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JOIN II SERVICES They Unite in Observance of Festival of St. John, the Evangelist. PRESENT CLOCK TO-NIGHT Pctensburg Veteran:- Remem? bered at Christmas by Their Northern Friends. TI toe; - Dispatch Bureau, .". Kolllughrook Street. Telephone 14S">. Petersburg: Va.. December The three Masonic, lodge* In this tiiy united to-night In the boscrvnnc< ol Hie festival of St. John the Evangelist. The celebration whs under the auspices of Puwhatau Lodge, with Bland ford and Petersburg Lodges Joining. After the' ceremonies in the lodge room a bati cuict was served In the dining hull. The Clock Pruentatton. The beautiful clack given by ti>e members ol the Massachusetts delegu* lion to the Petersburg monument ded? ication on November 1 :i to A. P. Hill Camp of Confederate Veterans, in ap? preciation of Courtesies rendered on that occasion, will bu presented to the camp to-morrow night by Colonel Huv? en E. Orcen, of Govcriioi Koss's staff. On behalf of the camp, Judge J. M. Mullen, of the Hustings Court, will re? ceive the cluck. Colonel Greene "ill be- tho recipient of special courtesies while here. Prrtty Home Wedding. Last evening, In the home of Mi. and Mr?. J. A. Bowles, on Oakdaie Avenue, Mls.i Lilly Tucker, sister of Mrs. Bowles, was married to Arthur Duell. The ceremony was performed In -the pres? ence of a largi gathering of friends by Rev. H. C, Gregory, of the Metho? dist Chur-'h. Tlie double parlor-1 were beautifully decorated with ferns, palms, holly and cedar. The bride wore a traveling suit of blue cloth, with hat and gloves to match, and car? ried white carnation:,. Her attendant as muid of honor was Miss Lillian \Vood, and the bridegroom's attendant and best man was William Duell. The wedding was a very pretty home event. Death of Mm. Moody. Mrf. Joseph S. Moody died at an ?arly hour this morning at her homo on Grove Avenue, after a long period of 111 health and suffering. .Site was well known and mm h respected, lle rildui In r husband, she Is survived by seven children, at. follows: Mrs. Wa verly Belcher. Mrs. Stephen Archer,! . slices Nora. Ethel and Annie and Wil? liam and John Moody, all of this city. The funeral of Mrs. Maude L> Kvnns. wife of Thomas Evans, who died at the home of her mother. In Richmond, took place at :'. o'clock this afternoon 1 oil ::t. Joseph's Catiiollc Church The ftini rul party Came over in special cars from Richmond, Death nud fllrth Bepnrt. The report ol tn?; Health Depart-) niolit for tin- month ending December -?; shows a very gratifying decrease In the rate of mortality, as compared with previous mouths. There were 11ii iia oighl deaths in the city ..-nine? teen whites nnd nineteen colored?u?i i. gainst fifty for Hie corresponding I month oi last year, or the decedents teil were under live years of age and on.- was over eighty years. The num? ber of bodies brought from ?ther points to the city for burial was thirteen, and the number tent away was five. Among lite causes- assigned for death were: Tuberculosis. 5; pncuoiniun; 2. accident. Eight death:, were ? er titled \< the coroner. t The number of births reported to the department during the month was forty?whites, :0; colored. 20. Christmn? Itenienihraiirea, Major-Gencrnl St I til Boiling, com? manding the Virginia Division, United Confederate Veterans, was ihc recipi? ent of a great many Christmas semen, brances from Federal and Confederate veterans all over the country. confederate veterans here were kindly remembered ? In many ways by their comrades of trie Grand Army of the Republic In the North, many of whom had visited and receive*} courte? sies in Petersburg. >nu In Brief. Roben V. Down and Miys Mary L ?Tone Sweet ?Touch Perfect ?Volume Deep Such is the masterpiece of medium-priced' Piano?? The Walter D. Moses & Co. Piano Those who have thorn arc morii than satisfied?they arc delighted. Write iirs for free catalog. Walter D. Moses & Company, 103 E. Broad St. Oldest Music Mouse in Va. and N. C. Branch, both of Petersburg, were mar ' rle<] In Washington this week. [ Cumnilna's pool room, at tin- foot