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E?er\) woman?vacationists in particular?will appre?
ciate reductions like these, that permit the buying of two
garments at the original price of one:
$7.50, $9.50 and $1 1.50 Dresses
Fine Lingerie Dresses, in
twenty different styles; about
fifty in the lot; but not all sizes
of a kind. These arc beauti?
fully trimmed garments, some
with fine laces, others with em?
broidery, or both. Originally
S7.50 io $8.00.
F o r ly-i w o High-Glass
Dresses of pure linen, espongc,
pique and tissues, representing
our entire stock, of which sizes
are somewhat broken. Xot a
dress in this' lot is worth less
than SS.00, some as much as
$11.50. All are.
Cin ELECTORATE 1
INCREASED BY 15
Judge Waddill Issues Naturaliza?
tion Papers to Record Batch
As the result of a citizenship cam?
paign Inaugurated by the Italian
American Political Club, nine subjects
..f King Victor Kmanuei yesterday re?
nounced their allegiance to lllc Italian
sovereign an<i received at the hands
of Judge Edmund Waddill. Jr., in the
i nitcd States District i-'ouit. paper*)
Entitling them t" the fun rights of
Prattle Fertahdinl, one of the lead
spirits (.1 tlie club, who piloted I
(he party through the pitfalls of the |
United States naturalization depart-,,
ment, stated yesterday that every ..no
of the nine would vote In the coming" j
Administrative Board election.
In addition td the nine Italians,
citizenship pariert wen issued to four
Russians, one Hungarian and one |
Englishman. TJtt? batch of fifteen was
the largest to be naturalized it one
time In recent years Nntu'rallisalion
Commissioner ''. T. Moore came db'wn
::: Washington yesterday 'to t.ee I
that every one of the would-be cit?
izens compiled with the eligibility rc- i
i.eml Looking C'rotvd.
?acli of ihc applicants declared un?
til - path to Clerk Joseph P. Brady, of
the United States District, that he
renounced all allegiance t,> the ebv
? ? .-'it under iylioie rule ho was born:
? ..? h? h id i., dfhtiatibii oi symapthy
with any anarchistic organizations,
;.,i;: that he yi'ould .-upport the Constl
tution ol Hie VjiUed' States under any
'\ most likely looking bunch,"
commented Judge Waddill. 'and I be?
lieve they will all make good cltl
I i r? wer? Kne-n CVose. Olympio )I;i
? hid. Flbblahl Ansrelo, Ferrticclo I."g
i if,)!, l it it ,ip Domenico Dlmnrco, An
io Lazzuri Giovanni Oobettl, An
- noh Fisher, Isidore Lowlnsohn. Jo
WOOD TO ENTER APPEAL
Attorney* l ib- inn of Evcrplleua tu Convlc
lb,n of Distillers.
CONWAY SENT ON
ll, Iii t,.r Grand Jurj for \--.: u
lll|MIN?l?lll)ilM?i i ,m i i ?? i
Do not wait till you have a large
amount to deposit, but start now.
Once you icquire the habit of sav?
ing you will continue to add.
EXPLOSION OF Oil
CAUSES ?GLV FIRE
Two Negroes Burned, Fireman,
Overcome and Property Dam?
aged to Extent of $1,500.
Two negroes wore burned, one fin
inun was overcome aii'J property dam
ago estimated at $1,500 Wits done by
fire yesterday afternoon caused by it
gasolene explosion In the cleaning and
pressing establishment ?.1 .!. w. \Vise
man, 2404 Hoist Broad Street. What
caused the expl?S'ph was not known.
William Small;', colored, or 1011 North
First Street, and .Marcellus Pelham,
colored, of lino North Second. Street,
were at work In the near of the place
I at the time. Tin Harnes which .sud?
denly enveloped them burnt both arms
I of each titan from the wrists to tin;
shoulders. They wire unable to toll
what caused the ignition of the nil.
