ST. PATRICK'S ACADEMY
AWARDS SCHOOL HONORS
Tho forty-sixth annual commence?
ment of Saint Patrick's Academy took
placo yesterday morning at wjiloh
twelve graduates received honors and
diplomas. Tho auditorium was beau?
tifully decorated, und a large crowd
lejhowod unusual Interest In the ex
The honors of the graduating class,
academic course, a gold medal and
diploma, wero eonferred upon Miss
Alleen Marie Lord, Miss Nell Veronica
Knrlght and Miss Ann Leftwich Tay?
The honors of the graduating class,
commercial course, diplomas wero con?
fer cd upon Miss Alleen Mario lx>rd.
Miss Nell Veronica Knrlght. Miss
Ann LeftW'ch Taylor. Miss Emily
<; ude Gentry, Miss Clara Louise
Taylor. Miss .Susie Madison Puller,
Miss Jessie May Wilson. Miss Marion
Hubert Olphln, Miss Blanche Olivia
A very, MUb Clarice May Bayllss, Mist
Oertrude Lucille Epps, Miss Margaret
Teresa Wright. Miss Kathryn Mary
A Senior (Mass?A gold medal was
conferred on Miss Margaret Disney
for tho successful completion of this
ii Senior Class?Miss Mary Bagley
and Miss Tnnlo McDonough having
equally merited the honors of this
class each received a silver medal for
C Senior Class?Miss Fanny Gold?
smith and Miss Louise Garrett hav?
ing equally mer'tod the honors of
this lass each received a silver
in dul for scholarship.
Sixth Grade?A silver medal for
scholarship was awarded to Miss
Music Department?A gold medal
end diploma were awarded to Miss
Aileep Lord and Miss Rita Neagle for
having completed the advanced course
Intermediate Course?For complet?
ing th's course, sliver medals were j
awarded to Miss Nell Veronica En- ?
right. Miss Nellie Lord. Miss Louise'
Primary Course ? For <-otnpletlng
this course, silver medals were award?
ed to Miss Marguerite Bagley. Miss
Lillian Blankenshlp, Miss Marie
Child ress. M?ss Mary Solsrl.
Gold me .1 donated by the Ivtdles* ',
A ixlllary, A. O. H-. Richmond division
for the highest average attained In
Irish history was awarded to Miss
Alleen Mari.- Lord.
Kuli <>r Honor.
Givduatlng Class?Miss Alleen
Marie Lord, M'aa Nell Veronica En
Mght. Miss Annie LeftwJch Taylor.
A Senior rUss ?Miss Margaret Dis?
I? Senior Class?Miss Mary Baaley. ,
Mt?s Annie McD?nough, Miss Kath-i
erine Kelly. Miss Mary Moore. Miss i
Annie li'lem'ng, !
'? Senior Class ? Miss Fanny Gold- j
smith. Miss LoulSe Garrett. Miss Marie I
' itrell, Miss Marie McKinley. Miss!
Rose Fletcher, Miss Helen O'Connor.!
Miss Marguerite Bagley. Miss Bessie |
Gill, Miss Genevlre Disney, MIshI
Tbelms Bagby. i
Sarah Boyle. Miss Katherlne Ross. Miss I
Kita Robinson, Miss Mary Pagan, Miss \
Harsh Boyle. Miss Katherlne Ross. Miss ;
Lillian Blankenshlp. Miss Louise .
Jones. Miss Laul'e Hlrschberg, Miss '
Katherlne Bowen. Mary Mosha.
Fifth grade?Miss Loutse Bicker
naff. Miss Mary Solarl, Mise Katie
ftanyo'ur, Miss Margaret McClellan.
Miss Yvonne Wolley, Miss Teresa
W 'lsh. Miss Celeste Rahen. Miss Louise
Bayllss. Miss Murie llelfert. Miss ?
Kalle Enos; ?
Fourth grade?Miss Margaret Ca- !
vido. Miss Nellie Lord. Miss Madelin- I
MeJM.n, Miss Regina Bagley. Miss
Margaret Rcddin, Miss Teresa M^Kin
I- . Miss Clara Ross, Miss Kathleen
Bailey, Miss Anna Raffo, Miss Mary)
Craven, Margaret McKinley, Gertrade
Golden, Miss Annle Hubbsrd. M'ss I
Helen Miles. Miss Irma Carroll. Miss I
Mabel Miles. Miss Irene Irvln. Miss
Margaret Morano, Miss Agnes Sulli?
van. Miss Alice Sullivan, Miss Elisa
Third grade and sertlon?Miss Teresa
Fletcher, Miss Katherlne Bucker, Miss
Agnes Halloran, Mi^s Mary Moran,
Miss May Baheit. Miss Madeline
Chandler, Miss Virginia Metzger. Miss
Kloretice Davis, Miss Mary Bagley.
