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REPELS REBELS More Than 200 Killed and Equal? ly As Many More Wounded. Teplc, Mexico, April rs.? (By courier lo El Paso. April 30).?V.'lth 220 dead ?vad moro then this number wounded, many of whom were Unable even to crawl from the field of battle, ;. hand of 2,000 rebels under Manuel u rrero lias been completely routed ... tho garrison of this City, nided by tne lo? cal police. The attnek began April 2i. the rebels demanding tlie surtendet of the gar? rison. Colonel Martin blsplnozn re? plied by means of a camion bull, which landed In the hidist of i. number of the rebels, killing three. At ;> o'clock in tho afternoon the rebels attacked Teplo from the north, east aim west. In the garrison were 475 foyal fed? erals. It was seen that the rebels would enter if possible by the main roads which penetrated the I cart of the capital. Colonel Bsplnoxa sent a third of the Btate Police, mounted, ti each of the main loads, to repel lilt rebels. Be? hind them were placed six squads, ot fifty regulars each. The foot police, aimed with rilles. wv-r? distributed through the illy. On ihc root of the Cuai tel three men opisrAted a three pounder, throwing Solid snot into the 1'ebelS us they were approached. A. each Of the three entrance ways raplu fire g uns were plani ? ?; The steady lire of the three-pounder gave first warning to the inhabitants that the battle was on. It did such deadly work on the approaching rebels that they were di layed. The garrison meanwhile transported abundant am? munition to all the outposts and com? pleted all necessary preparations. At 5 P. M. the bugles In the ca? thedral tower shrilled tin. call to bat? tle. Doors wore barricaded, shutters clanged on windows, and Topic burled itself within its three-foot walls, while the handful of defenders gathered themselves into one mass ready to re? ceive the onslaught of Guerrero's lioreles. t Machine <;uus Opeu Fire. It was not long .11 coining. Even as tin: reports of tho Ilrst bugle call died into sharper command to open inc. three half-hidden machine guns responded with an opening rattle. The .voting gunners of the r'ederul army had the range ati.i the elevation; rebels began lo fall by ones and twos here and there, then by squads, a.- the as? sailants advanced. Despite the hail of destruction' rag? ing through their ranks, the rebels rushed on. seemingly increasing in numbers, until thoy were within 200 } arils of the stone walls which hid the machine guns and the waiting cavalry. Then for one instant the song of the rnpld ftrcrs censed. The cavalry, sabres and carbines sheathed. but with revolvers in each hand, and the, bridle reins hung about their necks, leaped to meet the foe. It was a short sally, but it took the rebels by surpr'se. and many of them t, II. With sabres the mounted police quickly cut their way lo the second line of rebels, where there they turn? ed, und amid a hail of bullets gal Ipfied to the cover of the walls. The rebels, thinking the force of t "arrlson had retreated, followed In a headlong charge. Then from machine gone and rifles well con? cealed, came a leaden rain that caused Sun. Hon. Tut, Vid Thu. FA 5a? ESS "f *?' 1 2 o 4 5 e 7 S 9 lO 11 12 13 14 13 16 17 13 19 20 21 22 23 24 29 26 27 25 29 30 ol ?"*r Twins-?(hs Zodiac sign/or May. "Life is a campaign, nut a battle, und has its detents as well as its victories ?"--Don Platt, I We're in the ring with an extra strong lot of athletic un | der wear. For the Progressive, new ' weaves and odd fabrics, i For the Stand-patter, the re? liable balbriggan and BUm i men-weight wool, 50c up. ! But whatever your com | plexion, here are business ! suits that deserve your en? dorsement. Our platform of "Your Satisfaction" does not ; change. We solicit your eu j dorsriment. Suits from $15 to $40. Spring j overcoats $10 to $28. Hats and shoes. the rebels to fall llko leaves. But on they came. Fresh bands of attackers j poured themselves out of the h'lls, und were led by Guerrero himself. This seemed to inspire the rebel ranks, and they gained almost the entrance of the town before their in? creasing dead forced them to drop to j their faces. ' Under cover of heavy firing by the Infantry the cavalry brought Itself to I the Cuurtcl, where they secured fresh supplies of cartridges and scattered ? themselves on the house tops to cover | the Incoming Infantry, still lighting : against the rebels on the rlfn of ih.. to vn. The bugler then sounded retreat, the infantry shouldered rifles and I gained the cuartcl. In to this trap the rebel.