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Democratic Nominee Returns to
Seagirt After Two Days of
Seagirt. N". J., August 20?After two
days of hurd campaigning, Oovernor
Wood row Wilson returned to Seagirt
to-night, pleased with the receptions
given htm when-vor he spoke and
satisfied with tho progress being made
by tho campaign committee.
The Governor motored to Seagirt
with Krank 8. Katzenbach, who run
on the Democratic ticket against Gov?
ernor Korl In 1907 and In 181'J was
Governor Wilson's chief opponent tor
the Pemocratlo nomination. Mr. Kal
senbaeb spoke at tho Demorrallo rally
at Trenton to-day with Governor
Tho Oovernor delivered his Speech
at Trenton in a grove of trees in tbu
fair grounds, and war frequently in
terrupted by outbursts of enthusiasm
He deprecated the existence of special
privilege i" the country, and predicted
Democratic success in November.
"This Is a. . Democratic year," ?aid
Governor VVoodrow Wilson in address?
ing the Democrat!) League of Treu?
ton at the fair grounds to-da\. It
Is not a Democratic year beeuuse wo
wish it to bt. tout because America
la responsive to the Impulses of liiu
world. Privilege Is giving way In all
countries to tho pressure of public
The Governor reiterated that hie was
under no obligation for his nomination
to Ihu presidency. "I need not tell
you." ho said, "that the nomination
was. received without promises to any- j
Not even to Jim Smith,'' lr.t' r
rupied a voice and there was a laugh
"I never made any premises to tilth
or any one else.'' continued the Clover
nor. "1 have made, no promises except
to tho people of the United Statet,.
Bvory man Is under bond to the poopl* j
of th? United .States. You can't serv? |
one class at a time and you can pick
("The Dohiocraiib party as now con?
trolled is in a position to put itself
at the disposal of the rank and file
of the American p?oplc."
T,he Governor was given an enthusi?
ast, i: reception.
A:t<r th? speech at the fair grounds,
the G?vern?r returned to the Stale I
'House where Representative Barle m.
ol Texas, talked with him for an hour.
Mr Burleson said after the conference
that he had discussed details of the]
?pt aket s bureau, of which bo is In
charge Asked as to the itinerary of |
more prominent speakers, Mr. Burlo- j
"Mr. Bryan of course, will make up i
his own Itinerary and formulate his J
own plans for the campaign The
pBBMmlttc-e wl'l conform ivlth any?
thing he desires. He knows best where
be jvlshea to speak and ut Just what
Governor Wilson announced that he
had decided not to go campaigning
in Maine until after tho Bubcrnatorlal
election of September 10.
To-morrow he will go to Ashbury
Park, seven mil's away, to see the
annual baby parade.
Mil |?AHT OF TAFT MACHINE,
eumiuem Replies i>> < rlHclnma n? to
(Special to Th< Tithes-Dispatch.J
Brlslol, Ya . August 20. ? In reply to |
Criticisms iih to I ii motives, including 1
an article published recently by Thus. '
l.ee Moore, head of the "Bull Moose" i
movement in Virginia; Hon. L.. 1*. Sum- j
Itters, now prominently mentioned for i
the Rep'tbllenn nomination for Con
gresi iii til- Ninth District, to-day I
gave out an interview in which ho ]
t|Untes from a number of lettera re- i
t'ently received from members of the'
credentials ? iommlttee* of the Chicago,
convention, who were Irlendly to ;
Ro'isevclt. These letter' refute the
Idea that Summers was in Chicago as
I, ; ,'t ?,f any Tuft machine. They com
Hit Summers 'or his fairness In deal?
ing with the Roosevelt delegates, and
declare that he was one of a very
l, v. of the Taft men on the committee
?Who sought to see that Roosevelt got
Justice, although In his votes he gavo
Taft the benefit of any doubt.
(Continued from Sixth Page.)
j',,-..-: ,., : i:.H...i. Ha*.? "u t?.\St?-off
lienton, . . '.rf FTomme, 1; off Donnelly, 2. |
Hits?ofl Benton, off i'rommr, I. Time,
J... Umpires, Keuion and Johnttone.
Pittsburgh. Pa.. August 20.?Pittsburgh I
?ud Ilrooklyii divided a double-header this I
Ufte moon in s same replete with *en*a
ttonal features. The scores ? vt? 3 to ; and |
? to 1. Two limplri s ? Ow ens and Rri-nnan?
?were so badly Injured that they both had
j to be removed. Brennen flipped and j
I wrenched his leg and Owens was knocked]
cold by n foul tll>. .Scores:
I IK8T OAMK,
Alt 11 II i> A AH ft !l O A
lloran i f., lilt 0 Byrne. 3b. 3 0 0 : 1]
Bummel rf I 0 I 1 OCnrey. If.. 3 0 13 0
Smith, 3b-- 4*012 TMensor, ef 3 0 0 2 0
Buub't. lb. 3 0 1 11 1 Wagner n I I 1 3 41
?"Wheat. If.. I 0 0 : OJ.Mll'r. lb. 3 I I ? 11
Cutsh.iw :h 3 (' 0 1 : Wilson, rf 3 0 10 0
Fisher, ss.. 3 i : : 4 Biitlfcr, 2b. 3 t l ; I
?. Miller, o 3,)it l <",ib?on. p.. :; o i :,
Black, p. . 3 0 0 0 2 Hob son. p I 0 1 1 1
i unit, P--- 0 0 0 0 1 ller.drlx, p : 0 2 0 0'
t.Vorihcn -1 " o u 0"l>onlln ... 1 10 0 0
Totais ...83 i S 21 16 Totals ...? 3 ? 27 11
?Dui.'.ln butteil lor Robinson in fifth.
tNortheti batted for Stack in eighth.
