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FOR LESTER STREET Finance GdYnmitted Will Rccom itkiikI Expcndltiirc 61 ^7,5"'> for F'ropcrty. FRONTS RIVER FOR 700 FEET Prdjvxt Embracef All Eisetttial Features of Original Plan at One-Ilalf Cost. Aflor a'evefai daya ot eontfcrencea be tween the members or the Council Commtttee nn BTneuce, tho Jmnes Klvnr Jmprovomom Commlttee, repreaenla Hvea ?i FUlton In 'he Council, and .v apeclal folftt commlttee from the va iJrli reh 't tn. Impr6veinents mm walt f.jn- further npproprlatloh ln th budgft of m -t v. ar. Coal <if I'ropert.v fOTTSOp, Aa ftnally outllned th? plan proposi t: .,.-?. i ?? al lhe pi lo ria . . I commtBsioner.". of ;;:?; blOck ol prdpe ty fronting 7"'> feet on Jamoi Rivi houndud by ..? ter and Nlcholsc Btreel CS111I i k, ahd the irtver, 1 n to i.'iif 1| la proposed to pu ill of the l?ts fronting on bo as tltle <o the propcrty li i aa Ofedg* of tiio James r.tv tmprovetnont Conxmtttec wjll ho p to work pomping mud and i-and "ti t fiat.s acqulred. back of Water ?tre i :? the Epace between that atri and tho river at the present levol f tha eventual erectlon of city wnarv when tha way la clefir. When t flats liave been Bumclently raisea pt vlalon will be made either ln the bu tfcX or through the uaual channel atreet funds for filllng ln and raisl Lester Street from Asli. Str*et to Gilii Creek, to a depth of ahout twelye fc at the deepc-st point, and for the op? ing of a new street across the fl ncquired from" Glllle'a Creek to t lower end ot Nu-nulson Street. lester Street. from tlie <:reek Nlcholson Street, wlll bo left as present. to obviatc damage suits tn propt-rty owners on th> north sl were the grado of tlie street ehang tho street car line bein^ shlfted to t new street. Chalrman Pollard, of tho Finai Commlttee, aaid last night that he 1 lleved the comproni'se plan Mfaa fei Ible. and that it w.juid commci.d Ita both to the Finance Commlttee a to the Council. "It wiil cost tho c approximately one-halt of the origit plan," said Mr. J'oliard, "and yet it cures every t-sseiitial udvuntage of l former achehio. lt g'ives us 700 f of the be?t froniage along James Riv to be later developed Into city v.-harv lt provides an nmplo sand basin the work of James River improvemc nnd lt carrles out tbe long pronii. nlan of a road to -Fulton nbove ii water." I'uit.ui People Satlslied. Councilman Georgo W Rogers, v. wlth his eolleiigue, Councilman G ber, has kept up an incessisat ii for a roadway to Fulton. said yest day that he was fully satlstled w tho modltled plan. "It gives us eve thlng we could expect," he sald. hopo the llllins may begln at onco t that the grading and paving of new street can bc provided for ln n year's budget." "I am giad Mr. Fotlard stucls out tho purchase of tlio lols fronting Lester Street west of the creek. Insures the fulfilment of the p'ledgr Fulton wlthout indefinite delay i ?wlthout litigation as to the amount damake to the nbuttlng lot ownera Speaking for the varlous commor organizatlohs of the clty, Buslness 31 ager Dabney, of the Chamber of d merce, sald yesterday that he thou thn commorclal Interests of Rlchm wouid be fully aatfsfled wlth,-tho i plan of tho Finance Commlttee. "lt cmbraeps c.nough of water fi ?700 feet?to give us the Icverage neoci to keep railroad and steams frelght rntes wlthln buunds," aaid Dabney. "It leaves the old abandc Clydc Llno wharves open for tho ] chaso of any llne of steamcra wl may bo induced to make thls a por cnll, and wlll give rooin at tho docks to be'rth three ateamers at o \Vo olilnk the Finance Cnmmittei also rlght to acquiro all tho prop needed to ratso Lester Street at tlme, as bo iioon us tho Iniprovem begln, property values wlll adva It' also glves the opportunjty ' htruightcntng und wldening tho sti ps well as raislng It above tho f llne." CAUGHT SELLIIMG D0PE Willlo thauler Hnd tlie ItlRbt Clu nnd the OtUcr Negro Und thn Doj Willio Chanler, colored. was cir last night by Sergeant Wiltshire Bicyclo Pollcemnn Kfilluni ln tho nf selllng dope to another negro. methocl used was tho ono that is ii.li lanctliled by long i.'ustoiti, and tho grp, walked bllndly Into thu trap. usual price, i!5 cents, was fouud oi person, und tho other negro had coka. U<> Xacea tho penlLenti,ary. BROKE WINDOW AS CAR KHtl Bl Officers Nab Boy While He Waa Preparing for Second Robbery. Herbori M&ntilng, a whiic boy, four tcfen years old, dlsieputublc looklng, dlrty nnd Impudent. t,. 111 ?