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PAYS IN TARIFF I'rain Upon His Earnings Set Forth in Unique Fashion by Underwood. DUTY ON EVERYTHING Burden "t Taxation oii All lie hats and All lie Wears. Washington, August 22 ?In a state? ment arraigning the administration tor "breaking fuith" ir, tt,^ matter of tariff legislation Majority Leader Underwood, of the House. to-day set forth In unique fashion tiie tariff tax Imposed on the. public, as seen through Democratic spectacles, in discussing the situation. Mr. Underwood said: "L'nder the present oppressive tariff law the laboring man returns at night f:orn his toll clad In a woolen auit taxed 75 per , <-nt. shoes taxed 1 - per ? cut, stockings and underwear 71 per cent, a cotton shut taxed 60 per cent, ti wool hat and woolen gloves taxed 7S per cnt. H>- carries a dinner pail taxed IS per teir>. and grfeota his wife as the looks through a window pane taxed 62 per cent, with a curtain taxed 12 per ? ' tit Other Commodities Taxed. "After sr raping his shoes on an iron scraper taxed 75 per cent he wipes them on a mat ta'xtid 60 par cent, lie Heaps on a carpet taxed t).' per cent, lifts the door latch taxed 45 per cent, and -Uses his wife, clad In a woolen dress taxed 75 per cent She is mend? ing an umbrella taxed 50 p?r ceat with thread at 30 per cent. "The house Is mule of brick taxed 25 per cent, and lumber taxed ^ per cent, wlti; paint taxed 32 per cent. :: wallpapei was taxed 25 per cent und plain furniture 85 pel cent. Ho hangs his pall on a stee! pin taxed 4j per cent, using soap taxed 20 per rent. His looking gla?s was taxed 45 per cent, and he combs his halt with a rubber comb taxed 35 per cent. "He proceeds to eat his supper which was cooked on a stove taxed 45 per <<t,t, for which she used pots and ket? tles taxed tr. per cent. On their table is common crockery taxed 55 per cent, and oheap ?las? tumblers taxed IS per cent. "The sugar he putt in his tea Is taxed ' 14 per rent, which h* ulrs with a Spoon taxed 15 per rent His meal Is n frugal one. because the cost of living Is high. Everything He Knt? Tased. "He uses a knife and fork taxed 50 pr rent: in ?atlng salt fish taxed 10 pet cent, l r-Hd, 20 per cent; pota? toes, 22 per cent. salt. 33 per cent, butter, 2 1 per cer.t, and rice. 62 per ? ent He proceeds to read a book t,\.d 26 per cent, ami at the close t-f the day reclines It, an iron-framed ' ? i taxed 4", per cent, with mattress taxed -0 per cent, sheets taxed 45 per Ce;,t. woolen blankets taxed 75 per ? b > >d ,i cotton spread, 4* per cent H~ i>. taken ill and the doctor pre scribes medicine taved 25 per cent, which, being Ineffective. he passes Hew Tuberculosis Remedy Based on Medicine Ti Say that ? specific ?xt?ts for th* cur? e' Coneumptlon Is perhaps too strong a ? 'afmni. hut In Etkmsr.'s Alterative we I . , Metrie that hat been th* mftai of ? i many ? !!?? to years of usefulness, and in P? rmsnent'v b-r.efl'.tng a .?rj* num? ber of Consumptives. \r diet that k??p? a Consumptive well > riihed .? the right one, hu* ?hat I? go Ing Improve th* patient? nckmens Alterative ll a medicine fer the treatrner.t ? ? this disease wMrh hu b?-n found b-rie fi-|el in a '.arg* n imb.r of r?,,i tV. ;,re ?. - io let you hear what such people gay. Investigate, this rase: (0 Savannah St Rochester. N. T. "dtntiemenj On June 3. '.Str. I eras ep.rated upon for Tubercular peritonitis, grid my physic fan gar, me up ?s r.op-v?i? 1 -vi? ihen urg.d by s priss: to take EeV /rnnn'a Aiterative, ?hich I did I sogar, to t ? -e ml! steadily g<in?d hi health and a'-ength. ?r.d am a??r?ra,?*.v * :red'' i ?Igr.e? Affidavit 1 F.IV'.'A FINZF.P. K.ekrnan's Alteraflve is effectlv* p. p.ron r? Asthma. Hay Fever. Throst mil buns Troifbleg, uro*. In unbuilding the rye'em ?T"iei hot -or*ta!n poisons, opla-e* or habit [forming drurs Ter sale by o?