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jBacked From Tcns to Sixcs, He Wins in Gallop From Vir? ginia Maid. Tampui Fl?" February 10.?Vour fa vorltes Wof) to-day, wltli tWO well i.layed peeond choice* taklng thu othcr two events, Clnlborhe, In llio* ijXtll roco, wns the good thing or tho uay. [IO was backed from tens to xlr.ru ?t i,0Ht tlme, and won ln a gulUip from Virglnia Maltl, Froutcheon, the odds i.ii favorlte, rinlshed ln the ruck. jockey .'.liisner wns serlously Injured lu tho iir.it race, when hls mount In the two ' car-Old rftca fell with hlm beforo tfic barrlor went U]i and rollod on hlm. Two rlbs were fracturcd nml he Waa iiitcrnally Ibjureil. SuminarlOH; Flrst ract?Ior two-year-oldf, about tbroc filrlohga?Toda Cotlago, 112 iKo'rner), fi to '>. ilrpt; Kathrync Oardner. l O'J (Lfthg), 8 to r., idcbntU ,i|i?. Carter. 'j'j (Colo), 10 ,to 1, third, 'j'luie. i'iG. Second race?for four-ycar-oldit und up, llve and a half ftirlongn, tftlling? tienlon, no (Stoinharat). ?; to :,, nr?ti ir W/iiter Rolllris, ilo iKoernor), 2 to 1 second: Tallow Ulp, ltitj (Mcl-addt ii), 2 lo 1, third. Tlme, 1:11. Third race?thi eo-year-ohlH and up, li\> lurlongit, pi.-lling?A. Muskoday, 111 ftjpton), 2 to 1. flrBl; Cansle Argreggor, 91 (Wrlspen). 0 lo 1, BCCOndl BoU Mav, HO (l>. BOland), .'0 to I, third. Tlme, Fourth race?four-year-olds and un, fivo and a half furlong*. selllng?Tom Oolan, Hl (G. Murphyi, 7 to 10, flrst: Sorrel TOp, 10(5 < Brannon 1, .". to 2. HOc ..nd- W, I. Illnch, iul fStelnhardti, 1 to 1. third. Tlmo. 1:10 3-6. Flfth race?threc-year*oIdF. flve end r half furlongs. selling?Flanhlng, ior, fflpton), fi to 1, llrKt: Tom Tohfey, 108 Gleilly), ? to 1. ieoond; L'rallo, J0G (Lang). '.' to 1, third. Tlme, 1:11 ??.;. Sixth race?four-year-nldp und un. river. furlongs, celllnir?t'lalboru. 109 iKocmer), r, tc 1. lin-t: Virglnia Mald. v.n (D. BOland). 18 to 1. Kftcond; Oesa, lo? (Brannoni, 3 to 2, thlnl. Tltne. 1:83 .'-S. .itsrtler !?r>rinti?i Surprtae, Jacksonvllle. Fla,, Fobruary lt'.?Kld McCoy'a brother, ii. n. Selby, fur .nlshcd a nurprlno here to-day. nnd lncldentally relleved tho Mon crief laycrs of $10,000, wh?n hls nalwart fllly. fritarllor, tln-cati i.-d her fleld In tho opening event al :" to 1. With tho exception of the fourth event. whlch brought together '.<.?-. r Red and Royal Onyx. tho BDOft lo-day was of a dull und vold clnss. A heavy track prevallcd and upitcta wero frequent. Three tholccs were . . ? .-) .1. two of whlch wero quoted iu odds on. Huinmarlea: Klrst race?threo and a half fur? long*, selllng?S'tartler, 101 t'^. Davli<), 1". to 1. tlrnt: Lydia Lee, ilo (TroxlerO. 18 io 1. second: NaiiKhiy Lad. 105 The Craf ts* Price Policy You see, it's like this: Ter several years the Crafts .^lore policy has been pretify well known, not only in this city, but throughout thc whole South. Thc rise of that policy was inspired by selling Pianos lower than other houses. The foundc-r of the business thought it a sound principle to buiJd on. We have never varied a hair's breath from the original idea that had for its motivc?Lower Prices: Our fidelity to that one thought means much to you? the public. If you ask for specific, definite reasons, wed tell you that thc price-system controlling our selling reud ers it impossible for us to -impose exorbiiant profits. When rarc and beautiful Pianos come to us, we don't add extra dollars to thc prices simply because they