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TAFT AND SUMP
ARE INDORSED Ninth District Congressman May Be Renoniinatcd Without Opposition. REPUBLICANS MEET Committee Selects Bristol as ?Place for Molding Convention. February ji the Date. [Special toThcTlincs-Dlspatch.1 Bristol, \ u., January lo.?The Re? publican committee ot tne Ninth Vir? ginia District met at the itotcl Bristol to-uay. Chairman t'cter j. Davenport presiding, ???????i llxed Bristol as tho place, and VYeuncsuay, FooiUnry 21, aa Uic date for trio homing of a district convention to elect delegates anu al? ternates to the Rcpuiincun National Convention, 'i tie busts of represent!! lion wlj be jiiv vole lor every llliy cast for Kent lor Governor. Ail eoun-| ties except Uilcs, Buchanan, Tazcwell and Piiiankl were represented. Ktso lutiotiu indorsing the Taft administra? tion for ronoinlnallou, und sicmp'j course in Congress were oltere-1 by I.. I- Summers, oi Aulligdon, while A. I'. Crockett, of \\ ise, oifered a resolution indorsing the Ropuolican Statu organi? sation. Tho resolutions offered by Mr. Sum? mers provoked Opposition? no1, that the members of the committee opposed tue sentiment expressed in them, but because of the point raised by former Senator A. T. Lincoln as lo whether it would be proper for the committee lOj act upon such resolutions In aavancei of any expression from the masses of; tho party. Mr. Lincoln was supported.] In this view by David f. Eaiiey. a. ilray Gllrr.tr, ot Olistol, and Cnairnian, Davenport, but upon an appeal from the chairman s deciBion, the commiltcej voted for the adoption of tho rcsolu-j lions, there being but one dissenting volco. Emory 11. Chase, who represent ed Dlckcnson county, voted to sustain! chair, and explained that he did so! becauee he favored Itooscvelt for the presidency, although he was hoarilly| In favor of the renomlnatlon of tflcmp for Congress. The sentiment of the! committee was unanimous lor Klomp.I indicating that lie mny be rcnonlnaled] without opposition. The resolutions adopted follow: "Uesolvcd, That we. the members of the Republican committee of th? Ninth] Congressional Dnstrlct of Virginia, In a meeting assembled, hereby give our unqualified Indorsement of the wise and patriotic administration of our| President. William Howard TafL We believe that he Is the log'cal candidate] of our party and that his re-eitctlon to the presidency Is Imperatively de-, manded by the people of this nation, und that his re-election constitutes the] best guarantee of continued prosperity of our couutry. "Wc heartily Indorse our present; representative In Congress. Hon. C. Ua scorn Slenip, congratulating him1 upon the ability shown and the bdcctsb he has exhibited in serving our people! and district. ??We indorse tho present organiza? tion of our party In Virginia and ca.l upon the Republicans lo eland b\ ourj Uiule cnuirman anu nutionul Commit: tteinan und sustain tnetn In their ef? forts lo buna up a strung arid militant Republican parly In the olale it. order that Virginia may be restored to the prominent place she onco held in the councils of the nation, and to tins end we pledge to them our hearty support untl co-operation." Prominent among those in attend? ance at the committee meeting were: Chairman Davenport, L. P. SurJtnerS, R, J. Summers, of Washington county; A. T. Lincoln and R- A. Anderson, of Smyth county; A. P. Crockett and Johni GoOdloe, of Wise; B. B. Chase, 6t Clint.I wood. Dickinson county, Frank B.own low. of Abingdon; J. T. Chance and I* B. Howard, of Lee county, and G. E. Goodell, representing the city of Bristol. Races Postponed. Charleston. S. C, January 10.?Gen? eral Manager Pons, of the Charleston Fair and Racing Association, to-night announced that the opening of the races at the Palmetto track, scheduled to start Wednesday, January 17, would be postponed to January '.'l. A heavy ?le:t storm has rendered the. track im? possible to race upon. School Work in Tsiewell. Prof. j. B. Blnford, of ihc Co-Operuuec Education Association, left the city last night for a trip to Tazewell county, where he will deliver educational mtdresii-s at X'ocahonuit. Gruhum. Rlchland>. Cedar Bluff sad other placjs. On Friday Mr. Blnford <xlll 2*.l3t Superintendent W. Archie Thomp QSn in a techers' institute to be held at Taiewe'.i Courthouse. Secretary of State and Mrs. Knox Their Intent picture, token In