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Princess Troubctzkoy Will Have
?3,6oo Yearly From Chal
oner's Income.
Master of The Merry Mills Will?
ing That She Should Have
the Allowance.
New York, April 2<\?Princess
Ainelln Hives Chalonor-Troubetzkoy?
"I heed. $'1,000 a year. My present hus?
band. Prince Pierre Troubctzkoy,
doesn't make, much money. My c>:
hu?band, John Armstrong Chalonor, han
omple funds and has ugrccd to give
me the amount."
John Armstrong Chaloncr, once
Chanler, author of "Who's Looney
Now?" (gallantly)?"You shall have it,
end welcome. Hut It unfortunately
happenn that In New York Stale, from
which I luckily escaped, I am consid?
ered a lunatic, und my property la all
tied up In the bunds of a guardian."
Thomas T. .Sherman. Chaloncr's
Guardian?"if Mr. Chaloncr wants to
Klve an Income to his cx-wlfe and she
needs tho money, 1 shall offer no ob?
Supremo Court Justice Blanchard?
"Let us sco first whether the Kcntle
man can afford It."
iJeorne I. Mavkellar. referee appoint?
ed by Justice Blanchard?"He can af?
ford It and ho did apreo to pay her
$3.600 a" year In lieu of alimony when
they were divorced In 1S36."
Justice Blanchard?"net the lady
havo the allowance she asks for."
This, In tabloid form, represents pro?
ceedings which ended to-day when
.liifitlce Blanchard signed an order au?
thorizing Mr Sherman to pay $3.*>00 a
yenr to the literary prtnress out of the
ine.otne of Chaloner'R ealnte In this
jurisdiction. In return for this al?
lowance she agreed to drop her claim
of KO.onn Hcalnat him for money she
nald she loaned him out of her fiav
lnns ar an nuthoress.
Princess Troubclskoy said that her
?X-husband had paid her $3,000 a' year
from the time of their divorce until
his Inraireratlon an a lunatic In Bloom.
Ingdnle nttyluhi In 1809.
She had not r.sked for alimony at tho
time of tho divorce, she said, heraus?
hl.s affairs were In a troubled Mate.
She now liven at 53 Weft Thirty-ninth
Street, in an ttpartmcnt on the top
|lo<. of an old house. She suld she
refused to relinquish her dower rights
In Chaloncr's property.
Hcfcroo Maekellar found that
Chaloncr's Income Is nhout ?"?,OOo a(
year, lie recommended Hint Chaloner
be allowed to make certain repairs ami
your Bowels
_cd wjt
c-r-.Oy co ih* Ii'
rpTinif la bile, *
aocrdic fie tielicato
3?A A
Cut Cai
Ski He
Small Pill, Small Dose, Small Price
?" Genuiae be" Signature
The roof on your house
should be made of
G. M. Co.'s "Pearl"
Roofing Tin
Then it will be a good one
Gordon Metal Co.,
Richmond, Va.
W. E. Tanner. John F. Tanner
1419 East Main Streot
Prione? Madison 399 and 1797
Mahogany Upright Piano: full
oetaves. Una been used care?
Fifth nntl Grncc Street?.
The Great Gas Savers.
Sold only try
W. Fred. Richardson's
Storage ntid Trnniifer Department,
Main and Belvidero Sts. C
Hauling. Packing and Storing High
Grade Household Goods.
Phones: Mndlson 843, day; Monroe
S42. night.
' j ? ? I _ ??
Bridge Party for
Sheltering Arms Hospital
Friday, the Ulal, I P. M.
$J.on a tnhle, or r.O cents ouch player.
Help tin by playing. All welcome.
. T&blQii and cards supplied.
j You Have Never Seen a
Dissatisfied Steinway
The home with a Stcin
i way has the best in the way
of Pianos.
No higher grade of Pianos '
can be made than is the
Yon have never met an
owner of a Steinway Piano
I who was dissatisfied.
Think it over. W'.iitc its
for a FREE catalog.