Score by Innings: K
Brooklyn .0 0 0 0 1 H 1 0-2
' JMtts'nurg).0 0 0 ? ') 2 0 1 '-3
Summary: Two base hit?Fisher; Rome
S-Uh?J. Miller. Sacrifice hits?Smith, J.
Miller, stolen bales?Hummell, Carey. Don-;
Uri, Hit* -eft Robinson, ''. In .'? innings. Left i
on bases? Brooklyn, S| Pittsburgh. ' Struck 1
eut?by Robinson. It by Itendrlx; 2: b>
Stark. 1. Umpires, Owens and Brennen,
phelpi and Hyatt.
>r.t OND c.t.MK.
Alt It II OA AB It It O A
Rvrr.e, -jb.- '.0011 Mersn.ef.: 42330
Carey, if--- 5 0 0 2 o Northen rf 3 '.' l o
Mentor, ef. t 10 1 o.smith. 3l>. 3 l i 2 :
Wagner ss t o ; .i 3r,aub't. ii, a l o ? o
J Miller, lb ? 0 1 7 0 Wheat. If. 3 1 1 7 0
?Wilson, rf. 3 0 0 3 Oi'uts'w. ;hS 1 3 A
Butler 2b.. 3 0 2 4 I Fisher, ss. 4 1*10
KelleV. c... 10 0 1 0 Krwln. >-.. 1 0 o t o
Klrhort?, e.. 3 o t 5 4 ?o.miit. c a o o f. t
?VToole. p. 0 0 0 0 ORogon, p.. 4 0 1 0 2
Warner, p. l o 0 A A
[Ferry, p.... 1 o o 0 A
llionlln ???? 1 A A A A
.311 off man .1 A o 0 o
' Totals ...3.. 1 ?27 12 Totals . 3:, ? 13 --T 7
?ft Miller batted for Rrwln In second.
1 ?nnnlln balled for Warner In fourth,
tlloffman batted for Ferry In ninth.
Soor* hv Inning': n
Ttrooklvn .- * 0 0 0 0 I 0 0.-9
Summary: Ttvo has, hits?Moran, Northen,
Smith. Three base nils--Fisher, Wheat.
'..Butler. Sacrifice hit?Northen. SaTinVc ity
? ?Daubert. stolen bases?Northen) Wheat.
(Mentor, J. Miller, Moran, Wagner, Double
lay-Butler t? J, Miller, lilts -off O'Toole,
7 in l 2-3 Innings: off Warner, :: in 2 1-3
^Innings. Left on bail I Brooklyn, I; Plits
I nurgh. 10 Btruck out -by Ragon, 4; by
A/O'Tooie. 1; h. Warner, Ii by Ferry, -
IJUotpir,.. I'hclpb and Ilvail.
Don't v.0 to some other
store, and think you are
seeing the Pianola Piano.
You are not, for the real
Pianola Pi.mo is to be seen
only at Walter D. Moses &
< io to other stores I>>? -ill
means, if you want to. but
remember that every instru?
ment you sec i-- but an
imitation of the Pianola
Piano, with the most mpor
tant features (which are pat
en ted) left out.
WALTER D. MOSES
103 E. Broad Street.
Oldest .Music House in
Virginia and North
(Continued From SI
rey to Stovnil. Lift on hi
N'< ? V'.rk < B?ll ? 'in tia
Ott Kord, ?'? Struck but "
!.'? Umpire; O l.ousliiln.
Shottcn. t f. I
Aur.ln, 3b . t
Pratt. :b . ?
Stovall, lb ?
WIM'ms, rf S
?onipton If 3
v, h llace, ?? 2
Alex'der, a J
Mitchell, p ]
NK< DMi UA.MK,
l.nuU. New tork.
All R II O A AH R H
1 0 Uinli.j, If t
; 1 I 'ha?!, lb. 4
3 n i'ad'ek. 3b <
1 Blnn, rf... 4
0 2 Slm ni, 2b. ?
1 o llartsi ss i
1 i Stcrtt. cf. 3
6 1 S^v'ney, r. 2
0 OM'i'onil, p 2
Totals . 31 1 i 21 ? Total! .;? 2 I 27 H
score t>i Inning?: R
? t. is,<iin .oocooioo r?l j
??>?? York . 000000 20 ? ? t
Summary: Three base hit?Sterrett; Stolen,
bat; s - Shotttn <2>. Double play? Simmons
to i haae to 1'addoek Left on ba?e?-St.
>ult. t; N?,w York. ^. H.uu on halls?off j
L'onnell. 1 Struck out ?by .Mitchell, I;
McDonnell. 1 Time, 130. Vrnptr'..
