ilSTIC PLUS DOING
Financial Community fnnsidors Int
ii? portant Hole to Br Played by
lsb>. ? .**?
MARKKTS AS WHOl.K Ql/IKTKK
? Many Orders Are Placed for Millions
""of Dollars' Worth of Supplies for
Devastated Lands in Kurope?Kx
fto ? i-> p^ct Larger Trading in Cotton.
f nv AMftcUtfil I'r^ss I
NKW YORK. .1 u 1 >? ?'?With pe.-icc a
?i ...reality tlic rtnatv.a! comtrunit v set
tled down last ivoek to more earnest
consideration of the important role
which the United States must inevit
ably play in :ls<? great era of recon
struction and expansion. That this
country'? finished industrial products
* are to figure actively in the imnv
??rebuild r.p of the devastated
sections of Kurope was sliown by the
?placing of orders and contracts run
into hundreds of millions ot
Qu.te apart fro-n this condition lead
ing domestic mills .ire reported to be
> running at ?5 per cent Increased pro
'4 .TdiiiTCion ov er June and fully f>0 per
cent increase over the preceding
, Continued demand for principal coni
moditie-s was seen ;n tiie maintenance
of prices, but the markets as a whole
were quieter because of te holidays
and the approaching new fiscal year.
The stock m.-.rket itself was only
temporarily affected b> the withdrawal
of funds to meet July 1 interest and
. \ dividend payments, call loans failing
back to norma! after hav.ng again
soared to 15 per cent.
Little nvesttnent buying followed!
^?"fthe release of midyear money, but
-v-speculative scares made up the better
,J_ part of their recent setback, anji in
j.- ? several important cases now high
?.'.-...r<*~ords were made.
Further proof of th" country's abso- '
lute supremacy of the world's out
- - .standing creditor nation was furnished
by additional heavy exports of gold
""-and the erratic course of foreign e\
1 hangp. the rate 011 London falling;
almost to the lowest quotations in '
K\TECT l.ARftE TMAUINO
f\ COTTON THIS AVK12K |
IHv Associated I'r'*!> 1
NEW ORLKANS. July ?> - While the
net changes in tlic cotton market li-t;
.?p-"ee|c were small, amounting to losses
of six to forty-tihree points in the
contract department, while spots show
ed 110 net change, the trade seems to
Jpok for larger trading and more tn
' .portant results this week. A more
definite shaping up of the Kurop?an
commercial situation is looked for.
which is expected to lead to larK^r
exports. although shipments last
week were large enough to send the
...figures for the -season over the S.O.'O.OOO
mark. Up to the close of business last
week the crand total of clearances
was 5,07$.541 bales, against 4.OSS.545 j
to the same ttme last year. Accord- :
ing to peneral opinion, weather news
.is bound to assume increased impor
? r'tance. because July and August are
conceded to be the critical stage of j
the growing seasons.
i,.: In the near future bright, warm;
?w*ather would be regarded ?s highly
?favorable, be? ause It would give farm-]
ers a chance to complete cultivation
of their crops and would a!^> tend
* to ? check the ravages of the boll
?vceevil, already reported as serious in
some sections of the belt. Further
rains would be accepted as about the
< most unfavorable development pos
sible for the crop. As the market
closed last week, it promised to be
more of a weather affair this week,
""following the discounting of political
' news over the holidays.
?' THORPE LEADS NATIONAL
? (Continued From Fourth Page."*
department wTTh a mark of forty-six
runs to his credit. Veach. Detroit, has
dropped a couple of points behind bis
UlMtnmatt, Cobb, who has not played
for almost two weeks, and is third
with .35*?. Cobb's mark is .35S.
George Sisler. St. Louis, has taker,
the lead from Koth. recently traded to
. Boston by Philadelphia, for total ha?=??>
honors with a mark of IK' This mark
is the result of seventy-four hits, in
cluding eighteen doubles, four triples
and four homers, made in 210 times
Ruth. Roston. bagged another homer,
and, heads th?* circuit drive hitters
with seven. Chapman. Cleveland, stil!
out of the game with a strained liga
ment. continued to lead the .-a.-ritlce
N hitters with a mark of twenty-two,
with Vitt. Bont< n. closely pushing him
JohnMnn Strain Seventeen Iln.sen.
Johnston. Celovland. with seventeen
stolen bases.?fftntindued to show the
way to the..l>as* -stealers
Other leading botte-s !or twentv or
more games Flagsu-a-1. Detroit, '23:*?
Sisler. St. Louis. U3> Milan. Washing
ton, .3Ci?"?; Jackson, Chicago.
O'Mara, Indianapolis, made tho best
showing among the hatters of th?
American Association b\ . . m'r.ing fr .in
fifteenth to seventh pla<-- Altno^uh
the leaders as a whole .-:f?.-red a .slump
In their hitting, very little change oc
curred. Hendr-x. Louisville, headir.c
the list with .37'"..
Bob Reseller, Louisville, ran himself
into a triple tie with the Kansas r"'ity
duo?Beck? r arn! \\\ Miller?for honor's
Good. Kansas City, took the to?al
base honors away f-.-n his teammate
Pecker. Me leads u t :, baset . .
on eighty-one hits t Mc<;arthv
Louisville. broke the tia In saci ? 0
bUs- shared w.th <"rane. Indiana*. ? ?lis
Ii?st week. McCarthy s ma-V is tw, m/
Smyth. Milwaukee, ha.-. i;.<i p.*
for stolen-baso honors with ?\v,-nt'
! REDS HOLD FIRST PLACE
BY MARGIN OF ONE POINT
(Continued From Fourth I'm?),)
HiiM.kl.Mi mad- it three straight from
Philadelphia last Sunday and defeated
Hoston three times In live games. in
cluding today's name. Kotietchy,
Brooklyn's first baseman, made a sea
son's record l?y nettinp ten lilts in ten ;
successive times at bat during thtt j
Pittsburgh lost its first panic at
homo with St. l.ouis- Wednesday.
Philadelphia lost all seven games,
making a total of nine straight losses.
