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?when. in 1R-, Mr. Chnrtcs L. Rer wind. then Uie hond of thc partno. hip of Be rwlnd-Whltc A Co., formed tho present Brrwln-W'hlte Conl Mlnlng Compnny. to Inke ovor the biiRiness of thhi flrm, I pUfchn?et1 4nn shnres of tli,. stx-k of ii?? frfmpntiy nnil pnld for It at t.'ie then market prlco, whlolt tvns E> per cent. of Its pnt value. T .old fhls stock In l.'l. You will ob rerve thnt tt was purohitBed rour .vears nfter I censed to be nn ofllccr riT the ctinipnny, and wns sold yents before I was elected to the presldency. I never had nny Interest ln the pnrtnersh'.p nf Berwlnd, Whlto & Co." FEDERAL CONTROL FOR COAL LANDS President Ready to Curb the Standard Oil Company and Railroads. WASlflNOTON, t>. C, June '0.-_n.t as noon ns f.e Is through wlth thc reorgnn izatton of the ment-porking Industry of the country. rrcsklent Roojsevelt wlll t.nter up-.n nnother tnsk whlch may at tinct world-wlde nttontlon and lead lo prolonged dlscusslon ln thls country. Mo propose* tho government ownershlp <*!? euch coal nnd oil lnnds ns have rtbt ul rcady pnssed to prlvate or corporate own? ershlp. He Wlll endeavor to prevent an? other ncre of lund havlng coal or pctro leum deposlts from pnsglng out of tho control of the government so fnr u's thu Ice Is conr.ei'ned. WlthMlils end In vlew hc designs to Wlthdraw from entry nbout 10,000,000 acres of the publlc domoln which hns not been tuken up, nnd whlch uro known to con lain coal oil or other mlneral deposlts. These lands nro -Hunted In tho Sti\tes of Colorado, Idnho, Wyomlng, Utali, Oregon, Wnshlngton, Mo'ntnnn nnd the Terrltorles of New Mexlco, Arlzonn, Oklanoma nnd Indlnn Terrltory. The President ls tnklng this step lo prevent thc fuel supply ot the country from belng moiMjpolizod and to check the Standard 011 Compnny. He hHB been very much lmpressed wlth the mnnner ln which tho Stundnrd hns operated nnd ln whlch two grent rnll? rond. hhve obtulnod control ofl much of the bltnmlnous conl cusl of the Ohlo Rlver and monopollzo thc trnnsportntlon of the rest. He 1ms also been lnformed ttuU ln the West the rallroads and corporntlons nl lled wlth them have a prnctlcnl monopo Jy of the conl lnnds now bclri). cxplolted. He was forced to give attentlon to the Western sltuation by the difllculty he and Senator La Folletlo hnd in preventlng the adoption of nn amendmdnt to tlio blll relatlng io ihe nffulrs of tho flve clvillzed trlbcs whlc,h would plnce In the hands of the lessees p-rmanently ull coal lands now belng operated by them in Indlnn Territory. ? He hus concltidod that the only wny to prevent tho monopo lizlng of tho coal nnd oil lnnds still un oco.upled is to make it impocsible for prl? vate capital to get tho lands. The Attorney-Genornl is now Investl gatlng this matter, wlth a vlew to ns cortalnlng how tho mnttcr can b? worked out and what leglslntlon Ib neccssury to protectlng for the beneflt of postorlty theso lnnds. There is one problem nbout Indlan Territory whlch dlffers ffom that presented by other sectlons. In that Ter? ritory tho govornmqnt wor.ld have to stand ns the sponsor of the Indlans. GOES TO WEST. Former Virginian Leaves New York for Michigtan. . (Special to The Times-Dlspntch.) SYRACl.'SE. N. Y., June 10.?Dr. Morrls Palmer Tllley ,a natlvo of Norfolk, Vn,, j and.- a graduato of the Unlverslty of ; Virginia* and nlso of Leipzlg, Germnny, j has l_?en engaged ns nssocinte professor I of Engllsh liternture by the Unlverslty j of Mlchlgnn. J Dr. Tllley came to Syracuse from Ger? many four years ago nnd hns been a ' very able instructor of the German Inn- ' guage. He wlll bo mnrrlcd on Thursdny | o,' this week to Miss Mabel Louise Cook, of this clty. A very elabornte weddlng wlll be glven nt the home of Miss Cook's brother, Mr. Chnrles Cook. Mr. Robert H. Fife, of Charlottesvllle, Vn., will act as best man. Dr. and Mrs. Tllley wlll spend tho summer ln Germany /? ?;. -?