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.Young Autoist Caught Between
.Gates at Railroad,
? i Crossing. ?
NEW OFFICERS ELECTED
Annual Meeting of Tool Company
8 Bolllnghrook Street
Petersburg. Va., June 2S.
Ashhy Hardy, a young man. -while
4:l'-ing an automobile on Kerry Street
this morning, narrowly escaped s<>
f.o'^o accident. Hits automobile wub
taught i>etwecn the bars of the gate
?.t the Perry Street crossing, which
Were 'being let down for the passing of
i'ue induing passenger trajn. from tho
South. Ills only means of escape was
lo heed his automobile down the rail
rcjul traik a:id turn off lo ono side,
rhls was done, and dono ciuickly, and
Accident was avoided b)' a close mar
Tho annua. meeting of the stock?
holder* of the American Elect r'"c Tool
?Company, a Petersburg concern, was
Seid yesterday afternoon, and the fol?
lowing officers were elected: Presi?
dent, J. MoS, [Buchanan; Vice-Presi?
dent, W, G. Andrews; Secretary and
Treasurer, William H. Wlllcox; Gen?
eral Manager, Louis Paulero. Mr. Paui
ero Is tho inventor of the electric
hammer, which the company owns and
proposes to manufacture In Peters?
Congressman Lamb last night .ad?
dressed a largo gathering of the peo?
ple of Ettrick and vicinity in behalf
of his renominaitlon. He gave cvn ac?
count of his s'xteen years of service
In the House of Representatives and
what ho had accomplished for tho dis?
trict. Captain Lamb met with a cor?
dial reception, and was given assur?
ance that his old friends <n this end
of the district would st-:?n<! by him.
State Chairman Jojsc M. Kenrcomb,
of this city, of the Roosevelt, or vre?
gressive, wlr.g ?of the Republican party,
has called a meeting of tho executive
oommtttee of the party, to be held in
the Strasford Hotel on next "Wednes?
day. Thp ohleet is to plan for orgn.ii!
sS'tlon, with the view of supporting the
**thlrd party" movement and of the I
nominee to oppose Taft.
Sudden Ilcnth of f'ltlzen.
John Wolf, a well known resilient of
the western part of the city, died sud?
denly this morning about 4:30 o'clock,
i.t bis home on West Street. He was 1
In his usual health and was at work i
yesterday. He was taken ill during the
night. Mr. Wolf was in his. fty-fourt'.i
year, and Is survived by his wife and
the following children' Misses Mary
r ttid Rebecca and Julius Wolf, of this
city; John Wolf, of Williamsport, Pa.,
I and Mrs. H. H. Hammond, of T.ewlston,
Kicked by n Uorsc.
George Glover, colored, while driving
a double team belonging lo Mr. Talloy,
ct Dlr.wlddle county, this afternoon In
Market Street, was kicked by one of
the, horses and his leg broken between
the knee arid ankle. Glover was sit?
ting on the wagon with his 'less dang?
ling over the front ut the time. He
Was taken to the hospital.
tlunlltlrd im Commissioner.
Thomas B. Maclln, who was elected
a pellce commissioner by the Council
In iolr.t session on Tuesday night,
qualified for the office to-day, and will
enter on his three years' term oh July
There Is a rumor nfln.it. but uncon?
firmed, that the commission contem?
plates making some changes in the
police corrlF'Qn July 1.
?. 'I r-rp ? to" the Poelne.
Councilman Charles 11 Bowie will
leave for Portland, Oregon, to-morrow
as the representative of Petersburg
Lodge of Elks, to attend the national
reunion of the order. On bis trip he
will visit San Francisco, the Yellow
atone, Park. Salt Luke City and other
points of Interest.
Commissioner Mnnnlnc III.
PoUce Commissioner Chris Mar.jrir.g,
Jt., of Jefferson Ward, is ill at his
home, 130 North Twenty-sixth Srre.'t.
It was aa'.d yesterday that his condi?
tion had somewhat improved, though
h* Trill he confined to his bed for some
time. .Mr. Manning is one of the most
popular men ".n Richmond.
"Berry's for Clothes"
Strong values in athletic un?
French lisle and balbriggans
and open net weaves $1 to $2.
Excellent domestic fabrics as
low as 50c per garment.
For night comfort pajamas
in percale, cambric and soi
sette, $1 to $3.50.
