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equally well known, by reason of. lits
extensive l^gai sind business e?htio?i
Hons. Both have always been promt
itcnt in (lie social and business cir?
cles <>r this city; and both have shovi'ri
a dlgnltie.l reserve during I he grand
mir Invcstigntion, and amidst all (he
unfavorable rumors Hint have lieeh
circulated for many weeks.' Both re?
signed {heir positions in the bank over
a yeaV age.
The AppuiuattoN Trust Company wit's
found t.. !>?? in linanclai straits in 1000
lit the month of October of that year,
the directors elected w. |y. /.immer
president 111 place of Davis, ami \V. A.
Worth cashier, in place qf Bishop, and
si c. ceded in borrowing from the Hani:
of Cbthmereo ami Trusts, of KichlhOiHl.
a sufficient sum of money to pay all j
pri ss'ns indebtedness, ami to place |
tile hank on a lirm' tinaneial basis. !
Davis turned bVcr to tin batik all of j
his property, including the famous j
Centre Hill residence, in which he lly-J
..: and at which ih'estdeni Tuft was;
? ircrtalmo tvio years ago during his;
.- ty i.t Petersburgi The bank's eapi- J
tal and surplus amounted to more than;
- .. ...01111. ami on account of excellent!
ijana.urhient of its affairs since Oeto
ber, i00?i is said to have recovered j
iiom the unsecured overdrafts. ?
Charles ii ill Di'iyls Ik Hie brgrthlaet' j
of the Southern t "otnmercia I Congress.}
%\ Ith nea?l.(uat ters in Washington, and i
In is chairman oh ihe executive cbhi-l J
mlttee ot that oruani/.ai ion. which!
holds its annual meeting this year in {
Atlanta, on March S* !' ami 10. He I*
a brother of Biehord Davis. Assistant!
Mtorney-tb-neral of Virginia, and A j
Davis, president of the Southern j
Female College. i
Tiie ,\|>pouiatt?.x Trust Company, as
is well known, purchased the home or]
the Voting Men's Christian Association
on Sycamo.re Street, for ?l".0mt. in,
which it established Its banking qtiar- i
ters and conducted its business On i
the election >-f Mr. '/.immer and Mr.:
Worth the -aim- building was oecttpuVd j<
until destroyed by Hie lire of Decembf|r
In the meantime, at the las? moot- ;
ing ?;f Hie stockholders. the name of
the ?ppbmattos Trust Company w?is
dropped, and the American Bank and.
Trust Company was organized in it*;
Mead, and the business and property of
the former was taken over and all Its i
liabilities assumed. At this meeting
SI00,01)0 of the capital stock of .
the Apponiattox Trust Company w its.;
Mricken off, to cover alleged losses. "
At that meeting of the stockholders
some very plain talks .were made.
The evidence before tile grand jury
has never been made public, and Jitters
and witnesses decline to tell what it
was'. Bank officials seen to-night do
. line to discuss the matter, but hint
that the conduct of the hank's affairs
was remarkable in many respects, and
the indictments returned by tin- grand
Jilry tell the story.
measure mm
AFTER MAMY YEARS!
(Continued From First I'agc.)
to-day. is lukewarm toward the meas?
ure. Several of the members will vote
fot it. but |t ii not anticipated they
win exhibit any great enthusiasm In
doing so.
There was a greni deal of specula - ;
lion to-day as to whether the MeCall ?
bill would receive a majority VP jo i
In the committee. No inetnber of the',
committee is inclined to delay pro- :
it Cd tire, in ylew hi President Tafts '
great interest lit the agreement. To
ii void seeming opposition lb the Presi?
dent's pro-ram. it was reported to
liiglit that there might be no vote in
committee ut all. Some Senators are i
trying to have the McCiill bill re- I
jiortcd without recommendation, civ- :
.i "; to the opponents the right . to !
prosecute their objections on the Sen-j
ate floor. '
liy reason of tiie Ulnes. of Senator'
I lab- it is not likely that a meeting'
of the committee will in- held before;
Saturday, and perhaps not before Mon- I
da y.
Beelprticlty with Canada., wliich to?
day in came the principal question be?
fore the senate, is believed to dopend
upon whether the opposition" will r?-,
sort to a filibuster to defeat it. It is'
the best Judgment of Senate leaders
on both sides of the chamber that if
the MeCall bill to parry om (He pro?
visions of the Canadian agreement is
permitted to reach a vote at this ses?
sion tin: Senate will pass it. by as de?
cisive a vote as was- recorded for it in
Hie House last night.
There was no demonstration of any
character over the receipt of tin- bill
from tin Ilbu.se to-.lay, or it- refer?
ence to t\ mit I..;,
>lny -Bench it Vote.
Washington; l?. C. Fobrtiarv 15.?if
the plans of Senators Borah and Bev
eridge with reference to the election
of Senators and ihe charges against
senator Bo rimer are hot frustrated the
Sennte calendar will he relieved with?
in the next w.-.-k or two of the meas?
ures which ha\o occupied much of the
working time ,,f ? !,,. Senate during lb.:
present session.
Mr. Borah yesterday gave notice that
he would ask the Senat? lb sit to?
morrow until a vole was reached on
the resolution providing for the elec?
tion of SeiiKtqts by direct vote nf the
fJ(-"-"- ? and M??. B> vtiiidge tofday in
."Berry's lot* Clothes"
quprhetcs as sable.
Here we rail a spade a spade,
a mink a mink, a 'rhuskrat a
m.nsk ratw
$190 Iii i li k lined, black
broad-clotli Overcoat, persian
eoilarj iVOw $135.85.
