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Eugene V. Debs Thinks She Is
Preparing to Take Philippines. FORESEES COMING UTOPIA Socialist: Stirs Class Feeling in Big Audience at Audi? torium. Like the immortal Patrick Henry and his compatriots, who were In tha minority, will the Socialists, to-day overpowered by the majority, conio in? to their own; they will suppress the capitalists, revolutionize the organized religion, do away with the disease of poverty and come into Utopia. This wajS the rosy word-picture paJnted last nlg*n by Eugene V. Debs. thi<ee presi? dential candidate on the Socialist ticket, who spoke in the City Audi? torium to the largest Socialist meet? ing ever held in Richmond. More than 1.200 men and a lew women heard him, Rnd heralded him as the Sage of Mil? waukee?the only city in the United State?, according to the orator, free from corruption. The meeting was enthusiastic to the highest degree. Approval was mani? fested by cheers, stamping of feet, and handclappinc. The speaker was fre? quently interrupted by outbursts of applause. linn Manoeuvre Theory. Debs characterized President Taft a? the messenger of J. Plerpont Morgan and the playmate of John D. Rocke? feller. '"He sent coir troops to the Mexican border for 'manoeuvres.' " be rleclared, "because Morgan owns $10. r"">0.00r< worth or" Interests there." He sneered at the Supreme Court of the United States, and laughed be -auso he would not be a candidate fot the United States Senate when urged >'o do so. "I would be in pretty com- j piny in the Senate." was his sarcastic remark at this point. "Capital," the leader of the Social- I lists said, "13 keeping the working ! men?you?In ignorance. From the political platform you are called in? telligent. I stand before you and tell you that you are ignorant, and I do that that you may become intelligent. What Republican or Democrat do you I know r.f would stand before you and j lell you that you are ignorant?" Tnlks of Clause?. "The ruling classes have always been ' the few and the subject classes tho many. becatiFe the subject classe.- have b?-cn kept in ignorance. The masses are still in darkness and the victims of tradition. They do not assert them? selves, for if they did the shAckler svouid fall from their limbs and Hier? tvould be a new order of things. "You, my fellow workmen, arc In the overwhelming majority. if you will >nly use your heads instead of your lands, you will no longer be called mill ?.ands, mine hands, shop hands and >ther kinds of hands. j "Rockefeller makes more in five min- | utes than you do in live years. You , mail* the automobile, and be rides in , It?except on election day. If you need him, keep on voting the Demo? cratic and Republican tickets. "Socialism will put all of the graft? er? out of business. Milwaukee 1." governed by the working people, and i it is the only city in the United State.? i free from corruption. The first thine the Socialists did when they came into power was to clean out the dives, tho grog shops, the red light district?thr places where the Democrats and Re? publicans used to have their hctidquar j tiers. "The poverty of to-day is a rebuke to our civilization. People who call themselves Christians go to churches The physician who recommends, the patient -who uses and tht chemist who analyzes r!i have established it as pre-eminently the best in purity, in perfection and in results. No other preparation has stood such severe tests, such world-wide imitation and met with such popu. lar and professional endorsement. To the babe, the child and the adult it gives pure blood, strength, solid flesh and vitality. ALL DRUGGISTS Geo.McD. Blake & Co. ?Inc. 00 Broad Street FANCY GROCERIES The new high-class up? town store. Asparagus Tips cans, enough to serve four persons 15c. Our Special Blend Coffee, 30c Very Old Peach Brandy. Our Private Stock Pure Rye Whiskey, for medicinal use, full quarts, 90c. GEO. McD. BLAKE & Co., Inc., 00 Broad Street Phone Monroe No. CIV. Don't Take Chances with your crtSsjug appropriation, fifcure 'he st'v I <? ? of an agency who has made a success for others. Advice and plans f?ee. . Freeman Advertising Agency, Mutual ttuHdln*;* Hlcbmoud, - Virginia, "Berry's for Clothes' 23 li; The sign of the well dressed man is the shoe. Good Shoes are the founda? tion oT a good appearance. Our shoes are stepping stones to success. Our Spring models will put spring into your step. Light weight high shoes and the new low ties waiting here for your leet. The Hanan? The Berry? There are no better?and no | EQUAL at their prices?