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Naval Court-Martlal May Pass
NEGRO IS THE PRISONER
Stabbed Another Enlisted Man to Death
Aboard Ship?Firs? Case of the
Kind for Period of
No. 1417 O Street, N. W.,
Washington. D. C, May 2.
ft For the first time In sixty-odd years,
'..?the Navy Department will try a man for
an offense Involving the possible Infliction
. of the death penalty. The case in point
Is that of William Anthony, a colored
mess attendant on the Olympia, flagship
of .Rear Admiral Coghlan, commanding
the Caribbean, squadron now in the Nor?
folk harbor. Soveral months ago this man'
got into an altercation on board ship with
another enlisted oolorod man, and stabbed
him to death. It la alleged that tho de?
ceased provoked the assault by making
a vile charge against Anthony.
.??? Shortly after the occurrence, Rear-Ad
?'tnlral Coghlan appointed a court-martial
?tor the trial of.Anthony on the charge of
niurder. The'court convened at San
fjuan during the cruise of the Olympia,
but declined to proceed with the trial on
the ground that it had not Jurisdiction.
It was oontendod by the court that the
alleged offense having been committed
within the Jurisdiction of tho United
States was properly cognizable by the
civil courts. Rear-Admiral Coghlan Insist?
ed that the case was clearly within the
V Jurisdiction oi the naval court, but as
the court persistid In its stand, It was
deolded to withdraw the case from Its
further consideration and organize a new
ml Acting Seoretary Darling has finally
!*dopted the view of the Judge Advocate- ?
General of the Navy that the case Is |
^within the Jurisdiction of the naval au
, thorltles. By his direction, a now court
martial, of which Captain W, T, Swin?
burne, oommandlng the battleship Texas,
| is president, and Captain Rtifus H. Lano,
, of the Marine Corps, 1b Judge advocate,
will convene at Norfolk In a few days
for the trial of Ihe caso. The Olympia
is now In that harbor.
During the Mexican war. an enlisted
man In the navy was convicted of assault?
ing an officer, and was hanged from the
yard-arm os a result of court-martial
proceedings. Since then the death pen?
alty has never been Imposed In the navy
In time of peace* as a result of court
. martial proceedings, the practice being
to turn all capital cases over to the olvll
IN CLIFTON FORQE
A Number of Marriages of Especial
(Special to Tue Tlmee-Dlspatch.)
CLIFTON FORGE, VA., May 2.?Mr.
Charles W. Drive ana Misa Myro 3.
Munger, both ot Salisbury, Botetourt
county, were married at Gladys Inn on
VWedne.sday.-.nlght, Rev. Charles S, Stan
Mr. P. L, Wright, of this place, and
Miss Mayme G. Colo, of Washington,
Were married at tho bride's rosldonco on
Mr. and Mrs. Wright arrived here on
Thursday night and will reside In Clif?
News has reached here of the marriage
of Mr, B. C. Foster, formerly of this
place, but now a merchant of Longwood,
Va, and Miss Salile W. Moore, of that
The Montgomery -'resbytory, which has
been In session hero the past three days,
adjourned toTnlght. ? largo number of
ministers and laymen attended, and, al?
together, the session was an Interesting
one. A number of the ministers will
stay over Sunday and fill the pulpits In
the local churches.
AROUSED BY FLAMES
Mountain Conflagration Wipes Out a
??. Home, in Its Pathway,
y (Stteclal to The Times-Dlepntch.)
WINCHESTER, VA? May 2,-The most
terrific mountain conflagration that has
visited this section of the county swept
over an area ten m'.les long and about
four mllos wide Thursday, ono\ wiped out
entirely the home of a man named.George,
whloh was directly In the path of the
devouring elemente. Tho fire was start?
ed, It Is thought, by carelessnoss or
with criminal Intent by some malicious
person, and commenced near Star Tan
The people of the neighborhood fought
back the flro, and on Thursday night
Mr. George retired after an all day
battle with the fi?mes. He believed that
his home was saved, but during the night
the., rising winds fanned somo small emb?
ers into a fierce flro, and oarly Fri?
day morning Oeorge and his family were
aroused by the burning of the barn on
th? plaoe. Tho house was also on flro
and the family barely escaped with tholr
lives. Everything wbb lost, including $17,
which he had received for a calf, Tho
fire swept on and was not stopped until
it reached a point near a wheat flold. in
Ita course thousands of rails, fonces and
timber, wero dostroyod, and the money
' loss will be high.
