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Captures First Money in Fourth Evcnt at New Orlcans, Efjualiiig Kccord. MISS MAZZONI A WINNER Played at 9 to 5, She Coines in Ali6ad in 1'ifth Racc?Other Results. NF,W ORLEANS, LA? March ?.? dreen Seal cqualed tlie track record for c mile and n slxteonth at the Falr proundfl to-day by wlnning tho fourth racc ln IHG 3-5. Green Seal's titno for th mlle ln thla race was 1:38 3-3. W'l-.ithr r clear; track fast. Suminarlos: l-'irst raci?half a mlle?Marso Abu (l lo i) iirst, Brppgham (20 to i) sec? ond, Little Moae (5 to 1) thlrd. Tlmo, :\i l-S. \ Second, >race-?flva and a half fur IqngB, BOlJIng?Bacutcheon (14 to 5) jfiivi. IUk u<'ii (IT to 6) second, Come i in-S.-i m (ti to 1) thlrd. Tlme, 1:07 2-5. Thlrd raci?six furlongs/ selling? Mondejl (<I to 1) tirst, llnnrlda (11 to 6) lec'ond, Night Ml8t (13 to 1) thlrd. Tlme, 1:15. Fourth rnco?mile and a sixteonth? Green, geal (1.1 to ii) tlrst, .luggler (4 to ."ii second, Tokalon (i'.i to i) thlrd. Tlmo, 1:45 3-5. Flfth race?mlle and aevonty yards, selling?Mi.-.-. Mazzont (9 to 5'j tlrst, I*tiiH Brandt (3 to 1) second, Rhine stone (Hi to 1) thlrd. Titno. }:46 l-v Slxth race?mlle and seventy yards. selling?Ftinlculalre (3 to 1) flrst, Han nllml Bey (11 to 5) second, Bellevlcw (lG'.tcr 3) Uilrd. Time, 1:15 2-5. Spvpnth rnco?mlle and soventy yards, selling?Lady Vlncent ^^\'? to 1) ilrst, Artful Dodgo (10 to 1)-second, Warner (lilswcll (5 to 1) thlrd. Tlme, 1:45 3-5. Sporting Letters Tlio ?|M>rtlilK i-dllor of Tlie Tlmcs lilspnt i-li vtlli Khidly anmver la tlir?i I'lilmiiiih iinj iiiiextloiiM rcRnrdlnK ? portiiiK mtittrr*. C'oiiiiiiiiulen<lonn nn MporlliiK -.iihlii-i, will :iImi be printed, nnd eoininenl* will be mndr, Addrc-an Sgortjqg Bdltqr, '1 Imm-n-IIN puteli. S OF THE BQXERS. The propospd match at Detrolt bc tW'-.n l-'red Welch and Young Lough i rv 4iaa fallen through. Orbver Hayea and Young Xltchio will ligure in the wind-up nt the Na tional Athletic Club on Saturday nlght Adam Ityan, of Phlladelphla, am; Tommy Lowe, of Washlngton, an bpoked for a six-round boxlng cxhl bjtlon al Readlng to-nlght, it l- announced that Ullly "Papkc th,- W-sti-in mlddlewelght. is alrcad; ilown to 1581-2 pounds for hls'matcl Wlth Hngo Kelly on March 16th. The BufTalo Sunllower, one of thi tpugheat iniddleweights ln the rlng i cuuple of yeara ago. has startod traln ing agaln, and Is open to box any 122 pounder, GflB .lones, the eolored middle welght, who is a very well-developoi athlete, has atarted tralnlng imdei Professor .lohn Henry Jolinson, am ls open to meot any 150-pound boxet Hllly McCarney has signed Johnni Summers, the Engllall llghtwelgh champlon, to box Georgo Decker, o rt'eat Phlladelphla, at the West Em Athletic Club i.ext Monday nlght. Young Kotchcl] has found out tha AI .Will, tho Calirornla mlddlewelghl is pretty tough game, and he has call cd off hls light wlth Nolll schedplci for March 17th at Bakeraueld, Cal? BIG OFFER FOR CHAPULTEPEC Ouryen Sold to llnvc' OfTcrcil 9,~0,00 for Crnek Three- Year-Old. NEW ORLEANS. March 5.?Pau Italney, tlio woalthy Eastern horseina wlio arrived hero to-day to spend som time at tho Crqacent Clty meet. la au lliorlty for tbe statement that Herma Uuryea recontly offered Fred Burle> $30,000 for the crack three-year-ol t'liapultepec. Wlillc Burlcw had no ibsolutely rcfusod to part wltli hi tcnsational colt, he would llke to ro '.ain hlm untll after tho runnlng o tho Derbles hero, and for thls roaso the sale may not bo mado ln the nca future. DHAPEK TO PLAY AGA.KV. Urcnt Tackle Ellgiblc for 1'cnu'n Foot 1*1111 Elcvcn. Draper, tho Unlverslty of Pennsyl vanla AU-American tackle, wns yester? day declared ollgible to agaln rcpro Bqnt llie unlverslty on the football: lield. Althuugb he will not bo pcr inltit-d to play in tho openlng games ho will bo avullable to tho team aftor