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Only Two Choiccs Are Succcas ful in JRaccs at Mon crief. .lacknonvllle. Fla., February 8.?Tlie Blaughtor of favorites continuc. at Moncrlef. Tp-doy'a rnsulta showed only two 8-CCC8Sful cliolces?Altadcmi nnd Jack Atkln. Tho latter shoultloreu 110 poundw, a nd heat .Iohn Grlffon II iiikI Uooger Kcd ln ft speclal sprlnt event, the licad-llnor ot an cxcclient curd. K. I". Carman'S Morjuetto fur? nlshed a Burprlso'MO-da.y by gatherlng in tho flfth event at 10 to 1. Lunagan. u promlslng apprentlce rldnr, plldted M6-_UettC. WlllCh ln all probablllty was rtaponslble for tho big prlce, sum mar.v; l-irst racc?lhrcn furlongs, maldens - Alta.l.-mi, u_ (NIcoI), il to io, flrat; Kllahettc, H2 (Moiintaln), 12 to 1, sec? ond; Riistlcana, 112 (Troxler), _ lo l. thlrd. Tlm.-, :.''.. 2-5. Hf-cond racc?slx furlongs, purse? Colll.. OrmKhy, 10? (Iloward), s to 1, flrat; Vreeland, 106 (Butwell), 7 t>. l, aecond; Allainfcarn, l?s (Reid), 12 to i, thlrd. Tlnii:, 1:11. Third racc?llve and a half fur long.. aelll-i_f?Treajoll, 106 (Howard), B to 1. flrst: Har'-ld, .Ir., loo (Powers). IS to 1. second; Henry Croaacadfiin, 101 (Burns.. 10 to 1, thlrd. Time, J :"7 2-5. Fourth racc?flvo .urlonas, Moncrlet Speclal?Iack Atkln, 140 (Butwell), 0 io 20. fir.-1; Booger Fled. 107 (Ilow? ard), 13 io 2. second; John r.rlffon IL, ill (Nlcoil), 18 to 5. thlrd. Tlrrici :59. Flfth race?mlle an.l a BlJ-teontW, r?ry.?Moquotto, ioi (Lanagan), i". to 1 flrat; Old Honesty, 1.4 (?.oiii_t.ln). t to 2, secon.l; Nethcrmost, 106 (But v,ell>, 0 to .'. thlrd. Tltne. 1:16 2-5. Hlxth rn-e?.lx furlongs, aelllng? Dolly Bultman, 101 (Howard), 3 to l. flrst- Cerertionlua. 106 (Butw.il), lfi to l aeeohd; Klng Avondale, 113 (Iteid), 7 to 6, third. Time, 1:12 4-G. Scvr-nth race?mlle ?n<l a alxteenth, B.'llhiK?Bello Scott. inn (Davcnport). 7 to 1. flrft; Merry Olft. 99 (Henry). r. to 2. second; Irrlgator. 10. (Bchl), 30 to 1, thlrd. Time. 1:48 3-r,. Koiir Ki.vorl.rii Hr..nr<l Plnjrrn. Tampn. Kia.. February S.?Four fav? orlte/ revmrded the players In the heivlest day'a apoAilation -slnce the meeting opened here. Uaby Wllllo. nbout whom 10 to 1 was to bo hafl. was tho good thing. comlng horno a k-ngth ln fmnt of Lottl. Darr. The taleHl also Bcorcd heavily on the vl<-tory of La liflne -Hindoo. Summary: F'lr.t rarn?three ycars old nnd up T.-nr.l. rivc furlongs, abllln..?Baby Wll Jfe, 300 (Upton), 10 to 1. flrst; Lottle Darr, ?""> (P. MarUn), s to 5, Bccond; Corivlllc, 10S (Ir.ln). 10 to 1. thlrd. Tli.-.o, 1:0< T.-4. go. onV. racc?flvo .-?n<i ? half fur longB. Belllng-rOur Nugget, 99 iStcln hardt). ?'* "?> "?? flrst; Tcmpcr, l'H (T. The Crafts* Price Policy You see, it's like this: For severai years the Crafts More policy has been pretty well known, not. only in this city but throughout thc whole South. The risc of that policy was jhspircd by selling Pianos lower than other houses Thc founder of thc business thought it a sound principlc to buiJd on. We have never varied a hair's breath irom thc original idea that had for its motivc?Lower Prices. Our fidelity to tliat