> Richmonders in New York. (Special to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.) NEW-YORK. June 10.?Brondwnv Cen? tral, S. E. Phllllps, XV. IT. Marshall. H. C. Howe, G. W. Reams. J. P. Joiich, E. T. Keeton, L. R. Smlth: Ashland, A. Cox; Fifth Avenue, J. F. Taylor and tvlfe; Grand. J. Rutherford; llollnnd, Mrs. C. 10. Whltlock; York. AV; J. Klmbaugh, L. Klm .baugh. D. F. .Mau,. .wif'nnd wlfe. s DEFT-TRE OUER Will Plit Schcdulc Changc Into Effeet Dcspite Corporation ?Commission. NEWSPAPERS MAKING FIGHT Commission Wants Time lo Hcar Both Sldos, ilciice thc Order. (Speclol to Tlui Tlme?*Diipstrh.) RALE1GH, N. C, Juno 10.?Tho South? ern Railway Company authorities horo nnnounce thelr Intontlon to defy tho re stralnlng order IsBtied InBt nlght by tho North'Carollna Corporntlon CommlBRlon agnlnst thelr puttlng Into effeet tho chnnge of schedulo for thcir Goldaboro Grcensboro weat-bound trnln, whereby tho trnln, beglnnlng to-nlght, passes through Rnlolgh nl lt:ti. o'clock Instontl of nrrlvlng nt 11146 nnd wnltlng over here untll 1:40 A. M. to eonnect wlth tho north-bound Senboard trnln from Cohitu bla to Rlchmond. The mornlng nows pnpers hero nro mnklng tho tlght ngnlnst the chnnge of nchedulo hocnuso lt would cut out thelr flrst cdltlon, hcrotpforo sent Into the western pnrt of tho - Stato on thls trnln. Tho nvowed purposo of the reslrnlnlng order, ls to prevent tho put? tlng into effeet or the achedulo untll the commission can hear ? both sldeB. The Southem wlll claltn thnt they nro obllgod to mnko tho new' Bchodtile ln order to mako connoctlons wlth Interstftto tralns. --'- J J fflLLIIG TO TALK (Contlnued from Flrst,, Pnge.) ono ..of the Importnnt matters llkely to bc taken' up by the board. To-nlght Dr. Alderman decllnod to dls cuss the posslbllity oC Mr. Wllllnms coming here. The teport on the Jefferson memorlnl cr.dow.ncnt fund wlll nlso be made. Dr. Aldcrmnn alsO decllned to-nlght to make n stntement regardlng '.t. To-morrow nlght the Washington and Jefferson Llternry Socletles wlll hold thelr last meetings at thelr respectlvo halls, the former on Enst Range and the latter on West Range. Whllo somo . plans for next session'wlll be dlscussed, the meetings wlll'be moBtly tn a social way. Alumni Tuesday. A meeting or the alumnl for perma? nent org'anlzatlob wlll be held Tucsdny mornlng nt 10 o'clock. Over n month ngo invltatlons were Bent out to all tho old graduntes of the unlverslty nsklng thein to nttend thls meeting If possible, nnd requesllng a reply. Responses hnvo been recelved from nll over the country, nnd severa. from dlstnnt States ntntlng thcir Intentlons of belng present. Mnny alumnl nre nlready nt tho unlverslty and more wlll arrlve to-morrow. Thls meeting, lf successful, as It promises to be, wlll marl* nn epoch In the unlverslty's history; for "t will be the heslnnlng of n move whlch wlll blnd tho different graduatlng clnsses closer to? gether aftor they hnvo left thelr nlma mntor. Havlng no .clnss system thls snrt of nn organlzntlon hns been n crylng need, sny many alumnl, since thn foundnllon of the university. It wlll keep old clnss mntes ln touch wlth ench other nfter they have goi\e out Into the world for thenisolves, ahd, whnt ls of equnl Im portance, It wlll give thelr combined ald to tho unlverslty whenever called up'on. The orgnnlzatlon wlll be. oddressed nt 12 o'clock by Rev. Robert K. Mnsale, nnd nt 3:30 o'clock the nlumnl luncheon wlll be glven. Graduating Exercises. The grnduntlng; exerclses will '>e held Tuesdny nlght ln the nuditorlum. Preced ing the awnrdlng of dlplomns, Mr. Wnlter II. Page, edltor of the World's Work, wlll dellver thc address of the occnslon. Following the custom Inniururnted Inst yenr the grafluntes and professors wlll wear the cap and gown Instend of dresa suits, whlch formcrly hnd been tho cus? tom. All during Inst week the unlverslty wns much nstlr in n soclnl way.'Several 'gprmAns were glven In tho Fnlrwenther G-ymnnsluni, and mnny other floclal events took plnce. MH.E0IS0I FIIDS CD8ALT IN SOUTH (Continued from flrst Pnge.) foM ?? of men In Kentucky. Tennessee, Alnbfiiia nnd Cleorgln, besldes North Carollnii, nnd Ihey hnve found It ln small rpmntltles In nll those States. ln 'I'trinesSeo tliere Is moro thnn In nny other plnce, except In thn-western part of thls Stnte, but so fnr wo hos/e mndo