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TURNING BASIN Richmond Delegates Have Con? ference With Senators Mar? tin and Swanson. WANT $200,000 FOR PURPOSE Virginia Is Well Represented on Official Roster of Water? ways Congress. i (Special to TheT Imcs-Dlsputch.J Washington; December 7.?Deter? mined that Richmond shall take ad? vantage, of every possible opportunity lor waterway development while this great subject is uppermost In the minds of the people, Richmond's dele? gates to the National Klvors and liar #bors Congress to-day conferred will; Heildtors Martin and Swuuson relative lb securing an appropriation of not loan than JiOO.OOU lor the const ruction of a turning basin at Richmond, in the delegation which called on th ; Senators and discussed the matter were: George \V, Rogers, John G. Ulllcy, John R. Grimes, Claude U But Itlns, Carter C. Jones. John C. Free? man. W. A. Crenahaw and II. Good iiia'tl. The delegation told Ho- Vir? ginia Senators that something mii.it be done to give the city of Richmond ?i turuinil has In at least 600 feet long and *G0 feet wide, which would permit the largest of ships to weigh anchor und otherwise make use of this space without overcrowding. A small amount already has been appropriated for this purpose, but the delegation Stated to th< S'-natorn that not less than S200,- i 000 sh uld lie appropriated at thin ses- j sion of Congress. i Both Senators Martin rind Swanson promised (heir best efforts, und as? sured the members of the delegation thai they would co-operate with them in every possible way and would In mediately take the proper .-iepn In the matter, The dclegutlon to-day adopted a resolution protesting against the, Mrs. George Kaupp States That Parisian Sage is Best Hair Tonic "I had a bad case of dandruff. My J scalp was full of dandruff and it r.imr out thick and scaly. My hair came out | l.tadly; often I nearly cried <>n account of \ losing tnv pretty head <>f hair. I heard of PARISIAN SAGE, and only bad to use two bottle- before the hair stopped coming out, the scalp became clean and all the dandruff disappeared. The hair became >-llkv. and fine Iii? reason that I liked PARISIAN SAGE was thai it kept the hair smooth, silky and clean, with no trace- of stickiness. I believe this tonic to be the best on the market, as there has been no return | of dandruff or hair falling run whatever. I am glad to publicly endorse the use of PARISIAN" SAGE. I have often en? dorsed its use and am glad to do it." 33 IL. Hond St., Corrv, Pa. PARISIAN SAGE, the delightful hair dressing and beau titter sold by Tragic Co. and druggist-, everywhere. Guaranteed for (ailing hair, dandruff and scalp itch. Large bottle, 50 cents. BRONZE TABLET COMMEMORATING THE SITE OF LIBBY PRISON M A Nl" FACTI'II Uli BY Richmond Machine Works, Inc. , Successors to MAYO IRON WORKS. INC. Mad. 11S6. :i0t E. Main St See Our Great New Store and New Stock. Sydnor & Hundley Seventh and Grace I GYMNASIUM SHOES?All Sizes Xortbtre'st Corner Third nnd Brood. Handsome Furniture for Gifts AT Jones Bros. & Co., Inc., 1418-1420 East Main Street. FAILING VISION Very often comes from poor blood ?remark ? blo restorations have been made by? Ask Grocers, Druggists Dealers for POMPEIAN LUCCA OLIVE OIL Genuine?Pure?Healthiul NOT TALK, BUT ACTION, HAS MADE Greentree's The store it is. Broad at Seventh. Stone in Bladder Removed Without Surgical Operation Fn the spring of 190-1 I was confined to my bed with kidney trouble, and thought that I would never recover. 1 took a lot of medicine, but did not realize any benefit from anything. 