Silk handkerchiefs, which
some men insist on having for
I summer?special to-day at 33c.
j Beautiful Negligee shirts at
$1.50 to $2.50.
I Superb all-silks at $3.
An irresistable combination !
is our silk shirt, white flannel J
trousers, blue serge coat, white
buck shoes, silk socks?SOc up]
?and a Henry Heath straw.
If a man t bus regaled doesn't
win?don't blame the clothes!
Buy a cool, striking suit for
Here are linen crash, home
spun, mohair, rajah silk, flan?
nel, plain and fancy serges and
fancy cassi meres without
$5 to $35.
A bathing suit special lor the
4th at $1.
DISORDERLY ON CAR
I .Negro Who Figured In Itecrnt Trouble
Picked Up by 1'olloc.
James IVoodison, colored, was ar?
rested yesterday morn'r.g by Detectives
Kellnm und Atkinson on the charge of
disorderly conduct and resisting Con?
ductor 14. N, Schreiner, of the Rich?
mond and Henrlco Hallway. WiOOdson
is the prisoner said to have been res?
cued from tho street car by Cornelius
Saundera and Ulysses Stoke.-, both col.
ored. .Satin,lets was recently punished
'ii Police Court, nnd 'has appealed to
tlie Hustings Court. Stokes's case is
pending in Police Court.
The arrest of AVoodson and his res
cup by the negroes created considerable
excitement at the time. He was disor
? doily while aboard a car In charge
of Schreiner and .Mutnnnm 1.. Charles.
Hi's actions made !t necessary to place
him tinder arrest, nnd when the cat
was stopped to turn him over to the
police. Sanndcrs and Stokes stepped
n'ionrd and forcibly freed him All
tiireo then tser.ped.
Not until yesterday was It known
i who the disorderly negro was. Hia
identity was discovered by the deter
; lives several da.ys nco, and they BUC
I ceeded In locating him yesterday in
I Seventeenth Street. H.^ was taken to
I the First roller Station and hailed for
his appearance ?n Police Court this
.foe Osborne nnd Joe .lohnsnn. negro
boys, were arrested yesterday on the
?-barce of stealing six Jugs from L
Charles Gordon, colored, was nr
tested by Bicycle Pollorm.m Tiller on
.a warrant charging mm with cruelly
i treating a mule.
Henry Simmons, colored, was held
i at the Second Station as a suspicious
': character, suspected of hav'ng com
I milted a felony.
j Chnrlottesville. Va.. June 28.?H
l McK. Miller, of Oordonsvllle. son of
Dr. H O. Miller, of La Crosse. Wls.. nnd
I Miss Mary F. Minor, daughter of W. W.
? Minor, of "Wlndieknowe." this county,
I were married last evening nt the
J Church of Our Saviour, nt Bio, this
, r.ounty, the ceremony being performed
j by tho Rev, H. B. Lee, rector of Christ
I episcopal Church, this city, asslst.-d by
j the Rev, J. C. Painter. Owing to a
I recent death In tho briie's family, no
Invitations were Issued.
It knows a good oil ? and a bad ? and tf you
feed it poor oil, it will tell you so before ior.",
in the very unwelcome language of cylinder
troubles: pounding, misfiring and carbon de?
posits. If you lubricate it with
you reduce lubrication troubles to the mini?
mum. This is because Polarine is produced
by a special process which we have worked
out with great care in order to secure the
peculiar lubricating qualities required for a
You secure the benefit of our many years of
experience when you buy Polarine.
In addition to Cylinder OU, the
Polanne Brand includes?
Polarine Transmission Lubricants,
Polarine Cup Grease,
Polarine Fibre Grease.
? These cover the lubriestinic requirements
cf every pait of uutou.obire mscblncty.
For Sale Everywhere
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
(Ineorpo?-**?** in New Jersey ?
American Consul at Santiago
Says Body Is Positively
Santiago, Cuba, June 28.?General
Bvarlato Estenez, the rebel leader, was
killed yesterday at Vega Bellace, six
miles from Mlcara,. In the vicinity of
Songo, by government troops under
command of Lieutenant l>o l>a Torro,
after a battle In which 100 Insurgents
wore killed. The dead include prob?
ably also General Pedro Ivenet, whoso
body, however, has not yet been found.
Tile body of General listener, arrived
in tins city at 3 o'clock this morning'.
Great crowds of people lined tho streets
as the corpse was taken to the military
barracks, whore It will lie exposed to
public view until the burial to-day,
F.nd of Rebellion.