Engine Company No. l responded to
n Mill alarm, and when it arrived,
with Captain Norman In- .barge, he
feared a serious conllugratlon and
turned In a general alarm. Acting
I Assistant-Chief Flgg responded with
other npparatus und he Immediately
Sounded n, second alarm, bringing ap?
paratus from the Western district.
The Are was hoi subdued until uenr
ly an hour. The rear portion of Wise?
man's place was burned to the ground
.1. ! tin fltltni'S Spread 10 the residence
of .Mrs. Relee M. Schmidt, 2(40S Easi
Broad Street, damaging the tipper
back porch and a bath room. The loss
there will probably be several hundred
dollars, coyere.d by Insurance, it i
not known whether Mr. Wiseman 's
protected by insurance; He U* now out
.it' town on ltls vacation;
When ti..- blaze was at its wotst.
Fireman Heyct ICntz wtts overcome by
smoke. II.> Had to be carried from the
bul Id ins. It was at first thought that
Ii.- bad sustained fatal Injuries, but be
responded to oxygen gas, which was
administered to him by Dr. William II.
Parker, and will recover.
The dr'u;g store of C W. Baton, 210'"?
East Broad Street, was also slightly
damaged by the tire, the flames eating
away it portion or n window frtttrit h
LEAVE CITY HOME
! Drs. Geisinger and Goode Re
j sign to Serve as Instructors
at University College.
> At a meeting of Hie Council Com
I mitt?? ? a Iii f of '! i Poor last night
Itopti i. ib. L'nlvi rslty College of Mod
llelne engaging to appoint aeeeptable
I meti t" :.ll the vacancies. Botrt of tile
? young physicians have been appointed
Medicine. Dr. George Ben .1.'11:1x101],
of (hi Ir
GOING INTO CAMP
Richmond drays Will Take
Train To-Night for Mt.
PARADE ON BROAD STREET
Cool Weather Reported From
Encampment, and Blankets
Kour companies of the First Vir?
ginia infantry, composing the Rich?
mond battalion of that regiment, will
lcavo the city from Elba Station at
0 o'clock to-ulKht for the jolut mauoou
vre camp at Mt. Gretna. Pa. They will
arrive in camp at 7 o'clock to-mor?
Other companies of the First In
fantry will mobilize at Staunton, aal
the SccouU Iufautry will move
through the Valley. The Fourth in?
fantry will go by boat from Norfolk
to Washington, and will reach camp
llve hours later than the men of tic
March on Broad street.
The l"r3t Battalion, or -Richmond
Grays, w'll assemble at the Seventh
Street armory at 0 o'clock this after?
noon. The next two hours will be
spent In final packing of supplies nnd
in loading on wagons. At S>:15 o'clock
the march to Elbu Station will be
taken up. Kessnlch's Band will head
the procession, and the four companies
?A, B, G and 1", will he followed - \
the quartermaster nnd commissary
wagons. The entraining will be quick?
Major Lawrence T. Price will com?
mand tho battalion. With h'm will
be the members of his Htaff?First
I... utonant Charles Pnead. Battalion
adjutant; Second Lieutenant II. i".
Levering, battalion quartermaster and
commissary, and Sergeant-Major
Chdikley The regimental hospital
corps, headed by Major J. Fulmftr
Bright and Captains Marstellcr and
Cook, will go With the party to-night.
The company commanders are: A,
Captain W. A. Herbert, Lieutenants
rCrausse and Cherry; B. Captain \V.
A. Stack. Lieutenants Malhpws and
Chapman; C, Captain C. B. Cotllborne
and Lieutenants Dashlell and Splatt;
F, Captain A. B. Cousins and Lieutenant
Peters. With F Company will also
go Captoln Charles M. Wallace, a ting
t ooi Weather < amp.