-? hint de Igreo, wa* ?'au?ht lale last ntgitt by [Ofllcero Duffy nnd Gentry ln tho act of Ibfenklng for the second ilnie the plate fftass WlndOW lh the fr>..iit or A. B. jCIarko & .Sfjn'H hardwaro ntorr, No. [1216 Baat Maln Street, He ls bejloved I to bo tho boy who Iiii* done oil the Iwlndow-emashlng thni Iibh lateiy be i urred on Maln Btrei t. ; Thi night before sorne ono smsshed Ithf window in Walklna & Cottrelffl ipls i and alolo a douMe-barreHed ii"1-"!!:. ? 38 eallbre Coll's revolver ; and two Wlncheater rific^. Thla robbery followod that comVnltted f.t -Clarko's sonta tlme ag-o, and Duffy and Gontiy were detatled to do duty i! Ir\ plaln elothes to fitid Lhe wteeker. < j f'nuebl Hlm In th.- Aet. i They were walklnjr along Maln . I Street last night when they"obscfvr.i ? MaritiinK appro&ch the store. A edt . i passed by at the tlme, ttnd the boy i taklng itd'.dtitago of tho nolge ereotcri . by the far, tapped thn wlndow Hovera: . ; Uin.-s witli a rockt the falllng glas=.> . I belng dlRtlnctSy heard by the ofltcers I j Mannlng ran. but be was not fast l ehough for Duffy. who la one of Ihr I department'B fastest spfintcrs, and h< eaught. He had seven razors, f . der\; of eards uii^ two cheap watches : and also a badly out arm. He had boer '? tvotmded by the broken glas*. i,u ' ".!."!] thn cut blcd profuscly lt was ! not serlous. 1 I ln the Klrat hilatlon tho boy BbSO Mltltely refused to toll hls name. ? j "1 aln't goner tell you," he rcpllet ?Jbra2enly, Me latughed, and Beemed t< '? !''onMder Ium nrrj-st not ln the llght 0 B ! a. dlflgrace, hut ar~ an honor. Thej '?? luBkcti him where his mother worked. - I "She don'l work," he ?aid. "I d<> th< f I work, but i reokon she'U have to d. - the work now." 9 He ehrugged hls akould'erf, and re S fused to givo any further Informatlor vjlaughlng all the whlle lrrrpudently ii l tbe oftlcera' face?. They led hlni awaj -|3nd after fjalf an hour they manage n to cajdls hlm i.-.t-, gtvtng tip hla nam ! ; ;;:,.! :,i v elden.?'?. Il- i.? ..iilv fourt.-er eland the poiice regard him nc the hard , l-looklng/yoang erlmtnal with v.hot ? n ey ;;:;,! ever iiu,i any Heallngs. ta BUILT FIRE ON FLOOR :r, ed. IVomcB Arrcatra ln Tlme to Savc Huu? From DfBtrtiqtlon. Hilarlou3 femlntoe volces, ringtn out wlth more volunie than real me ody, led Policemen Wltey and Schlh ? . i ; i .'.'?' $17 Jefferson Stre early lart night f ? resull uras thi the '. iAtt< I - ' '?- Ball Blchardsoti, 3t , :so:i. Klnora Taylor ai Auguata Wlnston?comnleted Its repe ? ire . . I ? pdllca itatlon. A moBt unusual n'ght greeted tl ofliccrs when they walked in on tl ? . tera Th" four had prtJ.vidi them^eives lavlshly with (rln. and WO Beatcd around a huge log: tlre biiilt the mlddle of the room, wlth nothlr between II and tha wooden tloor h' rtn old pleee of sheet iron anrt foi brlcks, to keep tho logs from rolllr dowrf. All wc-re srfnglng one-time po', ular songfi fuVd bcating tlme on tl edges of ihe iron Wlth stlcks, bottl or anythlng elae that could be uscd i fcutoiin. Asslstnnt Fire Chlef Joynes w. Iled In and was justly horrlfled ,->:.dilior. of sffalrs, He order> the officers to take the women charge and had the Raraos estlngtilsh' before the -^liack eauglu... SUMMONED AS WITNESS PhySlclan WUn Attemlctl Injured Sbe Iff tnlled Into Court in Doutage Suit Dr. hcittc B. Wlgga^ of this ell wa.s called to drange Courthouse ye terdav inorhiog to testlfy ln the st of J. neld WIIIk agalhat lhe C.hea pcake and Ohlo Railway. Mr. Wll who ls the Hheriff of Loulsa coun way injured by a passenger traitt Gordonsvllle more. than a year uj havlng one of hls llmba amputat as the result gf the aceident. I Wlggs was tlie physlclah in. utten ilVlan'ce". The hearing will oeeupy sevei ^8;jaays. Dr. Wiggs exp3cts to retu fnr I to-uiorrow. CITY TO BUY AND OPERATE WHARVES FOURTEEN CHHT IIIGIMBUK RA1D ijNegrocs Made Wild Dash as Of ! ficers Arrived, but Two Loads Were Sent In. i 1'ourtecn colored sports were rud?ly . iiwakoned at their "club houae." No. i Tln Catherino Street. at 9 o'clock last ;!a:ght. .lust as the game was young and ? jthe excttement at such a pltch that !fveu Ed. Davig, tho owner of tho ?'"joint," was not listenlng for tho liteallhy tread ot tho policemen.. Tho I > game waa craps, ot cburse, and as ?'Captaln Tyler. Policemen Wlley. Kren f ?lo and l-'arley came ln to "fade" the ' bunrh, several tenae volces were call Ibg the oluslvc bones. These, tugether li with the fourteen dusky "ahooters" y and 75 centa in easb, will be brought before Justice John to-morrow morn ? ing as exhlbits for the Commonwoalth. i, Home "gnmBhoe" denlzen of tne i ward got on to the exlstencc of the , | club, and whether In a splrlt of ro :1 | venge or not. "squealed" to the police. c| The nosaa