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With the licht that shall make Jerri free brightening their face?, the topic of this Commonwealth will ? i order to adopt the progressive poll iil e>We their i i.- the pi.opb ml not to an organization; lawmakers '111 enact the will of the people aha ? eopie will require that thtlr lender.. hall measure up to Woodrow Wilson's "He Is a [nan big enough to think a the terfffs of \t?haj others than him i If are1'stlrivihg lor. and living for us leaders, not mere ci who will go REIGN M \ i THE TAR I >publi innot at preset .-cure a In me extraordinary labor-saving machine An a conquceence, he has seen Hi American Industry ran turn out ? diiuiry commodities at h. loner; m than it qjjih be done abroad. Amcrlc eotton loir,: cloths, which have .iri\ Similar English cloths from the mi kets of the Orler.t, as Wt 11 steel product*, which wt pgoduce m< fyVaAuu uu?n any other nation oi ; / 'OrM. uro eases In point. On the other und, tho manufacturer abroad, real iei that tho American is .it n serious ..<ivi ntago because of the protective ??stem In competing for trade in the orld markets. High pries must be .ild In this country for raw material:' urchased for further manufacture too ? construction <<f ily advanced in dolen null which und equipped in h under I ho ? ? i the Atherl in extractive materials if i ? on highly finished rture. This vptlid i3t i.mi u >. i \ ? 11 \ w v ri?i l!cy of disposal in ait Intelligent and .v York. Iii r.t results and are both money- 1 t-uvers and money-makers. public opinion so that the municipality the New York commission charged . with the duly of seeking now sources o* revenue, made a report concerning tho disposal of t!.. city's waste. New York pays out a large sum of money' annually for the collection of refuse many private contractors aro making larse sums of money yearly by dis? posing of refuse for the city. To t> ::t thoroughly the possibilities of treat-: ? It were analyzed, with the result that ' it showed u yield of nine tons of paper,! ? I ly barrels, nine tons of bid r and the rags. mil tho metal 1? com which are their mnnu r furunc ctrlcity n ii; .nt i riOXS, iri of tho Int ? I the reduction would he from .45-.to Ion ten pounds, from ..'.5 to ,34: t twenty-five pounds, from .76 to .60; 100 pounds the rate would be raised from 1.60 to 1.66. To show the extrnt of some of those reductions, the rotes from New York to other cities are died below: Kansas City, Mo,? :. lb m lot) l.hs. Lbs. EBB. Lbs. Present . "?> 1.00 1.30 1.60 Prdpqscd . 87 .66 1.07 3.70 Chicago, 111? Present .60 .7:? 1.10 2.60 I'.-oroiMti ."i t: .75 2.4? Oirtnli?, Neb.? ['resent .7.'. too i.r>n 4.50 Proposed .3S .57 1.13 3.t?o Sacramento, Cnl:? Present .*n 1.60 3.60 13.50 Propos? ?1 .7n i.?0 2.71 10.'.'5 Pit tshurg. Pa ? ? Proposed .2C .r>n 52 1.60 Thi se faws Indicate the ratio of reduction throughout the country. ? xprcss companies claim that they Vcannot nfford to do business" on the basis of these proposed reduced rates, but It looks as if the companies i w< c really being let down enslly. if. In order to have reasonable express 1 ? dttced to a reasonable per cent., no Injustice would ba done. Fair deal Ing and fair raten are due the pub lie, and they can be established with? out ren| detriment to private enpl \ i?nosiM:ttotis presidential yeah. Whatever prospects It may hold for other orators, the presidential cam? paign holds none for the calamity howler.'