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Shipping Into atid Out of Nor?
folk and I ithcr Ports Was
ai Standstill.
Sjrew Lcavc in Small Boat, But
j ' I\I;,y Have Been Lcst?Bark
Will Go to Pieces.
[Spr/,nl lo Tha 31
Was compl toly tl< .1
thls nic.nilnir hy thi
Wm-: over Hnmnto
iUr.lny afternoon t
hl an.l
till iiei.en to-dny,
j kThc Inrgi otitj?olng pnssengi i stenm
ers remnlned In tlie Ronds rwer nlght
atid !!?? onlj crafl thai dared to moir
W.-r.- tugs nnd steam Inunchos, which
lu.!.].- their \v.:y cnutlously with much
fcdrenmlng of wbi.-ties. .*-*,, thlck was
the fog that tli.- blg hnttle-ships woro
rir.t i islhla en.- from tl ol cr, and
fcr.lv the cqntlnuous rlnging . tho Cog
' bclls ;,. tdc tn- :- pn *..inci :-. lown.
\: [The Old Dominion .* i nnicr, which
left tho ei.ie k at 7 o'clock last nlghl
for N.w Yeirk. niriv.il nt Old Polnt nt
il this mornlng. and thc Incomlng <>i.i
tfomlnlon ptefuuer i'r..in Ni w Vork re?
port. d by wlreless that thi woather
?wus so thlck outsldo thc- Capes that
?lt would bo Imtioaslblo to ci mo ln till
tli-- fog Ufted.
? Workmen employed al tlu i xposltlon
wli.i hnd to reach the grounds by bont
jv.ro considferably '<l. lay d, as mme of
\r)c boats could make tlu- early niorn
?jrtg trlps.
' * Oricnte Total Loss.
The Pcrtuguese bark Qrlontc, which
\v- nt ashore on the North Carolina
const Saturday ' nlght, is still hard
aftround, and it ls now practlcttlly cer?
taln thnt she wlll l.e n total loss.
? .<he- carrled a cargo of ooppor oro
nnd was bound frnm n Poruvlan port
presumal.ly for New Vork. Nothlng has
boen heard of the crew of slxti on mcn.
?wpo doserttfd her nnd took to the small
be>ats whon sne groun,dcd. While it i.s
thcuight they mny hnve boon nicked up
hy a passlng stoamor, it Is also prob
ablo that the entiro crew was lost,
ns they were totally unfamiliar witli
the const nnd tho weather was un?
usually thlck when they left tho
Btranded vossol.
Ceremonial of Uncommon Inter?
est to Take Place at Salem.
,-, [Speclal t<> The TImos-Dlspatch.]
TllO dcell' lltleelJ (if U.e IU< Ulll UU'llt ttt
Salem Cliurch, tn Spotsylvantn county,
four miles from thls clty, on frlday,
May. 3d to the Twontloth Reglment
New Jorsey Volunteers, wlll bo an
event of unusunl interest, and -will at
trnct a lnrge crowd. I *.<>11 i Federal nnd
Confcdcrato veterans wlll take part
iu th.* i c-i ? monles, om ol tho prl
?speakers, Judge .1. T. G lolrli k. of this
citv. belng ???. Confedernto. Ho wlll de
liver tho address of welcomo. Thero
?will be muslc by the Fredericksburg
Bnnd an.l thc monumont wlll bo unvoii
ol by Master E. i'ur.i Grulib, Jr.. of
N. w ".ler.sc.v. The- preacntation of the
monument t.> li.*- Stato of N> w Jorsoy
?will bc made bj General i". Burd
Gruhh. president of the commlsslon ol
the Stato of New Jorsey. The accopl
iin.-.* speeeh wlll bo mado by Hon. Ed
lnmvl Wllson, of New Jorsey, rcpro
?seating Governor Stokos. Major Ro?
bert W. Hunt. r wlll delivor the a.l.lt. .-:
on behalf <>( Oovornor Swanson, and
the State of Virginia.
Local Talent Delights Cultured
Audience at Emporia.
(Special to The TImos-Dlspatch.)
