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Performance Last Night Was
ACADEMY WAS PACKED
Vhat Girls Those Boys Do Make, to Bo
Sure, Was the Prevailing Idea
Among the Masculine
When the Musk end Wig Club last
season presented "Old King Cola" nt Uio
Armory, most of those In the audience
probably extruded thou patronage more
ly for the sako of aiding a ?\iod cause
in ? attending; a performance for "?wert
charity's" sake. That performance, how?
ever, so far surpassed nil oxpootatlohe,
that the town was talking about it for
a week nftorw.ird. Therefore, tho second
nppearajico hero of tlin onranlsfttlon,
which occurred at tho Academy last
night, was in tho nature of on event, and
the playhouse would have beo? crowded,
oren If charity had unt made an appeal.
As It wns.ino moro brilliant audience has
probably assembled at Ihe Academy this
season than that which greeted the Mask
and Wig Chili Inst nicht when It pre?
sented "Sir Robinson Crusoe,"
Tho presentation, ns ere all of those
of thlft or/rnnlKiitlon, was splendidly
staged, and tho chonis worked with ns
much precision nn that of ? road com?
. fany Just ending ? long season, What
tirls those boya do make. One would
Umost forget their sex were It not for
'.hose deep voice*. When they open their
snouths they rpoll Ihe effect, and the
man In the front rows laughs at himself.
The most clover work of the porform
ince was dono by Mr. Louis Melton, as
?van Wadd, Mr. Craig Schoflcld Mitchell
is De Long Orcon, Mr. Robin C. Bnrt?o
is Mrs. Justin Lavonderg, Mr. William
lliller as Robinson Crusoe, and Mr. Fred
?rlok R. Forster as TYlday. The travesti
in tills season's production was one on
Belasco's "Du Barry." and It proved Im?
mensely amusing, even to those who had
sot seen the play.
The entire production was clever, and
the largo audience seemod to thoroughly
slnnm pipe bursting and tearing awa* um
The accident happened at Bi!? o clock
this morning. nn,l threo (rrrrernrnem tUgra
were Immediately sent I" the flilp s re?
lief, Tho extent of the rtntnngc Is con
Blnnrnble/ and H will require ton days or
more to mo ko repair*. Tho vessel Is now
lying at the :,avy yard.
ASK FOR IMPEACHMENT
OF GENERAL REYES
(Tir A'wlntfn Prem.)
MEXICO ClTr. April 21 .-The oppon?
ent of Conerai Herminio Royen, Gover?
nor nf the Stato "f Neiivo l.?on have
presented an arraignment of ihn povfer
hof, asking for ills Impcaolirnenl by tho
redetltl authorities. The charges NCUMt
the obvrrnor are based "n an alleged
violation of the o,,nstltvit!nnnl RunmntecS
CSPeolRlly In regard to the electoral riot
wntch occurred at Monterey Apr \\ ?a.
The petition is signed by about lnO
prominent people, mostly newspaper men
and lawyers. The charge.? are heilig in?
vestigated by tho Federal authorities.
ONE SENATOR WANTS
TO HELP INVESTIGATION
(TtT A?"orlntcd Presi.)
Washington, April il.?Postmaetor*
General Payne 40-day In discussine fo
porls of attempts to Interfere with tho In*
VesUgatioti of affaire of the PoBtoffloe Do
partmonl said that there had been only
one meinlier of either house of Con?rose
who had shown to him any particular In?
terest In the Investigation. This wee 5
senator, whom he did not nair.o and who
had asked timi ho ho given nu oppor?
tunity to bo heard.
? ? '
MR. DUKE'S SERVANTS
GIVING HIM TROUBLE
1 ? (lly Associated Pre?.?..)
SOMWRVILLIJ, Ni J.. April 21.?Two
hundred Hungarians and Polos who are
on a strike from work on tho estate of
James B. Duke, president of tho Amori
cali Tobacco Company, iichl the bridge
from Rnrltnn to the Duke ostato to-day,
and with drawn revolvers prevented
teamsters from going to the Duke optate,
Tho strikers demand an Increase of
wages from $1.i? to Jl.?O a day. Mr.
Dulco says ho will ,110t grant It. The
strikers aro alleged to h.ivo destroyed
may trees nnd shrubbery on tho estate,
May Wheat Declined 3 1-2 Cents, but
(By Aesoclehst frese.)
CHICAGO, ILL*. April 21.?An attempt
en tho part oC tho Armour Interests to
onload May wheat to-dny resulted In a
Sedine of 31-2 cents within less than an
oour. At tie first intimation that the
leading long was endeavoring to dispose
of some of bis surplus stock soiling or?
ders came Into the pit from all quarters.
The price dropped so suddenly that many
broker? were unable to execute 3top loss
orders until tho price liad declined uno
?Xsnd two cents below tho point at "whloh
they hud ordei-s to sell. Tho recovery
was equally rapid, however, tho price
cdvanclng from 751-2 to 77 in about two
minutes and the market steadied around
G7 7-S cents. The sudden drop prevented
the Armour brokers from selling; any con?
RETURN TO WORK
The Board of Conciliation to Settle the
(By Associated Press.)
