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GLQTH AS GOAGH Noted Virginia Athlete to Train Football Team at Lex ington. [Special to Thc Tlmes-Dlspatch. | Charlottervllle, \'a? March i.?Wll? liam C, tllotli, wlio Is engaged ln tlio practlce of |_w wlth .fudgo It. 'l'. W. Duko. of ihls '-Hy, i.ih slgned a con? tract to coach lhe l'o ot bal; toam Of thc Vlrglnla Mllltary iriiltuta next full. The terms. whllo not given dflit, arc sald to be very sat Isfn "lory Ile wlll asaume hls dutles on tfiVlehibor 10, Tlie- announcenieni tlmt Oloth llfldi closed wlth lhe LoxltiKio'i cadets cre? ated some surprlse here; af his came liad boen promineiitly mcntloned as lieari couch of ihe Vlrglnla team lhe coming season. No dellnlto action li. football wlll bo taken by the aililetic autliorltieii at Vlrglnla untll after the mcotlnft of tho Intercollegiate rules coinmilteo In Now York March 2R< Gloth had rharfje of tlie- football squad at thc Virginla Mllltary Instl? tute last fall. and wltli practlcally a tiew team devoloped nn eleven that was very grattfying. Among the- tcaniH defeated wns tho Universlty of North Carolina. lt Is understood that the prospects are very brlght al the- Instl? tute for a wlnning team next fall, as practlcally tho whole of last yenr's squad, wlth one or two excepllons, wlli return. Oloth was ono of the most nggroK slve centres r-'.rr developed nt Vlrglnla. and during hls stay at that institution was plcked eae-li year by most author Itles as the best plvot man in the South. PRNXANTS FOR CIIAMIMOXS. *Ne? Ruling by Rnselinll Commlnnlon Conocrnlng Pont-Senson r'nme*. Clnclnnatl, Ohio. March 1.?Only! players and teams contestinfr tho world's champlonshlp serles wlll here after be awarded pennants and cm blems by thc National Baseball Com? mlsslon, accordlng to an ahrldunce nient made by ihat body late to-day, HlthertO all serles between American nn,] National League teams. under the auiiplccs of the commlsslon, have been so notlce-.|. The division of recelptt from these by-scrles ls hereafter tc be made up on the same basis as tlie world's i?e>rin". Instead of allowlng th. Interested clubs to dividc the money as they may see- tit. At the Instance of President Mur? phy. of the Chlcago Natlonal League Club. a chan?e- was aho made ln the draftlnsr rules, by which tlie mlnor league. rlubs are slven five days Ili which to accept or reject offers of the return of a arafted player, when thje player is about to he dlsposcd of to a mlnor league Of the sanie claFs SMITH TO HKPORT 3IARCH 15. After Thnl Tlmo Wlll Dlrecl AITiilr? of l.vnrhhurs 'Irmn. rSneclal toThi Tli ? -Dl pa?- I | Lyni hburg, Va., March I.?Manager D Smlth, of the Lynchburg team, h;c- wrltten that lie* will icporl here on Jlsr.-li 15, :md from that tlme wlll di? rect the affairs of the team hero. The TirM game cf the exhibition season will be- e.n Ann! S wlth the New Vork Glants: Tlie assoclatlon here decltned a number e.f (james between March 25 and April .'., because it ls not thought best tq havo the team report beforo April 1 on aceount of the weather. P Wood's Early Ohio v Seed Potatoes are being planted in increasing quantitieB each ye_r by the largest and *_ost suceessful market-nrow ers. This variety makes uniform ly large sized potatoes, of excellent shipping, market and table quali? ties, and is proving to be one of tbe most profltablo and reliable of early-cropping potatoes. 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Fine, "Mellow Port, per bottle. 78c Rich, Heavy Burgundy, per bottle.