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price from $1,000 to $1,750. If you are not ready to ask us about them Ask OurCustomers A few 19!0 Buicks car for prompt delivery. FOSTER MOTOR CAR CO. 605-611 W. Broad Street At Elba PIERCE-ARROW. FRANKLIN. BUICK. MANY CANDIDATES OUT FOR THE V. P. I. TEAM New Men Are Showing Up Well, and Prospects Are Regarded as Especially Bright. Sf.hf.di.lf. Announced. BUck.bure. va.. Mnrch S.?Although the. candld.tes for th>- l..li nlne l.-???? had but ! two wecka' practlci-, * greater number of promlalng m-n than ever aro trying for a poiltton. Thc work has coii.latcd mainty of battlng practlce an. atltr fl'ldlng work. ?_hl!c the pltchers liavc bc_n buildlng u|> and workins thc aor-neae from thelr arms. Althou.h aeven of lasi year'. fasi nlne ar? In collego. atverat promlalng and faai fiesh m_n are appllcsnla (or each poaillon, and rach man wltl b_ forced to put up thc gllt tdge artlclc to rctaln a pliicc on tho t_arn. For pltcttere, Hodgaon and Jones. of laat ytar*. var.lt>*, .c?m to bc- developing Inio ..vcclUnt form, and wlth thelr laat y_ar'_ e_l_.rl.nce lli.y should rnake a great pair. *Of thc new men, Reufrew, a Wasblngton boy. a.cma to bc tlio leader; hc haa thi apeed of a bullet and curvea that brcak at hla control. lin has the ablllty to hit tbe ball on thc nose and ahould develop Into ,1, star porformer. Ucahl, a big left-hander, shows slgns of a good man. and wlth ? Hl? ll* more coachlng may bo nbl<. to turn Itiu irick. Ten other men aro practicing dally for thia poaillon. and alt givc prouiiac ot belng able to dcllvc. the gooda. landldatr.i for Intlt-ld. For the liifi- Id. Kenner, who has had two .cars' experience al thlrd for tho Varslty. la agaln on thc tlcld. and already shows hla old-rhne form. lle Is R flaah. at thlrd. haa it goo'd arm and i_ handy wlth tho atlck. llurl. who covered ahori laat season. la agaln an applkant. nnd hla ablllty and knowlcdge of the ganie makes hlm an ex? cellent man. For thc poaillon at aecond. made vacant bv the abaence of Lee. who rtlavr-d, such atar balt last year, there are numbers of llkcly eandldates. Quinn Siuart. of last year's "scrub*" team, looks good, but several faat frcehmen are alao after tho poaltlon. and thn tight for this aaclt should bc cxtremelv close. Ivca. thc heavy-hltttntr firat baseman of last year. will b_ aevurcly mlased. and hia placo wlll bc hard to till. "Bill" Hobble. a noanoke boy, who played centre Held laat aeason, Is an applicant for tho vacant poattion, and he wlll havo to put up thc genuine artlclc lo beat out two big -r-shmen who aro alao for tha Inllial ?ack. Tlie outfleld should be eapecially strong. Captain "PTct" Hicks at left; Billupa, of tho OS team. agaln a candidate for th. een tre garden, and Fuqua, who led thc battlng llat last year. at rlght, make a trio equal to that of any college team ln tho State. In Going Over Several Packagcs of Sherries iniportcd during the last few years, found one barrel that had developed up unusually fine into a mellow, full-bodied, rich winc, particularly pleasing to thc palatc, possessing thc grapes every nutrtious virtue, hencc particularly desirablc for medicinal purposes whenever a nutritious stimulant for dcbility and a convalescent is wanted. We bottle this winc to sell only under thc most iitting mark. . Royal Gold, per bottle ...-. $1-00 Royal Gold, per case..