1 finally saw Dr. Kil? mer's Swamp-Root advertisement and sent for a sample bottle, and thought the sample bottle helped inc. so I bought more of the medicine from my druggist, and after using a few bottles discharged a very large stone from my bladder. After passing this stone my health was very much improved, and I have been able to continue my business without any j serious sickness. J. L. KNOWLES, ! Headland, Ala. Personally appeared before nie ffiis Xlh i day of September, 1909, J. Loft us Knowles, who subscribed the above .state? ment and made oath that the same is true in substance and in fart. J. W. Will DIJON, Notary Public. Letter to ? >r. Kilmer & Co. nioChsmton, N. Y. Prove Whal Swamp-Rool Will Do For Yon Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bingham ton. N. Y., for a sample bottle. It will ; convince any one. You will also receive a booklet ?l valuable information, telling I all about the kidneys and bladder. When' writing be sure and mention the Rich- 1 iiiOnd Daily Times-Dispatch. Regular i fifty-cent and one-dollar size bottles for | bale at all drug stores. present policy of reducing congres- I slonul appropriations, and a copy of; this resolution was presented to tin Senators for their consideration. The ; delegation believes that it would be bad policy for waterway appropria? tions to be- cut. and lias edged itseir to f'ght any such move which may de- j velop hereafter. Virginia gels two directors on the I National Rivers and Harbors board? John C. Freeman, of Itlchmond. and Goodrich Gallon. of rorlsmouth. This i? something new. as heretofore Virginia has had no directors on this board. II. S. Decker, of Norfolk, was Placed on the committee of resolu? tions. George Bryan, of Richmond, on nominations, and it. A. Doble, of Nor? folk, made vice-presidents of the Vir? ginia association. l'nvor InKUe of Uouds. Washington, D. C, December 7.?An Issue of bonds by the Federal govern ? mcnt to cover tha cost of improve montot rivers and harbors was urged before the National Klvers and Har? bors Congress here to-day. If the government declines to make such an Issue, or If Congress should bo slow to appropriate money tor the Improve? ments, the- Issue of bonds -by the .States was advocated by many of the speakers. Mayor Gaynor, of New York; Gov? ernor Hadley, of Missouri; Mayor Fitzgerald, of Boston, and Roy Miller, of Corpus ChrlBtl, Tex., were among tnose who favored the bond Issue plan. Other speakers were Secretary of j the Interior Fisher. Oeneral Bixby, chief of army engineers: Senator Fletcher, of Florida; August Belmont, of New Yoik: Judge W. 1". Blund, of Kansas City; Thomas Wilkinson, of Burlington, la.; George W. Outline, former Mayor of Pittsburgh, and John Lt Vance, of Columbus, O. Mayor Gaynor favored the Issue ol bonds, but disliked the referendum method of getting It. The experience of his own State with the referendum, he said, did not held out much hope to those who demand Immediate lm provement of waterways. He added that the present high cost of living might be laid to rebates al? lowed by tne railroads, which, it is believed, will be offset by the In? telligent development of waterways to compel the reduction of Ireight charges. Representatives Ransdcll, of bou's inna, was re-elected president of the congress. Other otliccrs elected were S. A. Thompson, secretary-treasurer; John A. Fox. special director, and a vice-president for each State repre? sented in the congress. The vice-presidents for the South are: Alabama. W. K. P. Wilson. Mo? bile; Arkansas. 1. M. Wortiungton, Luke Village; Florida, S. M. Sparktnan. Tampa; Georgia, Nesbit Wingneld; Kentucky, hanuers Fowler; Dou'siana. J. T. ..lcClellan, Tnllulnh; Mississippi, K. F. Noel, Jackson; North Carolina, James H. Chadbournc, Wilmington; Oklahoma, (i. F. Bucher. Muskugee; South Carolina, Olln Sawyer, Colum? bia; Tennessee. E. C. Camp, Knoxville; Texas, W. S. Holman, Bay City; Vir? ginia. R. A. Doble, Norfolk; West Vir? ginia. O. S. Marshall, Now Carmlchaol. Directors for the South Atlantic Sea? board w.ere chosen as follows: E. J. Hale. Fayettevllle, N. C.; John C. Free? man. Richmond; D. ?. Fletcher, Jack? sonville, Fla.; T. S. Methvln. Columbus, Ga.; F. Horton Colcock. Columbia. S. C.; Slg. Myers. Savannah, Go.; M. A. Weller, Washington, D. C; A. H. Mc Kcan. Charleston. S. C.; Goodrich Hat ton, Portsmouth. Va. SHOT WITHOUT WARNING. Mitchell Wilson lustantly Killed by Drunken Man. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.] Peach Bottom, Va., December 4.?Late Saturday afternoon Mitchell B. Wilson, who resided near Hooker, Allegheny county, N. C, was shot and lustantly killed "by a young man named Moxley. Wilson was attending a meeting of the stockholders of a telephone company I at Hooker, and Moxley, who had re? cently returned from the West, was present, and under the Influence of liquor. Wilson left Hooker to take b-oxlev home. They wero walking along the road, and had proceeded not more than a half-mile, when bearing I the residence of John Green. Moxley ; drew a revolver and fired In the dlrec ? tlon of Gieen, who was standing In : the road In front of his bouse. The bullet entered the ground close by his leide After filing this 'shot Moxley whir! id Iho pistol over his shoulder 'and tired again, the ball passing through Wilson's heart and killing him Instantly. In a few minutes a number of people were on the scene. Moxloy was found [ H ing in the road close by the side of the man he had killed. He was tied I nn I taken to Sparta and placed In I the county Jail to await indictment by the grand Jury. Two Writs of Error Granted. A writ of error was granted yesterday In the ease of Iho Western Cnlon Telegraph Company against Jamef I.. Davis In the Vir? ginia Supremo Court. The caso comes from the Corporation Court of the city of Bris? tol, where the telegraph company was fined JlOo for failure to deliver a message to Mr. Davis. The Supremo Court also allowad a writ of error In the case of W. B. Doling and others against Madeline- Dullng, from the Circuit ? Court of King and Queon county. The caso grows out of the construction placed on the will of Jarnes L. D?llos, tha amount Involvod being small. "Saul of Tarsus." Dr. George R. Wendllne's lecture to bo given to-nlgbl, "Saul of Tarsus," Is oue of the very best of the entire ?erlon. The gnnliiK, the elocuoncc and the heroic rpial Itles of St. Paul make n rar? theme In the hands of such an orator, C0UNG1LT0PR0BE PUBLIC SCHOOLS (Continued From First l'agc.) mony In administration. Mr! Pollock stuted that thoro was nothing In the resolution to rolled on member of the' School Board, who concurred In the request for a full inquiry. Tho upplt I cation of tho women teachers of the j elementary white grades, recommended i by the Ordinance Committee, was re 1 ferret! to the Committee on Finance. LIiuIIh .Street (Instructions. I An amendment was uuoptcd to the I building; code' limiting the use of uid [ brich In new structures, and an ordi | nance was adopted regulating tho plat? ing of building material, mixing appa ' rauid and hoisting machinery In the streets, requiring a permit llrst to be secured. An ordinance regulating the i sale of live fowls, asked for by lue ; Society for the 1'reventlon of Cruelty to Animals, was adopted, as was a res? olution granting permission to H. II. Campbell to erect a public stable on Franklin Street, between Eighteenth and Nineteenth Streets, the lloge Me? morial Church having withdrawn its objections in view of revised building plans. An ordinance for public weighing in the western part of the city and In Washington Ward on the same terms as on the city scales was adopted, us was a resolution extcnd'ng the time when the wldo tire ordinance will take effect to .luly 1, lOlL'. Wliarf Conlrucl Approved. On