Wnnliliiftrlon. PROFITS HIDDEN BY THE PACKERS Government Shows Why Prices Went Up Following Panic of 1907. Chicago, January 15.?explanation of tho risc In the price of fresh meat following the period of financial de presaion In 1907 was given In the trial of the ten Chicago packers to-day. By the hooks of Morris & Co., and the testimony of Harry A. Timmtns. Its chlof accountant, It was ahown by the government that the practlcc of credit? ing the beef account with the value of the hides, amounting to about 13.60 j an animal, was discontinued between I November 1907, and April, 1003. The result, the government declares.) waa to increase the test cost of beef : and mako It possible for the packers to raise the price of fresh moot with? out showing excessive profits. The government expects to show j that IT1O8 was the rr.o:<t profitable year In the history of the fresh meat bus- I lne.ss up to thut lime. Although the average volume ?' bus- I Iness continued, the same allowances made for hides ceased, as is shown from the following entries read from Morris i Co.'s books; Received Credit from salo Month. for hides, of all hides. November, 1908. . $153.02 1253,824.18 December. 190S.. 215.02 278.960.2S January, 1909 ... ?-?15.16 I50.603.it February, 1909.. 213.60 i5i.3in.Gi March, 1909. 210.00 231,806.00 In April. 190J, when the government declares the credit for h.dts was re? sumed. Morri? 4: t.'o. made an allow? ance of 165,776.24 on h.des. wh le the by-prouucls so.d for 1112,i34.3,3. Tlmmtns was asked it u.cc harge made into the niue account lor April, lau;?, was made on tne same basis in Mere other munins, unu tne witness rep,led mat 1: was to tar as lie Knew 11 a nUSlUKO was ipauc ill not Stliu ing down the injures lor a.ues for a ' certain mohtn, it ungiu go over to an? other montn," explained the witness. "Do you know ol any period wnere tills omission was tiiaae;" asiten Attor? ney f.lieiv. ?'.no; 1 am merely suggesting a way in which It couid occur' ttuu the wit? ness. t'nprodluhlc Venr. Washington u C January 15.?That the past year has been mo most un? profitable to ihu packing nouse muus iry ir. a tiecaoe was tne assertion made in tne repott or tue executive commit ice to tne American -Meat Backers' .isaociation, wr.ich assenioied here to? day tor its annual session. "'ihe uncertainty ?nlcti prevails iri' many lines of business as to Just waat thu government considers legitimate j opera lions." Is given by the eommittee us the reason. This uncertainty, it says, ?ieaus to retrenchment of cap? ital, minimize:- development and leaves Ith effect upon both capital and labor. ? i This association, it adds, should lend' its voice to a demand that Congress thoroughly Investigate conditions and then pass new law? or revise old ones eo that they may bee learly under? stood by nil of the business Interests of tho country. Secretary of Agriculture Wilson told the packers that his department had done much in driving out disease among American cattle and that this are FOR COLDS AND HEADACHES, INDIGESTION AND SOUR STOMACH. CAS AND FERMENTATION, CONSTIPATION AND BILIOUSNESS.WITH MOST SATISFACTORY RESULTS. IN THE CIRCLE ON EVERY PACKAGE OFTHE GENUINE THE WONDERFUL POPULARITY OF THE GENUINE SYRUP OF FIGS AND EUXIR OF SENNA HAS LED UNSCRUPULOUS MANUFACTURERS TO OFFER LM1TATIONS. |N ORDER TO MAKE A LARGER PROFIT AT THE EXPENSE OF THEIR CUSTOMERS. IF A DEALER ASKS WHICH SIZE YOU WISH. OR WHAT MAKE YOU WISH. WHEN YOU ASK FOR SYRUP OF FIGS AND ELIXIR OF SENNA, HE IS PREPAR? ING TO DECEIVE YOU TELL HIM THAT YOU WISH THE GENUINE MANUFACTURED DY THE CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO ALL RELIABLE DRUGGISTS KNOW THAT THERE IS BUT ONE GENUINE AND THAT IT IS MANU? FACTURED BY THE CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO ONLY NOTE THE NAME CAUFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. PRINTED STRAIGHT ACROSS,NEAR THE BOTTOM. AND INL, THE CIRCLE.NEAR THE TOP OF EVERY PACKAGE.OF THE lt?K252EK553! GENUINE ONE SIZE ONLY. FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING MINIATUREPICTURE DRUGGISTS REGULAR PRICE SOc PER BOTTLE. OF PACKAGE, SYRUP OP FIGS AND ELIXIR OF SENNA IS ESPECIALLY ADAPTED TO THE NEEDS 0? LADIES AND CHILDREN. AS IT IS MILD AND PLEASANT GENTLE AND EFFECTIVE, AND ABSOLUTELY FREE FROM OBJECTIONABLE INGREDIENTS. IT IS EQUALLY BENEFICIAL FOR WOMEN AND FOR MEN. YOUNG AND OLD FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING DRUGGISTS. ALWAYS BUY THE GENUINE. California Fig Syrup Ca work would be continued until, there was not a single tuberculosis or fever tlckcd food atuuiHl left in the country. The sect clary was given a tremendous ovation. President Allcrdlce, of tho associa? tion. In his address said then ackers had nothing to fear from laws for government supervision and regulation of corporations, if enacted on proper lints. SHE LOVES A WAITER UclrcHn Tellh Why Stic lion Awjy to Xcn York. Now York. January 15.?Violet Bueh ler, the sovenie.en-year-old girl, re? puted to no ncirees to 1100,000, who was arrested here to-day as a run? away, admitted at the Children's So? ciety heaanuartera to-nlgnt tnat -she came to this city hocause of her love for the waiter, "Jack" Clune, and not simply because she wanted adventure in the metropolis. "I met Jack In Chicago," she aald to-nlgut, "where he was a friend of one ot the employes In our hotel. I was In love with him, and wanted to marry him. but my motaer?I moan my foster-mother?was far too strict. 6no seemed to think 1 wae too young to nave a biau. Anyway, she did not use jack, and wouldn't let mo see hiin. But I managed lo do so Just the same. "He used to write me letters ad dressed to Bella Boss, and 1 gel them at the call box at ini hotel Then no went to New fork and wrote me al? most every day, telling me ol the good limes a'' could have here, ami anally no oogun scnuing me money. I saved up some, too, ana decided to conic acre to see him. ?"1 nere is nothing more to e&y. Jack Is a nnc, feilow. 1 like him, and he lias always tr;uted me propel ly." Superintendent Walsh, oi tne Chil? dren's .-society, oecUreu that the girl's cuse is ne.ing Lhorougnly Investigated, ll was said mat an arrest was likely. CUTS OUT HIS FEED Chicago. 1H-. Junuary 15.?Albert Braun manager of a specialty company her--, has been deserted by his wile, and ne asserts that he will eut notniug until she returns, the has been gonu nearly torty-eignt hours, and Brauu Ueciaica last ntgnt tnat he had ral t.iK-.n ot ho tooa since she left. When Mrs. Braun went away she left a note telling nlm tnat the was leaving because a..e inougiit sue was a hindrance to his success. Tnat day he rccelvcd an increase in salary. He j hurried home to teil her ot tils Iuck, | but v. hen he arrived there she was gone. Unc couple navu been marrieu less than a year. WOULD RECONSIDER VOTE Albany. N. Y., January 13.?Jt be? came known to-day that a movement has gained considerable ncuiiway among legislative leaders here looKing to tne withdrawal of New York State's ratltication of the proposed federal Income tax amendment, wnlch was passed last year. There 1 j little doubt but that the matter will be brougnt up for action of some klna soon. The affirmative of thirty-five State! Is necessary to ratify tne proposed amendment. Thirty States have rati lled it. seven have reiustd to ratlfy ?nd ten have not yet taken decisive action. An Important iiuestlon, however, is l wniM; \ irgiinu uuil Aortb t'arollun ? i-Mir tucaunyi voiuer east uoil ecu trui |Miruuu>i U uuutBuiij, Itura vtiiu ri?ing icuii.t raiore; nnsn uurtuvtest ivinus. Special Local liaia for Yesterday. 12 noon temperature. ST ? l". m. teinpemiure. .Maximum temperature up to i i: m. 29 Minimum temperature up to s P. M. 15 Mean temperature. Normal icinperaiurs. iieltciency in temperature. iti Denciency iu temperature since Maren 1. 236 Accum. Deficiency in temperature since January 1. 203 Itainiuil lust twenty-tour hours. .Trace l/oiivle-ucy in ruiniali since .March i. tan.c.io Accum, ueflclency in rainfall since January i. Hm 2.0.70 1 Local Observation a i\ M. Yesterday. ? IVmpera iure .,. 25 ? il?niiuity . j,o I iv iuu, uirection .x. \V. IVind, velocity. j I IVeatner .'.Cloudy ituintuil last twelve hours.U'race CONDITIONS IN i ?ii'ohTANT CITIES.' tAt s r. M. blastarn standard 'lime, i i Mace. Ther. H.T. L.T. Weather As.icvtllo - lo 2<> iu Clear I Atlanta . li :;o is, Ciear Atlantic City. , '.'4 36 24 Cloudy Boston . 33 34 32 Cloudy MuiTaio . . is 0 clou.lv S?,|fary ,? 41 :s P. clo'udv Charleston ... ?g ij 2x Cloudy " Chicago . I o ~3 clear Denver . 54 tiii as cloudy iDuluth ..-8 ? -22 Clear Oalvcstoii - 50 :,g 42 Clear jllatteras .34 3t> 22 Cloudy I Havre . 4.) 1? ( OltVdy Jacksonville .. 44 62 32 Clour Kansa8 City .1 6 -6 Clear jDoulsvilD- - 1 in j Clear , Montgomery .. 