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HIGH LIVING COST
NOT OHE TO TARIF
(Continued From first Fuge.)
?r# nn Inspiration to tho party he hon?
It expresses Itr. belief In "our solfr
eon' rolled, representative democracy. In
Which order is the prerequisite of pro?
Ready )n Solw Problem*.
??The Republican party," it says, "ia
prepared l? K" forward with the solu?
tion of those new questions which so?
cial, economic and political develop
i enta have brought Into tlto foretroue
, th< nation's interest. It will strive
to enact the necessary legislation to
safeguard the publk health, 10 limit
, ??? i lively the. labor of women and chil?
dren, to protect wage-earners engaged
trt dangerous occupations, to enact j
comprehensive and generous workmen's
compensation laws, in place of tho
present wasteful and unjust system of!
employers' liability, and in ?11 posalblo |
ways to satisfy the Just dcmiinla ?.-f.
the people for tho study and solution
ef the complex and Constantly chang?
ing problems of .?social welfare.
"in dealing with these questions."
Fi'.- the platform, "it is important that
the rights of evory individual t<? the
free? possible dovelopmcnt of lw.s own
I'p'.vc: s and resources and to lite con-'
trol of his own justly acquired prop?
erty, as far h? those are compatible
with the richtr, of others, shall not bd
Interfered ?Ith or destroyed."
The minority and Integrity of tm*
com ts. both State and Federal, must
be upheld, the njntforni aids, hut U de?
clares In favor ef "legislation to pre?
vent long delays and the tedious and
costly appeal Which have so often
amounted to a denial of justice In civil
rases nnd to a failure to protect tho
public nt larRe in criminal cases."
It declares tho recall of Judges "un?
necessary nnd unwise," yet favors "stich
union as may be neeessary to simplify
tlie process by winch any Judge who "Is
l"iind to be der,diet In his duty may
be removed from office."
!t favors the peaceful settlement of
International disputes and the reference
of controversies hctwc.cn nations to an j
International court of Justice.
"Tlie Republican party Is oppose 1 to '
special privilege and monopoly," sayaj
the platform, pointing to the enact- i
uient of the Interstate commerce act
and of the antitrust act. It favors the
"enactment of legislation supplemen?
tary t-> the exlsttiiR antitrust act which
will define as criminal offenses those
spe.-iflo ne;s that uniformly mark at?
tempts to rest In monopolies."
' Pome of the ex'siincr Import duties."
It continues, "are too high and should
be reduced. To accomplish this cor-I
T<'-t information Is indispensable. Tnis J
Information can best be obtained by
nn expert commission. R3 the lame,
volume of useful facts contained In
the recent reports of the Ttrlff Hoard
\s to the hlgii eost of living, the
?platform declares that the Party will
support a "prompt scientific Inquiry
Into the causes wl. h are operative,
both In tho Tniten States and else?
where, to Increase the cost of living. I
"and that when these fact's are known
the necessary steps w'U be taken to :
redae-. high plrres."
The platform declares for the pro- '
gresslve development ??" our banking!
and currency system."
"It Is of great Importance,'* It con- j
tlnuov "tn the social ?nn economic '
welfare of this country that its farm?
ers ? have facilities for borrowing
easily and cheaply the money they
need to Increase the proouctlvlty of
their land. It In H? Important that
financial machinery lft j>rov'ded t.o
Supply the demand of jarmers for
credit as It Is that the banking nnd
currency systems he reformed In the
Interest of general business. There?
fore, we recommend tho pa ?an go of
State p.nd Federal laws for the es?
tablishment and capable supervision
of organizations, having for tlielr pur?
pose tlie loaning of funds to farmers.
On rnmpnlffn Funds.
'1 ne platform would "prohibit cor?
porations from contributing' to cam?
paign funds; favors a continuance of
tho present eonsersatlon policy and
the establishment of a parcels post:
approves the action of President Taft
and of Congress In abrogating the
treaty with Russia.