Miss Elizabeth Tolker, Miss Addle
l ircell, Miss Louise Warren, Miss Edna
CavedO, Miss Jenette Shelly, Miss
Mary Francis. Miss Kathleen Burley.
Miss Nannie Horner. Miss Julia Mosha,
Miss Annle Colleran, Miss Ellen Bag
1- . Miss Minnie Berker. Miss Louise
Muller, Miss Elizabeth Rialkowskl.
Miss Florence Cavedo. Miss Jul'a Cur
i -. Miss Frances Donatt; Miss Louise
Kennedy, Miss Florence Curren. Miss
Margaret Solarl, Miss Nell'e McClellen,
M'.ss Nettie- Jordan. Miss Mary Forris- 1
tall. Miss Josephine Landrum.
Second grade?Regina Bowen. Agnes
Bailey, Rose Baady, Eugenia Disney,
Annle Bagley. Emily Davis. Kola Wool
ley, Louise Donatl, Leona Bozzelll,
Christina August. Rose Francis, Selms
First grade?Minnie Lee B'.anken
c nship, Teresa Blalkowskt, Annle Slew
? rs, Bertha Sanyour, Dennis Loterzo,
Marga'et Branch. Minnie Raffo. Fran?
cis Lucas. Minnie Collern, Alice Mc
f-lellan, Louise Jansens, Teresa Mc
Qualde. Janle Golden. Louise Wood
son, Ruth Harris, Clara Guedry.
Primary?Eveline Burley, * Jennie
f-aady. Josephine Michcllni. Norma
Curtis, Lentils Barrat, Margaret Jan?
sens, Mary Thomas, Mildred Buokar.
Dorothy If boll, noes Abraham. Ethel i
The following; pupils are entitled to
honorable mention for not losing a day
during the school year: Miss Mary
Rosalie Bagley. Miss Louise Garrott.
Miss Fanny Goldsmith. Miss Nellie
Lord, Mies Margaret Cavodo, Miss
Minnie Leo BlankenBhlp.
WINNERS QUALIFY i
FOR FINAL ROUND
Bundy Defeats Winston, and
Whitehead Takes Match
Norfolk. Va., Juno 20.?Two distinct !
surprises developed In the semi-final
round of the men's singles In tho play
of the Virginia tennis tournament this
afternoon, not so much In that two
players went down, but In the easo !
with which tho winners qualified for j
the final round. James Homer Win?
ston, of Chicago, twice champion of I
Virginia, was defeated In Btratght
Sets by Nat Uundy. of Norfolk. While
Winston was far from being In his
usual form, due to lack of practice.
Buridy played one of the cleverest and j
fastest games ever seen on a local
court. He took both sets by the score
Walter II. Taylor. Jr.. was expected |
to push Hugh G. Whitehead hard In j
their match In the same round, as
Taylor had not lost a match to Whlte
hend this season. But Whitehead. who
held tho Virginia singles title In 100S
find 1909, came, through easily, losing
only two of the fourteen games con- ;
Btitutlng the two sets. He won both j
by the score of 0-1.
Mrs. J. Saunders Taylor, former ;
champion In the women's singles, won I
the right to challenge Mrs Walling- |
ton Hardy, tho title holder, -who de- |
feated her last year Mrs. Taylor took j
two straight sets from Miss Portia !
Baldwin, of Berryvllle. the score being
0-2 and 6-3.
The semi-final rounds In the doubles
v. ore played, and resulted in the de?
feat of the only visiting players sur?
viving so far. Major Cole and Captain
Masteller, of Portress Monroe, who
lost after three hard sets to M. A.
Agelasto and Charles Tunstall. of
The army officers took the f.rst set
after their opponents had forced It to
druce. winning 7-5. The local pair
captured the second and third sets,
both by the score of 0-1.