22 :iii 2K clear New Orleans.. 12 .2 42 Clear New York .... 2u ::s 2? P. cloudy Norfolk . 26 30 22 .Snow Oklahoma .... 26 30 20 Clear Pittsburgh ... s is a Clear Kalclgli. 2s 36 24 Clear .St. Doiiis . -2 4 -2 Clear rft. Paul . -S 0 -18 Clear San Francisco. 52 SS 52 Cloudy Savannah .... 36 44 "0 Clear Spokane . 3S 3S 32 Cloudy I Tampa. 50 54 4 1 Clear Washington .. 16 2S 14 Clear Winnipeg .... -2 -2 -22 Clonriv pVythcvlllc ... S 24 s C.loudy MINIATUR? ALMANAC. , January 16. 1912. HIGH TIDB. Sun rises.... <:24 Morning.... 2:49 Sun sits..... 1:16 Evening.... 2:53 Lugging coal and ashes up and down stairs is needless, wearing, crippling work. The strain on a woman is as bad now as it was in the days of the old tread-mill punishment for crimi? nals. Why do it? Why shiver and freeze through another winter, with crude, old-fashioned heating methods? Why continue to pay the highest cost for the drudgery, fuel waste, dis? comfort and dirt of old-fashioned ways? Why not put in at once Radiators Boilers These heating outfits are now so simple?comfort at a turn of the valve? like telephoning the cellar for heat. 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Write Department N-38 ' 816-23 S. micntgan Avc Chicago Pabllc Showroams at Chiasgo. Nt.?.- York, Boston, Philadelphia, Buffalo, Pittsburgh. Clevelaad, Cincinnati, Detroit. Atlanta, Birmingham, New Orleans. Iadlartrpolia, Milwaukee, Omaha, Minneapolis,St. Louis, Kansas City, Denver,Seattle,Portland, Spokane,San Francisco, Braatford (Out.), London, Paris, Brussels,Berlin, D?sseldorf,Milan, Vienna whether a Slate has power to withdraw its approval. Ohio and New jersey just after the close of the Civil War ratified the fourteenth amendment to the Constitution of the United States and afterward rescinded their action. Hut William H. Seward, Secretary of State, refused to accept the second ac? tion, and held that the two States must abide by their first decision. Now York Stale at first ratified the fifteenth amendment and later rescinded Its ratification, but Hamilton Fish, Secre? tary of State, would not accept the sec? ond vote. 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January 15.?The Kan-Su im? perial army, after much fighting, has succeeded in pushing its way to with .ng sixty miles of than-Fu. The on ;ire province of Shcn-SI Ih In a turmoil. Jlany towns have been looted and do? tiert ed. i'he reported massacre of 10.000 Uanchua by rebels in the Shen-Sl dla rlct Is confirmed. Conditions in tne interior of China tre graphically described In an Inter, /lew with Adolph Herman, who went lo TalyUan-Ku to rescue women and .-hildren of the China inland mission, cle says: The Impression I got from the ro? ods was far from luvorable. There aas no responsible licad. and some twenty men in various kinds of uni? forms had possession of the railroad dtation at Ching-Ilsl?ff-listen. U:i showing my passport und papers from lhc Cnltud States legation, written In Chinese, I was escorted to the com? mander nearby. This officer had sev letal hundrud soldiers with no two ?inlfO'tTie alike and various kinds of rifles. I ?'The city of Taiyuan-Fu showed ro*v after row of empty stores in the best business quarters of the city. On ] ' reach'fig the official quarters wo were i informed that a party of twenty-one ! foreigners, mostly women, were soon j I due. \Vc wont to Vnng-Chuen lo meet' them and were delayed for four days] I there on account of tho lighting. "On the night of December 10 a | train with twenty wounded, passed; through to Talyuan-I'll, and during the night 50d cavalrymen entrained with? out horsea and went out to the scene of th" lighting. On the ne\t afternoon n ? general retreat began. The tirst train j carried General Yno. commander at Nlan-Tsu-K wan. who had with him j about 100 men. Then other tralnloads. containing in all about 2,000 Hoops, passed In succession. j "All day long stragglers arrived at j Tan-Chang, and we apprehended trou? ble, but a train came from Talyuan-Fu to meet them. Towards evening two ot tho stragglers tired their rlllc.s near the station, and the men, supposing the Imperials were on them, made a gen? eral scramble for the nearest hills. Only after discovering that their com? rades barf caused the firing did thev return with src.it cuution and get 0111 hoard tho train, which speedily depart- 1 cd for Taiyuun-Fu. On the 