GOOD BY. ATHLETICS
Philadelphia. Ja.. August 2?.?Chicago ?'on
both garnet of a double-header hero to-day,
? to 1 and 3 to J, thereby making a ilean
sweep of the aeries of three oonteV*. TIim |
visitors owed their cuecesa to-day to bunch- i
In?; hit* in both gamea, w hile In th? ,-econd J
they held the home t. am * score down b/I
making .'our double n:av?. Scores:
AH RH OA A B R It O A
Rath. Sb.'. 4 10 0 1 Barry, as. 4 0 0 1 4
Mattlck. cf 4 0 0 4 OOldrlng, If 4 12 3 0
H Lord, rf 4 1 13 0K<-o:ns.2b 4 0 0 1 2
1 10 0 link. r. 3b: 4 0 2 2 6
l 2 o M'lnnlt lb ?
0 2 2 Strunk, cf 4
1 3 2 B.LOrd, rf t,
n 0 Lapp,
cillihan If 4 1
Zelder. Sb 2 1
Weaver, as 3 1
Easterly, r. 3 0
Clcoite, p . I 1
2 3 1 <
1 ti 0
0 1 1
Tonil .. .53 ? 7 27 10 Totala
s "r.- Innings: I
Chicago .0 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 0
Plilladelphla. .j.0 0 D 0 ?? 0 5 n :-\ I
Summary: Two baje 1 ;;-Raker. Thr?.?]
haae hits?B Lord. It Lord. Oldring, Dou
? plays?Colllna to Marry to Metiinu; Hath|
W*?V?r to Cn?lr.l ItC? hit-Ma'.
tick. Stoleri bases?It. Lord Callahan <*??
/.?'der. Br.ses on balls?eft Co?mri?, ?; off
' ???( 1 Struck out?by Clinibt, *.; by
ririotte, ? Hit by pitched ball?Weaver
I m'pjrti, Weltervelt ?nd Ryans?Time, !:4J
A B It H O A
Bath. Ib... 4 12 3 1
all. Lord.. ? ? 0 1 n
B.CoIna. lb t
Callahan II 4 0 1
?/?trier. Sb . ? 0 2
Weaver, aft 4 1 1
pi t< r?. p
1 0 0 0 2
1 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 n
1 0 0 1 3 1
0 \ mi:
AH R 11
Barry, ss . 4 1 1
Oblrlng. if 4 1 1
E.Col'ns.rb 4 o l
Raker. 3h. < 0 1
M'lnnia !h 2
Strunk. < i 2
B. Lord, rf 2
Eg*n, c... 2
Lapp, e... 1
0 0 4 Ol
l o l o o!
1 0 0 0 0
Totala .. 21 3 9*25 15 Totala 24 2 T 27 12 '
-:: r:y out. hll by hatted bill.
IKasterlr batted for Wime i:i fifth.
rMKgaiM batted for Render lr fif.h
Cantra Held and right fV'.d
xRlght field and centre field.
or* by Innings: R. ]
Chicago .0 0 0 0 3 0 n 0 0 3
Philadelphia .0 0 0 2 0 0 ft 0 0-2
Summary: lilts ?off W'hltv, j in I Innings:
ort Bender. 7 In I inning*; off Peters, 1 in
2-3 inning*?. Two rase hit*?Baker. Mc
Innl? Three base hit ? Maugert. Double
piny* ?Weaver to lla'.ri; Zelder to Rath to
Collins; Coiiina to Weaver t.> Colllna; Walsh
to Weaver. Rases on balla?Off White. 1;
off Walsh, 1 Struck out ?by Bender. 3; by
Hou-k. I, Stolen ha?e-J Collins Umpires.
Weatervell and Evans Time. 1:55.
I'etttlon In llankrnptcy.
A petition in voluntary bankruptcy
was died yesterday In the United
State.? District Court by Dudley P.
Edwards, a Broad Street merchant.
The total of his Hardline* is entered
as $4.809.31. The Indebtedness Is off?
set by arsets amounting to |4,I01.43.
The following marriage licenses
were issued yesterday In the clerk's
office of the Hustings Court: George
Henry Reld anil Mary Augusta Tay?
lor Henry Stratton Berlin and Anna
Cecelia Connell; H igh P. Tidwell and
Kd th M. Clemmens; William T'mbor
lake. of New Kent, and Bessie Hazel
wood, of this city.
IS TURNED DOWN
Senate Committee Votes Against
Washington, August 30.?Tho Pan?
ama joint resolution asked for by
President Taft yesterday in ? special i
message to Congress to make blear
the right of foreign shipowners to J
carry into American courts th? tiucs
tlon of free tolls in the I'unamu Canal
was turned down lute to-day by tho
Scnote Committee on Inter-Oceanic I
i;y a vt< of s to ,; tho committee
determined n?>t t,, report the resolti- I
lion asked foi by President Taft, This I
Is taken by leaders t,, nieun that there i
will be it" resolution passed, supple- i
mentary (o the Panama Canal bill, 1
which now lies on the president's tab;.; ;
awaiting bis signature, The h solution i
has not as yet been formally Intro- i
diiced in clth<>r house, but th- senate '
committee has a dirert vote on the I
proposal as embodied In tin President's J
Tin- rjquest of the President was for I
a special law that would permit the
I'nlted frtates courts to determine I
whether tin.- Panama Canal bill, in .
giving free tolls to American coast- j
w i ?? v ess, ?. Sola' ? d '!,-..-? ?? ? ; i- ? n < of
the llayipauticCfoto treaty with Oreat ,
Britain, which guarantee equul treat?
ment to tb>. ships of all notions.
All of the Democrats of the Si nate
? ?nminltt-e voted agaln-t lb- pi .iivs-d
resolution with th< exception of Sena- ;
t.,r Thornton, <>f Louisiana.
