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June 10.?Thls day In the program of commencement exerclaea at the Unlveralty of Virgi? nia wan by no means crowded with tormal events. H was rather a, day of arrival and greeting, for, In spile of the fact that Sunday Ik an Import? ant division of commencement week, things do not move very rapidly until Monday evening. This evening has claimed the at? tention more Intensely than Is usual even here, becautc of :h'. fact that 6urvlvors of the student companies that left the university In the spring of 1861 were to appear and be seated on the rostrum. The fifty years that have passed since that memorable spilng have changed tn<-m from boys of heroic spirit, to "grlsr.led men of b?roic. memories. They were warmly received as they took their places on the platform. As they arrived at the university each alumnus of this little -,'roup re? ceive,] a numbered button, which, to? gether with a printed list on which each veteran'b name appeared with the same number as that on the but? ton, enabled all Interested to Identify thcin. and without formal Introduction to greet them In a manner that dis? closed the warm feeling entertained for them. The local camps of con? federate Veterans and Sons of Con? federate Veterans and the Albemarle Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confedcraov were orescnt in their honor. Address by Judge Speer. It was very apprcpr'ate to have an address on General Robert K. Dee and the Army of Northern Vlrg.nla. and fortunate that so distinguished and ar. omplthhed an ot.itor as Judge Emory Soeer. of Macon. Ga.. was se? lected to pronounce it. It was the case- of a veteran speaking to veter? an;., for Judare sneer entered the Con? federate service at the ;,ire of fifteen as a member of the Orphan Brigade of Kcntucklans. At Macon. on the occasion ot the latest Confederate reunion, he was appointed assistant adjutant-general with rank of lleu tennt-OOlonel In the- Kentucky Divis? ion. The speaker's fine tribute to Dee was heard with every manifests- j tlon of satisfaction. "Mott fortu? nately for American character." said Judge Speer, after referring to the passion of a furious Internecine war. "the magnanimity of popular govern? ment has ut length worked Its perfect work. Our rat'onal countrymen. North and South, to a man repel the slight? est Imputation on the military and personal honor of Robert E. L?ee. And more, they now concede that South? ern men may rejoice In the reunited nation, and yot yield not a heart throb of devotion to the> noble sol? diery of the South and their Incom? parable chieftain. Now. with the na? tional brotherhood restored, every Confederate soldier's grave will oe the trust Immortal of our reunited land." "Whether he sleeoa where the. withered leaves of the wilderness j rustle to the odiylng gust or In the dark swamps where the Mississippi pours Ms turbid volume to the gulf, or by the crystal waters of the Shen andoah, or hv Chlckamagua'a sullen flood there, 'honor points the hallowed spot where valor proudly sleeps.' Notwithstanding the perfect reunifica? tion In which all Americans of all sections reiolce. it Is true that un? qualified devotion to our country and our whole country has broadened but slowly down from precedent to prece? dent, while successive generations of the American people luve lived and died." The presence "t the alumni veterans calls to mind the fact that threo or four companies made up of students marched to the front from this uni? versity. The eloquent voice of Hol coml e had stirred them. Thteo of these companies were named "the Southern Guard," "the Sons of Liberty" and "the University Volunteers." But whether as members of these com? panies or otherwise, practically every student of the something} like- 700 found their way to the battlefields. On the walls of the rotunda at the uni? versity are bronze tablets containing the names of 600 of those who lost their lives In the military service of the Confederacy. a minute of tho faculty, dated April 16. 