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VOL?. XXIi NO 45.
RICHMOND, VJLKGINIA. SATURDAY OCT013 ? ? 14, 1905. PlllCE FIVE CENT AM KUH ? ? HANKFHS' Ass? ? I \ t??\ ?*? ? ? <.r??M <;.i(li?riii^ ut ??.?-??p?^????-? ?># ltV**|>l?'nd?'n. H.-.iiity Sa\iii-v ?tart S.?, I i..?,--Iti,?|, i?*?ni?l Haul? | (.??. Tha Arn, p..in ? '? ill hold " : ? ? 1 ? ? - ?if A ??\.??.?.? ? ? Cal M. .il t?? la?* pia? ? it: ? inks ot th? Dial .miti.? ii?.'?. roller Mr ?;. Byron ? rmaa .1 th?? Comptroller ?>f Wi Liana ii. ? ??. ????. . ?, and thai ? nii (91,750, ? n liun ity million <:? entitled, 'Propi :t. hu?an l ? writ??!? was rea J t>> > Hanliart. ? ? at I L' oi'i ? Tha boaij ? <?< mmtn ?? . P. M Th?? ?! o of th? of ? | f?>l low.?!. Mr. lVyton of N'.w Yt>rk lHili*'d in.? frolli Ohio, I ??? ? ? .1 opln* The ?1 I Jota Mitilifll, Jr., th? .i?r?ii deh uo.-t farorable In* iii.i? h !.nmht.T by hi*-? mat humor In discuss in??; tin and s loudly applauded at the ? of his remarles. His rondinini.?-* . not know \ ,;<-. ?lo nothing" was foUowa?J by :.s of mttteo ?rere ac .linsrl> not adopt ?-.1. After the elecUon of oflleers the tody a.ljourri. ?1 and the delegates were lnvitt.1 '<? tin? fr?int ?>f the Hot?! Wi Kroii? < phoiojrrapl.? . rhadale, ? mal Hank of South | ton. Va. and Mr. William ? ! 1er, pi? Graham, ' Washington, 1). C. Oct. II? 1905. The American Bam >ocia tlon met this morning at 10 o'clock at the N?rw National Theatre. The falling rain mad?? th?? city dreary, but the inside of this magnificent play house waa a scene of transcen dant beauty and perf#?ct lovetineas. The ?tage was decorated with I, ferns and flowers. Above and SroOBd this was ti :> of in t:i<- esotra osi ptiotoKrapht'v's BIBOBSIm outfit f?.r the parp?se of ts?tlof ? flash ??^??; Boeiottna . and ? ..mi ornai th.? opper trineo of Ut? p and limitari? tt? 'his is tlat '? ? . .m i>?? bt tti r imagined Loon ? - ? I ? ? dution pro riding for ti: bershtp in t! opon ? - ? ? I h:irt of N'es York ! th.* M V. Pisci H.uik. ?)i irlogi I leni of Philadelphia Fund :ot formerly of ??; and boo ry of <ln tion I ih?* has ion and all thincs eqaal Ss bbqo? I pop th. dottai of hit trgely rasi ble ft ?r the north :ui?l . 'ess of t Isstios. Dr. IOaaaaaS*T*B Sliingl??. Dr. Albert A. Tennant. the dfiit phyalciaa at the iiuhmond Hoa I, i t n. 1 Institution ;?nd will BTOCtaOd to pr medidos. He has fitted up an office at 609 North Second Street. oraplished young prac ttchmsr boj orosHod much by hie servir? at the hospital and has handled successfully many difficult rooa cases. He en jo, eonfldeoee no only of hi? patrons. Itu of this community In which he Wa bespeak for him much OBB and persons seeking relief from of any kind will him both confidential and efficient. :o: ?The new home of the St. Luke Emporium is tearing completion. ?Mrs. Calile D. Brown's club led in tbe amount of money rais'*.! ?t the rally at the Fifth St. Baptist Church. ?? ? VISIT ?? THF WHITl. Hol -.] ?luixjr.tl?, ?,f ITsSBtfOa lieti B?\ Bril? liant HCSOO-l*r?*vi?l?-nt |;... \?!t <ir.*?-ts Tli.Tii Wash in et on. D C, On . 11. Th? Ion t?> U Bsok? ? d affair. It la II say J dosra of rain. It looked like thi and. Th?* : II ? ? \\ ? >i ? Mb w turo ? of tl ? "Ai ? At hi ! rd hBBd l luxurious fur. 11. Jr., I wad n.? long ? I and ambi ? sanded to 11 er, and t . .r fonnd hi : in.-ill. building while on Ml WSJ to his Th? nd tele ph.)i?. t?oth long distan? Iosa] and mem I with their fi : aorth as Maine, as far west as 8an FraOCiaCO, and as far south M ..?s. ei ii??? run? st. ?. Caaos*! I? Chsroh last Sunday were a su? At 11. a. ni. ROT. W F. Graham.D. 1) a Booj-atlrrtoj Tlu* : aCtlOB. It pi ,?'?1?' arch la li| ?rlc liKhts and th? >slgh1 ?g and .; IA >tlfoi I P. M.. Ut v. I). \Y? hst.r I d at nigl .?.. !? I), held Rapt. Chur? h ehoir ? its best and tli?* tffe? t was rr.n amount rOSllsed durin was slightly in excess of six hun? dred and eleven dollars. The ser? vices have been continued ?luring this week and Rev. Dr. Edwards was form:.il> inMalkd as pastor last Thursday night. MUTUAL GAVE TO CAMPAIGN FUNDS taMtated *G;p.000 to Republican Committee Sine? 1881? $40.00a WAS GIVI ? ? YEAR ?-^3??Ion?? of uttee (ause ??alter j In a the ' faatui ! ? and Vice 1 Gra . vcoeV ?. 011 ? * ? ?,, tha | I G I ; ? : I ? rt? ? ' ? ing f< ut by ? ' ? ? that I $72.? ? to fur I hia I? T?