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OFFICERS MAKE REPORTS
Special Target Practice and Drill
at Old Point Arranged
ftjjL for Visitors.
(Special to The Times-Dispatch.)
Hampton. Va.. June 20.?In order
that the delegates attending the
bankers' convention might have the
opportunity of witnessing targot prac?
tice from one of the immense twelve- j
tnch rapid firing guns at Fort Monroe,
the Virginia Bankers' Association,
which convened In 'is nineteenth
annual session in the Hotel Chambcr
lin at Old Point to-day, did away
with the afternoon session and ac?
complished the work set out for the
Initial day In one sitting this morning.
The instructors and off! cor s of the
l.'nited State War College In Wash?
ington are on a visit to Fort Monroe,
und it had been arranged to tiro tho
big guns, both as Instructions to tho
"students" In the War College, and
r.s a novelty to the financial men of
the Old Dominion. Tho bankers
caught :ho Idea almost with their ar?
rival, ami the manner In which the
business was dispatched nt the open
Ing session showed conclusively that
the visiting bankers and their friends
were anxious to witness tho exhibi?
tion of firing from the largest puns
In the artillery branch of the United
The big guns were shot at 3 o'clock,
ar..i most of the bankers were station?
ed along the ramparts near Battery
Parrott to witness the sight. Short?
ly after the firing ceased, the officers
end artillerymen itt Fort Monroe g%ve
a special drill and dress parade in
compliment to tho bankers, the
p. rade and ether Interesting features
having been arranged by colonel
Frederick s. Strong, tho command'ng
ofllcer of the Old Point Army Post,
fulled to Order.
The nineteenth annual convention
of the Hankers wns called to order at
30 o'clock this morning, by Presi?
dent E. P. Miller, of Lynchburg, who
introduced Rev. Sparks Melton, pastor
of the Freemason Street Baptist
Church, of Norfolk, to make the open?
President Miller then read his
annual address, in which he spoke
very optimistically of the banking
conditions in Virginia. The address
of the president was enthusiastically j
received by tho deleftcs and will he
printed In pamplet form by the as?
sociation for distribution among the
In his report Secretary Walker
Hrott. of Farmvltle, said that the as?
sociation had .-. total of thirty new
member! during the past year, and!
that its membership to-day Is 312, the
?largest since the association was
Attorney George Bryan, of Rich?
mond, presented his report for the
year, and also the report of the Com?
mittee on Banking and Jurisprudence
Oliver J. Sands, of .dchmond, read the
report of the Committee on Exchange
tnd Collection Charges, an'd W. A.
Goodwin, of Norfolk, gave the report
of the Commltteo on Executive Coun?
cil. Reports were then received from
the chairman of the various groups.
Two suggestions?not popular, but
important?was the theme of an ad?
mirable address by If. N. PhUiij s.
cashier of the Peninsula Rank, of
Williamsburg, and P. M. Gannaway,
of Buckingham county gave a splendid
i ilU on "Agricultural Finance and
F-irm'-rs Viewpoint." Both of the
addresses elicited favorable comment
from the '.iclegates.
Julian lilll, of Richmond, was elect?
ed Virginia vlce-pre?!dcnt of the
American Bankers' Association, ?and
''rirroll Pier, c. of Alexandria. was
made the Virginia member of the
nominating committee of the Ameri?
can ^Association. President Mill
' /ill!/ill ? ,
IM I CTYLISH, comfortable
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I j I every ounce of superfluous
/J I J weight has been eliminated.
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5? large assortment of attractive,
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every variation of weave, texture, pattern and 1
Compare our styles and values with those
iinmcrt W. W. Waddlll, of Charlottos
v111o. h. x. rhiiiips. of Williamsburg; I
und J. J. Scott, of Bedford City; as
tho members of the resolutions com?
Tu-night the bankers were taken
On a steamer ride over Haitiplun
Roads nnd out to tho Capos of Vir?
ginia as the guests of \\. H. Landon,
of the Old Dominion cieamship Com?
Annual Ilnnquet To-Nlght.
