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?Wrre put to work on tlu* Bichmond end of the .-.tc, but It Is pmbnbln |f the ?bellef had heeh stmng that thc booty was stlll in Bichmond tlmt tho povern jnent experts would h:,-.',. Undertaken Ithe I i k ... itli ? II tln n selve*. Men 1. rrc .*<rrii nt tlnrli, It h_ li t ibllslied wllh prac tlCftlty Absolute rerlainty that the saf< 'ln the cashler'. offlce w.is bored ii_t? rhnrtly before th, yetf0.hi_n shlpp.d the trunks. "tt'. It. StOUffef, of Baltl 30'.re. who boards at 710 East Franklin Street, . opposite the Franklin Ktreel ? ntrnnco of tho temporary pm-i offlce building, glvrs ihe Information] th.it he saw two men al work yester? day mornlng, and that they entered ] the bullding peveral tlmes, enrli tiine| coming out wlth a bag. which they dumped Into a buggy, Ile ,lld not see ! - yehlclo drlve off. however, and would Hkve suspected nothing bul for lati r dt velopmi :.? The cflme 18 do.M-r.bod as one nf the tholdest that has taken place in Ih" .innais of government post-offlces, and i: Is belleved ih-1 thlevei Knew ot Mr. .Marr-otts absence from the (ity a Mere well ::,-;:.r.n'- i V lth ( '-? ry tic esrary detall nt thi worklngs of the offlce to h'avi selected the most propl tlous time for tlu- fulfllment t.f tholr Well rilrected and perfeetty arranged plan. Thc;- ? is nothing elther on the doors or v.indov.-s of the offlce to show that an cntranco was forced, but it ls snld the locks of all cntrances ar.* caslly fltted, and thc nun probftbly had little trouble in gettlng through them. Sofc Waa Ensy. Once inside. the tnsk of boring through the steci door of the antlquat-j cl safe. which was used tor yo.-irs ln the oid Federal bullding before belng instatled iu tlie new, was au easy task for tho men, whom the Inspectors I regard ::.- experts of the hlghest or-.1 de:-. The oi_tc*r door of the safe. which I Is really a brick vault projectlng from .the enst wall of thc cashler's bmce, Was opened after a hob* had been .bored just below ?!),- combination, sup-| poVediy wlth a chlsol scrcw, The mat? ter of lifting th.- latch waa a slmplei on The snrne methOd was used in enter. Ir. tl , :;?!:? I dOOr of tlie safe, bUt tllO f: el was much thinner aud tbe latch Inside was of an old style und caslly jr.aniii-..;.?-???! After entering thc of? flce thc yeggmen out off any vlow of the spot at which they worked, as a 3arge letter file was pullbd" out just far enough to have allou-ed thom to go behlnd it. Th'- holos in tho doors are riliont a iiuarter of-nn Inch In dlameter. I ln thelr hurry to get away tho crticks- i men dropped ono of thc tools, and al bhtton hearlng tho photograph of a woman ivaK found on tho floor of tho oili- e. blseovcred u( S A. it. Mlnor li. Hatcllff, usalstant cashier,I flrst discov. red iho robbery about 8 <>'< lock yosterday mornlng. Ilo Immo dlat<dy not-.i-.l Postmaster Allan, wh-. vas nt th*- offlce within less than half, nn hour. Beforo :< o'clock the Wash? ington tfuthorltles wen hotlfled, nnd] early yestorda m Chief Har? rison. who has charge .)! Inspectors for (tho Washington division. which Includes' $85,000 Stolen From Temporary Post-Office ?im ?imiii in ammamaaaamaaaaaaam A?