--, at least. There is marked and gratifying absence of promise that 1 ither or the three parties will j be able to make capital out of the "hard times" and "gloom) business outlook" plea. Loth present and pro? spective conditions discredit the rule, | tradition, or what not that the pres- j [tellable Industrial and trade re? ports from all parts of the country are most encouraging. Practically In every section business is good, und there is confidence that It Is going to be betten Staple articles "are steady,*' wholesale meren.mts are quoted as predicting heavy buying all along the line when the fall trade ' fairly opens?indeed, some of them tell of considerable increase of or dors already over this time last year, and traveling men generally :ir? op- j tlmUtic. Collections, on the whole, are satis- ? factory; there is almost phenomenal I activity In erecting new business structures, and while for the great- | er part retail stocks arc low, there are signs everywhere of unusual pre- j pnratlon "to dp business," The Mis- 1 sisslppl Valley Hoods have proved a 1 drawback In that area, but otherwise,: It Is stated, the Southern promise Is j exceptionally bright for a most pros- 1 pi rous rounding up of the year. No where has it been found by business I men, who have studied the question either froth the strictly business viewpoint or from its interrelation with politics, are the fort-shadowed | Democratic tariff changes feared, and I the tacit admission seems to bo that P.epubllcan efforts to excite such fe-r to the advantage of their party would 1 So far as thi indurtrlal and business lh,t< rests are concerned, it la made i clear tl at there Is no reasojj why the Democratic leaders should lie J timid about showing their faith by their works In 0 tariff agitation edu? cational campaign. On the contrary, a ? omprepenslye view of the Held auii i conditions renders It manifest that !).? re eouhl be no better t:me for suctt I a > ampulgri, The business and Indus? trial field was never in better cider for the sowing of seed of tarUf re? in conclusion, and most significant I ? if all, the business confidence und i optimism and assured trade activity in the f.'ll are justified by the crop pro- ; spect, which .Is a most Important, und, iti 0 sense, all Important, factor, to I be considered und weighed Iii tTIe con? nection. That prospect, uccording to | rovernmeht statistics, Is most excel-: lent and ussurlng, tho indications as to cereals alone being 63?.UUO.000 bu? shels over the harvest of last year. Cheer ii!'. Hanover water melons Richmond thermometers r.eed no "Vacation School" must have an The University of Virginia has just cause for pride when ttie next Presi? dent of the United Stale's and the House lender eall her "Alma Mater" when they swap college yarns. That envious town Of Norfolk Is trying to outdo Richmond by swat? ting tho dies and the rats at the The Hull Mooso party seems to be Setting very few answers to Its It, S Senator Ifeyburn says thai Thomn Jefferson Is ?? "bronzed and moss covered bid statesman "nd did no w-rite the Declaration <>f Independence I We imagine the sage ?.r S,ontlcolli must regret that ho did write It I lleybtirn Is one >f the results. The nioM popt lar rospri for P.ich ? monfl's youriger set Just now la thi ' old Kuin.uiiiiH. hol? On the Spur of Moment. By Roy K. Moulton. the >Vhy Uiij Our. "I started Put to buy a car th spring," said tho t;ii! man at tho ui Pi tho bar. "Yes." said the short man with tl fuzzy fedora. "Why hot? You c; afford it aii righW' "l can afford to buy one all right said the tail man. "But i don't ha to. My wire and i can ;,a all of tl riding and more thai want wit out putting up tin Si, ????? ! have <u covered a scheme whereby I can joy all of the hem lite while I fellow pays all the eX| 1ft it g<st noised nrou ??? that buy a tar there were upwards automobile au-ui . . otilc than no time and t-ach one to take my wife and i ii "tig. I picked out one and h us around every I lor tw Then 1 let another theit another, tin ri riding all the th sticks to us about got it figured oil < nottgh agent.: In II until some lime in ? lu- rilling season \ won't really have I next v, a: und ? ? : hero v.