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Summer Boarding A ccommodations Are Now Being Sought By People Every where.
Times-Dispatch Want Ads. Are Always Consulted.
??gin to Advertise Now. The Cost is Only One Cent a Word.'
The Rate for Classified
Want Advertising:
""" I? I cent per word, Net Cash In AD?
VANCE, with a minimum cost of 10
cent? for each Insertion. Tho sains
-rate applies to deaths, ninrrtngcs,
obituaries and nil other classified no
?c6b. No display typo allowed In tho
.-lasslflcd columns,
LOST AND FOUND,_
LOST-SUNDAY, A BRONZE BADG13
? -.- -with Virginia coat-of-nrms un une .?lile,
underneath Inscription toy ? ?Valor, V. M.
I. Cadet.?, New .Market. Vn."l C M.
? ""Wesson un the reverso side, "?"Inder, by
leaving name at ihe Times-Dispatch of
jm 'lee, will be rewarded,
8trXy1^~FR0"m 3-1 IS HOME, APRIL
11th, a White French Poodle Dos an?
swering lo Iho name or Tlpoo. Return
to 60" North Ninth Street, or Terry
? Bros., 40S North Sixth Street.'??wj re?
ceive reward. Mrs. 11. LUTHER
TERRY.
?t?ST-ON BROAD STKl-'I'T. B?S
fttvben old Bijou Theatre nn?! Seventh
iniri Broad, Pocket-Book containing *?!*..
Reward If returned to this pillee._
HELP WANTED?Male.
'AN EXPERIENCED SALESMAN
wanted: one who Is familiar with gents
clothing and dry-goods; must have some
Idea nf window decoration; reference re?
quired. S. DAVIDSON & CO., Lnw
renccvllle, Va. _
ANT ? INTELLIGENT ''PERSON MAT
-earn good Income corresponding for
*. newspapers; experience muiecesaar?.
. Bend for pattculars. PRESS SIND.-,
?r- CATE, Lockporl, N.T.
BECOME A CHAUFFEUR AT HOME,
positions guaranteed at $2? weekly.
Write for particulars. AUTOMOBILE,
DepT. 382, No. 74':, Seventh Avenue, Now
York._?
.DRUGGIST-WANTED-FOLL REGIS
tered, to take charge prescription phar?
macy; state experience and age; ?alary,
$15 per week lo start with. W. A.
1CEEL1NG, 333 Sycamore Street, Peters?
burg, Va,
MEN AND BOYS WANTED TO
learn .plumbing, bricklaying, plastering
trades; pays $5 n day. Special offer ?25
two months' course; short time only;
union card guaranteed. COYNE
BROS. CO., New York, Chicago. St.
Louis, Freo cntalogue.
MOLDF/RS-NOTs-TTNlON, ON MACHIN
ery; steady work with yearly contract
to good men. P. O. Box 591. Philadel?
phia.
PRESSMAN FEEDER; STEADY MAN
for good Job. Apply to foreman print?
ing department. SOUTHERN STAMP
AND STATIONERY CO., Twelve-Six
.Main Street,
TEACHER WANTED-S?'HOOL CO-ED
ii<-n.UoiiHl nnd privat/?; male assistant;
Methodist; exemplary character; expe?
rienced; salary, $570 aji4 home. Write
to Virginia School Agency, Culpeper, Va.
-"WANTBD, AS AN ASSISTANT TU
bookkeeper, a young man of about 17
years of age; would prefer one with
no experience; handwriting small and
rapid, and liulck at figures; reference re?
quired. Address V. O. Ro.\ 5S, city.
WANTED, EXPERIENCED DPIIOL
.?-terer?.. Apply or write to GLOBE PAJ<
LOR FURNITURE COMPANY, Hlgn
Point. N: C.
'ft" ANTED ? EXPERIENCED DRY
cli-aiipr and nressev of ladles' garments.
?JOHN AUSTRIAN. Mire Washington
. Avenue. Newport News, Va.
WANTED-AT ONCE. SIX GOOD ITAR
ness makers; steady work; good wages.
Address P. O. Rox 172, Hampton, Va.
SITUATION WANTED?Male.
WANTED, BY A YOUNG MAN. TWEN.
? ty-seven years old, a position In Rich?
mond by May the 1st: wholesale drug
house preferred: best of references,
' JArldress E 342. care this nfTk-e.
WANTED-A POSITION AS ASSIS
tan, to party running summer hotel;
boarrllnc house or poultry farm. Ad?
dress W 23. care Times-Dispatch.
IVANTBn BY AN EDUCATED AND
Industrious person, a position as collec?
tor, copyist, solicitor or any hones', busi?
ness employment; can furnish best ref?
erences. Address A., 351, this ofllce,
HELP WANTED?FEMALE.
CASH GIRLS .WAISTED'.' MILLER &
R110ADS.
*?
Wanted. English or America?
woman to take charge of flvo-year-olU
boy. and sew; good homo and salary,
Address "NURSE," P. O. Ho:; 101, Rich?
mond, Va.
SHEARS SHARPENED.
?JOE BICKERSTAFF SHARPENS TA1L
ors' anrl barbers' shears. lSli !?;. .Main.
PAPER HANGING.
\3K SURE TO KEF. MY SELECTION OF
Wnll Paper bofore placing your order.
Nothing but '? first-class work, n H
. brapkr, 120 E. groad Street;
"f??e- u p h o? s t e r7?g~? n d===matT'
TRESSES.
JACOB UMLAUF, 'PHONE 3292 Will
repair and reiipholster your furniture
like new, will sell ymt n nice now
MattresH: rmikf old out*-? over ?Ike now
Prices reasonable.
MACHINERY.
RrEi.-iA!. AND PATENTED MACHIN
ery built; have your ?mechanical l<l.*ns
developed, manufaeturod ami murketecl
liberal proposition. C, H. KCAll) CO '
Trlgg Shipyard. 'Phone sO.'t-'.