The opposing teams averaged seven
runs and twelve hits against the
in the American League. New York
took two out of three from Boston ;
ami four out of eight from Washing
ton. inclu<litic today's game. Kusseli
shut-out Washington Tuesday and
Johnson blanked the Yankees Thurs- '
day. Shaw key's tenth consecutive vie- i
tory Friday was aided by four home i
runs, two of which were made by
A til let leu Win Double Bill.
Chicago, after dropping a game to
St. Louis, took three games out of
four with Cleveland, whieh ended its
losing streak at six games Tuesday.
Chicago beat Detroit two times out of =
Cleveland was held to one hit by
Khniko. of Detroit, last Sunday, de
ft-ated St. l.ouis twice Friday, and was
stopped by Sothoron, of the Browns,
Sat urda v.
Detroit and St. Louis broke even in
four KamiH. the Tigers* defeat Tues
day being t heir tirst after a string
of eislit victories.
In a seven-game series with Phila
delphia, Boston came out on top four
times. Saturday the Athletics for the
tirst timt this season w on a double
header. Philadelphia and Washington
split two games. Johnson pitching a
shut-out l.tst Sunday.
\/iiikcos (irt IO| llltn.
The week's record in each league of ]
games played, won, lost, with runs,
hits, errors, men left on bases and
runs scored by opponents including
games of Saturday, July f>. follows:
IV \y. n. K. M. K l,b.
New York 7 40' ,
' *! neiniiHt i ....;? 7 2 <2 SO 10
Mroon'tvn . .. S t, 2 4*
J'ltts-biirrh . .. S 4 4 34 71
St. t.'uu. ..... s 2- fi S3 si 12 m 4s
Boston s 4 4 3? !>l 10 S3 4*
Philadelphia. .7 0 7 23 :>>> ? 3S 19
, Amertrnn Lea cue.
p. W. P. R H. E I.b Or.
New York .... 10 6 4 44 101 1 7fi 40
?."hicaro s ft ;t 6.1 f4 i? r>.s 34
Cl..\*el?nd s 3 ft 4i 74 13 ft 6 fi2
Detroit S 4 4 27 CS S 6S 34
St l.ouis S 4 4 37 7;. 1 1 45 40
Heslon 10 S 5 f>4 no 20 7ft 46
Washington . ? '?> * 33 TO 12 70 34
Philadelphia . . !? 4 fi 3fi 7S 17 fi2 17
? Continued From Fourth Pa?<?=?.> 1
result of Dyer's double and a triple j
by Stanagc. '
All RUE AB R 11 13 1
Mu*h. ts. . 0 1 <i.t. Col'ns., rf 3 ft t 0 1
Young. 2b.. 4 0 0 OK Col'n'8. 2b 4 1 2 0 !
1'obb. ft . . 4 (i 1 1 Weaver, ss. 4 1 0 0 1
\'eaeh. If 1 0 j 0 Jackson. If. 4 0 2 0
lletlnian, lb 4 0 1 1 Ketsch. rf. . 4 110
Shorten, rf. 2 0 0 AGandil. lb.. 3 0 1 0
Kltisun. rf . 2 0 0 OM Mu'ln. 3b 3 0 0 1 '
Jones. 3b... 1 0 1 II Sella Ik. r . . 3 0 0 0
Dyer, 3b. .. 3 1 2 0 Williams, p. 3 1 1 0;
St ana e*. r . 4 0 TO
Leonard. r>.. 2 0 0 0
? Alnsmlth.. 1000
A\i-rs v ? .. 11 o o o
ti.'unnlns'ra o 0 ft ft
Totals.. . 54 1 r< 2 Totals.. .31 4 * 1
?Hat'e.l for Leonard In seventh.
iV>*nr,i (or Ayers lit ninth.
Score by Innings. R.
I "'roll 0 0 0 ft 0 0 0 0 1?1 '
l hiea CO 0 1 oil 00 1 ? ? 4
Suinmarv: Two-base hits?Jackson. Dyer '
Three-1 ??.<!? hits?<>andil. Stallage. Stolen i
base KHsch Sacrifice hit?Young. Dou
ble plav>--P*ls?:h t? IC Collins?Gandll 10
Weaver. Left on bases ? Detroit. 10. ?"ht- I
ret" 4 liases on balls ? off Williams. 'J. |
lht.?"if Leonard. 7 in <. olf Ayers. 1 in 2.
Mr by pitcher?-by Williams (Mush): by
l.conard (.1 t'iillins). Struck out--by W!l
liMiis. 4. by Ayers. 1. Wild pitch?L,eon- j
ar?i. I."Mnt pitcher. Leonard.
BROWNS, 6; INDIANS, 3
IRv Associated Press. 1
ST I.OPIS. July fi?The hitting of!
Far! Smith, Williams and Severeid was
responsible for St. Louis' second
straight victory o\er Cleveland today,
fi to 3. Those players made seven of
the locals' nine hits, and either scored
or drove in all the home team's runs,
Cleveland. SI. l.ouis.
AM R 11 R AB R IT E
! K Smith, rf r? 1 11 Austin, r.b 4 o 1 o
Watnbs lb.. 402 2 Mronkie. 3b. 0000
Sp"ak(-r. cf. 4 0 1 AiSedeon. ^b. 4 111
' Wood, if '? o 0 1 Tobin. If... ft 0 0 0
<",?rilner. :?b. :: 1 o n siller. 1 b. . 2 1 0 0
l.unte. as. . 2 0 1 ft Williams, cf 4 2 3 0
?Harris 1 0 ft ft K Smith, rf 3 12 0
Kv.?r.s, ss 0 10 0<;,.rber. ss. 2 10 0
j Jf'luiston. lb * o v ft Severeid c. :: 0 2 0
Myers. i> . 200 OWellntan. p4 0 0 0
. Ncill. r 1 0 1 0
| 'Nunamaker 1 0 o o
? Phillips, v . 0 ft 0 o
I ?1 ia R h\ I 0 1 ft
j (Jamlcson.. 0 ft 0 ft
j Totals.. 34 f< t T^tai? ..31 6 0 1
?P.tted frr l.unte in slx'h
IHatted ( ir M>er.? in M von'h.
it Matted for Phillips in nmtb
fftar. t"r Macby 11, ninth
S.iire by lnn.iiws. R.