-Ui lie a new our midst. Why lei "Why, Ihdeitd?" i man. "T?-morrow nnd early. I shall a about to buy a car. oth >r lieu i might t hlrtv o v. ei li? ne have his tttrr and every ngen io weeks. I hav i-111 lie over and ? en thin porhop. crop of agents in ? ? nnounce that 1 nm That '.; e garden seed* last spiing 1 not send ur wortti a d'hg e radish patch ? for hours iught up a e.*i ?r which' I worl s beep a growth ? ami of weeds. oli spring! I'vi hardware d blown for t< i ?! st Spend or hit re, Haven't got rn . . Hull', t wlint I have I'm 1 vow. -?11 not hand mo tl of yore. o motit In tint l"?u-?* These itffi Statesmen. ?1 refer to our peerless leader, tl; magnificent statesman and dlplomr "We, the resident1 of the bright, star In the firmament of nations, n proud to honor?" ' or within the reiii ??:' my voice I night who will not realize the rcspc slblllty which rests upon him tut patriot, a gentleman, :i scholar and philanthropist and go to the polls election morning w i t coury ?, ::? I heart and cast hi.- tree and untra imled ballot for our mapnltlcent cl and, with this Voice of ihe People H. Mann, 11. I > Flpo pi .Seil t 1 son at Nbi vont ions, ? tion. they I If thl? 1 I! not to mal to the p Tenth Cdi They federate t Republic tied behii had gatrie from VJi'l and a ma other Stri ernor Wi nation. Gi son. lion, to WilHOI soldier. Ryrd's nr camp In Wilson ft in lan l.i xo Friend of Hx-Con federsteH, d The Times-Dispatch: a r, .i rtcd that Governor \V. senator f. A. Swansoh, Hon. ,i and others. Bincc they pp aomlnatlOn of Governor W)l- : ad the Baltimore cori :,!.d alnst William Jen-; in In the Baltimore eohven lay'e lost their polotlcal caps. true i would ..advise them ?:i any explanation or policy i ? I of \ Irgthla nnd the nal District, in mind of an old COri i t tli- battle of Port When we charged he drop d n rock fenee. After we ,1 the victory, the old soldier canip and said: "I told you Hurrah for Jackson, the I In the worldl" When Mann senator Swansoh, H. and others <?( the delegates iv William .1. Bryan jorlty of the delegates from . : wi r< going over to Gov ? give him the noml verhor Mann, SehntOr s?'i n II ' ? Flood and other '1 ' - n Virginia who were opposed ai .; itryan arc like tl ?? old rhi " crept into lion. R !?:. d ir. St. Georsre Tucker's '? Itl tore nnd said- "T told >ys Hurrah for Wlison, i ? ?at Iti the I'nlted Fio '1 the fittest Ion. When out In his canvas" in tl o drlcl that be Is n n<moernt why he left Virginia "?Titti District, where Gover 11 was' born, his native home m n:'d Augusta county? why o Alnbamn to fin I a nrogrcs ii ? ? ?? lien ho had Govei hbr proi n ??Ivo Democrat, a ylr. nail.f Mr. Flood's district? ; to answer the question, pay Ion to (v'ntt no snv:- !n bis Ahe Martin I gjsl WSS1 in/}'/",}??:,? .wife, fa m ?71 J Tipton Bud 1h borne from th' city, wh< n he. says trier's 80 binihett many things f spend money fir that it ket as yotl busy broakln' n different quarter ill! Hi' time. Miss i .nvn i.ip hlncni im returned from a flvCiweektv rl It 'motifl i relatives it tui.es some folks an awful inng time r git enough their relatives. THA T PAINFUL MOMENT WH&N YOUR PRESIDENTIAL FAVORITE _ GETS ONLY ONE VOTE OUT OF NINE. (Copyright, 1012, l>y John T. McCud'tirnn ) ~ " ?at. himi tlOtli < Joverh duct whe nnltlmon 1.1 W??ld "i'llsoh Club In Stnuntof ison comes to staunt ? tilted States it wbu)d in" ;:. Morgan arid Judpu parket", whom Mr Flood voted for chairman of tho Baltimore convention oVcr V.'llllam .!. Bryan a progn bsIvo Democrat. i t> il you old comrade Confederate so!,:!, r.