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door* on the ?ante day, despite the erics
of an army of depositors. Ill* Unique >le<hud?. The unique methods employed by Robin in juggling the fumls of his va? rious banks Were inch, told In detail, ft" well as tho history of his remark able career. He had arrived in Hits country with his aged parents and bro? ther and alster wlu-n but twenty years of ago. Ills lirst iitcp was to master the English language, while his sister, who had obtained her medical degree on the other eide, secured employment as a nurse In one of the hospitals. Roblnovitch, afi he was tlien called niter working as a bootblack, a report? er, an Insurance agent and at various other occupations, made tils way to .Buffalo, where he made his first bi? financial coup by promoting the prop? osition to harness the Niagara rails With a few hundred dollars he cleaned up ?5f>0;000, and returned to New York lb seek a broader Hold for tho devel? opment of his talents. He llrst delved Into teal estate, and after he had in? et eased his fortune to ?1,000,0.00 lie bought tho controlling interest in the Aetna Indemnity Company .and the Rochester Title and Guarantee Com? pany. About this time tin- Hamilton Rank was being reorganized following its failure during Um panic of 190", and Robin; by a clever manipulation, was able to get control of this institution, which lie consolidated with the North, ern Rank and tho Riverside Rank. CaiHc of Crush. Aside from the banking and insur? ance companies. Robin organized ih< Realty and Surety Company, tho South Shoro Traction Company, the Babylon Realty Company. aud the Fidelity Lie velopmont Company, it was the pro, motion *of these "outside organizations that caused his downfall. He would lisp the fund;; of the banks to bolstet tip these enterprises, and give nothing in return except worthless collateral. The grand jury investigation showed ?.hat lie bad obtained thousands of del lars from his bank; without depositing any collateral. Sensations in the' Rob? in case, however, did not end with the arrest of the financier. tin December 30 he was taken to rourt to plead to the indictment, which riiargcd him with the theft of $00.000, end while In the courtroom attempt? ed suicide by swallowing poison. The dose, however, was not sufficient to kill; and after n few days In the bos 1 Its', lie was taken to the Tombs pris? on, no worse for the attempt It be enme evident at this time that hi.; de. fense would be based em an insanity pica; and w;hethcr his attempt to tak. hls life was the. part of a clever ruse to bolster up this pica, or the act of a desperate man, is ? question on which Is a difference of opinion. Another Interesting incident In tho Robin case, and one which increased the public resentment against the wrecked b.miter, occurred a few days Inter, when he mid his sister. Dr. Louise Unbi novit eh. denied the It' par? ents. This pathetic scene occurred In the office of the District Attorney, ?where Mr. and Mrs. Herman Roblno vitch. aged couple who lived in Brook . lyn, presented evidence showing that they wore the parents of the banker. Rbbin, while admitting that they had brought him from the old country, ?aid that they were no relation to hiln, und that ids narents were in Siberia. The following day seven more in dielmcpui word returned agslinnt Rob? in charging him wit'.! the l rieft of S "07.000 fjotn the Washington Saving.* Bank; In the meantime Robin's sis? ter had requested the Supreme Coin" to appoint a commission U> look aftei bei brother's estate, stating that sh> iviif, the bhiy living relative. This re quest was denied oh .lanuary <, and three days later Dr. RablhovitOi \vu.i indicted oh the charge of pcrjui'y. In making her Kpplieailuii she claimed tvi be Robin's 'only relative, biit the ? isL iriot Attorney presented the testimony of the aged Brooklyn couple ami nil Indictinent followed. Iler trial hna hot Iis \ f t come up, Av an Indirect 1t i til> of It obi it's No married, woman's happiness ia i complete without children; sho yearns with the deeper longings of her nature for tho joys of mother? hood. But