Havana. June 2x.?General Montca-.
gucdo, commander-in-chlef: of the gov?
ernment forces, telegraphs to-day that
the death of General Kstcnex puts an
end to the rebellion. General .Montea-;
guedo expresses confidence that lie will
have the whole province of Oriente
pacified within two days.
Confirmation of llrport.
Washington, June 25.?General
Estenoz's body arrived nt Santiago on
a special train at o'clock this morn?
ing. It was positively identified as
that of the rebel commander. The
American consul at .Santiago, in con?
tinuing the news of the death of the
rebel general, sail he was killed
ubout noon yesterday in a battle at
M'cara, near La Maya. It is leported
150 other rebels were also killed in
that engagement with the Cuban forces
under General Monteaguedo.
The consuls at Caibarlen. AnUlla,
Baracoa and Clenfuegos all report
their district to bo quiet.
NEW STATE CHARTERS
Spiegel Motlun *lldo Company (Inc.).,
Richmond. George it. Hindlings. nresl
flenr; J. F. Tllley. vice-president, Washing?
ton. D C; F. L. Mideiieton. secretary:!
Washington. D. C. Capital: Maximum.:
.O.i'.'-i?. minimum, t60.030.
Sunckelford-Warren Insurance Aeeiicy
One. I. Oronuc, Vo. Henry C, Warren, pres?
ident; H. c;. Shaekelfdrd, secretary and
treasurer; w. d. uiiiard-aii of Orange, v*.
Capital: Maximum. 110,000; minimum, 11,000. j
Extension Stepladder Specialty Company
iiiu.i. Richmond. John u. Dew. president;
Harry G. Martin. vice-piK-slde nt; Thomas K.
O'Keefe, secretary?all of Hlebmond. Capl-I
tall Maximum. ISO.000; minimum. iJO.OCO. 1
Amendment was Issued to the charter of
the J. It. GSddlng* and Joillfee Union
Changing the mime to the L'nlted Order of
Tent! of J; p.. Uiddlngs and Jolllfee Union.
Norfolk, Va. i
Heuser coal corporation. Pulaskl, Va. C. 1
W, IlouKr. president, I'ularkl, Vu.; John
lnjics. Vice-president, Bristol; H. Harda
vvay. secretary und treasurer, St. Paul. Cap?
ital: Maximum, tSO.OMj minimum. U6.009. i
Supplemental certificate of Incorporation)
of Mlllci ?iuuiio Company, Lynchburg, Va.,'
reducing Its minimum from i:r?.ooo to fS,000,
star Supply Compnny (Inc.), Richmond.
Max Israelson, president; Hyman Sllbery, I
secretary anil treasurer; A. Marks?ail of
Richmond. Capita!: Maximum. $U.000;mIo-l
Amendment was Issued to the Hanover
Uank, Ashland, Vs., reducing Its capita', and'
outstanding stock from $25,000 to $10,000, and
reducing its par value |i0 lo i~o.
Westbreok Sanatorium (Inc.), Westbrook,
llenrleo county va. j. k. Hall, president,
Richmond; l?. m. (lay)*, vlce-jyealdcnt, Mor?
ia n ton, N. C; I". V. Sauhders, secretary and
treasurer. Richmond. Capital: Maximum,
$50.000; minimum, JJ'.OOO.
Mlspsh Realty Corporation, cr?so,
John K. Ord, president. T. J.. Payne, vice-,
president. J. w. Hall, secretary and treas?
urer?all of Crevvr. Va. Capital: Maximum.
$(,600; minimum. 1600.
Lane-Harris corporation. Altavista, Va.
W. (J. Lane, president; K. It. Hairls. secre?
tary; W. O. Lane. Jr.. treasurer?all of Al?
taVista, Va. Capital, f 10.00).
Virginia Fish and Oyster Company (Inc.).
Suffolk, Va. W. X- UcAnge. ?resident,
I'etcr smith, vice-president; J. R Wlnstead,
I secretary?all of Suffolk. Capital: Maxi?
mum. llj.OuO; minimum. $?"..
Ballard & Uallard Company, a foreign
corporation. Kentucky, domesticated, with
capital et tr.n.oco J. .' Llndsey. statutory
oftont, Richmond. Flour buslnes.i.
