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Would you dominate instead of walking in the ruck? As Whitman says "Do you not see how it would serve to have eyes, blood, complexion clean and sweet, to have such a body and soul that when ycu ent?er a ?crowd, an atmosphere of d?esire and command enters with you and every one is impressed with your personality?" How to Have Eyes, Blood and Complexion Clean and Swee+ BRIBE STATEMENTS Wt?OM RELIA cor LE? Milam has given me a great appetite and cleared and softened my akin. H. W. Lay don, Spray. N. C. Milam has restored my sight almost en? tirely. I wa? nearly blind when I started its use. W. E. Griggs, St?cy. and Trea?. W?r-stbrook8 Elevator Co.. Danville. V.i. Milan cur??d me of ?eczema after I had suffered with it 26 years and despaired of relirf. C. H. Williams, salesman for Cluett. Peabody ?St Co.. Troy. N. Y. F. D. ? ? d all my life with my eye?, ?king Milam I can read very fine iJ ?Jo embroidery work at night glasses. Miss Kate Mebane, R. 2. Blanche. N. C from which I eculd get no relief until I trurd Milam. This is the first spring and" summer I hive enjoyed in three years. Miss V.":nnitridPoston, 731 Patterson Ave.. Roanok.-. Va. WHY NOT LOOK, FEEL cad DE st Vour Best? Ask your druggist for six bottles cf M..' m on our liberal gucranUe? money b?.?H ?j rutt benefited. ?Ttor GOOD BLOodI i CLIMBING?AND CLIMBING. By M. J. 1'hiIUps. A group of young people were stand? ing within the railing surrounding the platform at the top of the town hall. Below, struggled the village, falling away in picturesque confusion from the hill on which the hall was situated. Off to the east, beneath the rays of a perfect moon, gleamed the radiant sur? face of Silver Lake. "I am going to climb to the flag? staff," said Calvin Brest. He was a drug clerk In the village, a wiry, dark young man, with the spirit of an ad? venture. . el. spite the humdrum occu? pation of purveying pills and powders. He felt moved to do something note? worthy tonight. Spring wag stirring his riotous young blood and Jessie Dane was standing beside him. There was a chorus of half-frighten? ed exclamations. The flagstaff sprang from the top of a low cupola Just above their heads. It was s thick, crooked lance of lumber 20 feet long, worn smooth by the "beating of many storms. From the top of the railing he lean? ed foiward and drew himself up on the roof of the cupola. With a laugh he laid hands on the pole. Wrapping his legs about it he began to climb. It merely shivered a bit at first; but when he was a third of the distance to the top the polo swayed back and forth. If it snapped under his weight there was a sheer drop of nearly 100 feet to the cobblestoned court below. But it did not snap. Brest reached \ the top without mishap, natted th.? eilt l^ball that crowned it and then with a whoop slid down the staff and alighted in their midst on the railed platform. He was given the reception of an admired, spoiled child. 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"I'm going up, too," he gald, and there was another sensation. Whitecomb was a young farmer whose land adjoined the town. He glanced at Jessie Dane as he spoke. The girl took a step forward and put out a hand as if to stop him; and then, realizing that any pleading might render her conspicuous, she turned away without a word. Whitcomb got to the roof and be? gan to climb. He was heavier than Brest and Hess skilled. Under htis labored efforts the pole sways?! and Bhivered. The smiles slipped from the faces of the watchers; their gay words of en? couragement were stilled. They re? membered that the staff was old; it had been years in place. But good fortune awaited on him, too.. He placed his hand for a mo? ment on the gilt ball and slid back thankfully. He was not so popular as Brest, and his safe return was greeted by less of a demonstration. A constraint fell over the group. The sanie thought was in every mind. The incident was not yet closed. For the youth who had been Jessie Dane's boyish adorer was there. Would he do as much as the others? Whitcomb voiced the question of all when he said with a sneer. * "Well, Peter?" r Price, leaning indolently on the railing, drawled, "Well, Al?" "Are you a sport?" "Do you mean, am 1 going to climb that pole, too?" "That's what I mean." "Having been born with some sense.' replied Peter, "l am not. yon , and Calvin made fools of yourselves is ! no reason I should." Wliitcom!) laughd boisterously. "1 , always thought you lacked sand," hf :. Lstsr Whitcomb and Calvin Brest walki'd home with Jessie. r Price did not seem to notice an> change in attitude toward him. H? attended the village men ings as bb-bbI and kept as near ;iossible, fetching ami carrying for her and anticipating her wil As to Brent ami Whitcomb they enjoy ed to the lull the fame their exploit brought. They all attended the first picnic ol the year on Snake island, so called be cause of its peculiar shape and the fact that it terminated in a bluli high which looked like the up lined head of a serpent. The island was in Silver Lake, perhaps a mile from shore. The boat landing was on a narrow strip of beach beneath the bead of th, serpent. To get to the top of the blufi it was necessary to walk for 100C yards along the beach to a spot where the precipice began to subside and a path wound upward. When the dozen young people reach, ed the top they sat down to rest aftei the climb and to enjoy the sweep ol sparkling water and wooded short spread out before them. A sudden scream of fear cut through I their light-hearted conversation an< I brought them to the edge of the bluff i Below on the beach was a sight tha for a moment struck them dumb horror. Two of their party, Mr. and Mrs. O'Dan Pemeroy, had just landed and drawn their rowboat into the clustre of other small craft- Barely '.ad they stepped ashore when the huge black bearded figure of a mar. darted from a clump of underbrush with a club up? raised. Mrs. Pomeroy had screamed at sight of him. The group above saw the next act in the tragedy. Pomeroy advanced brave? ly, but the club swept downward through nie guard of his arms and struck him on the head. He dropped, and shriek on shriek burst from his wife. "That's the maniac who nearly kill? ed his keeper at Fairview Asylum yes? terday and got away! They tele? phoned me his description," grasped Paterson, editor of the village paper. "O. what shall we do," moaned Jes? sie Dane. "See, he's going to grab Edna!". She turned to the white-fac? ed young man. "O, run. run!" Peter Price slipped off his coat and shoes. "No time," he said swiftly. "She'd be killed before we could get down the paths, I am going this s Living foot had never pressed the cliff of Snake Island before. It Seem? ed a sheer drop of 10 score feet from the sB-ass roots to the sand. But there werjf ledges and shelves which furn? ish?? grand grips and foothouds, how? ever precarious. Price worked his way downward Wo dared not look, for when he did his head sveam dizzll?/. He groaned with his feet already stockingless. torn and bleeding from the jagged rocks, and I found supp?t somehow. Hand under hand he crawled over the flint as a fly crawls on the side of the house. He was careful?but not too careful. For too much care meant delay. And Edns Pomeroy s se resma eren now echoed p.tifully as she struggled In the madman? clasp. Once be lost his hold and fell for a yard or more; fingers and toes spread talon-like, grssped over the merciless rock. Peter Price reverted to type, went back 10,000 years in the flicker of an eyelash. Once again he was a man monkey who had missed a waving branch in the highway of the trees. His fingers had eyes in them; hJs toes clutched with fierce suppleness. He found crevices no wider than the bridge of his nose, and clamped Into them. Slipped?caught; and clung again. The fall was stopped. The picnicers, straggling, sobbing; and panting, reached the beach. They found Peter tying the subdued maniac with a painter from one of the boats; Dan Pomeroy was waving his throb? bing head; his wife was crying a lit? tle, but quite calm?considering her experience?and wholly unharmed. Jessie Dane went straight to Peter i and took both his scarred hands in her own. "Be careful, Jessie; they're bleeding. You'll get all stained up." He tried to speak m his old matter-of-fact way, but his voice trembled. "I don't care," she said, and her eyes shone with a light that dazzled, "I don't care. For you are safe, Peter, dear!" MIXK WS I'KU'TH I CIU I I Ills ON CHINKS MEXICO CITY. Special. ?Bandits and Insurrectos are raiding; Chinese ranches in Northern Chihuahua and intlictimi barbarous cruelties up??n the Chinese owners. ?several ranch houses have been burned and the ? queues of the owners tied to hor????' tails and the animals turned 1? Several Chinese were scalped alive in this manner. HUBARD TO MAKE PLEA OF INSANITY Expects to Go to Electric Chair, Penitentiary or the Insane Asylum?Was On Eve of Go}ng to Ken? tucky. L?Xlim Ri", VA., Special. ? J?ilui L. Lee, Use criminal lawyer who ?lcf??ii?l?