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TWO SCORE AFTER
So Nineteen Candidates Will j
Meet Disaster in Municipal !
HOTTEST FIGHT IN MADISON
Ten Citizens in That Ward, With j
Three From Sotithsidc?Polls j
Close, at 6:57 P. M.
Members of the Common Council to
seVve Richmond for two years from |
September 1 next, will to- nominated
In a Democratic primary to-morrow.
Five men are to be ?clcct? d In each of .
the four w irds, thus making the new
Cpunc'l a body of twenty Instead of j
forty members. Thirteen members of j
the lloard of Aldermen hold over for |
the coming two years One vacancy-j
In the upper branch Is to be tilled in ;
Clay Ward, where. President Robert |
Whlttet bus not offered for re-elec
tlon, getting out or the Council in ?
order tp run for the Administrative
Board. The sun rl-'.-> to-morrow
morning at 5:17: U sots to-morrow
night at 6:57. The boundaries of the
new precinct- together with the
voting places will be found on another
page in the Tlmea-Dlspatch to-da)
The City Democratic Commutes
will meet to-morrow night nt Mur?
phy's Hotel to receive the returns.
Forty can-1'dates are contesting tori
the twenty-one peaty, male ng it ob?
vious that many musl fall by the j
way. Ten new men not now In the .
City Council are In the rice, while j
fifteen members of the Council have |
voluntarily retired, and an: not Of
faring for re-election. Five other I
members of the Council are staying j
out of this primary to run for the
Administrative Hoard Several Aider. 1
men, ousted by redlstrlctli g, arc ean
didates for the Council.
In Mndlnon Wnrd.
Much the hottest fight Is hdng
waged In new Madison Wat I. madi .
Up of tin! central aection of the city
from Third to Eighteenth Streets, and |
embracing nil of South Richmond. '
Ten candidates are running for tha
fivo seats of them formerly In Old
Madison Ward, two redlstrlcted from
Monroe Ward, nnd three former repre?
sentatives of the BOUthslde. It seems
generally conceded that the former
city of Manchester Is entitled to
representation, and It has put forward |
as Its candidates .lohn W. Moor.-.
Carter C. Jones, and it I. PatrSm, !
other members of the Council from
??hl Washington Ward bavin- retired. |
Messrs. Moore and Jone? ha>> seen
nittlve service on the Commltt'c oil
Streets, serving on the subcommittee
which aelected plans for the new
Mayo Bridge. Mr. Moore won high
commendation by his independent
stand In voting 111* convictions In the
four-ward fight against the effort of
certain of his constltutents to con?
trol his voice. Of the members from
the Northside, Messrs. Gilbert K,
Pollock and Frank M Reads sre the
surviving Council members of the
, special committee which prepar. ,1 the
new plan of governoent, and their re?
election has been urged r.n the ground
that the new plan of government
should have a trial at the hands ol
its friends. Mr, Pollock is subchalr
mari of the Street Committee, and
one of the active P.oot leaders of the
Council. Dr. Reads is a member of
the Committee on Finance, und his
taken an nctlve pnri In measures re?
garding the public health and relief
of the poor.
In < lay mid l.c1*.
In Clay Ward there is a coqtesl
between Ordway Puller, an attorney,'
and George McD. Rlake. a groc. r, for i
the sent in the Board Of Aldermen to
be vacated by President Whlttet.
President It. Lee Peters, of the Com- !
mon Council, has been redlstrlcted !
from Henry Into Clay Ward, and is!
offering for re-election. If nominated [
In Clay Ward, his re-election as '
president of the t.'oum il i? assured, j
lie bad won high approval by his In- |
I dependent course in committee as- |
slgnmentP. and In his fight for re
-fprrn of councilman1!- procedure.
In I-ec Ward two of the most high
I iy respected mi n In the Council?
I Messrs. Pollard and Forgusson?hnvo
ret'red. Messrs. Butler, Rntcllffe and
Ii.it P. in, arc offering for re-election,
with Messrs. Vonderlehr nnd Powell,
redlstrlcted from Henry Ward. Mr.