WH1KK8BARRE, PA., April Si?The
executive boards of the throe anthracite
districts of the Uniteti Mine Workers of
America. In convention hero, Issued In?
structions to-dny that all mine workers
new en strike or lock-out return to work
Immediately, pending tin adjustment of
?Jl differences by the board of concilia?
tion provided for by tho Anthracite Coal
District President T. D. Nlcholls, of
Bcrotiton; W, EC Dottry, of naaolton, and
lohn Fatly, of Shamoktu, wore Boleotod
?3 tbn miner?' representativos on tho
loru-d of concHJn-tion. , Tho board 1s to
consist of s|x members, throe appointed
iy tho operators and throe by tho miners.
SENT TO SING SING
REFORM JUDGES ARE
(lly Associated Pro??.)
SAL?NICA, muropean turkey,
April 21.?? band of about 600 Insurgonts,
partly In Bulgarian uniform, was defeat?
ed by a Turkish forco near Ridovltz
April 10th. Thirty Insurgonts ?ml nino
Turks woro killed.
The Kodlch, Asia Minor, division, num?
bering sixteen battalions, has been called
out for active service In Macedonia and
Tho now judgr-s appointed under the
reform scheme of tho powers aro being
terrorized b? tho Albanians. Two of
the judges were shot with revolvers in
tho streets of Scutari. One of them was
DUG OUT OF THE SNOW
Uly AH?ociuted ?p??.)
BERLIN, April 21.?Tho train on which
tho President of tho Reichstag, Count
Von Ballostcrom, was traveling was dug
out of tho snow In Silesia in timo for
him to reach Berlin and open tho Reich?
Tho general election will not occur for
seven weeks, but so little remains to
bo done that the TIouso probably will
udjotirn early In May,
Most of the session to-day was devoted
to a discussion of tho proposed changes
in tho election regulations which havo
been submitted to the Dundesraih, and
which aro designed to pr?vido greater
secrecy In balloting The bill was passed.
Was Beaten to Death.
(Uy Assuclntu? Proas.)
BAINBR1DGB, GA.. April 21.?.Last
night at a nearly hour Andrew Ralney, a
negro, was taken away from Constable
Bell by a mob ojid so badly beaten that
he died. The constable was on the way
to this place with Ralney to place him In
jail to await trial on a oharge of arson.
He was suspected of having fired the resi?
dence of Fred. Lange, a farmer, thirteen
rnlles in tho oountry, In the night time,
when the family were asleep In the house.
Near the town a mob overtook tho de?
puty and the prisoner and demanded the
latter under pain of death, Ralnoy was
torrlbly boaton and his Bkull was trnc
ured. A for the boating ho was carried
to Jail, whore ho died this morning;.
(ity Associated Pre*!.)
NKW YOHX. April a.-Justice Scott
to the Bupreme Court to-day nentoncod
Albert J. Adams to not less than one
rear nnd not more than on? year und
ulne months In Sing Sing prison and to
pay a fino of $1,000 for having parapher?
nalia for playing policy In his possession.
Counsol for Adams asked for a. cortili
tate of reasonable doubt, a stay of execu
'Jon and that ball be fixed to permit of
in appeal. Pending a. decision by the
?ourt Adams wo? sent to the Tombs
?ING EDWARD IS
NOT IN BAD HEALTH
(By Associatisi Press. 1
LONDON, April 21.?The investigation
(f reports circulated lu tho United State?
?y a news agency that as a result of the
Itate of King Edward's health he had
keen ordered to take four days' rest at
Maple? before going to Rome, and that
the progni m rr. o ror his Majesty's enter?
tainment at R'urin had been curtailed,
?hows them to be unfounded. The King
left Malta In gond health and there has
been no change In the plans ef his Homo
IS UNDER A HOODOO
(By Associated Pre**)
PENSACOLA, I'L.V, April 21 .--The bnt
(leship Iowa, which left Monday to com?
plete her target practice in the Gujf was
towed In to-night, totally dl*abl?d by her
(By Associated Pre??.)
C1NNTBAH, MONT., April 21.-Secre
tary Loeb received no word from
tho Pr?sidant to-day. Mr, Roosevelt will
complete his tour of the park to-morrow,
and wll como to toh post, where Secre?
tary Loch will Join him, The rumalnilor
of ihe party will go In Thursday morn?
Killed His Brother's Wife.
(Hy Annodatoti Press,1
COLUMBUS, ARK., April 21,?Daniel
Dove, a prosperous farmer uf this local?
ity, to-day shot and killed Mrs. Zan Dove,
the wife of hi? brother. Immediately af?
terwards Ini rode to hi? hoirjo ami killed
himself. It Is thought that a difficulty
over u land mutier between Dove and his
brother caused tho hVMn'jr of tho woman.
IN RIP VAN WINKLE
Great Actor to Appear at the
Academy of Music Friday
Manager Leaih announces tho annual
engagement of Joseph Jefferson, the dean
of tho theatrical profession, who will ap?
pear at the Academy next Friday weed
In ltlp Van Winkle. This vili be tilt
closing event of the Academy season, ant
already a large number of orders have
been received at the box office, m,?. j,,r?
forson Is always sure of a hearty wel
como each year that he conies hure, une
this is to bo no exception to thu rui,>.
THE WHEAT FLAKE CELERY FOOD.
Uy tigtuitvrt an over? fxicftagt. viyl
Creator of Dr. /Vice1? '>curn iaAtn? fu^dc
Have Increased the Useful?
ness of Their Pianos
? Thousand Pold
A limitless ropertolre.
A Taet fund of good
muslo always in
Are Wrought by
The Actneof Realtem Reduced
PERFECT SATISFACTION SPELLS ECONOMY.
