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WITH STRIKERS Men Who Refused to Go Out Arc Granted an Increase. liuictgh, N. C., Junuary 10.?Tue Carolina, Power and Light Company luis gtuutc-d to those men who stayed on their cars, refusing to go out to day %\-lt)? the strikers, the Ii? cents on hour the strikers demanded, hut hai relueud to take hack any of the strikers except individually and on the old scale of IS cents, which In to be lh< pay of extra men hereafter, In ilcod of 12.1.-2 cents as heretofore. < i<r;\ arc running us usual, and the Strike seems to have proven tt failure.! Twenty-live of the thirty-live motor-j iiieii and conductors who operate the I street car:; for the Carolina Power and] Light Company here, went out at noon to-day, after demanding 13 Instead of 1 ?> cents uh hour for the regular men' a nil 15 Instead of IV l-'J cents for extra n en; also more lime for dinner and provision for comfort of tho men In service. I A petition to General Manager II. II. | Curr was presented Sunday. He ob-: Joeicd on the ground that it should have come through Superintendent J. j II. Gbsncy, under whom the men work. ' and should not include a threat to strike i jnen drew a now petition that Mr. Oosney refused lo sign, and this precipitated the itrike to-day. Tlie- strikers quit the curs at the Faycttcvllle and Marlin Street Junc? tion. The company ha,] all the curs on the move again, regaining their schedules within an hour by drawing On office men and other employes lu 6th< r departments. General Manager II. II. Curr says he assured the men that he would willingly treat with them relative to any Increase that th< company might be able to allow If properly approached, but he would not consider the petition that con? tained the threat to strike. He had no other communication with them be? t?re the strike. A big crowd gathered at the Junc? tion where the strikers quit the cars, and the men who retained their places ? arte; In for all sorts of Jeers as they i an their ears through the crowds. INTIMATE PAPERS ntlUSTBEPRODUCED (Continued I rom Kl ret Page.) said Carnegie. "I iraa ready to go. Al? ready i bail become engaged in Urdu oua work trying to dispose of surplus wealth and I was willing io retire. Mr. Schwab said the partners were w tiling, and he went back lo sec Mor? gan. When he returned he said Mor? gan wanted u figure. We went over tlx estimate and considered the form? et option of 1320,000,000. Schwab had llgures to show that since that was given about two and a half years bc tn. property had grown In value about 1100,000,000. lie thought wc ,.j^hl to add that and 1 agreed with him Mr. Morgan accepted that flg ??|tut you sold for mote than that t-"1 the Steel Corporation?'1 he was asked. ?That is not true" Mr. Carnegie stated emphatically. "That was our Vuliiut'on and Mr. Morgan accepted It as fair. I have since been told that I could have had |100,000A,00 more If I had asked it. Once and for all I want to pill a stop to this talk that I w.i. lidding out for an excessive prlci. \Vc fixed a fair valuation of SI20.000, 00') und go, It. There is the truth, gentlemen, und 1 am here lu loll you the truth." "But the Steel Corporation," said Mr. Gardner, "issued bonds of (402,000,160 against the Carnegie Steel Company when tl was absorbed." Surprise to IIliu. "That's very surprising to me," said Mr Carnegie. "I never knew that this was done and was not a party to such u tiling." When asked by Mr. Gardner about the statement made by Senator Oliver ti.at the Carnegie Company received railroad rebates. Mr. Carnegie declared: "It's astonishing how suspected an honest corporation can be. I never ^,^^^^^^^^^^>^^^^ \ r/v CASTOR IA SB for Infants and Children. Tho Kind You Iluv? Always Bought bas borne tho si-na turo ol* Chas. II. Fletcher, and has been uindo under his personal supervision lor over 30 years. Allow no ouo to deceive you In this. Counterfeits, Imitations and " Jusl-as-good" aro but Experiments, and endanger tho health of Children?Experience against Experiment. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of In Use For Over 30 Years. A Times-Dispatch Special Feature. I'rnnk G. Carpenter to write for this paper article.