Old Colonial Home Rescued from the
Flames by Heroic Work.
(Special to Th? Tlmos-Dlspatch.)
GLOUCESTER C. H., VA., May 2.~
ToddBberry, tho old Tabb homestoad,
?waa discovered to be on lire at an early
hour this morning, So great wfi? Ine
danger Mr. Moti, whose mother nc.v
owns tho place, had to climb t<i the roof
before completing his tollet, und In con?
s?quence received some bad, but not
dangerous burns, Through the heroic
work of the family and the servants and
?ho tejinnts, tho houso was savnl,
Todd?berry Is ono of the oldest colonial
?. houses In Glouc< f>|,<;r. and has remained
Ainchang?d In architecture since colonial
du>ys. A number of workmen aro en?
gaged in some temporary roi?alrs.
A Reception Thursday Evening by Mr,
and Mrs. John A. Coke,
Captain and Mrs. John A. Coke, enter?
tained the choir of the Becoml Presbyte?
rian Church on Thursday evening (host
chacmlngly. Their beautiful' home was
thrown open to the guests In the most
hospitable manner, arid a delightful re?
past was served by the gracious hostess.
The diffeent members of tho choir
Save a varied programme of song, und
Instrumental , mutis .'nforinal?y, which
was muoh enjoyed by those present.
Captain Coke also gave much pleasure tu
his guests by the? expressive rendition of
?uvera! selections on the pianola.
. Those present were Misses Katherlno
Belle Powell. Elizabeth Mosby, Mary
Willie Bmoot, M'.ud Milier. Belle John
non; Mesdames Harry Olllis, Mrs. Rus-,
sell Cecil, J". Allleou Hodges, J. A. McE'V
jrtuc Wiiikerj Jiussr?, It O, TnpntatL
Perfection of Fit
Is another of tho many features of excellence character?
istic of tho Btirk Tailored Peerless Koady-to-Wear Garinonts.
The ripened knowledge of sixty years of successful garmenb
building has attained a degree of perfection unsurpassed in
tho costliest merchant tailors' products. The hundreds upon
hundreds of men of dif?orent physiques that are fitted abso?
lutely perfect every day at this store aro proofs that tho day
is passed for paying high charging tailors thejr fabulous
prices for no better results in either fit, quality or etylo of
SPECIAL SALE IN
87.50 $10 $12.50 J15
Thoroughly equipped tailor shop on premises at your
disposal for any desired ohange or alterations.
Specials in Childrens Dep't.
Suits at $1.48, $1.98, $2.50, $2.98, $3.50.
Worth $2.00, 93.00, $400, 94.50, 95.00.
1003 East Mam Street.
Snmuel IC. Phillips, Russell Cecil, Jr.,
Willard Smoot, J, E. Dunbar, James
Lewis Anderson, Dr. Russell Cecil. John
A. Coleo. Jr., Harry Glllls, Dr. J. Alli?
son Hodges, Dr. J. ?. McElroy.
Child Saved dust In Time.
(Specilli to The Times-Dispatch.)
WINCHESTER,'? VA., Mfciy 2.?While
City Solicitor R. Gray Williams was en
.tortalning friends at his residence, laet
night, his little daughter, Susan Rlod
Williams, lay In her cradle upstairs
threatened with momentary suffooatlon
causod by a lamp taking fire. Mr. L. A.
Cover, who lives noxt door, saw the flame
and alarmed tho Williams family, who
saved tho child Just In timo. The dam
ago amounts to several hundred dollars,
not Including some costly hats and gowns
of Mrs. Williams.
Cucumber Salting Stations.
(Special to The Times-Dispatch.)
SUFFOLK, VA., May 2.?The H. J.