women who hear children should prepare for tho coming of bahy by properly caring for their physical systems. Mother's Friend v3 the expectant mother's greatest help. It is a remedy which prepares the uscles and tendons for the unusual strain, rendors the ligaments r.upple and ? astic, aids in erpanding the skin and flesh fibres, and strengthens all the i ncmbranes and tissues. It i3 especially valuable where tho breants are trouble? some from -welling and congestion, and its regular use will lessen the pain ana danger - when the little one conies. Women who use Mother's Frlond aro assured of passing the crisis with safety. It. ia for sale at drug stores. Write for free hook for expectant mothers. BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., Atlanta, Ga. ffllffi/iif *i lilll AT oeiow raaory All Sizes, Styles and Prices on Sale Until Sold. TRUNK & BAG CO*, 703 E. Broad Street. CLEAR?Not Clarifi(5tl Within the Reach of Everybody 8? 5 PURE.Not purified. The Volume o! Business Warrants the Price 25 Cents PHONE MOttROL 477 OR 47ft Gutsnnttfi by Holly Lit Ma sphnjt Co., Inc., Richmond. V.i , under Pine Too<\ and Dru* Act. Tunr. 3<Q, 190ft. , Serial No, .VU.U ?I?I???Ml I ill , > a methods the Carnegie Trust Company ? closed Its doors on January '.. and at prescht is in the hands of "the State j Bhnktug Department. ISutcr.s Nu lMea. i Robin was arraigned on January , 10, and, as lie would not enter any ; plon to the indictments, the court i ordered thut one of not guilty he pre? sented. This caused another interest j ing fight. Former District Attorn o> I .Jerome, counsel for ltohln, had con? tended all along Hint his client was insane, and should not he compelled to .'?land trial. On January upon motion of Dis? til.: Attorney Whltiinian. Judge Swann appointed Dr. Charles 1.. Dana ami Dr. Feuree Bailey as a commission to determine tho prisoner's 'mental condition. The case came up on Feb? ruary 1 before a jury, and evidence wits presented by five noted alienists to the effect that Robin was lusani and uiiHblc to confer rationally with j his counsel. Kobin was also placed on the stand, and told a rambling story to the effect that ho was the victim of the Standard OH Company and J. P. Morgan and that some one was attempting to pol son him in the Tombs. Despite thi. evidence. however, the Jury returned i ret'dlet to the effect that Robin was t-anc and should stand trial. Judge [Swann complimented them on their : Verdict, and as n result was severely Mdtlolzcd by Mr. Jerome ami the ilichlsts who bud figured In the trial. The jurors all said that they were of the. opinion that -Robin was feigning insanity, and Judge Swann backed them tip. Ail of Robin's concerns arc in the hands of receivers, and bankruptcy proceedings against Robin arc at pres? ent being conducted before a commis? sioner appointed by the Unltod Stale* Commission Court. As the result oi Robin's thefts Dr. Harry Jarno?. Charles K. Ilexoll, William P. Youngs and Thomas F. Murphy, trustees of the "Washington Saving? Bank, arn under indictment on the charge of per? jury, wlille William D. BVowls, tho vice-president of the Northern Hank, is also under indictment on' the snmn j chjirge. and Frabk l>. Grant, tin forth?r president of thru Institution, ! litis been indicted for a misdemeanor. SUICIDE SCREENS IN ROTUNDA Chicago Adopts Pinn to Protect Public Crom Persons IVhn l.ctip. Chicago, February 2fi.? So many persons recently have committed sui? cide by .lumping from upper stories in the rotunda of buildings thr.t the build? ing department of the city lias taken steps to protect persons on the ground 1 floors. Owners of sixteen down-rtou it bill < buildings having rotundas mor ? t'uiii lb roe stories in belebt were ordered by the building department to stretch horebus across the second-floor open? ings to prbtoct those on the main llooi from being struck by perspns making suicidal leaps; FATHER SEES SON DROWN Had Broken Through tee, hot Mnnngjcd to S?iv?- Himself. Swansea. Mass.. February 26.-?