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Swartaori and Fl rid their Immediate f< llowlng in Iii Congress with Mr. rnCoi'wbod ?fters no justification for their continuing a course which can only bntl In tho dis luption of tho Democratic party ?r th? nomination of ?6 weak a candidate as to Invite, If not to cause, Crushing de? feat. There Is it time when the <\ erctse of personal Judgment descends to ti.e level of mere stubborn stupidity. That is where a majority of the Vlt C'nla delegation stand to-day. They owe It to Virginia; they owe It to them? selves, they owe it to the Democratic party, 50 support VV?odrow Wll??n. Nothing but th" continuance of the Martin, Sivnnson and Flood nt it. Inbri will open the eyes of tho |lou Wilson, and vote, for hint at once. They represent Virginia. Tiny do not stand i>i. Baltimore as feudal buds think? ing their own minds without regard to tiie common people. Martin. Swansea und Flood would do well to bear that In mind. What Vir? ginia wants Is .representation, and Vir? ginia will have It. IXCT.11 SIvi3 tiOOU IIOAIKS I P i'S Tho go' d roads question cannot In st:lle or unimportant, new facta touch? ing it are Interesting and Important not only In themselves, but because they impart additional vitality and fsdkhness I" the old ones The twe groups are cumulative evldcnci pi thi >ficcfcssHy for good r a.b. ti.he ??. ? centuatlng the othei in denlon trittlii that in fhi good roads Issue tin 1 >uti try is confronted ^'Kh poo <>i i;h<i grout the? doctrine would seem logically to bold tiuo as to 1..1 ? iients ami Intei eats. . new?t alt en singly oi > nparatively, are lio plain ah to be wltlilil the gras I of tho dulloi t comprehension, lie onl> does not eompn bend w 10 is detei riot to. "Phe argument is a direct, slm pie and oonclualvi ..!,. to the ptirse As a, bast* ol compnrison, let t.s t.n with a'repetition of tiie fact, so oftei presented in connection with tiie sub Ji '.. on; ton a mil' in Kur0pea 11 countrie; ,. ?/hi from the governnii vast frei; farm pro tanco of I' i 1 that tea) .iiin:.. a ., i prod uets; could I.-- iled at tin pric- foreign farmers 1 in ! m Iii? total coat of ti..- pi ocfss 1 for-this iw-t:. done would 0 i\oV,o annual]), tliun making !i ? their hauling now on: farmers lerjuii tMftQ.POO draft ho ht'uii gtand'rtg them over >-.i.???.OOft, ? n first-class roads they Would need nfil half as many, thereby saving tl.oon .000,000, to say nothing r fUrthei Ing that w .pi . bine gnd trucks as substitute* tut te'im Agnln. oui farmers t. f?0?,. fnr VJIflrgvftO fltr ?KliUtn till', fly oa aCCJU: of bad : ouds. Another simple calcula lion, which i? made by governmcn experts and which any twelve-yea:-?>; school boy can follow. Is that th< amount bad loads cost the fanner: would, in n few years, virtually paj for good roads throughout the land. .' further point worthy of the mos thoughtful consideration is that und? Presen i condition*, practically tin crops, taking the country nt large, an moved to the railroad In about s'-xtj ? the advantage- of the ultimate Con? ner. In that thi latter would be In t' i\ less at the in? rC) of the cold ? liig. The sum ol li.it fa i njiers eo tivostmeht iltith o the ?tti.il insist Investment i hau In eo-opordtlni; 11 nan tlaiiy and in every other way with them. The solution of the problem is close. Is vital, to every Interest of both, froth the economic viewpoint, to bay, nothing of Its relation to social and educational development, as Illus? trated in affording facilities lor bring? ing rural communities hearer together and drawing these Into closer contact ! with the towns and cities. MM: i MI. or I'll 11 IMtlll'HV HUNTS. liven he who has not tarried long at ; I'li'llppl knows that no Democratic I nominee tor ihe pr. sid. ne\ an win [without the meat Independent vdt< of Hi, country. Thai vote holds the tiail unco oi potvel In New Vork, and hi other Mates it shuts triumph .uro.