Those who voted against the roso- |
lutlon expressed the belief that Presi?
dent Taft would not veto tin bill now
before him, even It the supplementary
resolution Is not acted on by Con
gn is This argument ???? based on
th< statement In his measure that he
didn't consider the bill a violation ot '
treaty rights with other nations.
Wiil Pay Sioo for Capture of
Person Who Put Poison in Cof?
fee of G. M. Nicholas.
[Special to The Tlmta-Dlspatch.]
liarrlsonburg, Va., Aukusi 30.?The ?
County Supervisors ihet In special
Session to-d?y and offered a reward
Of liuij for tlte capture of the person'
that put the arsenic in tho coffee that,
killed <: M M-holas, tb<- wealthy
farmer and ex-Confederate soldi, r near
Lynwood on August t. and made thn ??
tethers desperately fill. The super?
visors passed a re-solution denouncing
the crime as one of the most horrible,
ever committed In Buckingham. Steps
were also taken to get Governor Mann
to offer an additional reward.
Thmas Baker, one of the farm hands,
published a card in the local papers
to-day denying the report that he had -
ever been an enemy of old man
Nicholas, and had made threats against
him. At the Inquest. It was dragged
out of the old house-keeper. Miss Jane;
Hopkins, that somebody had threat?
ened Nicholas After pressure she men- '
Honed Baker s name. She said that I
Baker bad threatened to burn the 1
woods; and that later somebody did
set tire to them, She hinted that Baker
hud fallen out with Nicholas over the
matter of borrowing money. Baker is
vigorous In his denials.
The full report -if Chemist Taylor is
yet to be received. The chemist is
also to examine the unusued coffe,-.
The authorities think that a clue may
be furnished when the details are all
The supervisors to-day referred to
the fact that there has been cpnsidor
able censure directed at the board be?
cause It has not acted before tills. The 1
supervisors explain. however. that 1
when they met last Thursday the cor?
oner had not reported, and that al?
though suspicion was strong, any ac?
tion at that time would nave been I
To-day C. H. Nicholas, a brother of ;
the dead man and administrator of
the estate, tiled in court the list Of ;
heirs to the estate, which Is valued |
nrobablv at f200,000. The heirs are 1
C H Nicholas, of liarrlsonburg: J. J? |
F. L and W. S. Nicholas, of Port Re
public, all brothers of the dead man. 1
No will bus ever been found.
Atht-vllle. N. C. August 20.?Riding
superbly throughout the three days
of the Ashevllle annual horse show,
given !>y the Interstate Horse Show
Association, Miss Mary Aliened Jones,
of Atlanta, scored the highest number
of points In the ladies equestrienne
championship prize. "Daisy Queen," a
class, anil by the unanimous decision of
three judges, was to-night awarded the
mare valued nt fl,250, Miss .Tones
lode ?'Princess Pntrjeia." a horse owned
by Ceorge T. Little. <>f Darlington, S.
SLAIN BY INSURGENTS
Nearly Entire Detachment Com?
prising Garrison of Leon
Managua. Nie, Sunday, August is.?
Nearly the entire detachment of .'00
Nicaraguan troops, comprising tin- gar?
rison of the city of Leon, to the north
of Managua, was massacred by n force
of insurgents last night, according to
reports which reached the capital to?
On Friday news was received by the
government that the liberals at Leon
had risen in revolt and General Cham
! orro despatched troops to suppress the
movement and reinforced the garrison
of the city.
The government troops oh reaching
l.con camped on the plaza In tho centre
of tho town. Tho Insurgents, who
' greatly outnumbered tho government
. force, attacked the city Saturday anJ
[ after a fierce engagement the garrl
I son surrendered. Instead of holding
their captlvcH prisoners of war. after
their submission, it is reported that the
troops wore slaughtered by tho rebels.
OUl of ii force of 500 men, all woio
Killed oxcopt seventy,
Following the repulse of the rebels
lnst Wednesday hlffhl aftnr a four
days battle at Managua.' in which the
American marines and blue Jackets
I from the gunboat Annapolis and from
Panama" playod a prominent part as
defenders of tho capital, tho insur?
gents retired ostensibly t? 'their head?
quarters at Massaya, the capital of
the department of the saint name, ly?
ing to the south id Mnnusua.
it was learned by the government on
Thursday, however, that the Insurgents
had sent large quantities of arms ant
ammunition from Masaya to Leon
through the mountain passes and that
the rebels were hurriedly concentrating
their forces nt the northern town. It
also became known that General Mcrin,
i the deposed Secretary of W ar, the
lender of the Insurrection, whose health!
has become greatly Impaired, had gone
I to Leon to direct the operations of his
Lieutenant Edward H, Conger, of the
American marine battalion now sta?
tioned in Managua, returned to the
capital this afternoon from Masaya.
whore he went to copier with General
The lieutenant, aller , consultation
with the Nicaragua? olllcluls, again
returned to the southern city. Lieuten?
ant Conger reports that General Mom
is a very sick man and that the liberal
generals, jfloblt und |Amendt aro in
command of tho insurgents lu the
Communication between Managua
and the outside world by way of Co
rlnto, on the Pacific side of Nicaragua,
either by Wire or by railroad, hn? be*n
cut since Friday, The severance of
communication was caused by the up?
rising on that day ut Leon.
GRAND JURIES MAY
(Continued From First Fagi.i
Charles l."i i -in., J-.760. W. G.