repor( of the Committee on j ?lames ltlver the Council confirmed j award of contract for a wooden pllcj wharf on James ltlver to If. M. All-j port tc Sons for 128,099.60, to be com? pleted in ISO working days. A letter' of protest from Alsop & Plorcc, of ' Newport News, the lower bidderB in the competition, was read and referred to the Committee on James ltlver 1m- j provemont. I A petition was received from tho oIHcers and men of the Fire Depart? ment, asking a 10 per cent. Increase lit pay, and referred to the Ordinance, Charier and Reform Committee, as I was a petition from the principals. High School, primary and all other grades of teachers save the elemen? tary grade, for an Increase similar to lha( recently recommended for tho j elementary teachers. Open N>?t Driveway. ' On roll call, Mr. Vonderlohr offered I and had referred to tho Committee on j Finance a resolution instructing the [City Attorney to acquire land to open : a 'driveway from Gamble's Hill to 1 Riverside Park, and an ordinance to merge the office of chemist at the set . tllng basin with the office of City Chemist, which was referred to the . Ordinance Committee. Mr. Richards offered and had refer ' red to the Finance Committee a reso? lution for smooth paving on East Broad Street from Thirty-second to I Thirty-sixth Street, to fcost $13,000. I Mr. Pollock secured approval under suspension of the rules of a permit for a large electric sign for Sydnor & Hundley at Seventh and Grace Streets, and approval of plans for the retain? ing walls for new Lester Street. Mr. Pollard offered and had referred to the Finance Committee bills for the recent entertainment of the Presi? dent of the Cnlted States, which enter? tainment was canceled at the last minute by reason of the severe cold of the President, amounting to ?1.632. Ilulfdlng Permit. A building permit was Issued yesterday to W. H. Crawford, to erect four brick tenement?, eight dwellings, on the north side o: Main Street between Deep Run and Shrppard Streets, to cost J23.0CO. For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the sj? SZfj^^" Signature of C#<avW%?^ Make the Liver s Do its Duty Nine risset in tea when the Irrer it right As stomach and bowels are right. CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS gentry but firmly coni^ pel a bay Km to ? ao its duty* Cues CoB>u stipntion. Indiges? tion* Sick Headache, gad Distress after Eating. Snail P?X Small Dm?. Small Price Genuine tE'J.'t but Signature MILLER'S No. 4 Mouth Wash Has No Equal. Antiseptic. Purifies. Cleanses. Makes gums hard and healthy. A delightful mouth wash. T. A. MILLER CO., Druggists, 519 E. Broad. Mad. 3199. Hourly Deliveries. Tired, aching feet and limbs, weak In? step, and rheumatic pnlns permanently cured by wearing BULLARD'S PERFEC? TION ARCH CUSHIONS. Light, nort, flex Iblo and comfortable. They remove nil muscular strain from the arch, and rn?Si?i 'you to stand or walk all day without fatigue or pain. Price. 60c per pair. (lent by mall. Give size of shoe. Chat. K. Bell, Sole Agent, 23 8th St.. N. FC.. Wosh'g'n. HENRY CLAY INN Ashland, Va. NOW OPEN. Write f?r terms. |W. Fred. Richardson's Storage and Transfer Department. Main and Belvldere Strs. Hauling, Packing and Storing Hlgh Grade Household Goods. Phonos: Madison ?43, day; Monroe 142, night .,??a)))/)M"'"."""'"?""'""'??w Only 13 Days More and every day of delay is a day of money saving opportunity LOST to YOU, for you'll never have another chance like this?under - the same favorable circumstances. The Cable Piano Co.'s $100,000 Stock New and Slightly Used Pianos, inner-player Player-Pianos, Organs, Small Musical Mer? chandise, Etc., Etc., is Tagged to Force Rapid Selling The purchase and placing on sale of the $100,000 stock of the Cable Piano Co. at a time when the merging into the Christmas holidays is the logical thing to do, is a circum? stance that offers the people of Richmond and vicinity an unprecedented opportunity. Christmas Suggestions?Sheet Music Dep't (S1.S0); sale From t he varied r.'