To-morrow night the annual man
quet Will be held in the dining room
of the Chambcrlln. President Miller
will be the tonstmnster, end toasts
will be responded to by Rev. W. S.
Curie, D. I>., of Washing! n and Lee
University; Rev. II. D. C. Maciach
Ian, D. P.. and.^roloncl Henry \V. An?
derson, of Richmond, and Colonel R.
H. Berkeley, of Farmvllle. H was
lemarjved among the delegates that!
t!>is Is the first tlmo in the history of)
Virginia bankers that two ministers
have been on the toast list at the an?
Unless there is a l;lg change In the
sentiment of the delegates from that
expressed to-day, Thomas B. Mc
Adams, . ashler of the Merchants Na?
tional Rank, Richmond, will bo elect?
ed president for the doming year
without opposition, uc only namo
mentioned In connection with the Im?
portant position Is that of the Rich?
mond banker, and it was freely de?
clared that he will be chosen by ac?
clamation. Nomination of officers |
will take place to-morrow morning,
although the election will not take
place until Saturday.
There arc probably fifty women In
attendance upon the convention, and
naturally they are the recipients of
Raleigh. N. c.. .lune 20_At 7:30
o'clock last night. In the Church of th.
Good Shepherd. Mi>s Elizabeth Pied?
mont Skinner, daughter of R. S. Skin?
ner, became the ..tide of William 11.
Pace, a prominent young lawyer of
'his city. The church was thronged
with people, the marriage being of
very great social interest. Dr. I. MCW.
Pottinger, the rector, officiated. Mrs.
H. Jl. Dalton. sister of the bride, was
dame of honor, and .ino. H. Boushall
was '" St man. and Mini, Elisabeth Mus
sey, flower girl. The bride was given
away by her father. B. B. Skinner. The
ushers were .1 R.-ieh Skinner. Walters
Durham. K. \\". Ti'nberluke and Fran?
cis Cox. Mr. nnd Mrs pace have gone
lor it bridal trip.
WILL MEET NEXT
Merchants' Association Requires
Only Few Minutes to Elect
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Kalcigh, N. C, Juno 20.?The North
Carolina Merchants' Aesoclatlon ad?
journed this afternoon to meet next
year at Wrlghtsville Beach, Wilming?
ton, the selection of Wilmington hav?
ing been mado unanimous alter Asne
\illo hail withdrawn on the second baJ
lot in favor of "The City by the Sea."
Other places extending invitations
were Ashcvllle. New Bern, Salisbury.
Durham, Greensboro, Wadesboro, Fay
cttovllle and Morehcad City.
The election of officers required only
a few minutes, tfce recommendations
of the nominating committee being
? arrlcd unanimously. The new Officers
are: President, Joe Garibaldi, Char?
lotte; Vice-President, Kd. h. Munson,
Wilmington; Secretary, C. G. Creigli
ton, Charlotte; Treasurer. Samuel Uur
The convention spent the morning
discussing a great variety of matters
pertaining to the detail of mercantile
interests, much of which was Anally
embodied In a series of resolutions
adopted. One calls on the next legis?
lature to provide for thu appointment
of a special attorney or commissioner
tu look Into freight discrimination
matters, and report canes to the Gov?
ernor. This office was declared by
preamble to be made necessary by
the failure ot tho Corporation Commis?
sion to give effective attention to these
matters. Another provides that com?
plaint from tlie Ashevllle Association,
found to apply in all parts of the
Slate, that the express charges are ex?
cessive and in many instances glar?
ingly erroneous, be investigated speed?
ily. Another disapproves of the grow?
ing practice of manufactories and
jobbers opening retail stores au?l still
another provides for the appointment
oi a comn.lttee of three 10 have in
hand yet more vigorous tight against
freight rate discrimination*, and pre?
pare bills to be gotten throujyi the
next Dcgriilature for relief in this and
address BY Dil. GRASTY.
Feature of Commencement Exercises
ut Washington College.
[Special to Tho Times-Dispatch.]
Chestertown, Md.. June ;n.?The
commencement address at Washington
College was delivered this morning
before in audience that packed Wil?
liam Smith Hull to the ?loors by Dr.
