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VIRGINIA TROOPSIn CAMP AT MOUNT GR ETNA pa
I irxi Brlicade Infantry, Vlrnlnln Vntlaaul Guard
Firm Hot trillon, FlrM Ilru'li
TROOPS TO BREAK1
Richmond Soldiers Will Arrive at!
Home From Mt. Grctna
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Mount c.rctnn. pa., July :n.?.Shortly
before noon to-day this Governor's or- !
der was received by the West Virginia I
troops tu have one more battalion
rushed to the scene of the trouble nt
Taint creek to assist the troops al?
ready there. At l o'clock a battalion,
consisting 140 men and sixteen otn
cors. left camp. About tr<n men are.
still here resdy to take part In the
Joint manoeuvres planned for to-mor?
row The battalion leaving to-day was
commanded by Major .Taekson Arnold
and was escorted by the hand, whioh
played from the time It left camp
grounds until It reached the train. In
the trip to the station the departing
troops passed by the Virginia troops
qtiarters, and were ej-.eered the entire
b nath of tho three regiments. Cot- j
ontl osborn Is In command of the
First Regiment, and f'olor.el Morrison |
of the Second. It ts expected that
these two r'g-lmer.ts will take part to.
morrow As the boys passed the Vir- ]
pints troops they were cheered, nnd I
the men passed the word along the line
that If they were not enual to quelling j
the trouble they would send Tor the ,
In a wrestling match ?t fnmptny C's
?tuarterf. Ferpennt Tik Tfobart. of f-o-n.
pane C. defeated Corporal Hyer, of
Company M. Twanty?nlnth H>pular in- i
fantry. In a handicap match .
Colonel Charte? Conaolvo. paymaster
ot the Virginia troops, arrived on the
ground, nnd will pay the State soldiers
The drill thla mornlnn. a* scheduled,
would have covered outpoat duty, but
was prevented on account ot rain
which fell aoon after the troop* start?
ed. The afternoon wag taken up with
llcht company drills ar.d a <iuir. bat:
tie down by the rifle rang*
According to orders, ramp will he
cleared of all surplus car.vaa to-mor
row, and the troops will lenve on a
hike covering twenty-four hours, re
turnlntr during the morning and re
cetvlnrr their pay the afternoon of Fri?
day, lcavtn?r Mount Gretna at 7 o'elocK
P. M. for home- They can he expected
I In Merimono: about % o'clock .Saturday
Th' officers in charge of headquar?
ters have reported ? fine progress In
I their different departments, the men
h' lnir nble to handle the ' different de?
partments In a fuccessful and highly
I satisfactory manner. Captain D, U
Porter, e.rdnance offlitr. Captain W. fcl.
' Trlbbett quartermaster, and Captain
Cleveland Hall, chaplain, were compli?
mented by the reuular army Inspec?
tor* Captain I. Eames. of the L'nlted
.States Army. Tenth Infantry. Mr?t
I-teuter.ar.t \. F. Manchester. United
?tate?i Army, Twenty-ninth Infantry,
are the regular army officer." detailed
to Instruct the First Regiment.
A dar.ee given by the brigadier nm
cers was well attended. The First
Re^'.mer.t hand furnished the music.
Sergeant Shackleford, quartern asti
An Exciting Story
A New Kind of Romance
With Thrilling Adventures,
Strong Love Interest and
An Exciting Climax
This story has all the qualities that make reading the
most enjoyable form of entertainment. Excellent pic?
tures will illustrate the text.
I The Illustrated Sunday Magazine
Sunday's The Times-Dispatch
"The Best There Is in Sunday Reading/'
of Company D, First Regiment, was
BTit home on account o: sickness.
Trnnpa Are Recalled.
Charlrstown. W. Va? July 31.?Gov
ernor oiasi-cock late to-day recalled
'"olonei R, j, Osborn and Major Jack
Arnold with four companies of State
militia from the summer Instruction
camp al Mount Grctna. pa., to do
,i.tr,ke duty ln the disturbed Paint
Creek mining district. Th I a la the
I third call for troop* mad<- by the Gov?
ernor within the past few days, and
brings the force of .St.it- soldiers in
th.._ trouble zone up to "00.