Clevrtlan.l . .0 ft 0 ?? ft 1 o ft 2 3
St 1. iii 1. . . . .0 11 . ft 1 0 2 0 ?-?-<!
Summarv T?c.hn*e bits-- O'Neill, Karl
Smith <21 Sev reid. Home run ?Elmer
Sni'th Stolen bare?Williams Sacrltlcv
1;M? -t.r 1. ?, t?. t'lerb. r Double play- Wi-ll
111.in. tieilonrj ninl s'lsler l.'ft on ?
("1--vein lid ? Si I.' ii:s. '? l'.as?s 011 ball
( it I. off Wellman. 4 Hits -oft
Myers. ? 111 ? Hit bv i it<her?by l'btllips
? ?Serberi Stru '? ?>ut by Myers. I. by
We.'man. 1 W:!d pitih ? Wellinan. l.ojir.R
I lie her. Mvrs
, INAUGURAL RACES TODAY
(Continued Front Fourth Page.)
A'.'atv. Watts, but w.is defeated by
? Prime I.oree in : ftfil-L'
>Iiiht Vnnied Till* Yenr.
The pup Parity t>f the Tavern "Sieak"
is- shown by the f.??? i that tlurt\-oiip
iiomiiia: ions were re -eived m it this
ve.ir. Some nf thetn have fallen by
? e wavsido, while Truxton. on<- of the
' !:r:-r horses named, is now in Hen
mark. ?'ox named him, as well as
Mlgnola. who has been on the sick
list, his good four-year-old McOrcgor
the Great and Brother David. Murphv
also has four to pick from, his group
beine I.otto Watts. Mariondale. Con
slantinc the Great aiul Peter Vaughn.
Lockspur Is the ttrst nomination in
the event to win this year, lie showed
In front at the Crnnwood meeting-,
where he trotted the half-mile track
In 2.10'4. While he is apt to jump,
as those who saw him in the Walnut
Hall Cup at Lexington last year will
remember, Lockspur is a very fast
horse, as he showed In the J10.000
purse at Syracuse, where lie was second
In the first heat* to Prince Loree in
2.05 i.^. (Jeers will also make his first
start with Heglar in this race, in
which Laurel llall Farm will be rep
resented by Hilda Fletcher ami W. S.
Harlan by Native Hope, who made the
stop-watches click when he arrived at
Lexington from the Macon training
camp. Bintara. Hon Watts and the
"tuy Axworthy marc. Miriam Guy. that
turned the Hartford track below 2.10
before she was shipped to Cleveland,
are also eligible.
.McDonald Hendn Ohio Winner*.
Three of the ten Ohio purses were
won by Alonzo McDonald with Bob
Douglas, Lewis Forest and Star Win
ter. the latter placing its record at !
2.05. Murphy also won two of them I
with Marigold and Peter Scott, while
of the others. Geers won with Dudie
Archdale. Rodney with Baden. Cox with
Mabel Trask, Traynor with Ridgema*k,
and Boss Stout last year with Blanche
Carter. This year the California mare, '
Allie Lou. is the first one on the list,
which also presents the names of Ba- '
cell!. Brescia, De .Tolln, Echo Direct.
Hollyrood Kate. Red Bond. Mary Co
burn and the choice from the Cox ami
Murphy stables Pet rex. Selah Baird and
Legal W. being among them.
The lid wards purse has been since
it was established the first big pacing
event of the year. Murphy won the
first one with George Gano in 1!G<>.
when he kept him in front almost all
the way down the line. He was fol
lowed bv The Abbe and Vernon Mc
Kinney, who placed the record at
l . where it remained until l.i.-t
year, when A Game of ?'ha nee lowered
the colors of Peter Look in 2 0." V In
the interval, the first moneys have
been paid the owners of Joe Pat. in n
11.. I>el Rev, Peter Stevens, Russell
Boy, Ben Karl and Colonel Armstrong.
Twenty-two nominations \ferc re
ceived in the Edwards Purse this year,
and a large field can be looked' for
when the horses turn for the word i
Wednesday. Cox has won this race '
twice and will make an effort to land j
it again with the handsome Frank !
Dewey. If he is beaten there is very
apt to be a new record for the event.
Frank Dewey will take the word with >
Peter Look, who made such a bold bid
last, year; Omonde, Dan Hedgewood, i
Harvester. Captain Mack or Mourer !
Boy. from the Kline stable; Edna :
Early, Red Bearer. Peter Maurer. who
paced in 2.08 >-4 over this half-mile track
at Rockport, and either Direct c. Bur
nett. Ethel Chimes, or Sanardo, from
the Murphy stable.
(Continued From Fourrh Pag-? )
third innings, while Smith ailowed~one :
hit in two innings.
AB R1IE AH R II E
Risen. cf. 4 0 1 o Olson, ss... 5 1 l u
Rawlin s. :b < 1 1 O.Johnsn. 2l>. 4 2 2 1
Pow'll. rf.. 4 11 OtJrifTilh. rf. S ft 0 0
C'ruiae. If... 3 1 3 OWhi-at, If . 4 1 1 0
Smith. If... l n n 0My?r?. <f . 4 0 3 ft
llolke. lb. . . 4 I 2ft Konet'y. Hi t d I o
Tioeckel. 3b. 4 o o OSch'andt. lt>0 ft ft J
Maran'e. ss. 1 1 0 OWar.l "b... 10 0 0
Oowrtv. r. . . 3 1 l 0 KlblufT. ::b. :t ft I 0
Dcnurer, p. 4 0 1 ft Mll!<>r c... 4 0 1 ft ,
Grimes, p.. o n o i
Mamaux. p. 2 0 0 0'
s Smith p. h o o o
?Mitchell., i o n 0
* Hickman ..0 o ft o ?
jKruecrr.. 1 o o ft
Totals 32 6 10 ft Totals . . . 3S ~4 To ~
?ltatlrrl for Mum.iux m ?<?vrnth
? Ran for .Conn, hv in olRhlh
jBaited for S. Smith in ninth.