$3.50 to $6.50. i oa^sr ?^*wru.? MS w hich are located within o stone's J throw of communities where there are: starving; children, sick mothers, dying i babies and all forms of distress. Those j same people go to thill? homes and en- , Joy, actually enjoy, a hearty meal, knowing full well of the hungry mouths which can be found In prob? ably less than two blocks. That is re? ligion. Predicts M ar With Japan. -The Socialists arc doing all they can to hasten the day when the world will be free from many curses. Among : thesj is war. I am not an alarmist, | bi^t I ant to fay right here that Japan j ady as fast as she can to, the Is getting ready its take the Philippines. Hawaii and Guam. She is building great ship? yards and hurrying the day when hun? dreds of thousands of our young men will have to go to be slaughtered. "There will be talk of patriotism, j Old Glory, but It Is murder. I would J not 1:111 a man to save my life. I j would not go to war. 'If that be treason,' In the words of Patrick Henry, 'then make the most of it.' "And the women?they have a right to say under what conditions they will I work in this industrial age. Do you suppose that the girls in the shirtwaist | factory in New York would have voted for city officers who would not require owners to equip their shops with ade? quate tire c-scupes? "Capital is increasing, :..id Socialism Is organizing. Jt is only a question of time when the working man will gov? ern the country." _(Continued From First Page.) according to a courier from Berthold to General Leyva here. Berthold claimed he killed four Federals. Will Xot Participate. New Orleans, La., March 27.?That no member of the Mudero family would participate as a candidate tor ofllce in the election which they expect will follow the termination of tin revolu? tion In Mexico, was the substance of p. statement made by Francisco Madero, father of the rebel chieftain. who passed through this city to-day en route to Sun Antonio with his son Gustavo Madero. "We arc working for peace now and will try to conciliate the warring factions," continued Madero. "It Isn't so much an election, but a change ol policy that we will light for to tint end. We are lighting for principles and not for political rewards.'' RECRIjiT BATTALIOrJ First Iteghneut Association Will Work for Xew Members. Plans were perfected last night at a special meeting of members of the First Regiment Association whereby they will begin an active campaign to secure recruits for the four companies of the local battalion of the First Regiment. Virginia Volunteers, In or? der to bring tho commands up to their war strong Hi. The former members of this militia organization displayed a deep Interest in their former companies, and aro anxious to aid in the light for recruits. The matter was discussed at length last night, and unusual enthusiasm was manifested. It was decided to begin an active canvass for new members of the State guard next week. Snt'ocKsihi Services. Dr. .lohn R. Straton preached night at tho First Baptist Church, will hold services again to-night o'clock tho audience last night UUUSiUally large, and there were Professions of religion. last and at S HARD DISCUSSION llrlchff Hurled, but Fortunately Struck Combatnuts' Heads. Mary Francis Austin and Dticy Dean, both colored, engaged in an argument U.-i night, and, reaily. don't you know they were very emphatic about it. Tin: point at Issue" was lost in the discus? sion, for the arguments were in the form (>i brickbats, most of which were very well aimed and found thelt mark. Ducy got out at. the email end. fot her mouth was so firmly closed by a brick that she could vociferate na longer. After being a r routed on a charge of disorderly conduct, she waa arrested on a warrant charging that ehe brick oat ted Mary Francis almost to death, with evil inter.