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Miller ScRhoads
Immense Importations of
Women's Hosiery
For Spring and Summer
Immense stocks; superior assortments; exceptional
values. QUALITY HOSIERY?the sheerest of lislcs,
th< iftcsi of cotton, the most perfect dyes;
And these prices would be impossible were they
boughi ? ? rwise than DIRECT from the great Hosiery
producing centres of the old world.
Women's Lisle Hose
Yen fine, Ik antifulh i onstrticted Hosiery, in Mack, white and
tan; reinforced soles, heels and toes and O CT _
high spliced heels; per pair. **?JC
Sheer Lisle Hose
A full fashioned, soft, >hccr and liiftrou? Hose of perfect svnv
. ecl s| licinc., reinforced soles, hr?l- and toes. '> IT _
Black, tan and white. three pairs for $1.00. or, per |>aii. . ?.'?JC
Ingrain Lisle Hose
The celebrated full fashioned, white tipped toe and heel: very
hiiex?! lisli. beautiful in make and finish. Black, white and 'IQ^
tail; a riKu!.ir 50c value; special .it. per pair. >//C
Gauze Lisle Hose
Our own importation?splendid quality, fine Gauze I.Mo
Hose?dtcp double top, reinforced soles, heels and toes. Cfj.
In black only?extra sizes at, per pair. *y\'C
Fine Cotton Hose
The popular GOOD-WEARING KINI? for women; a Hose
. :' the best materials, double top, double soles, heels IT
.tiu'. toes. Shown in black, white .md tan, at, per pair... . JLDQ
The GLOVE Store
RICHMOND'S DISTRIBUTORS OF FAMOUS
MAKES OF HANDWEAR.
The demands of our immense patronage makes pos?
sible our large stocks, our perfect ("dove service, to?
gether with our present readiness to supply every want.
FASHION IS LAW?lure?and we respond to it
every whim.
Doeskin Gloves.
1 n White Only.
I 2 I iUtt< pair.S3.00
16-button. pair.S3.50
Chamois Gloves.
In White and Natural.
1-clasp at, pair . . SI.00
12-button at, pair.. S2.25
16-button at. pair...$2.75
Glace Kid Gloves.
In Tan. White and Black.
12-button, [Mir .... S3.00
16-button, pair.$3.50
In White and Black.
20-button, pair.$4.00 | grey, $2.00 | dr.
MEN'S SHIRTS
Inviting attention particularly to our (1*1 CA
splendid new spring line of Negligees at ?p 1 ?DU
Popular Coat-Style Negligee Shirts, with attached
cuff-; of very fine materials ?accurate in fit and work?
manship. Shown in a great assortment of pattern.-.
??New Neckwear 1 Silk Half Hose
Shown in Silk and Knitted Four- I For men of fashion?mI'i: with
in-Hand -n< ? ', lisle double soles, an ex- 'IQ-,
ai.v)UC I cellcnt value at, pair.. J/C
".Writ's Cornrr,"
On Hit Main Flocr.
Sixth iiuri lirihtJ Streels.
Silk Cloves.
Short, double tipped, at
50c, 75c and SI.00
16-button Ann i in
broidercd, in black and
white. SI.50 and S2.00.
10-button Silk Net
Mesh, with embroidered
arms black .md while: pet
pair. $2.50.
16-button T ucked
Silk Gloves, in black,
white, ooneee. tan and
KIT. GRETNA CAMP!
DATE IS CHANGED!
IMoved Up Ten D.iys to Give!
Richmond Militiamen Chance
to Vote.
Orders ISBlicd hy tli u .ir Depart*
jnvnt have changed the 'i.u,. for the
Joint manoeuvre camp to I?; held this
year at Mount Qret.na, 1'a., from July
3;".-24 to July 25-August B, rhis change
from the third to the fourth pert o pi
camp work has been consummated at
the j-et)U<Ht >.f Adjutanl-Oeheral Sale.
Mr.ny of ihn ntciim?hd mllltlnmen.
Member^ of th, First Regiment and
of the first Battalion of Field Artil?
lery asked for such a move. Adli r'.t.??
to the old dates, it was pointed out,
?would bar the soldiers from taking
fpnrt in the primary cl< tlon ol July
JO for a member of <'"?.. ... ?> .m the
Third District and for the Adminis?
trative Board.
