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Conic to the store to-day and you'll be surprised what excel? lent fabrics you'll find on the Remnant Tables that can be bought ? at far below the price of the same article in the full piece: REMNANTS OF Silks. Laces, Ribbons, Dress Goods, White Goods, Linens, Wash Goods, Embroideries, Etc. Besides, there are mans- ready-to wear garments, accessories i and household articles which have become odd or broken in assort jr-meht that will be sold accordingly. White Goods , EXTRA SPEC1?I Fim ' Plaid and Checked Lawns and original 12:jc and 15c grade?, at. p< r yard WHITE PIQt E 'di'.im welts, .1 , and a rcniarl Small and true quality 10c d mc 15c Remnants White Lawns, Suitings Piques and . other White Goods in Remnants at JjLthcsc special reduced prices! Values to 10c yard .it.... 5c Values to 20c yard at. i.. 10c Main Flobr. French and German Val. Laces, 5c yd. Edges and Insertion to match newest designs?widths from ',' to 2 inches. An extra large assortment of these lares were just received and placed on a booth for special Friday selling. Remnants The largest lot of remnant* of I.aces e have ever had will be i n -ale Fiji iv at very low prices for quick .-riling. r1/at'f? Floor. 25c Silk Taffeta Ribbons, 1 9c yd. inches wide; .1 Pure Silk Taf? feta Ribbon of good heavy quality, very suitable for hair hows, etc.; an excellent value. Main Floor educec 1 Pri rices on R all Summer Parasols N'ov.'s the time to secure your Para? sol at a great saving in price: $2.98 Parasols at $I.')S Pure -ilk. in a wide variety of fancy effects? popular styles in all colors. $5.00 Parasols at $3.50?High Grade Faric\' Parasol- in various col? ors?wonderful values. $2.00 Parasols at $1.48 5i lid Color Parasols in pure -ilk (riot the silk mixed so often seen elsewhere at n similar price); shown in hunter's green, king's blue, red, American beauty and black. Second Floor. Children's Hats at 39c Each Shown in Milan, rough straws and pongees. Samples ranging in \ title tip to $2 i; to be ? lost d out 1Q Friday at . J s C Infants' Caps?Dutch and French st> es, of excellent quality embroid? ery. Regular 50c Gaps; Kri- OQ? da\ only at ..., *v/C Children's Hat*, consisting of real Milan, patent Milan, peanut braid and Panama, in plain and fancy ef '$198 Second Floor. White Crochet Hand Bags A special purchase of White Ham Crochet P.'igs, in extra sizes. A vcr; popular article that is regu? larly $1.75 each; our spe? cial price. SI.25 WINDOW SHADES?Made to Order HARTSHORN'S" 2wAPt rtov.utfw At Red need Prices Window Shades of imported oil opaque, mounted on Hartshorn Improved Rollers, made in the best possible manner, in any width and length*required, at the following prices: Shades in White or Tan 30 inches by 6 feet.45c 3.S inches by n feet.50c ?12 iiiclic- by 6 feet.55e 5 ? inches by 6 feet.75c 30 inches by 3S i i a lies by ?12 inches' by 54 inches b\ feet. feet. feel. feet. 50c 60c 65c Shades in Green 45c I 54 inch Only bv ; f, .SO inches by 6 feet.45c I 54 inches by 7 ice..85c 54 inches by 6 feet.75c | The hbiive.extraordinary low prices represent an average saving of about'40 per .cent, i bey will be in force fot a short time only, so act prompt ly. 7'AiW Floor. tiR a conference with United ?ntnlssioner Ii. K, Cabell, In Attorney .io!.:i a. Lamb, charged with infringements federal law a touching the TT ME ?????.?:?') SAVINGS BANK RICHMOND tii? CMAIM ST. Many rich men of to-day started V.\* x>'jr>r. I f -t: -:\ - of economy ihnft once acouircd lead to sue I UNITED ST?TI ISITAHY ORDINANCE GOES TD MAYOR TO-DAY With the ti'd of two assistants; C'ty Clerk Bch "'. iVitRust completed yes- j ?? ii .y tin- enro)ihenl of the ordinance embodying the terms under which the ? power fraticlilso to ttto Ittchmond and . Ilenrlco Hallway Thfc ordinance will 1 ~e presented to the Mayor this, morn ? I volveti law points connected with the. ' tjn grin(lUestlbn of policy In? j vbl\led; t 11 < I - ? r the charter the Mayor! ? on either way within five dais II \" -\ cOiiien ;i liw Without ili" approval of j ? ordinance directs ihc Cljy! ? I four weeks, and after completion of! ? . ill; granted in accordance with; I. ? the Mayor for his approval lo I.minds and Building 1 'om mince will meet to-night and taiio I up the fltii stlon of awarding n con- ! ! tiact f..r the park music, and of Pro- '; ! vidlr.g band Stands and other arrange mvutM for the Stimmer concerts. AMONG THE SPEEDERS < \ralnwl ii t: \\.I I? Continued i" ? ???II? r i ourt. ?I I?. Wood, who ?Iii ,ur. ftfrt W?Sn?8ii?v : ? wn? tnk-n la ihr Hmnd Poll?