If you want a Piano that will never fall or disappoint you, thon ohooso a
Stelnway, Knabe, Hardman, Standard, Klmball or Haines.
WALTER D. MOSES ? COMPANY,
All the Mumo of tho Old end Now World 103 EAST BROAD STRBBT.
Rejection of Corbln's Name
Mr. Faulko, of Indiana, Evidently Bolioves
the Boe is Buzzing in the Ear of
tho Senator from Indiana.
No. 1417 O Street, N. W..
Washington, D. C., April ?1. 1903.
There in turmoil In tho membership of
tho Metropolitan Cluo by reason of tho
rocont rejection of Adjutant-General Cor
bln'H application for momboiehlp, tho
story of which was printed In Tho
Times-Dispatch thle morning; after tho
Board o? Governors took final action, or
rather, after thoy allowed tho name of
General Cor bin t bo withdrawn. I lonrn
to-night that General Glllosplc, chief of
onginoora, haa withdrawn from tho olub
because of tho action of tho hoard, ]"?iy
mastor-Ooneral Batos, of tho navy, who
presented Qonoral Corbln'H application,
will taku similar action and it lu said that
a number of other officer? of tho urrny
and navy na well will In a short timo
withdraw from an orgnnlaation which
cannot forget that Qunaral Corbln was
expelled from a Chicago club some years
Tho somewhat surprising announcement
woa mudo by Qonoral MaroUfl J. Wright,
of tho Confodomto Records Division of
the War Department to-day, thnt tho
rosters of nearly all Confederato organ
l.ntlans wero already In tho possession of
"When Richmond whn captured in tho
spring of IfiOfi," nald Oonornl Wright, "the
Confederato rewords taken Included chiefly
company roators. I mean there were
moro of these than anything olse. O?
course, nil tho c.ompiinlos serving In tho
Confederate regiments did not hnvo
copies of their rolls In Richmond, but the
great majority did, as may bo woll
imagined. These tiro now in the posses?
sion of tho War Department, nnd will be
copied and published in connection with
rosters of the companies which fought en
tho Union ride. Now, I do not mean that
it is not Important that tho Governors of
tho Southern States should oo-operate
with the. War Department, and loun such
rolls as may be authenticated. It is safe
to assume that every roll In possession
of Stato governments is missing from the
War Department's collection. It is of the
arst Importano, that these be loaned
to us for copying. Of course, they will
be promptly returned."
Genoral Wright is at present engn'ged
In compiling a list of the staff officers of
tho Confederate army. It tfi an under?
taking of considerable magnitudo and will
keep him engaged for some time to come,
though ho. said to-day he hoped to be able
to go over to Richmond soon to vielt
"It Is estimated that In fifteen years
tho turpentine Industry of North and
South Carolina will be a thing of tho
past," said an afllcial of the Department
of Agriculture to-day. "Tho turpentine
forests aro disappearing at a rato which
Is simply appalling. The present method
of 'boxing' the pino tree for the run of
turpentine kills it in about throe years.
This method has been in practico ! for
yours, with the result that tho trees dis?
appear by many thousands every year.
The saw-mills try to take what la left."
Tho Foresty Division of the Department
has dovlsod a tin box with a spout which
is Insorteti In the treo trunk by Uue tur?
pentine gatherer, which If used, would
prolong the Ufa of tho tree for munv
years. The amount of turpentine obtain?
ed Is said to be fully as great as by tho
old method. But it Is not being generally
The National Lumbermen's Association,
which is now In suasion here, lu, strance
as It may seem, in view of tho fact that
mills represented In tho association out
ten billion feet of lumber annually, in
thorough accord with the efforts of the
Department of Agruoulture to preserve
the forest?. The department wishes the
lumbermen not to cut a tree as small as
flfioon Inches In diameter, The asso?
ciation muy tako notion at this session
looking to the adoption of some such reg?
ulation. Certain it Is that many members
favor this course.
Mr, 10. C. 'Forsburgh, of Norfolk, will
be re-oieoted president of the association.
He and Mr. John, 1<. Roper, also of Nor?
folk, are two Of the most Influential men
In the association. Mr. Roper Is a Vir?
ginian by birth, and Mr, Fosburgh,
though a Northern man, has resided in
Norfolk and vielntly so long ho feels
almost a Virginian.
1 printed In this correspondence five or
fiv weeks ngo a etory lo the effect that
Senator Fairbanks, of Indiana, would
be a candidate for the Republican Ptea?
identlal nominal Ion lu HM-t. After a
lapse of more than two weeks Senator
Fairbanks denied the story in a half?
hearted sort of way. Mr! William D.
Foulke. of Indiana, a member of the
Civil Servir.? Commission, announce.
that he Will resign ?bis fall und go hack
homo to givo bis time and Influence In
carrying the State for Mr. Roosevelt.
There surely could bo no need of such
shirt-sleeve Industry If there was to be
no opposition to Mr. Roosevelt's nomina?
tion, and it Ih us certain as anything in
future |n politics can lie, that If Mr. Fair?
banks Is not a candidate, Mr.' Roosevelt
will have no opposition for the nomina?
tion, Senator Hannu recently declared
with utmost emphasis that he would not
sock tho nomination. Mr. Foulke luis
not the slightest desire In tho world to
see Mr. Fairbanks nominated. Ho evi?
dently think? Mr. Falrbanko la |h?tenlas
to the bussing of the pi ?,
Bult ?us bfcen fllud lu the Supreme. Court,
of tho Dlstrlot of Columbia by Robert
Burton und George A. Dubreull asolnst
Senator Stephen B. Mlkinfl, of West Vir?
ginia, for the snug little sum of $600.000.