-m? a- Miner ' Drug Co and other leading druggists Ask '.for booklet (Tiling of recoveTW. snj wrlfe i Bckman LeteorarrTry. PaCtd-lphla. Pa., for addlttoaal evl?ece?. Mineral Springs? Littleton, NX. If you have any doubt as to the actual value of PAN'AC B A MINERAL -SPRING WATER take Its analysis to any competent physician and ask his opinion. Many of the best In the land pronounce It of the highest value as a pure drinking and medicinal Water, and especially good for all Stomach Troubles. Indiges? tion and Skin diseases. The New Panacea Hotel modVrn In Its appointments, with every amusement, and a table unsurpassed, is a feature, ns well as our new Sanitary Dottling plant. Write for Illustrated booklets and rates. Address T. Alex Baxter, Manager or PANACEA SPRING CO., Littleton, N. C. "Honest ' John s Story Wanted "Iloaeat'' John Krlly. thr \riv Vnrk Hon." Ht? trmliiionj Ik kougbl hj l)U ?caudal. cnmMer. nhn I? nivor "On o Vncn irlri Attorney Wliitn-nn In the Rrnft' Copyright, American Prerr AfS'h). I from this actlVQ ephirc of life an'l his .remains are deposited in a coffin taxt l 136 pr r <ent. ?h'rh Is conveyed to a remetery in h wagon taxed 2~. pc: cent deposited in Its renting place In mother earth and the grave tilled In by t:.. use of a spud.- taxed 45 per Icent. while over 1.!.- grav. Is raised a I monument taxed 50 per cent." ? Nrr. t'nderwood at considerable length reviewed the legislation enact ;*d by the Democratic House and con? demned the Republican policy as di? Iclot'd in 'he ff^lin now closing. CALLED DOWN BY CAPTAINM'CARTHY (Continued From 1 lr't Page ) g< ntlemcn who had a hand In drawing Up this Ihgchoui act !or the creation of the Administrative Board, are chil? dren? With what beautiful Ingenuity It was drawn! Doeg the act give the board control ovei thu appointment or salaries of the City Attorney or his assistant, or any other of the big of? ficers of the city? N'o. The board will be ?:?? en the power to hire or discharge 1,000 or more city employes?a poli? tically uncomfortable r> eponslblllty of which the Council wann? to be rlrt. "Do you think anybody had any ul? terior purpose in drawing up the act in this form." I do. I say If this board is to amount to anything. It will come as a result of a conflict with the Council. It Is Inevitable, for H is a remedy for the inefficiency of the Council. While I desire peace, If elected to the board, 1 shall go prepared for war." Folken linn Grievance. In the course of a strong speech in ravor of his candidacy, State Senator K. C. Koikes took time to register a. ! grievance against what hfl regarded ; hs Injustice done him by the publlca j tlon In The Times-Dispatch ye.-terday I morning of the income tax returns made I by candidates for the Administrativ.; i Hoard. The statement, he said, was ! correct, but was unintentionally mis lending because it failed to give tho other taxe? which he paid to the city and State. A similar complaint was made by Candidate George Paul who produced a THE WEATHER. porecaati For Virginia?Probably fnir Friday and Saturday! cooler Fri? day. For >orih < urolinii ? Local showers I Friday: Saturday fair. Special l.oenl Dntn for Yesterday. 12 noon temperature . st 3 p M. temperature . SS Maximum temperature up to S P. M. SS Minimum temperature up to S F. M. 72 Mean temperature . 80 Normal temperature. 7" Excess 'n temperature .; - eflc'ency In temperature since March 1 . ITS Accum, defle'ency In temerature since January 1 . 6o:> Rainfall last twenty-four hours .. .0 Deficiency In rainfall since March 1 .2.10 Accum, deficiency in rainfall since January t .2.Ott Local nharrvnfIon s I*. M. Vesterday. Temperature . si Humidity . 66 Wind?direction. 3 Vi ind?velocity . 7 Weather .Clear Rainfall last 12 hours.0 CONDITIONS l\ iMPOltTANI CITIES. ,.V. 6 I'. M. Fast, rn Standard Time. > Place. Ther. 11. T. 1* T. Weather. Ashcvllle . 72 so fit P. cloudy 'Atlanta . 7 1 M 72 Cloudy Atlantic City . 71 ?2 74 Clear Boston . T6 84 68 Clear Buffalo . 72 72 6S Cloudy Calgary . 80 ?2 58 Clear I Charleston ... 