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At the Hotels
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The JefTeraon?Fred G. Boyce, Jr.,
Baltimore: John Ensign, Huntington.,
w. Va.; Walter J. Kline. Lockport. N.
Y.. it 1/nno, Newark. Jf, J.; J. A. Me?
li in, Philadelphia; H. o. Hathaway,
ChaHiobtesvllle, Va.: Harry Hucklns.
Boston: A. A. Cadnvallader, Philadelphia;
"William D, Llgone, New York; Harold
"W. Ley. Ntiwark. N. J.; F. H. McGraw,
Cincinnati. O.; W. B. Fuo.ua, Bedford,
?\ a ; \. F. Black. Now York: George N.
Brings, Waehington: Hcorgn F. Cox,
V i neslbor?, Oa.j W. B Mlngeu, Jr.,
ItVbtngdon, Va.; s. Melzel, Baltimore;
W. ?. Woolford, Baltimore;' Mrs. c. C,
Walton, Norfolk. Va.; II. T. Freer, New
York. W. B. Keys. Richmond; J. I".
Jr.rmnn, Nashville; F. S. Bale, Now
York; Wi .t. Blackburn. Greensboro, N.
C.; R. O. Stephen'. Atlanta, Ga.; I?. C.
lAipplegate, Brldgetoii, N. J.; Robert B.
Blader, Baltimore, Md.; W. L Douglas,
Bro kton, Mass.; Mrs. Alice Mnrdlo,
Brockton. Moss.: Mr. and Mrs. 1,. V.
Whit-". Brockton, Mass.: Mr. and Mrs.
C*. !'. Richmond, Brockton, Mass.: Mr.
snd Mrs it. H. Jacobs, Youngstbwn. O.:
M. J. Schul, Cleveland. O.; Cr. M. Bark
ley, New York. F.. S. buber, N?w?Yorki
r. i Shekell, Baltimore, Md.; II 3.
Rake:-, Baltimore. Md.; F. W. Sanford
New York: J. B. Blader und wife. New
horn, N. C: II. C. Gronr, Washington:
?31. J.. Rich. Baltimore It. A. Kler. Pitts
!burgh; Ben Wilson. Baltimore: F. W.
Mos.>. Providence; U K. Hoffman,
Southampton; Robert Mills, Boston.
Murphy's?H. T. Mason. Kmporln, Va.:
Rfj and Mrs. it. <i. Halle. Virginia;
[M. Rosen, New York. .1. F. OTJonoghue,
1 Philadelphia: B. I.. Brooks. Norf.ilk.
tV.i.: -M. H. Gllmcr, Virginia: It. N. Platt,
Philadelphia; Dr. C. Hunt. Oxford. Va.;
is. i> Holeman, Oxford, Va.; w. w.
[Crew*, oxford, Va.: William Arnold.
1 Oxford, Va : F. V. Ncsbet. New York;
A] nder Rcld, Nrw York; E. R. Bag
ly, Washington: J. N. llincs. Jr.. Rocky
[Mount; Charles Sbimmln, Lynehburg;
('at. T. Nnnel. New York: A. J. Sandier*
!3>rr-. Fa: H. n. Dudley, Virginia;
fSoo^se A- Stover, South Boston, Va.;
H. Bar.ls. Detroit'; 1. Tongue. Philadel?
phia: W. T. Mitchell Rochester, N. Y.J
Mr. nr.d Mrs R. L. Victor. Atlanta. Ga.:
Ill 11 Paulebt, Farmvllle, V?.; Mr. and
'Mrs. Tt. D. Helm. King and Queen C. H.,
Vs.: William H. Well. Baltimore; Chus.
>*. Grubcis. Maryland; Thomas B. Shore,
Wlnston-Saletn, N. C! R. H. Lung
horii'-. Wot Virginia; Joseph I?. Tttck
.' er liB'Wrencevlllt ; W. A. Chambers.
; Florida: James B. Lester. Virginia;
Robert C. Frey, Baltimore; Mrs. Sim
iuel W. Williams, Virginia; Miss Louise
[.Williams, Virginia; Miss Lucy Wil?
liams. Wythervllle, Va.': H. B. Watkins,
.Virgin:.i; C G. Holland. Indiana: D. R.