Blues' Battalion Brill
Major B. \v. Bowles I?.-:;.--, orders
for a service dress ? ?? participated
In by all the loir . tmpaales of th. Rii
mond I.irht Infaatry Blucl on the nlghl
of May J5 ?t Urn armory. Thtr< bo
no social feature.
BS^ -i-- - -
savingjsbank
RICHMOND
1117 E1.SHAIM ST.
HVT Oftlc.ri at.O lOteetn-. , . rO<
of experlrocr and established r<;e
tatlon. Tlnir ti?<e ?".<t mil!.,
your* when you -want It.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY
DOUBLE MURDER
CHARGED TO H1TE
.That Will Be Done if Second
Victim, Badly Wounded, Dies
in Hospital.
I Henry litt?, colored, will probably
: - to face l.ho charge of double mur?
der, for the police ar ? alnv>,t certain
'that He shot and killed IjUIu Davis,)
colored, and fatally wounded James
i Wallace, who was last night said to I
[bio dying at the City Hospital. The I
ahooUng took place Thursday night
i at the home of the woman, til Orleans
jStr.-ct, Fulton.
: Hite and Wallace, admirers of the
(vornan, are said to have fought <i <lu<;
.as a rouult <?: Jealousy. Wallace was
In the house when Hue entered, and
[began ahootlnK Wallace is allosKd to
I huvo Bra ibed a revolver from a shelf
[ and returned oho tire. One of the
?flying bullets entered the right tem?
ple of the woman, while Wallace was
'.wounded in the abdomen.
Hit* tvas said to have b.-en armed
;. ivlth a pist'd of r.s calibre, while that
I used by Wallace was a .32. To fix
I the blame lor killing the woman. It
' will bo necessary f^r experts to ?r
cortaln the siz0 "f the bullet which
caused her d.vtth The police think
that it was from the gun of lilt..
Iflt< was arraigned in Polier <"onrt
yostcrduy. The case went over until
Ma; 1
Nnniul School Committee Mr-M*.
, A meeting of the rommltteo on ?euren!
I Instruction .?' th< trustee* of ihe K?".te Nor
mul and Industrial school for Women *i
II Kredrrlckiburp; w?.. h.dd ?t the Capitol ve>
| u.i>li>. florae minor ad.iueune.nt? weri
I made In the pay of tcachrra at thai Instl
ii. Hon.
Me.mber* of tb? rommltte* pr??eni
Itov .1 Bldaey Peters. ch*irmKn: Senator
?'?.>"n W Holt. Newport Sbws; Pt. j. a.
, 0. Chandler. Richmond; Ai<b-n Bell, Qul
? ->.j1 Tieiidtat b. u. Uuucll. of the
ar.tionl.
SCHEUER TO GET
SMALL REWARD
Postmaster-General Won't Ap?
prove $8,500 Claim for Trail?
ing Post-Office Robbers.
SENDS REPORT TO SENATE
Department. However. Concedes
That t 'dicer Rendered
Splendid Service.
While admitting that the capture
of the Richmond poat-oflico robbers
ami the recovery ol their loot was
duo largely to the work of Luther i-.
Schercr, general agent ><( the Chesa?
peake and Ohio Itailw.iv. Postmaster
General Hitchcock, lr. ^ report made
to the Senat?- yesterday, says that uu.
dor the law he does not think that
Mr. .?eher, r .should receive more than
$300 for lily services. Some time ugo |
a hill was introduced in Congress to
pay Mr. Seherer |S,500. The Senate
wanted Information. It turned to the
Postmaster-General, who declines to
rccommeud payment ubove that gen-,
erally provided for In such caaer. 1
Immediately rupon the receipt of [
the report of the post-ofllco robbery |
nn Investigation was begun by post- j
office Inspectors, who were ably as- ;
sisted by Mr. Scherer. Upon his
suggestion it wns ascertained that a
few days before the robbery a man
claiming t? represent a New York
novelty house, had rented a sample
room in the Alhahibru Hotel, at
Eighth rttnl i ranklln Streets. A full
description of the man who rented
the room way obtained from the hotel
manager, and upon breaking open the .
door of the room, it was found that j
all entrances had been carefully,
wired.
Trunk-. Traced Prom Hotel.
It was .ilso learned that throe |
trunks had been removed from this
room at about t o'clock on the morn- 1
Ing of March ,.,S. 1010, by n driver.
And cheeked to Washington. With
this Information, arrangements were
made with Mr. Schercr for the use of
h's long distance telephone and his |
assistance in Iracing the three trunks.,
Uy his iii.i it was ascertained the j
trunks had been rccltccked at Wash-j
Ington, to different destinations.
