlth her henpccked husband, ?who has the coin. won n whole roost that stuck up llke a Ughtlng turret on .1 battlcship. Bul all were chic Someti i th. ' ? tnlng ddwn the rilki looki -1 llke a ? ivey of bi arli t geons on the wlng: asaltt they looked a .1. ar, ... ad i o< kl I ... , ,- | wlth] thc matchleaa Marasi hino. Some lllil Frlends AVcre There. And the men's hlgh hnts? they told a hundred different talea. Som< were fresh from the hatter; somo had seen two goneratlons; somo were bought, some wero glven, and many nre nol >. ; paid ror. Tl ? thc atald old i" avcr of the old-fai hloned gcntl. man, and rlghi b( hind It came tl.pi d out top-plece of the gay young who cooka hls '?~u.~ over tln _ ihe morning and llips hie t.i____ golden bowls at t!-e local cafei v. - ni night has fallen. Everybody had on something new, to be sure. Somo of tho mi n had ... t <n new black tie or aport. 'I . n. i ? 1. n "Klddo" Jones nol onl id t-.-u- ault, a new hat and new ? '.. t.. but he lllustrati d tln Jellta of a hair slng. ... 'and an ops shampo who ' walked by hl i . ?a real lh i i-fash Ion Thai jhat of hi - v ?.?*.- ... 'littl- wl ?: ... - W ? 7i ?:_. :.,. gold, md makl _: I ? ?.. ?.,.-.., | . 'Klddo" rei :.- to lu - a. I ey passed TMonroo Park. .-. e thc "vulgar rlch" ked on with lofty lorgnette. What \i, Mnn (nn Uenciilic. "hc glory ... those nowus no living m f-rK'J. . .n.i ktn ?: .. ? ;i glor; and kno. :.. - trllli less, ?:..! ; that li'.ov! had i"i all. I'aul's Bck. a PLANS FOR MEMORIAL DAY .l-.n<lu'_HT CitUruN Outlliio \nuiinl <ll,M-l\ Mll. r un li.urlli TliuiHllllj ln M ? , SS .\ll lj>lre." 6 OF CLUB BELITEI BI fl Directors Pass Resolutions, Thanking Department and Citizens for Services. Irectors, at n recent ii-,.- followlng reso thls board, appre great set vice ren BOTH HAD RAZORS lilxnrilrrl . Ncsroc, Pnce Clin Cnrrytnn ( <.i,.-,-nli-il Wcapo THREE CANDIDATES VViiter ( oiiiiiiKic* Wlll |.lrC| Siipcrlii iciiilciu of I'lnnp-lioiise Thln Weeli. i P tlu death last Wert Alexander Delaney. Thi ire Joseph llelr.dl. James ? < pected ; hal n will meoi u ue time this week to fil) thc va, a ihe position pay's 51,650 per annum. * ' friink Crntrford Caught. . l-raiik Cra-vvl rd nrliUo. who escaped rioin Larrj Gibbons, balllft and Po ..' Coi rl crl, :. ! isi Thursday, as thc i wttH leadlng Llio prlsoner Into ? m'.', ATaS '"'"'"" '' ye'ite,'da5' | ? scapo, Crawford ian h'-.-n sentenced to tnlrtj days tn Ur, Clinndler ii> Spenk. ' Invitatlon oi the Mam mal Assoclatlon, Dr. .1 '\ ,: ;'- Clty Superlntendenl * of "? !'! ipeak In the Mam lu tei to-morrow night. ilons general edu 1 ? md tln publlc Is ln HAWLEY WANTS WESTERN OUTLET Clicsapcal.c and Ohio May Be? come I'an of Transconti nciital System, RESULT OF HOCKING DEAL Mcans End of Sovoral Pcndiilg Railway Litiga ! i' II1S. llttlcult and - ? ? ilon a ?allway managers have had for ;i lom. ulntng tl ?? egal nuestlona and ac irately and falrlj adjusting thls rail iiii'.. -.i the deicrmlnatlon of what ha I ln connectlon wlth the Ilockine Valley ns one which ought to scrve well the general rallway sltuatlon ln tho Mltl West. ll.tl* Is a rallroad runnlni. due south from Toledo, O., until Columbus ls reached, Diei the ralls turn southeaslcrlv, ?- twoi k of llttlo branches aud line between Logan and Un* l.nUe Shorc nnd Eil.rlu llnulrv. Whoever ha*-- paid close attention to eni d< elopment has not failed to ??'?- rvo two strlking move purpo ed by the Lako iro i inagi ment, bo that there could ? dlrt - im ctlon wlth Plttsburg rreatly spoclal ormlne hlci illts. end." rbilU bring is thnt g Val llr. Hawley'. Ambltli ; for Mr. II. cpectatloni 1 ? ?' ? thi Igh hli &it. Louls and n m.-ik.