:K s.:;,r. Virginia: J. M. Hooker,
Stuart, Vs.: T. L Clarke, Stuart, Va.j
3- H Maddux. Charles City, V- ; R a.
?James. Danville, Va.; J. W. Gibson,
Danville. Ya ; B, T. Jenncttc, New Or?
leans. La.: c. w. Gravi?, Fort Royal;
E. H. Smith. Weldon, N. Ci H. H. Bur
' .ton. Pen rssburg. Va : .1. it. Ford, Lynch
!iurg, Va.; R. C. Rlaokfnrd. Lynchburg,
Va.: Allen Campbell, New York: B. .1.
fXVysor, Connecticut: Oborles Ooldan
harg, New York City; A C Smith,
Grandy, Va . it R r.n^c, Virginia;
BI. L. Newi>?rger. Kentucky: J. L. Iv.ir
ly, Virginia Langley Ingraham, Vir?
ginia: John A. Forlines. Durham, N. ('.:
W Frank Daub, Now York: p. H.
Richardson. Chicago; B, H. Dyer, Hoa
r.oke; .1. w. Beckham, Roanokc; H, T.
Montague, New York; C. i" Dyer, Vir?
ginia: W. H. Platt, Philadelphia; Gowen
Dusiribtirg, Cnr.cord. \. c ; H. n. Aid
hlzcr. Broadway. Va.; J. I-'. Woodruff,
New York Clyde F Boss. South Caro?
lina; J. A. McGrano, Scrant?n, Pa.:
Paul s. Borden, Washington; James
M. L'jwis, Fssex county, Va.; Joseph w.
Everett, Kcawiok, Va.; Mis. M if. oil
jher, Washington: k. a. Fox. Chicago;
W. W. Ctark, Danville. Va.; D. V.
Wither. Danville, Va.; I. Saniplm, Bal?
timore: If. ii. Vundetibeigh. Virginia;
J. F. Rlsi n. Dsnvlll;, Vn.: p. R .Grn
ham, Dahvllle, Vs.; o. w. Dudley, Dan?
ville. Va.; Kugone Withers, Danville,
Va.; Rice Gregory, Danville, Va.: Rob?
ert T. Brock. Louisville, Va : ItrV.rr; r.
Hurt. Douisu. Va,; N. T Williams.
Lynehtburg, Va.; .1. 6, Johnson. Pitts,
burgr-. Pa.; a p. Mayer. Clark/svlll,},
Va.: W. A. Jenes, Warsaw. Va.; R. J.
McOovcrn, Philadelphia: William P.
Goodall, Philadelphia: John W. Moon.
Columbia. O.-. Mr. Graves. Columbia, 0.:
Dr. !?'. O. riunkett, Lynerfhttrg, Va.:
is a lesson in food purity
and quality which should
be learned by every
housewife.
Prove yourself a willing
pupil, madam, by trying
it today. One meal will
make you "letter perfect'*
in Tip-Top quality.
Pure, clean, different and
delicious?it really is best.
Refuse Substitutes
Look for the name. TIP-TOP on evcxy loaf.
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BfflSfflBBB?
YO? Will Be Interested
in the.
Moline System
of
Vacuutn-Va'por Hi?atir.tr.
l..-t us t". 11" you more about It?a phono rail or rl wMl Vr'.r.sr our
(tentative and place you under no obligation.
RICHMOND ENGINEERING & MFG. CORP.,
r.fleenth .and Brtwrn Street?, !?
for Infants and Children.
Cnstorja is a. hurmloss Substitute for Castor Oil, Pare?
goric, iDrops and Soothing Syrups. it is pleasant.
It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Nur
cotic snbstauco. It destroys Worms and allays Fover
islmcss. It relieves Constipation, Wind Colic, nil
Teething Troubles and Diarrhoea. It rojritlates the
Stomach and Bowels, ivinjr healthy ami natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea ? The Mother's Friend.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
MR. STEVENS IN HOSPITAL
i special \n rnTimes-1 ?lspatch.]