$11.00 In the day of universal discussion about high prices many things of merit have been lost sight of that are considcrably cheaper than they were during the prcccding seasons. For instancc, wc sell a delicious large? Lemon Cling Peaches at.20c Bartlett Pears, a can-.20c Egg Plums.-.20c White Cherrles.;.25c Aprlcots.: ? .?. ?.20c Among thc almost limitless varieties cspecially adapted to Lcnten menus, particularly susceptiblc to manipulation's promises, requiring but little effort, are? Egg Noodles, per pound.20c Macaroni, per pound.,.13c , SpaghettI, per pound.13c > Vermicelli, per pound.13c Len tels/ per pound.10c Grcen Kern, per pound. ,13c For the breakfast nothing encourages a languitl appctitc as plcasingly as a finc? ,_ Large Whlte Mackcrel.15c up Salt Herring Roe, per pound...17c Salt Salmon, per pound?...13c Have you carncstly considercd thc superior appcarance and flavor of fine Canned Vegctablcs, packed under the best condition in thc ftcld where grown, care.ulty selected and handlcd, conserving without altcring naturc's gifts. As itcms of merit: . Large Whlte Asparagus.35c Tender Green Butterbcaus.'.. 17c Baby Corn...;.....,.17c , Tlny Sweet Pcas.20c Hermann Schmidt, Fine Groceries and Wines, , 504 tq 508 East Broad Street, - - - - Richmond, Va. Phone Monroe 101. Howevrr. tlicac men cannot call their posi tlons ??clnchcd." for thc full) twenty new men are vandidatea for the oulflcld posltlonr. and some givc promlac of a stlff flght to the old men. Thc lots of "Doc" Austln, captain and backstop of laat year, will b. felt. "Doc" ls In colleg/-. but owing to In lurifa received laat aprlng will not bc seen on the local dlamond thls sprlng. Several old men aapire for hls poaillon, among whom I are _ton.bu.n--r. a V. I\ I. man of laat jy.ar; Lcgge and Steele, of Ihe sorub team. ! Th-?c men wlth a little eoaching will un doubtedly be able to flll tbe vacancy prop ! cr!}-. Tb* Schednle. i The. schcdule arranged by Manager K. R. j Jlodgson hi-.-been approved by the O. A. A. j and ls prlnted below: March _V? Jtutaers at Blacksburg. March _S?V, M: I. at Koanoke. March *_??St.' John's at Blacksburg. April 1?Delaware Colleg" al Blacksburg. Aprll .?Delaware Co!!_gc ai Blacksburg. Aprll _?Randolph-Macon at Blackaburg. Aprll ??Blngham at Blackaburg. Aprll 1G_-Roanoke College at Blackaburg. April 10?Georgctown at Blackaburg. Aprll .1?Georgetown at Blackaburg. Aprll __?Washlngton College at Blacks? burg. Aprll I.'/?Waahlngton and I.ce College at ^Blackaburg. April .6?A. and M., of Norlh Carolina, at Blackaburg. Aprll 30?St. Joseph at Blacksburg. May S?Unlverslty of Maryland at Blacks? burg. May I?Unlverslty of Maryland at Blacks? burg. May 5? Univereity of South Carolina at Blacksburg. May 6?Emory and Henry at Blackaburg. May 7?Emory and Henry at Blacksburg. May 3?Hoanoko College at Roanoke. May 16?Easlcrn College at Manasaas. May 11?Georgctown at Waahingion. D. C. May 1-?St. John's at Annapolls. May 13?Eastern College at Manassas. May 11?V. M. 1. at Le.xington. iiay 16?Washington And l_e. at T.exington. j May 17?Washington und Lec'at Lcxlnglon. Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTORI A YALE ELEVEN HIS Eight of the Ten Games Will Bc Played at Home?Will Meet Vandcrbilt. New Haven, Conn., Mareh S.?Yalo'S ldlO football lenin has a hard schedule of games. Ten contesta wlll be played by tho Blue during the coming eea-' eon. Tlio lnltlal game wlll be wlth' Wesleyan at New Haven on September I 28, and the final game wlth Harvard' on November 10 The Harvard gamcl wlll be played nt New Maven also. The Prlnccton game on November 12 wlll ] bo In Prlnccton thls year j Two newcomers are on- thc Tnlo schedule for 1910. They are Tutta and Vanderbllt Unlverslty, which wllli be substituted for Springfleld Tralning. School and Amhorst. Syrncuse wlll bc j played on October l. Thc game wlth tho New Yorkers ls thc second on tho schedule. Captnln Coy's loss will bc grcatly felt I next fall, but It is expected he wlll whlp the men into the best of shapo In his rolo as coach. Coy Wlll have) some good veteran matcrlal to work I wlth, and thero nre somo promlsing1 candldntcs from among the members of last year'B freshmen team. Klght of the ten games on the sehed ulo wlll be played at New Haven. Thc only two out-of-town games are with West Point and Prlnccton. The West Point game is acheduled for October 15, antl the followlng week the Southerners from Vanderbllt wlll Journey to New Havon to meet the bulldog. Colgato and Brown wlll bo played betoro the Harvard game. The schedule: September 2S?Wesleyan, at New Haven. October 1?Syracuse. at New Haven. October 6?Tufts, at New Haven. October 8?Holy Cross, at New Ha, ven. _. , October 15?West Point, at West Point. October 22?Vandcrbilt, at New Ha V'october 20?Colgate. al New Haven. November 5?Brown. nt New Haven. November 12?Prlnccton, at Prlncc? ton. v _''.1 -- November 19?Harvard, at New Ha UUUII WILL flfl 29 EKB Schedule for University Team Announced by Man? ager Dramc. ISuecial toThe Times-Dispatch.] Chapel Hill. N. C, March S.? Man? ager Dramc submits tho followlng schedule for thc Unlverslty of North Carolina for the spring of 1910: March 14?Blngham (Mebane). at Chapcl Hill. ... March IS?Oakrldgc (Mebane). at Chapcl Hill. __: , March 23?Klon College. at Chapel March 26?Davldson. r.t Wlnston Salern* March 2S?Lafayette, at Vvinston Salcm. ' , TT,,, Mareh 29?Amherst, at Chapel HIU. March 30?Amherst, at Cbapel Hill. March SI?Trinlty (Hartford. Conn.), at e^hapel lllll. . Aprll l?Lafayette, at Chapcl Hill. April 2?Lafayette. at Chapel HIU. Aprll 4?Blngham (Asheville), at Chapcl HIU. ,-? ', Aprll 7?Hamptlen-Sldney. at Chapcl Hill. , ;-,?-'?' Aprll S?Virginia. undecided. Aprll 9?Virginia. at Orcensboro. April 13?Davidson. at Chapel Hill. April 15?Gullford College, at Chapel Aprll 16?Gullford College, at Dur Ap'rll 19?State University of Ken? tucky. at Chapel HIU. April 21?Davidson, at Davldson. April 22?Virginia at Charlott.s ville. Va. April 23?Navy. at Annapolfs, Md. Aoril 25?Washington and Lee. at Lexlngton, Va. . ? Aprll 26?Washington and Lee, at Lexington. Va.. Aprll 27?Georgetown, at Washing? ton. D. C. Aprll 29?Wake Forest, at Chapel AprU 30?Wake Forest, at P.aleigh, N. C. May 2?Central University of Ken? tucky, at Chapel HIU. ' Mav 3?Central Lnlverslty of Ken? tucky, at Chapel HIU. OPENS SATURDAY Thc flrst game of the season in Broad Street Park will be played Sat? urday, when the Richmond College baseball team wlll meet thc Richmond Collegians at 3:30 o'elock. The latter team Is managed by Hn. George F. Bagbv, who has planned to take the nlne 'on many trlps durlng the sum? mer. Thls wlll be the opening game for Richmond Colloge, and as' tho dla mond is In good condltlon, a fast ex hlbltlon should