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[Special to Tho Tlmos-Dlspatch.J
Charlottosvlllo, Va., January 10.?
During thc course of the regular train?
ing In tljo Fayorweather gymnasium
this afternoon Trainer Lannlgun an?
nounced to his squad of tracH men that
providing he could get onough men in
alinpe he would send a relay team to
Hoston on February 10 to take part in
a triangular race betweon Virginia.
Harvard nnd Yalo. If this le dene
Virginia will bo represented In throo
Indoor relay races on that evening, for
in addition teams will be sent to Wash?
ington to meet Washington and Leo In
,i mile relay and North Carolina In a
iwo.tnlle relay race. This will moan
that "Pop" must have eight quartcr
.nlle men whom he can count upon
vith reasonable certainty, for tho pop?
ular trainer will not send a team that
he does not expect to win or one. that
will not hnve a reasonable, chance to I
ili. :-o. How Lannigan will make his.
t lections for this number of quarter
und half-rollers and yet leave other
men for the sprints and other events |
In tho Washington meet gives rise to j
Much speculation among the athletes. '
The team going to Washington will I
number possibly eighteen or twenty, |
lind with the four in Boston this will
open a number of places for the prom- |
j^inp runners, some of them compar?
atively new men.
(.':' last year's relay team, Boyle,
Jierkeley arid Wallersteln are missing,'
nr.d their places will havo to be tilled .
i?y new men. Captain Todd has been |
but every afternoon that tho weather
permitted, and win hold his old posl- ,
lion cn lb.) relay. Cook's work all!
year has? been of a high order, and he
will probably land a place. Le-wis and
Frlgps. are showing up very well and ,
will make a hard try for positions. ,
Boyle's resignation from college was'
ri bid blow, as it deprived the team
'Ford Motor Cars
" ^ on sec them wherever you go tlicv
go wherever you sec them."
FORD AUTO CO.. 1629 W. Broad St.
of the services of one of Its best quar
Virginia's schedule for the Indoor
season is as follows:
George Washington meet. February
10?Relay between Virginia. Washing?
ton and Lee and North Carolina; John.?
Hopkins indoor meet, February 1"?
relay raco with Hopkins and other
teams not decided on at present; Rleh
, mond meet?rolay race with Cornell.
[February 24: Georgetown meet. March
j 2?relay race with Georgetown.
[Special to T,he Times-Dispatch.]
Chnrlotte.ivillc, Va.. January 10.?T.
C. Carter, captain of the Virginia
bastball team, who returned to college
this week, after being absent the
whole of tho first term, expresses much
satisfaction over the basebull pros?
pects, lie swells tho list of available
"V" men to nine, "Tutc" Ifumo, last
year's. caplHln, not being eligible on
account of the four-yeat rulo. It la
understood that Umpire RI gl er will
bo selected to conch the tenm, al?
though he has not been formally cho?
sen for tho place.
Practice will start Indoors tho first
of next month, and it Is the intention
of Captain Carter to try out all the
new men then, so that they will be in
good t?hapn by tho time the season
Among the new men in college who
are expected to make a good light for
regular berths arc Carter, from Uw
rencevllle; Gooch and Wnlters, whllo
McMnrriea will try for an outfield po?
sition. The complete baseball schedule
will be announced In n few day.-.
Leads All in Times-Dispatch Elimination Bawl?
ing Tournament With 896 Pins to His _reait.
Bryant \\ ins Alley Priza?Real btars
Beg* in 'J o-Nigat.
.11 Icy -No. '_??Gnllncber, Sweeney,
Ciloxt'i O'Brien, Kennedy.
Alley >'<>? II?HUI?, Handler. Url?fe?,
J'urilic. Kolbe,
Alley ><?. I?SplBIng, A. Sntherll",
t\ llllaoiii, Thorpe. UlUcy.
Alley \o. :??>lor?lu. Van Amnu. .1.
Jl. IJiirr??. Heek. 0. Sutterllk.
Chapln, a member of the Richmond
Howling Association, has won the
honor of putting n;> the Urft real score
thus far registered in the opening
i i l l .,: The Tlmes>Plspntch JSllinlria- j
tioh Howling Tournament, when hfe
gathered ?!>t? at the Palaos Alley, lust
?ilSfiit. Ho gave a pretty exhibition.
' ? In-' steady at all timer, and using u
crosq-flre which counted. He had goon
i mtrol of the ball, and time und again
brought th'.- gallery to Its foet by mak?
ing spares which, to a i?ss experienced
player, would have been impossible.