are rare and beau? tiful. Others do. Wc could, but we don't. When you touch the pith and nerve of t'he matter, you wiil find that our power is derived not only from our ability, but our willingness to sell a great many Pianos at a small percentage of profit rather than a few Pianos at a big one. Which of these schools of msrehandising appeals to you strongest? The Crafts Piano Company, Fi fth and Grace Streets. Open Evenings. % JMany, Lenten season is associatcd with restricted indulgences and curtails the pSssibilities ofan extensive menu. It is to assist the housekceper that the following suggestions of Seasonable Articles are, made, whose nutritious qualities add much to their recognized merits of tastc and dcsirability: Expressed direct from the curer, twicc weekly smoked: , White Fish, lb.30c Finan Haddie, lb..-17c Salmon.40c Kippered Herrings, lb...... 10c The numberless ways of prep aration commends unspeakably the desirability of? French Macaroni, lb-13c Egg Noodlcs, imported-25c Sago.-10c Tapioca, pearl ...-.10c Barlcy.~-~.,10c Farina. Turtlc Beans , Kidney Beans l_!eiitcls . ..?.-.?... 10c .,.10c _10c ....10c Split Peas .J-6c Green Peas.6c Dietetic authorities recognize the value and commend the regular usc of Evaporated and Dried Fruit. Pceled Peaehes-?-20c Extra Large Prunes .20c Bartlett Pears -....... 18c Apricots. ~ ~ ? ~. ?18c 504-8 E. Broad Street Phones: Monroe 101-104. FINE GROCERIES AND WINES. SEEDS! Seed. potalaeH**.'.,"> Onlon Seta, Cnuo Seed, Etc., Etc. Wrlte To??ay. S. T. BEVERIDGE& CO., >.t-''^^ 15117 E??t Cniry Street, lUchiuOttd, Vm, ^w.^.iAiii>i#)iii?l.iiJJJuiiiii<.| THB BEST IS NONE TOO GOOD FOR YOU' BOTTLED IN BOND Say " KENTUCKY" when you ask for " GREENBRIER." For sale by nll dealers. THE OLD SPRINGS DISTILL1NG CO., CINCINNATTI, OHIO. (Garner), 40 to 1, thlrd. Time. 1:^3 1*5. Keeond raoo.?nlx furlongs, brocdorH' purhe?Mlsa Herbert, ill (Obort), 11 to ?r>, first; TliiO'.l-.niorton, 122 (BurnH), 10 to 1, fiocond; flanlet, UO (Iloward), 4 to 6, thlrd. Tlmo, 1:10. Thlrd racc?tlv? furlonsr?, aelllnp? Howily Mmvdy, no (Powers). 2 to 5, flrst; Lucetta, lon (piyer). 8 tn l, hcc oml: Wlilm. !'? (Andressj, 30 to 1, thlrd. Tlmo. 1.02 1-4. Fotirth ra< e?jdx. furloner, hnndloan ?Hoyal Onyx, 113 (gMtWOll), 3 to \, flrBt; P.oofrer Itod, 114 (tatnz), S to 5, Heoontl; Woodlane, 101 (BUttlB), 30 to 1, thlrd. Time, 1:14. I'lfth rftC*?seven furlonK*, sellinB? Ra?an, 110 (Held), 20 to 1, iirst; Sum mt-r Xlffht, lon rpaln). l", t,. i, second: Ctitnel, lou (Butwell), 11 to 10, thlrd. Time, l:2l> 4-6. Hlxth raco?mlln and a Blxteenth, I reillng?Ilarry Hcott, 114 (PowerB), H 10 5, llrxt; Malcdlctlon, 111 (Troxler), 3 to 1, second-. Low Heart. 101 (Ofoertj, Il2 to l. thlrd. Tlmo. 1 :80. JOHNNY KLING TO BE TRIED FEBRUARY 23 Commission May Fine Him $1,000 for His Lay-Off. HE MAY RETURN TO 'cUBs' Chance Wants Catcher, and Chi? cago Fans Demand, if Rein statcd, He Play on Team. New Tork, February 10.?Johnny Kling, tho peerlesu rbackstop of the C.'ubs, wlll havo tO 'walt for a fort nlght beforo he known ln what way hla plea for rclnstatement wlll be reatf-d by the Natlonal CommU'lon. Chalrman Gary Herrmann has aet Wtd ltsday, February 23, 3b tho ds,1u on tvhlcli Jolmnv wlll go ?n trlul for hkc dflclal llfo. On thls day there wlll be v meeting of the natlonal commlsslon ira ln Clnclnnatl. If ElmerWtrlcktett, )f the Stiperbat, and MOnte Pfyl, of the Blants, who now are