The trunks won followed by post - j
office inspectors, the robbers appre- j
bended in Now York City, and tri"..
.iS In stamps was recovered. The
work of following the trunks and ap?
prehending th<- robbers was perform?
ed by the post-office inspectors ami
others, based upon Information se?
cured by Mr. Schercr In his office by
use of the loner distance telephone,
the expenses incident to which were
paid by the department. Of course,
the services of Mr. Seller--!" were of
material assistance in the capture of
the burglars.
Claims for reward on account of
services rendered In this case were
submitted to t.-.o department hy Mr. 1
Schercr and others, and t'hc inspectors
recommended In this case the payment j
of the maximum amount of reward al-i
lowablo Under the Postmaster-Gen-1
eral's notice of reward, and recom?
mended, in view of in? services reh
dered. that Mr. Schercr bo paid an
anionn: of $300, the payment of the
reman wrer, *ioo. bt-lng recommended
Tor one of thi o*Jtcr claimants in the
casi.
Ilelil llOMn by l,n?.
T r claims, accompanied with all
Other paper? relating thorirto. have
been certified to th? auditor for the
Post-Office Iiepurtrticn* for payment.
The department does r."t desire to
belittle the service, rend Md by Mr.
S-jherer In this case, T>ut recotrnlzes
that -ills assistance was probably the
jrr-atost factor in the apprehension of
two notorious professional burglars
and ttie recovery of a large amount of
government property. However, the
?fters of reward marie by the Post
Offlce Dapartmenl ami the amounts
fixed for th- .irrest and conviction of
certain off^nd-frs are based upon the
appropriation made by Congres*. and
have been 1n effect for a number of
years There have been a number, of
exeefrtliurlv meritorious ois^f, in which
the claimants have been reimbursed
Olrly to the extent of the mn>:tmumi
amount payable under the notice of
reward, and though the services of j
Mr. Schercr *ri th'v Instance -were val?
uable, It is suggested whether it would ]
ho a'matter of doubtful propriety to
make an exception In this case.
INVITE STATE CAMP HERE
Spanish \Ur Veteran? Plan Convention for |
Richmond. 1
The State encampment of United Spanish '
Wn- Veterans has t>een Invited to rp?et In I
Richmond on July is an? 2d. the truest or I
Fltzhugh 1*0 rtimv. No. 1. The invitation [
was i Mended hy Fltzhugh l.ee Camp at a]
meeting held at Murphy"? Hotel on Th?rs- j
day nicht. I
.\: .1 i f.:,i:i ::;??<? to male nrrangementa for |
the entertainment of the state body, the.
r*dlt *\n*. were appointed: Captain Ceorge
N. Sklpwlth, chairman; Ueutenanta Kline,
Klndenvaier, Mathcw* n.nd l^,\inx- The
latter was alto named as n committee to
secure n hall.
e'ump.s of Spanish War Veterans are In
existence In Richmond, N'orfolk. Ports?
mouth, Suffolk. Alexandria and Frederick*'
burg
Captain W E. The-npnor.. formerly of the
First Virginia Regiment, and who was a
ttrrt ittrgeant ?nd ???ennd lieutenant In old
Company M, Third K ii>lm' r.t. during the
V|ianl?h-Atnertran War. wns a visitor at
the meeting, captain Thompson in now con?
nected with the Brooklyn and Conor Inland
Railroad.
Not on Ulster's Warrant.
f- O- WP ker, who has been sent on to
lbs grand jury on the charge of forging
the :..-nnt ol hli sister, Mrs. Dnu A. Peace,
<?! Hanover c inty. to a check for rr.>. was
j not arrested on n warrant :-worn out by
Mrs, Poaee WTille ll ? ?*> | l. true as stated
that Wicker was arrested und bound over
i to the grand Jury. Mr*. Peace j,n-. been do
; Ing everything in her power to aid her
power to nid her brother, and ;? in no way
responsible for his nrie-a
I Security and Service
These words have a greater significance than they possessed
two weeks ae<> Had these two principles been carried into actual
practice by one of our large steamship companies many lives
might have been saved.
THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
OK RICHMOND, VIRGINIA,
combines these two qualities in word and deed and places thorn at
the command of every patron.
CAPITAI. .ONE MILLION
ASSETS .OVER SEVEN MILLION
_:_
ONE GREAT STUNT
BV SONS OF JOKE
Forty-Five Innocents Face Daz?
zling Flash of Fire at
Rejuvenation.