-:, its twilight zone to oil port) or the oilier, Uiiicss the Dctnocrhta liominatQ lit l.tliltltuoi o a man who CUh appeal to M,e Independent vote, the party is pendent now; jpers of the country, rcUcctlng the sentiment 61 those who are 'i'd to neither part) and \ylio vote as liny list. fuVOr Woodrow Wilson p i the presidency of t:o Unitod States. ?Thi y realIxo that he is of the mold that i- atl'riicllvc to tue Independent voters, for he is a political philoso? pher, a profound political thinker, a political Constructive genius, one who is bound to the wheels ot no machine, but Is free and UhfcttC'lod. Let iis hear the testimony of the Spiingllcld Republican, perhaps the mosi influent al Independent newspaper in Hit country. It stood with Cleve? land, it speaks with inure authority v. ia u it speaks for the Independent y< thrtti any other im wspapor. it cdlttir and proprietor Sunday seht t.;. initiate Wilson, whom Independents a progressive! can support with in? hivltsuru of etUhUuliism." jflieii ihere is the Now Vork Times, a iv erf ill Independent organ, strohg Incllned, us u rule, to the oonaer ly pri union or Underwood when the bal? ling at Ualtlmon begun, but It now flares Unit ''Hit strongest name be ie tlie conventions is that of WooU w Wiiso'i:.' it continues: 'When the delegutod at Baltimore ? :.. ? u Monday ihoy should put i liib'l to ilie futillt) ot' vain balloting ? i'i :r dttiy uiie men by nominal H S\.I row Wilson ior the prcsl iicy, ii llit-y have ., sense of the true leresl 0? their party and of .Mr. ii. n position in im- convention ley cannot escape the conclusion that shoilld ami ri|ust b; nominated. . . sit'CKritll in thi.IVelltlon but re ? strength before the country. ! ? .'. iio possible citnd'diiio of the ijioo.crnC} whom the Republicans oul.I Sil ilreiul to meet, no olio who on!d so unite his party and Inspire it in ib. fact "f Such evidence of tho ? ? .dependent vote of the t'nitcd States, ow can the Democratic convention l it Ii i i \ . ? i oportloii, and dr- H !* from ? '.Ion that the rittO and the i on- uinptlon, Ualvnc/id V) the niar^n inadt, on- the big consumer. Naturally thW Is a delicate und easily disturbed condlt'on. But ;is maintained at present at a fair rate, it la manifestly an advantage t'> the small consumer directly, and to the large bite ind'rcctly In su tar as bis business nnd prosperity 's bonucct Od with all of Klchinotul's prosperity, j if. however, a- is possible under tlio franchise ui prCseiii sought from tho City, competition In rates la begun Ui tlii central localities, it nil I mean that the ei;t will have to be iitet by tho ubove, II is cieur that ibis cut from state general equilibrium w'll rb deiicu ami small consumer ritto will ii ? in -: two results produced tiie city is tin victim. Tiie people us a whole pay, ami oven those largo consumers who arc temporarily behclitcd by re? duced rates, will suffer in tii.' eiid by a genera] crippling of elcctrii service in i lo v, hole com in unity. Ii the third result follows with the j inevitability shown in olhui towns. Iactually producing a kilowatt hour of . ii. ui is propahly arotind i m. The ? . v. i h...1.1 charges. depreciation, etc. ami equipment ui tin- competing colli puny win be added tu this ?iripunt, and ? eiiy p.- Increased to pay for this b?r? den of investment. These are riot theories, but facts. Can the Aldermen Ii rd to disregard them'.' Who will I protect the Interests of tiie people? MIH I A TAX COMMISSION 1)111 FOlt ItltO Ulli 1*1.AM). One hundred and thirty-five million j tlx hundred and forty-nine thousand two hundred and three dollars of un taxed property has been discovered 'by the State Tax Comin .-slon of Rhode island, which was appo'nted last Feb? ruary. The people of that State deter? mined t.i reach th..; untaxed wealth in its borders, anil they have, iiie added revenue brought into the state Treas? ury by tiie work of tin; Tax Commis? sion n il: be JS30.000. The corporation taxes and the tiix.