EMPORIA, VA.. April 30. Tho must
cale given iest night at tho Methodist
Cliurch was largely onjoyod.
tPrinclpally !'"--.l talent was henrd upon
thls occaslon, but each contrlbutor to thc
program was warmly received hy t!:.
large- and aproclatlvo audience ln attend
JTh'o solo ??'. Joctions of Miss Evelyn
Beasley, .>f T-etorsUhrg, was a tleclded
feature nf rfio iTrdgram. Tho duel of .Mrs.
Davis aml Mrs. Wyche was heartlly on
tJoyed as was the boIos <>i M. ssrs. i?.?i
tdr and Smlth. Mrs. J- T. Parker and
"Miss Ada Brown rendered two well-sf.
Idcted recitatl ins. Tlu- chorus numbi rs
?woro llberally complimented; ln fact, the
chorus work dlsplayed splenaid train?
I ' -'-"
So Far Fifty-eight Llquor Li
. | censes Have Been Granted.
[Speclal m The Times-Dispatch.]
?ALEXANDRIA. VA.. April 30.?In tli?
Corporatlon Court to-day the wlll oi
?Captaln .Charles F. Entwlsh was ad
mitt.d tn probate. Ile 1- I hl ? tati
lo his widow, Nannie Loul Entwisle,
-Which is valued at $10,000. His widow
tiUalltied as exo.-utrlx.
iTwenty-ono ndditlonal llrtuor Ucensos
??-.-rc- granted liy Judgo Barley i:i tho
Corporatlon Couri this- afti rnoon, tnak
jng a total that hav.- beon granted thls
far of flfty-elght. Last year slxty-llvc
tv.re granted.
Sell Liquor in Clarksville.
[Spoi ia! I
Barksdalo, ?
yesterday a(
King Quality shoes aro famou
for their uniform wcaring qual
ities. They never disappolnt;
for uach pair is mado to cont'onn
to the same high standard bef<
leavlag tiio faetory. You can al
ays ri'ly on them, King Qualr
ity shoes requira no "breakii
rhey fit your feet when
put on und rotuin their
al shape indefinitely. Try
i : ?' lualitv-shoo. it is thu
:'. i att e rns aro
,. ?-, , in ?very respect. Sea
H&MHft t!-' :l beforo pureliaslng your
:&v$ ^n'iug shoes.
Powell Brothers, 1541 East Main St.
Cleanses and beatitifies tho
teoth and puriflos tho breath,
Used by pooplo of refinement
for over a quarter of a century.
Conveniont for tourists.
days, durlng whlch time he held cnurt
for Judge MolTltt, ln Roanoko clty.
Most of tho dny was consumed ln tlio
hearlng of tho nppllcatlons of C. P.
Tlbbi ti for retail liquor llcenso In
tho town of Clarksvllle. Tho Town
Councll, of Clarksvlllo, hn I c insi nti d
for Mr. Tlbbett to havo thi Ilcen ??? for
which hc liad ngreed to pny $2,000, pro?
vided tho court would gr.uu it.
At the beginning ot thc ease thero
w ? re several who wore mnrked as con
tcs.tnnts on tlie <lo, ket, bui they one
by nnc Wlthdrew tholr nnmes, niul
flnnlly 111? ? opposltlon dwlndlcd to somo
tjvp or thn i citizens. Aftor the ovl.
rtenoo and argument of counsol con
cludod, the lleonse wns granted,
Judge Gooi rich Grants Twelve.
Beautiful Memorial Window.
tSpoclnl tn Th.. Tlines-Dlspnteh.l
Judgo .1. T. Gonlrlck, ln tho Corporation
Court, granted twelve nppllcatlons
made for liquor llcenses In tlils clty for
tho now llcenso'yenr, beginning May
lst All twelve of the applicants ar
now ongoged in tho business. Mr. E.
w. Mills. whoso lleonse explros to-dny,
did nol apply for a new llcenso, us hc
?will not coiillnuo ln the business.
Mlsa Snlllo A. Magratli liaK had
ph.i in the Methodist Church a beau?
tiful arch window in iiiemni-i.-im of her
parents, tho late Lewls O. Mngrath nnd
the lato Mrs. Mnry Francis Magrath,
both of whom were nii'iiihers of thls
church for n ntimbdr of yenrs.