ellently llned up at the front door and Mr. Krengle knocked gently wlth his club for admlttance. Davis, Who was bually engaged In gathering; In tho "widow," cracked the door. endj the bluacoats filed In beforo he had time to put his fellowa wlae. Made Urcafc for i.iberty. Advlsing him ai to tho vlrtues of I sllc-nce. tbey advanced to the back I room, where tho game was belng car \-\f\ ou Mt full EWing. Those wiio r . .?;i11 grabbed tne money nearest them, Z\ shoved it into their pockota and looked anoi ? aa they could. Othera made ' i wild break for "exlts, but there waa Lt' notlilng doi-.ig. Some, just to show that l '-preservation is the first law. got ^ under the table. One or two actualiy :" fell on tha fk-or and tried to conceal I themselvea fvlth chalra. An aspeclally ie j respectable negro with a dignttied air ,e and troaty locks, fearful of disgrace, ?flj'ran up ii'.' steps, hoplng, perhaps. to r0i encounter an mrs;.;? whlch wouid take ln I hltn out of trouble. All holc-s. however, >Kj had been covered, and there was noth II ( ing left but to surrender with as much Jr! grace as possible. It was a much Wt mlxed erowd. contalnlng devli-may '-j caro young sports and staid and solemn in j church members. 2H\ After four trlps witli the automo is bllo patrol the gang was corralled and j llncd up in the station. Several em js piovers wero astonished to recelve ttti telephone calis aaying that their trust Sd : ed servants had been caugbt red-hand '- ' ed. Some of them -were ballert. Kd. Davis eltpwed that he was a tru? sport, aud did not turn a hair frojn the tlme he let in lhe offlcers untll he was locked up tn tho station. The lirst thlng he a*ked was who had "aqueaied." Wheti he was told that a dtsgruntled gamester had lost money ln hls place ho grinned knowlngly. anc remarked: "Ain't no nlgger left do place slnct do game began: besldos, out of all flese nlggers" hero nojte ain't loss tnore'i $3 de Whole night. Dat was a lots down trlck. Twa.n't no gambllng housi no how, jes" a social gamo. Tse ?<?. workln' man myself." Brock-Morton. Mis.- Kellle Gratton Morton. daugh ter of Mr. George B. Morton, was mai'' ried to Mr. II. Irving Brock, of Nev York, at her home, Accokeek,, Md.. oi Thuraday morning at 11:30 o'clock. E5EINEH Gubernatorial Candidate Tells Rcpublican Orator He Is No , Gerttleman. Somethlng of a polltleal sensatlon I has been eroate.l ns the resjult of a sharp colloquy whieh took place at Pcarisburg. GHes county, on Monday between Judge Wllllam Hodges Mann, u. promluent Democrutic ennvasstr, and J. U GcavcK, one of tho noted Re pUplicah orators ot the Southwestern ?ection of the State. me two commtttees agreed upon a joint debaU, and there were other oratora beskles Judge Mann nnd Mr, Gleaves. Several speakers wero ohead and after the light flrlrig had been dlsposed of ihe heavy artlllery was brought on. Meanwhile, according to a prominent limn who was an eye wltness. Judgo Mann and Mr. Gleaves had exehanged tho courtesles of the day, and had etigaged In a brlef por sonal conversatlon. The way the story gocs is that Mr. Gleaves, who was next to tho last speaker, used some statement ln his argumont whlch had beon tnade to him by Judge Mann ln prlvate conversatlon. The .Ittdgo did not interrupt hlm, but when iie came fo reply in closing the dcbata ho declared that. no gentloman would roveal to the public a statement ir.ado to hlm lu prlvate. "Do you mean to say that I am not a seiitietnen?" asked Mr. Gleaves in heated tones, rlatng from hlB seat and advanclng towarcl tiio speaker. "Thut Is exactly what I mean to Bay." tiulckly and sharply roplled Judge Mann, shaklng hls flnger dlrect ly ln tho faco of hls omjonent. It iu said that Mr. Gleaves ros>umetl The hls seat and natd nothlng more, thut nost bringlng tho incldent to a close, Ai ne- though Judge Mann is muuy year* The oldor than Mr. Gleaves, ho showec 1' hls ovary iiicllnatlon to flght. and lt looker the at one Urno aw If thero would ho t 1 personal eiuountor, ingo te, JR'ht and act FFERED Tl HE HH'S THiRST Dr. McKanna Said Tribe Woulc Not Want to Travel Some where East of Suez. Some of the sports around Marphy': last night started a dlscusslon about i Ceature of tho Byrd law whlch pro hlblts the sale of llquor to Indlans. "There is nothlng about. Indians li the Byrd law." said a member of Goun cil, "for I have read It." Whlle tho dlscusslon was gettini up to that point Where it was time i make ? bets, Dr. McKanna walke through tho lobby. Ho was asked t decido lt. "I don't know much about your Byr or your huntlng laws," said the doc tor, "but 1 do know that thero