Times-D i spate h fi ranches.
?rTV?oiiu-.viris nr?nch ofric
com f, lliu advert!?
l?LAUliHTEK'S Um.-fi BTOP.K. Tiv?nlv nr,;.
uaU V?nnl.le Kin-el*. ?"?'?I'v-llrti:
W. P. li/lNEJ. :'iU li. Urutxa Str<<!t
A. A. &COTT, Twenty-fifth und n,.., a s,rr?..
HOKICV.-l' .1 WILLIAM.'!. Vvveny.f,-]'""',
Marniii.ll StratH?. "'n anl
T ARRANT?. CHANT ft CO., Fou.hr? ..*,<
O.. W/ LATTIMER No. 80J V*. eut iiar:hi:l
' ?THOMPSON' 8 PItUO STORK, ;,?*, ,-,, ....?
Main Sljreet. ~ ???'
1, \,. BEYERIDCE, Xiro-jk A*,er,u? and Clav
'lilTC*t. "*'
HAHY'li I>I?'-"(* RTORB. Barton Helen!?
WA?p?ffft?!o'ww^''
ROIMN'B I'HAI'.MA?--,". No. {00 u^?: Mt?r?h?ll
?rrf^imvn store n0. mi n?-.,? Mat?
Street, corner Fiflrenlh.
IUPSON CUNNINOIIAM, No. ???r Ea?t Main
?'a?'.rntr Twi nty-nmt.
PINE RTHBET PHARMACY, Ko. ?D? Sou-1
' Pin?, Btn-aet.
Baal ISroad Btreet. ' "'
THI- PAHAOON PHARMACY, No, Ml We,:
EATON'''pH-\HMACr. Twenty.,!**?,!), alil .N
BtrMt?.
?UK?N'B PHARMACY. .No. IIS .-anal fltreet.
J. V. I.1W1?. No i Ka?, Hroi.J a,r???l.
,IL".N'I?I.EY f: WAI.KBI1. Twenty-fifth Bhd
IxIki, atreitu.
?ARTB1VS DRt-'-i store:. No no: iiuii
Btre.tf, Mnnr-ht*?ler.
W. A PBKKIS'.S. No. i We?t Te.bl, Etr*?j!,
' peftrabuia. Phone No. 176.
TWBNTY-KIOHTH AND N KTREirr l'Hall
Wa.rr *l u-aJili -aJi-'ili. ??ad N ijlrti-Ua.
\Vill?o'Nv?tkiii's,ls ?ud??ig and, watching -sister and her beau. Can you see him?
BOARDING
EIGHTH STREET, NORTH, 51G-WANT
ed, permanent, transient and' table
boarders. Terms reasonable, homo com?
forts. ,.,.-..
REAL ESTATE?For Rent.
FOR RENT-THREE UPPER FLOORS,
Nos.-;17-2t-North Twelfth Street, contain?
ing about elevot; thousand square feet;
will remodel to suit tenant; admirably
suited for light manufacturing; also,
otllce, ?xTO fort, No. lfi N. Twelfth,
with basement anil three floors above.
RICHMOND TYPE AND ELECTRO
TV PE FOUNDRY, Twelfth and Bank
BireetB.
-?'OR RENT-FINE BUILDING, SUTT
ahlc for light or heavy manufacturing;
Southern Railway and water' connec?
tions. Address C. B. FORD CO. 'Phoiio
302S. Trlgg Shipyard, .
FLAT FOR RENT.
TOR RENT?EI.BGANT FIVE-ROOM
apartment In one of New York's most
fashionable apartment houses; com?
pletely furnished, from June 1st to Sep?
tember 15th. Address F. C. R-. Room
1015 Flat-iron Building. New York city.
'"real estate wanted.""
WANTED-SMALL FARM (WITH
dwelling preferred) near city, conven?
ient to street car or railroad; state
lowest cash price and location. B :!in,
care Tlmes-Dlspatch.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES,
STOCK COMPANIES TNCORFORATED.
If you bave stocks or bonds for sale,
offer (hem through me to investors.
GEORGE M. KELL?GG, Broker, 315
Ellirou Square. Buffalo. N. Y.
PERSONALS.
EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS IN IMPORTED
and domestic patterns at R. B.
BRACER'S. 12(1 F.. Broad Street.
JOE BICKERSTAKF SHARPENS AND
repairs lawn mowers. 1811 E. Main.
FURNITURE AND CHINA PACKING.
-4
JACOB UMLAUF, 70.1 WEST MAIN
street, will pack and ship your furni?
ture, china, etc.. with care. Let him
pack yours. 'Phone 3292. -
SHOE REPAIRING.
2.-.C. WE REBUILD HEELSi NO WEDGE
shape scrap put In to shove out on edgo
and look ufrly. We stitch our soles on
Goodyear Electric Stitcher; no blR, ugly
Btitches like the cobbler sews by hand,
Men's shoes haifsolcd, 75c; ladles', GOc.;
best leather. "Morsan ? Wright's" Rub?
ber heels, 35a. ; Red Cross rubber heels.
Mc. DREW'S ELECTRIC SHOE FAC?
TORY, 7l? E. Main SVeet. 'Phono 2067.
Our bicycle messenger service goes any?
where.
MLLL??ERY.
NEW AND PRETTY DESIONR IN
Spring Millinery, Imported and Domestic
Trimmed Hats. Call and select what
you need for the season. Prices will
surprise yon. Mrs. JULIUS BEAR,
1423 East Main street. ?? -?'.
IF YOU WANT THE VERY LATEST
In Bastei- Millinery he sure to call ami
see the beautiful display, all the latest
shades ami shapes, nt Mrs. M. L.
WORTILUUS, 1M0 N. TjilrdJUroot..
