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Now Orleans, La.-, February 20.??V
spill in the second ovont of to-day's
Mardi Gras speed carnival races at
tho Fair Grounds gave a crowded
grandstand thrills. Robert Stubbs,
breaking a pedal In tho motorcycle
race, took a header while going at a
elxty-mlle clip, and slid through tho
fence. His machine was wrecked, but
Stubbs emerged from a cloud of dust
uninjured except for a few scratches.
Ollleial Starter Fred J. Wagner had
a, narrow escape from death In the
ninth event, when two machines bore
down on him ami brushed dust on his
clothes. The drivers, blinded by the
smoke and dust, did not see Wasncr
?until they were almost upon him.
Swerving their racers suddenly to
avoid tb?> official, both drivers, nar?
rowly missed turning their machines
over.
The feature event of to-day's card
waa the eighth, the handicap. In this
Taco Burmnn, In his Bulck Torpedo,
passed his Held In the eighth mile, with
a handicap of 1:25 minutes. The race
was a nine-mile event. Wurman -'re?
nted much enthusiasm by his dare?
devil driving, capturing four events,
?ivory one. in which hiu car was en?
tered.
The fastest time of tho day was
made by Burrnan. In tho sixth event;
when ho drove hin machine around the
milo track live timer, in d .0?.
AMUSEMENTS
nijou?"My Cinderella Girl."
Lubia?Vaudeville.
fcfio.lt jh Coinedy Tbl? Week.
"My Cinderella Girl," a musical com?
edy, comes to the Btjbu this week, be
plnnlnjr to-night. It Is ?aid tt> bo
clover and clean, full of bright and at?
tractive features, ami has won ap?
proval In other Cities. It is said to
be ono of the best productions of its
kind put <>n in Chicago In recen'
years.
PREDICTS
riiilahy ForcKce* That Hog Quotations
Will Go Down.
Chicago. 111.. February 26.?Patrick i
Cudo-hy. the packer, who usually makes '
money every time, he takes a dyer in i
the food market, and wliOBo prcdictiona
have usually worked out. as made, is
a bear on provision.".
"There can be. only one logical side
to the provision market until prices
adjust themselves." said cudahy,
"(Jon? Is selling In the country at ;>
price whereby hogs can be made for
less than r> cents a pound, and there
i-coms to he no shortage, of young
hops to feed It to; so until hogs and
corn come together there l- no sense
In looking for prices to remain any?
where near where they ar<- now.
Of course, muscle anil money con do
much, but It Is hard work to maku
writer run up hill. Von have to be
?with tho title in order to tnake money
rind feel pood over the making. The
weather has been rrood for breeding
and fattenlnpr. Snd both ate progress;
intr well In the country. I expect to
nee July and September product easily
2 cents a pound lower."
Pitcher* Hit TTnrrl.
Hot Springs. Ark.. February 'Jn.?
The bitting of pitcher* in the game be?
tween the All-Americans and All-Na?
tionals to-day was the feature o:'
verdict for the former of 5 to Me- I
Quillan. of Cincinnati; Summers, of
Detroit, and Clark, of Chlrauo. each [
had a home tun to hin credit. Dono- ;
van. of Detroit, played Ihe first v. l.-.
and presented himself In a new role of
nionologni-t to the larjre Sunday ttu- j
dience, which ho entertained with a ;
cross-fire of comedy. Bush, the De- |
trolt shortstop, showed eins.? in to- !
day's panic, having a ntimber of!
chances, an of which were handled
in mldsea?on form.
Score by Innings: R, lt. F. \
All-American ,;0 0 ,1 ? lfl ft 1 0? 5 n c,
All-Nationals ..00002000 1?-3 7 r:
Batteries: Willis. Hummers. Otey.
Lang and Elliott; Walker, Clark, Stan
ige and Hatckett. Umpire. B?ch;
I/pnvoit for AHnntn.
TA"asb!ncton. February 26.?Manag?
ing HI rector G. e;rosven?r Dawe. of the
Southern Commercial Congress, left
Washington for Atlanta to-day to eate
for the preliminary details of the tiiir.i
annual con foresee to lie held liiere
March S. 9 and 10.
?' 4 Cylinders
* IIB CAR 1 It AT MAtt NO VALVES.
Guaranteed Bnglne Service.
Price, 81,200 to ?'J,r,oo.
Imperial Motor C'nr Co., Dint rihiitern
IU31 W Broad St. Rhone Mini. 1213.
SEB Tins
Reo "30" With Fore Doors
Price $1,350
Including wind shield: top extra.
REO MOTOR SALES CO.,
South Boston. Va.
Tbc Richmond Iron Works Cnrpon
tion is now delivering the
"QUALITY AND DIGNITY."'
r
For -10 Years the House, of Quality.