$150.00 musk rat lined, black
broad-cloth overcoat, astrag
hah collar?how $115.85.
$25 ALitomobiie f?r coats at
$17.85.
$60 C h i he h i 1 La coats at
S'J?.85.
$L25 English "Slipons/" now
$17.85.
$50 English "Slipons," Hag
Ian shoulders?now $85.85.
$15 overcoats at $9.85.
? ITw'o more weeks in February i
and March yet to come, not to'
mention next winter!
^ Boys and .Girls' coats, great?
ly reduced iii prices, too.
fitG.u.s.rAT.orncE
Opening Day
Dunlap Hats
Spring - 1911
We display to-day the new J
styles in headgear for men ac?
cording to the world's greatest j
hatter?Dun la p. !
1
- I
d leu l cd ft similar purpose with refer-1
eiiee to the Librljnev resolution tor next;
Tuesdn y.
Whether the Senators will accom?
plish their respective purposes by these
tactics Is ;i question'; hut it |s evident
!<> all that i: iliey fail ami if those
two meantres continue to receive the)
attention uf the Senate there will ho'
little- time for the eon's id erat ion of ap- j
preprint ton lulls. Canadian reciprocity
and the tariff hi,aid hill.
Hoth the I,i,rimer question and the I
election a ineudinent nave been dis?
cussed at great length, and their sup- '
porters declare that there can he no
purpose in delaying a vote other than
to defeat them through: default.
Wonts l?.\irn Session.
[Spccliil to Thi Tlmcs-Oispatch.J
Washington, l?. c, February 13.?
Representative Harrison, of New Vor it,
one of the Democratic leaders of the
I louse, has been convinced for some
time ilia-, an extra session of Congress
Is needed, and that the people want it
in answer to the elections of last No?
vember. Acting up..n this, he Intro
; dueed the following resolution in tho
House to-day, which was referred to
iii" Ways ami Means: Committee, of
: lyhlch he i ? a member;
j "That tin; House of Representatives
j respectfully requests the President of
ithe United Stoiis to exercise the pow
I er Invested in him by the Constitution
and convene the Sixty-second Congress
i in extraordinary session immediately
following March 4, 1911', for the pur
!??..-.. of revising downward tin.- sche?
dule:; "f tlie Payne-Aldrlch tariff act
or August ?'. i?Ot*i ami particularly
those affecting foodstuffs, wool and
i manufacturers of wool and cotton
} manu fact tires." P. II. McG. ?
BETTER FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN THAN CASTOR OIL,
SALTS.OR TILLS. AS ?T SWEETENS AND CLEANSES THE SYSTEM MORE EFFICIENTLY AND
15 PAR MORE PLEASANT TO TAKE.
LS THE IDEAL FAMILY LAXATIVE, AS
IT GIVES SATISFACTION TO ALL, IS
ALWAYS BENEFICIAL IN ITS EFFECTS
AND PERFECTLY SAFE AT ALL TIMES.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
in the Circle*
on everii Pacha^c of 1hc Genuine.
-?
AU- RETJAP.IX DRUGGISTS SELL THE ORIGINAL AND
GENUINE WHEN CALVED FOR. ALTHOUGH THEY COULD
MAKE A LARGER PROFIT BY SELLING INFERIOR PREPARA.
TIONS, YET THEY PREFER TO SELL THE GENUINE. BECAUSE
|T IS RIGHT TO DO SO AND I OK THE GOOD Ol THEIR
CUSTOMERS. WHEN IN NEED OF MEDICINES. SUCH
DRUGGISTS ARE THE ONES TO DEAL WITH. AS YOUR
UirL OR HEALTH MAY AT SOME TIME DEPEND UPON
THOR SMLL AND RELIABILITY
WHEN BUYING
WototfioFu(f Name of the Gompanii;
i Ij
I
[llig
jfilci NT. f?l if roiiOLlWlWj 1
HABIIVAt COlMiPUIOt,
j iDMl! IIUH .-K'ntts
1 iA fe'?F^
fRINTED STRAIGHT ACROSS,NEAR THE liOUOM. AND \'<
THE CIRCLE,NEAR THE TOP OF EVERY PACKACF..?F HIE
GENUINE. ONE SIZE ONLY. FOR SALE OY ALL LEADING
DRUGGISTS. REGULAR PRICE S0< PER BOTTLE..
MINIATURE PICT URE '
Ol I'ACKAGt
m
lit
SYRUP OK FIGS AND Et IXIR Ol /INNA 1> THE ONLY PERFECT FAMILY LAXATIVE,
BECAUSE IT IS/THE ONE REMEDY WHICH ACTS IN A NATURA!, STRENGTHENING WAY
AND CLEANSES THE SYSTEM. WITHOUT UNPLEASANT AITER EFFECTS AND WIIMOUI
IRRITATING. DEBILITATING OR GRIPING, AND THEREFORE DGl-b NOT INTERFERE IN ANY
WAY WITH BUSINESS OR PLEASURE IT IS RECOMMENDED BY MILLIONS OF WELL
INFORMED FAMILIES, WHO KNOW 01 ITS VALUE I ROM PERSONAL USE. TO CE1 IIS
BENEFICIAL EFFECTS ALWAYS BUY THE GENUINE; MANUFACTURED BY THE
rSi
Hundreds of People in Cali?
fornia Town Watch
Skirmish.