- fill as easily as they had '. fallen into the first. They turned to lice, but were prevented' by those i ashing up behind. Standing in the open they attempted to reply to tho deadly volleys of the Federals, but panic soon finished the woik tho Federals ami the police had begun. Advance Underway. At Rebel Front. Esculon, Mexico, i April .TO.?The southern advance by the rebel army is now well underway. Indications n.-c that within three or fou.- days Or or Co will be within strik? ing distance Of the Federals near! Torreon. Scouts report that llucrtas j men appear to be preparing only for defense. Fairbanks-Morse Engines Gasoline, Kerosene or Low-Grade Oils For All Power Purposes Sizes 1 to 500 H. P. Horizontal and Vertical Type? Slow speed, conservatively rated, 4-cycle engines that are simple, reliable, economical, durable. Absolutely Guaran? teed as to material, workman? ship and power. Remember our service department is available for any repair work on engines of our ma e. Fairbanks, Morse ?Sc Co. Traakllu & Governor Sto, Blchmond, Va. Headquarters for Gasoline and Oil Engines, Dynamo* and Motor*. 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Only one complimentary set can be allowed for any one family. 5 Volumes Peathtr Weigh: liditioa FREE ISM AY PLANS SAFE STEAMSHIP (Continued from First Pa<gc.) or nny representative of liils coin company had attempted to reicisuro the Titanic between the time saio went down and the hour the real news of the disaster became public. Ho as? serted that u wireless messuage, which he directed to Vive-President. Franklin from the Carpathla on Monday morn? ing. April 1"., did not reach, that of llclal until Wednesday, tho 17th. Mr. Ismay said the Titanic wsis not u "speed boa\," but had teen constructed under orders given by him ten mnke her I tin- biggest and best coulinped vessel! allont. No cost limit had been set. Ilulldcrn r.t Fault. ?How did it happen that the Titanic ha I only twenty life boats?*' "That was a matter for' the build? ers." "In view of this experience you have just gone through do you not tli'nlv ii would be better to have the number <>l lifeboats requited on ship based "n passenger capacity Instead of tonn age?" "1 Ihink." said Mr. Ismay, "in view of this catastrophe, that the whole I question of life-saving alifllances and \ I devices should be carefully gone into i.. determine just what should bo J ' done." I "If the Titanic lml Cc rrled double! 'or treble the number of lifeboats' would there have In en more livus saved " asked Senator Smith. i "Undoubtedly." ? Are you willing to ??Unit that you are in favoi ?'f so I net eating the , number of lifeboats?" 1 i "Perfectly. 1 have given Instruc- . lions already that none of our ships shall leave port wlthoWt boats suf? ficient to cure for nil lh< passengers. In Increasing the numlvsr of lifeboats I we probably shall liave to mako | changes in the construction of the sli ps. As It is now wc will have to cut down the nUb.ber -<f passengers." Mr. Ismay told of th? great field of j Icebergs that greeted those in tho boats when dawn brohY lie said he did not see the steanuV CallfOrnlan. Senator Smith then asfevd him point? edly what he did after hi boarded tho Carpathla. Courts Investigation. "I understand thai my conduct on board the Carpathla Ins been BOVerely criticized," said Mr. Ismay. "I court the fullest Investigation at the hands of tho committee. 