1S61, illus? trates the temper of the time: "The Governor of Virginia having, as was represented, authorized the volunteer companies at Charlottesvllle, In concert With companies at Staunton and othei places, to march to Harper's Ferry with a View of capturing it and se? curing the arms and machinery at that Pia, .- t,i the use ot Virginia In the at? titude of resistance she Is about to assume toward the wicked government at Washington, an Invitation was ex? tended by Captain b?ke, of the Albe mnrlc Rifles, to the two volunteer companies of students to join in the expedition. The invitation was re? ceived with so much enthusiasm by the university volunteers that the chairman. the faculty concurring, deemed It Inexpedient to oppose an of? ficial Interdict to its acceptance, it wns deemed best under the circum? stances to give the procedure the form of regularity by granting leave of absence for a week to such as ap? plied with a view of going on the ex? pedition. At the same time all under twenty-one years of age were earnest? ly advised not to go." Among the pfllcers of the student companies still living are: Second Lieutenant ,\ Go van Hill, Fifth Ser? geant William C. Day. and Frank S. Rolx rtson, orderly, both of the Univer? sity Volunteers; First Lieutenant <ieo. Hoss and Third Lieutenant John M. Payne, of the a'ons of Liberty. The following privates of the Southern Guard: Phil Barhour, William II. Chapman, .Tames M. Garnett, John R. Glldersleeve, Fdward H. Ingle, A. J. Lewi". T. B Mackali. W .Gordon Mo Cabe, Randolph II. McKIm. H. Clay Mlchle. W. P Moheure. l.lo>'d B. Stephehson and Vlrgtnlus Wrenn. The tollowing of ihe Sons of Liberty: R. Carter Rerkley, R. If. Cowper and John M. Preslon. and the follow'ng of the University Volunteers: W. W. Rnrgess, s. J. Coffman. Paul L. De Clouet, E. C3. Gwathmey, ,T. F. Mister and G. Julian Pratt. i Tho following Is a complete list of Stirred by Ilolcomhe. the survivors of students of the uni? versity, sessions 1861-5, who were tn the Confederate scrvleo, who are at? tending commencement: Veterans In Attendance. Alexander. M. J., private. Pitts? burgh. Penn. Anthony. J. R.. ma jr. West Palm Beach, Kin. Atkinson. H. A., dr.. private, Rich? mond, Vn. Harbour, P. P., captain. Gordons vlllc. Va. Beck With, T. S., private. Peters? burg, Va. Bolton. C, M-. lieutenant, Char lottesvllle. Va. Brooke, s S ? captain, Ronnoke, Va. Burgess. W. \\'.. sergeant. Orange. Va. Chapman. \v. II. lieutenant-colonel. Richmond, Va. Christian, .ludcc O. I?. sergeant. Richmond. \'a. Colt man, S. J., sergeant, Ivy De? pot. Va. Conway, Catlett, sergeant. Phila? delphia, 1 a. Davis. J. W. C, private. !la?ue I Va. j Day. Dr. \V. C, assistant surgeon. I Danville. Va. i De Clou^t. V. S., lieutenant, Lafey i ctte. Da, Dil wards. L R.. lieutenant. Frank? hin. Va. Fife. R. II. serg-ant. Charlottes* i vllle. Va. Frast r, Robert, private. Lahore. I Va. CJarnctt, T. S., adjutant. Norfolk, Va. (Iarnett, J. M.. captain. Baltimore, Md. Ulldersleeve, Dr. J. IV. captain, Richmond, Va. Gordon, Mason. lieutenant, Char? te ties vllle, Va. Green, S. S.. sergeant, CharPj3ton. W. Va. Gwatnmfv. .1. S.. pr'vate. Beulah vlllc. Va. Hints, Abner. private. Louisville, Va Howes. Dr. W. A., lieutenant. Char lottesvllle, Va. Hill. A. G.. captain. Trevlllans, Va. Holland. Dr. R. C, private, Salem, Va. lnKle, E. H., private. Washington, O. C. Johnston. RL Rev. J. s., private, fcan Antonl-o. Tex. Kagey, D. 1"-. hospital steward, New Market. Va. Kirk, it