Straus, Gunst & Co.,
Distillers and Blender? ot
Fine Whisk tea.
Drink Old Henry
Its Bong Record Proves Its Morir.
The Worth Auto Sales Co., 439-501
W Main St. Phone Madison 706D
The buyer who know.i the difference
in automobiles will own a
Jones Motor
Car Co.
Auen Ave. and Broad Strc.v..
Touring Car. 570C- -Boadstcr. $000.
1627-29 W. BROAD ST.
Send for Catalog of
and other first-class Pianos.
Write to-day.
Walter D. Moses & Co.,
103 E. Broad Street,
RICHMOND VA.,
Oldest Music House in Virginia
and North Carolina.
TEAMS LEAVE FOR
SPRING TRAINING
Chicago, ill., February 2<5.?Eighteen
members of the Chicago National
1 League baseball club, under the direc?
tion of Manager Krank Chance, left
I to-day f'.r West Baden, Ind., to begin
(training for {he I9 1 1 season.
Half a dozen players will join the
team at West Raden, and the recruits
will meet the club at New Orleans next
Sautrday, making in all thirty-four
tuen in camp.
Neither Pitcher Overall nor Catcher
.lohn Kifng have advised Managet
'Chance when they will report, but It
is expected they will Join the team;
early in March. Starting March ."v. ex?
hibition games will be played in New
Orleans, ami then the team will begin I
.t tour northward, playing games in
the principal ritte:-, ami reaching Chi?
cago April V for four exhibition games.
Member? of the Chicago American!
League club win leave for Mineral j
Wells, Texas, to-morrow night on the
annual training Jaunt. After a few j
days of practice the squad will be dl - (
vide,' into two teams, and each club
will play twenty-two exhibition games!
before returning to Chicago April 12;
Twenty-tlvc players will make the trip
South,'but more will join the team en
route and at Mineral Well*.
HORSE SHOW DATES ARE SET
Vlrctnln VWaocint'loii MrctN In Cnpltnl
iinil trriiiif.'c? Srnnnn.
Washington. February 26.?-A meet?
ing of the Virginia Horse Show Asso?
ciation was held yesterday afternoon I
at I o'clock in the red room of the New |
Willard, to de. hie the dates for the ;
<oming season and to elect officers for
next ve.ir. Charles Mulligan, of Berry
vlllc," tiie president of th<- association, ;
presided. j
The following ofheers were elected to ,
.verve another term: President, Charten
Mulligan. Berryvlllc, Va.; Vice-Presi?
dent. Joel Cochrari, Front Royal. Vai;
Sccretnrv. A. L Warthen, Front Royal;
Vai In tie- .. taehec of Mr, Warthen.
the ae^retary, l?r. L, S. Rickets, of
? ?range, Va . presided.
The following dates were decided
upon:
lC'eswIck May 24.
Lcesburg. June T and S
Uppervlllc, June it and !.">.
Culpeper, July 1 and 5.
Ma missus, July 26 and 27.
Orange, August 2 and 3;
CharlottesvUle, A.bgust 0 and 10.
Front Royal. August l.". and l fi.
BerryyUle, August 22, "j:: and 21.
Warreh t?n, August r>o and .11.
Richmond's date will be selected
jiiter, an! it ???.ili not conflict will) those
a 1 ready announced.
The following members were pres?
ent: Charles* Mulligan. 1 >:\ I. S. r.iek
etH, Joel Cochran, .1. r. I.atlieain, Blair
Johnson, N. i". Oafrett, W. W. Sanford,
Captain Caspar Conrad. William V.
Hale. Thomas Lyon; N T. Dcpauw
and R. P, Pat?-.
ENTER PRIZE HORSES
Army Oflieorr? I,end Their Aid to Fort j
Myrr Show.
Washington, February 26.?S-.iccess '
of :!)<? military horse show- to be held
March ami 21 at Fort Myer, Va.,
was assured yesterday, when several
army officers stationed in Washington
decided to make entries: Several of
the horseS announced to compete are
hmorig the most famous In America,
and have captured prizes in some of
the biggest Jior.se shows of the coun?
try.
It was also definitely announced yes?
terday that President Tart. Secretary
of War Dickinson and other govern?
ment officials will attend the show,
unless some unforeseen contingency
arise- to prevent. Lieutenant Adna It.
Chaffee, Jr.. manager of the .show, arid
tlie ot.lier officers in charge were elated
yesterday at the prospects. Washing?
ton society will attend en masse, it is
expected.
To Filter 111 no Itilthon Charger*.
Major Henry T. Allen will enter two
chargers and one polo pony. His Vol
lowstonc liegen t holds several blue
ribbons, ope. for the international
championship in the charger class at*
the last Madison Square Garden show.