LAST CALL! DORMANT ROSES,
TO CLEAR OUR GROUNDS FUR
Hprlng pl.-.ntini?. Three-year Philadel?
phia ?uni Crlhison Ramblers nncl other
fine Roses, 25o, mid under, ir taken away
by you. MERIT ?.OHK CO.
NOTICE,
WE HAVE NOT' BEEN ABLE TO LO
cato the following named perBons who
arc entitled to premiums: Mr.-. Rosalie
LiUVBflll, Mis? lienrlvlta Alton. Alisi
Sarah Haves; B. \v. Christian, Willem.
ShavorB, C.arllrld llatt. They will please
communicate with BALI.ARD & RAL?
LAR!) <'u., 103 Flo ut h -Eighth Stroet.
MRS. 1.. I'.. MORRIS IS NO LONGER
connected with PourtpiroamV.Tem.llo t?
Co., but Ins opened new millinery par?
lors ;.t ?08 North Fifth Sti-eet. with
entire 'now Mick of intest millinery
novelties,
NOW .'is Tin-: TIME! kERTA ini.V!
Of course}!! for "Crnfls" Royal." If
your dealer ran't .'imply, vim, write lo
Till-: ARTHUR .). CRAFTS CO.: Itlch
NOTICE AT ?.".I 15, ? AI : Y STREET IS
the placo in gp] all kinds ?>r blnel;
sniitiihn; und wood work dune on shmt
notice wlih a Riiaraiilre of best work?
i i '? t? -*. i i l>. Come and ?el our pilcfs.
WILSON .'.- UAJ1NCIV.fi.
MOST COMPLETE STOCK OP AWN?
Ullis, m nt:; anil I'Ibkb in the BOUllii
prices rlBllt, II. V.. C0PT9I-ANP & CO.,
IOS North Ninth. 'Phono 2570,
?i TlpIS IP vor ?VILL SEND MR I?.-?
t will it nd yon n gallon of corn whiskey,
?lskt years ola. iu:.n terry, ciarltai
V Hi V-..
WE MAKE BLUE PRINTS. RATN OR
htm . bi .beti-i,..ty. ? North Eleventh.
'phone --M.
IF you want vont rouse ON time
?ivo ii.miract lo !?:. it. UROWNi
Hart?n Ueiirlils, v.a.
DRAWINGS OP AI.|, KINDS MADE
UPHOLSTERIfiG.
SPECIAL MIDWINTER PRICES ON
reupli'-laterltiK parlor furniture, couohe?
etc., ai J?rgen? Furniture Store. 41?.ri
En-Ht H rond street. We aocepl monthly
or weekly i?tiyiiieiits on this work..
FOR SALE.
U. S. TRANSFER COMPANY.. JIOTl/l
power replaces the horse; SCO to ?fSu??w
lioad of horses and 100 head young,
blocky built mules, ages (1 to S years,
weighing 900 to 1,400 pounds, to bo posl
tivoly sold on account or our new motor
wagon system. Will bo sold at rute ot
T5 head a week. All good, serviceable
stock, right out of hard work; also. oU
head voting, big. fat mares, pavement
sore; will como sound In the county; -o
sets nearlv new harness at. s?crlllc.e; Seo
SUPElRINTENDENT. nt stablos. 415-11?
North Paca Street. Baltimore, Md.
EVERY LADY SHOULD HAVE A BOT
tle of "Crafts' Royal" for pianos, or?
gans, fine furniture, hardwood floors,
picture frames, etc. Why not have the
best? Ask your dealOiMOIf he can t
supply you. send' 50 cents direct to us
and will forward you large bottle. THE
ARTHUR J. CRAFTS' CO., Richmond,
Va. .
USE K A LENA. THE OLE ANSI NO
paste, for the hands and for household
ntid kitchen purposes. Will remove any
kind or dirt, grease or satin without
the least Injury to the skin: 5, 10, lo
and L'5c. boxes. VIRGINIA GENERAL
SUPPLY CO., 631 Last Main Street ..up?
stairs).
FOR SA LE-A SPLENDIDLV BUILT
case, suitable for an architect's office, to
store drawings or plans. Just the thing
for any one needing a large case with
wide, deep drawers. Cheap to nulck
buyer. Apply 'rimes-Dispatch Business
Offlee, ?116 East Main Street.
TRIGG SHIPYARD EQUIPMENT, CON
slstlnp of machlnerv, tools, stnnvrootn
supplies, motors (15 H.-P- to 120 H.-P.),
beiting (slnele and double lenTncrt.
shafting, pulleys, banners, etc. Lumber
and fire wood cheap. Address S. Mi
TOMLINSON, Shipyards, Richmond. Va.
FOR SALE-A FIRST-CLASS; LADIES'
and Gent's Restaurant on Broad street,
doing a Rood business; good reasons for
selling; none but ?hose meaning busi?
ness need apply. Address G 345, care
Tinres-Dlspateh.
FOR SALE-DEPOT CARRIAGE; PER
fect on million ?correct style: used short
time. For nulek sale can be had-'at a
bargain to prevent storage obarges.
Apply W. C. SMITH, 314 North Fifth
Street.
FOR SALE-EXTRA LARGE MADERA
Vine Roots, 15 cents a dozen, ?l,-10 ;i pvi;
Dahlia Roots or colors, 25 cents n dozen.
SI.50 a 10'?: Gliiiliolus and ..Tuberosos. 15
cents a dozen. 1221 Brook Road, or at
Second Toll House. ?
AJ-BEMARLE SWEET CIDER BY BAR
rol or carload; also manufacturers, of
superior snow white corn meal; Writ?
for orlces. GREENWOOD GRI.rr ?Si
CIDER MILLS, Greenwood Depot. Va.