- al Chh ag i the chlef con ? tlon between that portlon of the stem which i- east of the Mlsslsslppl th that portlon which ls west. < om $1,000,000 ? Mlle. ln n*.- course of Incldental conver* tlon followlng thls partltlon or the icklng \'alb system, thc statement '?" !;" 'den ...?-.- mado that. llttle llrpad now lu the possession of tho kc tfl ore h illi orig'Inally bv' ihe iw Vork Central ?.nd sold to the Lalce ? i* point or view. ns can be found an vherc In the Kasl even more difil- ; ult und . xpi nsl\ e. relatlvi ly than tlie ?ennsj Ivanla's englncorlng which car led it over the Allcghany Mountalns r ihat of any pan cr the Chesapeake .nd Ohlo or'Baltlmore and Ohlo bj - - cms, That is the llttle .lamestow n nd I-'ranklin l.allrond. lt Is nol a v, ry ong road. It wns constructed for tratoglc reasons, chlefly ln northwest rn Pennsylvania, But there is a i n tcli o| t wo mlles upon i hls rall <? id which osl $2,000,000 to bulld , 0 :i mlle. And ir thero Is any v urgor record than thls. other than for l. for i icenl railwa> constr,uc- r lon it has yet io bo reported, CLUB HMG5 OUT UIIEI OF DRIDI Great .Sign Illust.atcs Advant? ages of Consolidation of Cities] HITS AT THE "ANVIL CHORUS" Mass-Mceting To-Night of Tln lnterested in Auncxa tion. Mass-Meeting To-Night Vnlrr., of (he III -I Wnnl .\lll n. scinhle In the hnll ni Hlxth nml iiuil Streets lo-nlgltt nl 8 o'Hocfo i<> hent lin- M-i-i.liil liisliiliiienl of i-oiisiilldn ilini spenker* slnce tlie hctlvc chnt imluii opened. Those who nre nclicd nlril ln mldrexs llir gnt lierlng nre II. M. ..Irlir.uler. Alileriiuin .lohn .V. Moore, Mnrk It. I.lo.-iil nml .rtliiir II. Ty_on. I.iirgp mecHngM nre now belng nrrnnged -<>r rrlilay nnd sm. iii-ilii> nlUu.. Tlie ci.iunilllee x. ill nieol .n-ilny I" KCltedllle others fnr cverj othcr ii tu li l ln lhe weck. Only elghl daya are to pass before he peopli of Manchester are t_ decide it. the polls whether tiielr clty shall ?emnln Manchester or become Washi? ngton "..'.?mi of Ri. hmond clty. Al? though they ar. iri d of a largi najorii iv April 4, 1 ?- advocates of iat i they >f the ertuln nists rtaln lareiy poi lone alon lava that ? i the ele ities will tn ordi ?eliable m Icntlons, . ??.. -tt.tr illl ;et lirlfrr ..treet*. more pollee pr..(?-.-- : ion. InMrr iiu<iirnn.i-, lower ln\ rntr, ii-iiit lir.- protectlon, conl gns mr i.i.kinc. more Mrect Itgtitx, hetter poy nr .-ln cmployen, nen brlilgvx, higher ;rndr schools nml frr-e klndcrgnrlcnj oi- nll children.'' Opposlte : tion la more ? uehi ? . : The 1. iding In-j crlption t. ??....,. ngalnai ,?..,.I(|n-i Ion. nml Ihli is iilini j-oti get, lhe nnvll : iiorim." Beneatli ls plctureri a niim-l " i of dlminutive Imps busllj ham-1 PRICE IS Ki IFI.__..f!__.E Railroad Detcctives Say He and Confederate Cashed Fare Receipts. George Price, a whlte man. who ia i-anted ln F-IInton, W, Va.. on a felony harge, was captured here yesterdai Chesti penke and Ohio detectives. ial Is now it. the countv iall- He will e removed from tln* jall thls aftc i.on and rcturned to the lockup at Unton to Btand trlal. The dlrect charge against I'rlee )s hat he forgetj tho name of a. prpmi rut cltizen of Hlnton to an orde or twu qunrtfl of whiskey, whlch h nd another man took, and left for Mfion Forge. it was at the request f the pollci Of Hlnton that the raii ,-i- detectives mnde the capture after raclng thelr man from f'llfton Forge ere. lle lefi there on a frelght train, int nrrlved here on n passenger. Ili- pai, the railroad men have good eason to think. was a mnn named lo ?>??. ivho Is under Indictment for boII nR cash fare receipts. rt l. allcged hnt Hose stole two hooka and tora ni the i*' ceipts, as conductors do when passenger pays csish fare. Tho roncl i-ios ... rebate of Ifl cents each on hose. and .?