Vonderlehr won rong support north- J
of Broad street by h\< patronage of
I the .-ace segregation ordinance. Mr
?llatcliffe may lie called the original
?patron of the four-ward ordinance.
Oiaving offered two year? ago a plan
^Bitting the city Into three wards, and
He Council to fifteen members. New'
Hk-ii offering In this ward are: Messrs I
9w. Miner. W. II. Street, James I.
'^r^'ord. and Dai-kin W. Glazebrook,
In Jefferson Wnrd.
I New Jefferson Ward embraces till
I of the city East of Eighteenth Street,
I and the Mcchnnlcksvlllo Turnpike.
Eight old members from Jefferson
nnd Marshal! Wards are running, with
three new enndid.it. s. Messrs. Gglla
| gher. Welsh and Davtson.
.Morgan R. Mills has become the
storm centre of the campaign, tnvinr
announced as his platform his > -.posi?
tion to the four-ward ordinance Mr.
Mills i" chairman of the Water Com?
mittee and Is recognised ns one of
the active and alert leaders of Council
Grand Chief of sinter*.
Mrs. SallU- J. Durphy. of Dynchburg,
trand ebb f of the order of Pythian
ulsters of Virginia, is registered nt the
Richmond Hotel rm the guest of Rich?
mond Temple No. -6. She win meet
with No. 5 In regular session this
evening at S o'clock in Smtthdcal
Our loans on Tleal Kstato are
delected with cflre. and our cus?
tomers are always pleased with
1TED STATES DEPOSITARY!
How City Councilmen Voted
Bp Vit-WA R D ORDINANCE, RED HCl X? SIZE OF COUNCIL ONE-HALF.
Common Council, December 1011.
A YES?Blltklna, ninkc, Bn*cheu, Butler, KerRTua*on, lIIrachberR, I.umn
den, I.Midi, Miller, Pinner. PnlUrfl, Pollock, Powell, RntclllTe, Hcailc, Itlcb
ardnou, Sentou, Srlpb. l.nilnuf, Vondcrlcbr. Peter*?21.
XOE5?Uoirman, Hrndlry, mono, llurkc, Ceaae, Puller, Gill, Hnddon,
Hnbann, Haber, Jone?. Mill-. J. C. Power?, J. t. Power?, Richard*, Iloijcr?,
BUlllvan, Wiltshire, Wnrkman?ID.
Iloaril of Aldermen, December 12, 1011.
A YE.*?Adam?, Hennell, Ruller, Cuwurdln, Dnti l.envr. Gllman, Ornmlj,
Gunat, llobaon, Knln, Mitchell, Monvurr. Moore, Itenuolda, Vi bittet?IB.
NOES?Atklimnn, lllllc.v, Donuboe, Grime*. Melton, Kelsen, Potrnnt,
administb. \tive noAnn.
Vote on auballlutr, IneludluK Eire. Police nnd llealtb Department?,
common Council, December 4, inn.
ayes?Bovrmnn, Brown. Ccoac, Kuller,Ulli,Hnddon, Illrachbem, Ilob?ou,
lluhcr. June*, l.umadcn. Mill*, Pollard, J. C. Power?, RoRera, Srulup, Siilll
vnn, I mlnuf, Wiltshire, Workman, Peter*?31.
NOES (who held out for eomudttec pl?n >?Dntklaa, Blake, Uoaehcn,
Bradley, Burke, llutler. Eergusaon, l.rnch, filler, Pinner, Pollock, Powell
J. T. Power?, ItntcllfTc, Rcnde, Richards, Mlihnnlmiu, Selpb, Vonderlehr?I?.
Board of Aldermen rejected aubnlllulr nnd adopted committee plan De?
cember r_\ cm, uh fullowas
tVBS?Adam*, Bennett, lllllc.v. Butler, Cuwnrdln, Dun l.cavy, Oilman,
Gruud>-, Gunnt, llubnun, Kaln, Melton, Mllcbell, Houvure, Moore? Pa train,
Perdue, Itennuld*, Whlttct?in.
