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fcntd lo "InJufloUB to the morals of ma
torlal Intorest of tho communlty. Mr.
iAndoMoti thought .theso provlsions wouid
Jhrust tho Jutlgo lnto' tho vorlox ond
jnnc!str6m nf hat red nnd pusslonnto con
' ?w>t* st ihe r-nmo tlmo that they prom?
lsed hlm wlth no legal deflnlto test
Upon whlch io doclde the qunstlon,
Ho thought they wotild lleml W pe*
Mroy tho Indopendrnco nnd undormlno tne
.enrlessness of oitr Judges. Ho wns not
rmp.sdd to tho object of the .Alnnii blll,
Init to Ihe meihod propoHOd. He express
nd wlllhnrness to volc for nny blll J?lP?
?Mnnn wouid draw, provlded Its adop
llon wns left to tho qunllflod olectomte.
Mr. Andorson, tborefore, offored as n
t-ubstltuto to tho commlttee amendment
tho original Mann blll amended. so ns
to ftpplv to cltlos tifl woll as countles. but
providlng for a populur voto boforo en
Tho Richmond Een.Uor wns plled wlth
questlons. but ho held lils ground splen
dldlv. He arguod wllh gront force thnt
tho'people thomselvo3 ought to havo the
rlght to sny Avhether dr not they wnntod
llquor to be. sold. The mntter of presont
Ing petltlons ho regardoci n? nbsurd, for
the very good renson tlmt peoplo wouid
slgn petltlons for or ngalnst almost any?
Judgo Mnnn. enrly In the flght, showed
lho gamo qunlltlos In hlm by making It
plaln tlmt If Mr. Aiulersou's nmeml
ments should prcvnil all ho was llghtlng
for wouid be lost,.
Mr. AVIckhnm Ilncd up wlth Judge
Mnnn, nnd whllo the Hanovor Sonntor
had nothing to sny, ho noddod sipprov
lngly when. tlio Judge boreel holos In
iho Anderson nmondments.
The Rlchmoml Senator wns not nt nll
hbashed. Ho wns calm. cool and pollte
nnd nlce, as he always is, and ln that
xnodest wny so chnrncterlstlc of him ho
potirod hot shot lnto tho fo.-iture of tho
Mann hlll thnt nllows n ,1uc\go to pnss
upon petltlons nnd decldo whero liquor
t-hall bo sold, rathor thnn 1o portnlt tho
pooplo at an olectlon nnd by socret bal?
lot to decldo thls questlon.
Mr. Andorson lald great stress upon tho
fnct thnt a marked copy of a paper, tell
Ing what hadbeen the fate of SpnatoTa
Jn Tennosseo who hnd voted agalnst tho
thing asked fnr hore, had been sont to
Virglnln Senators. IIo said that, for one,
lio was golng to flo whnt ho thought to
be for tho bost Interests of'hfs peoplo,
nnd a velled threat wouid not causo hlm
to, leavo tho palh that he thought was
the one of Justlce nnd rlght,
Later on, Judgo Mann snld ho was not
tosponsiblo fnr thls "marked copy" bolng
pent to the Senators, and.thnt ho know
nothlng of It.
"If II Is sought to -lntlmldnto mo," snld
Sonntor Anderson, "J wouid reslgn my
sent before I wouid bo driven Into dolng
that whlch I bejicve not only to bo not
r'ght, but to bo an attack upon tho vory
ifundamentnl prlnclples upon whlch our
government rests, nnd'thnt Is tho prln
clple to lot tho people decldo for thom
tselves what thoy want."
Mr. AYickhnm pald the "mnrked copy,"
Jf lt hnd corno to him. hnd boen asslgned
to tho waste bnsket. Othor Senators
Btated thnt they: had. received tho pnpor
but lind paid no attention to It.
JUDGE MANN'S REPLY.
' Mr. Ahderson mndo for hls sldo a
When Judgo Mann roso to rpply a hush
fell over tho nssombly. Tho Judgo was
fired with enthusiasm for hls measuro.
He wns loaded wlth urgumcnt. Ho wns
ln excellent humor. In mlghty good
taste he argued for what ho wanted ac
compllshed without denounrlng or abus
Ing anybody whntsocA'er. Ho talked ns
a father wouid to hls chlldren ln plead
Ing wlth them to bo good, bnt promlslng
to uso somo swltch lf they did not bo '
Tho Judge argued that thero could not
possihly bo placed a constructlon upon
hls bill to mnko it apponr to bo unroa
"My blll," ho' sald, wlth grent ompha
pls, "is to place tho burdon upon tho mnn
who wants a llquor llcenso, r.nd to tnko
tho burden off thoso who opposo the
llcense. If thls Is not fair, If it Is not
Just, If it Is not right, then I don't know
what ls rlght and what Is Justlco,"
Judge Mann could tfco no renson why
the judge passlng upon tho appllcnllon '
for a llcenso could not detornilno whnt
ls tho senso of tho peoplo ln tho neigh
horhood whoro lt Is proposed to conduct
tho saloon. He fired n pretty hot shot
at Senator Anderson In regard to tho
1)111 to allow judges to decldo as to the
cxtention of corporato llmlts of cities or
towns - Instead of pormlttlng tho people
most dlreetly nffected to vote.
Mr. Anderson worked hls way out tho
Jiole into whieh ho wns placed ln n dlplo
matic wny. no sald that lho Leglslature
had docided thnt the caso ho referred to
?was wrong, and If tlio content.lon of Judge
Mann now wns good, Judgo Mann was
?wrong. In other words, tho Leglsdaturo
had declded In tho ono enso not to nllow
t.ho Judges lo pass upon tho mattor of
annexatlon, nndjjr ought to bo conslstont
B.nd not to pr.rml^ t-hls*" thing proposed to
be done now. * -'
Judgo Mann mado lt plnln that he wns
In favor of tho abolition of saloons cvory
rwhoro. and that ho was prncooding step
by step to a'ccompllsh hls purpose.
