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Horses Will Compete in Events. Detroit, June 19.?Tho Detroit Driv? ing Club to-dny announced the pro - fjrnm tor lta twenty-seventh annual l>lue ribbon meeting July 31' to Au? gust 4, at which the Grand and Great Western Circuit horses will compete. The Chnmber of Commerce pacing stake Is chaugea to tho opening day to provide for the Horseman Futuri? ties In the second. The M. and At:, which leads among trotting classics, will be raced on Wednesday. For tnc last two daya tho two frec-ror-ali's are scheduled, each with an In? creased purse. Entries close on July IS. the program being as follows: First day. Monday, July 31?2:19 trot, throe In five heats, purse $1.000; 2:13 pace, three In five. Chamber or Commerce stake (closed), $5,000; 2:07 trot, two In three, $1,000. Second day, Tuesday, August l? 2:12 pace, three In live, ?1.000; 2:11 trot, three In five (closed), $3,000; the Horseman Futurity, threo-yoar-olti trot, three heats (closed), $10,000; threo year-old pace, three heats (closed), $3,000. Third day. Wednesday, August 2? 2:1 S pace, throe In live, $1,000; -':24 trot. Merchants' and Manufacturers' stake (closed). $10,000; 2:05 pace, two in irirco (closed), $3,000; the Horse? man Futurity, two-year-old trot, two In three (closed), $2,000. Fourth day. Thursday, August 3? 2:13; trot, threo In five. $1.000; -:io pace, three In live, $1,000; free-for-all trot, two In throe, $1,500; 2:06 pace, two In three, $1,000. Fifth day, Friday. August 4?2:1? trot, three In five. $1,000; 2:10 pace, threo In five. $1,000; free-for-all pace, two In three, $1.500; 2:09 trot, two in three. $1,000. (Continued From First Page.) blood began to flow from his veins to those of his wife. The transfusion continued for about an hour and a half. Hcnpimdn <lulekly. - The patient responded to the treat? ment from the ilrst. Gradually the color was restored to the lips and cheeks of the frail sufferer. But as Mrs. Lea's color was restored the Hush faded from the cheeks of her husband. His thought was not of himself, and when the transfusion had continued for an hour and a half, he Importuned the surgeons not to ar? rest the operation wolle there was the possibility of a doubt as to the out? come of Mrs. Iven's case. But the surgeons, realizing the weakening ef? fects of such a drain on the Senator's system, eventually staunched the flow. After tho operation Senator Lea fell to the floor In a taint. He was Im? mediately placed In bed and to-night In making splendid recovery of his strength. Xot the least favorable ele? ment In his recovery Is his buoyant mental attitude In conseruence of Mrs. Idea's Improvement. With, the asnin nnce.of a friend he was able to walk to his wife's bedside to-day. APPALACHIAN LEAGUE At Morrlstown: Morrlstown, 14; Cleveland, 6. At Knoxvllle: Knnxvllle. 7; Ashe ville. 5. At Bristol: Bristol. 2: Johnson City, 1. ??His IKIULfl-TO I Uli' CTW iKfM 1*1 , IM ? and other ills, due to an inactive condi? tion of the Liver, Stomach and Bowels, may be obtained most pleasantly and most promptly by using Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna. It is not a new and untried remedy, but is used by | millions of well-informed famines through? out the world to cleanse and sweeten and strengthen.the system whenever a | laxative remedy is needed. When buying note the fuO name of the Company?California Fig Syrup Co.,?printed on every package of tho genuine. Regular price SO* per bot one triro crjy. ~ For tale by all leading druggists. ''THEO pj G tKA't-oi'wl; ^ ^N ? is instructive, elevating and enter _ tabling. We are headquarters for f?j Eastman Kodaks and Photo Sup- g plies?Che dependable kind. Our enlarged plant* for Developing and Printing Is steadily increasing in popularity. Charges always lowest. Moil orders re? ceive prompt attention. Th?S. Optical Go. 5 Manufacturing Opticians and Ex? pert Adjusters of Eye Glasses, Spectacles, Artificial Eyes, Etc. MAIN AND ? 