84 f-2 ?2 Cloudy Chicago . 70 76 66 ciear I Denver . SO 84 51 Clear IDtiluth . SS 66 66 Cloudy Galve.ston _ 82 !>0 80 P. cloudy Havre . 54 *2 Clear I Jacksonville . so r?o ts p. cloudy i Kansas City . 7s s4 6s Clear Dou'sv'lle .... 7fi 84 72 P. cloudy Montgomery . 74 86 74 Cloudy New Orleans . S2 ss so p. cloudy New York .... 74 >2 72 Clear Norfolk . 76 90 76 1*. cloudy Oklahoma .... ss !>2 6S Clear Pittsburgh ... 74 7 s 7" Clear Raleigh . SS ?0 76 P. cloudy St. Louis . 7s 86 fis Clear St Paul . 66 72 62 P, cloudy San Francisco. 60 62 S4 Clear Savannah .... so po 76 Cloudy Spokane . ss po fi| Clear Tampa . s2 ss 82 Cloudy Washington .. ss 90 74 P, cloudy Winnipeg .... 5* 54 .'> i Cloudy Wythevllle ..70 7s 66 P. cloudy M IM ATI UK ALMANAC. August 23. 1911. HIGH TIDE. Sun rises ....6:33 Morning ....1:20 Sun acts ?..6:63 Evening _2.06 statement from a city official showing that ho paid this year mure than 1400 In taxes to the Commonwealth andj municipality Mr. Paul thought that South Richmond was entitled to t rep-j resentativ>: on the Administrative, Board, and advanced thf fact, In part,' as a claim for his election. Other speeches were made by Henryi P. Beck. William H. Zimmerman,! Charles F. Taylor, George B Davis,. Charles 12. Richards. John W. Moore, \> llllam P. Knowles and Marx Gunst. President M. 11. Omohundro. of the' Clay Ward Annex League presided ! over the me'tir.c. and Secretary James. 1.. O'Keeffe presented the speakers. ' CAMPAIGN WAS CHEAP IHxon *n?s I'n,Kr,'?|\f? "-pent Less Than SIOO.OOO. ??.?ago. August 22.?Cnited States' Senator Joseph M. Dlxon. director of : t Progressive campaign, to-night is sued a statement In which "..e declared ; that the campaign expenses of the '; Progressives before the Republican Na llonal Convention amounted to less; than 1160,000. He said that the amount of money sent by the Progressive or- I sunt sat Ion frorii its Washington | bureau during tins period had been gross! e> ..-..??'?.! Summer Aids to Beauty (Esther in Household Helps) i Face powder helps that YhinV look I ?only a few minutes, and then.' when! rubbed off. u \ Oman's appearance is worse than ever. A true- cornr lex-Ion ' I beautifier Is made bv dissolving an i (original package of mayatone in a [half-pint witch hazel. Oertly ruh this i [lotion over face, r.eck and arms every ' rn ng. It ?holds' all dav long, and ydur complexion soon is clear, smooth. 1 i ti ny and free from blemish. I Short-sle ved waist, sometimes' prove embarrassing to .-, woman never troubled with superfluous hair on her If ce. Delatone "-ill remove wild hairs , Just mix powdered delatone with | I enough water to cover the hairs, ap- I I Ply, and a'ter two or thr*o minutes ! rub off. wash the skin and the hairs Will be gon.. "A great advantage of a dry sham- 1 poo Is that one is not compelled to de- ! vote hours to drying the ha'r. The: best shampoo powder Is a mixture of four ounces of orris root and an orig? in, il package of therox. Sprinkle a lit tie on the head, brush through the ! hair, and it removes dust, oil and j dandruff, leaving the scalp , lean, cool . and refreshed. and the hair light. I fluffy and lustrous I "To make thin, short eyelashes grow I lln long, thick and silky with a heauti jful curl; appp- plain pyrox'n to the llnsh roots with thumb and forefinger daily. Ruhh'ng pvroxin on straggly . i vebrows will make 'hem long and ' silky." PAINTS Original Tanner Paint & Oil to. i 1417 find 1110 East Main, Richmnd. Va. "Ye Colonial" Tea Service Set 24 PIECES This set is of special Colonial design, and each niece decorated with a scene from the time of the Pilgrim Fathers, bach set is fully guaranteed by the manufacturer and ourselves. You cannot dupli? cate these sets in any store for less than three times the amount we offer them to you. The set consists of one lea pot. one covered sugar howl, one cream pitcher, one 10X-inch cake tray, six 6'? -inch breakfast plates or tea plates, six cups and six saucers--a total of 24 pieces. $8.00 Tea Set For 25 Daisy Bread Labels and $2.49 For the purpose of offering our customers an inducement to use DAISY BREAD exclusively, wa ftlve you the opportunity to secure one of hese beautiful ,?S.OO Colonial Design "Pilgrim Father" 24-piece Tea Sets for less than they cost us in carload lots direct from the manufacturer How You Can Get a Set Buy DAISY BREAD. Save the labels until von get 2? labels no other labels will do), anrl then bring o.