lnellglble play? ers, the same as Kllng, wlsh to get reinstated they might sxn well f.end ln their applleatlons for pardon now, as the meeting- of February 23 ln all prob ablllty wlll be tho last lmportant ono the eommissioners wlll havo for some time. Fans tho country over are wonderlng what the eommlsslonere wlll do to Kllng, whether they wlll tell hlm to call again In 1913 or Im'-ose a still line on the eatcher and tell hlm never to break baseball laws again. If Kllng in reinstated lie wlll not get off llghtly. Generally a player, when restored to good standtng, has been assesfed $100. The Impression of baseball sharps Is that lf Kllng ls reinstated hls year's lay-off. even lf he dld have the\con sent of hls cmployer, wlll cost hlm $1,000. 'ihe Natlonal Commlsslon has not appolnted anv speclal committee to look up the dope on Johnny. All that Ban Johnson, presldent of the Amerl? can League, and one of the eommis? sioners, dld was to tell hla secretary, ftobdrt McKov, and hls asslstant, A. J. Flanner, lo lind out the number of games Kllng played In Chlcago agalnst the seml-professional teams last sum nipr and the names of the men lie played agalnst. JohnsOn's Instructlons to McP.oy and Flanner gave rlse to tlu. rumor that the Amerlcan League presldent was eolnir out of hls way to collect evldence that would prevent the reinstatement of Kllng. It ls no novelty for a member of the Natlonal Commlsslon to eend after In? formation about a player who haa made hlmself inellgible. Chairman Herrmann often hasi requested John Ueydler to nrocure for hlm certalr. newspaper clipplngs that showed wher. a man under contract to a major leasuc club was pltchlnir games for seml-oro fesslonal teams ln and around New York, yet Hevdler dld not consldei hlmself ar-olnted a speclal commttte. to pass on the man's slandlng. If K.intr ls reinstated he'll orobabb p!av ln Chlcaeo. The Peerless Leadei Isn't golng out of hls way to helr strencthan the Glants bv handlne. then a plaver who nrobably would helt them linish ahcad of tbe Cubs. Charc< wants Kllnif. and the Chicago fans ar< demandlng that If Johnrtv ls relnstatet lio olay with tbe Cubs. Kllng, o 1 course, would like to come here, bu j tho chances are extremely sllcht o 1 his belng allowed to do so. I Kllng, when ho found that busines. i ln hls pool cmnorlum wasn't up ti exDectatlons. started to do a lot o ? thlnkinc. He finallv declded lhat 1 ! would be more to his flnancial advant j aee to nlay ball ln the summer tlm i and put his bUBlnaas in charsre o 1 hii asslstant than to stay ln Kansa 1 Clty and take a chance on increasln his revenue by runnlng a semi-profes slonal team and belng hls own bos in the conduct of the uool emporlun There ia a blsr sallry awaltlnc Johnn lf he ls reinstated by tho Nationt Commission. but his bank roll wl be conslderably deoleted bv the st! fine be ?wlll havo to oay. The r"ltn of the Natlonal Commlsslon on Klinc ca.se wiil be ono of the most Impor ant declslohs haseball's supreme coui ever handed down. THIS AI SHRE IN ClfiEEHM Feature of Day's Play in ? Valentine's Golf Tourna i?ent. [Special to The Tlmes-Dispatc'n.1 Pinchurat, N. <?., February 10.?Ea. n-.atches in the morning, and Koi play ln the afternoon, resultcd lu t day's flrst and second- match pU rounds of tho slxth ajinual St. Vale tlne's golf tournament. ln wliich W. Travis, of Gardpn Clty; H. XV. Perri of tho Merion T.rlckot Club,. Henry Fowncs, of