M?ES?Atkluaou, Donahue, ISrlmes, Keinen, Powers?".
Common Council concurred in committee pluu for AdiulolMtrntlve llunnl
December ii, iui I, n> follow*:
AVES?Blake, Boachen. Bowman, lirud'lej, llurkc, llutler, Pericusaon
Puller, MobMOn. Lynch, illller. I'lu?,.r, Pollard, Pollack, Pow*il,-.|, '1', Pow?
er*, ItntellOc, Itende, Richard*, ltlchHr,|H(in< Selpb, Vonderlehr_
\t?ES?llatkln*. Ilrutui, i r. Gill, llnddau. HlrschbcrK, linker, .lone*.
I.umaden, Mill*, J, c. Puvicr*, llourr*. Scat on, Sullivan, Umlauf, Wiltshire,
Workman, Peter*? is.
BOY BEATEN ?ND !
Recovers Consciousness, and
Gives Police Name of Man j
Who Assaulted Him.
With 111* < hoek hon.- fractured and i
hin sculp wounded, George Uryce, col- .
orcd. ten years old, we found uncon?
scious yesterday at Foushee ati.j Ca ha I
streets. After he hud been treated
Or. lt. K. Watts, nmbulance surgeon
Of the City Hospital, and wua able to
speak. In- said that lie had been u<
Raulted by a negro man. who Struck
him with n brick and robbed h'm ?: .t
|G note, which his mother had given
him to have Changed at a nearby drug
The boy knew his alleged assailant,
and told Dr. Walt.- that he was .1. II.
Gibson, employed by the Richmond
Transfer t'ompany. Gibson wos later
arrested nnd taken to the Second Po?
According to the boy's story Ids
moth.-r had given him the money und
was holding It In bis hand while
walking up Foushee Str?et. At Canal
he noticed the pegrO, mid said that
the latter saw the money.
lb- Ik then *ul,| x" have picked Up a
brick and strttc!, the child on the fm e
and head. M- evidently grabbed the
money which hud fallen to the- pavc
mci.t, and run. For tin- time- being
the spot was deserted; and the I'uip
form of the boy was found by (eV< r. 1
negorca who were passing.
OLD REPORT IS
New York This Time Revived
Rumor That President Stevens
Would Quit C. & O.
A special dispatch from Cincinnati
last night snld:
"President George \V. Stevern, of
the Chesapeake and Ohio, accompanied
by his physician and John D. Pott-?,
general passenger agent, arrived 1"
Cincinnati lost night from French
Lick, Ind., where he remained about
a wc'-k recuperating from a recent
illness. He spent the night in thU
c'ty nnd left to-day for lllchmond.
Ho was accompanied Bast by Fourth
Vice-President .Martin .1. Caples, Gen?
en. I Manager K. \V. Grlce, and As?
sistant to the President G. 11. Wall,
'??moral Superintendent .1. Paul
Stevens accompanied tin- party over
the Cincinnati division.
"It developed last night that It was
the flrat time In forty years that Mr
Stevens has been taking medicine,
and that he hid Improved much In
health during bis stay at the Indiana
Springs. Mr. Stevens gave emphatic
d< r.ial to the report that reached Cin?
cinnati from New York last Friday
that he was going to retire from the
Chesapeake and Ohio service. It was
said that th\ report ? started in the
Kaat wheri it was known that Mr.
Stevens was 111 and finally reached
ARRESTS FOLLOW PREACHERS TALK
STREET WRANGLE OPHITE PLAGUE
Threats and Oaths of Negro an<;
Young White Men Arouse
Hour) throats accompanied by oat ha
nnd gencril disorder yesterday morn?
ing shortly before C o'clock aroused
the entire neighborhood at Second
and Main Streets.
Awakened from their sleep by the
noise many men and women opened
windows to see what caused the
trouble. Several persons, thinly
clad, ventured to their front doors.