bo glven. Tho Col? legians nre composed of ex-eollege stars anel cx-professlonals. The Une up Saturday wlll^be selected from thc following: Hay and Clark. catchers: Berry, Boers and Fltzpatrick. pltchers: Shepherd, shortstop; Cottrell, first baso; Rlchardson, second base; Colllns, thlrd basb; 15. Rose, left Reld: Balley. contre field, and Peyton, rlght field. Both teama have been praeticing t'or several weeks, and, eonsidering the early date, aro ln good condltlon. MAV APPEAL TO GOVERNOI1. Uflortu BcluK Made ln byiiehburj. ou llolittlf of Angclo Ifnmllton. [Spoclal to The Times-Dispatch.l Lynchburg. Va., March S.?Benjamln Lovenstein. a Durham. N. C, lawyer. ls hero to-day ondcavorlng to enllst the sympathy of tho offlc'als of the Corporatlon Court. In which Angolo b. Hamllton waa trled three tlmes and flnally convlctod of the murder of Mrs, Sallle B. Htx here H-at June. ln the effort that ls belng made by rolatlvcfi of tho condemned mnn, but from what can bo lonrned ho has met wlth llttle encouragemont hero. An offort was mado thls afternoon to locato Judge Chrlstian, hut' ho was out of his ofllce and could not bo found. It ls understood, however, that ho wlll take no part in the effort be? lng made to have Governor Mann com muto> Hamilton's sentenco to llfo 1m prlsqnmant. ? % Mr. Lovenstein saw Commonwealth ? Attorney Yancey to-day and got his flat refusal- to sanotlon thej appeal be? lng mado to tho Bxectitlve, In afltll tlon to' that, he stated if Governor Mann would ask for his oplnlon In tfio .matter ho would glvo hlm tho olr cumstancos surroiiiidlng tho murder and rooommond thnt, tho, scntonce of the ,1ury bo loft undlsturbod. Governor Mann respited Hamllton. untU Mt-rch 35, Safety Razor Blades 2Hc Each. For the above prlcn wc guarantee to mako your old, dull blades shavo holtor tlian new. All blades ..torlllzed. Old-style razors honcd and set, J_c cach. Mall orders wlll receive prompt attentlon. Free-Free-Free For one week only we will bo plcased to send to tho proprictora of barber shops all through the Stato of Vlrglnla free samplos of our Eu De-Qulnino Hair Tonic, "Irvtng's" ISII.Ir tlalr Tonic, Face Lotlons and price Ilsta of all the 'f-oods wo handlc. Encloso 2-cent stamp for malling- satnplcs. The "Sharp-0" Co., 01S E. Maln St., Ttlehmoncl, Va. Comb Out? Is your comb telling a story, the story of falling hair? Not a pleasant story, is it? It ends badly. The story we teli is pleasant?the story of Ayer's Hair Vigor. Promptly stops falling hair, completely destroys dandruff. Wtgiot thcingrtdttnlsof Aycr'i HairVigor. If you haoe any doubt, go Jirect to your I,owelI. Maaa. -VILL, FIGHT AT EME-.YVI-.I_E. VcKOtlntlonw for Jcn*rlc_-.Tolm_an Bat? tle HpmiiII Iu D-clfflnn. San Francisco. Cal., March 8.?After veclts of negotlation betwcen the iolnt promoters, it was deflnltely an lounced to-night by To.\ Rlokard and lack GleaFon that the Jeffries-John.on ight, on July 4. would be held In an irena within thc raco track inclosure -f the California Jockey Club, at" .moryville, Alameda county. just across :he bay from .San Francisco. Todd Lrad* In .Vcclsly Shoot. [Speclal to Tl>c Tlmes-Dispatch.1 Pinehurst, N. C, Alarch S.?J. Cush ing Todd, of Newburyport, Mass., led the fleld in the weekly trap shoot, .hooting from scratch and scoring 91. In second position. was Oliver Hoyt, .of STcw Vork, whose atlowancc was 28 targets. and who scbred 85. J. S. Sutphen, of New York (S). was thlrd, in Sl. SEW RI-COKD FOa COURSE. rrarl" ..lnkrn Sc?rc of Sevcnty In Four llall Golf Mntcb. [Speclal to The Times-Dispatch.] Plncliurst, X. C, March S.?YValter 7. Travls rounded out his stay hero with a seventy card and a new ama? teur record for the No. 2 golf course, made In a four-bail match wlth C. H. Mattliie_s.il against W, R. Tuckerman and T. S. Kobeson. The card: Out?5, ., 4, 4, 5, 3, 5, 3, 4?37. In?4. 