From all accounts, the men will get
a cool reception at Mt. Gretna. Those
already on the ground tell of the ab?
solute necessity for wann sleeping
clothes, arid of the need for two
blankets. The thermometer at .".
o'clock yesterday morning stood at 50
degrees, and In the middle of the after?
noon yesterday It had only climbed to
68, Men Insufficiently provided with
warm clothing will suffer from cold.
The Virginia Brigade will be In camp
close to the railway station. The camp
is on a lake, where there Is boating
and swimming. All tho men are ad
vlsed to take bathing suits.
Colonel Cecil, the commander ? ? f the
j post, Is a Virginian and a relative of
1 Rev. Russell Cecil. I), p., pastor Of
the Second Presbyterian Church, of this
this city. The regular troops In camp
are the Twoiity-n'nth Infantry, a
I squadron of cavalry and a battalion
of Meld hrtllery wh'le. besides the
I three Virginia regiments, there will
be two tcglnvnt-- of militia from West
V'rglnia. An army held hospital COrPS
is stationed at the camp entrance.
l,rirac Liirolim-ni of I'upllH Vnxlotin to
\,l\ mice llitpldl} .
The vacation schools, opened under
direction ol S'uporintondeni .). A. c. j
ChBiidlor, reported an enrolment yes-I
torday 6g 137 pupils, nr. Chandler an-I
nounced thn'l to*day and td-mor'rdw"
would l" the last days for enrolment
The bourse lo intended for backivard
child r< n who failed to make the r,
qulred course; those who, because of
sickness or absence, ivero prevented
from atti ndlng during the session, and
those well advanced children who. by
taklug n (juriimer course, may he ad?
vanced a f ill grade, thus snvlnir half
a year In tu.- total period of then pub.
Iii hool ? dtic.ttlnn.
I'mir Ftnuers < rushed.
.T V Friih. who lives near stop No I
ou ijie Richmond1 Petersburg divlsori
of the Virginia Railway and I'OWeir
Company, had four fingers of hi? right
hand crushed yesterday wri< n they
were caught in fl piece Of macbln. :,t
the plant "i the Montague ?Manufactur?
ing Company. In South Ninth Streit
lie was (rented by l>r ir T. Hawkins,
ambulance surgeon of the city Hospi?
( ut* finish tbove Bye,
While . hash ? :< trolley car In Broad
I street near BHooli Avenue yestordnj
I afternoon, r t Popes ? 1002 Rasit
Clay Street, fell nnd cut an ttuly cash
lain.vi- bis eve. The wound was sewed
up by ! ?!. 11 ?[? Hawkins, ambulance
j stir ;eon ? ? thi Clly Hospital;
vir. Harris III.
Ilarvr-y ? ; || Pirn.- 1-. extremely ill
nt h's homi liftS West Grace Street.
I Mr. Buns Is slxtv vearp old and bas
..... ? .-. ? ? ? .,..!?'.
TOLD TO DELIVER
BRIDGE 01 TIME
Emphatic Notice Served by Com?
mittee on 1. J. Smith & Co.,
? ? Contractors.
WHOLE WORK FAR BEHIND
Contract Will Be Forfeited li
Better Speed Is N'ot Made in
Completing Structure. i
Emphatic notice was served on Con-i
tractor J. J. Smith In t night by the
.Mayo Bridge subcommittee of the Coun?
cil Committee on Street's that hu would
be expected to live up to the terms of
bis contract In rcgai i to'timo of com?
pletion. The new br: is now far be?
hind contract time, though engineer!
who have examined tin work state that
up to this time the work done is en |
tiieiy satisfactory. I
Under the contra t for the new j
bridge, signed July 17, 1911, the con?
tracting flrni was g i. u .".>".."> working i
days. When one ? ir hod rolled
around, City Engineer Boiling oxam-'
incd tlio work and :? ted it. only 30
per cent, complete. Winter weather,
storms. Know, freshet) ind other con?
ditions had Intervent d to the extent of
four months, and oti the Buggcstolh of
Mr. Boiling it was I ? < matter of j
record that the contractors bad four j
months from July IT In which to finish
the work, subject to further extensions
for ba.l weather during that period.