Oakmont. and M. D. Fot of Apawamla, nro tho survlvors. To-morrow Mr. Travis meots JU Perrln, and Mr. Fownes plays Mr. Fot PerhapB tho most lntorostlng mat of the dav was tho ono between R Travis and Mr. Snare, whlch the seve teentli green declded. At tho turn, t Fmglewood player was ono downi t tenth was halved, Mr. Travis won t eleventh, lost tho twolfth, halved t thlrteonth. won iho fourtoenth ln p three, lost tho flfteenth by mlssinj? short ptitt, halved tho slxteonth a won tho sovontoenth ln two. , Mr. Travis waa playing a atea gamo, rounding out two thirty-nlnos un oight-y-sQCond total for Mr. ?jna who got into all Itlnds of trouble, l nianaged to Uaop ln tho runnlnu brllllant rocoverlos. Tho aurprlso of tho day was tho . feat of J. P. Gardner, of Mldlothli who won tho quallflcatlon prold met yostorday, from AValtor J. Travla, Mr, Sriare, ln the mornlnar round. . . STISWAItllS APPROVB PIMUOO ItACH DAT Now Yorlt, Fobrijary 10.?Ttaclne' Plmliop from Anrll 20 to May 7, I clttslvoi was approved hy tho stewar of tho Jockey Clult to-day, Tho ? polntmont of tho followlng oflloluls i tlio spring nieuUng of tlio Murvla .Toclcoy Club waa also utmrave.l: Sto ards, August BolmfRt, Wllllam M. Mti ly and Tltomius CTvdo: Judges, XV. TUggs and 10. C. Stnlth; Clork ot t -Salos. H. P. Conklln; Handlcapp I^MUliv-IvCl^ftWi'mMtiitJXvAt.JJ^JQaAt' COACH BOCOCK FINEE? FOR SERVING BEER AT DINNER TO BALL TEAM V. P. I. Trainer Entertained Members of Foot? ball Squad, and Town Sergeant Had Warrant Issued Because Beer Was on Menu. (Speclal to The Tlmos*ClspatohJ Roanoke, Va., February 10.?AtClirls* tlansburg, lu tho Montgomory County Clrcult Court, yesterday, ,'ludgo XV, \v. Moffutt Imposed a. flne of $35 on Branch Boeock, a cadet ot tho Virglnia I'oly technlc Instltute, for vlolatlon oC a Stato stututo ln frervlnif beer at an ontertalnmeiU glven by hlm lu honor of members ot tho V. P, I. football team. In rccognltion of the splendld record of tho football players, Bdcock ^av... n atipper. lt look nlttco In a boardlng hcmsn ln Blacksburg, The menu ln? cltlded beer, wlilch BoCOOk had ordered to be shlppld to hlm. Hearing of the. prcacncn of thls beVorago ln the bftn cjuet hall, tho town sergeant of Blacks OUINTS !0 MEET Basketball Games Between Ran dolph-Macon and Hampden Sidney. [Special lo The Tlmes-Dlspatch.] Ashland. Va., February 10.?To-mor? row mornlng tho Itandolph-Macon bas? ketball squad leaves for Hampden .Sldney College, to play a double-header with tiio qtilnt of that school. Thc members of tho team are: Smlth, Stnlthey, Bevllle. Buhrman and Hardy, with Simpsou and Brown as subs, TheSO men have been showlng up to advantago wlthln th_ last fow weeks, wlnnlng a pretty name last Saturday over William and Mary's team, and lt The 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 alliance or amalgamation with manufacturers 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 direc tion, with thc flattering result that to-day the Steinway is proclaimed evervwhere At our store, 103 East Broad Street, you will find all the Stein? way styles in grands and uprights. And remember that when you purchase a Steinway you make ar investment that does not depre ciate with years, but is worth thc money you paid for it after yoi have used it almost a lifetime. Walter D. Moses & Co 103 E. Broad Street. Oldest Music House in Virginii and North Carolina. Write for beautiful catalogue o the Steinway