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Offcial Circular Issued From
Officers of Norfolk and
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Roaaoke, Va.. Novrmber U.?A bulletin la
eaed la the. office* of Secretary Alden. of the I
Norfolk and Western Railway, at I'hlladeL J
Phla. concerning the vlec-president of the
read, he* been given out. and th?s changes
will aaeaaaartly brine about a conmderaSle
? hake up among the official* of th? road.
The bulletin fellowa:
Philadelphia. Pa.. November '.. IMS. I
Effective December 1. 1*17. the tilt* of the;
*ice-pre*ld*au of the Norfolk and Western '
Railway Company are fixed a? follow*: I
William G. MxcDowell. vlre-president In
char*** of finances and account*, with ol
flte* at USJ Arrode Building. Philadelphia,
N D. Mah'r. vl?e-pre*ident. In charge o! .
operation, with office* at Koanoke. Va
T. S. Davant, vice-president. In charge o* I
traffic, with office* at Koanoke
By direction of the Board.
E. H aMjM.V Secretary. J
According to the above circular the 1
change* referred to are merely a? in the ,'
title* of vlce-pre*ld?:nt* While this I* ap
p*r?nt ea the face of It. many per* >o* art
of the opinion that other change* wlii follow '
and that several promotion* win b- made.
At the office* of Pieildtnt I. K Juhn*on.
It was stated that there wa* nothing more!
to give oat. It 1* Intimated that change*
?win *a effective in the other petition* on'
December 1. when the change of titles goes!
Seek ?answer Teeth Her*.
The police ye*terday wer* aaxtd to look |
far W. B. Toung. s sixteen-year-old white
youth, who ran away from hia parenta in I
Wilton, N. C.. and who Is believed to he In.
Richmond a reward of ?; ha* been offered
for bis return.
Dr. Bobine QonlhlaoT I
TJr. Charles R Robin* recently elected a
aeeesber of the nty School Board from the
Second District to *ucc*ed Charlea Ilutsier
resigned, yesterday qualified for the office
before Judge D C. Richardson In the Hu?t
Gillette Shave Saves you money,
time, bother-?Get a Gillette
Great Variety of Styles
AGOOD and varied assortment
of Gillettes in a store window
is the merchant's way of telling you
that his stock is representative, and
that he is prepared to take good
care of your wants.
A full stock to choose from is a
There are many different styles of Gillette
?six styles alone of the Pocket edition, in triple
silver plate, gold plate and gun metal finish:
a great variety of Combination and Travelers9
sets, with Razor. Blades. Brush and Shaving
Soap, and toilet accessories: beside the Stand?
ard sets. A wide choice of metal, morocco
grain, real seal and English pigskin leather cases.
Watch the store windows for the best Gillette displays.
Bay yourself a Gillette today?or as soon as you can.
Gillette Safety Razors, $5 to $50.
Picket, of Gillette Btmdc?, 50c. and $1.00.
COLETTE SAFETY RAZOR COMPANY, BOSTOft
Srwpshot of Bnckley, the Harvard Phenomenon, Bucking ijg ?we
The pte<..r.ph .how. ?he t rt.ru*?. atar hei.? Mopped the Prl.ee4.. aeee-darr ?efe.ee after he ha. ,t?.ed thre..h fehle. Brlckley i. . terriw* It-. M well an e.e
of the ft-reeie.. deep kicker, ad all tlaae._-?
AUTO CLUB ADOPTS
NEW SET OF BY-LAWS
i Putting itself on record once and
for all an ?-ppo?? fl to violator* of any
of the elty's ordinances relat'Ve to
speeding and unr.i-'^^ary noi<ca. the
Richmond Automobile Club, at the
monthlv meeting held In the -libs
headquarters at the Jefferson Hotel
last night, adopted the revised eon*
stltution and by-laws recently drafted,
?ay a committee, of which II. Crlm
Peck was chairman.