-? Station, I -tre he yen t.al.td bv ha f?:i.kr. J negro held for capital crime Attacked While on Broad Street Road With Her J.it tic Brother. SCREAMS SAVED HER LIFE Victim Too 111 to Identify Richard Quales, Who May Go to Meat!', (.'hair. Charged with attempted criminal as? sault upon Miss Maggie ltoblnson, an ! i Ighteen-yenr-old white girl reslditig I in Scott 's Addition, in the western sec? tion of the city, Richard Quales. a young colored man. was lodged In the lienrlco c< unty Jail yesterday without bail. The crime 1? alleged to have taken place at u o'clock Wedlosdav night on a deserted section oZ the Broad Street Road, near the western limits of the city. Ni ws ,->f the assault was telephoned ysierdny morning to jailer c,ari'e:t l.y County Officer .1. j, OonnOl, who rif.de" in the neighborhood. ?Ii sup? plied the authorities with n descrip? tion of thb man. and his arrest fol? lowed a few hours later. The neti" uns carried to tho county Jail at 11 <? el.irk yesterday morning, and will p. kept there pending j csltlvc Identitlca ll?n by the young woman. Accordinir to the story told by Miss Hoblnson aixl an eight-year-old brolii or u ho accompanied her, they were 0:1 their way home niter a visit ro a friend In the neighborhood, when n 1 1 ;?!<? Jumped from concealment by lh.3 roadside and attneked her. A struggle ensued, In the course of which the young woman was thrown to trie ground and otherw.se bruised. Mnr ! screams for help. It seems, frightened j her assailant, who gnvo up his attack I and fled. Vriirn Ttlkcn llefore t;lrl. Quales was arrested at o o'clock yesterday morning by County Ofllcr 1: Tiller from the comparatively complete description furnished by the e:rl, and was at once taken to her for Identification, Miss Hoblnson. how? ever, according to the officers, was le? nervous and wrought up nbout the af? fair to give any reliable testimony o 1 this score, and the negro was taken to Jail to await her complete recover"; Both the uirl and her brother dlscov. ered a striking resemblance between the prisoner and the assailant, but nel- | '.her could say with cettalnty that he j whs the right man. The hoy thought | that Qualo was a little larger than tiie man that Is wanted, but both were In too highly excited a condition to identify him beyond question. The neirro appears to be about twen? ty-five years old and Insists upon his innocence. Shortly after his arrest he 1 told the authorities that he was pre ,:. i to prove an alibi, and gave the liami of a frin'ed with whom he said he was at the time the assault Is said to have been attempt' 1. When approached by the officers, how. vor. the man de? nied having been with him or having seen him at all that night. Quale has employed Attorney Hill Carter to defend him, and the lawyer was in conference with him yesterday. Bending the complete recovery of the girl, he was held without ball yesterday 1 v Magistrate T. .1 Puryear He will :. given a hearing as soon as the girl ..: i her brother aro able to appear in IN POLICE COURT Ilenvj Fo-urUi ?f July Docket With Many < onvlctiona. P. Barney was arraigned in the Po?cn | ;'ourt yesterday morning on two char^ei of I resisting Policemen Walker and GulUralth. I II- was lined 110 mi one thjrjt und dismiss? ed on ill' other. Arcs Cantos Hint J. C. Sears were up for j tighlhig in the streets anil paid J: >ach. | lt. H. Conway was "harmed will) assault-! n._- W, Tille:- with a rise"*. The. cane went 'nrr to July 15. and Conway gave ? nond in the sum <>r 1504 tor his appearance. ! W. ?. Burnley went his security. Robert p.oMnsoi, ?ns sent to Jail fjr ijlrtjr ,l:os .'or stealing Jii from Myrtle Spence. The case of William Tlnaley. colored. 1 ehurired with shoutlm; Roosevelt .Tuclcson, was continued to July 1.1. as was r.lso Tlnsley's counter-charge that Jackson stole hi* trouters. Kdward Wlngfleid. colored, suspected of forgery, was turned over to the fnlted Sinn? authorities. Thomas f. MlUer ar.d o?orc* B. Wallace, - ispeeted of being deserters from the navy, v ere delivered lo the United States author? ities Frc'ii Pow.es was fined j;o and nut undir M r -\ of S'.W for thirty days tor heing disorderly. The rase of W. P. Forties and TV. P. Forbes, reported for ohstrurtlnir K>venth Struct with or:. I-:.