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YOU ARE INVITED The new plant of the Kline Motor Car Corporation, on the Boulevard, near the State Fair Grounds grandstand, is nearing completion. Having had so many kindly expressions as to its beauty and utility, the Company invites you to go out and see it. It is or.e of the factors that is entering into the industrial life of this section, and as the management of the Company has an abiding faith in this great city, it believes you will feel a pride in the fact that Richmond is to have a plant of this character, where the finest expression of mechanical skill is to be given. The Kline Car is just as good a car as can be built. Everything that enters into it is as good as money and judgment can make it. j Each car is a personal thing with our organization. The output of this factory will be built upon the prin? ciple of the very closest inspection of every component part entering into the car. 1 he car has taken the front rank of popularity in this market already, and will outsell any other make in this community. You can see several different models at Poster Motor Car Co., West Broad Street, Distributors. Kline Motor Car Corporation AUTHORIZES ISSUE OF $250,000 Newport News to Expend Large Sum in Harbor De? velopment. [Specls tr, The Ttmer-Dlep,itch.) Nippon Nin?, Va . Ju!y ?By a vote of 1.1'* to (& this riiy to-duj authorized a bond li?ue ot is6.W4 with which to con ? liurt a tmi'.l boat harbor anil mun | :i ri?r at Newport New? l'olnt, i?o mtle? T:.,m the city, and to acquire 109 aero of ..!:..: :a ti,r> ? :??!? md :.?>?:?? fool of v .iter-fror.t property on E??mpton Rftadi VTorW on thi project mi" be ?<urutf with? in three months, and will be :u?hed with nil pomlblt- dlipaich. It I? ?ulir.ated thai thi arbor will b? briny more than r. -? ? f-o n v-jr in additional Water naff: la t'. <-ity. Fiv* new fnotorlef already hay* been ?-cured for the harbor, und otheri an. In tight. The harbor will combine water and rail trar.'r ri itleh ASSOCIATION ORflANIZEB. J1.ui? to Brert Memoria Inhalt to I.nie Pr. Kawle) X* ? Martin. (Special to Iii* Ttme?-ldrpatch.) T.ynehburg. V?., July !S.?For the p?rp?l? iof eracllnx a memorial ?halt lb the late T>r Raw ley W. Marlin, who for yeari wa'i pn 'Id- nt of the State Board of Health wind a practicing phyaleian here, the Row/Icy jW. Martin Memorial Anoi-latlon hau been formed here with : / following officer!: iX>r. A. W. Terrell, prenldent. I.ynohburg. > R. I.onit. I.ynchburg, Or I. f: Harvey. T>anvllle; J. W Whllehe?d. Chatham: Or. ;<;. Tucker Harrliom Chariotteiivillej T./ s. [Jtetrt, Chatham, nnd Dr. R T Ramaey, llii.ho. vice-prelldent; Dr. P.. 6 Martin. urtr. I.ynchburjr. I Th* ?"?i<;':ts,jn of a location for the pro I posed ?hurt w?s lift undecided, though the I matter o! erecting It upon the p!a ? the', i :? eased physician fell wounded on thu batthOt'ij of Gettysburg Was rt'siMii.e; | BULLETINS OMNIOUS ? imjltlou of Emperor of -lupnn I?. llr COmlOK \\ rnkrr. j Tokio. Jul> _Th<- nbo-h bulletin ; Indicated that the ICmperor |s now suf? fering frorr. exhaustion it read: ??Tem? perature, pulse, no. strong, Irre? gular respiration, ?.:. Irregular. His Majesty Is extremely and increasingly tired " The similarity of the bulletins post? ed throughout the pa/it twenty-four ' hotira Is regarded as ominous. The na? ture e.f the Rmperor*- rr.V.a !? ; :? . - his taking mii h nourishment, and as ; .1 result he has grown weaker day by SETTLED <?l T OF COURT. lioifiu.ni I'nya I'aunlleroj si,r,(io for Wlrnntlng Wlfe'si Affections. (Special to The Times.-Dispatch. J Staunton. Va;, July 2i.?A suit for . * .'..lam?ges. brought by Dr. T. T. I Fauntleroy against I. L. Bowman for alienation of his wife's affections, was settled out of court to-day. Bowman I paying Dr. Fauntleroy J 4.500. Mrs. ? l"a ir.tleroy is now In Reno. Nov., suing I for divorce. Itreelvrr I? Souclit. ( blengo, July ? VppolntineBt of a receiver for the Hit \ic Poeahontnn < oul i ompany, is hose |iropcrty I? In Mtiehnnun county, Va.. nod mined m SI,7.