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Wtrnkl have bccn used so conslstentlj fur ovor 56 years il i; was nol .1 superiot nr,'!\ in nll cnscs "f Stomach, Liver, [vidney antl Bowcl diaordcrs? Nol HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS should, therefore. be your fifsl choice when thc appetitc is poor or when thc . :h i* in bad shape. Ii is for Indl gostion, Dyspepsia, Belchlnft, Bloat iti'4, Costiveness, Liver and Kidney Hls, Colds. Grlppe, Spring Allmcnl .-. and Malaria. 'lWMaaV> WaaaaVaEaaWaaWmBOBSa is quickly rolievcd by using "-__?*?_ Prlcer, 25c, SOc, and 31.OO, ':", AMUSEMENTS. IIIJou?"Clieckera." . Vomlcni v?-W-irk. llk?- a rnv of sun it looks llke old tha; prlng tonic. i. lor that tlred tei II ?rnll'.-r nml .il.iv Is one ol * hn_ a hiinian int tion to all lts 1 m Thia i ? ? led the tr Wei t uh. The _ which II iuldi n.winsox I.OSES SI.OV. G.V-tlE. Tiullfeiril 'rcimi Dcfrnts I're* kIi.vIci'Iiiii.h liy Score <??' 7 lo l. [Speclal Ui Thc Tlmes-Dispatch. I Greenshoro, N. <-.. March .28.- G ford defeated Davidson ln a slow Kiime :o-day, the scoro helnK . ti. I. Thc juakers clearly fhowi d their supc ?inrit\- over the Preabyterlans*. desnite ho fact that six errors were charircd ? Siiinst tlicm. n.illey was never ?-.'' ee-tlvo, nnd thc ten hlts, four ot whlch ? ere ror two l.a.i- -. -.-. ??? .? ? .. -:::. Inal di ti at. .Vhlta ttinjr, and ?ls were ? ? : camo that -..?'!. al all times. li. II. !-.'. a'usca of tiic 1 ..<.-.- : per and Doak'i onoort He fleldinp; of Or - .he principal featur , lckcd ljrlllinnci- :?n ! d Pcore by Innlnps iuilford . l 03 lavidson .??..??. . ... :. .| | 7 1 IBatterles. .1... :.?<. Shore and Stow rt: Bailey, B.: an I Mattison. Tlme f p-nnin, 1:45. Attendance, 1,800. wii.i. leave iiaxvii.i.e. ciinrk Club Dcportx To-Dny, After Two \\><k_ nf Practlce. r-c. - ' -.Imi 1 U.r.atch.l Dam lle, Va.. March 28.--After hav =r spent two weeka here in snrin-r ??.'?? -. thi N'owark I lub, nf tlio Kasl n I-<*.'-_ inos.-d of alui'it t..e.i ? men, Includlnc* newsDaner cor spondcnti, leave to-morrow mornini. r Roanoke, where thev will play a rk-s of three exhibition _camcs. The players have conducted them lyes in n splendld manner sin. c th. ir _v in the clty, and liave madc for emselye? ln DanS'ille many warm ud rnptntn Drlver T_eavea Cullccc. rSnecial to Thc Tim-R-Dlspatch. i pVMlamsburK. Va., Marcli 2..?J. G. Iver, enntain, and ono of thc Btars , ihn Wllliam and Mar> baseball .Am. lin* been forced to retire from REAT1EM CHECKS PHYSICAL ffiXIE yoar ur more ago l.riie.t lleiisiinyer iinisiiif.'. young re idem "i Sandwich L'ound luiHi-l! iu a condition "f nhy dc.liiit, Vihi.ii was finally oy.k.uu L TRACK MEET HELD AT lULEKI A. & M. Squad Clcarly Out classcs Guilford College Team. [Special to The TI'il .--IM.-patrli.l Raleigh, X. C, March 28. ? ln the dual trnelt meel held here to-dny .\. & M. rnn nwny wltH Gullford College, wln nlng twelvo llrsl places, nlno second pla . and i-i*, and two-thlrda thlrd plai ? . totnllng 03 j-:; polnta. Gullford i'. ..ii two Ilrst places, ii\.- second places and seven nnd n thlrd third places, to? tallng "A l-:: polnts. The results wero as followsi 101 -ynrd dash?llarti i ll, A. & M.. io High Juiiip?rtobertson, A. & M? ,". f<et .' i-i Inches, ll.ill-iiiilo?Riiwillteh. A. __ M? 2:10 1-5, thls tireaking the Stato rec? ord of -MJ. High liut"dlds--Cooper, A. & M? :1S. Polo vaiilt?J. tVInslow, Gullford. s feet :? inches. ' Two niili.-?lCJ'.