Was Engagcd in Liquor License
Cases and Not at Oakridge.
[S|.lal to Tho Tlmos-Dlspatch.]
LYNCIIBURO, VA.. Aprll 30.?Tho re?
port that -lohn L. Lee, of this clty,
wns in consultatton at Oakrldgo last
Thursday ttnd Friday with Judge \V,
G, Lovlng, and Uiat ho liml been re?
tained to dofend hlm In hls trial for
the kllllng of Theodoro Estes ut Ouk
ridge, Is without foundatlon. Tho days
Mr, l. o I;: r.-portcd to have beon at
Oakrldgo ho was engagcd in court in
tho trial of cohtcsted liquor cases, an.l
ns far ns is known ho hus not boon
approachyd rclatlvo to beins retained
in tho case.
Lad of Eight Years Finds Pistol
and Takes Deliberate Aim.
(so.'. lol to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
ALEXANDRIA, VA., Aprll 30.?Clar
.? ti.-.- i; Walker, who conducts n gro
ii!'.' atoro at No. 700 North Columbus
Streiftr wi t li nftfiiol'Ti 5tfio|;in tho
right leg while stiindlng in his storo
hy :i youth named rtenry Muller, ahout
eight years of age. The bullet was ii
.r.2 callbro, nnd complotely penctrated
the log abovo tho knee. Ha wlU re?
cover. Muller found the pistol on a
sholf aml took dollberato nini at Mr.
Hear Bishop Tueker.
[Special to Tln. Tlmos-Dlspatch.]
BOVDTON, VA., Aprll 30.-4 Blshi
CoadjUtdr Tueker, of tlu- IHocese <
Soutno'fh Virginia, preached and hold
eonnrmation sorvlcos hero last night
Iri tho courthouso foi\'.tlio i -cdored peo?
ple, lie cotif iriiu-d-a clnss of four per?
sons, Thls ls Wn; flrst visit of tho
bishop to thls plnco, und tho deslre to
heiir him drow u large numbor of tho
white citizens to the courthouso. llis
dlscourso waa ablo nnd carnost, and
produced n profound Impresslon. lie
an uppointiiiciil for tho 7th of Mny
in St. James'a Episcopal Church horo,
: t whlch time hc will also conilrni a
Fail to Get License.
[Special to Tho Tlmos-Dlspatch.]
AMHERST, X.X.. Aprll 30.?Tho Ani
herst Clrcult. Court is Jn sesslon tliis
Week. Thi- sesslon was held nuilnly
to he'a'r tho applfCatlOha for whiskey
dlstlllcr llcenses. There were two ap
plicuriltt?B. VV. Jonos, for u license to
iii.-til (ui Llttlo i'iiii'V Rlver in Tennos
bu. Dlstrict, and M. II. Will him.',, for a
llcenso to dlstll at I'.'illar Mllls in I'.-.l
lur Dlstrict. After lieurlrig the evi?
dence, Judgo Gordon decided against
tho appllcation of Mr. Jones.
Charge Griffin with Arson.
ISp.i'i.'ii to Tln- Tlmes-XJlspatoh.]
ALEXANDRIA, VA., April 30.?ln tho
Polico Court to-day George Grltlln was
held'-'lor the actlon of the grand jury
on ti chargo of utteinptlng Sunday lust
tn burn two frame dwelllngs, whlch
\\ ? -r.- unoccupiod. Charles Michacl, who
was also charged wlth u slmllar ot
fi uso, was dismisscd and sUbsoquont
l> rcarrostod, he being tho chief wlt?
ness for tho prosecutlon. Mlchncl Is ;i
resldent of Phlladolphia,
Injuries Prove Fatal.
[Special to Tho Timos-Dlspatch.]
Willlam Stovons, of King George
county, who met wlth un accldont :it
tho sawmill ot Lowla Stovons', ln Spot
sylvanla county, dled from tho offocts
yesterday, und hls remains wero taken
to hls home for Interment. Tho do
ceascd wus twenty-one yoars old, and
Ih Burvived by liis mother un.l n num?
ber of rolativcs.
License Tax on Retail Liquor
Dealers Increased from
$125 to$25b.