4, .1, 3. 5, 3, 1, 3, 4?3S. THERISEOF FIFTH AVENUE And thc Locntton There of thc Hotel St. rieBl_. lt needs but one glance at Fifth Ave? nue, New York, from Thirty-fourth Street northward, to assure any one that this avenue is supplantlng Broad way as tho central thoroughfaro of New York's trafflc. The reason for this change is easy to dtscover. New York is becoming so vast that no one street can contain all its great enter prlses. Beslde thls, Broadway. as It runs northward, turns far to thc west of the centre of Manhattan. Fifth Avenue, above Madison Square, oc cuplc- this centre all the way to the Harlcni Rlver. and Fifth Avenue, there ?foro, ls becoming ln thls district, New York's main artery of trade and traf? flc. In this now centre?at Fifth Ave? nue and FiCty-fifth Street?is the Hotel St. Regls, a hotol deslgned, bullt, fur nished, equipped and malntained for patrons of rcflned and discrlmtnattng tastes. Tho St. Regis has carned for itsolf the deserved titlo of "America's Finest." No feature that could im prove or perfect any detall of 'its equipment br operatlon has been onilttcd or overiookcd at the St. Regis, and, Us homelike atmosphere and quiet restfulness commend it especlally. to honiolovers. Tho restaurant at the St. Regls is unexcelled anywhero, though its charges are no higher than thoso of other flrst-class liotels. Translent guests comlng to Now York and stop ping at the St. Rogis will flnd accom modatlons of the very highest grado In every particular, and at standard rates. Slnglo rooms aro $3 and $4 a day, the some with private bath, $5 a day (or $6 for two people); whllts for a parlor, bodroom and prlvato bath the rates are $12 a day and up. Crushed Stone Standard sizes for concrcto and Mc Adam construction. ROBT. G. LASSITER, Virglllna, Va. &mu$tmtms. IflJOU-AUlVeek Kllrat and Gazzolo Present "The Fatal Wedding" By Theodore Krcrner. NEXT WEEK.?"Sal the Circus GaV wlth Vivlan Prcscott. IS OF FOURTH RACE In Brilliant Contest, Outsider in Betting Takcs l-cad. Jacksonvllle, Fla.. March fl.?Tho fourth rncc at Moncrtrf to-day wa? productlvc of a brilliant contest. Taboo. an outsider In the heltlng, won. Summarles: Flrst race?four furlongs, selllng? Inspector General. 106 (Mountaln), 7 to 20, flrst; John Kllgorc, 102 (Peaae), 5 to 1, second; Schnlcklefrltz, 105 (Musgrave), 13 to 2, thlrd. Tlme, :49 1-5. Second race?five and one-half fur? longs. selllng?Drcss Pardo II., 110 (Powcrs), 3 to 1, flrst; Lotta Creed, 107 (Musgrave). 0 to I, second; Ferrand Ceclllan, 109 (Troxlcr), 13 to 5, thlrd. Tlme, 1:08 2-5. Thlrd race?slx, furlongs, selllng? DcKalh. 109 (DavcnporC), 20 to 1, Ilrst; Talcahfra, 100 (Nlcol), 2 to 1. second; .Judge Cablnoss, 111 (Lang), 1G ^to 1. thlrd. Tlme, 1:112-5. Fourth race?mlle. purse?Taboo, 101 (S. Davls;. 0 to 1, flrst; Thc Goldon Huttorfly, 86 (Moore), 8 to 1, second; 1-lfa.Il. 101 (Davenport), 12 to 1. thlrd. Tlme, 1:12 1-5. Fifth race?slx furlongs, selllng? Harnsdnlc, 113 (Nlcol), 9 to 5, flrst: Dolly Bullman, 105 (Obert). 