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COACH TARHEELS __> Carolina Hopeful of Winning from Virgina on Thanks? giving. [Speclal to ThoTlmoH-I. _spaleh.] Chapei Hlll, tt, C November 20.? With thc arrival of "Dogglo" Treneh ard, wlio couclied Carollna's varsity olovon ln 1005, 'when tho Tnrheels overwhelmlngly defeated Virginia to the tune of 17 to 0. on tho Hlll several days ago, and Albert L. Cox, of fial i-lgh, who was All-Southern end hero ln 1002, tlio prospocta for dofeatlng Vlrglnla in Rlchmond on Thanksgiv? ing Day havo assumed a mucli bright cr nnd moro hopeful hue ln spitu of Carollna's defeat at the hands of Washlngton anrl Leo, lt belng gener bily conceded and undcrstood that Carolina playod rings around Wash? lngton nnd Lee, although It was de leated by thc* small scoro of .". to 0. "Dogglo" Trenchard lus an envlablo reputatlon as a coach, who Insplrcs hls men wlth all grades of conll donce and ptits thc splrit of do or dl. in their blood, and wlth thls ln valuable man added to the coaching squad new llfe has been taken on by the Tarheel men. and they are train? lng now as they havo never trained before. Albert Cox has charge of the coach? ing of Carollmi's onds preparatory to the great struggle wlth Virginia on Thanksgiving Day. and a better man fnr the position could not be found. Cox was All-Sotithern end at Caro? lina ln 1002, and wlth such n man __Mcd to the already excellent coach? ing squad the personnel of the en tlro eleven wlll bo considerably lm? proved. Coach Stewart, cflpt-ain and contro of Carollna's husky eleven ln 1004. is coaching the line men. while Head ("oach Brides has charge and personal aupervislon of tho entire eleven, and gettlng the hard est work ro far this season out of tho husky Tarheel team. ProspoctH for dofeatlng Vlrglnla havo considerably hrl-.h tenod Bince Vlrginla's declsive defeat at the hands of Georgetown last Saturday and the arrival on the Hill of two such valuable men as Trenchard and cox. who wlll mako Indespensable members of tho coaching squad. Secret practlce has been going on for several days. and the Tarheel elev? en ls rapidly roundlng into shapo for the great annual Thanksgiving strug? gle. E 10IETII. P. Comparson of Scores Shows Teams Are About Evenly Matchcd. [Speclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch. 1 XV -Jot ln been t; Ralel N. C. i-mber 20.? ch Interest .:::.? as ls P. I.-A. <_ inksgiving. being M. garo_ ? When two such well-coacbed, agros slve team. both wlth m&gnlncent team w ork and splrit. como together the best, highest-class game of football to be piayed ln the South thls year wlll ho pulled off. Speclal trains for thls game wlll be run by both the Norfolk Southern and Seaboard Alr Line from Ralelgh. and als., from GoMsboro and Newbern by .-rn. crlmmcge of the season wlll' be held Monday. After Monday only slgnal practico wlll be given the men. At present all of tho men are ln the very best of physical condition. Thls game will be ?ho last chance to seo A. <fc M.'s famous centre. John Bray, ln action, ns this is hls last year on tho 'Red and Whlte team. llo has already been selected by one of the most promlnent sporting writ ers ln the country as All-Southern centre for 1010. A. &. M. expects to send between 300 and 400 students to Norfolk along wlth the band, to back the team up with their songs and yells. A coniparison of the records of the two teams for this season will bo Interestlng at this time. A. & M. tied Georgetown, 0 to 0, in the Ilrst gamo of the se-ason. The next game A. & M. tled Villanova, G to G. Then A. &. M. defeated Eastern College, 22 to 0. ?nd then Richmond College, 50 to 0. A & M. had no chance to try conclu oions wlth Washlngton and Lee, as tho game was canceled by the latter institution on account of injurles to thelr players: V. P. . defeated West? ern Maryland, 13 to 0.: Davldson. 16 to G Tlie Navy defeated V. P. I., 3 to o V. P. I- defeated Washington and Lee. 23 to 0. and Carolina, 20 to 0. From comparativo scores A. & M.'s showing is equally as good as V. !'. I.'s. The Four Cylincier REO A hich powered car, rich and hand? eot.c, for S 1250.00. 