Score hy limine:-:
Boston .j o o o o 0 o o o
Brooklyn l o o o o o o o 4
Summary: Twn.haid hit?Gowrtv. Three- 1
. 1?Jnhn?lon Moni? rttn?OIhpm
Stolen bas%?Demure*. Sacrifice hit ? tjow
fl.v. Sacrifice fly?Griffith. Double pla\
Olson, Johnston and Konetchy. I,'ft "on
?Boston. 4; Brookljn. 7. P,as<>s ..11!
balla-?off Grimes. 2; off Mamaux, I: off
Smith. I; oIf r>?mnr<o. 1 U;i.s?on tJilni^s.
?? in 2-3. oft Mamaux. 3 in h 1-3 Struck
out ?by Mamaux. 6. by Deinaree. 3. Loslnir
FIGHT PICTURES BARRED
FROM SHOWING IN OHIO
C halrmnn of State Hoard of Censors
Consldera Film Too tior.v lor
fRv A^nriHlPil Pr?R!? 1
COLUMBUS. OHIO, July f,.-? The
Wil'ard-Dempsey light pictures, taken
at the ringside, of the championship !
bout :n Toledo Friday, were com
pletely rejected today by Maurice S. >
Hague, chairman of the Ohio Board <>f
Mov'.ng-'Picture Censors. Mr. Hague
was the only member of the hoard of
three to review the picture, and it is
possible that the other two members
of the board will vote to permit it
being shown in Ohio.
However, tihis is in doubt, as Mrs.
Maude Murray Miller, a member of the
board, declared tonight that t was
entirely possible that she will reject
the picture The other member of the
board. C. Williams, would not say
how he would act.
Mr. Hague declared that "such
human butchery should not be s-hown
where our boys and girls may see t "
He Mated that as the film had been
rejected persons or firms showing the
picture in Ohio would be prosecuted,
liable to fines from SOO to $300 and
:i year's imprisonment.
Though it appears almost certain
that the WiUard-Dempsey picture- will
j not be shown in Ohio, it Is probable
. t' at they may be seen in other States,
:f passed by the respective State
boards. This is possible because the
Mayor of Toledo, in granting the per
mit for the tight, termed it "n boxing
contest." A Federal law permits the
j interstate sh pment of pictures of
"boxing contests," but not "prize
;>tit ? ?
See Thursday's Papers
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To Regain Place
Lowly 'Gallas' Loses Foot
hold on Trousers of
With increasing animosity the lowly
suspender has been complaining: about
its loss of popularity. Por years the
?i Helen ? "gailus." has been losiuK its
foothold on the trousers of humanity.!
One of the most formidable blows to
the suspender trade was when I'ncle!
Sam decided that his boys should ro
to war girded about the center with
the up-to-date jean hangers.
Nor is the elastic harness as popu
lar in the city as elsewhere, lie that
beats the sun to the cabbage patch in
the morning and piles his framework I
tinder the sheets before the hour when!
the moon is punching ?n on the time
clock, prefers to harm hIs pants over
Ins shoulder blades instead of using
i draw string. On the contrary he
who is encompassed by the stiff* col
lar. the J10 bunion nursers and the!
Palm Reach shank coverings relies on
the enlargement of the shawl strap!
with the fancy buckles to save 'him I
At least all who can purchase ;? |
strap long enough to go all the way
round. When the ultra enlargement of
the feed cavity makes it an impossi
bility to make finis meet, it becomes
necessary in return to the ways of our
There is also the Individual who in
his caution would make double sure.
? mil Is neutral by use of both belt and
In the light to regain a grip on the
American shoulder, suspenders have
tr.listed the aid of the medical man'
who asserts that a belt confines the
"tummy" It is also said that belts
make too much weight on the hip
which could be carried more properly
?>n I he shoulders
Lookittc at it from tlie .'the.- side
of the ledger the belt costs less. lasts
lonper and less seldom disappoint
AVhen a man's unholstering k'V'-s away
at a critical moment he is generally
wary about elastics for tiie rest 01
his gadding days.
Retailers assert suspenders have
suffereil from a lack of publicity. Prob
ably t.he retailer thinks they should
be worn on the outside Almost every
one recognizes tiusper.??rs when, he
lamps them, but few people are on
speakins terms with -a pair Retailers
also howl about the lack of novelties
in the suspender family. Of recent
years the public refuses to use any
thing not built on original lines.
Suspenders for all time have been
practically the same. They take a
toe grip on the rim of the pants and
get a scissors hold 011 the shoulder.
One retailer asserts:
"I think it would v a difficult m ? t
t>-?.* to arous ? any trade enthusiasm .
suspenders at this nine. They need
strong and united help to eet ha -k
before the publi* eye. Of course in
rural communities the demand is good, j
but in cities it too slight t.i men-1
Brooklyn Mnnncer I.Ike* Mien.
Wilhert Robinson. Mrooklyn mana
ger". is very sweet on Pu? Allen. * e
former CSeorgia Tech firs* baseman,
now with the Dodgers Allen is
youth who plays well anywhere and
is a splendid outfielder. Allen also
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AQUEDUCT ENTRIES TODAY
PIr?t r !<??? six ami one.half furlotiKs ?
Housemaid. 117. Thomas P. McMahon. 100;
Applejuck II.. 103: Osgood. 9o; Master Kar
ma. ll<); Ov< rtnatch. ll"; Aunt Dinah. 95;
Coldvnlc. W; Scotch Verdict. 100: Jack l.eary.
10S; Paddy, l'?S; Torchhearer. 122; Swceidet,
90; Orderly. 115; Manouvre. 190; Court Gal
Innt, . Favour. 110; 1'nde'n Lassie. 93;
Sedan. 11". Pnwlse Child. 95; TltiK-a-lltiif.
11.'-; Hubbub, 119; Poacher. 11$; ntlllo li. 115;
Nightstick, 122; ltlKht Anule. 112; Cobalt
l.ass, l".t; 11 li ;>p> Valley, lift.