It declares for the maintenance of
on ad^'iunte navy, for a strong Ameri?
can merchant marine, for a liberal
and systematic policy for the Im- j
provemctll of rivers and harbors: for
a IP-oral Federal contribution to thej
work of preventing further floods i
along the Mississippi, and for a con- I
tlnuance of tb>- reclamation pol'cy. It
favors developing Alaska's resources]
and the leasing of tlie i o.il lands there j
"on such !? rr.is as win provide for the
navj and the commerce of the coun
! Laws to prevent the constantly
crowing evil of Induced and tinde
js'rable Immigration which is Inimical j
to th" progress end welfare of the]
I United States are recommended.
Among Republican accomplishments]
,mentioned are the Panama Canal, th?
Bureau Of Mines, postal ?m ini;s banks
I and the effort to secure groat
economy and Increased efficiency in !
the conduct of government bus'ness. I
At the Hotels
'ihr Jefferson?Samuel Gulsberg.
New York; \V. E. gsa\. city; Robert
\V. Daniel, Philadelphia': T. I-;. Waters
Cincinnati, u-, J. M. Williams, King's
.Mountain. N. C : l.ee Rcllllleimcr :.nd
wife, city; M. M. Syclc, Philadelphia,
?. II. MeCloy. Neu Volk; H. C. Card
Well, .New Orleans; P. .1. Romadku
Milwaukee; J. c. McDowell, Atlanta,
Ha.; Mr. and Mrs. Harllctt, Miss Scui.
J. II. Weaver. E. p. Heard, Newport
?<ws, \a.; Mrs. b. II. Clark?, M'ss
? uthcrlne Clarke, Owcusboro, Kv ?
Prank P. Hart, Elmlrn, N. v.. i\ \V
C. Webb. Vienna, Md.; Mrs. .Ino. Land
street and child, city; Mr. and Mrs
?ino. D. Wcstbrook, Norfolk, Va.; Goo.
m. Guild, Chattanooga, Tcnn.; Mrs. C.
S, Preston, Macon, H.t ? K. it. Marrlnei
and wife, city; i:o,.t. it. Wood, Kills
William county, Va.; Kreil U. Boyco.
Jr., Baltimore, Md.; Miss Mary Lee M
llson, Pulnski, Va . i;. c. Burnett, Erie,
'a.; D. J, McCarthy. Boston; Mr. and
uMrs. C v. S'ms, Jr., Charlottesvllle,
Na.; Taylor Burke; Alexandria. Va.,
It.-P. i lenient and wife, /.drian. M'eli...
J. R. Seal, Charleston, W. Va.: Bdw. I
I. Levy. Chas. w. Miles, n.-w Vork.
Iti.-hiimiitt?|>r. J. Fi. Ilalghl and I
,v 1 r? . Soulhport. N. C : Miss llatght.l
Sotithport, N. C; K. N. In land. Now I
l'ork; W. k. Maher, Philadelphia: Mr?.
W. S. Lincoln. Atlanta; Mrs. B. Ill
Morgan, daughter and maid. Virginia: I
P. C. DeFrancis, Philadelphia: .1. W.I
j Pilchard. New Vork: A. T. H'gglns, I
Huntington; r. L Lackey, Nashville; !
t>. K. Holeombe, New York, T. M. j
Glllespie, Atlanta;.i. b. Rowc, Atlanta;
M. i>. w. Hirst. Philadelphia: O. it.1
Vrelder, Jr.. Lelanon, Pa.: W. 11.
Savory. New York: C. E. Adams. Kan?
sas City; A. J. Terrlell, Kentucky: L.
B. Thompson, Atlanta: Stanley Kalsoii,
Oxford, N. C; L. P. Murks. Williams
port, Pa.; II. N. Spencer and wife.
Michigan; II, C. Owens. Baltimore; ?
P. Williams and wife, city: L. Tynon,
New Voik. J. M. Moss and Wife. ,-t.
Louis; C, K. Davis, Freeland, Va.; R H.
Moore, Reidsvllle, N. C; <". II. Williams,
Philadelphia, Pa.; G. A- Pufeli, At?
lanta; E. U Pugh. Philadelphia; Mr.".
?I ('. Outten. Hampton; E, A, Oulten.