U. o. Mlchali, orge D. Mor
Kail, $i.-'">. VV. Ii McCarthy, $2,500;
t> ij. Morgan. $3.6 1: it Morgan,
$5.197; J. Cllffor?! Miller, $6,950; A. J.
Montague, $5,000, Mi Uphella Minor.
12,600; .l..hn M. Miller, Jr.. $1:1.600; 1.
J. Marcuse, ?3,000; i: Magill. $3,500;
S. K. McKee, f3ii?i ' r ii. Morriaon,
$'.'.S0U; L. t. Mar.-: n, $.'.300, H. t.
Munkln, JT.iinO: W, II Mason; $2.'?'00.
vv. It Newolli $2,?00; Dr. McGuir*
Newton, S2.600, 1. II. Norment, $2,
K. T. orgaln. $4,000, Frank Orgaln.
Edwin M. Pllchcr, $3,400; J. U Phip
i>:n. $2.500; It. B. Peyton, $.'.l0o. w. 8.
Finder. $3.300; J. B l ace $8,u0O. S. S.
F. I'atteson. $7,5..:. George W. Foe,
$2.600; J. C. Phaup. $3.000; A \V. Payne.
11 \v. Kounlree. $19.000. W.
J. Heady. JJ.00O: Mr? N V. Randolph.
$3.200; W. 8. Robertson, $2.100; J. W."
Rothert, $19,050; P L Reed. $1.500; U
II. Reed. $1,000; A r. Raglaud. $?..
600; J. VV. Richardson, $-'.10o. t. B.
Roy, $-'..">:??; Andrew Robertsoh, $2,500;
A. K. Roeber. 14.165 C M Roblnaon,
$5,000; A. von N. R isenegk, $3.000.
J. \\*. Simon. $2 600; J \V. Sharp.
$7.ooi>. c. J. Shutnnn, $2.500; I, 1..
Sutherland, $1.000. William II. Sands.
$3.i. Charles Straus. $2,300; A, II.
Mn.to. $2.500; Fritz Sitterding, $11,000;
W. r. Stevens, $2.100; U F. Sullivan.
$4,000i H. Wi Scott. $2.500; Thomas IS
Scott, $15,000; George, VV. Stevens, $10.
"oo, R. B. .Scott. $6.04?; C. E. Stern.
$2,400; W. t. Shcph'-r-l. $2.100; Robert
Schaefer, ?2.S00; J K Seaton. $3.*.0o;
L fj Scherer, $4.300. \v. D. Simmons.
John F. Tanner, $2.100: Julian W
Tyler, $2.375; W. S Tnnner, $2.S00. P.
F Teisor. $3.000; Walter D. Thomas.
$2.200; \v. B. Tanner. $2.500.
Dr. A. U Wellford 1 2.354 : R. C. Wil?
liams, $2.450; Clarence Wyatt. $3.5on;
L. S. Whitman. $2.500; J I. Wingo.
110,900; H. C. Watklns, $2,400; Ran?
dolph Watklns, $3.000; Ed. Vhltlock,
$4,000; F. E. Woodfin, $2.v"'>; Mrs. Car?
oline C. Wise. $3,6(1 ti <; Worsham.
$2,600; S. M. Woodward. $10,000; W. U
tV'ghl, $2.150; M. B. Watts. $:..","'.': Dr.
J. M. Whitfleld, $2,200; J. O. Winston.
$3,808; Charles K. Willis, $3.000; R. M.
1". Williams. $2,50.0. <i R Williams. $1.
361. lt. S. Winston. 5. 11. w. Wood.
James H. Anderson, $8,600; E. B.
Eugene Bolce. $oc. K L. B"m!s.?.
$12,070; Dr. I* C. Rcsher. $S.0oo; nr. F.
II. Readies, $2.700; Mrs. B. B. Boyktn,
$5.000; Miss A. 11 BOyKTd, $2.
500: Dr. C. W. P. Rrork. $3.
000; Mrs. P S. Rossleux. $2.500;
Dr. M. O. Burke $2,200; Dr. R. S.
Rusher. $7,000; Thomas A Barry. $2,
600; R. M. Baker. $2.S00; J. F. Biggs,
$4,000; Blair Bollinir. $2.600: J, W.
Bllley, $4,000; Byron Rear. $3.000.
Dr. Manfred Call. $2.100. James Cas
kle, $0,900; Mrs. Marianne Crouch. $2.
900; W. A. Crenshaw. $2.500; A. B.
Clarke, $2.500; J. II. Chnmberlay ne,
$2.300; I. O. Chelf. $8.000; E. M. Cruteh
tield, $2.500; Walter Christian. $2.400;
A. J. Cavanauprh. $2,100.
Mrs. M. B. Dupuy, $3.000; Adolph
DIU, 125.000. John Donnnn, $5.90;; W.
S. r>onnan. $3.500. Dr. John Dunn, $11,
400; Charles T. Davis, $6.500.
Mrs. T. W. Ellerson, $2.500; H W. El
lerson. $4.50?; b. R. Bldrldge, $3.000:
John S. Bllctt, $11.000: John S. Ellett.
Jr.. $5.200; H. G. Ellett. $6,100; William
James Ft. Cordon. $5.000. E. W. Gntes.
$S.00S: Dr. A. I* Cray. $3,500; Richard
Gwathmey, $4,000; Dr. A. S. Ceorge.