MULES. MULES, M ULES- U. S. TRANS
fer Company; 50 head young mules,
prices $100 to $150 a pair See Sl'PERIN
TE.VDENT. at Copipany's Stables, ?115
417 North Paca Street, Baltimore. Mil.
ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVEN
on AwnlnKs, Tents and Flnijs; prompt
work; large stock. H. E. COPELAN'D
& CO. 'Phono 2576. ?
THE BEST VARIETIES AND THE
best Roso Bushes In America, 51,00 pot
dozen and up. MERIT ROSE CO., W.
Grace und Cedar.
13.75 FOR A ROUND SELF-FEEDER
Stove. Isinglass doors, at .TURGEN'S
FURNITURE STORE. 419-421 East
Broad street.
BARGAIN FOR A QUICK ROVER
fine paying lunch room; strict Investiga?
tion quoted. Answer quick. G 355, cure
Times-Dispatch.
EXCELLENT SADDLE AND HARNESS
Horse; guaranteed. BENNETT'S
STABLE.
JOE HICICERSTAFF i; M AK ES ICE YS
ami repairs Indis. J Kl 1 E, Main,
"wanted.
TO BUY '"FURNITURE T?: LARGE OR
siiTiil! quantities. Address P. O. Box 775.
COAL AND WOOD.
TH??^COAL STRIK E WO.\"t~7ntER~
fOl'O with prii'es of my wood, been use I
linve, the largest stock of wood In the
city anil getting In several oars each day.
It Is original N. <"'? Hart Pine ami Oak
hnlf cord pine, $2,6(1: half cord mixed
}".i;o. Yarilr--'Mow?' aii'l Marshall, 'phono
lS'-'O: 1201 West llroiul, 'phone 1009.
LONG, the Wood Man,
ROSES! ROS?IS! ROSES!
OUT. IS AND S0C, ROSES WILL MAKE
handsome bushes and bloom profusely
thin iieaaon._MK.lJT ROSE i'O.
MEN'S HAT REPAIRING. -
RAN A MA AND ST I .A W 11 A T B
bli'iichi'd, blooki'd, rott-.'mmi'd. AMERI?
CAN HATTERS, 401 Eaat Mtirslmll. Wo
have no ago lit?,
EDUCATIONAL.
SCHOOLS WISHING TEACHERS AND
teachers wishing position for next bos?
tdon n.ldri-KH CENTRAL TEACHERS'
AGENCY, Rox 12, Richmond. AJay
EGO RAKING POWDER.
EGO BAK'.N- POWDER, MAUE OF
whites o? of?gH, wheat phosphates,
hli-.-irhonulc Hodu; absolutely pure; saves
eggs.
TRUNKS AND BAOS.
\VE VY ".NT YOU TO O?LL AT 70,'i'EAST
Broad Street tincj convince ynirselr that
v.-,- have the lurg.'iHt and best lino of
Trunk? and Traveling S,o?esslt|e'n in tno
city; rciii'ltiiiK rtin.e. H. \v. iiou.N?
TREE S RRO,, Trunk, and Uns Co.
STORAGE.".'"' "
Kim o'heXp ANP DRY t-mii.?Gl.
rooms apply to RICHARDSON it
CHAPPEI.L. Blorage Department, Bel
vldere Building, 601 W. Main Street.
Base Ball,
Autoin g, ill
Yachting.
SPORTS
Boxing,
Tennis,
Racing,
BIG HANDICAP IT
WEDfp-DAy
Car'tcr Stake of .$10,000 Feature
o? Opening of Metropolitan
','? Racing Season.
ROSEBEN HAS TOP WEIGHT
Seventeen Horses Entered and
Others May Be Added at Last
Moment.
(?tloiudsicr'saiUKT. Bi(jj ?1 it-loads)
NEW YORK, April 10.?The Carter Ilan
cl?erin, the $10,000 feature of the opening
day of metropolitan racing, will bo run
at Aqueduct to-morrow, probably on a
muddy track, bocausn
of the heavy rains to?
day.
Bast year's Carter
was won by Ormondes
?light, who Is again a
candidat*! this year.
public opinion as to
'the outc/inio of the
Carter this your Is as
cliversllled as usual
when ?? big nice Is about to be run. Tlio
<.?onsons-.jp of oiiiniou, however, <?c?m? to
j favor the ?.huncos of Roaeben, If* the'go?
ing is ?u ?ill good. This champion sprinter
of lust ?jeuson has been tralnlng-.aplcild.ld-*
ly, ?mil If ho is hoiu to t-he. post he
doubtless will be favorite.
Whimsical, the champion two-year-old
filly of last season, is another candidate
whoso chances will be fancied by many
liBtidlcappcrs. Lord*of the Vale, from the
Muhle of* August Bolnioni, had his Carter
pre.pnru.tluu at Behiilng, where he was re?
turned ?in easy winner ?luring the past
week. *.'. ? ? ? .-?/.
Ho likes heavy going anil is rrgaideil.BB
a sine factor in to-nrorrow feature. The
two New Orleans .representatives, Haul's
Horn and Phil Finch, the latter one ot
the stars of the*'whiter session In the
South, have hacK;a/irofreshliig rest and
have attracted much attention In their
Carter trials. *"'
Horses.'^nd Odds.
The horses, jockeys and probable odds
are as follows; ,ir.
Horse. Wt. Jockey. R?tt'g.
Roseben .*...32!l f.yno ' 2Jo 3
Lord of the Vale..">;'12?1 .1." .lon?s. G to 1
?Ram's 1 lorn.. ~.V. .f!120 0)NnlUni3i3?:to,3
?Phil PinclK,,..?v,,'Ml'?J J..'iMar.Ui-.-1'l tft.l
Ormondes rt^bt.Hi Shaw. . A .to 1
Bed Knight .,.1?iS .'1'reubel 10 to 1
Southern Cross .10?! C.Morris 6'toi
Bohemia*".'.f.int Miller ? 10 toi
Whimsical .'(1103 I,. Smith S to 1
Reim. ir.300 "?.Garner TO to i
Goldsmith .*...,*,, un
Battle Axe."?.,",. n?!