$1.00 Virginia Seedling Claret, per bottle. 35c Everybody, Almost, Likes Lobster Try our Cape Fing Lobster, in large size cans, and containing one whole Lobster, a solid piece of white meat. Each, 25c. All Lentcn meals are made easy by (consulting) visiting our Canned Fish Department, where is found unlimited selcctions of every variety of thc finny tribe can be found. Diamond Back Terrapin.60c Green Turtle Meat.40c Soft Shell Crabs.25c * Norway Smoked Herring.20c Write for free and useful catalogue. We pay freight. Hermann Schmidt, Fine Groceries and Wines, 504 to 508 East Broad Street, - - - - Richmond, Va. Phone Monroe 101. ZESZ2SSSSSSSZSS OC :_<_> ?J When we sell you a car we believe that there is something more coming to you besides the car you get. CJAsk our customers. ?JA few 1910 Buicks or prompt delivery. oc I3G> Foster Motor Car Co., 605-611 West Broad Street, at Elba. . ...AGENTS FOR... Pierce-Arrow Franklin Buick LICENSED UNDER THE SELDEN PATENT ? Are You Going toEurope. The Richmond Transfer Com? pany will book your passage via any line desired. Rates and sail ings on application. ::::::: Phone Madison 3836. 809 E. Main Street BI MIIDDT TRACK Starter Overlooks Attell and Bets on Opening Dash Call? ed Off. Jacksonvillc, P'la.. March 1.-?Raclng at Moncrief Park to-day was marred by a muddy-truck. The opening dash ail bul produced a panlc, Inasmuch as Starter Brown overlooked Abe Attell. who had not reaehed the barrier. Af? ter tiie runnlng of the event a dls gruntled orowd surrounded the judges' stand. All bets on thc race were de? clared off. Summarles: First race?thrc furlongs?Dccency, 111 (Davls;, 7 to r>, flrat; Mud Hen, 06 (King:), 15 to 1, second; New 'r'tar. 112 (Gan_), S to 1, third. Time. :37 3-5. Second race?llve furlongs?Ross, 111 (Nicol), G to 5, first; John Hoardon, 100 (Musgrave). 13 to 5, .econd; Queen's Song. 10'.' (Ilannan), 2$ to 1, third. Time. 1:00 '.'-*>. Third race?five and a half furlongs, selling?Catroke, 101 (J. Henry). 8 to 1, flrst: Lotta Creed, 109 (Powers), 5 to 1, second; Grando, 100 (Gans*), 7 to 1, third. Time, 1:12 4-5. Fourth race?three-year-olds and up, ;lx f-urlongs, selling?Billy Hlbbs, 116 (Lewis), 4 to 5, flrst: Autumn Glrl, 100 (Koerner), 3 to 1. second; Urall, fl! i Burton), 10 to 1, third. Tlme, 1:17 3-5. Fifth race?seven furlongs, selling? Pirate Dlana. 103 (Jackson), S to 5, Irst; Merry Gift, 08 (Adams), 4 to 1, ?econd; Tamar, 106 (Koerner), 7 to 5, :hird. Tlme, 1:31 2-5. Sixth race?three-year-olds and up, nile and seventy yards, selllng?Eliz ibethan, MS (Koerner), even, lirst; Urace Kimball, III (Glasnec), 6 to 5, ?econd; Dunvegan. 113 (Fain). 10 to 1, .hird. Tlme, 1:50 3-3. Good Card Itnu at Tampa. Tampa, Fla., March 1.?Four favoiv tes rewardetl the players of form tc. lay in the runnlng of a good card. VVaterbury, in the second race, came jnder the wire almost in a walk, ihowing a remarkable reversal of form ilnce hls last start. Tlie stewards to Jay decided to extend the meeting un. il March 26. Summaries: First race?for maiden two-ycar jlds, three furlongs?Ortego, 110 (Lewis), 10 to 1, lirst; Lord Wells, 110 (Faln), 3 to 1, second; Orelll, }07 (Glasner), even, third. Time, :38 1-5. Second race?three-year-olds, live furlongs, selllng?Waterbury, 115 (Fain), 1 to 3, flrst: Nccha, 113 (Reilly), 5 to 1, second; Giiliford, 10!) (Murphy), Z lo 1, third. Tlme, 1:05 1-5. Third race?four-year-olds and up, live and a half furlongs, selling?Flem Ing, 110 (Glasner), 1 to 5, lirst; Bale shed, 110 (Reilly), S to 1, second; Emi