-., was postponed and will he tried this morning. HIT BY NEGROES White Man'? Hend 11 nil I y 1 ? ?< us Beisult of Strerl Jtulu. n N Johnson, a white man, was tn m i yesterday afternoon for a se? vere gn'sh in his head by Dr. Bul I " '?<? of the fclty Amhulnnre. Two negroes, Joseph and John Pickles, were arrested and placed in Ihe First Police Station charged with the assault. In the tistht Johnson succeeded In slightly w< Unding one of them. According lo the white man. wlf said that )-<- lived at the corner of Twenty-eighth and S Streets, he was uttkeked :-v the negroes, one holding him wh :?? the other hit him over the hend with a brick. He was r.hle to go home without assistance after be'ng treated by Dr. BullOCK. CHAIN OF STORES FOR WORKINGMEN Leaders Plan, to Fight High Cost of Living by Co-Opcra tive Scheme. CONSUMERS TO GET PROFITS Stores Will Apportion Earnings Among Customers on Basis of Purchases. At n conference between representa? tives of the State Federation of Labor ami the Farmers' Co-operative and hid ucatlonal Union; held at Murphy's Hotel yesterday morning at 11 o'clock, plans were formulated calling for the estab? lishment In the near future of co-oper? ative stores'in Newport News', Rich? mond, Norfolk and Clifton Forge, it was decided to apply at once for a charter Incorporating the company, with a capital of from $1,000 to $50,000. The corporation win be known us the "Union Producers' and Consumers' Co-operative Company." It will follow clos. iy the lines of similar enterprise s in Europe, particularly the well-known co-operative store system In force in England, in that country, according to the labor leaders in session yester? day, the stores have filled a genuine economic need and have saved Working men many thousands of dollars In Co cheapened cost of necessities. Dividends to Customers. Roughly sketched, the plan Is to open , stores in thriving manufacturing towns having a large working population and j located in the centre of an agricultural ? ommunlty. The stores will buy all products of the farm at the current ! market price and resell them to con sinners at a nominal prosit In turn. | tlie stores will undertake to supply the I farmers with all Implements and sup? plies they themselves heed, at a narrow margin of profit. 'Mice a year or oftener. the total earnings of the co-operative stores are to be distributed to the customers, the profits being apportioned in ratio to the total amount of purchases during the accounting period, A record will be kept by the stove of every purchase made by individuals. Except for the pi out-sha ring feature, the stores will be conducted in the same manner - as other enterprises In the same Held. It is expected by the found- i ers thut the co-operative stores will ( ha.ve nn important bearing upon the retail prices charged In the communi- | ties where they will b? located, re? sulting in a lessened sost of living. To "pen In Newport Nimi?. The committee In -barge of the pre? liminary plans for the project Is com? posed of II. I* Kuller, of Newport' News: B Winchester. Clifton Force, and R. E Li. Hlckman. Roanoke. for the State Federation of Lahor: I). M. Blank enshlp. Campbell: C. S. Gordon, Royrt ton. and George T. Bridgeport, Lunen burg, for the Farmers' Union. The cdmnflttee is proceeding under the di? rection of the executive hoards of the two organizations, both of which took part in yesterday's meeting. The conference was presided over by E. <'. Davlson, of Richmond, president Of the State Federation of Labor. It Is planned to establish the first stor." about September 1 In Newport News, the experiment will be tried out next In Richmond, and stores will be later opened In Norfolk* Clifton Forge and such other points as may be designated by the officers and board of directors. PRISONER HAD MONEY lior lie Lest i. ed I'llrr of It Before Reine ixrested. H. L* nrnnch. drunk lind with a hand-J full of money, was taken !n charge! by officers .?f tha First police District] last night. When he was removed t->! the cell he had $.17.?O on his pei ?o.i. I It 111 when seen a short while before lt| Wns said that he carried morn than. J $100. Two men were arrested