$3.500; James t. Cray. $6.000; Mrs. E.
P. Gray. $3.000, R E. Glover. $4.900;
Mrs. A. D. Green. $5.0?o; B. F. Gar
Emanuel Hutzler, $4,000; Dr. M. D.
Hog,-. Jr., $3,0vo. Dr, J. Allison Hodges,
$5,00e. Dr. Uriah Harman. $2.S00; John
C. Hagan, $3.200; t. M. Hundley, $3.000,
Charl-s Hutzler, $4.000: Hi S Howes.
$11.?14: W. O. Howard, $2.400. J. C.
Harwood, $2.200; Mrs. C. D. Hngan,
$5,00o; George Harrison, $2.200.
Dr Ceorge Ben Johnston. 513.500;
Miss Mary Johnston. $3,705, Dr H. ft,
Jones, $3,350; George H. Keesee, $2.500;'
I!. L> King. $2,50u. .
John P. Lea. $6,000.
George D. Mayo, $4.000; Mrs. M. S.
Morris, $15,400; Charles V. Meredith,
$9.120. Fills Mitleldorfer. $2.400; M. M.
Mltteldorfer, $2.250; Dr. Edward Mc
Guire. $S,S0O; L. O. Miller. $5.0u0; Dr.
C. M. Miller, $6.000; E. t:. Masslc, $5.4'm>:
Samuel T. Morgan, $27.000; Dr. T. D.
Merrlek, $2,1.''5; Mrs. J. C. Moor-. $2,500;
Dr. Jacob Michail*. $3,000; James A.
Moncure. $22.C00; G. G. Minor, Jr..
$2.400; Rev. L R Mason, $2.:.""; Mrs.
S. G. Meredith. $:i.200; W. Gordon Mc
Cabe, $5.520; O. S. Morton, $4,'..'.u; Rev.
J. vv Morris. $3,000; J. H. Mitchell.
Mrs E. O. Noltlng, $3.400.
F. W. H. O'Meara, $2.400; H. C. Oster
Mrs. A. A, Payne. $2.600; Mrs. C. T.
Pleasants, $6.592. Dr. l. t. Price, $i.ooo;
Ernest Phenhegcr, $3,000; J. R Finder,
$3.000; Rev. A. L Phillips. $3.000.
Ci B. Richardson. $1,000; Thomas M.
Rutherfoord, $10,S06; Dr. George Ross,
$2,200; Bradley Roe, $2.740; Rohert G.
Retinoids. $10,900; J. c. Robinson,
Judge R. Carter Scott, $ 1.300. P. M
Slaughter. $2,200; II. M. Smith. Jr.,
sil .; Joseph Stumpf, 14,800; .1 M.
Sratbn, $2,400; Di> R. l Simpson,
$2.600; vv. p She!ton, $3.ooo. p. P. si
gourney, $2,500; William C. Schmidt,
Dr. Christopher Tompkins. $3,000;
Dr. II. M Taylor. $4,100; Dr R. R
Tucker. $4,000; II. S. Tuck, $5,??0j H.I
Leslie Terry. $3.000.
Mrs. I. A. Urquhart, $2.500. w. s.
Upshur, $2.500. I
Mrs. M C Valentine, $6.'.T,0. If. L
Valentine, $ir.,ooo, j. m. Valentine,
John L. Williams. $16.310; John
Skelton Williams, $1X.95S; Dr. K. G.
Williams, $4,600; IiOwls C. Williams,
$3,000; Philip Whltlock. $8,000; Mrs.
K. K. Whitloek. tiv.ooa; Colenian Wor
Ibam. $24,000. George M. Wyatt.
$2,400; Dr. Joseph A. White. $4,819';
it K. Welslger, $4.000; Dr, R P.
Wright. $i.:."". ii. S. Wallerstein,'
\V J. young, $.1.000; J. n. i'oung.
Thomas P. X.lrkle, $2.500.
General Charles J. Anderson, $6.ooo;
W. VV. Archer. $2.500.
R. L. BlhntOli, $2,500; J. J. Rrooke.
$3.200; Mrs. Ellen D. Blair, $4,000; Rev.
W. R. R?wlo, $-'.120; U II. Blair, $9,50O;
E. A. Burger. Jr., $4,875.
Alexander Cameron, Jr., $3.000; W. II,
Crawford, $2.500. i, t. Christian, $:i,5oo.
Jatnea F. Donahue. $2.500: James T.
Disney, $'-'. I0o; Joseph A. Datt, $6.000.
John J. Ewcn. $2.200.
E. R. Fuller, $2.600.
1 B. M. Gwathmcy, $16,000. . I
Uorse. radius of huiitc-s* I*
Motor tri.ok radius of bujinci*
A Way Of Getting New Business
To the alert business man or busi?
ness house, the subject of new business
gets ?t ready ear. Here's the way to
get new business:
Most houses still use horses to
deliver goods?animal transportation.
The horses cannot be operated eco?
nomically farther than three miles from
tin- basis of delivery. In other words,
it isn't profitable to deliver good* by
horses when the horses must travel
more than three miles from the point
where delivery begins.
(Some men who do not know what
their horses are costing them probably
won't agree with this. Those who
do know what their horses are
actually costing them have found
If goods cannot be delivered profit?
ably beyond the three mile area the
thing to do is to develop internally
that three mile area. Most houses are
doing this to-day. These are the
houses which are still using horses.