.ock of Sheet Music, Hooks, Folios and special collections of compositions for piano we offer a few items below: ' A Day in Venice," Nevin ($1.25); sale price. $1.00. "Woodland Sketches," McDowell (SI.25); sale price, $1.00. "Sea Pieces," McDowell ($1.25); sale price, $1.00. 'Love Sonnet9," Zamecink ($1.00); sale price, 75c. Questions of the Heart," Engermann (75c); sale price, 60c. ' Famous Compositions," bound edi? tion (SI.00); sale price, 75c. Famous Songs," bound edition ($2.50); sale price, SI.98. Remick Collection of Star Songs from the Grand Operas, book of 28 selections, 69c. 'Famous Opera Songs" price, $1.08. Dictionary of Musicians (SI.25); ?sale price, 98c.' Elson's Dictionary of Musical Terms (large edition); sale price, 98c. Elson's Dictionary of Musical Terms (pocket edition); sale price, 25c. Remick Collection of Classic Music, book of 27 selections, 39c. Remick Favorite Collection of Popular Piano Pieces, book of 36 selections, 39c. 101 Best Songs, words and music, 10c. Hundreds of Popular Songs, hits of the day, 10c. MUSIC TEACHERS should take ad? vantage of the special discounts offered by this sale to lay in a stock of Instruction Books for the voice, the piano and all musical instruments. Mail Orders Filled Pianos will be shipped, freight prepaid, to any point In Virginia and North Caro? lina subject to approval of buyer. Mail orders for Sheet Music, etc., filled dav of receipt. SUCCESSORS CABLE PIANO CO. 213 EAST BROAD ST. News of South Richmond South Richmond Bureau, The Times-Dispatch. 10? Hull Street. 'Phone Madison 1"5 In the Chesterlleld Circuit Court yesterdaj Mr*. M. E. Talcott won her suit against Virginia Railway and Power Company . and wa.s awarded ?1.0*1 damages '?r iBjurlei te her foot and ankle, sustained by the al? leged negligent starting of the company'* ? car while the plaintiff was In the act of ' stepping off. She obtained the verdict by : compromise, and In addition to the dam? ages awarded che was allowed to recover all com* and doctors' bills. Mrs. Talcott was represented by Judge J M. Gregory, who did not content to the compromise, being of the opinion that the amount was not sufficient for the Injuries received. (auer.s Is Deferred. Owing to the absence from the city of Counciimcn Carter C. Jones and \V. B Bradley, of the Washington Ward 'delega? tion in the City Council, no caucus can be held this week to determine on the name of the candidate to be presented to the Council for the appointment to the unex plred term of late George E. Gary, Klre Commissioner of Washington Ward. The caucus will, It lo thought, be held Monday I night. Meanwhile the question Is tho topic on all tongues. Much speculation lias re? sulted. Members %t the delegation will not talk about the candidates, although It I; sola that each of the candidates has a ! member pledged to his support. Severe Cut on Head. I With a large gash on the side of her I bead, a white womsn. later Identified ns Mrs. Mamie Huband. of South Richmond, was found at 6:30 yesterda.y morning by workmen near the Southern Shops. The city ambulance was summoned and Dr. Cr.wvgey di:Si'd the woman's wounds. Krom her appearance it is thought she fell and struck her head. After being re? vived she was taken to the Third Polle* Station. Later she was ordered to be turn? ed over to her husband by Justice Maurice, who heard her story In Police Court, Part James Powell, colored, was given a ttno of $5 and costs for being drunk and unable to care for himself. lie paid up and was given his liberty. Charged with cursing and abusing a