Hampton: V. E Onrdnor. Baltimore;
C. n. Farrar, New Vork. B. B. Lynch,
Baltimore; o. C. Shaner, Lynchburg: ,f.
T, Kcntrcss, Norfolk, j, p. Underwood,
Philadelphia; Miss Myrtle Ron. Crojtet.
Va.: Miss Sadie V. Da v I op. Bridgewater.
Va : Miss E. .T. Johnson. Mahassas;
Mis? Sadie linesman. Morgantow.i. W.
Va.: G. K. Pollock, city; John A.
ICloyd, Pulaskl; Mr. frump, city: R. 11.
[Curtis, corning. N. V.j E. C. Grsnger,
city: R. Ktltzlcb, Raltlnmre: Or. E.
E. Watson. Roanbke; Thomas New and
wife. Chase City; W. I. Crawford, New
I York; Charles T. Williams. Richmond;
j Charles I" Hlllsman, Cincinnati: M.
Donlger, Cincinnati; N. McNeliy. Mon?
roe: L. j. Hubbell, OanBury, Conn.;
[Fred G. Lyon. Danbury, i'niin.: K. K.
Ritter, city; .1. M. Wels, New York; [>?
E. Allen, New York: Dr. H. H. Webb
land wife Washington. D. C; E. M.
I Banister, Kansas city. Ml: L T'. Hull.
! New York; T. Stoklcy Colcman, Spot
Isylvanla, Vn.; j. D, SInton, south no?
Iton; R M. Boyd, Christiansburg,
i Hotel Stumpf?R. T. Klmore, p.on -
; noke. Va.; W. V. Stuart. Philadelphia:
f. W. Flanagan. PIttSfleld, Ma**.; L.
I I.elbman, Chicago: .1. M. Williams
! King'-- Mountain. N. C; R. B. rieslet
New York; J. O. T.nngston. W. T
DOI'tch. M. H. Allen. Kd. Cotton, Golds
N. C; P. B. Field. West rnlnt
.lames T. Ha-es. C. S Hill. Nor
toik. Vs.; A F. Dodd. Emporla, Vs.
C. J. Mlllwlfs. Davenport. Ia.
LexlnKton?w. U. Jones, city: L D.
Drury. city. H. F. Franklin, city; Miss
Violet Wallace. New York; Miss Daisy
Spencer. New York; J. B. Bowling.
Cliarlotte. N. C.; R. I* Bowman. Knox
vllle. Tenn.; E. R. Kstcs. Atlantn. Gh.;
T. L Grlffln. Petersburg. Va.; E. A.
Elder. Florida.; William Eagle. New
York. P. H. .Richardson. Touno. Va.:
j U. S. Hartley Florence. S. C; C H.
[Calfee, Flttsrmrgh, pa., S. A. Slbort.
! Harrlsonburg, Va.; C. F. Cobb and
I wife. Spencer. N. C.: W. N. Woodward,
city; John K. Burnett. Virginia; J. L.
I Cowper. Charlotte. N- C: C. E. Mills.
! Statesvlllc. N. C; B. T. Holder. Lewis
[burg, N. C.i W. E. Bayllss. Charlotte.
N. C.1 E. M. Lewellyn. Chsrlotte. N. C;
John Tosh. Philadelphia. Va.. William
G. Ryan and wife. Svrncusei N. Y.: J.I
T. Johnson. AshevlUe, N. C : Mrs. E. P. '
Carter. Norwood. Va.; R. W. A. Hor?
ner. Lynchburg. Vn.; c. R. GallBway,
Llbertyvllle. 111.; John Zoyson, Liberty- :
vllle. 111.: F. E. Barnes and wife. Bar- i
berton, O.; A. Huff. city. [
[Special'to Thu Times-Dispatch.] I
Rocky Mount. Va., June 22.?A mar?
riage vi much Interest In Rocky Mount
was celebrated at Baltimore to-da:,
when LldUUin-ant Robert He-riry Lee, of
this place, who was graduated last
week from West Point -Military Acad-|
cmy, look as his br'.de Miss Maioel Par
ixin, at Baltimore, the ceremony being
'performed at the hutne of the bride
In that city.