Sei'iuul ran?mile anil a sixteenth?Malice,
1(M; Gala Dross. 9S; ISuckboaril. 113; Alma
B, 10S; Kin* John, 113; llarwoorl II.. 115;
Coali r. ins. ts. M. Miller, 115; Tapageur. 10$;
Tie Pin. l'S; Montroya It. 11".
Thin! ran the Morrow handicap, selling,
one mile and a sixteenth -Hello Mahonex,
lift; Ticket, ll'i; African Arrow. Ill; Game
? iM-k. 11.; Man tiesa II.. !03; Daddy's- ?'holie,
111; Snap Dragon 11.. 119; Kllt^ 11. 122;
l.onl Herbert, lo*.; Frederick tho Great,
I Teimti.- Don. 118: Airman. 114
Fourth race?the Iroquois handicap, one
mil" la ridiilg Star. 117; Chasseur. IIS;
Thunder* la p. 117; Blairgowrie. 108. Duchess
l.t.>\ 1"?. Natural Hrldg". 112
Fifth r.?< e - mile ami sixteenth?Mlilrace,
"?v I.tieius. lis; ?'?>mme c|, l"s. Sunny I (ill.
!'??; Zinnia. 103; Chariej Francis, 11". Mary
Me!!.. l!l. Sasin. 115. Paddy Dear. IIV; Stith
:n Time, 1? ?; Plureiw.l. 95; John I Day. l"t
Sixth ra..-six furlongs?Teacher's IVi,
112; l.e Glorieux. 11~>; Furlough. tl.'?; Ace
of A< es. 11'.; Captain Al< ock. lit; Anjuc,
Iir>; American M?.y. 115; Gladiator. 11*: Sir
<'lare"'.. 115: Mhltan, 115; Ka.steru Clow,
112. l.a Ramblee. 112: Polntex. 115.
WILL MEET NEW CHAMP
hen .Inck Come* Ilnck llonir, Torvn
\\ III 'IUrn Out Kit MttKse to
Greet 111 lit.
LONG Bit A NCI I, N. J.. July d.~ .Tack
Pomps.-v. new heavyweight world
ili.tmpU.n. will maki' his home here,
where he did part of his training for
tin- big liKht. according to an an
timitn-ement riKide todav. Pempsey is a
tnembot of the Long Branch l.oduo ..f
Klks. Chief "f Police William -D. Wall
Barnes Safe & Va^ilt Co.
1219 Gait Mnln Strict,
llnht. H. llnraea, Prop, and Mgr.
Merchants and Miners' Trans. Co.
Steamers leave pier foot W. Main
Street. ."Norfolk. (Telephone Bell 4260).
BOSTON. . Mon. Wed , Sat.. 5 P. M.
PROVIDENCE. . .Thur., Fri.. 5 p. m.
NORFOLK . Mon. Tues. Thtir?. 5 P. M.
Attractive I'aMcnijpr and Freight Kates.
Full information on request.
A. I*. I'OIITEn, Accent. Norfolk. Vi.
Hotels and Itcsorts.
Wachapreague Excels Other Resorts
For eonthlnatlon Fishing. Hontlrs. ?urf
Hathinc r-st. recreation and home mm
I rt.-. g.'rtd Virginia cooking : home-crown
\ .! ? ? and s,-a food Two 111 >te 19. shady
Uwi.s arid sandy beach.
:id f r b< .klets A. II ?; MEAltS,
Witchaprcague. KaMern Sliore^ Vu.
The Greenwood House
Will Open for Summer Guefct*. June 20th
Greenwood is situated high In the Ulua
Itldgo Muunta.ns of Virginia. In Albemarla
County, on C. A- O P. it.: beautiful moun
tain h-enery. mineral water, lest country
tare; amusements. dancing, tennis, moun
tain clin.bing. etc. For particulars apply io
MRS. M. h. IIARRIS.
| PENCE SPRINGS
? SEASON'S GRAND OPENING
IIA I. Li
I'rldny Nl^ht, Jnly Fourth.
5 Mrtko yotir plans and reserva
% tior.s to spend tho "FOURTH" at
> Pence Springs.
^ FINE GOLF I.INKS. EXCEL
LENT HASS FISHING
<| And Other Attractions.
1 AV. r?. PAXTOX, Mcr.
2 Tence SprlnRH, \V. Vu.
si -..I up dls. Sp'cl wkly. I'luroimin Plan.
S';..".n mi illy. Sl"J.."iO up ?UI.?. Araer. Plan.
Pacific at Arkansas ave t'a p f. 00; riinning
In rooms, private baths. exten?iv.
I'T'lie.* and tluni-e floors, chnlce I a hi-' llath
h'.u.-s on premise* f,.r cuestf; t rl\aie .? n
'riv to l'?a?h Garair* Booklet
Virginia nv, and Peach?Ocean view; ca.
parity S>r.- private baths, running water in
rooms, elevator. &-r.. American plan. J3.60
up dally; special weekly. ltooklet.
Ideal for the Summer.
On th? Boardwalk, at Kelmont Ave. Sti
perior iocatioti. U'y to date In every detaJl.
Chelsea Ave. and Reach. Modern brick
< iwpership manncemen;?O. P. 7.A7.i!Al.l.
HOTEL MERION h "p'roop
Vermont av. and rhe beach, near all at
tractiotis1 Capacity :?f>0. IllRh class, inod
< rn hotel. Superior table, elevator, private
baths, running water In rooms. &c.; citen
sive porches. Ownership manacement.
M. U PARI.ET.
^ Ilotel ^
^ arId C(l?ino
0/\?>/\ t/irou(/Aoulthe YeaA
We Are Offering For
a comprehensive list of First Mortgage 6
Real Estate Bonds secured by City of
Richmond property and Virginia
Call or write for circulars.
Fred'k E. Nolting Sr. Co.
007 EAST MAIN STREET,
Irk was selected today to head a com
mittee to welcome to t^onK Branch the
new world champion and his trainer
and manager, Jimmy DcForest. of this
city, and Jack Kearns. Tlvo date for
Dompsey'n return has not yet been de
INDKXKI) FOR CJ17ICK HKFBHKNCH.
l.INK KATE I*Kit DAY
<Ccunt 6 words to a line).