The hardest fought match In the
doubles was between Charles Mcln
tfsh and N.it Bundy against W. IL 1
Taylor. Jr.. and Richard Tunstall. Mc-j
lntosh and Bundy won nfter three ex-J
riling and seesaw sots, winning the.
first and third. To-morrow Mclntoshl
and Hunly will play Agelasto and |
Tunstall, the winner to challenge'
Whitehead and Winston, the present;
cup holders. |
Summary: Men's singles, semi-final1
round?Nat Bundy defeated J. H. Wins?
ton, C-3, 6-3; H. G. Whitehead defeated
W. H Taylor, Jr. 0-1. 6-1.
Men's doubles, semi-final rounds?M.
A. Agelasto and Charles Tunetall de?
feated Major Cole and Captain Msstel
ler, 5-7, 0-4. 6-4; Charles F. Mclntosh
and Nat Bundy defeate.l W. H. Tay-,
lor, Jr., and Richard Tunstall. 6-t, 3-6.
l-adie.? singles, final round?Mrs. J. ?
So Inders Taylor defeat.-d Miss Portia
Baldwin. 6-2. 6-3.
Mixed doubles, first round?H. G.
Whitehead and Mrs. Walllngton Hardy
defeated Mr. nnd Mr3. J. 5-aunders
Taylor. 6-3. 6-4: Miss Portia Baldwin
nnd T. I. K'elker defeated Miss Maria
Tucker and R. 1? Dohle. 0-1. 6-'J;
Miss D. Colston and M. A. Agelasto de?
feated Miss Dorothy Walke and Charles
Tunstall, 6-3. 0-7.
Consolation singles, first round?R.
I.. Dohle defeated Ruf US Parks. 0-3.
o-l: T. L. Kelker defeated W. H. J.
Taylor, 6-0. 6-0.
Qualification* In Cham-err.
Jamss B. and Ike W. Francis qua:ifi>d la'
the Cheacery Court yesterday as executma
of in* estate of Mrs Bliss Seth .\. Francis.
The estat? is valued at (11,000.
.ToK-ph fi. Btewart, Jr.. qualifl-d as admin?
istrator of th? JJ.sCO rstita left by Joseph
Laborer I? Killed.
Frederloksburg, Vs.. June 20.?Gun
Trornas. laborer, was struck by a fall?
ing boom and killed while working for
the Fredericksburg Power Company
here Thursday. Thomas was from
Th? Council Committee on Grounds nr.d
Buildings re-elected the prearnt list of park
k?rp?ra and Sul.dlng- custodians last night.
Various Improvements in tho parka were
voted, tho principal work being the mac?
adamizing of the roadways in Cblmborase
1'ark at a coat of $500.
The Suhcommltteo on Playgrounds report?
ed tho opening of the city recreation grounds
on Jutif IT, to bo operated for a term of
three months. The report showed an esti?
mated outlay of $l,78S for the running ex?
penses of tli? playgrounds.
afarried la Washington.
' A marrlog? llcenso was l6sued In Wash?
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Commencement Exercises I leid
in Jackson Memorial
DIPLOMAS FOR GRADUATES
Promotions and Appointments in
Battalion of ( add.-* Arc
(Special to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.] I
D-xington, Va., Juno 20.?Tho last
day of the session 1911-1912 has
passed. The same feeling of joy mixed
with Hurrow piryadod the turloughoa
corps, as well its the visitors.
Afw.r all the equipment of the com?
panies was turned In, there was a short
interval before ?Im beginning of the ,
Una! exercises. Yells were given by
tho separate co/npanlcs for their oln
cers of the past year, and th<; feeling
of sc-rrow increased.
At 11 o'clock promptly the corps was |
formed and msrche i to the Jackson
Memorial Hall The hall was crowded >
to tt.s utmost capa Ity, both standing
room and sitting r< -n being packed.
On th-o stage was a large gsaherrng. |
Th<s exercises were opened by a
prayer, and Captain Kdw.vtJs, adju?
tant, thsHi read the distinctions for the
year. Music by the v. M. 1. band fol?
John Stevenson, of Kentucky, then
delivered a strong valedictory address,
which touched deeply the feelings of
General Nichols delivered the diplo?
mas and degrees to tiie graduating
I.Ist of (irnduates.
I'pon recommendst <~n of the aca?
demic board, the following na.m'd
menhers of the Hrst class were de?
clared by tiie boar?i of visitors grad
uatos of the Virginia Military Institute
in the orde- of 'their names:
C. C. .Randolph, Virginia; A. F. Kibler.
Virginia: C. G. Mill. r. Virginia; IL P.