no valuable ilnds In Kentucky, Alnbnma o<- Oeorgla My men wlll conllnue pros liectlnff, however, nnd wlll not glve up the hunt untll wo aro certain that tho ground luis btcn covered fully, "I ntn .pleased wlth tho South. nnd 1 be lleve tho discovery ot eobiilt wlll mean ndditloliftl prosperlty to Its people." Gone to Tennessee. Mr. Hdlson, Frederick Ott, John Mliler, two exports on nilnernls from iho Orange (N. J.) iitbornlory, and John Morrls, a bnt tery expert, left New Vork clty Mny litth In - two Inrge whlto .itenmer ntilomobticN, nnd enme dlrect tn Western North Caro? lina. They Wfero equlpped wlth a camplng oiitllt nnd nssayor'H wppcrattls, nnd have been Into tho rurnl districts slnco-thelr nrrlval here. Mr. ICdlson Blnted lnst night that xvhlle drlvlng through thu mouiitnin<* ho would nee a traco of cobalt nnd would stop nnd mnko nn nssay, only two mlnutes boing requlred hy iho system used by hlm. Tlio wlznrrt ended his trlp nt Webster Thurfldny iiftornoon, and yesterday morn? ing; they went to Bylvn, nnd eiiino nei-o on the traln yesterday nftcrnoon. Tlie party wont to tlio OIen_R0Ck Hotel, nenr the paftsengor depot, ainl left on tho mid nlg-ht traln for Nnshvllle, Tehn., whero they wlll resimic tho hunt (or the val? uable oi-i. Thoy left . thelr machines at Sylvn, from where they wlll bo' shipped to Nnshvllle. over the SirUthern Rallway. Thoroughly Enjoyed.Trip. Mr. Kdl.iOn hns thoroughly enjoyed hls trlp through the wl'ds of the inountalns of thls Stnte. lle says tliat he has never enjoyed n month as much as he hns the one just passed, ' ? ' He hns gnined lii weight, nnd, al? though tlred from* hls journoy of 1,171 miles, ho follows the younger members of hls party ln thelr Jauiits into tho rnount'ilns. Dnst nlght hc was a pro- | motor of a party formed nt the depot t whlch took ln the slghts at Rlverside j Park, nnd rnnnv of the younger members were tlred beforo Mr. Edlson consentcd to return to the clty. i, > - -i ?"|i-enjoy scemg. thlhes. snld he. "and I do not oxpect to'ever tlre.o" the enjoyment that 1 have always hnd. Oo Ing through the mountnlns was pleasant for me, and I took a great deal of In tfrest in tne stories of the wUd-calters, of whom I hnd heard so much. I havo aeon very llttle whiskey, nnd but few (li-iiiil--?!i "n-"m. nnd that ?urprlsod me. ln one plnce I saw some white looking? stuff that wns sn'd to be the real moonshmo llquor. I started to tnste It. belnc thlrsty . nnd dry, you know. and a llttle pf lt , mlght hnve gone a long way townrd re vlvlng me: but some one ln tlre crowd told mc thnt If a rabblt had two drops of it snrlnkled on its face lio would jump nn nnd hltp n doe, and I was.afraid to follow niy deslre.'" PEAGE T^THEWfE -IFIEEDE (Continued from Flrst Page.) Inant Idea of our foreign policy In deallng wlth internatlonnl affairs. ' Kniperoi* Frances Joseph nnnounced t-at credlts would be submltted for the pur? chase of arms and war material, and for the moro speody construction of warships and arniament;,'.lle also said, .that. tho ne-ivly-conipleted railway, connocting Samyevo with the -Turkish fron'tiers; would he opened Jiily lsC Riotous Demon3tration.^ ' After Ustenlng to the Emperor's speech the delegations proceeded wlth thelr re npectlve sittings, > Meanwhile the antl Somltlc burgomaster. Beiger. addressed an enornious nieetlng of clericals- and antl-Snmltes outf"?ic_ the chamber of tho Parliament building, Invelghlng against Hungiiry and denounclng Francls Kos suth, the Hungarlan minlster of cotrr merce, as a traltor. Then n mob, estlmated to number 20,000, ruslied to the Hupganan minlstry and there Indulged for. half an hour In riotous demonstratlbns,*gb serlOus as to Impel tho Austrinn mlnlsters to tlie un usual course ot apologizing to the *jr?in garlnn mlnlsters, who exonerated tho Austrinn government. Durlng the demon-, Btratilon, Dr. AVekerle, .the Hungarlan Premier, nnd llerr ICossuth enme to tho windows. but beat a speody retreat. lt ls believed tho real motlve oTthe nntl Sernitlc leaders was less opposltlon to the HungarlanH than to unlversnl suf frage, whlch they bellevo wlll strengtlien the Soclalists in Parliament at thelr ex penBe. Swect Lips Lisp Wisdom at Maf liiisvillc and Enllinsiastic Applattsc. DiPLOMAS ''AWARDED TO SIX Bible Presented to School by Jtmior Order United Ameri can Mcchanics. (Speclal to'The Tlmos-DlBpatch,) MARTINSVILLE, VA., Juno lO.