I Sunday 10 Cents
1 Week-Day 8 ?enU
3 CoiihecU!;?e Days ? Cents
1 Inoiud'ng Sunday 6 wente
Thess rates apply only to advertisements
when OHah accompanies the order. Charge
ml vertlstments, wheru accepted. will be
hilled at a higher rite, subject to discount
when paid within reven days.
Lunger Term Kates lor Business Advertisers
Advertisements received an late as 10
P. M. each week-day. and up to a.30 P. M.
Saturday for correct classlUcatlon In tns
next morning's vjaper.
USE TUB TKLBl'tiONB.
Call "Randolph 1."
Ask tor a Want Ad Taker.
AMMO UIS'CEM EN TS
CKAIO. ?l)l?d. .Sunday afternoon. at the
residence of her bun. Hubert B. Craig.
Mary II. Craig
Funeral services will he held I', M
Monday from her sou'a residence. 14 16
on.I,?Died, in Hlchmotid, VrT~ July
I - j A M . U'liritt ltobert GUI, son of
Robert B. (till. .<11* Forest Hill Avenue.
*K''<I t wcnty-lour yearn, He leaves a widow,
formerl> .Vuss Marie B. Bilingion. ol this
Funeral services ?t the grave lu Maury
Cemetery Monday afternoon. 4 o'clock.
Petejj.oui'K l,al-,r'- please copy.
HARK V.?Died. July 6. li*19, at the rosl*
<let<< ?? of h< r liUMiatid. Mr. J I', Harry,
3u I Fourth Avcuui', Highland I'aiK. .Mra.
J. P. lurry
Funeral notice later.
HEWITT.? Died, at hib residence. 1303 drove
A\ettUe, .ii in. I.. A M . Saturday. July b.
Kdwln 1, Hewitt, in the (if i y-fourth >ear of
In." an-. He l>?vf> a widow. Mr.-. I-Jliubelh
Brock llewitt, h in! two brothers. William
llewltt. <.f Charles City, and Marion Hewitt,
Funeral tins Monday morning. July 7. at
II u'ctbc* from the residence. Interment
SCHBRMEltHORN.?Died. Sunday morning
at K.4."'. in the home of h-r bon-in-law,
George F Stiead, 612 \V?j[ ilraf Street.
Mrs. Btnlllne Schermerhorn. widow of the
late Major J. C. Scherinet horn She leaves
four children. J. A. W. c Sch?.rmerhorn.
of ii leu Allen; Mrs G-sorgc 1". Snead and
Mrs Osbouriie T Kelly. ?nd c.no bister. Mrs.
An-1!.., Gray. a!l of thi:< city.
Funeral 4 :>? P. M. t'.dav. July 7. at
Greenwood Chur??h. Interment in fi.tr.Uy
burjln? ground n'.?r Glen Allen, Please
runil flower* _
SB1.UBN. Funeral service* f"r thi !a?e
Charley S?lden were held at his residence,
III North I'nth Street, yesterday atternoon
at h o'clock, with t ho K?v. .! V. Downman
officiating. Mr. Selden w??, for many >ea:s
Identllled with business Interests In Rich
lliond. Kot several >eara h? was connected
with tlii Old nonunion Iron and Nail
Workr tinder the lm> It K Blankenshlp.
Later !oj became superintendent atid kmi
erul manager *f the ,?treet car lines of
Klchmot.d In th? pioneer davs of horse
cat.'" He continued :o hold that position
f.,r seveijteen ?.'ars. during which tune the
chance ?aa made to the electric system
today. H- retired from this position on
account of Ill-health At an early wire he
served with the Powhatan Troop in the
Confederate army and afterwards becatne a
nien.oer of li K l.ee < ainn of Confederate
Veteran.* He wa? a. charter member of the
Westmoreland <'iub He wan the son of
Mile* Carv !'l?r. and Harriet Heth tielden.
of J'owhatnn and Goochland <"ounll?'> He
leaves a wife, who was Miss Taylor,
of Fredericksbui e. and three children. Mrs.
Kmlvri Marsteller. of New VorK; Mrs
M llab^ision, We?thatnrton. and l.'.e*i.
tenant J. Taylor of th?> I' S ??! C.
Funeral I>lrt*ctor?. 4
PI'AUP ? Bdwit) 1'haUp, Funeral Jlrector
and Binbalmer, r.OC B. Main Street.
>' ^-i i n ! r 1 I'.andoirh ^ 3
hl"l HKIll.A.MJ-J I. Suthe: it; I i Sio*,
H'?r. iVom Main Street Phone Boule
vard 1T( Niifht and St|-;d?y Haiidolph !i^.
Lost mid Found. 10
MOV---Paul M. Hrendle n? as last heard of
In Northern Vlri;tn:a. If any one will let
tne V.now ?h-r<; hi is we will Kreatiy ap
f preciate (t. He :? needed at home. Have
not heard from him sine-e. January. ISIS.
?J_. _A Hrendle, Route No a. Franitlni. N. C.
I ?I?'.*!?t, Miiall female hound puppv.
Mack and tali. Liberal reward If rc
turned ti. .Vo l ! 1 J I'ar^j _
K K Vi it.'.ii of j.. . probably In ?
J'ttiey Itewarti. Call Houlevard SoOO or
Autnuiobilos for ^ulo. 11
Al'T'J It BP A I It I N >1?!.et us do your n'i!
?ob A trial will convince you of our abll
Ity Klser Ji Fllpi'en. 610 E. Main Street.
aV-TO mo HI i.B PA INT I N?l?C.i :l 1U nd oi p h
?'04? Hlffh-class work. t'allis Auto
Painting Co.. Hi.'7 West I'.road.
BARGAINS IN USED CARS.
SKVBN-PAS.SBNC.BK PA1CB JI.fi.'.->
SB VEN ? PAS.SBNGBK PAIGE ll.litO
FIVK-PASSBNGBIt SAXON ?7;,0
TliRBE-l'A SSBN'( v F. It GRANT J 7 00
ONE-TON TP.CCKS J7C0
l? A PREMISS.