Mexieali, Mexico, February l ?*>. -A
light between Mexican troops ami in?
surgents look place to-day. when about
iliirty federals advanced Iroin the
deport atnl took a position near Moxi
? ali. The Federals iVretl first and the
ihsu't&cnts replied. The insurgents were
schtiered along the river bank, using
ravines for breastworks;
Several wounded were brought to
the international line and one' man.
wounded In the head, was taken t"
liiu United States customs bouse.
I"nlte,i Statis troops watched the
boundary line, while artillerymen
guarded the customs house.
iluhdrcds of peuple watched the
skirmish from the house tops in
Calexlco, Cal., across ihc line from
Mexlcani.
Mndero Itenppcnrn,
New York, February 15.?The re?
appearance of Francisco I; Mcdero.
provisional insurrecto President of
Mexico, to-day, in the little border
town of ('.uarlcloupe. brought an
acknowledgment here to-night from
his brothei. Gustavo A. Madoro. that the
rebe"l chief has been hiding in Amer?
ican territory.
"My brother has been part of the
time in El Paso," said Gustavo Madoro.
"ll is true that he is now at Guade?
loupe, ami bis appearance thoic Is a
sign that ho feels the Situation is shap?
ing itself to his desires. A board of
starlegy has been formed, and he will
share in its deliberations, although It
is not yet planned that be should takei'
the Held in person. We do not know !
his abilities as a military leader: he I
does hot know them himself.
"Oroxeo has not been superceded,
but be will now act in closer co-op?
eration' with other insurrecto generals
under a centralized supervision. We
do not feel that the failure to storm
Juarez is a sei back. II would have
been desirable to take .Innrer, if It were
possible, but the present position of
'.he Federal forces has its advantages.
"Robago and S'avarro advanced to
tip. relief of .1 ua re?. from Qasas
Grandes am! Guerrero, both Important
strategic points, which they had to
abandon without a battle. Chihuahua
is now garrisoned by only 750 Fed?
eral troop... and between Juarez and
Chihuahua tie country is- In our pos?
session;
"What do we cam how many men
the government coops up in .1 uarez.'.'
They do iis no harm there, and what j
wo "want is to spread the revolution.
The more the country is loft open to
US I lie quicker prog ress we shall make. |
When we solidify our forces it will bo |
an easy matter to starve Juarez out. |
It ig cut off from the South already." i
Gustavo Madoro made the unqiiiili-I
lied statement to-night that many fed?
eral oflleers suspected of sympathy!
with the InsurrectOs have been exe-i
otttod secretly at Mexico Git.v, but that
so siri'-t has been the censorship ho
word hinting either at disloyalty in
th'- nrmy or at discipline by the go\ ?
ernmcnl has been permitted to leak
out from the capital. Senbr Madoro,
left fur Washington to-night.
May Fire on Aviator*.
Mexico City, February IS.?A via torn
who may attempt to fly across the
frontier are to be made the target for I
rebel bullets with the purpose of bring
lug about complications between the
governments of Mexico und the United
.Mates, according to information that
reached Uederal officials her.- from;
sources which they consider trust- i
worthy. To Alfonzo Maderb, brother
01 the rebel leader, Was attributed the !
declaration that revolutionists along1
the frontier have- been given orders by ;
directors <?! the movement to lire upon i
?any American aviator in such a manner
that it would appear to be the act of
the Federals. The revolutionary lend?
ers are said to believe that such a
course would result In complications
which would benefit their cause.
A special to the Herald from Torreon
stated that rebels yesterday looted the
mining camp of Velardena-, appointed
their own Je fa politico, confiscated '
horses and arms and marched to |
Asa reo. At" Ascarcb they demanded;
1550,000 front Assistant Manager T. M, ;
Woster. and received $1,500.
Ai VelanaTdcna, they confiscated all
horses and some provisions. One man !
shouted; "Rah to the Gringos" (Ame'r
I leans), and was immediately shot by
' tlie. band. Americans, were not mo?
lested.
I The band, numbering 300 men on foot
and 200 mounted, are encamped at'
! Itaclendap Drlceha. This latest depre- ;
I dution Is regarded as Important, since
I it is the first American property to be!
j levied upon. American Vice Consul ;
! t'nrrothers is gathering data upon the]
j affair for transmission to Washington, j
l.r.PROSV OX HOARD SHIP.
Norfolk Authorities W ill see That Vcs- j
s?cl Is Thoroughly Fumigated. i
Norfolk. Va.', February IT..?The!
British steamship Rskdalo, bound from
Baltimore; to New York via Norfolk,
and now supposed to be on her way
down Chesapeake Bay for this port,
is reported to have a case of leprosy
aboard, the victim being Wong Sam, a
Chinese member of the- crew.
When this information came to-day
from Baltimore, Dr. Po what an S.
Schcnck, who is filling the position of
quarantine officer until bis successor
Is named by the Governor, was: seen
and asked what his attitude would bo
when the Eskdale arrives here.
Or. Schcnck said he would take tip
the case at once and seo that the F.sk
dale upon her arrival Is thoroughly
fumigated, adding that the matter
would be dealt with as the circum?
stances may warrant
Academy of Music?Dark.
I lli.iou?Hopkins,*' milliner mid
night.
J.ubhi?Vaudeville.
Yiddish Players ?? Their licit.
if the Yiddish-speaking population
of Itichmbud h id know i what a treat
i\ us in store for them lasi night, the
Academy of "sSluslc would have bcoi)
sold ""i. instead of being only tdp
I heavy, In a curtain speech nflfi- tin
j third act. Max Gabel; the author of
? tar- play and the star of the pet'forin
'ame. deplored th< lack oi interest
shown by his own people, not only in
i hi- efforts and those ..f ins company;
: hut in general in all the work of Yid
I dish playwrights and actors. \s this
[ reviewer has taken occasion to ?u.y be* ?
