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Of ME FOREST Carl Betts, Left End, Choscn to Lead Eleven in Fall of 1911. [Special to The Tlmes-Illapntrh.] TVake Forest, .V. C, December 1.?Thr football aqiind met yoaterday nnd olccted ''ar; t.. Betts. nf Rotnc; Oa., captain tor the team ot next year. JBetta la n mctnbei of the .tunlor clnm, hnvlnu enterod tho aophomoro olnaa ? lael yeftf. Two yc.ir3 ago hr waa captoln of tho team of the Ralclgli JIlKh Sehooi, and nm o mib on the team of thla college laat ynr. Thla year at left end ho haa been a malnatoy 61 ihe team. He ln quick to set ilnwn on putita. a suro nnd hard lackler, a maater nt brraklns up In ter/erence. nnd hfl* auprrhtim.in endurnnre. He n-in alwaya let an esample for team matoa. In two .voara lie hns mlssed but three practlcca, nnd these on account of in.liirlea, and hns not been late to a alngle one. ln hls clasa-room Betts Is a Rood stu dent. and hna an envlable nveraKe 0n all hla work. He la on:y nlneleen years of age, Ia slx feet tall and wfigiu 150 pounds. with lhc rlert;oi: of captain otia naturally !nnk) on the record of the team of thla nd thi prospects tor a team next ? m th? i haa b Incd hy idp. von thf wlnn but t ig F0.I ad ?y one hi to have a umstances. Illy during linli who have cngnced. ihe entire aojton. Footba Its Intancy at thla place, layed football for years Though the arores have not been In favor ol Walce Korest the experlence fralned haa been benehclal. Coach Rpwe has hnd In hls ?.-.-:jfty squad iu-enty-two mon who have play<d In part of three lntercolleglate sa:nif. hesldes three othera who have par tlrlpatcd ln t?o gnmes. Of the entire twenty-flve, only four are senlors, three of these being aubstltutes, nnd the regular player wlll return next year for his M. A. degree, as wlll one of the substitutos. Of the remalnlng twenty-two men thr.eo are luniors, eight aro sophomores and ten are freshmen. Besidej thee: ther: is the entire acrub team which wlll return. Wlth these as a m:e;cus Wake Forest exp. ets to put into the rk-;d a team thnt can copo wlth tho ele\ena >>f other col'mRes ot thls tion. Donald M'Donald, Ruling Favor ite, Wins Best Race of Day. Jacksonville. Fla., December 1.?With. the exeeptton of the fourth race, there was little class ln to-day'a card. In thls race, a purse event at a mile, scratches" reduced the flekl to four starterE. with Donald MaiDonald. ruling 1 to 3 favorlte ln the botting. The lattor Jumped into tho lead at the fall of the ilag and led to the atretch, where Master Kobert overtook him, and looked llkc the winner. but Trox ler, went to work on the favorlte and respondlng gamely to the urging, Donald McDonald, again forged to the front, winntng by a neck, whlle Mas? ter Robert beat Rob K. three lengihs for the place. Flrst race?solllng. two-year-olds, flve and a half furlongs?Ladasette (8 to 1), first; llusky Lad (1 to 3), sec? ond; Spllnters (6 to 5), thlrd. Time, 1:07 3-b. Second race?selling, ? three-year-olds and up, slx furlongs?Abrasion (7 to 5), first; O. Era (3 to 1), second; Shawnee (even), thlrd. Tlme, 1:15 2-5. Thlrd race?selling, three-year-olds nnd up, six furlongs?Clarjue (5 to 1), tirst: Anna I* Daley (1 to 2), second; Ida D. (2 to 6). thlrd. Tlme, 1:14. Fourth race?purse for all ages, mile?Donald MacDanold (1 to 3). Hrst; Master Robert (3 to 1), second; Rob R. (out), thlrd. Tlme, 1 :S3 3-5. Fifth race?selling, three-year-olds and up, six furlongs?Salvblatillo (& to 1), first: Mon Aml (3 to 2), second I.'dwin L. (7 to 10). thlrd.. Tlme! 1:14 2-5. Slxth race?selling, three-year-olds nnd up. mile and a slxteonth?St. Jo seph (11 to 10), flrst; Spindle (3 to 5>. second: Eanbury (7 to 5), third. Tlmo, 1:48 4-6. Createn Sferrr Worltl'a Record. Xew York. December 1.?W'illie lloppe. of this clty, who holds the world's champlonship at 1S.1 and IS 2 balk-llne billiards, created a new world's record average of 33 5-15 to n.lght, in the first half of 8?s 1.000 polnt match. at 1S.1 balk-llno with George SlosKo-ri, tho.. former champion. who is the.vlvrfllenger. ?Wlunera .