ot ? Sycamore street, was broken into on ChrlMlniaa night ami robbed of llro | works and otlier goods Several *mall ] boys were arrested to-day on su:-;pi ! clon of havlnu committed th? robbery. \ Myron T. Perdue, who was charged I by Adjutant Woods, of the Salvation \ Aymiy, with having .appropriated to I hlmsell property intended lor the. i army, was dlschaiqed In the Police ! Court this mornliiK, pr"ol being insuf j lleleni to bold the accused. I The carriage manufactory ol W. M. I i-ou-is & Mr<>.. on Sycamore Streot, was entered a night or; two ago through a j rear door und robbed of half a dozen or more butTK.v robe;- and otlier artiiles. Th? Salvation Army last night gave out shoes to sovonty'-olght children and distributed another large Instalment ;o duy. Next, week clothing will be dis? tributed to many net rty ones In Washington this ufterrioon Miss Nellie .Jone? Camoron, of this city, and Arthur Kdward lame;-, of Crewo, were wedded. The bride Is tho daughter of Mrs. Mary K. Cameron, of this city, and has many friends here. Mls.s Hot tie O. Sweeney, one of the best known public teachers In the city, la a,patient at tno Petersburg Hospital, suffering with pneumonia. Mny <io to Supreme Court. A motion for a new trial in the suit of ,t3rot * Mullen, of Now York. vs. the Grossman Seed and Supply Com? pany, of this elty. In which a verdict was rendered In favor of the defendant company, will be argued In January. In view of the money and the delicate question:- of law Involved In this suit. It Is not Improbable that the case will 1 Bo up to the Supreme Court for final decision. Intro?Myers. j I Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch. 1 I.yticllburg, Va., December 27.?At the home of Rev, Ofcnr 1". Sams, pastor rf itlvcrmont Avenue Church, this af? ternoon. Miss Martha Myers and Wil? liam A. luge were married. . The bride Is a daughter of T. H. Myers, of Harri KOnburg, uml ha? been making her homo here with relative? for three years, i Mr. and Mrs. luce left this afternoon I for a trip to Itl'hmond. Norfolk and Baltimore, after which ll\C-y will reside in l.ytichbtlrg. ??riirlet Fever Spreading. : sp, clal to The Times-Dispatch. I l.ynchburg, \'a.. December "7.?Tho l.ynchbiirg Health Department Is not a little concerned over the spread ot scarlet fever hero wlth'n the past few weeks. There are now twenty cases In quarantine, and three deaths have oc? curred In tho past six days, bringing the total for the month up to five. The department is taking steps to make the quarantine more rigid, and some prose? cutions are expected to take place in the near future. The authorities: do not expect to sec the malady attain tho epidemic stage. Workmen Fall 10? Foot. [Special to The Times-Dispatch. ] Norfolk. Va.. December ?Harry l.'tinjop. a carpenter, and two negroes were seriously injured by falling from the eighth .-tory of the new I'nion liep,.-. building. Dunlop probably will die. It 1? :*.aid the accident was caused by the tireprooting shielding the terru eott.i cornice giving away, precipitat? ing the men to the street 100 feet below. The new shirts with the new and higher standard of values at the prices $1.00 $J.50 AND UP Ask your dealer to show you HALL? MARK SHIRTS and have your notions as to shirt values and shirt prices entirely changed. If you have had enough trouble with your collars that grip your tie like a vise, try one of these SLIDE WELL COLLARS They have a little shield over the back button hole that makes the tie slide over the button, and saves tie, time and temper. All the popular styles. 