Chaplti deserves a world of credit
On new alleys, and with balls with
v. :.ich he |g unfamiliar, ho totaled
? n ? pl:;s :o make, jure that he will
he otis of the contenders in the. ftnal
riftmds, Bryant, though sixty-three
jilns behind the high man, managed to
pet away with the cash prize offered
?>>? the alley. Holling unsteadily at
first, with a corner alley ball which
?? tally counts for him. he worked up
i bhi a measly l?l in his opening gam*
to 2}(> |n the last game, after he ha<j
shifted ii a straight r.ttack. taking
the middle path and leaving the cor?
Most of the youngsters suffered from
luge fright and stayed away from tho
alleys. They Wd'thft gome no good.
. nd by shdv-ti'c- " the white feather
practically admitted that they were
afraid to take a chance. Certain it
that they could have lost none of
their prestlp- by tailing their placos
ufler they had entered. It could have
been far bolter, Iron) their standpoint,
.hud they never signed an entry blank .
tuylng that they would contest. Just'
. i>. out ot" thc twenty scheduled were
on the alley.-. These six did good
work, and not a single scoro is ono
to be ashamed ot.
The trouble with the beginners up
to tho present time has been tbeir en?
tire disregard of the foul line. Tho
scores, therefore, do not indicate just
what these boys oan do. Kor Instance,
for the benefit of the laymen. It should
bo stated that to cross thc foul line
means tho loss of the plus which arc
made on that ball. Thus some of the
low .scores aro low scotch only by de?
fault. Another year and all of this
will be changed. The. youngsters will
have gained experience. Until this
tournament practically none of them
had ever been required to strictly ad- j
here to the foul line rule.
To-night will bo the big night thua
far. All of the stars of the Richmond
Bow ling Association are scheduled to \
show what they can do. Most -of theso
men are familiar with tournament
rules and will therefore not bo handi?
capped. The tost will come purely
on nerve. Practically all of the men
are of equal r.blltty. Some may suffer
from cavinR kneei; or from mental dlS
; turbances, but, for the most part, they
j aro veterans. Look ovor the list of
I entries printed at the beginning of
1 this story and pick your favorlto.
I Tho scores or the frames lust night
i follows:
1 2 T. 4 I Total.
; Anderson. 140 121 1SB 171 164 752
; Lingo. 101 IOC 155 12S 122 C!>2
1 Sheriff.'. 133 17i. 167 18R 1S2 7!>C.
Bryant..'. 134 ir,s 137 145 249 ?31
Ohapln . 20? 146 198 158 190 S8C
Sims. 76 101 108 14? 127 554
[Special to Tlit- Times-Dispatch.] i
Alexandria, Va.. January lt>.?Accord- |
i-igr to a ruling of Judge Edmund Wad- j
dill, of thai United States Court for tr.e j
ICastom District of Virginia, this after- i
noon, William H. Thorpe will havo to j
no back to the District of Columbia to
answer a charge of non-support pre?
ferred by his wtfe. Margaret .1. Thorpe.
'1'hls step was taken by the Judge after
.'.rf-urrents had been made In the case.
Thorpe was arrested tn Alexandria
?'?n a United Slates warrant brought
over by a deputy marshal. Through
Attorney & C. I> Moncur* he at once
-ued out a writ of habeas corpus,
Which wag hoard before Judge L. C.
Barley Ir. the Corporation Court. The
;udge of that court declared that
Thorre was Illegally detained, and at
once re!oeafc<3 hltn from custody. The
nest dey the govirnmant lBsued a eec
< nri warrant for his arrest, after which
Thorpe'o attorneys turrendertd him.
The C3se Is a rather peculiar one, In?
fi <much as Thorpe, prior to the action
on the part of Margaret S. Thorpe, ob
? lined a divorce from her. The divorce.
was granted by tho Circuit Court for j
Alexandria county. In the meantlmo |
Mrs. Thorpe Instituted divorce, proceed- I
ings In Washington. His failure to de- j
fond the action resulted In the court I
awarding hor alimony. Thorpe's al? '
leged failure to pay the alimony result?
ed in a warrant being sworn out charg?
ing him with non-support. The matter
will tiow be fought out in the courts
of tho District of Columbia,
j The divorce obtained by Thorpe was
by order of publication, that being the
law of the State where the defendant
la a r.on-resldont. Mrs. Thorpe at tho
time, It Is said, was a resident of the
District of Columbia.
Judge Kulton Indorsed.
[Special to The Tlmcs-Dlspatch.l
Dig Stone Gap, Va? January 10.?A
meeting of the Wise County Har As?
sociation was held at Wise on yester?
day, ot which meeting a resolution was
passed Indorsing Judge E. M. Fulton,
of Wise, as a candidate for the Su?
preme Court of Appenls to succeed
Judge John A. Buchanan.