* telling bnrr I'ncle Sam's IjIk ditch will look Just before the water flowa In?What shall we ilo with our Bluter republic"??The new .Monroe tloelrlne. nml the trrntlc* before Congress?Tin- conditions In Mexico, nnil her possible fntnrc?A series of graphic ?rv.,i,,l fci'.turcs aboat our uatloaal next door neighbors. ArtM>nK the big features which The Tlmea-IJIapatch will have during the Tear will be n series of travel letters by Krank G. Carpenter, roverinc the Isthmus of Pannron and Ceutral America and Mnlro, Mr. Carpenter la now on the lathmna or Panama gathering; the material for the flrat of tbcae letter*, which will be published on one of the Sundays of March next. After tearing Panama Mr. Carpenter will make hla way northward through what to a large extent la the very terra Incognita of onr hemla phere. This la Central America, a country which will be opened up by the Pauoms Canal and by the Pan-American nnBwny, and will very aoon be accessible to all. He "Hi visit the various republics, going first tnto Costa IUca, thence to Mcaragua, and on by Salvador and Uonduras Into Guatemala, which la soon to be connected with Mexico by railway. After spending aouic raontha in CentraJ America, It la Mr. Carpenter'a plan to travel overland from the end of the Guatemala Hallway Into Southern .Mexico, where the Mexican rnjlwaya begin, and thence travel ?urthwnrd to Mexico City, from where he will make some extensive Jour ac:? throughout our great sister republic. These letters will begin publication In The Tiracs-Dlspatcb on one of tlte Sundays of March urxt, and they will run regularly, as a series, fruui thru on until completed. received a rebate that I know or In all rny lire." Mr. Carnegie then related how he had fought the Pennsylvania Hallroad because of discrimination in rates i against him, liow he had interested j the Vandelbllts in a project to erect a ; competing road to the Bast, and how I the Vandtrbllt's hod "gone over to the henetny," ending the project. Mr. Carnegie declared that instead of the Carnegie Company having re? ceived rebates, as a matter of fact he had forced the Pennsylvania by i threats to build competing roads to agree to give hi in rates as low as those given competitors. MEMORIAL SERVICE Lcc Camp to Pay Tribute to Dead Con? federate Veterans. In honor of the memory of seventeen members who have died during the past year, memorial services will bo. hi Id by It. B. Leo Camp. No. 1, United j Confederate Veterans. Friday night at S ' o'clock. The memorial oration will be delivered by Itev. James Y. Pair. D. D., 1 while there will also be a few short I add relies. An appropriate musical program will be carried out under the direction of! Ihn f. Potter, organist of Monumental Church. The public : :id especially all Con? federate veterans and relatives of the dead men have been Invited to be pres? ent. EGGLESTON ON EDUCATION Supt, of Public Iniictruetlon to Speak on Educational Advancement. A comparison of educational condi? tions In Virginia between the years 1SS0 and 1910 will be. the subject of an address to he delivered by J. I). Cgglos ton, Stale Superintendent of Public In? struction in Virginia, before the South? ern Commercial Congrc.su, which will be held in Nashville. Tcnn.. during the month of April. "The Sou Ill's educational Recovery"] will be the theme of the congress, and the gratifying change in educational conditions will be attested by speeches from leading educators of the South. Mr. E?ffgleston, by showing statistics of public schools, will i/iow the marked contrast between tue present day con? ditions and those of ilfty years ago. In addition, he will outline the aspira? tions of progressive Virginia for the future education in this Stute. TOO MUCH ALCOHOL Wine Sold by Mrs. Hitter Alleged to Re In VolatlOD <>f Law. j An analysis performed in the' State Department of Agriculture showed that the wise alleged to have been sold last Sunday by Mrs. Amanda Ritter, of 1408 East Main Street, contained 11.66 per cent, of alcohol, which, according to the law. makes It an Intoxicating li? quor. Major Werner was notllicd of the result of the anlyiis by Clin Rich? ardson, of the State