Lyons Tnllorlns Company line i. Roanoks,
Va. J. Lyons, president, Lexington, Va.;
Sol Lyons, vice-president. Lexington; L. IL
Lyons, secretary and treasurer, Roanoko,
Va. capita'.. Maximum, SIO.OOu; minimum,
II u. Moor. & Company line. >. Ports?
mouth. Va. IL U. Moot.. president. J. I*.
Morgan, vice-president. J. J- Moore, secre?
tary?all ot Portsmouth, Va capital: Max?
imum, 12,000; minimum, 1200.
The .lames River Kami company (Inc.),
Oldneid, V>. ii. B Williams, president;
Robert Fits Randolph, secretary, A. I".
Breokaw-sll of Oldneid, Va. Capital: Max
I linum, fi-.v^-o; minimum, J3.W. r.ca. estate
' business. . ., , .
I rue Farmers' and Merchants Bank e..
, Renne Hill, Va. tine.). L. A. Bowman, pres?
ident. Cslloway. va.. J M. Bnswllder. lirst
vles-presldent; J. L. sink. Meend ^lee-pres.
Ident. Boohs. Hill, vn.; T. .1. Nelson, cash
' l-r and secretary, noanoke. \ a. Capita..
Maximum, MO.?*?; minimum, 110,000. Opera-.o
a State bank.
I M Newcomb Land Corporation. rlamp
! ton Va I' M. Newcomb, president and
treasurer; Harry O. I'arUer. secretary: .1 !..
Newcomb-all of Hsmoton. \a Capital:
s M \ 1,1. B(IV UADIiY IUI tlx
11V SAVAGE HI 1.1?'?'
lohn Kord, twelve years old. was
badly bitten lar.t night ?bout 7 o'clock
p. ? ?av.ice bulldog while playing
,.e.-,r his home. I&30 West Gary Btroet.
II, ivji treated by Or. 11. T. llawKlns.
I ambulance surgeon -f tho City Hos
IpHttl Who fald thai While ins WOUIUIS
I wer.-' painful they were not dangerous,
it was not thought ihat the animal
was suffering from rabies, it attacked
the boy while lie was wrestling With
THEATRE MUST PAY
Supreme I ??rt L'Pholds Ver.llcl ol
Ulrtidi \gnhiHl r.'olonlnl.
Notice was received yesterday by
the clerk Of the City Circuit Court that
the Supreme Court of Appeals, In ses?
sion at Wythevllie. had afflrmc 1 the
decision of the lower court in the .-a-e
ef George II. Black, uga.lnsf the Wells
Wllmer-Vlncent Company, in which
Black was awarded 11,500 for being
ejected from the Colonial Thentr.-.
'The case was tried in the City Cir?
cuit Court some months ago. and cre?
ated a good deal of attention at the
time. Bla^k claimed that he had been
made to leave the house after having
paid for his ticket. and without having
committed any offense The theatrical
people, on the other hand, defended
? their action, and Immediately after a
I verd'v? was rendered for the plaintiff.
The Supreme Court ef Appeals also
I affirmed the action of the City Circuit
Court ir. :he case of .lame? E Phillips
n. Sons against O, w. Lambert, in
iwhlch damages to the nmnunt of $"o;.ej
Hun by Fall.
Seized with an altvk cf vertitro, Wil?
liam Faulkner, of 701 West Marshall
Street, fell last night nbout 10:15
o'clock in Broad Street as he wan cross?
ing Henry, and Injllfod h',s head. He
was treated h- rtr If. T. TTa.wkin?. am
hulnnco surgeon of tho City Hospital,
and removed to his homo.
You can make up a program
to suit yourself, and hear in
one afternoon or evening twelve
of the world's greatest bands
Sousa's Band, Pryor's Band,
U. S. Marine Band Vessella's
Italian Band, Kryl's Bohemian
Band Police Band of Mexico,
Garde Republicaine Band of
Prance, Black Diamonds Band of
London, Royal Military Band of
Madrid, Victor Herbert's Orches
j tra, L'Orchestre Symphoniquc of
j Paris, La Scala Orchestra of Milan.
I Hundreds of band selections
;and grand opera arias, sacred
music, popular song hits?
everything you wish?among
the more than 3,000 records in
the Victor catalog.
Let us play some of them for
Successors Coble Piano Co.
Enat Uronil Street.
Attorneys for Defendants, Charg?
ed With Dispensing Whiskey
During Election, Note Appeal.
(Special to The Times-Dispatch.)