'I'.je tacts in the ease are these: Whan I went aboard 1 was standing with my buck against a biiikhi ad when sonio one came to mo and suld: "Go Into Uie saloon and have a bite of something hot or a drink.' "He repealed It twice, but t told him . I would be happier If I could gel ort by myself. He took me by the arm und led me to a room, which proved to be the doctor's room. I was not out of there until -the Ckvrpathin docked. I . was 111 and ale no sol d food on the ^run into New York. j "The doctor did not neve a suite of apartments on the .snip. He had his one sinull room wlvlch lie slept and ! dressed in himself. I'eople were com |ing and going through this room all the time." "What can you say. Mr. Ismay, as to I the treatment yon Have been accorded by this committee?" "I have no crlraVIsm whatever to Offer," said IVr. Ismay. "1 wus na? turally disappointed not being per? mitted to go home, but f suppose you bad good reason for keeping me here." "Do you think now that such was the wisest course'.'" "Yes, 1 think it was." "Do you know of any criticism that lean be madn of the officers and the [ crew of the Titanic*?" "None whatever." Mr. Smith then said no would put I Into the record copies ol letters pass? ed but ,veen himself and Mr. Ismay rc '? laling to the holding of Mr. Ismay. Mr. Ismay then said that he would return to this country at any time the committee might want him, and that all the Information the committee might want would be at its disposal. -Mr. Ismay Was then excused, after Senator Smith had tnnnke'd him for I his testimony. "I plan to sail for Kugland Thurs? day on the Adriatic." said Mr. Ismay. Asked about subpoena.-- in damage suits, Mr. ismay said he would be in tills country in a few weeks, and that ' his attorneys would keep in touch with all legal affairs growing out of the catastrophe. After hearing the testimony of a number of passengers the committee adjourned until Friday morning. ismay leaves I.tiny Be Arrested In Ncw York and nrmiKbl Ilnck to Washington. Washington, April 30.?Contempt of court proceedings against J. Bruce Ismay, president of the International Morcnjlttle Miu-lno Company. Joseph <? Uoxhall ami Charles Mghtollcr, survlv'ng officers of the lost Titanic, may in- one of the first developments In a civil action begun here lo-dny to recover for the life of a victim of the disaster. The three men left tho city and went to New York Ignoring sum? monses issued by the District Supreme Court directing them to appear be? fore a rcforee and testify in an action brought by Mrs. i.n.iise Robins, of N. w York, tlie widow of Colonel John Jacob Astor's valet, who was lost with the ship. The action, is nn un? usual one in equity to preserve the I testimony of the officers for a suit j wh'ch may be tiled later, when they may be Without the jurisdiction of a United States court. ismay, Box ha II and Dightoller nc ( opted service from n United States marshal, and after a conference with attorneys boarded a train for New York. The hearing which was await? ing their arrival was abandoned. Attorneys for Mrs. Robins say they will ask the court for attachments to arrest tho men In New York and re? turn thorn to Washington to give testimony. Contempt proceedings against the attorneys who advised them are threatened. Subpoenas also were tssuod for Frederick Fleet, the Tltanic'a lookout, and Harold Bride, one of her wireless operators. titankTsuit Wife of Astor's Valet Asks That Ismay Tell What He Knows. Washington, April 30.?Under a pro? ceeding in admiralty court here to-day, J. Bruce Ismay, managing director of tho International Mercantile Marine, was summoned to nppenr this after? noon before a commissioner to give testimony to bo used in a suit of Mrs. Louise Robins, of New York, against the White Star Uno. Mrs. Rolling's husband. George Robins, valet to Col-J I one] ,If>hn Jacob Astor, was lost In the Titanic disaster. Stihpocnnn. nlso were Issued by the admiralty court fori the surviving officers of the Tltnn'o. j Besides Mr. Ismay, Joseph a. 