15c, 2 for 25c. HALL, -HARTWELL & CO. Troy, New Y?k LIQUOR QUESTION VEXES CONGRESS I Effort Will Cc Made to Give Full Protection to "Dry" Territory. BILLS ARE BEING PREPARED Forces Arc Aligned for Fight That \ v ill Lie ton- and I Bitter. j (Special lo Tho TltncK-Dlspali li.l Washington. December 27. ?Will Congrtfg at the present session tackle ihr. liquor question? Will there he an . elf ort to pass u law that will ubso-,' ; lutcly shut oir the shipment ot tu 1 toxica ting liquors Inttt those States ' and Territories where prohibition pre I vails': It is ,-ccognizcd that this is , one or the hardest propositions that ; the lawmakers ever faced; on the one i band, tiiev are being sought on every , hand to pass stich a. law without fur thei dCIUy, and. on the other, the big ? and powerful whiskey interests ate j not asleep at the switch. | I While Congress has had this prob- ? i lern before It for years, and efforts ' i have been made to legislate on It, j without success, it Is now proposed j to begin an attack In both the House .and Senate simultaneously which win put ruin on the run. In the House j the bill recently Introduced by Con7 I ! grcssman Shcppard, of Texas, makes j Illegal all contracts connected with I whiskey transactions of any kind I when they relate to prohibition tcrri- ' lory. In the .Sonate the same meuu- 1 ] ure will be futhercd by Senator Ken-I yon. of Iowa. The Idea of reaching the situation I and forevr ridding the "dry" sections j J of the country of the sale of runt Is . 1 11 radical departure from that con- ? I tallied in such bills hs the old one , i that was known before as the Hep- j ' biirn-Dolllver bill. That measure was ! founded on the principle that the 1 State should be given jurisdiction over I a shipment of lhiuor Into its borders. Such a bill once passed lho House, but when it reached the Senate It got j a full dose of the Constitution, and was effectually put to sleep. Now It Is proposed practically to' make shipments Into "dry" Stutes abao lutcly contraband, and. more than that, j make the contracts unenforcable, so! that the seller In Baltimore, Now York/ I.ouisvillc or elsewhere could not col- j lect for his goods should the buyer hol care to pay for them, und that j woul ! leave tho only practical tjnetbod 1 of disposing of them to sell for cosh | In advance. Senator Kenyon has been securing the views of his colleagues and has been much encouraged nt the prospect . of seeing such a bill as he proposes pass at the present session. He is of the opinion that lie will bo able to line; up enough votes to DUt It through, but. j at the same time, he realizes that he ? has no mean fight on hand. Practically the entire membership ot the Southern States will support the I bill, both In the HoiiEe and the Senate, I because nearly all of that section is i I now denominated "dry," whether In j j fact i; is so or not. Some dthor sec- 1 ! lions, however. ? III not be nearly so .unanimous in nskinir their members to! back the measure The light, therefore, | will tic a lively ono when It starts, with j the prohibitionist." pushing forward to j secure enactment of such a law, and, the powerful whiskey interests behind the line*, hammering It back and knocking it into bits whenever they can get in a good blow. P. H. McG. nearin Work on Wool Bill. Washington, December 27.?Repuhli eau members of the Ways and Means Committee will begin work to-morrow ?in the Republican ' wool bill, which is to follow the lines of the Tariff Rnard's report. Representatives Hill, of Con? necticut, and Dalicll. of Pennsylvania, called on President Taft to-day to dis? cuss the matter with htm. Asnlnut Special Penptlono. Washington. Docombor 27.?Senator Works, of California, will attempt to I attach to the Sherwood pension bill a J provision absolutely prohibiting any special pension bills, and making in? eligible for pension any person who attempts to get special legislation. Senator Works hopes to stop the flood Forecast: Vlrsrlnta?Fair, much cold? er Thursday, with brt?k northwest | n lud?; Friday fair, continued cold. North Carolina?Fair, eoldrr Th?rs- J day. with brisk vrrst to northwest j winds; Friday fair. Special Local Data for Yesterday. 12 noon temperature. fi; 3 I'. M. temperature. 5S Maximum temperature up to 8 P. M. 64.0 I Minimum temperature up to S P. M.?.. 39 Mean temperature . 49 j Normal temperaturo. 39 ] Excess in temperature . Deficiency In temperaturo since" March 1 . 81 Accum, excess in temperature since January 1 .'. Rainfall last twenty-four hours. . .01 Deficiency In rainfall since March 1 . 