TOPPED OFF WITH A FEAST
Electrical Trade Organization
Takes In Many New
Local Members.
One hundred ordlnarUy hard-work
ins, sober-minded electrical men of
Richmond cavorted hilariously around
the rooms of tho Duslni sa Men'a Club,
arruyed ,aa Imps, devils, angels ami
gods from Mount Olympus, for five
Solid hours last nlBht at the "rejuve?
nation Of the Order of Rcjuvcjiatcd i
Son* of .love." The particular motive
tor the celebration was ih.- ontertaln
monl of the n iiioimi Jupiter himself.
Robert Jaynes, of Pittsburgh, and the
Initiation?or ratihor tenure?orjfotfly
tive promising young men who didn't
care exactly what happened to them
Of the forty.five Innocents. Hen Smith
d'stinguished himself by break'ng all
existing ppeed records in traveling
through the long, dark* dank and
dismal tunnel that leads tu Mount
Olympus. ,
After the "goats" had been treated
to an exhibition of what stunt* elec?
tricity can perform In the mangling
of .the human anatomy, the entertain?
ment committee spread a feast. Julien
Binford, the statesman for Virginia,
acted as toastmnster, and bot w eon
songs which were sung, right huskily
to .the accompaniment of Joo Kcss
nlch'g orchestra, introduced numerous
sp.-a kerf.
Altogether, t'.tc rejuvenation last
nlfcht was pronounced to bo the grand.
? st affair that the electricians havi
ev. r pulled off in these parts. In ud
dltlon to the visiting head of the na?
tional electric fraternity, the Itieh
inonders had as their guests visitors
ftom Baltimore, Philadelphia and eith?
er cities.
Some Vlaltlng Jovial*.
Three of the out-of-town JbVlalS, I*.
C. Uruham, of Washington; L, L. J_.ed
wcll, statesman for South Carolina,
nnd L. N. Walker, statesman for North
Carolina, olflcially reviewed the "goat
lug" of tho forty-live Tltey kept
their thumbs turned down to Lite cries
for mercy. The. designate,) torturers
for the party were: u. T. Marcnment.
Jupiter; Howard Hall. Mars; Peter
Winston, Mercury; J. J. Tresnon.
Apollo. J. B. Trice. Hercules; J. C.
Warren, Pluto; K. C. Ornhsm, Neptune;
J. J. Crenshaw, Avrenlm; W. s. P.
Mayo, Vulcan. Imps: Jennings, Tow?
er. Cutlett, Speights, Tanner, Lawton,
Jcnks, Led Well, Latham.
The oider of Re'juvonated .Sons of
.love Is the social and business or
Sanitation of tho electrical trade.
The object of tho order is the culti?
vation of the spirit of fraternity and
wood fcllotyahlp, from which may be
evolved practical plans of commercial
co-operation tor the promotion of elec?
tricity In the world's work. The motto
of the order Is: "All together, all the
time, for everything electrical." The
plan for this organisation was origi?
nal, d in Austin. Texas, In isort.
At the present lime the membership
of the order la 6,67t, which 1? a growth
of l.70t during the last year. The
local chaptor has now a membership
of 135, and Is steadily growing. in
the national order are numbered such
electrica] geniuses as Thomas A. Kdi
son, Oc-orge Westinghousc and Ellhu
Thompson.
Hoot I'alirver, Statesman.
In Rout Palmer, of the Virginia Rail?
way and Power Company, who has Just
been chosen as the new statesman for
Virginia, the Jovlal6 believe they have
chosen a man who will greatly help!
the orgnnl7.atlon. Mr. Jaynes, of Na.- j
tionol Jupltar, although In business In
iPlttsburgih, lives In Virginia. The
victims of last night's fray wer-;-:
Barron Fredericks, P. N. Steigleflcr,!
James M. PurceH, J. B. Caudle, B. H. j
Smith, Howard U Whit look, C. C.
Davis, H W. Tompklns, J. C. "Willis, j
W. leinenster, II. O. Wolslger, E. S.
Moore, \V. M. I.Mghton. J. II. Pearson,
JU ES. Walker, J. N. Jewett, A. T. Cros?
by. R. H. -Troct -r. H. T>. Qun.rles. F. A
Fay. D. C. Wlngfleld, C. S. Bayllss. C
V. Robinson, fJ. W. WlnfttO. M. Hun
icr, J. B. Dunn, E. M. Andrews, H. R.