ls Federal statuto whlch prohlblts th sale or even tho glving of a drlnk to red man. Vlolation carries a penalt of two years in the penltentlary fo each offense. A few years ago whil in Oklahoma the question came u] and I told an army offlcer that If he' send hls scalpors to me I'd flx thei so they would have the norve to loo a cocktall ln tho face. I'll do tho saro for Pawnee Bill, lf he'll como across YOUDONTHAVI TO SUFFER From the effocts of a weak stomac' dlaordercd llver or Ipactlve kldnova you will only tidopt the plau ot thot nands of others who havo been bant flted during tho pent 0,1 years, and ?bi Ih?titke HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS You'll be surprised at tho jjood it wj do you. esneoiallv in oases of Heui achc. Hciirtburu, IuiHisesiUou, t.'riNtiv . neaa. n??i??'y?l". luaomnla, Keuinle II i aud ' Malnrla fovcr, To it to-day mm appeal President Harwood Calls Upon Richmond Voters' to Join in Democratic Movement. Through its prfBiaent, Colonel John 9. Harwood. tho Bryan-Kern-Lamb Club nf Richmond Issued yesterday the follov.ing address to the qualllied vot? ers of the clty: "As president of tho Bryan-Kern Lamb Club. of thls city, I feel it my duty to promote, as far 8s I can, tiie growth of thlB organ ization, and through it tho Buccess of the Demo? cratic party ln the approaehlng na? tlonal clectton. "The membership of our club ls now 2.500, and 1 am hoplng that wlthin tho next threo weeks wo shall be abie to report a membershlp of H.iOO voters, plt-dgod to go to the polls on elec tlon day and east their ballot for the standard-bearers Of our party. I am suro that thls hope wlll be reallr.ed lt you will determlne to acqualnt your Bolves -wlth tho present polttlcal sltua tlon, and then do what appears fn you to be your patrlotic duty. The Jle publlcan party of to-duy Is In many respocts a reproduction of tho old Fed erallst party founded by Alexandci Hamllton. Will Ontrnllno Poni-r. Its splrlt and purpose are to mini mlze tho rlghts and fur.etions of the severa! States, and to centrallze powei and authorlty in the federal govern3 ment. Theodore Roos< velL Is a more radical and intenso Federalist than was Aloxander Hamllton, and wlth th. splrlt of an autocrat he has used th< exalted offlce which ho hold? to com poi hls party. through hla offtce-bofil ctf. t'i name as hls BUCcesao'r a mat to ifupport h.1 prln tlg.li ?? am poll- .' I A sueeeesion of Buch Presidcnts a ; Rooaevelt raans the practlcal eitermi i natlon of State government dnd th ; centrallzation of power in the Fedcra I government. Are you prepared t | abandon the ayatem of governnien founded by tlie father.-i of our repub lic, and Bub'-titute for it tho undemo cratiu and uni'epubli''an?Eystcm whic Mr. Roosevelt and his party aro on deavoring to establish? Wouid yoi have our duui ayatem cuntinued? Woul you have the autonomy of eacii Stat pre.ierve... Wouid you havo tha Unio founded by our Wlse and patrlotic slre mnlntalned? If you wouid, then yo must alllgn yoursclves wlth the Demo cratic party, for on ihe miccess of tha party depends the defeat of the gl gantic conspiracy againBt the consti tutional rlghts nf ihe States. Tnrlff lU-*|iouaIble. \ "The despoiic trusts, wnlch hav made 'hewers of wooil and drawers c I water' of '.'0 per cent. of the popiutt tion of thls country. were made poss: I ble by the most unjust. unwarunte and inlqultous tariff that was eve I levled upon any people. "Giiibon, ihe hlstorian, tojis us thi i in the perlod of Rome'.s declino ar i fall, the right to tax the Roman peop waa sold at auctlon. In our tlme ar j ln our fountry the right to tax the pe< ple Is sold to remorseless and cor scienoeless trusts in every natlon I campaign. The Republican manage jsay to the trusts: 'Our hlgb protecli' I tariff haa made you rlch, tho Bttcce of tho Democratic party, whtcli favo a low tariff. wouid mako you poo then down wlth tho cash that will e abie us to defeat the Domocrat ticket.' A Republican President ai a Republican Congress. whqso electli is Eecured by such contributions money from tha trusts, will, of coun favor a contlnuance of tho 'robbe tariff.' The tariff reform promised the platform of the Republican par is :t deceptlon and a sham. Such a fi filment of that protnlse as that par will make If contlnued ln power w not take one-tenth of the burden 'taxatlon from our peoplo that oug to be removed, and that wlll be v moved U tho Democratic party ls si; cessful in tho approaching natlor electlon. How much wlll tho Repub can party reduce the tariff on stei How much will it reduce tho tariff sugar? How much will