Oelnber 22d. Draper played ono year on Swarth more, two full years und pnrt of an? other at Eennsylvanla, The rtillng of tlio faculty, therefore makos it posslblc to use tho blg tackle for tlio .Swurthinore. Cornell, Miohlgan and all tho other games that talle plaoo after October 22d, which was tlio date of his former dlsquallflcatlon tliree years ago. As a soquel to the Guy Hnsklns and Melvin Slieppard affair, in wl.ich tho VonnsylVanla runnor was brought Into ii common (|iiiirrol at ono of the indoor games. the faculty deolded not to allow any undcrgraduatos to compote ln any Indoor games unless a regular scheduln bo prepared by the manager of tlio track toam and tho faculty notifled at loast threo weeks boforo the meet whon the nature of the raco aud quality of the mcot must be passed lipon by them. Russian Offer for Nancy Haaka. LEXINGTON. KY., Mnrch 5_A tvoulthy Russian has wrltten Edward ?ind Josoph Madden to namo a prico an ' their ex-trotting queen, Nancy Manks, withholdlng hls namo, but de Jlar.ln'g that ho wanted to pay a prollt ihovo what tho mtiro cost thein, nnd that the nioney would bo found wltli tlio Russian consul ln New York. The i-oiing turfman will not soll tho maro. FLOOR_PAINTS. BEST ltEADY-MIXEO TAINTS, \\ axe.ic. Fluot XVax, Bruaheji, Ktc, Elo. Tanner Paint and Oil Co. 1410 E. Main. Itlchmnntl, Vu. i DELIGHTI'IIL JSTf^rPYTATniSt LICJUID, "W Jil'H *j LaalMw* pqwdcRi AIRSHIP BEING PREPARED TO FLY Invnntor Hnldwln < In ccnlre), annlxtiiig In prcpnrlne liln dlrlgllilo bnlloon for n Journey ln cloudlnnd. BILL KAY MIGHT IL BEEN HERE :Was Sold By Portsmouth, and is Now With Washington Club. Bill Kay, a ball player. who, whlle I a member of the Lynchburg team in ithc Vlrginla League, knocked a homo run off Al. Orth, would havo been play ing ball ln thls league thls stun rnor had It n?t bcen for Bland. the own er of tho Portsmouth aggrogation. Kay Is now wlth tho Washlngton team In the Amerlcan League and great thlngs are expocted of hlm at the hat. He Is spoken of as a "natural" batter, and ho has domonstrated that hd can clout tho sphcre. The rt-asou for hls not playlng In Virginia this year Is becauso Mr. Bland, who ov.ns the Portsmouth fran chlse. reftiBod to listen to thc mana? ger of hls team, Barlcy Kain, and sold hlm for $300. Kay was roleased by Manager Orim of Lynchburg. Barley Kaln, the Klcli mond ball player,?and there ls no nn.re popular man ln the buslness to day?was at that tlmo manager of the Portsmouth team. and at once sont a ccntract to Kay. who returned lt sign ed. A few days later Kay wrote Kair that hls flnger had been broken am he could not report for some tlme Kain answer. il that Kay could corm to Portsmouth whon hls flnger wai well.' that- Portsmouth would not can col hls contract. 'Later Kay was drafted for the sun of $300. These aro the facts regarding tlu transactlon, and they polnt a mora that Is slgnlflcant Managera of bal lams must not bo handlcapcd by fran> chise owners. who perhaps have sonn fllmsy notlons regarding tho men. 4, manager must either be the manager oi the goat. WILL GO TO TEXAS Harvey llrnok-.. Old Tivln-t'lty Player, WU Pltcll ln lort Wortb Club. Harvey llrooks. tho Ftar twlrler In tlio ol< i Twin-CIty League, nnd who did sood worl . for tho Norfolk loam In 1907, will play fr. ttm Fort Worth (Tcx.) toam thla year. 11, has h.^en In coinmunlcatlon with the owner of thls club for some wec-ks, and 13 certal' tr.at Jio wlll lald. llrookB. wlio Is very popular wlth man: TUthmonders. ls now llvlng in "W'est Polnt r.nd was in tlio city yesterday on a vlslt. "My arm is all rlKht," he said yetUerda: mnrnlrifr. and I expect to pltch tlie ball o iny llfe tlils roason" Ciibs I.cnvc for Trnlnlng Cump, CHICAGO, March B.?