No trouble was experienced at any
! point In the strike district to-day
It is said to-night that Governor
Glasscock's purpose ln ordering addl
"??nai troops to the strike district was
to prepare for any eventualities thai
may come up should n proclamation <?'.
martial law be announced; it is
known that the executive i-..,^ prepared
the proclamation in advance.
Martial law may he declared to.
morrow. It la said. At am event, Sat?
urday win probably sec the State
troops in complete control of the
strike district. At that tlnie -h.? seven
remaining companies of militia at
.Mount Grctna. Pa. win have returned
to the .State.
WlilS WITH ANVIL
Thousands Cheer When He
Takes Race in Two
Cleveland. Ohio. July 31.?The Pastsj)
stake of ll.aoi). for 2:08 trotter.-, was
tho headllner at North Randall, In the
Grand Circuit meeting to-day. Flrat
money was pulled down by Anvil, the
hay son of .St. Valiant Vincent, with
"Pop" Geers. the veteran, ln the seat. '
Pix. thousand people cheered as Geers
drove Anvil into first place In two
straight heats, and they cheered again j
when Geers was called to the Judges*
stand and presented with the silver tro-I
phy cup given to th.- Forest City Live]
Stock and Fair Company by "Jimmy" j
Mct'.lade. Summaries: '
2:11 class, pacing, purse fl 000, three;
In slve?Jones Gentry, b. g. first; Prin
cess Patch, b. rh? lecond. Manslield, b. i
h.. third. Best time, SiOSVj
Tlte Fasig stake, 2:">S trotting, purse
12,000, twp in three?Anvil, h. h., urst;
Helen Stiles, h. m., second: Baron May.
br. h.. third. Rest time. 2:07.
2:09 pacing, purse Jl.OOo, two In!
three?Br.be, Or g.. llrst: George Pens,
b. g . second. The Assessor, clt, ?; , third. ;
Best time, 2:07*4.
2:09 trotting, purse. $1.000, three in
five?Oakdttlc. gr. g.. first: Derby Boy.
b, k. second; Marigold, b. m., third.
Best time, 2:00'?.
FARM HAND HELD AS SLAYER
Accused of Kltllnff I'oiirteeu-Ycur-Old
Ulrl lu .Mn inc.
Bangor, Me.. July 31.?J. Sherman
Gray, the Carmcl farm hand oharged
with the murder of fourteen-year-old
Naomi Mitchell, was brougbt to the
county jail here from Brooks to-day.
Gray was arrester! at Brooks last
night. At first he denied his Identity,
but later weakened on that point. He
persisted, however, in denying all
knowledge of the crime.
Power Flnr.t Destroyed.
(Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Bttena Vista. Va., July 31.?Fire com?
pletely destroyed th.- plant of the
Buenn Vista Light nnd Power Company
last night, The plant was located on
North River, about two miles above
i the city, nnd was too far away Du?
ally protection from the fire depart?
ment The loss amounts te> nhout $5,
oon, with Insurance of s,2.koo. The
city was without light for only about
two hours, as the company has an
auxiliary plant. and the city was
switched on to that plant In a Vcrj
Short time. The fire is' believed to
have been the work of an Incendiary,
The plant will be rebuilt at once.
Makes Season's Record.
Charlotte, N. C? July 31.?Pitcher
Raus. vain, of th- Charlotte team,
Carolins League, made the season's
i.rd in allowing onl> one extra man
to face him In the g.mic against Greens?
boro, which his team won by a score
of 1 to " on a home run dr've by Sec?
ond Baseman Agnew.
At Buffalo; First game--Buffalo, f.;
Baltimore. 12. Second game?Buffalo,
5.; Baltimore, s.
At Tortnto: First game?Toronto, 2;
Newark. 7. Second gani.v -Tofonto, 6;
ai Rochester: First game?-Roches?
ter, S: Providence, 1 S.nd game?
Rochester, 7. Providence, >;.
At Montreal: First K?me?Montreal.