310 WKST HRUAl) STREET.
? ('HEVROI.KT tourlnir car: itood as r.e*
Price riRh?: l>e?t condition A. Myers'
Sons Co.. &-11 South Eishth Sireet.
COMMIiRClAL. ALTO HoDIBS and wajfons.
Rli ?nard*oii l.t-.s . i!l.-, Hrook Aver.ue
. DBPBNDAHDE CSB1' CARS for sale. At*
la title Motor' Co.. IS37 West' liroad St reeju
FOR SA1.B ai a bargain. I Va-ton Republic
tr^irk and one Foril runabout. Apply
Armour & Co.. Seventeenth and broad
St reel *
; FORD 151* coupe, almost new. new t'.re?,
.??lioek Absorber and vale lock. 412 West
'Fifth Street Hande<:ph ISIS
j FORP tniirir.fr. overhaul^ thoroughly
newly painted. Fine shape, a hargiir.. A
j Myers' Sons Co . 9-11 South Eighth Street.
I FORD Piiiritiu car for sale: I91?> model, for
.sale for want of u.s.-; latest Improve
w*nt>: cheap. Apply -41"i Vena hie Street
I FORD t'lurlmr. 1918. Iik- new. llassler
shock absorbers. Yale lock, itood 11r. e.
?4:-0 lakes it Call after ]? M. ]L>]t
I Barton Avenue. Uandoli>h 1 &93-J.
I FORD 1HIS lourlnc. detnountabie wheels.
flue, shape 14 South Tenth.
j I' l' it I ? OWNERS?Pay attention to this:
Ford owners should let us demonstrate
the Van Hrigifle shock absorber. It's abso
lutely the pes' and we can prove It to you.
Monogram-llavollne Supply Station. 706 W.
J Broad. 15. W. Woodward. Manager.
FORD TOURING?1917. cheap. J375. Call
! A. R. Tllur. 130S W. Broad. Randolph
; Hji7z _
FORDS?For quick deliveries In Fords, see
j Mr lijmhes. Blchmond Motor Company.
? HUPMtJHlI.B?Rare opportunity. JSf.rt will
buy Mujjmohfle roail.-ter In perfect
j mernanlcal condition, and will giadiy de
I monslrate Good tires all-round. 1521 Bait
I Main St reel.
IF you wish to sell your Bulck, Dodse or
Ford, ve us. h? we can sell It quick
Richmond Auto Clearing House. 212 North
: KI.1NE roadster In good running order.
Apply Aviation Camp, below Fulton. Su
nerlntendent N a bora.
M D. 8TONB MOTOR CO.. Broad and
Shnfe; Streets. Dependable used nutu
mohiley for sale._
RKHI'll.T aVtOMOHI I.KS?013 West Broad
Street. Motor Bjchange. Bargest ei
cha^ngo In the South.
SERVICE AND i'OLI.IER trucks. Pilot cars.
owens Motor Co.. 1623 W. Broad Streot.
TUB BEST BARGAIN TO QUICK BUYER
I ?1017 (ih.i I tners five-passenger. Must bo
1 seap to be appreciated. Guaranteed. Mul
! Ian Motor Co.. 322 West Broad Street.
USED AUTOMOBILES?-For b.ircainu In
I used cars, see Mr. Moss. 319 West Broad
j'USED CARS?Pedigreed nuton for sale at
very loiv prices. Harper-Overland Co.,
j Inc . 'J13-LM& West Broad Street.
! USEL> CA11S?
BE SURE TO SEE
MOTOR SALES CORP..
1217 WEST BROAD.
ARK FOR MR. DARDEN
OR MR. CHAPrELLE.
USED TRUCKS?Several good used I ruck*
Stswart Motor Sales Co.. 1410 West Broad.
Automobiles for Hale. 11
VIA! TRUCK. panel 3f<j0 body. ju,t ..
. v" "cw:: cheap ?<> quick buy"" A
? H',ns e?- J"11 South Eighth Street.
Motorcycles untl lilcyclcs. la
BICYCLES?Seo Gentry, 60S \v?ai n,?.,,
Street. Call Randolph J(i3l nPJiA*1
clLnUy""\vora|t8'cHlleaC*tornt ret"tlr'"C a
i_ Auto Accessories. 14
' 1 HIM All Ml and painting Kmtth"
?Moore V ?? lilcl'j Co.. a 13 North Fourth )),
AUTOAIOB1LE PARTS? Why wa"?7??TiT^T
m.Vn "ln'L"y parts f?>r your auto!
mobiles when vvu can get used parts Voort
as new from Wilbur F. Dotson. 802 BrSSk
Avcnuo? Bring your broken pari by a?d
huvp II dupllrated. Randolph 6t,64.
CASIXU8 A.N'I) TUH1CS?Two TiTxV cheaD
????-'?'?l-hant|. 'loinpklns. 40K West Broad'
CYLINDERS J>B,' A11 BO N IZ E l7~,:riy cheaD
?5Bisi "" cu'"?" c? ="
U|jm. 911 ijii.i s,??
THE OLD DOMINION* 2-IN-l TIRE CO..
600 East Alain Street,
Phono Randolph 410.
j Distributors for Blncksion* tires. th? tlr.
p'airinV consc,ence- Vulcamrlng ind"tin
THE RICH M ON It TBI MM INC. CO -Th>
Broad Streot/ '"B lrlsnm "B"- MO W.
' i lit EH ? S I' c-rul 1 0-flay iToOO-mlli
iii . 30*:t nonskld. llo list
I :< 20x; i-: nonxktd. ?)3.2S- fist ?"*
?ilxt tionskld. 123; list. j.;,;. a' tuh ?
I ea? h tlr" f0f 51 r.0 Phone Madison R4-1
Richmond Tiro ,.rd R./bb*rCo\UU uZkJi
""-I I' ' i.n aol. :< or.ier *" orJvra
FOR TEN DATS ONLY.
80*3M LEE NONSKID
LIST PRICE. J21.00.