! Walter D. Moses & Co.
103 E. Broad Street.
Oldest Music House in Virginia
and North Carolina. j
alterations to St. Mnrgerlto's Home at
itcdhook, Uuiclicss county, N. V.. a
homo for orphan children founded by
Margaret Astor.h is great-grandmother,
and bequeathed to him i>y his father,
ivlth $50,000 to maintain it.
.V letter from Chuloner, who now
lives at "The Merry Mills." Coblnitn,
\"a., and raises prize pigs to name
after the rlvals-in-ioye of his brother.
Sheriff Bob Chanlcr. husband of Lina
Cavallcrl, written shortly before his
ex-wife's marriage to the princely por?
trait painter, was put In evidence. It
read In part:
"That's awfully sweet and plucky ol
you to say ...tat you hope to do Without
the $3,000 a year at the end of a year
or two, hut I want yon to understand
that amount you can always count on.
I want you to count on It. I want you
to fee! that you will have $350 a month
coming to you sure and outside of your
work, without effort or anxiety on
your part. Granted success In my af?
fairs and th< amount will be larger."
The allowance to Princess Trotibetx
koy will bo paid in equal quarterly
amounts, the first on May l of tins
ISoccial to The Times-l ilspatch.]
Alexandria, Va.. April 20.--Under th?
superlvslon of Pufus field, of the Uni?
versity of Virginia, who has been
coaching the Episcopal High School
baseball team for the past week, thn
team has developed greatly. Although
the team has been pretty well picked,
the final cut has not been made. With
the exception of Captain Phillips at
shortstop and Green behind the. hat,
the rest of the team Is made up tit
new material, and the remaining posi?
tions will probably bo as follows:
Buckle at first base. C. M. Klnsolvlng
at second, L. 1). Burnett at third. Du
senberry, Cookc and Withers compose
the pitching staff. Dennis, Harlan, J.
II. Cronly and Carrington will cover
the outfield.
Episcopal has the remaining games
on her schedule:
April '.'??Cathedral School.
April 25?Kaster Hieb School.
April 27?Gonzaga College.
?April 20?VVoodberry Forest.
May ::?Western High School.
May ??Central High School.
May S?Tome Institute.
May 13?Boys' Latin School.
May 20?Woodberry Forest.
May 27?Technical High School.
June 3?Baltimore Polytechnlca!.
Bishop Van De Vyver to Preach
at St. Peter's?Special Service
for Children.
An annual celebration of much in?
terest to the members of St. Peter's
Church will take place next Sunday
at 1! o'clock, when Bishop Van de
Vyver will deliver a sermon in the old
cathedral, and will greet the parish?
ioners over whom he presided for so
many years, it bring the anniversary
of the fust communion and confirma?
tion of nearly all the members of St.
Peter's parish.
The bishop will preside in the sanc?
tuary and will he assisted hy t lie
clergy or the church. Brother Charles
is to act as master of ceremonies and
will direct the mlvements of more
than fifty altar boys, who, arrayed In
cassock, surplice or cape, will Hike
part in the ceremonies. The altars
arc io be decorated for tho occasion,
v.lille the special music of Faster Sun?
day, under Hie direction of Mrs. P. J.
Archer, will be repealed. The many
friends of the bishop arc expected to
be present at the 11 o'clock high ninss.
Nrxt Sunday morning also at 7
o'clock the bishop will administer ?rst
holy communion in St. Peter's Church
to 22.". children. About half this mini -
bei', together with twenty adult con?
vents, will also receive frim the
biShop the sacrament of confirmation,
the administration of which Is to lake
place Immediately after tiie 7 o'clock
mass. At l P. M. the children of the
parish will gather to renew their bap?
tismal vows.
Every day during next month, ex?
cept oil Sundays, regular May devotions
will take place In St. Peter's Church
at 6 P. M.
Services to Be Held ip Remem?
brance of Production of King
James Version.