Matter of Arranging ior Repro
(itiction of Battle of Crater
Will Be Discussed.
[Speclal to The Tltnes-Dlspateli.]
PETERSBURG, VA., Aprll 30.?Tlio
flght iu the Clty Cotiftclt ovor tho quos?
tlon of increasing tho clty license tax
on Ihiutir dealers from tho old rate of
$125 to at least |2S0 ended this after
iicicm with thc unanline.us ptwsage of 11
new license tax ordlnanco Increasing
tho tax nn fetull dealers from $l-"> to
SJ.10. On wholosalo dculurs tho tax
was not changed.
Mr. Ilamllton's hiotlon to make it
$260 lnstend 6f $226 was lost by a voto
of six ayes to ten 1100.8. Of the othor
dlsputod questions the proposltlon to
lncrcaso the tax on pbol-room's wus de?
feated, the! tax ot $28 on the lirst tablo
and $15 011 onch nddltional tablo rc
mninlng unchangod. A. D, Hamllton
moved to Increnso tho tax to $10 on
llrst tablo nnd $'!0 on each addltlonal
talde, Which was defeated by a vote
..f nine noes to sovon ayes, the recom
mbndntlon of Georgo Camoron, Jr.,
chalrman of tho (lnnuco committee.
that the tnx bo unchnnged, belng sus?
Reduce Peddlers' Tax.
Th,. tax of $500 on peddlers, provided
for In the ordlnanco which tho Mayor
vetned because of hls oplnlon that tho
taxes on sulfions und pool-room.8 wore
inndeciuate, and tho podtller'a tax pro
hlbltlVO, Wus reduced t<> a tax of $30;
any person notlng as peddlors as defln
i-d by tho Stato law bolng requlred to
pay that nincuint of license tax l'or each
vehlclo used in such p.-ddllng. Thls
dc.es nnt apply to people who pay a li?
cense tax under tho section llxing thu
rates on huckstors,
The amended ordlnanco passed thls
afternoon reprosonts success to tho im
tl-llquor pooplo to the oxtent of tho
$125 Incrcasp of th<* tax on retail deal?
ers, Iucluding hotels where drlnks aro
sold. Duririjj the mnny dlscusslbna of
the question the untl-liquor party fro?
quently Intlrhate'd tlmt n> xt yenr they
WOUld attempt to BCCUro nnother In?
crease-. Tlu* new ordlnance now gn.-s
tn tho Board of Aldermen fnr concur
ronco, and then to tln* Mayor, whose
approval cf tln* measure ls by nn means
nssured, as liis reasons fnr votolng tho
flrst lne-nsiire woro especially omphatlc
nn tlie subject or pool-room rostrlc
Th.* Chamber of Commerco hns Issued
a call for a public moetlng to-morrow
evening fer consldoratlon nf Its plnn
to reproduco the battlo <>f tho Crater
on July 30th, tho 'forty-thlrd unnlver
si'i-y of the fight. ? ?
Miss Marlo F. Joseph. daughto'r of
Mrs. Ellzabeth Joseph, was married
this mornlng to Mr. otls A. Harding.
<>f this clty, at tho resldenco of th..
hrlde's mother. Mlss Estolle Harding-.
the groom's slster. wiih inaid nf honor
aud Mr. Willlam Mann, of Richmond,
was best man. Rov. Father tTFurr.ll,
of St. Joseph's Cathollc Church, per?
formed tln* cero/noriy. Mc and Mrs.
Harding left for the North on a brldal
The woddlng of Mlsa Mary Rusie.
D'Alton and Mr. Ouy O. Lowls, both of
thls clty, took placo thls mornlng nt
tho residence nf tho pastor of tlu* Sec?
ond Baptlst Church, Rev. F. W. Moc.ro,
who performed the ceremony.
Mlss Suo Ellzabeth Browdor, of Et
trlck. nnd Mr. Harvey L. Lodgo, of
Richmond, wero married nt the Fttrick
Methodist Cliurch thls. evenlng nt 0
o'clock. Miss Mnlli,- Lodgo w*s mald
nf honor. and Mr. Wnltor 15. EahQs ?*?a
best man. Miss Cra'c,. Mnddern. Miss
I.illiiin Rlvea an.l Mlss Mnrle Androws
were- the bridosmnids. The ushers were
Messrs. W. J. Lodge, Allle V. Maddera,
Frederick Allen antl Uarvey F. An?