IVArkle.., ffi
"?Green Room .......fin
??Bell'Mero ..fin
Ballotta ..-. n.1
Hermitage .; 00
Flolschon -?--o to i
Xq?no 30 to 1
Clinndlor 100 to 1
O'Connor 12 lo 1
McD??!?-*] 12 to 1
Barnes 100 to 1
.*.- fio Natter lOO to 1
?Williams entry. ?Bonninglnn eiiiryi'
This will he tlio ninth renewal tit iho
Cart? r Handicap, which Is a. nice of seven
fUrlongs. On the roll of winners lire sue!'?
good horses as The .Maxman, Duke
Mlildlcburg, Box, Motley, F'tliics. Ahum?
ada, .Beldame and Ormonde's It'ght. Tho
record for the race Is 1:2?, liiade hv Box
In 1000. Ormonde's Blgln (which won lust
year),' ran the distance In 1:26*1-5, beating
Uo.-eben. Utile Km -and fifteen others.
To Have Steeplechases.
The other races have filled well, nnd
the Holds will be almost top-li"oavy unless
there lire some withdrawals. Altogether i
nlnoty-four horses were mimed - for the
six races.
.Many Improvements have been made at
Aqueduct since last,fall. The architects;
.Messrs. Dodge ,\?- .Morrison, have been
busy dmlng the Interregnum, and the re?
sult will be for the comfort of'the public.
Steel columns ami girders replace the old
wooden posts which supported the grand?
stand roof, and a llftoeli-foot proineniwle
Is now at the rear of the stand.. A build?
ing 2SxEu feet, near the paddock, has been
constructed for owner?; Jockeys, trainers
and clerical Olllcors of the trad:. This has
been dune to keep the Jockeys as far a?
possible away from undesirable persons.,
For the tlrst timo in Its history steeple?
chases will he seen at Aqueduct during
the coming meeting-.
The Entries.
First race?Five furlongs, threo-year
olds and up; selling-Kuttor, 110; Edict,
Diamond, lOSj Thespian, night, and True,
Hi?; .Monacordor, lfjti; Consideration, 105;
Neptunus, Hobo, l?l; Snow King, 102;
C'ouhIii Kan-, iHi'lifcl, Karly and Often, t?;
Toots Mook, %; Brush Up, !W: l.awsoniiin,
i'l; .Marins rains, !?1 ; CasKandra, S3; 1,1st
less, SI,
Second race -Six furlongs, three-year
olds und ui?. which have nut won ?2,nW
In I;?:, or 190,1-lid. Hall, 127; .Moharlh,
arnVPiOi "s; Idle Dream, ll?; ICmorgoncv;
11.1; WntergniH?, Dlleno, Chirk tirllllth,
Veronese, mi; Helmoro, 1)2.
Third race 'I'lie i ?r.oiie stakes, iwo-yciu
olds, four furlongs -Disaster, Solly M?
10,1; Compensation, 305; Hcrtmont. KM;
Chnr.-adii, Alllnlty, Acrobat, U)2; Tlappa
hannock, 100; Kingston Girl, Molosoy, 00;
Athen?, Tiicing, Fou Du Dnc, Cora
Price, HI,
? Court|i nue -The Carter Handicap of
?lii,i?iu, thi-ei-vear-olils and UP, seven fur?
longs-- llosehon, 120! I ?in! of the Vale,
It a m's I lorn, 1 JO ; Phil Finch, 110; Or?
monde's Itlght, HP, ned Knight, 108;
Southern C'ros?, IM; nohonilu, 101; Whim?
sical, u?; ftoho, too*, ciuldsnilth, Qroen
Boom, ail; llaltlcaxe, ?if,; D'Arklc, !?.*>; Bol
inoro, Hallotta. 'X\; llennltugc, 00.
Fifth race--Seven furlong?", throe-year-*
Old? and up; selling- Thespltin, Tho Curo,
MISCELLANEOUS.
.loK lili-KKBSTAFF SKDl.S IUHI-'
ball- -rood? and Itsblng tueklc. 1M1 J3,
Main.
ANTIQUES.
FOB OIUfllNAI. ANTIQUE FURNI
turo, etc., lit right prices, seo h. IS,
A UNA 1,1,, .UK Hrool, avenue.
CARRIAGES AND WAGONS.
IF VDlTTlt!-: IX NW1911 OF A BKOilT,
runalHiut or surey It Will pay you lo
sen B. C. Blil.STDW, 11X10 Rust Frunklln
HI root. ' _ _?,..
STEAM DYE 'WORKS.'"
JOHN DATOlM-miT ?U.13ANINO, DVF
Ing, pressing, scouring and repairing.
French ?-leaning specialty, 'l'houe 211D.
121! Fast Main street.
RUBBER P^OTS REPAIRED.
rao. HAI.FHOI.KD, HI010I.S 880, 1'A.TCli?
es in?;, and upward?. Water bag? ano
rubber goods fixed. Dt'EW'S KDKC
TltlC BUOi: FAfJTOrtV. T18 E. Main.'
115; Jack McKcon, 113; Slr?llef, Lord.
Budge, 112; Bloiidehilh, t.'olossal, :1I?? Reld
inoore, Edict, IOS; Dotixtenips, Del Carina,
Delphic, 102) Elevation, 00; Wilier Dog,
02! King's Goin, Dolriiorc, Hl; Wes, SS,
Sixth race?Four furlongs, two-year
olds-Al Powell, 117! Unmpnifiiicr, 10!)!
Woodwich, Shackle, Blue Dtilo. 10(1; Sun
Up, Tliey'ro Off, Deiniind, Oommunlpaw,
El Torva, 105? Athens, Mllcat, Mlnibelle,
Economy, Sweet Eileen, On nibol, Taunt,
11?.
