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r m.-;? Aged Son of Himyar Romps Home in Front of Field. Jaoksonvllle, Fla., February 18.?.1. TV, Kchorr's aged son of Himyar, Chnrllo Eastman. added another vic? tory to hls already long llst at Mon crlof thls afternoon, when he romped homo In front of hls fldd in the Koy AVest selllng atakcs. II, I_ Shaw, who finlshed second with hls* filly, Top Notc, bid up tho wlnner $1,000 over Ihls entered price, srcnrlng him for 12,son. Incldentally establlshlng the record run-up of tho meeting. SUfn marles: Flrst race?threo and a half fur? longs. purse?Jack Detiman, 118 fNir-oi), 5 to 1, flrst; Slr Kenrnoy, 118 tuinz), 10 to 1. spcond; Clay, 118 (Trnxlor). e, to fi. thlrd. Tlme. M8. Second race?flve and a half fur? longs, selllng?Schleswlg, 03 (l'oasel, fl to i, first: Gold Dii.-t, lor, (Butwell), 13 to 10, second; Harold Hall, 108 (Powers), 1 to I. thlrd. Tlmo, I;07 2-5. Thlrd race?flve and a half furlongs, eoliing?Manhelmer. 108 fMcCarthy), fi to G, first; Mozart, io;, (Moss), 16 to 1. second; Infreno Queon, flfi (Dreyer), 10 to 1. third. Tlme. 1:08. Fourth race?Kcy West, selllng stakes. six furlongs?Charlle Eastman, 11 d fRurns). fi to 5. flrst; Top Note, !>9 (Obert), R to 1, second: Dr. Hark li*v. 101 (Davis), 13 to G, thlrd. Tlme, 1:12 3-5. Fifth race?on* mllo. selllng?Rag man. 102 (Iteld). 12 to 1, flrst; Hoorav. 108 (Powers), 8 to 1, second; Otllo, 10? (Musgravo). G to 1, thlrd. Tlme. 1:40 1-5. Slxth race?mile and a slxteonth, iTllinK? Temptor, 94 (Henry). 13 to 2, flrst: Cyndy. 93 (Klngi. 10 to 1. sec? ond: Woolstonc, 106 (Musgravc), 7 to 1, third. Tlme. 1:48 3-5. IJnd T)n*r for Fnvnrllr*. Tampa, Fla.. February IS.?For the flrst time slnc* tho meeting open<*.l hrro six favoritos were beaten. Tho talent sufferod accordlngly. The rhicf ups<?t of tho day was on Groenlawn In the fifth. Ile wns l.ackod from lons to twos, and was left at the post. Bummarle?: First rac?for two-yoar-olds and up, thre? furlongs?Mrs. Cnrtcr. 99 (Cole), 10 to 1, first; Golrlon Ruby. 119 (Fratik llp). even, serond; Alcnzar, 102 (Mar? tln l. 3 to I, third. Tlmo. :38 3-.r.. Srond raoo?throe-ycar-olds and up. flve and a half furlongs. solling? Mary Candlemas. 106 (Franklin i. 4 lo 1. first: Bannade. 91 (BtirtonN 2 to 1, scc Musical Artists PREFER THE PIANO Because its tone is morr beautiful and expressive, its singing quality greater, and its scalc more perfect and even than that possessed by any other piano. Thc style of case design in the Stieff is most artistic. and made in all woods. The price is most reasonable when taking into considcration the very su pcrior quality of the instrument. Call or write for our special cata? logue and pricc list. Chas. M. Stieff, (Eitablished 1342). 205 East Broad Strcet. L. B. SLAUGHTER, - Manager. 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Call up , Lee Fergusson Piano Company, 119 ?, Broad Phone Madison 022L XottledXeers mtiOtred Tre<h from ^rt^try Lager Beer, Boxof 2 Dozen.%x.oo Challcnge, Box of 2 Dozen. _#_0 Bavarian (dark) Box of 2 Dozen. _,ao Edelbrau, Box of 2 Dozen. 1.50 Addltlonal eharge 26 cents each dozen tor bottlea, and _.r, cente each box. Thoae amounta ratunded upon return. ond; Sully Savnge, 91 (.Stelnhardt), 2 to 1, third. Time, 1:11 2-5. Third race?two-yenr-olds and up, six* furlongs?Our Nugget, 01 ffUoln hardt), 8 to 5, first; Morpeth, 90 (Bur ton), 2',_ to 1, second; Flemlng, 108 (Cole)i I to B, third. Tlme, 1:17 4-'.. Fourth race?four-year-olds and up, six furlongs. selllng?Bonebrake, 109 Uvoerncn. 3 to 1, flrst; Occldehtal, 101 (Stelnhardt), even, second; Sanona Girl, 106 (Murphy). 