Home of Lewis Graves Brings
SS.ioo?Remains in Family.
[ Speclal to The Times-Dispatch.]
LAIIORE, VA., April 30.?The old
Lewls Oravos plantation. near Za, wns
snld at public auction to-day. It rnn
talns over 500 acres, and was bought
by Cllnton Graves, one of tho legntees,
at $S,100 cash. Horses, mules, farrn
ing Implemonts nnd all perlshablo prop?
erty sold woll.
Farmers were so busy pinntlng enrn
thnt many of them woro absent from
.lohn Evors, fourtecn years of ngo,
disappoared from his home, near Spe?
cial, Saturday, and hls parents nre
much oxclted over their failure to find
Tlie county_ primary has boon ftxed
fnr tho 25th <>f May. and the contest
l'or tho Legislature by Taliaferro, In?
cumbent; Ilolliday. of Rapldan. and
l-'ia:'.er. of Lnhure. ls warmlng up,
as Is tho flght fpr sheriff, In whlcli
I'annil, incumbent, ls opposed by Hnnd,
town sergeant nf Orange.
Pr, Robort Frazor] of tho educatlonal
commlsslon, vlslted his sister, Mrs. O.
T. Terrlll. near here, yesterday.
Intercollegiate Affair Will Be
Held in Salem May 3d.
(Special to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
SALEM, VA., April 30.?Tho Vlr?
glnln Intercollegiate Oratorieal Associ?
ation wlll hold Its annual contest in
Salem, under tho ausplcos of Roanoko
Collego, 011 tho evenlng of Frlday, May
?ih.. 3d. Sovon of tho eight Instltutlons
in tlie association ivill partlclpute In
tho contest -namoly, the Unlvorslty of
Virglnla, Emory und Henry, Randolph
Macon, Willlam niul Mary, Rlchmond
College, Roanoko Collogo, und Wash?
ington and Loo Unlvoraity. Hanipdeii
Sldney wlll not sond a reprosontatlvo
thls yoar, Tho contost next year wlll
l.e held at Washington and i.
Edward Lewis Seriously Wounds
Garfieltl Mason.
[Special to Tho Tinios-.Dlspatch I
WINCHESTER, VA., April 80.?Nows
roachod Winchester thla evenlng tmni
Bloomory, in tho inountnlnous soctlon
of Frederick county, ..t a dosporatu
shootlng ait'rav, in which Ciarflold Ma?
son flgurod as a lurgot for Edward
Lowls. Had blood has for si. tlmo
. \lste.l botweon lhe failllllos, and ln
tho nieaiitiuie youiig LowIh'h Blstor, Idn
b ll am.. iiil'atnateel wlth Mason':,
brothur, Arthur, They were married
a few wooks age Tliis qulckoned fno
feeling bOtWOUIt the Ilien.
Whlle Mason wa.-- drlvlng a team
yoBtorday, Lowlh saw him, and liavlns
a shot gun ho I'ir.ci thlrty-throo shot,
eiit.Tlug Mason'.. lco.lv. some in h|?
eyes, chin, breast antl abrtomon, Ilo
IH under motllenl .are, and blootl-polson.
fns is Feared, ['..wis wns promptly
arrested niul given a hearlng beforo
Muiii-ilt-Uc i'ci'pcr, a'. Culd ?U'caju, W.
$14,000?GIVEN AWAY-~$14,000
The Best Definition of a Baby
To the person giving the best definition we will
absolutely free,
A $500 Lester Piano
Mahogany Case.
A Very Beautiful Instrument.
To the next 35 second best answers a $100 credit due bill
to each.
To the next 50 third beat answers a $75 credit due bill to
To the next 75 fourth best answers a $50 credit due bill to
To the next 100 fifth best answers a $25 credit due bill to
Making a grand total of $14,000 given away without any "ifs" or "ands." This announc ..ent serves to
introduce in Richmond and vicinity the artistic and time-honored
OUR $14,000 BABY.
Lester Piano.