-While i struggling to save himself from death Iii Palmer's River, Louis .Martin saw j Ills ten-ycar- >hl sop Gerald break I through the ice some distance further n way and drown, Whsn the father I succeeded in dragging .himself out on j the Hrni lee ihe boy bad gone down. They had been on tin eelihg expedi? tion, and were crossing tin- river on their way home, the boy being some distance m the bad when the accident happened. U. S. Spends Almost a Million for Wornout Toy. Asserts Paymaster. Puget Sound Navy Yard, February 26.?Eight hundred thousand dollars fi>r a toy: This is the price navy men say ihe government has paid, und It's an bid, wornoUt toy at that. Accord? ing to the statement of a navy pay? master iure, the old battleship Ore? gon is worthless. Further, she would pro to pieces in battle: she is a "ti: ship," not even a good "bluff;" The Pacific coast demanded a Heel, and this demand became so persistent tii.it the government was forced to do something. Accordingly the only bat tlcshlp on the Pacific side?the old Oreg?n?was ordfroo. repaired. Sh< was towed into dry dock at. Pugci Sound navy yard and patched up from turret to keel. A force of mechanical doctors hammered away almost ?1. O00.000 worth of time and material in a vain effort to put the old llghtet hack In condition. Rut she couldn't come back, navy men say. and now she mopes around PUgct Sound, a sort of decoy for foreign lighting ships to Hit lh and settle down undisturbed in I case uf war. Other officers in the yard no not take j such a pessimistic view of the Oregon. ! "She Is as tit as a fiddle," says one. "and would hold her own against many of the more m?(ii>rn fighting ma? chines. Although she is slow, there is no troth in the report that the old ship is not sehw?rthy. Her armor is heavier than that of the Nebraska, and although the Oregon is two knots slower, she is the belter ship of the two. She can make as many hit;; as the Nebraska in the same length of time and with less surface exposure." Some of the $$00,000 worth of re? pairs on Ihe Oregon Include a new battery, the heaviest on the const; new lighting tower and the b-itest re? volving turrets. There is no difference of opinion borr. regarding the worthlossness of three Other vessels now lying idle at this yard?the Si. Louis, Milwaukee and Charleston. All naval exports n.^rc that these old hulks will never be used for coast defense. FATAL WILD WEST SHOW _ i Hoy Shot I'hrounh RVnrt by Ills t>!ny> mulc. . Philadelphia, Pa., February 2'>.? John Kelly* aged fifteen years, was shot and instantly killed to-day by .Tames I3ngle( aged ten years, while playing cowboy and Indian with a number of other boys on a lot near thole homes in West Philadelphia. The boy's have been accustomed to meet on a lot every Sunday and reproduce Wild West show.-.. On previous occasion:! they have been contented with rope lassos and cap pistols, but last niirbt two of the older boys purchased a small rifle and brought it to the lot to-day. Young Fngle, armed with this weapon, was being pursued by John Kelly with a lasso when, according to witnesses, Fngle without looking, tUrn ? d and shot. Kelly fell with a bullet through his heart SAVED FROM LYNCHING Ohio Men * Mold It.ili at Hay Till Sheriff Conies. I'.eib font.iin, i >hlo, February 26i ? .lohn Dreis, ;i farmer forty year- old. und his son, Gibson Leers, twenty-one years of age, wer? rescued from a mob of would-be lynchers this- afternoon l>y ;t sheriff's posace. after the young man shot Purr Kerns, a neighbor Kerns, accompanied by bis brother, Paniol and two friomls, bad gone to the Leers' home where they accused Leers of stealing coin. According to ilie elder Beers, during the altercation one of the men struck him with a shbvei knocking him down. He clalniH that another man attacked his wife, and that Purr Kerns was rushing at him when young Leers tired. After the Shooting, Kern's friends assembled with the avowed Intention of lynching Hu- Ibers. The latter bar? ricaded themselves insi<\o their home, and held ihe mob off with their ritles until tht.