10 to 1, third. Tlme, 1:19. Fifth race?thrce-year-olds anrl up, five nnd a half furlongs, selllng?In spectlon, JjS (Nlcol), 6 to 1, flrst: Emi nola, lor, (Shoemaker), 8 to l, second; fonvlllc, 103 (Irvln), 6 to 1. third. Time, 1:11. Slxth race?four-year-olds and up, seven furlongs, selllng?Great .iubilee, 10-7 (Fpton), 3 to 1, flrst: John Garner, STILL DEADLOCKED IN NATIONAL LEAGUE New York, February 16_The Na .ional League magnates aro still dead ocked on thc schedule riue.'tloii. As ;vas the case yesterday. they convened it 2 o'clock thls afternoon, and re nalned in session untll to-nlght. un ible to deelde on either the 168 or he 164 game schedule proposals. Ac lordlngly, at the nlght session, It -was leclded to turn lo a dlscusslnn of ?ulcs and to resume the schedule de ?ate at 2 P. M. to-morrow. After the magnates had been in scs ?fon four hours to-day, Presldent :>yneh announcr-d that there was a lopelesa deadtock. and tliat bv ronsent lie further conslderation of tiie sched ile had gone over untll to-morrow. rhe balance of tho evening session, he tald, would be spent in ronslderation >t tha report of the rules committee. \ ballot on the schedule was taken vhen tho meetlng was flrst called to >rder. This showed that tbe sltuation LOSIE PBEST1EE English Boxer Acts Like a "Quit tcr"?Fitzpatrick's Prediction. New York. February 16.?In stopping Seaman Hayes in six rounds at the Natlonal Sportlng Club, London. Mon? day nlght, Jeni Drlscoll, thc Rrltish fcatherwclgiu champion, did not sur prlse thc talent, inasmuch as Hayes was twlce beaten in 1007 in praetically the same length of time by Freddie Welsli, tho English llghtwelght cham nion. But Drlscoll clearly demonstrated that he is a oangerous man for Welsh, who according to cable reports is not DveranxloiiH to meet hlm. Welsh and Drlscoll agreed to flght recently at 1.10 pounds, but It seems that Welsh ias hlocked further proceedtngs by )bjections to Eugene Corrl for referee. i'orri la a hlghly respected member of i he Natlonal Sportlng Club, and prob ibiy the lairest referee in Great Britain. 80 that Welsh's objectlon ls -egarded ln the nature of a crawl. Meanwhlle McFarland. ihe Chlcago | Duglllst, Is hot on Welsh's trail and j lis demand for a match Is generally ?ommended on the other slde. So much ,o that Welsh wi]] probably be forced I :o take him on for the title at the _ngllsh llghtwelght limit, 130 pounds, _aling at least threo hours before ' OFFICIAL AMERICAN LEAGUE SCHEDULE, 1910 [Special to Tlie Tlmes-Dlspntcb.] ( bii-iic". February 16? The American ?ea_uc announced its Mvhctlulc for 1010 to-dnj-. One of its feature.- lx thai it contnin* iiuly u feiv ?.'onfllctliic ihuo tvhh the Xntionnl League. Tlie llMt contalns thc oustoniury 154 ksuion. Cblcngo, ns usual, ha* thc Rrcnlest number of confllctlns: dates. Thcrc nrp eljjht eln.xue? between the two loonl clubs. St. I.ouls lins the only olber eoufllct*. Tlie Chlcasro Club tlrcw mnny of the choice dates, hnvlnc .luly 4 ,Lab4?r Dny, scventecn Sunilnys nnd fourteen Snturduys. The scnuou wlll open on Aprll 14. with* the foIlowinK Kames: St. Louis nt Chlcajgo, Clcvcland nt Detrolt, Philadelphia nt Wnshinston nnd Iloston nt Xcw York. The flrst sectlonnl sertcs wlll open in thc Enst on Mny 10, with Clcvclnnil nt l'lill utlclphln, CIiIcubo nt Washlncton, Detrolt nt Ncw Vork nud St. Louls at Boston. CH1CAGO ST. EOCTS DETHOIT CLEVE_AND WASHINGTON _TII_ADI3_rHIA NUW YORK AT HOME 07 (Murphy), 2>,_ to 1, second; Grace .liriba.II, 105 (Kocrncr), 11 to ?, third 'Ime, 1:31 1-5. A. AM) M. Pl'TS OUT Ql INT. ollege's Fnsl nnaketbnll Tenni I.eavea on IrilfliH Trlp. [Speclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.1 West Ralelgh, N. C, February 16.? tanager Fereby, of the baakotball earn of the A. and M. College, has rranged two games for thls week. he team will leave here to-morrov Ight for Bingham School, of Mebanc '. C, whero they will play their flrst ame. and will leave Mebane Friday venlng for Guilford College. Oull jrd, N. C, wlth whom the second ame of the season