12; Jersey City, <i. SecvMid game?
Montreal, 1; Jersey city. 6.
[News of South Richmond
South Richmond Bureau,
!?:o Hull Street,
j phone Madison 175.
: South It'ch.-nnnd paid into the < offer.? of
| the city of Richmond Ju>t IM.tSXe; for ?i\
i month* ending Ism nicht, according to a
. report made yesterday b> Ueputy City
rreasurer J W. Hronough, Ir Th? largest
..'ins;? amounts ire $ ir?.;s? rurrcnt tax.^
? i,nd IU.I98.J1 delinquent luxe? collected by
t.'oputy Cltj Collector ,t. P. Robinson,
l'rom the cro?s carnlng? <>f th.> Virginia
I Hallway und Power Company and the It Ich
mend and Petersburg Electric Railway
Cotnpsn) ,m their So?thelde Uno?, a total
? t I"'?..'*0. the city receives 31r per eent.,
I amounting to Si.2R.4l. The Wator Depar.
: meat *liow<-,i hit Income of 130.731.IS tr^m
?ater rent, and JlS.Ti front rale of Junk.
The cemeteries netted, from Maun,
' ?? A ..ncl Mount Olivet. I'D1 :<
Justice II A. Maurice managed to secure
11.010 ??> Ir. fee? and One* from Police Court.
Part u hlle tho cl< rk and ferseants' fees I
Of H?nings Court. P-irt 1. amounted to
Other ce!>rt!one were: Peg tares. IOI.M1
wagon taxes. |;.06I. Of the total. Fouth
Richmond will receive hack under the an?
nexation agreement! ra j>rr cent, for use
on street Improvements,
Stables and Outhouses Bora.
During the absence of the fntlre family,
flr? yesterday ubout noon completely de?
stroyed a frame stable en the pr^ml?*? of
Dr. Lawrence Ingram, of KOI Porter Street.
The flames. (Wept by a light wind, spread
to the home or .1 V Nunnalty at ;t0 West
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NORFOLK, VIRGIXI V BIS \i II,
dl BAN \ IBW . < A PL IIEXHY.
Leavo Ryrd Street Station *S:10
A. M. and 0 A. M.
Leave Norfolk 4:15 r. M. and
'. ?7:10.T. M.
? rhrniiKh Coach between Rich?
mond und \ Irfflnln Beach.
WKKK-HND RATBSi "-rfolk.
}3O0. Virginia, Reach, $3.25. On
sale Fridays and Saturdays,
l^i in 11 Mondaj following.
Twelfth Street. de?t.-oylne one aide of the
I The tire, thought to have been started
. by a cigarette Hump carelessly thrown on
I the floor, originated in a coal houie in the
j rear o: l*0i Porter Street. This building
and an adjoining outhouse wert,- burned to
j the ground.
-Mr. Nunnatly carried two policies amount?
ing to $1,400 on his rroperty. and Will sut
li i no loss Dr. Ingrain Is at Ocean View,
und until hi: return his lots will not be
known. Thu whole damage ?Iii be less than.
Prompt work on the part of Engine Com?
? pane No 11 ?n-yented a conflagration which
might have intalled a los? or thousands.
Assistant Fire Chief liaffo and rire Com?
missioner W. D. Franklin were highly
pleased with the work o: the SouthsldO
Banquet for Wesley iiible Class.
With Governor Mann ans Judge D. C.
Richardson us guests of honor, the Wesley
Hlb> Class ot the Central Methodist Church
'will enjoy nn elaborate feast to-night at the
church. The "Reda." losers in a member?
ship contest with the "Bluei." will be. the
hosts. Every member '.s expected to be
present, and Is invited to bring wife, mother
or sweetheart, and every member will be
there, the defeated ones becausi they ar>
liaying the tlrttller. and the victors l>. cause
they might have had to do so.
.1 udse F.rncal 11 Wells. urosldent of the
class, will a<t as toastmaiter. He will call
upon the dlatlnguishrd guests for short
todk?. While ail mcrwm.-r? af the claE*
cannot ?peak some will be given the honor,
but )ust where the lightning will strike
the toas.:maat*r will not divulge until the
last minute The cluas now numbers more
than ?00 members.