- sheriff arrived with a possee lb whom they surrendered. Daniel kerns was also arrested. FKAR IRTT15X MIR SIC MA V OIF.. Poisoned by the Teeth of Her Crased Feminine Patient. Lebanon, Pa., February 2?.?Miss Lillian Light; a trained nurse, Is criri callv Ml here, a martyr to duty. She !?? suffeiMhg from nlood poisoning, and small hopes are held out for her re? covery. Recently; while attending Mrs. lohn' kiliuovsky, of this city, v/h? was sut fc.rlng from dementia, Mis-- Mghl Warf biti? n severely by the patient. Ti n wounds "ii the hand refused to heal, and In spite of all tho I tie doctors have done, her condition has. cent in pel to grow worse until her sight haa become affected. 1 ?uving the smallpox epidemic here eight years ago Miss Light, as a vol? unteer nurse, waa in charge of the isolation ward. ? MURDKR .It Uta: IN RA LI. KIR. Took Verdict f'lail rm Wnshin;.;(on, r?i| Mistrial Muy Result. LloomtUlJ, Ind., February "6.? Charles Lurton. found guilty of m.m. . slhnghtei et. Washington's Ulrthuaj J for killing Aur a Staples; moy he grant ? eil a new trial on prJuliUr sirotVhus j Tile vcrdi- t -vas rc'chol about * o'clock al i i;;',it. .\t tnat time a colo? nial dies?, part'' was h>mg given by I tiir- Argonaut Literary Club. The ? ?i nt bailiff calloj op by cdich? the h?hte of ludge tfhiirles K. Mender. *on; who had presided at the trial, an.? j announced thai a vordlcj had be reached. The lud go was costumed at I in the days of the Revolution teadv for the party, with sip; knickerbock ors, white silk stockings, fancy silo i per . :md with silver buckle:?; "not to mention laces and ruft'';, swallow tall ? c ..t and a powdered wig, and was im? personating no lest a elnVraotor Hum i George Washington. In this costume, removing only hi wig, he hardened to the -court room and hear.I the verdict read. .Vow arises .the ouesHon "Mtiy a Judge appear on the bunch in disguise?" or "Mav j Judgo receive a verdict in :t ^1:f; ,? bus already passed on in his oiHcb capacity except In his own proper n't r \-?n: a number of lawyers l Vvt raised tue. question. Funeral of Generat W. L. Cabell Largest Ever Seen in Texas. Dallas, Tex.. February 20.?Fol 16 wad ! Uy the largest number of mourners and Irlends that ever attended a I funeral fn Texas, General \V. u. Cabell,,' wTu> at the time of his death here! Wednesday was one 61 the tew re-] mhlning nrigadiers of the Confederacy; and honorary command' : -in-chief of ' the Unite*! Confederate Veterans, was j laid to rest in Greenwood Cemetery in litis city, this afternoon. Tiie pnnoplj ! of u military funeral made the service the most inipivssivo of its kind cvei held in Dallas. Jt is estimated thai, bot ween 50,000 and <;o,ooo pier?ons saw I t!ie funeral procession or attended tho services. The line of march -extended more than two miles. Cross streets wer? j blocked and the procession moved I throughout the entire distance between' solitl lines of humanity. l-'ollowlng a Catholic service at the; house, the bier was moved to tho j cemetery under the escort of two ] companies of militia and a platoon of mounted police. A bund played dirges and frequently the grilled Confed? erate veterans who wer?- in line of march were seen to wipe away tears Vetcoans of tho Blue followed Imme? diately after those of the Gray, end then came the Sons of Confederates lind tho Spanish-American War Vet? erans drhped In tho United the liar, of the Con '? mounted en a caisson a riderless horse; after llrst lire engine Dallas Tiie bier was States flag ami fodoracy. Jt was and followed by which came th< ever had, which was named "Old Tlge/' In honor of General Cabell. Th.f ceremonies at the eomoiory were very impressive. The ??brigadier s sa? lute'! woe tired by cannon, ami "taps" was blown. The eulogy was delivered by Rev. S, A. I lay den. Throe large trucks were required to convey the floral offerings to the ceme? tery, they having come froth all sec? tions of the South. $10,000,000 WIDOW'S DIAMOND RACQUET LOST of if t h .Mrs. Von Ynlkrithurg, nt Polin Reach, .Mourns Disappearance of ."i-lvurnt Gift From Friend. Palm Reach, Fla/, February 2*3.? Mrs. Vadti Van Va lk en burg, whose Inher? itance from one of her former hus? bands. Williafh H. Chapman, caused her to win the title '.'The $10,000,00) Widow," has lost lu-r dlamond-st uddeO tennis racket and is depressed. Tiie gem in her fancy racket weigh.