With the aid of representatives of
all denominations, the tercentenary
celebration of the publication of lbs
King Janica version of tiie Bible will
lie celebrated at Centenary MethoJIst
Church next Sunday afternoon at 3:H0
o'clock. The celebration will be under
the auspices of the Bible Society of
Virginia, a. branch of tho American
Bible Society.
The address of the occasion will be
delivered by Uov. Thoron If, Bice, D.
p.; of the Union Theological Semi?
nary. ? In addition there will ho the
annual report of Dr. M. B. Porter,
set-rotary of the Bible Society of Vir?
Similar occasions commemorating
the three hundredth anniversary of
the production of the English Bible
, are being hold all over the woilA
r ? *
[new records made
! at dual track meet
Southern Intercollegiate Time for Mile and Half
Mile Lowered?Pennsylvania Outclasses Vir?
ginia, Winning by Score of 78 to 38.
(Special lo The Tlmos-Dlspatch/]
diarloltesvllle. Vn.. April 20.?-Two
Southern intercollegiate records, ihe
inllo and half-mile, were broken nt
the dual track meet hero to-day be?
tween Ponn and Virginia, which
the Quakers won easily. by
scoring 7S points to ."IK for the South?
Hilly Pauli, Intercollegiate record
holder for the mile covered the distunce
In 4:23 1-5, a splendid show for so early
in the season, while In the half-mile.
Bodley. a favorite along with Pauli,
surprised Mike Murphy with a mark
of 1:5X1-6. The Olytnphlc trainer said
he would he satlsllcd with 2:03, con?
sidering the track, which was soft
from heavy rain.
Brlgham. of Virginia, ran a good
rare in tho mile. He hung 6n close to
Paul) until the beginning of the last
Quarter, when he Jumped in the lead.
On the bark stretch, Pauli passed
Brlgham. and by a well-timed sprint,
broke the tape twenty yards ahead of
ihe Brooklyn lad.
Wolle, Intercollegiate point winner
of lust year in the two mile, received
an ovation when he fairly raced home
In this event, a full half loop ahead
of P.umbough and Carr. Though Vir?
ginia was unable to capture u first
place in the track event. Todrl, the
football star, almost ran a dead heat
with Brown in the 220-yard dash, in
a heat of the 100 dnsh, the opening
event, he received a bad fall, scarring
his hand and legs.
Burdlck, high Jump Intercollegiate
champion, cleared only six feet. In j
practice Tuesday he did four Inches I
betler. j
Berkeley and Cook. or Virginia,
made a j;ood showing in the ejuarter- I
mile, although ncither secured a point.
They set the pace and kept in the lead
until within thirty yards of the tape.
Ward, of Virginia, who captured first
pluee in tho broad Jump at Iho Penn
meet, last spring, was bested to-duy
by Mercer. Although the seorn was
one-sided, the events were well con?
tested. Though the track was wet and
heavy, excellent times were made In
almost every event.
The meet was over In an hour and a
half. Summary:
100-yard dash?First. Minds, Penn?
sylvania: second,-Todd. Virginia: third,
Brown, Pennsylvania. Time, :l0l-r,.
120 yards, hurdles?First. Orafflth,
Penr.a: second. Holladay, Virginia;
third. Ward, Virglhln. Time. :ic 3-5,
One-mile run?First, Pauli. Penn?
sylvania; second. Brlgham. Virginia;
third. Alleyn, Pennsylvania. Time,
4:!3 1-5.
Pour hundred and forty-yard dash?
First. Smith. Pennsylvania: second,
Whartbn; Pennsylvania: third. La
flamme, Pennsylvania. Time, 51 1-5
High Jump?Flr.rt. Rurdlck. Penn?
sylvania: T^anc anil Ferrior. of Penn
Feet Won't Burn, Smart]
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Foot Misery Vanishes When You|
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Nothing in all the world l'ke EZO. |
tho new discovery for tired, aching,
burning, swollen, dry and tender feet.