I foi;,e there are few, if aiiyi actor--, on
I the American Bng]lsh-sp'*;i.king stage
I who could tod learn a v.is', iVniOtihi
? from tin- ait of these wonderful pea
J pie, even though they could not under
?land one word that iv a a spoken, be
t cause their mobile face.--, ert'eetivo ges
| hires and binrvelons tones ' put over"
j every [inn with force hud power, ^f
they cotjhl manage to pat into the hands
of iiio'r igiiorabt of their language
!< yen a i-.yiihpsls of their plays, it would
J lie more tlian worth the while of every
. 11.eat re-goer to attend these remark
. able illays. 1
And crpeciaii'y is t;*itrue of last
night's Performance. Owing, to the
kindliness of several who were for?
bearing ciiOUgb to tear I heinselve <t
away from the cbsoi-blng drama aim
translate, it was possible \ to under
i md fully the comedy, the nffihoa and
ie dramatic strength of Mr. Gi.beJ'.i
"Kol Sliofer/' which, being* Inter?
preted, means "The Cull of the Shofi ???
tin rani's horn, which is sounded on
thai sacred dav, "Vom Klppur,)! the
ol Atonement In brief, the play
.I With, expofsi,*? and bitterly, u.< r
cllctsly lay'B btfori the a.udiencc th<
I We intend to im?
press you 'with our
ifriendly attitude by
a deliberate cut in
price on all popular
?vocal and instru?
mental sheet music.
Not for a day or a week
I b?t always--1 Oc a copy.
Operatic and Classic Sheet Music, i
J Also Music Books at lowest prices. j
Our ytock of Victors and Victor
i Victro'.as. Red Seal and Regular i
Rc?Ords arc Kcjji strictly ?up to the
minute. In this ;is it; all departments
I of the musical business?wc lead.
i
! living evil and horrid consequences o(
I the vicious'; almost incredible, "cade; (
system" of New York, in particular;!
[and of every grout city in general i
The exnqt worths used were; of bourne; <
I iiteomprehciiSlble t" one utterly un-I
sch od led in the tongue, hut, judging '
Horn the tense sllenco ?'f the i udleh.ee;
the gasps of many, and*the tear.-? und
shudders of practically all. the nltiy
revealed a living; awful" arid hideous j
situation, well known to all who have'j
read ami beard of thai blackest side i
of llfu, but heretofore not presen-u>d,
so for as I know, on the stage, Doubt- '
less brutal; certainly powerful. "Kol
Slibfer" teaches a great moral, and 1
loaches skilfully and most artisti. ally. I
Of tli.' company, nothing nut iirai.se j
van be written; Froth Mr. Gabel him- ;
self. with his Inimitable comedy,]
shading and darkcn'nc, into grief
stricken horror, down to the smallest I
><: ili" minor ijliuractcrs, every man au.l
woman showed the difference between
tin- aetor and the elolhes-fprm: Sarah
Killer, though a young wemian, made
i:j and plnyed the part of llahscha, the j
mlddlc-Hgeel wife of Abraham I'an^ky
I Mr. Gabel) to perfection: William
Kelbehlaub made ihr role of Kiel Julke.
tin: despicable cadet, a living, horrible
reality; Myman Rapparpbrt, as Ylsruol
llersb Pansky, sirl< t to the last, degree
of orthodoxy, was thoroughly con -
yliming; Sadie Banks showed getiultto
and great ability as Annie, the tough;
hardened partner <>f the Infamous iv'd;
v;ho afterwards became ''straight" und -;
was forgiven by her people. She. had a
sons: in the second art that move 1
itiany in the house*to tears, ami the
Yiddish words were s;ct to the tun. of
"Every Little Movement." Is not that
art'.' Marv Wilensky. as Tut/.lo, an?
other vlctlim of tin- Kid, was the
pathetlc, pitiful num. of the perform?
ance, and she played her forlorn role
will, a deep anil sorrowful sympathy.
The last scone shows the exterior of
the "schule.*' the synaROgne. and. as
tlu- door is opened from time to time to
admit those who to pray ami to wor?
ship on the Day of Atonement, the i
"memorial candles'' may he seen burn- '
lug. The invocation., the prayer.-, lb]
Israel's God, with tltcir ancient, Oriental i
turns, and mournful minors, are sung;
the weird, almost uncanny "shofer,"
th.- immemorial rain's horn. sounds out.
and the Infinitely sad little victim of
tin- cadet dies?alme-st on the step;; of
Israel's temple.
The sort of performance that one- is
not likely to forget. W. U. G.
May Irwin In ''Getting n Polish."
Booth Tarkingtori and Harry Loom
Wilson will introduce May ii-win in ?
"Getting a Polish" to locaj theatre?
goers at the Academy to-morrow ni^ht.
l! seems almost unfair to the fame of
these two men 'to feel obliged to re- j
call the fact that together they were;
responsible for "The Man From
Home" and the other {food plays, while;
Individually, Mr. Parkington wrote one
<tf the greatest of modern novelettes.
"Monsieur Beaucalre," and Mr. Wilson
wrote "The Spenders."
It is a matter of common knowledge
that the entire range of native dra?
matists does not contain their equal
in the matter of literary attainments ;
That they have learned how to write:
plays well and to the public's fancy, was
most convincingly demonstrated by the
: extraordinary success of their past
ventures.