J. S. Grasty, professor In the depart?
ment of geology at the University or
Virginia. Dr. Grasty's subject was
' The Relation of science to Industry.*'
At the conclusion or Iii? address
Professor Grasty rece ived, at the ha uns
of (-resident Cain, the honorary de?
gree of doctor of science.
President Cain conferred upon Itcv.
Frederick J. Kinsman, D. D, Bishop or
Delaware, the degree of doctor Of
This is the one hundred and thirtieth
??'-.ir at Washington College. In be
ginnlng his address, Dr. Grasty re
Ii.ihI to th'- long and distinguished
history of tho institution and to Its
th and great usefulness under
the admlnlstnallon of Its scholarly
president, Dr. .lames W, Cain.
IUk Shipments of Trucki
I fSpeciu) to The TImcs.-DISpatch.)
I Washington, .\\ <:., June 20.?Largo
I shipments <if truck and early vege?
tables are sllll being made from the
I local markets, in carload lots, and
jib price* are holellng up unusually
I well. There are.- uulte u number ol
buyers for Northern firms in the
? II and the good prices being paid
nie p-ovlng e>f .great hineilt to the
local farmers. Dr. i> T. Tay loo, one
ol oshlngiun's most proniicnt phy
S' 'ans, m :\r, also own severs! Hue
mirks farms, has already shipped close;
to 2,000 barrels or potatoes, and ex
peels lo ship about i'"? ine>re; befor<
':><? i \i,hf of tin- season Other rairu
tri are doing aejuafly as well,
Wht-nl Harvest Heseln*.
I (Special to The TlmeS'Dlspatch ]
j Am he ret, Vs., June 2d.?Wheat' har
i vesl in this section began In earnest
on Tuesday, bui, on account ?t the
r.itr. nsd to i?- sin gentled The crop
>h K?in? localities I? very K't.iS. Ceirn.
lobscea and other crops have ii-^n
Krcatly Improved b) lite rains, ttnr
dens ?r" looking well h'rre i* an
abundance <,r .'.iii, apples ?n tb?
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er?' Association, now In session nt Old Point. Hin e-icoMwn without opposition
Invites T. P. A.'s to Hold Next
Annual Session in Ala?
[Special to Tho Times-Dispatch.1
Peoria, 111., Juno 20.?The National
T. P. A. Convention, In session to-day.
Indorsed the revising of the bank?
ruptcy laws, approved tho excess boa
gage bill, passed resolutions opposing
tho parcels post, favor'ng 1-ccnt pos?
tage, and declaring In favor of chanc?
ing national and other election days
from Tuesday to Monday. The lea is
latlvo committee Introduced the reso?
lutions, which were tho subject of
stormy discussion. Thero was bitter
auack of tho j)!r^':w iiu:t and unani?
mous vote against it.
The Mobile Chamber of Commerce
and Mobile Post have Invited the T.
P, A.'s to Mobile for the annual hes
slon in l!?tt.
Yesterday 12,449 Ti> was raised for
the widows' and rphans' fund.
This was Illinois Day at the con
: ventlon, and a big picnic at Glen Oak
l ark and hydro-aeroplane flights took
! place In the afternoon.
Do VOl* know what the c:tv in asked
? TO OIVK AWAY in t.T- franchise whi--h
? It 1? a',lclt:[>U,1 to I'OHCK TilfMl'GH
TIME COMMON COUNCIL. TO-NlGltTV
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"I had ulcers and rheumatism for
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? Elk Hill, Va. "I couldn't find any
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i relief. I drifted along for months and
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have less pain. I am glad I found a
medicine that suits my case."
Mr. James Peterson of Ridge
Springs, S. (.'., writes: "Nothing did
me any good until I used B.B.B. I
had some sore places in my leg. And
' two bottles of B.B.B, did me more good
than twenty-nine dollars worth of
doctor's medicine. B.B.B, is the greatest
medicine 1 cvr used.''
We have hundreds of such
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they tried B.B.B, and were com?