-s upon leased oyster gl 11 lid S will amount t" mole than $itiO,(IOO. Tho taxpayers who have [shirked -li.ii duty to the Slate will be brought to time and the state I finances will be greatly Increased by tho accretion created by the earnest endeavors of the Tax Commiss'on. That Is what the smallest State i.P'n the Untied States has done. It pos> sc#ses nothing like the resources ot Vlrglnlu; nothing like Virginia's pos? sible Heids of taxat'on, nothing like ; the Inadequately taxed counties of this Comritonwer.lth. The exper'enco of Ith...;.. 1 . il l is an Illuminating evi? dence of th.' blind and stupid folly which Inspired our General Assembly I to abolish our State Tax Commission, 'which bade fair to do far more for us than that of the little Northern St a to coupl du f..r lur. But the legislators of Rhode island tin not fooled by tho eluptrnp of demagbgues, nor misled by narrow county prejudlca and un w<l)|iigncsa to stand for u square dcul .1 U l 1.1 \ llltSA'l 11.11. ] li is strange mat the fretted cam? paign managers who h?via been seek? ing to discover some waj of starting j a demonstration that win start a landslide should have overlooked a. demonstrator who demonstrates all by i himself to the extent ot a regiment at least. We refer, ot COUrSC, to tho j Royal lii?li SuuiKl Producer of the jlliovlllg picture show. He used to bo a diuinlher, mil now his connection I with his ancient glory tit-cms to bo Iconllucd lo pluylUS five or six drums by wiggling a siring with his ears. What he actually is requires real words. Ho is u tumult, u clamor, a vortex of sound, an apotheosis "f clangor and bangor, a pandemonium j with a tired smile. He is a mehagcrle, a garage, .-. three-alarm nie, a riot, u I train vvreck, or the lisp of softly susurruslhg wavelets on a moonlit strand. Ho can gallop like a horse, or crow like a rooster, bellow like n cow, or scream like the heroine who has discovered thiit somebody has [stolen hot glass eye. In rigorous pur? suit .,i truth wo should call this being '"some" versatile. 1 About three of these handy and ,fuoly gentlemen Could gd up to Bill , limor,- and go through about three reels of hssbrted find terrifying sound and nominate I'r. Anna Howard Shaw ? ui the next ballot. They could make a landslide out <>; inud-picj for dish't they make landslides every lime thcra Is a gecrio in Hi.- Alps? A tidal wave I would to busy, and 80 wet that the delegates would hii've to get out <>: ? iio hall on n hastily t-Ohst ructed pro? hibition plank. They would bang the life and blow Hie drum and twang tili land a triple hi t of hohes, vibrate the weeks out lot off steam am; burn red ui.. and still have plenty of breath left I to cheer for the popular herb whose (butter Milted than thai ui' being Iprio factb d, monstratlons. One might be a coo l thing to take iionle to one v. In n the baby ij seized witii an Imaginative, outburst thai re? quires soothing by a poetical repro? duction of ail (lie known sounds In j the universe. When the baby said. ??Do it attain!*' this Institution could hot ,, nlv do it again, he could do something .Most ?>f the motions to adjourn In the Rhltlrhore convention are carried hv t. ??naiiimtiia "nies" of t!,.> Hred Itorbia* On the Spur of the Moment By Roy K. Moulton I i-rpcimil. Agent feller oho bricht day Sellin' books, passed through this why; 'Twos tn eighteen'sixty-one, 1 When the war had Just begun. Tlicy was fancy bound In black, With g'lt letters oh Hie back, 'Oyclopcdy, that's the nuinc. All tin- books looked Just the game. Kult ul kh?wieitKC :is < lOUld be; ihdexi .1 clean trum A to '/.. i?'? 11 i he could tulk III"' ???>, 'Twas in use of buttln' in. For he surely had tin flour; Couldn't show linn la the door, I olllir down, that Was the p.an, Puy th.' bntuiice when you can. 1.1?. instalments very small, I >i.|n i seem no trick ut all. Old Hi Perkins bo??In a set Ami he's paying for It yet. Veeurdlug to I uele Vbner. iL' l ist time ROV. Hanks was down to th.