Only One Credit Due Bill
Will be accepted at face vahie as FIRST PAYMENT on any
new Piano in our faetory slvowrooms at 214 NORTH FIFTH
STREET; balance 011 terms to suit.
Answers must be written on a separatc slip. and no name
attacbed thereto. As soon as received tbe slip and your let?
ter will bc given number, so tbcre will be no mistakes made,
and tbe coinniittce will bavc 110 knowledge of tbe scncler.
A Committee of 5 Disinterested
Persons Will Render Decisions.
IMPORTAN T.?No answer must contain more than
twenty-five words. Only one definition will be received
from each contestant.
Nowa Word AboutOur Pianos
THE LESTER PIANO COMPANY, makers of thc Les?
ter Piano, is backed by a capital of $2,500,000. Wc bavc been
making tbe LESTER PIANO over a quarter of a century.
It is a strictly high-grade, artistic instrument, and is recog?
nized tbe country over as one of tbe very few really artistic
Pianos. Our method of advertising our Pianos is a little dif?
ferent from most Piano manufacturers. Instead of paying
thousands of dollars per year to expensive magazine adver?
tising and thousands of dollars per year for expensive Piano
stores, wc reach thc public in a dircct manncr. cutting out all
of this uselcss cxpensc. In other words, after thc finished
product leaves our faetory it is shipped to our faetory sam?
ple wareronms, and sold to you at lhe actual faetory price,
thcreby saving you from $100 to $175 on a Piano.
Our Baby Contest will close Tuesday, May 14, 1907, at 6 P. M. All replies must
be in by that hour or they will not be considered.
Be Very careful about writing your name and address. Now get busy.
Lester Piano Company,
214 North Fifth Street, Richmond, Va.
Vii. Ho vfd$ commlttod to jnll at Rom.
noy to awalt thu uctlon ut tho court
in July.
Successful Revival.
[Special to Tho Timos-Dlspatch.]
DANVILLE, VA., Aprll 30.?The Pafcon
.Stroet Christian rhurch ia crowded o'ach
nUtht to hear Rev. B. H. Melton. <>f Rlch?
mond, who Iiiik fnr the past weok been con
iltictliur a revlval here. Tho congregatlon
Is only limited by tho slzo of the church,
Thu rogret 1k oxpressed on all sldes that
tho meeting was no* held In the Chapman
Tabornaclc, which seats four thousand peo?
ple. There have hoen several convorsloni
and addltlona ,to tho church durlni? tho re?
vlval, nn.l the church pooplo generally have
hoon stlmulated to greater seal nnd work.
Tho revlval closes Thursday night, but Hr.
Melton Ia bolng urgod. to roturn In tho early
summer for a mootlng ln tho tabornaclc.
Charters New Enterprise.
[Speolal tu Tho Times-Dlapdtch.]
RALEIGH, X. C, Aprll 30.?Tlie Soc?
rotary of Slato charters tho Willlam
ston Ll?ht and Power Compnny, of W'll
llamston, capital $50,000, by J. D.
BlggB an.l others. Tho Grovur Mercail
tilc Compnny, of Cleveland county, cap?
ital, $ii.OftO. hy T. S. Kooler and others.
Deputy ShorlfE IX. IX. Jonos, o? llort
ford county, waa hero to-day to do
liver to tho penltontlary, Garfleld
Flootwood, rccciuly aentenced in Iiert
( -?.
Funeral of Mrs. Stone.
ISnoclal to Tho Tlmes-Diapatch.l
Tho remains Of Mrs. Nannlo AV.btonr
wlfo of John W. Stono, of StafCprtl
countv, who died at tho Western Stato
HoaDltal at Staunton, wore brought to
hor old homo noar Brooke, for Intor
mont. she ls survlved by her hua
hand antl six chlUlren.
Charge Woman with Infanticide.
rSiK'clal to Thu Ttmos-Dlsi.iiteh.l
, ukkx HAY. VA., Aprll?; ao.-Cora
Walton, a young colored elrl.^llvlng
near horo, hns beon tirrosted on.-tho
minrnro of infanticide. The chlld is
SliomS to have hoon hhhlon in a atump
liolo The girl'a mother ls nlso im
. pllcdteu and is under arrost.