\?t Announced. "Waynesboro, Ga., December 1_ There were twenty-one entrles ln the Derby Ptake of the Contlnental Fleld' Trial Club hero to-dav. Southern Belle, owned by B. S. Dunbar. of Au custa. Ga.; More Money. Kentuckv Beauty, Senator Rex, Master Deve reaux and Boaz did fine work. Good Mrd work was done ln the afternoon. The winners were not announced. of Sparkling Water, Always Ready for Use Does not get flat like bottled waters. Fine for "high balls.' Relieves Nausea, Indigestion, Dyspepsia. Per dozen quarts.$1.00 Per half-dozen quarts. 60c Phone Madison 106. Beaufont Lithia Water Co. na bo rat wa iiia hii dh crt plt of I the am Ar the rn a thi hui reh of of pla Toj I Ke an wlt Jar rou for the Ke: wll celi tre 1 bas nlr nln W? Fred. Richardson, FUNERAL niJlECTOn A.ND EM1IALMI3U, Main and Belvldare Streeta. TPhones, MadUon S13, day; Monroe ?42. altfht. "Lucca Olive Oil" IX KVISKY PAXTHY WHKIIB I'UIUTY I'ltEVAH.S. CHASIE TRAFIERI, Importer, Mnd. 4X20. 500 We?t SIulu St. I*._ si,. "From Makers to Wearers" ??injj .iim.wiuumnrm<ummm^mmmm^m.AUi,.i,urm?mwmjmtmi^iii.uKrwmnrmcwvmy**mmK^nmir^rummmamm and no Agcnts' Profits. If you will just stop and think for a mornent what such a broad gauge, cconomic, mcrcantilc prop osition meahs to you and your pockctbook, when you fully linderstand that nbtwithstanding the m.rk.d Superiority of Burk Tailorcd Apparel. they come to you at actually Lower Prices than the incomparably inferior sorts clsewhcre, wc feel morally sure that you will buy your Wintcr Clothing at this Appareling Hcadquartcrs. Suits and Overcoats above the ordinary, $12.50, $15, $18, $20 and $25 Burk & Company, 808 East Main Street. League Teams Shifted About in Order to Get Them More Evenly Matched. New teams were formed and a more venly dlstrlbuteti schedule was ar iinged last night when the Richmond lowling Assoclatlon was rcorgnnlzod. 'he same offlcers?S. N. Williams resident; C. Curry, vlce-president; W .. Quinn, socrotary, and W. H. Splll lg, treasurer?were choscn, the meet lg helng purely for the purpose oi erfectlpg a moro conipleto organlza on, that the lnterests of bowllng ln hls clty may expand. Tlie large attendance was a guaran ?e of the Interest ln thls sport. Con Iderable rlvalry has been aroused by he handsome trophy cup offered by lie Times-Dispatch, and each team us announced Its lntcntion of llghtlng ard for the prize. Under the new plan everything ap ears to be plain sailing for the as oclution, for as far as possible all olnts and rules have been covered o glve an equal chance. The openlng contest of the new chedulo wlll bo Monday night, when be Times-Dispatch slx wlll meet tho 'lumbers, Tbe teams are now made up as fol aws: Tlmes-Dlspatch?Whitman, captain; lailr-y, Beck, Bixby, Barrow Hulcher. Engravers?Quinn. captain; Williams. urdle, Coaby, ltandley, Montague. American Lor.-omotive Works?Bnx :r. captain: Kennedy, Glaze, Galla her, O'Brien. Sweeney. Meat Packers?Currle, captain; Bell, ose, Gunn, Dnwllng. Hockaday. Jewclers?i-.pllllng. rajitain; Sutterlln, .'illianis. Bllley, Martin. Beel. Plumbers?Booker, captain: Blaln. oy, Delaney, Cook. Langhornc. p. AMUSEMENTS. Academy?Etlicl Unrrymor. In ''Mld linnnrl." Bljou?"Tlio Turnlug Polnt." I. ii hiii?Vnndevllle. niilly Medlocre Mlnslrela. Blilcd wlth becomlng modesty as ioim W. vdgel'a Big City Mlnstrels? Prodlgious Body of Stellar Lights -lodern Mlnstrelsy." and cbmlng, ac all.v. stralght from Petersburg. last ght's show at the Academy of Muslc ux. in all charity, somewhat dis ipolnting. As a matter of fact, in the lirst half tbe performance, the mlnstrel show oper. there was only ono man worthy montlon?Charles Gano, who was tremely amusing wlth his mock ientltlc explanatlon of a ravine. Tho mpany ls small. there are no voices, d the chorus is poor, to say the LSt. ln the second half, there were two udeville acts of Interest. A man med John Goss put over a trick ne solo?just common bones that ono -ely hc-nrs cracked nowadays?that is immense, and there was a re irkable contortlonisl who squee-.ed nself Intu a box of incrediblv small nenslons. rhe curtain went down on a very Jde ending of a skit wrltten and tyed by Gano, which drew screams laughter from the top-heavy house". rho evening was aaved bv the fact it the curtain fell at 10:30. W. D. G. hel Ilnrrjniore. Sthcl