(.rl.sk shows door to otllce of Cashler XV. McKliu Mnrrlott, through which burglars brought n -wngonlond of N(ain|iN. seven States, was horo. wlth flvo assist ants, and tho work of arranglng plans for a capture was stariod. Meanwhile the local detectlve dopartmept was on the job, and Captain McMahon and sev? eral of hls men were at work. Thc in? spectors asslstlng Chief Harrison are Koons, Albertle, Robertson, Barclay and Saffel. Thc flrst steps takon wcrc to exam? lne a number of clerks on duty at the time the building was entered, but no clu( was got ton from any of them. Ho; >ppod. ;ry lt ls i-il t! "The Spur of dire necessity cloth breed a habit I of inventiveness"? Hence, One a drink?iho other a fotfd?both can be used at the same meal to build up fagged brains and wcariod rtoma.h.'. "There's a Keason" I'OSTL'AI CEREAL CO., I-td., .!_ Battle Ca-el;, Mich, / \\aaamaaaaammaaaaavaaaawaamaaafawm rnarn lf n suit fits you properly when seated it speaks well for its rnaker. Tho talent employed in the making of Berry Suits isof the highest character and p rov ides foi'all the attitudes and posi tions of the.ir measures that skill and ingcnulty can accom plish. Yet. the facilities we have for producing Berry Suits enables i us to sell a much higher grade | at a given price than would be | the ensa if wo bought them in | the usual way. Thousands from which to select. $15to$33. Everything else boys wear, and Trunks, Bags and which to carry it traveling. men and the best Cases ln all when ^^SSSmSSSMSSMSSS lon on thelr arrlv.il, hut thoy nover heless cxumlned th,- employes, nnd it < said there is no Idea that any por oti >'ii the Inside had any knowledge f v. hal was golng (in. Mclii Wntchmnu Ilcaril \otlilocr. a\ illi.im Paul, of Manchester, night ,-atchman at tho Federal bullding, lade his rounds aa usual and says ho ._-_-?,! the cashler's ofllce not long efore tho tlmo the vitilt is sald to avo boon entered. The employes ln he cashler's ofllce an- Mlsa Vcra II. .'lnston. Mlnor ii. Ratcliff, Thomas B. Iphln, Thomaa O'Connor, Ii. XV. I'.us 11, R. F. mtchlo and I.. T. Matthews. ashler Marrlott was in r.lackstono. ut ho was teloKi'iiphed for and arrlved i thc inldst of tho excltement at 1:20 'clock yesterday afternoon. Ile had othlng to say last night. iii hls capaclty as chief inspector Mr. larrlson had full authority at the 'ederal bullding yosterday, and hls rst oflicial act was to endoavor to over up tho methods hy whlcli his men wore worklng to solve tho mys? tory of the crlme. None of hls assist ants was pormited tu say a word about anything thoy were doing, aml In? spectors Albertio and Saftel, who wero put at work checklng up iho records, wlth a vlow of flndlng tho exact amount of the government's losses, labored all the afternoon, and uaid last nlght their task had not been fin Rui-li Order for Stamps. Postmastor Allan dld not endeavbr to tako any part ln tho v,ork of locatlng tho yeggmen after tho arrival of Mr. HarrlBon other than to summon per? sons asked (or and to osplaln the op erattons of hls ofllce forco. Yesterday afternoon hls supply .1 stamps was dopleted to such an extent that he was compelled to call on nearby of llecs In ordor to supply tho demand. Mr. Allan says ho has often nuggcstedi to other ofllclals hero that iron bars ho placed over the front wlndows of the temporary bullding, but that he had never made any osmplalnt to tlio department. I). LeslLc Spence, of the United States Pldellty and Guaranty Company, ln Whleh all tho employes of the Rlch mond post-offlco are bondod, waa ln consultatloh wlth Mr. Allan yesterday mornlng, but hls company wlll not be held responslble unless tho crlmo ls traced to Bomo person inside tho ofllce or it is proved that tho crlmo resulted froin ncgllgonce, Thero ls no suggos tlon, however, ihat anyoody hero ls at fault, and it is hardly probable that any stops wlll be taken ln view of j tho evidence thus far secured, other ! than io shOW that the crlmo was de? slgned and succcssfully operated by ? perts, who cifme io r.n-hmoud for no j other purpose. Two Trunkfuls of Stamps, The neU'S ot_jJio robbery created a I sensatlon ln Richmond, as <.