H.. private. Washington, D. C. Knotts. Dr. B. IL. private. North. |S. C Lay ton, Rev. D. M.. adjutant, North River. Va Lucas, James S., colonel Rouge Mont. N. C. McKim, Rev. R. H., lieutenant, Washington, D. C. Mlchle, IL C. captain. Charlottes ville. Va. Mlkell. T.. sergeant Edlsto Island. S. C. Minor. W. M., llenlenant, Char lottesvllle, Va. Moncure. Dr. W. p., captain, Fair? fax, Va. Parkhlll, Charles. private, Balti? more, Md. Payne, J. M., captain. Amhcrst, Va Perkins, W. M. corroral, Pulaskl, Va. Pratt, O. J.. captain, Waynesboro, Va. Robins, J. A.. private, Lester Manor. Va. Ross, Dr. George, assistant surgeon. Klchmond. Va Rutledge, Dr. C. A., surgeon Rut ledge. Md. Scott. T. M., private. Eastvllle, Va Shearer Rev. J. W., private, Somer vllle, N. J. Shepherd, H. E., lieutenant. Balti? more. Md. Stlrkley, K. E., private, Woodstock, mond. Va. Va. Tallaferro. W. M, lieutenant. Rich Thornton, R. A., lieutenant, Lex? ington. Ky. Tompklns. C. W., private. Gulneys. Va. Watson, .1. D.. adjutant. Charlottes vllle. Va. Wertenbaker. C. C, adjutant. Char lottesvllle, Va. Wilkinson, G. P., private. Raspe- | Arrow shirts ARE made by -*vjL the makers of "Arrow" collars of exclusive fast color patterns in correct and faultless fitting styles. $1.50 and $2.00 CLUETT, PEABODY & CO. MAKERS TROY, N. Y. DETROIT <i.\S HANGES. ALASKA REPHIftEltATOItS. OLD HICKORY FURNITURE. SOLD ONLY IIY J?RGENS For Oil Cooking and Heating Stoves See N. KLEIN * SON. ir.'Ci ?30 Eaat Broad Same Quality Every Day. PURITY ICE CREAM CORP. Monroe lb61 The Best Service in any public utility, such as water, gas. electricity, and so on, for any com? munity, can be provided ONLY BY A PUBLIC MONOPOLY. This TRUTH is self-evident to any m ? who will consider for a moment the Natural Laws and unescapable physi.ui conditions which govern such a public utility a3 electric light and power. There is no reason why any man should shy at the phrase "Public Monop? oly"?least of all any man who is willing to exercise his own sober, serious and deliberate judgment instead of joining in the turbulent and frothy applause so often bestowed on that which appeals only to men's passions. A public monopoly is a very different thing from a private monopoly. A private monopoly (exclusive possession of the trade in some commodity) may exist without any sort of public control. But in the field of public utilities an "uncontrolled monopoly" is a contradiction in terms-?an absurdity. The public utility company does not trade in commodities. It performs a public service. It cannot begin to perform that service?it cannot exist and do business at all?without first obtaining a grant of permission FROM THE PUBLIC. Do YOU mean to let any man tell you that the community which enfran? chises a corporation and has absolute power of life and death over that corpora? tion, cannot regulate and control its operations? Nonsense! If proper and suitable governmental agencies have not been designated and specifically em? powered for the purpose, there exists in every American community abundant governmental machinery for the creation of such agencies. In Virginia special and specific governmental agencies have been autho? rized, established and duly empowered; and the Virginia Railway and Power Company, both as to its electric light and power business and as to its street railway business. IS SUBJECT TO FULL AND COMPLETE REGULA? TION AND CONTROL BY BOTH THE CITY AND THE STATE. Furthermore, this company right now is providing SERVICE OF THE BEST QUALITY, UNSURPASSED SERVICE, SATISFACTORY SER? VICE, at rates that are EXCEPTIONALLY LOW. COMPETITION IN THE PROVIDING OF ANY PUBLIC UTILITY IS NOT REGULATION. The only way competition "regulates" ser? vice IS TO DEPRECIATE ITS QUALITY. The only way competition "regulates" rates for public service IS TO MAKE THEM HIGHER FOR ALL FUTURE TIME. The PUBLIC has to PAY, PAY, PAY, and THE EXPLOITER OF THE COMMUNITY gets the money. More about this in to-morrow's paper. Virginia Railway and Power Company, William Northr?p, President. Service Talk No. 22 June 11. 