Rub on RZO and rub out agony. It'.
BO easy to use; Just rub
it on?that's all ?and
make your poor, tired
loet feel line and dandy
In live minutes. No fuss?
ing around getting
A lii-ccnt Jar will put
gladdest kind of glad?
ness into 20 pairs of
poor, tired, overworked
i'cei and extract the ag?
ony froth 50 rorns or
bunions or callouses.
Ask your druggist for
E.Y.O; don't accept a
substitute: get KX.Q. a
delightful, refined oint-J
nicht, and Ret rid
foot soreness and mis-'
ery. All druggists. Generous Jar for|
25 cents. Mail orders filled, charges
prepaid, by ISzn Chemical Co.. Roches-j
lor, X. Y. For snle by Tragic Drug,
Company and Scott's Drug Store.
?A j ?mw pt lUgTitTTf ,'rTT 111 ?MO? ????i I
629 East Broad Street
/JFo-verB. and many other diaeasw- hiwo
(?Sir inception ik a'iestllt of the installa?
tion of uhsciehtUTc and! unsanitary plumb*
ijrig fixture?. Full protection is to bt bad
the fixtufes como from
B22'S. E?shtu St., . Richmond, Vj^
S. W. Corner Seventh and Franklin
Streets, Opp. P. O.
Mndlson 5175. Monroe 103
sylvanla, tied (or second place. Height
six feet.
Shot put ? First. Furrow, Virginia;
second, Coeke. Vliglnlu; third. Proc?
tor, Pennsylvania. Distance, 35 feel 7
inch cs.
Two-mile run?First. Woolo, Pennsyl?
vania; second, Rumbough, Virginia;
third. Carr, Virginia. Time, 3:48 3-5.
Eight hundred and eighty-yard run
?First, Bodcley. Pennsylvania; second,
Loverson. Pennsylvania; third, Church,
Pennsylvania. Time 1:58 1-5
Two hundred and twenty-yard hur?
dles?First, Haydock, Pennsylvania;
second, Griffith, Pennsylvania: third,
ITotladay, Virginia. Time, 2?> 3-5 sec?
Hammer throw?First. Farrow, Vir?
ginia. 117 feet 8 inches; second. Jones,
Virginia; third, Cocko. Virginia.
Two hundred and twenty-yard dash
?First. Brown, Pennsylvania; second,
Totld, Virginia; third, Irwin, Pennsyl?
vania. Time. 23 1-5 seconds.
Bronil Jump?First, Mercer. Pennsyl?
vania; second. Ward. Virginia; third,
Laftainthc, Pennsylvania. Distance 22
feet 2 1-S Inches.
Polo vault?First, Hey.burn, Pennsyl?
vania; second. Proctor, Pennsylvania.
Height, 11 feet r, Inches.
Organization Being Effected to
Secure the Necessary
Fraternal organization? in pome
parts of the State, especially In Nor?
folk and Portsmouth, are demanding
that school books he furnished free o?
charge to the pupils of Virginia, it
Is felt that the frequent changes made
In hooks ami their high prices consti?
tute a hardship on many parents, and
that the cost of books prevents a good
many children from gaining the educa?
tion "which the State offers free. It Is
the plan lo keep the hooks In tho
schools, so that they may he handed
down from child to child until tho
time comes when they must he re?
placed. Most of the Northern and
Western States. It Is said, furnish free
John L. Deggc. of Norfolk, has been
nppolnted organizer for the State. Ho
Is appealing to fraternal organizations
to adopt a set of resolutions and to
appoint a committee of three members
to help In the movement. In his cir?
cular letter Mr. Deggc slates that the
relief and sick committees of several
orpanlzallons found that many chil?
dren were debarred from the public
schools because they were unable, to
purchase the necessary hooks. ?
(Continued From First Page.)
belief that were a competent and care?
ful man In office, with fees abolished
nnd it reasonable salary paid, and no
troublo experienced In having regular
weekly settlement.?, the movement to
abolish the office would die away. Oth
c'rs state that they will continue the
agitation for Its comploto abolition al?
ter Jonuarp l, 1014.