neighbor, Lizzie Rope, colored, was arrest? ed yesterday on a warrant. Sho will an? swer this morning. Joel While, u teamster, was reported yes terday for having ft two-horse tuam on the street without a lleense. Will Widen Hull Street. Owners ol abutting property op the blo:lc above the Atlantic Coast Line tracks, on Hull Street, are. at the reciuest of Assist? ant Cliy Attorney George Wayne Anderson, submitting th*-lr valuation 0f the property i required to wir'on the streot at this point, i Tills proposed lmpro\ement will he. It Is generally felt, one of the most beneficial i pieces Of work done on tho Southsble dur ling iho year. The sireet on this one. bloejc I ! Is lust wide enough for two teams to pass. ? and with Car tracks down (he centre some I dangerous jungles are with difficulty i stralghtntejP out. At both ends of the block the street Is of the regular width, making ; this part of the sireet almost llko an ul-I ley. To Increase the danger the paving is In a deplorable slate, and o three-foot ditch on one side Is the source of many tied- | ' dents. I Lot Is Sold. ? By a deed or bargain and sale recorded In the Hustings Court, I'nrt S, yesterday, Mrs. Catherine Crouch transferred the property! Known as J08 West Seventh street, to i\ A, Lenzl for 11,000. The lot fronts twenty feet on Seventh Street, and has a depth of IUI feet. Last dinner for Poll Taxe?. Kor tho convenience of the worklngmen the office of Deputy City Treasurer Itr., naugh will be kept open Saturday mull ?; I'. M. for the payment of the State taxes. The offlco of Commissioner of Rovonne W. H. Owens and the office of the clerk of the Hustings Court. Part will also he open to that hour for assessment and certification of delinquent taxes. Iloptasophs Choat? Officers. At tho regular business' meeting of Hestla Conclave, No. 45J, Improved Order of Hep taeophs, held at their hall at Eighth and Hull Streets, last night, the officers for thai ensuing' year were elected as follows: T. D. Jonos, past archon; J. E. Egglcston. archon; a. W. lUnmti, provost: E. S. Moody, prelate; C. A. Rolneo, secretary! j. T. Morrfssettc. financier; C. E. Wnlthall, trens urer; R. C. Cook, Inspector: J. p. Parkin? son, wurden: I* E. Ratram, sentinel! o. W. JtenhiH. J. W. Smith und W. II. Crooks, trustees; Dr. T. D. -Joins, eopresmitntlvo ' to the suprome body, with O. W. Reams as alternate. Following the election re? freshments wero served. Death In Chesterfield. H. M. Wooldrldge, thirty-four years old. died yesterday ?fternoun at -1:30 o'clock at his homo in Chesterfield county. He IB sur? vived by his wife and two children?Free? man and Julien Wooldridge; mother, father, one brother and a sister. The funeral will take place at 3 o'clock this afternoon from the home. The lntor- | menj will be In the family burying-ground. Church Elects Officers. At the annual meeting of the congrega? tion of the Oak Orove Baptist Church, held | .ast night, the following officers were elect? ed for the ensuing year: Church?J. B. Evans, clerk; \V. S. Reams, treasurer; J. W. Brooks, eeerotary; M|rs. W. S. Reams. | organist; Mrs. D. W. Bedford, assistant or- | ganlst; W. b". Beams, chorister; J. B. Evans,; collections und announcements. Sunday ; School?L. W. Chcstham, superintendent; J. i R. l,lf ?>, assistant superintendent; Joseph Barker, secretary; Melville Reams, assist- j ant secretary; ft. M. Hague, treasurer; Mrs.; W. S. Reams, organist; C. R. Holt, chor- j later; Jennings Davis, librarian; Herbert Reams, assistant librarian. I I'orsonui and Uenernl. I For the benullt of the Parsonage Society THE WEATHER. Forecast: For Virginia?Fair Friday j ' Saturday Increasing uloudlucan, proba? bly rulu In auuiUtvesI; light, variable I -.\ Inds. J I<"or .