1912 luirg. Md. Wills, W. S? prlvute, Covington, Va. Withers. Dr. W. I*, assistant sur? geon, Roseland. Va. Wronn. V.. surgeon, Amelia Court? house. Va. Wright. P. .1 . captain. Carls, Texas. Wright. Judge T. R. B.. lieutenant, Tappahannock, \'a. Other Survivors. Below are other survivors of the student companies, who arc not in at? tendance on the commencement exer? cises: Assistant Surgeon James 1* Abra? hams. Houston, Texas; Sergeant Rob tit c'. Berkeley, Morgahtown, W. V.i Sergeant Kdwin Uowle, Hague, V.l.. Sergeant Benjamin B. Burgees, Orange,I Vs.; Captain William M. Byrd, Wood lawn, Ala.. Lieutenant Robert II.I Cowper, Mail?.inc. Ga.; Assistant Sur-' gcon (Dr.) William C. Day. Danville. Va.; Captain (Rev.) W. r. 1 Minna Way.. Pinkardsvillc, Va.; Captain and A, I? C. (Professor? Basil L. Olldersleeve.l Johns Hopkins University. Baltimore, Md.; Private Edward u. Ownthmey, Taylorsville, Va.; Sergeant Alfred T. Harris. Jr., Rlclimotkd; Captain Dave O. Jackson, Lebanon, Tenn.; Private J. ii. Jacocks, Norfolk, Va.; Brigadier Qencral Robert D. Johnston, Birming? ham, Ala.: Private James P. Jones, Mltcon, Miss.: Major Richard W. Jones, Laurel, Miss.: Private Thomas R. Joynes, Baltimore, Md.; Sergeant Pale n>on J. King. Homo, (in.; Captain Rob? ert K. Lee, West Point. Va.; Captain Alfred .1. Lewis. New Orleans, La.; Sergeant John McL> McBride, Blacks burg, Va.; Adjutant William Gordon McCabc. Richmond; Lieutenant Thos B. Ma,kail. Baltimore, Md.; Major Ooorge K. Miller, Talladcga, Ala.; Pri? vat,, .lames McC. Miller, Columbia. Va.. Private Thomas C. Mlllti, Lynchburg, Va.; Lleut.-Col. James S Mister. Kan? sas City, Mo.; Capt. Adraln S. Morgan. Wnrrenton. Gn.; Private Jno. T. Motley, Burnct, Texas; Private (Dr) William W. Murray, Suffolk, Vu.; Captain John M. Preston. S. v. n Mile Kord. Va.; Sei-, gennl Oscar R.i.-rson. Louisville, Ky.t Lieutenant Krank s. Robertson. Ab Ingdon. Va,.; Assistant Surgeon ti>r. > Peter r. Scott, Kranktown, Va.; Prl Viite It. O. Simpson, i'?urman. Ala.; Private Daniel E. linger Smith. Charleston, 8. C: Captain Lloyd B. St. phenson, San Antonio, Texas; Pri? vate (Dr.) Frank Tallafcrro, Carlisle, Ohio; Private Steven? M. Taylor, Washington. D. C; Sergeant William l.yre Taylor. Norfolk. Va.: Captain' William Tallaferro Thompson. High-] lands, n". <' : captain James M. Wall, Wadesboro, N C; Surgeon Charles A.l Ware. St. Louis. Mo.; Private Leroy B.I Williams, Anchorage, Ky.; Captain] Jesse 1'. Williams, Atlanta. Ga.; Prl-j vate Nathaniel H- Willis, Charlestown. i W. Va.: Nuleutenant D. Glraud Wright, Baltimore, Md. ( CI.K.IiIt M'KS IXMVHIISAnv OK BATTLE OK IMG nK.THKI. (Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch. ] Hampton. Va.. June 10.?The fifty first nnnlversary of the battle of Rig Bethel, the first contest In tho 'Civil War, wap celebrated to-day C3 the hat tie-grounds. The Confederate or ganlzatlona of York county had charge of the exercises. A large crowd was present from all sections of Tidewater. Mayor Thornton P. Jones, of Hampton, was the master of ceremonies, and the speakers "f the day were Harry ft. Houston, member of the House from Elisabeth City county, and the Rev. E. Pendleton Jones. I), o., pastor of the Hampton Baptist Church. Catbell?Oil berth [Special to The Times-Dispatch.] Hampton. Va? June 10.?Miss Stella Woodards Gilbert and Raymond Page Cathell wore married he-re to-night In th.