Tha honeymoon, will be spent at At?
lantic CUy and Ttlue Ridge Summit, and
before being assigned to 4uty, Lieu?
tenant 1-?*' wil- hring his bride to
Rocky Mnunt. where he has made his
home, witfti hta uncle. Judge John P.
Lee, sines* his tenth vear.
liloutenerni Lee |s a son of rhe lato
Henry Le?'. whose father. Charles Car?
ter Lee, icns the eldest son of "L'sht
Horse" Hhrry Lee and Anne Farter, of
Shirley. 'He graduated fourteenth in a
class of ninety-six. which made him
eligible to appointment in the engi?
neer's bfranch of the service. He but
laitely attained his majority, and news
ctf b's tvinrraige came la^t week as a
surprise to his friends In Virginia.
ANSWER NOT READY TO PILE.
Hearing, on tJonxale* nnd Hrmphlll
Motion Is Postponed.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch. 1
Greensboro, N. C, June -2. ?Bv
agreement of counsel, the restra'ning
order issued last Saturday upon pe?
tition of Ambrose K. r;o7iznlos and
Major J. C. Ilemphlll preventing the
collection of certain notes held by D.
A. Tonipkins. George Stephens and
Word II. Wood against Gonzales was
continued until the counsel for the
defendants have time to prepare and
file theilr pleadings. This must bo
done on or before the first Monday In
August. Messrs. lonzales nnd Hemp
bill also ask that n receiver be ap?
pointed to ionk after the assets of the
Charlnf. e Observer Company slnco the
alleged, formntlon of a partnership be?
tween the plaintiffs nnd defendants.
PAS.SRXr,ER TRAIN DERAILF.D.
? no sen Delny of Scvcrnl (Tours, lint
No One Is Injured.
[Special to The Tlmes-Dlspateh.l
NeWr<rrn. N. C. June 22_While
speeding toward Nowbern this evo
Hing, en route from Norfolk, passen
gcr "train No. 1 of tho Norfolk-South?
ern Railway Company, was dorall.-d
near Vanceboro. N. C. and was de?
layed for several hours. Just how
the accident occurred could not lie
learned. The engineer tbtated that
the first he knew of the accident was
that Jhe tender of tho engine was
seen -to have Jumped the track. He
quickly put on the emergency hrake
and b.-oupht the train to a standstill
Hut fin- this f-ct the lops of life
would doubtless have been great, as
Hie train at the time was over a dee;,
"in. Tho train was due In Newborn
shortly after 5 o'clock, nnd It did
not arrive, until about fl o'clock.
victory port cnp.niTons.
.llcr?ji?[n? Ordered to Turn Over to
Trustees .Sum of .5:1,000.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch. ]
Hampton, Vs., June 22.?In the
Fniterl states Court to-dnv Judge Ed?
mund Waddlll, Jr.. entered an order
requiring r. Klrsner. n Newport News
and Hampton ? merchant, recpntlv in
the liankruptcy courts, to turn 'over
In the trustees the sum of S.l.poo The
court held that tho bankrupt had
failed to give the correct I'st of his
assets nt the time he med the petition
I to be. placed in Voluntary bankruptev
The court held the motiev mllst bo
I produced by July IT. The decision Is
'a vbrtory for th?i creditors of Klsner
ere are a few items marked at prices which
make them worthy of your attention- We
have lots others just as cheap.