-Nlne member of the Chicago National League base ball team, holders of tho world's cham pioashlp. left yesterday for Wes Uuden, lnd., where tho sprlng trnlnln; is to DCBln to-morrow. Manager Frani Chatice lieaded tho oontlngent whle left to-day. After a few days tho cn tlre team will go South for a serle of exhibltlou games. Xcw Player for Hostou Amcrlcaug. ANACONDA, MONT.i March 5. James Mcllalo, last season a membe of the Stockton (Cal.) Club, has bee algncd by tha Boston team of th Amerlcan League. THE ACE OF BASEBALL PACK HAHHY C. VIH.MAM. l'resldeut of thu Aatloniil LeugMC. Vreslili'iit l'ulllaiii ivou hls flght in 1'nvor of tlie blauk Ihicil hnll pln.vers. ''AR'a nell that euils tvcll," waa ProMtileui I'ullln?>?'?. leiunrk as he iiuU l|ecr uutun itutl Johunnu |vU W* Qft'K'O 4>W t'rleudij' tcruilh Y. M. C. A. Basketball League Thr.'O close, excltlng games were played ln thc T. M. C. A. Basketball Lcngue last r.ight. Tho Atplias by wlnnlng from the Gnnuniis now tle them for llrst place. Thc acoro of thls game waa S? to a. In thc game between tlie Slgmaa and Kappaa lt wm a case oc aeesaw all the wa through, but tho formcr llnally won 01 i; i,, ii. The Ilelns put up a snappy game agalnat the determlned Dcltas. and wlifrn tlm,.- wa* called led them by ilve polnt*! Bcorc. IG lo 10. Ai thera are but throo more games lu ] the lcagui- sehc-dulo thoy wlll be tho lastest o: the seison. Next week tho llnc-up wlll by Alpliaa vs. Doltoa; Gatnma'j va. Sigmaa; I Kappaa va. Botaa. I On Saturday night now groupa will bc 1 formed ln tho graded clasa for compeiltion ln uihletlca, ur.d games on clais nlghta fol? lowlng the apparatua exerclsea. Every man i ln the cloaa v"7ll be po* in d group. ! An Ind.ior baseball kugue wlll be formed early In April. Tho llne-up iti last nlghfa basketball | gamos Wtta aa follows: ! Elgmaa? E. D. Johnson, left forward; T. , 15. McAUnms. rlght forward; K. A. Jett (taptalr... forward; II. K. Gilllam, centre; j W\ A. Hutchtson, guard; W. 11. Sadler, . guard. Kappaa?I'. P. Thornton (captaln), left ! ff.iwurd; W. A. Graves, rlght forward; T.. B. i VanSant. centre; G. W. Itoach, left guard; 1. i.'. Twinln,-. rlght guard. j Score: Slginas, 1"; Kappas, H. Betns?F. H. Twlnlng. left forward; A. Cienohaw, rlght forward: W. D. Sydnor, | centre; XV. A. Ilruee (captaln), left guard; 13 J. f'offman, rlght guard. Deltaa?M. I\ I.awrunce (captaln), left forward; S. E. Hening, rlght forward; G. ii. SPDHTIIG NQTES Jimmy Blotiln beat Ale.x. Dunbar slx out of ten bowling games ln a match series St Chlcago. The regular club night and smoker of the Athletic Club of Philade-phla is achoduled for s-i.turd.iy. Zybls.20, the Gallciun, may bc- brought to this country to meet tlio winncr of tho Gotch-Ilackenschmldt afTiilr. ManaKer Vogdes, of tlie Pennsylva nla gymnaatlo team, has nrranged a tliul cxhibition with Princeton, to take place ln the Red and Blue gymnaalum on March 18th. Thc Lacrosse team of Harvard wlll play tlie Midshlpmen durlng the latter port of April at Annapolis. Thla will bo the llrst game of lacrosso ever played by Annapolis, as the uanio haa just bcen taken up thls yeur. WASHINGTON AND LBK Yi'lNS. Iiefcat Newport News Y. JI. C. A. Team in Iti.ugh. Ilurd-l'ought (iiinic. (Special toThoTlnu's-Dlspateli.l NEWPORT NE\VS, VA.. March ."??ln a rougll, hard-fought game th" baaketbalt team of Wasnlngton and i.ee Unlversity to iilght dofeated tho local Young Men's Chiistlan Asioclatlou boys on tlioir own ground by a acore of ID to 2*. Tho vlsltora nturled off wlth a rusli clearly outelassing thelr opppnonts, and thure was nover u tlme when tho local boys had a cliance to wln. Thls gumu practi? cally glves the Stato champtoi.chip t-j tlu Unlversity. BRITT SIONS I'OIl M-VTt'H AVITll McPARLANP. SAN FRANCISCO. CAL, March 5.?A dispatch from Los Angeles says that ??Jlnimv" Brltt has slgnod for a twenty four-round contost with "Packy" Mc Farland, of Cliicago, to tako place ln thls city on the night of March 3lst. Tho weight will be 133 pounds ut 3 o'clock on the day of the fight. Bradley, centre; lt. A. IJrock, loft ^uaril; \\ A COtltna' rlght cuard. Score: Bc'tia, 1".; lieltns. 