one thought means much fo you? thc publie. If'you ask for specific, definite. reasons, v.e'd tell you that the pricc-system controlling our selling rend ers it) impossiblc for us to imposc exorbitant profits. W hen rarc aud beautiful Pianos come to us, wc don*t add extra dollars to tlie prices simply because they are rarc and beau? tiful. Others do. W.c could. but we don't. When you touch thc pith and nerve of t?he matter, you will hnd that our power is dcriverl not only from our ability, but our willingness to sell a great many. Pianos at a small pcrceni<agc of protit. rather than a few Pianos at a big one. Which of these schools of mcrchandising appeals to you strongest? The Crafts Piano Company, F ifth and Grace Streets. Open Evenings. McCOY'S CIGAR SENSATION THE TALK OF THE TOWN A Mild Smoke No Artificial Flavoring. W. S. McCOY, Broad and 8th Sts. Safety Razor Blades, 2?c Each Ry our Speclal Process wc guarantee to make your Old Dull Blades Bqttcr Than New for above price. Razoi'8 Honcd and Set, 15c earh. , Scissors and Knivcs sharpencd by cxperts. . Mail orders receive prompt attcntion. The "SHARP-O" Company No. 308 MUTVAL. BUtLPlNG. . Pure Whiskey OfSen Prevents SIckness Mnnjr a serious Blrltncs. ha-? been checlied in tlrae by the judlcl .us us. of SunnvBrooK Whiskey At n h.nlthful tonlc nr wholeiome itlmulnnt It hns no .qunl. Itd moder ate nsu Is highly b_nrficlnl to those 1 wlio nrr aillni. nnd wlll Increas. the vigor of those who ar6 well. Genu lne SUNNY BROOK is U. S. Stand. , ard (100% i proof-di-till.d, agad and Ibnttlcd under the direel mpervi.ion 'of U. S. Government Impecton. SUNNY BROOK D1STIIXERY CO. Jeffer-on County, KENTUCKY A FULL QUARTS FOR *? ** -BY EXPRESS PREPAID- WJ H. CLARKE & SON, Incorporated, 1205 E. Main St., General Dist'r.. Richmond, Vn. Cocrner), * to 1, .second: Orunewald, 04 (Franklin), 2 to l, third, Tlme. :11 2-."). Tliinl rac?thren ycar.i old nnd up. Ix furlong-, selllng?Nettle Onrlta, 100 D. Murphy), -' to 1, flrst; Bronto, los Wrlspcn), ?> lo 1. second; Bonebrake. 11 (T. Koernvr), - to 1, third. Tlme, :18 2-:,. Fourth race?lin-idliap, four year? >ld nnd upward, flve and a half fur* nngp, ."ollinK?I>a Ilolno Hlndoo_ 103 'Franklin), 7 to 10, flrst: Warnnr Grl!' ire\\, 110 (Brannon), 2 to 1. feecond; lohn Garner, 110 (D. Murphy), t to !, .hlrd. Tlmo, 1:11. Flfth race?tlireo years old and up. l'vo furlongs. selllng?Bfllle Hlbbs, iu CLewls),* to 5, flrst; Clblsteress, in (D. Murphy). S to 6, second; Escutcheon, 113 (Mathews) > I to 1, third. Tlme. 1:03 2-5. .Slxth race?four years old and up. soven tu'rlOngs. selling?Grace Klmball, 104 (Lovall). 4 to 6, fir:;t: Ocsa, 10B (Brannon), ln to 1, second; .JtidKe Sauelley, 100 (Flnley), 10 to 1, third. Tlme, 1:32 3*5. jafmusfenutttsf. ___ ACADOYliKJ,, TWO OLD CONPEDERATBa A"U POLK MILLER'S OLD SOUTH QUARTETTE Prices, 25 cwtls to $1.00. BI JOU?THIS WEEK HARRY SCOTT CO.'S MUSICAL DRAMATIG NOVELTY, "THE GIRL FROM U. S. A. With tlif: Original "Candy Kid," RAY RAYMOND As "Dick Wcston," thc Boy from L. S. A. Next Week.?Yorkc and Adams in i"Mrlca." QEEP HIDWEEK DBUB Thr flrst mldweek