-Tho closlng exerclses ot tho Martinsville Hlgh School tooie placo at the Chrlstlan Church Frlday evenlngf ln the presence of adnrge nudlence. Thoro were flve grnduntos, Mlsses Cnro lyn Tuggle, Mary CheBhlre, Nellle Scale.. Corlnno Rrown nnd Mr. Brown Dudley. Mlsa Nellie Benlefl dellvered an Intercflt Ing essny on tho "Misalon ftnd I.iture of High Schools," ? spenklng ot the long-folt want they had supplied and the work boforo thom. Mlas CheBhlre, In nn esaay entitled "BuddhlBin and Chrlstinnlty In the Dfi velopment of Japnn," spoko of wlint tlio tWo rellgions hhd done for the"Lnnd 6f tho Rlslng Sun,': nnd of the awakonlng ol Japan. , Mr. Rrown Dudley's CBsny or. tho "South of To-Morrow," took an eni^'i Mnstlc vlew. of the futuro of the laiid of "Dlxle." MIbs Corlnne Brown's essay on "Tho Furltan in Litorature," gave on Inter? estlng gllmpso into tlie days ot Cromwell und Milton. Miss Brown's essny wns llb erally Jntereperacd wlth quotntions from tho poets. and wns ndmlrnbly dellvered, Miss Carolyn Tuggle's essay on "Unlititl Noblllty," was dedleated to thoso who tarvo out thelr own destlnlcs nnd wln by thelr own herolsm'a placo ln tho hnlls of fnme.- '?'?? ' ' '"; i Wm. H. Gravely, Es ... of Marllrisvlllfc, dellvered _ brlef, but eloquent, nftdreia to the graduatosi: taklng f. hopefti. vlejiv of the prospects of the town, both! frofti, nn Industrial nnd cducatlonal standpoln't Mr. Gravely,also dellvered tiic,. ilplotnai lo the graduates. - :. ' The-Junlor Order Unlted Amerlcan Me? chanlcs. v.'resented a Bible to the chair mnn of the schob) bonrd, for the use of the Mnrclhsvi]le"'_r'hool, Rev. J. A. Spen? cer inuklng tli? presentntlon speech nnd Mr. L. S. Thomas respondilig on behalf of the board. _ . The prOgramrruTwhs llbernlly interspers ed wlth music ^by the Mnrtlnsvlllo Band nnd a chorus from the school. / Foreciist: Vlrglnla?Showers.Monday and probably Tuesday; fresh to brisk nortn wlnds. North Carollna?Showers Monday and Tuesday; lncrea.lhg north to northeast wlnds. , ?. ?' Conditions Yesterday.: Richmond's wasvther waa cloudy ' and copler. .-Thermometer at mldnlght, Tli. ? Conditions in Important Cities.; ?' -' '(At _'P. Ar;i"Ea'st^frt Tlme.) ? ? ) PJace.."' . Ther. Hlgh. T. . Weather. AshevjlJe, N. -C.72 ? ?,? SS-..- .-.,-Clear : Augusla..78 , S2 . . P. cloudy Atlantn, Ga......... 70 80 ' P. cloudy Buffalo, N. Y. 60 08 ? Cloudy Chicago, 111.,. S6 US Clear Clncinnatl, O. 78 St Clear Davenport ._; 73 76 P.-cloudy Detroit, Mlch.....'. 08 74 Clear Galveston, Tex...i. 88 94 Clear . Hatteras, N. C.74 82 Clear Jncksonvllle . 72 72 .Clear Kansas Clty...78 . 82 Cloudy, r New Orleans..80 94 tCloudy '. , Norfolk, Va.:. 78 '84. - -Cloudy tfs Oklahoma Clty.82 , 90,,.- P. cloudy Pittsburg, . pa...... 73. fiii Clear Ralelgh .,.. 7tl Hfjil Clear Tampa, Fln.'.. 7C _J tS> I Clear Vlcksburg. 86 94 P. cloudy Wnshlngton ...74 .83. Cloudy Wllmlngton . 72 82 Clear Yellow Stone....68 , 72 . Cloudy - Miniature Almanac. June 11. 190C. Sun rlBOB. 4:50 HIGH TIDE. Sun sets.7:29 Mornlng.8:05 Moon risea.11:52 -Evening.;'.8:4o 41 Annual Summer OutingTours Contest VOTING COUPON B^THE HOTEL NAMES COMPRISE PART OF COUPON, CUT IT ALL OUT The Mecklenburg Hotol aiid Sprlngs. Modern in Every Dctnil. OHA8E CITY - VIRGINIA. TOXAWAY INN In tho Henrt of "The Sapphire Country" LAKE TOXAWAY, - - N. O. Kenilworth Inn IX "THE LAND OF THE SKY." BILTMORE, N. O. Mountain Lake Hotel "Sllver Gem of. tho AUegharii .s," G. T. Portcrfleld, Proprletor. MOUNTAIN IvAKE, VA. Pine Beach Hotel TJIR AO.IE OK COMKORT, PINE BEACH, - - - - VA. Mt. Elliott Springs Hotel "Near <o Natuio's Heart." MOUNT ELLIOTT, VA. Outing Tours of 1906 ? Thls coupon is good for two votoa for tho young ladlos named bolow, lf deposlted on or before 0 o'clock P. M. "Atlnntlc Olty of tho South." Ocean View Hotel OCEAN VIEW, VA. Miss. JUNE 24th _ Miss_ The Greenwood House rUtfimoiHTs Nearest and Most Convenlent Mountain Boaort. GREENWOOD DEPOT, - VA, Buckroe Beach Hotel BOUNDING IJILLOWS. HALMY DREEZEH. BUCKROE BEACH, * * VA. FREE TRANSFER OF BAGGAGE to and from depots on leaving anil arrlvlng IU<:li mnnd, furnlslied l>y Rlch mon. Transfer Company. $500 Fire Insurance Policy ?Issued by VIRGINIA GTATE FIRE INSUR? ANCE CO. $500 STANDARD AC* CIDENT INSURANCE pnllcy, iH8U0d by Brander & Co. Wachapreague Hotel "The SpoilHinon's Parndlse," WACHAPREAGUE, VA. Ballots Must be Deposited at TIMES-DISPATCH OFFICE 916 East Main Street T1M_S-Di__ ATCH SUBHCTWTlON nATES. 