Barrymore, in "Mld-Channel.'' i great play wrltten by that raaster oni,- living English playwrlghts, Sir thur Wilhg Pinero, wlll be seen at : Academy to-nlght and to-morrow tince and night. ?Ilss Barrymore is appxarlhg ln but rew of the leading Amerlcan oi,ttes s season. Just at present she is ?ryiriK back to New York to begin earaals ln Pinoro's beautlful play Vilctorlan stape life, "Trelawney the Wells." Sho is to produce this y at the Emplre Theatre in New rk about the first of the year. Wlll Fl^-bt l.nimford. )etroit, Mich.. December 1.?Hugo lly. through his manager to-night, a.igeu the prellmlnarles for a fierht h Sam __ngford. ln Los Angeles, mary 12. lt wlll be for twentv nds. Dangford's manager, in Call nla, wired the terms under which black puglllst would fight, and lly agreod to them. The winner 1 get 7f. per cent. of tho gate re pts. Kelly is appearlng in n thea here. Vlctory for Detrolt. favana. December 1.?The Detrolt loball team defeated tho Almendares ie here to-day, 3 to 2, ln eleven ln gs. DENOUNCES ACCUSERS Inney Sh.vm Chnrge Aenlnnt Him U llirty. Illii.-I. -11,-iirti-il l.lo. fazoo City, Miss,, December 1,?L. Dulanoy, wealthy planter and proml nt ln the polltical affairs of Mlssls ipl, denounced hls accusers to-day d dcscrlbed the churge that he ?'"ht to brlbe a member of the Stato nate to vote ror United States Sen >!? Loroy l'crcy, durlng the recent latorlal contest as a "dlrty, black arted lie." Dulapi j was the last wltness Intl'p ced by tho defensn In hls trial to y. Votos wero tendered him for nator Porcy, Mr. Dulaney tostified. Mrs. Neal Dawronce, who has owed that she acted as tho "go-be tato ;? i hid! sltod hlu pnator Theorlore Bllho, whon siineni alloges, wns brlbad, Bited hi,? frequontly at hla hotel. it bo had ncver puld him nr promi.ed .a/ him. tor hla vote ln caioiui , / [ot !rni sle bei ma nili rnt sta 'iti j am 1 cha to ncc opr the ga.1 pn* nni clal ncii Uoi vic. bcr Bin I st Got Wa Noi clut Of. ( C E. by rat( teri whi and The ing rnt: slon eral ordi just t: sch< on upoi per post accc aJ.lv per Rt Chic Xew P0U| B( Now or New Nt incli R( St. I an New Chic Tl rate San Th guin ceivi cuml _ Ne corn or d publl day'i State parti "P: rect K\VtO trutl: but Cann Coioi mani unwi close said "Tl manj viso able yet ' ouslj ilrug Dr of N lines liSHOf cus I Pn Vork P. T PreBl lanit; Wasj Xort: Poua Prr-I Yo four rece.l Taft mani Tho John wick I'r med.i The dt-nt waa OUIM OFFERS TO REDUCE RATES ?oposal Met by Storm of Op position From Railroads and Attorneys-General. Jhicago, 111., December 1.?An offer Ihe Pullmnn Company to reduce the es charged for upper berths ln :plng cars 20 por cent. where lower ths were priced more than $1.50, to kn the prlce of uppers 31.25 as a ilmuni and reSuce some lower berth es, ?as opposed before tho Inter tc Commerce Commission here to by attorrieys-genoral or four States by two rallroads. he Pullman Company offer left un nged Pullman seat rates, and was become. eftoetlve upon approval and sptamce by tho commlsslon. The osition to the plan was offered on part of the rallroads on the alle ion that they would have to stand a t of the brunt nf the lessened prlces, by the attnrneys-general on the ni that the redtictlon was not suf mt. t don't thlnk the 20 per cent reduc i represents the dlfference ln ser : value of nn upper ahd lower th," said Attorney-Generai James gham, of fndlana. "it tsn't enough: and on our petition," said Attorney eual John S Dawson, of Kansas." Jere, too," agreed Attorney Luthei Iters. representlng Attorney-Genera wood, of Arkansas. :t isn't at all satlsfactory," con !ed Attorney-Generai Charles West, )kIahoma. irnmissionera Franklin T. Lane and i. Clark thercfore were confronted an offei- of voluntary reductlon of s for uppera (also a number of ma. il reductlons on lower berth rates). :h the railroads said was too much the State offlcials called too small. whole matter came on a combin of nll complaints agalnst sleeper s in onr. hearing by the comnils , following an order from the Fcd Circult Court that previous cuts red by the commission were not ified. ie Pullman Company's reduction dule Included the following cuts ower berth rates, upon whlch. as i rernainlng existing rates, the SO cent. charge for uppers wa3 pro d to bo applled, the effect being, rding to the company's represent ;s, to charge an average of 6 mills mile. 