All seem to favor the salary fea?
ture meanwhile, whoever Is lo be
elected. and It is expected that
the ordinance fixing the salary will bo
adopted before the election is gone
into, as then no one can complain that
an official's salary has been cut during
his term. With tho most liberal al?
lowance for salaries, both for collector
and deputies, It is believed that, a clear i
saving of $5."On or $6,000 a ycur will |
be made to the city.
New State I.aw.
The law under which the vacancy !
created In the event of removal of
Collector Cunningham; would be tilled
was adoptcil ..y the Legislature of moti
to meet lite situation created,by the
death of City Treasurer Phillips, of
Richmond, which event caused the'
closing of the Treasurer's office for
thirty days until a special election
could bo had. Now the Council may
elect in the event of any such va?
cancy, to hold until aftcr/ the next
succeeding general election. At pres?
ent Captain Cunningham is still city
Collector, but his suspension prevents
the discharge of his duties, and the
office is closed to the public.
Captain Cunningham's resignation,
which it was persistently rumSrcd at
the City Hall all day yesterday, was
to be forthcoming, might save the for?
mal trial announced for Tuesday,
j though Mayor Richardson has an?
nounced -.tat will continue bis In?
vestigation, and there scents no doubt
whatever hut. that the whole matter
will be reviewed by tho grand jury.
In fact, Commonwealth's Attorney
Pol kos is collecting the'necessary data
for such a step, the code, clearly pro?
viding that il Is his duty so to do In
ense of any maladministration on tho
pari of a piiblio official. While Ihn
present shortage Is said to bo in ex?
cess of $1.000. With possibly more to
I come lo light, the city will lose
! nothing.
Ilonit fover? Ml LnsrH.
j Friciids of the Collector have Indl
| cited their Willingness to come for?
ward In his behalf, lie is bonded In
tho suni or tBO.OOO with the Virginia
j Trust. Company of Richmond as surety.
In the event of Major Wood's election
there would be a strong campaign for
the much coveted position of Superin?
tendent of tho Penitentiary. 12. W.
Mllstead, of Newport News, n. strong
cnndldate at 1ho time of Mr. Wood's
j election by lite board?Mr. Wood him?
self was a member of the hoard a I tho
time?is spoken of as a candidate.
Captain Cunningham is still reported
as being ill at his home. 2009 Vest
Grace .Street, and l.as Issued a state?
ment in Iiis own defense.
it is expected I hat the joint session
to-night will elect First Deputy Her?
bert lltilco us' collector ad Interim,
lie ii also a candidate for the position
permanently, and Is familiar with tho
routitiuc work of the office.
"Safest for Savings"
One of the strangest, and yet the strongest, stones ever written. A
narrative that will make the hair of your head bristle, will be found on
Sunday in the411ustrated Sunday Magazine.
How some people dress well cheaply, shown in Homer Croy's ar?
ticle on New York's misfit parlors, in the Illustrated Sunday Magazine.
How a clever jewel thief got away with some goods and left a
woman happy in the possession of a beautiful diamond. Clever fiction
by Adam Barnhart Brown.
An abduction that proved a god-send to a certain man very much
in love. Told in Arthur William Beer's clever story, "The Girl in the
Anent the recent declaration that lobsters will soon be passe,
Roy Crandall has something to say that should set many minds at rest.
Read his article with the other fine features to be found in the
of The Times-Dispatch on April 23
W. J. Bryan, in His Commoner, Declares Eleva?
tion of Virginian to Senate Leadership
Is Amazing.
rSnecl.il to The Timcs-Dispulrh. ]
Lincoln, Neb.. April 20.? In ihn
forthcoming Issue of his Commoner,
\V. J. Bryan makes a rabid attack on
i^'enHtor Martin, of Virginia, and says
his selection to the minority leader?
ship of the Senate is aninr.lng Mr.