-'di. A. & M? 11:08 2-5. Shot put?Glenn, Ai & M? 35 feel ;; Inches. ^ 220-vard iWli-Hartsell. A. & M? Dlscus throw?Floyd, A. & M.. mi feel 'j i-i Inches. Low hnrdl.:.?("iantt, A. _<? M? :2" " Broad lump?Taylor, Gullford, isfeot 10 inches. Hammer throw?Dunn, A. __ M.. tn._ feet s i-L' Inches. Qunrter-mlte? Cooper, A. & M? :54 i-r,. Milo?IJruner. A. & M., 5:06 1-5. Starter, Coug_herowi ot Wake Forest. Announcer, Jordan, of A. __ M. Tlme keopers. \-on Glahnn and Curtis, of A. __ M. Judges, Brlde, of Yale: Buford. of Guilford, nnd T!:i.inrv?on. of A. & M. TIK CLD lll^hl ga ulz W. .\. if tho ment* ng Club last Of l !i;i l 01" id Gun I'lui). moiid was elected presldent and V. Hechlcr secretat. nnd treas* urer. Grounds for thc i.dng season have heon selected, and tho secrotary hi - ii- en Instrupted lo have a club . oti ? bullt and tho grounds put in lirsl shool wlll be lioid tho sec? ond Saturday ln April, and nll trap ia Richmond, whether ni.-iu l., . ol the club or not. are invited to bo present. The cltib declded to hold ns Fourth of July shoot, and from the Interest dlsplayed lt will prohabh- bc the largest event of the kind ever lieid here. Tho irrounds selected are near Gln 11 .- i lt wlthin 150 ynrd- ot ihe e;ir line. Several new members were :.-??? '.i ii nlght, nnd many others FOllSTEK STATE CIIAMIMON. Itcsull of Vitr.tial I'lntol Sbootlns Cou-! (est n( Plneli'iri-t. Pln hur t, X. c. March 2S.?Tbo re- . ? i- lay, both ? ? ? nl I elng 50 ils iii the former, and club medals 1 in tho lait.-r. ln the Stete champlonshlp P. W. !?',.-. sier, o' Montrcal, ied witi, r'.OT: U C, Hopkihs. of New Vork, second ln 389, nnd N'oycs I>. Clark, of "vYoud brldge, Conn., third In 305. ln the club champlonshlp Mr. Hop klns and Mr. Forster shol a "mlss and out" race, which Mr. LTopkins won, wllh a score of ..74 to .170 for Mr Forster. Mr. clark was thlrd in 300, Tl . scores of the winnors; State Champlonshlp: Forster?3_;. i", 3-1. 30, 12, 36, 11. 15, 42, 13, 307. Hop '?''????- ? 10, 12, :.;. :;?'. 3S, 13, 10, 35, 35, -Id, ?j;-"- ( Clark -37, "l. 35, 28, 33, 10, 32, Clul Champlonshlp: Hopklns?37, .15, 37, ll. 39, 31, 38, 42, 13, 31, 374. Fors? ter -31, 38. 37, 36, 35, 38. 40, 30. 38. US, A. AND M. EASILY DEFEATS WAKE FOREST COLLEGL Game In One-Sldcd und Farmers Vln (int Over OppoucntH liy Scorc of 8 (o -. [Special io Tho Timcs-DIspatc1i."J Halclgh, n. i-'.. March ls.?In a ono-sldod jamj hi ro to-day A. and M. defeated Wake I-. ?!? by tho acore o( S to 2. Tha feature namo v.-.if Soxlon's hlt to loft for two :'..<?? eighth Innlng wllh ono man -:? 1 threo men ou ba.ea. .- ore !.. innlngs: Tt. n. i: \ .-ind M.o o o n 0 " 0 ?, ??S C 7 Wake Forest.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0?2 6 I Batterles?A. and* M., Scxlon and Selfort; R'aki i rest, Cartet and Rlddlck. ter, . Basi on balls?By Carter,' 3."\Y'lld throw?Carter (2). Two-baao hlt?A. and M. i -. im by pltched ball?By Carter, I: iy s--.\Tnn. l, stolen hnsea?A. and M. (?<), j Waki Fore'sl in. l.<*ft on hnsea?A. nnd! m. .