-?l .Mayor M?'Ciie, of i ?iniloit??s,Ule. and Jmlge W. t.. !><>vini;. ?il N?lsoii ? ?unity, and who uns Uicniilu-tl with ?be <lc tense in sonae ??r the Margis ?ases in Kentucky, will Fu? Icud?n;-. ?conneel lor Den Milliard, who -.. brutally nnmler??d Dr. .1. A. IVt tlt in Nelson ??unity Mtiiielay. In? sanity will be the ?Icleii-c's pica, and it is thought tin? defense will have a s-oasg ii??i ?>r insane rciati*.?--, of the prisoner to support thla pl?ea. It srss l??ariH??l today that ?me of the llrst or tli?'-?? un*? a nui tci.iiil Sjsrcasnr, who, y??ars ag<?, in Alhciiiniic ? ?unity. ' iminlcn-d a man in almost hlentl? allv tin? same way Dr. IVttit BTSS imirdcr ?tl Monday. This man boss SB> f?'ii<l?-?l Bl his trial by Patrick Henry, tin? noted Virginia ataftes nian. Tlu? r*B3feasSB win ?ot iK, rt.n,|v f??r trial on thtobcr ?tli. but ?Will sur??ly ask for a coiitlnuaiic??. At t?ini?'.v Lee was Hubard's r?i?>in iiiat?' ai high school throe lIccSMlta Sleeping srtth him through two ?.??svion??. This is the third member ?it Mr. U?c's ?lass that he has been rnlled upan to nefend f?ir murder, one ?if win mi Bras .iinlj??? Loving, wiio killed ronns i -us in N?eison comity several reSTsl ;i":o and was at ?iiiilleel un d??r the "iinwritt??n law" plCB LewtS Brown. ?.!" taTtagStOB, will be iiss?H-iat?'?i with Lee fur the de? fense. While counsel has been re? tained, non?? ol Milliard's relatives hsve SB pel ?.islt???| him at the jail here. LYN( HBURO, VA., Special. ?uainst ti IF YOU HAVT ^mwrng^r no appetite, | KJiKtfstlon. Flatulence, Sick Headache, ?II run ?Sown" or losing fleab.-you will find Tuft's Pills fust ?* hot you need. They tone up the weaJr atomsich and build up the flagging ?nergie?.. REMEMBER f. for Coughs h Colds Keep your Hands, Lips and Skii soft and smooth with Soothing Balm 50 YEARS PROOF Harmless as Butter Write or s?36 ? ROBINS, 200 E. Marshall, RICHMOND, Y A. Expert service in the adjustment of ?aye-glasses, spectacles, etc. Highest Clasf Prescription Work Twenty-five year? practical ex? perience. Kodaks and Amatue;* Photo Sup? plies. Artistic Developing and Printing. Mail orders promptly at? tended to. The 5. Caleski Optical Co. Main and and Broad and Eighth RICHMOND, VA. Third. AXSO 211 S. Jefferson St, 120 Oranby SL? Roanoke, Va. Norfolk, Va Apple Barrels MADE If. .\KSTKD anil KNOCK DOWN. Any boy can put up the knock down I bbls. Get my price, F.O.R. your atatlon. IKON MILLER Will him* port, Pa. Waynesboro, Yn. A TERRIBLE ORDEAL. A Basas Yista Wsmaa'i Safferias*? Witt KMsey Treaale. Mrs. Virginia Spltser. Buena Vista. Va. says: "For thirtj years I ssffersd everything but death with my kidneys. I cannot describe my suffering from terri? ble, bearing-down pains, dizzy spells, headaches and per? iods of partial blind? ness. The urine was full of sediment. I was in the hospital three weeks. Doan's Kidney . Pills were quick to relieve me and soon made me well and strong again." Remember the name?Doan's. For sale by all dealers, 60 cents a box. Foater-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. his cell In the city jail, where he was conflnsd Monday night for safek* Ing, Benjamin Hubard. the slayer of Dr. J. A. Pettit, of Koseland. Nelson county, at Lovlngston Monday after? noon, was questioned last night In an effort to get front him a motive for the crime that he now is charged with. Further than to state that his life, both mentally and physically, for many years had been "hell on earth, if there is such hell," his replies to the questions asked him were indefi? nit? and cvnulvp it was learned yesterday that At? torney Louis ?rown, of the firm of Brown <.<- Brown, <>f Lovlngston. and which also has offices here, has been retained by the prisoner's father for the defense. It is very probable that ! someone will be associated With him, and from the prisoners talk last night it is evident that he prefers J. L. Lee, who was a s'-tmolmate of his when he was a youth. He stated last night that Mr. 1'rown had told him n<>t to talk. At other times, when pinned down for a detinite reply to a question relating to the crime, he would state that he wanted "M or "Mr. Brown" to prepare "my an? swer." Refers to Thaw < There is one thinjf that has im? pressed itself on the man's mind, and that is the Thaw case. He continu? ally referred to this. The prisoner, through the accom? modation of Jailer Johnson, v. ited about 10 o'clock last nicht h*x s trio of i ? r men. 1 i t?