and other Pianos. S3?2 "Let Miller Pny the Exprcss." My Rare, Fruity, Pure Wines, Whiskeys and Brandies Are the kind upon which all tasles agrec. The quality is vouchsafed for by my thirty-scven years of successful continuous experience. Wc fdl your order with the samo care that tho pharmacist oxercUca in lilling your doctor's prcscriptiou. Whcrevcr good"'' distillates aro tuadc wc go after oura. Mail orders aro a spcctally. Write for complete price Ust. Frank Miller Importcr of Choice Wines, Whlskles, Bran * dles and Cordlnls, 1204 East Maln Street. Phone Monroo 439. burg reported to tlie Mnyor, laylng tlm clrcuin.sin.ncc;-. I.Mor,, hlm. A warrant wum peeured, nnd tho fcrgeant went tri ihe boardlng houso and plaoed Ro* cock undor arrest. The COMO tome up yesterday ln the ClrcuH Court beforo Judge Moffctt, who, ftftor hearing thn oviaence, fined Boeock $..". ln renderlng hls oplnlon,! Judgo Moff.lt hiild tho evldence. dld not allow that the young mon werc lu any i" way dlsorderly, but that they ware conductlnp themselvea with nroprlety. ( und lhat. he. was Batlsfled that Mr. Bo- I cock had not served beer at hla on tortainment. with any Intention to vln- I late the law; that ho had ncted purclv through Igiiumnce, and that thP court Imposed the flne chlefly wltli a view to Inslruetlng other young men as to what Ihe law feftlltred. is certaln that they wlll put un a good artlclo In tho Ilumpdcn-Sldney games. , Cooch Warren has heen trying out IiIh track men for severai weeks, de splte bad weather nnd a ntlcky track. I'rlor to the Itichmond meet Saturday nlght he hopes to glve them a tryout on tho Indoor course. The relay team will i>o composed of White, W. B.J Hlte. Wray and Java. Dawson and Long wlll enter tho -lio-yard contest. BR1GHTPR0SPEGTS Thirty Baseball Applicants En* gage Daily in Indoor Practice. [.Special to Tho Tlmea-Diapatch.l Charlottesville, Va., February 10.? The Fayerweather gymnaeium at tht unlversity of Virginia presents a llvo ly scene these afternoons as the ap pllcants for the battery posltlons on the baEeball team shake the klnks out of their muscles, after long disuse Of course, It ls much too early to gci much of a line on tho new men. bul from tho lively interest and even en thuslasm dlsplayed by those who have already begun work, it ls safo to pre dlct that there will be some llvelj competltion for permanent seats lt. tho pltcber's and cateher's boxes. Nlne promislng twirlera ancl fout catchers aro among tho number whe have reported. Thoso out for practlce now are Douglas, Witmer and Mcln tyre, of last year*s sciuad; Booker, Throckmorton, of Richmond College; Grant, of the Eplscopal Hlgh School; Davet. of Orlando Hlgh fechool; Rehan, of Notre Dame: Young, of K. M. I.i Anderson, of C. lf. S.; Schmldt, Walker and White. Thc thirty applicants %vho hnvo al? ready reported for practice are at pres? ent dlvlded Into two squuds. tho bat? tery men occupying the cage- on Tues days, Thursdays and Saturdays from 3 to 5 P. M., and the ln and outilclders on tho ulternate afternoons at the same hours. Only very llght practlce ls as yet Indulged in, the tlme belng occu pled prlnclpally ln short, overhand throws, lnterspersed with a llttle stlck work. Late applicants for battery positlons are Stanton, Spratt, Dowell, Foster. Connelly, Ncff, Garrett, Cartor and Clark. IlIcbnioi.il Track Meet. The Ust of men to bo taken to the Richmond track meet next Saturday