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Tho court\ is Informed Ihat tho witnesses desired are about to be excused by the Senate investigating committee and will re- j turn to Great Britain, and, unless their j testimony Is now secured, a failure or i delay of justice will result. The proceeding is an unusual one. ] and is known as a bill to perpetuate testimony, which may be hesdcd In a suit not yet tiled. In the petit ion Mrs. Robins allege that through the wrongful net and j negligence at the Oceanic Steam Navi-i K ilbn Company her husband, a rcsi-j dent! of the State of New York, was j drowned upon the htgh seas April l'>, I9|2,l and Claims a cause of action for damages cognisable in the I'nlted Slat as dlsttlct courts sitting In ad? miralty. DIDN'T MEAN ITALIANS Officer Meant Knilgraats of the I.atln Races, Not .Natives of Italy. Washington, April 20.?No reflection on the ltallin notion was Intended by II. G. fxrwe, fifth officer of the Titanic. 1 when he told the Senate committee that he had fired fhots "to prevent Italian emigrant.- from Jumping Into his lifeboat." according to a statement hi Issued to-day through the Italian I embassy here. When he used the word "Italian." he had In mind broadly migrants belonging to l^itln races." "I did not mean to infer." he adds, j "that they were especially Italians, land meant to Imply only that they I were of the types of the Latin races." i , 'Botanic 'Blood Balm Your money back if it fails This is our guarantee help you. Why should you continue to suffer from torturing- skin troubles or from sores, ulcers, rheumatism, catarrh, or any form of weakness and misery that springs from impure blood? This beneficent and power? ful remedy stands ready and waiting to bring you perfect relief just as it has done for thousands of sufferers whose case seemed far more hopeless than yours. Your drupRi^t will supply you. Otherwise write to The Blood Balm Co. Philadelphia or St. Louis. We will see that you arc supplied. Rcmrmbtr our positive gttaran Soja Beans Cow Peas We have nice stocks, recleancd, of high germination and the right prices. Buy before thev advance. BEADLES, SEED MERCHANTS, 3 Stores, Richmond, - - Virginia. Advertising Specialists Wo piuo, v?...i ...... iMuniraio eilocilva sa verthvi.c Every department In charge of as experience speciallit. Confer wllh us. Avoid costly nilitalir*. Cons )ou nothing. FRBBkfAN AUVESTISINO AOENC'Y. I.VC Atutusi JUulldlog, lllchmu id, . ? Vtretnla. ?Pbone UifllfOA Hit SAILORS' BEHAVIOR WAS SPLENDID Wushingion, April 3U.--C. H. Henry Stengel, of Newark. N. J., n manufac? turer and a survivor of the Titanic, testified In the afternoon that he had watched the speed ot the ship Par? ticularly. "When I went to bed Sunday night! ubout ID o'clock. 1 told my wife that the engines were going at an awful rate," he said. "Being a inutiufaetur-. er, 1 have a general knowledge of en-. Bines, and it seemed to me that thei Tita nie's engines were bo'ng strained."' "Where were you when the accl-. dent happened?" "1 was moaning In my sleep, dream-j 'tilg. My wife awakened nie, and Just then the crash came: 1 grabbed Who I clothes I could and my wife put on ft kimono, und we went on deck. '1 In captain ruiid he thought It was se: lou and my wife and 1 put or. life belts.' I "Could you see the people?" "No. but 1 could hear them. It was a terrible wall.' "Did you see any evidence of drink lug among the officers ot the Titanic that Sunday night?" asked Senatoi Smith. j "I did not." Stengel replied, "i re? member hearing a Mrs. Thorite, who' wua at the, dinner parvy Sunday night which was attended by Captain Smith.! remarking that the captain did not drink a drop." Stengel was then . cuscd, , Ismay Recalled, Mr. Ismay was recalled to the Stand, and Senator Bourno began his exami? nation by inquiring into tin history, extent and real status of tue White Star Line, and the owners ol the Ti? tanic Mr. Ismay discussed tho official lati? tude given to captains, and said they were virtually unhampered. They wer< not compelled to keep to the establish? ed lanes, he said, when they felt that safety demanded their deviation; they were not Instructed to the <pced to be maintained, and no specliied time was