His other charger will he Razzle Da-/
sle; also a blue ribbon winner. Ills
polo pony I'out et Cornel will b* en?
tered in the class for polo ponies.
Aq?in, a winner in the charger
cla^s in tin- last Chicago horse Show,
and winner of many ribbons, will be
entered by Llcittenant-Colonel Charles
G. Treat. Colonel Treat will also en?
ter his charger Corotoninn. which was
a winner in the. three-year-old class '
at Madison Square Garden three years!
ago. His famous polo pony Slow-go.
which won a tust at Kansas City four?
teen years ago. and has been captur?
ing prize.'- ever since, and two other
polo Texas, and which have never been
entered for competition before, will
l)e shown
I Lcncrnl Cnrt?*r to Exhibit.
BrighOlor-Oenoral W. h. Carter and
Lieutenant-Colonel |.;. St. John J. Gre
ble. of the genera! staff, will also have
several entries. General Carter has
promised to enlcr his Phoenls Park,
a thoroughbred gelding, which won
! the red ribbon in the charger class at
I the Madison Square show last year.
I "All of the army oflieers and horse
I lover.-; generally In the vicinity of
Washington are taking a great inter?
est In the military show," said Gen?
eral Carter last night. "Without a
doubt it will be a sroat ?access. Some
very hisrh class mounts will be entered,
and Hie competitions should be very
'.?love."
? Donulrtxou Win.-? Came.
! [Special to The Tlmes-T>ispatcb.l
Fayedeville. N. <\, February 26.?
Donaldson Military School defeated the.
Durham V. M. <\ A. basketball team
30 to s in a closely contested game In
the armory here la.-t night, Preceding
the game the Donaldson endetM gave
exhlbRIop und competitive drills. In
the latter event Cadet Charley Marsh
won hr.st prize; Joel Cloud, second, und
i William Holt, third.
OUTLOOK BRIGHT
Meeting Will Be Held and Gov?
ernor Mann Will Make
Address.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Lancaster, Va., February 20.?A
meeting will bo held at Urbanna .March
10 In the Interest of the proposed rail?
road from that pla.no to We3t Point.
Tho distance is only eighteen miles,
and It. is thought the road can be built
for about $250,000. This road would
bring the countlos of Mathcws. Glou?
cester, .Middlesex and the lower part
of King and Queen, all lying between
the Vork and the Rappahannock, and
Lancaster and part? of Richmond and
Northumberland, lying on the north
side of the Rappahannock, Into com*
paratlvcly easy and raphi coiumtmb a?
i lion with Richmond. U Is expected
j that the meeting will bo attended by
j a large delegation from tho lower part
I of the Northern Neck, it being the
Ipart of this region that would be most
directly benefited by the building of
the road. Governor Mann, who has
manifested much interest in the en?
terprise, has promised to attend and
, address the meeting. There Is no con
lllct of interest between this line and
the one which it Is proposed to build
from Dosweli, In Hanover county,
through King William. Caroline, Kssox,
Richmond and Northumberland to deep
water at the month of the Great Wl
Comico River. Charming Moore Ward,
who I? the chief promoter of the latter
line, is still busily engaged in secur?
ing the right of way from land own?
ers along the proposed route, and
pledges for subscriptions from those
living within the zone extending five
j miles on either side of the road.
I State School Examiner A. R. Chand
| I er, Jr., whose circuit Includes the
counties of the Northern Neck, will
spend all next week visiting and ln
j spotting the public high schools of the
! schdol division comprising the coun
j ties of Lancaster and Northumberland;
I James it. Webb, one of the best
? known citizens of Lancaster, died yes
i terday at his home near Lively, after
j a lingering Illness, aged about fifty-'
two years.
MORE ATTORNEYS FOR COX
Prepare* for PoowlMe Indict ment on
fontempt C-Itnrisc?.
Cincinnati, February 2t?.~With the
grahd jury adjourned \intil Monday. In?
terest in the Investigation of pollticaij]
Conditions here centred to-day in the
lirst meetlntr of the committee of law?
yers appointed by Judge Gorman, of
the criminal Court, to decide whether
Goorge ?. <"ox shall be held in con?
tempt of court because of a statement
published in a morning newspapers on
the day following Mr. Cox's Indictment
for perjury.
Mr. Cox engaged additional attorneys '
to tight the contempt charge. It was
hinted that If the rhargc was formallv
made Ih court that a defense against
it might be based largely upon alleged
defects in the indictment. It Is as?
serted that lr Mr. Cox can prove then
indictment sufficiently faultv to be
"no indictment." tb<- contempt charge i
wiil fall with !t.
OFFICES OPEN TO WOMEN
>nrv??iy Mnkei Furt brr fonee?.
Ninas.