dmg of ihe wln? ter was held at Decp Run Club yes erday afternoon. Tho f?x was turnei lnto the woods gack of the cint. bouse ind the run of two and a half mllei was broken up somr tlmc before darl: when tho raln rulned thc secnt. Sevoi .ouplea of hound. wero out, ana_tn. pacc. untll the finlsh at Brook Hlll was rapid. Those rldl.ig were W. Or mond Young. on Ovorland; James V. Oravos. on Klngsman; Miss >va.rflei< Crcn'shaW, on Thc Quaker; Miss eisi l.iii.l; f-v. on Iron Prlnco; An-.her An derson .Ir.. on Chorus Glrl; John Akii Branch. on No Good; Withcrs Burrus! on Lafly Nor wood. nnd J. I* Gartn right, on Young Bllt.en. fiEElSl TEAM IS Lieutenant Cou.lns ls trylng tomak athlettes ono of thc featurea of th Flrst Regli.irnt. lie expocts to aen n toam to tho Federal tra.-k mo.t I Washlngton on February 19. and als ho'pes to havo representattv.es atth nv-ct to bo glven by .lohns Hopkln and Fifth Maryland in Baltlmore o March 12. Tho rrglmcnt expects to have one c the fastest basoball teams in the cit "this- year, and mon nre already bcln Mlgned for posltlons on the team. rh work of trainlng wlll start early i March, and by the tln.o the seaso opens lt is expected to bc in goo Sinco athlctlcs has beon started 1 tho reglmcnt there are a good man nppllcatlons for membershlp to tho VI rlous companies. The new gvmnasium wlll soon i opened. which wlll :.dd greatly to tl benellt of athletics. 1 SEUECTS DATES FOIl FAIRS. I Vlrglnln-Cnrollna-l-eorglB Circult M? _>cw Offlerra Cbosen. [Ppe-Ial to The Times-Dispatf-h.t Roanoko. Va.. February <t.?The a: nual meeting of the Vlrglnia-Carolin Grorglu Fair Circult was held he last night Thc following dates t falrs wcro selooted: Galax, Va.. August -'.O. Septomber . Radford. Va., Septomber $-9. Tazewell. Va., Septetnber 18-1.4 Roanoke. Va., .eptember 20-23. I.vnchburg. Vn., September 2i-3n. Wlnston. N. C, October 4-7. Croensboro, N. C?.. October U-14. Ralelgh. N. C. Pctober 17-22. Charlotte, N. C. October 21-20. Hpai-ianburg. 8. C, November 1-1. Columbla. S. C. November 8-11. Augusta. Ga.. November 15-18. Kmporta. Vu., November 22-26. S. .Valton. decllnlng to be elort again as president. XV. N. Reynoh of Wlnston-Salem. was elected Othor offlcers are as follows: Fil Vlr o-Prosldent, Paul V. Moore. Ppf tnnburg S. C.; Second Vlce-Preslde S. Wal'tnn, Falls Mills; Thlrd Vl< Presldent. Louis A. .Sholz, Roanol Secretary. Conrad Golsen: Treasur Joseph K- Pogue. of Wlnston-Salem. -????? NINE RIFLF. TEAMS RF.POI-T. Score* <o Date of Intercollegtate lloor Contcnta. Washlngton. February S.? Repo from the. ilfle teams of nlne collei. whlch partlclpated In last wee shoot of the Intercollegiate Ind Rifle League, show the following sco Volurribla. 1.793; Unlverslty of Ida 1 779; Unlverslty of Iowa, 1.775: Geo Washington Unlverslty, 1.762: Con Unlverslty. 1.749: Washington bt College 1.737; Unlted States Coil of Veterlnary Surgeons. 1.652; Unn slty of Nevada. 1,612; Louislana bt Unlverslty. 