> number or them were nshed. Evldence gathered bv the de ..-.-. i licate i Iial the two incn ere w irking together, and crrorts wlll .? mnde lo Implleate them Loth ln tho irgpry case and the steallng of tho cvelpi books. NEW MACHINE SHOPS OF VIRGINIA MECHJNICS' INSTITUTE T FIGHT IS FOR CITY COUNCIL Candldates Must Pay Assess? ments by April 8 for Pri mary April 21, CONTESTS IN LEE AND CLAY Aldermanic Raltles in VV.est End Attracting City-Wide Attention. Candldates for the Common Council and thc Board of Aldermen nre mul tlplylng so rapldly ns tho <hit<* pt the prlmary draws noarer, thal II ls woll nlght Imporribie to cor'ral them all. Cards aad posters an- belng dlsplayed al every vantago point. and thc ordl? nary voter whose tlme is being takon up mostly with making a living, be comea day hy day a mon* important personnge. On hls way rrom the shop or tlo- offlce he losea many mlnutea talklng over ti"- sltuatlon on the cor i . r and flnds Im.- poekcta full of "llter nturo" wln n he reftchoa hl.- abode. As ;, rule h.> Is mlldlj Intere tod In get? tlng the ''best man for the place,' but i.ot half .-o mu. h - ? i - enn ,i d ito " I." ** "?''! faln ? onvl. hls tltuencj that hc Is tln* only proper man ln th.- fleld. ? how many of ii"- long n-t now hii'itiinc for votes wlll conslder thelr immli' - '? ror entet Ing ? tlrst questlon to be king th_ wlnners. ln inl.- it ncerns io be a n nll the candldates, opei I; n Id thal ow for d old asplrants who themsclvei for the Uu-t l'ii> VwHcssnient, also (hall branch then ti and n Mght In overs * ermai fr ?m Monroe Ward, .rlng against thc present mem W I. Glllman and t. II. Ellott. ?:?.?? ? here ls undoubtediy be Messrs. Ellett aud Ounst, and Iman Don Lcivj and Alderman Itchell. I or thc I.ot ver Ilraneb. The ,i"''"" ?'* lisl for the Common ll-t of the Council ?.mr-'iiili Ward?James W. Centry ':'"' ? IV. llogerH, JefT. C, Powers! ,.'.'. ; ' '? Richards, Percy i, Smlth, V "," '',' -'? S illlvan, Ifenry P. Garber, A, I. Brown. W. B. Goode .iriiiT-iiii unrd? john I. Lvnch Mor? gan R.Mills, fohn-A. Selph, Jo'nn liirsh 1 ll. Wlltshlre, .lohn R. jeter, ? . Delaney, Thomas s. Johnson T l M.lv. C. A. Weston, J, R, Hutch li ???? C. W. Baton. W, n. Curry h- Want, Ft. C. Montgomery, Oliver n ,- W '". Atkinson. Lesllo L. Pow? ell, l.. C. Davldson, Claude XX, Lowry, i?*r Wurd?c. L Batklns, John A '' ' Ins, ji. i:.< Pollard. Jr.. Edgar ll !'??,, son, C. ll. Ratcllffe, charles li. C'osby, CIlfEord Smlth. W. D. Butler. lohn Krug, T. Francls Green, UiidiM.n Wnril?J, J. Burke, !?:. R I'iib-r. Jallus A, tfobson, Oilbert K". Pollock, Barney Bowman. Oscar ll. Lohman, Dnvld Moade White. Henry \\ nrd?llurrv Hiihcr. George E. W'ise. R, u Petors. Larkin XV. Glaze brook, Jr., PYed ll. Powell, A. I.. Von derlehr (in.* Wnrd?C. P, Davls, W. Fred Rlchardson. John T. Powcrs, Jacob Umlauf, Harry C, Glenn, C. W. Mont gomery. Clarence Soaton, \. \V. Smlth. Monroe Ward?W. II. Boschen. Dr Rrank .\i. I..ie. j, Randolph Tucker, Heorse McD. Blake, W. D. Turner. (leo. M. I '.-.,--... E. & W. COLLARS We have just placed on sale an entirely new line of Earl and Wilson Collars. All new shapes, all best quality. Gans-Rady Company HONEYMOON SPECIAL BOUND FOR SKY PILOT RICHMOND BOYS STUD. MUINER. New Shops Installed as Part o Course at Mechanics' Institute. A% an lllustrntlon of the gnoj nn. serlous work t,--1n_. done In the edib tlonal fleld In Itlchmond by tlie Vir? ginia Mechanics' Institute, attentlon li called to the extenslon <>r tho prac? tlcal classes opened nnd malntalne?3 in the machlne .