on Sus- ( pii ion of having robbed him. hut were Inter r. ,1. . r.o evidence developed I ?against them. It 's thought that, Branch dropped his money In 'he street, as the policemen maklivs the I arrest foxind a l'ose la bill fluttering In his wake. A. P. Profit! was arrested on the charge of cursing and abusing Kthel i Kernes, nnd he in turn swore out a '. like warrant against tho woman. The cases will h? heard In the Police Court] ! this morning. < In lik,- manner William Bowles nr.d ?usi<> ( onway were charged with be? ing disorderly aiol assaulting Ellen ; Parham, while Mien nnd William War j ien were served with a warrant eharg | Ing that they beat Bowles REBUILD PARTY WALL Heel, Spends I mirth Wll t eh I tiK Projc ri-*>i of \r?v Murphy's Hotel. In order to safeguard life and prop? erty <n the building adjoining Mur? phy's Hotel on Broad Street occupied by Bhchrack's loan office. Building In? spector He. k yesterday ordered the building shored up and a. new party wall constructed. The excavations for the new Murphy's Hotel must go some distance below the old party wall, which Is already in bad condition, very thin and pulling away from the hti'ld ?ng It supports ' ward the top. A house on North Nineteenth Strct . also came under Mr. Bock's observation 1 yi rday and v is ordered repaired. Marriage License. A marriage Icense was Issued In the clerk s office ol ? Hustings Court yeiter day to Clyde r, Matthews, of Jv.inenburi; county, and M'.-s Mary Walker, of this Were reported to the Richmond police in one day recently, tin- losses including jewels, .1 gold cross and chain, two watches .nid several rings. Thist alls attention to the fact that THERE IS No PLACE OF ABSOLUTE SAFETY IN YOUR PRI? VATE MOM E. This has boon proven again and again. Had these valuables been placed in the steel vault of the American National Bank OF RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, there would have been six disappointed and unsuccessful thieves, the jewels would have been safe from fire and bur? glary, and this would never have been written to you, though \vc are always telling you in one way or another where you can get SECURITY AND SERVICE. Safe Deposit Boxes, $3.00 Per Annum and Upwards. DEMOCRATS SEE CHANGE AT HOME Figure That Wilson Will Be Under No Obligations to Virginia Machine. BAND-WAGON JUMP AMUSING Byrd and Smith Get Cordial Greeting on Return From 1 taltimorc. Republican office-holders and Demo? crats who hope to be turned yesterday to the big newspapers of the country to lind what the press thought of Wood row Wilson's nomination. There was not much comfort for Republi? cans. The general editorial tone seemed to indicate that Wilson would sweep the country, that Roosevelt's Hull Moose party would not amount to anything at all, and that President Taft would be literally crushed under an avalanche of Democratic votes While Democrats in former cam? paign years predicted wildly that Bryan?three times?ami Parker?once ?would win. they never believed It at heart. But now they do. They are convinced. May Cripple Mai blue. Rut. like the Republicans, machine leaders who fought Wilson at every stage, and only Jumped Into the band wagon when they were Impressed with the tremendous demand for his nomi? nation, realized?without admitting it ? that under the new administration the machine would not be dictator In Virginia affairs. Long recarded as a part of the big organization, Richard Evelyn Byrd practically broke away from It when he took charge of Wil? son's campaign In this State, .lust be- I fore the Baltimore convention he an? nounced thnt he had retired from he- i tlve politics. Senator Martin. In an interview In Baltimore, asserted'that he was for anybody but Wilson. Swan son was for Underwood or Clark, while Flood, one of the ''big four." was t'n derwood's champion. Mr. Byrd and Marry St. George Tucker gambled on Wilson's chances, and they are about the happiest men In Virginia to-day. 1 People Behind Wilson, Mr Ryrd's greeting when he re- 1 turned here on Wednesday night satis- ! lied him that the people wr re behind Wilson. Naturally, the public has as? sumed that in the even; r,t Wilson b election Mr. Byrd will be the consult inc power In Virginia. Then. If Mr. ' Tucker should be elected Governor] It ' Is argued that he. too, would have' strong influence at tne