- mail them to us with ' *a dollars ($2.49) and forty-nine cents and wo will deliver a set t:> you at you ? home. This is really less than the -et. costs us at the factory exclusive of freight, packing and handling, but having determined to make a liberal inducement to get you to try DAISY BREAD long enough to make a good test of it* quality, we have prepared to make: good this offer in every respect. Begin to save DAISY BREAD labels at once. Ask your groccr for it, and should he not have it in stock, phone us and we will give you Five labels free for your courtesy, thus leaving you only 20 labels to make up the 25 necessary to the purchase of a set at the mere nominal price asked. This Offer is Limited and May Be Withdrawn as Soon as This Carload is Exhausted We arc not assured by the manufacturers that our order may be repeated at the same price at which this first order was filled, and we urge you to be prompt in taking advantage of THIS OPPORTUNITY. Do not delay Daisy Bread is Delicious DAISY BREAD i- the ri>h?t. most wholesome and palatable bread, money, modern methods, pure materials and expert workmen can produce. Nothing has been left undone to make DAISY BREAD the verv bed on the market. g 6 East Leigh Street, Richmond, Virginia Phone Madison 1657 SAVE DAISY BREAD LABELS News of South Richmond South Richmond Bureau, The Tlnv-s-Dtspatch. 1020 Hut] Street, I'hor.c Ma.lison 175. Professor Joe Kessnlch and his Municipal Band played their farewell ? oncert last night In Washington t-ouare before the largest crowd of | the summer. The music will be great ly missed by the South Siders, who have shown their appreciation by [ turning mit in l?rg? numbers. Pfae tically the entire program last night was composed of selections whose ren? dition on former occasions pleased thn audience to such an extent that they were repeated by special request While the South Siders enjoyed the music the musicians have enjoyed the crowds Mr Kessnlch stated that the audience was as large as any In the city, an-I that the order maintained was of the best. This statement was > rroborated by Chairman Claude Ratklna, of the Grounds and Building* Committee. Parkkeeper .1 Lacy Red for-, has at all times maintained .1 firm hand over the youngsters who have filled the park, ne allowed them all the priv? ileges within nounds. but saw that the-y did not exceed those bounds. Not a single case of disorder marred a concert during the entire seasc-n. ( ontrnrv Wltnran Hulls Suit. Because of the refusal of a ma? terial witness for the defense to be present, the $5,000 damage suit of Cowley against Ryder, which was be? ing h?ard before Judge R. O. South.,11 In th? Chesterfield Circuit Court, was halted yesterday, it win be- called again at the October term. The contrary witness Is a mail car- | rier and could not be brought to the 1 court against his will. Proper pro-! .ceding* to (Otnpel his attendance I will be started at once. Judge J. M. I Grecory -and Louis O. Wendenhurg ! am representing the plaintiff and O. [ I. Pulliam ond Conway Sands the defendant. ' V\ Ith ike Police. Charged with being disorderly on; Hull Street car No. 1:1. Walter Oarnett, colored, twenty-three years old. was: arrested yesterdiiy afternoon by Con ductor J II Pulling. Garn tt was taken to the Third Station, where he j was held without ball for trial tht< I morning before Justice 11. A. Maurice. I Lucy Clark, oolore.1, charged with using abusive language, was