13th we made our departure towards the cast and after rcacnlng Nlan-Tsu-Kwan* were sent through to Shih-Chla-Kwans unmolested. The rebels complained that the range ot their guns was too short, and so they had to lice before j the Imperialists. Some of their now re- j emits did not know even how to ( handle their rillcs, and others of them : were armed with spears." The provinces of Shen-Si and ihan-a'i, j in which the reported massacre uf I lo.OOO Manchus by rebels Is now con- 1 firmed, have been hotbeds of tho rev- j olutlon for some months. On Deceit)-I her S news was received by messenger I from Blah-Fu, the capital uf Shan-Si.! that 8.000 Manchus had been slain inj the province up to thai date. A column I of Imperialist troops has been uper- I atlng in the dlstriot 10 suppress the re- 1 bellten, but the slaying <>( Manchus has continued steadily. CrulNvrt) an,1 Transport? Salt, Shanghai, January 1:..?Three cruis? ers and three transports, conveying three battalions of revolutionary" in? fantry, eight machine guns and three! mountain guns, sailed from Shanghai 1 10-dny for chi-Tu A large force of j revolutionaries is reported to have concentrated seventy tulles soulh of Su-Chow-Pukow Railroad line. Jfo Decision Itcnohcd. Peking, January |j.? Discussion re? garding the quesiion of the abdication uf the fr'inperor continues, but up in this evening has not resulted in any decision being reached. Tho court Is 1 unable to reconcile the conflicting ad- ? vice of tho different factions. Some Manchu loaders urge that the Riiipcrpr abdicate and remain in po? king! whllo tho Chi nose contend that abdication would he futile unless the court departs from the capital. It is understood that the plans for the ab? dication have undergone delay pend? ing the dual arrangements Including the place of retirement, the guarantee of pensions and other terms offered by Hie Republicans. There hits been great difllculty in devising assurances for carrying out tho Republican pledges. No confi? dence exists In the ability or In tho firm intention of Ihc rsepublieans to observe their promises. It is bolloved that certain legations TO (TBE A COIJ? IS ONli DAT Tatt? LAXATIVE CUOMO Quinine Tablet*, DrusxIMa rofuna money if It fall? to eure. H. XV. onOVK'S litmattiie !? ou e?>.h box. 25c have been approache by Premier Yuan .Shi Kal. and these have telegraphed to their governments to usecrtaln whether any measure of foreign medi? ation which would result In foreign guarantee could be devised. Yanking1 the Mcccn. Nanking, January 16.?The southern capital is now the meecd of repre? sentatives of big financial syndicates, leading commercial house?, loan brokers, concession hunters and sol? diers of fortune of all nationalities, All of them are eagerly seeking In? terviews with President Sun Yat Sen. There Is reason to believe that strong pressure is being used to per? suade Sun Yat Sen to give a pledge that ho will Immediately retire in favor of Yuan Shi Kal; otherwise, it Is pointed out. Yuan can indefinitely delay tho peace settlement. It is also reported that Sun Yat Sen has re cclTtj'd assurances of financial as? sistance, armaments. and sup? plies in return for bonds heavily discounted and other big concessions. Special trains are bringing into Nan icing prominent persons, who are seek? ing to confer with the President. It Is significant that several of the. most prominent callers are connected with the felting government and Yuan Shi Kal, Tin- Inauguration of the republic was quietly celebrated to- "ay by a reception hehi at the resident of Presi? dent Sun Yat Sen. which was attended by .ill the official -, who have been ap? pointed since the formation of the l!e publiean Cabinet. Husband's Hair How About it Madam, is it Fall? ing Out or Growing Thin? Don't Lose It Mi-; husbands arc carriers regardi'iS! their hair?many are skeptical rcv;ardi?; itai: tonics, restorers and the like. It i- only whcii their hair rumcs but in combs iull ili.u they really mi up ami take notice. li your luit hand's It a i r falling: if he' has dandruff oi alp itch, tio.t't let it make a baldlioad of liim, get a 50-cent. buttle of PARISIAN* SACK to-day, rub it on lti= hair every night until * dandruff rocs, hair stops falliiig and the new growth appear.-. Then \nc \ it ovcrv other night until the hair is thick and abundant. 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