-. Mr. Flood Is no political frl'ond to the Confederate soldlers. i win prove it to you. !!?? did everything he could, with bis lntluence. with all tho arid Colonel Jofloph Buiton who is Mr. ? Hew bftlcl under th'- new Constitution ! at it Salary of 13.00? ns counsel with 1 the suhcbttimltte.e to defeat no Old Con- 1 federnte soldier from the Tenth 1 ?IS-: trlct out of his election to th." I., pis laturO to seat or.e of bis associates out of the Tflhth District, who beVcr v.-.n v a soldb r and not the son of a soldier. Denl with Mr. Flood on his merits, not on what lie s.ivs to you If Mr. 1 Flood denies what i have said. ^ Chili- j to meet him at any rourthousc In the Tenth District. Jf T fall to prove what 1 have rnid to von, old comrades, t win nsl< pardon for my political It-no inner, bite mv lips, bide my head; shut my month, nnd say !>" more i; have- not ?a!d all to von comrades, that I will say If Mr. Flood meets me. A .1. T?YX?R. '?Flood in ii Good One." To the. Editor of The Times-Dispatch: blr,?What tho matte* with the people that appear iu be so out with I Hal Flood because he answered '.ir1 Virginia at Baltimore when Bryan tried to ! ut ityan out of the conven tlon and Democratic party? It looks' as l' theso people thing no rich man has any rlgni to vote the Demdorntlc ticket. They must think thai we have beep a pauper parly for so long a time that every m?h that accumulates money must he run out of tho party, i Mr. Flood was right when he sold one thousand Virginians ns good Democrats as Mr. Bryan elected Mr. Thomas F. Ryjtn as a delegate to Bal? timore, I was chairman of the Cumberland delegation at the Norfolk convention, I and know thai Mr Ityan was chosen! Ivy th.- Tenth District meeting and elected by the state convention, and had as much right at the KalUmoro I convention as any other delegate. I voted for .Mr. Thomas F. Ryun, and. I like Mr. Hubnrd, of Buckingham, 1 have no npoldgy lo make tor doing no. Mr. Flood did exactly dS he Should ]<;?.: >? (10nc when ho called a halt on Mr. \V. .1. Bryan when lie attempted to dictate who should sit as delegates from Virginia. DONALD McRAE. Cumberland. Wlinl the Apple Tree Known. Th.- npplo i ? ? ? ? gt n by t he hrook, Down i a the irrlhdow Could t- ii some secrets, if ii would, im things that happened there. For, once--noi- was It long ago? Its .'-pleading branches made? 'Tw'fts on an August afternoon? ? A deep, inviting .shade. And thither to Hint kind retreat. Down 'h the meadow fair. Two lovers Strolled- -a manly youth And maid with sunny hnlr. ! A zephyr lured by prospect fair 1 His heated l>?o\v then seeks. [Anil tnkes the liberty; forsooth. To kiss tho maiden's cheeks. A lonely bird on topmost branch Then caroled from his spray; in - notes wee- soft. Inspiring strain, And Love woe there thai day. The lovers sat In pleasant shade, Met th' dark th! sunny hair. While Gtipld wove his Btlhttlo net i To catch that August pair. l"Now. kiss me, darling. If It's yes" lie would not he remiss. And on his ohoek with ruby Hps I SKo planted fair h kiss. 1 And this Is. what the apple tree ! t?own in tii,. meadow knows: Bill twill not give the SCOrftt out I To ev'rv wind thai blows VJIAJCI.- JlllNiillkt IIU-VJCIUUV. j heller of of the II dliion (or the concert. The r.uiwiy fe i irele around the bandstand, umi would have seated more than ."0". The lights on the stand were Installed yes? terday and the connections made with t:.<- city wires. With the ornamental lights the park was ulmust uo light) l h realen? 