it reduce t tariff on tln? "Just as much as the combinatto of capital, which havo a monopoly the munufaeturo of these products, w permlt, but no more. A Stlrrlug Appeal. "From such monopolies tho pai gets Us 'ainows of war.' Its campal funds. It daru not displeaso th< monopolies. Who, then, taxes 1 millions of Amerlcan conaumers??l trusts. How do they get the rlf to do thls? They buy lt from tho I publlcan pnrty by contrlbutlng lai surns of money to Its campaign fu Wouid you havo thls unblushl Inlquity contlnued? Wouid you les thls great government to tha.domli tion of corporatlons whlch use II. enrleh theinselvcs by robblng > mosses of the people? If you wo not, then vou must Btand by the pa whlch htus ever been, and wlll over uncomprotnislngly oposed to a hl protective tariff. Tho speeches of J Bryan, our Incomparablo leador ( atandard-bearer. against such a tar have not and cannot be ansv.-erod. 11 are Irrealstlblo and . overwholml What a matchleas aaset.our party ln the gonlus, eloquence. statosmansl courage, honesty and honor of t knlghtly man. ket every man ami you who wouid have tho peoplo n who wouid have 'a government of people. hv tho peoplo and for the p ple,' who' favorfl tho supremacy of purest ethleat prlnciples In civll g ernment and party polit'.cs, come once and* onroll hls namo upon rcglster of our club, free of cost. i thus help tn swell the ranks of im great army of Amerlcan froemen. \ iZ I are fbllowing our matchlous captaln glorloua vlctory." HHES lEiaiTB 10 NEXT HEU1I0I R. E. Lee Camp Will Scnd Stronj Representation to Char lottesvtlle. R, E. Lee Camp has selected th followlng deletjatcs to the Grand Cam of Confederate Veterans. whlch tneet ln Charlottcsvllle October 20 to 22. Incluslve: Past Commanders Charles V. Wl llam*. Alexander W. Areher, A. 0. Pea: James Power Smlth, John Murph; James .T. Gray. D. C. Rlchurdson, O. 1 JMorgan, A. I* Phllllps, John E. Laugl ton, Jr.. J. C. Dlckerson, James Vai land W. B. Preeman; Commander C. \ P. Brock. P. J. Whlte. D. A. Brown, Jr.. E. . Baughman. W S. Areher. George ' Dean. B. J. Bosher, Clay Drcwry, Thompson Brown. W. E. Moore, J. Ta: lor Stratlon, Kohert W. Huntcr ut Alexander Jennings. Alternates?W. B. Ughtfoot. Jol Latnb, John C. Batchellor, D. O. Dav Gcorso Williittn Jarvis, John F. May< Joseph W. Thomas. Charles A. Spem Charlos T. Carlln.-r, J. Henry Kraet ?|H. M. Walthall antl Charles T. Turni "j These delegates and alternates w lalso servo as delogates and alternat ?to the Virglnla Divlsion of the Unit ]Confederate Veterans. Four addltlor ! delegates and alternates will be t '?llcctcd from the other membors of t icamp who attend the sessions of t ;JGrand Camp at (,'hartottesvlllo. 'j On next Friday night thoro will 8[a meetlng of the R. E. Lee Camp ilhear an address by the Rev. WIUU ? H. WhitBltt, D. D. The members s -[expected to attentl in unlforras, if pt i Islb'ie, and are urged to bring Ut ilfrlends wlth 1hem. Tho publlc ls vltefl to be present. s On Friday, November 1.1th. an -jportrait of General Wllllam H. Pa> e will be presented to the camp. I liLeigh Robinson, of Washington, D. oi making the presentatlon speech. Ai .i j meetlng to be held two weeks later - |oil portrait of General James H. Ls -'will be presented by General Willi. h|R Cox, of Rlchmond. WHITE MAN SLASHED nlJnek the Butcber Wonnded by J? h I the RIpper Last Nlarht. ul John Smith. allas Jack the Butcr ,. met up wlth Jack tho Rlpper last nii t soraewhere in the vlcinlty of Eli . teenth and Maln Stroets. and was i. r.o often and vlcloualy that he nea died from Iobb of blood boforo the rjval of the clty ambulance. He t 0|sufferlng from three cuts?two in ,( back and ono ln the thlgh?and all . I them were from four to flve inc i.llong. Ile waa picked up and enrr j'into the First Statlon, where Dr. 3 ,r|gleston sewed up hls wounds. He. could not or would not tell name of hls assailant, but the po expect to learn lt sooner or later. ,, j - ???i.-wt AT C1TV IIAIA BECAt'SE QP FKSTIVITIES AT T On account of the State Fnlr very meetlngs will bo held by the Council c mlltees ln the Clty Hall this week. m> rrow evenlng at 8 o'cloclc tha Corn Council will meet. At 7:43 tbe Boar: Ak.ermcn whl hold a short session for pv'rpose of conslderlnB certaln hollday r Intions for fair week. The Comrolttet James Itiver improvoment meets Tue evenlng,. _ Marrloge Llecnse. A marriaijo licenso was issued in HuatlnSS Coitrt yesterday mornlng to A r.'owett Ruct. of Washington. and Mauda Doufflas Barker. of this clty. in cr.uplo will be marrled hero to-morrow. ty Ruc la a railway employe. FIREMAN SANDBAGGED AND ROBBED BY THUGS TOBACCO MEI MEET THIS WEEK Kn 1* Kl( Le National Association to Be Hand somely Entertained While in Richmond. Oponlng Its seaslona ln tho Jeffcrson audltorlum on the morning of Frlday, October Oth. tho Tobneco AHHOciation of tlio Unlted States will assemblo ln Itichmond for Hh annual gathorlng. j h Among tho social fcaturea planncd '"' for tho entet'tnlniuont of tho vlsltlng| "* tobacco men by tb" local Tobacco '"?; Board of Trade Is a smoker at tho Jef? fcrson llotol on tho evenlng of Oc? tober 9th, and nn excurslon down .lamos River to Jamestown Island on Saturday, October 10th, on the Old Domlnlon steamer Brandou, leavlng hero at !