Premium I i-t tint
The premium list of the chesterfield
County Fair Is now ready for distribution,
and copies, while they last, inay be ob?
tained from Secretary T. A. Hurfoot
The book Is Weil gotten up and has nn
excellent advertising patronage. It con?
tains thirty-two pages and a cover, and has
all Information pertaining to the fa'.r and
the prizes neatly arranged. Two thousand
copies were printed.
More I-urge Realty Sale*.
Investors continue to dabble In H?ll Ft.-.-et
realty, nearly /-"-?.C--> worth having changed
hands recently, according to deeds of bar?
gain and sales offered yesterday for regis?
tration In Hustings Court. Part 11. The
largest of these sales was a P^ece of prop?
erty on the south line of Hull Street be?
tween Seventh and Eighth, which was
transferred by the Continental Heater and
Radiator Corporation Company to the Vir?
ginia Warehouse Corporation for ? price of
$17.000. Other sales were:
North line of Hull Street between Six?
teenth and Seventeenth. W. II, Palmer and
James T. Orey. executors of estate of Wil?
liam Crey. to Union Securities and Realty
Corporation; prl^e. Ilo.so?
P. A. For- to David Davis, on northwest
corner of Seventh and Hull Streets: price,
lie and other valuable considerations
W H Palmer and Junies T. Grey to
America P Walker, on Hull Street between
Fifteenth and Sixteenth; price. t3,;o)
Receipt* for Month.
Reeelpts for the month of July In Wash
ngton ward, reported yesterday bv Deputj
Treasurer J, W. Rronough. Jr.. are;
Dog tare. 1.1: wagon tax. F10.50: mnury
Cemetery. $211: Mount Olivet Cemetery,
list:.: fines, rolice Conn. Part I, }irr 50;
fe.-s. Hustings Court. Part }, $S!5.St! water
rents. *t.t.ts.f?7. J p. Robinson for lt. I..
Hulce, 123.x77.lt5: for T. c Walford. 11.224..'I:
5'r per cent, earnings of Virginia RallwS)
and Power Company from January I to
June 30. Inclusive. ll.7II.Sl}; 3?-:. per cent, j
gross earnings of Richmond and p.>r..|.
burs Electric Railway from January i lb
June 3<V Inclusive, SiSYl 13
Held for Wife Desertion.
fla-nett Walton, wanted In South Rich
mend on a charge of wife desertion, w.i
eopiured In Norfolk and brought back for
trial yesterday i>> Officer X A Hiiuyhan.
of the Third District. Walton was held
last night without bail In the Third Police
Station He will be represented this morn?
ing In Police Court. Part '.', by Charles T.
Will Hear Motion.
A motion for Judgment against the Vir?
ginia Realty Company win be mad.- by the
Middle At,antic Emigration Company this
morning before Judge tlrnest lt. Well? In
Hustings Court. Part 2. Isaac Digits will
appear for the pinimirr. while it. lt. Talle;
Will represent the defendants.
Report? Theft of sime?
According to a report made yesterday to
the Police Department, J O Crouch, of
ills Hull Street. Is minus one pair ot No ->
patent leather shoes, which were stolen.
An Investigation Is being made by order
of Captain A. s. Wright.
Montague to Speak in Swanaborn.
Former Governor A. J Montague will ad
dtess the voteis of Swansboro, Woodland
Heights. Oak drove and Forest Hill on the
night of August 7 at Robben's Hail at lie?
bend of null street, fwansboro.
Prepare to Rulid New Hank.
Preparations for breaking ground for thy
new banking house to he built by the .Me?
chanics' nn.1 Merchant* 'Baak at the corner
of Twelfth and Hull Streets are being
nindc. The builders' too] wagon was hauled
over yesterday The site has been cleared,
and w,.rk oh the foundation! Will be start,
ed In a few days.
Working Double -dilf! on Trenches.