The new laws of the organization
rail for strict enforcement of all
aw* and ?ordinances, and make It
obligatory upon members to resort to
tbe club and to the proper police au?
thorities any violations encountered or
which may be brought to their atten?
tion. The club will likewise makj- a
campaign for uniform legislation upon
speeding and lights for aft vehicles,
no matter how propelled. Griod roads
will also occupy the attention of the
j H. Crlm Peck was named as the
4Club's delegate to attend the me?tlng
or the A. A. A. in Chicago. Preston
iBelvin will also make the trip. The
meeting |n the Interest of Federal
laid for good roads, to be held in Wash
tlngton. will be attended by a member
of the club to be named at a subse?
The report of tbe secretory regard?
ing the racing meet which will be held
at the Fair Grounds November 29-3?
was heard. - Progress has been made,
and the meet will even exceed the
hopes of those who fathered it. The
latest entry to be received Is that if
a Warren car. which will be driven
by J. C. Barbour. Alexander Sloan,
who at one time piloted Barney Old
fleld, will bring a stable, beaded bv
Louis Dlsbrow. which will bum the
dust When boxes for the meet were
put on sale they west at a rapid rate,
the following members subscr'bing:
R. B Bentley. Archer Jonea J. T.
iPalmatory, Fritz Sitterding. Jr., C. E.
jPelouze. R. B. Allport. Preston Belvin,
IB A. Blenner, R F. Kahler. Foster
Motor Car Company. S. W. Meek. C E.
Spitzer, R C. Williams, Ashby Jones,
Claude Batklna Dr. H. S. Corey. H.
Crlm Pec*. Moses Thalhimer
Only thirty boxes will be reserved.
Football this season in the South
. Atlantic division will be played to
' an anticlimax. Instead of Thanksgiv?
ing Day providing the real contests
of the calendar, nearly every one of
] the elevens pitted have fotaght their
i hajxiest battles. Georgetown, after
I the Virginia game, will play V. P. 1.
j this year, not by any means a formi?
dable foe; V. M. I. will have a 'rest,
J playing John Hopkins In Baltimore,
I Virginia will indulge In a little
I Thanksgiving festival with North
[ (Srolina. and Washington and Lee
j win have the North Carolina Aggies
j to toy with.
j Rating the teams In the South At
f lantlc division Is likewise going to
prove a disappointing task. First place
unquestionably goes to Georgetown.
There will hardly be any dispute ss
to this, but afterwards?confusion.
Washington and Lee will be the only
eleven to question GeomgetownS su?
premacy, the Lexingtonlans having had.
remarkable success this season. But
Washington and Lee has not complied
with the eligibility code of the Soutn
Atlantic dlvison, playing two confess?
edly Ineligible men under the code?
KING HORSE CROWNED
IN MADISON SQUARE
Crowds Line Ring as Thoroughbreds Are Put
Through Their Paces at National Show.
America Defeats Visiting Arroy Officers.
IKew York. November 1>.?Thougn
not yet folly In Its stride, the K?
(tional Horse Show st Madison Square
Garden, which began on Saturday, took
s great leap over the hurdle to popu?
larity to-day, and the crowds that at?
tended both afternoon and evening,
sessions were much greater than those |
expected In the early part of the week.,
tiearly every box In the afternoon was
SUed with those prominent In society. |
dot only In this city, but of Philadel?
phia, Washington, Boston, Baltimore.
**lttsburgh, Richmond and many towns,
I across the Canadian border.
There was sufficient variety to tbe j
I afternoon program to attract every
I lover of the horse, and one of the no- j
tlceable features of tbe afternoon was
that the promenade on the ooardwalk
m formally put In commission.
I Among the crowd that strolled
I throughout the afternoon casting occa?
sional glances st the horses, but look?
ing; more persistently at the occu- -
pants of the boxes, were several well
I known actresses, and these were
gowned even more strikingly tbsn tbe
elite, who for the roost part affected
rather sombre hues of dress for the I
I afternoon's entertainment.
At Bight sH this was changed The
crowd began pouring In In steady
earns as early aa half-past 7 ?'clock.
| thud when the sound of the bugle
KILLED BY TRAIN
|?siy st Tfisyii Teasfh.
The body of a negro youth, said to
be Willie Harris, seventeen years old.
be Willis Harris, seventeen years old.