1.592. ; Columbla defeated Iowa by IR pot One Col-sphia marksman. IT. P- I_t marto the hipheat possible scora puitlns. ten shots wlthin a spacp r. ize of a dlme. Idaho defeated I Voterinarlan by 127; Cornell led vada bv 107: and George Washlnj defeated Louislana by 107. The ehampionshlp outdoor comp tlon of the Natlonal Rifle Associa for 191ft Wlll be hold on the rang. ihe Distrlct o? Columbla Mllitla Washington, D- C._ RACE MEETINGS ANNOrNCED. Jockey Club Given Out Dates for Metro tan Dlstrict. New York, Fobruary S-?In the parl uf' tho track. "They're off" ? for to-u after many poatponementp, tho Jockey jravo out tho dates of runnlng race rauo ln tho Metropolltan distrlct for tho se Tho schedule is ono that wlll a; strongly to tho followcrs ot the . hi Opoping Aprll 1. and closing Novembf every trac.lt has daics a.sisned, and soason promlaea to bo tho boat sinee anti-bottlng crusado began two ycars Aqueduct. as in tho old days, opens closes tho season. Brighton Beach re to tho fold wltli fourtcon days ln July. no fall ni-ota. Emplre City -tarts c; this year than usual, conimenclng .lu and endlng August 3, and U._roioro wlll ho no clash In.dates betwean tlio 1 lors courao nnd Sarntosa. Tha Spa has tlcally all tho month ot August. Jackson Rendy foi- rractice. [Special 00 Tho Times-Dlspatch. T vnchburg, Va., February 8.?_ Tackson Vight flolder and utllity p| of tho Shoamakfera last season, has r-slgned for 1910, is ln tho having come frpm Baltlmore, whei us beon several n,onths Jackst looklng for work. and wlll remain untll thc ball season opons. raulhun Mul.es Vllghts. New Orleans, I.a.. February s.?Louls hnn asconded to a holght of 1,_0n f. a Karman biplan" al r'lty P.irk raco lato thls afti-rnoon. Ho mado tvyo f| tho tlrst of oleven miuutos and tho . o_ sIn nilnutos* duratlon. I'robnbly peoplo wltnossed tho performaneo. Ttgcrs Uefeut t.'olta. Tlie Tlgors dofcatocl tho Colts 1 Indoor basoball guino ai tho C< V. .M. C. A. lust night by a. scoro to 7. Tlm line-up of tho teams us follows: Tlgors?Simpson. Camp, Rlco. S' Crawford, Pllchor. Klcia and Tay golts?Sadler, I.eakt., Ciraves, llttrrlson, Hlraus tuul Huicct. ' Tiio ? Birgs' wlll plrty tlio lltghln on Frldiiy uflerpoou *J. ?._. o'olo. GUEST GHU5HED B? BI WEIGHT Russcll Goodwin, Hurt in Elcva- j * tor, Thought to Bc Dy? ing in Hospital. t'rushcd by the weight of a ,ir>0 poftnd u'lro drum, whlch fell on hla eheHt yesterday afternoon whllo he was worklng on tho new building be- | Ing crectcd at Jcfferson and Broad Streets, Kusscll Goodwin, of 302 South j Flfth Streot, lies dying at tho Mc tnorial Hospital, and Mr. Burch, tho ; foretnun, who waa also Injured, lleu j suffering at home. Goodwin and hls forcnian woro rals Ing the olevator when tho drum oC wlre wus dlslodged. Tho 300-pound i wcight fell moro than a dozen feet, I and Btruck Goodwin on the chosl as ho looked up at the shout Of warning, ! Mr. Burch wa? struck a gtanclng blow, j and both men fell ln the car. When the car waa loWerod Goodwin I lay on the floor uneonscloust, with aov I eral rlba crtiKhed, and Forctnan Burch was standlng over hlm. The city am bulance, with Dr. DavlS ln eharge, was .summoned. and the Injured man wa.s removed to the Memorlal Hospital. At thc hospital it was said that Goodwln's lnjurles wcre serious, and that re? covery was doubtful. Ile Is thc son of J, II. Goodwin, of. 71 r, Hollv Street. He was runnlng a car of tho Otis Elevator Company when the accldent happened, BLUES WANT MONEY A.k (ouncll to Inclttde Sum Badly Needed ln ??t Itti'ly.