A force of men t* working at nigh' on
the trenches which are be bring dug on
Hull Streit by the flu Department, s-u -
pcrlntcndeni Knowles yesterday stated that
the work on Hull Street wou'd be carried
on at the rat.> or four blocks a week until
Menth of Mr.. Inge
Mrs. Anco H luge fifty-nine '.ears ?Id.
died yesterday morning at 2.In o'clock at
tier home. IISS Hull Sttv.-t rhe funeral will
he held this afternoon at t o'clock from the
home. The burial will be in Oak wood
H. V. P. IT. t<> llai-c l-nnn PisrD.
For the benefit of the Clapton Street Rap.
tlst Young People's I'nlon a lawn party
will be given on th* church lawn trt-mor
rnn night. Alt are cordially ln\Ited.
F.lk? to Fat Crati?.
The biweekly meeting of Manchester
I.o.lge. No Ml. |t p, O, F.. will be heH
tonight at the F.Iks' Home. Eleventh Bad
Balnbrldgc Streets. Following the regular
business a crah s'ip?*r will be served. AU
members are urged to be prcs-uit.
Mrs. C. A. Fortune and daughter, Mar?
garet, and Mrr. Monroe Winfree and daugh?
ter. t,evlna. are spendns several weeks
at Wilmington, n. c.
Mars-ien French, who hat been spending
his-vacation with his Southtlde relativ-*,
returned to New York last night.
Olltlam Jones returned yesterday from a
short visit to Chnrlottesvllle. He Will leavo
for Newport New* thla morning.
.J. Frank Wilton lofl yesterday for a ten
days Msit to Atlantic City.
It ng* relV'iV .-' ,!,kl^s? of cli,rk?vHle. Is via.
NO RECOGNITION NOW
I hin,.?,, (inrernraenl Hunt Shovi it la
DrNervlnic or firing Rovunllc.
\Vashlngton. July :il.--Recognition
ir the t hlncao republic win not !>.>
rlyen by th- United States until it
has heep demonstrated that the now
government I* also to stand perma?
nently upon Its feet. At th- rituto De?
partment it Is said that the Cn'tod
States government Is dealing regularly
with the Chinese government, but at
the same tittie hag not officially recog?
nize, i the republic.
The formalities incident to recogni?
tion would h.- the issuance of new
credentials to the American ministe^ at
LAKE STEAMERS TIED UP
Strike of "?irvrdorr*> t?*unilnc n Se?
Duluth. Minn.. July al ?The steve?
dores' strike it the Northern Pacific
docks in Duluth and Superior Is be?
ginning to assume a serious aspect. A
(tosen freight steamers are tied up for
lack "f men to unload them, ami with
the strikers holding out firmly nnd no
men in sight to take their places the
situation Is f-'st becoming acute. Some
>t. Paul officials of the ron-1 are here
looking up the situation.
The strikers feel that they havoprac?
tically won. and prellet l.y Saturday
the company will be willing to accoiho
to their demands.
Reuben Thomas Lipscombe
Financial and Manufacturers'
Lgploiting only meritorious and mar?
ket altlc patents, etc. Sellins only the
highest grade manufacturers' products in
the two Virginias and two Carolinas.
No. 115 North Eighth Street,
Phone Your Order
During th. warm weather Krnn
clone's Hotel will give particular
attention t" phone orders for cold
! Appetizing cold lunches delivered
to stores and offices without extra
i charge. Salads, cold mi ats, sand?
nUSIXESS HEN'S 1.1 XI II
Dally from n A. M. to H P. M., :5c.
Itestourant nnd Safe,
ill Mast nroad street, between
First and Second.
E BROAD ST
Norfolk & Western Ry.
tnd nil Stations between
Roanoke and Bristol
Leaves Richmond 11 A. M.
rteturna August hi.
Round Trip Fares
Ranging From $2 to $5
Special train?through coaches?be?
tween uii hniond and Ko.inoke, edn?
nCCtlng In both directions With regu?
lar train between Roanoke end Rri?
lol Full schedule and Information
may be had al N & \v. office, at Ninth
and Mam Sir, - is.
C. II ROSLRT.
.District passenger Agent.