> bed and was apparently as!. is two ?ails were hs aroused himself and stumi through the dark to his cell d>>?.r. His conversation wa.? wandering, and yet, time, he dlsplfl an i a In an appi to guard hin thin? that might prove Injurious hit He was very wary at rnlflcant fact, coming la view of inti: .,11 made that insanity is a verj probable line of defense, is the weak men. that the prisoner possessed, either in resitt] ?>r conveniently, last ni^ht. l?e could not even remember his wife's maiden name. When asked this question he studied for several ? onds before he answered "Cirnbbs." And he had even more trouble in re ni; her given name, several being snsjestsd is an effort to aid his mem? ory before hs Bk&lly stated that it is Mary, and that he married her in Tennessee. He was told of certain reports that have he.n circulated concerning professional visit, sometime ago, of 1 >r Petti! to SSS his wife, and which was sai?! t?> hSVS formed a part in the n.<>t.\<- for the crime, lit admitted that the physician had been to his home, though he would not-go into any szplanatlon Of the circumstance*? Of t h> "I Was Worried." ? d what was on his mind when ? : : hotel In 1 misi?n .Monday afternoon with a load? revolver on his person, his reply still indefinite. 1 don't know," hs said Eft While, "1 was worried. 1 h long time." "V.'hat was worrying you?" h? i go t.. Kentucky "tin n he couldn't foil? thai the tarred to l>r. l'< . i ry your wife with led ?ioing to carry the Thaw lit t tat "l don't know," he said, "i r I v. . ?hair, or the point? or the insano asylum." Paus! ply, he raised his head from the bowed non in whoh he held it, ;; denlj remarked: ??Tin Thaw case. Th in the i: lylum, or he was sent there. You know he killed?what his name, White." Hs then dropped hack Into his un concerned manner, hut when pro?. Ith questions showed that h. ' had been very familiar with the Thaw tainlng memory of many of the detalla and recalling names of some of He was asked why he killed Dr. Pettit. In came that wariness. He hes ! Itated 9 while, scratching his head : with one hand while ths other clutch of his door. And Anally 1 when he did apealt, his reply v ; around an answer with the tl?n that he wanted his prepare his "statement." He Had ??Heard" Things. In an unconnected and at times mbllng manner he referred to cer? tain things that fa he had ' heard." but hs would not say what these things were nor how they reach? ed him. Huhard is very slow and droll in his ner of speech, and lie has the hahit of prefacing his remarks with a kind of grunt. His conversation par: of the mountaineer dialect, and while he frequently drops a wrong: word into his sentences his meaning is generally very clear It is said that h< aol in Nelson county several he stating when aske?l last night t it was about 1S80. His . app ping with his ! other rustic characteristics. He did not appear in the least to Iniind being aroused from sleep and hurry for his visitors to : ? a vol un? iment? that he made. prisoner was asked last night defense would be. and that he didn't know. 'it my lawyers want it to be the un? ir it is all right with if they want insanit? ghU" Dr. IVttlt Burled. SI 11PMAX. VA., Special.?The fu?era Pettit, who >? ntly k i i ? ?awsos by Benjamin Of near Colleen to?>k place at 11 <? iterday from his late b< d Monday nifrht ? i>\' private ?e. twelve miles distant t ?t?->n. accompanied by a X ? his lmnipdi bor ? ' ! a?l Rone to attend Loving? The funeral was one of the I o\a ha? taken pise? In Nelson for I [ear?. Th? Servi??? were in chars? of i p? locml Masonic Lods? and w?r? at-1 lended by a numbir of th? Oov?rnur s I W*ff. In full uniform, leadla? quit? a tomiary air to th? ?x?rcl???. Th? r?-1 bain? w?r? laid to re?t In th? family Jurying grouml. PASTORS VICTIMS OF BRIDAL COUPLE CHICAGO, ILL., Special. ?A dozen preachers sre condoling with one an r over the loss of money of which were defrauded by a counter r and s woman accomplice, who repeatedly presented themselves for marriage and also presented $20 bills in payment of a $10 f?.?