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ulnrM Office.VC B. Main 'tr. ?t
11th Klrhmonfl.10:0 Hull fitreet.
feribu.-j: liurfBU_10J N. Sycamore Street.
ochburif B?rau...>1( ElRhth Street.
BT MAIL One Fix Thr.T Onn
fosTisor paid Year Mo* Moi ilo
with Sunday.$610 jxoo H M
without Funday.... t.?> 1.0? 109 .3$
y ?dlilon only. :.00 1.? .M
y tWcdnffday). IN .10 M ...
|By Timet-Dlspaleh Carrier Delivery Fer
ee Id Richmond <nnd mbtirbs) and Te
r?burs? One Wo? k
ally with Funlny. cent*
illy without Sunday. 10 cents
indav on v . * cents
Un>lt M-1 It \ l it I. BOA KB ri.IT
"Th-" choice of live men for the Aa
? ilnlstrai v. Board Is not a matter of
; ir:< :it. Ii must j
id constructive lines.
l?oh personal prefer
. or private inter, 11. j
itil ?:? BB 111 the best j
Prosperity, growth and happiness
fI:o-;;t be entrusted with a task t
.?"ill demand vision. Initiative. .
and published statements by them-i
selves and by their friends, they have |
mad. no dr dnlti promise or what they'1
Intend 16 do lo help Richmond. Their!
what help Richmond can give them
hnybody. Richmond Is seeking to help
what these candidates have done, and
what t hey propose to do. Mere auto- '
gent voting. The record that the com- ;
rhunity want? to read and .iudgc Is that !
of accomplished facts, improvements
secured for the city, intelligence aiid |
ability manifested in unniistakabli
deeds. Moreover. >t device* to i<Ui?.v
e or platform, of their nml.'
- Richmond, and what specific
hi generalization, hut specl
Whethcr you agree with
?tain measures and methods. !
h" tone of the whole, 't throws :
upon the fitness of the man;
Hill I IMI Tl I VXIC 11 BI'ORT.
servatlsrn ahrl tin
ally in whltowaa
for a failure to llvi tip lo the i
riealiv hut th?re are deepci
to light by the widely rldi
Investigation under the direction oil
Senator Smith. The ladt of <.,., know
ledge displayed by the Michigan lay?
man was amply made up for |.. ? ..
earnestness, courage and rjulck .vlgt
lance. Without his searching activity
It Is doubtful whether tine present in?
quiry w ould ha', e 1 ? ? :. complete ? ;
Put the essential result of both in
vestlgntton* "'Ii b< ineanure? to sare
guard ocean travel In Ho- future. The
Rrlllkh court recommends that a con?
tinuous wireless uervlce he enforced
that auMcUiiil lifeboats rot <v.iv pas
ton r, er ,i!.d in. rrtbei oi iii. . pew be pro?
vided on tite tiasin of number* *nd n?i
of tonnage, that Pftlcleni ..mi.* aim
watches be required, and that mote
and i" tier arranged watertight com
part moms be hullt In all ocean liners.
The specific cause ?'f the catastrophe
I? assigned to the excessive speed at
w hich the y< ssel was driven, coupled
with an inadequate lookout, it is dilti,
cull to see how this can be regulated.
Public wished hove dictated the speed
mania, and only by public opinion can
it be curbed. The rinding that the
lout, pursued was reasonably sate
with proper vigilance seems rtlsproven
by the fads that all transatlantic
travel since the wreck has been sent
along the Bafer southern ro?to, ana
that there have been led accidents; to
vessels Insisting upon following the ?
old course .\ noteworthy opinion ot
the new report is thai the litter fan
fornla was culpable for its failure to
respond tu signals thai it admittedly
saw. Certainly this form ot inhuman
carelessness can be remedied. Laws
should require prompt and unswerving
assistance from every boat within
reach at the danger Call Irom dis?
tressed vessels. With the Investigat?
ing li?db s of both nations a practical
unit upon the reforms needed. It should
be a matter of immediate attention t>>
nppl.v the lessons so cruelly learned
the safety of ocean travel In the tu
TUM IMIAVIJIt OP SOUTH CAltOMNA.