'This car, at this price, is so. remarkable . n achievement that tho thtnking man will want it explalned. Write Reo Motor Salos Co., South Bostoa, Va. The Car That Has No Valves IMPERIAL, MOTOR CAR CO., INC, 00 Ilrond Street. VERBOSA "It Spoaks for Itself," WON THE RACE, ? nd Captured tho First Prize?Publio Favor. TIIE 10C. CIGAR FOR 5C. Havana Flller- -Porto Rlcan Wrapper. Cnll for It bv namo at your dealer. World's Champion "Tlie Hllh-Gelt Cai" JONES MOTOR CAR .O., Allen Avenue and Broad Street. For 30 Yeara tho House of Quallty. Straus, Gunst & Co., DlstJllurs and Blonders ot l-'lue \VIil_kt__. Drink Old Henry its Lo!i_ ltccord Proves lta Merlt. Worth Auto Sales Co., 439-501 W Main St. Phone Madison 7060 The Inimitable Steinway Piano Ench piece of every Steinway Piano is tne personai work of a maO who knows how to make that one thing better than any one else. Every Steinway workman works in harmony with every other work? man. III.wi. , The result ia a jjerfect instru? ment?dtrongly individual and in? imitable. Let tie send yon frce catalog. Walter D. Moses & Co., 103 E. Broad Street. Oldest Music House ln Vlrfitnla and North Carollna. ''1 gB (fr fr I th ln pp ih ERFECT1HG TEAM FOR FINAL GAME ". P. I. Practicing Hard for Contest With A. & M. in Norfolk. Blacksburg-, Va, Novembor 20.?Only fow days of practlco yet romaln to ic V. 1'. 1. football team beforo lt octs lt* old-timc foes, North Caro tia A. & M.. ln Norfolk on Thanksgiv K Day- This tlmo la belng taken ) by Coach Bocock in perfectlng tho cn ln that style of football that ta mado them wlnncra of every game it ono thls season. Lostng only to io Navy, and that by a vory small pore, they havo defeated heavlei ?atnx under unfavorable condltlons o rnan has beon serlously Injured In iy game. and not the sllghtest charge : lneleglbllity has even beon hlnted ?alnst any man on tho team, nor ln iy game played has thero beon a largo of unsportsnianllko playlng ot mduct on the port of the Indlvldual layers. I in the great jyame of the season j sxt Thursday tho regular varslty luad that has played ln nearly all i.. t:-!ni< < heretofore wlll bo seen, ernler. who has been out of the last I vo itamcs, wlll be ln action a>galn. 1 aptain Hodgson, Hughes, Legge and 1 ie other men whoso playlng has at- I ?acted special attention this fall, wlll 1 e on hand, and both teams will } ave tho Incentive of thelr follow tudents and many supporters on the Idellnes to cheer them on to victory 1 r defcat. Ot the indlvldual men r" the method f coachlng or playlng nothlng need e said, thoy have been seen and L-sted in the three other cltles of Vtr inla this year. and will be on exhibit ext week in Norfolk. Followlng tho sual custom. V. 1*. I. ls making no j ash promlses, aro scndlng out no ] dvance "hard luck storles," and are ot dependlng on what they hear of ho other teams to help them. They ro golng to Norfolk to do the very lest that ls in them and to win, lf j uch a thlng ls possible. AMUSEMENTS. HIJou?"Tlirough llratU Valley." I. ul. ln?VaudevUle. My Mnn." Flatterlng and enthuslastlc report? .ro to hand about "My Man," the at ractlon scheduled at the Academy to norrow and Wednesday and Wednes lay matinee. Tho play Is Forres' lalsey's dramatization of his own nov lette, "Tho Quality of Morcy," and ls ironounced a powerful and masterful isyehological treatment of Its theme? rimc and punishment- It ls ln threo icts, and from all accounts holds ltif mdlence riveted from the rlse of the :urtaln untll the flnale of the last cene. Discrlmlnating theatregoer.-' tnd those who appreclate and malntain iramatic offerlngs ln thelr best form mve much to look forward to in thls engagement. "My Mon" comes direct rom its successful engagement. at th<? Jijou Theatre, ln New York, and wlll ie presented hero wlth the samo casto md productlon. 'He Felt in Love Wlth Hls Wife." At tho Academy, November 25 and :fi, Rlchmond playgoers will have their irst view of E. P. Roe's great novel, 'Ho Fell tn Love Wlth His Wife." in Iramatic form. It ls a wholesome omedy, taken from the pages of Mr. "toe's greate?t work by Miss Edlth Sllls, author of "Mary Jane's Fa," whe ias developed a play, retalning ln its mtlrety tho characters created by the luthor. 'The Servnnt In the Hoitdf." Few plays produced ln recent years rave aroused so much comment aa 'The Servant ln the House," which 'omes to tlie Academy of Music No .?ember 24 for one night and special I'hanksglving Day matinee. It has en ioyed remarkable runs ln both New Vork and Chlcago, and has added to Jiat record a scries of really remark iblo succcsses achleved ln every large ;lty in whlch it has been presented. riio play ls descrlbed as a modern comedy, sparkllng with humor, but ts themo is intensely dramatlc and several of Its scenes are of sucli stir "ing pathos as to occasionally border an tragedy. lt the BIJou. In reviewing "Through Death Val? ley," the molodramatlc scenlc produc? tlon, Acton Davles, the crltlc of tha New York Evenlng Sun, sald: "I'm freo to confess that whlle many of these latter day molodramatlc products movo me to laughtor rather than to deeper emotions, I thoroughly enjoyed tho performance last night of 'Through Death Valley.' It