* five karats, and she says she valucf the implement mainly because it wo.i given to her by a dear friend In Now York; It is said to be one lev.- diamond-studded jackets. :ii.- only one. in existence. .v.,Y- Van Val konb?rg had played several sets tust before the loss "'. the racket. Sin: strolled to the beach, bilked with Hoveral groups of friends, and returned to tho hotel, I! was then she missed it. She hur? ried back, but did not find it. She has offered a substantial reward fbi the return of the missing Jewel; Mrs. Van Vnlkenburg has been mar? ried three time.:. Her :ir.= t husband was Doe Agnew. an inventor, whom she divorced. She wed Chapman the day she won the decree, lief uvtrrlag? to Philip Van Y'ti.lkenb irg tobk plqc n little over n year ago. With him she bos been having trouble rocehfly; TAKE SHORT CUT Any one in the centre of the city or West Cud having business oh Church Hill ran take a short rut by using the viaduct from Thirteenth and Marshall Streets to Twcutv-fifth Street. Teams can haul heavier loads to Church Hill by avoiding the hill and taking the viaduct. The very cheap fares make this method of communication between I he ccntrc'of the city arid nil the eastern pat ts of the city very quirk and reasonable. The season's nest French select; large, clear, meat with the persuading flavor, Hermann Schmidt Monroe 101, 504 East Broad Street. The Best in FURNITURE Always ydn?r & Hundley, fee. HIGH-GRADE hard woods. KIRCH, POPLAR, Quartered oak.. Every kind of Lumber wanted by builders. Boys7 $5 to 57.50 Suits, %2. $1189 for $3.50 solid oak. rocker. ! Well made and finely finished; saddle seat; extraordinary value at SI.89 Hopkins Furniture Co. 7 and ? \v. Rr0ad Street. HAVE YOU SEE IS" THE es AT Pettit & Co.'s? 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Once given n thorough trial, Cardui will always remain the preferred, standard remedy for all the ills that afflict women ? the tonic to use when now strength is needed to build up the womanly system, I after everything else has failed.- ' Prepared from perfec tly harmless, vege? table ingredients, Cardiii is the safest remedy for you to use, as it can do you ! nothing but good. Cardui is not a curc-nll, but a woman's medicine? a tonic for weak women, ft tlocs one thing and docs it well. That's the secret of its success. Thousands of ladies have regained their health through Cardui. Why not you? N. n.? Write to Ladies' Advisory Dept., Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenu., for Special Instructions and 04-page bo'jk, "Home Treatment for Women," sent, in plain wrapper on request. CARUSO BUYS RARE GEM AS HIS VOICE RETURNS Tenor Siiys He Van Speak Above a Whisper, hut Will Not for a While. Atlantic City, February 26.?Enrico ?Caruso spent money lavishly along the boardwalk shops yesterday when h<; l It-covered he could spoilc above a ?vhisper. He celobraibd tho event by purchasing a S2.6?0 emerald cameo, the ?hly gem of its kind known to exist, "'he 'cameo is fttterl Into a brooch and ts surrounded by pearls and diamonds. Ihe stone itself Is an Inch bv an Inch nid a quarter in dimension. Caruso ?_'.Npo."t.*-. 1q have It se t in a ring. This brooch is known to be over J0? year;; old, and was pinked up In Southern Italy almost forty years ago it took a llrst prize at tlie Pt. Louis iOy position, The tenor took- a lata breakfast ni his hotel, Still ustnt' a pad and pencil to order. "Yes. 1 can speak above a whisper, but I'm not going to until mv physician Informs rnr. it is safe," ho declared. MANACLED PitISONKIV8 r-'t'ltV. With One IlnmlctilV He Itctdht* Itenrrrst Amldnt Crowds. Pittsburg, February 2d.?With a handcuff danplitg from bis wrist, F-d ward Berry, released from the AVcstorii Pennsylvania Ponlt?ntiary here, wus rcnrresled in order thai he might qom plete a term in the Intermediate pen? itentiary al .Mnnstleld, O., flashed from a restaurant Into crowded Federal Street. Suburban trains were unloading pas? sengers, and hundreds joined in tho > base. A shot from a policeman's re? volver failed to