* and against the peace and dignity of the Common? wealth, and the Commonwealth was sorely Injured. Mary Francis suffered a mashed finger, which didn't Inter? fere with her throwing or her aim. When Bicycie Po.Ucemau Napier de? scended on the two here was a crowd In the street, for evin !y in thfl neighborhood was : t* *ed In the outcome of the ob ml being- pl?c reported t hat th. gaged, but only \ f cht were arrested v Haoli was balled; t tioned hot to renew nany bets ?ds it was l's eU Fran itlu a cau ? ;...cnt. WRIT OF TRROR Supreme Court Will Ui-xie-x .ninth Rich? mond Case, I The Supremo Court ? Vppeala of Virginia [ ve?t*r<iay granted p. vyr|t of error on, the j petition of tlu- Southern Ftallway Company ; front .1 judgment <u' the Corporation Court of South Richmond awarding 14.009 to J. T. Chlldrey for personal Injuries Chlldrey-wa* employed as- a t>rak?>rn3:i l>v tho railway company. Cm February 1, VS.<: he. - was at >vorl; at the Ccail I Ine Riding 1. ar 13*11? ls'.<-. lie applied a brake on a box ear. and. tt 1? claimed, iva* thrown from ihe car when ft he brake suddenly rovers<d. j Chlldre.y was run over, BufterlriK th<9 los? I of olio arm and other Injurie?, lie ebark?d that the. brake was defective, nml that bis Injury resulted from t!;.?t o ?fm i. Attorneys for tb* railway compan> aasen thot It wan a rnattcr of practical Impossibility fur blm to have been Injured as described. CYCLONIC ST?R HKS DISASTER (Continued From First Page ) KcnsinGton. several factories wer?.- oc stroyed, while numerous buildings lost iiietr roofs, and St. Michaol's Church Its cupola in the fashionable section of Ger'mautpwn. Telegraph and telephone communication was also destroyed, but up to a bite hour no lives had been reported lost In thiB section. !l'*V? Killed; Twenty Hurt. Monrooviilc, Ala.. March 27.?Two men were killed and twenty persons were injured by a tornado which swept through this part of the State yoster day evening. At .Tones Mill, Stephen Byrd and Alexander McCroy. farmers were killed and fifteen persons, raort or less, seriously hurt. Several build? ings were blown down and a numht-t of persons injured at F.xeel. At Man istee. Ala.. Dr. E. M. Harper and Ml so Alice Lambert were badly hurt. Tombstones Diown Awny. Washington. Pa.. March 27.?A bliz- i sard swept Washington county to-duv i and to-night and the thermometet j dropped 30 degrees In eight hours. Six? ty oil derricks at McDonald were lev- I fled, causing a loss of $25.000. Oil] Operators announce that the wrecked structures will be replaced with s,teol ones. At Waynesburg. tombstones "ere picked up by the wind- and car? ried from a cemetery Into a road 1?0 feet away. ? ? station Demolished. New York. March 27.?Pennsylvania' Hall road ofilclals here reported to? night that the storm which broke over; Philadelphia and had demolished thu station at Tally town, Pa., sixty-four miles from New York. The extent 6' the damage there could not be learn? ed, but it was reported that a man had been killed and that freight cars had been lifted from the tracks. The railroad declined to accept pas. sengers for Philadelphia on the ex? press leaving here at S:04 o'clock to? night. Through trains for the West, ofilclals said, were being operated over cut-offs. The tail end of the storm whisked upper Manhattan with spectacular elec? trical effects and a downpour of hail. Killed by rolling. Wires. PUtsburg, Pa.. March 27.?A wind storm throughout Northeastern Ohio, ,t portion of West Virginia and West? ern Pennsylvania late to-day caused at least one fatality, injured a num? ber of persons, and resulted in heavy financial loss. At Girard, C. an un? known man was killed by falling wires. Virginians "t the Hotel!). Murphv's?C. A. Gregory. Clover: FT. A. and G. Ransone. F.Ik Hill: T. O. Sandy. Burke'vtlle: .r. F. Qlckensdn. VtRYDAY YYe will keep your piano in good condition for a period of one year at a nominal cost. OUR ANNUAL TUNING CONTRACT does not merely mean that the instrument will be tuned several times during the year; but, in ad? dition to this, that the action will be carefully gone over and regu? lated, which is quite as important for results obtained as the tuning. Phone Mad. 2734. 