Bryan declares Senator Martin's record
j is just about as bad as It could he,
I and his selection not only stifles the
party, but brings odium upon those
who are responsible for his elevation,
lie charges that Senator Martin Is
lacking In ability as a speaker, und
says he will have to rely upon some
one olse to present arguments. Specu?
lating, then, upon the cause of Mr.
Martin's selection to the leadership,
Mr. Bryan says:
"He Is a master of manipulation'
j Ho Is a machine politician; Iiis pbwer
Is the same that. Aldrich possesses,
lacking Aldrich's ability. It Is to
he hoped Virginia, the home of so
many Illustrious statesmen, will re?
tire him and send some one to Wash
The Seaboard Air l?lnn Railway
have inaugurated the Atlanla-Ulrmlng
hnm Special, leaving Richmond 11:13
P. M., for all points in the Southwest.
Through day coaohes ,to Birmingham;
electric lighted Pullman sleepers to
Atlanta. Birmingham and Memphis.
Florida-t'urm Special leaves Richmond
ic.io r. ,\i.
Big Saving in Groceries
at our two stores.
Pocahontns Sugar Corn, 9c, or 3
Best American Granulated Sugar,
per pound.5c
Hamilton Roasted Coffee, 1-lb.
papers .. .18c
2-11). can Tomatoes.5c
2-lb. can Sugar Corn, 2 for.15c
Wine for Jelly, quart.20c
3 cans Best Early June Peas for.. ,25c
Good Canned Salmon, can.11c
Kresh Country Eg?s, dozen.ISc
Small Best Hams, lb.17c
SI bottles Duffy's Malt Whiskey. .85c
Finest Klein Creamery, 1-lb; pkg.28c
Silver King Best Patent Family
Hour, 30c bau; or, per barrel. . . .$1.75
Finest; Breakfast Baton, lb.17c
Pure Italian Olive Oil, bottle.10c
Creamery Butler, ll>.25c
W inner Brand Condcsoed .Milk, can.. .9c
Good Cheese, 2 lbs. for.25c
Smoked Country Jowls.10c
Smoked California Hams, lb.12c |
Pure Leaf Lard, lb.12c j
Good Carolina Rice, lb.5c
New Va. Comb Honey, pkg.15c
Palmetto Condensed Milk.8c
Lenox Soap, 7 bar?.25c
7 lbs. Best Lump Starch.25c
Good Lard, per lb.j .10c
Va. Pride Coffee, lb.20c
Large Juicy Lemons, dozen.15c
Beat HandjPickecl Beans, quart.9c
Old Virginia Herring Roe, in 2-lb.
Whole Grain Rice, per lb...6c
Large-Ir'sh Potatoes, 23c peck; per
Gold Medal or Pillsbury Best Flour,
39c bag; per barrel.$6.15
SeUlIfB&n's Son
1820-22 E. Main. 506 E. Marshall.
Two Stox???Phone at Each.
ington who wIH restore her prestige
and give expression lo tho sentiment
of the. rank and file of hor people.
If Virginia falls lo do this, the next
.Senate Is likely to retire him from
tho leadership.
"It Is probably too much to hopo
that ho con during tho prcsont ses?
sion be forced to resign the chair?
manship, but he Is i|tiito sure to be
humiliated by being deserted by a
majority of the Democrats. Martin?
is m will become as obnoxious to tho
Democrats as Aldrlchism did to the
Republicans. Tho sooner we get rid
of It the better for the party and the
Wake Koren I WIiim With Fnne From
Drlnnnrr Collrgr.
[Special lo The Tlmcs-Dlspatch;]
Wake Forest. N. C, April 20.?Woke
Forest won with ease- from Delaware
College to-day In a slow and uninter?
esting gome. Pointer pitched a superb
game for Wake Forest, keeping Ills
lilts well scattered and was Invincible,
with men on bases. Wake Forest made
four runs In the second on errors and
a two-baso lilt by Brown. Delaware
would get men to Hie third corner, but
rould not score. Knopf relieved .lolls
In the sovcnlh, and proceeded to walk
the first three men, hut only one run
was made, and this on an error.