10. Alphas?V. A. Wells (cnptnln), left foi ward; xv. <>. Nm-kola. rlKht forward; II. I Cullen. centre: J. F. Falir, left Ruaru; ( (i. Burcli, rl-slit Kuard. Uammas?-I. Klinpiro. left forward; E 1 FVurB'.n, rlgtlt forward: McC. Thoinlon. cer Irt-., H. T. I.i-.ike (cnptnln), left gunrd; ( M Schnqfor, il'iht guard. Score: Alphaa, 9; Oammaa, S. M.i'iuipiK of tlie Tenum. Cluhs. Won Lo.it. P.C Alphaa . 8 I .81 CatEtnaa . s ' ??? U'jltaa . 1 'i -~y Bfgmaa . ') '? -'>*> knppaa . ? S ??>' AI'PORTIONS THE MONEY loit I'lItCHASK or W1LBEI-: OINC1NNATI, OHIO, March 5.?The? havlng nrlsen some quostlim over th transfer of p'layer Irvln Wllheiui fnu Blnhlngham to Brooklyn, all parttc agreelng on iho facts, the Nations Coiiimlssion, nnrbng other doclstoti ti day. apptirtlons the purchas.- motie $500 to Iiirmlngham, $350 n. the plaj er and tho balanco to the eoinniisslo for violation of tho rules regardtng nonreservo contract. AMERICAN TO RACE IN FRANCE JOSEPU E. WIDENER, Ihe iiillUonalre horscmnn of Philiidcl jihln, who has cntcred hW eruek Ntcc plcvlium-r, El Cucbillo, ln llic liljigeNt racims cvcnt of the jcur, the Gruud Steeplccliuae nt Auteull, Prunce. Thc llr?t money for lbc nice is ^7.000. TUcs racc Ls nm in June, nnd tbe horse wlll bc altlpped wlthln Ibo next few days. Tbc rcuson Mr. Wldencr ls sondinK El Cucbillo to Franee Ih thnt, owlng to tbc Uorse'n Mieeesse* In Amci-icu. he would bc buudlcnppcd out ot nll raccs. Hl, owuer thinks bc would have Kood clinneea tbcrc. El Cucbillo In u buy geldlng, alx ycnrn old, und crcated n aeusntion nt Gruvcscnd on Mny U.lth lnst, when bc defcated Good aud Plenty, slnce destroyed, In tbc Eiuplre Stnte StccpIccbuHC. recclvlug thirty-llve pounds from his heatcn opponcnt. 151 Cuchlllo nlso wou thc Greatcr Ncw\ork Steepieebliae, nt Gruvcscnd, nnd the SnrntoBn .Steeplccliuae, in tbe Inttrr enr r.vlUK ltjS l?oiiud?. Thla stuke ?n? worth $7,300. This plcture nbows. Mr. WIdener drlviiiK one of hls bluo rlbbon wluners._ AMUSEMENTS Academy???Cheekcrs." Bljou??'Ilailles." _E Aro King" dld not uial'.i: 6 i ? \f T cnougli nioney at tho tw'u " "? ' pe'rformances at the Aca(h niy yesterday to pay for the jurii'p to tho next stand?tluit ls. pro? viding the town to whlch tho company goes from hore la two hours* rldu or more. Thls waa to bo oxpoeted; now evor, us the productlon, oouilng at the beglnnlng of Lont, ln a week In whlch se.veraj WQll-known attractlonsyappoar, could hardly hope fpr any great bunl noss. Thero did not soetu to be twq d'p'zen peoplo ln the houso at the matl noe, and thero were not a great many moro at tho evenlng porfurmaneo. The productlon. whlle by no meana abovo tho average, under moro fa vorablo ccmdltlona mlght havo been wltnesaed bv u fow moro nooplc. Tho play is miggostlvo of 'Tlio Prlsoncr of Zenda," boing wrltten along ihe vory same llm-s, tho suuilarlty helng so npparent that lt immodiately calls t'ortli the eoniiuptU of ovt-ry ono who has seen the olher piocp, Mr. W-iUlani Cllffonl, m tho dual rolo, at tlmos succeeded ln cammaiullmg tho close attonllon ?C lh" audionce, but thero is little to Inaplr-o tho etfortu nf liinvi-i-:: when giialng upon ompty uhilrs, whlle tho spoctators themnolvoa ln coin'o eonsolou* of belng vonsplouous by their presonce, and are, tlierel'uiv, not ln n propor Btato of mliul to eonic. under tho Influonco of ovon n more March 6th in the Annals of Spoit 1SS6?Tl .\. Wh >y isian.l; JacU Elanmsey defcated liiilv Dncoy ln nlne rounda i put'so and Ughtwolglit eltumplonshlp. 'thwcstorn League u? BitHobuU Clubs urganUod nt Eou Clal.'Q, il, ann .I hls rotli'i ;n A. II. VJognl'dils, clianiplon wln ni.'nt from champloiislilp cohtegts, ?Captaln Androw Mannlug, "Tho Kuthor of Vaehtlng," .liod nt Cllulou, iUasa.i ttgotl elglity-olght yeurii. 