10 Uenl \\ Ife. On complaint of members of the' tmlly, J. T. Do Britto, of East Twelfth Street, was bi t re Justice )i. ' A. Maurice yesterday morning in the i Police Uuiin, Part II.. charged In a I warrant with threatening tu do bodily harm to ids wife, a titory of harsh treatment covering a long period of | years was unioiu-.u. In Hen of a fine. | ' :i would not remedy the mutt.:,; I Britta was placed under a bond SJOu for ?uul behavior lur twelve j months. Up to a late hour last night he had failed to tjeeure a bondsman. j Two Sninil PI res. Two small yesterday gave En? gine Conipajiy No. 13 some practice.! Tnii first alarm came In at 6 o'clock yesterday afternoon, but proved to be nothing but the Fifteenth Struct.dump on fire again. Tl...- >upi?ly w.ig.>n wa.< 1 .~:ent with hose, and alter flood'ng the place tor two hours trie Humes were extingult bed; . si i.ond fire was at the plant of ' .Milier & Miller. Sixth and Stockton. | A pile of shavings in the engine room , was found smouldering and a still alarm sent in. As this is one of the roost dangerous places lor a Ore on tin Southslde the whole company re? sponded, under cbuimahd ot Acting I plain w. E. .smith. When they reached the plant they found the pat :.: sprinkling system recently Install-1 ed doing elue'ent service. ',.:,? loose] mat, rial in the building was thorough- : ly saturated until it would hiivo been Impossible for any sparks to have . malntrd. I IiiiiI. onleers Veed 'l elephoue. Difficulty In locating the county ot when they are heeded in a hurry lias caused several or tho Chesterfield authorities to contemplate asking the Board oi supervisors to require each salaried oilio-r of the county to have: .i telephone installed ut his home. Tin-1 i are needed often, ami valuable! lime is lost getting In touch with them. With u telephone handy they could hold conferences with each other i nn<l would be in a better position to aid should any large case arise. < uplnln l.iiii.l, to Speak, I Captain John Lumb will aiidicMi tin. members of the South Richmond Domo i talic Club io-nlght at their quarters In E'ralorrin! Hull. Every number of the organization is expected to bo ' present und to have some friends with I him, as a large crowd Is desired. Th1* will make the second speech of cap- j lain Lamb on the Southslde In the in-, tercets of his candidacy for re-election I I to Congress. Mwiitague Meeting Saturday, I Orcat interest in tins mass-meeting Saturday night in Washington Square, when furnier Governor A. .1. Montague I will address the voters of South Rich? mond for the first time since being a. candidate for Copgf?as, 's being dis? played, .dr. Montagui has always been j a favorite on th. S.oitido, and will draw a large OUdlcnce. The Blues; Band lias been engaged to furnish the music to enliven the Occasion, ami will mnrch up Hun Street to Swnnsboro and back to the lowi r l>:'rt Of the town. Red lights will bo given to the boys along the route. IJeatli of Mrs. Orostlck. Mrs. Laura Ellen Crottick, wife of William E. Crostlck, of 8 East Eleventh Street, and mother of Eddie Leonard Toney, the famous minstrel, died yesterday noon after n long lll ness, She was fifty-nine years of nge. and leaves, besides hey husband, sev-| oral children by n former marriage. Mrs. Crostlck was a member of thol Hninbr'dgu Street lta;jilst Church, from which the funeral will be in id to-morrow morning .it 10 o'clock. Sh? I was also n member of Lily Council,! No. a. Daughters of Liberty. The fu nerai services will be conducted by the Rev, J. T. Haley, pastor of tho Stock? t?n s'Hcit Baptist Church, The Inter? ment will be in Maury Cemetery. Ptinernl i>( Infant, The funeral of .Vein. Elizabeth, the Inf.i nt daughter of Mr, and Mrs, R. p.. Morgan, was hold yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock from the home. 171? Everett SI n et. The Rev. J. G. Lan? caster outdated. The burial was In Maury Cemetery. Personal Mention. W. IX. Wyatt, of Dunvlllc. is vlsltln? AMERICANS ARE HELD FOR ILLEUAL FISHING Launch < apslsrd It] Canadian < rulaer mill i rc.? i>i T?yu taken Prisoners* Victoria,, B. a, July is.?Details of the selsurc of the American gasoline launch Honitu of Scattl? by the fishery protection cruiser Newlngton weru given i. lay a; Esquimau by officers The Bonitn. which had only two men aboaid, was capture : Tuesday, af? ter a Running fight, In which a soor?. or more of rlflo ?uots wero tlrca ul ti.<: Americana by Captatn Ledwell, or the Ncwington. No one was Injured. T!ii- American to.'.t was not cap lured until it had been raninied .ml capalscd ind the crew taaUe helpler* by being thrown Into the wutcr. The N< wlr.gton sighted the Ameri? cans trolling within the three-tn:le limit off Nltena early In tho morning. "What are you doing there?" called Led well from the cruiser. ??.Making a passage," t!.?- Bonlta an? swered. "*4>Vhat "re you doing with your Tlu-re was no reply, and th-1 Bontt* altered her eourse and started off. Ledwell fired a shot across "fcer bow arid followed this up with a fusllla?e. Tho two Americans crouched low In their boat and bleered n constantly Shifting course In an offe-1 to get to ifcty beyond the three-mile limit. The Newlngton eirclod around them, Ledwell continuing to tire at Inter? val- Finally the cruiser closed In and struck the launch amldshlp, roll? ing It completely over, i he men on board leaped as the craft rap?Ized. Tho two Americans, whose names are not giver. !n Lcdwell's report, were picked up out of the water and made prisoners on boarS the Newington. which proceeds] to Esquima.lt, where Ledwell turned the Bonlta over to tho resident otflcer of his majesty's navy. Tin- vessel now lies awaiting confisca? tion to tho King as a prl-.e. TENANTS MUST VACATE The Council Committee on Orounria a;- i Buildings notified City Engineer B?lling last night to take possession of th.- recently acquired tract of land surrounding the old Rathskeller, re? cently purchased -'nr enlargement 0f William Byrd Park, and to notify tho tenants in the Old house to vacate. The obi dancing pavilion, once n part of Idlowood, was reserved by the owner, and Is to be removed from tho lot. Contract was approved for carrying electric current to Joseph Rry.m i'ark, und th" city Engineer was Instructed to continue the work on Taylor's Park to the extent of $1,000, for which ap? propriation has recently been made. A block of oiling wan ordered on Jef ferson Park. The schedule of band concerts for the nights of July 20 an : :: i was transposed, changing one concert from Monroe Square to Wash? ington Square, so as not to Interfere with n proposed Montague inass-meot Ing at the City Auditorium on the night of .inly 30. lined for Wife Denting. ?lohn F. Chambllss was lined S? and put under a $"??) hond yesterday for 1-eatlng his wife. lie lives near Yel? low Tavern, on the Brook Turnpike. IIAINS BSCAPBS DEATH. Atlantic Highlands, N. Y.. July 18? Thornton J. Hnlns. brother of former Cnptnln Peter Halns. had n,narrow escape from death In the surf off tho island Beach Hfesavlng station late yesterday. He and a companion who had been thrown out of a small boat by the breakers, were rescued by the llfesavers alter a hard struggle. Hains was on his way from New York to Cape May In a gasolene.' launch, and ran out of fuel off Island! Bench. Thev started for shore In their! Small dinghy, but capsized In the. stirf.i National State and City Bank nfchmond. Vlrctnln. Solicits Your Account Cnnlfnl. ?1.0O0.000. Snrpliia. SCOO.OtKV. Scat by. Test for forty years.