BASKET-BALL.
Rushers Won in Fast Game at Y.
M. C. A. Last Night.
? ?rn the Y. M-. C. A. bn.lkct-bnll gomes
Saturday night the Rushers won the llmil
decision over tho Invincibles! and the
Pirates and Hustlers tied for second
place, which they will play off at a Inter
date. Following 1m the standing of the
teams:
W. L. P.C.
Rushers.M 0 .701
Invincibles...12 S .not)
Pirates.12 S .(Wo
Hustlers. fl 11 .400.
Rangers..7 l.'l .:i."">0 .
Pilots.G 14 .200 ?
? Tho Rusher? have played hard nil ,
through the season, and lui tho curlier
part of the contest were- along nt Iho
bottom of the list.
They played n hnrd gamo Saturday
night and won handily.
Tho line-up:
Rushers. Invincibles.
Booth. forward .Wells (jCi.pt.)
Hmlspoth. forward .Word
Blnns. forward .-,.ICelley
Twining (Copt.).center.Berkeley
Bradley. gunrd .Thomas
Morris.... guard .Burmas
Field "coals?Roolb, I; Twining, 1; Mor?
ris. 1: Wells. 1: Thomas, 1; Burriiss, 1.
l'TOo throws?Booth, .1; Twining, 1;
Wells, I. Points awarded. Rushers, 2.
The other two games pin veil won
Rangers, 8: Hustlers, 7: Pirates, 2
Pilots, 7.
This series of frames has been running
since .November and over fifty players
have1 taken pnvi In It.
iiiilliii
WRESTLING MATCH
His Manager Communicated With
:,?? . .-...-.and the Date to Be
; - "n Fixed.
Promoters of attilhtlc exhibitions 111 the
city aro now negotiating with Charlie
Wolss, of Baltimore, manager for ,loc
Gra'Wt. wltlb Iho Idea of securing' li
wrestling match bore between Charlie
Kelly, Iho sailor, and Joe Grant.
In a letter received by a Rlchmomlor
last week, Mr. WeTss said that Grant
would wrestle here In May some time, if
the proper agreements could be made.
{ Joe Grant wrestled In Richmond a few
yea 1-sj.??Hgo, and Is very clover^pm^lXi^
mat. Tie has thrown some pood men
since be decided lo mnko a livelihood
by his strength and cleverness.
He handienpped Mackey ? In Washing
tori last week and lost, however. Tho
handicap was that Grant should throw
Mackey twice within nn hour. The. first
fall was not secured until flfty-llvo min?
utes.
in Annapolis, Md.. Grant is to wrestlu
on tlic.IIOth of April, and after this bout
he lu?? no engagements,
'Chifi.li'e' Kelly is only waiting for an no-'
ceiitnm.'o of bis challenge1.
-."I will wrestle any man In the world
at leo or 1S5 pounds," snbl the stocky
sailor, "and, too. I bellnvp that T can
throw any of them; The men I have
wrestled wore'all good ones, and they
gave me plenty of work to do."
"Where did you lirai lenrn to wrestle?"
the reporter Inquired;
"At my home In Lexington; Ohio. My
father, was n wrestler, and he taught me
(lie first, of the game. Father wrestles
n( time's- even now, notwithstanding the
fitct thl'it lie Is ?iiilte an old man." ? '
"But It was during my four years' ser?
vice for Uncle Sam In the ?navy thin 1
bettor developed mvsolf find learned all
of ihe holds nnd the different tricks of
the game. T met the liest wrestlers in
Japan and China and defeated them all.
AVhen n mati used Jin jllsu I beat lilm at
his own game." concluded Kelly.
Kelly Is ".low glvlnir Instruction? I o am?
bitious voiing nthlotos In the Sparks ,t
Blade Hall.
Several prominent member." of the order
or Elk-- In tho city are nttr-miillm: to ar?
range for n phyicnl culture benefit In the
Elks' Homo nnd Kelly will bo the chief
nt trruit Ion. Ife offers I o throw any four
ntnalour wrestlers In one hour. It makes
?m difference ns to the size of.'the men,
If they aro mot professionals.
BALTIMORERMS
PHY HERE Tfl-DRY
Eastern Leaguers Will ?\Iccl
Shaffer's Men at Broad
Street Park.
WHAT MEN TO RETAIN?
This Perplexing Question Will
Soon llave to Be Answered
By Manager.
Eager to don Ufo stills ami supple up
with a strong nine of opponents, the
Lawmakers will prnnco out to the ball
park this afternoon and after some ahnrp
practice work, will get
v) /& "" together for a Until
-fiL WfivK/ vr ?fluid, against the Bal
<-rlJ3>i vk(4??^v "morc Fastern League
rT\ iw* tiggrcKiition of ponant
//\\ /_?_? as|ilraiits. The game
M \J^\\ lfi t0 D'? {'illlci1 "l 3:30
QfKtt-J?ip VJ'W,-* o'clock and will be livc
^^???^i ? ly from the beginning
^rV-??"^ to the end. The Hal II
^- moro crowd Is said to
contain some fast players and good hit?
ters.
Charlie Shaffer believes that he has a
nine Unit will show tip to perfection. The
men are now IVC good shape and when
they get down to business on' diamond
to-day the fans will sec a game the like
tit which has not been played In Rich?
mond for years. Two or three of the
.pitchers will lie worked out In the game.
Ecksliine. the Hooligan from Memphis,
will start tho twlillng and be will per?
haps lje relieved,-l/y Wenner, the south?
paw nil 1st. Rlddleniosor or Wallace or
Long, will likely be given a show for
several Iniiincs. ..Cj-iwan and IUnion will
dot-Ihm rbnokHlt)p>-work. Shaffer will be
?ont' oil 'tile-- 'rtrafsnek, Hamilton or Bet
seber at third, nnd mnybe Shan1 at
shortstop. Hicks will cover the so?--,
ond sack. Wall. Tltninn and Anthony
v.HI,(look after flic nut field.