ONLY TWO TO A CU3TOAIER.
NATIONAL TIRE AND RCT3BER CO?
4:5-427 WEST BROAD STREET.
I y.ri vxWxTPMJiuzF
Hu?'y *-??- ?? ? "SLn:
' rilir^, P?nctur?;proof tubeT
j Writ-' for fr'..* !in 'JUl-; \'7f' p^* T?1}',rt ""*?
! "? ? Hfu'luitr. nvJ rv.-?- Tire
AC* EHSORIES? A full lTnX~^> :
, At.' .ESSOR1E3?A full kuppty of utjtr.mr.Mi
accessories of ani.ti . automobile
good u??-' r'? , ill /- *'?o s??vt>ral
II . 1619 W??*Broad K**hl<r Accessory
; A.?l fc.lt lv,A.^ 1, A Ja 1.; ij, lie 7 West u.i.
1 AV-r,'bi>'"'i,',f.-,Sh U u.b!U,I1:1 commercial auTSI
|Tho? g;W*d, ,, < v^aUn?
| A,ckrr? Twl'S7f;r "r'e^Tr " AITn l? Dr?lv/?h '
j Ur^Jn-lo'-No^ Ke?ton
AL'T' 'MOlill.K KKi'AIT 1 ' ?!
Han'''.r.'r'- A^?^?tI,r '"tr 17Vi
CAIIUO.N hurlw ou'. i<[, ? er.ts per cylinder
Br^Wr*'SlU W ' bh01'' 62' U'"
EMERrjKNCy r, jaD-SERVkIc *4.hour
Richmond ' "'i Ran<1ol?>h *07 7.
wiJTt h"...d c'e Corporation. 703
UENKRA 1; A UTO aToTTIlE REPAIRING?1
?>ni^,"vir?i, 4 ,y?-, Cal1 Randolph
. ..'th' phon*. Mouleyard 370?.W.
, MOl BO, 102! Wf?; Hroad Str??t.~ex?
?r,-palrlnj Work suaranteed.
1 Hi,?*E&?Aft*Qg?Automobile 6?rvico'of
^!n'!s Aleinb-m of :h? A. P. s. C.
1--1.-. ? .or;h Llch:f?n'h Str-et.
' L- .'!, HICE. AUTO HEPAIRINO Of All
kinds brrvlrn nun !?r i'ackard^ and
, Hni.rnobi.ey IS.3 Hulj Stre?t Madljon 1.
'N! ^ NEW by 1 he Uell T*o
?0 W nroTMre"r r,!r":,ns
SAX It V BROS: .V COTTHELly?Kord scr
rSlltrrZ?: t'-Ve^h St'rr!1. Motor
V L' LCAN TZlso? ?
LOWEST PRI''ES IN THE CITT
.. . OI.I' TIRES AM, TUBES
IMtOvM'?aT "K1-^'? r,??- RBTREADINO.
?!Vw\lr.v ?' 1 J?> 10 ALL WORK.
* ,\I l-L '. C^V ' 'I ?-A PP'jI NTAIENT8.
OLI'Khl A.-It .MOST MODERN
PLANT IN THE STATE
r,* TIRE COMPANY.
6.9 BROAD t?T. PHONE KAN. 30S3.
Auto I,ivery CiiiraRea. l<|
AMERICAN (iAKAOK. l.''I \\>7t Main
.street. Raaolliif' oil and greas-e; wash
and polish rars Opf:^_Sui;<lay.
A t'TOAlO HI I.h'S for hlr?. i'.'J* uVr honT
i E. L. Gold. Boulevard 1?S4-^. New'
clMn^ar*. experienced ?hauff*urs. prompt
ACT. i.MOHII.EsTOR HFiTe ?TToTTo $2 p.7
- 627 u
! A Dlnle.l"^
AAUdfsonr":lDW.,1W P'r hOUr" Ca!1 A!1^'
'[AUTOS" FOR HIRE?By holl]?; day?or
' w>o<. 11 oQ h'.iir. Phi's. Madison S00.S.
SMITH A IIICK8? Have live storage space*
available for trurks tn our jaraie Call
Smith ?? Hick* for rates. 12 14 -16 North
1'iftccnth Sticet. Aludlbon !?71-^72->73.
MROLNIA TAXI SERVICE?New autonie".
biUa for hire. I'b'in? Madison 400 and
Mammon 1KU- E.chth S?rVnd
Business .Services Ollered] t8
BILLS collected everywhere ~by~E Jl Paf
mores Collecting Anency. ao N. Elghfh
FLOORS?We lay. scrare and finish old and
n?w floors Estimates cheerfully 2lven
Parquetry floors a specially National
Hardwood Floor Co.. 204 North Fifth sU
Phono Randolph 3S2.
FREE TO ALL!
Soldiers, pallors and marines show,
ing their discharge from the nervic?
after January 1. isio. one civilian
SUIT PRESSED FREE.
No calls no delivery. Not good on
Friday or Saturday.
VOELCKER. THE CLEANER.
413-416 N. Fifth Street
HARDWOOD FLOORS?Call Randolph 3190
Alelvin .Meadows hardwood floor furnlHh.r
ion North Pino Street. 'urnisher.
PIANO TUNING by factory workmen coxTm
no inoro than ordinary tuning Fre? Jli
tlniatea. We guarantee sallsfactlon a j"
Crafts: Piano Co.. 218-220 \orih sii? i
j Stree^5 Telephones Randolph 703. Madl!
' WAllON COVERS made to order RlTh"
' mond Awning Co. Madison 21S2 214
I N?Jt_h Ninth_Slreet.
RV;h???. K-: T"?"' """
Heating and Plumbing. 20
PLU.MBEH?Call Itoulevard 1228-J? B (i
Hytrin Prlcr-s light.
I'LU.MBNG. roof painting and TeTJaTriT^"
Call Randolph 4K83. L^J Peyro^el. *'
PLUMHINO-Call C. T. Francis". 12 South
f.lm Boulevard 3.V.C-W. ooutn
IF YOU WANT A
E. O. HARRIS.
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