180V?Al Pcorlii: Hill I'apko dcfeatod Ullly Rliodes lu ten rounds. 1SUI WORLD'S Ii Emanuel Cedrino Drives I-Iia 6b Ilorsc Power Macliinc at yy Miles Per Hour. AMERICAN CAR IS SECOND Kelscy Also Makcs Fast Time and Dcfeats Frcncliman in Spcctacular Contest. ORMOND. T^LA.. Mnrch 5.-?Drtvlng hla alxty-horsopower Itallim cnr for 300 mlles nt an avcrage rate of aeveii ty-s.-veii mlles per hour, Emanuel Ceil rino, broke the world's record for uver ago vpi-ed for the dlBtance, Nas Noz arro's nverngo ln tho grand prlx rnco nrro's avcrage In the Grand Prlx rnco belng 70.8 mllos por hour. It was a aonsatlonally drlven race. nnd the cnr admlrably handlod by the itaiinn drlver, madq somo of tho lrips nt ti rate of elghiy mlles an hour. Cod rino won tho ono event set for to-day. a 25G-mllc race, shortened from 288 as orlglnally nnnounced. ITIs tlme" for thls distance. wns 3 hours 21 mlnutes 27 2-5 seconds. then he kept on, makinc tlio 300 mlles ln 3 hours 53 mlnutes \\ seconds, and wlth hls cnr flnlshing ln perfect condltlon. Second place In the 25C-milc race went to II. G. Kelsey, Idrlvlng a fltty-horsopower American cnr. Hls time was t hours 0 mlnutet 20 seconds. Thlrd place went to M. O Bernln, wltli n slxty-horsopower Frencl car. nnd he crossed the flnlshing tnp< just twolve BOCOlVdB heblml Kolsey his tlmo for the distance belng 4 hour; 0 mlnutes 3S seconds. The flght for second place was i spcctacular one nnd Kolsey dld no [gOt the leud from his opponcnt untl 3 02 nillos had been covered. The sum mary of the event follows: ' Two hundred and flfty-slx mlle even for Automoblle Club of Amerlea cup i Won by Cedrino; time. 3'2l:27 2-5 I aocond, Kelsey: time, .1:00:20. Thlrtl Rernln; time. I:0G:3S. Tlmo by laps ' Thlrty-two miles?Ilernln, 25:37; Cedrl | no. 29:1ft: Kelaoy, 31:15. Slxty-fou ' mlles?Cedrlno, 51:1!: Bernln. 55:52 l Kelscy. 01:58. Nlnotiy-six, miles?Co ! drlno, 7S:4G; Rernln, 83:38; Kolsey, 9 1:5 I I 12S mllos?Cedrino. 103:11: Bernln 117:19; Kelsey. 123:55. 1 on mllos?Co i drlno, 131:31; Rernln. 119:13; Kelsey 1167:58. 192 mlles?Cedrino. 15-1:13 j Kolsey, 1SS:03; Bernln, 197:19. 22 ; mlles?Cedrino, 178:09; Kelsey, 217:01 j Bernln, 222:11. I The tlme at 100 mlles was as fol potc-nt spell than the actors of yoster day were able to exerclso. At Thc Bljou. Manager Claud Saundera, of the "Rat flea" Company, at tho Bljou thls weok. aays hla cdmpanv ha,s iusi passed through a most auccessful sooson ln iho far S-'.mth. Tho railroad ratea took somo of tlie prol'lts away, but oven at that. Mr. siaunders says, tho company drew well onough to pay for the In? vestment. The Ar.il> Patrol of Aoca Temple, [Mystlc Shrlne, has bought tho Bljou for the performance on Yv'odnesdny night wheti Gob.rge Sldnoy will nppear ! iu "Buay lz?y"s Boodlo." Between the acta the pair.il wlll glvo one of its speetacular drllls, ln Ortontal coa.tuuy*, AH tho tlcketEl for tho theatre' lhat ' night ar.- lu tho hnnds of memb.ers of ; tho Shrlno, j Comlng to Academy. "Checkors" will be played to-nlght at the Academy, and wlth It wlll come tho pruvleally complete New York cempany which appearod ln tlftoen en Ipagemeats iu that, city, durlng tho last ! three seasous. "Checkers" Is a raclug [comedy of ;>- purtly Amerlcan typo, lt | has recelved moat gone,roua pralae. i "Kasl Lyuiu" wlll be glven at tho Aoadoiny to-morrow luatin.eo and [night, bj -in.