will be played on nturday. As thls is the flrst basketball team ie college has ever put out, the re ilts of these two games are lookeri >rwa.rd to wlth much Interest by the atlre student body. was the same a^ yesterday; that Drcy fuss, of Plttsburg; rlermann, of cin cliinati. and Dovey; of Boston. favored the short schedule of 164 games. The five others voted for the adoptlon of Ihe long schedule. The rules of the league require six votes to adopt any schedule. When to-day's session began. Ebbets, :>f Brooklyn, said: "Dreyfuss and Her mann want a short schedule because they thlnk they have a chance to wln the pennant If they thought they did not have a chance they would be for the long schedule." "Well. then. that means you fellows tave not any pennant hopes." ssid llermann, and tliat started the flght. Ilorace Fogel, of the Philadelphla club. was stlll in bed with the gout. and he sxpressod his intention of remalnlng there untll the league meetlng is over. Thls wll! prevent the settlment of the :lalm of former Manager Murray agalnst Fogel for two years' salary. ring tlme, or stand In the llght of a riuitter. Welsh has talked so much about the alleged timidlty of Battllng Nelson that Englishmen. so the cable dlspatches state, cannot understand why he should hesitate to make matehes wlth both Drlscol] and McFarland. Because of his backward ness, therefore, lt is said tliat Welsh is losing much of his former presti_e and la regarded in some quarters as a biuffer. Johnson l? Overrated. Sam Fitzpatrick. who made Jack Johnson, is out with thc bold predic tlon that Jeffrles will bury the big negro in the coming heavywelght champlonshlp flght. Fitzpatrick says Johnson Is overrated and will show the white feather when the boiler maker puts on the pressure. Jcffries is on his way to San Franclsco with thc promlse that he will begln active tralning without further delay. He will have a confab with Promoters Gleason and Coffroth, wlth the result that Frlsco will be named as the bat tleground. It is reported that Jeffrles has tired of Tex Rickard's incessant talking and is anxious to set him aslde. Veteran Annonncers In a Group. During the fifteen-mile race in the Garden on Monday night six veteran announcers found themselves in a group and procceded to recall old times. Steve O'Donnell. Jolmny Dunn, Fred Burns, Peter Prunty, Joe Humph rcys and Charley Harvey, who liave Introduccd many famous pugilists, wrestlers and athletes to the New York sportlng public for many years past, had a handshaking beethat amused the veterans. The incident was so un usual that they could not iet it pass JOHNSON PRESIDENT FOR TWENTY YEARS American League Re-Elects Its Chief Executive at Salary of $25,000 a Year?League Agree ment Renewed for Same Period. Chlcago, Jll., February 16.?Byron Eancroft Johnson was re-eloclcd presl? dent, secretary and treasuror ot tho American League, at a salary said io ho $25,000 a year, at the cloPliig ses? sion of thc annual schedule meeting to-day, The agrcement under which the leaguo has exlstcd since November. 1000, was rencwed for a perlod of twenty years. In tho new agrcement Is a clauso forblddlng any club owner or holder of stock ln any club, to hold sjiares In any other club ln the league, except as an "emer? geney measure." All the other artlcies of the agreement wcrc retalned ln th? ncw one. Unlform tickets, with rain check coupons, practlcally the same ns now In use In the Natlonal League, wero adopted. A schedule of l.",4 games, oponlng on April 14 and closlng on Oc? tober 9, was unanlmnusly adopted. It was announced tliat tlie dates solected would bp retalned Whether tli? National League plays 151 or 188 games. If tho Natlonal League seleots the shorter season thcrc wlll be onlv ton con [Hctlng dates between the two ieagncs Efght of theso will be In Chlcago. and two others ln St. Louls. B This is tlie Jongest tenure of ofllee to which any baseball presldent was pvr-r elected. It was made roexistent with the length of the new agrcement. " is snld that Charles A. Comlskev of wlthout cmploying- the servicr-s of one of the flashlight photographcrs. .