Department of Agriculture, yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Ritter was arrested by Officer Duhuque on Sunday after the officer, It Is alleged, bought a drink from her. She made no denial of selling the wine, | but slated, In self-defense, that sho thought she had a right to dispose of home-made, products. The heading In Police Court was postponed pending analysis of t'.te wine Saultnry Hotel*. For the information of the traveling public the State Department of Health has Issued In pamphlet form a list of the hotels in Virginia wnleh have con? formed to the requirements of law In regard to sanitary conditions. This pamphlet, which is an exerpt from the annual report of the Director of In? spections, is nvalluble to interested persons upon application to the Board of Health. Copies of the list 'nave also been mailed to tho various hotels of the State. K1ZER FIGHTING TO BE REGISTER All Contests Exceedingly Doubt? ful, if Claims of Candidates Arc Correct. Developments yesterday ? showed marked changes In the light for Regis? ter of the Land Office. At .1. Ute hour last night tho Indications were that tli; vote In t'ae caucus would he ex? ceedingly close between Colone; John ?W. Rk-hardaon. the incumbent, und .Major Charles 15. Klser. the chief of police of Norfolk. Tin latter gained votes rapidly through the day; but the supporters of Colonel Richardson as? sert wit"; emphasis thai they have chough. Roth sides are claiming th vlclbry, und to the layman it looks probable thAt every single vote will count, and that It will be near a tie, barring further changes. It Is still uncertain wHMher or not ( the nominations will be made to-night. The joint caucus of the Pemorrats of the two Houses meets at S o'clock, but It may be tha,t the uncon tested matter* will consume so much time that ad? journment will be had until to-mor? row night, w-hisn the conclusion of the whole mattor will be reached. Judge Stafford G. "Whittle Is to bo renomi natod for the Supreme Court of Ap? peals, and some fifteen circuit and city judges are to bo 7ia:n;ii. while sup? porters will make speeches at each oc? casion. Auditor'? Content. The light for Auditor Is still in the air. It was said that the position of Charles A. Johnston, of Montgomery, was greatly strengthened by the day's developments, while it was as posi? tively asserted that tho votes which went to him did not come from C. Lee Moore. It la still conceded by every? body that Mr. Moore has a plurality, and his friends believe he has a ma? jority, which is contradicted. What hia vote Is win hardly be known until the ballot Is taken. Victory Is claimed by Rosewcll Page in his contest for Second Auditor. His 1 supporters have been exceedingly ac I tlve. His brother. Dr. Thomas Nelson Page, is on tho ground. No concessions along this line aro being made by Judge John G. Dew. the incumbent. One nomination to-night Is certain? that of S. R. Donohoe to be Auditor for the remainder of the unesplrcd term of the late Colonel Morton Marye. to which Mr. Donohoe was appointed by the Governor. It Is necessary for the Legislature to elect. His term lasts until March 1 next. WAS UBIQUITOUS Detective* Hellene Neuro Stole nil tbr Way from New Vorlt tu Klurida, Jim? Richardson, colored. 1? all the charges against him 6ro true, in a very I ubiquitous thief, a sort of tourist burglar, for when, yesterday. Dctacttve-Sargeaht Bailey and Detective Be-ltoa ."(arched pawn? shops on twenty-three pawn ttc7;cts they found In Richardson" s possession, they dis? covered elothlnp which had been stolen from .New Tork to Florida. Cadtn with clothing and shoes the detec? tives walked Into headquarters and depos? ited -.heir ftnd in Major Werner's office. It looked like a "hand-me-down" selection, though there was some \8.uable stuff In the lot. There -were shoes frotf. Powell Brothers, Richmond: a coat from Jacobs & Levy, v.hose store was broken Into some time aso. and a coat from the Union Clothlnc; Com? pany. Other clothing was found to have come, from Florida, Tennessee and New York. In Police Court the hea_-lnit of lac negro was postponed tn next Wednesday. llenrleo County Cisrs. Joshua ISyans, colored. Indicted