Christianla, February 2(5.?The \or- '
weg) in cabinet has adopted a resolu- ,
lion providing for the admission of.
women to all state offices, except those
having to do with the cabinet, and the
, military, diplomatic and consular ser?
vices and the church;
Arrive for Mardi Orns.
Penshcbla. Fla., Feb'ruarv 2(1_The
seventh torpedo boat flotilla', composed
of the destroyers rankling. Dravtoh
Terry and Roe. arrived In the hat?"?
this afternoon to participate in the
Mudl Gras festivities. Tho cruiser
Dixie is rxpeeted to arrive before
morning.
WOOD'S SUPERIOR
We offer all the best and
most productive varieties?
clean seed and first-class qual?
ities.
The New Washington
Burt or 90-Day
Swedish Select
Black Tartarian
Red Rust Proof, etc.
^Wood's Crop gives prices
Special'' and our De?
scriptive Catalog gives full in?
formation about Oats and all
other Farm and Garden seeds.
Wood's Seed Catalog and Crop
Special moiled free on request.
Ii ?I
Seedsmen, - Richmond, Va..
ACADEMY?Friday & Sat.'
Matinee Saturday,
j Charles Frohmtio presents
OTIS SKINNER
I in a new comedy,
SIRE
I'.v the author of "The Duck"
. Prices. Matinee, 25c to $1.00: Night,
5?c to $1.50.
TUESDAY,
March 7th
AND
In a Joint Recital
PricesL50c to $2.00.
1 BIJOU?All "Week
[ "The laughing Musical Success of the
Century,"
" My Cinderella Girl"
XI3XT W1313 If i
"In t>ld If cnlucky.'?_
THE LUBIN"
New Vaudeville Monday and Th?rs
dny. New pictures every other day
Features to please everybody.
MAY FIND POTASH
Portions of Western Territory I
Declared Favorable for i
Its Discovery.
I
Washington, D C, February 26.??
Portions o? the arid regions of the
Western territory <<t the United State.?
present conditions favorable to the dis?
covery of large bodies of potash salts,
comparable even to those of Germany,
according to a bulletin issued hy thr
Geological Survey. This Inforjnntion
comes opportunely, and Its valvio i?
emphasized by the pending controvors\
arising over the German surtax law on
potash, which how is the subject o<
diplomatic negotiations between the
United Status ojpI Germany. The lat
toi country, it lias been declared, baa
j a world monopoly on tlie known de?
posits of potash and the United States
is her chief customer.
I Tile gbolbglBts of the survey express
the belief that potash, whose princi?
pal value lies In Its use as a fertilizer.
Will lie found in large quantities in the
' rcgicAiu east of the Rocky .Mountain
i wall and the Great Basin region. The
j survey already has necumulatod con?
sider.ildc data on the subject cover?
ing ti period of many years, Incidental
to the examination of the geological
structure of the country. If Congress
passes the pending appropriation for
j the purpose tlib survey w ill continue
tin- Investigation's, drilling dee into
the earth with a view to locating
': American potash .?alt deposits.
lioriv ok ill6d victim
tii vt ok Mi:ni>t:nj:rt
I Greenville, s. C. February 26.?That
tin.' man who engaged in n pistol duel
with Policeman Johnson in the pass?
enger station of the Columbia, and
Greenville division of the Southern
! Itatlway on Friday. February 17,
j Shooting two balls Into the body of
Policeman O. S. Gunnels, wounds from
! which he died several hours later, and
I piercing the right, leg of oilicrr John?
son with a third ball, was a mulatto
by the name of Arthur Voting, and
that the negro was one of the two ne?
groes lynched by a mob in Warren
county, tin., last Friday night, is the
verdict o( detectives and olllccrs of
the local police department.
The las: cvldenci which has been
winding about the murderer of the
policeman was forged at midnight,
when Call pfllccr Hector telephoned
Chief of Police Kennedy from Atlanta
?hat he had found the body of the
man on w hom t he crime committed here
bad been tixed In the possession of a
medical college in that city, the body
having been brought to Atlanta from
the scene of the lynching tint! pur?
chased for $10 by the medical school.
The body w ill be brought here and
preserved in a local morgUe, and wit?
nesses will be ealh.il from several
towns around to identify the body, con?
nect lug htm with many other crimes.
Hl I, Ii IST M13 A XT KOK II13 A KT
PI FIU KS Ci IUI/S AHM
[Special to The Tlmes-DIspatch,]
Lynchburg, Va.. February 26.- -Miss
Gertrude llenricks. a pretty llfteen
year-old girl, who lies in the West
12nd. shot herself through her left arm
to-day just after returning home from
church. She stated that she h<Md tha
revolver in her right hand with her
arms folded In front of her, and the
ball tore a large hole in her arm, the
weapon setting fire ;?, her dress. It
is said that she declared that she in?
tended sending the bullet through bel?
li eart.