Heinz Pickle Company positively will put
up a plant at Suffolk and vory llkily
will establish another at Holland. Thoy
will not bo regular finishing factories, but
salting stations, largo enough to care for
every cucumber , grown In Nansemoml
county. Tho greatest difficulty was In
getting tho farmers to' plant enough.
Heinz will not establish a salting station
until ho has guaranteed the product the
of at least 200 acres.
Isle of Wight Licenses.
(Special to The Tliaea-Dlepntch.)
SUFFOLK, VA., May 2.-Noxt Monday
there will bo a contest, It Is expected,
over tho granting of liquor licenses under
tho Mann bill In Isle of Wight county.
The temporaneo people over thero are bet?
ter organized than In most counties and
they may resist the granting of licenses
In Smlthtleld, the only town of more than
600 persone. An effort will be mado to
get liquor In Windsor, whloh has less
than GOO persons.
Haas to Lose Both Eyes.
(Speoial to Tho Tlmos-Dlspatch.)
STAUNTON, VA., May li.?Dr. W. W,
Keen, tin t'in'nont specialist of Philadel?
phia, arnved In the city to-'nli'ht for
the purpose of operating on the eyes of
Dr. Huas, who tried to commit sulcdo
a few days ago, It ia vory probable that
both oya:j will bo removed.
Oakwood Memorial Day.
General Fltzhugh Lee wll bo tho orator
of Oakwood Memorial Day, Muy ?th. Dr.
Jumes P. Smith will be master of cere
monlea. The Rev. Dr. W. B. Cooper will
muko tho opening prayer, and the Rev.
Dr. Robert A, Goodwin will bestow tho
Mr. W. A. Sherwin wll act as ohelf mar?
shal, and will choose his aids from Lee
and Picket Camps and tho Sons of Vet?
The procession will start from St.
John's Churoh promptly at 4 P. M. Tho
roule will be to Twenty-seventh; out
Franklin to Libby Hill, thence to Broad;
out Thirtieth to P, and thence to Oak
Tho Seventieth Regiment will with the
Howitzers, Loo and Pickett Camps and
all other Confederate und veteran organ?
ization? Join In the procession.
The music will bo under tho direction
ot Professor Mitchell, tty> director of
Trinity Churoh choir, who has arranged
11 Una programme. Mr. James. Harwood
will form the line of cardanes. The
Governor with his staff, General Fltzhugh
Loe, the Mayor and Invited guests will
lend tho Une.
The ladles of the association are bend?
ing ?very effort to render May 9, 1803,
the most Impressive memorial 4tay in tho
history of the Oakwood Association.
Party irum Richmond Seeing
the SigMs-in the National
No. 1417 O Streot N. AV.,
Washington, D. C, May ia.
A number of young ladles are hero
ffom the Woman's College of Rich?
mond, the party consisting of Miases Myr?
tle Beckley.Florida Jones, Ixiuls? iuugh,
Beryl Whltlock, Oils Wise, Olive Osborne,
Agnes Boules, Roble Caney, Mamie Wise,
FrederlcUa Kyle, Thelma Juckson, Argath
Lane, Salini? Gwathmy, Louise and jjjr*
Tho young ladies were Joined hero by
Miss Starr, daughter Of ex-President
Starr, of Handolpli-Macon College, and
Mr. Clyde Haggarly.of Georgetown Univer?
sity. Several receptions mid germana
.given by Greek letter fraternities are to
l'i* given during their stay In Wash?
ington. They, wm return to Richmond
FOUND WITH HEAD
Peter F. Clark, of Lunenburg,
in Drinking from a Stream,
Falls in and is Drowned.
(Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.)
KEYSVEJLlE. VA., May 2.?Mr. Peter
F. Clark, an estimable citizen, was
found dead nciar his home this morning,
at Double Bridges, Lunenburg county.
With a friend, Mr. John Frost, he was
out on his farm, and about 0 o'clock
wont to a crook to got a drink of water.
Not returning,??Mr. Frost?went In search
of him nnd found him lying on the bank
with his head undctr water. A negro
man, who was at work near by, was
summoned, and tho body carried home.