ls a melodrama ?v'lth a purpose. It ls not conj&ructcd with? out rhymcor reason, but it shows viv Idly conditions as thoy exlst in tho far Wost, especially among the Mormons. I can hoartlly recommend lt to thoso theatre-goers that preter action to drawlng room cplgrnms. Tn its way ?Through Death Valley' ls not one blt loss lnterestlng or less substantial than 'The Glrl of thc Golden West' or ?Tho Sauawman.' " Y. M. C. A. Athletics Tlio graded class teanis competed Saturday nlght in tho lOU-yiird dash and lndoor baseball. Tha Red and Bluo mado the best average time. Tlie highest indlvldual tlmo wus mado by E. Tl, Dunford, who negotlated tho dlstance ln twelve and two-llfths sei onds. Tho Orango and Bluo won tho lndoor basebnll games. Standing of the, teams In polnts ls: Red, 13; Orange, 10; Blue, 7; Green, ti. Events foi Tuesday wlll be runnlng hlgh jumr und rolay pursult rnce, und for Satur? day 2 20-yard dash and banghall Thoro wero lifty-two mon in tlie Sat? urday nlght class, and tho alm foi thls woolc Is sovetity-llve. Tho spoolal ovonts for thls weok wlll bo as follows: Wednostluy at S P. M., duckpln bowling match botween tho Lifo ln suranco Company of Virginla und the South Atlautlo Llfo Insurunco Cont pany. Thursday nlgltt, beginnlng , nl 9 o'olbu.k, buskethall gamo, .HuiloYp vs. Iiitoriiiediutcs;' tho "Eluuhant" bv'l-lyi s nlors; Indoor bnseball game, Nlght J lss vs. Afternoon Class; baskotbali mo, Bonior U-ain vs. rteaervns, Thoso m.8 wlll bo open to members and '?nds. both men and women. For iso who are unfamlllar wlth theso loor gamos thla wlll bo a good op rtunlty to got ncqualnted wlth them. Frlday nlght at 8:15 o'clock, Indoor soball gamo botwoen teams from tho m's Blblo classes of Lelgh Street .ptist and Unlon Btutlon Churchos. B_?ldoH theso spociak eventsv the tfuln-r clasBes will bo conducted and o leaguo garnen of Indoor baseball 11 bo piayed on Monday, Wednesday d Frlday nt 8:36. Tho reglstratlon 11st for thn baskot 11 leaguo wll remain open tlll Satur y, Novembor 20. Official American League Batting Averages 1910 Chlcago, 111., Nov, 20.?Jackson, of eveland, mlght havn beon a dlsputant Ith both Lajoio and Cobb for tho ?lzn automoblle for hlttlng ln tho morican Baseball Leaguo durlng 10 but for tho limlted number of imes in whlch ho appeared. In the Ilclal list of battlng averages mado lbllo to-day ho hcada the 11st wlth percentage of .387. Ile appeared ln ily twenty games, however, and waa >t ellglblo for tho prizo. Cobb ls second, wlth a perccntago : .385, and Lajole thlrd, wlth .384. Philadelphla hcads tho clubs ln bat ng, wlth .265; Chicago being last, Ith .212. Lajolo piayed ln tho grcat !t number of games of any player . the league, hls record belng 591 mes at bat ln 159 games. i lndi.lilunl llnttln?. AB. ickson, Cleveland. 75 .bb, Detrolt . 509 ijole, Cleveland . 691 227 .384 ?eaker, Boston . 538 183 .340" :runk, Philadelphla_ 48 16 .333 ohnhorst, Cleveland... 62 20 .323 .111ns, Philadelphla ... 583 188 .332 oestner, Cleveland ... 48 15 .313 nlght. Now York. 414 129 .312 ldrlng. Philadelphla .. 546 168 .308 asterly, Cleveland .... 363 111 .306 clnnes, Philadelphla ..78 22 .301 urphy, Philadelphla .. 560 168 .3"0 unnlngham, Wash'ton.. 74 22 .297 arger, Boston . 68 20 .294 elehanty, Detrolt . 378 111 .393 hase. New York. 524 152 .290, rawford, Detrolt. 588 170 .289 ree, New York. 467 134 .387 ewis, Boston . 641 153 .283 aker, Philadelphla .... 561 159 .2.3 ardner, Boston. 413 117 .383 llan, Washlngton. 531 148 .279 homas, Philadelphla... 180 60 .277 chaefer. washington... 229 63 .270 .agner, Boston . 491 134 .3(3 tahl, Boston . 531 144 .271 ender, philadelphla- 93 25 .269 iooper, Boston. 584 156 .26/ .olter, New York. 479 138 .267 .ord, Boston. Chicago.. 453 121 .267 .orks, Detrolt. 30 8 .26i i. Jones, Detrolt. 377 100 .265 .ellvelt, Washington... 347 92 .26a llck, Cleveland. 6S 18 .20u .aporte, New York. 432 114 .264 Ingle, N. ?.. Boston_376 99 .3>;:; lush, Detrolt. 496 130 .262 tovall, Cleveland. 521 136 .2nl S'ood, Boston. 63 1S *'-'.1 .akc, St. Louis. 81 21 .360 tarry, l'hiladelphla. 4S7 126 .2.9 iessler, Washington- 487 126 .-aV chmldt. Detrolt. 197 61 .-';>'?> Vallace. St. Louls. "08 131 .-->a tone. St. Louls. 562 144 .-56 lullin. Deti'olt. I-23 ???' ?-?.'? '. Jones, Detrolt. 432 ll" -oo _an., Chlcago.,. 51 13 .-? ,ord. Cleveland, Phlla.. 4S9 124 .Sol lonroy, Washington-351 _*__.___, New York. 3.6 90 ..M IcConnell. Boston, Chl.. 165 o9 .-[.-. lorlarty, Detrolt. 490 1-3 .-al Zlberfeld, Washlngton.. 4__ 114 .2t.ii Cinsella, St. Louis. 12 - .-oo :arrigan, Boston. 34- 88 .--JJ lavis. Philadelphla. 492 12J .-18 lougherty, Chicago. 443 110 .-4S Iray. Washlngton. 8o -l .