Perklnson. V. D. Bacigaiupo. TV. n.
Engleby, J. R. Oneal. It. II. Wood, H.
R. Palmer, J. C Fitzpatrlok, W. I.,
riodsey. G B Hutchlngs, C. F. Baumnn.
II. C. Godfrey. J. W. Crews', T. W. Bow?
ery, H. C, Wood no use, J. Westlbrook,
B. H. Storm. B If. Osterlew.
NEW MEDICAL RULES
Entrance Requirement* itnlsed by I.nw of!
Recent legislature.
l or the purpose n; rcvlsliiK the rules for
medical examinations so a* to conform with
tin law parse* bj the last legislature, the
executive committee of the state Hoard of
Medical F.xiim'.r.' rs held a meeting !n this
. i;y yesterday Th< changes made under the)
tatuto are largely along the line of raising
the entrnne? requirement* of applicants to
. ntcr the profession.
M? mhers of the mmmlttre preaont were I)r
Herbert Old, of Norfolk; Dr. O. C. Wright,
of .Tarratt*. and l?r. Ft. fi. Martin, of Stunrt.
The annual examination of ippllcants will
t- h'!d by ihr t.i.:,rrt in this city on June If.
Mrs. itosa Silver Hurt.
Mrs. Rosa Stiver, of MU VenaVo Street.
wa? Injures? yesterday morning about 111
o'clock at Eleventh and Main street* when,
eh? fe?l while alighting from a rar of the j
Virginia Railway and power Company. Phe
wan taken Into ? nearby olflce and later
removed to hrr home, where mrdlcnl aid
?was rendered.
Qualifies H-> Policeman..
W. M \ne?: quollflod yesterday as. a
m.mlirr or the police fore* before City
Clerk Ben T. August.
Damage Suit on Trtnl,
Trial tiegm yesterday In tho Lair and
Equity Court of tho null of 3. S. James
ag?ln*t the Virginia Hallway and Power
Company. In Which damage* are claimed
In the sum of 11.000.
WHERE THEY VOTE
IN CITY PRIMARY
Polling Precincts Announced for
All War.Is in Tuesday's
Election.
NO CONTEST FOR DELEGATES
Names of Men to Attend State
Convention Will Xot Be
Printed on Ballot-.
Election ofnecra more panted and all
preliminary details were urrungod for
next Tuesday's primary election for
nr Ibers of the City Council by the City
Democratic Committee last night. 'J'h i
-tomtnlttcc will meet Tuesday night at
S o'clock to receive the returns In the
auditorium of Murphy's Hotel. I
IC. P. Jotics asked that his name be
taken from the ticket ?a a candidate
for election as delegate to the Slate
Convention from first Product, Jef?
ferson Ward, and his request was
granted and his campaign assessment
ordered refunded. All of the delegates
to the state Convention, thorstore, are
without opposition, and their names
win not appear on the olHclal ballots.
Registrars were notified that they
could got the ballots ami other official
papora for conduct of th.: election Iroxn
Secretary Walter g. Linke, between i
and 6 o'clock Monday afternoon. Elec?
tion booths will be Issued at the City
Hall between 10 and 3 o'clock on .Mon?
day. The superintendent In each ward
was allowed the use of u horse ami
buggy during polling hours on Tuesday
?from sunrise to sunset.
Would ( lone Nomination*.
The only reference to the coming
Administrative Board light iwaa when
Mr. Hodges, of Pulton, sought to close
the nominations as soon as possible by
requiting th.it ail candidates tile their
names with the chairman on or before
May l>>. It was held that the By rtl
primary law had nol yet been fully con?
strued, that many technical and Intri?
cate points were Involved, the violation
of any one of which might render ?nun
a primary void and of no effect, and
Mr. Hodges withdrew bis motion.
Election officers ami precinct polling
places were approved, as follows.
ll.Ai WAItJI.
Clyde IV, Saundcrs, supi rJntandent.
first I'reeliiet, ',17 West .Main Street
? Walker C. Cottr.il, rcgistra-Judgc,
Blair Mathows, judg? : llowell W eisiger,
clerk.
Second Precinct, 210 South Harrison |
Street?lt. U. Walton, leglhiaar-jaugi .
II. II. Barfoot, judge, Charles friend,
clerk.
Third I'reelnet, lit. South l'ir.e Street
?.1. T. Carter, reglstrar-judgct lt. E.