Every effort was mado to revive him,
but of no avail. A bruise was over tho
left eye, but there was no fracture. He
was BUbject to vertigo, and had evidently
fallen In ono of his spoils. S Thero were
many stones around, and the bruise wan
no doubt caused by/hls head striking ono
of these. ,',
A coroner's Inquest was held by Jus
tloo M. B. Edwards and six Jurymen.
Tho body was examined by Dr. .Thomp?
son Morton, of Keysvllle.t Mr, Olirk
was a young man and waa to have been
marrlocl In a short timo.
A few days ngu ?Mr, J. M. McCargo, of
Keysvllles, who Is a salesman for the Ar?
thur J, Connor Co., of Boston, Moss.,
h?d a naiTow escape .from drowning In
Mecklenburg county. Ho attempted to
cross a stream, much swollen by recent
rnlns, In a top buggy. When about the
middle of tho creek the current was so
strong that It washed tho horso and
buggy out of tho road, overturned the
buggy and threw Mr. McCargo out. Ho
had on a heavy overcoat, but being a
lino swimmer, he mnnagod to. keep on
tho surfuce. The buggy,was broken to
plocee, but Mr, McCargo and his horse
Heated over two hundred yards down the
stream bofore they could got out on tho
bank. His hat and vallso wore lost, but
Ihe ?ampio caso was saved.
Judge Not Sure but that Morals of the
Community Would Suffer,
(Special to The Tlmcs-Dlsputch.)
BOYDTON, VA., May 2.?The County
Court of Mecklenburg held a torm hero
yesterday for the purpose of hoarlng ap?
plications for liquor Uoonse. There wore
eight who asked for tho privilege, Most
of thorn had petitions. The first case
tried was from Joffress Junction. Judge
Homos refused this application under that
chiuse of the Mann bill which says; "That
tho salo of ardent spirits at that place
will not bo contran* to a Bound public pol?
icy, or Injurious to tho moral or the ma?
terial Interest of the community."
Tho judgo Btatod that he could not
say that the sale of liquor would not bo
Injurious to tho morals of tne commu?
nity, and so denied tho application. Tho
othor seven applicants gave up. ..s tho
matter stands now, Clarksvllle and Boyd
ton aro tho only places in the county
where liquor Is sold. Clarksvlllo had al?
ready obtained license by reason of hav?
ing pollco protection and Boydtou has a
Fifteen-Year-Old Norfolk Boy Picked
Up In Alexandria.
(Spcclul to Tim T|aio?.DlS|>utch.)
ALEXANDRIA, VA., May il.?Matthew
Nicholson, the runaway lad from Nor?
folk, who was arrested here this morn?
ing, was sent back to hi? father's homo
on tho Norfolk steamer this evening,
lie was fifteen ycj-irs old and told the
police that ho was heading for Baltimore
He was traveling In a state-room when
The Misses Watklns, of Chostnut Hill,
entertained u few friends Friday evening
in honor ot their guest, Miss Lucy Marlon
Ash, of Gloucester Point.
Among tho guests were Misses Rebecca
Mitchell, A\lce Durham, Lucy Marlon
Ash, Sullle Martin, Willie Sohenuk, and
Lillluii, Annie and Kate Watklns; Messrs.
W. Martin. Butwell Martin, Thomas
Watklns, Howard Gordon and James
Lacy, One of the features of the evening
especially enjoyed was music by the pho?
10 Highland Park, lot?, beautiful loca?
tion, ?o car fare. Monday i P. M.
BSA^'KSTATS TRUST, ?Q,
Will Clear' More Than Fifteen
THE CLOSE'LAST EVENING
Great Gathering There end Unbounded
Ertth??latrn" Shown?those Who
The end? ?rtRe Conf edera te Bazaar has
??,???. ft"5 .euoqee?,hBji crowned the effdrt?
of .?on/ede'rpUe',women, who have spared
no time, pain's "or,, labor to attain their
end and have In hand the funds necessary
to complete the. Jefferson Davis monu?
ment , ,,,,, | -'(..).' j, ",
An approximate'estimate, which la not
an exact one by any means, but ?11 that
oan now be .mad?, piucos ,th? amount
realized by ' the ., Bazaar Association ?t
?AND POStaBLY MORE.