Meherrln. Va.. Juno 28.?The trials
of the recent indictments returned
against w. Y. Fameeccs, j. w.
Fameeces, B. E. Gauldlng and William
Blackwell for dispensing whiskey at
i ho November election was called at
Luuenburg Courthouse on Thursday,
and the one against \V. v. bamcecesl
was gone into, and a verdict of J23 i
line and one minute in Jail was re- <
turned against him. The rest of those
charged with the same offense nd
mltted to the court that they did give !
some of their friends a drink after 1
they had cast their ballot, and tho
same line and Jail sentence was re- I
corded against I hem. The attorneys
for the defense Immediately noted an |
appeal, and the eise will be argued |
before this tribunal during the fall
term. The'r ball was tixod by tho
court at $150. which was Immediately
furnished, and the parties released.
.'hese cases have create! much in?
terest in th's county, nnd the outcome
is being eagerly swatted.
The contested election case of Stokes
and others Vs. O. S. llatchett, for the 1
otiice of county treasurer was argmd i
to-day In an effort to seat A. S. Bridge- j
forth on account of error claimed by
them to have been made in sumlng up
"t is not expected that a decision
will be rendered in this case until j
to-morrow morning. The outcome of
th's la being awaited by the people of I
this section, who feet a keen interest i
in the procee imgs on account of tho
long drawn out attair, and the fact '
that Mr. llatchett was declared elected
at the November election, and issued a]
certificate to thnt effect, ami a decision :
of the court only a few weeks apo de?
cided the contest over this office in
favor of Mr. llatchett, and rendered a
' written opinion. Immediately the at?
torneys for Mr. Bridgefo/tli charged
that the conn had erred In his calcu?
lation, and argued for a reopening
which was granted Bn,j |g a. present
I being heard.
I ? i> liovs INJURED.
One Caught In tlel| nnd Injured, nnd
Other Scalded nt Laundry,
[Special : > The Times-Dispatch.]
Tasewell, \'a.. .Tun.? 28.?Vaughn
Denny, a.ced about fourteen years, son
I of ,T. D. Denny, the m'lle.r for the Star
Milling Co m my. at North Tasewell.
: wail serloui Injured this afternoon
by being Caught !r. a belt In the mill.
Hla right i-m was entirely torn off,
, "Is l'ft leg l rotten, itid other Injuries
received ab< | the face and body. Tho
i boy was r i :. d to the Tszewcll Hos?
pital, when he is rrsting well to
I At almost v.e same time F. I? Rur.
j chum, a boy a.bout twelve years old.
j was painfulb injured and scalded by
.being eatlghi in the machiner-.- <it the I
Taaeweli tn Laundry, v.-her* he is
Review of Trade.
New ToiV: lunne ;?.? B. C, r>un
Co.'s weekl; . view or trade to-mor-,
row will s , The first half of the |
year close,; v Ith much active achieve
menl In ihe 1 tterment of business nnd
of much promise for the remainder of
the year. Si .!-,annual inventories re?
duce the vo ime of business at this
season, and th.-r? Is a temporary clos
I Ing of some nllls and factories. Ag
gregste . et ion*, however, eon
I tlntte to cm nd over the two pre?cd
? ing year* a: ? evidenced by bank.1
Son.' lettln? up Is noted in railroad
?i. mand for steel. The dry troods trade
I In its various llvlston* Is In a whole?
some position The export nnd the
retail trad-. (n all branches of the
season arc excellent Deports from
nearly all t e leading shoe manu?
facturing eitle? indicate a conservative;
betterment tit in volume of activity
'and In business' confidence.
' m i-. _ _i
This Will Interest Mothers
Mothar Gray's Sweet Powders fo? [
Children, a'certain relief for feverish
ness, b'iadsche, bad stomach, teething
disorders, mi vo and regulato the bow?
els and djeati y worms. Th.ty break up
.colds in twenty-four hours. They are
so pleasant to the taste children lika
1 thorn. Over -. '.000 testimonials. TTsed
Ibymothsrs for twenty-two years They
v. vi r tali Sold by all druggist's, 25c.
Sample mailed free Address Allen S.
; Olmsted Le Hoy. N Y.
*0 VEADS RtDUTATIOH
7all SiTmmer'sICKNESS'ES BYj
?lohn r. Rntier. Pharmacist.