It was a most courteous, a very ablo
irtebate, nnd It wlll bo resumed when tho
tSenato meots at 11 o'clock to-day.
The Mornirg Sesslon,
AVhon tho Senato met at 10 o'clock It
?wns qulto ovldeht thut it wouid bo a
Btrenuous day In the llfo of the Setia
tors. Tho revcnue hlll was. the subject
to be con-ldored, and. perhnps, passed.
Members of tho body wero early ln thelr
pcata ..nd roadlng tlio measuro carefully.
The Senato chamber rapldly fllled up
?with vlsltors, and there was n pretty good
pprlnkling of peoplo in tho gallory,
Senator Wlckham, who had chargo of
the moasure, seemed to reallao the bur
Iden that was upon hls shoulders when
he camo ln nnd took his seat, Chalrman
D3onz. of the Hpuso Finance Commltteo,
?who will havo to'load the rlght for the
measuro when lt goes back ln Ita amend?
ed form. to hls Blda of the Capitol bulld?
lng, sat by tho slde of Mr. Wlckham,
Mr. Garrett offpred nn amendment as
to the tom.riBO tax on cpftl, but he subae
quently withdraw it.
The flrst battle occurred over Mr. Ander
son's amendment to reduce tlie U~ upon
bulldlng1 and loan assoolatlons from $7.1
to S.V). This le.l to n very xpley little dls
cussion e-s to the merlt-, or dcmeiit-, of
these assoctatlons, Bomethlng had been
sald about tho Auditor of Publlc Ac?
counts havlng sald that these corpora?
tions are. not bearlng thelr Just burden
of taxatlon, Air. Oogblll stated, In his
Joculnr way, that the Auditor was look?
lng around alwaya for subjects for mx
Btlon. "He thinks about this matter lu
the d~y nnd rtr<?~..;~ about It nt nlght,"
sald Alr. Cogblll,
Mr. Wntklm ftred hls 18-lnch gun nt
the Andcrson amendment and kllled lt,
He thoupht these assoclftllons Hhould bo
compelled io contribute their Just share
to tho support o. the government.
'Tho Audet-on amendment went- the
tvey of all others that sought to make
materlal change* ln the blll. ln other
words, lt fell down and the Finance
Commlttee's amendment making tho tax
f.n was adopted.
NO TAX ON T)A_ll.ER8.
Tho Finance Coinmitteo's amendment
Wlll be rou... to Itn ratural rtuth.
tmd your foiiio-tenoM, h*a<l~clMi wvl
constlpatlon ho cuied li you taii.
fcSo_-_ by wi aruf ifi-U- W txou.
Just a Line.
Our Spring line is ready I
Drop in. Take a pull at it.
Pull off your lieavy coat
and slip on one of our new
88.50 to $25.
Sprinjj Rnltfl, Hnts, Shoos, Fnrnlsh
lngs?all ln nn(l nll plcasiug.
m__\ & ____t_____$_ii
to tho Houso blll removlng the tax pro?
posed to bo placed upon oach barbor's
chair wns adopted. Mr. Wlckham sald
tho commlttoo, whlle reallzlng and re.cog
nlzlng tho fact that the barber ls a "ton
sorlnl artlst," also recognized tho fact
that thoy wero labor men, and lf thoy
wero to be taxed, to follow out thls prln
clple, fnrm hands wouid havo to be
Mr. Barksdale secured tho passage of
nn amondment lncreaslng the llcenso tax
on labor agents from 825 to 550, and re
quirlngthem to go before court and prove
that thoy nra proper persons to engage
ln tho buslness,
Mr. Mcllwalne moved to have the blll
so amended as to abollsh the taxwnpon
boardlng house keopers. He could not
see why thls tax was ever lmposed. In
most cases tho keepers of boardlng
houses wero poor, helpless ' women, and
woro engnged In this- occupatlon not
becau'so they doslrod to do so, but be?
eause thoy wero foroed by clrctimstances
so to do. "Many women suffer in sllenco,
whoro mon wouid protest," sald tho Pe?
MR. WiCKHA.1V- RKPDIES.
Mr. Wlckham stated that it was k).own
throughout tho State that thls blll was
undor conslderation; thousands of peo?
ple had come to the commlttoo, but thero
had not been a slnglo protest from thls
sourcc. "It ls a hard thing to Impose
taxes," sald Mr. Wlckham. "Nobody de
slres to do thls, We can all agroo wllh
the Petersburg Senator In hls expresslon
of svmp.itliy for those good women. But
if wo woro to follow out the oxnmplo ho
wouid set, wo could not tnx tho poor
farmors, tho poor Inwyers, tho poor nr
chltocts and the poor toamstors, nor tho
poor anybody elso. The mlnd of mnn
has novnr yet concclved of a tax blll
that ls satlsfaetory to evorybo.Iy, nor
Is that possible. AVo should not, how
ovcr, Ieglslato ln tho3o mattors out of
Mr. Claytor polnted out that boardlng
houses by bolng Heonsed and taxod en?
joyed certnln prlvlleges as to Hens. whlch
they wouid loso lf thls amendment was
Mr. Chapman took the snmo view of
the matter as did Mr Wlckham. nnd Mr.
Shapds supported Mr. Mcllwalno's con
The nmendment offered by Mr. Mcll?
walno was adopted. Thls was tho flrst
materlal change made in the act, but
the tax derlvod from boardlng houses ls
not large ln tho aggregate. lt Is $," per
nnnum upon each houso and one per
cent. upon tho rontal valuo of houso and
furniture in c\-cess of $100,
Mr. Seara offorctl nn amendment do
si.ST.od to protect the lawyers. In other
word. he I hought thnt as they woro
taxed, olhers than thoso who are regu?
larly llc'ensed attorneys should not be
permlt led to write deods or wllls for
eompen. atlon. "The medlcal men and
tho dontlsts are protected," sald ho, "No
one save theso llcensed doctors and den
tlsts can practlco thelr professlon for
compensatlon. XV\\y dlscrlmlnnte agalnat
the lawyers? I say It wlth nll degree of
modosty, that thera Is no clnss of peo?
plo who serve thelr State and tho peo?
plo of tho Commonwealth for so little
pay ni>. .the lawyers."