Boykin, Virginia: M. Goodman, Vir?
ginia: W. H. Edwards. Virginia; H. B.
Ileardon. Virginia A 11 Mals-berger.
Maryland; K. S. Purdle, Virginia; P. A
Merlan. New Tcurk; 13. C. Outten, "Vir?
ginia.. a. m. Smith. Alabama; W. need.
Virginia: 1* T. Gayle. \1rgin4a; II.
Tem-pleton. Texas: F. C. Wilson. Ala?
bama : W. m. Amerine. Alaoama; F. a.
! Grov?. Virginia: D. Drennen, Alabama;
! A. Ii. Brown. M'ssourl: G. a. .?(?cor.
I Georgia: R. M. I/ong. Ohio; 1. Keith,
Virginia: R. K. ShOtWeH. Virginia; J.
I? Ewing, fjc/utslana; i N. DaJtoq; I
North Carolina; F. V, Brown. Tennes?
see; W. H. MoCormlck, Maryland; S.
I.. Howard. District of Columbia; D. G.
Mr rrlssett. Virginia: W. Parker. Vir?
ginia; J. Stevenson. Ohio; 1? s. Julian,
j Florida: H. W. Harris. Virginia. E. V.
SmMih, Kansas: a. 11 Christian, Vir?
ginia; C, W. Blomquist, Mississippi:
T. F. Witt, Virginia; P.. P. Carson. Ok
I la'homa; B. J. ThrockmOTton, Virginia;
I W. C. Welsh. Virginia: E. DuP. Gelzor,
Virginia; P. I* Kane, Virginia: F. W.
Distinguished graduates?C. C. Ran-'
dolph, Virginia; a. F. Klbler. Virginia:
C. G. Miller. Virginia: H. P. Boykin,
Virginia: M. Goodman, Virginia; W.
II. Edwards, Virginia.
I'pon the recommendation of the
academic hoard, the hoard of visitor?
conferred the following degrees:
Bachelor of science?To the fol?
lowing members of the first class?C.j
C. Randolph, engineering course: a. F. i
Klbler, engineering course; C. O. Mil-;
1CV, eiectrlcal course; H. P. Boykin.
engineering course: M Goodman, elec-,
trlcal course; W. H. Kdwards. chcml- \
cal course; H. B. Rcardon. electrical
course; a. 11. Malsbcrger, electrical
The first Jackson-Hopo medal wbf
awarded to Cadet C. C. Randolph, of
Virginia, 'and the second .vJ-ckson- !
Hope medal was awarded to a. F. ;
The French medal for highest pro
fficioncy in pure mathematics was |
j awarded to Cadet J. G. Allen, New 1
T he following ex-cadets were de- '
cinred by the board of visitors gradu- I
ates of the Virginia Military insti?
tute: Otto E. Schultz, T-ixas-:, class1
190S; .1. Richard Wingfleld, Albemnrle
county, Va., class 1864.
A benediction elosen the exercises. |
I The corps was formed on the parade
ground, and the appointments for of
I lices next yeur were read by the com- |
mandant, i olonel S. R. Gleans. Then
the battalion was called to parade
rest and Ould I^ang Syne was played 1
The battalion was callol to attention,
and the word "dismissed" set tile crops]
nt liberty for two months.
Promotions nnd Appointments. ,
l-'pon the recommendation of the '
I cominandiint of cadets the> following'
I promotions and appointments wore |
made in the i'attalion of cadets: I
To be Captains?1. C. E. Moore, 2.1
b. H. Hardaway, 3. H. T. Bryan, I.1
W. b. bowks. 5. m. H. Kingman, t;.'
1.. L. Kerch.
To bo Adjutant?D. M. Waddey.
To be Quartermaster?a. a. Owen. ]
To be first lieutenants?J. K. An- |
derson, M. <;. Patterson, H. a. Mur
rill, .). D. Ewing, C. Christian, 1.. s.
To be second Beuten: .its?II. S
I Jackson, W. A. Richards, 15. B. Stroud, ]
) H. R. llordern, D. l. Coulbourn, C.
To. be llrst sergeants?R. Pit Voucll. '
W. T. Clement. b. b. Clarkson, W, c. j
Brown, 11. .1. Rice, H. P. SewcU.
To be sergeant-major?i,. Nash.
To be sergeants?E. 1'. Conquest, T. I
M. Yancey. \V. 8. Campbell, 3. C. '
Smith, G. B. Hushnell, W. Marshall.
