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BRIGHT FOR PEACE There Will Be Nothing to Dis? rupt Democratic Party Organization. FAR FROM CASE IN G. 0. P. Defeat Js Certainly Staring Re? publican Nominee in Face. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.-) Washington. June 3.?"On to Balti? more" Is the <ry that sounds every? where around ih<- national Capitol when Demo? rats meet to discuss the issues of the day, and though the big convention hall in the Monumental City will not house its multitude of human beings until three Weeks from to-day. the movement toward the Maryland city Is already noticeable. With just twenty-one days interven? ing between this time i-nd the fall of the chairman's gavel, the situation Is most interesting and has almost nar? rowed Itself down to less than a half dozen questions. Among these tiro: Which 01 the Democratic candidates? Wilson. Underwood, Clark or Harmon ? win get Ho- nomination, and v.l.at ure Bryan's chsnces What will Roosevelt do now that his opponents are "on to him." namely, in the refusal of Colonel Harry New to provide him Tuberculosis Medicine Saved This Man's Life TflTSrr.onla Ii n eer'.Oua <llse?ie. and often lay. the foundation for chronic .uns ?rouV.es?somCTlmea TutrtrculoaTJ results. After Pneumonia, or any serious or Stub? born cold. It 1? **?e to take Eckir.an a At t-ratlve, and avoid the ?iar.fter? of disease, /lead of th? recovery In thla case: iK So. tiat St.. Phlla., Pa. "Gentlemen: "I was aufferlnc from a Very ?erlou? abscesied luns, v,-n;ch followed a t,ad attack of pneumonia. My phyalcian ? n'i aptcla-lllt declared my e??? hope!e?i. I om very thankful to you and the Al? mighty God tor the change of health your m?4lclne Ina brought me. "I alio ?Ith to lay that I have fully recovered my health, having been eure? tor o\ er thret yean " <Slcn?<1 Affidavit, THOS. TtEl!.I>V. Uckman'? 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L Bromm Baking Co., 516 East Marshall Street, 501 West Broad. Hopkins Furniture Co., 7 West Broad St. Cash or Credit. Women's and Misses' Outer Garroenls aiafSZi ! V-At Qreentree's Going away soon for your Summer j Outing? If so, don't forget to take along the thing'> that make for comfort. Don't spoil your vacation by wearing Uncomfortable Outfitting. Thin Two-Fiece Outing Suits, $15 to $40. Cool Outing Trousers, in several stvlcs, j 53.50 to $8. Soft Shirts and Soft Collars, in hand? some new patterns, $1 to $6. Cool Underwear, Neckwear, Hosiery, etc., etc. Kirk4Wrish Ca 627 East Broad Street with tickets sufficient to pack the con-i ventlon hull with a thundering sans of rough-house men? This is Democratic year, and there1 ore few persons hereabouts who, knowing the situation, believe other? wise than that the' whole Republican outfit will be run out of the adminis? tration, bag and baggage, next March. While It is natural that each of the Democratic candidates, through his friends, should be fighting the others with every known device to pull off the nomination, there Is more to bring the Democrats together alter the conven? tion than there is on the Republican side. No one has heard anvthlng of Wil? son or any of the other candidates bolting and holding a "rump'' conven? tion In the event of his losing out at Baltimore; each man expects to win. but so far as can be discovered now, there does not exist that animus that will ?ulke any one resort to the knlf lnK process after the nomination is i made unless it is Hearst. On the con? trary, ihe situation three weeks before the big convention never looked better for harmony all along tfce line. But what Is the situation on the Republican side? There are few who are cognizant of passing events who fail to see that the Rocsevelt rough house men are prepared to resort to ythlng to get the nomination. They e itolng to Chicago to get It decently If they can. otherwise If they must, but have it they will, even If a "rump" convention :s necessary to help In the operation. Then what? If Taft gets the nomi? nation Roosevelt will probably run anyhow, claiming that ho was