-??< lardlner, New York- 2.1 66 .-44 leloan, Chicago........ 2_. &4 .--u leitmuller, Philadelphla IU 27 .34J I'Leary, Dotrolt... 241 ^1 -^ itephens, St. Louis..... 299 72 .241 lernphlll, N?v _ ork- 3al 84 .-JJ loff.nan. St. Louls. 380 90 .237 Jnggs St I.ouls. 416 9. ._?>?> Iraney. Cleveland. 454 107 .J3B Jclntyre. Detroit. 30a 1. .?? Cnapp, Cleveland. 59 14 ... 8 ;nglaub, Washlngton... 431 101 .-34 .app, Philadelphla. 192 4o ...11 .ather. _ Detrolt. 8- }?? ??*; Julnn, New Vork. 82 1J ?-; ?rlss, St. Louis. 91 -1 ;-?},} irowne. Wash., Chlcago, lo- 31 .231 .IcBrlde. Washlngton... 51 118 .-30 rurner, Cleveland. -. 574 13- ... 'chweltzer. St. Louis- 3,9 87 .230 ditchell. New York. 196 45 .... Cillifer. Washlngton.... 34a <9 .--J .irmingham, Cleveland. 367 84 .--J _ivne, Chicago. Z? ?? ?--'J rannehill, CVlcago.?? ->*0 al .3 iomerlot, Wlshington.. 03 14 -l ?lartsel. Philadelphla... 28a. 63 .--i -errlng. Cleveland...... 12'- -. .--i .oombs, Philadelphla... 132 f. .--0 rruesdale. St. Louis. 415 JI .219 lartzell, St. Louis. "4- 118 --'8 ^urtell, Chicago, Boston aa6 117 .-18 Wistin New York. 432 94 .318 .".d. ? Chicago. 498 108 .2 Walsh, Chicago... 188 30 .-17 ?Cewnam. St. Louis. 384 83 .-10 3emls, Cleveland. 167 Jb ,3l& toach, New York....... 2-0 47 .-U S'lles, Boston. Cleveland 291 6.. .31 Club Battlng. AB. Runs. Hits. P.C. Philadelphla ... 5.151 673 1364 .3?a .__.__.:::::::: Im **o is?? .^ *.ow York. ".OtiJ 626 . I,2.i3 .-4< Cleveland . 5,420 548 1,311 .242 Washlngton .... 5.011 501 1,182 .236 St louls . ??? 5.052 449 1,092 .216 __icagouls:::.... 5,011 m i..e_ .212 F0recn.1t: Vlrgluln?Falr Monday; Tuesday> generally falr; rl?i__ tem lieruturet 1 Ight, vnrluble .vluds, beconi lujr .south. North Cnrolln a?Falr Momlny nn" riiesdaj ; llRht, yarlable wlnds. CONDITIONS YESTERDAY. Clear. Tliermometer at mldnight, 36. CONDITIONS IN IMPORTANT CITIES. fAt S P. M. Eastern Standard Time.l Placo Ther. 11. T. Weather. San Franclsco... 60 62 Cloudy N'cw York. 40 40 Clear Buffalo . 28 32 P. cloudy Knoxville . 18 56 Cleai Kansas . 18 52 Clear Oklahorna . 50 58 C. ear AtlanTTo City.... 36 44 Cloar Memphls . 58 60 Cloar Loulsvllle . 46 53 Clear Charlotte . 42 50 Cloar Savannah . 54 58 Ulear Ralelgh . 'l- 'IS ('le;ir Wllmington - 44- 50 Clear Charleston . 52 56 Clear Augusta . 48 56 Clear Norfolk . 40 42 Clear Hattoras . 48 ? 52 r. cloudj New Orloans_ 52 54 Cloudy Atlanta . 52 56 Clear Moi.ile . 60 62 Clear jacksonvlllo .... 52 58 Clear Tampa. 54 64 Clear i iipitot* . 64 72 Cloar Asheville . 42 54 P. cloudy Washlngton .... 34 46 Ulear Pittsburg. 10 44 Cloar (Mlleago . 44 46 Clear Boston . 36 42 Clear MIN1ATU1IE ALB1XSXC, Novomber 21. 1910. HHlir TlDfci. Stin risea_ 6:57 Morning.-?? 'J'*0' Sun sets.4:55 Kvcnlng- ?>'"'?' THANKSGIVING WEEK rou^i^^fh Vai Hext Week-The Tiiming Point OUGHT EI"PILL" [0 KILL HUSBAND rs. Schenk Fell Into Trap Laid for Her by Dctcctivc Nurse. ENSATIONAL EVIDENCE /itnesses Go Before Grand Jury and Tell of Poison Plot. [Special to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.] Whocllng, XX'. Va., November 20.?So n.'iatlonal was the character of the ldenco prcsented beforo the special and Jury that Indleted Laura b'arna irth Schenk on the charge of admln icrlng polson. to her husband, John Schenk, tho mllllonalre pork pneker, r tho purpose of causlng hls death, ut members of the grand Jury aro lllng thelr friends Just what trans red behlnd the closed iloors. Thc evldence dlsclosed thero, though, cordlng to the Statement of 1'roso itlng Attorney J. 11. llandlun, lt la )t one-tenth ot the evldence hc has ,-ainst Mrs. Schenk, shows one of the ost dastardly plots ever concelved In e mlnd of a human belng. Thero were only threo wltnesses?Dr. rank Le Moyno Hur", Miss Evans, e nurse who walted on Schenk he? re polsonlng was suBpected, and Mlss line, the detectlve nurse. The prose itor told the grand jury lt was neces ,ry that hc should not alsclose the entlty of the detectlve nurse, but ice or twico during hls evldence ho illed her Miss Kline. Miss Kline was illed tnto tho case after -suspicion was ?ousod, Dr. Hupp lnforming Mrs. ihenk that her husband's condltlon ns such that lt would bo necessary to ive another nurse. Mlss Kline played her part well. She stilled before the grantl Jury that she as ut the Schenk home for two days iforo the patient was removed to tho, lo orth Wheellng Hospltal. She tirst, ?ew Mrs. Sclienk out by saylng: "Do you know tha.1 your husband ls kely to keol over at any mlnuto anrl J 1< rop d?