of all the columns upon columns
that hnvi bi ? ri tvritti n itboiit the sham,,
of South Carolina, nothing hns so ex- ]
pressed the agonized longings <>f the ;
hetti f people fuc Palmetto Slate for
a :,. ?v order of Illings than the follow
Inn prayer from the Fountain Inn Trl
Almlghty (Sod. maker of heaven and
earlli, ruler of nations and guide to i
governments, heir our prayer tor
Wi feel that we have come to i hart- i
liig ot the ways: thai we must either |
I cause our hearts and lake tr.it rtlg
ged. unbroken path which bads to]
ivobler and better tolnirs. or .1--.. ne-l
cept the coward's part ami drift rtijwn j
Iii. l?roiid mid easy highway that bad-,
ti, tin ml re of Intellectual stugnaltoh
and moral degeneracy.
We have been contonUto drift The
times have cried tor men and lor |
moral courage, and we have laughed
und said: "H is none of our business."
Our government his been wrested out
of our hnnds by ihe unscrupulous and ?
Tin goddess of law has been torn
frotli ???!' pedestal and lies huddled at I
it- feel, hiding h"i face from the world. I
Men have no respect for her or for Jus
lice. Justice has been cheated by
inttiliey and political favoritism.
Our noble State, that once I'd a
nation, O.lir Slate that once fed the In?
tellect of a natlnnnl House and a na?
tional S nat.- nui Stale- has become a
hj word and .1 I Isslng.
Put her. we arc shamed before the
people? of the Werl.', and the glory tint
uns once ours '.'as departed from us.
Have fricrcy op thy people.
We do Hol pray for th.- success or ,
failure of any in.in foi we kubw that
T iottl not consider men. We pray |
lot cleannes; in the hearts of Thy flico
j'lli We pray that they may nwake to
the v.,st responsibility thai rests upon
them, that they may become honorable
in honoring the laws of their State
r;ive tjiem wisdom. Father, t't it they
nitty i?dee nrluht. Help them to choos,. I
for I'lovernor of South ('a r ? ?) i ni the;
nian who In Thy sight Is best titled for
Give to the people moral strength,
? ?.; thev may not he l"d or driven like
flocks of si eeo. '.hat they may not ?('
epi e filial 'aid absolute ihe opinions
of any otlirc,. man. hat may iwe that In?
tellect which Thou gavest them.
Tench tliem, Thou Clod of Wisdom,
lhat no man I- ns great as a State,
thai no indivlilatil Is bigger tiran n prlti
ifelp them to understnnd that
the cvteM now under way I? not a con?
test between then, hut a choice between
moral progress and moral degeneracy.
Father, impress upon their hearts the
Icirihlc need of better t'Umrs. of simple
honesty, ..f broader education, of finer
riior ' -standards, Grant to us all the
patience to unit, the patience arid the
;i tge to work without ceasing for
tli- redemption of South Carolina rind
tlje uplifting of her people
Remember Thou our weakness and
.i- i w.tv if* gently. Tench us wisdom.
? eh os i>i,. k-?ivs of righteousness,.
I'r.ve mere- on The people, T.ord. Amen
' Th.. terrible i of better things, of
mpl< honesty, of broader education,
of finer iiioral standards"?that I.? me
true ^resentment of South Carolina's
supreme Heels rgnorahce and Immo
'''? 'V' cohirdned to keep her down
Ihe mire, .-ml the oiily solution Is
t ijrj sohoolhonso The grest uninformed
' ' I Please,
' i ?
? I ? '
"bid; Is remolding and uplift
i hi mi it wiTt of m:\vs.
Jslon might bltss a
thousand homes. 3fol with It he makes
himself a hermit In a golden desert.!
In Illinois, a man spent some years
in collecting artificial legs' in secme
one that would replace one of his own
limits. Recently he noted the similar
Plight of an old negro, aid presented
him with one of ihe useless urt'cles.
The fervent gratitude of the recipient
suggested that others would he helped
by what he had[ learned of suffering and
crippled activity, lie is now seeking
for poor men who can tire these sym?
bols of the common brnlo rhoc.i .f
Whose name will come Hist In the
VDOL.ISH Tin: i'oitii i>.\nntsi?