Bargains in Canned Goods
He.st quality Corn Beef Hash, regular 20c size
Genuine But terbcans. country packed, regular
I?c can, now .... lue
Our Leader Early June Peas, lie;or, per dozen $1.30
The very best Virginia packed Herring Roe, can 11c
Libby's Potted Ham or Tongue, i> cans 25c
Freestone California Canned Peaches, can 14c
Libby's Large W hite Asparagus, can ... s- 24c
Pocahontas Sugar Corn, 3 cans 25c
Borden's Brand Peerless Milk, small cans, 4c;
large cans, 3 for.25c
Large cans Best Sour Ktout, can. 8c
l ibby's Fancy Peeled Asparagus.Mc
?i boxes Red Seal Lye.25c
7 boxes Oil Sardines .25c
! join's l-lb. cans Corn Beef.K>c
Farm or Veal Loaf, can .10c
Good Green or Mixed Tea, lb.'. 30c
Ice Cream Freezing Salt, peck 10c
Largo (an-. Square Brand Condensed Milk, 9c,
3 cans for . 25c
Celluloid Starch, pat kage . 4c
Absolute!) Pure Cider Vinegar, gillon.25c
Large New Irish Potatoes, peek . 40c
Good Sail Pork, lb. .10c
( ood Lard, H>. I It
Winner Brand High-Grade Condensed Milk,
10c can; per dozen .$1.10
8 bars Circus Lriundrj Soap .25c
Fresh Mushroom Crackers, lb, .15t
Quaker's Finest Corn Flakes, pkg.Sc
Good Creamer) Butter, lb. . 3fl
3-ih. jars Home-Made Preserves .20c
Good Canned Tomatoes .10c
Whole Grain Carolina Bice, lb. .
Pure Ground Pepper, lb. 20c
Fresh Soda Crackers and Ginger Snaps, lb.
Good 4-sti Ina Brooms . .20t
l-lb. bags Whole Grain Rice Si
Root Roer, makes 5 gals., bottle Se?
lm ported Claret Wine, large bottle 25c
Large cans extra quality California Lemon Cling
Peaches . .... 16c
Large Lump Starch, 4c, or ?V, lbs. for
Best American Granulated Sugar, lb.
Crisco, use in place ol lard, 2-ll>. cans lor . 24c
Extra Fine Imported Rhine Wine, per bottle 45c
Snowdrift Lard, all size cans, lb. 12 .c
?Sour Pickles, per gallon . . . 23c
Mason Jars - quarts, per dozen, 55c; half gal?
lon, per dozen 75c
Snowflake Patent Family Flour, 35c bag; or.
per barrel .$5.50
Sun Dried or Dried Evaporated Apples, lb. 10c
Large Juicy Lemons, ryer dozen.18c
Large Florida Pineapples . 10c
Virginia Comb Honey, ISc; strained, lb.12';c
Full Cream American Cheese, lb.20c
Kxtra Large California Prunes, lb.10c
Dclatone Finest Ginger Ale, good as imported,
Brandy Peaches, 2 booties for .25c
Cercsota Flour, 44c lmg; barrel .$7.00
Gold Medal Flour, 3'><: bag; per barrel.$6.15
Dunlop Flour, 38c bag; barrel.$6.00
Silver King Flour, 37c bag; per barrel.$5.90
Fairbank's Cottolene, in cans, all sizes, 2's,
4's, Ill's; per pound.14c
Large ?ans Michigan packed Pork and Beans,
regular 10c cans, now.8c
5-lb. jars Excellent Preserves, in crocks.35c.
Fresh Country F.iigs. received daily, per dozen.. 22c
Succotash, 9c c an, or 3 for.25c
(.olden Grown Syrup, quart cans.9c
Try our 40c Green or Mixed Tea, the kind you
pay 60c elsewhere for.
Virginia Canned Apples, 3 for.25c
Country Smoked Jowls, lb.8c
7 large bars Lenox SVjap for.25c
Good Sugar Corn, can.7c
7 packages Toilet Paper .25c:
Armour's Star SugaJ'-Cured Hams, any size.. ..18c
Calumet Sugar-Cured Hams, any size, per Ib.. 17c
Toothpicks, large packages, 3 for .10c
Large cans Rest Virginia Tomatoes, per can... 12c
Large cans Best Salmon.11c
Maccaroni and Spaghetti, l-lb. pkgs.7c
Best quality Breakusst Bacon, lb.16c
Smithfield Hams, lb..19c
Pure Ground Golfer, lb.ISc
Smoked California Hams, any size, lb. 12',c
Wood's Best N. C* Roe Herring, 23c dozen;
l-lb. Best Seeded Rslisins.9c
Mother's or Quaker's Oats, pkg.9c
New Lake Fish, dozijn .18c
Small cans Herring Roe, can.6c
Delatone Finest Giriger Ale, dozen.$1.10
Finest Queen Oliven, quart jar .40c
Old R\e and Com Whiskey, gallon.$2.00
old Apple Brandy, gallon .$2.00
Old French Brandy, gallon.$2.00
finest City Ground Meal, peck.27c
Absolutely Pure Lctrf Lfard, lb.14c
Cracker .lack Roasted Coffee, l-lb. cans, 27c;
Virginia Pride Roasled Coffee, l-lb. papers.25c
Duffy's Malt Whiskey, large bottles.85c
Complete new Price List mailed on application.