The combination 'of healthful vegetable ingredients of which S. S. S. i9
composed, makes it an especially desirable and effective remedy in the treat?
ment of sores and ulcers of every kind. Since an impure condition of the
blood is responsible for the trouble, a medicine that can purify the blood is
the only hope of a successful cure; and it should be a medicine that not only
? leanses the circulation, but one that at the same time restores the blood to
its normal, rich, nutritive condition. S. S. S, 13 lust such a remedy. It is
made entirely of healing, cleansing vegetable properties, extracted from na?
ture's roots, herbs ana barks of the forest and fields. It has long been
recognized as the greatest of all blood purifiers, possessing the qualities
necessary to remove every impurity in the blood. When 8. S. S. has purified
the circulation, and strengthened and enriched it, sores and ulcers heal read?
ily and surely, because they are no longer fed and kept open by a continual
d iscbarge into thenj of irritating disease-laden matter from the blood. S. S, S.
1-rinKS about a healthy condition of the flesh by {supplying it with rich,
nourishing blood and makes a permanent and lasting cure. Book on Sores
and Ulcers snd any medical advice mailed free to all who write.
Virginia State Horticultural So?
ciety Now in Session at
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.1
Harrlsonhurg, Va., January 10.?The
Virgin la Stato Kortloultural .Society
opened its sixteenth annual convention 1
j here to-day. Fpur thousand people '
I visit.M Exhibition Hall, and heard1
scientific addresses and lectures at the
City Hall. The exhibits surpass ex- i
pectatlons, although tho fruit crop ws?
shortened by drought. Applies, by?
products of apples, sprayers a.nd or?
chard implements, medicinal solutions
and powders make up a marvelous cx
hlbtt. Secretary Whatelcy announced
thnt the membership had passed the
thousand mark. An exhibit from
the Blacka-burnr Experimental Station
Is a feature.
Secretary Whatoloy's annual report
ef 2,000 words was inspiring. Tic em
phasizcs tits educational advantage of
giving packing and spraying demon?
strations throughout the year, and told
how -newspaper aid and printed pam?
phlets had enlarged the market and
brought many newcomers to Virginia. :
He quoted Senator Keesell ns saying
that no appropriation by this lieglsln- '
ture hud done more rood than that to |
the horticultural societies,
Mr tyhateley says the Legislatur?
may expect another visit t'.its winter.
When It will bo petitioned to enact a j
Wxtter rrc*p 7,est and nuTsory law.
The Journal and Newport teams of
the Richmond Rowling Association met
In their regular scheduled contest at
the Newport last night. A pretty ex?
hibition of nip and tuck bowling was
witnessed in the second came, but u
very unfortunate happening to tlto
last man up for the NewportS in the
last frame caused them to lose by th:
narrow margin of two pins. However,
they won the third by a good margin.
Captain Smith was high score?222?
also high total?556?with Van Dien j
second high score, 205. for the New-'
ports. MoFarland wan high score, 203 j
also high total, 5S5, for the Journals.'
The score:
1 ;' :t Total?.
Harrow. Oapt.17," 11? 152 47s
O. Stttherlln . 140 151 U.S ir.s
Van Aman. 1 SO 19.1 16C .MS
Fitzgerald . 201 163 163 527
McFarland . IDS 100 202 585
Totals . 000 SIC S41 2.596
1 2 3 Totals
Smith, Capt.2.12 lit ISO r>56
Van Dten . 127 198 . 205 53?
Overman . 100 13fi 102 MS
Hutchinson . 147 177 1 74 ?9S
Schmitz . 140 IS? 170
Totals . S45 S14 !>21
To-night at 8:30 Cook Printing
pany vs. Times-Dispatch.
*>tnndlog of Clubs.
Alcos. 20
Remington . IS
Virginians . IS
Times-Dtspatch . 13
Journal . 14
News Leader . 14
Cook Printing Co. 10
Newport . 7
Uugplplnir nnd Dancing.
The veraatailty of the "Kilties" pro- I
gram It greatly ondanced toy the f.'
Ilious troupe of bagpipcrb and dancers
from Dundee, Scotland, and they are
the smartest dressed. most expert
Scotch dancers In the world, appear?
ing in tii. scotch reel, Highland lllhg,
sword dance, sailor's hornpipe, shcan
trews und bagpipe Solo playing.
This celebrated trnupu has created
it furore In the foremost cities of thn
world, and nre recognized us the high?
est salaried International feature now
on tour. They have- been especially re- ,
engaged for this trans-continental
The "Kilties" will appecr at the
Academy to-morrow matinee and night.
Imperial Ruiininn llullct.
Blase theatre-goers and studious
music lovers and people Interested In
art all find their interest for tho com?
ing week centred in the approaching
brief engagement of the All-Star Im?
perial Russian Ballet In "ocular
operas" nnd divertissements. This com?
pany af famous dancers from the Im?
perial opera houses of St. Petersburg
and Moscow is the most extensive ever
given leave of absence from Russia,
anrl comprises more stars than were
ever seen together on even those
stages, except at "gala" performance.