After that period there is provided
In the contract a 'pen ilty of $10 day
for each day that the Ity Is kept out
of the use of the bridge, and It t? fur?
ther provided that ,f tl:< c.intraotor
stops work or Is not prosecuting It in
a manner satisfactory ? ? t:.e City Engl
nerr, the City Engineer is empowered
to go on tho Job and hIn men and ma- I
chlnery to complete the work or to
sublet the contract, all charges to he,
made against the original contractor
because of his fallur? to complete it
in the specified time.
Councilman- Jones brought the mat?
ter be for* the eommltte' lust night
saying that a great b irdcn was belns ,
id.iced on pedestrian! and owners of |
teams to have to hinke the detou.'j
across the old Free Bridge and that |t?
had cost the city $12,500 In tiie past I
two years to keep that t ittering struc- I
ttire open to travel. Chder the circum?
stance he thought the ity had no right
to bc lenient with ., dilatory contrac?
tor, who has worked only a small force
on n large undertaking and who. after
a year's time, has only partially con?
structed the northern half of tho bridge
between the Richmond shore and
Mayo's Island! leaving the longer south,
crn half of the undertaking untouched.
The committee unanimously adopted
his motion instructing the City Engi?
neer to notify Contractor Smith thnt
the city will expect the bridge to be
delivered 6n conract tlmei under the
full terms of the periatlly clauses in
tiie contract. Including the clause
which forfeits the contract and author?
izes the City Engineer to complete the
work at the expense of the contractor
Mr. Joiics thought it was fair to the
contractor to give hltn ample notice of
t! ? ? Ity'S Intention, so that he could
hot claim at the last moment that he
had not been notified.
Tiie committee referred to the City
Engineer for report the question of
laving the bridge paving on a concrete
foundation, at additional cost, and also
certain questions relative to laying
street car trrickg'over the bridge. It
e as stated that the Virginia Rallwa;
and Power Company is required to op?
erate cars over the bridge as soon as It
is opened, it? franchise granted for the
old Mayo Bridge being only held In
abeyance because of tiie unsafe con?
dition of the old structure, and the
question at I ic is whether tiie CiPT
shall lay ami own tiie rails across the
bridge, charging the company it yearly
ton f?f their use, or whether the bridge
shall be treated simply as a city Btreoi
in which citHi the Btreet car company
must lay the tracks and must also lay
and ropati the paving between the
tracks and :'? l two feet on either side
\ lei I.f llabbll 1>ok?.
Arthur Johnson, colored, who .-.as
chased last Thursday for disorderly
conduct at tiie Katr Grounds, and was
treed In o I ivamp by two savage H.-n
rlci county hound dogs, was sentenced
to thlr.ty days In fall by Magistrate
I- iryeor In the Heiirlco county Justice's
Court yestordayi Arthur pays a tribute
? to the hound dogs In proclaiming
! them Ihc soli ca ise of his appreheh
' sloh. lint for thent, he Would hav..
in a i loan getaway. Tho dogj,
which have been successfully used :'.>r
rabtit hunting nil their lives, belong
t . Ebben Thorp.
Loses Mix Hand.
Simeon Dun nn, colored, was badly
hurt yesterday ivhen his hand whs
caught in moving machinery while ut
work fit tin Richmond Forging Cor?
poration ? ;. ii ;.t Acca Hr. Ii. T.
11 aw It I ns, ambuinnco surgeon of the
City llospitci) responded to an timer.
y nail, anil removed Duncan t<> the
t ispltal it o is necessary to amputate
, hi?ri than one-half of his hand.