_.d? It mlght happen at any me, whlle he waa going to the balli 10m or for a drlnk of water." "Ho can't dle too soon for me," Mra :honk replled, according to testlmony f Miss Kline. "It he'd die I'd bo tho applest woman ln the world." Witness sald Mrs. Schenk told her tie was "nothlng but an Indian slave" bout her homo; that hor husband mls ?eatcd hor. and t_at she was slok of it 11. The whole "Dutch Schenk fani y." she sald, made her slck, All they new was "monoy and meat," and all ho heaxd was "money and meat." "Well, I don't blatne you." witness nld Mrs. Schenk. "I wouidn't want a usband like that. I belleve I'd want Im dead. too, and would try to get rid f hlm." At this remark. witness told tho I rand jury, Mrs. Schenk lald her hand I n witness's shoulder ln a confidential ray. and said: "Would you? Wlll you help me to ' ;et rld of hlm?" "Well, I have never done anything ike that before." Mlss Kline replled. But I'm a poor woman; I have had <> work hard all my llfe, and I don't liiow what 1 mlght do lf lt was worth nv whlle." Witness further testlfied that Mrs. ichenk sald she would pay her. and >ay her well. She told Mrs. Schenk ho thought it was worth $5,000, but .Irs. Schenk said she didn't havo that ntich monoy. but that she would givo ler $1,000 and see that sho never had o work again as long as she llved. Mrs. Kline testifled that she sug jested to Mrs. Schenk that she givo lim a "knockout plll," and that thc atter snld she would get lt. Mrs. Schenk sald she would glve 5500 for i plll, that would put an end to her rusband's life. At this time Schenk tvas ln the hospltal, and lt was ar nnged that Mrs. Schenk should secure ihe plll nnd bring it to tlie hospital lhat Monday moining before slie was irrested. Miss Kline sald she walted untll noon, and Mrs. Schenk failed to put ln her appearanee, and she called her up and Mrs. .Schenk told her she ivas unable to get the -ill. the compo sltion of which the witness did not know. any place and tliat she had been all over town, through all alleys and np and down everywhere withoul be? ing able to secure thc deadly pellet. Mrs. Sclienk suggested that they had better not discuss the matter over tlie telephone and that she would see her and talk to her about it. She waa still making an effort to get tlie plll up until the time of hor arrest Wed? nesday evenlng, when Mrs. Schenk created kucIi a scene at the hospital by threatening to kill Albert Schenk, that she was arresteii that nlght, al? though lt had been planned not to arrest her for several daya. ga 11 Widely Known Men Will Ad? dress Annual Convention in Washington. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.1 Washington. November 20.?The seventh annual convention of the Na? tional Rlvers and Harbors Congress, which will bt- held in this city Decem? ber T, S and P. is expected to hrina to the national capital tho lurgesl gathering of waterway enthuslasts ever assembled in this country. Presi? dent Taft, who wlll dellver the opening address to thc delegates, sald recently in the coiiYse of a speech tn Chlcago that transportation was the quest'on of the hour, and that tho only solutlon of the problom was recourso to thi' waterways of tho United States. Probably next in importance to tho address of President Taft wlll bo tho speech of Judson Harmon, of Ohio, who for yenrs has been a close student of the qiiostlon of lmproved waterways, In addltion to theso dlstlngulshed citizens, others quite as well known in thelr sovernl vocatlons will dollvor ad? dresses during the days of tho con? vention. Among theso will bo Hon. Clifton Softon, chalrman of Conserva tion of tho Canadlan Govorrunont; the Mexican Ambassador, Genertii W. ii. liixby, chlef of qnglnoora; Governor Horace White, of New Vork; Represen? tative Chnliip Clark, of Mlssourl; Col or.el Wllllnm L. sibort, member ot thu Panama Canal Commlsslon', who wlll speak on "The Panama Canal as u CotiiH'clIng Llnk Between Our Coasts"; Walter S. Dlrlcey. of Kunsas City, chief promotiT of the Kansas Clty Rlvov Steamboat Line; P, W. Crandnll, na? tional chairman of tho railroad com? mlttee of thc Triivi'lers' I'lotectluu As sociallon; Robert .1. MacFarland, of Hn oklyn, who Is ono of the leiullng splrlts ln the' Now Vork Watorw-is Association, and Mrs. Hoylo Toinpklos, uf Louisiana, president of tlie Wouuin's Nntlonnl lllvors and llarhors Congrosa. The appearanee of tho clilof of en? glneers upon tho platform of tho eon gresb marks ti precodoiu, aa nono of llu: precuilillg chlefa of ong'ineeru has evjpr aililri'ssed this body. Tho particular objec.llon to thoso oiiu-iiils eppeai'lng bn the platform has been that thoy wero Intlimitely usao-, ted wlth tho recommendutlonn for ? Improvement of the watorways of : country, nnd that thelr roferences tho name mlght bo regarded ns offl 1 In character; therefore greater Im -tanco