has not been announced by Manager Cecll, of the Virglnia track team* The number will be few, however, as tho meet has no handicap events. George Washington thK year has not the ma terlal for a fast relay, so wlll not rfleot Virginia for tiio championship of tho South. as ln past years. But arrange ments have been mado between tho George Washington relay and tho Vir? glnia second team for a raeo to take placo in tho Richmond meet. AMUSEMENTS. Polk aud Colonei Tom. _. The "Two Old Confederates,"' Polk Mlller aud Colonei Tom Booker, ol Amella. with the former's thlmltabh quartot of darkey slngers. entertalncc a largo and an exceedlngly apprecta tlve audlence at tho Academy las evenlng with the songs and stories, th. banjo muslc and the plantation PS and breakdowns of the tlmes "befo d waw." Tho "Watermelon Party," th "Huckleberrv PIcrile." "Old Dan Tuck er" and "The Bonnie Blue Flag" de lighted everybody, us usUal. Colonc Booker rendered "A Uttle More Cidc for Mlss Dlnah" ln the true old*tlm spirit, und Polk's delineatlon of th darky in manner nnd dlalect was pet feet. as it is always. There is reall only one Polk Mlller. Colonei Ton from Amella, proVed himself last nlgt an able?even a dashlng?lleutenant. A featuro of the cntortalnmeni wu the presence of a number of the graj clacl veterans from the Soldlers' Honi To them particularly the occaslon we ono of "Old times come agaln oni more." ^^^^ Splllmnu UlgtiS. . ' ., " Splllman Rlggs. one of tho bei known humorous entertainors on tt lyceum clrcults, will uppear at tl Academy this evenlng, contlnuing tl excellent Raclcliffo concert serles a> ronged for this city. To Uioae seeklng an oventns ol wol balancod amusement and lustructloi tho lecturo wlll prove one of the mo: agreeablo numbera of tho cntlt course. Mr. Rlggs ls a ready speake. with an unusual l'ucillty for plt turesouo expression. and ln addltlo can slhg and Whlstle a new thougt home, and occaslonally also recite fine original poem. Ho la a good tyr of the all-ardund entertamer, wit nothing of tho clown about hlm. Som of hls lectures, such os "Muslcal Flt and Misiits," havo become know ihroughout the country. Tho popularlty of Mr. Rlggs In othc cltles ls tho best Indication of hi nbllity. Ilo always draws a big ai cilence, end doubtloss wlll do tho sam thing here. CBEEIlliCTEO T Terms Added to Many Convict for Second Offenses and Attempts to Escape. There was overy appearance tliat convlct road forco lu strlpes and wit guards had taken possesslon of tli Cltv Circuit Court yesterday. Sever tccii mon had tivo years each addod t thelr terms i?V having baon convlete a second tlmo of felony oflonses. \yhll ten oiher.s had ono year added to the toritiB for havlng escapinl or aUemptc t? qaoapo, from tho Stato farm or froi Bome oonvlot road givng, William Green was convlcted t\\v lu tho samo day, and by the same jur Ile, wns lirst Jndicted for, havlng ei "The Seal on the Door" ' The Pierce-Great-Arro is the only automobile which e: joys the distinction of bearing tl_ imprint of the Seal of the Unit States upon its doors. The President uses two Piero Arrow cars in Washington. st er Motor Car Co 605-611 W. BROAD STREET, At Elba. \ Pierce-A rrow Frank lin Buick caped from tlie State farm eomo tlmc ago, and glven an additlonal year to serve. Then the manager ot the farm brought it to tho attentlon of the jury that when ho tooic "French leave" he took along- a fine horse also. He