"-ii> i lu-5 Were Disorderly,
John Ryall anil w. C. Brooks, young
white men wen arrested yesterday by
rark Policeman .1 I Butler for being
drunk ai d disorderly In Gamble's 11111
ran:. At tili Second Police Station
both were balled
The TAX Man
! a regular visitor, and very often finds
] many <>! us unprepared. Prepare for the
lux Man and meei lam with a smile, as
you can also meet the insurance man and
others you arc bound lo pay. More than
r-:-7< L\.,:*r-'v-'..) halt of the battle <>\ lit'.- won by being
" '? ? Fixed when the time comes. It will be
a great satisfai lion to. know that you
:-uj_ Fixed Yourself. Lei the
IK itfi 4;1 :
AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
OF RICHMOND, VIRGINIA,
be \<>Tir ally in paying tiff everj day expenses, meeting any spc
< i d expense with your reserve fund, and at the same lime add?
itiv: to \our surplus fund l<>i future iise. Lei us give YOU and
> I >l R MONEY
SECURITY AND SERVICE.
NOTICE IS ISSOED
FOR TAX HEARINGS
Railroads and Other Corporations
Will Appear Before
LINK IN CAPITAL HIGHWAY
Contract Let lor Section of Rich?
mond-Washington Road?Rev- J
cnue Men Delinquent.
Annual hearings for tho purpose of
flx'ilK tho valuation of property of pub?
lic service corporations will bo held
by the State Corporation Commission ,
early tu September. At these hearings
representatives of the companies ap?
pear before the commission. make
statements when they wish the as?
sessments reduced, ani combat the j
suggestions of the commit-Ion as to
So far there has been no manifest
intention to Increase the basic assess?
ment of the property of railroads,
which was Increased two years ago
from $1.100 to $20.000 the mile on j
single track roads, with a proportion- I
ate raise on double tracks and on
minor lines. It Is. of courso, possible
that the commission may think tho
railroads should pay yet mere, in view
of the bumper crops and Increased ton?
The tax sittings of 1512 will be held
In the offices of the commission on
September n. :. and 6. The specified
purpose Is to ascertain and assess the
value of the properties of railroads
and other public service corporations j
for the current year. Any rUIz-n of
the Stato may appear and wi|l i.o heard.
Steam railroads and the Pullman Com?
pany will bo heard on September
with a continuance to the next day
if necessary; e>ctri.- railroads, light,
h?at and power companies, pas com?
panies and water companies, on Sep?
tember a: telegraph and telephone com?
panies, canal companies, steamboat
companies ar.d express companies, on
All the tnx reports of railroad com?
panies must he tiled with the clerk
of the commission by August 1*.. uhd
those of other public service corpora?
tions by September, on blanks already I
forwarded by the commission.
PART OF BIG HIGHWAY
< nntractn Cuter Portion of Rlehmnnd
Contracts have just been let by the
State H'ghway Commission for the
construction of two pieces of road In
i Stafford county, each ten miles tn
I length, one of which will eventually
become part of the Richmond-Wash?
ington highway. One of the roads
j leads from Krcderlcksburg toward
Warronton, in the direction of th
Katiqulcr county line, while tho other
will run from Krcderlcksburg towards
Good roads bu'ldlng is in Hie ii.'
in the northeastern pan of Stati
! In addition to the campaign in Car; -
Una for n bond issue, which culmi?
nated In the election yesterday, ln
trrett is hcltiir shown In other coun?
A road which Is to be another feeder
to Richmond, and a help to a now
suburb, will bo begun next month by
; the Chesterfield county con - let road
force. This toad Is to run between
the south end of the Southampton
Rrlige to connect with the Midlothian
On August 10, the convict road force
at work nt Damascus, in Washington
county, w-'il be moved to Bristol, to be?
gin work on tho roads leading north?
ward from that city.
Many Coinmlaslonem of Revenue, \s
Unuul, Behind urn, HnoU?,
I l'Ifty-one Commtss'oneri of i;> ?? ti ?
j In this Stale have not sent |h their
books for 1912, and ar>- to bt ? iljcd
I to account by th' Auditor. Letters
I were sent out yesterday to o..ch (ii -
I ltn<|uent, demanding that the book* hi
1 promptly forwarded, with tiie alternd
tive of Immediate enforcement of the
, penalties provided by law.