Richmond's Line-Up.
Tim Lawmaker.??; will wear their new
uniforms for theyflrst time. All of the
men have been' practicing In suits they
bronchi with them and the fans of the
iiiltj-uliave-iiot bad an opportunity tri see
-tire loroWdMlf the-'' new rlss.
Tho Rnltlmnre bunch will arrive' curb''
this mornlngg and will likely I/o quar?
tered at Ford's Hotel, where they T.aw
' makers are eating and sleeping.
Manager Shaffer, of the. Richmond* lust
nicht decided upon the line-up for the
Lawmakers at to-dny's game. It Is as
follows:
Tltmnn, right-field: Sharp, shorlstop;
Wall, left-field; Anthony, center-field;
- Hicks,-.second-base; Hamilton, tlilrd
y.-base; ?Shaffer, first-base; Illnton and
-Cowan. catchers; and Kckstone,
? "W'eiiner, Long, Shetter nnd Rlddlc
moser as pitchers. Tho first three
named will likely 'do the majority of
the work In the box.
Who Will Be Chosen.*
What men are coing to have tho "can"
affixed to them |s the question that Is the
all important one with the candidate?! for
p?ricos un Managet Shaffer's team 111 tho
Vim nia F ta i>: .;,.' jar.i .? Scvoyil have yol
lo go h'.nil iiio,)>civ are aware of this.
Nor.o ?'if thfi't ari loo Important to get
tin? .ro-biH-k I.iiniL-i lo them, and yet all
of thorn look good from a spectator's sent.
Shaffer bus a job that few men would
relish tackling?tlie assorting out from
the crowd tho best ones. ' ;
One thing is cei-taln, there will bo no'
favoritism shown and there will bo ?n?!
sentiment about the matter, The team!
will lio ,'hero lo play boll anil to play
winning ball nil the time. If possible. And'
the ninn who can delver the artilles of
value will bo the man retained. The fel-'|
low who Is not thore with the base-ball
stock In Irado will bo sent to tho brush.
Thin Is putting It bluntly and It Is just
as blunt as it Is put.
CONTRIBUTION BOXES AT
SUNDAY BASE-BALL GAME
No Admission Charged, But Majority Put Money In?
Beaneaters Win Again.
BI.OOKBTN, N. T., April 35.-Th
grounds of the Brooklyn National I.cagu
Basa-Bail 01 uli were open to tlio publl
to-duy when tho Boston and Brookly
teams plnycd tho first Sunday game o
tho season hero. No admission wa
charged nor wero any Bcoro-card? or pro
grammes sold. At all tho gatos oontrlbu
tlon boxes were conspicuously placed nn?
tho majority of those who passed throiigl
voluntarily dropped Iho regular umnun
charged for the grandstand, nuvillon <?
bleachers or? week days, Into those re
ceplacleH.
Depuly Police? Commissioner O'Keefe
with his secretary and several polleemei
were present, bul there was no Interfer?
ence,
Five Ihnusnnil persons witnessed the
gnnfo, Boston scored lis fourth consecu?
tive victory over Doiiovrun'? men. Then
will bo no gumo to-morrow.
Hcore; 31. Il, K.
Boston .0 12 2 0 0-0 0 0-5 S I
| Brooklyn .0 0 0 ? 0 0 l) 0 2-3 30 g
Butteries?Young and Needham: Pasto?
r?os, JMolnl.vro, Euson, Jordi\n and Bor
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Scores Yesterday.
Boston, r?; Brookl.vi!i, ll.
I'llisburg, 0; St, l.oijls, 3.
Chicago; S; Clnclnnail, D.
Where They Play To-day.
New York at I'lillndolphln.
Boston ?it Brooklyn;
Standing of Clubs.
I a'lui??.' w. 1.. v.o.
?Bohlon.1 . 0 1.01?0
Plllshurg .2 0 1,?Klfi
I'hlcauo .;.3 1 .7"*0
Nuw. York ....*2 1 .???7
p.hHiKj.uiitiiiu .1 2 .;'.;;:!
I'lncluiiatl, ..1 3 .2*0
St. I oiiis' .n 2 .nfio
'Bio?klyy ....I.....0 I ,uim-\
gen. Timo, 1:60. Umpires, Knislle und
Conway, Attendance, 5,000,
Pittsburg, 5; St. Louis, 3.
HT, l'OUIf", April Ki.-Pltlshurg won the
second game of the'?orle? from Ht. Bonis
tn-?liiy. Iloelskelter was hll hard iiqd
bus,? nintiliig ou the pari" of the home
team win, poor. Attendance, 15,000,
Hcoi-e; ri, lj, K,
st. r.ouiH .,..:..oooioooo2--;t n 1
T'lllslmrg- .....2 0 1 0 11 0O 2,0-n 10 3
But torlos-Hoolskel tor nnd Oi-ady; Kar?
ger, Bleilcld nnd t'arlsch. Time, 1:31,
Umpires, Carpenter nnd Kleni.
Chicago, 8; Cincinnati, 5,
CINCINNATI, April 15,? To-day'? Kanre
went ten Innings In which Umnlre Jolin
slone allowed Htelnllold a three-base,
which ho ?tlld went Into the crowd, al?
though Orlwell suld he slopned (ho 'bull
before it reui.'hod tho rope. The pltehlng
was, wild. Attendance, 12,000.
Score; n. If. E;
cincinnntl .0 0 2 n o n 3 0 n n--. 73
Chicago .....0 0 0 1 0 3 1 0 0 3-S 5 1
I5n? lories?Overall, Herford und Pbelns;
Heulbuoh and "Moran. Time, 2:20. Umpire,
Johnstone.
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
Scores Yesterday.
No games played.
Where They Play To-day.