Not until J/din W, King, a watch?
man employed by the Virginia Itall
wny re Power Company. at w hielt
point where his presence Is made I
necessary on account of repairs to
the tracks, interfered did the racket
According to Ernest Jeffrey! a
young white man, with several com?
panions, he was walking through >
-Main street when lie was cursed. 1
without provocation, by Harry Harris,
colored, employed by the Power Com- [
pany as a switchman. Jeffrey drew
back to strike the negro when the '
latter put his hand beneath his ton ]
and threatened to shoot him.
in the meantime Jeffrey's compnn-1
ions came up, and they were Joined
by several oilier young white men. :
It was at this point that the noisy]
exchange of threats and oaths took i
place. Believing ihe negro to have a j
gun Jeffrey und his supportors mo- i
inentarily stood at bay. when cue
of them Suddenly stepped iorlh und |
struck Harris. The latter rait ?
King came forward at this juncture j
and then Jeffrey and the others gave ,
up their pursuit of Harris.
Patrolman Stephens also arrived on.
the scene, attracted by the dis?
turbance, and taking the names of I
all concerned swore out warrants
charging them with disorderly con?
duct und fighting In the street. He
sides Jeffrey and Harris the following
white men were arrested: H. A.
Howcll. M. C. Gardoza, H. Page. j.
C. Herbert, Jr, and J. I.. McQuo.
None Wiis taken to the station
house, each being immediately hailed
for his appearance in Police Court
ARRESTED FOR TIIKSPASS
AT CURL'S KECK FARM
Hoben YV. Crittenden, of this city,
was urrested yesterday afternoon by
'Special Officer Taylor, of Ilenrlco cotiti
I ty, charged with trespass upon the
! premises of Curl's Neck Farm. The
Klclimond man, it Is reported, drovj
out to the farm in an automobile, and
upon entering the premises was asked
by the owner to leave. The men en
gnged In a spicy interchange of words,,
with tha result that a warrant was
sworn out against the automo-blllst be?
fore a local magistrate. Crittenden
accompanied the ottlcer to the llmrlco
county Jail and was released upon giv?
ing bail In the sum of $100. The case
will bo heard before Magistrate f. J.
Puryear next Saturday m,?rnln? ?.t 11
o'clock. '-' ' "****L4^
In the calendar of the National
Antltt?hv>rculotlfl .Society, tyesterday
?a? known as "Tuberculosis Sunday"
Chupehes In all of the largo cities In
tho country Rave place in their ser?
vices to addresses upon the prevention
and treatment ?f tad great scourge
of civilization. In a number of Rich?
mond oh tire lies the pastors discussed
tuberculosis und the nation-wide cam-'
pnign of publicity winch is belli?
waged by antltiuberculosls and related
organisations in an effort to check its
Free literature on the subject, fur?
nished by tho Virginia Antltub-rcu
losis Association, was distributed in a
number of churches after the services.
Tr.c movement met with spe -ial .en?
couragement In th.- colored churches.
Mortality records show a constantly
incr^ds.ng death rate from this di -
,-ase among the colored peopl*. and
the leaders of the race are Joining
hands wit-, the scientific and mid leal
societies in the campaign against it
In several of the colored ohorehas
physicians mounted the pulpit and ad?
dressed the congregations upon th?
most enlightened methods of dealing
with tuberculosis, laying stress upon
t ? importance of personal cleanliness!
and proper sanitation in living quar?
l'rc-?eher as Well as physician agreed
that with the wider Introduction of!
efficient drainage and sanitation, and :
a proper segregation of infected per- j
son-, .loath from tuberculosis will he- !
enme no more frequent than deaths
from typhoid. Just as the last named
disease has been driven front many
Infected communities, they said. thsJ
white plaguo will ho transformed
Irom a dlsen?e of civilization Into n
disease of Ignorance. In tbe fight
against the plague, said one physician
much remains to be done In factories
and workshops, where Improper condl.
lions are still a fruitful source of the
Tuesday go to the polls and vote for your Common
Councilman. Determine to have a hand in our city
government ?nd take a personal pride in our legisla?
tion. Make it an INDIVIDUAL THING between YOU
and the CITY OF RICHMOND in politics, just as it is
to your advantage to make it an INDIVIDUAL THING
between YOU and the
American National Bank
OF RICHMOND, V RGINIA,
when it comes to a question of personal finance. This
is your chance to give Richmond what WE want to
give YOU every day?