We ha?9 a big supply of all kinds of Vegetables,
Fruits and Poultry at big savings.
S. ULLMAN'S SON
1820-22 East Main St.?2 STORES 2?506 E. Marshall St.
We are always way ahead of all others?just because we
serve the people best with the right goods at the right price.
It's a feather in our cap to be in a position to sell you well
FURNITURE OF THE HIGHEST QUALITY
FOR THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE
This Monday wo offer a special that will
appeal to every person in Richmond, moro
especially to those expecting to take a trip.
Like our previous Monday specials, this one
iB a wonder. A 34-inch fibre bound
With Iron bottom, brass trimmings, leather straps,
linen lined, Excelsior lock, strap hinges, bottom
rollers, two trays, a hat box tray and a skirt tray.
Speolal Monday at
REGTTLAR $9.00 YALTJE. 6ALE BEGINS AT
8:30 A. 81.
Our quick service, coupled with
experience in buying right, enables
us to save you big money. Look
elsewhere first. Then look at the
up-to-the minute line this house
carries. We think you'll be num?
bered with thousands of our satisfied
customers. No matter what your
desires are in Furniture and
Housefurnishings, we can satisfy
them. If you do not wish to pay
cash then pay us a little each week
The House of Quality
No. 2 For
wo will plaoo on sale 100
pieces of well constructed.
such as BOOK SHELVES,
TABLES AND CILATRB.
ALL ODDS A N'T) ENDS.
They will be displayed In
our window, and are rieb
v a 1 u e a Every piece
marked In plain figures
and at a saving to you of
BO per cent.
111-113-113 West OroadL Street
CASH OR CREDIT Next to Masonic Temple
News of South Richmond
Fry.;''- Richmond Bureau.
lo:0 Hull Si met.
Phone Madison 1*5.
raihou-. Hawkins norset. fbarty-fotir yean
old. diet! yesterda) morning at W o'clock
t hl? h?:n? l'i Woodland Height 1. Mr. Dor?
set, who had been In had health for several
months, leaves beildea a widow, ttve child
dren?Misses Clare, i< tele ami Dorothy l>or
??I. and rt.iymnnd nr.,I Stuart Dorset II? Is
also gtirvlved by his father. winiam C. Dor?
set, and r.n? brotl -r. Bdgar I,. Dorset.
Mr. Dorset was for many years connected
In lh? druc bnslnetf At lit" tlnto of his,
rteath i,? was engaged In Hie hardware
h,,.|n??. ,i! the head of Hull Street. H?.,ns-.
boro. He h..'l a ????? Circle Of friends, and ;
wns a mrmtMir of Pt. John T.ortae. No. 34.1
A.. K. and A. M.
The funeral will be held this afternoon at
4 o'clock 'ton, the Woodland Heights Hat>
tlst Church, of whteh be was a member. I
The nervi . ? ?.:: h< conducted by the Rev.
Int D, S Knight ? ?:<! the burial will be in
(,iie? Appeal Mond.
An arpenj bond ef f.",nan trj< yesterday
furnished by the Forest Kill T?hvt?n r??.
rany. whteh I? -?? tnp to have set aside.