\ew Track for Indoor Hailn_. Future indoor running raoes in the Oarden wlll be decided ovej a track made of earth and sawdust. The board floor provldes too hard a surface for a long grlnd. Whlle Meadows and Ljungstrom dld not appear to bc han, dlcapped in this respect, friends or Hans Holmer said that the usually fleet Canadlan was unable to do hlm? self justice. McGraw "Wants Konetchy. Presldent Robison, of the St. Louls Cardinals, admitted that some time ngo Manager McGraw, of the Glants, of? fered four players for Flrst Baseman Konetchy. Robison stated that the offer was turned down because the loss of Koney would havo meant einpty benches In the Mound Clty. In speak ing of thc Giants' new outfielder, Al Shaw. who was sold by him to Brush ror $1,500. Robison said: "Shaw may be a good man for the New Yorks. He Is a hard, frce hltter ind an excellent fielder, but we let nlm go because Bresnahan bclieved he "?as not fast enough in base stoaiing. He has plenty of speed in gettiner lown to first base, but that Is hls lmit. McGraw. however, may bc able :o coach him successfully, for Shaw s a willing worker and has plenty of imbition." MISS FD1E5 LED FIELD 11 MATCH Three Eights Qualify for Wo? men's St. Valentine's Tournament. [Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch. 1 T'lnehurst. N. C, February 16.?Miss Mary Fowncs. of Pittsburg, led the rield ln the quallfication round of the mnual St. Valentine golf tourna nent for women to-day, wltli a card of ?9. Three eights qualiflcd, with these icores: I " Flrst eight?Miss Mary Fownes, _' Pittsburg, 50, 19-? 99; Mlss E. B. Klklns, Pltt-burg. 4S, 54?102: Mrs. Willlam ! t' West. Camden, 52. 52?104; Mrs. "W. J. [?"aith. New York, 51, 53?104; Mrs. W. M. Weaver, Philadelphia, 55, 69?114: Miss I. Linton, Montreal, 59. 58?117; Mrs. Benjamin Wolf, Philadelphia. 63, 56?119: Mrs. A. C. Summer, New Vork. 6t, 5S?119. Second eight?Mrs. H. St. John Smith, Portland. 56, 64?120: Miss Ethol .""heck, New York, 61, 59. 120; Mrs. lames H. Liebman, Boston, 60, 63?123: Mrs. W. S- Benson, New York, 59. 66? 125: Mrs. J. A. Maxwell, Laneaster, 60, 57?127: Mrs. j. O. Llnneman. Llma, O.. 62, 65?127; Mlss C. E. Renwick. N'ew York, 67, 61?128; Mrs. Edward Worth. Media, 63, 65?12S. Thlrd eight?Mrs. J. a. Swan, New -hlcago, and Benjamln S. ShlbC of hiladelphla, were tho men behlnci this dgnal trlbuto to Mr. Johnson as a eaguo leader. The adoptlon of a twenty-year agree nent wns snid tr> be in the nature ?f u compromlse. Some of the" club iwners favored the renewal for ten ?ears, whlle others spoko for a per >etunl agreement, such as now exists n the Natlonal League. Thls waa he maln subject of a." debate. in yes erday'a meetlng, and the vollng on t waa postponed untll to-day. The article adtlerl to the agreement. orbldlng "syndlcate baseball," reads .s followa: "Syndicato baseball Is prohlbited, ex opt ns an emcrgency measure, and hen only wltli the consont of the eague's presldent and directors. shall i. stockholder ln one club own or con rol stock In another club in the ?Vnv-rlcan League under pennlty of >eing voted nnd dealt wlth as an indeslrable assoclate. and barrerl from l11 connectlon with the loague." The Saginaw Club. of the Southern ?Ifchlgan League, secttred two Amerl an recrults. It purchased Second taseman Wenver from Cleveland and 'Itcher Arnold from Philadelphla. The amo club also bought Pltcher Buc ress from the Springfleld, Mo., club. The majority of the clubowners and nanagers left for their homes to ilght. i'ork, 60, 69?129; Miss C. Purdy. New Vork, 63, 66?120: Mrs. J. P. Gardner, Jhlcago, 66, 68?134: Mrs. L. E. Real!. L'niontown, Pa., 62, 73?135; Miss B. M. Jonley, Brooklyn, 60, 67?136; Mrs. D. j. MacKay, Toronto, 67. 