White House. The whole thing opens up a wild held at political speculation. There may be a new alignment, politically, the one chance for Republicans rtbW in office lies In the fact that Governor Wilsons record proved that he believ? ed In the evil service system. He joes not believe In turning out a go) I Republican to make room for a n Democrat. Politicians naturally resent that policy, although It is unreasonable I to assume that the public would re? sent It. The discussion thus far has rather swung around Republicans who may lose out. There has not been much discussion ns to who might be ap? pointed postmaster or district attor tiew or United States marshal In the < ven of a Democratic victory. Repub? licans who have fed long at the Fed? eral trough seem to (eel that in a year or se? they must go to work. Couldn't t'uderatnnd Attack. The public moreover has never been ' able to understand why the machine In I so many Slates opposed the New Jer? sey Uovernor* Rut the delegates in I Baltimore. during that memorable deadlock, found out what t:.c pcopic at home thought about it. At o'clock I Tuesday morning th.y admitted that they were In the air. that they might be forced to remain In Baltimore a week loncer. Hut the countrywide de? mand for Wilson had its effect, the world knows. There were not many, ??"lark people In Richmond. A :e? of the old-timers advocated Harmon. I who never hod a look-in. nnd Just about as many stood behind rr.de: wood. Night after nicht In two of the theatres on Broad Street the! crowds cheered vociferously when Wll-I son's picture was flashed nn the screen. But the ward politic.ans like the machine leaders, were against him 1 Smith, Byrd and Tucki r. Governor Mann, at heart, was for1 Wilson. lie said as much before he left for Baltimore. H. M. Smith. Jr.. like Mr. Byrd. was a dyed In the wool Wilson msn to the very end. and the only Wilson delegates from the Third ' District. So was Tucker. When Sena? tor Swanson stood <,n a chair near the finish and announced that Virginia would give Wilson twenty-four votes ? alter Illinois had changed and rea>'.ly turned the tide?Byrd, Tucker nndj Smith started a demonstration which j extended far. The talk wns that Vir? ginia would wrestle awhile with Wll SOtl, and if he dropped back the who), delegation, under the unit rule, would he swung to UnderWood. But It never had th* chance. When I!!, no is br \r away from Clark the Jig was tip. Mr. Sm't'n shared with Mr Byrd the warm greeting yesterday from Rich? mond people who advocated Wilson's nomination. The prediction was made yesterday by a "national Republican" that Pres? ident Tart would not poll 50? votes in Richmond. Vliginta Democrats who strayed away are coming back. Scores of Democrats, however, announced n week ago that they would not vote for cpirk. Somehow they did not lIKe him nereabout. And the opinion heard on every hand is that Wilson Will sweep the country and thnt his election will bring about changed conditions 'n the party in this State?conditions which will further cut down the Republican vote in national elections. i homas S. and i lioiuns l\ Tn regard to the Ryan matter. The TimeS-DlSfiatch JIIc.m show that ac? cording to the report telegraphed from the State convention in Norfolk on May "Thomas S. Ryan" was named At a delegate to Baltimore from the Tenth District. The official list of delegates, furnished by j. x. Rrena mim, secretary of the Norfolk ednveh I tton, and published In The Times -Dis? patch "ii lone 11. -bowed that "Thomas I". Ryan" was tne delegate from the Tenth District. Mr. Ryan was not a delegate from Virginia to the Democratic National Convention In Denv< r four years aso. The Tenth District delegates were Ed? ward Echols and Hal D. Flood. REQUISITION PAPERS -a* Chief of Police K. M. I.lppcomh, of Staun? ten, came to the city yesterday to obtain renm"11papers for Claudius Johnson, colored, wsnted In that city for a capital crime. Johnson is now under Surveillance Ir. New York AS the Oovrrnor was not In ?he city Chief I.lpSCOIpb left his papers with Detect I ve-C.aptaln MdMahnn, who. n.fter obtaining the Governor's signature, win fot ward them to New York, Johnson was indicf.i in the Corporation Court of Staunten. After the prund Jury found a true hiil the nesro was admitted lo h'lll and Immediately left the State. For