The plaintiffs allege that this amount
Is due them for Bervices rendered in help?
ing Mr. Klklns gain oontrol of the West
orn Maryland Railway recently, by which
ho succooded in obtaining an outlet for
his West Virginia Central and the Wa
Tha plaintiffs oharse that Mr. Elklns
admitted, when the deal had boon con
mimmatod, that ho had made six million
dollars out ?of It, bir? ho refused to pay
them a penny.
Sonatnr Elicine is a vnry rich man,
practically owning tho town of Elkjns,
several railroads, a number of ooal
mines and tho Republican party of West
Virginia. A colleague rpmarkod to mo
tho othor day that It was an extraordi?
nary faot-that no matter how deeply Mr.
Elklns was interested In a political mat?
ter, ho was always ready and eagor to
talk monoy, or of a ech?me to make it.
This suit ?gainst Senator Elicine re?
minds mo that Governor White, of West
Virginia, and several other men promi?
nent in West Virginia. h_ve Just been
sued by New York partios in tho United
States Court at Clarksburg, W. Va., In an
attempt to recover title to a large tract of
coal lands in the northwestern part of
Senator Clark, of Montunn, who has
been sued for a hnlf million dollars dam?
ages by a woman, who says h? promised
to marry her. and did not keep his word,
will doubtless bo erlad to hoar of any
suits of any ohnrncter agalnit. nny of his
colleagues on either sido of tho chamber.
Sonn tor Clark Is a widower, far Into tho
shade of sixty. He has about a million
dollars for ovory year ho> has ltvod. Ho
upends lavishly, though not with? senn
tlonal prodigality. He Tins several grown
sons and df??Trihtora, and a beard, which,
for magnlture, almost equals tho late
Sonator Popper's, of Kansas, though It
evidences a closer acquaintance with the
brush and pruning ehears. Mr. Clark alts
on the D?mocratie side of the Senate
Mr, Frank W. Christian and wife, of
Richmond, who woro at tho Now Willard
yestorday, iiaMe returned homo. Mr.
Christian, it is assumed, will bo asso?
ciated with Attornoy-Gonoral Anderson
for the Stato in the suffrago caso, which
Is oxpouted to como up in tho Supreme
Court of tho United Stutoa next month.
Hon. John S. Wlso, who will represent'
tho negroes, said recently that Hon. John
G. Carlisle, formerly of Kentucky, whan
ho was Mr. Cleveland's Beoretary of
State, but who lias not residod In that
State since ho was "egged" when he at?
tempted to make a political speech at
Newport seven or eight years ago, would
bo associated with him. A Virginian
prominent In official life, and a personal
friend of Mr. Carlisle's, said a few days
ago that If Mr. Wise thought Mr. Car?
lisle was going to appear In court against
Virginia he was mistaken.
Mrs. Mnry A, Coles, aged sixty-three,
formorly of Northumberland county, V" .
died yestorday at Cleveland Park, in I'm
city, where she and her two daughters
were residing. She Is survived by three
children, Hon. Malcolm A. Coles, of
Richmond! Mlas A, Corinne and N. Con
way Coles, and by two slstors, Mrs. W.
A. Hudnall, of Northumberland county,
and Mrs. A. M. Rock, of Washington, D.
C, and one brother, Dr. W. P. Sydnor,
of Northumberland county, The de?
ceased was prominently known through?
out the Northern Nock of Virginia,
where sho has always been very popular.
Sho was a graduato of Hollina Institute,
where she taught for a time during the
Hon. Campbell Slemp, representative
from the Ninth Virginia District, says
that tho Roanoke Republican dally paper
will make Its appearance about the 1st
of June. It will bo a State organ,
The American National Bank, a Vir?
ginia enterprise, will open its doors for
business on May 4th. Extensive improve?
ments are being made to tho building in
which tho bank win be located on Four?
teenth Street, Northwest, between F and
G Streets. It will bo a hnndsomo bank?
ing houso. Colonel R. N. Harper, the
president, said yesterday that the stock
was us now considerably abwro par.
Mr. J. N. Bronaman, of the clerical
corps of? the Virginia Senate, has return
to Richmond, after a stay here of bav?
erai days on business.
Tho following rural freo delivery routes
have been established In Virginia and
Route No. 1.-Keeling. Pittsylvanla
county. One carrier. T-iength of route,
twenty-three miles; area covered, nine?
teen square miles, Population served, 5?8.
Number of house no route. 134. Postonico
at Slatnsvlllo to tie discontinued. Star route
14920 to be discontinued. Mall to Keeling,
Route No. l.-Rondo, Pltteyvanta coun?
ty. One carrier. length of route, twenty
one miles; area covered, sixteen square
miles. Population sepyed, 4t?. Number of
bouses on route. ?5. Postofnces at Bur?
wollvllle. Mlnneola, Tomahawk and Muse
vlllo to bo discontinued. Star rout* 14932
to be discontinued, Mall for Musevlllo to
Sandy l<evol, Mall for Tomahawk to Bur
wellvllle, Mali for Mlnneloa to Rondo,
Routes 1 nnd 1 Sutherlln, Pittsylvanla
county. Two carriers, Length of routes,
forty-three and one-half miles; Area cov?
ered, thirty-four square miles. Popula?
tion eentred, 888. Number of houses on
routes. 247. Post?nicos nt Atlas, Plttston
and Wiles, Pittsylvanla county, and Do?
minion nnd Brooklyn, Halifax county, to
ho discontinued. Star routes 14910 and
HUIT to bo discontinued. Postofllce nt
l.auielitrovo lo bo supplied by rurul car?
rier. Mall to But Merlin, Vn.