Much complaint has hern made In
late years us t ? the methods employed
'by Congress with reference to rivers
and harbors legislation, and !t has
sown its seel not In vain As thu
Christian Science Monitor put3 It,?'pub?
lic sentiment is running counter to a
continuance of a practice which means
in effect n division of treasury recclptn
among the congressional districts, with
little care as to how the appropriations
for real or fictitious waterway Im?
provements shall be used.'' The fit: nr.'
policy "at Washington will ho to give
less uid nnd encouragement to repre?
ss ntativos and senators who are look
in;; for rivers and harbors nppropr'a
Hons ?'merely as Sops for their d!s
trlcta and States." There has domo
upon the nation Intelligent comprehen?
sion of the national needs In water
transportation and harbor facilities,
and such understanding win to far
to check the squandering of money
upon protects proposed only for the
purpose of putting money In circula?
tion 'at homo."
Indiscriminate waterway improve?
ment hills occupy a llirge pari of the
port: barrel, and Indiscriminate publ'c
buildings appropriations rveii more. ?
There I? great abuse In the annual:
public building iftglsla.tiohi The drain
upon the treasury to supply public!
buildings for every congressional dls-|
trlct increases annually; if It continues
to prow at the pres. lit ratio, it will not
be long until the outlay for new fed?
eral buildings annually Will be In the
same enormous class w'th tho army.!
navy and pension appropriations.
Some figures from the source ottci
above will tifiord an Idea of the drift '
of things In this department of govern- .
mental activity. Prom the Inception;
of the government up to 1'j02 the total
expenditures for public buildings, out?
side of Washington, nmounted lo $ia >.
000,000. Since 1002, more public build?
ings have been constructed In thej
United States than were erected In ihe
previous 12!l yiars. The costs of these
e ulldlnga??"2.74D.r.''e?was not so large
for the reason that in the longer period
some of the greatest and most costly
federal buildings now in existence
were put up. Those included custom
houses, sub-treasuries and postofTlos
in tlie larger cities.
In li'O.S the custom of reporting >n
the House of Representatives an omni?
bus public building hill was started.
Rxttavagance in public building ar>-j
proprlntlons was woeful before that
time, int afterwards it sheit upwards]
at a fearful rat.. HVcry congressman!
and senator wishing to show what
he Could do in the matter of bringing'
public money Into his district or Slate,
sought to have his finger In the omni-1
bus measure. A rush of bills fo]-|
lowed. As against ;2i buildings al?
lowed in tii.- last decade, bills now lic-l
fore Congress provide for the building'
of "50 structures, the <ost of which
Is put at $72,000,000. If only these!
were to be erected in the next decade,
th.'- country in twenty years would
hav<- expended In thin way $ | i.OOO.OuO
more than it had expended In the pie-;
vlous l.n years. Yet 'the $72,000,000
provider] by bills pending, represents
epiily a part c.f the amount that will oe
askeel before 1JI22.
Tic who:, matter of the erection of
public buildings calls for investiga?
tion tlr.-t and reform close upon it.
In many cases, appropriations are
going to places that have no ne,-;d of
fi dcral buildings. The government
maintains a supervising architect'.!
department; bul immense sums In fees
nr.- being paid lo specially engaged
architects. Moreover, It often occurs
that a federal building costing any?
where from $1,000,000 to $:,.ono,ooo is
found to be Inadequate, for the purpose
(Or which it was designed. The recom?
mendation hhs jie'cn made that the
business of erecting public buildings
bei place d in tlie hands' of a bureau and
it ought i.i be adopted, for Congress
is Incompetent to do thin lts<df In the
j bcsl Miter..st e.f thi country. Public
'buildings ought not i" be distributed
? like corkjackeis lo the crew of a
clatmln' kin with Wood row Wilson,
nil of which shows how moelest Vir
it i:; no reflection <>n the Virginia/
farm. ;- id Imp- that Grass Pay will help
York Idea of letting the women clean
| the streets ll that they might bo con
i tent Juiat to powder them.
i The saddest Idea*connected with this
j first day Of August for the youth or
| the land Is that It Is only six weeks
I until Si hool operts again.
j As rain produc t s. tho park Panel
i the tariff measures do not seem to
j reduce the ????st of living an inch The)
i measure by marking time.
1 The- Hull Moose says that Iiis party
? is to be madi up of ex-Democrats and
' ? i Republic/aim, but at the present rate
lit looks like \r.\ \inernbcr will be
I an ex-President, r'
On the Spur of the Moment
By Roy K. Moultot:
I ACT 1.