Alr. Bryant called attentlon to the fact
that this r/roposed amendment would
prevent renl eHtate agents from drawlng
deeds, and he wanted lt nmended so as
to oxempt these people.
Alr, W'lckhnm admitted the force of
Mr. Bears' remarks, but ho thought the
amendment should not be adopted, "t
would ho loth to Interfere with tho old
and estnbll. hed customs of tbe Stato,"
sald he. "There ls a lnrgo class of hon?
ornhlo pooplo In thls State who would be
affected, Thoy nre tho Justlces of the
peace. Would you say that these Jus
tl"es Bh.Ula not chnrpe a small feo for
draw|ng up a blll of sale for a horse? I
thlnk thln prnpoued amendment would
affect tV.o Indlvldual rlgh'.s of tho cltl?
zen. You would derlve llttlo revenue
from. this nctlon suggested, nnd you
wouid simply nntngnnlzo a large class
of our beal nnd most -worthy people,"
MR. I.YM-l'S YJEAVS
Replylng to Mr. I.yle, who favored tho
Benr- eimendmont, Mr. Wlckham sald:
"AA'onld you force a poor man out In tho
mountaln* of Cralg or Montgomery to
go K miles In order to secure tha sor
vlces of a trnined lawyer and to pay
him a fee of $5fi or |50 !:i order to havo
drawn up a bill of sale fnr tlmbor when
thla man eopld get a person at home
to do thls worlt for tiO cents?"
Mv Lyle pald that lt wouid be much
better for the^e people to go to a law?
yer to have thelr work dono than to
have legal papers drawn un by thoso
who nre Ignoiant of law, "AVhy," snld
he, "somo of tho bigpest foes 1 ever re?
ceived camo from people who had gnno
to mon who do not know law nnd had
them drnw up papers whloh tuined out
to be faulty. Il !s for tho very bost
Interests nf the vory peoplo to whom the
Hanover Per.ator refe.rs that I am speak
Mr. Bears tho-.ght that ho was pro
pneing to do not only what wiu, just
t*> the lnwyers, btt-t that whlch wouid
'protect weok nnd lgnorant people ayalnst
tlu.t whieh mlght work harm to them.
Thi* d.-bntfl took a very humorous turn
nnd ihf-ic wn* much jileasar.try indulged
ir. ..mon** Megr-r*. AA'Ickhnm. Lyle, Md).
welne. H.'.-iru, Knrksdnlo snd others.
rlp.nklnc uerlously, Mr. Be.ir? sald ho
???? drfendln* n great princlple. It wns
riot a Quntlon <>t dlsturblng th? rural
people, but ono of dolng Justlce by all
and bolng loglcnl in pnsslng a tax blll.
HE WAS ONtLY PRACTICAL.
"I do not profoss to be loglcnl, but
slmply to be praetlcal," nnswered "Mr.
Mr, Sears declared tho tax blll to bo
Illogical and not praetlcal. He favored
the prlnclple bf every man contrlbutlng
his JtiBt share to tho support of the gov?
ernment, and ho did not want favors
to bo shown somo and others dlscrlml
Alr. Sears reluctantly accepted an
amendment proposed by Mr. Halsey, sav?
ing what is known aa a "convoyancor,"
ho to pay a licensa tax of $10 per yoar.
Mr. Keezell opposed tho wholo thlng
and argued that it would work a great
hardshlp upon country people to forco
thom to go many mlles to sccuro the
servlces of a llcensod "convoyancor" pr
a lawyer, for few peoplo in tho romotc
country distriets could afford to tnko.
out tho llcense of a "convoyance." Ho
agreed with Mr. Wlckham that thls pro?
posed actlon would noedlossly atlr up
trouble throughout tho Stato,
Atr, Halsey, at Alr. Claytor's sugges
tion, agreed to mako tho tax upon tho
Alr. Sears asked Mr. Wlckham lf he
should follow out hls vlews to thelr logl?
cnl concluslon, If lt would not bo woll
to have tho Governor appolnt notarles
publlc wlthout tho notarles paylng any
AS TO NOTARIES.
. Atr, Wlckham repea.ted tho statement
?that he did not attempt to bo loglcnl, but
to bo praetlcal, In tho flrst placo, ho
thought tho amendment unnecossary;
secondly, llttlo revonue would como from
lt, and, thirdly, lt would stlr up troubV
and would nendlcssly put tho eountry
peoplo to great worry, trouble and an
Alr. Sears could not soo tho matter ln
thls llght, but he thought no moro favor
should bo shown ono class of peoplo
In that plain, praetlcal way ho has of
presentlng hls vlows, Alr. Gold sald lt
looked to hlm as If thls amendmont slm?
ply meant saylng to tho country poo?
plo "stand and dollver." It would se
riously affect a good nnd useful class
of cltlzens. "I have seon w|lls wrltten
by farmers thnt havo stood tho tost of
courts and I havo heard of wllls wrltten
by lawyers that havo failed to stand the
test." sald Afr. Gold.
"Then you would changa tho law so as
to pormlt anybody out ln tho country to
extract tooth without bolng llcensod?"
asked Alr. ,Soars.
"Not at all," snld Alr. Gold. "That hns
nothlng to do wlth the enso." .