\r\i as ln i ihe department at Wanhlngton, which I la worklng ln conjunctlon wlth the men statioaed here to locate tho erlm> j lnals, ivherevor ,they may ho, ar.d ln ? order thal the whole country may l.o i ..ii ti..- lpokout, clvll service employes ! in ev, ry Jarge - lt) In the United Btatcs Tho trunks u.-cd hy the fuKUlvc. | ai,- | aid io have lieon aboui flvo feet j long aml three fcei deep, aud it ia be Iloved thnl fhey wero nearly fllled wlt the ntntnpf. lt ls hnr.lly probable thnt tho forc nf lnspectors here wlll he Increasot hlll It. ls likely tlmt .om, of tho.ie ?tn lloned lu nichmond wlll bo trnnsferrc clsewheio. or else they wlll be uso to inrtiii-t representatlves ln othe citlec, so that Iho baggagO may be th more en lly Identlflefl. Hundred-' o telegrams woro sdnt out from Rich mond yesterday over private wlres aiv through the regular ofllcos, and nl tha varlous branchos of the sorvie were kept closoly In touch wlth eac.; othor. Kxnctly who gave the Informa tion whlch led tho infpector.. to stis piclon thnt tho stolen Stamps wer taken lo-Hotel Is not. Ftnteri but it ls understood that the Informnn knew thnt thc storngo room was rcntei Frlday night nnd that thn trunks wor carrled then- SMlurday aflcrnoon nm wero taken away early yesterday morn Ing. Ilo flrflt cntiiiiiiinicateil wllh i member of the local detectlve force but ho wns lntcr summoned by tln government men and thoroughly out lined every detall as ho know lt. Said "Good Morning" lo Mar .Who Passed thc Office. Two recent arrivals ln Rlchmond? , w. B. Stouffcr, who hc.s a room at 71( J East Franklin Strect, and T. K. Davls .Who rboms at 919 Hast Marshall Street ! may hc ublu to throw somo llght or tho ]i.ist-ollicc roiihcry. for both, be? twcen the hours of 3 and I oclock A M. yesterday snw two men outsldi thc post-ollice buildlng. S'tuulTer. who camo here two weok; ago ri'oin Unlon Avenue, Baltimore .Md.. whlle lylng awnkc In bed earl; ln tlie morning, because, as ho .said. ln wus unable'to sleep on account o ncrvousness. heard some one shotit t< tt horse, yelling out "whoa,< d-n you whoa." Stouffcr rouscd frotrV his bed Whlch i? next to the window. whicl looks right out on to the post-offlce and saw a vehlcle?a buggy without a top, something like a sewing- ma? chlne buggy?backed up against tht curbing ut the maln entrance of th. building on I-'ranklln .Street. A short thlck-set man wns .yanding on the slde of the buggy to the cast between tlie wheels, apparontly watclllng the horse. .lust as stouffer looked another mnn, tall nnd rather lanky, came out with a bundlo, which lio threw into the buggy. He went inslde. and ln a few mlnutes returned wlth -mother b'undle, whlch he also- threw Into the buggy, Thoufflil They AVere l-.mployra. Stouffer said tliat ho paid no more attention lo tho affair, and rolled over into bod again. Ile sald one of the men had on a blue shirt, over which was a walstcoat. The other man had on a coat. Both,' he thought, had on cans, "whleh were placed far back on thelr heads. Without susplclon that robbery was belns committod, Stouffer sald he thought the men were em? ployes of tho post-offlco, and did not hear of the. robbery until dlnner time. Stouffer is a sign palnter. Havlng been out of a job for some time, ho camo to Richmond to work for the Rurton System, who paid hls transpor tation here. He "exhlbited references. He was