Stop the man, and Mioile-. ofiicer n(tempted to nut. an end t-i Iiis career. Berry fought srith the handcuff until the ofiicer knocked him down and secured the other wrist. Berry was at breakfast In the res? taurant with tho Ohio otlicers, who had opened one cuff that, ho might eat, when he dashed for the door. PRESENTED TO DIAZ Mnlnnut'.s Aviator's Win Favor of Mexi? can J'reMdcat. Mexico City, February L'<l.?Before a big crowd at the aviation field to-day, Roland G. Garros, one. of the quartet of Frenchmen with Moisunt's corps of aviators, made an altitude (light esti? mated at 3,DUO feet, which, consider? ing the starting altitude of 7.S00 feet, was regarded us a remarkable per? formance. President Diaz and his official family j were spectators; the occasion,,belng the i second day of the nine-day meet. Ueno ' Barrier, another Frenchman, ui.ido a cross-country .light, and Hotte film on gave a clover demonstration of con? trol, whereupon General Diaz signified to Manager P. B. young, a desire to have the Intrepid performers presented. He congratulated them and expressed his pleasure kt witnessing the Mights. A hies Laclcs Control, Dallas, Texas. February 26.?Mc Graw's youngsters defeated Dallas by the one-sided score of 11 to l to-day. Dallas; used Abies, who is to he given a trial by the New York Americans, but he lacked control, and the New York Nationals hit him at will. Becker was the star, getting two three bag? gers and a single. COW TI0KM5O TO nifJATli. ISIffJit-dPeuny A'nII, flat.bin,- Against Heart's Membrane, Fntnl I Bridge, Mass., February 20.?Alpheus '> M. S?ajgrav?, of Happy Hollow, lust ! ah Ayrshire cow, which died from lick ling of the heart and excessive ballajgt, four eight-penny wire nails being found in the stomach after this animal was dead. One of the nails, z 1-3 incites long, '>ad pierced the stomach and was rubbing against the mem? brane of the heart. Mr. Seagruvo said: "The animal wa.n ehe of the piost valuable that I own. We opened the carcass and made a thorough examination of the stomach. ilncUng the four nails. Three nails hud picked up the membrane of the stom? ach nnd rolled it into ropes. Last spring we tiuiU an addition on tho harn npd also built a pew silo, ft is possible that the nails might have been ?ither In the ensilage or in tiie hay." Fire In Cincinnati. Cincinnati, O.. February 2G.?F.xplod ing chemicals to-night started a spec? tacular fire, which destroyed tho seven story building and stock of tho Foy I'djnt Company at Fifth and .Sycamore Ktreots. Guests of the Dcnnison Hotel, across the street, many of thorn scant- 1 lly clad, tied, but soon returned to th? hotel, which was' not damaged The loss to tke paint company is $100. 00?;, while other concerns In the same building and nearby sustained losses ' of an equal amount. "Hnrem" Appears In Baltimore. Baltimore, Md., February 20.?A comely woman; wearing ?. "harem" skirt created a stir this afternoon on fashionable Mount Vernon JMacc, near the Washington Monument. A crowd followed the, woaror of I ho skirt and j bor escort for several blocks,'when tho couple balled a. taxlcab and were bur-, rled oway from tho shouting specta? tors Tho purchase of u "harem." skirl war, reported by one of the large .stores hero on Saturday, FIGHT FOR SEHE (Continued From First Page.) which has tor iho time made til? mi? nority tho most distinguished body .of men in tbo State." iVddreNMrrt) Minority. 'With himself dually eliminated us a eandldutc. Mr. Shepard addresses some fi'lejidJy words to tbo mlnorltv with tho hope that they ??will make their choice with a view to the serious and fur-reaching relationa which this sona ?tOrshlp bears to the Democratic party In our ?t?te and the nation." llhe denounces Tammany dominance of caucus which chose Mr. Sheebun. and declares that the Democratic party cam never succeed In tills State when it is generally believed that Tamilian v controls the nominations. Illtrkcook'ii Kntry Sreoud. Paris. February 26.?Thomas llitcii cock, .lr.*s. horse, T. Stokes, ran sec? ond In the Prix do St. Drls, at Alt tctill, to-day. OBITUARY Funeral of .Mr. Itoekceliarlie. ! Tho funeral of Attora C. Rockcchar He, who died Saturday, will take pluee , this afternoon sit :t o'clock from his residence. 