Sum Walter Komm Unat.
Sonierville, Mass , February 26.?Af?
ter a long illness. Sam Walter FosS;
the author, poet and lecturer, died at
the Charles Gate Hospital, in Cam?
bridge, to-day. He was born in Can
uja. X. IL, in ISn.v. Mr. Foss was best
known to the genera] public as the
author of numerous poem?. Including
"Back Country Poems," "Whiffs From
v\ lid Meadows." "Dreams in Home
Spun," '"Songs of Ibe Average Man.'
etc. ^
Senator's MoII??t Den?!.
Chattanooga, Tenn.. February 26..
News ha- reached tills city to the ef
fecl that Mrs. Margnrot Frazler, mother
of United States Senator .lame.- 1!. Frit?
zlar, died to-night at her home in
Donolson, Tenn.. near Nashville. she
was eighty-eight years of age.
Senator Frazler Is in Washington.
Yneht 1?? Pulled tin-.
Cape ?.'an Antonio. Cuba. February'
'_'?> --The yacht Atmah. with Baron
llothschild and his party aboard, was
l ulled off the beach at*3 o'clock this
afternoon by the steamer Cosmo Her?
ren); An English tramp steams hip
was paid ?60a to stand by and take off
passengers in case the Atmah broke
up. The! name of the tramp is un?
known. As soon as cleared the At?
mah headed southward, destination
unknown, but it is presumed to it,..
Havana.
\>w World** Iteeord.
Sydney. N. S. \\\. February 26?The
Australian swimmer. Longwbrtlh t<>
t'ny covered 121 yards In one minute
and five s.md- This is a new world's
record.
;ather.
KwreVnis'ft For Virginia?(Imulj lion-,
day, colder In I lie nf Icrnonn, probubl?
Know or rnln In itintinf nin illxt rlel.s.
Tuesday fair and colder: brisk mirth
v? c*t \\ I 1Mb- .
for North Carolina?Fnlr Tdoitidny.'
colder In north ami \vrxl purl loose
Tuesday fair, colder In xoothensl por?
tion; moderate ?acM (o northwest
Inils.
COXIHTIO.VS VflSTMIin V v.
Fair. . sundn v ihidnight temperature,
60.
COMIITIO.XS IN IMPOIITANT CITIIOS,
("At S P. M. eastern. Standard Time.)
Place T lifer". II T. Weather.
Abilene . . t 62 Cloudy
Ashoville . 34 62 P. cloudy
A ug list a . 61 7"J Clear
Atlanta . 62 70 Clear
Atlantic City.. . 16 16 Clear
Bo?ton . ii ?6 Clear
Buffrild . 36 11 Cloudy
Charleston .. . 5S 7o Clear
Chicago . 3$ 42 Cloudy
Denver . 20 26 Cl?iidy
Duluth . M 20 P. cloudy
Culveslbn . 66 7o cloudy
Havre . 12 1 ^ Cloudy
Huron . II 22 cioudy
Jacksonville .. . . ti I 74 Clear
Jupiter . 70 76 P. cloud>
Kansas City;... 36 Clear
' Louisville . .'I 60 p. elondv
Memphis . 6 1 7o Cloudy
Mobile . 6 1 70 p. eloudj
! Mont re il . 38 11 Cloudy
i New .York . '?0 ??>'< < 'leal
New Orleans.... 7 6 Cloud)
N'oi! i. Pia t te . . . 21 2S Cloudy
: Norfolk . . 63 70 Clear
? kir.Tioma city.. 12 SO Clear
I I'ittsburg . R2 56 Clear
i Kalcigh .'..61 7a Clear
? vannah . 60 72 Clear
iiri Francisco.. . 11 *.0 Itain
St. Pa'tl . lx 33 Clear
Spokane . 31 " t < Hear
Tampa .'.. 6 < 71 Clear
Washington . .. ?"?'* Clear
\v ilmlneton . ... ".S 7 2 Clear
Wythwilb- . ? . ? ? 16 1 lotidy
MIMlTHtK UiM.VNAC,
February 2 7, mil,
HIGH T1DF.
Sun rises.. . 6:16 Morning:..". 3:
Hun facts .... 6;00 Evenlnc ... 3.
CON LEY IS WHIPPED '
BY JOHNNY COULON
No Question Now of Chicago Boy's Right to
Bantamw eight Championship-?Fast
Go From the Start.
[Special to Tho Times-Dispatch. I .
Now Orleans. Liu, February 26.?
Johnny Coulon's titln to the bantam?
weight championship of the world wan*
firmly established flo-dny, when lie
won a clear decision over Frank'o
Conlcy, claimant, at tho cn?l of a
twehCyfround bout at. tho ^v<?st side
Atilothto Club. Conley was outclassed
and only In two rounds did he htivn
Ia shade the best of the contest.