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We have I ic must up-to-d.itc and at
tractive line of Icurlrv to be found any?
where You Mould call and let us show
you what pretty things we have in th?
Tin- Diamond Merchants.
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Jewelers ami Opticians,
Seventh and Main Strcots.
1 RELIABLE ACCOUNTS SOLICITED
BIG LOAN 10 CHINA
Bankers Representing Six Great
Nations Agree to Furnish
Paris, Juno 20.?Tho reorganization
of China has been made possible, by!
the completo understanding Teachcd
to-day by the bankers representing the
six great powers, tho United States,
i.rcat Urltaln. Germany. France, Hut- '
? la and Japan, to loan Chlnu JSuO.OOo.-.
Kusela to-day Joined the five other
powers In acquiescing In the agree?
ment, but stipulated a slight chaugo
Ii- tho original formula. This was ,
quickly accepted by nil the powers.
Including the United States.
Although the official statement given1
cut by the groups does not mention the
fact. It Is understood that Rutsla and
Japan specifically reserve the rlcht to
withdraw from participation in tho
loan nt any time, should they dee'de
that their special political Interests In
China have become Jeopardized.
Itussia und Japan tried to exact an
agreement that tile loan should not
be applied In any way likely to com-,
pronilso their Interests. The four Oth-1
01* powers refueed to agree to this, and
it is understood that dual agreement
was restricted to the financing of
: China, all political questions as such
I /.ein? left to the powers. The loan Is
to meet the urgent needs of China,
I auch as the disbanding of tin- troops,
the discharge of current obligations
and tho setting "p of the new admin
i Isti rttlon.
A I,FA I.FA (111! ORGAXI7.GD,
Principal Address to Farmer* .Made by
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.] |
Winchester, Vs.. June 20.?Th?
Frederick county Alfalfa Club, one of1
the largest In the state was formerllyl
organized to-day, and the principal ad?
dress whs made by Governor Mann.
Demonstrations and lectures were,
given by W. W. Long and T. I'. Sandy,
of tho Agricultural Department.
Governor Mann -congratulated the'
; farmers and fruit growers upon the!
I prosperous conditions of their farms
land orchards, many of which he in?
spected, accompanied by II. F. Byrd,
I 1 y whom the Governor was entertain?
Governor Mann left this evening for]
Oxford Defeats Henderson.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.1
Oxford. N. C. Juno 20.?Oxford de-i
fealen Henderson on the latter'Sj
grounds to-day. by the score of 7 to 1.1
The beautiful pitching of Meadows^
featured. In the fifth Inning ho re-|
licved I'erkerFOii. who hod walked two
men and had two balls on the batter.
Meadows fanned the following three
men. He allowed only one hit in the
remaining four innings.
Winston featured with tho stick, get-1
tic flvo clean hits, out of as many times
Batteries: For Oxford ?Pcrkei son.
Meadows and Winston. For Hender?
son?White. Flke nnd Turner. j
nPI'XlNG EXERCISES OF
VfltGI.MA SUMMER SCHOOL j
(Special to The Times-Dispatch.) 1
Charlottcsvllle, Vs., June 20.?The j
Summer School, of the University of |
Virginia was formally opened to- j
night. The exercises took place in
Cabell Hull, which was filled to Its.
capacity. Mayor K. O, Haden wel- 1
CLARKE?Died. June 20. 1912, at 1)
A. M.. THOMAS K KM PER CLARKE,
Infant son of Charles P. and the I
laic Mary M. Clarke, acid two
months and nine days.
"Suffer little children 10 come unto
Funeral from his father's resi
dence, 804 Wosi Marshall street.
THIS (Friday) AFTERNOON at ;i
o'clock. Interment In Oakwooil.
I BARTON?Died. Thursday. June 20,
1912, SAMUEL? B. BARTON, in the
eighty-sixth year of his age. Mr.
Barton is survived by a widow and
Funeral from the residence. S07
Meadow Street. FRIDAY. June 21, at
?t P. M. Interment Rlvervlow Ceme?
tery. Friends Invited.