< A. M. A number of RIchmond manufact urera have hoen Invlted to moet tho tobacco men at this tlme, The followlng commltteea havo been appolnted by the local Tobacco Board of Trade, ivho wlll take chnrge ot the vleltors and tho program,, Entertalnmont Commlttee?J- A. Hohsort, W. D. Butlor, John M. Taylor, J N. Boyd. W. T. Reed. Finance Commlttee?R. T. Arrington, j L N. Vaughan. W. L. Hazell. W. W. Morton, John L. Wlngo. Recoptlon Commltteo?S. W. Tomp klns, Vlctor Shelburne. T. J. Walkor, H. Campbell. II. M. Vaughan, F. D. WilUams, M. C. Patterson. L. L. Strause, W. C. Bentley, J. A. Dad't, C. W. Splcer, K. S. Carlton, John A. Hutcheson, W. O Nesl, T. T. Mayo, John G. Hayes, a". Kramcr, E. T. Crtimp. T. M. Carrlng ton. John B. Lightfoot, T. 3. Noble, A. Dlll, S. R. Ros?, J. F- lacob, J. N. Gor man. INTERNES APPOINTED 1$ i bec of hlt! r.tr sat we ln an hlt thi bu tln tln bo 801 Dr. Norton Ma*on Becorne* Hoose Surgeon at Metnorlal Hospital. Internes for the Memortal Hospital have been appolnted by the. board of managers as follows: Dr. 11. C. Maddux, of Oranse, "*., eratl nate of tho t'nlverscily of VlrglnlB-; Dr. T. 1! llenunraon. of Wakeflold. Va,, gra-Juate r,f the Modlcal Collegn of Vlrginla, and Dr. Phllin S. Evafc. graduate of Johns Hop klr.r L'niveraltv, Baltlmore. Dr. Evans is a medloal mlsslonary. who has seen aervlce ln Chlna, and wlilla on r,' iiu furlough In thls country bna taken thls ,r, j pcsltlon to galn adtllttonal cxperlence in ?' surgery- . , ' Dr. H. Norton Mason. a gradunte of the '*' I rnlverslty of Vlrginla. waa appolnted T. | hr.nin surgeon, and will havo charge of lli' u^lning tho Intornea in the duties of their pr.sltlon. This ln tho llrat list of appolnt , mentd made, by the board slnce the recent e" r..?!gr.aUon8. and other appolntments wlll al>fo|]otr aliortlv untll the staff ln complcte. STARTER WAS STOPPED he he he i Ci'tne Here I o Rares ann Wa* ArreMed for ?? j Beatlng Illa W?y. _ l Arlhtir Mltchell, who says ho has been ' cV.tng the nvce-horso ptartor atunt for years, re ran upon har.l iuek I'.i hls effort t? get to 18- thu Vlrginla State Falr from hls far-away / ?lr h.-rne in Arlzonn. He went broke In "Wash -, tiigton, nml hoplng to make the rut of the tiir on hla faoe boarrtert a pasienger traln wlthout tlcket ..r ptirs*. ntl Vt'htn'he rearhed Richmond P.nl]i-on? De nc lecttvt Dunnlngton nabbed him. Magte Ir trate Lewls gave him tlie usual 5 2.50 flne c' and itxty days1- securlty. The -corollary is that tho dlsappointert fellow la betilnd the a bars of Ilenrlco Jail, where ha wlll spend an the days of falr week unless a gooi Karaa ne ri:an eomes to hls rellef. im - ~ l ' I'lCKETT CAMP CHOIR I TO MEET MOXDAT NIGHT After temporarllv dlsbandlng for the aum niei tlio Confederate Cholr Ot George E. Pirkett famp. Confederate Veterana, wlll ' r.iee? on Mondav night at Plckott Camp Hall for tho purpose of reorganlzing. A special program haa been prepared for the occanlon. ln whlch Mins Ttosamond Dratier. Mr. Crowder. Miss May Felvey, Miss Marle Crowder, as well aa. several others ol local tnlent, wlll take part. \IB fe om To ition 1 of the eso on <day the hert Miss Tho Mr. Dr. Evans to Lecture. Th" flsptlst Womaii'i Qunrterly Mlssion ar" Clrole wlll meet wlth tho Calvary Bap tls? Church next Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock. The meeting wlll be addreosed by Dr. Phlllp Evans, medtcal mlssionary to CMna. Dr. Evans has been In chargo of o'rn of tbe hospltals there for some year:,, nnd ls vlsltlng Tltchmond for tho purposo of laklng a, course In aurgery at the Me morlal Hospital. The object of M? lecture wlll be to lmpress upon the ndssion work er.i the importanco of aendlng out tralned mtdlcal mlsslonarleii. Maln Street Cars to Falr. Begliinlng to-morrow morning. Maln Stieet cars golng weel wlll run through to tho groun:la of the Vlrginla State Falr wlth o'jl golng around tho loop to tdlewood, thus m.