-t. In behntf of tho Richmond Ught Infantry niurs Major E. W. Bowl-s anrt Captaln J. lt. Tucker urged thu Flnanco Commltteo lait night to appioprlato ?10,000 for paintlng tho rcllnge. provldlng llghta, gun racks und loekers for thc now nrmory, thoso Items not havlng boen included ln thc orlsinal estl mato for erectlng thc building. Tho amount. t wns explalned, wus a littlo moro than ?nough to covor thc wanti enumeratcd. b<jt .he r?Bt was wanted as a micleus for stait lnc a gyrntiaslum. Major I_ T. I'rice. o? tho Flrst Itcgimrnt. asked for UM7.50 for certaln repairs to tbe nrmory of that organization und lOCKOta, where the men mtght Btore. thelr unlloritu, there now belna; no such provlalon. Dr. Trumon A. Parker, rcpre?entlng thu hospital corps. asked for thc usual appro-, prlatlon to be used hy lt. ,,-..?,-, Councllman E. C. Ttloharda wanted ii,.mw fnr smooth? pavlng On Oakwond Avenue, con tlnulng thc avenue to tho cemetory. Ile Blatod that tho money had been nppropri ated somo rears ago. but there belng no water k?s or sewer pipes in the nelshbor hood then the fund was dlverlrd to other channels. Ho also asked thal tho commlt tee includo in tho burgot a namount for sldcvalks on the Thlrty-fourth Stroet Boulevard. cstlmates for whlch havo al? ready born made. AldermHn Nelaen. of Fulton, urged thc appropriation of IM.OOfl for the comuictlun and building of Lester Streot. Admitted <o Practlce. T? Sexton, of rocahontas, was yoiter f ndmlttod to prartlco In tho United tes Clrcult Court ot Appeals. Ohildren Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTO R i A Th e In rts es, k's >or rcs ho. CgS tell ate PRO er ate nts. mo, by the tho Ne ton ati tlon ) of poll lght. Club tlngs ISUIl. ipeat iraes. r 15, tho the ago. and uirns with irllcr y 21, thoro 'onk ,irac Steinway Is to-day the only high-grade Piano in the United States which is made and controlled by the direct de scendants of its original founders. All the rest have been forced to seek the^lliance'or amalgamation with ma'nufacturers of cheap com mercial pianos. Able to pursue its lofty ideal unfettered by commercial exigen cies, the house of Steinway has ex erted all its energies in one dircc tion, with the flattering result that to-day the Steinway is proclaimcd everywhere The Standard At our store, 103 East Broad Street, you will find all the Stein? way styles in grands and uprights. And rcmember that when you purchase a Steinway you make an investment that does not depre ciate with years, but is worth thc money you paid for it after you have used it almost a lifetimc. Walter D. Moses & Co. 103 E. Broad Street. Oldest Music House in Vhginis: and North Carolina. Write for beautiful catalogue o the Steinway and otlier Pianos. orCo. Main Street Store AFTER STOCK TAKING SALE We wish to impress upon our patrons that the Dinner Sets we are offering are far below value. Special? 