I K. D. Scott, W. It Royall, lt. .1 How?
ard, w. a. Kinross, b. F. Dawes, II.
IS. C'oburn, G. S Riser. E. II. Nichols,
T. S. Adams. .1 M Button, W. R. Dee-,
ble. S. D l.owry.
To be corporals?C. c Clarkson, T.
Hathaway, G. Watt, H. B. |Tyroe, I'. It.
Cammer. W. H. Humphreys. .1. Taylor,.
G. a. Goodyear, H. C. Stuart, 11. K. j
Wysor, a. J. Kountrco, P. a. Schmitt, J.
VV. Bain. a. G. Campbell. J. II. Haw-'
kins. C. C. Vaughan. C. H. Carson, F. S
Hock. O. H. West. B. L, Randolph, C.
T. Holtzman. R. C. Key, E. C. Jonn'ngS.j
[C. F. Cross, A. Rembcrt, R. F. Woltorf,
R, F. Garlng. J. E. Davis, R B. Masoif,
These cadet officers and nnneommls
I sloned officers were ordered to report
j for duty Monday, Se.ptemher 2. 1913, to
assist In organizing and drilling now
cadets, and furlough was granted to |
all other cadets until Thursday. Sep- j
tember 6. New cadets are reouirod to
report for duty on September 2, i3l2.
At Greensboro: Greensboro, 2; An?
At Spartanburg; Rpartanburg. 5;
I Winston-Saiem, 1.
At Greenville; areenvllle, 3: Char
TO THE PUBLIC
Upon the Subject of "Railroading" a Franchise
Charges are made In yesterday's editions of "The Ttmes-Dlspatch" and "Journal" that an effort la
being made by this Company to "railroad" its franchise through the Council.
WHAT ARE THE FACTS?
This franchise has been before tho Council for eight months. U has been considered at length by.
a Subcommittee of the Committee on Streets, and a draft of an ordinance mad-> by the City Attorney, In
accoiuance with the Subcommittee's Instructions, presented to the full Committee.
The Committee on Streets again went into the matter, hearing argument of counsel and the state?
ment of an expert |n opposition.
That Committee then, by ? vote of 12 to Z, expressed Its satisfaction with the ordinance as drawn.
Mueh is made of the City Attorney's opinion that the ordinance would mean litigation, /
WHY NOT HE FAIR?
Th.- City Attorney's objection was chiefly to subsection 2 of section 8. This was removed by the
adoption by the Committee of a substitute therefor, prepared by the City Attorney, without, objection upon
the part of this Company.
That official's ?plnlon wns that a "blanket" franchise, such as the ono In question, is valid and that
its provisions can be enforced.
The "Journal'' says "Amendments and substitutes have been suggested by the City Attorney and
others. These are yet to be passed upon." ,
WHY NOT RE ACCURATE?
Not a single amendment has been suggested by any one that has not been carefully considered by
the Committee, and every one suggested by the City Mtorney naa ndopted.
It Is charged that this Company Is trying to secure the final passage of this ordinance bofore-Sep
tember 1st. This Is true.
It Is also charce.i that the Councilmen who signed the call for a special meeting are actuated
by a desire to "railroad" the matter through before going out of office. ThlB Is unjust and unwarranted.
These gentlemen signed the call, at our request, without regard to their attitude towards the fron
Eight of the twelve members of the Committee on Streets, who voted -for the franchise, wflTJJ?
members of the new Council, and two of the others are candidates before the people for tha Admlrdatorattv?
Board. ( i
If this franchise Is to be acted upon, it is necessary that there should be no further delsry.
The Constitution provides that, after this ordinance shall have been passed by each brsmeh oitthe
Council and signed by the Mayor, it shall lie advertised for four weeks. Then it comes back to ?'the
Common Council, Is referred to a committee, voted upon again by each branch of the CounolL and again
signed by tho Mayor. Unless all of this shall have been comploted by September let, the frar.-hlse will
he dead?a year's work ?wasted, and a now light begun before the new Council.
Delay, then, -will kill this franchise as effectively as votes. Hence tbe-cry agt?n8t?'TlaIl^t^e^t^Iig.',
WHY SHOULD THEME BE FURTHER DEEAT? ~V ,
The franchise has been before the Committee on Streets for eight months. r 1
It has been amended at the suggestion of the City Attorney. 1
It iias been recommended by an overwhelming majority of the Commltteo.