yesterday assessed 12.50 and costs by Justice II. A. Maurice, in Police Court, Part II. Two negroes trrested on warrants sworn out by the Clark woman were dismissed. The Chesterfield Board of supervisors will meet in regular session Monday morning at Chesterfield Courthouse. Among the business matters to be con stdered are the grade ami overhead crossings over the Atlantic Coast Line tra< ks on t'a* county re>ads. Bids fori the construction of an overhead cross- j Ing over the Atlantic Coast Line on the Conduit Road, where two young girla recently lost their lives, will also be received. The supervisors are now working upon their semi-annual report of receipts and expenditures. Watermelon i.Ix-h Mun < ramps. Doubled up with pain. John Harris, colored, was found yesterday after noon In an alley at Fourteenth and Hull Streets, suffering with cramps caused l y mating an overripe water? melon. The man was carried Into a store, where sympathetic persons ad? ministered first aid. Their efforts to relieve his pain were unavailing, ana Dr. Taylor Hawkins, of the city amhu lance, was called In to untangle the kinks in the man's system. He was taken to his home on Fifteenth Street Property Sold for Taten. The city of Richmond yesterday, ac? cording to a deed of bargain and sale offered for registration In Hustings Court, Part II.. sold to the Tax and Title Company, of Richmond, flftj f el of property on Tenth Street. This property was owned by Elizabeth and. Nelson Beardaley anel was sold for un? paid taxes. The price pal,) was 1953, President Carter C. Jones, of the South Richmond Democratic Club, through Secretary Ralley Shlilet. yes terday Issued a call for a meeting ot the organisation to-night at tin- Court? house. Permission to uh?> the building was secured when It wan found that the regular quarters were to bo used for a lodge meeting. A full attendance of members is re? quested. Important business is to bo, transacted. The date for the mass- | meeting, at which the candidates fori the Administrative Board will present | tr.eir cases before the Sdutliside voters, will be fixed. Mrs. Williams Burled. The body of Mrs. Pattie I'.. Williams, wife of JCeb Williams, was taken yes? terday tn Green lia.v. Prince Edward Count)*, for interment. The services were conducts at the grave III the family burying grounds, Personal Mention, Mr. and Mrs. ('. S. Snclllngs and daughter, Miss Leila Bnelllngs, of .Salisbury. N. C., ar. the guests of Mrs. E. N. Gregory, Sr. Clerk Waiter R. DuVal, nf the Hust? ings Court. Part returned yesterday to iii.s duties ivltll a heavy coat of sunburn and tan. acquired while on a week's trip to Atlantic City. Judge Kniest H. Wells 's spending his vacation with hi.- family in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Harry Puckott, formerly of South Richmond, Is It: town renewing old acquaintances He will leave next week for Utah, accompanied by his mother, who will make her home with him Mrs. S, II Be mis has returned from a visit to Waynesvllle. N. C, H. S Flippen and Irving Robertson left last night for a week's visit at Ocean View. OBITUARY trthur M. Runs, Arthur M. Cinnn, for man> years < widely know lumber dealer of Rich? mond, riled at the Retreat for the Sid; last night at 3 o'clock. lie was sixty years of ape. The arrangements for the funeril have not been complet. d. Mr. Ounn married Miss Mattte Kates, n daughter of the into .Joseph W. Kates, who survives with four rtaugh t. rs?Mrs. Marry Kills. Mrs. Bright Cunningham. Mrs. lohn Fowler and Miss Catherine Gunn. Hiid one son. < larenc, R. Uunn. He is also survived A Non-poisonous Antiseptic for You If you suffer a cut or s.