- city he looked so religious the polite party nigh run htm in on sus plclou for a con man. riiete arc a whole l"t "f ways to make. peoj>le think you're rich be? sides wearin' patent leather shoes on \\ eck ?In vs. Last Sunday tile pustor ashed every mehil er of the church to bring two sticks of wood when they mine to the Thursday evening prayer ihuetlng, as t lie church woodpile ?vas getting low. livery t.l.ler look two sticks of wood from hl.s neighbor's yard, so Ii wits even up purt> well, iiftbr all. Some llouMeholil lufelleltles. "Oh, yes. of course .' have got io . i?ht'S to spare, hut I want you to un? derstand that my business was never so poor as 11 Is thlb year, and It Is only n short distance from us to the county farm." "Who in tophet has been using' my : razor strop to lick the kids ??Ith. any , how V" "Boiled potatoes every day. Somo women have absolutely no Original ! lty." "Say. Oeorge, any old time you don't like the way I wear my hair ? you can ante up for a now switch. See'.''' "Oh. you ain't got much of a holler , coming. I know some Women who don't c.o home to get supper at all." "You're the nifty little husband, all right; the little rny ol sunshine. The i l.a of grouching around for a Week just localise mother sdys she is E""'H , to come and visit us some time next s unnier. You make mo tired.. "Hee, It you was nlurrlcd to BOtne .women you wouldn't kick about one little hair in Hie succotash. I'll tell you that." Tip* on the Ilaren. As ? " the general ?i ipo 1 ir to.day, I inn prepared to hand out the follow lug Information after looking the tul ? ',t over very careful!) anil Interview ' Ing the owners : I Suspenders ought to be great in the stretch, (lot wise to this. Mercury ought to be a good runner j up If the weather remains warm. ; American tingle always cocs well on Iho iiUilrter, also on the half-dollar. | Porterhouse is apt to go tip In the n|r at any moment. Mustard Plaster shows evidences of if ticking to the ilnlsh. General Humidity ousht to do pret? ty well In a heat. There is every Indication that. Fur? niture Polish will be Hcratched and Babbling Brook set back for running. I Aeroplane Is liable to break when j } least expected to do so. If you wnnt i safe bet put It on 1 House and Lot. 1 will repeat my tip of last season. ' whlcli was so successful; to the effect tliot liar.I Boiled llgg cannot be I beaten. j Bookmaker Is a winner In nearly ' ' every race. ; If you want to get a run for your ? money try to catch the first ear after i the races, a good. Sn e investment for ; your week's salary Is In hamburger Isandwiches ami lee .ream cones. Ml It Pit Y, To the Editor of The Times-Dispatch: S'r,?In the Religious Herald of June ut, 1312, there appears an edi? torial entitled "Si ml-Polltlcal" in ' which the editor discusses In a ' aim ' and comprehensive way some of the: men and conditions which have re; ; cently, and are nOW, greatly Interest? ing the general public. There was oil'- paragraph vvh'ch soi clearly states a fact of such great importance at this time 'hat I think you will do a pub'.: service by repro? ducing It- 1< is as "As between Mr. and the things for and William Barnes which he stands, th choose. They arc Hows: Charles Murphy which ho stands, nd the things for rd is not a pin to tarred with the HRtm slick, they have the same poli? tical motives, they do business after the same fashion, .'.' .body who under? stands the situation doubts for a mo ntenl that if It heenmc nccessory, ;li.s.? ba lers of theli respective parties I would hesitate, whl! posing as deadly foes, to enter In:., secret alliance." ' As I have read I ?? accounts of the I Baltimore convention, 1 have been im? pressed very min i, with Mr. Murphy's ? onditct us I would be with that of a man Who hflH 111 ne'e oho'ee beeves Which lie is of opinion are sufllclent in number to "cornel the market." and Abe Martin Vi:''1. Nothin' makes n fellor feel a slndo pendent as havin' two or three dollars over beiir mhrrlod. Km Moon an' her I man have been married two yoars fmorrow. Don't It teat nil how some folks see n.t jist be made tor each '?ttert ' s HIS FIRST CAR. By John T. McCutcheon. which he Is offering lo tho dealer from whom he can get the best price. May we not hope that there Is only one Charles Murphy In the Baltimore convention at this time? Vf, sydnor. t'n>r Blue Street. To the Editor of The TImcs-Dtapatch: Sir,?i have cft$li sung that little song, |'J want to be all angel and with tlio angels stand, a crown," etc. Hut I have concluded that all such Is but t waste Of. human breath, and have concluded that ail I desire la to live on Pin? Str.