Goes to Mississippi.
lolal to Tho TimoH-Disputeh.l
, ?.,;?, 0 01,,; VA, Aprll .3?.~?-.,M: WM
,. ., toS^aoSopt ?; Munorp,
Ums, for llvo yoari jB^V}^?^^
Public Instruction ln lir,s,.,..V.,,.,.! ,',V:
Bltloil ut Laurel, Miss._
Wets Win Nelson District.
|S.,1*1 to Tho Tillles-l'ispntch.l
I Altuis GUOVE, VA- Aprll SOr
local opth.n election hold ln YqrKr
town, .Nelson dlstrict, York county. to
dnv rnsultnd as folloWSC. Yvots, i\l,
flrya 22 Tho next flght will bo bofore
Judgo Tyler lor llcenses_
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Will Manage Barton Hotel.
i, v v'vn']"i''i' w"' Tm'lVVln'.'-A I' nildniuhl
1 i.\N \ 11.1.1'., VA,, Apio" ,?,,,,,,,.., ...im
to-nlght XV. W, Mnn, Ol I*JM? V'/iurV. "
HBHumo tha nianagomont ol ?',,'!.' "
llotel, whloh 1.0 .....rchase, BOVOrol j el S
ngo Mr I Inn ciiiplucts tha < mroll uwi
Aiilngton llotela ln Lynchburg.
Post E Delegates Will Attend.
FHneclal to The Tlines-nispateh. I
I.a N V11.l .!?:. VA.. April 30.-A floimw
liou ..f ii-tween twonty-nvp nnd thlrty,
? ol,. . .? from '..st 15 Of tho Travolors*
I I'foteetlve Assoclatlon, pf thla <' ty. Wl
.,m,Mi| tho nnnuni Stnte convenMoii, \\bloh
1 convenos ulxl ThuvsUay iu Alwumurlu,
riiomas, Struck Over Head by
Wilson, in Critical Condition.
[Special to Tho Times-Dispatch.)
DANVILLE. VA., April 30.?Frod.
r names; aged ahout soventcon years,
ind son of J. W- Thames, a merehant.
Ih in a critical condltlon as the result
il being struck over tlio head yester?
day hy C. L. AVilson. one of tho pro
prtetors of tho Wilson Buggy Com?
pany, who used nothlng except hls fist.
Voung Thunies was kicked in tlio head
several yenrs ago hy a mule and came
near dylng from the injury. Tho blow
recolved yesterday, has caused thu old
trouble ho had tn come back on him.
Tho fight was considered only trlfllng
untll to-day, when tho boy was therat
ened wlth menlngltis.
No Liquor Can Now Be Sold in
Bristol, Va.
[Spoclnl to Tho TImos-Dlspatch,]
tiRISTOL, VA., -April 110.?All an
loons on tho Virginia. sldo of Brlstol,
twelvo in numbor, woro closed porma
nently to-night at 10 o'clock. All
licenses explred tn-day, and tho sa
loon men were unable tn secure new
llconsiis us a result nf the election April
23d, In which saloons wore voted out
Sovoral of tlio saloon men have
leased property on the Tonnossoo sldo,
nn.l are moving to contlnuo buslnoss
until November lst, when the Pendleton
act prohlbltlng saloons In Bristol Tenn.,
becomos effectivo, Some of tho sn
loon mcn clal mtn have lnst heavily by
boirig Corcod to close suddenly.
Virginia Beach Hotel Company
Gets Control of Princess Anne.
[Speclal to Tho Times-Dispatch.)
NORFOLK, VA., Aprll 30.?Thu Vir?
ginia* Bench Untcl Compnny has leased
tho Princess Anno Hotel nt Virginia
Our Trademark
A Guarantee of Quality
All Trnnks, Bags and Suit Cases made in our big Rich?
mond factories are guaranteed, both as to material and
workmansliip: You can't buy better.
When you buy from our retail store, 703 East Broad
Street, you have thc satisfaction of knowing that you are
always getting
I Our Leather TelepHone Directories are Useful and Unique. 50c up
The H. W. Rountree & Bro., Trunk & Bag Co? 703rFc^mb6nd, va"''
Beach for tho period ot four years from
tho Princess Anno Investment Corpo?
ration. Firty-slx thousand dollars ls
to lm pald for tho lease.