There are, however, some houses
using motor truck.-, notably Alco
trucks, which are getting a fine lot of
new business beyond this three mile
limit. The reason is clear.
Motor trucks are widening the area
of business. If the unit of horse
delivery is three miles, the unit in
motor transportation is fifteen miles?
five limes the area.
An Alco motor truck can cover nil
the way from fifty to one hundred
miles a day. Compare this with the
maximum work of a horse. Few
horses go over twenty miles in a day.
Beyond the three mile horse limit
there is a lot of good business which
the motor trucking business houses are
picking up all for themselves.
Why don't you?
You can easily pet acquainted with
the fact.s about motor trucks by calling
Monroe 266f) and asking to have, an
Alco Transportation Expert call on
you. No charge.
Alco Trucks are built by the American Locomotive Compuny
EASTERN MOTOR SALES CORP.
920 W. Broad St.,
Motor Truck rs. Hors*?
Aim Argxtmtnt Ao. /
Henry S. Hutsler. ?3.500.
Burnett Lewis, $2.200; B. U. Blps.
Krank Miller. $2.500; Colonel John
Murphy, $io.2t0: nichard \v. Maury,
$4,5S0: Dr. Vf. P. MatheWS. 13.500; Mrs.
Mary 8. McOulre. $C,000; Dr. Stuart
J. H. Parrlsh, $2.100: Jorjn Plekrell.
William Ruegor, ?T.ono; j, Shero.
j:.;,o. ; ,i? Lane Stern. $11.000; M. Her?
man Schmidt, $12,000.
Dr. Vf. H. Taylor. 14,000.
13, V. Valentine. ?4.500; Dr. Dnug-Iaa
Vander Hoof. $5.000.
r.orclon Wallace, $1,000; C. P. Wal?
W. H. Adams. 13,500.
Charles J. Hlllups, $4.000; George \V.
Brown, $4,000; M. U Uoyle, 13,500; K.
H. Bell, ?2,100; K. S. Bore, $2,5U0.
F, M. Collier. $2.400; T. b. Chalkley.
Vlttorla Ponatl, 13,000.
Bev. IL B. Bggleston, ?2.2hO; BcV.
W. II. Kdward-s. ?2.500.
A. T. Griffith, $2.50f>; John W. Goodc,
$2,500; Dr. B. D. Garcln. ?2,100; J. R.
GoMldl $3.300; Bev. R. A. Ooodwln,
$2.23:1. Isnnc Garrison. $2.400.
r W. Hard Wieke, ?5.210.
Phil. O. Kelly. ?3,460.
L?dla March. ttl. $2.3(10; J. S. Moore.
$5,000; C. Manning, Jr.. $2.500; Morgan
b. Mills. $4,000; Charles D. McEwen,
.1. T. Nuckolls. $5.000.
Dr. W. H. Pnrkor. $5,000.
Joseph' G. Williams, Jr. $4,000; R.
W. Walker. $2,500.
Vf. A. Blankehst?p, ?2.S00; George
B. Barksdale, ?2,ISO; C. Sims Balley,
W.. A. Cronshaw, $2,500; Dr. B M.
Coffman. ?3,300; Dr. W. J. Cowardin.
$2,100; John lt. Charlton. $2,20u; S. P.
T. Wiley Davis. $2,700; H, G. Dlck
W. T. Kanes, $2.900.
G. D. George. $3.000; F H. Gnrber,
J. .\1 Hudspeth, $2,9Si>: H, A. Haw?
C. W. .Massie. ?2.500; John Mann, Jr.,
$3.000; W. G. Mayer, $2,500.
J. II. N'olde, $4.13S; 11. W. Moide.
.1. T. Palmntory, $?.000, W. J. Parrlsh,
C. B, Hlchards. $4,000; H. S. Beams.
Joseph B. Sorg. $3,000; Vf. D. Stu?
w. i. Goodwin, $3.000: W. W. D?n?
ford, $2,200; M. C. Branch, $4,0e?,
Henry Taylor, $7.100. A. P, Seiden. Jr..
$2,100; Vf. I'. Ogletree. $2.250; John K.
Dunlop, $2,300; c. v. Meredith, $?,IH>0.
.\ I th .ir B. Clarke. ?2,500; H. b. Carlton.
$2,200; Barney Bowman, $3,000; W. c.
Torrence, $2,200; F. B. Snydor, $2,.-.oo,
B. W. Coale, $2.100; w. s. Rhodes,
$4,500; p. <;. Blanchard, $2.40?; B. |(.
Branch, $2,200. W. .\. Sorg. *2,tfo0, J.
C. Brlckett, ?2,200; A. M. Willis. $1,000;
Louis LOVenstein, $3.i?00; Aluur Wool
folk, ?2.200 nml ?l"<?; James Whittet,
?3,000; W. B. Dabney, $2,250; .lohn
i>oe. $2.100 (conscience fund, received
by mall); John Doc. $2.200 (conscience
fund, by mall); b. II. Davis, $2,500; o.
D. .lumps, $2,700.
Qualifications in Chancery,
Charles C Mottert ritialined >estor
day in tho Chancery court as executor
of the win of Fannie .\ Mottert, The
estate is valued at $2.200.
Ia;le Melsel ,|iialliled as executrix
under the will of Philip Melsel, Jr. Tho
estate Is valued at Sl.ooo.
t?nt) Relieves in 24 Hoars f^n^
Catarrh of the Bladder
All DruieUtt liewart ni f~cw\tcrftlts
IN THE WAKE OF THE GAME
By Gus Malbert.