Route No. 1.?Rockypoint, Pender coun?
ty. One cnrrlor length of route, twenty
four miles: arra covered, thirty-five
square miles Population served, 411. Num
ber ?f houses on route, 113.
A raarrlugo license was granted h'r?
to-day to Montr Taylor, twonty-fou?
and Oertrudo Thurston, twonty-flvo. both
of Richmond, W. E. II.
-? ?.. .
A Restless Night. v
(in >?? elated I'n????)
new York April 21. ?if. n. Rogen?,
thi- Standard oil magnate who underwent
an operation for appendiciti? eovvrul ilw'i
Tribes of the Desert Greet
CHIEFS PAID HIM HOMAGE
M, Loubet Distributed Decorations
Among Them?Mimic Oombat Danc?
ing by Native Beauties and
Sports of tho Chase.
(By Associated Press,)
EX, ICRE1D1-R, ALQISRIA. April 21.?
Pr?sident Loubet participated to-day in
a vorltnblo urbar of tho nomadlo tribes?
men of tho desert. The trlbosmen gather?
ed in thousand? from all parts of South?
ern Algeria for a coromony of orlontal
Tho ooromony was hold on a vast pla?
teau. Hero tho tribesmen assembled from
all quarter.; eomo of them having Jour?
neyed three or four hundred milos across
the desort. Tholr tonte woro arranged in
circles after the Arab custom, each trlbo
occupying a largo circle in tho contor of
which woro droves of rlohly harnosscd
camels. Tho chiefs wore mounted on
hornos, but the tribesmen woro on caXiole
nnd formed groat oaravnns. Over H.,of)0
men participated In tho gathering,
A superb tent of camel hair fabrics and
Arab tapostrioi had been oreoted fur
President Loubet. As eaoh tribe passod In
rovlow Its ohlof dismounted and paid
homage to the President of France, who
distributed decorations to the principal
leaders. After the review ?at?? a native
fantasia, or exhibition of sports. There
woro feats of horsemanship and much
burning of gunpowder, the exhibition end?
ing by a charge of all native cavalry,
which wheeled across the plain and
charged toward the station occupied by
tho President, pulling up their horses
within three hundred yards of his posi?
tion. A mimic combat followed, repre?
senting tho attacR upon and capture of a
caravan by a desert tribe.
The ceremonies wero brought to a con?
clusion by a grand "diTfa" or the Arab
banquet, given by the chiefs in honor
of M. Loubet. Th? ' menu, which was
printed in Arabio and French, included
such desert delicacies as roast gazelle,
"couscou ? " and camel's milk. Dances
executed ?,y celehrated native beauties fol?
lowed the banquet, and after an exhibi?
tion of native methods of hunting, which
included a hare chose by trained fal?
cons, tho day's entertainment ended,
Leader In St. Louis Says the
Women Should Be Pre?
pared for Mashers.
(Special to The Times-Dispatch.)
ST. LOUIS, MO., April 21.?Every so?
ciety woman ought to carry a rovolver Is
tho statement of Mrs. Duko Cabanno,
.herself one of the leaders of tho St. Louis
?'Smart Set," to-day.
"Women aro not protected as well as
they should be. There are officers on
ovecy street of tho principal American
cities, but even then the women aro not
safe, declares .Mrs. Cabanne.
"Thoro are robbers at night and mash?
ers In the daytime. One is as bud as t.ht?
other. Personally, I have more respect
for the robber. The police can't or won't
rid tho community of the evils, The.rofori
women ought to carry revolvers, nnd thoy
ought by all moans to practice so as to
become efficient In using them."
Did Not See the Sultan.
(Hy Associated Presa.) ,
MANILA, April 21.?Major-General Da?
vis hoe returned here from the'Jolo arch?
ipelago, He did not see the Sultan of
Jolo, as the latter wont to Singapore three
days before General Davis arrived. The
Sultan's absence compels a temporary
abandonment of the negotiations for the
abrogation of the Bates treaty.
General Davis reports that nine-tenths
of tho Lnnno (Mindanao) Moros have ac?
cepted American sovereignty and pledged
peace and friendship
(By Associated Press.)
ALLENTOWN, PA., April 21.-The
Grand Temple of Pennsylvania, Delaware,
Now Jersoy and Virginia of tho Order
of United Americans opened( their ninth
annual session hero to-dny. ' They wore
welcomed by M, H? Bchantz and W. C.
Boss) lever, of Philadelphia, responded.
The report of Grand Secretary Pilling
showed 13.470 members, a net gain for the
year of 2.623. Total assets, $48.107.35:
paid for relief, 126,075; other payments,
MS, 170.63; receipts, $55,906.
BY CENTRAL TRUST
(By Associated Presi.)
NEW YORK. April 21.?The Central
Trust Company has declared an extra
dividend of twenty per cent, payable
May 1st, In addition to It.? regular quar?
terly dlvldond of fifteen per cent. This
U equal to an annual dlvldond of eighty
per cent. The company has been paying
dividends at the rato of sixty per cent,
since January, 1000.
Fierce Fire Raging.