-hop, whlch lins re cently beon full} equipped with tli' Intesl engineering appllances, Edwari C [i-lsher, who ls during tho day < n?. ployed by the Amorlcan Locomotiv. Company, al thc RIchmorifi bran. h, a foreman of one of tho machlne siiun-. ? ?: uc'tor In charge, and mceta hli . -...-i,.- -. wei U -..ti Tueadaya an.: Tl .1 lays ll Is Of Intoroat tn ktv.v. ll _t tlnce ln. connectlon wlth this en tcrprlse i e ?*ai soughl by tho gov? ernment of Japan and offered n re tponsible positlon In an Industrial cl ool at i e tl m dcuble thc salarj whlch lu ?? ? .? ? .. Ftl '.:-."tul. Hli Inu rests h. ??? -??? med to Indl at. I Hlm a i.t tader fleld fOr uaertilrti [n other roomH are pn /lded ste. ? enci ol the : tudents Accordlng to Superintendenl Dukt . ii i ?? ha been ?? marked infljence foi good upon t!..- whole school a a r< lult of i ? . mon oi to.. prac il ? ork. it gives an a phere constructlve capabtllt: ta lhe whole Institution, and enablet ing man to see ihe completlor the drawlng-room. Th. re Is now under constructlon s steam pump and statlonary englne ol .mall horsepower, for which patternf ?-ere mad- ln the Institute's pattern ?gar Com IO lhe >ie.\ SPEAKEASIES RAIDED '"? Vrre_t_ MiMIe for .llcced IlleKO Sule of I.Uiiior. Two alleged speakeasles were raider 'I. ?_.-? d int lng liquor. He wai ever ruse. Pollcemai n ssod In plain ilothes ind Introduced es . 0| -. tug boat, and li< lave bought a drink nearly collapsed when tbe oili ?er bhowed hl** badge. Mary Jackson, colored, was arresto. _n u. charge of selllng Intoxlcants Ir ier resldence al . Walnut Alley. Two Small I-'lrcs. Two flret called ."i1 the departmenl a.-t nlgiit. but neitli'-i was of a se lous nature. The first was ln tht of O. D, Wngner, 313 Nortl I* - f elghth Stie-t, *.?.!?.?-.- e.-.ai.i:^ ? ploded ??? : .i match wa.s ap. iliod t'. n }'?'?? l- caused inucn alarm mt tho damage was trlfling. The second flre waa in tho shop ol .. .Veinsteln, S North Seventeenth .treet. The flre started In tbe reat unong a iot of shoe boxcs, evldcntlj ?aused by rats gnawlng on a box oi The damage will be covered . i' Two rtcfrcNhment sinndM itrii.n t.-.l. I-'Iiki District oflicers yesterday rc torted two confectloners for allcged ?lolatlon of the Sunday laboring law Miarles Sanyour, of r.01 North Twentv lt tli Street, wns reported, and anothei ilacei wa;: reported at T.wonty-flftll ni Venable Streets. lt is sald thai tomplalnts from cltlzens bad been odgod against the second place. In nany se< tii.n-* of the olty soda Wntei ountalns were running as usual. lto....c,v riiici-il I mler \rre?t, I-.'. N. Rowsey, Of 1501 Kast Maln Street vas arrested early Sunday morning by letectlves afid oflicers of tbe First Mstrict on a charge of runnlng an ibjectlohnble resort. When lhe ollicers raided the allege.i oint they found seven women nml .mr meh lnside. and arrested all. Thc vomeii ranged in years from eighteen o forty. Washington Parson to Mcct Mrs. Gill's Train at Station. BUSY DAY FOR LICENSE CLERK Riichmond Brides .Will Call on Taft To'Morrow Morn? ing. bloasoms hl country that l-.- growli Everythlng polnts t aml iruly, ''journey* Ing," is a snying thal regard to thls trii At the tithcr <? - fly by -. green agaln Journcy, id in iovera mal good ln thc tl'.l Tuea cel-.r Hom You ma* nd of thn llne tho i will me< t tho traln, nnd SCV wlll enter Into in-il Sonm will be iriarrlc | Ju It B rs before the traln. leaves Rlch. nd wlll muki' but appropn.iii>* ? "Honoymoon Special," which :i Kl'.in lo these <_.c*jr?lnn. r.,r the bi nefll "f the Mal? 'more t'han probable that on mornlng the partv will be re y Presldent Taft at the Whlte lf thal oci in I h<- smlilirg e pai ?.. may say a U w word ;. I herself n ay expres8 h"r a_*~ ,r the courteay of Mr. Taft. e sure lt will be an Inter -lon. ?P..!..- ln Ihe Hojn I'rrnldcnt Spoke ln Ihr !!..