'dte. Reduction. ago to Xew Vork.Unchanged. York to Tampa.$0.50 fhkeepsie to Klkhart and South nd. Ind.$1.00 York to SL Augustine, Fla., Savannah, Ga.$1.00 York to East St. Louis, 111_$0.75 w rates proposed by the company ide these: ute. New Rate. anl or Minneapolis to Seattle d Pacific Coast points.$11.00 York to New Orleans.$ 8.00 igo to San Franclsco.$14.00 e former Mlnnesota-Paciflo Coast was $12; that from Chlcago to Franclsco, $14. e commlsslon will hear further ar ;nts, and if held advisable will re i the evldence ln the speclflo cases lined ln the one hearing. KE METHODS w Orleans. La., December 1.?In ctly labeled goods and all forms ;slgns which tend to docelve tho c were roundly condemned at to sessions of the Associatlon of and Xatlonal Food and Dalry De lents. ?obably the entire sub.lect of cor labellng can bo coverej Wlth tlie ment, 'the label should tell tho , tho whole truth, and nothing the truth,'" declared "VVilbur P. on, food and drug commlssloner of ado. "Unfortunately, there are facturers and dealers who are lllng to conform to tho truth any r than they are compellod to do,'' 3?mmlssloner Cannon. icy and thelr attorneys must pass sleeplosa nlghts ln trylng to dn phraseology that wlll barely eti them to escapo prosecutlon, and vlll decelvo tho public as Jngeni as If there were no food and law ln exlstence." F. E. l^add, food commlsslonor jrth Dakota, 'spoko along slmllur The following ofllcers of the latlon were agroed upon at a cau o-nlght. sident, George L. Flandera, Now : First Vic.e-Prealdont. Dr. Lucius rowno, TennesHoe; Second Vlce dent, Dr. Hamllton P. Jonea, Louls Thlrd Vlco-Prosldont, L. Davlex, ilngton; Secretary, William Allon, i Carolina; Treasurer, t. Pennsylvanla. Jame I'Al'T.S GIFT TO TUIPMOTS. deut SeiwU Children MednlN Prom l?ed by Ilooftevelt. ingstown, O., Decembor 1.?Three year-Old nableu, trlplets, havo /ed gold rnodals from Presldont to eonimemorato tho unusu.'il er of the.lr arrlval ln tho world. ililldron aro Mary, Margarnt and Hogglns, and woro born at Re ey, I'n. ?hident Hoosevelt pioinb'nd the ls, but the inatur was overlooked, parents flnally opealod to Preal Taft, who aaw that tho promluo tiLi-i'ltid. ottt ,i LfOH GETS LOOSE ON SHIPJT SEA Kill. Ono Sailor and Drives Others to Placcs of Safety. DESPERATE FIGHT ON DECK Animal, Pierccd by Several Bullcts, Leaps Into the Water. New York, December 1.?Tbe b*rror of an hour at soa. when, in a storm that boat their vossel untll lt seemed each plungo must bo hor last, a llon broke from its cago on dook, kllled n seaman and took charge untll lt was drivon into the sou by a ftiBllladfc of revolver bullets, stlll llved wlth tho crew of a German frclght Kteamsblp. the Berkenfols, as the vessel lay at 'luarnntino wlth her decks In order nnd her spars nnd houses shlnlng wlth soap and paint. It was Henry Petker, second ofllcor, who told tho story. The llon, wlth another, Its mnto. was taken aboard at Bombny. Tho heavy cago containing the anlmala was lashed ln the after well at tho break of the poop, nnd in the fair weather that favored tho stoamshlp untll two weeks ago nelther Hon showed slgns of dissatisfaction. Al? though they had come to maturlty in the freedom of nn East Inrtian Jungle, the beasts Boemed dociie nnd contontod. The vessel ran into "dlrt," ns sea men say, when 200 miles south and west of Bormuda two week^ ago. and tho llons became restlve. All of one tornpestuous day they roared and ycll? ed, and noon of the next day found ono of thom cowerlng wlth fear in n. corncr of tho cage and tho other hurling hls body nt the bars. The ship's carpenter sounded tbo cage fastenings and reported nll well, and C-a.ptaln Frieririch and liis offlrers for got tho Hons ns thev humored tholr vessel through big seas. .Men Terrnr Strlckcn. Captain Frledrlch's crow abovo docks were all Lasears ln charge of a natlvo serang, who dld not spare hls drlvlng, j although tho faces of hls men were gray wlth fear. It was whlle Captain Frlndrich was