Mr. Vlltorlo Poddsti, of the Metro- |
pol I tan Opera Company, directs the
big symphony orchestra with the Im?
perial Russian Ballet, and It Is by
special arrangement with the direc?
tors of New York's temple of music
that Impresario Max Rablnoff was
enabled to send the Russian butter?
flies to the Academy Monday night.
Seat? now selling.
1 I'ilie Camp Hospital Concert,
David Rlspham. the groat baritone,
i who slne;s here on January ..Ith for
] the benefit of Pine rtamp Hospital, Is
' one of the most universally admired
artists of the present time. He Is
1 more than a mere singer. He infuses
' Into his songs that wonderful art Of
: the actor with which he Is so re?
markably endowed. In hearing him
I und peeing hint the audience seems ae.
I tually to witness the characters whose
I emotions his marvelous art portrays,
j There is no question in the minds
of those, familiar with ills attainments
' that there Is no singer in America or
' Europe caparole of such variety of
! work In concert, oratorio or opera as
Miss Edna Dunham, a Rlohmond
1 girl, who has achieved much success
? abroad ns well ns at home, will ap?
pear Jointly with Mr. Rlspham in the
I concert here. Her soprano voice (H of
n truly beautllul quality and wide
scope; her enunciation Is well-nigh
perfect, while u pleasing personality
adds much to the charm or her sing?
ing. Her work Is greatly admired by
B host of friends In this city, and her
appearance In this concert for ihe
benefit of a most worthy charity will
be most cordially appreciated.
R. & C. n. It. Appointments.
The following appointments have
I lust been announced In Norfolk by
[Charles R. Cappo, vice-president of th.
I Raleigh and Charleston Railroad Corn
12. D. Kyle, freight traffic manager;
O. Be Ryan, general passenger agent
R. I. Cheat hum. assistant fn.leht traf?
fic manager: L. K. Chalonor. general
freight agent, and O. S. Rains assist?
ant general freight agent.
Directors Hlectcd.
Pcteriburr. va. January 1ft?The annual
meetir.g ?f trie stockholders pf . th? Amer?
ican itssk and Trust (?nniTtr,rrr v,?
held thts ftvcnbitf. ami the following dir-? ?
lore elected: II S SmVard. Tt. (J, buiisfor.l
Charles Lunsford, Krivard KUenbriiii \v it
Mellwalne, H. i\ Mum, \v. w. Warren pi ?
Roper, W. J. Rnhily, \v. E Poole, .1 \\<
T.onif. J. B. Perklnsnn. <i. C. Wright iraac
Col,en *r.d Dr. William Pitcher. Tb. dij-i,.-.
te?? will n!oc! ofTtc?r?, U> morrn*
Old Quaker whisky
Has this indisputable claim on your patronage?it i5 belter
R. L. Christian & Co., Distributors Richmond, Va.
C. K. ?Williams, president of tho Vir?
ginia Leugne,' was In Itlclunohd y?s
tcrday, but not for the purpose of il's
cussing baseball. lie came on n purely
private matter, but Virginia League
alt a Ira uro so close to him that he
couldn't iiulte get away from some
talk, especially In view of the proposed
Invasion of the. so-culled outlaw.--.
"The Virginia League will exist and
wll) give good baseball during 1012.'
lie said, ?'und I hope for many years to
come. We can't keep the proposed
league out of Richmond, but wo can
do the next best thing, and light the
organization with its own weapon?
good baseball. Our players will be
protected, and we will vro along, bid
dine; lor public favor und public patron?
age upon u merit basis."
"How about the meeting of tho Vir?
ginia League next .Monday? Is there
anything new?" was asked.
"Just now there is nothing new. so
far as 1 know. Each of the clubs will
bo represented. Norfolk's now o\\Tie:
will bo on hand, and Charlie Shaffer
win also be. on hand. A vast amount ol
business Is to be transacted. With
everything settled, everybody can got
to work for a prosperous season. To
me It looks like a big year for tho Vir
glnln League and tor baseball through
out the country." That was all Mr.
Williams had to say.
Just as wub expected, the tole.gratn
received by The Times-Dispatch In an.
?wer to an Inquiry from Dr. McCrary.
the new owner of the Norfolk club, aus
aroused a world of comment through?
out the State. Dr. McCrary, when
asked by this paper as to whother or
not he would support Williams for
president, answered that he would vote
for the best interests of the Norfolk
club nnd tho Virginia League. It Is
presumed that he meant Just what he
said. Now some of the more ambttlouti
among the scribblers are trying to
show tho new magnate just what he
should consider the best Interests of
Norfolk and tho Virginia League. It
may make good copy, but Dr. McCrary
probably has his own ideas, nnd unless
all signs fall, the vote will be three
nnd three when the vote on a president
Is taken.