-.-t, where w. have paid taxes tor forty years ami kept ojultil, hoping that JUStlce would conic our way some of these limes. We havo paid for every blick tu our sidewalks, and if our dear ettj has done, anything for us it Is In the way ot Investments that pays the city from 25 to 50 per cent, on tin. so.called im? provements in our section, and wo have been taken In forty years. We have the only park to park boulevard, "Monroe to Riverside," and we have sot out trees and nursed them tor forty years and tried to make Pine Htreet as beautiful and attractive as pOSSl de, and for all that we have done and are doing lor the dear city we Only ask that our narrow street (about ihirty-tlve feet) bo smooth paved course tho street car company paves about one-third of this and y>et 1 un dcrstand that our dear city cannot ?f. ford to pave the other two-thirds with [smooth paving, but are ^oing to u/ivc i us tiie granite spall on a strictly resi? dence street, which will be a 'iOud!' ! monument to our representatives In I tile City Council und add tu out stock , of unnecessary noise. O. E. r. t ondemns Mr. flood I To tin Editor of The Times-Dispatch: Sir,?Please allow mo space in your columns to thank you for your lead? ing editorial, "It Looks Like Wilson." of Sunday, June :!". Such straight talk Is bound to do good, nrid 1 wish every delegate to tho Baltimore con? vention and every voter In the Ullltod States could have rend such an edi? torial tlds morning. It lg u real and genuine pleasure to hear this kind of doctrine preached through' the columns of our daily press, and The Times Dispatch is to be commended, and Its cd'torlal writer congratulat.il for such la line sample of clear logic, fearlessly - .slated opinion and good newspaper composition. I But to stiow that your renders are hoi blinded, by your edltorlnl virtues, to your editorial faults, please allow the a little friendly criticism a;: well. Why do you commend Congressman Hai D. Flood in your editorial of .lune'j 28, for what you are pleased to term ii ''defense" of the well-morited criti? cism or Virginia's lelegatlnn for the presence in its personnel of Thomas Fortune Ryan? 'Tis the galled lade iiiat wines, and Mr. Flood more than any one man seems to be responsible for the presence of Mr. Ryan ns one of the Tenth (Mr. Flood's own dis? trict) delegates, 't seems to me that Mr. Flood's defense ..f Mr. Ryan's pros- i i nee as a blol on the landscape of the Virglnln delegation, is an apology much worse than bis offence in having such a man n?nt to represent his dlfr irlcl of our State. , "A reader," In Sunlnys Times-Dis? patch, is right. Such a betrayal >>t V'rglnln and Virginians should have been resented and if no Virginian was equal to the emergency we should com? mend and th:<nk Mr. Bryan for the in? terest lie takes) th the good name of b's ancestral StntCf Had a certain Mr. Flood, at Norfolk. shown more devotion to Ids native State, more en re for her honor and reputation, and more consideration (or the wisliesi of her people t-'tnn to saddle on her so area', an Incut us as Tlins. F- It.Vnn; his so-or.llod doi?nso would not have Keen neb I'd It is n bit Kalling to Virginians who ; love their State lo read thai her name was hissed and her delegation jeered, IbocRUSCT'Ot tho-.piesetico of, a aelcija.te, for whom Mr. Flood was so largely re tponslble. Doubtless many of your readers fall to see why Mr. Flood deserves any great credit for defending thi? State from a criticism whloh his action brought upon her. Mis defense Would have been more to the point had lie taken m> part In naming fly an as a delegate. Thore is nuih In the home!) adage, '.'an ounce <'f prevention Is Wurth a pound of cure;" had Mr. Ilyan ni VC!" been a delegate there would have been i.o such suggestion as "Send ftyan hortic;" no needed criticism of our delegation, no Mai Klnod defense. .1. MI DDIS It DKAKti i omntend