Buck Hooker can 'n no way ?how
his appreciation of having been horn
in Ftlohmond better than by causing
his minions, who fought to emulate Ty
Cobh and his fellow-players of the
Tiger camp, to win just one more ball
game from Petersburg. He turned tho
trick effectively yesterday, which is
tho reason that the Colts are again
within one and one-half games of the
top. With good luck and any kind of
pitching, Griff should leave Ulandvlllo !
with three games In a row. He has
two of them now ,and with Perryman,
Strain and Bussey pining for work,
tha other seems merely a matter of
Should nny one of the three men?
tioned above attach his signature to
a victory. Lou Custro will arrive here
to-morrow with his tribesmen to fade
Doctor Ayers for thu initial encounter
During that series of four between
the Cults ami Castro's Parveuues. Hoa
noke will be taking some of the fresh?
ness out of the Buschwhackers. ltoa
noke has It In for the Petersburg club,
and there will be some lighting. In,
deed, Buck PreSSly has some pennant
aspirations of his own. Any way, thu
Colts have a look-In for top money,
and the fans are going to help them.
There will bo no boys' day to-day.
Griffin balks at the rather thick white
line which walls Itself in centre Held
when the urchins get properly banked.
Bast Thursday Haley remarked before
the game that the white background
would hurt, and It did, for Norfolk
Connie Mack may as well hold coun?
cil with himself and come to the con?
clusion that It Is not for him to bo
Jlngl'ng world series money In his
Jeans The double defeat at the hands
of the White Sox yesterday puts him
on the blink an a pennant possibility
for this season. Washington stepped
away, and the slump of the Bed Sox
is still in the. future.
Walter Johnson, Incidentally, estab?
lished a record for tho American
Feature of Police Court Exami?
nation of Indicted Detroit
Detroit, Mich., August 20.-?The tes?
timony oi W. j. Brennon, a Burns op?
erative, was the feature of the police
court examination to-day of '"lion
est Tom" Ollnnan, tho first of the
eighteen Aldermen recently arrested
Oil bribery charges to 1?' tiled In
court. It was Brennan's evidence
that resulted ttt the arrests of the
olghccn Aldermen and Common Coun?
cil Clerk Edward Sehrclter, the lat?
ter having siinc made a complete
To-day Brenn.in went into all of
the details of the trapping of the Al?
dermen lip to the time he tllcged that
he, representing himself to bo ah offl
clnl of the Wabttsh B.illroad, paid
Ollnnan $1,000 for his iniluence in
granting the railroads request for
lb, nie of a riyy streut for building
The cases against Aldermen Watson.
Kills. Zoellor, Merrill, Hindi.? and
Skrzyokl were to-day postpon, d until
AUgust 3 6, Alderman Theisen's case
will come up next Friday. Disposi?
tion Wtti reserved In the cases against
Aldermen Brozo, Bosenlhnl. Lynch)
O'Brien and Koenlg. and Hie examina?
tions of Aldermen Dolmol. Mason, <'
trowsl, Tossy ami Walsh will follow
that of Alderman Gllnnan. ClefK
Sehrclter hau also been rcinamlod for
League by winning his fifteenth
straight, passing Jack Cheabro's mark,
made In 1904. Strange that both 'of
the.se pitchers worked for Clarke
tirilllth when establishing the records.
Now Johnson Is out .ifter M.arquard's
mark of nineteen. With a compara?
tively easy Western Invasion before
he bumps Into .loe Wood and tho
Carmine here, ..'alter has every rea?
son to hope for success. One thing Is
certain: he will never be a nervous
wreck from the effect of his prosperity.
Walter Johnson is .-Imply the super?
lative of pitching excellence. The long
and stocky Swede Is a bear cat for
work. He has already declared that
If Washington lias a p-ok-ln for tho
pennant when the Senators meet the
Athletics nnd llostoix ho will pitch
every other day. That's the proper
spirit, and his $21,000 contract wilt
grow overnight if he ? ins.
Joe Finnerun. late Tar, now with,
Charlie Dobln; took up the ropes af?
ter Alexander bad been untied lu th?
first game of tho doublo-heuder with
Pltt/burghs, He went two full ln^
nltfgs and allowed jus: one hit. Tho
critics say the recruit created an Im?
mensely favorable Impression.
and Centra! North Carolina
via Southern Railway
Hound trip faro to Danville, $3.50;
Greensboro, $4.00; Salisbury and Char?
lotte, $4.60. Good returning until Au?
gust 2C. Leave Richmond 10:45 A. II.
Coaches and Pullman cars.
consult Southern Railway ticket
agents, of write
S. E. BURGESS,
D. P. A., Richmond.
Take the Popular
The Dustlesi Double Track Line,
Combined rail and water trip. t
OLE! roi\ I. DIM KiiOK, OCEAN VIEW,
NORFOLK, CAPE HENRY,
\ IUI.IN I A nt: At 11.
3 Trains livery Sunday.
Si ;u \. M., 0 V. >l. nnil FJ Sonn,
giving ten hours at the seaside, three
hourn longer at Ocean View than viay.
any other routs.
1 ? "y
Automobiles For Hire
Good (.'ar.-.. '. ireful Drivers
s. C, GORDON,
SiO W. Broad St. Madison 539.