The Masonic Templo was as busy last
night as usuali The Texas', .Arkansas,
Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Tennes?
see and South Carolina tablea had about
completed the sale of tholr stock. Alaba?
ma was disposing of what she , had left,.
and Georgia.wa? doing the same. Mary?
land will reserve what Is uiisold and send
It to a Maryland hospital tor" crippled
children. , Florida will return"' surplus
stock to the donors In Florida. Kentucky,
the Solid South and Virginia will'reserve
a portion of their stock for a futuro Bal?.
Each table chairman and oommltloe ex?
presses satisfaction at what has been ac?
complished, which In most Instances ex?
ceeded their hopos and expectations.
North Carolina eold out Friday, the
beautiful asparagus service being bought
by Mr. S. T. 'Morgan.
MAY REPEAT PLAY.
The Lady Nicotine Stock Company, who,
thanks to Miss Morgan nnd Mr, George
A. Kolley, scored so groat a hit at the
Academy In "Chopsticks and Splklns"
last week, is being Importuned to repeat
tho play In anothor city, and the man?
agement may consent to do so.
Most of the tables, stripped of their
pretty hangings, have been sold to good
advantage, and will bo removed Monday.
A euchre party for tho benefit of tho
Alabama table will bo given next Tues?
day from 6 to 7 In tho Albemnrle Club,
under the direction of Miss Whlto. The
occasion will be ono of great Interest,
and will doubtless attract a large number
of young society .people of both soxes.
Miss Louise Barbour wns the fortunate
young lady who securod tho ticket to
New York nnd return, given the Virginia
table by the Old Dominion Steamship
Company. The two swords sent to the
Arkansas tablo by Mrs. Eason, of Peters?
burg, who took charge of them during the
Civil War, will be sent to the Museum.
Tho Wnysldo Ann will havo a salo of
china and antique . fumlture next Tues?
day at 3 P. M, The oxccllont coffee,
which has been enjoyed by ail patrons
of the Inn reflects" great credit upon the
Aragon brand and upon the making. Mr.
Harrison generously donated all tho cof?
fee used, estimated at about ono hundred
The pretty doll given to Miss Jones by
Miss Ruby Bodeker for. the Florida"tablo
was won by Miss Elizabeth Bentley. The
"Punch and Judy Show," undertaken last
afternoon by Mr. John Tyler for the Mis?
sissippi tablo, and the "cake-walk," given
by Mrs. Gill's boys, was very attractive,
netting tho table over ten dollars.
Among the many who contributed to
the Tennessee table, through Mrs. W. D.
Hart?n, are Mr. T. C. Stngg, Mrs. John
Keenan, tho Sisters of Charity at St. Pat?
rick's Academy, tho Nuns of Visitation
Convent, Monte Maria, Mrs. Maggie
Pierce, of Georgia; Mrs. J. L. Ruskoll, of
Tennessee, and Mrs. Dennis Leahy, of
The entire committee extend to Mr. and
Mrs. W. D. Hart?n their .sympathy on
account of tho serious Illness of their
niece, which has thrown a damper on her
work In the bazaar, which she desired
so much to seo a success.
Mrs. J. C. Hagan, of the Muwourt ta?
ble, has rocelved the following letter
from Mrs. Patti Mooro, sent with some
very handsome portieres:
Kansas City, Mo., April 23, 1803.
My Dear Mrs. Hagan;
These curtains come to you as a dona?
tion for our Missouri table. They come
laden with nil tho bright anticipations
and hopes of a true daughter of tho Con?
federacy for tho success of your bazaar.
May you be able to obtain as many dol?
lars os the Buttle has piled back and
forth |n the web and woof of this hang?
ing, Is tho earnest wish of your Bister.
Trusting that they will arrive in good
,time and that I will hear from you
promptly, I am,
Yours fraternally. ;;;???4
Mrs. PATTI MOORE.