cllnglng to the brldge apron and rf^lET your Weed Chaim to V* day?before you forget it. Your dealcr keep* them. Re member?the Cro.s Chains are BRASS PLATED and the word "Weed"isstamped in the hooks. JONES SPEEDOMETER Don't experi ment with speed -indica tora ? buy a JONES, then you're abio lutely -afe. NON-FLUID OIL is enough better than other lubri cants for bearings and transmiisions to be unirersally regarded as the standard by which all othert are judged. Are you aatisfied then to uae something else which i? only a compara tively good lubricant? '/J^u__Jai^__ v^U/tujjiijr I I r f: The Worth Aulo Sales Co., 439-501 W Main St. Phone Madison 7060 "It Spoaks for Itself," WON THE RACB. ind Captured the First Prlze?Publlo Favor. Tnia 10C. CIGAI- FOIl so. lavana Flller--Porto Rlcan Wrapper. Call for It by name at your dealer. Come in and see how easy it is to run The REO CAR low inexpensive and how reliable; how horoughly "all around" it is. REO MOTOR SALES CO., South Boston, Va. Fr,r SO Years tha Houso of Quality. Straus, Gunst & Co., DlatlUers and Blnnders ol Flne VVhUklen. Drink Old Henry Us l_onir Hccord i'ruvos lta Murit. Jones Motor Car Co. QyiaRCOATS, fU'.BO TO ?35.00. Ja Ibawllng Into the forward woll throui |? 'rumpet that a groilp of tho l" earfl, Who wero Hncurltig n sparo chn under ihe forocastlo head, dronrjed alid llod below llkn fflglttortod nibbli Mr I'etker ran n.ft nnd saw a slg that Hhook all hls soamiin's oourftli At the braalt of the poop; Ita bo< Miilverlng wlth snarla, atood one of ti llons above the body of a natlvo sall. t ronulred only a glnnno to toll fti I'etkor that tho nuin wns dend Day wub wanlng nnd lf tho llon wc PP1 SWtft1 2r klllod bofo,,o darkno tho llkellhood of tho veaBcl rldlnK oi tlll morning wlth. no Beainen to ser her dncka was too slight to merlt second thought. Mr. Potkor nnd tl lirst and thlrd ofllcora dashod belo and camo on deck wlth tholr revolver They crawlod aft, leavlng Capta Frlodrlen and a alnglo quiirtormast' on tho brldge. ?,.. ^"f" r,re 0n Anlmnl. With thelr breath whlatllng ln the tccth the marksmen atationcd thon selvcs behind ventllators and boa nnd oponed flre. In tho falllng ilgl the llon stood like a thlng of steel, I miiBcles tense, its tall wavlng, 1 barod teoth Just vlslble. If lt wei killed It must bo killed where It stoo .uAtn'\no2, from lll!* two BUbordlnati the flrst officer ralsed hla wcapon. Evc at thnt moment dlsclpllno exorted I sllent hablt. Thero were throo sho ln quick successton. Two shots wei wlld and an angry cry came from tl llon as tho thlrd shot rlpped a toe fro. one of its forepaws. Three more shoi wero 11 red by the aecond officer, bi the llon stlll stood thore, tho bullci having flown wlld. Tho thlrd officer ralsed hls pistc but a heavy lurch of the vcssel sci him sprawllng agalnHt a transotn. A he lay struggling tho llon leaped an tho aecond otllcer flred again The shot found tho beast ln a viti spot, for lt camo to Its knoes. rolle over and lay klcking a moment. The before Mr. Potkor could flre again, th llon lenped down Into tho well und u a companlon to tho deck where tli offlcers stood flrlng. There wns a vollc from the woapons as tho llon plungc at thom, but be was not hlt again. Th three mon swarmed up the main rie ging. In Rnln of Hullets. Hore they roloaded and walted for an o portunlty. The Hon ran thn whole lengt or tlie deck, was flung down and rolled th^ aenppers, aprang up again, and wei swlnglng buck ovor ihe drck aa bullets f!e after him. Then ho dnrted forward Captain Frlodrlch and hla quarterm.-mt. were anfo In th.e navlgatlon houae. but the llon woro to crouch ln tho leo of tl hnuae nelthor or them could leave tho hotia jior could any one enter lt to rellevc tl whool. While tho three offlcers hung In tl igglng, sperulntlng nn what mlght happoi the anlma] moved ?ft again. A glance showd that th? llon waa badl a-oundod, and tho offleers all fliajd ngal t? ho orcpt benoath them. Tlie anlmi oared fcebly, Indlcatlof? that ho had bet hlt again, nnd then suddenly seemed t -ecovor strength. Wlth great leaps h ipning aft ucrdss the nftor well and up t he poop. Thore he stared aft at tho following sei hen, atralghtened out, he