severoly quiatsed yesterday by tho post-ofllce inspectors and de? tectlves, and stated afterwards that he was much frightcned, thinking that thoy mlght lock hlm up on susplclon. He managed to explaln hlmself in a satlsfactory manner, and tho lnspoetors and deteotlvea bothcrcd him no more. Soyo They AVore Drrbles, T. K. Davls comes from Spartanburg, S. C. He has been hero about a month und ls a machlnlat by trade. Ho waa walklng homo from work?for he has a nlght job?aud wulked up Ninth Street to Franklin. As he approached the corner he dlscerned two men slt llng on tho curb on the north slde of Franklin Street, just opposlto the post ofllce. Ono was a short. thlck-set man: the other waa tail and lanky. Both wore dark clothes. So far hls descrlmton ac-oriis with that Klvon by Stouffer, But hc sald thnt tho innn woro derbies aud that both had on tholr coats, They looked up qUlokly as he cam. up, and watched hlm froin tho corner. ot tholr oyea. llc sald that ho was rather surprised to soo two men slt.* liuir ou the curhsiono at that hour ol tho morning; and lie glauced at their curlousiy. As ho drow nearcr botl* sald, "Good mornlng," and ho retumed tho .-alutatlon. They wiltched hlm un? tll he entered thc houso at _i_ ]_usi l'ranklin Street, where, as ho some tlmes does. ho went to spund iho nlulji wlth a frlend. ll is loukod upon ns a stranue colncl dence that theso twu men should hov, seen tho strangers, and that tho de; scriptlons thoy plvo should correspom ho .-lonely. Stouffer, who was looklni from hla wlndow, Bomii dlstanco off 8..uunraxJi-HJ..~u. 0014)0 CAUSE HKAOACHK. I.AXAT1VH BROMO Quliihi", thn ivorld wi'l ('old und Orlp remedy rutnovrs euiUF. Call fo full autoc. Look for nlfc'Hluuro li. XV, Orpvc 2 . A Written Warranty is Issued WITH EVERY (NNER PIANO and this warranty guarantecs BOTH thc friano and the player device for flve years. NOTE PARTICULARLY that this guarantee is issued by the MAKERS, and this should be a strong factor in decidir.g you to purchase an instrument which has respon sible assurance of durability and merit. EAOE-UAmrrtSiEvcfrrmiNf-MuicAi. mcraiei All run down, easily tircd, thin, palc, nervous? And do not know what to take? Then ro direct to your doctor. Ask his opinion of Ayer's non-alco holic Sarsaparilla. No alcohol. No stimulation. A blood purifier, a nerve tonic, a strong alterativc, an aid to digestion, makes thc blood rich. Consult vour doclor freely about medical mat? ter}. Hcl(nou'3. Tnist hinf. Doasheiays. Follou- hh adeke al all times. j&$jffi?? might hnve mlstaken the derbies placed far back on the head for caP3. But Smlth passod b.v i lose, and can swear that they wore derl.ies. TOOK $25,000 IN GOLD Collector Stewart Toll- of Kobbery of Rjch inuiid Custom House In IS"-. Joseph B. Stewart, who recently retircd as custodian of Iho Fedaral bullSlng. t-ald yesterday tho onl> other robbery similar to tliat of y.stcrdnv, evor commltted here. was pulh-d off ln ISSS, whon n man named Somorvllle. wlth a companlon. broke into the custom lioiise, whlch wns thon near Fiftconth and Cary Streets. and stole S2.0Q0 lr? golil. All tho money waa rccovered. al? most half of it havlns been found under an old bridge over Shockoa Creek. Somor? vllle and liis accompllco were arrest.d ln tho Exchange Hotel, and both woro sen | tenced t" tli i" i tentlsry, whero one of >m afttrwards _ ? FOR CHABITY; 101 ONLY flEiSDR Sixteen Blushing Brides and Bridegrooms Are -Madc Eierht. SOME COULDN'T WAIT Three Couplcs Married in Rich? mond and Take "Cupid Special" for Honeymoon. Washington, D. C, March 2S.?Kight