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25 Cents Worth of Snowdrift
is Equal to 90 Cents Worth of Butter Because, Snowdrift is 100 per cent cooking fat, while butter is 18 per cent salt and water. The price is much less. Try Snowdrift in cake. Use about one-fifth less than butter. Snowdrift is a wholesome shortening, adapted to every branch of cooking. Sold in hermetically sealed, sanitary cans only. Most grocers sell it. If yours does. not, write our nearest office and we will arrange to have you supplied. The Southern Cotton Oil Co., San Francisco. No. 24 Broad St., New York Manchester. DIRECTORS yOU USUAL DIVIDEND Financial Statement of Steel Corporation Better Than Expected. Now York. October .1).?In spite of; apparently unfounded rumor?) circulat? ed on the Stock Exchange to-day thui ?-i< i>,., were being taken to enjolti the common dividend of the United States .steei Corporation and gossip alto that, it might bo reduced, Iho u:,uui dlatrl-j iiution of 1 1-4 per cent, on in^n bo ! curlty was declared at llic regulai 1 quarterly irioetlng b'i the directors thin afternoon. There watt complete uc> | cvr-i among the directors present us' to the dividend, which the quarterly financial ?talement showed hud been, earned; although no t .vira approprl-j tlons were made for expenditures. The usual quarterly dividend of l 3-4j per cent, on the preferred stock waa als'i d colored. I'nusual interest attache.1 to the meeting by reason of. the dissolution suit recently Instituted by the gov? ernment agalnBt the corporation, and thi lattrr'.'i announced Intention to oppose the proceedings, but nothing additional on this subject was made public. Trade conditions In their rela-: tiou to the immediate future formed the basis, it was mild, of a part of i the discussion. The financial statement, which was for the third quarter of tbe year end? ing September :<0, showed earnings ofi t20.h22.12o, with net earnings of %22.-' 7ir,.ir.7. Those compara with *-?,10S, 520 iin'l S2i;$39,840, respectively, for ?hu quarter Immediately preceding- ' Kur the. corresponding quarter' of 191" earnings and net earnings were $:-7, :;f.r..l'.'7 and I"1.04i,72G. respectively. In practically ull particulars the Statement was decidedly belter than had been expected. The surplus net Income foi the third quarter Is 9-.74f., 19)4. na against 9i.Sti9.i7~ in the pre? ceding quarter, hut Is much below that of the Same quarter last year, when this Item totaled 111,678,063. On thi other bund, no appropria? tions Croin surplus wer?: made the last quarter, while In tit.- third quar? ter last year llur mihi of 1.7,500,000 was t aside for expenditures which In? cluded authorised payments for addi? tional propcrity, new plants and con-1 strucllon. JA 11.131) IN DEFA I I.T Of DO\U. Inrcocll Taller < hnrged With Slenl Iiir I'rom llnnklna'a More. [Special toThu Tltnea-Dispatch.] Tusawoll, Va., October 31.?-JOe Ken drlck, a tullor of Tatewell, was ar? rested here yesterday, charged with Stealing fjoods from the store of M. 31 Hanking* ICeudrick waa tried te fore Magistrate Peery and sent to ihe grand Jury, und In default of (2,000 ball was confined In Jail. The arrest and charge of burglary brought against Kcndrlck created a Sensation, as he and his family arc highly re? spected and hnve good social stand? ing In Tazewell. .Mr. Ivendrlck is charged with entering the rear win? dow of Hahklns's store and at vari? ous times taking shoes and suit cases from the store. A search of his borne shortly after his nrreut revealed a large amount of merchandize, which was Identified by employes of Iliinklns's store as having been their properly. PATH-FINDING CAR REACHES AUGUSTA Party En Route to Richmond j Finds Roads in Good Condition. Augusta. (la., October 31,?After much trouble, Freemen Monroe suc? ceeded In having the Chalmers unloaded lit Atlanta this morning at , 1?