nola, 105 (Shoemaker), 3 to 1, third. Time. 1:11 4-5. Fourth race?six furlongs, handicap ?Spellbound, 10S (Davis), 13 to 10, flrst; Pocomoke, 108 (Burns), 5 to 1. second; Dr. Barkcley, 10S (Henry), 7 to 1, thlrd. Time, 1:17 1-5. Fifth race?six furlongs, selling? Anderson, 102 (Ganz), 15 to 1, flrst; Havre, 107 (Davis), 10 to 1. second; Dander, 104 (Musgrave), 10 to 1, third. Time, 1:18. Slxth raco?mile and a sixteenth, sell? lng?Quagga, 112 (Powers), 4 to 5, lirst; Great Jubilee, 110 (Lang), 7 to 1, second; Warfield, 107 (Burns), 9 to 1, Ihlrd. Time, 1:54 1-5. TRAVIS I.OWI3RS HIS RECORIJ. Covcru New Golf Course nt Pluehurst Wlth Seore of 711. [Special to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.1 Pinehurst, N. C, March 1.? Walter J. Travis lowored his record for the new golf course to 72 to-day In a four ball match, with Robert Hunter as a partner agalnst II. C. Fownes and hls son. Charles B.. who were given two holes to start, and defeated tlirco up and two to play. Tho card: Out .3 5 5 4 5 3 6 3 3?37 ln .4 4 4 5 4 3 4 3 4?35 SHOWS GAIN IN POPULATION. Ellzabeth Clty County Increase il en ns New .ludlelal Clrcuit. rspeclal to Thc Times-Dispatch.1 Hampton, Va., March 1.?Ellzabeth Clty county has galned 6,000 in popu? lation since tho United States censua ln 1000, accordlng io the llguros of tho pollco census, completed thls ar ternoon. The presont population ls 24,130, whllo ten years ago lt was a llttlo more than 1S.000. The result of tho census hero means that Acco mao and Northampton countles wlll be convertod Into a now, Judtclal clrcuit, Whlle Hampton, Newport , Nows and Ellzabeth Clty county wlll hereafter constltuto tho Eleventh Clrcuit, prc slded over by Judgq Robinson. A. 11D11TEW First Game of Season Will Be Played Against Trinity Park. [Speclal to Th<> Tlme?-D!?patch.1 Wesi nalelgh, N. (.'.. March 1?With the opening of th? AgriculUiral and Mc ehanlcal Collego ba.oball ncason jum two wrekn off. the nrst gamo bolng Bchaduled wlth Trlnlty I'.irk <m Monday, March 14, Coach Thornpson ls i<,-pi" ___y Kcttlng thc toam In Bhape. There are abotil forty mon '>ui on tho SQUftd, and the prospecta now for ,t winnlng te:im are very brlght, ??(? oui door practlce has been Induiced In for tiie pasl month; Qulte a numbor of the "rarmci" boy. are i?howlng up well ln ihe wloldlng or thc Rtlck, Tbe following players of last year are appllcantu tigain: Helfart, Councll, Bo . I.arfsell, Black, rtoss, Freeman, Brown, Htafford and S'OXtOn. A num? ber of npw men are showlng up well, among whom ls "Lefty" Bobcrtson. 100-pounder, who no doubt wlll carry "ff lii:- share of honor? from the twlrl Ing cago. .-? IlASKi'.TMAM, AT ASHLAND. n.niidoIpliOIfico-1 College Defcalu Acad? emy liy Score of 70 lo IO. fSneclal toThe Tlmes-Dlspatch. i Ashland, Va., March 1.?Tbe Ran? dolph-Macon College basketball team defeated iho rjuint of tbe Itandolph Macon Academy, of Bedford Clty, by tbe big gcore of "0 to 10. The Bedford Clty boys are a fast -.et of youngsters, and bold the Hampden-Sldn^y team down to ,-( hi ore of 30 to 23 last Satur? day. But thoy could not touch tbe col? lege here in any polnt of the game. The college team displaycd the best form shown thls year. The team work was better; passing faster and shoot? lng surrr than In nny of tbe former games. Ives and Caplaln Woodbouse were the stars for tho academy, whlle Smlthey, Hardy and Bcvlllo put up the particularly classy exhibltions for tha home team. Following Is the llne-up and sum mary of the game: Randolph-Macon Bandolph-Mncon College. Posltlons. Academy. Smith M.apt.). .forward.Iv< (Simpson) Smlthey. forward.Coe Hardy.centre. . . . J. Woodhouse I (Saunders) Buhrman.guard ."Woodhoust (capt) Bevllle.guard .Walker ; ..rilent Brmeball Town. [Speclal to The Times-Dispatch.] Cape Charles. Va.. March 1.?The town of Parksley, Va.. has subscrlbed $1,700 in one day for the purpose of maintaining a baseball team for the year 13 li. BROWN'S Bronchial Troches \ An afciciuttiy harmleis rcmuly f?" Sore Throat, Ho-runt- and Cough.. 