Tho amendment was rejected by a very
declded voto after one of tho llvoliost
debates that has occurred during thls
The Senate at 2 o'clock took a recess
At the afternoon session. the Atann blll
was considered, and tho Sonato adjourn?
od to moet nt 11 o'clock to-day.
Mr. Keezell, from tbo Committee for
Fish and Gamo, reported wlthout nmend
ment House blll to authorlze and appolnt
a speolal Jolnt committee of the House
and Senate to liv.erttjgato leavlng out
barren area and exhaustcd oyster bottom
: wlthln the Baylorj survey.
Thls Body Passes o Number of Local
Ttie House was called to ordor by
Speaker John F, Ryan and prayer was
offered by Rev. Dr. Russell Cocll, of tho
Presbyterlan church. -.
Tho followlng bllls were offered nnd re?
Hy Alr. West! To authorlze tho super
vlsors of any county to Increaso tho
j.y varlous members; Petltions favor
ing the passage of the Alann llquor blll.
The Houso refused to agree to tho Son
nte amendments to the Chlld Inbor blll,
nnd Alr. Cabell, tho patron of the meas
uro, asked for a conference. whloh was
The House then dlsposed of Its calen
dai'i pasBlng a number of local bllls.
To Incorporate tho town of Draltos
I.ranch In tho county of Charlotto.
To amond section 1G of nn aet entitled
an aet to ald tho cltlzons of Vlrlglnla
who were dlsabled by wounds rocelved
during the war between the States, whilo
s.rvlng as soldlers, sallors, or mnrinos of
Vlrglnla, nnd as such served during tho
said war ns soldlers, sallors, and marines
of Virginia, who are now dl.nbled by dis
oaso contracted during the uald wnr, or
by iho Infirriitles of ago, and tho widows
of soldlers, sallors, or marines of Vlrglnln
who lost thelr llves In said servlco, or
whose rienth resulted froin wounds re?
celved er disease contracted In eald sor
Nice, apd provlding ponallles fnr violatlng
tho provisions of thls aet, approved April
To amend and re-enact section 4 of an
aet to establlsh a Corporation Court for
tho city of Radford, paaaed. January _9,
lfE'3, ln relation to Jurlsdlctlon of county
nnd c'.ty courts.
To authorlze the clty of Charlottesvllle
to rioae a stroot ln sald clty. known as
Ilv As?-.Miilfd I'lMJ.)
BT. AUG-USTINE, FLA., Alurch 2..
In the nnuls tor tho Ponce de Leon cup
Ma..on beat Waterman -1 up and 3 to
play, wlnrlng the cup Poomer baat
Jor.en 1 up, capturlng thi Alcazzar cup.
Richmond Team Gavo tho
BUT WAS FINALLY BEATEN
Tho Scoro was Nlne .-to-Two in
Fnvor of the Phillies on.-the
Wlnd-Up ? Indlvldual
Work of the Nines.
ln the presence of somo two or three
hundred funs, all of whom rootod loy
ally und, lustlly. for tho home boys, the
Phillies yestorday aftornoon ut Broad
Street Pnrk dofoatod the Rlciunond State
League- toam bya scoro of 0 ? to ? 2,5-But
the gamo' was moro lutereatlhg, 'entor
talnlhg and oxcltlrig than is.deuoted by
tho soord, *
Tho efforts of tho homo aggrogatlon to
ovortako tha load aoqulrpd by tho Phllllos
wero nltogoth'or dandy, and many wore
thej clever stunts performed by some
mombors of tho local toam, They were
weak wlth tho stlck and coulct not swat
the shpero nt the proper liioment, nnd at
tlmes thelr Holdlng was a trlllo off color.
Conslderefl as the llrst time thls season
tho toam has lndulgod ln any contest,
the showlng mado by thom yestorday
agalnst tho blg leaguei's, tho fans wore
well pleased, and think Richmond has a
wlnning toam. Indlvldually, there uro
soma good playors ln tho club, und nll
thnt ls needed to round tho aggrogatlon
Into cliamplona ls practlco at toam work.
At ci'ltlctil momenis yustorduy tho
playlng of somo of tho Inlleld was uf
tho dumb order, whllo ut tho bat onco
or twloo tho men dlsplayed bad Judg?
ment. Especlally was thls true of
"Sklllott" Jones,, tho center Aelder. Had
ho exerclsed better judgment tho score
wouid havo boen' different,
Two mon wero 011 bases and Jones had
throo bnlls and no strlkes chnlkcd ngalnst
hlm. lnstead of lotting the noxt ono or
two go by ho swung nt tha bull, struck
lt to Wolvorfon nnd a doublo plny re?
sulted, tho sldo belrur rotlred wlthout
soorlng, although tho man up hlt for
Hlcks and Blgby, thlrd basoman and
shortstop, ' respecltvely, do not desire
any medals for tho game played by thom,
Both mado eostly errors and allowed runs
to bo scored.: when good work wouid
havo. resulted tllfferently. Thls ls manl
fested by the tabulated scoro, whlch
shows thnt the Phillies earned only two
runs. Tho others woro mada by bad
playlng, nnd Blgby and Hlcks wore the
DID GOOD WORK.
Hookor and Thomns dld tho twlrllng.
Both aro good slab nrtlsts, and promlae
to dovelop lnto fast mlnor loaguo pltch
ers beforo tho season is over, Tho Na?
tional Leagucrs woro ablo to make only
nlno hits off tho two men, and Barry
and Kolstor dld tho best of thls.
Fritz Knowles, the star batter of tho
Clty Leaguo last yoar, surprlsed tho
fans by stiiklng out throe tlmes yoster?
day, although ho knocked a two-buggor
tho flrst tlmo he was up. Ho doesn't
soom to havo hls battlng eye wlth hlm,
but will probably prove nll rlght bofore
tho season ls over. He batled abovo 000
lnst yoar, whlch is qtiito reniterkablo.