some time nothing could be heard from lilin. Ho was recently located In Now York. Refined Style Is evident in every garment offered in this unusual sale. Hundreds of men's and young men's two and three piece suits which sold as high as $28.00 Now $16.00 Gans-Rady Company CLIFTON IKON KILLED BY HORSE Died an Hour After Being In? jured From Hemorrhage of the Erain. | Clifton 1* llobson. of 014 Thirty-' ilrst Stroet, an employo of the Amerl-| can siiec'. Lighting Company, tiled j yesterday afternoon at 0 o'cIock as the insult or being kicked by a horse about an hour before. Though the wound was very painful .It was not at llrst considered serious, und Mr. llobson was able to drive from the scene of the accident, about half a mtlU beyond tho Laurel Reformatory, to th? reformatory grounds, where medi? cal aid was waiting. This took an hour, and he died as the physicians and nurses wero ministering to him. Hi* acnth was the Immediate result of a hemorrhage of the brain. Mr. llobson. along with his mother and sister, i.n<3 other iclatlves. Went out yesterday afternoon beyond toe n formatory for a picnic, and in pass-] ir.g by th: school took several of tho Initiates. When they decided to return I home, he reached over the horse's | nick to untlo the rein. Suddenly th?>! animal started, throwing him to the ground. Then Unding Itself looso the! horse bolted, kicking at the same time.] One hoof sir.ick Mi. Kobson on th? head and the other on the chest. | Though stunned for the time and suf-j f'-r'.r.g greatly, he soon recovered suf-| In lentis- to enter the buggy und start-! ed on tho return trip. On the way. he even noticed that a piece of tho har? ness was wrong and insisted on net? ting out and fixing It. When the reformatory was reached.' he seemed very much better and those with hint felt no apprehension Hen was stretched on tho grass for tho' physician's examination and died while they were working over him. tie was unmarried and leaves a mother and one sister. Arrangements' for the funeral had not been completi 1 laM night. ENEMIES TRYING 10 AROUSE IRISH Unfair Attack on Wilson Fails ' to Get Up Indignation Meeting. The first unfair utt^ck on Wpodrow Wilson appeared in a Washington dis? patch printed In The Times-Dispatch ' yesterday morning, and uatiirally it' aroused many good people to the point of wrath. Congressman Rodenberg, <.>' Illinois, who culled at the White House to assure the President of his re-electionr Liter gave out an Inter? view, In which he quoted front Gov? ernor Wilson's book. "The Amerb ill Vtt -pie." Mr. HodcnL,e.'K was quoted us follows: I "Wo Will shoot Woody >> llson so full of holes In November he won't know what struck him. If thero Is nothing else to do It, his fifth volume of 'The Ani-rlcan People,' pages 212 to tan. ought to do the Job. In thin he practically says thru, a CMhaman Is far better than the people from Southern Kurope. an1 compares the Irishman to the Chlnamau, to the dis? advantage of the Sons of Erin." Mr. Wilson did nothing of tho sort. Many Richmond people who are nat? urally proud of their Irish blood c'.e dared yesterday that if Congressman Rodenberg had quoted correctly from Wilson's book, they would urge that us Indignation meeting be held, and thut a club be formed to work for the election of President Taft. U will hardly bo necessary to do that, for nn examination of Governor Wilson's honk shows nothing that by any form of reasoning could be e?iistrued as an attack on the Irish. On pages 212 and 213 Governor tVll son speaks of the sturdy stock which has come to this country from North? ern Europe, and elsewhere refers In eulogistic terms to the fine character Of the Scotch-Irish. It might be well, however, to finally dispose of the Rod? enberg charge by quoting from the pages he calls to mind: "Through the century men of the sturdy stock of Northern Kurope had made up the main strain of foreign blood, which was every year added to the vital working force of the 'country, or else men of the Latin .Gallic stock of France and Northern i Italy ; but now there came multitudes ? ?! men Of the lowest class from the j f-'oulh of Italy and the men of the I meaner sort out of Hungary and Po? lland, rnen out of the. ranks where there was neither skill nor energy, lior any Initiative of quick Intelligence: land they came In numbers which