Over in the camp of the United States
League things were humming all day
long. Lawyers were busy In getting
the articles of Incorporation In shape
to be presented to tho Corporation
Commission. Latij in the day every?
thing was completed and an application
for a charter made. Tho new corpo?
ration will he known as the ""Baseball
Corporation o( Hlchmond." Its officers
will be Ernest C. Landgraf, president
and genera) manager; Leltoy E. Brown,
vice.president; Jacob G. Lazarus, sec?
retary and treasurer. These officers,
with Dnndrldgc Spotswood, of Peters- |
burg, and F. B. Snyder, form the board
of directors. The maximum capital
stock will be $50,000, divided Into
shares of J10 each. The charter ap?
pears liberal enough and allows ?he in
corporalora to conduct on nthletlc park
for all manner of games, including
baseball, an,! to charge admission to
such games.
Just as soon as the articles of incor?
poration were completed Secretary Laz?
arus got busy with contractors and
asked for bids for constructing tiie
plant. Every detail will bo looked af?
ter, according to the secretary. There
will be comfort"; for the patrons never
before enjoyed at a local ball park.
Parking facilities for automobiles will
be provided. Boxes will be installed
in tho grandstand, and n private box
will be ke.pt for the Governor nnd mem?
bers of the executive household. A box
will also be set aside for the Mayor.
In other words, everything will be
done In big league style.
Ernest C. Landgraf left this morning
for Washln:;on and the North. Ho 18
%?sc/?tJ@'& Built to
' ^as**** Serve
Highest Prce and Best
W. C. SMITH & CO..
N. 314-Ffth. Viineand M-.iln
For :iO Vi'iin the House of ?tuallt >.
Straus, Gunst & Co.,
Ulntillcrn und Blendern of
Flur Whiskey?.
Drink Old Henry
Its Long Itecoril Proves Its Merit.
The ..uver who knows the different
automobiles will own a
Wm*Jones Motor
lar lo.
Did Broad Street
"Dead Storage"
i a
_313 W. Main Street.
starting on a foruging expedition for!
Player?. "Let 'om nil worry about |
where we aru going to get iilayors,Y j
was his purling shot. "Von don't sc.; .
any gruy hair a in my head. I'm not |
worrying, indeed, I've got my teanii
already linud lip, and it's a winner. |
Hall players arc us thick us gooseher- i
lies. All you've got to do Is to pay j
the price. We'll have players enough, ?
never worry about that."
Nothing new from Camp Orltnn. |
' Steve seems to have. reached the t
j furthest .North point, where provisions
l are slack. However, he has progressed j
I rather well In lining up his team. Just \
j one. department Is lacking, anil that ts i
I being recruited slowly but surely, says I
Steve. He admits that he needs p'lcb- 1
crs. but says that ho Is going to got
them, and got thorn good.
Joe Honncgoi*, last year with tba
defunct Tidewater. l/>nituo us an um?
pire, will work In tho Now York State
League next season. A letter from J.
H. Farrell was shown tho writer to?
day, j in which he announces that he
will give Joe a chance. Honneger can
be a good umpire and then lie cun 1)0
tho other kind. It depends on his con?
Fred W'estervelt. umpire pur excel?
lence, right-hand bower of Ban John?
son, has expressed the hope thut some
day he may be able t? return to this
good town and make nls home. Though
a great. t>|g. husky boy, Fred Is much
of it home) over, and ?fter having
looke,| 'em all over lie votes Illuhmoild
tho best. ever. Which proves that Fred
Is something of u lodge of places as
well us hulls and strikes. <;ot 10 hand
Ii to him, he ?uro can call "em right.
The snow has kept lllchmoitd Col?
lege's IracH squad from doing any real
work, (hough the hoys liuve been put
through conditioning exercises In the
gymnasium; l.euve it to Lurry Martin
to keep thut crowd hustling as they
never hustled before, and w.atch u real
track team develop.
Mike Donaldson and George Herbert
are working hard to make tholr first
meet under'the auspices of the fitch
iliond Athletic Club a big success. _A
couple of Imported youngsters will don
the gloves and mix H In real style Bt -
sides, some- local talent of an excep?
tionally high order litis been unearthed,
and will dance a few slept) for the
benefit of the members. Again, it
might be well to repeat that the ex?
hibition will be for members only. Bet?
ter Join now.
Jack Johuson'H press agent, who?
ever he may.lbe, Is worth his weight in
gold. He keeps- the black fellow. In
the limelight all of the time. Auto
speeding having grown weary through
overwork, the resourceful one makes
.lack stand out conspicuously as the
first of iiis tV,lor to have suffered from
anglonianla IA the worst form. The
result of It all Is that Johnson Is In
no danger of starving to death for
? lulte a while.