Security and Service
Gun Practice Ordered by Chief
to Begin Within Xcxt
SOME ARE EXPERTS ALREADY
Plans Under Way for Annual
Spring Inspection on
Within the next two woeks, accord?
ing to a .atatiment made yesterday
.... Chlol of Police Werner, members
of the department will have an oppor?
tunity to ust their skill as niarka- |
Efforts are now being made to se?
cure th; use of the Howitzers'* Arm
cry for a range. As soon as permis?
sion is obtained, targets will he in?
Whil,. ther^ are many good shots
among the Richmond police, there are
some whose aim will Undoubtedly be
greatly benefited by a little practice.
The target practice, will not Inter?
fere with the duties of the police, as
t'i-y will be permitted to shoot only
during their hours off.
To spur them on, there Is a hand?
some silver cup as a trophey for the
district which can boast of the host j
score. Kar a long while this prize
has boin held by the men of the .See'
It has been th? caus-> of spirited
rlyalry between each district. Cap?
tain Kups, of the Second District. Is
confident that his m^n will be able
to maintain their supremacy and re?
tain the custody - whllo.1
Captain Barfoot and Captain Wright,
of the First and Third, respotcivoly.
entertain high hopes of capturing it.
For Spring Inspection.
Chief Werner Is now maklns: pre?
parations for the spring Inspection of
the memojrs of the department, which
will take place on May S.
In ii'w uniforms, t ie one hundred
and sixty-three men. composing the
three districts, will ns-'emhle at their
r spectlve ?tatlonhouses. and will be
reviewed by Major Werner and the
lijard of Police e'emrnisslon'rs.
The spring inspection Is not quite
fo formal as that which tak?s place
each fall. All ,,f the patrolmen, bl
cyc|.> ami mounted officers on that oc?
casion assemtble at the City Hall and
participate in a :>rlef parade follow?
ing the inspection.
Re/wevcr. Major Wern r Is equally as
earnest at this season to see that all
of th.. men are properly equipped as
at the fall r.'vlew, making It as much
as important event.
The summer uniforms of the police?
men this year will be of blue serge
Instead of the heavier worstad which
has been In use during past years
This cloth was decided unon as it is
believed li will prove more com'or
table for ti:.? mm.
The only rhang- In hats will b
amortf the officers of the traffic squad,
who will he identified by white enn
WAITING FOR RETURNS
BuMneaa ?-f city taovernmcat Holts
1 mil After PCniary.
The calendar of meetings at the
City Hall for to-night has been clear?
ed in order that all candidates for
re-election may put In the nnal work
of their campaign. Some members,
whose chief activity In the Council
has been to move to suspend the tubs
forbidding smoking In the chamber,
desire to tell the voters Just onr?
more that they are running On their
The committee on Printing and
Claims is called for o'clock this
afternoon. The Committee on Market,;
is on the calendar for to-morrow
night, but It Is safe to say that It will
not meet unless it assembles at Mur?
phy's Il'dej in the hall where the
election returns arc being received.
lint Hit- business of government will
be resumed with a rush on Wednes?
day. Whether men have won or lost
they will take up again the burden
of grinding out the city's busir.es?.
which must be carried on hy the pres?
ent Council until August 31.
Meetings for Wednesday are: Com?
mittee on Itelief of the Poor at 5:30
o'clock; Committee on .Streets. Street
Cleaning and Light all at S o'clock.
Thursday night the investigation of
the curriculum in the public schools
will be resumed at 7:"" o'clock, and
the Committee on Cemeteries, Grounds
and Building, and Electricity Will meet
at S o'clock.
FELL FROM PORCH
Playful l.lck Cannon Warren to limp
i il >.tu ace of Twelve Feet.