Bali.more, M,i., May 22.?George \V
Stevens, president of the Chesapeake
and Ohio Railway, who Uvea in Itlch
mond, underwent a successful opera?
tion at the Johns (Tonkins Hospital to?
day for Internal troubles. The opera?
tion was performed by I>.-. Hugh II
Young",
nr. B. >f.-7,eod. Ollfton Fo
va ; Men
To-night Mr. Slevent's condition Ii
much improved, and r.c has received
Revcr.nl telegrams wishing him speedy
recovery. Mr. Stevens was tinder the
knife for nearly two hours. The ru'.l
road president arrived at the Johns
II pklns Hospital last night. Fori
some time iic had suff'rtd from brad-I
d^r trouble. j
W. Southland, Mt. Olive, X. C.; Mr. and!
Mrs. lt. E. Tayne. DllHvyn. V.l.; W.
Strauss. New York; I.. Michael. Phila?
delphia; Manos Waldorf. Baltimore.
Hotel Itlchmund?\V. <.;. Williams,
Baltimore; W. D. Smith. Gate City.
Va.j w. <;. Thomas, <-harlottc. N. C:
B. .1. Bird. New York; R. L. Claypool,
Philadelphia; M. Black, Wilmington,
DeJ.; .!. a. Mai tin. North Carolina; J.
Ascht-rin, New York; W. T. Paxion,
Btteua Vista; \V. s. Godwin, Ro.mokc.
Vi.; a. Welnherg. New York; Thos.
\V. Hooker, Hartford, Conn.; F. s Mi
HilC, Florida; W. T. Bragg, city. Mrs.
('. I". Lish, Indianapolis, Ind.; A. Isaac
Bon, New York; .1. D. Barkley and
wife, Mrs. .1. R. Owens. Lawrencevilla,
Va.; D. E. Allen. Virginia; W. E. <al
lnhan, South Carolina; 1?. W. C. Sup
plcc, Philadelphia; R. Muss Nellson.
Bnltlmore; Prank F. Hitter, city; Hobt.
M. Baltic, Crelghton, Pa.; E. 1?. Adams.
Boston; .1. \v. Smallwood, Baltimore;!
E. I? sh.w, Henderson; H. I,. McKln-|
r.le. Canton, O.; a. II. Cobbltt, Phila?
delphia; J. F. Lcnnon, New York; ,lno.
a. Sand. Baltimore; Max Hlrahfield.
Milwaukee, WMs.; Ethel Lu Boylan.
CharlCBtown, W. Va.; Louis N. Jacobs,
New York; S. W. F<>ss. Chicago; M.
I'owdermnker, Washington; C. II.
Krlant, Ii. C. Owens, Baltimore; V/. P.
Norvell. Virginia; W. 11. Ford and
wife, New York; (.'has. Fitzgerald,
Pittsburgh; A. Jarvls, Norfolk: Geo.
H. Hertel, New York; John Grieves,
Philadelphia; E. W. Ilubnrd. Bucklng
ham; James I.. Anderson, .1. II. Forbes,
Buckingham; John A. Twymoh, A. .).
Terrell, Virginia; 11. P.. Parker, Greens
boro, N. C ; iv a. Burnhnm, Cheater.
V i . F. E. Perkins and wife, Mlssls
slppl; IV. a. C. Brueki New Jersey:
E. it. Solzban, l.e? llccrwogan. New
>? :!'.; D. C. l.oujrliun, 1>. T. Wool, II.
T. Graham, M. !>.. Virginia; W. C.
Huppleo, Ii. R, Mlgraw, Philadelphia;
a. I-;. Marsh. Jr.. W:..**>'ngton; I.. ,
Rud, S. I?. Davis, Blrglnla.
Stumpf?A a. Tomllnson, Norfolk;
<:. >: Mallctt. Nonn Carolina; W. h.|
Barnard, B. M. Farrcll, w.. w. Walte
meyer. \V. I'. Vaiighan, Baltimore; G.