223 E. BROAD EIGHTH < Next door to cor. BSP" Prescription Work Our Specialty. OF BONDS LOWER Washington, June 19.?So many Ir? regularities were (Uncovered to-day in the bids for the $50,000,000 lasuo of 3 per cent. Panama bonds that tho aver? age price of the l6suo will be lowor than was first estimated, and many bidders at first thought unsuccessful will receive some of the now securities. By tho lime *49,D4S.SO| of legitimate bids had been tabulated to-day ?.nc price of the bonds had got down to 102.21. At this figure there wore ac? ceptable four bids of $1,000,000 each, which had hitherto been aoneldcred unsuccessful. It now appears tnar the National City Bank of New fork w!ll get probably $2,000,000 or $3,000,000. It bid for the entire issue Treasury ofllclals consider It safe to nnnounce that any ono who bid 107.2136 or high? er Is suro to receive some of the new securities. HANS WAGNER MAY?SUCCEED HUNTER AT FIRST BACK Plttsburg. Pi., June 13.?It becamo known to-tloy that the Plttsburg club has protest oil the game won by Boston, S to 7. In this city last Thursday on the ground that a decision rendered by the flohl umpire should havo been made by tho umpire In chief be? hind the bat. It, also lnoVed out that waivers arc to be asked on First Baseman Hunter. It Is be? lieved with the passing of Hunter will come a change lono advocated by followors of the game, that placing Wagner at first base. DIES FROM EFFECTS OF SWA BLOWING SMALL SPLINTER Fayettevllle. N. C? Juno 19.?As a result of swallowing a particle of a pinewood splinter, which ho used for a toothpick, "W. B. West, of Godwin, died In the Hlghamlth Hospital here to-day. West was brought here last night and the splinter wns removed by an operation. Shndoir Clock Exhibited. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.] Emporla, Va., June 19.?The first ex? hibition of Tho Times-Dispatch shadow clock, which took place here this eve? ning, created great interest. Many automobile partlos from nearby points came to Emporla to witness the In? teresting spectacle, and there ' were various amusing; speculations as to the method of the movement of the hands of the mysterious timepiece over Its brilliantly illuminated face. The shadow clock will be exhibited to? morrow at South Emporla. Pennant Raising Postponed. Danville, Va.. June 13.?Owing to the unsettled conditions here as tho result of the cyclone, the pennant raising has been posponed until Wed? nesday. The ceremonies were changed this morning, about noon. when weather conditions wero not very bright, the sun not making its ap? pearance till long after noon. Sunday .School Workers Assemble. San Francisco. June 13.?From all I parts of the East special trains ar I rived io-day. brfnglng delegales to the I one hundred and thirty-eighth annual gathering of the International Sunday School Convention, which will open to? morrow. Among the first to reach headquarters io-day were delegates from Ohio, Kentucky and Toronto, Canada. Receivers Appointed. j New York. Juoo 19.?Supremo Court .' Justice Cohalan to-day appointed re? ceivers for the property of the United Wireless Telegraph Company, situated In the State of New York. S.camcr Asbore. Wick, Scotland. June 19.?The Brit? ish steamer Willesden, from Shields for Montreal, is ashore at Preswlck Bay. Richmond Party nt Naples. S. H. Bowman received a cablegram last night advising that the steamer Mendoza. of the Lloyd Ilaliano Line, had arrived in Naples, at 10 o'clock yesterday morning, with the following Richmond people on board: Miss Maria Blair, Miss Laura Car rlngton. Miss Evelyn Stiles. Miss Nell Sutton, Miss Belle Gaylo. Miss Char? lotte Jones. Miss Byrd Alvev, Miss Katherlne Rhonda, Miss Phyllis Taylor, Mrs. Edward P. May, Master Peyton May, Louis Baldaccl. Mrs. Rosalie Ral dacci Miss Frances Baldaccl, Miss Ma? rie Baldaccl, Miss Antolnetto Baldaccl. Master Paul Baldaccl, Mrs. Frances Baldaccl. Won by Tambour Major II. Paris. June 13.?Tho Prix des Qeramlums. which was run at St. Cloud to-day. was won by Nash Turner's Tambour Major II. COLLEGIANS E?DVFQR GAME Washington Chamber of Com? merce Nine Will Tackle Lo? cals Wednesday. A Game of much Interest will be played at Broad Streut Bark to-mor? row afternoon between the Klchmonrt Collegians and the Chainror ot L'om merco team, of Washlng^jn. The Washington team la composed of the vnrlotiH stars playing In the amateur leagues around that city. They have had little trouble In dis? posing of their opponents this season, numbering amongst them' Georgetown University, the Old Point team of the Tidewater I.eaguo. and others. They rank as one of the fastest or? ganizations in the country. Their cap? tain and manager is Phfl King, tho old Princeton baseball and football star, and among tho players is Cy .McUon ald, who has quite a reputation among the Richmond