*. The clergy? man who told of the fraud refused the nsmes of the preachers Involved, as secrecy had been agreed on at a denominational meeting. I'nder the names of Gustave Foster and Amanda Thomas an elderly and rently loving pair at various time? appeared at the parsonages of hers to be married. After the ceremony had been per? formed the man said. "I wish, sir, that I could reward you with $20 for this kind act of yours, which makes a happy ending to a courtship of many years, but my purse is some? what slim and I can afford but $10. Then he would tender a $20 bill and the clergyman would give him back $10 in real money. "I tried to buy a book of sermons with my $20 bill," said the preacher who told the story, "and was repulsed by an angry salesman, who threat? ened to have me arrested." SHOOTS JUSTICE THEN HIMSELF MAN WAfl FIXED FOR INFRAC? TION OF LAW AND RF.SORTS TO GUN. BRADEXBURG, KY., Special. ? Enraged because he had been arrest? ed and fined for living with a woman not his wife, Arthur Young today shot Justice of the Peace Julius Grif ifie dead with a shotgun at his home, near Garnettsville. Young fled Into Garnett8ville, where he blew his own head off with the same weapon. FUSrONISTS WIN IN SAN FRANCISCO JAMES HOI.1*11 DEFEATS MAYOR M't A KTIIY?S< MIA LISTS TOLL .?.O00 \<>i SAN* FRANCISCO. CAL., Speciail. ? In the M Of th?- new primary law, which carries a charter amend? ment providing; that any candidate re celvins a majority of the votes cast ted ami saved the troub!? expensa of a second campaign, Jamea Rolph, Jr.. has been eleeteii May?n Of San Francisco <?v?r a fielil of five. His chief opponsnt was P. H. McCar? thy. Incumb? nt. H?ilph received the endorsement of the Republican and DsmocrstlC machines, while McCar? thy ran on a Union I .a bor tlckeL With returns of yesterday's ?lection Incomplete, It is estimated the Social? ists have polle?el about 3.OOO votes. WALTER SUYDAM GETS DIVORCE FROM WIFE NEW YORK, Special. ? TVslter LlwpeilSrd Suytlain. th?? ?JrBaBBSTj inilUoiialrc whose? wife elo|H??l with Kredcrh'k N??hl??. tin? yoiith ful son of a Brooklyn pliim lH?r. was today pxniHed a ?Iiv?>r?-c. AMERICAN HORSES ON NEW MARKET COURSE NEW MARKET, ENG., Special.? Two American horses were placed in t!ie? 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Re- j move it and gtntly tap the stopper on either side against glass, when you ? will find it will easily come out. To' avoid the same thing happening again be careful to twist the stopper around as It fits the mouth of the bottle. HOW TO L.U'MIEK EMBROIDERED UHKH& Dip the embroidered piece first in cold water, then wash it out in warm water, not too hot, and a good soap, by squeezing the suds through and through the haterial the embroidered parts at least must never be rubbed or wrung. Never let the embroidery soak; this would be sure to fade the coloring and destroy the lustro. v quickly and pla> n two CI towels to dry without folding or roll? ing up. While yet damp, place e , right side down, on so thicknesses Of blankets and press with ? hot iron. Son: piece of linen or roi.lory before but with care this is aoi lary. This refers, of course, only to col abroldery. L in white cotton may be put In b boiler and be all the better for . Embroidery done on silk may b?> tned with gasoline The dirt will diappear Ilk to soak a sufficiently loi;. s ? ? ? Cocoanut Sandwiches?Roll out one half pound of good puff paste until one-fourth of an inch thick, then place it. in a baking tin, and bake in a hot OTen until a golden brown. When done let it get cold. Whip one-half , pint of cream to a stiff, dry froth: I add to it three tablespoonfuls each of powdered white sugar and d Every man has trouble in adjusting his no^ktie uuless he wears Slip Easy Collars which all have the Slip Easy Tab shown above. They come in all styles. use Slip Easy Collars you w;" never wear any other kind. Ask your dealer to get them. If he will not write us and we will see you art supplied. V. W. FERGUSON COLLAR CO. Troy, N. Y. cocoanut. Cut the pastry into strip? three inches long by one inch wide. spread some of the cocoanut cream on each piece, then put two pieces to? gether, and sprinkle powdered white sugar thickly over them, s s s s Vanilla Cream Pastry?Roll out one pound of puff paste in sheets one fourth of an inch thick, place on bak? ing tins, and bake in a moderate oven to a golden brown. When done and cool, cut into strips three inches lone and one inch wide. Beat one-half pint of cream until very stiff, add four tablespoonfuls of powdered sugar, and varilla to flavor, and color half of It pink with a iittle fruit coloring paste. Put one-half pound of icing sugar la a bowl with sufficient boiling water te make it of the consistency of very thick cr? this on on? side of half the stripsof pastry; spread the other strips with the cream using the pink on half of them and the white <r -ben lay on '. strips of pastry, the iced sides uppermost. 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