Tho gamo proved for tho Phillies just
what they havo boon looklng for. It
was flno practlco, aud Manager Zlmmer
was woll pleased with the showlng mado
bv the mon, not one of thom making nn
ei-ror during the nlne Innings of pluy.
WEAK AT THE BAT.
Tho Phillies nppoar rathor weak nt tho
bat, but thls ls probably duo to tho fnct
thnt thoy havon't yot got tholr hnttlng
oyes and aro a trlflo puzzlod by tho
In tho box It ls hard to tell just how
the team wlll show up In tho blg leaguo.
Tho twlrllng staff looks good on paper,
and somo of them showed last year that
thoy could mlx them up to a puzzllng
Tho tabulated scoro tells tho story of
Players. B, II. P.O, A. E.
Wolverton, 3 b.0 0 1 0 0
B.irry, 1. f. 2 2 10 0
Kolsler, r. f. 12 2 0 0
KImrnor, 1 b. 1 1 12 0 0
Brashenr, 2 b. 113 2 0
Hulswlth, s. s. 2 10 0 0
Ilallman, 0. f. 112 0 0
Roth, c. 110 10
Mitchell, p. 0 0 0 8 0
Burohell, p. 0 ,0 0 0 0
Wolfo, p. 0 0 0 2 0
Totals . 8 6 0 14 0'
Players. B. H. P.O, A, E.
Jones, c. f. 110 0 0
Hlcks, s, s. 0 112 1
S. Blgby, 1. f. and 1 b.0 2 2 1 0
Thomns, 1 b. and p.1 1 5 4 0
Knowles, 2 b.0 1111
F. Blgby, 3 b.,,..0 0 14 2
Bender, r. f. 0 0 5 0 1
McLeovoy, c. 0 0 7 2 0
Hookor, p. and 1. f.0 0 ! 2 0
Total.3 6 21 16 6
Hcore by Innings: R,
Phllllos . 13010040 ?? 9
Richmond .01000 0010?3
Runs earned?Phillies (2). Two-baso
hits?11arr*.f, Jones, Knowlos. Snerlfleo
hits-F. Blgby, Loft on bnses-Phlllles
(7i, Richmond (5), Struck out-by Mitch?
ell (11, Burohell (3), Wolfo (1), Hooker
(3), Thmoas (2), Stolen bases-AVolver
ton, Zlmmer, Roth, Hulswlth, Double
plays?Wolvorton to Brashuar; Hlcks to
Knowles to Thomas; Hooker to McLce
vey to Bfiider. Flrst bnso on callod
balls?ofl! Mitchell (1), Burchell (2); off
Hooker (3), off Thomas (1), Hlt by
pitchod ball-HulswIth. AA'Ild pltch
Thomas. Passed bnlls?McLcovov. I7m
plres, Douglass nnd Staples. Tlmo of
Conditlon of tho Injtirod,
Tha latost Informatlon from youn.-i
Sl.ph.eh Putney, who war liurt by t'etifr?
hlt on tho head**rdth a rock nt AVood
berry Porest lasf*-T**rlday, wns thnt he
was out of danger nnd gottlng along
Flroman Bullonk, who was hurt whlle
golng to tho flre last Bunday monnlng,
Alfred Snndrl.lge, who nttompted to klll
himfolf threo weeks ago, aftor shooting
Mlss Nunnlo Morrls, ls rapldly recovor
Mr. AVIllliim AVIndor, n-f Tork county,
and Mlss Bessle Llndsny. daughtor of
Captnln ICdinond C, Llndsny, woro mnr
rled lnst nlght at tho homo of thn brldo's
father on Lestnr Htreet.
Rev. Pr, R. H. Eggloston, pastor of tlio
Thlrd Presbyterian Churoh, performod tho
Mr. AVIndor was accompanled from
York county by hls slster.
At Broadus Memorial.
The largest moetlng of tho serlos wna
hold last nlght at Broadus-Mei.iorlul
Church, Rov, C. C, Coleman preaching
from the text "The arme ot the devlf
To-hlght Dr. Colenmn's eubject will be
QIVE YOUR FAOE A OHANOE.
FOR EASY SHAVINO.
BEATS ANY SOAP.
LEAVES NO CHANGE
You'll - like it. and barbers
?will apply it foi* the asking,
ALL DEALERS SELL IT IN
26o COLLAPSIBLE TUBES.
A. R. BREMER OO.. CHICAGO
WIN AT BENNINGS
Wind Had Drled Track Out
Conslderably and Golng
Was Miich Better.]
(By AMOciatod ProwA '
WASHINGTON, March 20.?Two _n
vorltos and two hoavlly played socond
cholces won ot the thlrd day'sraclnij tc
day at Bennlnge eprlng moetlng-, A
brlsk wind had drled out tho tracl:. ma?
terlally, Tho blggest upsot ot tlio day
onme In the flfth race. Lowly, tho sevon
to ton tavorlto, wlth R.dforn up, got
away badly and did not flgure ln tho
raco, whlch was won by Goldsby, baoked
down from 10 to 0. Summaryi
Flrst raco?for throo-year-olds and up?
ward; five and a half furlongs-Ahola
(4 to 1) first, Bluo and Orange (15 to 20)
second, Wulbrook (7 to 1) thlrd. Tlmo,
Socond race?for malden two-yenrolds;
four ond ft half furlongs?AIlss Nancy
(7 to 10) flrst, Peter Paul (0 to 5) second,
Llstawny (10 to 1) thlrd. Tlmo, ;_7 3-0.
Thlrd raco?malden hurdle race, for
four-yoar-olds. and upward) mlle ard a
half, over six fllglita of hurdlos-Alma
Glrl (20 to 1) flrst, Glbson Llght (3 to I)
second! Wlllard J.. (5 to 1) thlrd. Tlme,
Fourlh raco?selllng: for throe-yonr
qlds aud up wards; sevon furlongs?Car
roll D. (0 to 5) flrst, Knlght of the Gnr
tor (20 to 1) socond, Aloderntor (3 to 1}
thlrd. Tlmo, 1:30 2-5.