waa Indicted for horse-steallng, anj glven three yeara on belng- found g-ullty by the Jury. Isaac Washington and Gus Rogers, both charged with belng second-term men, were acquitted as not belng tlie '. samo men as former Inmates of the j prlson of tho samo names. and went j back to servo out their terms wlthout additlonal sentence. John Jones and J. W. Blaclt, charged wlth having vlo latcd the terms cf their pavole, were romanded to ths prlson to serve out their orlgmal terms. Charles Wilson, charged with having made an atiack ] on F. W. Taylor, a foreman for tho Va- I vls Boot und Shoo Company, was ac qultted. Tho following had five yeara each added to their terms as aecond-term men; J. B. Plunkett. Henry Walton, Honry Bonner, James Brown, 'Wllllam Taylor, Robert Moore, John Green, Arthur Bradshaw, George Peters, James Emory, Horaca Nlchols, James Wlllls. | John Jones, Charles Coles, Jesse Hil- ' ton. Robert "Wood and Forest Jones. One year was added to the terins of each of the following us having made an attempt to ascape: Samuel Holden, hclpto Watklns, Ben SUtton, John Gru der. John Moss, Edward Moore, James Wlllls. William AsklSfl aud A. J. Roop. #l?^dd I have put on an extra team at my Richmond yard thl I might be able to del ver 'fuel to housekeepers the day o dered. I have also opened a branch at Highland Par which assures every resdent prompt delivery of the xei, best Wood or Coal at owest city prices. Thcrefore, I appe to al the northern suburbs for the r business with thn guararitees?lowest price, best fuel and prompt dehyer That's all. I am the -Wood Man in Richmond, and ha\ been for ycars. I sell first-class heat-givtng Oak or Pinc z same price. I also sell Slab and Il.ckory Wood. My Anthracite, Splint, Fire Creek, Pocahontas, Ne River Lump, New River and Pocahontas Steam Coke an Cumberland Smith Coal all bum to ashes or JL wiil haul i back. I have a little low-price fuel, if you like it. I only as a trial. General Office Phone, Madlson 1069. Highland Park Branch Phone, MonroO 1320 in nddl .1 a eom nt Judgru ildent at We Are Hourtnunrtrrs for Soiwlor SEEIW of all kind.. flt". ind ffl?J S..J?. 0?."d?u .u.l _'lo? ?.- S.. J,. Seed roUUw.. Ouii.-l ?;l?, Cow l*f,'l,?f.i*,'',?"*'"' |?l oll SEEDS of Ui. hiutt.tt qttsltlr ?ml (.rmiuatibn. llritdforonrtUtl. UlMOgQ-. ^ DIGGS & BEAOLES* Seed Merchants .itlous iinWExausa Safety Razor By our Sp?Clal Process We guarantcc to make your Old Dull Blad___ Better Than New for above price. Razors Honecl antl Set, 15c each. , j%*%*% Sclsaora antl Krtfves sharpened by expertd. Mail ordera reccivc promflCC attentlon, The "SHARP-O" Compair No, 308 MUTUAL BUILDING. Tlilef Gcts Sl.* Month; Georgo B. Turner, colored, tenced to six months lu jail Court yesterday for steallni ware from Edgar G. Gunn. Tu arrested by detectlves, and cieny the eharge. Marrlnge Ltcennen. Marriage llcenses wero lssui clerk's olflce' of the Hustlnf vesterday to Coswell W. Fran Elenora Ford; Henry C. Rol Mamie Long, and MIke Fc Mary Lilllan Burch. HORSE SHOW BUILI Saturday Itflebt, Feb. Vlth, S Intercollegiate Indoor Track EEST ATHX.ETES OF I 33 Leodlns Schools und Athle* ot. Virglnia and Jlmylnail and i of Colunibla. Tickets on salo at McCoy'e, and Broad; Cren3haw's, ? Elevc * Maln,_? BIJOU-THIS W HARRY SCOTT CO.'S MUS DRAMATIC XOVELTV "THE GIRL FROM U. With thc Original "Candy Kid," RAY RAYMO As "Dick Weston," the Boy from Next Week.?Yorkc and Ac "Africa."