&aiy was ; *-.;?: : ??? .' ? !i >! !? TS. ???al y M ? ? pjad marmai its -? mm .rth. Bl mistake ?he real prov? ince of U these latt ? the main purpose was t money for Its policy holder?.. In my view thai is not the puipoati of *?''h c" They are alBBfcoaj inrj. When a ? an insures in a company he ahotsld t. ????? eration the fact that he has entered a pert philanthropic ?Oti.-ern that is in duty Ixniind BO spread itself, eren though this growth prevents hin realizing aa much as h?* ?'Xpeoted." Speaker Nixon Dies of Appendicitis. Nixon, speaker of the assembly, ?il?*?! at bla home h. M taken ill a 'hort time ago with apenaicitis. Sim yim methods relieved the trouble tem? porarily, but a aodden turn f??r the worse came, and aa operation was performed. The wound failed to heal, however, and a secon?l operation was performed yesterday. From this he did not rally. HUGHES HA3 DECLINED Nsw York Republicans Ars Now With ?llva ? Candidate For Mayor. ? Tork. Got 10. Charlee ?. ? r the insurance la? sting committee, declined the atepuMican ? D as candidate ?yor of New York, giving a? hi? reason that he could not apare the time from the Insurant??? inquiry now und? r way. Mr. Hughes said: "In thla dilemma J. hav? ?imply to do my luty aa I aee lt. In niv no right to acce;.? the nomination A ? | mount ;- ?f. Tht* ? boi r of the bu I ance !? ? ! Its fr< from bias r or favor, not t only m, <>*< ? ni? ? ?n of ? ra of ' debate." 97 In-iictment?; Apair.et Dougherty. for f ?* ? ? ? oourifv Tl I ' in the sum of ? for forsery ar. a FOOTBALL FATAL John Bui -ster Hoe j pital of Hen? ' I ? Ra ! ; : nhcmor? Mirr. ? ' : waa last ? I r>**ar**rr.< ?*? laut weel couli Ind bo ? 1 *r.*nt Fcctball Vie? ri C. ? '? I '.' I ' to his J i ? His Sepulchre | m Isr* ? com ??tn. a vault to sod the bishops of this diocese, to cost about $10.? ? m of V. d I. I., 1 l the ? rollment at the opening that of former years. There are enrolle i ?Mr. Thomas ? rax ton Joses and .Mis. \V. T. Williams of lasts : of tlH'ir l?t? Mr ? :o: ROW <???;????????????. G???? Install.? I loll. The officer? of the OrSB | >f the I Panics Star Association will have a public Installation on next Tuesday night. Oct. 1 7th, at the St. I ill at I f M. This organization was re cently chartered by the Corporation ? .?inmission. Among the sp? will be Mrs. Patate ?. Anderson and ? r J. H?nr\ CrWtChd? Id. The Mechanic Star Choir will furnish mu ...l?-r th? instruction of Prof. O. rt?T. The public Is cordially invited to be present. Tin? Ni'j?rt? anil Huhli? S? !????>1 I ?lu. a tiou in the S?uitli. T?? tl 9outh iTii States: I u ivo to our pi it is itn r an?l to f th?? .? e?f fui cilil Ii :i ?? ili ? ? ' ' ' ? noi all ? B) tion, 1 : in mount . ommunlt] t! . low 11, ill?? an Metho : /.ion M.tlio,'.. ? il in stili another pari I I r*j let bould ild lay ?] tto foll?n .ts. , and ?'ili? ci, nt If any should n?>t be moral character. The ti ar n I'ti-rs. but if he is morally who'. Kreativ help th?? ; I good t' imuntty from year to ?vithout ? reasonably good aal ary. ? poor Ralary : cmam, one ?a: I th?-n goes to sonu* other co.nnr.rnity It I .a th<> lon^ run to pay a large salary for a good tea<-her than to pay a small sal I poor '?er. 3rd. If the public school author! lo not provide a decent and ? rtable school house, and every ? ffi.rt of r | to do so has failed, the people in the run it y should tax themselves In order that ? good, comfortable ? 1 house may be built. Some of the school houses in which our chlldi t are fitter for cat tl?? than for BBBLBl 4th. \V?> should B*Si the public, of for as i<>ng s ?I term no ? the school only four or t?v?' months durlnga the pear, No community should until ool is in assai d or If ? : I ? \ <?t tod ! ? Third St. \. M ? Chun ? ? : ? " KM?.II ?- ?>1 ?'?'? III \S. m sonili Boston I ' ; Mr. ... W. Holbro A. Rt from Dt I () of the ? ' The bI d Worthy ? \V. I., Mor . ft. A Anna I. Ita:?.. Herald. Tuck ? r. afrs. Mary W. i'an.1.1::. Mi? ni.? ? Refreshmsata were served an? ? njoy.-d themselves. Th? this morning. ? Bhon are much pleased this morning. ?:o: Th.* Kiclinmnd < .1? rt I S St ISaaaaTJ H'l'? *>"* ?Hi Messrs f. I ; aham and Frank will present to the public on I, a great musical fantasy "The Ki.hmond Color? Mr. I^eroy Kd monde takes the leading character as an Hapi? Pretty Girls. Bright Costumes. Late Songa.