11Y MA II. One Six Three'Ono POST A.B 1M1D, YEiir. Moa, Moi. mo. Dally, wlth Kunlay.|6 00 ?i 00 11.60 .64 I _l|v. wltiicmt ..i?i;? 1 _>?.. 4.00 iin 1,00 .86 fiiimiay edltlon only .... 2.00 IHO .50 .;'t Weekly (W'<in<.-iay) ... 1.00 .m .m Hy Tlmm-Dlfpatch Carrier Delivery 8orv|o? ln ninhinon. ImiU auburbe), Manohi-tt-r anil ye\ilhburn~ Oiw Week. Ono Year. Dully, wlth Punilay . llrniu }?._ Ditlly, without HuiKlay_ 10 oirnla i.im Butnlay only . 6 ?nU "I'M i'eurly rates puynblu in advance. .. Note This.. When (iepoultliig 10 or moro halJots, put thom up ln pack'nges and mark number cbntalned jn each pacl'.'ige oji wrapper of aamo. Do not put more thnn 100 bullotB ln uny ono package. < BF THESE Lrvis and La.--.sics Trip Light Fan tastic at Old Blacks burg. DECORATIONS CLASS COLORS Many States in Union Wcrc Rep rcsentcd by Visiting Young Ladies. .(Speclnl to f ho Tlmes-Dlspntch.) j BLACKSBUtia, VA.,' June 10,-Tho' flrst event of tho closing exerclses of tho Virginia Polylechnlc Instltuto took plnce on Frldny nlght. ;For several yeara lt hns been tho eustom of the junlor class to close Its nsAoclntldnfi wlth the flfhlorft hy holdlng n germnn In thelr licnbl*. Thls yenr the triost ftncccssfiil one tho college has ever seen wns held. The spncioiiH dance hnll hnd been taste fully decorated wlth. tho cdlors of tho two olasseH, whllo frontlng the mnln enti'.inco to tlio hnll n great electrlc slgii. bcnmlng forth "Junior-Senlor," preelcd, the eyo wllh Its cheorful brll lla'ftco. ., ',,,'-, Tho, -glrls wero fresh for the pleasures ?cf tho evenlng nnd gavo lifo ajul-.-snap, ii' ihe '... 'cnslon., At- 1 o'clock. Miijon Phidt2,'*'thts ' college steward, served a'' '.'ellgh'tful lunch, nfter whlchi""lfie'*'drfnc-' iiig wiis resumed tlll nenr oh to morning. The dancefs wore: Cadef E. H. Loeker, Glasgow (lender), wlth. Miss Sue Goodloe, Blg Stone Gap. Cadet W. L. Owen, South Boston, wlt'i Miss Eflznheth Brown, Erlerileld. Cadet Lletltennnt G.' Blocksldge, Pu? laskl,. wlth Miss Bannlster, Roanoke. Cndet Flrst Sergeant Andorsonj Char? lotte, wlth Miss Besslo Miller, Groen ville. .S. C Cadet'Sergeant E. W. Lawson, Btirke's Garden, wlth Miss Bosn Hcath, Peters? burg, ,< ; |Cadet A\ W. Granl, Charlottesvllle, wlth Miss kitty Langhorne, EvingtV**. ;i Cndot P. A. Deacon, Lexlngton, hvlth ^liUs-Edlth D&Voro. Rlpley.-O.' \\ i jCndet Lleutennnt W. E. Meejts, Massle's", jMllls, wlth Miss Cnrollne Boykln, ;Nor? folk. Cadet B. D.' Hynos, Elgln, 111., wlth Miss LU Walker, Blncksburg. Cadet J. A. McQung, Brownsburg, wlth Miss Elizabeth Reld, Chatham. Cndet Sergeant Mnjor W. P. Boat wrlght, New Cnnton, wlth Miss Annle Gnrland, Chatham. Cadet Lleutennnt C M. Shaeffer, Lynchburg, wlth Miss Nancy Appcrson, M8rlon. Cfldet A. R. Bnuman, Frederlcksburg, ?wlth Miss Louise Elack, Blaoksttirg. Cadet J. O. Mundy, Charlottesvllle, .jwlth Miss Amy Stubbs, uloucester. ? J Cadet C. W. Ogden, Berryvllle, with ?Mlss Annlo Dovell, Luray. * Cadet' Captaln A. D. Wllllams, Cul ?peper, wlth Miss Eleanor Dailey, ElWna. ? Cadet W. T. Montague, Richmond,' with Miss Louise Miller, Stephen's City.' ; Cadet William Rueger, Richmond, wlth :MIes'Gva Baker, Dlxon, Ky. Cadet Sergeant IT. H. Varncr, Loudoun, wlth Miss Wlllle Penn, Roanoke. Cadet W. L. Branch, Charleston, W. Va*' Wlth Miss Courtney Marshall, Roa? noke. . ?? ,. Cadet Lleutenant H. H. Wllson, Rlch fmondt-wlth. Miss .Wlllle . Whlto , Nash,. iRlchmond.-' .."'""-! "?"?? ".,'..-.' ?.'??? .' \ ? Cadet'Lleutenant G'.