In? creased front year to year as If the i the countries of the south of Kurope were disburdening themselves of the most sordid nnd 'hapless elements of [their population, the men whose stand? ard of life and work was such as 1 American workmen had never dreamed j of hitherto." I Inasmuch as Ireland is In Northern ! Europe, and Inasmuch as Mr. Wilson, In tin part of his history assails di? rectly or indirectly the Irish people. Mho Rodenberg charge will hardly attract attention hereafter. Richmond Corrugated Paper Company Manufacturers CORRUGATED BOX KS, WRAPPERS, PARTITIONS, Et:., 817-819 N. Seventeenth St. Works, Office, Phone Monroe 3271 Madison 257 SAYS WILSON IS S ELECTED Carter Glass Believes Jersey Map. Will Poll Biggest Vote Since Cleveland. Carter- Glans, represcntatlvc In Con? gress r:om tho Sixth District, believes ih.a Woodrow Wilson will poll the, higgest popular vote since the clcc* tum of Cleveland. In his opinion, the, Governor of New Jersey Is already ..a good as elocter, and present bone Itclarles of Republican patronage may us well begin at once to seek for paaturci noW. "A4 one of the two Virginians who miido speeches at the Norfolk con ventlon in the interest of Wilson, I need hardly say that I Was u Wilson n.un fiom the beginning, ?? aald Mr. <ila!s to u reporter for The TlmcS Dlspatch yesterday at Murphy a Ho* tel. "1 have always believed tnat ha Is the moat available Democrat tor tho presidency) and now 1 am sure of It." Mr. Glass made light of the claim set up by certain Republican leaders that the selection of Wilson by the Democrats will tend to heal" tho breach In the Republican ranks and unite the conservative and progres? sive wings of the Grand Old Parly against a formidable common foe. "I don't believe for n moment," sail Mr. Glass. that Mr. Roosevelt's third party will attract any considerable nuntiber of votes which might be ex? pected to gO to Wilson I take no stock In this third party1 program of appcallntc for support to Democratic progressives. 1 wo ildh't be afraid to s?" that Koos, volt, If he carries out his present Intention of appearing us an Independent candidate next Novem? ber, will not attract to his standard more than S per cant, of the D< :no cratlc vote of the country. Progress slve DerhocTats havo no heed to go ouislrle the fold for a loader; they have one In Wilson." EUGENE BAY NOT BE ABLE TO VOTE When Eugene Payne appeared tie fore Justice Crutchileld yesterday morning to answer to the charge of being disorderly h.5 explained that he wag a Democrat and would vote for Wilson In tho fall, and that he hadn t "done nothln' bad nohow." He v..,? turned loose on the strength of this declaration and his promise to be good j hereafter. About 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon I he appeared before the desk sergeant j at tue Second Police Station, but a a there was no charge against h'm ex , < ? pt that of being drunk, preferred j by the ORlcer. he was cooled o!t and. again left to follow his own devices. I E igen,- calls himself a "white folks' nigger,'' but that does not seem to keep him out of trouble mainly. It seems, beeause he has an abnormal antipathy towards his own race He was turned oul of the City Jail Wed? nesday evening with a Pule change that he had accumulated as head trusty In that Institution. In a litt!? moro than two hours thereafter ha had begun an argument at Seventh !?nd nroad Streets with several others I of his color, which resulted In his arrest. Nothing but. his political con? ditions saved him before. justice C'rutchfield yesterday morning, yet It seems that taste for gin and his hatred for hU own race may be the ; cause of his being marked absent at , the polls w'ien the balloting for Presl j dent is on i.ext November. I-_ .-.-?--/ i Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTO R I A immer Excursion Rate* to polnU North and West by rail and water. RICHMOND TRANSFEII COMPANY, S03 East Main Street. It 1? nothing nior* fliu (rood lulls* merit to uuy G. M. Co.'s "Pearl" Roofing Tin for your building. letal Co. RICHMOND. VA. "Alitlebeter" Shoe-Repairing Service No nail work. All sowed. Men's Shoes Hilf-Soled, V5c; Heeled, 2.>o? Women'.* Shoes Half-Soled. <!5c; Hoe4.?<t Wagons call and deliver everywhere, The Royal Laundry SHOE REPAIRING DEPARTMENT* Phones Monroe 11>5S and 191,3.