for petit larceny, was convicted yesterday by the Jury of the Henrlco county Cir? cuit Court and sentenced to fifteen days In jail with a fin* of $10, The case of Sam Mark Woody, the colored boy Indicted for an attempted capital crime against a young white girl, will be tried this morning. There Is much difference of opinion us to his guilt of the crime alleged, and there Is u probability that tue capital charge may In; substitute,] by a lesser charge. Trnvellnar Llbrarlcn. The traveling library movement In the State continues to grow in popu? larity, as Is evidenced by the fact that the Traveling Library Department of the Slate Library has about exhausted Its supply of hooks for schools and communities. AH of the school libra? ries, all of the ceneral, and all except two of the special libraries are now in circulation, and, besides. there are eighteen schools and two communities which cannot be suppled with libra? ries for lack of hooks. However, sonn? now books, composed of the be=t ami Can Work low Even Her Washing When a woman cannot do her house work, she is in a bad fix, and so is her family. Many are unable, by reason of womanly ailments, weakness, etc., to do the work they would like to do, and some, like Mrs. Ocie Jett, of McMinnville, Tenn., are unable to do any work at all. In describing her condition, in a recent letter, Mrs. Jett says: "I had what the doctors called "inflammation," and was troubled with other womanly ailments. I lay in bed 27 days, and although the doctor came every day, he did me no good. Finally, he advised a very serious operation, but I would not consent As 1 had often heard of Cardui, I decided to give it a trial. When I had taken two bottles, I was going about the house doing my work. Now, I do it all, even my washing. I can truthfully say that I don't believe I would be living today, if it hadn't been for Cardui." How many women are there in this town,?who are in ill-health, as a result of womanly weakness? They, all of them, You, if you are one, would be benefited by Cardui, the woman's tonic. It will help the simple/ ailments, like headache,! backache, irritability, nerv? ousness, tired feeling, general weakness, etc., as well as the serious cases like the one which has just been described. Won't you give Cardui a chance to help you? HG 18 FIRST WEEK CLOSES TO-DAY SECOND WEEK OPENS TO-DAY Announcement of Prize Winners begins To-Morrow Morning and thereafter daily until the seven 1 st Week lucky ones are named. SEVEN CASH PRIZES WEEKLY j TO-MORROW IN THIS SPACE \ WE WILL ANNOUNCE The First Prize Winner of the First Week Contest Jand each day thereafter the name of a prize [ winner until the Seven First Week ' Winners have been printed. RULES AND CONDITIONS This contest is absolutely Tree. All Second Week Jingles must be delivered at the Puritv Ice Cream Corporation's office. Jefferson and Cary Streets, not later than 12 o'clock Thurs? day. January \9, 1911. The name of the First Prize Winner will be published Friday, January loth; the Second Prize winner will be published Saturday, January 27th; the Third Prize winner Sunday, January 2Sth, and each day thereafter the name of a prize winner will be published in rotation until the seven prize winners of the SECOND week contest have been printed. As soon as the second week contest closes (Thurs? day, January 19th, at noon) the THIRD week contest will begin on that date and hour. Thus: After the second week Jingles have been received there will be daily announcement of prize winners, in rotation, for the second week's con? test, and wc will receive entries for the next week's tontest. Jingles must be written plainly on one side of the paper only. Jingles must not be more than four lines. Write as many Jingles as you please. Each Jingle must contain the words "Velvet Kind" and refer to ice cream. Each Jingle must be written on a separate piece of paper. Deliver us above personally or by mail, sign full name and residence address. I IfTlrrri-t'TTTSMTIflfirT-TiniTTTIWWWIInBPraMfllllllllI IHTIWHSTIITinHlfMTri in nrni 7 Prizes?2d Week First Prize?Best Jingle, $5.00 and one gallon Velvet Kind Ice Cream. Second Prize?Next best Jingle, 54.00 and one