SHAVER?Died, Thursday. June 20. at
Virginia Hospital. Miss FRANCES
SHAVER-, only daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. George S. Shaver, 1711 Second
Avenue, HiKhiund Park.
Funeral from N'orthslde p.aptlr.t
church SATURDAY AFTERNOON at
BUTZNER?Died. June 20. 1912, MRS.
MARY C. BUTZNER,
Funeral from "Ort Fast Leigh FRI?
DAY AFXLRNOOS. Ut i. o'clock.
The comfort of summer travel depends, of course, upon
the available accommodations, but there are many details
that add or detract. The most important of these details"
are your trunks. The conveniences of our various styles
make the journey as near perfect as possible.
We have an almost endless assortment of Trunks?
styles and sizes to meet every conceivable requirement,
and there is not a store in the city where you will find
better prices. The values we offer conform strictly to our
policy of "Highest Quality at Lowest Prices." Every
Trunk is from our own factory, and we guarantee the
quality to be the best.
We wish to direct attention to the
We picture below this Wardrobe Trunk, the conve?
nience of which you cannot realize unless you actually see
it. On one side a spacious compartment, in which the
apparel hangs the same as in your wardrobe at home.
The other side is fitted with six large drawers for the
smaller articles. An unusually roomy trunk, and strongly
built to withstand the carelessness of the baggage
Come to our Trunk Department to-day and inspect
our splendid assortment.
Cash or Credit
department *JUCfff?f lUflW
111.113-115 Wer* Rroad Street
comod the students on behalf of
Charlottesvlile ami the University
community, while Dr. Henry \V. Hat
tie, of the Ititrh Street Baptist Church,
extended greetings on behalf of the
clergy anO ehurclies of the city. These
addresses were responded to by Dr.
Kdwln Mlms, professor of Pnzllsh at
the University of North Carolina, and
by Dr. Scudder. members of the
faculty. A delightful musical progiam
\.as also rendered.
The students that have been p'our
Ing In by every tr?.ln. make :t cer?
tain that this year':. Summer School
will >nt the high-water mark In num?
bers, a few notches higher than any
thus far made.
Killed When Hnjtlne Overturns.
[Special to The Tlmes-Dis;>atrii.]
I.exltiKton. N. C. Juno 20.?While
driving a traction engirt? from Wins?
ton to Salisbury to-day, the engine
was overturned just south of here, and
le of the men. .lohn Karkey, ol Halls
bury was cauKht under it and Instant?
ly killed. His companion was sorlous
1" injured and will probably lose an
v. Hilm n. Cardosa.
William H. Cardoza died at the resi?
dence of his son. W. E. Cardoza. 113
South First Street, yesterday after?
noon at f, o'clock, in the ninety-first
ye*r or his age.
Mr. Cardoza was born In Powhatan
county, Vs., April 6. 1S22. nnd was
married to Harriet Han l?, of tho sa I i
CO.Uhty. She died about i Irhf'ti yean
a?ro. lie :. survived by three ?0111
\V. E. Cardoza. of Itlchmond; H. Thui ?
ton Car doxa; of New Vork, and 1 ? ??
Cardosa, of Rusaellv'lle, Kj
So far as known. Mr. Cardoza wni
the |a>t Confederate soldier who him
self had a pon In the war.
Funeral notice will b* announced
Funeral of It. Trtielienrt.
?Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.)
Amelia. Va.. June 20.? A lit je con?
course of citizens attended the burl ti
of it. Ttueheart. at the cemetery heri
on Sunday, 16. Mr. Trueheort had long
been an officer 'n this county, lilllha
a position on the school board n:.c
also the oflb e ot justice of the peaci
for rniin'- years. ' He was born at
Helms. In Powhatan county, December
?;7. 1234. His parents wer.- Charles
Scott and Mildred Race Truehoart.
lie leaves u willow, who wan M'sj
Cilbbs; two daughters, Mrj. Cogoill,
of Chesterfield; luid Miss l^ucy, of
Amelia; and live sons. Charles, oj
Kentucky; Jos. P... of Amelia. .1. !.;-.,
of Richmond; William, r.f Chester; '
Clyde, of Richmond.
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