Tho most sensational catch of the
season was made, by Ward, of Dela?
ware, when he caught Ulley's fly in
right field, lie made a dive, and after
j catching tlie ball, stood on his head
and then turned a sofersault. Castello,
I of Wake Forest, by a running one
hand stop at a fly. cut on' two runs.
This closed the season on the homo
grounds!*1 The team plays A. and M.
at Raleigh to-morrow, and goes on r
trip next week, which ends the season.
Umpire Caddell, who has umpired
i every game on the Imme grounds, has
I has no! had one of his decisions during,
the entire season questions.
Score hy Innings: B. H. B.
Wako Forest-0 10 0 0 0 10 S 7 1
Delaware .0 o 0 0 ? 0 0 0 0?0 fi t
Batteries: Pointer and Turner, .lolls,
Knopf and Huston.
Summary: si ruck out?by Pointer, ti;
by .lolls. !; hy Knopf. I. Paso op
, halls?off Pointer. 2; off .lollp. Ii off
j Knopf. 3, Hit by pitched ball ? Pointer.
J Two-base hits?Brown and Ward. Urn
I plre, Caddell.
I _
Trinity Loses Second Gome of Series
to Georgia by 7 to 3 Score.
[Special to The Tlmcs-Dlspatch.]
Athens, Ca.. April 20.--Trinity losl
the second game to Georgia to-day, 7
to ,1, in a llerco slugging match, the
Cracker boys having far lue bellet
of argument, as to timely hits, The
game was tierce and fast, and only a
few errors wero in evidence. Trinity
took the lead in tho first Inning hy
driving in l wo runs, on lilts hy
Foushee, trooper and an error. Trinity
scored again In the third, and after
that its day's work was done. Cud
frey started In to pilch for Trinity,
but w is rapped hard and was sub?
stituted by Sum Gauntt, who fared but
little better. The Georgians had on
their batting clothes. Bbwde'n and
, Drools? wore the stars ,v;,UJi th,e stick. (
West made two pretty pick-ups thab
looked good tor hits.
Score hy Innings: R. H. E.
Georgia .'.02 14 0 0 0 0 ??7 6 l
Trinity .2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0?3 ? 1
Batteries: Georgia. Brannon and
Thompson; Trinity, Sam Uautf, God?
frey and Mnddox. Home runs?Bow
den, 3. Base hits?Brooks. Singles-?
Brooks. Thompson. Brannon and Bart
lelt, Foushce, Thompson, Bundy Hon
deraon. Cooper.
Children Cry
O A 3 T O R I A
See the Beautiful New Verite
Suits Now on Display.
Baylor-Yarborough Co.
AM2?icA? tw^mwam mas*
m smarts,*
Four miles east of Warrlsonburg.
Rncklngham county, Virginia, will
open .Inno 1. 19.11. Comfortable
accommodations for 150 guests.
I.arce new brick hotel, with all
modern conveniences; perfect sani?
tary arrangements: public and pri?
vate hnihs: hot and cold water and
electric lisrhts In every room. First
Claes livery on the ground. Auto?
mobiles and carriages used for
t rnnsporta tlon.
The Powers-Taylor Drug Co. are
the wholesale dlslrlhuttng agents
for the Massanettn Water for Rich?
mond. Va.
For booklets, rates, etc., address
Massanetta Springs Co.,
flo* 1711 Hnrrlnonhurg, Virginia.
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Table CUott Dinners Saturday
? nd Sunday evenings, 6 to 8 o'clock,
Sl.SO each.
Richmond, Va.
The most niagnincent hotel in th* $
South. European plan. Rooms single -
and en suite, with and without bath*;
Spacious sample rooms, ?-??vtiAfi
lUlr.Ji.50 u?r i*3T ?aft wi.?-^ ,

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