* o'clock, and the parly started at i 13 o'clock, reaching Augusta nt 0 ?'"lock to-nighti in this Chalmers were Monroe, driving; II. B. Variier, editor of the Southern Good Iloads, Dec Ai I'olger. rctiresentlng I> Waltet Page's department; Fred Vitien, o photographer, who followed this year's pildden vur; Colonel M.icNalr, editoi of the Automobile Blue Hook, and The Times-Dispatch representative. The Mitchell car. eontalulng K. If. Klllo'.t and D. D. Armstrong, of the T. O. A., J?nd Dr. MacCallle. State Geologist, b.'ft two hours before the pilot car. but was overtaken and passed forty miles from Augusta. With the exception of some seven or eight miles nenr Greensboro, Oa.. which were heavy and slippery, owing to days of rain, the roads throughout the trip of 17.". milts were wonder I fullv good. In spite of a steady drizzle j of rain which fell all day. The roads i are for the most part of sand and I clay, but beginning about twenty miles out of Augusta and running into the city is an excellent travel road, hard packed and well drnlned. The Chalmers came through without the least trouble. The party was met In Augusta by Mr. Farrell, secretary of the Chamber of Commerce, and cordially welcomed. An early start will be made to-mor? row morning. Entertaining And Instructive It will be offered to you FREE in Next Sunday's Times-Dispatch. LOOK FOR IT YOU PLAY IT jghg Fascinating Game The Times-Dispatch is the first newspaper to print this attractive feature?one that will appear later in the leading papers of the United States. The game will appear next Sunday on the back of the color section, with full instructions for playing. It will afford lots of fun, and will show how to shop in Richmond and save money. . . See Next Sunday9$ Times-Dispatch GET FINAL LOOK: AI BUFFALO BILL] j Veteran Showman in Richmond To-Day to Quit Ring for All Time. (Jiving absolutely his last public per? formance In the saddle, Colonel Wllllair I". Cody, known the world over ;ij Buffalo Hill, will close lilt: season lit Klchbiond to-night. ID wlil l" srcit i twlco to-day. matinees and night, and then he will quit the rini; for ull time There will be no ?trect parade. I?ng before the last tent Is down the performers will be scattering In all ! directions. A special truln consisting of eight ears will leave the city early to-morrow morning for New York, and then special cars, attached to legul.-u train.'. Will leuvc for the West. One car will go through direct to San Fran? cisco, with the Japanese aboard; others will take the Indians back to North Dakota, and others still will take the cowboys to tile plains again. There may be Wild Wesi shows hereafter, but none will have Buffalo Bill at the. helm. This Buffalo Bill-Pawnee Ulli a^irro Kation, uniting the Far West und the Far Eust, Is truly a remarkable bunch of men, women, Indians and horses There will be many pathetic moments lo-nlght when Colonel Cody says g(?od by to those who huvc worked and traveled and performed with him fot years, but the old man Is ready to quit und he cannot be induced to extend his activities over another season. Kcuily a ills Performance, ThlB afternoon t'oienel Cody will assemble his forces, and the perform? ance given will be an exact counterpart of that given at Madison Square liar den for" three weeks, where thousands' of people were turned away. The exhibition this year Is a strik? ing assemblage of the horsemen from I all purts of the world, and us far as is possible Indicates the habits ot the red men and the cowboys of the Wild j West. In conjunction with Pawnee Bill, Colonel Cody has included a i troupe of Ttusslan dancers, Slngaleae, i Dahomeyians and representatives from I every clime in tho Far East, which ! makes the program far more lnter.es.t | ing and entertaining than it has ever j been before In tho history of the or? ganization. Promptly at 3 this afternoon and again at S this evening, group after group will gather toward the front, and the entire arena will be filled with horsemen. Thoy will gallop out into the sawdust space in front of the mam? moth scenic background