-klng tho trlp hy lhe Maln Street route nlrr.ost as dlrect as by tho Broad and Mula and Broad Street cars. Mr. Spenre K.-turns. Councilman E. Harvie, Spence, of Monroe ?\vard, who. accompanled by his family, has been spending some tlme in Eastern ctties, has returned to hla home. Mr. Spence says ho enjoyed hls vacation, and lhat he fiels lhat he has accompllshcfl Homethlng by succesafully urglng the Wholesale Drug g.sts's Association. to hold their next annual er.nventlon in Richmond. POLICE READY TO THROW NET AROUND FAIR CROOKS I Shell Game Artists Warned to Hike Out, and Dealers Re minded That Sale of Liquor to an Indian Is a Peni tentiary Offense-Sharp Watch for Pickpockets. "Me for tho tall uncut," Bald a "wheel" gambler to Major Werner yes "ty terday mornlng. when he was tnformed B" that the penalty for runnlng hls money ?a0 making Bcheme is not more than *500 lu' and not more than alx months ln Jall. "?c or both. He caught the humor of tho VU sltuatlon, and departed for somo cllmo .?" where suckers grow more luxurlantly. n,f Major Werner has made every prl ,?c vislon to protect the innocent publlc ivo from the easy-golng and llght-flngered ia. gentrv, whoae means of making a llv ' to Ing will bo sadly hampered. He will the work ln conjunctlon wlth Sherlff L. uld H. Kemp, of Henrlco county, who has rty detalled several special officers to pa be. trol tho falr grounds. Major Werner ?gh has detalled flfteen special men. end W. has ordered that tho Hermltage Road lnd bo patrolled all day and untll 1 o'clock \tt> a. M. by two mounted men. iey Clty pollce have, under a recent nB' statuto, the right to perform any po h.as llco aervlce at a race-oourse, falr Vf" ground, baaeball or football park, or ms other place whore athletlc sports are *?* held, sltuatod wlthout the corporate ,- lieiu, Mii.tiai.ou witimui ?i" ??>.i,t?.h'? t\r' ItmltB. Ona hojd-up has already oe ?" curred, but lt ls no.t Ilkely that, wlth l^l tho patrolllng of the road, whlch be ov- gan yesterday afternoon, thara will be ftt a repetltlon ot the occurrenco. the There will he probably tho usual nnd number of crooks, for ptclipoctkets tha fceen a schedule. of fairs all over th? vho country, ana f.-jllow them from o?c t to State to unother. Many of the mort cspert aro Itnown to tho local pollce and they will bo taken up on sight, whether they have made any effort at worklng a Uttle game or not. If the pollce can prevent lt. they will never havo a chanco. * Tho usual warnlng as to how to carry money, jawelry and pjocketbooks ls be? lng eent out. It ls better to have ono's money as far out of slght and reach as posslblo. One cltlzen last year, who dld not believe much ln crooks, carrled hla pocketbook. one as long as hls arm, protrudlng from Mb coat pocket. He laughed when aome ona warnad hlm- Just then a man shoved hlm, and when he lookod for hls pocketbook It was gone, and the J1B0 It containcd. Ho learned hls les ?on at cxpenslve coat. Plaln clothos men will clrculato through tho crowds night and day, and lt will faro hard wlth any ono who ls caught Uftlng or attemptlng to Uft a little coln from hls najghbor. Tha cases will bo tried ln tha Rlchmond I'olice Court, and Justlce Crutchfleld will hund out fines and terms that w,ill make tha crooks slck of their vlslt to Rlchmond. Major Wernor also lssuod a warn? lng as to sollliig liquor to Indlann, whlch ls posltlvely agalnst the Fed eral law. The statute on this point ls very clear inul strong. ? ti provldos that any person glvlng or selllng a drink to nn Indlan shall be sjmt to the penltentiary for twpo yoars for each offenae ar drlnk. There Is no eseap* by the payment o)E a flua. ockcrl Down at Claibornc fttifj 'apliington Streets Jtist After Leaving Bar. JKED IN FACE WHILE DOWN ft Money at Home, Going Out A'ith Small Amount, Which Was Stolcn. tearing amplo evidence that ho had \ n very roughly hnndled, L. W. Manrt, '( No. 1001 Powhatan Street, reported the Second Pollce Statlon last night .t he had been beaten and robbed whlte men near the enrner of Wash :ton and Clalborne,Strcets, jiist be- ? r; dark. There was a large knot be d hls rljrht car where he had been tick from behlnd, probably wlth a idbag or a blackjack, whlle hls eyes re almost closed wlth blows recelved his face. Hls less was between J* 1 $5, whlch was all that ho had ln i pockcts at tho tlme Ho knows it hls asaallants were whlte men, t on account of tho suddenness of i attack was unablo tc tell whether ;ro were four or live. They all rart fore ho had rccovered sufllclently to j them plalnly. Sorv Blii Money ln Bnr. \ccordlng to Mr. Mann, he Jtad been irklng as a flreman out of Rlchmond r saveral weeks, and this was hh? st trip to tho clty ln some tlme. s was pald off just before he left hl? ice of business. When he reached o clty yesterday afternoon, before go* g home, he went by Marchettl's bar, . Ashland Street. There he bough* drlnk and had somo money changed. 