213 East Broad, EVERYTHING MUSICAL Virginia: F. N. McCluro, Wise: K. M. Fulton, Wise: Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Grubbs. Bhackloford; H. G. Mans nan, Cape Charles; George 12. Payne. Cape Charles: Dr. William E. Anderson. Farmville; E. II. Ould. Norton: II. M. Handy. Norton; K. D. Davis, Norfolk: T. M. Saunde'rs, Norfolk: E J. Harri? son, Car.tersvllic. Richmond?St. George R. Fitzhugh. Fredericksburg; R. Li. Claiborne. Black etone. Lexington?E. E. Crook, Arvonia; Milton P. Bonnlfant. Powhatan: J. A. ?'ottsi, Barhamsville: F. C. Steuart. Flarhamsville: E. C. Stehbridge, Lynch Surjr: Miss Alico Now. Lynchburg: M. Li Rose, Stony Creek; H. N. Woodward. Powhatan: S. S. Hnmakcr. Lee: W. W. F?rley; Lec; W. T# Carter. Danville. Suit Against Scott Farrbdi. Suit was Instituted yesterday in the Cityt Circuit Court by James E. Anderson against < J, Scott Parrish and Edith W. P&rrlsh for. damages laid Ht $10.000. Mr. Anderson la i represented by L. O. Wendenburf?. No dec? laration has been filed. News of South Richmond South Richmond Bureau. The Tlnto^ Dispatch, lo.o "lull Street, ' plume. Madleon 175. On behalf of the former owner, Charles Wallace, the cap which Judge William I. i.'lopton wore through the War Between the states was presented yesterday morning to the Board Supervisors of Chesterfield county l>y Hen P. Owen. In Hie speech of presentation, Mr. Owen touched lovingly upon the memory of the late Judge, who was for so long identified with the county of Chesterfield and so closely allied to Its people. Ill receiving the battle-worn cap, Judge J. M. Gregory, Commonwealth's attorney, stated that_lt would be preserved as a relic of the greatest value by the county, and would be Inclosed in a suij* ole glass case and hung under the picture of Judge Clop ton which decorates the wall of the Ches? terfield county courthouse. Judge Clopton who fought on the side of the Confederacy through the struggle of the sixties, was Judge of the County Court and then of the Manchester Hustings Court. He died about two years ago. County to Improve Roads. The discussion of the betterment of the roads In Chesterfield county played a prom? inent Agure In the regular monthly meeting of the Board of Supervisors of CliestertlelJ county yesterday at the county courthouse, and from the general tono of the discussion It Is evident that the board Is determined to put Chesterfield high up on the list of pood mads counties before the year Is over. A committee was appointed to look into the advisability of wldenjng the road through Ettrlck, and will report at the next meeting. Several other specific Instances of good roads work were discusbed and recom? mended, and it Is probable that decided steps toward the betterment of the county roads will be taken at the April meeting of the board In addition to this special work, the reg ular rountlne business was handled by th? board and bills and county accounts ap? proved. Beautify ro*t"ONlce Oronnrts, With the view of improving the appear ance of the grounds around the beautiful new post-oftloo In South Richmond, as wel^ as protecting the lawn from dogs, ehlukehi and other animals, Postmaster Thoinar Smith has obtained authorization to luclps? the post-office lot with a California privet hedge, and there are prospects of still fur? ther Improvement hi the government grounds. To Install Piro Alarm. In view of the fact that the city elec? trical department Is laying plans for the speedy Installation of n complete box fire alarm system for the Seuthslde, which is to be a part and parcel of the rest of the city system, all manufacturers who desire private boxes in their factories are expected to enter their application Immediately. William H; Thompson. Superintendent of Fire Alarm and Police Telegraph, stated that the private service will be free of cost to the manufacturers after the installation of the system. At the same time plans are being per? fected for the Installation of a police tele So Naturally and Easily/* Such ft ctatement,' coming from the cashier of a bank, shows what confidence responsible people have I in these pills. Mr. A. L. Wilson after trying them wrote: "I have used Dr. MileB' Nerv? and Liver Pills and also your Anti-Pain Pills, on myself, with good results. The Liver Pills act so naturally and so easily that I scarcely know that I have taken a pill. Frequently being troubled with headache I take an Ant 1-Pain Fill and get Immediate relief in every case." A. L. Wilson, Sparta, III. Mr. Wilson was for a number of years cashier of the Flroft National Bank of Sparta? Dr. Miles' Nerve and Liver Pills are different from others. Many kinds of liver pills arc "impossible" j after one trial on account of their harshness. Dr. Miles' Nerve and Liver Pills do not act by sheer force but in an easy, natural way, with? out griping or undue irritation. They r:e not habit forming. If the tfr-Jt bottb falls to benefit, your flruQfjlst will return the price. Ack hFm. MILES MEDJCAU