cheated out of his rights and that he should be declared the regular nominee. In that event trie G <j P. will r.e split to aucn a degree tnat no amount of tinkering will mend It In time for the breach to be healed this year. With Taft as the nominee Roosevelt cannot bo expected to keep still. On the other hand, there is little doubt that he will kick over the ropes and that will tend to a Democratic victory this year. Either horn of the dilem? ma la a bad one for the O. O. P. If Roosevelt Is nominated the Democrats and the Taft people will beat him; if Taft is nominated. Roosevelt and the Democrats will turn tho trick. Either way looks bad for the Republicans and (rood for the Democrats. At the Capitol to-day there la Joy among the men who are to take part In tho Baltimore convention?and that means many of them?because tbey see. at last, the clear light of victory coming to crown their efforts, while dark and lowering clouds are gather? ing out towards Chicago. Wilson, Un? derwood or Bryan are the men now picked to rury the G. O. P. and to per? form the last sad rites next November. P. H. McG. THE WEATHER. Forecast i Virginia?Probably fair Tuesday and Wednesday; not much ebiiuge in temperature. .North Carolina?Cloudy Tuesday and Wednesday) not much change tn tem? perature. Speelnl Local Data for Yesterday. 12 noon temperature. S.I 3 P. M tempi ra turf. Maximum tt-mp^ratur* up to S P. M. 88 Minimum temr>?raiuro up to 8 P. M. 6S Mean temperaturo. TS N'ormel temperature..'.. 72 Excesa lp temperature. 6 Exc.ss m temperature- since March |- l. rs Accum, deficiency in t?mperature since .January 1. 41-1 Rainfall last twenty-four hours... .10 Excess In rainfall since March 1 . . 3.till Accum, excess in rainfall since January 1.?.3.50 Local Observation 8 P. M. Yesterday. Temperature . S2 Humidity. 42 Wind, direction ..-.Northwest wind, velocity . J Weather -.Clear CONDITIONS IN IMPORTANT CITIES. tAt 8 P M. Eastern standard Time.) Place. Ther H.T. 1*T. Weather ?Richmond .... 82 S8 72 Clear AtthevHlc ? ?.. 68 .so 62 Cloudy Atlanta . 72 .ss 7u Rain Atlantic. City.. 7.? S2 :? Cloudy Boston . 70 .SI 74 Clear Buffalo . t'.-' 61 61 Ckar Calgary . 5S i>J 32 P. cloudy Charleston ... 7S 86 1-2 P. clouuy Chicago . 62 86 62 Cloudy Denver . 76 .so 53 Clear Dliluth . (> > 66 .'.2 Cloudy Galveuton .... 72 7fi 72 Rain llattr-.ras . 74 82 71 T. cloudy Havre . 58 62 IG Clear Jacksonville ..73 84 78 Clear Kansas City... S2 ss 66 Clear Louisville .... 76 82 64 jP: cloudy Montgomery .. 7S S8 74 Cloudy New Orleans.. 7S !>0 78 Cloudy New York .... 76 SO 70 Clear Norfolk . 7S SS 74 P. cloudy Oklahoma .... Sfi DO 64 Clear Pittsburgh ... 72 7S 64 Cliear Ralvigh . 78 88 72 Cloudy St. Louis. 84 86 64 Clear St. Paul ,_ 66 66 60 CreaV Han Francisco. 72 86 62 Clear Savannah .78 88 7S Cloudy Spokane . 70 70 46 P. clottdv Tampa . 74 l>0 74 P. cloudy Wash.. D. C... 74 80 73 V. cloudy Winnlp?g .... 54 5?. 52 Cloudy Wy-Ovevllle ... 73 82 66 Cloudy M IN IA TU RE ALMANAC. June 4, 1912. ica..... 4:51 Sun so?.?.? -7;25 TEILS INCIDENTS ! IN LIFEJf LEE "Personal Reminiscences" Is ! Subject of Address by Pro- j fessor Grave?. MEMORIAL DAY OBSERVANCE Graves of Old Soldiers at Lex? ington Covered With blowers. [Special to The Times-Dispatch ] ! Lexington, Va., June 3.?Confederate Memorial Day was observed hero to- | day, and the graves of Generals Lee and Jackson received special attention. Professor Charles A Graves, LL. D.. <?? the Univcslty of Virginia, tormcr pio fessor of Washington and Let, deliv? ered an address on ?Personal Reminis? cences of General Ivc.- While President of Washington College." lie was pre? sented by Hon. Greenlee D. Letecher. The address was tilled with tender in? cidents In the lifo of the great South? ern chieftain during the closing years of his eventful life. A big parade, composed of the Vir? ginia Military institute vadet.