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ACADEMY?Fri., Sat, March 4, 5; Saturday Matlnee. Seats Now Selling. George 1K- Colinri_ Specdiest Mimlcal SUUCCHM, THE AMERICAN IDEA ?wlth Tlll.VIE FI-IGAIVZA. Prices: Matlnee, _5c to $i.oo: Nlght, 50c to S1.50, BIJOU THEATRE THOMAS E. SHEA, To-niRlu and Friday, "THE BELLS" Thursday Matinee, ?'COUNSEL FOR THE DEFENSE." JEFEERSON AUDITORIUM DR. J0SEPHF. AMES of JollllH Ho-lklllN, TliuvKilny, Mnrcli ll, nt Hiia 1*. m, Under auspbes Instructlv. Visiting Nurses' Asfocliilion, Public lnviteO. , The Best Typewriter That Money Can Buy Costs One Hundred Doliars and Its name is The cost of a good operator during the average life of a Typewriter is Several Thousand Doliars And remember that no operator can do the most work or the best work ex? cept on the best machine. Compare your outlay for the machine with your outlay for the operator and you will see why it is true economy to buy the Remington Remington Typewriter Company (Incorporated) 706 East Main Street CHICKEN FANCIERS HOLD FIFTH ANNUAL MEETING! Virginia Poultry Association Re-Eiects J. W. Quarles, and Reports Indicate It Is in More Flourishing Condition Than Ever Before. Tho fifth annual meeting ot the Vlr? glnla Poultry Assoclatlon, Incorpo? rated, held at Plckett Camp Hall, on Seventh Street, last nlght, brought out an enthuslastlc gatherlng of chlcken fanclera in thls part of vlrglnla. Notwftnstahdlng tlie very liad weather, which kept tho up-country and the Southside members away, the ationdanee was falrly large. and what was lacklng ln numbers was well made np ln enthuslasm. About thirty of tlie ono hundred members were present, and nearly a.s many more were rcpre .' ented by pros .? .-. Presldent .1. W. Quarles, one of the most enthuslastlc of the modern poul? try ralsers, presided wlth his usual dlgnity. Four new members, who proved thelr abillty to < row and alsd to pay the initlatlon fee, were admltted to the craft. After tlie transaction of much rou tine business, an election for ofllcers for the ensuing year wns entored into, reaulting as follows: .1. W. Quarles of i-llerson, president; R. R. Taylor. of Beaver Dam. flrst vice-prosldont: R. S". Grav, of Highland Park. second vlce-presldent; George H. Mosf, oi Rurke'-s Garden, thlrd vlce-presldent XV. R. Todd, nf Highland I'ark, secre? tary; W. li. Wyatt, Jr.. of Richmond, treasurer. Tlie report? of the sccretary and ol fifillilill" NTES1 V. M. I. Quint Outclassed aRt Defeated by Score of 56 to 21. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.] Charlottesv.ile, Va.. March 1.?.Vir? ginia, wound up the local basketball season to-nlght by overwhelming V. M. I.. wlth 56 points to 21. It was tlie largest score ever made in the home gymnaslum. The vlsltors exe cuted some very line throws, Catl'roy and McCredy saving thelr team from annihilation by several phenonienal tosses. The local team worked well to? gether. finding V. M. 1. casy after Satiirday's strenuous game. ?Captain Mav, Spratt and Kearns were stars lor Virginla, all three having eight goals to their credlt, while Cecil did not have much trouble in throwlng off the Hcriit soldlers, and taking the ball the length of the floor. Spratt ? passing was of the artistic order. It dld not take long for Virginia to run up a dozen points, and tlie lead kept Incroaslng all the tlme. At the end of the first half the score was T. I to 0, hut when substitutes were put In for Virginia toward tlu: end of the game. V. M. I. showed a re markable revival in form, while few more points were registered by the new players. ?lne up: Vlrglnla. Positlons. V. M, f. May .I.. F.McCredy Spratt .R. F. Calfery jones .C. Patterson Kearns .L. G. Kelle> (Farrell.) Cecil .R. G. BlOW Goals?Spratt, S; May, 8; Kearns, S Cecil, 3: McCredy, 1; Caffefy, 4'.Farrell 1. Goals from foul?Caffery. 3; May, ?_? XV. Orinond Young, M. F. H? has nn nounced tlie clatos l'or drags of th Deep Run Hunt Club in March as foi lows: March 5, Reservoir; March 1! Brook Bridge; March 19, Laburnun March !M>, Chestnut Hlll. opposite lh public school. The hunters will assem blo 111 4 o'clock each afternoon. Tl THI FIRST PUCI Tho Bugs defeated tho Klghlandor in the Indoor liasebiill g.une at th Central Young Men's Chrlstian Assoola llon last nlght by a Bcore of I to .1 The victory puts the Bugs lled will tbo llighla'ndcrs for lirst placo In tlv leaeuo standlng. The batterles were Coi.V and Bates, for the 1 ligliliinilei> ? 111 I I'lllllain and BallOll, l'or thn Bugs The Colts and Tigers wlll play Frlda; nlght._ X. II. I. LOHCS t?' S4auil40ii. rSnacial tii The Times-Dlspatcll. 1 Staunton, Va, March t.?Stauutoi Mllltary Academy defealed the Vlr clnln Mlliuu-y instituto here last nlgh ln a'warnily contested gamc of basket hall, tlio score belng I!0 to 18; Tlll cloaes tlio season at S. M. Ai, Oliildren Ory FOR FLETCHER'S CAS.T.O RIA the commlttees showed that tho poul? try show held by the assoclatlon ln January last was etnlnently succcss? ful ln all respccts, Unanclally and otherwise. The report of tbe treasurer shows the assoclatlon to be in fairly good linanclal condition. It was declded fo havo a greater j poultry show next year at a date yet I to bo named, but not later than Jan? uary 15. xand In thls connectlon a "show committee" was provlded for and appointed by the president, as follows: C. K. Cross, R. L. Harrlson and A. J. Warrcn. Thls commltteo was tnstructed to confer wlth other poultry show officials so as to afrold a confllct of dates. Butter-Nut Bread is a splen? did bread. 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[Spocial to Tho Tlmcs-Dljpatch.] Danvllle, Va., March 1.?Wllliam Holmes Davls, tho headmaster of tho Danvllle school. has received notice from the presldent of Washington antl Lee Unlverslty that a scholarshlp haa heen awarded to the school. Mr. Davisj lias already received a letter from Dr. Alderman, of the Unlverslty of Vir? ginia, awarding a scholarshlp to tha Danvllle school. Dr. AiibnU nt WUllniiiil.urg. rRnnciai to Tbe Tlrans-Dispatch.] Williamsburg, Va., March 1.?Dr. Lyman Abhott, editor of the New York Outlook. delivered nm address In In the chapel of Wllliam and Mary College this morning. His subject was "What Is It to Be a Christian?" Crushed Stone Standard sizes for concrete and Mc Adam construction. ROBT. G. LASSITER, _ Virg'Hna, Va. Wm. E. Tanncr. Jno. F. Tanner. Tanner Paint Co., Oldest and Largest Paint Manufacturers in the South. Tclephones Madison 399 and 1797. 1419 E. Maln Street. 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