J21'. West Main Street,
Pa*k Ave. and Lombardy St
FOUR BURNED AT
Augustus Krengel and Three
Helpers Injured by Sudden
On* man was probably Tatally
burned, a second has a nghtlng chance
Jior life, while two others escaped
with alight lnjurlea la an explosion of
molten zinc motal yesterday aftor
roon about 3:80 o'clock at the plant
of the Trcdcgur Iron Worka at tho
foot of South Fifth Street.
Augustus Krengel. about elxty
elght years old, of 201 South Pine
Street, a foreman, was badly burned
about the uppor part of the body. In?
cluding his head, face, neck, should?
ers und arms. Ho Is at the Retreat
for the Sick, and It was suld last
night while seriously Injured It was
thought that ho would recover.
Wdlllam Bowers, forty years old,
colored, of South Richmond, was
burned from the hips up. It was said
at the City Hospital, where he wus
removed, that he had but a slight
chance of recovery.
Cornelius Hucklcss. thirty-live years
old, colored, who lives In tho rear of
Gil West Main street, and Tom Bros
by. colored, about fifty years old. of
1017 Hull Street. South Richmond,
were slightly hurt.
The cause of tho explosion was not
explained. The four men were hand?
ling the hot metal, when, with a loud
report. It Hew In tho air and fell upon
l>r. T. A. Moncure. ambulance sur?
geon of the City Hospital, responded
to nn emergency call. Ho at once
had Krengel removed to the Betreut
and Bowers to the City Hospital.
Hucklcss und Crosby were treated, and
they wore able to return to their
homes. Their burns were slight.
Krengel lias been employed by the
Tredegar Company since ho was four?
teen years old, and was regarded as
one of the most efficient workmen In
Employe of Wilmington Traction Com
puuy IuMmitlj Killed.
(Special to The Times-Dispatch.)
Wilmington, N. C, June CS.?James
C, Register, uged twenty-six years, a
lln i man In the employe of a traction
company here, was electrocuted to-day
at the top Of a high pole, and In the
sight of many passersby, who were
horrified at the spectacle. Register
was at work when his body catno in
contact with a live w're, and over
2.200 volts shot through him. Ho was
killed instantly. Ills body did not
topple over, but had to bo lowered I"
the ground by a companion who was
at work with him at the time. Regis?
ter was a well known young man. He
was not married.
Mr. Uonlrr Seriously HI.
(Special to The, Times-Dispatch >
Wilmington. N. C. June Js.?News
has been received here of the serious
'llness In Clifton Springs, N. V., of
Edwin Borden, of this city. general
superintendent of transportation of th
Atlantic Const Dine. On Wednesday
afternoon Mr. Borden Buffered a
stroke Of paralysis.
(Special to Tlie Times-Dispatch.;
Weldon, N. C. June 2S.?Milton W.
Lambert and Miss Ruth E. Godscy,
botli of Richmond, were married here
to-day, the ceremony taking place at
the homo of D. E. Stralnback, the of?
ficiating magistrate. They .-etumcd to
Richmond on the afternoon train.
Storm Sweeps Over l)a"ville.
pedal to The Times-Dispatch >
Danville. Va., June 18.?A terrific
Storm broke over here last nicht at
0 o'clock, and a torrent'ai downpour
fell for two hours, doing considerable
damage to local property und to the
you tin; tobacco plants. The lightning
played havoc with the telephone and
telegraph wires, and the city was
practically without outside communi?
cation until early this morning, when
the damuged lines were rebuilt. The
American Tohac. o Company suffered a
'loss of cigarettes which were damaged'
1 by water, while toe Piedmont Hard?
ware Company, the Danville Lumber
Company and the Swift Warehouse
, were ail seriously damaged by water
wh.cn invaded buildings.
Moonlight Excursion To-.\'lght.
The second Young Men's, Christian
Association moonlight excursion of this
Season will bo run to Dutch Gap and
return to-night, tho steamer i'ocahon
tna leaving tho wharf promptly at S:tf0.
The excursion of June 1 was a big
success, and thero have been n great
many requests for another one this
season. The musical feature of tho
excursion will be Kossnlch's Municipal
Band and Polk Miller's Old South Quar?
tet. The ?bje t of these excursions Is
not to make money, hut as a summer
social event for the members and theij
friends, and the association has spared
no expense to make It a success.
Montague nt Chester.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Chester, Va., June 2K.?Former Gov?
ernor Montague, of Richmond, made a
spee it here to-night on behalf of his
candidacy for the United States Con?
gress against Congressman Lamb, lie
was Introduced by Clerk Cogblll, of
Chesterfield county, nnd was heard by
a large and enthusiastic audience.