Leroy Warren, colored, whs dan=er
ously hurt yesterday afternoon, when
lie fell twxjve. feet from the porch at
Ills home, 12 Litllepa-;e Street. He
had been sitting on the rail, and one
of several companions with him, play?
fully struck him on th.i back, causing
hlrn to lose his balance and fall to the
Stole Ilia <;roe?rle.?.
Emmctt Cardwell, of 210 North Nine?
teenth Street, yesterday reported to
the police of the First District, that
bis home had beep entered the night
before, nnd groceries valued at $6
Famous Singers Arrive by Spc-|
cial for Wednesday Club
YOU MUST BE THERE EARLY
Door- Will P.c Closed Dun; ;
Each Number t<> Avoid
Resinning this evening th? ??.>'..?< ??? :
musical America will ror tn? orlot
pet tod of two days !>o centred ?'P-':? j
Richmond. A group or famous artist*
garnered from the muslc-lovlng na
tlona of Europe and from the best
talent in America arrived In the city
in a special train from Atlanta laat
night to take part In the nineteenth 1
annual musical festival of the Wcdncs-',
day Club, probably the most eminent
musical organization In the Southern
While it Is admittedly In doubtful
taste to attempt to reduce pure art
to a basis of dollars and cents, the
magnitude of the Wednesday Club's
undertaking can scarcely be fully ap?
preciated without it backward glance
at the toll t'ncso world-renowned ar?
tists . xact tor their two-day sojourn
ltin Richmond. The club s lirst concert
is said to have cost only tl.000. With
the increase in membership and af?
fluence came a corresponding Increase
in the annual expense of the festival,
until the high-water mark was reach?
ed in the present one, which. It is
stated, will cost the cl tb In guaran?
tees and other expenses more than
Important to lie on Time.
I This evening's concert at the City
Auditorium will he at S:?0 o'clock up?n
I the minute, when the doors will bo
? losed. No one will be admitted until
I the lirst number is ov-r. The. man?
agement is particularly anxious that
j til If t holders come as early as possi?
ble, to that every one may be seated
before the performance begins. The
confusion caused by late comers would
seriously interfere with the enjoy?
ment of the conc rt by the rest of the <
audience, and strict orders have been I
issued to the ushers to refuse admit?
tance during the performance of any
There will be an intermission of ten
minutes between the first and sorond
parts of each concert, and a trumpet j
call will announce the close of the In-:
termlsslon. Women In the audience
will be expected to remove, tholr '.tats, j
Tip- same rules will apply to both .
evening performances and to the single]
afternoon concert, which begins lb-1
morrow at 2:30 o'clock.
Musical Virginia win Attend.
The festival, which Is easily the
premier muslral event of the State,
will attract lovers of the art from I
every soct|e>n of the Commonwealth. I
Hardly a conservatory of music or I
woman's college In the State will bol
without liberal representation. Large!
reservations made for these months
ago indicate that there V7?I bo no lack
of amateur artists and critics at the
tiiree performances. A number ot
tickets have been sold to persons in
.Vorth Carolina, Maryland and other
im the subject <jf the artists them?
selves and title quality of their art no
reader of newspapers o musleal jour?
nals need further Information,
j Wherever music roaches Its noblest
! expression, be It in London, Berlin,
I .Vow York or Vienna, the names Alma
Cluck, Louise Homer, Rlccardo Martin
i ami Henri Scott are as well known
j as the names of the reigning moh
arohs. The fact that all of th*? artists
I who appear In ihe Wednesday Club
concerts rank high as principals In
the Metropolitan Company Is in Itself
BUfRclent assurance of their standing
In the world of music.
1 The singers will be assisted by the
celebrated orchestra of the Metropoli?
tan opera House. It w'll .o under the
direction of .losef Paatcrnack, one of
: the principal conductors.