- home of the Rev. A. Walter Roaten, pastor of the Rast Hampton Methodist Church. Doctor Tells How to Shed Bad Complexion We cannot restore degenerated facial tis- I ?U? any more than we can rcatore a lost limb. It Is u?ele.?? to attempt In convert a worn-out complexion Into a new one. The j rational procedure Is to r?-m,>\?- the com- I pl?5lon lahieatl?remove the devitalized I cuticle. Not by surgical means, however, a9 ihe underlying euils Is too ihm. too len? der, to withstand Immediate exposure. Ap? plying ordinary mercollsed wax will grad? ually absorb the offending cuticle. Hy de? grees, a new, youthful skin appears; a idtln soft and delicately tinted in a rose petal. No lady need hesitate 10 try this. Pro- I cure an ounce of mercollsed wnx of the j drug-gist. Spread on a thin layer hcinre I retiring, removing this in the morning with snap an.l water. In from one to two weeks the complexion I? completely transformed. I An approved treatment (or wrinkles is I provided by dissolving an ounce of now-1 dercd saxollte In a half-hint witch hazei. Bathing Iho fnce In the solution hrlngs prompt results.?Dr. Rupert Mackenzie In Popular Medicine. REFRIGERATORS $8.00 to $37.00 ROTHERT & CO. 319-321 E. Broad St. UK MAKK A SPKCI.V1.TV of packing household goods and china 1 for shipment Rountree-Sutherland Cherry Corporation 1I1.11S-11R West Urond Street. Shirts'1^50 -At Greerrtre&s STATUE UNVEILED TOHENRY L.VKYATT [Spec lal to The Tlmcs-Dlspatch. 1 Rulelph. X. C, Juno lu_In deliver? ing the address for the unveiling of the bronze statue of Henry U Wyatt in (Capitol Square here to-day, Major E. J. Halo, >>f Fa'yettevllle, reviewed North Carolina's part In the Inception of the Civil War and narrated most Interestingly the story uf the battle of Bethel, tifty-one years ngo, and the heroic part Young Wyatt had in it through It's volunteering w'th five others to make the dungerous dash Into etile enemy's lines tu burn a house be? hind which Federal sharpshooters wer? sheltered. Major Hale sketched u de? tail the most Interesting features of young Wyatt'H lifo from Ms b'rth lu Richmond until his death. The unveiling ceremonies began with a parade which moved up Faycttcvllle Street to Cap'tol Square at noon. It Was under direction of Adjutant-Gen? eral R. u l,cluster. The Confederate veteran section was commanded by General Julian S. fair and his adju? tant, Major H. A. London, of Pitts horo. Military companies In line were from Fayettevllle, Tarboro and Frank Inton, The opening feature was ft touching invocation by Rev. A. l>. Botta, the venerable chaplain of the Thirtieth North Carolina Confederate Regiment, Mrs. F. M. Williams, president of the North Carolina Daughters of the Con? federacy, reviewed the efforts of the Daughters to provide the statue, and state Renator I. V. Bassett, of Rocky Mount, tobi of the part the General Assembly had lti the work. Then Gov? ernor Kltchln areepteil In Utting terms the statue, which was unveiled amid Ihe f ring of military salute, the rib? bons hjclng drawn by Master Henry Wyatt. kinsman of fhc Bethel hero. Taps brought to a .lose the lmpio? Slve ceremonies. ItnmKej- Pltehe? \o-lll( (.nine. Charlotte, N. C, Juno 10.?Manager Ramsey, of the Anderson team of the Carolina Association, pitched the tirr-t no-bit game of the season against Greenville this afternoon,- winning 1 to o. Pitcher Van Polt, of the Char? lotte team, allowed Winston its drsl hit after one was out in the eighth inning of to-day's game, being pitted against Ray, who defeated Charlotte In three successive games last week. CAUGHT AFTER IT YEARS. Negro Who Killed Employer In IS Arrested at Rocky Mount. Wilmington. N. C, June 10.?After enjoying his liberty sevrnteon years. Tom McKannon. n negro fifty-Six years old, has been arrested a; Rocky Mount, N, C, and la being ukci bacX to-night to Bennettsvllle, B. 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