blushing brides nnd ns inany happy bridegrooms came from Richmond to Washington to-day and were married for charlty. Of course charlty was not tho only reason, but a charlty reaped tho tirst beneiits. They came witli a wedding party of .00 persons, whlch fllled seven conches of a spe? cial train. Itev. James E. Cook, of Baltimore, came to the capital to tie the bunch of knot... First thc wedding party ptormed tho license clerk's offlce for the permits. That ofllcial did a day's work in ntt hour. Then in the parlors of a down town hotel the clerRyinan did tlio rest. Each year Mrs. James It. Glll. superln? tendent of the Male Orphan Asylum In nichmond, runs tho "Cupid Speclal" to Washington for thc benefit of her charges. Charltablo folk and frlends ot the asylum eomposc thc wedding attendanta and Hea that wedding Filts aro not lacking. Three other young copies who couldn't wait wore. married ln Itlchmond thls morning- and aamc along on tho special train for their honeymoons. Married In AA'nslilnglon. Tho followlng patrons of "Cupld'a Spoclal ' /were marrled yesterdav in Washlngton: Robert O. Brltton and Maotl Plckeis. of Richmond; .Maurl__> I_. Wolfe, of Hudson, X. X; und Man* W. Thorne, of Lexlngton; Fredorlck TV. Torrrnce, Jr., ond Ayllen Martln, of nichmond TAFT AT CLASS BANQUET Thcrc Are \o So( Speeches and neport crs Aro Barred. New Vork, March 2S.?Sixty-flve members of tho class of Yale. *7S, among them the President of the Unlted States. dlned in private to night at the Unlverslty Club, in Xew Vork. Thero were no set spceches and rep'orters woro barred. stanley W. Pexter presided. President Taft, comlng to the clty especialiy for Iho annual class dlnner. arrived in Jersey City at 6:40 o'clock, thirty mlnutes late, Crosslng to New York to the ferrv. the President went to tlie Holland liouse, where Charles P. Taft, of Cln olnnati. ls gtopplng temporarllv. From thero he went. to the banouct. AVli.it transpired ther,. will not be told, for it was a rounion or colienc nien rather than a dinner to lhe Presi? dent . Thn class of '7R bad orlglnallv 185 ni.'iiibers; t_o wore grndnated. 96 of those Mirvlve, ahd 65 found their way to the gatherlns to-nlght. Toasts wero grun.lt to tho President of tho Unlted .stnte:*, to yaie, to tho class, and to tho nbsenl members. DR. MEYER LECTURES 8p.aU at Kl.limniid Coliege ou Orlgih and Development of Slate. -rofe.inr I.rtouard Meyer, Ph. V. V.. T.I. I-., nf tho Unlverslty of Borlln, dellvered ? Hlghly Intor.mliiR le.-turo at nichmond COIJogo lnst. nlsht on "The Origln and Di>. VflOIiniant ot tlm rtlate." A gnodly sized audluii-eil ilslcneil to the leeliir.., whlch Is -"l.l to hnve boen one of ihe aliloat and |tio?t ..|?,ii,? tw ll(,ard ,,. B|t.tlinot,d. . _ i ??r.;_._,,, Meyoi wll! speak agaln ln l.lch I,.,1.," ' ""'"" lo-nlght, IiIh HiibJect to- be ^in_ sounduilon of iho Clurman Kmplro," S JUSTICE (Contlnued from Flrrtl Page.) tlnir .ludge of tho Unltod Stntea Clr? cult Court for thc J-.li_hth Clrcult In JfcSI, nnd served llvo years. ...nd fol lovlng thls fervlco, Presldortt Harrlson appointed hlm ns Aisocl'ato Justice of tho Etiprctne c'ourt of tho United Stai#s. -lustlrc Hrowor mnrried Lotitse It, I.nndon, of Rurllngton, Vt., on Octo? ber .1, 1861. who dled Aprll 3, 18D8. On .fitnn ... 