The men weighed In at. lid pounds
threu and a half hours before the
light. Six thousand people witnessed
the contest. Tommy Walwh, of New
Orleans, waa referee.
The men wen- in frequent clinches,
Here Coulon was hu pur lor. Cunley's
right and left swings went wido except
lit a few instances.
In the fifteenth round Conley sprain?
ed his tell wrist, and after that the
Chicago boy had little trouble In land?
ing telling blows on Cbhley's face and
body.
The fight opened with Cotilc.v the
aggressor, but Coulon's logs saved
him from punishment. The tirst two
tounds were even, with no damage,
done. In the third. Coition shot a
i fight swlnsr to tlie chin, and In quick
succession a Jab to the face and right
punch to the stomach, giving him a
shade the best of the round. The
fourth closed with both men fighting
fiercely at. close range with honors
about even.
In the fifth, Conley put three rights
to the ribs in quirk order and took
a right to the face in return. Con ley's
round.
In the sixth, Coulon was. stacgorcd
by a left, to the stomach, but he came
back with a series of short, hard hotly
blows, and the round was even.
Iti the seventh, Coulon took some
punishment In the early part of the
round.
The eighth was fast. Conley open?
ed with a right to tho Jaw. Coulon
shot a left hook to the stomach, fol?
lowed by a hard left swing to tho
stomach. They clinched and Just as .
they broke away Coulon staggered
Conley with a hard riuht to the jaw. \
He followed this quickly with a Serien
of short lefta and rights to the face
and body, and had Conley against the
ropos when the bell sounded. Conley
was aggressive, but could not protect
bis face in the ninth round.
Conley ducked several hard blows I
In tho tenth; but his right to Ihe
face iiinl glancing body blow were re?
paid by two upper cuts to tin," chin
ami a hard stomach punch.
In tho clinches in the twelfth. Cou?
lon shot In several short, jabs to the
ribs and stomach. in a breakaway,
Conley put a hard right to the face.
Coulon did some tirilliant work in
the thirteenth. After taking several
short body blows; Coulon rushed bis
Opponent and put rights and lefts to
the face with lightning rapidity. Con?
ley sent, a light right to the face ami
look a left arid right to tho Jaw in
ret urn.
The fourteenth was tame.
The fifteenth was Conley'S. Tie rain?
ed rights to Coulon's facet; and the
Chicago hid sought clinches for pro-;
toe t km, The round closed with both
men lighting fiercely.
Conley opened the sixteenth with a
right swing to the body, followed by
a right to the kidney*!. Coulon shot
In four rights ami left punches to iho
face and In h clinch sent telling right
to the stomach. Coulon's round.
Coulon played with Conley In I it
opening of the seventeenth, and the
Kenoshi lad hit the wind with i'ighi
and left swings, After n Httb- shunt
sparring Coulon put four hard rights
to the face.
In the eighteenth Conley placed sev?
eral good rights, but ii moment later
he staggered under a rain of rights
and lefts tO the head and body Con?
ley got In another right to the kidneys
and .a ti^ht bpo'v jab, but Coulon riamo
back with short lefts and rights to
the head and body.
A hard right to tho stomach in the
nineteenth brought a frown to < "eti?
le y's [ace, but be was soon chasing
Coulon around the ring. Re. missed
two right swings, bill divided honors
It' the short tabs Interchanged before
the bell.
The filial round opened with a Kliff
right to Coulon's face. Coulon came
Kick with several short body blows.
Conley sent a short, blow to the face
and took a hard jab to the Jaw in re?
turn, on a breakaway Conley placed
a light left to iho face. Coulon sent
ii half-dozen blows to the face and
body and ducked three swings. Conley
sent a right to the stomach and two
light right labs to tho face. Coulon
put two mor?; hard rights tb the face.
,arid Just as the gong sounded placed
a third on Copley's jaw.
Unusual Operation Performed |
Successfully in South Dakota I
to Eradicate Tumor.
Hot Springs. S. D., February 26.'?
Mrs. A. C. l.ovelanrl, of Long Prairie,
is recovering; from a remarkable sur?
gical operation performed here. Tho
right collnrbone had to he removed
, because of a tumor of tho bone and
Dr. F. 15. Walker 111 led the. gap by
I chiseling off n section of the tibia, the
; large bone of a lower leg, fashldn
I ing it the proper shnjpc and wiring it
j In place.
Tills has fused to the adjoiningparts
I and the woman Is expected to get well
j and be n? strong as ever by thus using
j identical material taken from thu
same body.