Hie verdict or < ? rendered against ilient!
by the Itirv In the Huttings r'onri. Part ?. I
In fa?or e,' l.llj Hall Clark. The appellants!
cere sued Jointly niih another concern, andt
funds of bo;', y.^-r attached, n>- fc-lvlng thej
bond this money ? ,5 released
Vecro Rndtr Hurl,
.lohn f.?e n ? d laborer, emr',e--ed 01
he construction .? the new May Bride?
1,ad his hand had Injured yesterday morn-l
Ins 11 '"':> It e .',s ? ..ritt In a cement h>irVe?
e liad thrown haok the lever, which opens
? blicket, and t ?'ore be could ret awav
his band mas rnught. He was pulled severalI
feet from the ground ,,,i i,,intr suspended
bv hie lingers before bis prediramen' Was
discovered He ? . treated by Dr. Rhein
Held on s0rtoii? ?'harre.
VT. T. Bain n ete*n years old. was v??.
lerday arrested ' n warrant. In which he
ts rhnrced I -. serious offen.", agatnil
T.ulu sne.Td Hi. complainant. Bain ?a?
ta><en to t1," Third Station, wh're he was
hailed several ? ? later bv .fudge F.. II
Wells, tils >nr r hi he heard to-morrow
On com: lint 1 iatowend Ta'.lev. who al?
tered that 1. struck in the face. Ira |
Davis was arresti I yesterday afternoon. He
was belled foi ippea ranee in the Police
Court, Part 5 to morrow mnrnin?\
?tail fir Joyrider*.
I .Tall sentences e- t\x months .,nd ftr.es of
IU en. h wer? yesterday Imposed by 'Squirt
: 1,. W. Cheat haw of the Oak drove Court,
.on William Brett, relored. and .lennle Do
Forrest, a whltt woman, aieniber? of a Joy.
j ndlng part" of four, who sn'lt things wide
j ?>nj the Petersburg Turnpike Th?r?,
niornlnc. Fred Cnokn and Cecil Courlo?.
remaining pair, were each assessed $1"
and cost*. A!" charged with disorder
P,ke burnt ., have been inakiiic the
life o' t'ie rnnnty residents miserable for
the past few ?rhs yesterday occupied the
ntteution of Iht <iak Crore Court, Dr.
Kleids of Poterrt.urg, pulled down a fine of
sin ar.d costs I ? m;i. of Richmond, proved
as iinllKSy, ni i',| the same amount. W.
<;. Cordon -mis e!?mls.?ed from the same
charge on pnym it of costs.
Siiper\Unra to Meet,
j The : Board of Supervisors will
meet lo-mon :il chesterfield Courthouse
'for the tPir.'.i monthly meeting. Atnor.s
I the matters -r, considered Is the erection
? of two crosslns? over the Atlantic Coast
1 Line's new It. ? |jne tracks
rather ( olemnn Trajisferred.
Oreatly to th? sorrow of hla parlth. the
[ Rev. Father Davit) Coleman. of the Peered
| Heart Church, has by order of Bishop
OTonn?!'. been t ranaferrrtt to Newport
Newa. Rev. Father Drake, of Norfolk, will
succeed Father <"oi*man.
Henry Johnson, colored, was found lapt!
I Shi ni li.JO n'fioek on Fourteenth Street
tineonarloua from a blow on the head. The
ambulance. In chaug* of Dr. T. A. Honours
wa? ?timtnon'd nnd treated the man at thej
Third Mutton Several stitches were taken
In the wound Tli? a??allrvnt ruraped.
To FTsvre Fjuvii Piirtv.
F?r the benefit o? Ii,.- BSptlSI VOUnt reo-'
V'"'r Union of the Stockton Street .-hureh.l
a lawn partv will be Meid Thursday nlffhl 1
iit the borne of Mrs. ft. v. Marlin on th?i
Ninth Sliest Read. A line muslea! program
baa teen arranged, and a pleasant time Is
n*j'ired all who attend
Franela CT. Hubert, Sr., ;>nd ?nn. Wellford,
who have been the guests nr Mr. and Mrs.
i nin. of West Fifteenth Street, have re-1
turned to their home In Guernsey. Fnqland.l
Wilile U, Owens, who has been In nir-;
mjncham, Ala. for several montha on bin ?