--; Wnko Forest, 7. Earncd runs?A. and lil;, '?; Wake Forest, 2. Umplre, Sherwood Upchurch. Tlme. 2:0;. Attendance, 1,W. Mudlavla Mud Cure, tbo groaloSt Amerlcai Uealili resort. Cures caslly and nninnill Rlicumatlam, Kldnoy, Skin and Non troublcs. Blg Hotel?open all year. Soni ror book. Addresa R. B. Kramer, Tr. s Kramcr, Ind. by thc application cf the proper treat? ment. ln thc followiiic bricl statement Mr. Hensingcr tells ol the manner in which he was restored to health: "For two years I was a vi.iiiii of stomach trouble. I had a poor appetitc, and was frequently nauseated at tne mere j sight ol food. After cating I wnttUl hc in distress from thc k.is on my stomach. I was terribly constipated. I losl much in strength, and my condition finally hc came such that ai times 1 was unable to work. "Doctors gave me only tcinporary re? lief. Abo'ui a j-car ago 1 was persuaded i" try- i oopers New Discovery. The I.: ? bottlegavb mo bo much relief thai I continued .'- use, taking three bottles tn all I .ii n 'u. ? u anything 1 wish with? out fccling an; bad effect afterward. Mj bowels are i i ?..i i ondition, and I am again Btrono and well, ' I asi fail I aoticcd a slighl iridication ofd tn ? l.'-i- a few doscs of thc New I 'j- d it to di- ippcar, Coop ers [? ?-.. Discovery is the best prepara? tion 1 l.:i",\ ol i"i itqmach (rouble, li di'l for me ivhat no other medicine waa Cooper's \< ..- Discovery is sold by nll druggists, li your druggist cannol sup? ply you, we will forward you the name ol a druggist in your city who will, Don't accept "something just as u-?__."--T1h. (.ucipcr M-dlcine Co,, Dayton, Ohio, Evory old noro comes from somo kind of Impurity ln tho blood. It romaln. an open, discharging placo on tho flosh bocause tlio circulation constantly de? posits into tho flbros and tissues -which surround tho spot, tho iufoctioun matter with -which tho blood is contaminatod. It is imposslblo for tho soro to hcal whilo tho blood is in thln impuro state. S. S. S. heals oltl sores bocauso lt ia tho greatest of all blood puriliors; it goes into tho circulation and removes tbo causo from tho blood. VvTien tlio blood has been purifiod thero is no longer any inflam matory impurity or infoctious mattor to irritato tlio placo, and naturo causcs a cortain and natural healing of tho ulcor. It is all -woll onough to ondoavor to cleanso an old soro, or stop tho ltchlug, or nbaorb tlio dlscliarge, with oxtomal r.pplications, but a curo can nover bo roached iu this way, becauso such appllca? tlons do not reach tho blood where tho causo is located. 3. B. S. doos not nimply causo a scab to form over an old soro, but bcglnnlng at thc bottom it lieals tho placo ponnanently by building now tissuo, and fllling tho placo with flrm healthy flesh, S. S. S. is r. puroly botanical remedy, being mado entiroly of roots horb3 nnd barks, cach of which has a direct and lasting effect in romoving impurltlcs .ind poisons from tho circulation. Old peoplo who havo suffcrcd for years witli a chronic soro wlll flnd S. S. S. a most helpful tonic and systom builder in countcr ncting tho dobilitating effects of tho old ulccr. Special book on Sores and Ulccr. freo to all who write. THE 8WIFT EPECIFIO CO? ATLANTA, OA IN HAMBURGER STEAK Wealthy Chicago Manufacturer Murdered in His Own Home?Member of Household andEm ploye Are Under Suspicion. Chicago, 111.. March 28.?That Alex-i ander .1. Moody, a wealthy Dle niaiui facturer, dled of arsenic potsonlng <>n February _." was the assertlon made to-day i.v Coroner Hoffman, after an Investigation. The death had l.n re? ported as due t.o ptomalnes. Thai lhe poison was contalned In hamburger steak entcn by Mr. Moodv Seems clear to the authorltles, but tho manner in whlch it was wlao-d ln thc meat Is a mystery tho coroner and in police have bccn unable to solvc. Whiic thc coroner and Asslstan 'hi. r ot Police Schuottler declared that thoy nccuaed no nne. it ls admitted ti i .