gallon Velvet Kind Ice Cream. Third Prize?Next best Jingle, $3.00 and half gallon Velvet Kind Ice Cream. Fourth Prize?Next best Jingle, $2.50. Fifth Prize?Next best Jingle, $2.00. Sixth Prize?Next best Jingle, $1.50. Seventh Prize?Next best Jingle, $1.00. The above list of prizes, Cash and the Velvet Kind Ice Cream, will apply to each week's Jingle Contest until further notice. Sec Rules and Conditions. Read them carefully. If you do not win a prize on the first week contest, try the second week. Watch Our Ad. Daily Write a Jingle Every Day Use any idea you like, any meter of poetical measure, any happy point of view, and try hard to get a selling point in your jingle. Agents Wanted in Virginia and Carolinas It may be you would like to have an agency for the Velvet Kind Ice Cream in your town. If so mention the matter when you send in your jingle. ADDRESS YOUR JINGLES TO Jefferson and Gary Sts., Richmond, Va. Phone Monroe 1862. PURE ICE CREAjvi most modern, as well as many of the standard, works In (lotion, history, bio? graphy, etc.. will soon be purchased, anil these applications filled. The following an; the schools re? cently supplied with these libraries: Ax ton. Henry county; Areola, Loudoun county: RlcevUle, Plttsvlvanla county; Scottsvlllo High School. Albemarle county; lOlberon School, Surry county, and Venter, King Willlum county. Communities: Wllllamsburg Public Library; State Farm. Goochland coun? ty: Koysvlllo, Charlotte county; Bag-] ley's .Mills, Lunenburg county; Mont vale. Bedford county; Fort Mitchell, Lunenburg county, and Conley. South? ampton county. Forecast I Virginia?Fair nod somc vrhnt colder Thursday; Friday un? set tied continued cold; light to mod? erate north to northwest winds. ?Vorth Carolina-?Fair Thursday; Fri? day increasing rluudlurna. probably rain; moderate variable winds. f-peclal Local Data for Yesterday. 1J noon tcmpet'H.ture . ." P. M. temperature . Maximum temperature up to S P. M. Minimum temperature up to 8 P. M. .Mean temperature . Normal temperature . "S Deficiency In lenapcraturc . 8 Deficiency In temperature since March l . 152 Accum, deficiency in temperature since January 1 . 101 Rainfall last twenty-four hours . P Deficiency in rainfall since March 1. 1011 . 5.73 Accum, deficiency in rainfall since January I, 1913 .JS l.oenl Observation S P. M. Yrstcrdny Temperature . at Humidity . 40 Wind, direction .South Wind, velocity . 'J Weather .Clear Rainfall last 12 hours . U CONDITIONS IN OTIfKR CITIES. Place. Thor. II. T. LT. Weather. Ashevllle .34 43 Hi Clear Atlanta .II 46 '.'l Clear Atlantic cit\ ,3i) 32 13 Clear Boston .li .. io Clear Buffalo . I ti I Cloudy Calgary .-'-'t'? -1 ti -24 <'leaLr Charleston ...I- 50 3S Clear Chicugo . '.' 6 -4 Clear Denver .4 1 ?t i Clear Duluth .-23 -It; -31 Clear Qalveston ....68 60 I Cloudy Hattcras .40 44 i!2 Clear Havre .-50 -18 -'.'0 Snow Jacksonville ,.4S .|3 32 Clear Kansas City ... 6 n Clear Louisville ....24 38 23 Clear Montgoi jry . .4S till 28 Cleat New Orleans .IS ?o 36 Clear New York ....'JO 22 8 Clear Norfolk .38 42 26 Clear Oklahoma ....32 10 2fi Clear I'ilteburg ....18 i S 10 Snow Rnlclgh . .... .SO 42 20 Clear St. I?ouls_.10 14 4 P. cloudy St. Paul .-14 -14 -22 Clear San Frajiciaco.nl f.6 r>2 Cloudy Savannah ....46 f>2 30 Clear, Spokane .22 26 24 Cloudy Tamuii. .no 66 :is Clear Washington ..28 36 6 Cloudy "Winnipeg ...-H2 -8 -R? Clear Wythcviile ...28 34 16 Clear MI.VtATURB ALMANAC. January 11, 1312. High Tide: Sun rises ....7;Jfi Morning ...10:2S Sun sets ....till Evening . ..lUiSu CLERKS ARE DISCHARGED Census Work Crippled Because uf Lack of Funds. Washington. January 10.?The dis? charge of 1.100 dorks front the census ofllce to-day because of the lack of funds lias so crippled the thirteenth decennial census work, according to a report from Director Durand to Sec? retary of Commerce nnd Labor Nagcl, that It will be impossible to complete a number of important subjects by .nine 30, the date set by law for tho publication of nil the results. With the reduced force, the director says the following topics cannot oc finished: Occupation statistics; Characteristics of the foreign horn population, classi? fied according to country of its