baseball public, having played for Winchester several years ago. and was one of the llrst men to put the ball over left Held fence. The rest of the team Is on ? par with the big first sticker, The Collegians, by annexing a hard fought ten-lnnlng game from the Cher? okee Indians last Wednesday, made more friends and added another vic? tory to their long list of games won. The public that witnessed the game then can rest assured that the com? ing contest will be much belter pluyed. KILLS WIFE; TRIES SUICIDE Jc-nloiiny Buck of Tragedy nt Clny Cen? ter, Ohio. 1 Toledo, O., June 19.?Crazed with Jealousy, William Graham, thirty-one years old, a farmhand, shot and In? stantly killed his wife at Clay Center. In Ottawa county, yesterday. He turn? ed the weapon on himself, sending a I bullet into his stomach. He became ! paralyzed from the wound and 's In a I critical condition at Toledo Hospital. The Grahams lived on tho outskirts] I of this city. Last January Mrs. t'.ra i ham deserted her husband* on account I of 111 treatment. It Is alleged, going to I Clay Center, with their two children. Mrs Graham's body was taken to the I home of her parents In Genoa, Ohio. British Stcnmcr Totnl Loss. Halifax. Nova Scotia, June 10.?The British stoamer Ben Earn has been nbandoned on Half Moon Ledge, twelve miles from Barrlnglon Head. She went nground Saturday and was making water so rapidly that Captain Lock hart did not consider it safe to re? main aboard her longer. She will be a total loss. The Ben Earn was carrying coal to St. John. N. B.. and got off her :oursa. GO AS CATTLE TENDERS. College Men Ship Aboard Vessel for Tour of Europe. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.] Boston. Mass., June 19.?Twelve col? lege men from leading American uni? versities have signed as cattle tend? ers and stewards on the steamer Devo ! nian to Liverpool Included Is Ben Mcrriwether. of Axtervllle. N. C a j freshman at the University of Louis? ville. He. with the. others, will leave tho Devonian when she docks, and lour Europe on a bicycle, with a young Michigan freshman. They already have been made members of the Tourln'j jClub of Frflnce, and will visit all the principal cities. Jeffrie- Sent to Jail. I Alfred Jeffries, colored, appealing from Police Court, was convlotcd yesterday In the I Hustings Court of petit larceny, and was I sentenced to sixty days In Jail. Jeftrins was formerly employed In the Jef f/rson Hotel, from which he stole a quantity of provisions His house Is alleged t,> have been well stocked when detectives searched it for stolen goods. Building Permits. Tho following building and repair permits were Issued - In the office of Building Inspector Beck yesterday: W. T. Lindsay, to erect a ono-story frame dwelling, 1420 Chaffln Street $1,200. Beverly & Gayle, to repair brick store, 90G East Broad Street. $1,S00. O. M. Woodward, to repair brick dwelling, 507 1-2 North Twenty-fifth Street. $300. Josoph HolzgTcfo (commUtoo), |to repair seven frame dwellings, S1S-?0 West Leigh Street. A. Edward Roeber, to repair brick I dwelling, 1 SI 6 Grove Avenue, ?500. Farmers' Welcome Rain. [Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.] Cnrtersvllle, Va., June 19.?A much-needed rain fell at this place lnst night. Thoush the farmers were In the midst of theli wheat harvest they were ?lad to see It, fot many of them are not through Planting to bacco. and the crop that had been planted was dying for want of rain. are always commanded by those who produce the best. Over fifty years of continued] Quality and Purity made 46 The Old JReSlabie 99 the unchallenged King of All Bottled Beers. Its world-wide reputation is due to its thorough ageing, mildness and exquisite taste which helped to win its Popislariiy Everywhere. ? Bottled Only (with Corks or Crown Caps) at ihe Anheuser-Busch Brandl ANHEUSER-BUSCH BREWERY JOSEPH STUMPF, M?r. St. Louis, Mo. Richmond, Virginia Bemldjl, Minn., Juno 19.?Detectives from tho Stole fire marshal's office to-day completed their search for evi? dence against Dr. D. T. Dumas, Mayor of Cass Lake, who was arrested Sat? urday charged with incendiarism. As a result, tho State officers say that ten business men in this section will be arrested on the samo charge as that made against Dr. Dumas. SENTENCED TO PENITENTIARY. W. L. Woolridge Gets Three Yearn for Malicious Cutting of Hl.i Wife. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.] Roanoke, Va.. June 19.?To-day a jury in the Corporation Court returned a verdict of guilty in the case of W. L. WoclriCge, indicted for malicious cutting of his wife, fixing his punish? ment at three years In the peniten? tiary. ? About a year ago, while in a drunken condition, Woolridge attended a revival and professed religion, and he then went home and made a vicious assault upon his wife, cutting her throat. Mrs. Woolridge recovered. Woolridge made his escape and was captured at Covlngton'about a month ago. COLLINS AND FORD Eddie Collins, the author lnflclder, of the riillftdclphla Athletics, on tu? lcfl, and Hussen Ford, of the Now fork Yankees, one of the nest tvrlrlcrs In the Amcrlcnn rename, whom he attacks In an article nnent the twlrlers >t to-day. Collins holds that Kord's refusal to a<~<u>t l.ls catcher's ?)K"ol? Is not nccordlnjc to Hoylc, while ninny Y of eminent ?portluc writers take an opposite view. OLD HOME FRILENDS GREET PRESIDENT (Continued From First Page.) prospect of going back to a less active life has In It at this time some phase: that are welcome and some that are unwelcome. The necessity for labor, which will follow my retirement, how? ever, relieves me somewhat from anxiety on that score. There Is as yet, so far as I have been Informed, no provision for an ex-President; and while I do not wish to hold out any competition to two lawyers who honor this club; I wish to say to the rest of the members of the club that I shall open an office and be ready for business at not an old, but a very new stand. Pimm for ills Sou. Speaking of the time when his son, Robert, shall come back to Cincinnati to practice law, he declared that while "It has been pressed on him to have him go to some place where possibly his emoluments would be larger, I am determined, and he sympathizes with me, that he shall go to the home Hiat knew his great-grandfather and his grandfather am. his fathor, and that there he shall work out his life under the Influences that I hope will he favorable to his success?at least In restraining him 'lthln tho path and the limitations of an honorable life." The speech of presentation was made by James Albert Green, president of tho Commercial Club, who said his organization came without axes to grind and without petitions to present, to assure the President of the affection of the club members and their loyalty, adding that the esteem In which they have always held htm "mounts higher and higher day by day." Good Things to Eat at Big Savings Clnifornlu Table Peaches, 2 cans. . 25c Best American Granulated Sugar, per pound.5>?c Good Canned Salmon, can.12c $1 bottles Duffy's Malt Whiskey. .8 Good Salt Pork, lb.8c New Clipped Herrings, dozen.10c $1.00 bottle Old Fulchcr Whiskey.75c Freezing Salt for cream, peck .... 10c Calumet Best Sugar Cured Hams, per pound.18c Whole Grain Carolina Rice, lb.6c I Eagle or Brookdalc Asparagus, can.. . 19c | Best Lump Starch, 5c pkg., now 7 pkgs. for.25c Baker's Cocoa, can .10c j New Full Cream Cheese, 18c lb., or 1 >i lbs.25c ] Smoked California Hams, lb.IlySc \ Try our Marbis Sugar Wafers, per tin..,. ?c Canned Veal Loal. regular 25c cans. .'15c Good Creamery Butter, per lb.23c 7 bars Lenox Soap for.25c Chef Brand Fish Roe, in 2-lb. cans. . .11c Silver King Best Patent Family Flour, 30c bag; or, per barrel. . .$4.65 Finest Breakfast Bacon, lb.16c Pure Italian Olive Oil, bottle.10c Winner Brand Condensed Milk, can.. .9c Smoked Country Jowls.9c Pure Leaf Lard, lb.12c Good Carolina Rice, lb.5c New Va. Comb Honey, pkg.14c Good Lard, per lb. 10c Va. Pride Coffee, lb.,..20c ? Best Hand-Picked Beans, quart.9c Whole Grain Rice, per lb..'.6c Gold Medal or Pillsbury Best Flour. 39c bag; per barrel. .$6.15 ' S.Ullman'sSon, TWO?STORES?TWO PAY BILL WILL PASS Federal Government to Compensate ? Xutionul Guurd. Local military men are much pleased i with ussurajtces from Washington to! the effect that the pepper bill, designed to provide Federal pay for the orttcers ana men of the organized mtlttlu, Is almost certain of passage. It has the bucking of the War, Department, and the. majority of members of both par? ties are said to have yielded to tho demands made upon them by their con? stituents. The militia is practically solid for the measure. Under the provisions of this measure officers would receive a percentage of the pay of their grade In the regular army, while eullsted men would