Held for Grand Jury.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.1
Alexandria, \'a.. Inno 2s>.? following
a preliminary hearing In tho Police
Court to-day, William Hansbrough,
alias "Sy" Climpton, was held for the
action of the grand Jury on a charge
of improper conduct with Mary Kane,
a thirteen-year-old girl, llnnsbrough
Is apparently forty years old.
Tnylor? M ycr*.
I special to The Times*Dispatch.]
Hollins, Va., June 2S.? Yesterday af?
ternoon at r,;30 o'clock at the resi
dence of Mr. and Mr?. John O. Meyers,
their daughter, Miss Daisy Meyers, was
married to John D. Taylor. In view
of the recent serious illness of Mr.
Meyers, the marriage was a very Quiet
uiie. only a very few friends and rela-j
lives being present. The maid of honor
was Miss Emma Estclla McLaughlin,
of this place. The brluo came In on
the arm of her brothei-in-law, Hon.
S C. Stratton, of Lynchburg. The
wedding march was rendered on tho
organ nnd violin by Miss Mary M.
i Icasants and Mis. Eric Rath, both
trnchcra In Hollins College. The cere
: mony was performed by the Rev. Geo.
1 Braxton Taylor. I). D., tho bride's pas?
tor. Tho bridal cotipte left on the
"Memphis Special" for New York. Af
tet going to Niagara, down the St.
Lawrence to Quebec and Lake George,'
they will return to Richmond, which
is to be their future home The bride
is a very gonoral favorite In this
neighborhood and Will ho greatly mlss
?u in church p.nd social circles here.
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News of South Richmond
South Riehmond Bureau,
The Times - Dispatch I
1020 null street,
Thone Madison Iti.
Cnslstenl demands of friends has
caused Alderman lohn W. Moore to
consider the advlslbllity of cute: Ins
the race fur the Administrative Board.
He Is assured by many friends on
both tides of the river that lie will
lecelvu their support und has more
j than u fighting chance.
Mr. Moore, aside flum his' business
lability, hae achieved a remarkable
success?since becoming .1 member ot
I the Board of Aldermen. He is a
member uf the Street Cummltlcc. and
I was a member of the subcommittee
I which decided upon the new Mayo
Bridge plans. He is said to bo 01m
of the liest Informed men In the city
on the work Incidental to Its erec?
MnntfiKtir Club Formed.
Southslde supporters of former Gov?
ernor A. J (.?ontagu? met last night
at the courthouse und organized a
club. The meeting was called to or
j der by Charles T. Morris. Council
I man. W. B, Bradley was chosen as
1 temporary chairman and the follow?
ing odlcers elected: A. .1. Daffrou.
president: fill Andrews, Robert Strad
I ei and W. Ii pergu-.-on. vie e-presl
I dents; Charles T. Morris, secretary.
W. B. BradleV. J. M. Craves and M.
A. Campbell were elected us members
of the executive committee An Invi?
tation will be extended to Mr. Monta
gue to rtfKres.s the club. Sixty-three
members wet"** present. Nearly 22.1 ac?
tive members are now on the roll of
Recovcrlng Pram Attack.
William Blunt, nlgnt watchman on
the new Mayo Bridge. Is recovering
from a severe blow on the head, which
he received early Thursday morning.
He was found unconscious on the
bridge on the South Richmond side.
His head was badly cut by large lump
of coal, it is thought. Mr. Blount liaa
no recollection of being hit, nor any
Idea who his assailant could have
been His Injuries were treated by
Ambulance Surgeon T. A. Moncurc.
Funeral of Mr. Co.x.
? The funeral of deorge P. Cox, who
By THIRD PARTY
j Roosevelt Crowd in First Tennes?
see District Opposes
[Special to Tiie Times-Dispatch.]
Bristol. Va.. .Mine 28.?The first tan?
gible indication that Roosevelt follow?
ers mean to carry out the purpose ot
the Chicago convention split in ihc Re?
publican stronghold of Kust Tennessee
came at Johnson City to-day, when a
convention assembled to nominate a
candidate for Stale Senator from the
First District. The Roosevelt crowd
bolted the convention, which In the
forenoon nominated Eel ward K. Butler
for renomlnation, and tills afternoon
held a separate convention, nominating
Captain W. II. Nelson, a Civil War vet?
eran, and adopted resolutions strongly
condemning the course of the Chicago
convention. The convention Which
nominated Butler indorsed the Taft ad?
ministration and tlio course of Repre?
sentative Sam Sells, ot the First Ten?