News of South Richmond
south Richmond Rtireau.
The Tlmea-Dlspiteb
193) Hull Street.
Phone Madison ITS.
Through :n{ormatter, received by telephono
from Peteraburg Oftlcer Mike Moore yeiter
day mot the < oolock electrlo ear from
Petersburg ?na p'aced I". H Johneon. A. J.
West anil K. C. Adtms. white men, about
twenty y'.an old. under arrest. charred
with beta*- fuijiltivee from Justice, wanted
in Petersburg on a charge of Atoa'lng two
pair of shoes and Jl*> V) from W. A. Brock
[wall, a merchant, doing buslnf?? at lir> Syca?
more Street- The men wura taken to the
Third Police Btatlnn pending the arrival
of Chief of Police Ragland, who. with two
liepmire, farrlnl the men back to Peters?
The men rentrrflay morning. It is alleged,
called Mr. Rrockweii'** store on the tele?
phone and requested that u pair of jhoee
and change for a JM bill br sent to a cer?
tain houee. A boy wen aent with three pair*
of shoes, each retailing at } 3.1ft to the
house, together with tha change. The boy
er, arrival was met at the door by on* of |
the men, who took the ?hoo( ar.d the money
Into the house and closed the door, leaving
the boy r.n the steps. After waiting about
fifteen minutes the boy became lusplclous.
und on Investigation found the hou*e vacant
and. of rouree. the men rc?d dleJippr* red.
I When tin* polier were notified they began
fa search and traced the men to tho point
where, they had embarked for Richmond.
When arrested each had on new ablrta
and sweaters, although their outer gar?
ment* had seen better daye. Adam* and
Weet had on new -boos. They refuted to
talk, but gave their occupation aa baker,
crcok and gentlemen.
Mr. Rroekwell and the colored boy ae
companled the officer to Richmond. Tho
boy poallively Identified the men. and Mr.
BrOCkwatl equally n? positively Identified the
More thsn a score of property ownero
end tenante win be summoned to-day to ap?
pear In Police Court. Part 2. and show]
r.-iuso why they should not pay a. flno of,
j from f? to 110 for falling to comply with an
I ordinance requiring- all snow to be removed
l from paved sidewalk* obuttlng on their
j property or residence.
Acting under Inetructions from headquar
tare, Captnln A. S. Wright yeatcrday do
! tidied two men to Inspect the whole city
j The men did aa Instructed, and as a reauit
i the city coffers will receive a substantial
; Increase.
i A committee, composed of Mr*. h. ii.
Tralnum, Miss Alice nohmer Rudil and Mrs
.1 M. Oregon-, has been appointed by the
'"htMerfleld chapter of the United Daugh?
ters of the Confederacy to organize In Chi j?
terlleld county n camp of Horui of Confede?
rate Veterans. They will begin this work
Mrs. E. Howle-.t Tralnum. registrar of the
I chapter, report* that nineteen crosses of
i honor will be presented Lee's birthday, Jan?
uary IP. The chapter wll! alto, on that day,
be the guests of the Richmond chapter at
I their nnnual tea, and will assist In the pre?
sentation of Croats*.
With more than half of the needed amount
ttready pledged tho citizen*' committee,
which I? eiipsKed In canvnsslng South Rich-1
i mond on behnlf of tho hoy** branch of the j
IYoung Men's Christinn Association, expect
to finish the campaign before 6 o'clock to-'
.night. Tho total amount collacted wai
I let-.'?). T;i|n will aw ill. d. If possible, to
li.itt to-day.
Tlie committee, which is composed of \v.
C. Pallium. J. I?. Jone?. M. A. Campbell.
G. \v. Jewctt, D. K. LaFrade. T. A. Bmoak,
A. A. Adkltil and W. r. Rudd. haa Its
headquarters at Mr. PuUtiim'a office In the
Leader Building. They were tach accompa?
nied yeoterday by a representative fiom the;
Central V. M. C. A.
Quarters for the branch have been socurej
In the Leader Building In the moms form?
er.y used by the Dlxlo Athletic Club. J. C.
Arrol, of the Elghty-alxth Street Branch,
of New York, will have Charit" or the Routh
?ld? boyi. He haa paid several viatta to the
hoya. und !? treu liked by Ihem. One hun?
dred and sixty boy#i are now on the rblU'and
there ar.: Indications of uiany more wanting
to Join.
Cleric Walter E. DuVa: yesterday admltte-:
to record a truatee deed of bargain and
sale, whereby A. L- Adiim^on. truateo. train- '
ferred the property known aa sot Porter
Street to D. I. Hey for a consideration of
K.M. Th'j lot Is on the north line of Por
ter Street, and la MxlCo feet.