Flfth raco?for threo-ycnr-olds and up
wardsj six furlongs?Ooldsby (0 to 1)
flrst, Gelsha Olrl (10 to 1) socond. Prnncor
(5 to 1) third. Tlmo, 1:17.
Slxth race?solllng; for three-year-olds
nnd upward; mllo and forty yards?Dnrk
Planet (..Ho 5) llrst Bluo Vlctor (12 lo 1)
spcond, Isarva (5 to 1) thlrd. Tlmo, 1:50.
'. ?-?-? ? .,
? Very Close Finish.
(By ABsoclntctl Press,)
LITTLE ROC'K, AJtlC, Ararch 23.?Ed.
L. neducor, Claude Walton nnd Almloss
finished so close togothor ln the fffth raco
that only lhe judges could soparate them.
Thoy placed Ed. Ia, th& favorlto, f/rst.
Flrst race?two-yeurs-olds; half mlle?
Brookwood Bollo (D ? to C) flrst, ComotS
(8 to 1) second, Montholou (S to B) thlrd.
Tlmo, 50 3-1.
Secnd race?inaldena, six furlongs?S~<?
Proof (fi to 1) llrst, Indlnn Chlld (5 lo 11
secoijfl, Pi'Vico Eugeno (1 fo 1) tTilrO.
Thlrd race?selllng, seven furlongs?Jo'o
Lesser (2 to 1) first, Nearost (6 to _. se?
cond, Jerry Hunt (3 to l) thlrd. TIm5,
1:23. / ' "
Fourth race?one mlle?Kenova (5 to 2/
flrst, St. Tammany (3 fo 3) socond, irllhT
lock (3 to G) thlrd. Tlmo, 1:43.
Flfth raco-six furlongs, soIHn_r-E?. ...
(4 to u) first, Claud Walton (10 to I) s8=
cond, Roflucer (2 to 1) thlrd, Tlme, f~US,
Slxth raco?mllo and sevonty ynrffi.,
solllng?Honry of Franstamar (o.on), fiTsf,
Leo Bruno (3 to 1) socond, Torra tficog
nlta (3 to 1) thlrd. Tlmo, 1:48 3-4.
TREASURY IN MARKET
FOR SILVER BULLION
(Br Aesoclnt.i. Pr.ni.)
WASHTNGTON, Alarch 25.?Tho Trea?
sury Department to-day gavo notlce that
on Mondays and Thursdays, untll furthor
notlce, offers would be recelved at the
Bureau of'tho Mlnt for the salo to the
government of silver bulllon to bo coined
Into pesos, under tho Phlllpplne colnago
aet, approved Alarch 2, 1903. No offers
of less than .6,000 ounces wlll be enter?
The department wlll purchaso $2,000,000
worth of bulllon for coinage lnto pesos.
MAY USE CABLE TO
(By AisoelatBd Prosi.)
WASHINGTON, D. O.l March 23,?Senor
Quesada, the Cuban minister, has notlfled
Presldent Palma that Secretary Hay wlll
consent to tho uso of the cablo to expe
dlto the exchango of ratlflcntlons of tho
tic-aty, lf lt shall bo adopted by the Cuban
Senate ns amendod, and notlflcatlon
reached here by March 31st that the doc
umonts are placod In the mall.for trans
nilsslon by thnt tlme,
Posltlvely cur?a hy tUoee
They also relleve Distresj from Dyspepsla,
"ndigestlon and Too Jlearty Eating, A per
~ct remedy for 1.1-dncss, Nausca, Prowsl
ics.i, B.K.Ta.tclnthi. Mouth, Coatcd Tonguv
i'aln jn Uio Side, TOKFID WVEU. They
"..egulatc tha Bowels.' J-urely Vegetablc.
iwall Plll. 8mall Dose~
Many Attended the Funeral of |
A PROFUSION OF FLOWERS
Oholce Floral Qems Attested the
E.teem tn Whlch He wm Held,
Lee Gamp'a Detall and
The lost sad rltes over the remalns
of Mr. Wllllam H, Culllngworth, ,whose
death on Tuesday hiornlng last. haa car?
rled sorrow to the hearts of many l',t_ftr
mond pooplo, were conducto/l yesterday
afternoon at tho First Presbyterian
Church In tho presence of a largo con
oourso of the friends and relatlvos of
the deceased, The body was lald to rest
ln tho famlly plot ln 81ioch_w Hlll Come
Tho service began at 4 o'clock, and con?
tinued for ihioc-quartors of an hour or
more, Tho ceromorilea wero slmple, but
most Imiprosslvo, Consldorably bofore the
tlme for tho boglnnlng, people began to
oomo ln, and when tho funoral cortogo
drew up to tho ohuroh and tho famlly Snd
ln.tlmate frlonds onterod tho place w_f>
completoly f.lled. Many woll known cltl?
zens ivero present lo do honor to the
memory of tho docoasod gentleman.
A full wagon load of cholce and beautl?
ful floral doslgns wore tmnked about the
rostrura, Roses, llllos, niolots and other
varlotlos loft a sweet, and dellcate fra
grace to the atmosphere ot tha ohuroh.
Tho groat popularlty of Mr. Culllngworth
waa tn no way better attnstod than by
tho efforts of hls friends to lay about h!_
blor tho cholcost ,and most fragrant of
Precoded by Dr. B. P. Kerr, who pro
nounced the words of the service begin?
ning* "I am -tho rcsurrectlon and the
llfo," and to tho aecompanlmcnt of tho
sadly t-rweot peals of the organ, tho
funeral party, Avhlch reached tho church
shortly after 4 o'clock, proceeded up tho
maln alsle to tho rostrum, ln front of
whlch the coflln Avas doposlted, An an
thom by the cholr, "1 Need Thee," foi*
lowed, and then prayor waa ofterod
by tho Rev. B. B. Eggloston, of the Thlrd
Presbyterian Church, l
Anothor anthem came next, and theli
Dr. Kerr rend from the service, after
whlch tho sweot and solemn "Peace,
Porfect Peace," was- sung by the cholr.