birth; mother tongue of the. foreign born; tenure of homes; defective, dependent arid delinquent classes: animal prod? ucts of farms. Including dairy and poultry products, and animals sold and nlaushtcred. The cause of the reduction In foreo was the recent fiction of Congress |n appropriating a doflclency of $500.000. instead of $1.000.000, as . requested (by the census ofllce. Charters Issued. Paint Bank Ore Company <Inc), Paint rtu.nk, Va. G. T. Thayer. presi? dent. Charleston, \V. Va.; B. y. Suther? land, vice-president: C. L. Lemon, sec? retary and treasurer, both of Paint Hook. Va. Capital: Maximum. $10.000; minimum, $2,000. Object: Mining bus In fp!>. Wain wrlght -Ayers-Carroll Company (Inc.). Portsmouth. Va. T. W. Carroll, presdent. CiiiirloBton. S. (.'.: V. H, Ayers, vice-president; \V. V. Sellers, secretary mid treasurer, both of Portsmouth. Va. Capital: Maximum, $;o,000; minimum. $25,000. Object: fish and oyster bus InesR, Certificate of authority to foreign charter: Peninsula Casualty Company, of Florida, t^ .1.. business of Insurance in the State. Capital stock, $300,000. Commissioner of Insurance appointed statutory agent. Richmond. tlnalneaa at IHatol Ofllce. (Special to The Times-Dispatch.] Bristol, Va., January 10.?In connec? tion with the proposition to estalbl'sh a. separate post-office for Bristol, Va,. thus having two post-offices here, a tiling which Representative C. B. Slemp Is very anxious shall coma to pass, it will be Interesting to know) what the receipts of the ono Bristol office woro during tho month of De? cember. The stamp sale amounted to $,5,735.49. The money orders wrtttoD, 728 In number, aggregated $8,715.28. Tho money orders presented for pay? ment, representing orders for mer? chandiso from the surrounding ter? ritory principally, aggregated $12, 097.02. New Editor Selected. Charlottesville, Va., January 10.?A G. Robertson, of Staunton. has ibeen elected editor-in-chief of College Topics, the semi-weekly pupllshed by the General Athletic Association of ths University of Virginia, to succeed R. C. Moyston, of Memphis, Tonn., re? signed. Mr. Robertson returned to the university last fall after an absence of two years spent in tho West, and onto red the law- department. While at Woodborry Forest he was editor in IiIh graduating year of tho school paper. Ho has been on the Topics' staff this session. S. A. t,. rvovcniOer Kornings. Gross earnings of the Seaboard Air Line Railway during November, 1911, woro $1,9S3,637 against $ I.S? j.461 for the same mouth of 1910, or an Increase of $90,176. Operating ON ponies and tuxes during the montB aggregated $1,455,992 over $1,291.165 of the same period the year before, or an Increase of $164,827. There was a decrease of $74.'it'll lu the not earnings. Lost His Hair, Beard and Mustache Terrible Plight of a Pennsylvania Man Reported by a Prominent Citizen: "About two years ago my hair, heard and mustache started 10 come out in spots. These spots were entirely bare of hair. Seeing PARISIAN SAGE advertised: I purchased four bottles, und after using two of the bottle.-., the hair nunc in until now I have as good a head of hair as I had before this trouble started. I ran truthfully recommend this prep? aration to any one for what it i*- recom? mended lor.?Sam Galcler, Jamison City, Col. Co., Pa. Ort; it, 1911." Please bear in mind that PARISIAN SAGE is not guaranteed to grow hair on bald heads, In Mr. Galder's case the hair root was not dead, and there is no good reason I why PARISIAN SAGE should not dc I ju*t what he writes it did "The hexl lirnc Mr. Galdcr ramr intc my store after purchasing the PARIS? IAN SAGE," writes the druggist who sohl him. "his appearance was so dunged 1 did not know him." PARISIAN SAGE is without doubt the most efficient hair grower. Iicatttifter and dandruff cuic in tlie world. .tnd_ peo? ple who arc wasting time with ordinary commercial tonics should wake up. PARISIAN SAGE will banish dan? druff, stop falling hair and itching scalp: will put life, lustie and beauty into faded hair, or money back. It i? a most de? lightful and refreshing tonic, for men women and children, barge bottle SO cents at Traglc's and druggists the couo* try over.