11 to 5. second; Home Run, 110 (Powcrs), <l to 1, thlrd. Tlme, 1:14 3-5. Slxth race?mlle and a slxteenth, selllng?Great Jubllee, 110 (Lang), 5 to '., flrst; Foreguard, 101 (Reld), 10 to 1, second: Woolstone, 108 (Obert), 12 to 1, thlrd. Time. 1:.. 2-5. Only One Fnvorlte Wln*. Tampa, Fla.. March 8.?Parkvlew's easy vletory was a feature of to-day's card. He ^yafi heavily played, and w.-is backed down to 1 to 2. He waa tho enly favorlte to win. Summarles: First race?three-ycar-olds. handl- j cap, five and one-half furlongs, sell- | ing?Governor Wn.skell, 10S (L'pton), 3 to 1. flrst; Mlchael Bock. 111 (Swnln). 4 to 5, second: Blll Cowden. 115 (Bo , land), 2 to 1, thlrd. Tlme, 1:12 1-5. I Second race?three year olds and up, 1 flve fbrlongs, selllng?Plo Plco. 110 i (Carroll), 2 to 1, first: Brookline, S9 , (Cole), 6 to 5, Becontl; Confcssor, 113 j (Conley), I to 5, thlrd. Time, 1:01 1-5. Thlrd racf?four year olds and up, flve and ono-half furlongs, selllng? Masks and Fnces. 108 l Glasner), 5 to 1, flrst: Goldsmlth. 113 (Murphy). 6 to B, second: Baby Willlc. 105 (Khoe maker). 10 to 1, thlrd. Tlme, 1:111-5. Fourth race?threo year olds and up, five and one-half furlongs, sell? lng?San Gll. 112 (Murphy), 2 t0 1, ilrst; LaGlosia, ' 105 (Adams). 1 to 1. second: Gypsy Glrl. 98 (Faln), S to 1, thlrd. Tlme, 1:10 2-5. Fifth race?three year olds and un, six furlongs. selllng?Parkvlew. 108 (Koerner), 1 to 2, flrst: Blllle Mlbbs, 110 (Lcwis), 6 to 5, second; Casso wary. 110 (Reily), 10 to 1, thlrd. Tlme. 1:17 2-5. Slxth rnce?four year olds nnd up, seven furlongs, selllng?Merrv Glft, 100 (Adams), 2 to 1, first; Taniar. 108 (Koerner), 6 to 1, second: Flora Rllev, 108 (Murphy), 2 to 5, thirel. Time, 1:30 3-5. LAWLOR EXPECTED HERE MNI Managor J. J. Lawlor, oC tho Rich? mond baseball team, ls expected to reach Richmond to-morrow, anel in tho afternoon wlll probably havo his first look at the Broad Street field. He will be loeated at thc Park Hotel. Manager Lawlor wlll havo much In slde business. such as purchaslns uni forms. to transoct before the players arrlve on March 21. LEAGX'E MEET'IXG CALLED FOR. NEXT TUESDAY President Jake Wells has called a meetlng of the Virginia State Le.iRue for next Tuesday, March 15, at 3:30 o'clock. Thc meet ing will be hold in Murphy's Hotel. The eiuestion of a schedule wlll be flnally settled at thls meeting; but It is not expected that any other tnatters of lmportance wlll be brought up. Lynchburg has sub mltted the only schedule ln -whlcjh Richmond ls not allowesd all the -week* end games; but the lllll City stands no chance of carrying its point. Y. M. C. A. Athletlc-. ln the Junlor team games the Roraans won two. games of volley ball from the Greeks, 21 to S and 21 to 6. Thls team also won the basket? ball relay. This afternoon the Boys' Basketball Leaguo games wlll be played, follow ing the regular class exercise. The Bugs defeated the Colts in in dnor baseball by a score of 6 to 1. Tho batterles were Graves and Leake, for tho Colts: Gllllam and Forrost, for tho Bugs. The Tlgers wlll play the Highlanders on Frlday nlght. AVILL ERECT IXFUUIAUV. New nulhling for lliiptlat Orphanage? Cbange ln Vllilctii- Flold. [Special to Tho Tlmcs-DIapatch.] Salem, Va., March S.?The commit? tee appointed at a meetlng of the ox