dlvcd overboar md wns gecn no more. v The other llon. stlll crouclilng ln the cag< ay there whlmpering, whlfc the ahlp'n car lenter atumbled aft and nalled back Ui ? roken bars. Hls act of valor la caj-efull loted ln the shlp's loe. leftTersIae esutejfisoioo Albany, X. T., December 1.?Ex-Gov :rnor David B. Hlll, who died ln Al iany on October ?0 last, left a per ional estate, exclusive of householc urnishlngs, effects and library. estl nated at $d0,Oo0, and reul estate aa essed at $32,000. Tlie real property ncluded hls beautiful home known s "Wolrert's Tioost," on the outsklrti >t thls clty. The princlpal benefi larles are Dr. Harry S. Pearse and Jeter J. Manwiller, both of Albany, iroteges of Governor Hlll.. The wlll of tlie former Governor was lled for probate ln tho Albany Surro ;ate's Court to-day by John A, itephens, hls former law partner. act ng as attorney for the executors, udge Alton B. Parker and Mr. ilau viller. Judgo Parker was a llfe-lons rlend of Ex-Governor Hlll. The wlll vas executed by Mr. Hlll on January A. 1K01?, and ls in his own hand vrlting. One of the provlslons characterlstic if the man ls that, "A plaln and slm ilo monument to be erected over my rrave." 'ihe bequests follow: To John B itanchfteld, of Xew York, set of Ir Ing's works; to Altcn B. Parker, one ectlon of his prlvate library; to Mra :atherine Blere, his housekeeper for eurs, and aiso to hor daughter, $>50 ach; to hls brother, Dr. Alonzo D ull, of Dexter, Mo.. $2,000, and to two ephews and two nleces, also of MIb oun, $1,000 each; to Franklln Flscher f Montclalr, N. J., a long-tlme frlend! 8.000, and to his son, Bennett Hlll ischer, who was named for Mr. Hlll 2,000. The executors are dlrected to con ert the property Into money, and af pr the payment of the legacles men loned the balance ls to be dlvlded qually botwe-en Dr. Pearao and Mr tanwlller. Ex-Governor Hlll's olaborato law 11 rary and ofllce equlpment also go to tanwlller, who was Mr. Hlll*,, secre iry for elghteen years. Mr. Pearse Is a young man ln whom ti. Hlll took a great Interest. He -udled medicine at the Albany Medi tl College, and is now in tho medlcal epartment of the Home Equltable ire Asauranco Company. OAHIJAGE CROPS SHORT. rlce of Snuerkrnut Wlll Be IMuhcr JYext Year. Chicngo, Iil., December l.-*The prico f sauorkraut will be highnr ln 1311 ecause of a shortage in the cabbago rop. Moro than 500,000 forty-pound lsks of sauerkraut wero eaten ln the nlted States last year. This country the largest consumor of sauerkraut 1 the world, and tho rate of consump on is lncreasing at the rato of 25 p?r ?nt. annually. Further, thls country exportlng sauerkraut to Germany, nd German manufacturers aro copy ig tho Amerlcan product, acknowledg ig lt to be tho best. These facts were given by W. \V. 'ilder, secretary of the Natlonal Kraut ackers' Associatlon, In sesslon here. AMBUSHED LV ItlOROCCO. rcncli Column Lomcm Slvty Men In Killed aud Wounded. Parls, December 1.?In a lottor from aoldler wlth tha French column at eatlnga, near Otidja, Africa, recelved ire to-day, lt is aald that the French rceB wmo ambushed ln a ravino by oroccans November 17, loaing twenty llod and forty wounded. The Moroc .n8 also suffured heavily. Thero ' is > offloial conflrmatlon of thla report. .-. SAVED BV AME1IUCANS. ItieJacketN ReNciie Orew of Swamped! Prenoh l.uuiuh. Chorbotirg, France, Docombor 1. ist nlght'a rumor that an American okot boat from tho vlsltlng iloot had ;on lost, wlth Bovoral men, was dls ?oved to-day. lt grow out of tho vamping of a French launoh, tho ew of whlch wero roscuod by blue cketa from the battloslilp Louiaiapa. Scutenved to PHmou, Alexandrla, La., Decombor 1.?11. T. utherford, trlod l'or abduotlng Mlss ary Wolngars, ot Dyor, lu thls parlsh, us found guilty to-day and aon nced to" nvyi yeara lu tho peniton iry, Itutherfofd camo from JlurKo lle. Toxaa. where ho left hls wito \d alx children. He la iilao a grand ,tUor, th H;l TOO MUCH PLAY. TOO LITTLE WORK Next Year Govcrnors Will Try to Get Down to Real Business. Louisvlllo, Ky., December 1.?After Btartlng a movement to put tho next conferonco of Governors on a huslncsa llke basls nnd cstabllsh permanent hcudf|tinrtors