- II. "Cunnlngham. ?Culpeper. wlth Miss Manle Guthrle, Lynchburg. Cadet C. F. Henderson, Johnson Clty, Tonn.", with MIsb Elizabeth Smlthson. Richmond. Miss Angela Tlnsley, Radford, wlth Cadet: J. R. Klrk, Port Norfolk. Cadet Sergeant G- 8. Barnard, Nor? folk, wlth Miss Ethel Chambers, Harts yllle, S. C. ?' Cadet Ri A. Turner, Lynch's, wlth Miss Mary Welvy Carter, Plalns. ] Cadet F. W. Leatherburg, Eastvllle, Miss Lallage Oates, Ashevllle,- N. C. ) Cadet BV H. Ferrell. Chase Clty; Miss Annle Henderson, Blacksburg. Cadet" A. Beitrpn. Spaln; -Miss Ella Cnrrington, Charlotte, N. C. - . ' Cadet Flrst Sergeant F. G. Henley, ?Norfolk; Miss Bessle-J-Mett, ChrlstinnE hurg. Cadet Lleutenant H. G. Goodman, Pitts? burg, Pa.; Miss Salllo Rlves Morrls, Blg Stone Gap.. Cadet Lleutenant .T. A. Miller, WaRh Ington, D.. C; Miss Mablo Heath. Na runa. Cadet'J. D.- Rogers, Lexington; Miss Annls'Olark, Lynchburg. | Cadet Sergonnt E. S. Shcppard," Rjch pipnd; Miss Gladys Jenklns.^'Bluefleid, )V.' Va. ? - ? ',.:. V -. Cadet Lleutenant J. XV. Graridy,. ^.or folk; MIsb Mlnnie Mann, Blue~_ei?;' XV. Va. ???;..??,. ?: . .,, .;; .,- . Cadet F. M. Lucas, Rlner; Miss Ada Evans, Radford.' . . '?' ?' ? Cadet G., L. Davls, Lyrichburg; Miss Junnlta Asto'n, Honaker, Cadet Cary Nlchols, Bedford City; Miss. Annlo John Scruggs, Bedford Clty. Cadet Sargeant J., D. Waldrop, Nor? folk; Miss Julla Hancock, Lynchburg. Cadet R. E. M. Goolrlch, Frederlcks? burg; Miss Mlnnie Howe, Radford. ' Cadet L. M. Fuqua, Chester; Miss Llly Tyler, .Radford, . . Cadet H. C. Froohllng, Rlchmond; Miss Cary Preston, Radford. , Cadet II, C. Whltehurst, Rlohmond; Miss'Vlrglnla Means, Richmond. ' ,;'' ?"? ' I Cadcr T. Gnrnet, Mathews; Miss Caro leo Martln, Memphls, Tenn. ? Cadot Joan dela Cova, Havaha, ,Cuba; Miss Kathleen Cassel, Radford. ! Cadet W. B. 'Oglesby, Drnpor; Miss Laura Radford. Lynchburg. Cadet C. R. Watklrts, W>i#ievIllo; Miss Mary Ellett, Chrlstlansburg. ? Cadet Lleutenant B. H. Kyle, Buffalo Statlon; Miss Mnry Scott, Amherst. Chaperones?Colonel npd Mrs. R. A. Marr, Blacksburg; Colonel and Mrs. J. S. A. Johnson, Blacksburg; Professor and Mrs.' Ji B. MoBryde, Blacksburg; Miss Marla Bolton, Blacksburg; Mrs, J. V. Spencer, Blacksburg; Mrs. G, M, McCul loch, Bluedeld, W. Va.; Mrs, J. T. Martn, Bluefleld, W. Va.; Mro. J, Thompson Brown, Brlerflald, Va.; Mr. . J. W, Gran dy, Norfolk; Mrs. C, W. Davis, Lynch hurg. Stags-r-Cadet Paul Hoffman, Woodstock; Cndet R.'M. Osterloh, Rlchrnond; Cadet H. Whiteslde, Koysvllle; Cadet E. O. Whlteslde, Keysvllle; Cadet J. B. Met* rifclf, Catharpln; Cadet L. R. Maddox, Naruna; Cadet V, R. Martln, East Rad? ford; Cadet A. B. Johnson, Davis Mill; Cadet J. R. Hutchlnnon, Charlotte; Cadet J. B. Cary, Rlchmond. Spectators-Colonel W. M. Brodle, In? Htltute; Major ? T. G. Wood, Institute, M|sa Ruese, Institute; Mrs. J. H. ShulU, Institute; .Miss Smlth, Inptliute; Mlas Nellle McBryde, Institute; Miss A. O. Davidson, Miss Mamle Davicjeon, Insti? tute; MIbb Jamieson, Booh's Mill; MIbb Susan Lee, Bristersburg; Cadet R. G, Dew, Walkerloii: Mra. W. B. Davls, Washington, D. C Commltteo-Cad et E.W. Lawson, man* nger; Cadet E. H, Lochor, leader; Cadet W. L. Brunch, Cadet J. D. Waldrop, Cadet. W. N.. Preas, Cadet R> C. Nlchols, Cadet I_ E- Brown, Cadet A. B. Car? penter, Cadet p, B. Powell, Cadet R. E, M Goolrlck, Cadet E. S, Shepparrt, Cadet C. D. Mont?Kue,'Cttdot F. G. Henley, i Woman's Nalure Is to love children, and no hoine can be completelyi happy without them, yet the ordeal through which the ex-! pectant mother must pass usually is so full of suffering, danger and fear that she looks forward to the critical hour with apprehension *and dread. Mother s friend, by its penetrating and soothing properties, allays nausea, nervousness, and all unpleasant feeliiigs, and so prepares the system for the ordeal that she passes through the event safely and with but little suffering, as numbers have testified and said, "it is worth its weight in gola.'' $1.00 per bottle of druggists., Book containing valuable informatlon mailed free. THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., Atlanta, Ga. Mother's Friend YOUTH IS KILLED A Smaller Brother and an Uncle Stunned by Samo Lightning Bolt. ; ' (Speclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.) '. OLGA,..yA., .June 10.