Ulltagton. N. C. was brought to Rich?
mond yesterday afternoon aboard a
Richmond. Frederolcksburg and Po?
tomac Ran way passenger train, which
had killed him seven mlle? thI* sane of
Kreder cksburg Coroner Taylor v low?
ed the body end turned It over to an
undertaker. Efforts will he made to
locate relatives m North Carolina.
The boy was walking the tracks.
It waa learned, and be evidently heard
the approach of the train. Bart In?
stead of stepping sway trout the
track anon which It was approaching,
he walked directly hi to it He was
struck by tbe engine's pilot and hurl
Ied in t-e air. Tbe train eras stopped
and members of tbe crew ran hack to
pick up the crushed body. Harris died
In a few minutes
. Tt will not be necessary to hold i
Iinquest la the city.
There were two delighted roungs'ers
[who bad run away front their homes
_ Norfolk, that were found by Pa- :
trotntsn A. at. Smith last n?ght about
9 o'clock, la Main Street, between
X'nth and Tenth T> otSeer noticed,
tbe boys aimlessly wandering the
Streets, and whoa ??'t?-stl?n?-l the
roensTSteis tost no time In aanonndi
were r ana ways.
were evidences of tears, but
bile both tried
started out with
I they ware restrained w?
to egplatn they and stei
eu*. any SseUusHia and
any eeeUaetloo and for no reason
Beth Shis scared when they had
all of the'r money to come to Rich
wood, but larked lb* nerve to ruttrra
Issues But wh?n they tooaArheis) serves
?line, eatd. penniless and hangry the
dread of borne passed and ft seemed
the avert desirable place m tbe world
Seat to the Pirat PH Ice Station, they
gave thutr aaates aa Albert ffenr
bsieusu. fear tees years etd. and Ire-,
hut wsrthu later, fifteen They ware at
saps lames' over to the Iuvenile Pro?
tective Sorted I. Rffors will be made
to < ssamueVetc wth their par-nts In
Morfeik. and fhev win be sent h?wv
in. fee Sftewa-y-er-eld aan
Of Mr esd Mrs A ? rverhan. if attUawfh
tasaret Street, has have ep>rsf?d ?* a ear
ushered the dashing harness horses
Into the ring; for the opening class,
the gay colors of Japanese scenery
were rivaled and in some Instances
surpassed by the hundreds of hand?
somely gowned women, who leaned
forward anxiously in the boxen with
words of encouragement for their
favorite drivers and owners.
There waa a distinct success for
America over the gallant officers who
have come from England and the Con?
tinent to try to outstrip Uncle Sam's
brave soldiers. Captain Guy V. Henry,
of the United States Cavalry, came on I
from Fort Rlley. Kan., to show the!
Dutch, the Belgians and the English
how to sit a horse and bow to send
him over fencea
In the first international contest,
which was for heavyweight chargers.
Captain H. Fry. the officer who led
America's team in the recent Olympic
riding competitions, was mounted on
his chestnut gelding Chisweli. This
was the horse who bad his own pres?
tige as well as that of the United
States to uphold, for he won this event
In the preliminary manoeuvres he
performed with equal facility at all the
different eaeretsee required of a
charger and when the afternoon crowd
wee at its aenith he swept over the
hurdles in such magnificent style that
his performance carried the Judges by
In the evening there was picturesque
eines es four hunt teems with pink
coated riders trooped In to show their
skill over the fences. Canada came to
tke front here with the London Hunt
Club team, of which the Hon. Adam
Beck Is the M F. H. The master of
hounds was mounted en Imdy Like,
tke moat graceful Jumper that New
Yorkers have seen for many a day. She
skimmed bar fences so closely that ose
could net here pleeed e piece of neper
between her heels snd the bristling I
brush over which she leaped. For all
but tab evenness of the team and the,
perfect appointments won the Richard
M Woods trophy for the Canadians, al?
though the supporters of the Mos
moutb County Hunt and the Elk ridge
County Hunt, of Baltimore, were of
the opinion that their respective en-!
tries should have scored on cleaner
performances over the fences.