-. ?-i.i.ni of Mr. Moody's household and ? ti.- ..r hls employes hnve been under survelllance for ? month. Mr, Moody Inherltcd :i eon-ddeniMc fortunc from hls father, founder of thc pic baklng llrm Of Moody & Water.-. of whlch he was secretarv. On Thursday, February 17, the ham? burger steak in questlon wna pur hnsed. Tt was on Saturday tho famHy partook of tho meat without ill ef? fects. Sunday morning '.fl'.- Moody was compelled to vlslt the iii.> factory, ind .-is hls wife Was no: feclin_r weil, Mr. Moody took breakfast alone." The meat waa prepared by Agnes Hartwick, i servant, who has lio. n ln the famlly Cor thlrteen years. Thc left-ove-r iiortlon of tlie steak _._e__iit_._.lu Close and Interesting Matchcs in Handicap Medal Tourna ment. Wlth warm weather conditions, ideal for golf. quit,; a number of cnthu.iaats look part yesterday afternoon ln the Easter handlcap medal play tournament over the Hermitago Unks. Tho play waa Interesting and close. and until tho last cards tviir. lurncd in tho wlnners were ln doubt. The lowesl not score pri.-.e was won by Douglaa Call wlth Tl. and tlie lowest gross Bcoro prize was won In .'7 by w. II. Palmpr, Ir. .1. A. Bclvin deserves speclal mentlon, hls score having beon 12 net. A number of thoso particlpatlng In th_ match falled to turn in their scores, but thoso turned in were as follows: .louslas Call. II 3S Tl) I. A. Hl.--.in. tl IS _9 ?\ T. McFaden. 4_ .6 SS IVm. ll. Palmer, Jr. 33 ,.:i 77 Ino. W. Atklnson, ,Ir.... 11 3S 82 _evin Joyne'a. 13 ? sr, Peter Winston. 12 ti 83 l. l-'lcmlng. 16 t.' SS l. \v. Hazard. 13 41 *-l ;. k. i lannon.32 tl 99 .1. M. McGuIre. li 47 91 iVm. 11. Turner. 16 13 .1 leorgo I). Morgan. 47 49 96 :. ii. Johnson.:." ;.t jos *. 1.. Klrlt. 15 II S9 )anu II. nuckor. 47 IS 95 :. U. Meade. 4.1 11 87 iV. S. Campbell. 30 43 99 !. R, Guy. 18 51 99 "hns.' Davenport. 61 43 100 B. B. Morgan. ."?:? .2 Hl ityland Knight. 51 -l 112 S?74 12?74 10?"?_ S-Sl 14-.? I ti?sa 17-91 16-98 Baseball Results At Roanoke: Vlrglnla Military Insti i utt-, ,.; Vlrglnla Polytechnlc Institute, i. At Roanoke: Vlrarliila Milltnrv Instl lute, 3; rioanoko (Vlrglnla .? m t < __eague, 1. At Greenvllle, S. C: Pliiladclnliia American-. (regulars), 6; Grcenvillc, Al Atlanta. Atlanta (Southern). 1: l'oledo (American Association), 0. At Blrmlngharn, Ala.: BIrmtngham (Southern), -'; Cleveland Americans (seeond), 0. Al Lexlngton, Va.: Rutgers College. Ii .Vashlngton and l.ee, .. At Washlngton, D. C: Prlnceton. 10; Seorgetown, ;>. At Nashvlllo, Tenn.: Chicago (Nation? al) Hegulars, 3; Nashvllle (Southern). 1. At Galveston, Texas: Detroit (Amer? ican), ttegulars, :.; Galveston (Texas 1.. amii-i, 1. At Hot SprlngB, Ark.: Clnclnnatl (Natlonals), 13; Boston (Amerlcuns), f.. At Chattanooga, Tenn.: Chattanooga (Southorn). G; Brooklyn (Natlonals), 2 At Salem: Uoanoko Collego, 5; SI Johns College, 3, Ai Andurson, 8, C?Rochester .l.asten League), 3; Anderson (Carolina League), l Ai Salem, Va.?Roonoko College, _*, tit John's, 3. Trlumph for Yale, Wa.hington, D. C, March 2S.?Taln trl imphcd over Cornell In tholr llrst baseball ?amu ..i tho season at tho Ani.iican Leaguo Park hero to-day by a score nf 6 to 4. A argo crowd ot Valo and Cornoll alumnl at lend&d the gamo. President Taft was uu __l? I? ? lo ntt.ml lo chocr for 1'ale, bul nn _inoni.il.iu- rrom tli. V\'hite Ifouso was on the ground, whlch carrled tbe young people .1 iho Pr lldcrit'l tamlly and .