' Her.-, by the natu- of Hill
: Loves a simple country pal
She's a pench. Her name is
vie" lll!,t miss, he surely shall
Villain wants the maiden much.
; lias her futher in his clutch,
I Mortgage on the fnrm and such,
|01d man's cheerful as a c.riiti Ii
V illain saya H she don't weil
He'll foreclose the old homestead.
i Hero hasn't g"t a red.
j TO the alt.ii- Sal is led.
'.lust before the words are npokc
Hero yi Us: 'M Know th|.) hl?ki
[ Ho'ii a slicker and lie's broki
, Him ot tne lias got to croak. '
Villain steals the gal away,
He'd weel her another day:
I Ties the hero, poor young
] To the railroad right of v..,
1 Heroine, she gets a knife,
iCtits Ho- ropes and Naves his
Then tip re crimes the deadly sti te,
To set which shall win tin wife.
Tuen there eomi s the boxln' bout,
j And the husky country lout
Knocks the villain good and cut.
And be says: "She's mine, by krout."
Hal Bays: "Though you dona me
Now to nie you do belong."
Pastor sounds the weddliig k?hs,
Lite is then one glad SWCet si life
\u i:\pcusiic Xlght.
Mr. I'ietv Hiii entered thi sleeping
room softly with his bin..- it his
band and prcpnrod to und:...- Iii the
.dark, but bis elaborate procnut'oii
1 wns all In vain. A voice [Torn the
? What time Is if."
?Well?er?," faltered Mr. Piety
J Hill as he pulled the little
? lud.ingle on the chatidcllf'.'.
I Hooded the room with light and dlk
i'losetl a very wide awake tylfe "well
.j t think it must lie ;t'.... ;t mid
.lllsl then the city hall clock bell
ranp once, then it rang again, and.
after pausing for a heart breaking
period, it struck a third time. Then
it stopped. There Is nothing more
pestiferous than a town clo '.: It Is
always hutting ill at the ItO
logieal moiricnt and spoiling ?< good
"Twelve o'clock?nnth'ng" snapped
Mrs. Piety lllll. "It's r: o'clo -
That's v.hat it is. Where have you
"Well, you see. m" dear? ?'
"I know," she broke in impatiently,
"ybli have been trifling with the
pasteboards again with yon- pel as
grogntlon of bandits nnd lilght
prowling husbands front about thin
"S'o? etiess risht, m" tb ar?rfor
"I am always right."
"YeSS. m" dear."
?W.-ll. out with It. How much did
A fiendish and diabolical scheme
flash..-1 across the lather bawlldered!
brain of Mr. Piety Hill. He would
lie to his wife. Bracing hin u i i-r
ceptlbly and assuming h Jo ulav tone
he murmured carelessly:
?Oh. t didn't lone. I won?1 won
?42." He said ?42. f?r ?!?? t " is th.
exact amount that he had l< bI and
he" was n'OI mi expert oi a ready
"That's very good: Yon hand that
over to hie. It's Just wh t t h.l
for my new hat." Arid he did.
"Klghti'-fbiir dollar., in oho night,
he thought its In r<d!...l Into bed. "The
truth for mine after this Honesty
Is the best policy."
V not her I M 1st <o It.
Thl< Is the way a woman writes
the noun' dawg song!
Every time the doorbell rings.
Somebody rniscs the price or things:
Mak.s no difference II we're rich as
They gotta quit boosting the price of
And a Hood 'tne.
If all ell 0 fails.
At any rate
T. Ri can ?et
A vaudeville date.
Voice o( the People
Duty aud Salary.
To the Pdltor of Th. Tlmes-Dlspatch:
Sir.?"That uoblesl v. id in the Ktig
jllsh language, duty -attributed by
'some to General 1. ? is a most ma?
ligned word. Whenever one does, or
seeks to do. a tiiliiH questionable
propriety, lie InVOkeH ihe once sacred
! uamv duty a;: bis rt i- -.: or, when on.'
seeks to climb lUghei he employs thy
I same once sacred name; duty, as a
.ladder to make tin . cent. Ditty ..s
i generally, if net uiv s. assigned ra
the reason for accepting higher wagh
or lireatei honors but rarely. If over,
i for accepting -mail- : ??.ages or lesset
honors. howevci apparent ihe duty
. may be.