flxeel for their arrival in port. Everything was left to their discre? tion, he addsd. "What Impression has bee:i made on you as a result of the ditaster?'' asked Senator Bourne, "as t'> the re? forms In life-saving apparatus?" "Well." said the witness. with de? liberation. " I bel'evo there sh)uld be higher bulkheads, double hull: or an extension of tho double botttm and life rafts that will be easy to launch, or which might float free of tic ship when it went down." Senator Bourno 'nquired abort -Mr. ISmay's order that no ships of bis company should leave port without sufficient lifeboat capacity for pas? sengers and crew. Mr. Ismay said the older would be adhered to, c/en If passenger lists on all ships had to be decreased. The witness sat<i that Inspect o;i of I the met chant ships by tho Brit.a:i or I American naval authorities would not he of any assistance or safeguard in their construction. "I would dislike very much to oper? ate ships designed by naval construc? tors," he iaid. "They go about it in a way different frcjm ours." Mr. Ismay was then excuse,;. Grade Teil? Story. Colonel Archibald Oracle t'.-.en was called and 'old of the crash. He told of the efforts to Induce Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Straus to get Into a lifeboat. Mrs. Straus refused to leave her hus? band. "W owatved tho rule against men ?entering ins boats." he w'u'.d. "and urged Mr. Straus to go. He Slid, "No; 1 shall stay here and rhare the fate of the men." Then we abandoned our ifforts." I The witness told of assisting Mis. John Jacob Astor Into a lifeboat and of Colonel Astor'B request, that he be i allowed to accompany her. "Why did Colonel Astor make the request?" Inquired Senator Smith. j "I think because of the condition of Mrs. Astor." said the colonel, add? ing that he believed the officer who prevented Astor from going probably would have permitted It had he | known. Colonel Oracle praised the bravery | and discipline of tho officers and ctcu. 11.- also declared that the behavioi of I the men und women passengers was j heroic. "Not a woman that 1 saw wrung OBITUARY Mm. r. II. Clark. ! t Special to Tho Times-Dispatch.) ! Chester Va. April 30.?The funeral lot Mrs. P. B. Clark, who died heir ill Monday morning, will ho conducted : het-? from her home to-morrow after? noon nt 1 o'clock, Rev. W. Laws n land Rev, Mr. Nettles officiating. Tho j body will be taken by special trolley Sear to Blandford Cemetery, Peters. I burg. The following will be tl.o ^active pallbearers: ('. B. Ornves, C. K. I Bowles, T. J. Shepherd. Eugene Khu i hart, Dr. A. J. Hurt, s. J. Cheathsm, and B. H. Bruce; W. B. Strother, I.. N. Perdue. S. A. Perdue, A. "\ ('urti-. .1. it. Moody, honorary. William R. Manor. [Special to The Tlmes-DTspatch.l Harrlsonburg, Va.. April 30.?W'l Ham E. Manor, aged about llfty-iivo| years, a wealthy and prominent sen; dropped dead to-day In Wainpler Karman's law ofllce. Ho was a mem? ber ?Tf the Harrlsonburg Milling Com? pany, and had wide business connec? tions. He leaves a brother. J. u. Manor, of New Market: a widow and two daughters. William Walker. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.] Emporla, Va.. April 30.?The io mnlns of William Walker, of ply. mouth, N. C, a native of this county, were brought to Emporla yesterday anil burled in Bound Hill Cemetery. Mr. Walker was in his forty-ninth ] year, and Is survived by a young wife '? and three children. Minn Willie llownrd Ikirnri. I Miss Willie Howard Barnes, of Lex? ington, Ky., who recently visited Miss j Helen Rose, of 880 West Grace Street died nt her home In Lexington Monday night of pneumonia Miss Barnes had many friends In I;i<? . ? Otis II. (.minim. ] [Special to The Times-Dispatch.1 ! Providence, R. I-, April 30.