5.41 Accum, deficiency In rainfall since January 1 . I Local Observation 8 P. M. Yesterday. Temperature .,. 40 Humidity. 07 Wind?direction ....,"..?.?-..N. W. Wind?velocity .'.. 17 Weather.Clear CONDITIONS IN IMPORTANT CITIES. (At S P. M. Eastern Standard Time.) Place. Thor. II. T. L. T. Weather. Ashcvlllc _ 28 12 2S Snow Atlanta . 32 14 .",2 Clear Atlantic City. 40 60 to Cloudv Boston . 11 46 40 Cloudv I Buffalo . 28 3S 28 Cloudy Calgary .-10 0 10 Snow Charleston ..60 C6 r,0 Clear Chicago . 14 24 14 Clear Denver . 20 32 S Clear Duluth . -4 2 -6 Clear Galveston ... 46 50 40 Clear Hattcras -,56 66 56 Clear Havre -...10 16 6 Snow Jacksonville.. 54 68- 54 Clear Kansas City.. 20 20 12 Clear Lotllsvlllo ... 80 34 30 Snow Montgomery.- 1" 48 40 Clear New Orleans. IS 50 44 Cloudy Now York- 3S 50 38 Cloudv Norfolk ...... IS 70 4R Cloudy Oklahoma ... 2S 32 '18 Clear Pittsburgh . . 24 40 24 Snow Raleigh . 40 64 40 Clear St. Louts .... 30 26 20 Clear St. Paul . -2 4 -2 Clear San Francisco 48 50 *2 P. cloudy' Savannah ... 48 64 48 Clear ' Spokane . 30 34 20 Snow Tampa . 58 74 58 Clear Washington.. 36 58 36 Clear Winnipeg ...-12 -6 -.16 Clonr Wythcvillc ..26 4 1 26 Cloudy MINIA'irmtTXl.MANAC. December 28, 1911. HIGH TIDE, . Sun rises- ":J.i Morning. ... 9:5? Sun.ee.tsA.,.^. 4:5. Hvejnjjj*;.10:0t1 Our Fondest Expectations Were Realized by the Enormous Volume of Orders for It possesses that indescribable deliciousness, that elusive tang ?which draws a sigh of perfect content from the ice cream lover* IT DESERVES YOUR CONSIDERATION FOR THE NEW YEAR Bulk, Bricks, Individual Bricks, Fancy Molds, Assorted Flavors BULK CREAM, $1.25 A GALLON. BRICK CREAM, $1.50 A GALLON. F. O. B. RICHMOND. We guarantee express charges not to exceed 25c per gallon. Out-of-town orders a specialty. The Purity Ice Cream Corp., RICHMOND, VA. of special pensions which are passed by Congress at each session. In spite of the fact that the Senate Committee on Pensions Is framing a Substitute for the Sherwood bill, which would scale down the pensions pro? posed, the measure as It ca/me from the House has found many support?rs in the' Senate who favor the "dollar a day" allowance. VFRY PEW AHE PRKSEXT AT TOUACC4I KAHMEftS' MEETING fSprclal to The Times-Dispatch. J I.ynehburg. Viu, December 27.?Tho meeting of tobacco farmers, called for this city to-day and to-morrow, for tho purpose of devising ways. If posslblu. to secure better prices for the better grades of dark loose leaf tobneco, did not attract, the attendance that was hoped for by itn promoter?. No morn? ing session wan held on account of the If success proves merit We need say nothing more about The Velvet Kind Ice Cream. Is one where health abounds. With Impure blood there can hot be good health. With a disordered LI VER there cannot be good blood. revivify thetorpld LIVER and restore It* natural action. A healthy LIVER means pure blood._ Pare blood means health. Health moans happiness. Take no Substitute. All Druggists. MILLER'S I Beauty Cream A REAL SKIN FOOD. Perfectly harmless. Will not rancid. Highly endorsed by medi? cal profession. A dainty prepara? tion for dainty people. Te A. MILLER CO., Druggists, 519 B. Broad. Mad. 3199. Hourly DeBveries. W. Fred. Richardson, PUIVEHAL DinECTOR AND BSfBAIiHER. Main and Belvfderc .Streets. Phones. Madison sis, day; Monroe 842. ~'7hfc jVISN "AMERICAN AXO ?ECROPCAN AWUDS THE BEST small crowd present at the I Mil City Hall at the time scheduled for the first session, and It was decided to adjourn until 1 o'clock this afternoon. It was nearly 2 o'clock when D. M. Gannaway, president of the Virginia Di? vision of the Farmers' Educational and Co-operative Society, called the meet? ing togethor. Ai that time about twen ty-flVo farmers were presont. Mr. Gannaway stated the object of the meeting to he to uttempt to induce the Austrian and Italian governments to pay prices for the best qualities of lobacco that will enable the planters 10 grow It at a protil. Mr. Gannaway said the present prices on tho lower grades of tobacco are not to be com? plained of. but that it was nothing more than robbery for tho foreign govern? ments to take the good grades