Trower. Judge, Charles E. Pettls, clerk.
fourth I'reelnet. 1S26 West Carjr
Street?loseph il.-indi, registrar-judge;
IV. T. Shepherd, judge; J. Eec UaVit,
slerk.
fifth Precinct, I South Plrsl Street?
?\. W. Miller, registrar-Judge; EltUttou
e'itzgcrald, judge. Clarence Sulton,
?1 ;ik.
L.B1S WAIUJ.
Wtrt E Taylor, superintendent.
firm Precinct, 1126 West Kro.id
Street?Hea4.li J. Ilawley, registrar
hidgo; I'. Qrayson Doahlell, judge:
kJarney l'rlsciikorn, clerk.
Second I'reelnet. 710 West Broad
Street?lt. E. Maloni. registrar-Judge;
"?V. J. Einham. Judge; D. C. Blunt, clock.
Third I'reelnet, 1805-9 West Broad
Street?Peter Winston. registrar-Judge;
Joseph Klmbrough, Judge; Pat euro*,
.-lei k
fourth I'reelnet, 221 West Er jaci
Street?Andrew Krous*, registrar
^udgeL C. R. Wilkinson, Judge; Harry
dright. clerk.
fifth I'reelnet! 601 St. James Street?
E. .1. Hulchor, registrar-Judge; George
X. Dean, Jud*?; 11 C. Garrott, clerk.
.MAOISttX WARD.
.1. A. Eudd, superintendent,
flint I'reelnet, 411 North Eighth
Street?A. E. Tenser, roglstrar-Judg
John Teefey, Judge; W. -V. J Kelly,
clerk.
Second Precinct, 1H North Seventh
Street?VV. Harrison Blair, registrar
Judge, Charles o. Boaher, judge; .lohn
Sullivan, clerk.
Third I'reelnet. 1700 East BrOOd
Street?J. J. Cost, registrar-Judge; Abe
Cohn, Judge; Totn O'Tole. tlerk.
fourth Preelncl, 702 <l ill Street ?
Allen fan. registrar-Judget .t. W. Smith,
judge; w. M. Caudle, clerk.
firth Preelncl, I30t Hull Street M
A. Rightscll, registrar-Judge; S. E
Phillips, Judge, A. E. Sump.-.>n. clerk.
sixth Preelncl, 1809 Hull Street? W
E i'orter, registrar-judge; .1. a. Wil?
liamson, judge; .1. b, Bass, dark.
JBFKf.ltSO.\ \\ V It I>.
E. C. Hicks, superintendent.
Ptrsl Preelncl, 2219 East Main Streoi
?Charles Kuss, registrar-Judge; .T. .1
Campodlnlca, judge; Peter Connors,
clerk.
Second Preelncl, 2506 Ettal Eelgn
Street?n. p. Brophy, registrar-Judge:
T. J. Winder, judge; II. C. LMXon,
clerk
Third Precinct', Masonic Hall, North
Twonty-nfth Blreei -Charles Blms,
registrar-judge; M. 1- Boyle, Julnc, U
C Atkinson, clerk.
fourth I'reelnet, 701 North Twenty
eighth Stroat? H. Brlstsolarl, registrar
judge, Allen Pride. Judge,-.
clerk.
fifth I'reelnet, 27H Basl Franklin
Street?VV, T. Bancs, registrar-Judge;
Charles TaUey, Jo'ig- i. G iSgglcston,
eb rk
Sixth I'reelnet. 3731 H '.'.'1 StrOOl,
Fulton?R. A. Cavd... roglstr ir-Judgo;
j. Duffy, judge, w. Bnrlglit, olork.
HELD FOR GRAND JURY
Edward Altl Faces Trial for stealing
SI If, from 1?. Marroul.
Edward Attl was held for tin. nrind Jury
yesterday in Police Court en tliu charge nl
stealing IBS from D, Marronl, u iir..?.i
Btreet confectioner, ALU \? aliened ? ? have
stobn the money last Baptensncr. Me ea>
oaped and wan arrested several weeks ago
In Cincinnati, O.
I.co Holmes, colored, wan lo-M for tin.
y ..mi Jiwy for feloniously assaulting l/li
zle Johnson.
I.eroy Williams wn? hud for the rrniid
Jury for shotUliiK Oeorg? Morton
.lumen Mayo, colored, was held for the
grand lury for entering thi home >.r- ,lan<
Itlrhiirdhon and Stealing n quantity of eloili
Inc.
Petition In llunlirnptr.v.