Some fear was entertained when tin
operation was begun that Mrs. I.ove
land. In her weakened condition, would
not be able to stand the sboek, and it
was suggested by specialists that if
the entire affected part were hot re?
moved the newly lidded bone would
become affected in the same manner,
Surgeons of the Northwest aver that
the operation is one of the most dell?
ciite ever performed, and the result is
being watched with a great deal of In?
terest. Mrs. Doveland was kept in a
plaster east for several weeks.
Cui-llcM la Wafer Flights.
San Diego. Hal., February Jti.-?A fur?
ther demonstration was given to-day
Of t he adaptability of the aeroplane fori
land and water service. In a (light j
of six miles over the boy and ocean
and across C.'orpnado Island. Glenn 11.
Curtiss rose from the water, alighted 1
on land and then started from tho
land and alighted on tho water. The
flights were mode in a wind of twen?
ty miles an hour.
't'riiiipM (tucll ttiot.
j Amoy. China; February 26.?Troops
were called out to-day to ijueli a tight
j in the city between r'vul clans, .None
'of the clans was reported to have been
I killed, though several were wounded.
I GRADY CENSOR OF MORALS \
lie Is to See If 15 II gl ex in I'nmileii Are
Fit for Membership.
Philadelphia, February 26.?Senator
Thomas F. Grady. of New York, is here
in the capacity ol a moral censor.
Recently the Carhden Aerie of Fa gl es
gave ,i dinner, which was declared id
be in line wit it the famous Seely ban?
net, and several members were taken
to court and lined $S<?o in the aggre?
gate by1 Judge Joline. Grady, as grand
ivorthy president of the Order ol \
15aglcs, is to pass on the uuerftlon :
ivbether i io-se men drank inure than
they should have, and if they are tit i
to continue as members of the order, '
MISS GOLDSBOROUGH IS
WEDDED TO LONDONER
Owing In llrui'lil Tragedy Involving
Her Brother and ttoyclitii Phillips,. .
Ceremony In Wry Prlvhlo.
Washington, February 26.- Tile mnr
riage of Miss Frances Goldsbo.rbugb.
I youngest daughter <>(? Dr. and Mrs.
I Goldsborough, to William Force Stead,
I of London, was celebrated at noon
; yesterday in the home of the parents
of tin- bride. Llceause of the death of
her brother, Fit/h ugh Goldsborough,
whose attack upon David Graham
j Phillips, the novelist, resulted In the
J la tier's death and bis own. the wedding
was very private. ?
i The ctuwmony was performed bv the
Rev. Randolph MeKlin, D. 1?. assisted
j by the Re\\ Mr. Stern. Aside frbiU
j Robert Stead, a- brother of the brlde
i groom, there were no attendants, only
by the immediate families.
Miss Goldsborough wore a gown of
j white satin and a veil of delicate rose
I point laee. The veil was worn by her
great-gront-aunl at her wedding many
j years ago. The pearls worn by the
j bride bail been the property of her
i gramlmotlier. Mrs. Fit/hllgh C'oyle, *
! After a short tour in this country.
,' the pride ami bridegroom will sail for
the other side next week. Their,
honeymoon will be spent in the south?
ern part of Frame. I
HARRIMAN FOUNTAIN AT
GOSHEN IS UNVEILED i
? Widow of Flnniudcr and Members of
Her Fmiilly \ttend l'*\ercl-tc*,
Wbleh Attract (?rent Crowds;
Goshcn, X. V.. February 26.?-The
dedication "t Ihr IItirriman memorial
fountain on the public shuaro h?re yes?
terday drew one of the largest throngs
ever congregated at "be county seat
There were many friends of the late
Fdward 11. Ilarriman here from Now
York. Tuxedo, Orange and nearby
counties.
Mrs. Ilarriman and her family ar
cupled seats on the stand erected for
the exercises. Business was suspended
from i to ;; o'clock.
I Tin- fountain was unveiled bv Roland
I 1 iarriman.
Mrs. Ilarriman and lie family ar?
rived III the special-car "Arden." I-'. 1?
Underwood's ear. "Wawriusota." con?
tained the Krie's bead ami h>tny oilier
friends.
RICH MEN CHARTER LINER, i
Belfast. February 26.? Fifty Amer?
icans millionaires, negotiating through
a syndicate here, have chartered the
new White Star liner Olympic, which is
being built for that company, and will
come to Great Britain in .lone in Ilm
new giant of the seas to attend the
coronation.
Tin- round trip of the tdvinpic will
cost the millionaires $600,000, put t hey
will enjoy prdvacj as strict as though
they were traveling upon their pri?
vate yachts. Wer); niton the liner is
being rushed so thai site will be com- j
plot cd before .Inno._?