The' work of tiie Auditor's office ha?
been hampered every year by the
laxity of Commissioners of the Ri ve?
nue, who delay transmit tai of their
books. Th's prevents prompt cheek?
ing up. find delays the publication
the annual report.
Xearl.i .vono Automobiles.
Up to the closing hour yesterday a
total of 4,964 automobile licenses had
I been Issued for 1912 by tho Seert-tar.v
j of the Commonwealth This is t,,.
j beyond last year's tot.il. with more
I than five months to come,
Reward for Convict.
Governor Mann offered a reward of
$59 yesterday for the apprehension of
Sodden Pointlcxteri convicted of the
attempted murder of Sheriff a. m
N'ush. of l.o is.-i county; Tille man was
given five years in the penitentiary.
ONLY ONE PASSED
Richmond College Faculty Puz?
zled by Poor Showing of Its
For Komp reason which remains ?
mystery to President Bontwrlght arid
the law faculty ..i Richmond i oliegc.
cvehy graduate from the law school
of that institution with lh< exception
of one. failed to make the Btat Board
examination h< id at Roanoke last
month. Duly one of the thirteen who
received degrees was granted ! i ?
to practti r
While the percentage of failure's
among the graduates of the other
State Institutions was by no means to
hlfth. it was largf enough lo a?:r.i t
comment Washington und l.ce. which
has for years Icinsted that every pn< ,f
Its graduates make the State Boatd,
wrs disappointed In Heyen degree m ri
who failur.ed id maki th<- required
avcragt Of a class of thirty-six from
the University of Virginia, twclv fill?
ed at RoahokO. Of the total number 61
Hi from all the college's, lifty-two, 01
scarcely half of those wno took the
examination were granted license,
t nii nni Es pin In I allures,
"I am certainly unable to explain
the large percentage nf failures from
Richmond ClllCge," said Ocan Waltet
P. McNeill, of the Richmond college
I.aw School, yesterday. "As far as I
know the State Board hns this yeat
mad" no Increase In the requirement*
tor admission to the bar In general
terms, the examlnat'on was the tarib
as that of previous years.
'"Neither can It be accounted for b>
any .hange In our method of inst;
tlon, That -has also remained the
same. The fact Is that we never teacl
our students with the idea of maktnti
the State Board examination. We tri
to train thent to tbJr.k. Our oxamtn
otlon questions are framed with th
Idea of bringing out the power with!:
a man to think for himself and t<
reason out tnines The State Boart
examination if naturally more t-ate
gorlcal, Th' n 1>Ilit>? to pass this er
Utnlnatlon rests largely with the In
AT PICNIC TO-DAY
No Repetition of Conduct Which
Marred Last Year's Po
There will b< no repetition to-day of
the conduct which last year marred
the annual police barb.cue at th'- Btata
Fair Grounds, Chief of police Werner
said yesterdaj afternoon that he hoal
?iclalled some r.f bis own ofllcers to
preserve older, and gambling In any
form will hot he permitted. County
Magistrate, T, .1. Puryear and a squad
of Henflcd police will be on hand t,.
enf. order, and any offenders will
; he token before the magistrate for the
I Immediate disposal of their cases
Sergeants Matthews and Marrin will
enforce this regulation; as well as the?
? i , i ro'hibitihg the admission of
! muiois to the grounds.
Everything is In tine shape for an
auspicious opening bright and early
this morning'. Yesterday afterrioih
I ?chef lohn Huffy had nearly four
I hundred gallons of brunswlek stew on
1 t he fir, .