-...tors io ivlinoss lhe g_m_. Bcoro i... Inntngs: R. m. E. Val,- .10 0 0 0 10 10?1 S 3 cornell .o o l o o s o o o?i o 4 Batterles?Brlnsmaok. Tommevs'and Had gerj Abbott, Qoodwlllle and Willlams. t.ood Scores Mnde, Ai',., ii S. i'., Mnrch ?_"?*.?Somn good scores won made to-day ln the quaiifyiug round for tho Southern Cross trophy, the opening i veni in tha annual Palmetto golf in ih. ear. illii.il JW 8 liitrolil Sunds, S"; K. M. Ily.-rs, 81 ;,!?_. A. Tl unpaon, 81; n. C. Watson, ??"; A. W, lloyl, I4i Ocorge .Vuisnti, K6; A, SiiindeiHOn, ? harlai Hohw-n, 68; A. II. Avery S8; ,1, n. Taylor, S0; V, Sorohsn, 91; ll, Tappln, 91; i:. w. Jowott. W; VS'. II. aaiuls, 91; U. V.\i* lu_, .0, J. ? ..:.'ord, 99.; had been rolled into halls by Mlss Hartwick and placed iu tho lee b"x ovcrnlght. Thls box contalned no lee. lt was 'accesslblo from elther the kttchon or rear porch. At the dlrectlon "f Mrs. Moody, tho servanl served Mr. Moodj tho steak jin,i some corn hreml nnd ei.ff.-e. Later Mrs. Moody rose. hut ato n'> breakfast, Miss Hhrtwlcki however. ate n pleco of bread dlpped ln tho gravy from thc Mr. Moody remained at the Jmkcr; all day, imt returned ln .1 carriage a 1" o'clock thnt nl_.lit .*o 1:1 he could Hcarceiy stand. -\ homo^ remedy f.iii Ing to alTord rclicf, tl-.* famllj phy? siclan, Dr. F. S, Harttnan, ivns ?e for, bul h" was unable t.-1 sticcoc t patlent, who dlod wlthin an liour. T doctor was about t" leavo the house whon Informed that the servarit wa.s t.l, exhlbl.lng symptoms sttnllar t. those of Mr. Moody. In thls casi medlcal ald proved eltlcaclous, Dr. Hartman that nlghl took tho remaining portlon of thc steak and sealed It in a class lar. This exhlblt was given Dr Walter liains. a ehem l8t for analysls. The latter, in a re? port to the coroner, stated that the meat contalned enough arsenic to klll half n dozen persons. 1 OVER ?HmSTTEHS Showing a complete reversal of form, the Richmond College Spiders yester? day won froin the Union Theologlcal Seminary nine by a - to Gwathmey, who did the pit.hing f the Spiders, kept his hits v.-.-!l sc? tered, allowlng only tiv-, which ga the mlnisters only ono enrned run. ltichniond CoIIoro mado nine hit. Captaln Thompson. Mcllwalne, Ga)n mon and Harnesberger played the bes hall fox tho Seminary, and Captain .1. i.kins. Olll. Meredlth and Tayli were stars for the Spiders. Uiidcrwood and Walkor llehled their posltlons well, but could not Ilnd Piteher Walker. Brown, who started in at seeond baso ror tho eullege. wa.s hlt by a ball, and retlred from the game. The Spiders wlll play Penn State next Thursday afternoon at Broad Street Park. DAXVILLK DEFEATS N'lAVARK. Well-Playcd Game of Baseball Featured br Heavy Illttlng. rspoeinl to The Tlmes-DIspatch.l Danville. Vn? Mnrch 2S.?In tho presence ef nearly 1,000 persons hero ihis afternoon Danville defeated tle* Newark toam b> t a.bre of 8 to .. The team representl Danville was nol the regular Virginia .st; Leaguo team, but a division of the Newark teain, which played againat tbe other. The samo was a very Interestlng one as woll as fast one. A feature of tho gamo was the heavy hittlng by both aidos. /wo hom cra and three tliroc-basgcrs belng mado, Score by innlngs: R, lt. B. Danville ."i ( 0 1 0 n 0 0 ??. 13 :: Nowark .101010020?,. S 1 Baltories?Patterson, McOinntty and Crtsp; I'arklns, Colo and Boae. Umplre, Mr. Jle Tague. FORK I'XIOX WIXS. Defcntf. Richmond High School Trnm by Score of S (o 7. (J (Speei.