It has been given publicity by "Service Talks," by experts and by newspaper editorials.
It Is printed, and a copy Is in the hands of every Councilman.
Twenty-two hundred business firms of the city and representatives of 1,000 working men-have.-as kad
for Its passage.
A moss-meeting of citizens of the East End has unanimously Indorsed tha proposition. ,e-nfl ***
believe SO per cent, of the entire population, not interested In the rival Company, agree with; them.
The "Journal'' says that this Company has wanted to sell out to Its rival and "that tho oldr Company,
refused to pay the price demanded." This Is unqualifiedly fnlae.
This denial has been made upon every occasion, nnd In the presonoe of officials of the Virginia Rail?
way and Power Company, In the hearing before the Committee on Streets. Furthermore, wo have stated
In the same presence that at least two offers were mad.- to buy by the pe-rtle? at the respective times In
control of the obi lines, and that each lime the, offer was refused, without any counter proposition being
made. AMI THESE STATEMENTS HAVE NEVER BEEN CHALLENGED. ,
IS IT HONEST. THEN, TO REPEAT SUCH BASE AND BASEERKS RUMORS?
Read the following section of the proposed ordmanco and see If anything bo needed to protect the
City's Interest. Subsection 2 was prepared by the City Attorney and nccepted by us without protest.
'I hen consider that the Virginia Railway and Power Company is under no obligation to sell electric eur
rerit to any one t :i a greater extent than 2.000 K. W. It can dictate Its own terms, and requires you, if you
wish light, to build Its line for It, if you happen to live a few feet away.
EXTRACT FROM PROPOSED FRANCHISE.
S. The privileges hereby granted are also given subject to the following conditions:
1. That the said .the grantee herein, will, within two months from the final
approval of this ordinance, file with the Committee on Streets an application for tho route that It desires
to cover with its distribution plant, which route tue Committee on Streets may alter, enlarge or diminish
as it shall see (it. The distribution system within such route shall be begun within three months, and com?
pleted within twelve months, after final nction by the Committee on Streets.
2. The grantee hereof expressly assumes the duty and burden of selling electrio current for any
purpose to even" Inhabitant of the City of Richmond applying for tho same, and in consideration ,of the
consent hereby given tc the use and occupancy of all of the streets and alleys of tho City of Richmond
for that purpose, and as a condition thereof, expressly contracts and agroos that the Council of the City;
of Richmond shall have power at any time, and from time to time, to prescribe routes covering any por?
tion of the territory of the said city, and extending through any of the said streets and alleys, and to
require the said grantee to construct tho necessary distribution system and erect the
necessary poles, wires, conduits and other fixtures. and to sell and deliver electrio
current to any person within said territory applying therefor. notwithstanding It may
be true that a compliance with such requirement may not be profitable and will result In a pecuniary loss
ta the said grantee. It being the intention of this provision to clothe the said Council with absolute power
to require the said grantee to sell and deliver electric, current In any and all sections of the City of
Richmond, and the construction of the distribution system necessary therefore, whenever and to whatf
ever extent the -said Council shall deem reasonable and necessary, and notwithstanding the territory so
ordered to be covered and the distribution system so required to be constructed may bn unremuneratlve
and result In pecuniary loss to the said grantee. The said grantee shall begin construotlon of any such dis?
tribution system within three (3) months and complete the same within six months from the date of
any such requirement, and shall sell and deliver electric current to any person applying therefor within
the territory so ordered to hP served by the said grantee at rates which shall not exceed a greater
sum than 1" cents per thousand watt hours, except that there may be a net minimum monthly charge
of one dollar. I
For any failure or refusal lo comply with the terms of this provision, or with any requirement made
thereunder, tile said grantee shall. Ipso facto, forle't nil rights and privileges to use and ocoupy any street
or alley within the said city, under the provisions of this ordinance, and said rights and privileges shall
thereupon cease and determine as if by limitation, without further action on the part of the City of Rich?
n. That the said . shall, within twelve (12) months from the final approval of
this ordinance, have Installed machinery for the generation of electric current for commercial light and
power purposes, exclusive of street railway requirements, of at least 5,000 K. W. rated capacity.
Richmond & Henrico Railway Co
News of South Richmond]
Pouth Richmond Bureau.
I0M Hut! Street.