Pot" years the ?dm- of preachers to
'accept more re.inunei tive charges was
a standing Joke. now preachers
i accept promotion at. l higher pay with
! out shying fc'nytrjin. Ahou'l duty,?
'and very properly, lise "duty" was
Only a blind to cr?i ul a thing of
1 questionable propriety,
i Returning, now f: ? the general to
i the particular, we find "ur most worthy
i Mayor employing riul us a Btjtllcln i
?horse to conceal the \ ry questionable
act of resig#lng Hit lllce to which his
tell?w-citizeiis havi unanimously
re-elected him. lo accept a Judgesh'p.
. paying. If I am not mistaken, a very
ii,i,c'u higher sal.ii- but of not so
] much dignity. .. M yor of a great
The Mayor, of . ci ? ... lias the rich:
; however quest lohabli under the cir?
cumstances, t.. res! ! nt how much
better 1' would hat sounded, how
much iess cheap, how much more
i to his credit, had I not lugged in
It'll he fun I' wall an" see how till
K?|n' f cm a Hfl,, i, cent slice ?' lio
I Any thinner. Hom, folks 'il bo see
I with anybuddy f git a auto rido.
Hut. had tho .Mayor really been do
tiated by duty, hp wn-jlcl rather ha-,
said. My fellow-citizens have i onori
mo with a second 'lection bellevlr
I WOUld ?stick.' had they tho?gl
otherwise they would most probat)
Hava sought another to represei
them; my duty, therefore. Impede h
not lo ri sign, l>ut. on the contrar
demand.^ that ] stand by them to t!
ehfl of my now tetm. Higher salin
- I . onf. s?. a great temptation, bi
dtltji compels tnc to make the sa< r
Resignation will leave a painful sei
sntlon upon ihe minds of many of tl
NIayoi - friends thai he has coirimltt*
a serious blunder In confounding ll
t rest with duty.
LIMITS SALE OF POULTRY
Market Committee llrara < rlilelamH of
Hin.-out for failure In Knforce l.nvr.
Clerk Adam Dlucont. Of the Second
Market, brought hefor? the Council
Committee on Markets last night o
large delegation of stnll r?nters. it
seems that when tin new market w:i
opched the eastern aisle was act apart
for dealers In live poultry ;tnd fish .:??!
stall renters were ferh-dnVn to handle
thosi commodities elsewhere. <"?::,
Plaint was made by the poultry irteri
that chickens veer,, being sold through
out the market with tlie full knowl
edge of the clerk.
W W. Tiller, speaking for the vege?
tal'!- dealers; said that most of their
business was by telephone, and they
merely kept a few coops of chickens
to fill orders, not off-ring them for
sale. Ho predicted Hint with th- com?
petition of peddlers, who nr.. allowed
to cry their war.-s throughout the city,
and th- gre-n grocers, the markets
I would soon bo vacated hhless dealers
i were allowed to handle :.!! . lasses "f
I supplies, anil so fill an entire hoi
,hoid order. Several members of the
committee agreed; l>ut sine- the leases
? oi this) year were plain, the clerk was
: Instructed to enforce tlie law as it
stands, and limit the handling of
I poultry to that pan of th- market
sei apart for It.
! a vacation of ton days was granted
Ihe ? Ii rk of the first Market. Mr.
Rogers objected to a like- vacation for
Clerk Dlacont, of (ha Second Market;
until assuri d thill the r'?irk was giving
closer attention to his duties and keep?
ing the market In better condition,
"lie must make eooil bet?re ho asks
favors." remarked Mr. Hogers,
DR. PARKER WINS
Vomlnuvted for Police llosird hy Jef?
fer??? Wnril f niieiiN.
Members of the Council from ,7?f?
forson Ward at a caucus held yester?
day at the rtuslnefs Men's Club, nomi?
nated Dr William 11. Parker as a
: member of the Hoard of police Com?
missioners from .le'fferson Ward f,,r
th- uiiexplrcd term of the late <"'r,rls
Manning. Jr. A call is being circulated
for a ioint session of ihe City Council
for next Monday night to elect. All of
the members of tho wnrd deleg lion
were present save Mr. Wiltshire, who
Is ill tit his home. No other name Was
presented, and the action was taken
With th" greatest unanimity, according
I., several of the members present.