-il to Tho Ttmca-Dlspatch.] Fork Cnlon Va., March 2<?Fork Union Academy defeated (ho Rlclunond Iligh School team in tha accond gam? horo to dny l.v a frnr? ef <: to 7. Eotty wns In bet? ter form than he wns last Saturday ln tho box for tho locnla. Tho game waa Intenscly exciting. ANNVAL FIELD DAV. AtlUotcs at Biacksburg Wlll Hold Annual Event Xeit Friduy. [Speeial to The Tlmes-iDIspatch] Biacksburg, Vn., March 2S.?Tho annual fleld dav of tho Virginia Polytcchnlc In etltuto will bo hold horo Frlday. Indlca tlona are that more iiiiention wlll bo given in futuro to track athlotica, and much In torcst is b'-lng shown in thc meet wlth the Unlverslty of North Carolina April 3 and that wlth Wnslilngton and I.ce Aprll ao at Lexlngton. Thoro ls posaibillty of a meot belng arranged wlth North Carollna A. and M. in May. Itlvnl Lovcrs ..unrrcl. Tazewell, Va., .March 28,?"Wllllam Hass and Alex Howery, sald to bo rl vals in love, ciuarreled noar horo Sun? day, and in a lljcht tliat. followed Hass serlously >-ut However.v with n knlfo. Physicians lonk fwonty stitches llowery's wounds. Hass is ln ..all. ll().Ml-:.('OMlNfi DAY IN I ALL. Celebratlon in Dnuvllle Mill Hc Held Dur? lng Month of October. [Special io Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.] Danville, Va,, March 2?.-Thn meetlng callc-d to dlscuas the iiuestlon of having a hnme-comlng day for the past and prosrnt patrons of thc Danville loos. leaf tobncco market wns held hero to-nlght ln ihe rooma of tho Commerclal Atsoclatlon. Tho mor-t Itig was attended by warohousomen, tobac conlsta nnd other lri.inrett.fi eiltzens. Afi.*r n full dlscusslon It was declded to postpone the cek-brntion untll ono diiv during llie falr io be lu-ld Uero ln Octobor. FOR TORPID LIVER. A toipld Hvef dcranRcs thc wholo system, und produces SSCK HEADACKE, _________?*_. Dyspepsta, Costivonesa, Rlfiou* sinstisin, Sailow Skin and Pilos. There Is no hctter rcincdv for thesu common diseases than DR. TUTT'S LIVER PILLS, as n trlul wl.ll prove. Take No Substitute. _Ef__T.fl BEL STILL IMM. Coma Has Disappcared, and Doctors Are Satisfied V/ith Condition. I .Special ln Tho TlrtleS-Dispotch.l Daytona, Pla., March 28.?Although hls mlnd ii.-is been sllghtly excited to day, Senator jjaniel .has boeh lloldlnR hls own. The coma lm. dlsannearori, hut occnslonally hls mlnd wandere. Dr. Chownlng says the Irnprovoment In thc ! tli ; two day.. has been n_ much as ' .ui be expected, l'"rod Hnrpcr Itcttirua, Lynchburg. Va? March 28.?Fred Harper, who hnd been at thc bedslde of Senator John W, Danlel, at Daytona, I-l.i.. for ton days, returned thls morn? ing. and ho doos not expect to return ther.- unless thc Senator become! Whon Mr. Harper lcfi Florlda Sun? day morning he left Senator Danlol Improvlng steadily. the Improvement belng of sni-h a substantlal nature tlmt thc physicians and family now bellove it will be only n matter of a short tlmo befone tho slck man can return i" I.: nchburg, Mr, Harper Is gratifled over tha marked Improvemeni i.*i Sonator I'lui'd.-* conditlon. for, he says, tbe Im ??'? ent can be noted from dav to .. The slck man rccognlzes persons nt his bedslde now, and he llea wlth hls eyi s open when nol a sleep. He M irS at tlmea t.. be drowsy, rat lu-r than ln a state of .ut, and al theso periods he Is much more easily aroused tl .!i was the case n weok ago. .\ I\s oi-r IV Ef_EVE.\TH. Oclnivnrc College liefcn(? Wllliam nnd Miirv |?y Sceire <>f 2 lo I. --. clal ??? The Tlmes-Dispatch.l ibnrg Wlll Mnrch d ?Thls I ?.! tl ? ' ? ixtn. wnen : came ntro fleh ... . . - . n.