W. Kclley, Wm. O. /.lmnvrman. Phila?
delphia; II it Van Denborgh. city:
.t a, poultdn, Chicago: c. W. Olerson,
S. M. Langer, W. Kcrstam, New York;
\V i: Keys, city; It. II. Chapman, Nor?
folk; B 1? lyockcrby. Olarksvlllo, Va.
Lexington?r V. JoncU, Now Castle,
Vn . E. a. Watson. Lynchburg: L B,
Hicks, Cralgsville, Vn.; Thos-. Cnnfleld,
Mississippi; B. B. Dall and wife. W'nd
Kor, N. C; l* R, Roberts, Bnltlmore;
A. L Wilroy. Ahhevllle, N C.i OoO. It
White. Virginia; J. T. Well. Norfolk;
? '. T. Smith. CrOXtOQ, Va.; F. D. Dutl
dus. Btaunton, Vn.; It. Roller. New
? York; G. Gardner, Cincinnati: A. A.
St. watt. Norfolk; J. L. F'nley. Ruf
fnlO, 111.: J. I>. Starr. Baltimore; T. N.
, Galnes, Aspen. Vn.! i? A. Smith. Tam
pa, Pia ; .1. T. Roberts. Rrunswlek. Va.:
J II White. Norfolk; B. O. KarneBi
( Ifton Forge, Va.; J. I?. White, At
. lantn, <'..?.; A, Hartman, Jersey CHy.
N I : B. B. Crook, Washington: A. 0.
Crawford, fUaltlmoro; Thomas Sloan
wife, Washington; J. K. Thomas,
Halatgh. N. C; Floyd Price. Bsmonl,
Vn S, Maxlr, Bcottsvlllc. Va.; J. M.
i Turner, city; .1. P. Braswell, North
Carolina; G. M. Harden, Raletgh, N. C;;
B. S. Boss and wife. Anli-n. V?cl.r O.
<V WOlff, Hickory, N. C. ? L V. Burton.
Danville, Vn. ? Jas. F. Johnson. Naali
ville, Tcnn.; N. O. Webb, Philadelphia;
C. W. Horrick. Rochester. N. Y.; T. A.
Proctor, Drakes Branch. Va.. R. S.
Barbour. wife and sou. South Boston,
Va.; C. II. Pnxton. Natural Bridge. Va.:
W. A. Jeftress. Fnirrtcld. Va.: D. .1
Trnnynhum, Virginia; II. Dickinson.
Indiana.
AMUSEMENTS
Society circus.
On Tuesday evenlns next. Governor
Mann will officially open the Society
Circus to be given for the benefit of
Pino Camp. The Circus will continue
i with two performances 'he following
day. the ring performance in the af?
ternoon not beginning until ;t o'clock.
The Olllciul ringmaster.') will be Col?
onel Barton Grundy und John T. An
dorsotl. Tiic ballyhoo men and lectur?
ers will Include George Gibson, Thomas
1'. Bryan und Leigh I". Page. About
T"i amateurs of prominence will
supplement the professional bill that!
Is being brought on i peclally front j
New York. While thl attraction Is!
called the Society cm us, principally
through the fact that Its success has!
been contributed to b: people of so?
cial prominence, It Is really a circus
that will cater to the masses. A aut
flclcnt number of pi >i 'ssional acts
will give the spectators the worth of!
their money, while tin amateur bur-!
lesques will bo oxeruclutlngly funny.)
Large tenta have been secured from
New York: tho main lent, with a
seating capacity of nearly 3.000 peo?
ple, win i>c equipped with box seats,!
numbered reserved sea* and the regu?
lation circus blue sen I The seals'
will go on sale Monday morning nt!
McCoy's, corner Bight), and Broad I
Streets.
' Philharmonie Association.
To-night, with a program of unusual
attractiveness, tho Rlchn.1 Philhar?
monic Association ends the year's
woeje.