The handsome chair at the Virginia
tablo was won by Mr. Thomas McAdams
nnd the centerpiece at the same table by
Mr. John W, Gordon. '
The gun at the Arkansas ^1?^?a8.7??
by Mr Aaron Pylo, of No, 208 East Mar?
che danese ligure,at the South Caro?
lina table was captured by Mrs. Beai, ,
who is requested to call for >t at No. U6
North Fourth Street. ?.'Ti^.imoni
Mr. J. Stanley Richmond, of Liverpool,
England, received the oa.naj.ttha Mis?
sissippi table, which was carved by Mr.
John B. Christian, of Rocky Mount, N.
CThere wore auctions at the various ta?
bles, and all wero attended with good
reSUlUSENATOR DANTBL WiNS.
At the Florida table Senator Daniel was
tho lucky guesser of the pre ty 1 ittle fox
terrier. The number was IS?. M?0*
Daniel relinquished his dainty prize to
Miss Sarah Harvle. The sum realized on
the dog was llfty dollars.
ASK AN INCREASE
A commltteo representing tho 600-odd em?
ployes of the street railroads of Rich?
mond Manchester and Petersburg, has
presented to tho management o?'the Vir?
ginia Passenger and Power Company a
petition for a general .increase In the
scale of wages now in to?* on ul1 ,11""
of tho respective cities. The company ha?
tho petition now under consideration, but
no definite decision will be reached unt
after a committee has fconforred with
General Manager Huff. ???,,????
The Increase asked by the employes
aggregates about thirty per ?e?}1".?..?
an average, end requests the installation
of th? jilno-hour a day system. In aaa?
tlon tho application calls for?free trans,
portatlon to union members over all lines
at all times, and the eubmjaslon of all
questions to a board of arbwintlon. ?
proposes that tho ? suggested e^."? ?
good for a period of one year, beginn g
with Juno I?t, and either ?We ?effing
a change be required tp senve a notice 01
not loss than thirty day?. ?,?,,_??,.
Tho wages demanded for Richmond.
Manohoslor and oh the Mancbeater-Ee
torsburg line are 22 cent? per hour. for
motormen and 21 cents for. conductors.
Tho pay asked for the operates In Pe?
tersburg Is 18 cents for motor men ftna u
cents for conductors. ' .,? ?
The proposed scale woe recently pre?
pared by tho Executive Ticafd of v the
union, nnd since has been ratlfled b* ?*?
iwnanlmou? vote ci tt?'f?W???"??
THE NIGHTLY RENDEZVOUS OF THE ELITE OF THE CITY.
Thronged at the Afternoon Performances by Happy Laughing
School Children and Delighted Adults,
Drawing the Largest Crowds Drawn Through Ils Career in
Richmond of 272 Performances,
In the Very Zenith of a Success Never Before Accomplished,
AND THE LIONS
TOWERING OF THE KINGS
AT EVERY PERFORMANCE.
SEASON EXTENDS TO MAY iSth.
AFTERNOONS AT 3:30. NIGHTS AT 8:30.
THE MONEY FOR
Matter Before the Council ??
Monday?Joint session Council and
Board to elect meinDers ot Board of Ex?
amination of Plumbers: 7:30 P. M., Com?
mon Council; Cemeteries Committee. 10
?. M., Light Commltteo,
Tuesday, 8 P. M.?Markets Committee.
Wednesday, 8 P. M.?James River Im?
Thursday, 8 P. M.?Grounds and Build?
Tho liquor license question and other
matters having been disposed of the Com?
mon Council wllL meot In regular session
to-morrow night at S o'clock, when the
routine business that has collectod re?
cently will be considered and passed
Tho one mattor in which the publlo is
most deeply interested, and which will
come up, Is the recommendation of tho
Committee on Flnanco that 450,000 bo
appropriated out of the budget of noxt
year to be used in the construction of a
Confederato battle abbey. All Rich?
mond, especially the old eoldlers and u.clr
families wish to see the report unani?
This body will also consider a number
of appropriations for street Improvements,
the law for a pure food inspeotlon and
other matters of Importance.
There will be also to-morrow evening
a Joint session of th'o Board of Aldermen
and Common Council to elect members on
the Board of Examination of Plumbers.