"Getting a Polish" is heralded as
[simply a little comedy dealing with
the sudden acquisition of great w.-.alth
[?by a woman brought up to a life of
thankless drudgery; As It.-- central
! figure it introduces May Irwin, th.;
] funniest woman i uwie world. Sup
I porting Mis? Irwii. is the usual strong;
j company that l.iebler & Co. habitually
; give to all plays under their manager
i merit, it will he recalled that, this firm;
I which is practically responsible for
! the debut of Messrs. Tarklngton arid
| "Wilson, as dramatists^ has had under;
jits direction every one of the success- ,
I ful plays of these writers.
I Xiiti Opern HoulYc.
j Manager Daniel Sr. Arthur, who will
! present Miss Grace Van Studdiford in
the hew comic oiiern bnuffe. "The Pura
i disc of Mahomet," on Tuesday nlpht,
I curididly admits that lie devoted the
I most of his time and thought to giv?
ing his star tltc most sumptuous pro?
duction of her career. He was con?
fident that Miss Van Studdiford could
be relied upon to delight and thrill
her audiences with a voice that has no
rival in light opera; but he wanted to
contribute ids shard toward the suc?
cess of the venture. And the New
I York press agreed that Manager Ar
I tliur had .lorn- so. This new Smlth
! Planquc-ttc cpniie opera is acknowledged
> tu be one of the most beautifully
-;aned and costumed production, in
years. It will be brought here com?
plete, direct from the Herald Square
Theatre. New York. Seats on sale to-,
morrow.
Concert for ! t >r< pit ui.
An interesting event in musical cir?
cles of Kiehmond will be the concert
this evening In the Jefferson Auditorium
for the benefit of the Sheltering Arms
Free Hospital. The members of that
circle of King's Daughters who are]
j.'.".1.. ..- :'" j..J.XJL_ we -JMXii:
Beautiful Hair Comes
With Dry Shampooing
(Krorii Woman's National Journal.)
Dry shampooing always has been and
always will be popular with the woman
who taken pride in long, abundant und
glossj i lit* The dry shampoo docs away
jwith so much' of the inconvenience and
! bother accompanying washing the* hair.
eliminate; tin- long drying hours arid
abolishes the dancer of catching read?
indeed, i , all-around satisfactory that
?n< wonder why soap and water, egg.*,
etc;, cai fin my followers whatever.
Dry shampoos certainly stimulate the
growth i : hair. There can bit no doubt
? to that; _j ti -1 mix f.our.ouuccs of pow-i
dercd (jih i r'ooi with four ounces of therox,
uhli i (ablcspoori/ul of this mixture!
upon the head; brush the.''powder well (
tlx hair) do this two or three
week for a while and sec the re
?! lor yourself. This will keep your
light 'and fluffy, and beautifully
1 !t corrects the conditions ol the
'lp that cause hair to become
I ? ked, dull, colorless, coarse and brittle.
getting up the concert on llils occasion
urn Mcsdutnos Molvln C. Paltersoh,
Thoijias Adklus, Sam Cohen. A. II. Burr,
\V. W. Tompklns, Marli? Thomas, (id
ward Evans, A. 11. Sands. Pollard Car-'
Ibfcu; U. A. Patterson. Wvun Chester-'
mm:, Misses II. Scott. Kite Blankon
ship. Hello .Johnson. P. Warwick, Ei/.
?le Ptttorsun. The members of this elf - j
de arranged an>l gave the liurineister- ?
Baylor concert at the Jefferson last
yean The tjrograin to-night will bo
. . ? -' - ' / ? 1. . -
Sonata, Waldstoin. Op. Beethoven ?
Miss Thornton...
tat '??Quaifarfalettn'' .Utuidel j
<h> "Mj4,.Mother Bids Me Kind My
Halt" .Haydn
te> 'fproglilern di ToScaV.Puccini*
<di "Pastoral" .Carey :
'Miss Dunham. i
"Second lmpromppa." F Minor.. .Fauro
"Nocturne." for left hand alone.
' Scresiblno j
?.'Tr?umerei'' .'.Strangs \
".Jardln Sous la Plulo".Dubussy.]
Miss Thornton.
II.
fat VOobat" .Wolf
CP) "I'ngechild".Schubert
(e) ?'Wirwamhlten" .Brahms
fd) "Ks Liegt ein Traum, auf der
11 a ide" .You\ 1 "eel It/.
Mi*-* 1 hinham. \ *
fa)' 'Nocturne." <' Minor.Choplil
(b) "Ballade," p. flai Major.Chopin
(c) "Etude," In F Minor.Chopin
Miss Thornton,
tai "l.ove Is the Wind",...Mac Fadyen'
(l?t " The Moon Drops How". . .Cnelnian
(c) "The Little Cray Dove".Saur
tdl Narrative from "'Ha Bohcihe.'"
Puccini
Miss Dunham.
BUILDING PERMITS
Ulebiiimiii College to licmoye Wiills of
Ilurned Wing.
Building and repair permits wero is- j
sued yesterday as follows:
Dora E. and L. it. Allen, to erect a
two-story brick dwelling 2102 Stuart
Avenue, to cost S?iooo.
M. Fisher, to repair a brick store and I
dwelling 1S02 East Broad Street, to
cost $915.
W. C. Satin de rs, to repair a brick
dwelling 7'ir. West Grace Street, eost
not given.
II. I.. Wilkinson, to repair a brick
store and dwelling .".120 East Marshall
Street, to cost $150.