--Otis B. Ora ham, leader in secret society . , . clos of Rhode Island and prominent In business here, died to-day after n. brief Illness. He was born at Harper h Ferry, Va., and served during the en . tire war at Springfield, Mass., as United States inspector of small arms and equipment. February 13 last he and Mrs. (Jrahnm celebrated their fif? tieth wedding anniversary. j . DEATHS ELLIS?Died, at 7 o'clock P. >f. Tues : day, April 80, at Virginia Hospital I AMOS R. EELIS, of 2611 West Orace Street. ELLIS?Died, April 29. at her resl i deuce, 511 North Fifth Street, n.fte a long and painful Illness, MARY If. F.LLTS, widow of AtlgU8tll|0 V. Ellis. 1 She leaves ono daughter, Katie M. Kills; two sisters, Margaret E. ami Eleanor P. Lee, of this city; W'lliam II. and Robert E. Lee, of Wilming? ton, Del., to mourn their loss. Funeral from St. Peter's Church THURSDAY nt 10 A. M. Interment la Mt. Calvary. her bauda." ho Ba d. In lowering one of the lifeboats the witness said son' sitting wont wrong and a sailor enlle? out for a Unite. "I called back that 1 had a pen? knife." lie said, "nV.l passed that up !?> him. l don't know what It was u-^cd for, but it struck me as strange that- thero were no tools aboard the lifeboats." Colonel Graclo said that when ho retreated toward the stern .because of the advancing water he was met by I a "mass of humanity." swarming up from the low?r decks. "Among them were many women." | said tho witness, "although wo be- j i . rod all women were taken off." Senator Burton asked Mr. Oracle If I ..ny steward awakened him at the ? time of tho crash. lie said that no ono did. A BrldCai Narrative. Mrs. Dickinson II. Bishop, of Dowaglac, Midi., a brldo on tho Tl. tanlc, who was saved with her hUB bohd, told of the wreck and her ex? periences In the rescue. Mrs. BlshOll said she and her hus tfnnd were talking with Mrs. John Jacob Astor when Captain Smith came along and spoke in an undertone to ? Colonel Astor. Tile latter, said Mrs. 1 Hishop. told the group to put on llfc belts, after which they went on deck. ?'An officer took n.e by the arm and told mo to g?t into the boat quietly," she Bald, "unl my husband wns push-, ed in with DC. Thero were twelve women, thirteen men and three mem hers of the er<w. There were a num? ber of unmarried men aboard." I "What have you to say about the I conduct of t|e officers and crew'.'" asked Senator Smith. I "Their conflict was excellent. All of them behaved splendidly. On our lifeboat wns 'a man whose brother wns on the Titanic. When tho ship sank th's man buried his face In his hamls until 'the ship disappeared, carrjlng his brother down. Then he i did everything he could to cheer up j rhe women, wto were nervous." I Mrs. Bishop then was excused. 1 Dickinson IT. Bishop, her husband. j testified briefly) stating that there was (trouble in closlig the watertight com. ' part merits. "Th" locks a* the watertight com? partment?,' salt Bishop, did not Close properly when the sailors .tried to shut them. I baW tho sailors trying . to turn them and heard them Bay "we can't turn this There's no use try ll.g, Let's go bn the other side." They tried the otherlslde and fnlled again." NEW ACADEMY <>F Ml SIC TO HE ERECTED IN I.VNf TiTHTU; [Special to'.' e Times-Dispatch.] i I.yncnburg. Vs.. April y>?After a confer? ring with Jake. Vielts, well known theatrl csl magnate. whi Is to lease the .bulldln.l when restored, announcement "as made thu mornlnii that the )lani drawn hy Architect llowell, under Hi direction of Mr. Well*, i had been acc-ptcl by thu coinmlttea of the Academy of Muib Company; and ihnt the ' r-:an? ana specifications would immediately , be placed in the V'.nds ot builders for bids. Mr. Wells stated thai there was now n > reai.on that he rod t see to prevent the work being Marled by .'lay IS. and the contract I win be of such a I laracter that he ran wo j no reason why tt ; building could n-jt he I restored In tlmo to be ut^d on Labor Day. I.AD SERIOUSLY IN'JDRED. While fUdlns Blrycle linn* Into Auto and Is Thrown to <? round. [Special to T >? Tlnits-niApatch.l Danville, \a . Ac : ?1. -<.'