Tho service endod aftor a few moments
more, and tho body wm bome out <uid
to Shockoo Hlll, where It wns lald, flnal?
ly to rest.
Delegatlons from Leo Ca.mj>, Confed?
erate A'ctorana, the Knlghta Templar, and
othor organlzatlons wero presonf, Tlre
pall-bearers were os follows:
Honorary?B. T, Brooko, Bobort Whlt
tott, Sr,, AV", 8. Boblnson, Judge B. B.
A\rollford, Dr, Paulus Irvlng, Dr. C, L.
Blanton, J. G. Tlnsloy, O. B. Cannon, C.
Ar. Meredlth, AV. D. Chosterman, J. F.
AVIngf-eld, Philip AVhltlock, Dr. Edward
McGuire W. J. AVestwood, G. W. Tay?
lor. Dr. AA'. H. Parkor, E. IT. Fergusaon,
AcllVc?XV. C Camp, D D. Talley, W.
S. Donnan, John Donnan, Emmott Mor?
ton, C. E. AVellford, Dr. G. B, AVcllford,
AV. W, AVood, John T. AVatson, Jr., Irvlng
The death of Mr. Culllngworth oomos
as a great blow to hls many friends
throughout the clty. No man ln Blchmond
wns bettcix. known or better Ukcd than
ho, and great sorrow ls felt at hls t_e
W. Bledsoe Smlth,
Mr. W. Blodsoo Smlth dlod at 6:45 o'clock
yeBtcrday morning at tho resldence of
Mr, John S. Lcar, No. 2310 East Marshall
Mr. Smlth was twenty-two yoars of age
an.l was exceodlngly woll known ln a
largo clrcle of friends. Ho had for some
tlmo occupled an lmportant clertcal posl?
tlon wlth tho Locomotlvo AVorks.
The remalns wlll be taken to Boanoke
to-day for Interment, accompanled by
Rov. Goorge H. Spooner, pastor of the
Trlnlty Methodlst EP'aoopal Church, and
relatlvos and friends.
Deceased leaves two brothers?Messrs.
R, O. Smlth, Richmond, and E, H, Smlth,
Norfolk?and four slsters?Mrs, Bonja
mln Ford, of New Jersoy; Mrs, Wllllam
Corner. Vlnton, nnd MIsbcs Lula and
Parko Smlth', Vlnton.
Miss Bertha Bell.
Mlss Bertha Boll, only daughtcr of Mr,
John F. Bell, dlod Tuesday at tho home
of MrB, J, J. Snead, ln Hanover county,
She was ln the nlnoteenth year of her
The funoral wlll tako place at noon
to-day from the Grove-Avenue Baptist
Church. . .
Mrs. Margaret A. E. Clarke.
Mrs. Margarot A, E. Clarke dled at 9:10
o'clock Tuesday nlght at her homo, No.
617 North Twenty-llrst Street. She was
tho wlfe 6f Mr. Wllllam A, Clarke and
was ln the slxty-second year of hor age.
The funeral wlll take place at 4 o'clock
thls afternoon from Unlon-Statlon Meth?
Mrs. Charlotte Page Smlth.
Mrs, Charlotte Pago Smlth dled Tues
day at tno Betreat for the Slck, ln thls
clty. Sho Avas the wlfe of Mr. W. E.
Smlth. ' '
The remalns were taken yesterday to
Powhatan county for Interment.
Judge Joseph B. Prlnce.
(RpocUl to Tho Tlmes uUpotcb.)
SUFFOLK, VA? March 26.-Judge Jo?
seph B. Prlnce, of Southampton county,
avIio lost month reslgned, after a Judi
clal sorvloo of elevon years, dled'at 1
o'olock thls afternoon at hln bome ln
Courtland, aged flfty-nlno years. He had
boen suffering several yoars fromtan af
fectlon of tho eyes, and lator there was
heart disease. Prlor to belng Judge tho
deceasodw" clerk of court for four years
and State's attorney for twelve years.
He wm a Confederate veteran, Judge
Prlnce leaves one son. Josoph B. Pr no?,
Jr., the present Judge, and one daugh?
ters, Mlss Bessle Prlnce,
The funeral wlll take place at 4 o'olock
to-morrow, when tho followlng members
of tho bar wiii be pall-bearers: Senator
Wllllam Sliands, Hon, John N. Sobrell,
Jr., Hon. John C, Parker, Captaln Robert
B Lee Watkins, E. Frank Story, J, L.
MoLemor and Claude J, Edwards.
Edward H, Dlffenderfer.
(Spoclnl to The '.inies-DI-p-tcli,*!
WrNCHESTER, VA., March 25.-A
telegram from Chlcago to-day announces
tho death of E-lwurd Hnrold Dlffondar
fer, a woll known travellng man ot thls
olty, aged twenty-olght years, He re?
cently vislted hls parents hero, and upon
returnlng to Chlcago was selzed witb IV
phold fover, from whloh he dled,
Mrs. Allie Peter? Rlcheson.
(Speclal to Tho ?Xluies-Pljt.ntcli,)
AMHERST, VA., March ?..?Mrs. AJUo
peters Rloheson, wlfe of T. V. Rlobe
son, president of tbo Board of Supervi?
sors of Amherst county, dled very sud?
denly at her home, throe mlle* from the
county seat, yeuterday at 2 o'clpon, in.
h.er twenty-'elghth yoar, The deceased
VeJues in Hosiery.