Dr. Parker is- a physician of (he
eastern section of the city, und at one
time operated sanatorium for the
treatment of tuberculosis. Nomination
by the ward caucus la Sftjld to bo
equivalent to mi election, as there Is
no opposition In the Council to the
( linnce lo Refining Plant Meets llen
i b o ( til/ens' Coinplnlnfa.
As a result of the complaint made
before Magistrate Sunday in the n-i,.
rleo COMhty Magistrate's COUrl several
weeks age'., the Richmond Refining
Company, mi tljo Ropers Mill Hon.I,
between the Darbytown Road and the
Osborn Turnpike, lias made a change
In Its plant that eliminates th.lors
that were the aubjccl of tin- grievance.
The plant has th.- contract to carry
l.nwny the citv'ti dead nnlmnln ami con?
vert their substance Into soaps ami
\ pot It Inn signed hi twenty-two resi
dents <?i' the county requested Magis?
trate Sunday 10 abate what was termed
a nuisance, because of the malodo'rous
gases that oscapod front the- boiling
vats. The company wan given a cer
mplitltit on th.- part
? the change u.is of
TRIBUTE TO JUDGE WITT
Negroes ?.r i It) Mold Public Meeting
and \ilupl It r-nol tit !<??>>?.
At a large, gathering 04 represent.!'
UV? colored citizens ..t Prlte's. Hal) ihei
night, res diitlons were adopted in
dorslng In highest terms the 11r ? in.
character of the late judge Samuel n
Witt, and expressing the sorrov. ..
the negroes of Richmond st his d< it fa
It was directed that copies of the i ??>
luttons he sent t.. tin hereovt i '
t.. th.. Hustings Court and to th. presj
.1 l;. Pollard presided over tlie meet
Ing as chairman, and presented a rni.n
l.er of Speakers. This,, spoke will
deep appreciation of thi frlondshl)
whlcfa th.. lata Judge of the Hustlng
Court had at all times manifested foi
tin.lor-.i people ..f the city, and re
ferred particularly to the large num
her oi friends he numbered nrrong tin
negroes Richmond .\-i >?::.; thbsi
who spoke were Dr. 1: E, I in<iVll
Ham Miller, George W. Bragg .!?
CLAIM NO INFRINGEMENT
Promoters of Local < ompnny w ill
right Loan Sharks.
Despite proceedings which the 1'!- :
?lellty COrporutlon of Ajnerlca threatens
to Institute against the recently In?
corporated Fidelity Sayings and Trust
Company, for allyTcd Infringement of
copyrights, the i/ichmond concern an
i.ounces that it will be open for i ; :
ness In thirty days. The local Incor
porators, C. Rldgway Moore. S, It.
Heller and others, hav.- consulted w'th
. iui sei and have b.-cn assured that
til- plan upon which the company pro
?- to conduct its business .1... - i
ica'rrv with It an infringement of th.
.copyright held by the Fidelity Cor
'; oration of Amerlca.
The Fidelity Savings and Trcst
I Company proposes to relieve borrowers
i without banking prestige from the
operations of the loan shark by l/ndlng '
money, repayable in Instalments, at
ti rate of i; <:? cent, per annum. The
organisers claim to be part of a
pioneer movement In this country to?
wards the elimination of usurers and
I their practices
Richmond TrilM and Fftvlnqs c emrttiv
i ire. i. Richmond. Capital. 1100.000 t.. tl.
. ? Thomas n. flay, president; II ll
t'halkloy, vlce-pres'dent: O. II. Brown, ??k
retary and treasurer?ail of Richmond.
tvire-i'otton corilnite Companj (tne.),
Vli v.it.rirla Capital, ?lO.Oon in (?0.000. .1.
Frank Tas?re, president, Gnlthcrsburg, Md ;
t ii. Ontrlch, vice-president: W. \v Or!f
nth. secretary and treasurer, both of Wash?
ington, P. O.
ex,! Spring! Corporation. Norfolk. Cap?
ital. IJ'.OOO to J?5.O10. W. C. Cnbh. president:
T. ll Wlllcox, vice-president; .1. W. .ta.-k
?oM. secretary!?nli ot Norfolk.
Ferelnr. charter Issued to Fairbanks,
:i?oore & Co., Illinois, with capital of ll.ooj,.