69?136; Mrs. r. J. Check, New York. 04, 82?146; ?Miss A. E. MacKay, Toronto, 73, 76? 119; Mrs. G. G. Hammond, Boston, 66, 53?119. ?Won tie play off. ? 100 LONG BEUTED Nothing Done Till River antl Harbor Bill Was Already in House. [Special lo The Tlmea-Diapateh.] Waehlngton, D. C. Februsry 16.?P.epra ntatlve Lamb haa had aevcral lettera pro atlng against the provlalon In the river id harhor bill of tho Houae for tho Janiea Iver. M'hen aaked to-day concerning the. tuntlon he aald: "I have juat written a letter, giving my rle of the oontrovcray. The Commlttee on ivrrs and Harbora held mcetlngs for ncar a month. and on severa! occnalona I called Us to the attention of the Chamber ot mimerce of rtichmond and prlvato citlzena ? l?tt?r and otherwise, aaylng that I would i glad to have thclr co-operation ln aecur. c as large an amount as possible for the iprovement of the James. In the com alnts to me a comparlaon of tho report ' the Treaaury as well aa tha Internal evenue Department of aurns paid the ntted Ptates by the citles of rtichmond id Norfolk ls made. The rlver and harbor iproprlatlons are mado upon the basis of ie actual commerce carried on, and not lon reports of amounts received from in mal rerenue and bank taxablo values. "Aa a. matter of fact, the representative om tho Norfolk dlatrlet falled to aecure, iproprlatlon for Norfolk harbor. and the presentatlvo from tho Flrm Dlstrlct falled i aecure any appropriation for Newport ews harhor, though their cfTorlB were irneat and perslstent for approxlmatoly M.ooo for onc and J.W.000 for tho other. "The appropriation of 1.100.000 referred to as for improvlng the channal to Norfolk arbor and Newport News. Va., hy the re oval of Thimble Shnal ln accordaneo with ie report submltted ln House. document No. I. Slxty-flrat Congress. sccotid session. "ln fact. thla appropriation of $300,000 gocs m-nrds Impronng the navlgatlon of Jamca '?ver. and equally cnures to the bencfit of Ichmond. "I am very aorry that thu Chamber of nmmeree drlayed tlic conaideratlon of thia latter till tho report of the rtlvera and larbors Committee was already ln th. ouae. "I call attention to tho further fact tliat ie 5100,000 appropriation for James Itlvcr made a couilnuing appropriation, and thls Ihe flrat Ume I have been able to aecure He langunce ln one of theae appropriation Ils for Improvement of rlvers and harbore. "I am perhaps as disappolnted as any one ee can be in not belng able tu aecure more lan SKO.OOO. I have urged In season and it on my collcagues to glvo us a contin ng appropriation of $]_0,OCO. I shall ask ir fv-nalors to make an effort to sccure 0,000 more from the Senate. "I preaented a brlef to onc of the best formed and active mlnorlty members of WhihtiocK. A Ucalth-Guarantee to be Found tn No Other Water. Because: I?The ONLY_Water put up in STERILIZED bottles: 2?The ONLY Water?Domestic or Forelgn ?which is NEVER put in a bottle that has been used before. The World's Best Table Water YOMF And enj'oy at the same time perfect sight, a desirablc combination obtaincd through FILTRA LENSES, a specialty of our own production. It climinatC3 glarc, soothes thc eyes and incrcascs the acutencss of vision. Thcrc is nothing too good for the eyes, and wc furnish the best only. Lowest charges in all cases. The S.Galeski Optical Company Main and Eightb Broad and Third KODAK HEADQUARTERS. tbo Rlvers and Harbors Committee nnd ask !d for a reply. Hls reply Is short and point :d. He said: " 'Your letter statlnc thal many of yotn ?onstltuents aro not satlsfled with tlio ap? propriatlon (for on* year) of $100,000 foi lami-s niver is recelved. Thls Is a commor :omplalnt. It