reprosent'ng a Western landscape. Colonel Cody, mounted on his white Arabian horse and wearing the buckskin coat and sombrero of long ago, will dash Into the arena and take his place ut the head of the aggregation for the last time. After he has Introduced the "Congress of the Bough Biders of the World" the exhibition will commence, and from then on there will not b? an idle moment for three hours. Tho pony express, illustrating how the mulls were carried In tho early days, using a relay of horses to speed across the country, is the first act. An artillery drill, participated In by vet? erans of the United States Army. Is tho next fonturo, followed by a buffalo hunt. In which Colonel Cody partici? pates, and Introducing one of the few herds of buVfalos left In the United States. With the Mexican troupe some of the llnest lasso throwers tho world Has ever known, catching horses by any of their four teet or even oy the tall. When U comes to horseman? ship, there Is nothing that surpasses or et>en equals the act of Bay Thomp? son, on Joe Bailey, and Mrs. Thomp? son, on Irma G., a horse which she rides without a bridle. Rhoda Royal | also has a number of high school horses ?in fact, the largest aggregation known. From the Far East. Now comes tho Far <East- In this part of the exhibition are people gath erod from all parts ' of the world? Russian dancers, Siamese fire-enters Japanese Jugglers .and balancers, Ara? bian tumblers, Nubians and Bedouins and Bossi's elephants, with four prot ty young girls, who make tho hugh pachyderms go through all sorts of no? tions, and finally, play brass musical In? struments, conclude this act of the program. To sec women turning hand? springs on the backs of elephants? ?well, you have got to see the show to realize. Its Importance. The old Peadwood coach will be pur sued by Indians and rescued from their depredations, Devlin's Zouaves, a squad of mllltlamon who work with maohlnc llko precision and scale a wall with lightning rapidity, are ulso a part of the show. American, frontiersmen will never forget the* battle of Summit Springs That Is the next part of the pro? gram, and In It Colonel Cody plays a most Interesting part, ho being the scout who led General Carr through ih< battle. In reality, many years ago. The >;reat musical ride, under the direction of Johnnie Maker, Including all the Important nations and the Red i'i ris's Society, Is ft sight to be remem? bered. With the cbwbodj band playing "A?ld Lang Syne," the entire company will again gather In the arena for n final salute, and Colonel Cody, ,10 he bows from the arena, will say goofl by forever. It Is the best show the "Two Bills" have ever produced, and It will never be hoch here ugaln In its present completeness. I - TO WHO INTO S?ITHPOHT. laurel HcBtoover Victor C. llccurds Picked I'p by Revenue Cutter. Wilmington, N. C? October 31.?Re? turning to-day from a cruise in search of the unknown schooner reported Sat? urday abandoned fifteen miles south? east of Frying Pun Lightship, the revenue cutler Seminole, Captain Ber 1 ry, towed Into Southport, the Laurel (Del.) schooner Victor C. Records, Captain Louis, Charleston. S. C, to New. York, which was picked up par I ttally waterlogged and with loss of part of deck load of lumber Monday about twenty-live miles west-north? west of Lookout- The vessel has about five feet of water in her hold, and will repair here before proceeding North. The cutter will steam to sou again to-morrow In further search of the derelict reported Saturday. WOMAN THROWN FllOM THAI'. .Mrs. Brooke Bmple t-nd Mrs. .1. 1>. Mund? Victims of SerloBH Accident. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.J Wilmington, N. C, October 31.?Mrs. Brooke G. Kmple and Mrs. J. Dickson Munds, prominent society women of this city, were the victims of a seri? ous and what came near being a fatal accident to-day. While out riding they were thrown from a wicker trap, and each sustained severe Injuries. Mrs. Kmple was not only badly bruised, but her child was badly cut, necessitating sewing up a large wound. Parisian Sage Guaranteed for Dandruff, Fall? ing Hair, Scalp Itch and to Make Dull, Faded Hair Radiant. Mrs. Ella Gilrhrist, \V. Pitt Street, ?d, fa., writes this interesting let? ter. ..oad it: " In the spring of 1910 I was recover? ing from a severe case of erysipelas, which left me vir? tually bald on the front of my head and near my ears. The hair kept coming out rapidly, and nothing I used stopped my getting entirely bald Until I used two hoi ties of PARIS1 A N SAGE, This tonic made my hair start to gtowing, antl, in fact, grew me a good, fair amount of hair, and ii li is entirely stopped my hair falling out. It is with pleasure 1l1.it 1 give a public recommend to PARISIAN SAGE, whii .1 1 know is a wonder and in a class alone." PARISIAN SAGE is the finest hair dressing on earth for men, women and children. Once used in a family, its benefits are so pronounced that it be? comes a necessity. It never fail/ because it is a formula based on scientific principles, Large bot? tle 50 rents at Tragic Co.'s and druggists every tvhi" 0. BEST I News of South Richmond South Richmond Hur- au, Tho Tlmes-Dltpatch. 10VO Hull .Street, Phono Madison 175. Requiring only about fifteen minutes tn which to reach Its declBlon, tho jury tn tho tJ.Oeo damage suit of J. B. Westtnghousa against the Virginia Hallway and Powot Company, which occupied the attention ot .lodge E. II. Veils, of the Hustings Court, Part 2, tor the past two days, brought In a verdict yesterday lu favor of the de? fendant. WestlnghouM uns suing for In? juries sustained while In tbo employ of tho company. The declaration contained two counts, one alleging coercion and the other unskilful trc-atmeiit by the company's sur? geon. This later count was dismissed for lack of evidence and tho court Instructed tho Jury that "threatn would not relievo the nialntlfl from exorcising due caution" In reference to tho first count. Tho case was hotly contested for thu defendant by Attorneys Thomas P. Bryan and Willis Pulllarn, who relied on tho fellow-servant doctrine and contributory negligence un a defense. William L.. Hoyall and George E. 1'ltrhugh appeared (or tho plaintiff. Love of Finery. Love of finery, which was beyond tho lim? its of her purse, caused tho downfall of t.lscle Itass. a dusky damsel, who was re? lieved of $10 by Justice Maurice In tho Po llco Court, Fart I. where she appeared yes? terday on a charge of stealing clothln|, valued at flO.fO. from Mrs. C. II. Betts, l.lztle caused the police many days ot weary search before she was apprehended. No other cases were beard. property Transfer. Clerk Walter K. Du Val, of the Hustings Court. Part ?, yesterday, recorded a deed of bargain und sale, whereby MatUo P. Mann transfers her title la a parcel of bind and the dwelling thereon, known as 5?13 Everett Street, to Allen Pettlgtew for tlO and valuable considerations. The prop? erty Is described as fronting thirty feet on the north line of Everett Street between Twenty-second and Twenty-third, and run? ning back between parallel linos 156 feel. Suit for Damages. At tho resumption of the Hustings Court. Hart 3, to-morrow the suit of tho Ohio I Laundry and Machinery Company attains! Allen und Hutchison will be heard. This U a suit brought In nssumpslt by tho plain? tiffs to recover damages amounting to H.lXO, which resulted from an alleged breach of contract, to purchase somo laundry equip? ment, entered Into by the defendants, who were trading under tho firm name of the Model Steam Laundry Company. The pres? ent hearing will bo the third the case hos bocn ullowed In this court, the Jury falling to agree each time. Strong Man Arrested. On a ehnrge. of being drunk, raising a disturbance and resisting arrest, Boverly Toddy, a burly white man, giving his oc I cupatlon as a fireman and home as North Carolina, wns locked up in the Third Police I Station to uwalt trial this morning. The i arrest was mnde by