Frederick Lee Trtpse, twenty-rear reefs
?14. wbe wee ereusht ?eck te RtchaMed
from Baltimore te face a sBSSJS of gSewJ
awesnp; was sssBBjsed la P?:?e* oeart y?e
terday merelas. bat hi* seortag wee ratun
o-rt aatll Xevewber ST Trtape to alleges te
have aeea short arveral baadred dollar. In
Keereaats whll. wessen? ef the Ooerraat
tel. B- he* rere!e*4 Attorney O. K Pol?
lack te 4?fead him
? t ?
The newest styl*
Cross Ixtndon town
ppoBfF coov erea amp-hp* rootcM*
won smi m
In the Wake of the Game
By GUS MALBERT_
Raftery ?ad Bone?and rightfully
; should not bo considered. Even
[ though .Georgetown did play Rheins
; child, against whom charges w?>re
! brought by Virginia, as soon as tbe
athletic authorities of the Blue ana
I Gray found the charges well founoea,
[ he was debarred frcm other contests.
I Washington and Lee, on the other
I hand, has refused to heed the protests
I of V. P. I, Carolina and Carolina A. &
Were it not for this taint of profes?
sionalism. Washington and I^ee would
be clearly entitled to second place,
with a strong bid for fleet place. As
It is, V. it 1. I? a bidder. But V. M. I.
was signally defeated by ?t John's,
whloh on the surface would give the
Mary binders the calL Virginia, after
losing to V. M, I., played a remark?
able game with Venderbilt, and all but
won from Georgetown, her legitimate
rival V. P. L trimmed Carolina, but
lost to Washington and Lee, and was
likewise trounced by the Medical Col?
lege of Virginia. Hopkins has been
sadly out of the runring. proving a
severe disappointment Only one of
the Thanksgiving gnsnee could pos?
sibly change the standings art. this
time. Should V. P. L defeat George?
town, a rather remote contingency, the
muddle would be greet er than ever.
Taking a potshot at the situation,
the teams In tMe division at this
writing look about like this:
2. Washington and Lee.
3. St John's.
4. V. If. L
6. V. P. I.
7. Caroline A. and M.
Bat. as we have saM. Washington
and Lee rightfully Should be edtarri
naited. That would move each of the
other teams up a peg. Still there are
few who will believe that Washington
and Lee could defend Virginia in the
form the Orange and Blue la now
showing, but if Washington and Lee
would have a chance, certainly ft.
John's oonM not trim Virginia, yet
the Maryland school im a victor, and
a decided victor, over V. M. I., con?
queror of the Char lot tesvllle univer?
sity. The experts wlU fix it up unter.
We commend all of it to your tender
consideration. WTth a few mental
acrobatics, yon might reach a satisfac?
tory conclusion. We give it up.
Another sweet Job for the experts
will be selecting an aJl-^oeth Atlantic
eleven. There te one position which
will furnish a unanimous selection.
CosteUo is going to be the quarter
back off each man making a selection,
end he will come very nearly being
made the captain, an honor which is
justly his. both because of his natural
ability and has long experience. Then
he proved himself a master general in
the Virginia game. Another Job pretty
nearly dteoaed Is that of guard, which
will go to Carter, the reel star for
VI i gilds In the Bine sssd Gray strug?
gle, After that it win be a hard task
Captain Moore, of V. M> 1. le bound
to be considered, while each of the
beams an the division wfU furnish nt
leant one available man.
WSta Thanksgiving nine days in the
future, local fans must content, them?
selves with the game t. -twern Rich?
mond College and Randolph-Mnoon.
set for Saturday octane: down to
backs, these two eieeene are going to
fernen tbe best sport off the eeuson.
To th"an eh? game, is . ist as important
as that between Tal? and Harvard
set for the same day. It will be the)
deohdve battle for the Eastern Virginia
collegia** rhampfonebrp. Should the
Yellow Jacket., wrn. thoy will be the
chamnioi* te-,? veers in succession,
something wh>"h does not appear at
all a*tre/*!v.? t ? th? Jpidiia Because
of tbls. Cache* I>unlop and GrtSwi '
hev? set their task as beetfns the1
AshmnJSSS Saturday. If they can ac-1
complish th?? much, the football sea- ]
eon at Richmond College, deosdt? ?er
Uer mishaps, will be regarded as a
f*p tn Ash land C each R?is* has the,
sstv laudable ambltsen for Ms ensrgr*
Earlier la tbe season, in an esheM-J
tl >n game, he was soneeosf'il. and now
h* wants *r. sound set a rweesfa:
??ason by again saying low the spaders
Ttv teems are practical!- ?t*b es tn
weicht with Rlchssond rv.iv** prob?
ably hewing a little the better ef K.