The session will very probably fill the
vacancy on the Committee on Improve?
ment of James RlvOr caused by the re?
signation of Mr. Vlrglnlus Newton.
A fight promises to bo precipitateci
over a report from tho Water Committee^
recommondlng tho adoption of an ordi?
nance compelling the car company to in?
augurate what Is known as the double
overhend trolloy systom. By this mentis
It Is proposed to t?hock electrolysis which
Is now playing havoo with, the wator
mains of the city.
Mr. Morgan Mills will talee an activo
hand in the fight over the measure, aa
he is strongly In favor of having euch
an ordinance adopted. Ho will bo ably
assisted by other members of the body
who are,on tho Water Committee.
Tho anticipated fight will como from
the car company, who, It is understood,
does not wish to go to the expense
of putting in the new, system.
The Markets Committee will consider
at Its meeting a number ot plans for tho
Improvement of the First and Second
Markets, Chairman Petors having had
several drawings of the contemplated
changes made. ' He will submit those and
one Set will be finally adopted, after which
the contract will be let and tho work
pushed as rapidly as possible. The Mar?
kets was the only ono In the city to
be granted In the budgetieYery dollar re?
quested for improvements,
The meetings of the G-rounds and Build?
ings, the James River Improvement and
Cometerlos will toko up nothing out of
NEW SAILS TO BE
BENT ON SHAMROCK
(By Aigochtteil Pr?aa.)
GLASGOW, May 2.?The new sails for
the Shamrock III, havo arrived at Dum?
barton and will be bont Monday. Tho
trial races with tho Shamrock I Will pro?
bably be resumed Tuesday,
The challenger's new polo mast Is a
duplicate of the wrecked one.
CONFEDERATE VETERANS' RE
New Orleans, U? Mny 19-22, 1903, via
One cent per mile traveled, making
round trip from. Richmond fciO.90. Tickets
on salo May ltlth to 21st, Inclusive: return
limit May 24+h,, except by payment of
fifty cents tickets extended to Juno 16th.
?mm?~~ ? ,n ? ? ? ? " imm^^mm?-?_???
16 Highland Park lots, beautiful loca-'
tion, Be car fare. Monday 1 P. M.
?EAX ESXATjS TRUST. CO. .
A TESTIMONIAL TO
MR. R. C. TUPMAN
Concert to Be Given on the
15th at the Y. M. C. A.
Friday evening, May l?th, at tho Y. M.
C. A. Hall, a testimonial concert will, be
given for the benefit of Mr, It. C. Tupmaa,
This entertainment Is tendered Mr. Tup
man by his musical associates to assist
him In taking a further course In volco
culturo, preparatory to teaching. Mr.
Tupman lias for years been prominently
Identified with churoh choir work In this
city and Norfolk. He is now a member
of tho choir of the Second Presbyterian
A very attractive programme has been
arranged for this entertainment, to bo
participated In by the following well
known ladles and gentlemen:
Miss Mamie Harrison, Mrs. Maud Por?
ter Gunn, Ml?s Katherine Bello Powell,
Miss Frances Diggs, Miss Mabel
Dlggs, Mies Mary WllUo Srnoot,
Miss Myrtie Redford, Miss Kate
Puller, Mr. W. A. Watklns, Mr. J. A.
Morton, Mr. Conway Gordon, Mr. Oscar
Lohmann, Mr, J. F. White, Mr, James
McBaln. Mr. Tupman will also sing.
The following ladles are the patron- !
essos: Mrs. H, L. Cabell, Mrs. Fred. ?
Pleasants, Mrs. T. William pemberton,
Mrs. John A. Coke, Mrs. S. H. Hawes,
Mrs. Henry Howard, Mrs. H. A. GUlla,
Mrs. John S. Harwood.
DR. LATHAfl ILL
Professors and Assistants Electedt at
Randolph-fvlacon Woman's College.
(Special to The Tlmea-Dlipitcti.)
LYNCHBURG, VA., May 3,-Dr. H.