LA CROSSE. WIS., April 21.?Pire, which
broke out late to-night In the Park store,
I he largest department stoi'u In La Croise,
destroyed that building and dumaged
several other large stores. The pro Is
tulli threatening the Wiling building, Co
* en bl?iik und, Um AlvMHUm buJJdluji. ami
Marchants and Miners
Steamship Lino. Direct Itouto to
Boston, Mass., and Provldenoe, R. 1.
Steamers leave Norfolk for Boston Tues?
day, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. For
Providence Monday, Thursday and Satur?
day at 6 P. M. Passengers and freight
taken for all New Bngland points. Tick?
ets on sole at C. & O. Ry. and ?. & w.
rty. offices and No. SIP East Main Street.
R. H. WRIGHT, Agt., Norfolk. Va.
VIRGINIA NAVIGATION COMPANY
JAMKS IUVBB DAY LINK.
Steamer POCAHONTAS leaves MON?
DAY, WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY at 7 A.
M. for Norfolk, Portsmouth, Oid Point.
Newport News, Claremont nnd James
River landings, and connecting at Old
Point for Washington, Baltimore and the
North. State-rooms reserved for the night
at moderate prices. Electric cars direct to
wharf. Fare only ?1.Ml and *1 to Norfolk.
Music bv Grand Orchestrion.
Freight received tor above-named pinces
and all points In -Eastern Virginia and
Notrh Carolina. 1RVIN WEI8IOER,,
E. A. Barber. Jr.. Secretary.
Clyde Steamship Go.'s
RICHMOND AND NORFOLK .STEAM?
Appointed sailing dnyat Every
TUESDAY. FRIDAY and SUNDAY,
at daylight. Freight received daily till
6 P. M.
BAY LINE TO BALTIMORE
Via p. & 0. Rwv. ?ml Old Point,
?. ?, MAIL ROUTE.
Leave Richmond vi? 0.4 O, aulir
FxruDt Sunday, at 4 P. M.. con. nt
Old Point with Btonrnem of Old Mnjr
Line, leaving 7:1d ?'. M., arriving
llaltimore 0:80 A. M., con. North,
Bait nnd Weit, l'or ticket? nnd Information ?p
ply to 0. & 0. llv.-y. and Transfer Comunny, 10O0
-??t Main Bu-cot.
NEW YORK, SOUTHAMPTON. LONDON
Sailing Wednesdays at ? A, M.
St. Paul, April 29. Philadelphia. May 13.
Now York, May 6. St. Paul, May 20.
Red Star Line.
Sailing Saturday at 10 A. M.
Finland, April 25. Kroonlantf, May 9.
Vadorland, May 2. Zeeland, May 16.
Piers 14 and 15. North River.
Office. 73 Broadway. N. Y.
W. B. PALMER & CO..
CRUISE, $225 UP
by specially chartered North German
Lloyd express S. S. Kaiserin, 8,600 tons,
July 2, 42 days; first class, short trips,
hotels, guides, drives included, visiting
Christiania, Copenhagen, Stockholm, St.
Petersburg (Moscow), Berlin, &c. Optional
aldo trips all over Europe. Absolutely no
ovorcrowdlng; only the mairi dining-room
to bo used.
Vaoatlon Excursion, July 2, at $240
to London, Brussels. Paris, etc., by same
steamer, with Rhine, Swiss and Italy side
trips; also a trip June 27 by 8. S. "Colum?
FRANK C.CLARK, 111 Broadway, ?. Y
the loss is already estimated at ?COO.OOO.
partly coverod by Insurance The caune
of the fire is unknawn. The fire Is still
burning florcely, with a .tiff wind from
HANNA THEIR QUEST
Attended Banquet of Iron, Steel and
(Ilv Associated Pre?*.)
COLUMBUS. O.. April 21.-Senator
Harina waa to-night the guest of honor
at a banquet tendered the delegates to
the Convention of the Amalgamated Asso?
ciation of Iron, Steel and Tin Workers
that is now holding ?*_ twenty-eighth
He wns invited, as the chairman of the
Civic Federation, to speak about tho Na?
tional Chic Federation and Its work, but
he toow occasion also to reply to the re
ocnt annual nddress at tne New Orleans
convention of President Parry, of the
American Association of Manufacturers,
on the relatlns between organised em?
ployes and organized employers, In Which
his audience was bo sympathetic as to
respond in unusual d</nonstrattons of ap?
TEN LOSE THEIR LIVES
Earthquake Shocds Caused Cavern of a
(By Associated Press.)
MEXICO CITY. April 21.?Ten work?
men engaged In making a tunnel on tho
Mexican Central's extentlon at Tuxham,
In the State of Jalisco, lost their llv?s In
a cavo-ln, caused by several earthquake
shocks coming in rapid succession. Tho
first shock caused the falling of interior
working, and when th egang of work?
men wont to clear away the debris thoy
were caught by a second cavo-ln, which
resulted from fresh shocka.
MR. RAMESEY RE5IQ I .
Gives Ue Presidency of King College in
(by Associateli Press.)
BRISTOL, TENN., April 21.-George J.
Ramsey to-day resigned an president of
King College, a Presbyterian Institution.
Freight Rates on Tobacco,
dir Associated Press.)
LOUISVILLE, KY? April 21.?Trafilo of?
ficials of all lines entering Louisville w'lll
meet hero to-morrow to discuss tho ap?
plication of the Elklns law to export
rates on tobacco shipped from Louis?