mlght attach to thelr utter 'es than would otherwlse bo the cane. neral Hlxby hos accepted tho Invl lon of Presldont Ranstlell to address s congrcsB, after pormlsslon from the irotary ot War. ''our thousand delegates attonded tho iventlon held hero last year, nnd, :ordlng to Secretary Alllson, who haa inod headquarters tn Washington, a number wlll ho groatly nuginentod the fothcomlng convention. ipcchil Importance wlll attach to tho Iress of Colonel Slbert on the vulue tho Panama Canal. P. H. McG. s Meeting nt St. i.onN. 3t. Louls, Mo., Novomber 23.?Thn h annual convention of the Uikos lo i Gulf Deep Waterway Assoclatlon, bo held here beginnlng November ia expected to be thc largest and ist Important In the hlstory ot the gnnlzatlon. More than 5,000 dclc tcs already havo slgnlilcd thelr In itlon of attendlng. rwenty-threo Governors and thlrty ngressmen wlll attend the Seaslona, iC guest llst lncludcs many proml nt womon of the country. Three of e princlpal spnakors of the conven ? n wlll be Woodrow Wllson, of New rscy; John A. Dlx, of New Vork, and dson Harmon, of Ohlo, nll recently ?ctod Governors. Governor John Franklin Fort, ot :w Jersey. and Governor-Elcct Eu ne Foss, of MsiRsachuactts, nre also pected to be present. - ?-. LiNDREDS OF HOnSEMEJJ llEAJJY FOU ItAt.i: OI'I'.MMl Jacksonville, Fla., November -0.? ith but a few days before the open g of the race meeting at Moncrler, X\ ndreds of horsetnen arrived ln .lacn- |lr nvlilo to-day. Princlpal Interest cen- k _ on the Thanksgiving hamtlcap, "ilch wlll be run on tho openlng day, trles for whlch were nnnounced to ght. Entries and welghts tor tlie aanksgivlng handicap are ns Xoi Donald McDonald, 124; Guy Flsher, 9: Emporor William, 114; 'l. M ?een, 114; Mary Davls. 113; Racquet, lr (.'?"Tom Hayward, 109; Great lleavens, ;'john Reardon, 109; Milton tl.. 107; ?iend Harry. 10a; Berca Orande. 104; ck Parker, 102; Carlton G., 10.1. Dr. oizborg, 101; Kosseaux, 92. ___-_ jRckson?Mnn*. [Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.] Charlottesvllle, Va., November 20.? arrlson Starr Jackson, youngest son ' j Tyler Jackson, of thls clty. and iss Mary Emma Muse. daughter of r and Mrs. M. P. Muse, of Port orfolk. wero marrled at the home of r and Mrs. S. B. Spratley. at waver ? where Mlss Muse had been thc uest of Mlss Spratley for the past eek. Tho brido was attended by Iss Ruth Spratley. her former school iate, while M. Davld Breslauer, of ortsmouth. was best man. The cere lonv was porformed by tlie Rev. XX. .' Edwards. of the Baptist Church. he brlde ls a formor student of the /harton-Core College. Norfolk, and ol i\c Women's College, Richmond. The room ls eonneeted wlth the brldge en ineer's office of the Seaboard Air Line lailway. -?? Bnnkcm Wlll Meet. ISpeclal to The Tlmes-Pi-"atch.] Lynchburg, Va., November 20.? Iroup 4 of the Virginla Bankers' As- | :ooiation. which includes the cities I nd towns of ? Centrnl Virginla, will j :old its annual meeting at Farmvllle | n the nlght of December 10. The rarmvllle banks are arranging for he ctit.-rtainment of seventy visiting lankers. The last meeting was held n Lynchburg. -_? Ftre In Wadesuoro. ISpecial to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.1 Wndesboro, N. C. November 20.?A lulldlng occupled as -a waste room t the Wndesboro Cotton Mills was lestroyed by tire thla mornlng. The ire was dlscovered about G o'clock, .nd because the watchmen hnd not tept up steam lt was impossible ? to ret water In time to extlnguish it. L'he loss is about $1,000. .\'ot Serlotwly 111. (Special to The Times-Dlspatch.1 ClKtrlottesville, Va., November 20.? rhe report that Ser.itor Martln is se? rlously 111 of liver trouble at hls lome near the university ls erroneous. Senator Martin has had a slight al _ack of bronchltls. His condition to lay Is much imnroved --d he is able to ho up and about the house._ News of Son South Richmond Bureau, The Times-Dispatch, 110.'l Hull Street. Hundreds of members of the many 3lhle classes of South Rlchmond and /icinity took part ln yesterday's parad? if the Federatlon of Blblo Classes or Rlchmond. About eight or ten classes, ?ormlng the nrst division, under tho eadership of Judge Ernest 11. Wells, .vere represented. Every class assefn ,led about 2:15 P. M. at Nlnth and Main Streets, and were plticed ln the rnirTfl^UT ITiBl academy,?:;:; Matlneo Saturday. The Qualnt Comedy, He Fell in Love With His Wife From the Novel of _. P. Roe. AcIdeITy, Thanksgiviiig Matinee and Nlght. The Henry Miller Associate Players, in The Servant in the House ACADEMY ^ __ ^ Matinee Wednesday. Scats now sclliiiK f<"' Fredcrick Thomp son's production of MY MAN Bv Forrest tlalsey. VIRGINIA -VS CAROLINA TllANKSUIViNC, DAY, Oroad street i?ark, Camo called 2:30, Besorved scats. ?LG0, Ueneral ad? mlsslon, $1.00, THE LUBIN OalR ThankislvitiB oitoriiiK of Superior Vainli'Villi! aml Uie World's Ureatoat Photo liliiys. Adml-Hlou. 10c, C'h**Aren at iiiaiiiKus, 5c. [ ALSE PRETENSE asc Goes to Court, and Fine of $50 Is As? sessed. [Sp. r-hii to The Tlmes-Dlspatch. | Wlnchester, Va? November 20.?On? the flrst cases of the kind, It |j Id, over trled ln Vlrglnla was thal tho Shenandoah County Clrcult urt severnl daya ago of tho Com muealth against C. A. Tcwalt, ol edcrick county, charged with lar. ny, or nbtainlng money under false etenscs. Tewalt sold a horse to ivrnnco Ilammond, elilmlng It to ba lind ln every respect, bul it. was und to bo parrot-moutlted. wlth a iak back, both hlnd legs curbed, anrl r such mlsrepresentatlon ho was licted by tlu- grand Jury. A larg'i lmber of wltlnesses testlfled, and a Jury brought in a veijdlct of petlt "ceny against Tcwalt ahd lined him D. Through aervlce has been resumed aln on th<* Baltimore and ohio Rail ad on lta Shenandoah Valley dlvlslon 1111 Lexlngton, lt having beon Intcr pted for nearly a whole weok on count ot a 250-foot brldgo burnlng ar Lexlngton. Many of the tralns n moro than an hour and a half hlnd tlmo, and tho travellng publlc Ifered numerous lnconvenlcnces. Blshop R. A. Gibson. of Rlchmond Iclated at the consecration of th. iv St. Stephen's Protestunt Eplscopa! lurch at Bcrrytown, Rooklngfham unty, on Frlday afternoon, and waa slsted by Itev. W. D. Smlth, rector Christ Church of Wlnchester. who eached tho sermon. Other mlnlster! i-ro ln thn sanctuary. The church ilch ls a memorial to the lato Mrs . II. Baker. of Wlnchester, wlll ha charge of Itev. ,1. II. Ellis', the well lown mountaln mlsslonary of Itock Bliani county. Mrs. I. H. Mooro. wife of a, woll lown farmer llving near Kcrnstown, almost dlstracted over the death of r two-months-old daughter, Agnes iore. -whlgh was caused by suffoca >n. Mrs. Moore placed the bed vers too snugly about the chlld's ad, and she was smothered to death irlng the nlght. Ono of the largest plpo orgnn3 In ds section of tho Stato ha?s Just ?en comnlnted in Market Street ethodlst Episcopal Church, of Win lester, at a cost of several thousand illars The organ has about 1,000 pes, and extends from tho floor to ie colling of tho church. Andrew irneglo contrilmtcd $1,000 toward tho ?gan fund. II. P. Bochenour. a widely-known trmer and stock dealer of Lobanon liurch, lies in a precarious condltlon . the home of P. .T. Campbell. near npon Road, as tho result of belng dzed suddeniy with hemorrhages fron* a intestinal ulcer. With a view of hnrnessine the pow r ln the Shenandoah Rlver ln the Icinity of Strasburg. a. charter has een obtalned from tho Vlrglnla Cnr oration Commission by tho Manufac jrlncr Light and Power Company, of trasburg, wlth an authorized capital f $50,000. Some of the leadlng husi ess men of tliat sectlon are stock oldors. Thev intend to furnish olec rlclty day and nlght for iUuinlnatlng nd manufacturlng purposes. AVhilo at Front Royal a few days go, Governor Mann was asked lf it iero true that he intended to be a andldate for Senator Martln's seat in he United States Son.-te, to whlch ie replied: "There is not. f*- sllghtest oundatlon for tlie runior. My am illlon has been realized. and my sole im now is to make my admtnistra lon one of progress and thrift for Ud Vlrglnla. I want to see our great !ta>to advance, and my efforts wlll e untiring toward this end." Announcement has been made of tlio orthcomlng marrlage of Mlss Annie Cennoy Dovell. slster of Harper II. lovell. a well-known hotel proprietor, ormorly of Wlnchester. but now of ^ront Hoyal, to John E. Overbey, of Danville, The wedding ls to tako dace In Front Royal on .lanuary 11. Thus fnr nothlng has beon heard if tho tvhereabouta of tho mysterlous ,-oims woman dressed in cxponsivo ?lothes and givlng the namo of _. ludson. of Indiana, whose efforts to mwn over .1,000 worth of dlamonds or $150 at Strasburg wero futilo a 'e\v days ago. She wns turnod down y the bank offlclals, Jewelers and :h Richmond ilne of march. Upon a special request from .ludge Wells, president of the Wesley Blble Class of the Central Methodist Church, the classes met yes? terday morning at 9:30 o'clock, when Arrangements woro completed. The Rev. W. G. Burch, pastor, preached yesterday morning and even? ing in Asbury Metliodlst Ciniivh. Hls morning subject was "AU His Bene llt.i." and al night, ??Measure for Meas? ure." The Rev. ,1. W. Durhani, pastor of tho Bainbridge Streot Baptlst Cliurcn, conducted both services ye.