CO., Etfthart, Ind. graph box system In Washington Ward, i which is to he a part of the Richmond box system, but this will not be accomplished as soon as the fire alarm system. Both will j bo exceedingly costly to the city, a low esti? mate of $3",000 "for the two systems having been made. Und Large Audience. Dr. McElroy's eloquent sermon last night In the Porter Street Presbyterian Cliurcn en the subject "From ;-aul to Paul," drew a large, appreciative audience. The noted evan? gelist will preach to-night at 7:15 on tho iubject. "Tho Family?A Solidarity for Heaven." Special music Is being furnished by the choir ovary night at three revival services. The public is invited to attend. Sell Delinquent Property. All property upon which the owners have nor paid the 1910 ta.xea will be put up at auction the first Monday in May. Tax Col? lector Robinson staled yesterday, and tho names of the delinquent property owners will be published on April ;5. May Trap Blind Tigers. It is believed by tho police that the two jugs of whiskey confiscated by Officer Tins lay Saturday night from a fleeing negro was Intended as tho Sunday supply for some j blind tiger, and every effort will be made to | hunt the unlawful refieshment counter down! and put It out of business. The pollco have long had suspicions that Kome such illegal business was being con? ducted by negroes on Sundays in the South tide, but this is the only-actual discovery of recent months. Officer Tlnsley became suspicious of the negro when he first saw hlni. and was soon convinced that something was wrong when the suspected man toos to flight at sight of the patrolman. Tlnsley gave chase, but fear lent wings to the negro, and while his jugs were dropped In his flight and confis? cated, ho himself outdistanced all efforts mado by the officer to overhaul hint. In the South Richmond Court?. One lone, solitary and very penitent sin? ner confronted Justice Maurice yesterday morning In Police Covrt, Part 2. "Kliher this is a happy dream," said the Justice, peering toward "the bunpen," from which st- many sinners are wont to eruergo Monday mornings, "or the millenium Is ap? proaching. Only one drunk Saturday nightt" Jeremiah Byrd. the bibulous negro who threatened to kill Thomas Meeklns with an axe and bury him In the cellar" Saturday evening, was third $5 and coats. In default of payment he went to jail. Patslo Brown (colored) was taken up yes? terday afternoon on the charge of stealing ' a ham. .she will be tried thin morning be? fore .Justice Maurice. A warrant has been Issued by "Squire Chcatham for the arrest of Joseph Mathows, charged with beating and threatening his wife, Mrsi Emily Mathcwa. He will be tries Friday morning at the regular session of the Oo'r. Grove court. A large number of additional warrants Rgatnnt the Standard Oil Company, the | Richmond Oil Company and the National | OM Company, charging them with peddling j oil in Chesterfield county without a license. I will be served on the three managers of these companies this morning by a county j of fleer. When seen yesterday afternoon Constable ' Jcrrell, who Is working tip the peddling cases, stated that he did not know the ex? act number of the counts to be brought against th'O oil people, but It Is understood that there is a total of about fifty or sixty warrants, which will lay the defendants open to enormous fines. Judge Wells, in tho Hustings Court, Part 2, will hear tills morning assumpslt pro? ceedings on the part of the Ohio Steam Laundry Company ugalnst the Allen & Hutchinson Company. Judge. Wells will occupy Judge Ingrain's bench on Frldya. Personal and General. The funeral of Mrs. Sarah E. Moore, who died Sunday morning at the homo of her son. Robert L: Moore, of 31fi East Fifth Street, will he conducted tjils morning at }?< o'clock from the Stockton Street Baptist Church. The Interment will be mado in Maury Cemetery. Mrs. Moore, who had been ill some ilmo before her death, was sixty yearv old. A sliver tea will he given in tho homo of Mrs. L. T. Jone? at Stop 1 on tho Peters? burg car lino to-night for the benefit of th'o Stockton Street Baptist Church, The Show Peak Sisters will be entertained on the evening of April 7 in the klnder gartcn roorha of the Powhatan School on Bainbridgo Street by the Child Study Club of that ?chool, Thei, v. I!; he pantomime, social to-night fit the parsonage of "tho Aabnry Methodist Church for the benefit of the parsonage fund. According to the established custom, tho fiftieth birthday of the Rev. R. H. Wlnfree. of Midlothian, wan celebrated Sunday by a gathering of the minister's brothers nnd sinters and their children. Prom the South side. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Broaddus and Mr. and Mrs. I). B. Wlnfree were present for 1 the day with lhelr brother. The regular weekly meeting of Progressive Council, Daughters of Liberty, was held last night in Certley'fl Hall, corner of Hull and Clopton Streets, Swansboro. Stuart T.odae. Independent Order of Odd Foll?ws, will meet to-night at 8 o'clock In ihe Odd-FeHuws1 Hal), corner of Eighth nnd Hull Streets. The rfrular weekly meeting of Lilly Coun? cil. Daughters of Liberty, will be. held to r.'ght at s o'clock In Fraternity Hall, corner of Eleventh and Hull .Streets._ TO <T ill. A COI.? IN ONE PAY Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine Tablets. Druggists refund money If It falls to cure. E. W. GROVE'S signature Is on box, Liberal Response to Call for Help Realizing that the people of Rich? mond ami of Virginia, vrltb xunny demands) on them, have responded liberally to the call for help for the '!,Brrl(?t inllHonK of Northern Chlnn, "ine 'I'irn?-n-D'tnixitfh trill nftrr 1o ?Jnr dlMeoutinuc I?k campaign for futid?. Tue cfTtn-l? <xf thla> now? pnper, in a ?bort thongb blglilr ?ueeemXul cmmpnlcn, have met min ready reiponw. Each tlollur given ha? rawd n human life. rferenfirr contribution* for thl? fund niBr he sent to Her. It. .1. Wll lingham, 1>. r?, coi-reapondinar nee retary of the Farelgn Mi?"Ion Baunl of the Southern Uapfiat Convention, Richmond. Thr folio wine letter ban been received from I>r. WH linghnm, vrbo ban done mo much hlrunelf for Chinas "Richmond, Vn., March 25. 1011. '?Timea-Dlnpntcb Co., City? "Gentlemen,?Your favor received, with IneloHed check for ?1,000 for the famine ?uuerern lu China. I have turned the name over to our treasurer. W. H. Grvnthmey, who win Mend tlie amount forward by cable. "I eertninly nppreelntc the eor dlnl, sympathetic way In whlvh you are putting the need* of tltenc poor, Miil'iTlim mlllloiiN before your rend oth and your klndneni? In nntlu'rinu' fuudN for their relief. "Your* truly. (ISigned> "R. .1. WIM.IXGH AM." The following contributions were received ycatcrdny: Mabel CoteHWOrth. -'boo Mm. C. .J. Swonn. '?00 r. if. Scott. l?" J. If. Matey. i n'* Cash . R. S. '-nn .1. t'. Moore, PeterMhurg, Vn. 1.00 Little Alice Whltely Jone?, Siiitthflelil. Va . 1-00 M. E. 11. LOO It. II. Hartley. Stony CrccM, Va. 3.80 Mm. R. II. Hartley, Stony Creek, Va. 4.00 Mh?* C. A. Freeman, Stony Creek. Va. -",0 Mrs. Kate Wyntt bee. 2.00 Fannie T. Somcrvillc, Mitch? ell'? Va. 1G-00 P. W. I.errlB, Miller? Tav? ern. Va. 1-00 M. L. Lewis, Miller? Tnv ern. Va. 100 Min? Iloberta It. neverlcy, Chanee, Va. 2 00 H. n. Moore, BaBkervlllc, Va. 2.00 MI*n M. V. Pretlow, Mis? sion Home, Va. 3.00 M. E. "Wood. 2.00 MlM Ethel Daria, Hunlorn, Va. 1.00 J. C. Parater. -LOO A Wldorr . 1.00 Os; W. Washington, t?nk GroTP. Vn. 2.00 ?T. .1. ItobertMon, Cumber? land, Va. 2.00 H. W. Goodwyu. 25.0?) R. "VV. Plummer, Waverly, Vn. 2.00 Friend . i.oo II. C. Glover, Muutco, Vn.. 2.00 Mr?. H. A. Richardson. Wtl HumNburg, Vn. 2.00 Mr*, G. P. Tarry, Wood worth, A*. C. T..00 n. D. c. :t.on Friend. I.OO Cunli . t.OO J. Taylor Elljuon Crump... I.OO H. IT. G. 2.00 M. B. It., Fort DeOaiice, Vn. 2.00 Mr*). 31. Powlkeji, Durke vIHe, Vn. 2.00 S. n. Wbltebead, Lovlng Mon, Va. 2.."i0 David A? em. Roan ok e, Vn. . i.uo Florence Bifiooe. Mine Hun, Va. 1.00 Mary Blscoe, Mine Run. Va. 1.00 Yesterday's totui.3 i l i.r.o Previously acknowledged, 1,1.'IS.OS Total to date.91,252.AS DEMOCRATS WILL GATHER College Men's League Pinns to Cele? brate Jefferson's lllrthdny. Washington. March 27.?A general invitation to Democratic organizations of nearby States has been extended by the College Men's Democratic League to attend a meeting here to celebrate Jefferson's birthday on April HI. Speak? er-Elect Champ Clark, of tho House of j Representatives; Dr. Thomas Nelson-j Page, and Warren Jefferson Davis, president of the organization, under whose auspices the meeting will be held, will deliver addresses. OBITUARY II. St. Johu Coalter. The funeral or H. St. John Coalter, who ' dried Sunday morning at bis home, "Marengo," New Kent county, will take place this morning at 10 o'clock