Tho question to bo considered Is whe?
ther or not the Elklns law requires that
tho rate to Tidewater be published.
(By Associated I'ress.i
NEW YORK, April 21.?No furthor
withdrawals of trust companies from
the clearing houso havo been announced,
but it Is known that nt least Ilvo com?
panies are seriously considering such no?
Senator Mallory Re-Elected,
(By Associated Press.)
TALLAHASSEE, FLA., .April 21.
atephen R. Mallory was elected for an?
other term In the United States Sonnte
to-day by tho two houses of the Legisla?
ture In separate session, receiving nil tin!
votes In tho Senate and sixty-four In
the Houso, to one cast for J. M. Toombs,
Boston Horse Show.
(By Associated Press,)
BOSTON, MASS.. April 21.?While rib
bons were si littered at the Horso Show
to-day and tue competition In the num?
erous classes keen, E. D. Jordan, of Bos?
ton, gathered In moro blue?] than any
other exhibitor, taking three during tho
day as well as a nui/bor of Beeonds and
the thirds. Dr. John L. Weivis, of Phila?
delphia, however, w's almost as success?
ful. E. T. Statesbury's roadster Alilo
Nun again defeated the Lawson horses,
hut Mr. Lawson won blues'fn the pony
classes. Reginald C. Vanderhllt won a
second prize, whllo his brother. Alfred
O. Vanderhllt, drove Mrs. Gerlten's News
hoy and won third.
Licensed to Wed.
A marriage license was Issued In Wash?
ington yesterday to ,????? Holstead and
Elizabeth M. Wren, both of Richmond,
Va, Mr. Holstead Is employed as a cleik
with a Cury-Strcot commission firm und
ito?? at Neu m w.eat Mo4n Street?
2 Hours and 25 Minutes to Norfolk.
7:45 A. M.?Week dnya?Locnl to Newport
Ncn-a nnd way ?tntlonn.
0:00 A. M.?Dnllv ?Limited ?AftlvM William??
bur? 0:G?? ? M., Newport New? 10:30 A,
M., Old Point 11:00 A. M., Norfolk 11:23
?? M? J _,..
4:00 P. M.?Week d?y??SpnotitI? Arrives Wll?
llfttnatnirg 4:50 P. M., Newport New? B!80
P. M.. Old Point 0:00 ft M., Norfolk
0:25 P. Mi
5:00 P. M.?Dnllv?Locnl to Old Point.
MAIN LINE -WKSTWIUND.
10:10 A. M.---Week dny??I/:icnl to Clifton Forg?
nnd wny ntntlon?.
2:00 P. M.?Dally?Sperisi to Cincinniti,
LoulavllK St. I/ml? nnd ("tilrngo.
6:15 P. M.?Wen. dnvs?Imeni to DoMwelt.
10:30 Pi M.-Dnltj??Limited to Cincinnati?
Louisville, St. Louis nnd Chicago.
JAME ??????? LINE.
10:20 A. M.?Onlly?nxprcs? to Lynehbnr.,
Clifton Furg" nnd principal ?talloni.
6:15 P. M.?Week days?Ixiee.l to Rremo.
TRAINS AIUIIVE RICHMOND PROM
Norfolk and Old Point 10:0,"? A. M. dnjly,
11:45 A. M. Et. Sun., and 0:??? p. M. dally.
Newport New? txienl 7:20 P. M. Ex. Sun.
From Cincinnati and West K:15 A. M. dnlly
nnd 3:30 P. M. dally. Mnln Line Local from
Cllrton ??G?? 7:ir> P. M. Ex. Hun. Doawcll
Aeeom. 8:35 A. M. Ex. Sun.
James Illver Lino' I/ie?l from Clifton Forg?
0:35 P. M. dally, nrcmo Aceom. 8:40 A. M.
C. G.. DOTLE, W. O. WARTIIRN,
nen'l Mnnnger. t)l?t. J*a*?, Agt.
RE ? ? Richmond, Fredericks l
? G? (? G? burg Sc Potomac R. H
Trains Leave Richmond?Northward.
4:16 A. Mm dolly. Byrd St. Through,
0:45 A. M., dally. Moin St. Through,
7:1? A. M.i week days. Elba, Asliland ac?.
BiOO'A. M? Sutiday only. Byrd St,
8:40 A. M., week dnys. Hryd St. Through,
12:05 noon, week day,., Byrd St. Through,
4:00 P. M., week days. Hyrd St. Fred?
6:0T. P. M? dnlly, Main St. Through.
8:25 P. M.. week days. Elba. Ashland ac?
8:05 P. M? dally, Hyrd Rt. Through.
11:10 P. Mi, week days. Elija. Ashlnnd ac
Trains Arrive Richmond?Southward.
6:40 A. M.. week daye. Elba. Ashland ac?
8:00 A. M., dally, Byrd St. Through.
8:25 A. M.. week dova. Ryrd St.. Fred'
12:05 P. M? week days. Hyrd St. Through.
2:05 P. M.. dally. Main St. Through.
3:00 P. M.\ week days. Elba. Ashland no?
(?:40 P. Mi. dally. Byrd St. Through.
9:00 P. M.. dally. Byrd 81. Through.
10:25 P. M.. dnllv. Main St. Through.
11:00 P. M., week days. Elba. Ashlnnd ac?
Note?Pullman Sleeping or "Parlor Car?
?n all trains ?"xeent local accommodations.