\ortb Carolina?Fnlr in east; kicnl rains In west Friday or Friday uitsbt; Saturday probably ruJui light I to moderate winds, mostly uortbeust uud cast. Special Local Onta for Yesterday. 112 noon temperature . 56 2 P. M. tompuraturo . 6t Maximum temperature up to ? H. M. 63 Minimum temperature up to 3 P. M. . 30 Mean temperature. 46 I Normal temperature. 43 Excess in temperature . 4 ] Deficiency in temperature since March 1 . 163 Accum, deficiency In temperature since January 1 . 36 Deficiency In rainfall since March 1 .:_ 6.93 I Accum, deficiency in rainfall slnco January 1 . 7.'JO Local Observation a P. .11. Yesterday. I Temperature . fco I Humidity . 65 Wind?direction .South j Wind?velocity . 4 Weat her .Clear I CONDITIONS IX OTHER CITIES. (At t> 1*. M. Eastern .Standard Time.) Place. Thor. II. T. Lt Weathui. Ashoville _ 60 ?0 2S P. cloudy ! Atlanta . 56 62 42 Cloudy ! Atlantic CUy. 48 56 3S Clear ; Boston . 48 ?S 38 Clear ,1-nitfalo.42 48 HI P. cloudy 'Calgary . si 44 ;io cloudy Charleston ... 56 64 44 Clear Chicago . 60 50 4 4 Cloudy Denver . 42 50 28 Clear 1'ninth . .'_ 20 22 20 Cloudy I tialvoston ... 60 68 ?8 Clear Itattoras - 43 56 10 Clear I Havre . 40 66 32 Clear I Jacksonville.. 58 6t> 54 Kaln ?.Kansas City.- 54 56 48 Cloudy Louisville' ... 54 5S 88 P. cloudy Montgomery.. 62 6S 42 Cloudy I.New Orleans. 58 6S 54 Cloudy ?New York_ 50 56 38 Clear 'Norfolk . 50 86 12 Clear 1 Oklahoma ... 62 56 46 Cloud* Pittsburgh .? 4S 54 SO Clear Raleigh ..... 66 66 40 Clear 'St. Louis .... 52 58 44 Cloudy St. Paul . 30 33 26 Cloudy San Francisco 54 62 46 Clear Savannah ... 66 66 46 Clear .Spokane . 36 38 34 Snow i Tampa . 64 72 54 P. cloudy Washington.. 44 60 30 Clear Winnipeg 30 8 . Cloudy Wythovlllc . . "S 60 26 Cleat Ml XI ATl'HK ALMANAC December S, It'll. HIGH TtliK. pun rises.7:11 Morning. - - 5;58 (Sun Hots.4:50. Evening.... t?:3t of the Centra) Methodist Church Mrs. David )'. Walk? will give a toa at hor homo to? night. An elaborate program has been ar? ranged. The regular montaly meeting of tho Wo? men's Foreign Missionary Society of the Dccatur Street Methodist Church was held last night at the residence of Mrs. Oscar Bradshaw, l?s East Fifth Street. Msr. W. A. Neal, who was recently oper? ated on at the Memorial Hospital, has been very III, hut la much Improved. T. C. Burroughs, who has for the past ten yeore been with the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, has resigned and la notv connect? ed with his brother, H. M. Burroughs, In the grocery business on upper Hull Street. The weekly meeting of the New South Council. No. S. Jr. O. U. A. M., will be held to-night. Maple Camp, No. 16*. Woodmen of the World, will hold Its regular meeting at Fraternity Hall at 8 o'clock Friday night. I There will be two Initiations, nnd officers for the Coming year will be elected. A. full attendance la requested. SETTLEMENT IS MADE Chunler lief uses to Suy Mora of Hla Marital Troublea. Now York, Dccombor 7.?Robert W. Chanlcr, once sheriff of Dutchess coun? ty, und husband of Lina Cavalletl, the opera ninger, returned from Paris to? day. He had gone with his lawyer, Sidney Harris, to attend court, where Cavallerl Is suing him for divorce. "I am offering no defense to my wife's action for divorce," he said. "The matter is now In the hands .of tho Judge, and a decision will not bo rendered for several weeks. There has been a financial settlement, but I won't talk about that." ORGANIZERS WANTED Live Men Can Make From $300.00 to $500.00 a Month Organizing for a Fraternal Order. Former Knights of the Golden Eagles preferred. Apply to J. M. SHAPPELL, Supreme Chief, Murphy's Hotel. CHRISTMAS Handsome Calendars Recent Books Interesting Novelties Standard Works Tasty Greetings Message Cards Attractive Brassware Select Stationery TORE 212-214 NORTH SIXTH STREET It would pay you to see us if you are a contractor.