at the prices now beints paid, lie scored the auction sale*:, and said some plan should be devised by the farmers tor the mar? keting of their crops. It was decided ;o meet again to-mor? row morning, at which time a number of speakers arc to bo. heard. Marrlogr Licenses. Washington, December 27.?Marriage licenses have been Issued to tho fol? lowing : Luther B. Tyler and Eva .1. Kerns, both of Frederlcksburg, Va. Georg? O. Dalhouse, of Waynosboro, Vu., and Nora Rhedes, of Charlottes villc. Va. Hoberl D. Johnson. Jr.. and Annie L. Nolle, both of Richmond. Va. Jamea Downs and Charrio E. Tronny, botli of Sterling, Va. Thomas V. I'lippo, of Paige, Va.. and Alice II. Carter, of Cpper Zlon, Va. Silcs Cole, of Dumfrloa. Va.. and Can nie M. Brent, of Stafford, Va. Thomas II. Dower and Edna M. Kus? sel!, both of Richmond. Va. John Uhinton and Susie MeWhirt. both of Spotsylvanla county, Va. John T. Kueser and Florence E. Maxey, both of Richmond. Va. r'red C. Dong and Susie l>. Walker, both of Spotsylvnnla county, Va. William \V. Harrison, of Ed dys tone, Pa., and Cdrlnnc M. Kcndrick. of Ballston, Va. George Johnson and Katie Robinson, both of Frederick Hall. Va. Louis VV. Mason nnd Laura E. Har? mon, both of Burke Station, Va. Nick Rago and Ruth Farmer, both of Lynrhhurp., Va, ' Arthur 13, James, of Crowe. Va.. and Nellie .1. Cameron, of Petersburg. Va. Barl B, Miller and Cora E. Itarlow, both of Augusta Spring, Va. Wallace C Hlggenbothnm, of Red ford City. Va.. anil Margaret .1 John? son, of Mount Sidney, Va. Lawrence II. Ponrson and Marie F. I.anham. both of A Idle, Va. James W. fjwart and Maud J Lnn hnm, both of Aldic, Va. William I. Hstcs. of Oordons\illc. Va.. and Rille IT. Goodwin, of Rapiden, Va. John A. Orihorn. of Caroline, county. Va.. and Hannah Johnson, of Ibis city, William J. House nnd Nannie M. Ma hone, both of Hampton, Va. Edward G. Lanford, of Louisa coun? ty. Va.. and Jultn V. Ooooh. of Fluvan nn county. Va. Samuel K. Cook and Alvcrlne Prim both of Hamilton, Vn. Jeter C. Alvla, of Goochlnnd county; Vn.; am! Orphn M. Smith, of Chester Held county. Vn. Ernest V. Garrison and Lnnna L. I Flat ford, both of Spotsylvnnln comity, Vn. Virgil M. Covington. of Rpotsylvanla county. Va.. and Laura D. Hicks. ? f Orange county, Vn. New? of Aahinnd, (Special to The Times-Dlspaich. | Ashland, Va., December 27.-- At th* Deocmher meeting of the Ashland Ma? sonic lodge, the following officers for the ensuing year were elected and in? stalled by Worshipful Ttrother O. F. ITho name. Velvet Kind, Is the evi? dence of the tttmosl In Cjuallty-Purity Sanitation in ico cream. Ragby: Herbert Humpass, worship* ul master; C. E. Cox. aenlor wardon; W. K. Saundcro, junior warden: C. B. .lotion. Jr.. treasurer: C. A. Barnes, sec? retary: YV. It. Puryear, senior deacon; Charles Stobblns, Jr., Junior deacon; T. B. Trevllllan. tiler. II. D. Korr Is the retlrlnR master. Itov. and Sirs. Clifton Ehlers, of Washington, are guests of Mrs. Elliott DeJarnette, Kobert Paine, of HoTtonoctndy. X. T.. Is visiting his grandmother, Mrs. Allco Mayo. Hlsiiop ami Mrs. Collins Denny, of Richmond, wore guests to-dny of Dr. and Mrs. s. C. Hatchor. E. E. HartsooK, Jr.. has roturned to West \'lrglnla. after spondlng tho holidays bore. Jennings Wise lfobron, of the Theo? logical Seminary, was rhe guest of frlonds here Tuesday. .-'tanlcv Blanton. of Richmond, re cently visited friend* horo. Mi.ss Jane Cralhrlght has returned to her homo In GbOAhl'Uld1. after a visit lo Mrs. H. T.. Crathright. Clarence and Shirley Carter left this week on a hunting trip In upper Han? over countv. Clllntt M. Jordan, of Florence. S. C. was here Tuesday visiting frte.nds. Professor and Mrs. R. B. Smlthev were guests of Mrs. C. C, Walker In Richmond on Monday. Miss Julia Wolalger haa returned from Wakefiold. whore sho wis the week-end puent of Mrs. John Owen. Miss Es teile Smithey. of Farmvlllo, is visiting her brother. Professor R. P. Snlil hey. MesdUlriCS lluR-h Dennnn and William Rudd, of Richmond, aro guests of Mrs. D. Morgan -Shepherd. Mrs. Herndon T. Cfnthriffht hag gone lo Goochland countv to visit Mrs. Heath