ccutlve board of the. Baptlst Orphan? age. held last month, mot at the court house recently for tho purpose of con slelering tho plans for the orection of an inllrmary for the Instltutlon. The committee ls composed of Thomas I. Preston, chalrman; W. H. Whltescarv er, Charles L. Corbltt, M. W. Turner, Judge W. W. Moffctt and Dr. J. L. Stcitrnos. By special lnvltatlon, Dr. llugh Trout, of the Jefforson Hospital at Roanoke, was present, antl rendered valuable service to thc committee, who, after due consideratlon, accoptcd the plans submltted, subject to some sllght changes to be made. Tho contract wlll be let as soon as speclflcatlons can bo prepared and blds secured. Owing to the now bulldlngs that are golng up at Roanoke Collego, the pres? ent athletlc grounds havo boen greatly imterfered with, becoming inadcciuutc; henco new grounds aro belng gradetl now on Market Street, west of the colloge, which will nlTord much bctten accommodatlons at publlc ovents. Imllcied for nlurdcr. [Special to The Tlmes-DIspatch.l . Suffolk, Va., March 8.?Anelraw Pur noll and wlfe, Curlew Purnoll, colored. aootised of murtlorlnfr tholr younsr son, Alglo,, and hlding his body In tlio wbotls, to-day, at prellmlnnry hearlnc, were held for indletment. nnel commlt? toe! without ball. Each throws the g'ullt upon tho othor. ?mnmmn.?"-i?'iiii mi ?,?!?? ^CAPSULE$ J? __i.-?l>M???H-.tt urinary! DISCHARQES BHL1EVBDIN i 24 HOURS Each Cap- /*~\\ milo bears fMlOY) the naiiic*S-\__y; Btware efewnterh itt'; ALL bnodoisTs ; A cigarette of Virginia and Carolina tobaccos?known throughout the world. Care in blending has given them an excep tional flavor. The height of southern^ culti-.' vation ' Fall-flaaored and SatUfying lOforSc Bajeball plctures and a *. aluable coupon La each package Old Mill Cigarettes are packed in TIN FOIL THE AMERICAN TOBACCO CO. SPIDERS HAVE FINE BASEBALL PROSPECTS Candidates for Team Are Showing Up in Splen did Form?Will Take Trip Into North ? flpvnlirm?RnVipHnlp. nf (.nmps Wlth lliree of luat year's team, three let? ter men from other collcges of no mean reputation, aud a iiost uf good scrubs to pli-k from, lt looks as if tlio Spldors might u:rn out n baaebntl team that. to say thu least. wlll be wortliy oc any. of her oltl riv als. Tlie. withdrawat of tlie probatlon by tlio president anil faculty means a towcr of strcngth to the tcnm. Every -ludent In thc colleg" now has equal show ln every actlv? lty. Mercdlth was not only a star twlrler of last year. hut stood second on tho bat ting Ust. O'Jfeil, one of last year's strong est scrubs. will vcry likely make a place in the outtleld. Botli of th-ni wero on pro? batlon. whlch has been wlthdrawn by tho kldness of president Boatwright. Coach Dunlop had tho squad on Broad Btreet yesterday afternoon for a tight prac? tlce. First base ls more hotly contested for than any place on tlie dlamond. Arnold. who rormorly played nrst base for *vVllllam and Mary. College, ls showlnic up ln nlce form. Beverly is In the same form that won for hlm tho flrst saek Inst season. Onder wood, who was tho captain ot tho Itan dolph-JIacon Academy team last year and played flrsl base for them, ia maklng the older men open thoir eyes. Brown and Gwathmoy are showlng up well for sccond, and who shall~wln out is yel to bo doter mlncd. Captain .lonkins probably haa tho only "clnch" on the team. and that Is short