The numbers to be played nre the
kind that have made these concerts j
more popular with each year. It Is'
the constant effort of t'-- organisation
to work along lines which best meet ;
the public taste, rendering popular as |
well as classic music and making
every concert enjoyable as well us
educational. I
Being purely amateur, the members
of th.; organization derlvi no financial ;
benefit, but play for pleasure and Im
provement, and for the entertainment
of their friends. The t purpose of I
the moneys received from subscrip- i
tions is to meet neccs-a;y expenses,
such as training, runt ut hall, print
Ing, etc. .
In the following program tho solo?
ists ale Miss Anita Kirk wood. Mis.s
Bids I'lett. und Norman Call:
1. Marche, "Aux Flambeaux". .Clark
2. Suite, "D'Arlcslenne"-BUct
(i> Pnelv.de.
<2i Mlnuctto,
(.';? Adagletto.
(4 1 CnrlUoms.
3. Songs faL "Bobolink".Blschoff
(b). "The Years nt the
Spring" .. .Mrs. Beach
Miss P.Ida Flett.
4. Piano solo. Allegro from "Em?
peror ConCcrt?" .Beethoven:
Miss Anita Klrkwood.
fi. (n) Valse, "Espngnob '. ..Gallmbertl
(b) Selection from "Carmen". .Bizet
U. Prologue from "Paggllaccl"
? Leoncavallo
Norn-.nn Call
7. (ai Selection from "Naughty
Marietta" .Victor Herbert
(hi concert Fantasie, "Dixie?
land" .Baker
Klncmncnlnr ChnnKC nt Itljoti.
Starting with the matinees to-day a
complete change will be made in the
Klnemncolor pronram at the Bijou, thai
Arrow
shirts
The 4'Arrow"
marks the shirt
of style and
quality.
Wc depend upon
its good qualities
to sell you another
bearing the same
label. $1.50 and $2.00
CLUETT, TEA BODY. & CO.
MAKERS TROY, N. Y.
he Implement Co.,
RICHMOND. VIRGINIA. ?j
have just issued a new and 8
complete Farm Implement g
Catalog giving up-to-date in?
formation anc prices of
M Farm Implements,
Corn and Cotton Planters,
Wheel and Disk Cultivators,
Dinnp and Farm Wagons,
Enfjifses, ?!; rashers,
Saw and Planing Mills,
Metal and other Roofings,
Busies, Harness, Saddles,
Barb Wire. lancing, etc.
Our pric.".; aro very rcason
able for fii i t lass supplies.
Correspond".^ c solicited.
Catalog mail* d free on request
Writ ? for it.
The Implement Co.,
1302 G. Mai l St., Richmond, Va.
Can Cancer Be Cured?
IT CAN
.The renonl or ii,, iccllam Hospital Is
I without, parallol iM history, having
cured to stay eure?] permanently^ vvlth
| out the uao o( the Unite or X-ray. over
9n per cent. ??>. the many hundreds of
sufferers from cancor which ;t has
treated during the past fifteen yenrB.
We have been endorsed by the Senate
ami Legislature of VirKlnla. We guar?
antee our eures
Physicians treated free. ^
KELLAM HOSPITAL
1017 West Mr.ln Street,
UK 11.M DM), .... VIUGirt.A.
The proposed franchises granting
lighting and power privileges and
certain railway extensions to the
Richmond & Henrico Railway Com?
pany have been approved and en?
dorsed by more than two thousand
?prominent business firms?, by nearly
seven thousand mechanicsvand trades?
men, and also by five or six hundred other
citizens of Richmond, who are associated
together in various civic organizations;
whereas, the Virginia Railway & Power
Company and the Gould interests alone
stand in open opposition thereto.
Think this over in connection with the
advertisements now in daily publication.
RICHMOND & HENRICO RAILWAY CO.,
W. S. FORBES, President.
new pictures to lie jho-;n being "Flor?
in;' Winter Resorts'' an I "The Zoo i"?ur
tlehs at Rome." The Klnemacolor pic?
tures are of the most pcroct sfirt In
that the natural colors dominating
every scene on land or sea are accur?
ately reproduced through the means
01 ah Inventive proces:: that allows Of
the acttial photographylhg of every,
known color. Motion pictures, th< 1
black ami white variety, will be shown,
the feature of this department in two
reels for the last thr e days of ine
week being the great comedy picture,
"Cell Number Thirteen."
t Ignr Manwfncturerfi Interested tu
Passage <>t Sparkman llill.