whero prograrns wlll be arranged 'risufing better results, llston Ing to a suffraglst speech and dls cusslons of varlous important sub? jects, tho thlrd unniiiil conferonco of Oovernors adjourned here lotc thla afternoon. Home opposltlon to adjournlng was n ' cxpressod, as many of tho Oovernors ta I belleved they should stay ln session ts | longor, au so much of tho tlme had it been taken up with soclal functlons. ie;.Noxt year tho program will lncludo " | moro real work and fewer dlnners and receptlons. , Tho plan of organization advance. by Governor Sloan, of Arlzona, and adopted ln executive session, is that the present commlttee on arrange merita, of which Governor Fort. ot Xew Jersey, ls chalrman, draft a stutement of the objoct of tho con ferenco for presentntlon to each Legls? lature, antl that an npproprlation bo asked of each for malntenance. It war, decided that subjocts for dls? cusslon would be sclected wlth moro care and that tlie paper on each pro pared by the severttl Oovernors be Bent to all Govcrnors ln advance of tho conference. so lntelligont dlscusslon ceuld be heard. Future se.-slons wlll last a week. (j|. These plans were adopted to get away ,t . from the haphazard manner ln which w lho (onferences have been conducted and wlth a vlew of maklng thom moro *r! hcnellclal. '' '? Mlss Daura Clay. presldent of the ti Kentucky Equal Rightfl Assoclatlon, ,? a'-ilrcRsed tho conference. She made un le'i.ppeal tc> the Govcrnors to recommend i. ecpiai Btiffrage to their DeglslaturcB. j General dlscusslon to-day was on the | n i ernployer.-t' llablllty and workmen'?i Ll j compensatlon act, dlrect prlmaries and n automobile reclprpcity. ; r>i The first resultod ln the adoption ot a resolutlon that coramlssions of the I several fetates Investlgatlng this ques? tlon supply each Governor wlth their findlngB. The second developed Into an ex? perience meetlng. when many Oover - nors i-xplalned the election an,l prt e mary sysfema of their states. widoly different views were exprossod, prln cipally on whether lt was better lor tho publlc lf party llnen were ellml nnted or .strengthened. This and the prevlous subject proved the most In terestlng of the program to the Oov? ernors. Governor Sanders asked the Oov? ernors to ald New Orleans ln gettlng the Panama Kxposlllon, and New York and .lacksonvllle a*ked for the con? ference to meel ln those CltleS. B1LLS IN SHAPE FOR EARLVACTIOH Wa_h)ngt-n, D. C, Decsmber L?The open Ing of the short session of Congrress nextj Monday will flnd npproprlation bllls ahapo for earlier action than in any rccent) yo_rs. The approprlatlon bllls must alli ori^lnato ln the Houso of Representatives. j and tfic committees of that body aro now at I work upon them, wlth prospects of having. soveral of the big bllls ready for tho flrst' week of the session. Tho Rlver and Harbor Commlttee of the House began work yesterday on Its JJO.WO,. i 000 approprlatlon bill, and Representatlvo i Alexander, of New York, chalrman of ihoj commlttee, expocu to have the measure | ready for the House wllhln a week. The i Indlan Affairs Commlttee began consldera-j tion of ihe Icdlan approprlatlon bill to-day. i Thls mea-uro wlll carry about J&.000.000 for j the support of Indians and their instltutlons. Representatlve Burke, chalrman of the ' commlttee, expecta lt ready for consldcra : tion Monday. i Many of the scparate approprlatlon bllls | orlglnate wlth the Approprlatlon* Commlt ! tee, of which Representatlve Tawney ls I chalrman. Subcommlttec-s of that body are i ?now at work upon tho bill, which carr!es|l| ! funds for the legl-lative, executive andjg Judlclal branches of the government, andlj ! the measure provlding funds for the DIs- 0 j trict of Columbia. Both of these will be _ ready for the Houso beforo the Christmas I " | recesa. I The unueual actlvity upon the approprla? tlon bllls Is due to a deslre to have them ! before the House us early ai possible, so j that there wlll be ample tlme for their j conslderatlon. -%-_? G__T WITHOUT A SE-tMOKT. Modetit Man Duuntes 900,000 io Help the Poor, Tlint's All. Kansaa Clty, Mo., December 1.?M. A. Nayland, of thls clty, who gave S60.0D0 to charlty last week and then went Into secluslon to avold the plaudits that he dreaded, reappeared at .hls home yesterday. Asked why he gavo threo-fourths of hls foTtune away, he sald: "I had a little money. I saw so many people worse off than I was that I wanted to help them a little. That's all thore is to lt." Nayland, who is seventy-one years old, found a great. mass of letters ask lng for flnancial aid awaltlng him when he rcturned to hls home. ?