-terday, Tlio pastor, tlio Rev. ,1. J. l*'-ix, preached al both services ln Portel Street Presbyterlan Church. Two servlces were conductod yes? terday bv Itev. ,1. T. Haley, pastor ot Storkton Street Baptlst Church, in Odd Follows' Hall, Elghth ancl Hull Streets. ?iundtiy school services wero held at 1:30 in tho morning, Speclal sermons were preached at both mornlng and evening servlces. Tho funeral of Vernell, tho two-year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Georgo T Fowler, who died Sattirddy rnorhlns at 5 o'clock, of pneumonia, at 200 Mld lothimi Turnplke, look placo l'rom tlio home yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Rev. Mr. Sale conducted tho servlces. TJje lnterment was made in Maury Cemetery. fienernl News Notes, A Thanksgiving reunion wlll be helil by the Ladies' Aid Society of Porter Streot Presbyterian Church In the par? lors 01' thc manse this afternoon at 4 o'clock. Every member uf tho soclety ls invlted 10 bo present and brlng along a silver offering. A salo of Thanksgiving cakes, pies and varlous aweets wlll he held at Ullniaii'm store Wednesday mornlng at 11 o'clock bv tlie women of tbe ln iiustrlai Chapter of Meade Memorial Church. Tho Sl. Agnes Gulld of .Meade Me? morial Church wlll meet thls evoning at 8 o'clock in the roblng room. (Jno Monday in each rponth has boen set nptirt for a social occuslon. AU aro rcciuesled to keep allve the good work of tho soclety. Tho women of BatnbrldKe Streot Baptist Church wlll not conduct thelr annual Thanksgiving sale. Mrs. a. Claronce Atklns antl Mrs. lt. 11. Rlchardson have returned to South Rlchmond after a pleasant two-weoks' vlslt to New Vork. Harold Jones ls quit,o Ui at hls homo on Porter Streot, Rev, -I. K. Jolliff, who was tho guest of .M. A. Campbell for the' conference, has left lor his home. Mlas'Jahlo Walkor, who has been ill for several days. is much better. Drval Clieathain lias returned to hla home in Tampa, Fla., after a visit to ills slster, Mis. J. W. Wulthall. Miss Julla VV-ilthall. accompanled by M.s.-is. Nt.'iivln.mid Posl, from illack Htone, waa at the homo of her parents Mlsa Sadlo Harman, who has been the guesi ot Mrs, Walthall, has returned to her home lii Hliickstone. Mrs. Frank rautliorno and daugli ler, who havo been vlslting Alrs. Au? gustlne Royall for siuuc tlmo. returned to Ui_ir homo in Norfolk on Saturday. Beauty ts a synonym for the name Chalmers Our cars have a beauty of line, workmanship and finish which places them in a cktas by themselves. And beauty means efficiency?it means unity, compicteness; things possible only in a highly per fected motor car. There is no reason why your car should not be beau? tiful as well as serviceable. Gordon Motor Company, Inc. "Cars of Character" Richmond, - Vhrginia hors to whom she appealed. and ice leiwlng for Woodstock on the I xt train all trace of her has been <t. Grav Sllver, who belongs to an old rglnla Vnlloy family, and represents, rkelcv. Itainpshlre and other coun iti in'the West Virginla Senate. ls ln? urgopl by polltlcal leaders to come a cnndldato for presldent or nt body, now that the Democrats 11 havo a majorlty. ___-*?-????? Invttnttonn Isnacd. [Special to The Tlmos-Dlspatch.1 Lvnchburg. Va., November 20.?-Mr. id Mrs. Stephen Gilllam, of Madison elehts have lssupd Invltations to e marriago of thelr daughter, Mlss >ssle Ollllam. to Clarenco D. Shaner, 0 event to 'ike place at t1-- Madison cthodlst Church next Wednesday 'enlnp at 9 o'clock. Special Wood s better if you can get it. I am elling several carloads of Oak, 'ine, Hickory and Slab every day. t was split specially for my cus omers. It has been piled up in irge ricks and kept specially dry. have special arrangements in my ard to saw and prepare, and a pecial delivery automobile truck o deliver with. Try the leader ir. vood. My Coal aU burns to ashes. Office: 1506 West Broad. Phone Madison 1069. Repalrlng. Voiclng and General Overhaullng. Let us estlmate for you. Phone Madison 650S. Crafts, Flfth and Grace Streets. "Lucca Olive Oil" IX BVEHV PANTIIY WHERE l?l!IUTV PREVAILS. CHASIE TRAFEERI, Importer, Mad. IU20. 600 West Maln St. Mr. M. V. Lassiter Formerly with Duggins, is now with 9 Men's antl Boys' Outfitters. W. Fred. Rlchardson s Sioniuc nud Transfer Department, Maln nnd Belvlilere Sts. Haullng, Packlng and Stortng High Grado Hou.sohold Goods, ?Phones: Madison 813, *ay; Monroe S-TJ. night. __ Reliable Furniture and Stoves AT Jones Brothers & Co.'s, 1418-1420 E. Main Street. ELECTRIC 726 East Main Street. c C ONGO ROOFING This 19 tho roofing whlch is.guar antoed to laat t<Mi yours wtth a gen? uine surety bond wlihh gtvos th? buyer absolute protcctlon. riampla ou' roniicst. UOltOOX MKT.M. CO., Illcbmond, Va.