Richmond College, to repair brick
college building, recently damaged by I
lire, removing burned walls und re- I
pairing portions damaged, to cost i
CONDITIONAL PARDON j
-Ml Authorities Agree lu Asking An-j
other t'hnncc for Hubert Goilscy. I
Governor Mann yesterday granted a j
conditional pardon to Hubert F. God,-,
soy, now in the Jail of Surry county.,
awaiting the penitentiary authorities.
He was employed in a printing cstrib-?
llshmctit In Surry. ami was charged
with having forged the name of the
proprietor to :u small check. He was!
arrested at his home In AppomattoxJ
county and sentenced to two years In
the penitentiary.
The application for a pardon was in?
dorsed by Hie Commonwealth'? attor?
ney, trial Judge, sheriff, the man whose
name was forged, the merchant who
cashed the check, and by many others.
Sheahnil It er, t Inn Well.
J. C. Sheahan, of "Philadelphia, who
was taken from a train at Hie Byrd
Street Station Tuesday night while t-TuT
ferlng from what Is believed to be a
temporary aberration of tl.<j mind, was
said at the City Jni) lust night to be,
resting very comfortably He is a man
of prominence in Philadelphia, and is,
well known in Virginia. A friend call?
ed on him at the jail yesterday, and
several telegrams were received at
police headquarters, asking that the
best care bo taken of him.
Church Hill Doctors Meet.
. Reports of various case.-: of Interest
to the profes.-ion were made last night
at the monthlv meeting of the Church
dill'Med.lcal Society, held In the Rail?
road V. M. C. A. Among those who
participated In the discussion were:
Dre. .1.- S. Horsley. C. M. Miller. R. D.
Garcin, M. W. Peyser, W. H. ParTter and
C. W. Rawlcs.
Vlrginlnn* tit Hie Hotel*.*
Murphy's?James, B. Blanks. Peters?
burg; A. N. 'hay, Clifton Forge j W.
McDonald Lee, Irvington, J. S. Chan?
dler. L'rbanna; A. W. Bo ban nan. Surry,
Thomas W. Hooper, Jr., Culpcper; C
D. Hess. Hamilton; W. F. Burke. Eecs
burg; W. 11. t'ato. Emporin; Q. N. Bur:,
Waverly; C. N. Gilflln, Hdeniun; Mr.:
and Mis. R. E. Adams. Virginia; W. E.
Home.-. Boydton; H. O. Lyne, Orange.
Richmond?W. J. Langley, Itndford;
Thomas B. Marshall, Virginia; Miss W.
II. Hell, West Point; Thomas W. Davis,
LiyhchbUrg; J. W Montague, Norfolk;
I.. 1.. Maury. Court land; R. - W; Jordan,
Hmporia: j. T. Davis, Pamplin City;
P.. E. Burke, Appomattox; C. E. DeMott.
Lynchburg; S. C. Chancellor, Char
loUesville; T. L. White, Charlottcsvllle;
Of U Pettit', Norfolk: H. M. White, Dlll
wyn; It. E. Webb, Fort Monroe; Oscar
If. Balrd, Norfolk: E. A. Wood. Ports?
mouth; John F. Wilson. Portsmouth;
P.. D. Mayo. Eexington; C. W*. Trenary,
Front Royal.
Lexington?IT. M. "Wallace. Eexing?
ton: Dr. G. W. Brown. Saluda; P. W.
Lev. is. Miller's Tavern; Mi-, and Mrs.
O. E. Williams. Portsmouth; G. I>.
i English, Danville; J. A. Benthttll, Nor
| folk.
Stumpfs?Alexander Elvesay, Bran?
don; W. C. Webb, Brownsville; Hi M.
Potter. Einporla; 10.. E. Story, Emporla;
A. L. Cox, Charlotte; W. E. Crisimmd,
Roanoke; W. M. Pitts: Charlp.ttesvillo;
H. E. Taylor, Emporia.
Lecture on Colds.
"Cause and Prevention of Common
("olds," will bo the subject of a lecture
to-night in connection with a series
l.on public health matters, which was
begun some time ago under Hie
auspices of the Federation of Moth?
ers' Clubs. Dr. Frank M. Rcade will
speak on Gils subject at 8:15 o'clock
in the auditorium of the John Mar?
shall High School.
Dr. Reado will be Introduced by Dr.
Clifton Miller. These lectures; to
which the public Is Invited, are meeting
j with general favor and approbation.
Dr. Foj-Kytli Heller.
The condition of Rev. Robert W. For
sylh, rector of St. Paul's Episcopal
Church, who recently suffered a re?
lapse, was said by physicians last
night to be somewhat improved.
Mr. AI friend Fined.
Otis M. Alfrlend was fined 525 In
Police Court yesterday morning on a
charge of recklessly driving his auto?
mobile through the streets and knock?
ing down Policeman Barker. The of-,
fense occurred Tuesday night of last
week; but the b flic or was unable to
appear when the ease was first called.
Swears OfiT.
I'pon agreeing lo ''Sign the pledge,"
Branch Carter, whlto, an old offender,
wifs dismissed by a magistrate in Hen
rico county yesterday from a charge
of drunkenness.
Charged With Assault.
Eddie Meredith, colored, was arrest?
ed yesterday by Deputy Sheriff W. W.
Sydnor. of ilcnrico county, on a charge
of stabbing Elijah Allen, colored.
Meredith will bo tried this morning.
OBITUARY
Mrs. .Mary If. MeGulre.
Mrs. Mary B. MeGulre. wife of the
late Rev. William MeGulre. formerly
an Episcopal minister of Frederieks
iittrg, died yesterday morning at the
home of her cousin. J. \V. Brocken.-;
brough; 7 South Second Street, follow?
ing a protracted Illness. She was Miss
Beadles, of this elty, and a sister of
Mrs. Miles Cary, of Eggleston. Va. She
leaves two stupd'aughtciv, Mrs. Smoot
and Mrs. Randolph.