100-Piece Set, $8.50 Dinner Ware S p ecial ? 10 0-Piece Set, $17.50 $25 Limoges China 100-Piece Dinner Set, as long as they last at $17.50 100-Piece American Porcclain Dinner Set, beautiful open stock pattcrn, decoratcd ancl witli gold handlca and knobs. $8.50 $12.50 100-Ficce American Porcclain Dinner Set, deco? ratcd, good shapc and gold lines. 100-Piece German China Dinner Set, pink rose Q | Q AQ or violet decoration, with large size soup turccn .. ?D10?4lO 100-Pirrn German China Dinner Set, highly decoratcd and made up of 1 ibcral size picces. $15.98 CO. MAIN STREET STORE. :orporations Again Rcminded That They Must Return Their Incomcs. Collcctor 1-owry. ot th?, Second Col ortlotv District ot Virginia, has been nstrueted to glve warning to all enr ? oratlons. jolnt stock companies. as ociations and tnsurance companies do? nc buslness ln tliis distrlct. that n ces the provlslons of tho revenuo 1 w oquirinev;thetn to rehdpr tho P"""^ ?d returns of thelr gross and net 1 - :omes are, coraplled with. they wlll >c liaoio to heavy pcnaltles. l.ncu,r he law subjecting thn corporations tc i special oxcise tax o? 1 per ovnt, on ill net lnc.omc.-t over Jo.OOO. tlie ro urns must be ln the hands of tho col ?otor bv March 1, 1010. and must covct he nscal year endlng Oecembcr 1 Commissloner of Revenue Caboll. Ir i letter to th* local collcctor. infructf ilm to presorvo the e.nvelopes contain iig all returns submltted after Mtirch 1. The penalty. as set forth ln see* tion S of the law. ls a flne or.not.losi tha.n $1,000 nor moro than JlO.ono. It is understood ?hat certaln corpor? ations elsewliero in the countrv wll attack the ronstitut.lnpallty of th? measure, hut Mr. Lowry says thls wll have no effect until some action i: taken ln tlie courts, and he will pro eeed accordln- to instructlons unti otherwlse advised. Returns have already heen rccelvn< from a number of corporations ln Rich mond and other secllons of the dis trlct, Juit a large majorlty havo po vft heeded frequent warnlngs. JRenal ties are presctibed for falso entrler nnd employes glvlng out any Informa tion will bp prosecuted. lt Is under stood that Richmond llrms wlll attacl tho law unlesa action, is taken elso where. AMUSEMENTS. Academy of Muslc?Polk Mlller. Hijou?"Tlie Cilrl From tbe V. Sj A. Tho Arcudln-a' Show a Big Succc**. It ls hard for thoso who remombe the staid littlo "Dramatic Club" of th Unlversity of Virglnia of sonia slxteo years ago?composed of a few of "th ladies ol' the faeulty," some of the unl versity's English nelghbprs, und a ver fow of tho students?to reulize. tha these "Arcadlans" aro the outgrowt of that modest organization. Tnstead of a.tlmld little farce o a shy skit, In s\>me drawlng room o "the latvn," tliis dramatlc club of tc day presented a full-fledged muslci coniedy last nlght at the Academy < Muslc before a big audlence?an aud ene.o that laughed aud upplauded an laughed agaiu at the amuslng llne the eatchy musio, nnd tho really clov< work of some of the east, to say notl Ing of thc slioer dcllght that