-ratch upon your hand or body, the utmost care should be exercised that disease germs do not enter the ilesh and cause cor.ta ! glon. The best thing to do is to Imme . dlately use Tyree's Powder a powerful j antiseptic and germicide, but an abso? lutely harmless preparation. It con j tains r.o bichloride or other poisons, and should he used wherever an anti? septic is needed The uses for which Tyree's Powder j are beneficial cover a wide range, it j can be applied dry or diluted, with water. Unexcelled as a douche and ; unsurpassed tn the prevention and de? struction of all Infectious or conta ' glous diseases A 25-cenl package ? makes two gallons standard antiseptic : solution. Recommended by physicians ? and sold by druggists everywhere. Send for booklet and sample. .1 S, Tvree. Chemist. Washington p. rr. Take the Popular Sunday Outings Thr riuMlcsn Double Track l ine, Xo Strips. Combined rail and water trip. Round $1.50 Trip TO oi,n roi\T. net itnoE, 01 eax view, VOItPOliK, ? tPE IIEXItV, t IUI.IM v he \< II. n TniliiH Every Sunday, ! Si30 a. St., 0 A, Mi and 11! Voon, Riving ten hours at the seaside, three I hours longer at Ocean View than via (any other tout*. by three brothers?W. S., Fred and A.. It. Gunn. Kuncrnl of .loMnh M< June*. [Special to The Times-Dispatch. 1 A.-hcvUle. N. C., August 22.? The fu-| ueral servlyes over the remains of: Joslah M. Jones, who died here yestor? day, were conducted to-day from the Haw Creek Methodist Church, a short) distance from AshevlUe. He pasfcdi away after an extended Illness and Tor] the past three months no hope Tor Ills recovery had been entertained. He was seventy years of ase, and for the pan seven years had been n member of the. Board of Aldermen. At the fu? neral, the members of the City Council acted as pall-bearers. Mr. .Toms was! a veteran of the War Between the States and was a lieutenant In the ; Confederate army. Uc wits born and reared In this city, and is survived I? ! a Wife, who was Miss Mattle Webb. They had been married forty-six years. i He Was n member of the Methodist Church and was well known through? out Western North Carolina. Mrs. Murr llenth. [Special to The TImes-Dlspatch.l Scotts.vllle, Vs., August 22,?Mrs. Mary Heath, widow of T. S. Heath, died yesterday evening ut the home 1 of her son. W. J. Heath, at Norwood, I where she was visiting. The hurlal j took place in the Presbyterian Ceme? tery here this afternoon at I o'clock. This Is th?- fourth death tn a family of five within less than two years Thomas S. Heath. Mayor of Seottsvllle, nnd one of Its most prominent citi? zens, was the first who died He was followed by his son. T. W. Heath, .1 siv-cessful builder and contractor nnd for many Wjars a member of the Town Council. Tiie only daughter, M'.ss -Annie Heath. di?>d less than two months sgo, and now the wife and mother hhs passed away. A son. W. .1. Heath, agent and operator at Norwood, is the only one left of the family. Mr*. Thomas B, MouitRhnn. [Special to Tii- Timcs-Dlspatch.l Alexandria. Va.. August 22.?Mrs. Monaghan. wife of Thomas Fi Sloria ghan. died to-day at her home. 107 Smith Patrick Street. She Is survived by her husband. The funeral arrange I ments have not been made iienrj Randolph Culler. Suffolk. Va., August 22.?Henry Ran? dolph Cullev. aged eighty-ono year', one of Suffolk's obi.-st Citizens, died yesterday at his home on Central Ave? nue. He was born in Mathews Count) In 1531 and had heen a resident of .Sur? folk for the past sixty years. He was a member of the Masons and Odd? fellows In Suffolk for over half .1 cen? tury. He leaves .-lx children, slxte, n grandchildren and throd ^rreat .grand? children. O. \. Maupiu. Charlottesvin?, Va? August i-'.?a. S Maupln, aged seventy-five years, 'well known Confederate veteran and j nrmer of the Pre,-- Union neighbor 1 hood, this county, died last night, .Ct- ; lit brief Illness. Some months ago he suffered a stroke of paralysis nnd in I his last days was almost totally blind. I Ho came to Cbarlottesvllle ten days ago to consult an eye specialist, but j was told that little could be done for him. He Is survived by bis wife, who DEATHS 0U.VN.MMed, ,\uc,,st yj. at 0 rt'eior P M.i at the Retreat toi the Siel ARTHUR M OUNN.aged sixty year II.