Her husband waft a cousin of the
late: John P. MeGulre, founder of Mc
Gulrc's School, Mrs. MeGulre was
for Infants and Children*
Castoria is ft harmless Substitute lor Castor Oil, Pare?
goric, Drops >nud Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant, It
contains ucither Opium, Morphine nor other "Narcotic
substance. It destroys AVorms and allays Peverishnoss.
It euros I>iarrhcca and "Wind Colic. It relieves Teeth?
ing" Troubles and euros Coustipatlon. *It regulates tho
Stomach and Bowels, srivinp healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea?The Mother's Frioud.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
1U( crKraun comfinv, tt hukii'v ?TwrtT. new ?oji?omf._
prominently connected throughout Vir?
gin in.
Tho funeral will take place from the
residence of Mr. Brockcnhrough thin
morning at 10 o'clock. Services will
>>e conducted by Hov. William Meade
Clarko ami Hov. Benjamin Dennis.
Mr*. Mnr> II. Kiugletou.
[Special to The Tlrnes-Dlspatch.]
f?llen. Va.. February 16.?Mrs. Mary
B. Singleton, wife of .1. \V. Singleton,
who lives ?mar Darlington Heights.
Prince Kdvyard county, died at her
hoino on Monday, ufjfcr a brief illness
of twenty-four hours. She was twen?
ty-seven years old. The funeral ser?
vices wcro conducted by her pastor.
Dr. Delter, of Douglas Presbyterlau
Church; The Interment was In Spring
Creole Cemetery. She wan formerly
from Caroline county, and if;.survived
by her father and mother. Mr. and Mrs.
Woodford Broaddus; two sisters, Mrs,
Holier! Ooutdlti, of Austlhvlllc, and
MIhs Virginia W. Broaddus. of Caro?
line county, and otio Pro? her. Wood -
ford Broaddus, .Jr., of Caroline county:
also by her husband, .1. W. Singleton',
and one stepdaughter, Miss Bessie Sin?
gleton;
Colonel Nenl Areh 31el.enn.
[Special to The Times Dispatch;j
Raleigh, N. C. February 15.?Colonel
N'eal Arch McLean, of I .umber t em. tiled
suddenly from apoplexy to-night at S
o'olock in his room at tbe Yarborough.
He had boeil enjoying hi3 usual good
health, but remained In his room to?
day because lie did not feel well, and
his death was a groat, shock. Three
or four friends were present when tho
end came. The remains were taken
to Lumbortoh to-night, accompanied
by a number of friends and kinsmen
Colonel McDean was a well known and
prominent attorney, and for years had
been division counsel for the Atlantic
Coast Dime He is survived by hits
widow and several children;
Mr*, n. F. Powell.
{Specin 1 to The Times-Dispatch. 1
Crozet. Va., February tfi,?Mrs. H.
W. Powell, postmistress at Mediums
h,Hlver; for twenty years, died yestferrtay
i in her severity-fourth year, after an 111
! riess of only two days. She Je surr
j vjved by two sons ? W. Y. Powell, of
< Crozot. and R. I. Powell, of Mediums J
; River. The funeral will be held from
I Ml. Plain Church to-morrow, at 11
o'clock.
Michael Ellwood.
ISppcinl to The Times-Dispatch.]
WUllamsburg; Va.. February 15.'?
; Michael Ellwuod. aged about seventy
.years; died this morning after a short
' Illness. lie is survived by hl<= wife:
I and three small children, besides sev
I eral grown children by a previous |
j marriage! The l itter live In the North,
i The funeral arrangements have not,
been 'completed, but the burial will
he in Cedar Grove. Crunotery to-mor?
row.
C'lnrciiec Smid rfdirc.
(Special to The Tlrnes-Dlspatch.]
Chnrlbttesvilic, Va.. February l
CiarenCo Sahdridge. aged nineteen; son
of Mr. and Mrs. C. l >. Sandrldge; is
dead at the hbnte of his parents, near
! Free Union, In tite northern part of
j trio" county. He. leavers his father and
? mother and five sisters.
Mlley I,. Ilotlir.
I Special to Tlic Tlines-DiBpatch. 1
i Staunton, Va., February l.r,.? Miley
H Houff, n traveling salesman, with
a large connection in this section ot
Virginia, died yesterday at Ills coun?
try home near this city, of pneumonia;
aged about thirty-five years, leaving
a wife and four small children.
sum net ill. Nowlih. V
[Special to The Tlmes-1hsoal< h. 1
Dynohburg. Va.. February 15.?-Samuel
' M. Nowllii. aged seventy-one years, a
i farmer, living in Amtierst county, was
: found dead In a Held near his h?rne
j late yesterday. A coroner's Innuest
: ascertained that death was due to acute
Indigestion.
llenrr Audor?nn.
rSpecial to The Times-Dispatch 1
Norwood. Va? February lH > m y
Anderson died at his home here. "River
view," on Monday morning. In his sev?
enty-eighth year. He leaves a wifo arid
seven children. He was buried Tues?
day afternoon at Christ Church
Funeral of Claudius llnr<Iy.
(.Special to The Times-Dispatch; 1
(Tcndcrsbn. N C. February 1~<.?The
remains of Claudius Hardy," who died
In Louisville, Ky., oh Sunday ait.-r
noon arrived here this morning and
were takon to Wllilanisboro for inter?
ment. The funeral services were held
at the old S?. .lohn'? Church this after?
noon at ?. o'clock ReV. Mr. Hughes
officiating.