1901, ho nmrrlcd Emma M. Mott, of WAslilngton, D. C. .lustleo Rrewor w.is appointed i,y Presldent Cleveland In 1S8_ to tho Venoiuelan Bbundnry Commlsslon; ln is;ifi he v.at a member of tho British Vonezuelnri Arbltratlon Trlhunal. Ile was presldent of tho I'liiverstil Con? gress of Lawyers and Jurlsfs, and "f the Loulsiana Purchase Exposltlon at St. Louls ln 1804; y ?fustlce Ilrewer was the author of tlo* "Pew to tho Pulplt,.I'he Twonil'lh Century From Another Vlewpbl.it," "Aiuerioan CltlzenShlp," and "The I.'nllcd States a Chrlstlan Natlon." "He AVn* An Able .lurlM." New York, March 23.?Frosidont Taft left for Washington on his spoclal car over tho Pennsylvanla at lJ::.r, ... ,\r. Just as he wrss swlnplng aboard tho train tho now.' of Justice Brcwer's death was Impat.cd to hlm. "Ho was nn thln Judg-e," sald tho. Presldent as he departed. lIS HID RIGHT TO SELL TO CITY City Attorney . Pollard Says Councilman Richards's Con nection Was No Barricr. Explanatlons of Councilman Charles i: Rlchard/ and E. W. Kvans, of the flrm of k. VV*. Eva Mr. Riohard.-s c llrm. which has 1 plies to tho Clty of $149.97 was held up at tl meetlng uf the Committeo on of th benr. & company, as to nectlon -.vlth thc n furnlshlng sup Hotne and whose blll last n Rclicf Poor on motlon of Mr. Hlrsch ii the grounds that Mr. Rich? ards was and. belni ;??!! t'-.>._. ?tnber of the concern, ? ?-: *..?? i om* ?::.i!;-.- sell to | ? .: peclal ht. It was | EUcharda hadl nn, and bi ai-o a mtiii II. could no thc city, wcrc iicard subeommltteo last l shown that, whlle Ml monev Invested in the hlmself r.-si_oi...ll..e S> r il-bt.- on tracted, ho received no i l-.am ln the prollts; but waa paid Interest on th" money Invested, bi-lni. in no way con? nected wlth the conduct or manago? ment of the business. HrantlnK this, Clty Attorney Pollard ? Opln? lon thal thc concern !,.. 1 .-. rlght to m ii to the city. The committee took no action last Fiijjht. but wlll renort to the next neeting- of tho full committeo. in view it the City Attorney's opinion. it la nore than probable that the declslon ivill he in favor of Mr. Richards. and .hat the bill will be ordered paid. Commissloner of the Revenue O. A llawkin.. was the ilrst man exam ned. He stated that thb llcerise was aken out in the namo of I_. \V. Kvans ind Charles EL Richards as partn.ra. Ur. Kvans, who followed him. explaln ?d this, Baying that he had bouirht out Ur. Rlchards's Interest in Pcbrtiarv of ?07, and that a part of the agreement vas that hls naino nhould be retalnod io as not to linpuir the credlt of tha Irm. He said also tliat Mr. Rlchard.. iad left some monev in tho business md Kiivo It the backini. of hls oapltal, nut did not receivo a dollar for tho )s_ of hls namo. Charles N. Klng. >ookkeeper for tho Evana Company. estlfled to the same thln_,*-. Mr. Hlrschberg stated that in holdlni, sp the bill lio had no feellnK asainst ir? "lcharda ln a personal way, but hc was doln-s- hls *duty as ;4 ivrt -"ouncilman h? iw it. PYTHIAN SISTERS .upreme Chlef (o InHtllut,; (Jrand Temple of Ordor for Vlrpinla. Representatlves of tho Temple of Pvthtan alsters of Virginia and Wushlnclon wlll ?n'.ec In Richmond Wednesday and Thursday it thls week to organlze and lnstltuto a .rand temple of tlio order. Mr3. Nelll., Merrlam, suprcmo ,chlef, of Muskogee, Okla.. nill be present. Delegateu will he present frnm Portsmouth. Norfolk. Huffolk, Pred 'rlrkaburp, Lynchburg and Washington. Th.