In Police Court. Part i. Justice H. A. Mau?
rlee ivrtTda?. heard a lame and Important
civil docket. No criminal caaca were aet for
a nearlng. I
Bnalbe Company No. :3 last night a* ItM'
o'clock responded wltb tbo chemical engine
\ to a atlH alurm from the atore of J. I~ Ab?
bott, Eleventh and Hull Etrecta. Aftor a
hard etruggle through the Ice and enow the
company arrived to time to see a amall boy
tiloiv out a candle which had overturnud
and cauaed the trouble. No damage was
At a rn'i-tlr.g held last nicht In Fraternal i
Hall, the Stonewall Jackson Xct'.k. N'o. 133?,
Fraternal Order of Eagles. Init'al'.ed the fol
lOWjnK officer*; for tho ensuing year: M. K.
Ely. paal worthy president; E. L. Robinson. ?
worthy Pr?sident; A. L. Garrett. worthy
vice-president: Georpe TV.". Blnrieenship, j
secretary; .1. G. Saunilera. treasurer; t". L. '
Pet tit, chaplain: W. S. Williams, conductor;]
A. J. Croatlc. inatde guard; O. C. Ely, out?
ride guard; W. E. Kahn. J. L. Moore a.r.d I
C. J. Yardtey. truateef. |
Following the Installation aevera! sr>*< chca
were made. One by George W, Blankenahlp
on the aucrtae of the aorte was heartily ap?
plauded. Refreshments were served.
! Mrs. J. W. Bronaugh left yesterday for
Norfolk, where she will b? the guest o! her
I sister, Mrs. Braach.
John Sandlfer, who haa been traveling In
the North, has returned home.
Mill Virginia Cave, who has bnen visiting
Miss Marale Titz will return to her home In
Gulnavlllo this morning.
Mrs. B. M. Robinson, who has been visit?
ing he.- daughter in I.ur.cr.burg. haa return?
ed home.
J D. Rudd is very lick at his home on I
Bntnbrldga .Street.
Mrs. Millie George loft yesterday for a
month's tour of Florida polnt?.
Mise L>a!a Mayo Is confined to her homo
with the grip.
Among tho meetings- scheduled for to?
night are Manchester Lodge, No. JV-, B. P.
O. E., at the Elke' Borne, Eleventh and i
Balnbrtdge Streets. ?rtlcc-r? for the ennulr.s
year will bo Installed. Hcndem.m Lodgr.
No. 1(6. I. O. O. F.. Toney's Hall. Eleventh
and Hull Street*: Davli Council, No. Jr. 1
O. U. A. M.. Odd-Kcllowa' Hall. Eighth and j
Hull Streets.
Statement of Ex-PresidentV
Dinner Talk on Presidency
Without Foundation.
Now York, January 10.?"Tho state.)
mcnts that have appeared In certain j
papers arte absolutely without founda- !
tlon In fact,"
Lawrence Al>bott, acting- for Theo- j
dote ltoosfcvelt, who declined to receive
: Interviewer.-, Issued this statement to?
day In repudiation of varying now.'
papier accounts purporting to quote
the colonel on his attitudo toward the.
presidential nomination, ns voiced here
last night at a private dinner.
Mr. Roosevelt will make no state*
I ment or comment of any kind regard?
ing ihe Aldlne Club dinner, which was;
,i purely private club function.
"No representative of the press was '
present, no one took down what Mr. !
Koosovelt said, und 1 am certain that,
no one tittomnled to repiat it for pub-;
lication, because to do so would
been to break faith." said Mr. Abbott.;
"The statements that have appeared
In certain papers aro absolutely with?
out foundation In fact."
Newspaper ?luotes a Guest.
New York. January 10.?The New
York American says to-day:
A guest, at tho dinner of the Aldine
Association, given to Dr. by man Ab- j
bolt, editor, and Colonel lloOSfVClt.
contributing editor of the Outlook, at
the club house on Fifth Avenue, nr-M
a group of Inquisitive reporters at thin
door as he .-"merged from tho snored
precincts of tho dining hall last night.
"The colonel Is Just speaking," he sal.i.
"Vtii is making a great hit with tho
boys. Tfe hnn JuRt said: 'I am not a,
candidate, i>tit if the Job is offered to
me I'll not throw it down.'"
Too dinner giiesl smiled pleasantly
and passed on before the astonished
reporters could catch their breath and
nsj- hl in Iiis nam'e.
Ilcirnrded nit a Hint to Friends.
The Time? mayo;
At a dinner ?rlvhn *sv *he Aldine- tfltah
Inst night In honor of Its members.
Theodore Roosevelt and l.yman P. Ab?
bott, it was reported that In the course
of his speech Mr. Roosevelt said:
"While I am not a candidate for the
presidency, I will nevertheless accept
t:ic nomination If It Is offered to me." i
If Mr. Roosevelt made the declara?
tion attributed to him It was done, It
was suggested, for the sole purpose to
have it dribble out, In order to assure
Ills political friends that they could
continue their efforts for his nomi?
nation without fear that their labors
would be In vnln.