20ti North Twenty-ninth Street. Interment will be made In Oakwood Cemetery. Mr. Rockcharllc j was fifty-two years old. IJcsldoB hi. \vife, he leaves four children and llvo i grandchildren. I.eivln C. Levy. [Spettial to The Tithes-Dispatch.] Rocky Mount, N, C, February 20.? A long dlottinco telephone message from l-'runkfort, Ky? received in thin city last night bore tho news of the death ol hew Is C. Levy, which occurred I at Frankfort alter an illness ot pnou monlu extending over exactly one week, although but thirty-two years I old, there were few men In this sec? tion of the State who have gained such ! prominence us Mr. Levy. Ho wan part - nor and general manager of the to? bacco firm of Braswell and Levy, of this place and Frankfort, operating largo tobacco factories. He was pres? ident of the Rocky'Mount Chamber of Commerce, and was a controlling far ! tor with tho local baseball ass'ocla i Hun, and h member ot the directors of the Eastern Carolina Lougue. lie was allied with aevornl other enterprises or the city, among them being tin grocery firm of G. G. Levy ?'i Brb., of which ho was a partner. He was a Mason, having taken the. Khrlncr dc | gree. i A sister and his mother were at tho [ bedside, having been called there on account of his extreme illness several days ago. In addition to the relations there wero several friends from this city, as well as the family physician present In Frankfort. Mr. I^ovy is sur , vlved by his parents, Mr. and Mrs Isaac Levy; one brother, Gasten G; Levy, and two sisters?Mrs. W. <'. Woodward, of Wilmington, and Mist Ray Lovy, of this city. The funeral will be held in Rich? mond on Monday. The local Tobacco Roard of Trade will send six represen? tatives from its membership, while there will bo reprefcentnlives present from the several other orgarittetIon:- ol which he was a member. In addition to a large circle of friend.-, and ac? quaintances. Mr*. t*nllli; Mor?hull Wnrfllnw b'mlth. [Special to The Tlmcs-Dlspatch.] Spart anii urif, S. C, Fcbriiary 26,? Mrs. Salllo Marphall Ward law Kmltn, .-?eventy-thrco years old. mother of Au? gust W. Smith, one of the wealthiest "iton manufacturers of tho South, died at her xon'.i residence here to? day after an UlnCBfl of ten days. | Captain W. t?. F. Lee. [Special to The Times-Diapatch. I Marlinsvilto, Va? February 2<1. Captalii W. p. r. Lee, formerly ot Franklin county, but for some yean a. prominent citizen of Marlinavtlle, died a/ ills home h'eH about 1" o'clock :.itt night. He was In Iiis seventy? first year, and h id been in had health for j several months Citptain Led was a , Confederate soldier, nerving through the war, in winch ho wa s wounded. He was a member of Stuart II airs ton I Camp, Confederate Veterans, of Mar l Ifnsville, and was also a Master Mason, being a. member of Piedmont Lodge of Mnrtinsyllle und Snow Creek Lodge. Franklin county. The funeral wili take place here to-morrow afternoon, and will be conducted with Masonic DEATHS LEVY?Hied. In Frankfort, Ky.i Feb? ruary 20. at 12:15 A M., LEWIS C LEVY, son of Mr. and Mrs Isaac Lovy, ot" Rocky Mount, N. C? aged thlrty-fivo yoargj / Funeral from the mortuary chapel, Hebrew Cemetery, THIS (Monday) AFTERNOON at 3:30 o'clock. GENTRY?Died, at Tacoma. Wash. February 101'. CHARLES CON RAD GENTRY; son of Mri. Man Conrad Gentry. WOOD?bled, at the residence of his sister. Mrs. Snllio M. Grubbs, of u t'h oVjtir county., February 25, 1911, JOHN As WOOD, a well-known carpenter of Richmond, aged seventy-two years. Ho was born November 25. Ifc'JS. In New Kent county. He was the bus ban.1 of the late Willie Ann Alley, of Richmond. Ya. He leaves two sisters and two brothers to mourn their loss. Tho funeral will take place at Seventh Street Christian Church on MONDAY, February 27, 1011, AT ".I o'clock P, M. Friends and acquaint - ances are cordially Invited to attend. The burial will take place In II oil y wood Cemetery._ We want to see you in our store?to show you what a splendid stock we carry?and in order to make a special induce? ment we are willing to give you the benefit of our profits on all " Popu? lar" Sheet Music, vocal and instrumental. Hence our standard price of 10 cents a copy. Not a "Sale," but a regular price Operatic and Classic Sheet Music. Also Music Books at lowest prices. No Victor Agency south of New York carries a, more complete line of V1CTR0LAS and Red Seal Record;? than the Richmond agency repre? sented l?v this house. 