-.i nli ?-.*. ??? en Joll - ivtnl to flrst. was <l came home on :?? Id The l'ea pltchlngof ? ? ? ork of Jolls Contract* nnd R_l_as.fi uijyaffll^l Natural Laxative Watcr Quickly Relieves:? Biliousness, Sick Headache, Stomach Discrders, and CONSTIPATION <_&___-?[, Do Your Glasses Feel Like This ? Then they are not properly adjusted, When wc (it you \vith Glasses wo adjust them so that they will hc comfortable aud stay on without pinrhing thc skin or lcav ing sears. When you need Glasses let us fit you. We guarantee salisfaction. J. S. JAMES, JEWELER AND OPTICIAN, Seventh and Main Sts. Emerson, upright; mahogany. Fischer, upright, walnut. Crafts, upright, mahogany. Ludhiw, upright, mahogany. Sehaeffer, upright, mahogany. Sehaeffer, upright, walnut. Llndeman, upright, oak. Lltuleman, upright, mahogany. llobart M. Cable, upright, ma? hogany, Send f<>r "Bargain Bulietin.' Yours for thc askiug. Fifth and Crace Streets. L?S -___-_.___?__?__:_f-ji^__.?i'j,^n.-,hT-t.ft i^ft.'jytHW.i-l EG.-HEEIS' W IN WASHINGTON .More Tlian 12000 Childrcr Gathcr on White 1 louse I ,a\vn, PRESIDENT SEES SPORT Annual Event Unusually Enjow able, Owing to Firie Weather^ Washington, Mnrch 28,?Thls li Easter Monday, but ?*? practlcal Wash. Ington business man to-day gave It a more modern deBignatlon. Ho tcrmei lt Euk Monday. Tho custom of o?g-rolllng, Xvhlch li as old as tlio hllls, was lndulgod ii to-day by many thousands of cliildror of Washington. Tho rear lawns of lh? Whito flouse were tho prlnelp.il centro of ;it tractlon, and n pretty plc ture of motlon nnd color was pre? sented to Presldent Taft and the mem? bers nf hls famlly, who vlewcd lh( anlmated Bceno from the rear portlc. of the manslon. v Accordlng to an estlmate mado bj Captain Dan iSulllvan, commandlng the third pollco preclnct, betveen 12,* 000 and 15.000 youngsters vlsited thc rear lawns of thc Whlto Houso to day und engaged ln egg-rolllng. Then wero white and colored chlldren, fai and i Um one. . tail and short, rlc! and poor, .".li mlngll/ig In tho fun o eggs! Tl ero were rod eggi ...... yollow and green, pur ple and scarlot, nnd speckled eggs t-.-. tho thousands. Tho childn n who enjoyi I tho poi I were attlred ;? ni rall < lt Easter clothes. Tl ? g i; the fresh green gra , the b!s '" !' taln with ' tnyrlad tn pld pina j toward the centre of the pool ] formlng s - anopy ot upray -?? -; l ln thc cloud-flltered sunllght, com? bined to form ,i picture ?<:?:- picture. Tho entrancc t.. tho WhHo ITou ? [lawns on Executlve Avcnue pr< enti ' tlo appearanco of the nuelde of a ir now s, wlth i frult red i vor.- uitKCll -crah man old cpli ? I cakos and lem.inade. Wrnllirr m vnr.-ililr. Tho weather co ' tloi The <*klo_< were covefed wlth and mal: irt.lin tlu " Plea .? I ike me In thero, 3 t-:- boy pleaded. "Wh.ii' golng on there' rner .-?? ked ' tor fun; ec" rolllng." Western vlsltor theroupon seize. the hand and led hlm li-.- guard statloncd at man from 11 0 b ti k Westt "i:a The the urchln 1 In pa. ' tln* tho srito. After a whllo t tho land of tho settlng st to the gate ivlth a curl platlvo expresslon on hi proachlng a stalwart y asked: "What ln thunder fun ean thoso papooses seo In rolllng yellow and rod eggs dojvn a slopo and then run? nlng after thom?" "You may search mo." man replied wlth a shake "But It is a custom* of inar." rVp. he tho police of hls hoad. long stand im "f peo ti.o white enoon. No admltted unless ac Iren, and there won* In