Bud weigh*, is going to mean ltttb?
in the same. The elevens will thTht
end will both W la the beet farm of
tke seesaw. Both student sidles will
be on bead, and an Wim moos' will
St (n see this
Tre mos us! i of the Tit glum Tyaatv? j
are grooming th? use Ives and geetinr
into conditjeei fay their anneal gem*
wht -h is ahoet due. fheegti no o>ftiOt?- I
date baa hewn set ft has been agreed ]
that thev will m?- t in PSl ism "et a, a
that it will trttelr be sense time tv.?
week Th? m. ?eine was ft*J4 ?* uestU
after the ?' -tir.c of She national esao
oiatlee. That's all ever new Th*
osu.t ansonnt of cloqweSKO will he d?e
;.. ? -r<i and there win In all erob
sMMty be the esauU amount of aaek
. ri?e.these* why we are at a V?aa to
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Made with the Patented S
"Button-less Back" and the mm
famous "Slip-Over " Button- S
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the biggest issue, and that could be
disposed of with a word. Pre
Boatwright will succeed himself,
the national board settled the queStlSu.
of salary limit, so there you ajne. But
without some excitement the winter
I league would, suffer.
Horace Fogel will be tried November
6. Just one week from to-day. Tbe
1 trial of Kogel will largely show
Lynch's strength with the older base?
ball organisation. Lynch deserves the
I support of the magnates, though be
will hardly get it \a the measuxe that
I he deserves. He baa headed the league
three years in succession, and has done
wonderful amount of work, even
though he has had hard sailing at
times. Unlike Ban Johnson's league,
there is constant friction in the Na?
tional, much umpire baiting and in?
numerable evils, all of which L.yncii
has been combatting intelligently, but
with the usual result that he has made
himself enemies in certain quarters.
Fogel deserves to be summarily dealt
with as much as an exoneration of
Lynch and bis umpires, as because his
words and actions have hurt the
The Amateur Athletic Union cele?
brated its twenty-fifth birtnuay yes?
terday. There were many felicitations,
and rightly so. The growth of the or
gantsation since Its birth, a quarter of
century ago, has been wonderful,
until now more than 2.000,000 athletes
; are registered in the union. Amateur
sports have been improved and the
games put on a higher plane. Long
: life to the union.
Reverting; to the Virginia-Carolina
game of Saturday last. It Is interest?
ing, as being illustrative of just what
Virginia accomplished, that the Orange
and Blue really outplayed, the Blue and
Gray; that is. ontcharged tnetn and
showed all-round better form. The
more the figures are analyzed the more
firmly one la impressed with the fact
that It waa a one-man victory, and
that Virginia's greatest drawback was
s punter of sufficient power snd speeo
to measure punts with the wonderful
The hearing of W. H. Crane, arrested en
l warrant charging him with its ill I lag
i t-auncll Margan R. Mil la *f JaaTeresu Ward.
I while abseid a train en route for Richmond
i from Waahtagton. was continue* yesterday
I morning in Police Court until December S
This waa due to the absence of
After a respite of several days from ita
' labors the Hatting* Court grand Jury yestsr
? day afternoon r?nim?d ita probe into tbe
! cases of allegid tat-dodgers. Foreman
I Charles P Tarier said that tbe tnsnlry alii
! probably contlnu? Well Into next meath he
' fare a final report la submitted te the court
It is akely, however, that another Sappl*
mentary report may be nied before that
Rrr.ent Lew!*, colored, was fined SSM) sad
I reels yesterday morning for carrying a esn
cealed weapon, and CG and costs far Sheet
m* at Early Coiemen.
pins Knitted jscarf?. value. ST. IS
Sias Knttt"d Scarfs, value. $: (M.
Knitted SarSTfS: value. $;.?*.
Knitted Saara* value. S4*\
KASTJS-? OF StPI UhTOlU,
713 Fiaed ttnl Mr***.
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