at the grave in Hollywood Cemetery. Services will bo conducted by Rev. George W. McDaniel. pastor of the First Baptist Church. The body will arrive here this morning at f?::',0 o'clock over the Southern Railway and will be met at the station by pall bearers and friends. Pall-bearers will be as follows: Wil? liam Mann, George K. Wise, Colones H. O. .lame;?, Roger Taylor Gregory. L U. Wenden burg, Colonel Joseph Button Bdward S. Rose and Mr. Wingfleld. Funeral of Sirs. Lorraine. The funeral of Mrs. Maud Lorraine, ivife of Captain Beauregard Lorraine, wlio died early yesterday morning tri her home, 1-109 Hanover Street, will take place to-day at noon from the residence. Services will ? be conducted by Rev. J. Y. Downman, rector of All Saints' Episcopal Church. Interment will be made in Riverview Cemetery Mrs. Lorraine had been ill from pneu? monia little more than a week. She leaves two children, Misbes Helen and Virginia Lorraine; two brothers. John and Madison Lorraine, and one sister, Mrs. William Hazard, of St, Louis. Mo ' At tho request of the regent. Com? monwealth Chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution has been called to muet at the house at noon to-day to attend the funeral services. Mrs. Mnry Sensency. Frederickaburg. Va.. March 27.?Mrs. Mary Senseney, aged sixty-nine year, was found dead ln her bed a few morn? ings ago at the homo of her daughter. Mrs. F. Hanover, ln Prince William uounty, where she was staying. G cor go W. Green. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.1 Frederlcksburg, Va., March 27.? mmmm The Hind you Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over 30 years, lias borne the signature of and has been made under his per? J^7" ?onal supervision since its infancy. f'CCcc^U/ti Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and *? Just-as-good" are bub Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children?Experience against Experiment* is Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare? goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains noither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishncss. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and ISowcls, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea?The Mother's Friend. ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The EM You Have Always Bought 8n Use For Over 30 Years. TM* CENTAUR COMFAHr, TT MURRAY STRCCT, IVSW VOKK Cm, George W. Green, formerly a member of the Legislature from the district composed of Madison and Greene coun? ties, died a few days ago at his homo In the latter county, aged seventy years. lie is survived by a family. Hurry Waring. (Special to The Tlmes-Plspatch.1 FredcrlcUaburaf, \'a., March 27. Harry Waring", son of Captain P. C. Waring, of Etsex county, who had been a traveling salesman for the American Tobacco Compotiy, was taken Hick with typhoid-pneumonia a short time ago in Little Rock. Ark, and died at that place a few days ago. He was thirty five years of age. I'uni'rnl of TliOfti. II. Cooper. [Special to The Times-Dispatch. 1 Salem. Va.; March 27,?The tuner..1 services of the into Thomas Henry Cooper were held this afternoon at 1 ?30 o'clock from the Methodist Church, being conducted by his pa* tor. P.ev. W. H. Wolfe, assisted by Rev. .1. A. An? derson and Rev. Mr. Cobbs, of Bram wcll. W. Va. The services were lnl charge of the Masons. The body Was placed in h temporarv vault in Past Hill, later to be" placed in ,i handsome one to be erected. IJentliM nt Wnrnow. [Special to The Times-Dlspntch I Warsaw, Va.. March 27.?Jos. Marsh, aged seventy/five years, a prosperous farmer of Mlskimon. died suddenly last night. Ben Gill, aged forty-six. of Rehoboth Church, died Saturday night of pneu? monia. Mr. Gill's large barri burned Saturday morning, and It was thought that the shock hastened his death. Mrs. Sntlle V. Hobcuon. [Special to The Tlmes-Dlsputch.1 Payettevillc, X. C. March 27.?Mr?. Sallie Fuller Robeson, wife of Captain W. A. Robeson. of this city, and well known musician and musical ^instruc? tor, died at her homo here to-day as the. result of paralysis, will? which she was suddenly attacked on Saturday afternoon She was the daughter Of DEATHS SAMUELS?Entered Into rest, at his home. No. 2221) West Grace Street, on* Sunday. March 25. 