- leaves a .cife, four daughters Mr". Harry Ellis, Mr-. Bright Cut n i.gham. Mrs. John Fowler. Oatli erine Gunn?and one son. Clarenc R. Ounn. Funeral notice later GEORGE. TRIMMER EDMONDS, the son of Mr. and Mrs. James P. Ed? monds, of '<lng William County, met with his death on August IS while out hathlnr- with his two brothers on the Mattlponi River. His brother tried to save him, and but for the timely aid of some hoys on the river they, too, would have lost their lives. lie was tlfteen years old. and was w.ll known in the neighborhood. He w.is loved by all for his sweet and useful life, was a help to all he came In contact with. He 1 lives father, mother, two ..I ters and four brothers to mourn their lose, but they are Comforted by the thought that he Is safe In the arms of Jesus, His funeral took place August 2ls( at o'clock In Did Acqtlintoh Church. A prec, is one from US Is gone, A Voice \\ e loved |4 still. .1. A place is vacant In our home Which never can be filled God in His wisdom has recalled The boon His love has given, And though bis body moultors here Ills soul Is safe in heaven. was Miss Elizabeth Han ls, only daugh? ter of the late Henry If. Harris, of nuar N'ortonvMle, this county. There aro no children. The funeral will take plivc.! at 3 o'clock to-morrow afternoon from Wesley chapel, near Free Union, tho service to be conducted by the Rev. Mr. w..t;s, of the Methodist Episcopal Church. South. Vir?. L. J. MlrKr. [Special to The rimes-Dispatch.] West Point, Vu , August 22.?Mrs. I. J. Blrge, of New Kent, tiled latti Insl night, and will be burled In tho West Point Cemetery to-morrow morn? ing. Mr. and Mrs. Hlrge came to this section from the North some years ago, and they we're very successful with farm and dairy. There are no chil? dren. Mr>. Susan llennolds. I Special to The Ttmcs-Dlspatoli.] Fredorlcksburg, Va? August 22.?Mrs. Susan RcnnoWs died at her home In ? ?tauge County, Wednesday, aged eighty years. She. Is survived by- ten children, four sons and six daughters. .Inraca llalsllp. LSpeclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatoh. ] Alexandria, Va., August 22.?lames llalsllp. fifty-two years old, .lied last high! ai his home at Braddock Heights. Alexander County. Typhoid fover was the cause of Ills death. Besides his wife ho leaves several children. Ho wasi a nai ve of Fairfax County. Death of n t hlld. Alexandria. Va . August 22?Alice, thirteen months old. .laughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. fob. an. died last even khg at the home of her parents, 313 South Patrick Street. The funeral took place this afternoon, castor Fa For Infanta rtud nhiidreii. ' The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of SOUTHERN SEMINARY 47 th Year For Girls and Young Ladies In midst of Dine Ridge Mountains. S enery resemble* tlic Alps. Cli ( mate extraordinarily healthful. Per? sonal care ol . very girl. Associations ol home, careful cultivation of man , ncrs, character and personality. Iligh | c.-t standard of preparatory and finish 1 iiig courses. Music and vocal training : ..i conservator} standard. Art and I cprrsMon equally as high. Domes? tic Science and Business Courses. Write at once fnr catalogue and liook on the Home Life. SOUTH K R N S F. MIN A R V. l!o\ 642. Bucna Vista, Va. otice On August 12, 1512. a lady was alighting from an outgoing lnterurban ear of tho Petersburg line, at Stop No. 4. The conductor was off tho car looking after passengers, when somo unknown, person rang tho car ahead, -causing the lady to bo thrown and Injured. A man was heard to say b>" nnoth-?:? passenger on the car that he the c? ahead, and that he did not car.- if he did hurt tho woman. lOn account of the car being full of I passengers, when tho conductor went I In, the guilty party could not be lo .v reward of $50.o) t fifty do'.largV will be paid for Information leading to tho arrest and conviction of th|? VIRGINIA RAILWAY & POWER CO.