Officer Uuggln. him I (elf a powerful man. Finding the prisoner j too much of a burden he called for assist? ance from a passerby named Grant Jack? son Byrd. The prisoner continued to re? sist, and It was all the two could do to get him under control. In the scrimmage Byrd emerged with a badly barked shin, a result of a well-aimed kink. Boys to Entertain. An entertainment will be given Friday night In the Sundny-school room of tho Balnbrldge Street Church by the boys of the class taught by Otis Hlnnant. The boys have promised to pay for tho new an? nex, ond are raising the monoy In this way. The Richmond College Glee Club Quartet will bo the chief attraction, and there will be readings, recitations and vocal and Instrumental selections. Fuurral This Afternoon. The funeral of Aur. bus S. Fureron, sr. old-time resident of the Southslde. who died at his home. W North Davis Avenue, Richmond, Monday, after an illness of a few days, will bu hold from the home this afternoon st I o'clock. Hev. Ben Dennis CHARTERS ISSUED Golsan & Nash, Incorporated. Rich? mond, real estate business. Capital: Maximum, $50,u00; minimum, $24,000. Incorporators: it. Dogan Golsan, presi? dent; J. Hope Nnsh. vice-president; Win. Todd, secretary und treasurer?ull ot Richmond. Commonwealth Heating and Con? tracting Company. Incorporated. Rich? mond; steam ..outing business. Capi? tal: Maximum, $10,000; minimum, $1, j 000. Incorporatoru: Jay W. Start, pres? ident; Charles F. Campbell, vice-presi? dent; Hurry C. Glenn, secretary und treasurer?all of Richmond. The Martha Washington Tea Rooms of America, Incorporated. Norfolk, Va.; operate a lunch counter and restaurant. Capital: Maximum. $10,ihi0. minimum. $1,000. Incorporatora: S. M. Wood, president; J. Frank Fox, Vice-president; Fred A. Rochester, secretary and treas? urer?all of Baltimore. Md, ? George W. Taylor & Co., Incorpor? ated. Norftdk, Va.; coal and wood bus? iness. Capital: Maximum, $100,000; minimum, $10,000. Incorporators: W. ] H. Taylor, president; P. M. Prescott, \ Jr., vice-president; Geo. D, Taylor, sec- i retaVy?nil of Norfolk, Va. An amendment was issued to the! charter of tho Ixjesburg Telephone Company, I^esburg. Va., Increasing Its maximum capital from $10,000 to $2;i. 000. Reliable Hair Store, Incorporated. Richmond; buying and selling hair. Capital; Maximum, $10.000: mlniirium. I $1,000. Incorporators; W. Henry Gates, president: A. M. Gales, vice-president. G. Buskey, secretary und treasurer ? all of Ulcbinond... will officiate. The interment ?III Ii? mine, in Maury Cometory. Mr. Kurt-roil, wlio wan suvunty-fl'u yuttlH of nsf, 1? (he bint member of one of th.i oldest famine* of tit,- Bouthsluc: For many yesra ho taught school In Faucntler count>s but gave up hin profession und moved back t? tho city. He Is survived by u wife and on<s eon. Johnson Mathews. t A very qulot marring.-, waa performed j Monday uinht by R?v. j. t. Haley, when Miss Ora Matthews became tii. wife of 1 Charles Johnson. The young e.ouplu Wore strangers, claiming Richmond us thcii I home. j Children Cry *0R FLETCHER'S ! C A S T O R I A No one /feature in the construction jj a house is so unsatisfactory as cheas Plumbing. The modern high-grade Plumbing is a source of comfort, pleasure and health to the entire household. McGraw-Yarbrough Co. 122 S. Eighth St., - Richmond, V?. Out-of-town orders shipped Quickly. Pure Silk Silk Lisle Lisle 50c, $1 pr. 50c pr. 25c, 35c pr. WE SELL HOSIERY GUARANTEED. REINACH, 107 E. Broad Street. MILLER'S No. 4 Mouth Wash Has No Equal. Antiseptic. Purifies. Cleanses. .Makes gums hard anil healthy. A delightful mouth wash. T. A. MILLER CO., Druggists, 519 E. Broad. Mad. 3109. Hourly Deliveries. 25 Per Cent. Cash Discount Sale Now On at Hopkins Furniture Co., 7 and 9 West. Broad St. Do you need a new Stove? Let" us show you some at special prices. B. Samuel's STITCH DOWNS ON SALE AT ALBERT STEIN'S 5th and Broad SPECIAL SALE OF Blankets and Comforts Sutherland & Cherry, Inc. HO East Broad Street.