-Dur!ng tho ter J-lflc storm of yesterday afternoon light? ning struck.alargo barn on tho premlses of Mr. Marshnll White, In thls county, liihtnnily killlng hls 12-yenr-Old- grand son, who was ln tho building nt the time, severoly sttrnnlng IiIb own son and a younger brother of tho dead boy, burnlng the barn to tho ground, ond sprcadlng to tho odjaeent Srchard and burnlng ii quftrter of nn acre of Mnft. A stidden shlftlng of the wlnd alono Saved the dWelllng-house, In whlch was tho bnlnnce of the family, Includlng several women. The two who were not killed regalned f-onscIOUsnt-BS and escaped beforo the col lnpse'o'f tho burnlng building. lt wns Wlth the utmost dlrtlculty that the body o? tho dead youth was recovered. 1 A large qunntlty of feed and lumber hnd. farmlng imploments woro destroyed wllh the bnrn. Two srnallor bulldlnga nhd a largo number of valunblo cedar poBts were also destroyed. As with most northorn men, Mr. White, who moved Into thls county from the banks of the St. Lawrenee, ln Northem New York, some slxteen years ago, be? lieved In convenlences nnd most ? modern flfajlances. Ho had almost everythlng under ono roof, nnd a great deal of It. Hls loss cannot.be less than $3,f<0Q. COMMENCEMENT. Rev. J. Gray McAllister Will be Inauguratcd President. ' (Speclal to The Tlmes-DlBpatch.) KAM_DEN-SIDNEY COLLEGE, VA., ^Tune _6.?The commencement exerclses of Hampden-Slrtney College wlll bogln thls mornlng, ?wlth the baccalaureate. sermon Iby the Rev. Harrls E. Klrk, D. D.. of Baltlmore. The sermon before the Young' M(t_'s Cfirlstian \Associntlon wnb de? llvered to-nlght by the Rev. Asa D. Wat klns, of Brlstol.. The Unlon Soclety celebration wlll tako place Monday nlght; tho address to tho Llterary Socletles on Tuesday mornlng, the 12tli. the Rev, Dr. James P. Smlth, ot Rlchmond, belng the speaker. As tlm last Burvlvlng staff-oflloer qf Stonewall ?Jackson he wlll be introduced by Major A. R. Venable," Jr., the last offlcer of the staff of General Jeb Stuart. On Tuesday afternoon wlll bo held the meeting of tho General Alumnl Asso? ciatlon, and on Tuesday nlght the celebra? tion of the Phllanthroplc Soclety nnd tho Alumnl banquet. Wednesday mornlng wlll be taken up wlth the exerclBes incldent to. the Inaugu ratlon of the Rev. J. Gray McAlllster, D. D., as pr?sident of tho college. Thore wlll be rhort addresses of. greetlng, the Inaugural address, and an address by Professor William M. Thornton (Class of "CSi, of the University of Vlrglnla. The graduatlng 'exerclses wlll bo held on Wednesday nlght. The following young men wlll recelve the degree of B. A.: Mr. Robert Dabnoy Bedlnger, Hamp den-Sldm'.y, Va.; Mr. Samuel Wllllam Booth, 3r., Petersburg, Va.; Mr. Stuart Bl.nd Campbell, Wytheville, Va.; Mr. James Montgomcry Graham, Max Mcadows, Va,; Mr. Wllllam Wesley Grover, Richmond, Va.; Mr. Huntor Mc? Guire Johnson Phlegar,- Chrlstlansburg, Va,; Mr. Emmette Warro;: M!'all, Fami ville, Va.; Mr. Goodrldge Alexander Wll? son, Jr., Raphlne, Va, I Mr.- AVilson hns been seloctcd us ? yaledlctorlan of the class. ??-*-_ , Severe Hail-Storm. ' (Speclnl to''Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.) ICEYSVILLE, VA? June lO.-Thls sec? tion wns vlslted by. a severe hail storm Saturday afternoon. aml while tho stones wore nearly as large as a partrldge egg, yet the crop was so r.mall llttin ,i_m___ OBITUARY. Dr. Harry Haxall. Dr. Harry Haxall, a well known prac tlclng physlcian in Charles Clty and New Kent.counties, dled suefdenly Frlday morn? lng near Provl.dence Forge. The funeral took placo Saturday afternoon, hls re ?rtialns bolng Inierrod In the old famlly -burying-ground,' "Mt. Galland," near Rox bury. ^ ._??"