.rfu.ii. Jacobs, th' f >urtcen-yenr-e:d s n of W. U. Jacobs, a cantractor of this city, was seriously Injured t tin evening. He ? is riding home from the t ill (tajne on a b: ycl?, with a schoolmate ? tttng on the handle bars, when he ran Into the outomobl. of Mrs. It. A. School r Id, wife of the pt sldent of tho Dan Itlvcr M Its, which was n; -jrearn'.ng at a moderate ?I eed. The hoy s--med to lose control .if but machine, and 1. ran against the motor csr with considerable force. Jacobs was thrown back and sustained Injuries to his ;., id and sr. abrasion under tho chin. A la ;e crowd was co:alng from the ball park, and h physician w.-.s Instantly on the spot and rendered first aid to tho Injured lad. He wns th'n rushed to the hospital, where at Hie present tin - his rondltlon. though serious. Is not despaired of. The driver of tV , ar. a white in;in named Charles Wells. CENT. Find Life a Bui Them Know Happincsj Twenty-five per cei Richmond lind life little rc.il happiness vous debility, and modern conditions statement was nintUf1 the specialists *wno arc markablc dcmonstratioin? Miller Drug Company main Street. According to this spccialt and worry incident to metr is too much of a strain on if? man or woman, and chronic ncr bility is the result The spcciali that no individual can hope to or enjoy life when once the established, and that comparat people know the caure of tl health and lack of vitality. "Tired, droopy, half-sick women are very numerous cities," said these specialists have uncertain appetites, poor I little ambition, and feel almost, [for work most of the lime. T 1 from timidity, have no ihlti j haven't enough good, rich bf , vein-, to make them capable ant. Their nerves are in su that they imagine thcmsclve with various diseases at differ The real trouble with them produced by the life they an live. There is little of this ailn I country people. "The medical profession, has recognized these facts fo of years, but little wa? done this ailment, so tar as the g; is concerned, until a tonic \v in liuropc some time ago \ effective. A company n ? ized to put a similar market in the I nitc I is called 'Tona Vita' I it is now being introc I here. W'c luve ':ha, ; Richmond, and nc I fill result.-." Mr. Willis Islington 'graph operator, who .'?sides on mcnt Avenue, city, i -de the followit? statement: "About th years ago I ha u phoid fever, and sufi . relapse. It to<>k nie i ; the conv.il? scent st.tt I very weak and have ii< since. I lud Ik on yet t cd il very seven! mths to get over! and i was left! :r been the samel crvous, could notf ; bleep, my appetite w.c mor and my food! did not digest, but mill lay on my| I Stontach like a picea h i lead, i was oiv the \crge of nervous ostration. I hj tried s numbci ol du )r.-, but tlicy hot help inc much. I read of [ Vita,' and tried it, ail: am happy ' that its action on its trouble huj ' marvelous. ! have taltn two bottj ', am now prat li ally vj ; I cat, ' feel as I have not foj h.-cc ycaj certainly a great incd iilCi andj jay enough in praise 1 The specialists will the Polk Miller 9 A. M. until week, and wilii new tonic to tlf Vita." The understanding fai torj k'i i chtr refunded. thu'lgli r.nt to I ' tona for his 3. I to-rtiofrow. Police Officer to.day m'Srs n lrive?I?ati"r liiK Intoxicated i-ntly uctaiifit f ttie city In I chicken ttllvct, it In mid, th. y to be tntoxlcn: I formally by M alter heartns men ordered ed lubrnllted lame, n finranc ? .1 H. Ml upenJi.l bi eharRinsI while on <jtl ort lu plnlu cloiea" Mid nn Hmrda! wer? ?ecn >? aevl d. The oaj v.e? \ i.yor Woods to-, i? evidend of ihr xapenalon. bo rnenl_ :nelr ease ;rt mader Blot Out the Memory of breakfast spoiled by poor cooking?bread with poor leavening ? muffins that didn't stand up as they J'orter." ' A USE GO CD LUCiq This Baking iowder with its hif>h leavening pwer is a mighty ai'i to better coc;ing. 1 At your grocei'a. The Southern MaiafacturiDg Co^j Richmond, V?. Delightful Summer Beverages A wealth of warm leather siifu;-slions await you at the Schmidt Store. There arc Claret Lemonade. Grape Juice Cocktails-?and hun? dreds of other beverages as thirst-quenching as they are palatable. Clarets, Sauternes, Grape Juice, Club and Sazarack Cocktails. Everything Good to Eat and Drink Mail Orders Filled. Tel. 504-508 Mon. 101-106. E. Broad St.