VrtlMs Who Will Slop;,
j The soloists at the concerts wilt bo
; Mine. Gluck, soprano; Mme. I.oulso
t Homer, contralto; Rlccardo Martin,
tenor; Karl .lorn. tenor; Clarence
Whitehlll, baritone, and j.enrl Scott,
basso. Zlmballst, the famous Russian
violinist, will appear at the afternoon
concert to-morrow. John Powell, the
? llic'.miond piano virtuoso, who will
; perform at the matinee concert, has
. been in the city for the past two
weeks, having come from Germany
especially for this occnnlon
The Wednesday Club chorus con?
tains 250 voices, and Is under the di?
rection of Louis B. Weitzel. The oth?
er principals are: Kniest II. Cosby,
accompanist; Mrs, Florence 0. Hequeni
bourg ami Miss Katharine Thurston,
j violinists, and Hen Brockenbrough, W.
S. Henning and W. s. .lackson, li?
The Ofliclol Program.
rollowing is the detailed program of
the lirst concert:
Monday Evening, April SO, nt S.'O
Mme. Alma Cluck, soprano.
Mme. Louise Homer, contralto.
Carl J?rn, tenor.
Clarence Whitehlll, baritone.
The Wcducsdny t lub Chorus, the
Metropolitan Opera House Orchestra,
Josef Paaternack, conductor.
Prize song and linalo from "Uie
Curl J?rn, Clarence Whitehlll and
Aria, "Depuls lo Jour" from "Louise"
Grind Aria from 'Lo Prophets"
Trio from "Kaust".(Gounod)
Mme. Gluck. Carl Join and Clarence
"Wotan's Farewell," from "Die
"Barcarolle" front "Los Contes
"Habanera," from Carmen".. (Bizet)
Mme. Homer and chorus.
Aria, "Vcstl la glubba," from "Pag
lla'cci' .(P.ugslero Leoncavallo)
S'olo and chorus from "Martha".
Mme. Gluck and chorus.
Three Ilrothcro _rre:.'ted.
Thomas. Joseph and George Hooker, I
Colored, brothers, wen. at rested yes- 1
torday on the charge of disorderly
conduct at 2031 Moore Street. They
were locked up at the Second Follco
When You Think of the Concerts
your mind is apt to revert to Evening Clothes. If your ward?
robe is incomplete we can supply you at a moment's notice.
Everything exclusive and correct in Suits, Furnishings and
HARVARD 10 HELP
Local Club Makes Announce?
ment of Scholarship
A new opportunity for some Virginia
h desiring- to go to Harvard has late?
ly bjcn created hy tho Harvard Club
?f \ Irglnla, announcement of a schol- j
arship just having been made by the
scholarship committee. This commit?
tee, consisting of the Rev. W. R. Bowie,
of st. Paul's, chairman: I toman Walsh
and B. I). Harris, secretary of the club,
has deelded that a scholarship of 1160 j
shall be awarded annually to n prop
rly nualjtied resident of the Old Do?
minion, during his first year in Har?
vard, as a candidate for tho degree of
A. B. or 8. U. This means that any
Virginian wishing to enter tlt? fresh?
man class may receive the scholarship
before entrance. It during any year
no fr?shman should qualify for the
scholarship, it may be awarded to an
upper classman from Virginia.
The establishment of the scholarship
ir due to the untiring energy of w. p.
Dickey, '0>, former secretary of the 1
club and ex-professor of Latin in Rich?
In awarding tho scholarship the com?
mittee Will take into consideration the
scholarly attainments of the applicants,
as shown by their school records, and
also their character, qualities of lead?
ership and well-rounded development.
This scholarship will be available for
the academic year 1012-'13, and all
young men Intending to bo candidates
should make application on blanks
provided fur the purpose not later than
June I, 1912.
In addition to th'3 Harvard Club
scholarship, students from v'lrglr.la nro 1
eligible to wards from the Price- Green
leaf fund, tho Income from .vhich, about
fl'j.OoO annually. Is given to tlrst-ycar
students In Harvard College who are:
candidates for the degree of A. B. j
This announcement is of much local ]
interest, as it Is understood that sev?
eral high school and academy boys s.1
to graduato will compote for the schol- I
arship. In case It Is not awarded to
any one aspiring tO tho freshman class,
Hi: scholarship is sought by several
Richmond College students. Tho chance
f.-r a university education hero offered
is an excellent one, especially for any
man who wishes to work bla way
through Harvard, for thers ore hun?
dreds of the very best opportunities for
self-help for such aspirants.