*. led by their post band. C'Ollfedeste Veterans and Sons of Confederates, marched from Lee Memorial Chapel, in the university campus, to the cemetery, where the graves of the old ?Obliers were strewn with flowers. Among the veterans In the line of march '.vr.re Major William A. Ander? son, former Attorney-General of Vir? ginia, and General Kcott Shipp, long the superintendent of the Virginia Mil? itary Institute. General E. W. Nich? ols, the present superintendent, marched with the Sons of Confederates. A number of crosses of honor were pre eentcd to veterans. Address by Congressman Beflin. (Special to The Times-Dispatch. J 1 Culpeper, Vs., June 3.?Memorial ex? ercises under the auspices of the Daughters of the Confederacy were held here to-day at the Opera House. The principal address was made by Congressman T. J. Heflln, of Alabama, who was Introduced by Colonel S. M. Newhouse Presentation of crosses of honor t*o veterans by Miss Mamij Walte followed the addrcsB of Mr. Heflln, ulso the presentation of a medal offered by ; the Daughters of the Confederacy for , the best essay on the lire of Jefferson ! Davis, which was won by Master Wal? ter W. Cosby and presented 0y Rev. Mr. j PIeasants. The decoration of graves by the wo I men and veterans, accompanied by the ! Minute Mfrn. under command of Captain ? Gibson, and John W. Yowell. marshal of the day, was held at the Falrvlew ? Cemetery. The exercises of the day ' were concluded by a banquet tendered , the old soldiers and Minute Men In the : Masonic Hall. I There was an immense crowd In the city, which was handsomely decorated with Confederate and national flags and bunting. Historie Fing Presented. I [Bpecial to The Times-Dispatch.] ! Asheville. IM. C. June 3.?At the i memorial exerclscF. which were con ducted at the county courthouse this ' morning under the auspices of the I Daughters of the Confederacy of this city, in honor of the Southern soldiers I who died during the Civil War and ? since the conflict between the States. ! Mrs. Zeb Vance presented the Rugh j and Ready Guards with a tllk flag I which they possessed during the war. Th<* tlag was made during the early I part of the war by Mrs. C. G. Aston ; and tne cloth of which It is composed, j w-as donated for the purpose by Ashe vllle women, who were in this city at ' the time that the guards enlisted The flag is bloodstained, and many or ; the women who donated cloth for mak? ing it destroyed their wedding gowns In order that a flag might be made for their hUBbands and friends. The flag floated at the time that tho guards were on duty in and around Peters? burg, and was rescued by Mr. Vance, who was a member of the company. The presentation by the widow of the former Oovernor and Senator was a feature of the exercises, which wern largely attended. The annual address was delivered by Judge James D. Murphy, and the opening prayer was offered by Dr. Roberl F. Campboll, tho pastor of the First Presbyterian Church. At the conclusion of the exercises In the courthouse, the surviving veter? an!; of tho war were served with luncheon, and afterwards the graves at the Riverside and Newton Ceme? teries were handsomely decorated with flowers. Tribute to Jefl'rrnon nnvls. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.] , Uanassas, Va.. June 3.?The annual; Confederate memorial day exercises] were held here to-day by the Mantissas'I ,Chapter. United Dausfhters of the Con? federacy, a procession was forme! at the courthouse and marched to the cemetery, where the Confederate graves were strewn with llowers. Several crosses of honor were be? stowed by the president of tho chap? ter upon surviving Confederate sol? diers. The principal address was d?llvcrfd by Representative Slsson, of Missis? sippi. The speaker dwelt principally upon Jefferson Davis"s relation to the Confederate government. and the Ask Your Doctor AYER'S HAIR VIGOR is composed of Sulphur, Glycerin, Quinln, Sodium Chlorid, Capsicum, Sage, Alcohol, Witer, Perfume. Show this to your doctor. Ask him if there is a single Injurious ingredient. Ask h'm If he thinks Ayer's Hair Vigor, as made from these ingredients, is the best preparation you could use for falling hair, or for dandruff. Does not color the hair. J. C. atm OoxtaKT, Lowell, Mut. Com mencement !:'::'.! :?.:."::"?: Flowers Dainty baskets of freshly cut flowers, ?J" i iiliiii fragrant a-nd ibeautl ?uJ?hero from %/, lO ? ? . Undeniable is the FACT, proved by all the history of public utility compnies. that any public utility concern projected to enter a field already occcupied by a well-developed and well-conducted company giving good service at rea? sonable rates IS NOT FORMED IN THE INTEREST OF THE "PUB? LIC, BUT FOR THE SOLE PURPOSE OF BEING ULTIMATELY SOLD OUT AT AN EXORBITANT PRICE. This cost price must go into the capitalization of the purchasing com? pany?for no company can make such a purchase without first securing new capital; and new capital cannot be secured unless there be some assurance of a fair return on the investment. And, as there is nobody but the PL-BLIC to pay the interest on the investment, THE PUBLIC ALWAYS DOES AND ALWAYS MUST PAY THAT INTEREST BY PAYING A HIGHER PRICE FOR THE SERVICE, It is a Natural Law that in the Electric Light and Power business, just as in any other public utility, the QUALITY OF SERVICE IS IM? PROVED AND ECONOMY IS INCREASED, NOT BY COMPETI? TION AND DIVISION, BUT BY CO-OPERATION AND CONCEN? TRATION, i . . ? Vv-V.j?fV. "~ Sometimes man-made laws may be evaded with impunity; but Natural Laws are immutable and inexorable. A community that breaks a Natural Law, j?st as an individual, cannot escape the payment of a heavy penalty? and the worst of it is that the punishment of having to pay that penalty is visited upon the law-breaker's children's children for many generations, THE PUBLIC ALWAYS PAYS AN EXTORTIONATE PRICE FOR PERMITTING COMPETITION IN THE PROVIDING OF ANY PUB? LIC UTILITY, SUCH AS ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWER, AND ITS EXPLOITER GETS THE MONEY, ;, This is true not only in Richmond, but in every city in the land, and just as true in Richmond as in all those other cities. A corporation now known as the Richmond and Henrico Railway Com? pany, having obtained from the City a street railway franchise (nothing in that franchise about any electric light and power business, mind you), holds that franchise for eight years without laying a foot of track. Having failed to turn the City's GIFT into cash in those eight years, it finally builds its street railway. Having done that, it finds its business unprofitable. So it now asks the City to GIVE it an electric light and power franchise? NOT FOR THE PUBLIC BENEFIT (ANOTHER ELECTRIC PLANT IN RICHMOND COULD NOT MEET ANY PUBLIC NEED, AND WOULD ONLY BE A PUBLIC NUISANCE AND A PUBLIC BURDEN ) ?but solely to help that company to recoup on a losing venture. It asks this franchise from the City in order to give its property a greater nuisance value?to enable it to sell out AT A HIGHER PRICE. ., Think on these things?and read to-morrow's Service Talk. - " Virginia Railway and Power Company. William Northrop, President. Service Talk No. 16 June 4, 1912 splendid service renderei by him to the Lost Cnuse. Judge J. B. T. Thorn? ton adjourned his court to alte:>d the memorial exercises. Graves Decorated. Tazewell. Va.. June 3.?Memorial Day was fittingly observed Tiere to-day by the annual meeting of the Confederate soldiers of the county. a nne dinner was served by the women, and the graves of the dead soldiers were deco? rated. There was an address on ?'The South'fl Legacy From the Civil War" by E. L. Greever. of the Tazewell bar. In the courthouse this morning the Tazewell Camp of Confederate Veterans selected officers for the coming year. Address by Soldier's Son. Wytheville, Va., June 3.?Memorial services were held here to-day under the auspices of the Wythe Gray Chap? ter. United Daughters of the Confed? eracy. The program consisted of a din? ner served in the parish house to tho veterans, who numbered 118. after which an appropriate address was deliv? ered in the Opera House by W. S. Poagf, a son of Colonel Poage. who was killed in battle, after which the graves of the old soldiers in the east end of the cemetery were decorated with spring flowers and evergreens. 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