3 thlnks that the rufiians aaw hlnt ere and made a. plot to rob hlm. lavlng Marchetti's, he went atralght hla home, whero he left all of hla oney excopt that whlch was atter-i ards taken from, hlm. ~ Somo tlme later he started down- t wn to make a small purchase. Nea? 'ashlngton and Clalborne Streets the ing came upon hlm. Ile waa making s way to the car llne, when, wlthout io sllghtest warnlng. he was struck blow front behlnd ao forclbly that 3 fell on hls face. Before he could at ?mpt to turn over one of the men be in to rlflo his pockets, whlle others Ickert hlm ln the face- Almost un msclous, ho .ralsed up to aeo hls as* illanta runnlng away. Before he could recognlzo any Ot lem. or even collcct his wtts sufn'4-, ontly to count them, they had dls- \ ipeared. When ho reported the affair at the ation lnat night, Mr. Mann's face was > badly battcred that at first slght is hest frfend would hardly have ree ;nlzed hlm. For inches around hls ires the skln was blackened and swol m. Then thero was tho huge knot ehlnd his head. He ia sure that tho men who robbed, Im wero ln tho bar when he had hls loney changed, and that they attacked Im with tho hope of gettlng all he ad. He ls congratulatlng hlmselt hat ho left the be.n part of lt at home. U-LEGED MURDERERS SENT ON TO GRAND JURY fhrec Xegroea Flned for Dlsorderly Conduct and AasatiH by Jnstlce Cruteli fleld ln Pollce Court. Wllllam Sydnor, colored, charge* A'lth the tnurder of Wllllam Scott, ivhora he ls allegcd to havo shot ovei i dtspute ln a crap game somo days ago, was sent on to tho grand Jury from Pollce Court yesterday mornlng Wllllam Banks, who la bolleved^t*, havo murdored John F. Tyler and ta have thrown hls body Into Shockoa Creek, was ordered held until tha 14th, when othor wltnesses agalnst hlm will be summoned. Lee Kramer, whlte, was sent on ta the grand jury on a charge of assault. Ing Oscar Brooka. He was balled W the aum of 51,000. Wllllam Davis, aliaa Tanglefoot, coU ored, waa flned $20 and placed unde* $100 sectirlty for thirty days for as? saulting Wllllani , S3anu!ater. Wllllo Shackelford, colored, charged wlth beating Holen Wllson, was flned $25 and put urider $100 securtty foi for slxty days. Charles Adams, colored, charged wlthj belng drnnk and dlsorderly and reck less driving, was flned $20 and placed, under $100 decurity for thirty days. DOLLAR DISTRIBUTI0N Times-Dispatrh Want Ad. Begtna To-D?j| to Run Thirty Oaya. Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch "Want Ad. Dollar" (tiHtribntlon bocins to-day. atid will con tinuo daily for thirty days. Look over th* w?nt ads. carefully, for your name may oa ttsflf' any day. , , ..''. Ths dollar ls youra If your na^na is ln th* ad.. and If your name ls In tha City Dlree tory lt la as llkely to be used aa anotbar. Thore's nothlng for you to do but read the wonr ads. Mayor Riehardson opened tha City Direct tory at random and put hls flngor on th? name thut appoara ln tha ad. c,->-day. Business Manager W. T. Dabnay. of th<i Chamber of Commerce, performed the same office, and indlcated tho wiiiner for Monday, PERMITS T0 BUILD Warren T. Taylor to Erect Handsome Best* denca aa. Groco Street, Tho followfng permits were tssued ln tha office of the Bullding Inspector yesterday: Warren P. Taylor, to erect a detacaed brlck dwelllng on the north slde of Orac^ Strcot between Fine and Belvldere Streatst cos, $9,000. Charles Strause. Wllllam B. Plwlnl Cora* pany, agents, to repalr brlck bullding No. 101S West Cary Street, at * cost of $$00. The bullding will bo used as a movlns plo* turt tbeatre. L. C. Franck. Jr., to repalr bullding No, 313 West Marshall Street; coat $1,060. ONENEWCHARTER The corporatlon Commlsslon yeaterday !?? sued a charter to the Flraman'a Kellef A*~ sociatlon Gnc), of the clty of Aloxandria, J. T. Trymer, president: K. W. Ogden, eec rotary: John Leadbeater, treasurer?all ol Alexandrla. Objects: To recotvo and holrt funds for fire department to bo used fo? ctmrttablo and benevolent purpoaoj. Chlldrou'a llonie Meetlng. There will be a meetlng of tha board ot dlrectors of the Chlldren's Home Soetety of Virglnla Tuesday. October ath. at 8:30 P. M.. at the Recelvlng Home, No. 3405 Ea?t Franklln Street. MwtMmmsmMMmtmmmmmm. Time proves all things, Grape Nuts food holcla its place at the head of the list "There's a lVeason.'*