lt fe In simply looklng at somo of tho: chorus "girls." There was ono In sort of Salomo costutne who was s'creafh. Some of them werc prott too. and they nll had such a. good tin with the audlence tliat tho ehon may be forgiven l'or dragglng a goi deal. ln splte of the fnltliful and o ergetie efforts of tha muslcal dirocti Alex. Macdonald, who, by tho way. d serves a great deal of crcdlt, for 1 orchestrn, as well ns hls company. w composed of students. Thc story of "Turvyland" deals w; an unhappy country, In which cvei ihliig ls topsy-turvy?tho men Jo 1 cook ing and the woman run tho sta The klng ls about to be turned lt an oystor, when two Amerlcans i 'he ? nolo of th? olny tui upon thelr offoits to remedy the < Isting evils. lt ls all foollshnoss, but it is fur foollstiness, and oxceedlngly well <lo The muslo is light and. tuneful. as Fhould bc, and tho company sang well, for tho most part. XV, ll. Hatrison. who wrote the wh tliitig?book, lyrlcs an.l muslc?took t part of Blllv Pllnt, and pluyod lt w< bxrr the other Amoticnn, Dr. O. Josl Plunki "'as played by a young m who is one of Ihe fuunlest. low 00 etllans i ever saw?Beverly P. tl> (?rules often write of an amatour tl ??lui plavud like ft prolo.^'ionul," o UBUOlly 'lt docan't uu-nn anythlng, jir jfall'a make up. singing. aand iMiii stage presonec WOro really prof si/nal in thek- porfestt.in. And lie nuat naturally funnv. J. C. Warner. th? Ttov. Pull int. mado the. most ol Kinall part. Ho and f. I*>. Lainott, w was Whata Tanlt (once tlie. To DrutllO lui'l a lluok lu tho IU'st whlch thev sang very well indr.d, i> of Huni, but ln tho last act he.81 1 ?, ?pravor to 1'an" tucst nrU*tlo; J,m with a beautiful '??vojco?-a. r linnvv bavitoue. So woll dld ho s ,??-, ?? |s a Pitv thoro was iioi. m .wrltten for Uliu. l.i fih lvQS*A;"*\< Isonomtii 'nado'the prewo-sl girl ln ;?,ml,,uiy, aud SBUg witu caso and pression: Hls volca ls a soft, cloar tohor of good (luality. Horace C.eycr. Jr., as P&racht^ta, got many a laugh ns tho mllliiint suffrdgettu ruling nuf brother wlth n rorf ot Iron. '-'.-? Waller wus moro tl.au good In tno -slss-.y" part Of Tonla Lung, nnd C. .\. Btovens wns flrst-rate iu a amall pnrt wlth a hugo natne. Thoro wcro so many gooit songs. ditets. trlos and chnn.scs that It .? .mpossll.l. to name tln.-m all; tbo au diencc encored every number tin-c ^n-i ^Bankrupt ioticcs. IN THE i >i sTificT ~< -oi nrr OF ti u-: UNITED STATES, FOR THE BA&T ERN 1HSTRICT OF VIRGINIA: In the matter of "V T:l CAKDOZA & ITUBARD, ( ,,?,.,,.., INC, ET AU.-, > Involtintaty Ilonnie b. ri.itr.iN. J Bankrnptcy. It apponrlng to the court th^vthe aUegcl bankrupt, LONNIK R.| 'l-URIN la not an inhabltant of. and camioi be found wlthin. thls Judiclal distrlct and has not voluntarlly entored Wi appearance heroln, and that Pcrsona servlce cannot bo had on (hlm. it t hereby ordered that tho said UO>?U B. PERRIN do appear in this couit. a Its court room or the clerk's offl-: hereof. In thc bulldlng at the corne o f leventh and Franklln Htreets, , the clty of RJ^mond.^VIrglnl^.