got a specific amount for attendance at each weekly drill, not to exceed forty eight in one year. In thlB connection Major-General Francis V. Greene, of New York, tikes the position that Slate aid to armories Is more Important for the National Guard than is Federal pay. Very few of tho States have made even small appropriations for the building of ar? mories, and n vast majority of tho commands have most inadequate, un? comfortable and uninviting quarters. The tlrst requisite, ho contends, for a sausllcd command is a social and athletic clubhouse us well as a trill hall. WORK FOR MEDALS Plan for Increasing lJlllcleiiey In Com? pany A, It ich limn it nines. For the purpose of stimulating in? terest In military affairs among the members of his command. Captain T. B. McDowell, of Company A, Richmond Blues, bus inaugurated a series of com? petitions which include, every man in the company. Squads will be formed, composed of seven privates and a cor? poral, to he permanently assigned as such. Accurate records will be kept tor an entire year.- beginning July I, 1911, and ending June 30, 1912, of the attendance, deportment, military effi? ciency ami cure of military property on the part' of every man. At th* conclusion of the year every member of the sqund making the highest oer centugo will be awarded a bronze medal, given by the comnany. Whore there arc discharges, men will be from time to lime shifted from ono squad to another, so as to make condi? tions as nearly equal and fair to nil as possible. But when a man is re? moved, his record up to that limo will belong lo his old squad. It is expected that good-naturod ri? valry will attend this competition of a nature to be for the best Interests of tho company. Another proposition stnrtod by Cap? tain McDowell is the award of a gold medal to the best drilled mnn in tho company. This will be given at a competitive drill lo be held at the be? ginning of July of next year. ORDER SET ASIDE injunction Dissolved lu Case AlVectlng Montlcello Hull. Judge Daniel Grlnnan In the Chan? cery Court yesterday morning dis? solved the Injunction granted Satur? day, restraining the agents of R. For randlni from razing Montlcello Hall. This action wns taken because the plaintiffs, suing through P. Whillock lid not give proper notice to Forran JeIn 1 when the injunction was asked for. Judge Grlnnan set June 22 as the time for hearing argument on the motion. Meanwhile, by agreement, no further ivork on the building will be done. In his answer, Ferrandtnl nsks that the adjoining property owners bo placed under bond to proteot him from loss. The. question of an appeal from the Police Court, where the building was ordered razed, doubtless will be com? pleted In tho Hustings Court next Saturday. Already, a good deal of work has teen done In the way of pulling down the old house, and as It stands '.o-ciay, Its condition' Is more dangerous than when tho work began. As the matter now stands, It seems that tho build? ing must be pulled down and tho set tlomon between Ferrnndlnl and the other owners left to the courts. Plan? for Nurses' Home. [Special lo Tho Times-Dispatch.] Danville, Va., Juno 19.?At a meeting of the executive board of the Danville General Hospital and a committee from the Acad? emy of Medicine, held st the hospital to? night, plans and apcelflcatlons for the nurses' homo in dt built on the grounda of the hos? pital ware examined and approved. AMERICAN YACHTS Kiel, Germany. Juno 19.?The Amer*. ican yachts maue'a clean sweep in the first of the International yacht races for Sonder Klasse boats here to-day. the Beaver, Cima and the Blbllot, all Americans, finishing In the order named, j. ue visiting rac?? were only, seconds apart at the goal, a The German competitors Tilly XTV..' "no Seechund III. and the "Wannsee, In this order were well behind. The Beaver, the winner, Is owned and was sailed by J. C. Etistace, George c. Dadney and George Nichols, of tho Eastern Yacht Club. The times were: Beaver, 2 hours 49 minutes 16 sec? onds. Cima, 2 hours 49 minutes 18 sec? onds. Blbllot, 2 hours 48 minutes 30 oee onds. Tilly XIV., 2 hours 63 minutes 68 seconds. Seechund III., 3 hours 56 minutes 18 seconds. Wannsee, 3 hours 66 minutes 81 Bee- , onds. i A smooth sea favored the Am?r? , ienns for Indigestion Constlpatlon^Pijspepsiag^ A Liquid After Dinner D^stanT ASK YOUR DRUGGIST IF IT'S MADE OF WOOD ^i" WE CAN MAEE*-m. " '