CmaniJe Against Viifrrnnts.
[Special to Tiie Times-Dispatch. ]
Alexandria, Va., June ?x.?The police
have begun a crusade against ail ne?
groes who have no visible means of
support end who refuse to work, in
compliance with a recent recommenda?
tion made by a grand Jury in the Cor?
poration Court. As a result of tho cru?
sade being waged, four negroes wore
arraigned and fined $5 each In the
Police Court to-day.
IS THKRF. A nP.VH.f
A child once said: " Why don't God
kill the devil?" Come and hear what
James II. Cole, of New York, has to
say about It. Laihln Theatre, Sunday,
4 P. M. Free. ?
lied Wednesday morning, was held yes?
terday morning at 11 o'clock, from the
residence of his brother-in-law, It T.
Minor, at Forest Hill. The services
were conducted by the P.ov. k. Ernest
Warren, rector of the Meade Memorial
Episcopal church. The builal was
!n 1 lolly wood.
Oscar Brltmer yesterday, according
to a deed of bargain and sale, admit?
ted to record in the Hustings Court,
I'art became the owner of .1 lot
fronting eighteen feet on Decutu.
.Street between Thirteenth and four
teenth, which he purchased from Mrs.
Mai Ian II. Way mack, ror a considera?
tion of |:seo.
Auto Trip tu Norfolk,
W. A. Seal and wife and W. O Cond?
ictio, and wife lale yesterday lor Nor?
folk. The trip will he mail.; via Peters?
burg by automobile. The party will
motor to Ocean View and Virginia,
Beach before returning home. They
expect to bo gone about ten days.
Play in Fnlrmoiint.
tlurk A: Co . of the Richmond League,
will play the Imperials this afternoon
at Fairmount. Tho Southslde boys will
play a double-header on the Fourth
at the Athletic Park. Fourteenth and
Everett Streets. ?
Please let me have your order for
Immediate shipment of Pulverised
Limestone. Too r.i.'.ny filir.s order*
for f 111ino shipment.
Respect f ullv.
W. r. CVLBE'RT.
.? 1 - ? - - . _.-. j
ill of July
CHESAPEAKE AND (inio RAILWAY,
Tickets sold from and to all station,.
July -'. 3 and t. Good until .1 triv i.\
ROUND TRIP RATES TO BBASHI 'RE:
Newport News. $n.o0: Old Point,'
$8.40; Norfolk, S3.IS; Virginia Beach.
Tliree fast trains leave Richmond t
I 9 A. M . 1J noon, 4 P. M.
The Popular Rout,- to the Coast.
KLOO EXCURSION, .11 LV 4.
I Among the curious Christmas pres?
ent!, or this year will be one for a man
of national reputation, which has been
all year in the making.
Way last January the present was
decided upon, and u friend of the prom?
inent gentleman requested the Hurrellu
Press Clipping Buieau, ot New York,
to wutch every paper In America and
to take vip every Item which appeared
concerning the man.
The clipping bureau people followed
Instructions, and now present the his?
tory of ono year in lht> lifo of this
The history ends Just nfter election,
! ?nd tho 20.G4:: newspaper Items found
i include everything from a tnreo-line
editorial mention to full-page Illus?
trated stories. These have been mount?
ed on a,-100 great sheets of Iriah liner,
paper und bound into three massive
At the head of each Item is Use nams
and dato of paper clipped from, ttilr
Information having been put in with a
book typewriter. Tho words thus in,
I scrtcd amount to 153,252.
In actual time, a very strict record
of which has been kept, ttie work has
I required sixty-four working days
i .hroughout the year, and has kept in
employment .during that tlmo thirty
people, at readers, clippers sorters,
I mounters and binders. Every news
I paper of Importance is represented.
This is merely a specimen of some ol
tho unique orders which get Into the
I Burrelle Bureau, for the extent to
which clippings are used by individuals
snd by bujl: ess concerns seems to be
There are many people in private as
well ns In public lifo who need pres;
clippings nnd don't know it. It tnigt/i
be well for them to look up this mail
Burrelle, who is said to be so w 1
knowti that a letter simply addres' M
"Burrelle, New York." will reach i fl
tvitb no delay. mk