Phone Madison 11
By the Installation of two new alarm
boxes and S flashlight the Third District t
Will a. come one of the best equipped In the
city. The new light will he erected ut the I
corner of Twelfth and Hull Ktrrotr. and Will
not only he In the centre, but will be on '
the hlgheal point ..f the Southsldc. At night
" hen nn oaicer N needed a light will be j
flnahed. In the daytime a gom win be rung.
The new boxes are being placed at Cower*
iin Avenue nnd jiuii Street and at Seventh
nnd Perry Street?.
Three Days In Court.
C. L. F.mory Is now a tlrm believer in the
mystic rule of three. II? appeared \ester
dsy nnd the preceding day In the Polle?
<-owrt. Part J. first as a defendant and then
at complainant in a cross-warrant "cussing"
affair, a ltd now he must appear In the same
i earl Dil" morning to answer to a charge
of disorderly conduct.
F.mory owes his latest misfortune to good
natures In attempting to h?ln a friend he
became involved in a family quarrel, ami j
With the guilty parties. Annie and William
Pleasant*, colored, wns arrested by Captain j
The quick, sure relief for all atomach
distress after anting. Prevents indi?
gestion If taken right after meals. Ask
your druggist. Large bottle, 38?, .
A. S. Wilght. All Will be given a hrarir.g
Purchases Victoria Theatre,
it C Eiroaddua yesterday by purchase bo?
na me ilia owner of tho building knnun und
operated as the Victoria Theatre, which he
acquired from David l>i>vis for the sum of
110.000, The building la conti rue ted of brick
and baa frontage of foity faet on Hull
Street between Thirteenth nnd Fourteenth.]
.Mr. Uronddug by iMk d,ni becomes the own?
er of bulb motion-picture theatre buildings
in the Kouthtlde.
Frightened at a passing car. a horse driven
by, Mrs John Robinson, of oak Orove, last
nitthi became unmanageable and overturned
the carriage at Cowurdln Avenue an<l Hull
Streets. Mrs UoMnson and a small child
were thrown to th* groan,I. Or. Lawrence
Ingram was summoned and found after an
? snminntlon that neither w.?? seriously In?
jured, glloth received several bad bruises
In Police Court.
Albert Paundrrs. colored, fifty yrars old.
wag yesterdsy in the police Court, Part .'.
ordered l>> pay 13.SO a week lowardg tlie sup?
port of his wife.
tJlllan Austin, colored, charged with
stealing n baakel of riot hog from TV. T.
Smith, was granted a continuance until this
'Andrew Sheffield, .-harcrd with rurtlng
nnd abusing Addle Emory, was dismissed,
as were H. 1*. I?al'rnde and Annie Pleasant*, j
charged In croas-w?rrant? with the same
Personal nnd General.
The regular monthly meeting ot the .?south
Itlthmond Democratic Club will be hold to
night at l.nl.-tyette Hail.
Fireman 1-. A. Cot torn Will leave this
morning on 11 ten-days'- furlough'. W, 13.
Smith will return to duty this morning.
Rev. B. K. Osgood. Of Rrook Jt 111. Will
conduct the morning service to-morrow .\
the Mead* Memorial Episcopal Church.
Mies Kunlre Watklns. who recently gad
uattd from the fiiato Normal School at
fFarmvlII?. hat returned home.
Miss Ethel "Wheeler, of Nelson county. Is
the sues*, of Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Forreiter.
Mr.?. P, i". Woodson and son, Thomas, of
''rewe. are visiting- .Mr. and Mra. It. H. Wln
Bfelvin Taylor, who 'eft last week for Phil?
adelphia, returned home yesterday.
Allied Strolld tins left for a trip to atv
cral of the Southern .-t?te?.
Male Orphan Asylant Finals.
The Male Orphan Asylum will hold Ita
commencement exercise, this afternoon at I
o'clock, Mi- tiii'. has arranged an attrac?
tive program. N'"l there will he many ape
i mi features to entertain the boy? and th?
Is the olty of Richmond In the hah It
of giving away franchises blindfold?
The electric light and power franchise
sought to he Jammed t hrough the Com
tnon Co?jp I TO-NTOHT has never'
?been put. Ished. and >TKVF,R TTTT
RKKN* ItKAD BEFORE TKK COVTSCIU
Desire two large or three small con?
ned inn rooms with convenient privat?*
toilet (private entrance preferred),' east
of Laurel, weal of Seventh, between
Broad and Main. Not over $400.00 rent.
Address A. M. LYON, Prestdamt, 213
South Ninth Street.
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