Oarhrlirht. Misse? Mary and Martha MoCue. of Alton, are guests of their aunt. Mrs. Clyde Barnes. Accidentally Shot and Killed. IS'poclal to The Times-Dispatch.I Martinsvllle, Va., December 27.?Mrs. Reginald Jones, a well-known woman of the BassOtt nelghhorhood. was acci? dentally struck by a spent bullet, sup? posedly from a rifle, early to-day and almost instantly killed. Mrs. Jones was in her yard dressing a squirrel when the ball struck her In the back Of the head. The shooting was plainly an accident, and It Is not known who was responsible for It. Mrs. Jones leaves her husband and several chil? dren, she was a sister of John II. Stanley, of Martinsvllle. Sent to Reform School. (Special to The Times-Dispatch. I Hurrlsonburg, Vii.j December -7.? This morning Harry nnd Walter Mc Crary, eleven und thirteen years old. were- taken lo the l.amvl Reform School, near Richmond. The boys arc tin- ringleaders In ll gang of outlaws and vandals who have been robblns and plundering about llnrrlsonburg. The boys were caught recently robbing a freight wagon and selling their booty to local grocory stores. They are the same boys who stole a horse and buggy In Octobor to bo ahestnuting In the mountains. They were caught by tel? ephone ten miles from town, tho horse exhaustod. MRS. GILL'S BOYS TUcynt nave One Big 'ltiaev as Entertainment To-Day. A vivid and realistic production of OhrlsrmaB will be put on the boards thin afternoon at 5 o'clock for the benefit of tho boy? of Mrs. Gill's M.ilo Orphan Asylum, with S. Claus taking the. loading role and performing the generous acts usually accredited to him. The celebration will be bold In the presence of tho hoard of directors, headed hy John D. Williams. Instead of the usual simple Christ? mas tree, there will be a regular forest of cedar.- and pine, all snow-covered, and with one big follow loaded with the packages and stockings that hold the donations of Mr. Claus and friends. Those wishing to wltnoss the scene must take the 5 o'clock Rlvervlow street car. PASSED HAT IN CELL Nccro Mualdan'n Ruling Paaslon Was strons tn Death. He had playod "Away Down on the Suwanee River" and away doitfn on something else, and then W. t.. Taylor, a blind negro "artist," wan arrested last night on a charge of being drunk, lie was taken In by Policeman Folkesj The guitar was also brought Into the First Police Station. On It wer? inscribed the words "Heat In Town." "Baby Ruth" and "Tho Hustler," all of Macon, Oa. Taylor's ruling passion was strong in death. As he was led back to his cell he handed out his hat. and askod those assembled about him to put In a coin. They led him hack, and soon he slumbered. Injurie? Prove Fatal. Washington. Demceher 17.?Mrs. IT. F. Roberts, aged seventy-two years, who was run down hy a bicycle, died to-night. She came with her husband irotn Norfolk. Va.. a fow years ago. She was prominently connected in that city. The funeral will be held In Nor? folk Saturday. Pi reman Ts Injured. ISpeclal to The Times-Dispatch.I Norfolk. Va., Docember 27.?John Oodsey, a fireman of the Virginian Rail? way, was run over by a locomotive at the Sewetl'a Point piers this afternoon and seriously injured. He probably will recover. Hob Shnwcaftr. S.ime one broke into tho showcase ol .1. .1. Miller. 311 East Broad Street, list night, and stole, live caps. Polio--? heard the sound of CTashins glass, and chased the culprits for several block.?. P.ut the thieves escarird. An Ice Cream for discriminating pco Ph?The Velvet Kind. To Cure Dyspepsia, Indigestion and Constipations It's nature's own temedy and guaranteed to cute. It i.< recommended ana prescribed by physicians fi everywhere. If it does not cure you. we will gladly ^ tcfund your money. A 25c bottle will give you instant relief. Extract of a letter from Mis., M. C. Gills, of Hcdford City, Va, "On March 2?th, I bought a 25c bottle of CONQUERI NE and have gained '? pounds. Can now eat anything I want and enjov it. I wish T could tell everybody about CONQUERINE.? Sold'by dniRRist cxerywlicrc at.25c, 50c and $1.00 a bottle, LEFTWITCH CHEMICAL CO., Lynchbur?, Virginia.