Ladles' Fancy Dropstltoh,
Fnst-Black Llsle Hose, Herms
dorf dye, the usual 171-30,
klnd, 25c '
Ladles' Extra Quality Faat
Black Gause Llsle Hose, tha
usual 860. Klnd, 280.
Lndlfs' Extra Quality All
over Lace Llsle Hose, the 880.
klnd, 19o. '
Chlldren's Extra Ribbed Cot?
ton Hoflo, double hools, soles
and toes, oll sl_en; speclal,
wns the seoond wlfo of T. V, Hleheson,
and thoy had beon married about flve
years. Bhe ls survlved by her husband
and one chlld, a little glrl of two years. -
Mra. D. D Routh
(Speclnl to Th* TlmM-Dlipiteb.)
PETERSBURG, VA., March 2$,?Mfrs.
Davld Dpnlop Routh dled at tha home
of her husband, on WaahlngtO.i Btreet,
thls mornlnir shortly before 13 o'clock.
Mra, Routh had been In feeble health for
several montha, and her death waa look?
ed for by her physlclans. Bhe was tha
daughter of the late XV. D. Barkley, for '
many yeara a tobooco manufacturer ln
thls clty. Bhe leavea two little chll?
(B.e.lal to Th. Tlmei-DUpatch.)
LBESBURG, VA.. March 25.?Willlam
Balllnger, a prominent eltl~en of thls
county, dled late Baturday nlght at ths
home of hls son, Mr. Henry Balllnger, nea.
I/uckett'e, thls county. He waa seventy
eight years of ago and a veteran of the
Confederacy, He Is surviyed by hls wlfe, ,
who was Miss Mary Breckenridge, of
thls county; two sons?Mr. Isaac Ballln?
ger, of Hamllton, and Mr. Henry Bal?
llnger, of Luckott's?and ono daughter,
Mrs. .Rosa Kltchen, of Herndon, and ont
brothor, Mr. John Balllnger, of Ohlo.
Mlss Ruth M. Patton.
(Sp-clnl to Tb. Tii-ef-niipit-b)
I^R_-rD*~rRIC-C3BL'nO, VA.. Maroh 28.?
Mlsa Ruth M. Patton, the.young daugh?
ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Patton, dled at
the home of her parents, near' jaarrt
?wood, ln Stafford county, of whooplng
DECLINES TO AFFIRM
OR DENY THE RUMOR
(Dy AinoclR.ed Troii.)
NBW TORK, March 25.?Presldent W.'
H. Nowman, of tho New Tork Central and
Hudson Rlvor Rallroad, In an Intervlew
to-day declined to elther deny or afflrm
the reported ctiange of control of that
Aaked whether he contemplated rotlr
ing from tho presldency, he replled: "Cer
talnly not. I shall not leave my posltion,
no mattor into whoso control the com
pany may havo gone." ...
A ropresontatlve of the banklng-house
of _. P. Morgan & Co. sald that bo far
aa that flrm was concerned. the report
waa not truo.
WOULD SUIT HIM
Virginia Crank Called at Whlte
House and Left ln Patrol
No. 1117 G Street Northwest,
Waahlngton, P. C, March 25th.
A man, giving the name of Lester B.
Groves, and halllng from Wlnohester,
Va., created a seneatlon at the Whlte
Houso late thls afternoon by presentlng
hlmself at tho Mansion and lnqulrlng for
Mr. McKlnley. A door-keeper lnform
ed hlm that Mr. McKlnley was dead.
'"Tbat's nll rlght," said Groves; "his
son wlll do."
"He hadn't any son," sald the door
keeper, who was detalnlng the man un?
tll a secrot servloe n_an could get hlm.
"Then any McKlnley wlll do," sald
Groves; "I've got to see on of 'em."
But the sccret servlce man had Wm
by that tlmo, He did not reslst strongly,
though he did not go' at all wllllngly.
The police patrol wagon was called, a
very unusual thlng, as oranks aro gen?
erally esoorted from the AVlhte House, on
foot to tha station house. Tho man was
loeked up and hls sanity wlll be Inves
tigated to-morrow, Ho is about thirty
years ot ngo.
BELiL.-BERTHA BELL, only daughtei
of John F. Bell, dled at Mr. J. J.
Snead's, ln Hanover oounty, on M*roh
24th, 1903, in her nlneteenth year. .
Funeral from Grove Avenue Baptlst
Church TO-DAY (Thursday), Maroh
20th, 1008, at 12 o'clock.
Norfolk papers pleaso copy.
OLiARKE.-Dlod, at the resldence of her
husband, No. 617 N. Twenty-flrst Street,
on Tuesday, Maroh 2-th. 1903, at 0:10 P.
M., Mrs. MARGARET A. B. CLARKE.
wlfo of Willlam A. Clarke, ln the elxty
seeond yoar of her age,
Funoral from Unlon Station Methodist
Church THIS (Thursday) AFTERNOON
at 4 o'ejock. Ploase omJt flowers.
HUNTHR.-Entered into rest, after a
llngering illness, at her home ln Inde
pendonoo, Mo., Tuesday nlght, Mnrch
24th. 1003. at 0:15 o'clock, ELIJiABETH
PRONT HUNTER, wife of W. N. Hun?
ter nnd daughter of Mr. and Mrs, R.
J. Murton, of thls city.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY,
WANTED, BOARD IN PRIVATE FAM
Jlv, not more than twelve squares of
Sevonth and Broad Streets. Address,
stating terms, H. A. D., caro yhft Globe,
LOST?TUESDAY NIGHT ON A TRAO
tlon car at 10:30 o'clock; a Black
OHATI5LAIN, contalnlng aeveral dollara
and a key. Flnder wlll please fotiim to
No. 918 West Franklln Street.
WANTED, BOARDERS FOR ONB
large, Hall Room; also two double
Koores; a Room always for translent;
201 East Franklln Streot.