Philadelphia at Washington.
Boston at New York.
Standing of the Clubs.
Clubs.
P.C.
Philadelphia .I 0 1,000
New Yolk.
I'hlcigo .
Detroit .'...... ..'.. ..
Cleveland .??.
St. I .oui? .;.
Washi-iglon . *.
fitftimi.
I 11 1,000
.000
M?
.l-Oll
.?Ml
,m
,{03
FOOTBALL HUEES
IN FINAL SHAPE
Committee Meets in New York
and Arranges Regulations for '
Next Season.
SUMMARY. OF THE CHANGES
Designed to Rid Present Style of
Play of Its Unpleasant
Feature's.
(Special to The Tltnos-Dlspatcli.)
MOW VORK, April l?.-After a lengthy
session yesterday at the Murray Hill
Hotel, the American Intcr-Colleglate Foot?
ball Rules Commltlce brought Into filial
?litipc the result of
their many discussions
an the changes' pro?
posed lo rid the present
itylo of play of Its un?
pleasant features.
There may be a meet?
ing, however, In the
rail, when the playing
season starts, If any
new ilini?iiltlcH iirls" In the Interpretation
of the new rules
One ?:( ||;j> >? ost |ni|KWllllrit changes ?>
cltletl on was io ,io ii.Vuy entirely with
In?' ruin which called for only six men on
the line of scrimmage on the defense. At
first, wi ..i tilts ?as passed, the Intention
was lo tv.ini.en the defense, but the on
slde kick and the forward pass, which
were devised later, have done away with
the necessity^ for this, as they will tend
to open lip the play much more than a
weakened defense. As it stands now. the
ilefense may-'be absolutely unlimited,
Stricter Rules.
Another matter that was decided on yes
terday was to penalize a tea in fifteen yards
If a substitute were sent in without first
reporting himself lo the referee In person.
The former rule directed tir?t he must
report; but no penalty was attached for
h violation.
By Iho revision, too. far umpire Is now
obliged'to .?nforco all penalties enumer?
ated under ;"Hh dlsnuallflemUon when the
'Ilhesmau <>r referee reports them to him,
and lie may not use any discretion as
heretofore |n risgnrd ,t",;Hn>.
Where formerly there was only one
penalty Inflicted at a time there now may
be several added together for one loss.
If several infractions of tho rules aro
observed on ibe same play In. the same
loam. II Is .obligatory to enforce the sum
total of the penalties.
The "socker" aspect of tjie game will
be eliminated by a penalty of fifteen yords,
which will bo Inflicted for kimUng the
ball further along when it is on tho
ground. ,.
'Phono were several '.'nilpor definitions
decided on, ami a tffc'n.'fnblo to tho rule
book was drawn up In which the commit?
tee dellned Us attitude towards the game
and its hopes for the future of the game.
Tlios?! who were present at the meeting
were L. M. Dennis, Cornell; W. T. Re?d,
Jr.. Harvard; Walter Camp, Yale; W. 11.
Morris. Pennsylvania, vice, John C. Belli
John B. Pine, Princeton; Charles W. Sav?
age. Oberlin: 13. K. Hall, Dartmouth;
Lieutenant C. D. Daly, West Point; Jamo?
? G. 'Babbitt, Havorford.'J'nnd P. Homer
Curtis; Southern College. A. A. Stag?-,
11. L. Williams. John T. Lees and Paul
Oashloll were not nt the meeting.
The Changes.
Summary of ebnngcs nnd new defini?
tions follow:
In a case where a substitute Is sent ?
Into the game. If such substitute doe?
not go directly to the referee and re?
port himself before engaging In play,
his side shall be penalized by a loss
of fifteen ynrds.
The field of play as technically
termed In tho rules Is tho rectangular
' space bounded by tho goal lines and
the side lines.
A player shall bo considered to bo
on tho lino of scrimmage if ho has
both hands or .both foot up to or
within one foot of this line, or If ho
has mio fooi nnd the opposite hand,
up to or within ono foot of It. lie
must also stand on either side of tho
snapper back, and they may lock leg?
with the snapper back.
Noto to the foregoing rule.?It Is In
.tended to prevent any player who Is
supposed to bo on the line of a scrlm
nuigo from taking a position nt such
? nu angle lo Iho lino of sorlmmnge,
whother he focos in toward center or
away from it, as shall enable him the
moro rapidly to get In the Interference.
A penalty of live yards Is attached
to the violation of tho foregoing rulo.
A player trips another when be ob?
structs him below the knen with that
part of bis log that Is below the knee.'
Tills; ? however, does not prevent a
player from diving under a play, pro?
vided ho docs not trip ns defined above,
? At tho moment when tho ball Is put
In play In a scrimmage no player
on iho sido which has tho ball shall
bo In motion, except ono man on tho
aide, having tho bull, who may bo In
motion toward his own goal.
No player of those commonly occupy?
ing the positions of center, guard or
tackle?that Is, tho live middle players
of tho Hue?may drop back from tho
Uno of scrlinniiiBe on iho offense unless
ho Is at least llvo yards back of the
lino of scrlmmago when the boll Is
? put In play and another player takes
IiIb placo on the Uno. Note.?There
shall lie no shifting of men to evade
this rule.
In cuso more than, one foul Is sig?
naled by tho officials on tho same
sido on the snmc.phiy, tho sum of
the penalties shall be inflicted.
lr shall be tho duty of the roferco
and linesman to report to the. umpire .
all Violations ciiuiucriili'd under dis
?luiilltlcillion. When such violations
are reported, the umpire shall enforce
ihe penalty.
The penalty for the ball being kicked
further while mi tiic gruiiijil shall hit
rtftccn yards.
Southern League.
At New Orleans-New Orleans, 0; Little
Rock'. ?J.
At Mcnipliis-Mcniplii:., JT; Blu'evejjort, It

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