-re wlll ho a special meotlng of Rlch ?ntind Temple. No. E, Wednesday nlght at -ndthileal Rall for work In tho degree and "xempllflcatlon of tho secret work. Rlch ?nond Temple has gotten ihe work down " perfection and ls havliif- inltlatlons every Frlday nlght. Mastclans' Dlrectory. Richmond ls to have a muslelans' dlrec ?ory. The work of compillng tho names of he city's talent Is already ln progress. The :iook wlll includo tho names and photo .rnphs of tho leading- Rlngers, plavers and teachers. Thls Is the nrst publlr'atlon of ts klnd ever Issued horo. and wlll provo a iseful guld. to ihe layman as well as the ?nusiclan. Building; Permlts. The followlng permlts to build and repair ivera Issued ln the oftioo of tho Bullding Inspector yesterday: Pihins and Lukhard. to erect a two-story 'ram. dwelling on the north aido of Lolgh ?itrcet between Twenty-second and Twenty hlrd Streets. to cost 52.S6"!. nivira Johnson. to repair a two-story 'ramo dwelling. 1213 West Moore Stroet, to :ost ?:oo. New Candldates for Council. Among the new asplrants for the Council iro Georgo H. I.umsden, of Marshall Ward, ind Edgar B. Wharton, of the saino ward. rhomaB j; Moody, who It was announced .vould bo a candldate ror tho Common ^ouncll. says that tho Impresslon was or ?oneous, nnd that be wlll bo a candldate or the Board of Aldermen from Jefferson iVard. .emember lie Name -'o'li_l'';'SX'Yl-Ev Stamped in the Tin A Pin Hole Ruins a Roof Thc wator seeps through, rusts, -preuds, lenks, causes worry antl ex iense. Speclfy PEARL I. C, a Roof uft Tln without weak. spots. @iiiiiii;ipiii ourtceath and Dock Sts,, Hichmond, Va. Tlie Kind Tou Havo Always Bonght, and which has boen ln uso for ovor 30 years, 1ms foorno tho fiignatnro of ? and has been mado under his per tJ^V^z- r flonal suporvlslon slnco lts infancy. t<ctc*ua+ Allow no ono todeccivo you ln this.. All Oountorfeits, Imitaiions and" Just-ns-good'**are biifc Experiments that trlflo wlth and endanger tho health of Infants and Childrcn?Experlence against ExpcrimenU What is CASTORIA Castorla is a harmlcss suhstltiito for Castor Oil, Pare gorle, Drops and SoOthing Syrups. Tt is Pleasant. It contalns neither Opium, Morphino nor othcr Narcotlo Mihsi;ine*-. Us ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worma and nllays Fevcrishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wlndt Colic. It reliovcs Teothing Troublcs, cures Constipation and Flatulcncy. It assiinilates tho Food, rcgulatcs tho , Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural slcop. j Tho Children's Panncca?Tho Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTO ALWAYS Bears the Signature of ?z3aBa_na_-_B-_S The Kind You Me Always Bought _n Use For Over 30 Years. .-n eOMMIH, TT Mijllli* ? r.Tlir r r. NCW VOAK eirr :i!:?j^7_'s*g^ MEN FIRE INTO HOUSE: SERIOUSLY INJURE GIRL llt-llet Kntrr* Chlld'M Temple, nnd II I? l-Ynred Tlmt l-rnlli Mny Iteault. [Special io Th- Tlm. *-r> Ispatch. | Tazewell, A'a., March 28.?Tha twelve-year-old daughter of Cliarli K'r.der was elmt and prol.nl.];, f:ttally .vOiinifV-d at the Kinder home ln Thompson Valley enrly to-nlght by un unknown man, who waa passing by on horseback. The bullet entored tho chlld's temple, and physicians 1-ft Tazewell to-night for tho .-<enc of the tragedy, to try to savo thc chlld's Ufe. Tlie bullet whlch struck thc chlld passed entlrely througli tho house, through a hall, and into thc dinlng room, where the famlly .-:.. bled. Tho perpetr&torx of the ?:;;?.- .. two men. who are bel untll sheriff Harman reachea the valley ? : brlngs them to jail here. It is re? ported thnt the two men clalm tho shootlng was aecld ental. Tho" two men stopped at tho Kinder home about 7 o'clock and Inqulred the road to Chatham HH'., nnd ,i? soon aa the family gave tlirrn the desired informa? tion, they procceded on their journey, and had gone only a short dlstance when tlie .hot waa heard, and tli" chlld f.