A la-rro detail of officers had a busy
It! last night at the grounds get
| ting everything in readiness for to
"i> It was certain that most of them
would bo busy until daybreak. Though
I hard worked, most of them appeared
? to enjoy the task assigned them, and
Went about it with unusual cheerful?
ness, All knew that they were work
j ins In a good cause?for the henctlt
! . r the Police Boncvokihi Association.
the First English Lutheran and the
Bethlehem Lutheran Sunday Schools
I will unite to-morrow In a Joint ex
; curslou to Buckroe Reach, carrying
I down a larsrc number of the members
I of both congregations and their
fi le nds.
Not Safe to Laugh at Neighbor s Hat
Though Woman Accused Claimed
to Be Smiling at Cat, She
Must Pay Fine.
If you Were to buy with n p< rfi c(
o>c for lust-- u swell lid from u><: most
fashionable Paris atelier, and if. with
this modert creation of flowers and,
plumage on your head, your neighbor
out of pure envy. Were to gr. et your
passage with hilarious laughter, would
not this cause you 16 seek the .tolace ol
a police warrant against the offender
Such a rase was revealed before Mag?
istrate Puryear in the llcnrlco count)
Justice's court yesterday, when Mrs
Lester Matthews, of Happy Hollow, In
the Farrandsvllle district, on tho <; ?v
ernmenl rtodd; made complaint against
Mrs. Joseph Martin for continued rail?
lery at her whenever she passed by on
the way to town.
Mrs. Matthews testified that no mut?
ter how perfect her attire or faultless
her embellishments, Whenever shi
passed Mrs. Martin's house she was sure
to be humbled by cuchliinations of mer?
riment, liven the intest mod., front
New York did not stiiiid a chance of
escaping the neighborly seiib? Of hu?
mor. an<l tii.- neatest riding habit was
sure to be ridiculed with unrestrained
peals of amusement. Honestly, if Mrs.
Matthews had ever dared to uon one
of those hobble Bkirts. Mr? Martin
would hove died laughing right In her
Matters reached a climax Saturday
afternoon, when Mrs. Mattchv.'s ..amr
by for an after!.h stroll, It may hav
lieeh a pi tilt m< ssallno over tulle or a 1
penti do chbnc with pearl trimmings;
but it tickled Mrs Maita.':; ilslbles
mightily, ana Mrs Mutthows flushed
?it:, rlghtcduH Indignation, 11? r hus?
band heard thp shouts of derision, and.
divining the cause, hurried to denial"
an explanation Mrs. Martin said that
she ?ms only laughing at a "cut" play
llig in her front yard, bit as this was
ambiguous, thought Mr. Matthews, lie.
swore "Ul ?' warrant against Mrs. Mar?
tin and was in tuTn summoned lb ap?
peal lor using abusive language,
Magistrate Puryear lined both par?
ties $.'? and coats for disorderly con
i duet, and cautioned them to obej hence?
forth the biblical maxim requiring
! neighbors to live together In unity.
I The following murrlugi license! were is?
sued yesterday in the Clerk'? office of the
Husum?- Court: Prank P Merello and
Willie A Gregory; Barl Bisch and Pearl
Brown; Alarr v. Maynnrd. of Mecklenburg,
and l\la il. Baraett, of tint cltv.
SUITS WORTH UP TO $30.00
Our Clearance Sale offers unusual opportuni?
ties?every suit in the sale desirable and represents
the in best tailoring.
ITALIANS TO HEAR
Hold Political Meeting To-Night.
Many Appointments ior
Both Congressman John Lamb and
t- rmer Governor A. J. Montague win
Qppear to-night al Fraternity Halt to
Address the Italian Club of Richmond.
While at in.- beginning of the cam?
paign, th..- candidates for Congress
mad- spi o.-hes fitim the same platform,
this has not been the case In recent
Weeks, and their appearance to-night
t\lli be of Interest. Candidates for tie
r>dm!nlstrative Foard have, also been
n.v.t. l to sp'ak to the Italians.