A petition In bankruptcy wan flbrt in the
cflerk.'a ofrice of tha United Htates iMstrlcl
Court yesterday b> Mrs. Ilettlu .While, or
tVoodfords, Onmllm county Her Indobtnd
r.cMi I? $124. No assets are llMrd.
Candidate* Will speak.
One more chance for c?ndlda'IOS for 111"
City Council to ndrtrrcn tl..- voters Clay
Ward will he accorded lo-nlrl.', when Iho
Cloy Ward Active? will inmi al M'onroq
Hall, tfooh aspirant* for the Admlnl (fa
tlvo Hoard oa may dosing, have alr.o Uten
iavltoa to attend ana ascuk.
Rain or Shine
wc have the proper apparel for your comfort. Raincoats in
an endless variety; Suits that are products of artists. Every?
thing that is correct in Furnishings and Hats.
j Gans-Rady Company
CLAIMS PROFIT ON
SUBURBAN REALTY
Roscneath Farm Sale at Issue in j
Case Taken to Supreme
Court.
From a decision of the Chancery
Court of the city of Richmond in a suit
over prospective profits on tha purchase
of tho Kosenoath farm, on the western
limits of the city, a writ of error was
granted yoatorduy by tho Supreme
Court of Appeals to U L Cornell. In
the lower court Mr. Cornell wj.i the
plaintiff ami w. >>. Forbes the defend
unt, the Judgment being lor tho latlor. ;
Cornell. It appears. Was lessee of the '
farm of twenty-four acres, now in the
lino of suburban development. lie
paid l-iu a year rental to the owner, '
Max Qrelf, of Baltimore. According to
the petition. Cornell bau pos.tlbllltlos
of great profits lit the purchase of lh<
properly and jib development. He
i lalma ha Interested W. 8. Forbes In
the matter, Suggesting that at a prlcoj
of f12,600 thi.-ro waa money In It. The ?
latter agreed, but the pur ha.se price j
was dually made JlS.O'Jo, Mr. Grolf de?
clining to sell for less. Porbus gavj
C.rneil 115 ror expenses to Baltimore,
whore a contract of sale w.->s. signed.
Cornell claims that he was lo pay
Forbes '2 per cent, of tho purchase
price and th i taxes on the property. In
lieu of rent, ;u> long as be was the ten- '
ant, and that the proportj was i<j b
cut Into lots and sold, the parties di?
viding all profits In excess of the sum
paid by Forbes. If It brought less than
124,000, Cornell was lo have $2,000 for
his part.
Terms Not Consummated.
Tho petitioner ?ein forth tint when
ho returned from Baltimore ho nodded
Forbes that the farm had been pur?
chase.], and reminded him of tho terms
of the contract. A reply was laicr re?
ceived, dat.-d.. Cornoll aays, a day ear- i
lb.-r than the lime Forbes received the
Cornell letter, ropudlatfnii the terms
n.s understood by the lessee. All this j
happened In 1004, and the plaintiff says
that his delay In bringing action was !
due to protracted litigation over the
claims ol i>. H. Creccy, O j. Hands und
J. P. Carson lhai they had a valid con?
tract with "Orel*, for the pun has. . It
In aald that Cornell closed the deal
fifteen minutes before th;; Others tele?
phoned their acceptance to Baltimore.
Now the property Is contended to be
worth u large umount, affording a
handsome profit. Through his attor?
neys. Samuel A. Anderson. Jam.-s F..
Cannon and Allen O. Collins, Cornell
asks that Forbes be required to con?
summate his purchase, put Ills deed on
record and pay him half tho acorui d
increment In value, or at l^ast pay him
for his services in purchasing the
property. Porbes claimed In his de?
fense In the Chancery Court that ho
was merely paying Cornell's expen?*S
on the Baltimore trip, in cusc the land
was bought.
AMONG THE SPEAKERS
Colored Chauffeur Fined In lleiirleo for Ex?
ceeding the Limit.
The crusher for speed artists w.n felt
again yesterday in Henrlco when Jnm<?
Banks, colored, chauffeur of James H. How?
ard. ?a? fined fin and eosts tar a bur}-, of
rp?ed in Glnter Park, and had to pay the
costs on a second warrant, charging him
with failure to wear his driving badge In
the proper place. Magistrat? Puryear did
bis ;-..rt In the campaign the Henrleo au?
thorities have inaugurated nguinst the
speeders.