Ten thousand of thls ha8 been pald,
twenty thousand moro is to be pald
next December, and the remaindor be?
fore tho explratlon of the lease, Tho
bath-houses are not lncluded, only thu
hotel, laundry, powcr-hotise nnd tho
property known as Dlnkwater farm.
Judge Hanckel Refuscs to Renew
Charters?Police Carry Out Order
[Speclal to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.)
NOltFOLIC, VA, Aprll SO.?Tho fivo
aoclal clubs whoso charters have been
refused renewol hy Judgo Hanckel, of
the C'orjiorntion Court, and who has
ordored Chlef of Police Boush to closo
tho clubs, .eannot opornto nfter to
nlght at 12 o'clock. Chlef Boush Bays
tliat he wlll seo that Judgo Ifunckol's
oider ls enrried out. Thu cluha thut
wero refusod new charters nro Hla
watha, Cosmopolltan, Arcado, Magnolia
and Lono Star.
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Willard English Dies of Injuries
Inflicted by John Blount.
[Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.*
B1HSTOL, TENNV. April 30.?Willard
English, a Brlstol young man. who was
struck on the head wlth a billlard cue
hy John Blount, a youiiK man, who
came here recently from ltoanoke, dled
of hls InJurlOg to-ni-ght. Blount wns
out on bond, but the olllccrs nre soarch
irig for hlm to-nlght.
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Begin Revival Services.
[Spaolal to Tho Timfis-nispatch. J
SPENCEIt, N. C., Aprll 30.?A SOrlCS of
ovaturellutlo meetlnsra wero begun nt tho
Sponcor Baptlst Churoh lant nlaht, thn pas?
tor ltov. J. M. Dunaway, bohiB ns?istod by
Rov. J. U Jenkins, of 'Wllmlngton, Is". C.
The latter hns.henn nsslatlng In a meeting
iit Mnrksvlllfc for sovoral dayn, and ln prench
Ing nhlo aertnonS to thu large consrcgntlong
greeting hlm at Spencer,
Jury Gives Him $375 Because Hc
Was Ejected from Train.
(Spoclal to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.)
AHKXAiN'DItlA, VA. Aprll 30.?In tho
Clrcult Court fur Alexandria county,
Judge Harrison, nf Winchester, Va., pro
.sldlng. a Jury thi* afternoon awarded a
verdlct of $3"'> to Goorgo D. Hopklns ln
his sult for $5,000 damagos agalnst thc
Washington, Alexandria and Alotint Ver?
non EUeotrla Railway, Ho presented a
conductor wlth a Col'imhlan hall dollar
whllo a passenger absnrd tlie train, nnd
tho conductor refused the money nnd
ejected hlm, which culiv.lnntin in thn gultw
Two of the Negroes Implicated
in, Murderous Tour Caught.
NORFOLK, VA., Aprll 30.?ChlOf of
Pollco Bousch announced to-day the
uapturo of the two negro hlghwaymen
who mado a murderouH tour across
Berkley Ward of Norfolk Saturday
nlght, resultlng in the death of ono
man, wlth of threo others assulted
still llngerlng botween Ufo nnd death.
The alleged assailants are Wllliam Mc
Intosh nnd Tom Lasslter, together wlth
Ll'/.zlo FIshor, Ireno Jonos and Helen
AVllllams, all of whom were to-day
brought to Norfolk, tho women belng
held as accessorles. Mclntosh has mnde
a confesBlon to tbe pollco, admlttlng
h! own partlclpatlon ln tho crlmes, but
throwing most of tho blamo on Lns-'
siter. Tho crlmos aro said to havo :
boen concorted In a Norfolk negro
dlve. Tho plan was to go through'
Berkley Ward. strlko down and rob;
every man, white or blnck who-camo,
iu tho courso of tho gang, which lt ls
now belleved lncluded soveral, nnd to
dlvlde tho spoils at a mocting-phico on
Bttare the ?**-?Tlie Ki"d Y01, Ha<B Alv-ayS BMtf|-'

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