Jay n Kindle, statutory apent. Rich?
Pat ton I.eine? for Lisbon,
f Special to The TlmcS-DiSpatch ]
Charlottesvllle, Va.. .luly 31.-?Ken
j netfa P. Patton left this morn'ng for
i Washington and will proceed thence
to Lisbon, Portugal, to take*, charge
of the consulate-general nt that cap?
Mr. ration Is n son of .lohn is, Patton,
librarian at the t'nlverslty of Vir?
ginia, lie was ei\tlcnt6d at the Univer?
sity of Virginia and Johns Hopkins,
i He has had consular > Xperlence in
I Marseilles. Rome and Honduras, II.
I w as In Rome three years.
The Committee on Ordlnnnce, Char?
ter and Ileform will meet this after?
noon at r, o'clock: the Committee on
Relief of the |*oor at r.-So o'clock, and
th.. Committees on Light, Gmunds nnd
Buildings, mid Streit Cleaning lo-nlghl
at S o'clock.
Committees for to-morrow nicht are
the Committee.-, on Cemeteries and
Electricity, eacti nt 8 o'clock.
*<atN He Knfered Storeltniiite.
Wesley Adams, a liefro boy, was
arrested yesterday i>v Patrolman Gary
on the charge of nntcr,ng the store?
house of Jacobs & Sons. 210 North
( ..nullit?? e Meeting Postponed,
i he meeting: <.t the Cnunolt committee en
Ordinance, Charter and Reform, called f..r
yesterday afternoon at .'. o'clock, bus been
postponed until this afternoon at ? o'clock.
At the Hotels
I.exInRlon?" W | .
s ? i I'. Robinson, Hnrhi
BOY'S BODY FOUND
lluulj Bccnm posed, Ic I* Taken Froi
< anal hi SrVrutli --trecr.
boy examiner] the body, tut wer? u
able In Ide.nt'fy It. T.hey Were ? e.rtn
it Was not thut ? their ehllil. Ho\
ever- tbo tody was decomposed ? ?>
I It was ttirhed over to uh underlak
: by Coroner Taylor, who ahno.unc
ithat there would be no Inquest,
[there was nothing suspicious a bo
ADDRESS SUFFRAGE LEAGUE
Mr*. Valentine I? Kiicnk To-hny-_Mift? John?
ston Coming t at, r.
I spending the month of .Inly at Warm
'??Ii Thursday eve^Jnu last, and aticceeJed In
arousing enthlisuisite Interest on the sub
.legt of woman snffr.iEe Mrj. Valentino
? iiiso spoke with Rreot sueee-ia at Oermoii
i town, iiTir Worm Springs.
I Miss Mary .le,nn?;.>n has made splendid
I proiriess with her book, "Cease rirlnft.'"
which tri II he ilnlshrd the end of Septem?
ber. Mifs Johnston hopes, therefore, lo be
in Richmond for suffrage work at the stale
Fair, beginning October 7.
Improve St. John's Church Vnrd.
I The Council Committee on St. .!ohr>">=
Burying firound ordered some painting
anei small repairs In the historic church
yard nt a meeting hold last night.
Th<. Committee on Local Assess?
ments, enlled for last night, failed of
Belcher?u ? nit.
[Sp< ? iai to The Times-Dispatch.]
Gloucester, ya.. July 31.?The mar?
ring.- of Miss Eleanor Baytof Wyatt,
daughter Of A. T. Wyatt, clerk <if
[Gloucester county, and Burton Belcher, -
of Tampa. Pia., was solemnized this af?
ternoon at I o'clock in N'ewington itap
tlsl Church. Rev. W. E Wyatt. uncle
of the bride, officiated. The bride wore
a white satin gown en train, tulle veil
< . Ighl with orange blossoms, and car?
ried Pride rose s The maid of honor
was Miss France:' Belcher, sister of the
groom. Uoh. ri wyatt. brother of ih?
bride, was b. si man. The ushers were
Rowland Sinclair, of Hampton. George
Kreide, Graham Jones and Todd Wyatt,
of Gloucester. The church was beau?
tifully decorated with evergreens. The
bride ami groom left on the evening
boat for Baltimore.
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National State and
Solicits Your Account.
Capital, #1.000.00(1. Surplus, Sitoo.ooo.
Best by Test for forty years.