-* It wa-- recalled last night that dur Ing tho administration of Hcnlamln Harrlson, the boys In the Mule Or Har phans' tiikcn shook ro then flfty Parker. then Chlef Executlve hnd many olea land congratulatory things to aa The e'vcur.sion p.irtv wlll leave ii hihgton al 6 o'i lock Wednesday afternoon. nnd manv who went In -ln gle bleaaedness wlll come l,.ick ln l i double hapolness. WILL FICHT FOR USE OF Major of Regimcnt Con.csU Ruling of Building In? spector. Major I? T. Prlce, commandlng of? llcer of tln* Flrst Battallon, Flrst Rrg Imcnt, wlll make a detcrmlned effort to have the declslon of ..iillding In? spector I'.-ek potting a stop to the further use of tho armory as a scct\e tor wrestling bouts and other forms of entertainmentf overrulcd. llc wlll carry the matter before tho Board -,f | Publlc Safety. composed of the Mayor, the Chief of the I-'ire Department and the head of tbe Englneerlng Depart nii-til at t o'clock thls afternoon. "Beforo T detcrmlned." sald M.-ilot* Prlco yesterday, "to have these atli 1. iii- entcrtalnmenta ln the armory, T consulted Wlth a prominent member of ih" Grounds and Bullding Commit? tee. and put before hlm my plan an.t its objects. ilfR" opinion was that Im could see no objcctlon whatever on tho part of thc committeo agalnst my u'.i llzlng the armory for such purposes, and he expressed hls approval of tha plan. "No one but he who Is famlliar wlt.i managlng a mllltary organlzation at the present clay can reali/.e the dlfllcul ties in the why of securlng men fun enllstment ln the companles. | thought it wise to Institute somo plan to offijr ?-? an inducement tr> the men to en. llst, somethlng other than the dry rou tlne and sometlmes arduous task of drllling Hsvlng many men ng ruora bers of the battallon who wero of ath? letlc tendency. T declded to dcvolon athletics. In tlie past our teams have made creditablc showing- when e.oni pellng against other teams of supe? rior trnlning and condltlon. and tht. men were highly enthuslastlc. From the very beglnnlnft the end tn be oh tr.lned lins seemed to ju^'lfy 'he meillts used. Havlng no fiinds to prnmoto athletics, the manager and myself re? sort e,i to wrestling bouts to; arouse enthusiasm and at the same tlme help us in our flnances, which wpuld mean an Increaslnp number of rocmilts. "The fleld dav, which wns coiidttcted on Marcli 17. brought forth no crlti? clsm whatever. but when the wrest? ling match which may be d.ome'1 hV some a* n feature not tak'ii psrt lp by membors of the battallon. was pdt oii it brought forth Mnub'o. I eeni sp It could UOl stricth- be --on.-tru-'.l Hs fot mlirtarv purposes. "1 inierviewed Mr. Beck, nnd ex? plained Ihe object and purpose of these athlotic. oxblbitlons, and at? tempted to formulate some plan by whleh wo would not be vlolnllng any city ordlnance. ' "The section in Ihr Code stales Ihat seats shall be tlrrnly secured to tha floor. I trled to gvt the Inspoctor's consenl to nrrangc seats sccurctl tp Blats in blocks of 75 or 100, but with? out avnll. ".Meetlng with no sotisfact ion, I dcr terniincd to appeal to tho Board of Publlo Safety, As a matter of fact, the opinion of nn offlclal of thR oity government ls that he does nol thlnk that n crowd would have any dtffl culty ln vacallng the bullding' undor any clrctimstaiicc. wlth case and with? out danger. Further, the ordlnance in rfgard to tl.ls partlcular matter hn? been violatod OOlltlnUOUHly by two of the leadlng hotelff Of Ihe olty, whlcli hnve large convention halls ln whlcli the chairs are ln no way flxed |o tlio floor. Attentlon mlght be called toJ one of tht- niont prominent clly bulld? lngs. the doors ol which upuu Inwarl ipsitciid Of olltWiU'd."