"blur," Sn>s Roosevelt.
The Herald says:
"I am the most misrepresented mm
in America," said Roosevelt.
It was said at the club that the re?
fusal to admit representatives of tnc
press was in compliance with Colone1
Roosevelt's wishes. When he left the
club he was asked If he had said in
his address lie was not a candidate,
but If nominated would run.
"Any mart who came down from the
dinner and quoted mc is a liar.'' ho
snapped, and hurried to his automo?
rSpecial to The Times-Dispatch.]
Suffolk, Va., January 1?.?James Wcs.
ley Chapmnn and Miss Jullfi RJddtck
Phillips, daughter of the Inte Dr. Ed?
ward C. Phillips, were married at the
bride's home at 7 o'clock this evening
by Ho v. J. C. Robertson. The attend?
ants were Mrs. Richard Meli wane, of!
Norfolk, matron of honor: Miss I_,ydr.Tj
Day Ullcy. maid of honor; John 13. Pin-)
ner, best man; Roberta C'orbltt, rliiB I
I Special to The Times-Dispatch.)
Suffolk, Va.. January 10.?Milton O.
Spenc'o und .Miss iolsi Graham ?entott
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse BenloiV.
were married this afternoon by Dr. AV.
\\?. Stalcy. Mins OcnoVleVQ Dallonte.
of Portsmouth, was maid of honor, nnd
John Loe Sponce, also of Portsmouth,
was beet man.
Hoslon. January 10.?Reports circu?
lated early to-day that Rev. Clarence
\'. T. llicheson. who ycstoreluy plcaaea
guilty of 111 u id er und wus sentenced to
death, had suffered a collapse, after
It's uppcuruncu before Judgo Sanderson
arc dented by Dr. Lathrop, who hus
been Rlchesoh's medical attendant.
Richeson, the doctor, said, was In such
good health that ?lie would cease his
! vl^ltH utter to-diii.
John L. L.CC, of Eynchburg, Va.,
counsel of the young clergyman, mudo.
preparations to-duy to leave tor homo.
He will not return here until a potl
tlon for commutation Is heard ?>>'
Clovernor Foils.
Tin formal withdrawal from the
I Baptist ministry of Richeson, with the
removal of the tltlo of "roverond" bo
fore the dato sot for his execution 1?
regarded as probable. Members of
his former parish in Cambridge have
expressed the belief that the con?
demned clergyman will voluntarily
scver his ministerial relations with the
denomination soon.
j An ecclesiastical committee com
j posed of the Baptist clergymen jf
< Boston, Cambridge and vicinity might
be appointed to act, on tho resignation
if presunted or, It is said, such a ooun
Icll could be called to tuko the Initia?
tive and remove Richeson v/lthout any
I action on his part.
[Special to Tho Times-Dispatch.)
Ashlund, Va. January 10.?Miss Bes?
sie French nan concluded her visit to
Mrs. James Co.x and returned to hor
home In Richmond.
j Mrs. Trent Miller and Mies Ix>ul-o
! Miller ore spending tho winter with
Mrs. Ar gyle.
Mr. Judson JonnlngB, of Newark, N.
J.. is visiting his sister, Mrs. J. B.
Hal). o
Mies Nlchole, of Philadelphia, was
tho recent guest of her cousin, Mrs.
Frances Marsh.
Miss Frances SpaldlJig returned
, Tuesday from a visit to Norf olk.
t-". J. Doswell has returned from a
hunting trip In King William county.
Mrs. Bernard Llpsoomb was tho
Kuest on Tuesday of her mother, Mrs,
V.'llllam Jones.
Mrs R- U. Srnlthey Is spending a
few days at tho home of her sister.
Mrs. C. C. Walkor, In Richmond.
Mrs. E. W. Newman proved a de?
lightful hostesg this afternoon when
she entertained the Matlneo Euchre
Card Club. Tho club prize was won by
Miss Anne Doswell and the guonts
prize hy Mrs. Ml M. Baldwin. Those
playing wore: Mesdames B. M. Shep?
herd. F. M. Wright, Jas. Chenery,
Ueorgc Morris, Rutherfoord Fleet, Hill
Carter. Jr.. James Harris. M.' M.
Baldwin. John Addison, J. H. Howl-on.
Jones and J. A. Blaslngame. Misses
Anne Doswell, Carolyn Marsh. Peachy
Fleet and Augusta Mlxon.
Caab Inder Arrest.
T. L. Jacobus, alias Mr. Cash, was
arrested yesterday on a charge of buy?
ing and gelling junk without a license.
The complaint was made by Fred
Hternhelmer. n Junk dealer of th.-s city.
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