1011. at 0 o'clock P. M.. BERNARD SAMUELS. Funeral from the residence TO? DAY at 3 o'clock. Friends of tho family invited to attend. SHURM?Died, at his residence, on the Williamshurg Road, Last Richmond, at 12:30 this morning. JOHN II. SHURM. seventy-five years old. Funeral notice later. LORRATNE?Departed this life, Mon? day morning. March 27, 1011. at 2:30 'o'clock. MAUDE HELEN LORRAINE, wife of Beauregard Ixjrraine and daughter of the lato .lohn and Vir? ginia L. Lorraine, of Galena. 111. Funeral from her late residence 1400 Hanover Avenue, TUESDAY March 2S, at. noon. DAVJSON? Died, Sunday, March 26 1011, at 8 P. M.. ESTHER ALLEN daughter of Dr. and Mrs. D. Allen Da vis on. Funeral from tho residonce, Gintep Park. TUESDAY, March 2S. at 11 A. M. i VAUGITAN?Died. Monday. March 2fi. 11 A. M., EARNEST C. VA UGH AN aged twenty-four years. Funeral will bo held WEDNES? DAY March 28, at Providence M. E. Church, King and Queen county. Va. WALTON?Died, at his residence. ISO South Cherry Street. Sunday, March 2G, W. 10. WALTON, aged fifty-one years. He leaves a wife and six children, mother and father, two brothers E. J. Walton and O. G. Funeral from Laurel Street Metho? dist Church TUESDAY AFTERNOON at 3:30 o'clock. Interment in Holly? wood. Friends and acquaintances in? vited to attend. the lato Elijah Fuller and his wife. Mary Ann McKay, und is survived by her husband; three daughters and three sons, these helny Misses Mary Kuller Rohes?n, Eliza Hill Robe:<on nnrl Sallio Fuller Robcson, and Wil? liam M. Robcson; of Jacksonville. Fla.: flames Robcson, of Sebastian. Fla., and Ivor Robcion. of Blakeiey. Ha. Lemuel H. Bohrer. ISpcrlal to ThO Tlmc.u.-Hi!jpatoh,J Winchester, Va? March -7.?Lemuel H. Rohrcr, member of a pioneer Fred? erick county family, died Sunday at Stalin ton, aged titty-nine year?. The remains arrived hern to-day for burial, lie leaves a widow, two foh1. one. daughter, two sisters and one brother. Will Dc Burled To-l>ny. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.] Lynchburg, Va., March 27.?The b?dv of Mrs. R, T. WatU". who died last i week in San Francisco, will reach ! Lynchhurg Tuesdav at 3 !?:r.o o'clock I over the Chesapeake and Ohio Rail Way. The body will bo taken to the i residence of the family, from whence : the funeral will take place at -t::iO ; o'clock. The interment will be a tem j porary one at the Spring Hill Genie ttery vault. 7 Heath of n Child. (Special to The. TimCSrDl<t&?t c h. 1 i Lynchburg, Va.. March 27. ? Marga : ret Wilson, the nineteenth-months-old l daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Car i ringtou. died Sunday morning at tht>lr home. The little girl's death was due to meningitis. Child Dien In Hoxpttnl. [Special to'Tho Times-Dlspati:h ! Lynchhurg. Va.. Mar,-;, 27.? Louise Dove, the ton-year-old daughter of (Mrs. Lucy Welford. of Blue Ridge, did last evening at one of the local hosnl I tabs, tier dentil bein? due to typhoid - I pneumonia. The body was snipped I this afternoon to Blue Rl [,, 1 burial. FUNERAL NOTICE BROTH EES?The funeral of MRS. K P. BROTHERS, whose death occurred Monday, the 27th. will take place TillS (Tuesday) AFTERNOON at I o'clock from Venublo Street Baptist Church. Interment will be made in (ml; wood. ?_ Very L?mv Coionlnt IUiten vin Norfolk and Western Railway To Mexico, California, Oregon. Wash? ington, British Columbia, and other States and Provinces, March 10 to April 10. 1011. For particulars, communi? cate with C. H. BOSLET, District Passenger Agent. S3S E. Main St.. Richmond. Va. "A light purse is a heavy curse" Sickness makes a light purse. The LIVER is the seat of nine tenths of all disease. go to the root of the whole mat* ter, thoroughly, quickly safely and restore the action of the LIVER to normal condition. Give tone to the system and solid flesh to the body* Take No Substitute? Dissolution of Partnership WE wish to inform "our patrons and friends that the drug business formerly con? ducted under the name of Tarrant-Grant Co., Inc., has been dissolved by mutual consent. * . The store located at the corner of Foushec and Broad Streets will hereafter be con? ducted by Mr. W. G. Tarrant as the Tarrant Drug Company. The store located at the corner of Seventh and Broad Streets will be conducted hereafter by Mr. James Henry Grant under the name of the Grant Drug Company. We wish to take this opportunity to thank our many patrons and friends for their patronage in the past and respectfully solicit a continuance of the same for the two new firms.