W. D DUKE, C. W. GULP. W. P. TAYLOR.
Gen'l Man'r. rtss't Ocn'l Man'r. Traf. Man'f
LEAVE RICHMOND DAILY.
9:00 ?. M.; NORFOLK LIMITED. Ar.
rives Norfolk 11:20 A. M. Stops only al
Petersburg. Wnverly and Suffolk.
9:00 A. M.. CHICAGO EXPRESS. Buffe!
Porlor Car. PetersnurK to Lynchburg and
Roanoke. Pullman Sleepers Roanoke to
Columbus, Bluefleld to Cincinnati; also
Roanoke to Knoxvllle, and Knoxvllle to
Chattanooga and Memphis.
12:20 P. M., ROANOKE EXPRESS for
Farmvllle, Lynchbure and Roanoke.
3:00 P. M.; OCEAN SHORE LIMITED.
Arrives Norfolk 5:20 P. M. Stops only at
Petersburg. Waverly and Suffolk. Connecta
with steamer* to Boston. Providence. New
York. Baltimore and Washington.
?:56 P. M., for Norfolk and all station?
east of Petersburg.
9:35 P. M.? NEW ORLEANS SHORTS
LINE. Pullman Sleeper. Richmond to
Lynchburg. Petersburg to Roanoko:
Lynchburg to Chattanooga. Memphis and
New Orleans. Cafe DlnliiK Car.
Trains arrive from tho West 7:35 A.M..
2 P. M. and S:50 P. M.; from Norfolk 11:10
A. M.. 11:42 A. M. and G:M P. M.
Office No. KM East Main Street.
W. B. BEVILI.. C. H. BOSLEY.
Gen. Pass. Asent- Dis. Pass. Agent
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT FEB. 22, 1303.
TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND.
7:00 A. M.?Daily. Local for Charlotte.
12:50 P. M.?Daily. Limited, Buffet Pull?
man to Atlanta and Birmingham, New
Orleans, Memphis, Chattanooga and all
6:00 P. M.~Ex. Sunday. Keysvllle Locnl.
11:05 P. M.?Dally. Limited: Pullman
ready 9:30 P. M.. for all the South.
YORK RIVER ?.G??.
The favorite route to Baltimore and
eastern points. Leave Richmond 4:30 P.
M. Monday. Wednesday and FHday.
6:00 A. M.?Except Sunday. Local mixed
for West Point.
2:15 P. M.?Local. Monday. Wednesday
nnd Friday for West Point. \
4:30 P. M.?Except Sunday. For West
Point, connecting with steamers for Bal?
timore nnd river landings Mondays,
Wcdn???dnvs nnd Fridays.
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND.
0:55 A. M. and ?:2? P. M.?From all (hi
3:20 P. M.
???10 A.M.?From Keysville.
9:15 A. M.?Baltimore nnd Weet Point
4:50 P. M.?From We'st Point.
U. G. ACKBJVT. r,. >t. 8. H. HAIIDWICK. O. P. A,
C. W. WESTBOHY, D. P. ?.. ftlehmoud. Va.
TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND DAILY-i
8:30 A. M. To all points South.
9:00 A. M. Petersburg nnd Norfolk.
12:20 P. M. Petersburg nnd N. & W. West,
3:00 P. M. Petersburg nnd Norfolk.
14:10 P. M. Goldsboro Local.
6:56 P. M. Petersburg local.
6:56 P. M. To points South.
9:35 P. M. Petersburg and ?. & W. West,
11:30 P. M. Petersburg local.
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND.
4.07 A. M.. 7:XT> A. M? 8:25 ?. M.. except
Bnnday. 11:10 A. M.. 11:12 A. M? 2:0) P.
M., 6:50 P. M? 7:15 P. M? 8:45 P. M.
t Except Sunday.
C. S. CAMPBELL. Dlv. Pass. Agt.
W. J. CRAIG, Gen. Pass. Agt.
Ai u Link Railwav
TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND DAILY.
2:20 P. Ml?Seaboard Mnll?10:35 P. M.
Seabonrd Express?To Savannah, Jack?
sonville. Atlanta and Southwest.
9:10 A. M.?Local?Por Norllnn and Ham?
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND DAILY.
6:85 A. M.?No. 31? 4:55 P. M.?No. 60-f
From Florida, Atlanta anil Southwest, ?
5:S0 P. M.?From Norllna nnd local
City Ticket Offlco 1000 East Main Street.
RICHMOND AND PETERSBURG
Beginning April 1st, IB02,
Cars leave corner Perry and Seventh
Streets. Manchester, every hour (on the
hour) from 6 A. M. to 10 P. M-, lost car
11:50 P. M.
Cars leave Petersburg, foot of Syca?
more Street, every hour from C:30 A. M.
to 10:30 P. M.
FRIDA y AND SUNDAY SPECIAL
60 CENTS-ROUND TRI 1'-50 CENTS. ?
Night Line for Norfolk
Leave Richmond dally at 7 ?, M., stop?
ping at Newport News In both directions.
Dally except Sunday by C. and D. Rail
way, 3:00 A. M., 4 P. M.. 9 A. M. and 1
P. M. by N. and W. Railway, ull lines
connect at Norfolk with direct steamer?
fur New York, sailing dally except Sun
Uiiy. 7 P. M.
Steamers sail from company'? wharf
(loot of Ash Street) Rncketts.
H. B. WALKER. Vice-president and
Traffic Manager, Now York.
JOHN F. MAYER, Agent.
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