The motorcycle purchased by Ohe Botr-d
of Supervisors to help pinch the speeders
p ayed Ite purt In the arrest o; Hank?. Offi?
cer J. Itotiert Tiller Jrlvins after the ma?
chine for three miles or more before h?
could r.pot the number lag. Tiller h:? been
assigned to the motorcycle, and will devote
practically bis entire time to patrolling th
tine county roads on the watch for the speed
maniacs.
To the Voters
of Clay Ward
1 wish to inform you thai the change
ol ward lines in our city placed me in
Clay Ward. Being a member of t ho
City Council from Monroe Ward, and
not wanting to displace any of the old
members from Clay and Henry Ward-;,
I decided to offer for the Hoard ol
Aldermen from the new Clay Ward
(there being a vacancy). My old ward
(Momtic) only asks for one man out
of the right memlicrs, six of which arc
t'. I i elected this year.
I stand on my record, and am proud
of the fact that I have done my part,
toward making this a great and luaii
tiful city.
The new ward being so large it is
impossible for me to sec the voters
personally, I therefore ask that, after
investigation you lind my record good,
I shall gratefully appreciate your sup?
port. Kcpscctfully,
GEO. McD. BLAKE,
I CHAMBER NAMES
WORKING SQUADS
! Committee Will Look Into Ex-.
I tension of City Limits and
Question of New Bridge.
President T. M Cnrrlngton, of the
Chamber of Commerce, yesterday ap?
pointed two special committee, one to
look into the extension of the city
i limits und another to consider the res?
olution now before the Street Commit
' mlttce of the City Coun. il for the erec?
tion of n new brldg.j on the site of the?
present i"re.. Bridge Immediately after
J Iho completion of Mayo'a Bridge.
The committee on extension of the,
I city limits, which consists of Thomas
P. Bryan, chairman! w. D. Duke, O. .v.
; Hawkins. J. U Hill and Augustine flny
all, will look Into the subject In a gen
eral way wIWi reference !?< the prcg
, nt development in the suburbs and to
BUbhilt such recommendations to tiio
board an It deems best, calculated to
take care of the Increasing suburban
population.
Tho bridge committee ?12, <". Lalid,
chairman; A. K Adamson, Harry Kra
zier. John W. Moore n:id John B. Pin
der??will Investigate the situation and
report to the board, as It has been sug?
gested that lit* Indorsement of Iho
chamber might be desirable In order
to obtain as soon as possible after the
completion of Miiyi't It: 1.1?.. adequate
facilities between Richmond and South
Richmond.
TRY KRENGEL TO-DAY
Officer Who Mod ??ro )lo?t .\n?ncr
< h.itsc of Murder.
Dotcctivi P. I. ICreniel Will he arrstlgnril
in police '"ourt this niornliic on the chares
e? tin- murder of Tom Williams, colored.
negro was ?hol when lie refused to sur
:. nd- -
With D( i'. tlye-th i ieenl Kellern, Krnig?l
?31 eking I .troy Williams, a hro'.h. r of
the dead ninn. Tiny went to tile brothers'
bom. night, and as they ?t>prn?chrd Tom
appeared ut a window ?Ith a revolver. Ho
was ordered to surrender, but Iruttrad o'
doing so Jumped from the window und tan.
H was then that tie was shot In the leg ii?,
was lakr/i to lae Oily Hospital, und died la
r few dsjs
ACCA TEMPLE
PILGRIMAGE
To Los Angeles, Cal.,
Rates $92.75
For information and tickets con?
sult
Richmond Transfer Co.
son Mnln street.
We Are Reducing
, Household Drudgery
Our special facilities for doing "RoiirIi
Dry" Family Wash at 6c a pound is work
ing (or economy ami efficiency in hun?
dreds of Richmond homes
Call Monroe 1958 or 1959.
ROYAL LAUNDRY
M II nXiR.'JJinril. Proprietor.
311 NORTH SEVENTH STREET
Says a Prominent
Real Est?te Owner:
"1 consider G. M. CO.\S
"PEARL" ROOFING TIN a
e,rcat money saver?because it's
a roof-saver."
Gordon Metal Co.
Richmond, Va.
Richmond Corrugated
Paper Company
?Manufacturers
CORRUGATED BOXES,
WRAPPERS,
PARTITIONS, Etc.,
817-819 N. Seventeenth St.
Works, Office,
Phone Monroe 3271. Madison 725
t.
Richmond has the best State
Fair on the Atlantic Seaboard.
Richmond Advertisers' Club

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