Ineev ha? returned home.
Mrs. .1 II Taylor, who haa been vl?l?lns;|
relative? In Philadelphia, has returned home.
Miss Katherlne ifeheiln, who baa been .
vinltlne Mr and Mm. J. It. Purity at Wwd
land Heights, will rei,irn to her home In.
[laltlmore t!il? mornln?
Srnrl free sample to every house?
keeper that phones or calls to see
the Virginia Anthracite, in Stove,
Nut and Egg size, because I know
you will be pleased and give nie
the next order. It sells for less
money and docs the same work
I Try one.
150S West Broad.
I Japanese Vases, 13 inches tall,
[The E. B. Taylor Co.
11011 E. Main St.,
23 W. Broad St.
IN INDUSTRIAL WAY
Department of Great Railway
System Looks for More Indus?
tries in the Old State.
I was talking a few days ago with
K. T. Crawley, industrial agent of the.
Chesapeake and CDtlo Railway, nnd
asked him to give me fume facta and
figures cor.rernlng the development
along his line of railway. Mr. Craw
ley Is a modeat kind of a man nnfl
cioe.B not desire to toot his own horn
very much, hut he gavo me a whole
volume of figures, covering In a way
the good work that his department of
this great railway establishment Is
The Chesapeake and Ohio Railway
get? Into Virginia from Ohio and
Kentucky away out yonder on the His
Sandy River, where the. three Mate*
come together. Tho company, realiz?
ing the fact that true development of
the lands bordering on the railway
System means the true development Ol
the railway Itself, Is doing a l?lg work
Ir. the way of commercial. Industrial
and agricultural development all
along It3 line, from where the moun?
tains klaa the track to where the salt
sea waves lash upon the Fame. The
company is encouraging all kinds of
land development and all kinds of In
l dust rial developments. In this lino
Crawley has been very busy for two or;
morn years past. He tells mo that dur?
ing the past twelve months the agency
that la working with nnd as a part of
the Chesapeake and Ohio, has brought
I to Virginia 402 new settlers, who pur?
chased over 100.finn nrres of Virginia
j land along the Chesapeake and Ohio
Railroad, for $3,240,366. "I nm quite
sure." says Mr. Crawford, "thero were
quite a numhep of new settlers whom
we. overlooked In this enumeration."
"Wo are keeping this work up aa
vigorously as ever, and hope, by next
year to have nn oven better report. We
have accomplished these, results by ad?
vertising In the best publications we
ran find, both local and general. The
"Wo have also placed some valuable
Industries along our line, among
which Is a knitting mill at Newport
News nnd a large dairy nnd stock farm
at Irwin, Virginia.
Pinched n Ten Spot.
Johnny Kidd, a colored youth of
Henrlco, was arrested yesterday In
the county o'n a warrant charging him
with having unlawfully entered a
6treet car belonging to the Virginia
Railway and Power -Company and
making away with $10. Ho will bo
given a hearing before a magistrate
Wife Onuses Clarke's Arrest.
At the Instance of his wife, who
lives In South. Richmond. Marshall.
Oarko, about twenty-four years old.
was arre?ted ycsterda: by Detective
Kreogel He watt found in company
with Goldte Torrence. a woman who
has frequently trained notorl?tv. Rh-,
was also arrosteo. At lh? F'rst ro?
ll'? .Station each furnlshooV- t.all for
their appcarnncn lr, J'nilce Court to
NEXT MTi nnAY Mr.MT.
IHG SOCIAL r.VF.VT.
Y. M. C. A. MOONMr.HT.
We have the most up-to-date and at?
tractive line of Jewt?l*>' to be found any
where. You should call and let us sho'v*
.you what pretty things we have In th?
The Diamond Merchants.
J. S. JAMES
Jewelers and Opticians,
Seventh and Main Streets.
RELIABLE ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.
025 and m5bS SutoSEnSnta e*j?tf]sj
A Pamiini New York Chef Saldi
"I could as easily do without flour.
In baking-, as without Sauer's Ex?
Unequaled for cokes, Ices, oustards,
puddings, ?nuces. etc.