-'pi. K"iiu;'.s cvnipony. Tho productlop wlll be under tlm parsonnl suporvUdqn of Mr. King, u uago dlrector of conslderablo nbiuty. Whllo Man ArrexUd. i:. y.. Parker, a whlte mtt.ii, was. artpjud ythtordiiy by t'ollooman Johnaon on u wnr railt NMied l.v Mrs. S, B, llculli, of No. K10 lows: Cedrino, 81:39 2-5; Bernln, 97:33 1 2-5; Kelsey, 08:27. Thls qUallfied all threo carti for the mile npeed trlals to morrow, tho rules ro'iuirlng a cnr to go 100 mlles, nt a inte of slxty mllos: per hour to compcto ln this event. OHMONtJ, T'LA., Mnrch 5.?Tho firnt annual powor-bbat roajatta, under tho dusploea of the Ilallfax Hlver Yacht Cltlb, of Dayton, was hold before tho olubhoUao at Daytona to-day. Tlie ilrsi event of tlve mlles waa won hy C. A. Bleoie'a No-Namo In 22 mlnutes Sl ?ec oiiiIh. The iicc.ond event, also of flve mlles, went to Georgo Dowby'fl Rod Blrd In 23 mlnutes 36 seconds. Elght boats alarted Ih tho llrnt event and seven tn tho aecond. Tlll". shamivs SCllBDtlLB OP IIIITIIKI. MII.ITAUY ACAlll'.MV [Speclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch] WARRRKTON, VA., March 5.?The fcliuwlng achcdulo has been ntraiiged by Managor Skyles for the Rethel MI1 itary Academy baseball learn for tho comlng season: Mnrch 2iih. Unlverslty of Virginia. at CharlottcBvUle, Va.; April 4th, Mc Kinley Hlgh 8ch,ocV at Warrenton, Va.; April Otli. open; Apill tltlt, I.o.-ust Inile Academy, nt Orange, Va.; April 14th, Baltlmofe t'ity College, nt W.u renton. Vn.; April 20'tlt, Massanuttcn Acadomy, at Woo'dstoek', Va.; April 22d, Western Hlgh School, of Waahlngton, at Warrenton. Vn.; April. 25th, Rnn dolph-Macon Academy. al Front Royal, Va.; .May Ith, Haffdolph-Macon Acad Qniy, at" Watrentori, Va.; May 9th. Woodber'ry Porost, nt Orange, Va.; May 15th. Deiaphine, at Warrenton, Va.: May 23d, Western Hlgh School. of Washlngton, at Washlngton, D. C: M(iy 30th, open: .lune 3d, open. -o Wlilte Sox Arrivc nt I.oh Angelcs. LOS ANOBLES, CAL., March 5.?A 'speclal traln. carrylng the members I of the Chlcago American League linse ' ball team, wlth Presldent Charles A. 1 . Comlskey and other ofneers of the '? ! club, has nrrlved. * 1'orU t'nlon Teniii. [Speclal to Tlu- Time?-Iil..pntch.l 1 FOKK t'NloN. VA., March 5.?The Kmk t| Unlon AcmL-niy baaeball tjam lf now hard lliit practlco., coached PV tfr- Harry rjrijtln, It.iii nuieil plt.-nor. ' I'rom prcj.?nt taalcatloni th.: prospert 'im- .1 vtrieu; team to repvosutil . im- achbo'l is very tncouroatlng. OFFICERS ELECTED I.'lohmond Cottegq Alaiiuil Had Uu-due-e .Uectln-s <oi Weiim-Mluy Night. r,o'or" the Richmond Colieie alumnl .t.nnquet nn Wedriesrtay nlght. one nf tlio ' lluue-i aml most lirllllant aft'alrs of iu kind ' [over elvon ln this clty, tbe .uinunl meetlns ? oj the clioptet wns lielil ln tiie cliapCl, aml , thi followlng olticert were oleoted for thi . letiautpg year: I'reaktent, T. C. Wllllaaia; i Viee-l'ie-jUhMil. Prof, .lumea ('. Havwoocl; ' Secfutnry ani Trcaaurer, Claude M peait ! | Kxeeutlve Commtttco for three yeara, Robert 5. Pollurd on-1 I'nrf. \V. I.. Prlncc, ond foi one year, HO?. -Uinltiee Kolken. From the report of Secretary Denn tin el aptcr 18 ln a. very tlourlglilng condltlon lt lias ov.-r 12r> mombora an lts rolls. Governor Straet, chnrging hlm wlth reCualng to pay hls board bill luii'nintlug to J31-.2S; Th> caao will bo heard thls mornlng. watkISs "caseTet tled .Sc.ihoui.l liugiuecr Wlthdruw.-i Suit Against S.lsvet C'ur I'onipiiny. I Aftor the second talluro ot a jury to n-u-'o Uho sutl of Cluuds Watklns, up i-ngm ? ?;? .f Ilu. Seaboard Alr Lln.i Rallway, agiiiist tho Vlrginla PaJSpUKOr and l'o'.'.-i- Company for JM'.uOU d.im.igcs. waa yeatortlay .dMiilssed ln tho City Clrcult Court at tho requcat of tho idnlntift's ttto'rneya. Tho caao Y.tfl botn seilkd .iu ol cpurt, but tho amount recelved l>.> VVatklnc. ir any, ls uot made public. tt'tttklns'u l.-fi nrra waa brokon whlM ho wm lo'turhlnif to thu city Crdui l.ll.wo.jd ln a Maln S:.-.--t . a-.-. tho olbow bolng cnueltt by u car paralnfl ln an uppoalta dlreetlon. ?'Ih.- maln ground foi dnmagea was tlr.it :is r resull ot tlie ueelden'l tlio <ilnl:iiiff would nol in- able to tandUi tbo tbro?to of a loco I IIIOllVO .I't.llll. BUILDING ACTIVITY lOvldenoe th.it thern bj very littlo buslneas I di-pi-osstoii ln niohmond is dnlly given by I tlm number .if i crmltH lam-d for tho ereiftlon |c.f mv ati-unui-es. Although thero was onlv ! unu P9Vm.lt ycster.lay, t!io n..