-?? Destroyed by Fire. AtlOnta, _a? December 1.?The foun dry and machlno shops of the Spauia ing Foundry Company, of this clty, were destroyed by fire to-nlght. The loss ls $60,000, covered by Insurance. battles'for life w PhTBiclnn Nearly Kllled by an Insnne Patlent. Punxsutawney, Pa., Deoember 1.? Dylng on hls back ln' a corridor of the Punxsutawney Hospital early to day, Dr. C Montgomory, a resident physlclan, battled for hls llfo with an insane patlent, Mlke Markutse, who dled two hours afterward from what hospital authorltles sald was Brlght's dlseaso. Dr. Montgomery was sum monod to the ward by crles of a nurse, who said she had boen attacked by the man when she gavo him medi? cine. The doctor haBtened to quiet cf Chalmers Owners are requested to come to us for supplies and repairs. Our factory trained experts are ahvajs at your service. It makes no diffcrence whether you * brjught your Chalmers car in New York or San Francisco?we want to take care of you and your car. Chalmers quality charactcr izes all of our work. Gordon Motor Co., (Incorporated) "Cars of Character," Richmond, Va. him. but was hlmself nttacked. An orderly hurrled to hls aasistance, but wns knocked down with ono blow. Markutse was choklng Dr. Mont gomery to death when Superlntendent .1. E. Gruh arrlved. For flftucn mlnutes, the struggle contlnued before Markutse wns Htrappcd in hls bed. Hls death qulckly followed. INCREASED i\\n_ hrtwi<:k\ XEW VOHK A.NP CHICAGO Chicago. 111.. December l.?l-'lrat cliift passonRer fares between Chicago and. N'w Vurk o-.-er the Mlehlgan Ccntral and the Panhandle routea wlll be I'.'O nfter January 1B, nrcording to udvlcca received inn- late to-day, uubsequent to a secret meetlng ln New Vork tir iwecn reproaentaUveg of thos-e roads and of the Brlo, AVabash and Grand Trunk. Thls lays to rest the predlc llon of Hlnshed rates and unprofltablo competltlon. This action by the two routes. whlrh heretofon- have enjoyi-d a differentlal rata or $in fnr th*- Mlehlsjan t'entnil Jiiid $1<* on the P.-inhandlo, followed ipen threats of another rnt InMlgated By the Brie. Wabash md Grand Trunk, Htich as the Krle used two yoare aj?o to .?"traightcn out the compllcated emi ?rant ratn situation. Attui-k ln Hrpuln-d. I.lma. Pertl, December 1.?An In itirgent a.ttack on Ferrlnafo, In tho, Department of Dambayoque, has beon repulserl by government troopg. Tho -ebels were dlsperscd. Manv wero Hlled on both eldef SJipper Prices Tempting 50c, 75c, $1.00. MEN'S AND WOMEN'S Leather end Warm Felt Comfy Room Slips for cold feet. Demonstration A peep into an up-to-datc bathroom is n!y les_ refreshiiig than the bath itself. v_ have fitted several model bathrooms t our salesrooms, showing the latest and lost sanitary littings. Come and sco lcm. iScGraw-Yarb rough Co. Plumbers, Supplies 22 S. Eighth St., - Richmond, Va. Out-of-town orders shipped quickly. ?ADEMY---Friday;& Saturday Matlnee Saturday. CHARLES FROHMAN PRESENTS Ethel Barrymore In the Triumpli of Her Career, i/IID-CHANNEL PriccM, 50c to $2.00. 3XJOU-This Week THE AMERICAN COMEDY-DRAMA, The Turning Point RY PRESTOIV GIBSOX. rom the Hackett Theatre, New York. NEXT WEEK-The Lion and the [ouse. THE LUBIN _wo completo shown. Change of bill lursdny. New cra vaiulevllle aiul pietures. Ten cents. Chlldren at niutluceo, llve n ts. Valveless Two Cycle! Automobile The new ELMORE high dttty motor, with its patented gas distributor, putclasses the "Six" in power and action. Supplied in all models: Motlel 25 Roadster (30 H. P.), $1200; Model 36-B (SOH. P.), $1750; Model 25 Touring Car (30 H. P.), $1250; Model 46-B (70 H. P.l. $2500. IMPERIAL MOTOR CAR CO., Inc. Licensed under Solden Patent. ,, 00 Broad Street, - - Phone Monroe 1212 - - Richmond, Va. AGENTS WANTED.