Governor Montague spent ycatcrdey
at Goochland. lie met many of the
citizens, and spent a day of hand
'"apt.tin Lamb spoke at New Kent
Court House yesterday, lie will make
an address !?! Barton Helarhts to-mor
row r.lsiit. and will speak to th* North
vide Democratic Club, of Lee Ward at
Fraternity Hall Friday night.
The latter part of the week will be
devoted by Governor Montague to
speeches in the cistern oount'e-s. He
will be at Williamsburg Friday night,
in Tbann .Saturday afternoon, and at
Norgl Saturday r.lgl.t.
Special efforts are being put forth
by the fri'V.' of G'/vernor Montague
to Insure the success 6t the meeting
to be held ;t> hin behalf at the City
Auditorium next Tuesday night, His
speech on that occasion will be his
r-al address of the campaign. A Isrga
crowd In exp. ctcd.
HER CASE CONTINUED
Miro, Altered ? Kidnapper." Relrand
on Hei Own Recognisance.
Marlon SUco, in* attractive choir
?.? Chept?rfl?ld county. ??? arralgnia
lie* Court yesterday morning on th?
c of aliductns Anita Ma*' r'lll.on. tha
.n-year-oM daughter of 11 H. Stllabn,
I powhatan Street. The young woman
?i??d or ^nitcinc the child away from
Jther ar.d placing her aboard a tram
her !?> Mrr Sttleon. who n divorced
her husband In Mo::nt Pleasant.
Th e warralt fur her arrest was'
out by Sir. Ktllsor.. who has been
In Richmond levnral am At t!i?i
it of l'oni.no:iwoi:t!i-<-,Mt(:s'-y Mlr.t.
Koikes. Justice Crutulineld continued
?se until August I! He released ? it
oh her en n recognizance, It is the
of Mr Fnlkes to obtain tome In'orma
'torn Michigan repsr'Hn* lb* ca??
fnilmtnt *?i Issued to :
je T?tt A- Sons Ilm
J. W. Ilutler, president i Thomas Dru:
motid. vice-president, W A I'helpi. secu
mrv md treasurer-all of Rl< hmond
Vlr(ln|a and Vermont band und I-lcve'.c
ment Company t|nc.) Grottoes, Va. j,
Bli op, president: R. T, Dobney, iecr?|ai
A S, RUrd-al' of >>-? York Cap'.t?
Maximum, Ill.toO. minimum, J3.W. f>bjt"
Iteal estate bualneae.
Petersburg Dairy Company 'Inc >. Pete
burs. Va It, T Young, president; Ot
Jone,, secretary and treaaurer. both of I
leriburg: 1" F. Rennte, Richmond. Ca
Ital: Maximum, 110.040: minimum, HO.t-V
VV klnson-Matihews Company (lac
Bristol. Vs. J. 11 Matthew?, pr's.-l.
Damaacus. Va.: George M. Warren, leci
tary. K. H IV klr.s.-.n. \ !<-e.president, I5r
tol. Va Capital: .Maximum. IM.400: mil
mum. ftt.QOO. Object: Lumber business.
Mir rioea to Jail.
e.ira Merrett, cr.'ored. whs sent to
for four months yesterday morning in
liee '''>u.-t for swaini*- a quantity of rl<
Int from Ella llr.r.Her.
John Purch vni lined l"0 and costi
assaulting Willie Lives with a brick.
Rates to points North and West by rail
RICHMOND TRANSFER COMPANY,
SOJ Fast M.iin Street.
The paper that gives lncr?asc-d ef?
fectiveness at no additional cost.
B. W. Wilson Paper Co.,
For Best Results
to Your Collars
The Royal Way
Your collars go on a ring and arc
moulded into shape, leaving ample room
mi that the tic rlips freely.
Call Monroe 1958 or 195?.
M, I!. Fl?rsheim, Proprietor,
All N. Seventh Street.
Get the tried and true kind?
G. M. Co.'s "Pearl"
It is the best at the price.
Gordon Metal Co.,