eomns from many dlstriclt tvhleh have been well provlded for?as ii ,-our case. Thn fact is, that In the last tei /ears the James has been much hcttor pro ? Idod for than many rlvers of more Import ince; ln truth. Its commerco has not Justi led the approprlatlons lt has rocclved. ant! ?tl) 1 we arc all partlal to you and old Vlr rlnla. and wlll do moro for you later on rho present hlll is the first annuat rlver ?nd harbor bill ever presented, nnd we could lot make It larger with safely.' "Thls covers the potnts mndo. save that in -eferenre to thn orlRinal projcct having for its object a unlform depth of twerity-two 'eet frorn Fllchmond to the sea. This phase Jf the matter I have so often presented to the committee and urged that the sam.; -eapon that Impelled them to flnlsh the pro lects for tho Southern ports of Charleston md .lacksonvlllo obtain as to Klchmond. I need not enlarco cn thls point." II. E. C. B. CiRIM HAS CONFERENCE WITH OWNER BR.V_I.E_ Jack Grlin, who ls a prospeciivo purchaser ?>t the Porumouth franchise In the Vlrglnla State League, and Owner W. B. Brarlle.y, ot the rtlchmond club, were in conferenco al Murphy's Hotel last nlght. but what Mr Crim wlll do about the matter was no glvcn out. Grlm ls willing to accopt th< franchlse, lt is said. but tho understandlni will bn that he wlll ho ln charge of th management, A former dcal, whlcli wa about to be closed, ls said to havo beci broken bn* hecnuso a s?cond man wa brought in to conduct the affairs of th team. T (Continued From Flrst Page.) lobate ln thOvBoartt of Aldermen on rucsday nlght, gave several members to iindcrstanil that even as amended ie had hopos of getting the ordinance :hrough in hls* clty. but who was rjuot ?d in the afternoon papers yesterday as iiavlng "gone over to the other side," ind as having said that lio would vote against tlie ordinance as amended. Erom statements made to thc repre sentative of tli is paper, it develops that Mr. Brown, who was present at the Board of Aldermen meeting. but who wns not ln thc hall last night, did express tlic hope to Alderman Aci ams. Buslness Manager Dabney, of th Chamber of Commerce: Couneilma Gllbert IC, Poilock anrl several othei that tho ordinance even as amendc would yet meet wlth upproval on th Soutbside, as thr> debate had show that other' advantages had been lr serterl in the agreement which woul counterbalancc tho reductlon in th street guarantee. In a staternent issued yesterday M Brown said that his commlttee wa opposcd to thc amendments; that the grr-atly lesscned tho benefits of con solldation to Manchester; that ha dl not believo the amended ordlnanc would be approved by the Mancheste Councll, and that neither hc nor th members of hla committee would vot for it unless the Aldcrmen would ln mcdiately resclnd their actlon. ?ie] IntcrcMcd In Kspcrnnto. [.Speclal to The Tlmes-Dispatch. 1 V\ est Ralelgh. N. C-, February 1( Dr. A. Rudy. the head of thc depart ment of modern languages of the . and M. College, has Issued a pamphlc scttlng forth the value of esperunt n? an internatlonal language. He i trylng to interest the people generall; so that lie can form a State csperant i ( association. fnlversltie* Spllt Even. TPpeclal to The Times-D.apatch.] Prlnceton. N. J., February '16,?Prlit detcated Pennsylvanla at wro-tling to-nlij by o!j to lli, whllo PennsyHanla was vi torlous in a dual fencing meet by tlio *co of 6 to 3. The Sensation! Blue Mouse Long Filler Hand-Made Cigars aaaijcre to, fetop in Virginia. THE JEFFERSON Richmond, Va. The most magnificent Hotel thc South. European plai Rooms single and cn siiitc, wit and without baths. $1.50 day and upwards. Spacious san ple rooms. Booklet on applicc tion. < Table d'Hote Dinners Saturda and Sunday cvenings 6 to 9 o'clocl S1.50 each. ACADEMY ? 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