-o.-ds ;-,inipll.-d ; i.y Inspoctor Beek ?ho\v that wltli tho [abvndanco o( Ittbor o? tlio market oUteonu biitwooii c.nv and BoyvVli -" ?? '????'? " s-'.jO.i. Mr. Tujliir Appoii.lcd. Mr. ClaT.ind Taylor has l.o.'.i .ipi uliitod .1 ricpuly clci-k ln tlie oltlcc of Clark W. M. RniVvUe, of 'ho CUy Clrcult Court, Judgo ftCOtt has not as > . l COIltli im-d ihe appolut IVll.t. SUal CMatc. WE ARE LISTING Fai'iim llwongluHit Vlr.dnln. Wo n.o snllli..;- tlwtti, tob. l.'.l m J\"l und Wll i.niis. KL'NW'EOY-WAl.lvHlt LAND A UKVKl.Ol'MK.N'l' COMPANY. ln.\. Iteal Kstale, Louna, Insurance, Maln Offlco, - - - Tlukllng, Vlrginla. Ry The Valc-ntlno Auctlon Co., .?' ois Eaai Broad Street; i,ai;i;k, attractive SALE OT? fine OAK ANI' WALNUT CHAMBER StllTB, i'.\i:r/)R BTJBNrTURB, &e. 'A'.- will aell at our wnreroom, 618 Baal Broad Streot, THIfi (FRIDAY) MORNINO, MARCH ?, commonclng at 10:30, for parties lenv l!u,' ettv, l-'ine Quartered Oak Chnmhet' Suit. Mlrror Hour- Wardrobo, i.nathnr parlor Bulta, Oak Bxtetiston TJablo', vic tures, Mlrrors, Leather Couch, Braisii BodB, Oak lliit-Ruek, Walrtut Chanlber .Suits, Walnut Wni'drobe., Old liureiiiH nnd WaBhatAndB, InUKtrots. ono Up rlght I'lnno and stool and othor fuml tura too numeroua to mention. Sale posltlvo. i.adie.-i especlally Invltod to atleiul. THE VALENTINE AUCTION CO., Auctloneers. guctton &aleg, ?$uture Uaptf. By Sutton & Co., Real Estato Auctloneers. TRUSTEE'S SALE AT PUBLIC AUCTION OF VERY VALUABLE REAL E8TATE IN CHE8TERFIEED COUNTY. VA., NEAR THE CITY OF MANCHE8 TER, KNOWN AS CHESTERFIELD LAND AND JMFROVEMENT CO. I'.y virttio ot authorlty of the decd of trust from tne Chesterfleld Land and tmprovement Company to the under algned, dnted Juno 1. 1885. and of re ? oi .1 iu the clork'a offloo of the Circult Court of Chesterfleld county, in Deed Book 71 v. 77, default. havlng boen mado in the payment of tho bond se? cured ln sald deed. and belng requost ed so to do by the holder thoroof, I will sell on tho premlses, on WEDNE3DAY. MARCII 18, 1S08. at 4:30 P. M.. subject to certaln cxtst Ihg loasea, which may be lermlnatcd in casr ot res.ile by tho purchasor or purchasers. coples of whlch may he soen at tho ollico of tho truste.e, the; followlng very valuablo real estato: - i All or thr.t ? certaln pleco or parc'eL 1 of land. contalning three bundrcd nnd iil^htv (380) acros. more or less, lyln*! ahd heliiK ln the county ot Chesterfleld, i Va. on James Rlver, south of tho clty ! of Manchoster. nnd partly In sald city I of Manchester, beliiB tho same prom I Isus conveved to sald Chestertlold Land j and Tmprovement Company hy Joet I Parkor and wlfe, by thn several deeds 1 refirri'd to ln sald deed of trust, and of record In sald clork'a ofilce, excopt ? Ititf therefrom tho stattitory risht of ! way deeded to the Richmond. Petera hurjr nnd Carollna ItaJlroad Company (Seaboard Alr Line). on the 11th day of Jlily. 1S9!) of record in D. B. 9S, p; 177 Chesterfleld County Court clerk's ! office. und thnt porllon conveyed to ! Itradley and others l>y deed, dat?d IJunO ?. 1890. of record in sald clerk-i oflice. In IX R. 81. p. 235. ! A plut an.l survey of the sald real eatate, ahdwlng lts motes and bounds ! aud the parcels conveyed away, may ! be seen at tho ofilce of tho trusteo. dr i the auctloneor, and it will bo exhlblte-.l on the day of sale. TERMS: Cash sufHclent to pay the I hond nnd Interest, secured by the sald deed nnd expohses of sale; and, as t-> the balan e, If nnv, on such torms aiut , to be secured In such manner as may bo annouiced on ^^v ^VrpIN. Trustee. Sutton & Co.. Auctloneers. Virginia Salvage und Wrock Co., A. R. Mayo, Proprletor. AUCTION SALE OF WTNES LTQUORS. CIGARS, TOBAC ! YCOS. AO. IN SMALL LOTS. TO SUIT >i THE PUBLIC. ? , _ We will sell. at the Bijou Cafe. -Tos. [Olanottl, Proprletor. No. S21 East Broad Street. at 5:30 P. M.. SATURDAY. MARCII 7. 