[Spi clsl to The Tlmcs-Dlppstch.]
Washington. May 22.?A delegation
of cigar manufacturers from Tampa
and Key West. Fla. interested in the
passage of the Sparkman bill, which
Is of vital Importance to manufactur?
ers of cigars and cigarette all over the
county, to-day appeared before the
House Ways and Means Committee 'n
its behalf.
This bill provides among other
things that a manufacturer of c'gars
iiliall be permitted to use for experi?
mental purposes in conducting t.ts
business, and for the personal use of
; himself and his cmplovcs. but not
I for sale or profit, a number of cigars
each year not exceeding f. per c< : '.
of the total ntlmber produced in h's
factory, without being required to pat.K
< the same in boxes or to stamp ?r pay
j any Internal revenue tax thereon. Also
thai every manufacturer of C'garettCS
shall put up all the r.l~arette be man
j ufacturos or has manufactured for
him, and sells or removes for con
MOVE ON WASHINGTON
Pertinent Comment
By GUS MALBERT.
Arthur Raymond, by your leave, ar.n
once again ? not B-U-G-S.
No, slree. He answers not to the i
I facetious prefix to the patronymic
? wherewith he entered this vale of tear
And -sorrow, and wherewith .sundry
and divers' scribes have boon wont to
trolt the famous Arthur he.cattae of
certain eccentricities.
Arthur Raymond arrives In the good?
ly eity of Richmond this A. M. along
with Hugh Mertennon, and his tribe ot I
"Pofflns" from Cincinnati, sometimes
called Rorkopolls. This afternoon he
will try to show that ho amount of
| dust can possibly jsr him from the
: sprinkling cart, lie experts to show
j Richmond In general and the Rebs In
j particular that he Is still BOtne pump
j kin when It comes to the twirling
game. The mere announcement that
I Raymond "Buge" Raymond?pardon
j the slip, but it came naturally?is go- j
ing to pitch should bring out a large
crowd of fans.
But Raymond Isn't the whole show
by any means. McKlrmon, as a great
hall, probably one of the best In the
t\ k: League, and a? he and the Rebs
will be fighting It out for third place,
ii is to be assured that he will ex
! horl his followers to. do their level
I best, for It would never do to return
I home with an empty hamper at the
hands of Richmond.
AI Ncwnham la after winning eight
out of ten games. He Gl ready has six
out of eight to ids credit, and as he
plays no favorites, he will try and
fool McKcnnon. Rill Taylor, the ladles'
man of the locals,' und a lob-no tell
I ritngor, win oppose Raymond. Bill has
.1usl one defeat to his credit since the
beginning of the season, and he has
no desire to lose any more, which Is
enough reason .to believe that he will
pitch his head off. Remember, the
game win begin at 4:30 o'clock in?
stead of 4:15, as heretofore. Umps
Tone will be the man with the indi?
cator.
Unpleasant report's from Washing?
ton have drifted this way .'igiin. It
appedrs that tins Diindon, of the Wash?
ington Club, has wired here stating
that the club had disbanded, and that
he wanted a Job. That Dtindon may
want a Job Is probable. It Is likewise
true that Dundon .Is a good-enough
hall flayer to land a Job. but, bo far
Aa can be learned, there la no truth
sumption or use. in packages or par?
cels containing ten. twenty, fifty or
100 cigarettes each, and shall securely
aflix to ea' li nf such packages or par?
cels a suitable stamp denoting the tax
thereon, and shall properly cuneel the
same prior to such stile or removal
1'or consumption or use under such
; regulations as the Commissioner of
Internal Itevcnuo shall prescribe; and1
all cigarettes imported from a foreign
country shall he packed, ntstnpcd, ahd
the stamps cancelled In like manne,
In addition tjo the import statin? Indi?
cating Inspection of the custom house
I be To re they are .withdrawn.