? .Haxall. was a frequent visitor to thls clty, and enjoyed the frlendstiip of a largo acqualntance, "partlcularly mem? bers of huntlng and llshlng clubs, who frequentud those two counties, Ho tfus the brother of Mrs. G, A. Tonser and Mrs. H, R, Scott, of thls clty; Mra. Henry 0, Totrell, Washington, D, C, and. Ultlo borry Haxall, Provldenco Forge, Vn. Rev. B. F. Carpenter. (Speclnl to The Tlmes-DlBpatch.) WINSTON-SALEM, N. C, June 10. Rov. B. F. Carpenter, piiator of tho Mothodlst churches in Salem and South? sldo, dled at tlio hospltal here thls morn? lng of. typhold fever and meningjtla. his ago was thirty-nvo yeiirs, The decensed leaves a wlfo and three chlldren. Tho remalns wlll bo sent to Durham to-mor? row for Interment. Mrs. Lynn Chancellor. (Speclol to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.) CHARLO-TESVILLE, VA? June 10; Mrs, Lynn Chancellor, wlfo of Dr. S. C. Chancellor, the. well-known drugglst at the Unlverslty of Vlrglnla, dled at ll:3 ' thls mornlng at the Unlveralty of vir glnla Hospltal, where sho was operated on somo ten days ago for appendicttls. From tho flrst hor condltlon was sorious, and little hope was entertalned for her recovery. The decease . was a Miss Lynn Rhodes, of Mechiim'e Rlver, Albemnrle county, and waa pbout iwonty-elght years of age. On Ji*ne 28th of last yoar sho was marrled to Dr. Chancellor, thp coremony taklng place at the parsonage of the Flrst Baptist churoh- _ . DEATHS. HAXALL.--Dled, nt provldence Forge, ? Vn., Frlday mornlng, June 8th, Dr. HARRY HAXALL, ln tho forty-tlfth year of hls .age? ? Baltlmore papera please copy, The bathlng Ib flne at Forest Hlll Park. Try a plunge aml ehoot tlio chutee. MOTHER MAY HAVE POISONED GIRL Insane Woman Threatcns to Kill Children, and One is Dead. (Speclal to Tho TImcs-Dlspatfrw.v ROANOKE, VA., Jti'ho io.?Mary E, Bates, thn thlrteen'-yenr-ohl dnughtor ol Mr. nnd Mrs. M. V. Bates. dled suddenly thls mornlng. The mother ot tho girl bclhg insnne nnd havlng made threals of kllllng nll tho chlldren, thero was a iKusplc-loti that she .hnd' polsonod tho girl. A coronor's jury Wns summonod, and the denth lnvGstlgnlcd.?!t wns shown that tho mother of the glt-l had noth? lng to do wlth and had no opportunlty to polson hor wllh the cooklng. nnd tho Jury brought ln a verdlct of death from naturnl cansea. | m - A commlttee, headed by Joseph H. Choate, has beon formed ln New York to ercct bromte tnblets on tho bulldlngB In that clty lu whlch William Lloyd Garri? son ar.d Henry George dled. AMUSEMENTS. CASINO Idlewood. AH Week. HOMAN'S REFINED VAUDEVILLE. Speclal Features,' Mme. Rentz, Europenn Equcstrlan nnd her Arablan Horses. Flve other grent'.agts and the cam eragrnph, wlth'new .motlon pictures. , Matlnees Wednesday and Saturday. Rescrved seat. salo, Branch Allen. , IDLEWOOD, T*he Brlfjhtest 8pot In Richmond. SPECIAL FREE ATT-<lACTION ALL THI8 WEEK. TRELOAR, Assisted by Mlsa Edna TempcBt, In marvelous' feats of Btre'riglh.""' N6W features ench week. Bnnd concerts twlco dally. Seats for thousands. The Confederate Museum TWELFTH AND CLAY STIIEETS. Open dally from 9 A.- M. to 5 r. 11. Adml*. ?lon, "S cr-nu. F*re? on Soturfay. BASE-BALL. BASE-BALL CHAMPIONSHIP GAME. COMMONWEALTH CLUB WESTMOREUND CLUB. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13TH. Game called at 4Ai P. M. Beneflt of Home for Incurablcs and Glrl?* Club. EXCURSIONS. Buckroe Beach feXCURSION BY Monumental Sunday-School, SATURDAY. JUNE 10. Adults..*.*l-25 Chlidren (under 12).75 Traln leaves C. and O. Depot at 8:16 A. M. shnrp. Tho Opportunlty of the E.iason. JUNE 25, 1906. FOR THE BENEP1T OP ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL RECTORY. Mrs. Emmott .Harjla wlll run PRIVATE EXCURSION TO - , NATURAL BRIDGE AND LURAY l CAVERNS. Tlckots to Naturnl Bridgo, 16.50, In? cludes railroad fare, 'ndmlsslon to Bridge, supper, lndglng and brea&fast. Tlckotg. to Natural Bridgo and Lurny Includeg railroad fare, hotel rates at both places and ndmlsslon to Bridge nn~a Cavorni. All persons dcslrlng to go will communl cate promptly wlth Mrs. Emmett I-Inrrla,. No. 2406 West Maln Streot, or wllh MIbs Laura Harrlson, "phone 2360, GO WITH Richmond Grays (Go, A, 70th Reg't) TO BEACH PARK ,, TUESDAY, JUNE 12TH. ROUND 50o TRIP, Traln leaves Richmond, Southern Rall? way; 9:30 A. M. Returnlng, leaves Beach Park .7 P, M. y American Grown Teas Have you trled* tho famous Plnehurst, S. C, toa, . AMERICAN BREAKFA6T7 (Green ahd Oolong.) R. L. Christian & Co., AQENT6.