1908, I Bottlo Gooda ln half pliits, plnts. quarts I of ovory standard hi-and of Whiskeys, Rums and Otns sold oil thls market, Imported and Domesttc Wlnes, Bran dles. Cordials and Champagnes. Im? ported and Domestie. Clgftrs. Cigarettes, Sinokln.Lf apd Chowing Tobaccos. VA. SALVAGE & WRECK1NG CO.. Auctloneers. A. P. MONTGOMERY. Sales man. Terms: CASH. IStanferupt Motiztti. lN^'niK OISTRICT COURT OF TRE UNITED STATES FOR THE EAST-. KRN DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA: ln the matter No. 711 Roinforced Concrete Coni- ( [i( pany of Virginia. f Bahkruptci? j.aukl'ii|.l. J ? ORDER UF NO'iTCE FOR DlhOHARGE. On this 5th day ot March, A. D. 19033 on readitiK tho potitioti for dlscharae p't the b.inkrupt, lt ls ordercd by Uio court, that a hearlng be had upon tho same on tho ltSTt-l PAY OF -MARCH, A. l?. I'jos. betb.ro saia court, at Rlch inond, m sald dlsulet, ut 12 o'clock u,oon: aud that notico thorcot bo pub lfshed Ih The Tlmes-Dispateh, a news papai* printed ln sald dlstrlct, and that all known credl.to.rs atul other porsons lu Interest may appear at tho saiy. tinm and place. and show cause. lf any they uave, wny inc prayer yt tne saia pett lioner should not bo granted. And it ls further ordeivd by the court, that the clerk shall seud by mail to all lcuown credltora coples of said petition aud this order. addressed to lin.-ui at thelr placos p? resldeuco a.s stalod. Wltnuss tho Honorablo Edmund Waii dlll, Jr., Judgo of tha suld court, and tho seal thoroof, at Rlclunond, lu t>aid dlstrlct, ou the uth day ot Match, A. D. UlUS. Attest: (Soal) JOSEPII P. BRAD.Y, Clerk. LN THK PISTRICT COURT OP THE I'NITKD STATEb' FOR THE KAST ERN D1STRICT UP V1RUINIA: ln the matter of i No. 7UJ Cloud Lumber Company, - ln Bankrupt. ) Bankruptcy. ORDRR UK NOTICE POR OISCHARUIS. Vn tliLs 5th day-Of .March. A. L>. PJUH, un readlng' iho petltion t'or disehargo of the bankrupt. lt Is orde'r'ed by tho court, that a hearlng bc had upon tha same on tho U'VH DAY OP MARCH, Ai Li. 1'JOS. before sald court, at llleli nioiid, in said distrlct. ut 12 o'clock noon; and thut not ico thereof bo pub lished ln Tho Tlmea-Dlspatcb. a news paper printed iu sald distrlct, and that all known credltors aud other pexaona J ln lutev'est may appear at iho sald tlmo i an.i p! no, and ihow cauao, if any thoy [have, why tin- prjyor of the said peti Uoiu-r ahould not t.i- gianted. And it ls further or'dered by tho court, that the ck-ik shall sond by mall ? to all known crodltor'a coples of sald I petltion and thla order. nddressod to them at thelr places of resideuco ud atated. Wituess tho llonorablo Eduuiud W'ad diil, Jr., Judgo of tho said court, and tho seul thoreoC, ut Rlohlltond, ln sald distrlct, on thc at!i day of March, A. P. i:>os. Attest: (Seal) JOSEPH P. BRADY, Clerk. NOTICE 01? FIRST MEETING OF t'RKIMTORS. lut ho matter of i No. 759 FranU Joaepl) Wllliams, L In Bankrupt. i Bankruptcy IN THK D1&TR1CT CQURT OP THK ITNITKD STATES FOR THK EAST BRN DISTRIOT OF VIRGINIA: To iho Credltora ot FUANK JOSEPH WILL1AMS. of Uiolimond, ln tho County of Henrleo. and Distrlct Afi.rosaid?Bankrupt: N'otlce ls nereuy stven that on the -Ttlt duy of January. A. u. 1008, tha sald FRANK JOSBPH W1LLIAMS was dllly luljudicatod bankrupt, und that the tlrst niootlng of hls i-ivdltora will bo hold in my offlce, rooms Nos. 802 and S03, Amerlcan .National Hank liuilding. Riohmond, Vu., on tho 10TII DAY OF MARCH. A. 1). l&OS, at ?? o'clock ln tlm foreuoon, at whlch tlmo said crod itors may attehd, prove tludr oiulms, appolnt a tnutcc c.\amlno tliu ba.uk 1'iipt, und tnin.T'uot such uther luislni-ss a.; i.iuy property cotue boforo sald meeting. thos. p,. SNEAD, llol'croo lu BuuUruptcy. March 5, 1DD8.