stop. C'iindidittes In Good Shape. Baggarly and Clll.aro hot rivals for thlrd base, and nelthor havo any troiiblo In get tlng tho ball to llrst. Guy inade good at V. P. I. hehlnd tho bat. and wtll very likely do so hero, but Vnughnn is running hlm close, and might wln out later on. Acroe. who won qulte a reputation as a pltehor around Tappahannock last season, is kcpt ln on account of slckncss, but will bo out ln a few days. nnd is expocted to mako a warm partner for Moredlth on thc pilehlng atatT. "Wllliams for second. Montgomery for third, and JIcFarland for catcher nre not out yet, but are, expected to make a good showlng ln a few days. Those showlng up ivell for nuitleld are If. XI. Taylor, Mtller, Brlstow, Bolton, Suthor land. Coleman and RIchard Taylor. After a few games wlth locnl teams tlio Spiders wlll play tlio Itlchmond profeBsion Pure Whlskey Often Prevcnts Slckncss Many a sorious slckness has been checked in time by the judicloua use of ' SunjwBrook WhffiZSy At a healthful tonic or wholesoms ? tlmulant it has no equal. Its moder? ate use is higrhly benericial to those i who aro ailintr and will increase the vi.or of those wbo are well. Genu? ine SUNNY BROOK is U. S. Stand . ard (100!-) proof?distilled, aged aad, kbottled under the direct super-iiion 'ot U. S. Government Inspectors. SUNNY oJROOK DlSTllXERY CO. Jeffeiioa County, KENTUCKY A FULL QUARTS FOR JfcC ** -BY EXPRESS PREPAin- *&** H. CLARKE & SON, Incorporated 1205 E. Main St? General Dist'rs.f Richmond, Va. McCOY'S CIGAR SENSATION THE TALK OF THE TOWN A Mild Smoke No Artif icial Flavoring. W. S. McCOY, Broad and 8th Sts. a_ai_aB_ag--S--Sag. .i.-.i' i-u .d^-55_5S__---i_5_--_'_l'a- "?.--'j""-". i 'md?-?' als, then tho strong tenm fr.m Penmylvanla Stato Colloge, which comes from tho sarno town where "Dock" Slebor began his baso- . ball career. Tho team takes only ono long trip thla year, and that ls to North Carollna. where thoy play some of thc strongcat teama ot. that State. After tho return from Carollna. there are seven championshlp games, llve it Richmond, one at WYIliamsbur's nnd one at Hampden-Sldney. Alongr wlth theso eames' thero wlll bo a same wlth Mount St. _o_eph Oollcfi*. tho placo whero Itlchmond found "Mlkc" Caastdy. There wlll probably bo two roturn games In PotersburR wlth Car? ollna toams, maklng a totnl ot nlneteon gaiues ln all. Schedule foi- 11)10. Tho -chednle is as follows: March 12?Kichmond Colleglans at college tpendlng-l. March 10?Medlcal Collego of Virginia at ball park. Richmond. - March 2:?Union Theologlcal Sewnlnary at collego. March 26? Richmond profo.slonals at ball park, Richmond. March 31?Pennsylvanla State Collego at Richmond. _. , . Aprll 4?A. and M. College at Ralolgh. Aprll 5?Trinlty Colloge at Durham. Aprll (!?Blon College at Elon College. Aprll 7?Davldson Collcgo at Sallabury. Aprll 11?Randolph-Macon Collcgo at Rich? mond. ? _.'_-':' j Aprll IS?Wako Forcat Colleso at Richmond (pondlng). Aprll 23? Hampden-Sldney Collego at, Hampden-Sldney. Aprll .0?Mount St. Joseph College nt lllchmond. Aprll 30?A. and M. College at petersburg (ponellnR-)l. _?,'_ May 4?Randolph-Macon College at Rich? mond. May 7?Trinlty - Collego " at PetcrsbutlgS (pendlngr). May lt?Hampden-Sldney College at Rich? mond. May 18?Randolph-Macon College at Rich? mond. May 21?Wllllam and Mary Collego at -Wil l-ins-urg-. ? May 25?Wllllam antl Mary Colloge at Richmond.