Brj an, To the Kdltor of The Times-Dispatch: Sir.?Please reprint the following. Norfolk. Vs.. June 29, 1512. To William J. Bryan; ?ar. of HOiol Belvedere. Baltimori Md. If I^iwson'E charges are true you v. ere right In demanding the With? drawal froth the national convention of delegates representing interests Which had participated In that dia? bolical plot. The responsibility ! .r th<d:- presence now rests where It I ?? longs, on Virginia and New York, aal not on the National Democratic G vcntlon, When the peopio realise iv ' damnahle Influences are alleged to t,.i at work In Baltimore to defeat t! Ir will and nominate a enndl<|ato. In s: m pnthy with predatory Interest, the l'n trodtlctlon of your resolution will be regarded an act of patriotic hbr?i.? h. (Signed- J. CDOYD BYABS, (Signed) C. J. McRAE. No Crown or Pborna, To u.e Kdltor of The TImes-Dtspatch: | Sli-,?To William Jennings B:y:iM:' You shall not press down your cl'OWh of selfishness on the Democratic party you shall not crucify the voters to sell your copyrighted' articles, A PK MO CP AT. ft'verton Mil N0RF01 Norfolk. Va., July 1.??Thomas I Whltohirad Perkins, aged sixteen I years, son ol M>' and Mis. Henry I). I Perkins, of 28 East Raleigh Avenue. I und one of the brightest pupils of j I the Maiirj High .school, was accident? ally drowned in the river at the Coot of Freemason sure, t shortly before noon to-day, Young Perkins had gone to the Norfolk Boat Club to tall. SWlinlng lessons, und was about to i uomo in from the water when he said, aller the departure of the altendant, i thitt he desired to take one more turn, ; and dove Into the water. He came to I he surface once, then went down not ; t.. come op nghih. A boy standing on pile of tii. Norfolk Boat Club's boats. I badly frightened when young Perkins failed io come to the surface, called tor assistance from inside, but when I the body was finally recovered It h ut linen too long in the water to make ; resuscitation possible. The body was I embalmed, and will be sent to Ash- ? j innd for Intcrhtoni. \'oung PerklnS was an unusually I bright boy, and had a promising fu ttiro. He stood at the head In bin [studies as a pupil in the Maury High School, and this year took one of the oratorical medals. Mis father Is iho city editor of the f.edger-Dlapatoh. Young Pcrklhs whs lb-' winner of the first prljie. a gold medal, at tho recent conimnrn invent oratorical eon t.st .it his fraternity, the Alpha Alpha PI, of Maury nigh School, and wa? re? tarded, by rrofuuftor Daln,. DrinclDin of l-'unrriil ni iHhlnud [ special to The Timc*<bisn Ashland, v.i, July l._Tin f Thomas D. Perkins will ri Lud to-morrow shortly af ml the funeral will bn h. ? celdeiicc of Mrs. .|an;Af r Ister of Henry p. Pcrkihi. 'father The r.< rvli r? win ?'. J. I? Goodwyn. II INSTANTLY 11 BY TRi hpei al to 'i he Times-Dispatch.] Arvi lila, v i . Jujy > a horrible nt h ril ... in:,,i ?t memo Rltifr. a low . n- the Jnmi s River Valley hear bei i fate Saturday i Ight; John Tlllman, young man. being Instantly killed ah id. bought to have o. light Saturday o some i me early Sunday inofnlhg. i'h young man was nt Uremo S?iurdu night, and it is thought llial lie wen up tin tracks and there f"ti aslcei Tii?. tlr.'t phasing freight train cut th lop part of his head off. and (rain whir h passed later finished the grue sonic work by cutting off his hands, nt fee| ami other portions of his i>od The corpsii iviis round Sunday mornln 'V those who went io engage hp- sei viccs for a trcstie t"i.. which lie ha promised to help on during Sunday. Nu )? 1.in.i? np| irs to bt attached : Efficient Attention The service which this ibank renders is compre? hensive in meeting the needs of depositors. It Is the constant watchfulness Of our o(fleers to see that every patron receives at? tention which is adequate and efficient that makes the National State n.nd City Bank a most desir? able Institution through which to transact any financial affairs. Uoth small and l?r>To accounts aiv invited, either subject to check or at 3 per cent, interest In our Savings Department.