-ll to thn dnor. The family at once gave tlie alarm, nnd tho men wero dotalned by Jesse Orenc-.ir and Henry Kinder. the latter a bro'thor of the wounded glrl. The two men refused to glve thelr names. "THE" WEATHER Forecoult Vlrglnln nnd North r_irn iinii?Pair nnd contlnued .varm Tm.,. dn.vf \Vcdue_day, partly cloudyj llgbl nouiIi ii mi .south .w-M .. Iml.. co.vnITIONS YESTI:itDAV. Fnir. Thermometor nt midnlght, cr,. CO.VniTION'S tS IMPOnTA.VT CITIES, (At 8 P. M., Eastern .Standard Tlme.) Place; Ther. ii. T. Weather. Moblle . C8 71 Clear Charlotte . 72 7v p cloudy Ashevllle . 70 __ Cloudy ' \Vashln?-ton .... Cl 7! Cleat" Jneksonviilo ... 68 78 Clear Atlanta . 76 82 F'. cloudv Savannah . G8 7. Cloar Ralelgh . 12 sn Clear Xorfolk . 71 7.1 Clear H.itteras .Cl 72 Clear Buffalo . 44 _c Clear Detrolt . 72 78 Clear Yellowstone .... Sfi 44 Raln MINIATUItE A./MANAC. March 20. 1.10. Sun risen.... 6:01 1IIG1I TIDE.. Sun sots.... G:_!S Morning.... 7:04 Moon rlses.. .10:10 Evening:... 7:23 Every Woman's Hair Should Be Beautiful (From Style and Fashion. Now York.) "Beautlful, glossy and lustrous hair ls wlthln tho reach of evory woman who will only try," said Mmo, LeClairo, the French beauty upecinllst, to-day, "By trylng I mean sho must. nne in telllgenco as well a.s bo wllllng to put forth tho physical etl'ort requlred. lf your hair is dull, brittle, dry and streaked, lt means that you nro not taking lntclllgent cure of lt. "Stop your serubblng, rubblng tfind rlnsing. Soap and wat.r shampoos only glvo yon a hoaddclio, keop you Indoors the better i-art of a day and exposo you to catching cold. "Every woman wh ) wants nbundant, lustrous hair should uso a dry sham? poo. Mix four ounces of powdered orrls root with four ounces of therox. Sprinklo abou: a '.abUspoiinC'il of thls nilxture upon tno boad; thon bru:>h the powder thoroughly through the hair, "This eleanses tho scalp and hair ond gives tho hair a l-ciiuilfiil. uloss-.' lustre?111 addition to 111 ik ng it llght and fluffy. Therox t-nnourage.. tho i_rowthi of hair." On and after April 23,1910.TheTimes-Dispatch will discontinueprinting the household coupons. ^plW >g^ ^BW ^^JH Uudrtraker?lliid.on. il to The Times-Dispatch.J . March 28.?Harry .1. .'.?ud*. ie Norfolk and Westorn Rall. Hit? Kddi. Glllurd Hudaon, Dr. and Mc Wllllam R. Rud* ln Maln ci Itutli Huds.n. a be! Rudson. of bride, pi fMr*. StodebsJ which point waters. ? has tieen BMO .1 V.'.ii.rn Ralt ?r of years. .rrmonv Mr. an-i Vor!. from for Southertl Don't Complain About high prices on Groceries when we are offering such low prices. Bi ' City Meal, 22c peck; or, per bushel.85c Cornctl 11.1111=, per pound.14c Salt Pork, per pound.13c 1 -lb. cans Corncr! Beef.14c (Ihipped Beef, per can.8c Pottcd Ham or Tongue, per can... 4c 3-lb. cans Lard.33c Quart jar Mustard and Caisup. . .10c Navy Beans, i-: r quart.9c l-lb.'I ricks Codfish.6c ' Elgin Butter, per pound.32c Large Irish Potatoes, 17cp_ck;or, 1' r bushel .65c Sugar-Cttred llants, per pound... .14c Whole ( 'rain Ricc. per lb.6c Large California Prunes, per lb. ...6c \'a.' Pride Coffee, per lb.15c California Evaporated Peaches ....8c 7 lbi. New Va.' Buckwhcat for.'.. .25c Larce Fat Mackercl, 6 for.25c $1.00 bottles Old Fulcher Whiskey, 75c Cedar Buckets.15c Cream Cheese, per pound.18c Dufly Malt Whiskey.85c s. ULLMAN'S TWO?STORES?TWO 1820-22 E. Maln. 506 E. Marshall. T'vo Stores?Phones at Each. ri BANK Dlslike to enter a bank?they think their small business too trifUng. We invlte such people to come and use this bank. Every man, woman and child iq Richmond should have an accounl with the Planters National Bank Capital, Surplus & Profits, Sl,500,00. Wrlte for booklet, "Banking by Mail.''