Gray Latham, commander of the famous
Latham Battery during the war, Is ex?
tremely HI and his condition to-night
At a meeting ot tho Executive Com?
mittee of Randolph-Macon Woman's Col?
lege, Miss Addle Taylor waa elected by
the committee assistant In English; Miss
Gliuo Larew, In mathematics; Miss Mat
tie Woodruff, In ancient languages, and
?ujss Sadie Moss Harmonson, in modern
languogos. Miss Jessie Bostlck was
elected lnstruotor In gymnastics nnd Miss
Matite Crulghtll assistant in philosophy
and pedagogy. Miss Motzger was recom?
mended to tho trustees for election as
professor of vocal music, to succeed tho
late Professor Schelhmann, and Miss
Clara Orr for assistant In music.
John 11. Creasy, of Campbell county,
mall carrier of the Btar route between
Lynch'B and Leesvllle, has been sent on
to tho grand Jury, charged with robbing
tho malls, Ho will be tried at Ablngdon.
Heard In Bon Air,
(Special to The Tlmea-Dlspntco.)
BON AIR, VA? May 2,-Colonel T. M.
R. Talcott and family have returned to
tholr summer cottage in Bon.Air.
Mr. Harvey Blair was to bo aeon on the
streets on Bon Air yesterday. Ho and
hie wife will ipend the summer out
Mr. J. B. Patton, of Rlohmond, Is pre?
paring to spend the summer at the
Paino Place, near Bon Air,
It Is rumored that he will build a fine
residence out thero,
It hoe been reported that the Gilliam
cottage has been sold to Mr, JBulllngton,
of Beiiam'a, but the humor has not yet
been fully verlllcd,
Pays Good Dividend,
(Bpcclul to Tho 'I'Ipios-DlsputcU.)
CHARLOTTE C. H? May 8,-At a meet?
ing of the directors of the Central ?ole
pilone Company on May let, thoy declared.
? senil-unnual dividend of 10 per cent.
The company continues to extend Up line
and Is paying good dividends.
? ????'? ? ?
Virginia Hotel Sold,
. (Spedili to Tbe TlinecDUpntcii,)
BTAUN'l'ON, VA?, May 2.-F, L, Part
low, of tills olty, has purahasec'l the old
Virginia Hotel property from John p.
Crowle for eleven thousand live hundred
dollaro cash. Tho management will con?
tinue as at present ur.der W. R. Trlpett
Southern Railway Pr.ortiotion. ?< '?
Mr. Wallace p. I.aughton, nf thij city,'
has ' been appointed. chief clerk of the
Chattniinogif' division, .Southern Uullwiiy,
to sucjoed Mr?. J. H? .MeOue, resigned,
and prometed, effective ??ay lvt.
Mr. La?ght?-n has beeii ir.' tho employ
W urn ..Southern Railway fw ?lit MarLj
EVERY I Mats.: Tues.,
NIGHT I Thurs.,Sat.
The Big Popular Produotlon
FIRST TIME HERE
Pure and Powerful.
Written by E. LAURENCE LEE.
The Entire Original Cast,
Efe ELSIE GRESGY.
BENEFIT MALE ORPHAN ASYLUM,
FRIDAY, MAY 8th,
Tlokots for salo at principili drug store?,,
Adults, 2?o. ahildron, 15o.
. ... . I 1^
The Valentine Museum
ELEVENTH AND CLAY STREETS.
OPEN 10 A. M. TO d P, M.
FREE ON OATURDAYS.
THE CONFEDERATE MUSEUM '
TWELFTH AND CLAY STREETS.
Opens dally from ? A. M. to 8 P, M?
Admission, 25 cents. 'Free on Saturduya,
placo to have
lion filled 1b at
817 EAST BtOAD.
Ernest Young's Art Store.
To Lovers of Art.
Wo have on view a collection of ort
glnal water colors, comprising bcouus on
tho? New England coast. Gulf of St. Law*
r?nc? and many local places. Art collec?
tors .should not miss seeing these p?o
tures now on view,
-"? . ' ? ?, ??
16 Highland Park lots, beautiful loca?
tion, Bo' car fare. Monday i P. M.
REAL ESTATE TRUST- CO.
and his deserved promotion was expcotod
by his many friends hero because ot bi?
KlUoioncy, In railroad worn,