213 East Broad Street honors. Captain Leb is survived by Iiis wife, vvhu vvaa :i Miss Barrow, and the following children, Dr. Charles B. Bee, of Glon Ji 'in. W. Va.; AV. C. Bee, an attorney, of Fnyettevlllo, W. Va?; Mrs. Robert Yotingcrj of. Lynchburg; Mrs. Callie Turner, of RbanokO; Pr". lt. B. Leo and Mi. a Susi?- LoC, of Mar llnsvillc. Mrs, \V, Kunow. I Special to The Tlmos-Dlspalch.] GordonKvillo. Va., February -0.?Mr*. \V. ,T- Hallow died ai lier home, one mile southeast >>? Gordonsvlllo, Iii Louisa county, Saturday afternoon about 2 o'clock. 8h? is survived by her husband, two sorts, .lohn Marlow, ..f Birmingham, Ala., and Frank Har l-.-.v, of Lexington, By., and four daugh? ters, Mr:-, .lui. Smith of ('hew Chase; Mrs, -J. \V. Atkins ami Misses Bvio and Virgie Ilaflbw, of near town. Mr*. Mninte Dnnlrl. ISpeela' to The Tltoes-D'Hpatch.l Henderson, N. C, February 26.?Mrs. Mamie Daniel, wife of Albert Daniel, after o protracted Illness <*f typhoid fever, tiled to-iday .'t 12:30 o'clock", aged forty-four years. She Is survived by '.- r husband, two sons and two daugh? ter's. FUriorhl servlees will be con - ducted . t the M. K. Church tvj-morrow. Mr*. M. Luilicr McClcc. [Special to The Tl rites - Dispatch. J Frodericksburg, Va., February iO - Mi--. M. Luther Mcftec died last night tit her home near Ghnricellorsvlllc, In Spotsylvania county, utter a brief Ill? ness of pneumonia, aged fifty years. She ks survived by her. husband and nine children. <!Loo 2.ate for OassitirnhnrB 1 J ?.-''t' :-l.'.N 5'A v ?F"ri;i:.VtIoN."'"'Ni-:A R Harrison Strdbl and Grove Avenue, holy's black silk DoaJ Reward if returned lb 13IU Grove Avenue, or phone Midi, on :; l ^. f ? - A_ For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bignaturo of EALTH for you On Solid Foundation Results Guaranteed Ask Your #r Druggist IW| About ftVA* Special Suit and Fur Values AT Baylor-Yarborough Co.'s, 20-7 liast Broa I Street PIANO TUNING Bepalrlrig. Voicing and General Overhauling Bet us estimate for you. I'tiona Madison .6506. CRAFTS Fifth and Grace SU-eets. the best Stermffifflffl$PM tWR. gy every rr^v^XBii^^m W&S u JSSBSSSSStSSm SBBbBBS in-tr?BBSS 5 BB5S5?*f*s*isa*3aK? 7? -S3 COMPUTATIONS SHOWING ACCUMULATIONS OF MONTHLY SAVINGS DEPOSITS ' i Of One to Twenty Dollars in One to Five Years, When Interest is Compounded S e mi - a n miall y at 3 Per Cent. Per Annum. Monthly Deposit. I Year. 2 Yearn. 3 Years. 4 Years. q Years $ 1.00.$12.19 S 24.75 $ 37.67 $ 51.00 $ 64.72 2.00 24 39 49.50 75.37 102.03 129.49 3.00'. 36.58 74.25 113.OS 153.06 194.26 4.00 _ 48.78 99.01 150.79 201.11 259.06 5.00. 60.97 123.78 188.47 255.13 323.81 6.00"..... 73.17 148.54 226.20 306.19 388.62 7.00 _ 85.36 173.29 263.91) ( 357.22 453.37 8.00 . 97.56 198.06 301.60 408.26 M8.15 9.00_' 109.75 222.81 339.28 459:28 582.91 10.00.121.95 247.57 376.99 510.33 647.70 J1.00.134.14 272.33 414.70 561.37 712.47 12.00 146.3-1 297.10 452.43 612.43 777.28 13.00 . 158.53 321.85 490.11 663.47 . 842.06 14.00 ..... 170.73 346.62 527.82 714.49 906.81 35.00.182.92 371.37 565.51 765.52 971.57 16.00. 195.12 396.13 603.22 816.58 1,036.38 17 00 ..207.31 420.90 640.93 867.61 1,101.14 18.00 219.51 445.65 678.62- 918.64 1,165.91 19.00 ... 231.70 470.41 716.33 969.70 1,230.70 20.00 . 243.91 495.18 754.05 1,020.75 1,295.50 It lias been our pleasant fortune to assist many ?long the road to pros? perity. Cut out this table of figures above and let it serve as a reminder to lay aside a portion of your earnings regularly. , One dollar will start art account here, by mail or in person. Write for booklet, "Banking by Mail." Savings Department, Twelfth and Main Sts., Richmond, ,Va. Capital, $300,000.00. Surplus and Profits, 31,300,000.00.