-b. MONDAY, THE 21ST PA1 OI FEB RTIjVRY 1010. anil plend. answer o demur to tho petltlon liere.tofore li.le. heroln against hlm b.v Cardpza..&. Hub ard ln* ot als.. nnd ln default thereo the court wiil procccd tn a hearlm and adjudlcatlon of tbe cause. It ls further ordered that thls orde be publish.d in Tho Tlmes-Dlspatoli a newspaper of general c?r??Ul*tlon once a week for two sucoesslve week. KD.MUNP WAPl-ILL JB-,^ Unlted Statea Distrlct Judge. Richmond. Va., Fobruary 1, 1?10 (Real) A true copv?Attest: JOSEPH P. BBAr?|.u< "Atte^ni^.or petltloningjredjtoirj NOTICB- OF FIKST MEETING Ol nu i iv-_- CREDITORS. ... rrmr T.TSTRICT COTJRT OF THI 1^4tFvPsTATES. FOR TIIE EAST I_Rk?DISTBICT_OF_ VIRGINIA: tn the matter of | MILTON G. SYDNOR, \ Pankr..ptc. Bankrupt. ,nTTn? G SYP T%o? o?dWarsa^ S=S2??S^2 S-.-d and distrlct aforesald ^X:boroby given Uiat on th 2'TK MILTON ^"'SYDNOR- wa_?'dul fajudU^t?b_^krupt and that th S?i.meeting of credltors wi bo ho ^'C|h?^d^ec?KPrJa^a? pSve ifioir claims. appolnt-^ truste ovamlno tho bankrupt, and transa , .nct? other business as may proper. I come before sald ^^DWEI.I, Retereo ln Bankruptcy. Fobruary 5, 1010 agaln, and lt is hard to Pick tho fa-j orltes. riio whole show was gocl I'd llko toiseo it agaln. XV. D. G,| ^Batift &>tattmtntti. STATKM'J;.\T ~6F TI IK lnNANGIAl CONDITION OF THB Capitol Savings Bank I.OCATED AT RICHMOND. IN TH COUNTY OF HENRICO. STATE C VIRGINIA. AT TIIE CLOSE OP BU INESS JANUARY 31ST, 1910, MAD TO THE STATK CORPORATlC COMMISSION. RESOURCES. Loans and dlscounts.5535,os2 Overdrafts, unsecured. 12'j Bonds. securllles, ot<\, owned, including preml union samo. G0.4OI Furniture and fixtures. 4,523 ; Exehanges and checks ror next day's clearings. 6,653 Other cash Items. 131 Duo from nalional banks.... 1,12; Due from State. banks, pri vate bankers and trust companies. 37.713 Paper currency. 3,162 Fractlonal paper currency, nleltels and cents.'. .. Cold coln . Silver coln . *>S6 Total ?.J<r34,014 LIABILITIES. Capital fttock paid ln.$ 50,000 Surplus fund. 11,193 Undivided protUs, less amount paid for Interest, expenses and taxca. 118 Individual depos? its subject to eheck .?5!?.9S7 64 D o niiind oertifl eates of deposlt 23.1S7 04 Certifled checks.. 156 7S -57".331 All othor Items of ltability, vlz.: Interest reserve . 1,740 Total '.J634.014 I, Ro. IU. Kont, Jr.. Cashier, do solon, ly swear. that the above ls a truo sta1 me.nt of tho llnancial condition of i Capltol Savings Bank, located at Rl< mond. ln the county ot Henrico, Bti of Virginia, at tho close of busln< on tbe 31st day of January. 1910. tho best of my knowledgo and. belle RO. M. KENT. JR.. Cashlct Correct?Attost: JOHN GARLAND POLLARD, A. R. HOLLADAY. JOHN BAGBY, Dlrectot State of Virglnia, City of Richmond Sworn to and subscribed beforo bv Bo. M. Kent, Jr., Cashier, this day of February, 1910. D, W. DURRETT, Notary Publlc My commission oxplres Aprll 1910._ A Special Offer Corsages of 200 Violets, one Gardenier and Ribbon or Cord,.$1-SU Corsages of 300 Violets, one Gardenier and Ribbon or Cord,.$2.00 Florist 109 EAST BROAD STREET Grows More VIOLETS Than All the Other Florists of the City Combined.