SUSFICiOUS CHARACTER
Sinn Arrested Here llelleved to Ds I
Wanted In Clinrlutteavlllr.
Gregory Lyackes, twenty-seven \
years old. was arrested yesterday uf- ;
I ternoon by Detective-Sergeants Wiley
I aigl Kell a in on lite charge of being !
I a suspicious character, suspected ol '
] being a fuglllve from lustlce from
j Charlottesvllle. Va.
j Wiley and Kelltim also arrested
Henry G, Williams, said to bi> a fugi
I live from DurVam, N. C. where he is.
wanted .,n a charge of falling to pro?
vide for h<s wife.
Colonel John 1?. Taylor.
? [.Special to The Tlmes-JDIspatch I
Wilmington. N. C, May 2:.?Colonel
! John Douglas Taylor, clerk" of the
State Superior Court here- and the lust
I of #the old Cape ,I?*enr planters, of
; Brunswick county, died here last night.
? ::ged eighty-two years, He was a
veteran of the Civil War, and com
I manded fort? of the lower Cape Fear
I and lost an arm in the battle of Ben
tcnvllle.
In the f .it thit the Washington Club'
Ihas disbanded.
1\ J, Mockabee, owner of l.'nlon
League Park , delivered an ultimatum
when he took* over the club. This ulti?
matum was tt- the effect that the ball
players would' bo paid when their sal?
aries were die. H-ilf cf what was
owed the men l as been paid, but Dun
Ion demanded rtll and wae told to get
out or he Banished. That evidently
caused him to send the telegram.
However, the dcdectlon of one man by
no means disrupts or disbands a 1 .1
foam. Mocknhcc Ifa reported to have
said that he dldnV- card If the v. :
oluh quit; he had Isinother to take tin
liehI at once. Hm- rumors will bo
afloat js long as tlile 1.*. R League if!
in Its Infancy. Evttry blow at thi
new organisation. lf.t opponents hi : ?
will toueh a vital spot. So far. If the
men who are at thn head *< It may
be believed, nbroiutelv no damage has
been done. In fact, t\ie surface hasn't
scratched. All of the Vhotjp dung have
simply caused the promoters to get
closer together.
New baseba? leagtA'*. especially
those outside th/* pale of organised
baseball, require careful nuturlnjr. it
the United States Leafnie magnate*
ar.- timid, or If they shfW n streak
of yellow, they are going to be licked
and jllcked good and plonty. They
must have grit and pluck, with stiff
backbones. Weathering tha first se?
son is the whole battle. Hut they must
act fairly. Hall players muttt be paid
their 'eularies, Tiiere should be no
disgruntled men on any tatm. One
ball player leaving a club can y.ell more
yarns, spread more reports, ^also or
true, than can he covered ury or de?
nied In a years'time. Va'r deallr.'jr, giv?
ing good baseball, and, winning (respect
by winning the confidence of toe-pub
lic, will Inevitably bring success. Je?
hl,lie croakers, or scandalmongers, or
enemies of any sort.
The Colts return to-day from Ports?
mouth, whero they won two out of
three games, a pretty good record on
the road. Jack Grlm's Shipbuilders
will furnish the opposition.
Insures good health
by dispelling poisonous
gases, caused by food
fermenting in the stom?
ach. It is Nature's own
remedy guaranteed to
cure
Dyspepsia,
Constipation,
Indigestion
and all Stomach
Troubles
"Clifford. Va.
"Leftwlrh Chemical Company:
'?Gentlemen,?T hurt fallen off from 147 pounds to 12? pounds
caused by Indigestion, etc. After tnklng Conquerlno IS days I
gained 7 pounds. I am now entirely well again and strongly ro
commend Conquerlne to any One suffering with stomach trouble.
"P. WILLS McQIXNIS."
Ask your druggist for OOXQUERINE and take it with the under
Btaning that we guarantee It will euro you or your money will be
refunded.
Sold in 25c, 50c and $1.00 bottlos at all drug stores.
Guaranteed under Pure Food nnd Drug Act of 190?. Serial No.
LEFT WICH CHEMICAL CO., Lynchburg, Va.
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