llrpn.ut of Pcoplt There was a eCdVitant .,tr. ple going in the gates to House lawns durlng tho fo grown folks wei companled by ch small boys who hired themscl. relays to inqulsltlvo men and womr who were onxious to view tho qualnt and tlme-honored custom of Easter Monday ln Washington The little ones car. ird baskets of eggs. imitation chicks and stufted rab liits. They woro admltted to thc grounds immedlately after 9 o'clock thls morning. Captain Danlel Sullivan, with a de tall of thirty policemon, had charge of tho lawns and maintalnefl splendid order throughout. There were no ao cldents of any consequence, and but few lost children wore brought to the southeast gate to he. held for thcit parents or guardlans. Tho first case of "losl" wa.s a bareheaded lad from South Washingtori, who evldently had stolen away from hls home without hlt hat to witness the sport. Out at the Zoo also there wns a large crowd of youngsters, who rolled eggs down the plcture.^quo slopos, und after they were tired of that form ol amusemont thoy made tho rounds ol tho park and had more fun watching thc anttcs of the monkeys, gazing nt tho gay-plurriaged blrds in the great outslde eagc, or- observing the nnlnial,* as they enjoyed the return of genia! spring. Thoro were several thousand chlldren aml parents at thc Zoo to-day. Moro than 15,000 chlldren went ti Itandlo I-Ilghlands thls nfternoon tc take part in tho egg hunt. The faci that a genuine Shptlapcl pony, valued at $1100, and numerous plgcons, gulnea plgs and rabblts won- to ho glven away as prizes ottraetrd llttle folks from nll parts of tho District, many lcavlng tho Whlto Houso lawns to partlclpate In tho hunt. A brass band dlscbursed music. und the entlre forco of thc United States Realty Company nnd n detail of policemon under Captain An? derson rnaintalned order. II iiiii for l'rl/.c F-.K-H. The hlghlands were falrly covered wlth boys nnd glrls, dartlng hithoi nnd thilhor ovor liolds and thrptlgll forests ln quest of tho covotcd prlze wlnning eggs, Mrs. I.ur;. Anderson hlr the egg wlili h calls for thn prlze pony She placed it under a great horse-cliest: nut tree. A feature of the occaslon was ur address to tho assepibled chlldren -bo fdrr the hunt began by .Colonel Arthui B, "Randle. ??The object of thlt; I-.nr-ter celebra? tlon," ho sald, "ls to givo the elilldrer (i kindorgarten losson In t'orrstry nn( hotany, and l hopo nt tlie noxt celebra? tlon wo can hnve tho i-o-operation o nll tlie publlc sehoolij ln Wusliington as It gives the puplls pruetlcul Itle'ai along Ihe llnes tauglit 1 hciiretleally li thc schools, '?lnstnictloiis havo boen glvon ti hlde tlu* l'.'ihhlt OggS noar oak trees gulnea plgs near hlckory trees, mu plgcons near looust trees, and so on lt has boon suggested that tho ponj egg be litddcn near the horse-chestnu..' Miirvr..i\ iiur.s it.\i;i.\_i. ( iiii_ldriiilile liMi.uu.e :i.in,- lo -|li'i|i. i" nml fcuelng, / ispidai lo ThoTlmea Dlnpnt.il 1 Lyncllbltrg, Vn., Mnrch __.?Thi. mountaln rnngos wesi tif Lynchburg nre belng burned over by ilerce flres, whlch havo already dotto-,considei'al.l? dnmoge to timber nnd fenelng. A ft resull ih.. atmosphere has heen don e witli : moke for several day . The territory burned over during Uie pdsl few days l- the same whlch was burned over insl f?n, aml. lt 1.. I. portod, many thousand patiols of feneo have been destroyed. Th.- iiie f.. 1.11.1 from somo of th.. 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