DEATHS
-M.r.FV.?Died. February 1.'. Iftll,
NETTIE ADTjF.Y, In the severity
first Year of her age. She leaves
One sein, Mr. Win. W. Alley, of Rich?
mond.
Funeral -will lake place TIICRS
DAV AFTERNOON nt r, o'clock at
the Richmond Burial Company's fu?
neral parlors. Ill* Fast. Main Street:
Interment at Rlvervlew. Friends and
acoualritanjccs are Invited to attend.
Petersburg papers please copy.
' MoOUTRE?Entered Into rest suddenly
? at r.:r.o o'clock February i-ith. MTts.
MARY B, McQUXRE; widow of Dev.
Wlllinrh mcGulrc.
Funeral from the residence of B.
W. Brockenhrongh. 7 South Second
Street, at 10 A. M. THIS THURSDAY.
MORANO.- Died, at hl<= late residence.
\ No. HO South Eighth Street, at ??-,:>
o'clock P. Sr.'. February 15. if?n.
VTNCENZO (.TAMES) MORAND. lie
leaves his wife and three sons ?
Joseph, Frank and Nicholas ?and one
niece, Jennie Slorano. to mourn his
j lOffH. y
Funeral notice later.
7 KERRIGAN.?Died. Wednesday. Feb?
ruary 13, I91J. MRS. BRIDGET KER?
RIGAN, at the residence of her
daughter. Mrs. R. E. Pyne. fiUl North
Eleventh Street.
Funeral from St. Peter's Church
FRIDAY MORNING at 10 o'clock,
with Requiem High Mas?.
WEST.?Died; Tuesday. February 1 Ith.
nt 12:1 r. P. M-. at her residence. lOt*.
N. Seventh Street. SIRS; CATHERINE
WEST, widow of John T. West,
in the. eighty-fifth year of her
age. She leaves the following chil?
dren;. Mrs. Philip F. Garity. of West
Onlncy. Mass."; John T? Katie C. and
Timothy C. West, of this city; eleven
grandchildren and two great-grand?
children.
Funeral from St. Peter's Catholic
Church 'THURSDAY -MORNING. \|0
o'clock. Interment Mount Calvary
Cemetery.
roi.os CAVsn headache.
LAXATIV!-; BIIOMO Quinine, tin. world wide
Cold and Grip roniedy romove? cnusi?. Cn.ll full
name. Look for signature B. }V. GUOVE. 2it
?OY INSTANTLY Kl 1,1.ED.
Accident I y Shoots . Illtiuncir Wlilla
Handling Shotgun.
Ashcvlllo, C. February 15.?John'
Edwards, tho flfteen-year-olfl son ofj
Mrs. E. E lyoc. accidentally shot him 'j
self through the heart early to-night
as. Tarroll. N. C, a small town ctrru
toen miles from here. Tc boy has
been keeping a shotgun bidden under?
neath the house, and yesterday 1i!h
mother told him to got It out. In at
tempting to remove the gun. the trig?
ger supposedly caught, tiring a charge
which tore a ghastly hole In i\\a left
breast, death resulting almost Instant?
ly. The parents of tho boy tire prom ?
inent and wealthy people of Lakeland.
Florida, who have been spending the
winter at Terrell.
Mnlor Allen Very III.
Np change was observed curly this
morning In the condition of Major Ot
way S Allen, who la seriously 111 at
hfS home; ,101 West Franklin Street.
Major Allen was an Aller man of Rich?
mond several years ago, and was at
one time active In municipal affairs
His present Illness has alarmed o wide
circle of friends and relatives.
Operation Performed.
Miss Anita Orove, or Lit ray, Va., was
operated upon yesterday at the Me?
morial Hospital. Her condition Is said
to be satisfactory.
A FACT
ABOUT THE "BLUES"
What Is known as tho ??Blues"
is seldom occasioned by actual exist?
ing external conditions, but in the
great majority of cases by a dU
ordered LIVER.-??
THIS IS A FACT
which may be demonstra?
ted by trying a course of
Thoy control and regulate the LIVER.
They bringhopeand bouyaucy to the
mind. They bring health and elastic*
Ity to the body.
TAKE MO SUBSTITUTE.
Special Suit
and Fur Values
AT
Baylor-Yarborough Co.'s,
207 East Broa I Stre?t
It is better not to be without
Butter Nut Bread
NOLDE BROS.
_trar
359
SEE T11K SHOULDER IIRACE
lllsidny This Week,
nt "The- tfcunlltv SIorr/' j
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The 3fe?a?? Store
Richmond. V".
LADIES' TAILOR AND SUIT
MANUFACTURER,
S. VV. Corner Seventh and Franklin
Streets, Opp. P. O.
Madison 5175. Monroe 1053.
FOR $.3.50 SOLID OAK ROCKER.
Well made and finely finished; saddle
seat; extraordinary value at $1.8?
Hopkins Furniture Co.
7 and 9 W. Broad Street.
INCREASE
Your business by judicious advertising.
Our advice Is free, our plans are com-,
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Freeman Advertising Agency,
Mutual Uli II ding,
Richmond. - Virginia.
A Savings Aecoun
In This
Will make that "rainy day" appear
ao an April shower, bringing strengt BT
and happiness when most needed?
Instead of a driving hurricane to do
stroy everything in its path.
Start it with one dollar NOW.
NATIONAL
Capital, Surplus Sc Profits, $1,600,000.
Write for booklet, "Buukfqg by Mail.'

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