Brain Power
counts more than horse power in
the building of good automobiles/
ocz , 1 ,". ? , , .. o
Chalmers Cars
arc built in a 2000 brainpower
factory. The Chalmers Motor
Company gives one dollar for
every available suggestion
made by an employe. All
kinds of suggestions are ac?
cepted?ideas for improving
factory conditions, bettering
cars, increasing manufactur?
ing efficiency, reducing waste
?and every Chalmers em?
ploye is constantly "on the
job" with his whole mental
capacity. That's why Chal?
mers cars are backed by a
2000 brain power factory. And
the brains back of Chalmers
cars don't cost you a cent
extra.
Gordon Motor Co,, Inc
"Cars of Character"
RICHMOND. - . VIRGINIA.
TONY B1DDLE WHIPS MAN
WHO WOULD "EAT HIM UP"
I Ills Opponent in Philadelphia flospltnl
.\ lirsltig Wound*?Klght hl?;
Fast mid Short.
Philadelphia. February 26.?~Tn ill
Philadelphia hospital lies a large man
who, up to last Thursday morning,
thought ho was something of a light?
er. The doctors arc mending bis no so
and treating his face, it is also said
that Anthony .1. Drexel Diddle Is nurs?
ing a black eyo and rubbing his chest
with llnnmcnts.
Tue wounds of both men were duo
to the alleged NercsTord-Drcxel tight
in Georgian Court. Diddle met the man
who though! ho was a fighter in Chest?
nut Street the day after the Lukewo'dtl
mill, and they discussed it. The man.
who said he was a champion, Is six
!e>'t two Inches tall and weighs 205
pounds, but Iiis name is not even whis?
pered.
The largo man expressed a desire
tu have a go with Rcreafo'rd.
"He Is sure some scrapper;" he said,
?but I think T can show him a few
point ?."
"Why not try It with nie?" suggest?
ed Tony.
"?, you re hot big enough, You're
a cjevor fellow with the mitts, Tony,
and nil that, but 1 weigh fifty pounds
more than you do. ami I'm a foot tall?
er. Why, I would just naturally eat
you tip "
"I'll take a chance," ?aid the doughty
scion of the Biddies and the Dresels'.
Eventually a fight was arranged.
Last Thursday morning, in the pres?
ence of only the seconds and attend?
ants, the match came off.
Was ii a great light? Well! The
boaster didn't eat Tony up. either.
They say there was a sting to every
punch, and when the big man carhW
to he feebly asked that the motormatt
he arrested for not. ringing his gong.
After leaving the ring Ite carried lila
2tl"i pounds of sore spots to the hos?
pital.
.\s fr.r Tony, he went home, put on
it ITInce Albert coat, and during the
afternoon sang for the Daughters or
; the Confederacy at the New Century
drhwlng room, hustled away to coach
! in amateur opera company which Is
I preparing t-> give "JMrinfbfe." hurried
I home and changed to evening- dress,
dined, and afterward delivered a lec?
ture. The other man will get well,
and does not want to tight Set?h Rob?
ert Ueresford.
JOINT SESSION OVER 'PHONE
l liib* .Meet Togelher, Though Sixty./
nine .lilies Apart.
Rochester. Kobimnry 26.-? By an ar?
rangement of telephones in which ?c'actv
man at the tables bad a receiver of,
the type used by 'Hello girls." the,
Buffalo and Rochester Ad. Clubs. enelV
in its own eity, held a joint session,
with luncheon.
Presidents of the clubs ami repre?
sentatives of the .Mayors of both cilie-t
mad- Introductory addresses. song.-*
were sung by each club, and two ad?
vertising experts, one at each < ml <>r
the sixty-nine-mile wire. made, ad?
dresses, alternately, and all were heard
by both sides, as the doings at one end
Were transmitted to each individual at:
the other, and vice versa. The ex?
periment, which was successful, i?f
said to be unique.
NURSE" ACCUSED OF THEFT
Charged With Tubing Jewelry Worth
glt,00O After Woman's Dentil.
I'.oston. February 201?-Charged with
I he larceny of more than $tt.oot> wortA
of jewelry which belonged to the lats
.Mrs. May .1. Luck wood, of this city.
Miss Amelia M. Leonard, a Worcester
nurse. was arrested here. AIlss
Leonard was employed by Mrs. Lock
wood up to the time of the latter';*
death on February 1 I last, at a Back
l.taj hotel.
The police allege that Miss Leonard
oaVrled rtwny the jewelry after the
death ??f her employer.
Children Ury
FOR FLETCHER'S
CASTO R i A
i^amtrateyiaraMwaaia
ACADEMY OF MUSIC
Thursday, March 2, at 8:30 P. IV
By Prof, Hermann S. Hering, C. S. B. of Concord, N. H.
Member of the Christian Science Board ot Lectureship of The
First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, ass.
This L .ecture is given under the auspices of First Church of
Christ, Scientist, Richmond, Va.
Admission Free. The Public is Cordially Invited to Attend
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