ANYBODY LOST A BOY?
Colored Lad Sent to City Home to
Await I la I ran at.
The pollen of the Second District are
seeking the parents of n small negro
hoy who was found Saturday night by
Officer Volts In Penitentiary Bottom.
Tho child, who had with him a hugn
kite, was unable to say where his home
was. He spent the night at tho Second
Station and yesterday afternoon was
sent to the City Home to be cared for.
Ho gave ltls name ns Richard Brown,
nine years old. No report of a missing
colored boy bar. been made.
Willing to stnml Trial.
B. 1? Moore, u South Richmond sales?
man, left last night with bis attorney.
J. M. Turner, for Durham, N. C. to
answer a charge of violating North
Carolina regulations' in regard to solie
Itlncr orders for the sale of liquor.
Police Officer Stone, of Durham, arrived
horo Saturday night with requisition
papers from Governor Kltchin, but
Moore agreed not to contest extradi?
tion, and accompanied the lOflioer back
to North Carolina.
When the Roof Is Made of
G. M. Co.'s " Pearl " Roofing Tin
GORDON METAL CO.,
SEWER ARTICLE BY
Mr. Boiling's Assistant Tells of
New Standards and
In the Issue of "Engineering and
Contracting" for April IT there is an
extended illustrated article on "New
Standards of Sewer Construction." by
Allen J. Savllle. an Assistant City
Engineer of Richmond. The magazine
Is a standard publication on the econ?
omics of civil engineering design and
construction, and gives drawings and
special articles on many problems of
city building;, including all latest In?
formation on the building of streets
Mr. Savllle gives technical drawings
showing the new standard plans for
sewer construction, drawn by the En?
gineer^ department of Richmond
shortly after the decision was reached
in 1910 to make a bond issue for gen?
eral sower construction. It Is asserted
that the standard for inulas have
greatly Increased the r|uallty of the
work done, and have promoted a uni?
formity of construction an various
contracts In different P: rts of the city.
The drawings show the new standard
type .,r brick catch basin to be found
on street Intersections throughout the
annexed territory, antS the method of
construction and the advantages over
older types are discussed in detail.
The article also gives the standard
Instructions to sower Inspectors to
promote uniformity of work, the new
standard form of manhole, for pipe
sowers and the method of construct?
ing the reinforced concrete slab covers
for catch basins. The Instructions to
inspectors have much to do with tho
dimensions to be allowed for trenchca
where cutting and filling Is done by
contract by tho cubic yard, and a.
standard form is given for permanent
records by the inspectors, of the meas?
urements, progress of the work and
Mr. Savllle was one of the younger
engineers rfddcd to the staff of City
Engineer Rolling when the sewer
building project was determined upon.
He Is a son of Major C. O. Savllle.
clerk of the Chancery Court, and Is a
graduate of the Virginia Polytechnic
I Institute at nincksburg.
Round Trip, $11.60.
On tale May 5, 6, 7 and S. Information
Richmond Transfer Co.
809 East Main Street.
j Paper Company
I CORRUGATED BOXES,
817-819 N. Seventeenth St.
PhonC Monroe 271. Madison 725
If you will let us do your "Rough Dry"
Family Wash (at only 6c a pound) you
will lie njeascd in every way. Think it
over. 7 "
Phodc us. Monroe 1958 or 1959.
The Royal Laundry
^f. 13. FL?RSHEIM, Proprietor.
311 N. Seventh Street.
Board of Aldermen
CLAV AVA HD
Subject to the Democratic Primary. April .v. 1912.
If elects] I pledge myself to use my beat efforts to promote the
best Interests of Richmond. To this end I will fully co-operatu With
the Administrative Hoard, and will endeavor to give every person, firm
or corporation having business with the City Council a fair and square
deal. ORDWAY PULLER.
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