-..I .?>?'((, Is RHked III 11 bill (lied tO ilny In the ? Ircull Court lij i.cnrKr .1. Porter, n minority stock holders. In Msi bill Porter ohnruc* tbflt A. Ti i mittel, the majority stockholder, is seeking to ivri'ek ibe company. n sw; 25( 15c Buy Where Your Money Goes Farthest TRY OUR STORES AND BE CONVINCED ?A Special Bargain?Walker's II gh .' Grade Grape Juice, excellent Mini mer drink: regular price, quarts ? 50c, now 35c; pints; 25<\ now JFine-t quality Swiss ChccSei lb. [Quaker Toasted Torn Hakes, rcgti ' lar 10c pkg , now 2 pkgs.. ...... *2 pkgs. Layer Figs, regular price :. ??ach, now 2 pkgs. .. .5c lcllo Ire ('ream Powder, 9? or ; pkgs., 25c Lump March, 7 II?. for.25c I Pot ted Ham or Tongue. 6 ran-..25c 'Fresh Soda Crackers or Ginger Snap-. per pound.5c [Large Juicy Lemons, do/cn. 16c (Post Toastics Corn Flakes, 3 pkg-. . 25c Fre-h Nearby Country Eggs, elo/en . 21c [Ire Cream Freezing Salt, peck.10c JUason Fruit Jars, pints, -18c dozen; quarts, 53c dozen; gallons, ao/cn.68c '.Cold Mrd.il Flour, 39c bag; harre! $6.It) ?Conti Green or Mixed Tea, lb.30c [Celluloid Starch, package. . . 4c [Very Large. California Prunes, Hi.10c /Choice Evaporated Peaches lb.10c i Calumet Small Best Quality Hams, per lb.17c ['New Herring-, per d->zcn.10c Witch HazG Toilet Soap. 3 to box. . 10c I Best Quality Meer, do/cn.55c ?Large New Iri.-h Potatoes, 25c perk; per bushel.10c Good Salt Pork, II).10c Goo.) Lard, lb. lit 'Snowdrift hard, all size can. lb Large can Best Salmon, cat,.lie Large cans Sour Kroul.Sc Fresh Mushroom Crackers. 11?.ISe liest Granulated Sugar, lb.5 Vic B.>st N C. rtoe Herrmg. ?>er dozen, 23c i per keg....92.73 B'.fi Sugar-Cured Breakfast Bacon. per pound .16c I.arsc 4-sttring Broom."Oe 1-lbi catia Rumford's Baking Poweier 25c Winner Brand Finest Condei^ed Milk, 11c can; per dozen . $1.25 Good Quality Early June Pea-, ran.. .12c Voting Chickens, nice size, lb.25c Largt ?ans Best Quality Virginia T.> tnatoes now . .10c Highest Quality Best creamery But- I ter made, 1-lb: carton.33c! Brookdalc California Lemon Cling Peaches, ran .16c Pochontas Early June Sifted Peas, 2 cans .25c 3 cans Pocahontaa liest Corn for. .25c Large rans California Table Peaches. 14c Good Sugar Corn .7c Maccaroni and Spaghetti, 1-lb. pkg.. .7c Pure Ground Coffee, lb.18c Smoked California Hams, lb. 13r Cerclota Flour, 43c bag; per barrel $6.85 Burnishlne Metal Polish, can, .v larfte cans .15c Smithfield Country Hams, lb.19c Va. Pride Coffeu1, fresh roasted, per lb.25c j Lar?e cans Borden's Peerless Milk. On small cans, 6 for 25c S large liars Circus Soap for.25c Libby's 1-lb cans Corned Beef.16c Quart Mason Jars Queen Olives.40c 5-ll> pails Home-Made Preserves.35c 1-lb. can-Cond Luck Baking Powder..8c Cold Medal Coffee, Java and Mocha mixture, 1-lb. cans. 30c; 5-lb cans $1.45 ( ?? cid Creamery Butter, per lb.2')c Absolutely Pure Leal Lard, lb.14c 1820-22 E. Main St. SQM 506 E. Marshall St. W. Fred. Richardson, Inc. Storage and Transfer Department Main and Bclrlderc Streets. We call attention to our splendid facilities for packing and crating house? hold goods, bric-n-brac, china, glassware, pictures and works of art for stor? age, domestic or foreign shipment. Can save you 25 per cent, in freight G?t our estimate. Phonos: Madison 843 nnd Monroe R43. CONTINUES FIGHT ON BUND TIGERS [Special to The Times-Dispatch. ] Wilmington, X. C. July -In enorts to put an end to the not u! "Bilni Tigerlsm ' j v.;.rr.lnutun. tSe grand jury h*rt- to duy tomm?nc<td returning bill against of-, fenders of this character, while Judge Car-; :.r. of the .Superior Court ordered another' i:.iestimation of the nfty-seven liquor cases. In ?hieb Judgment was suspended ; several months ago. and increased the j . :. I ;n each ease 11.000. Officers wer? ' ur.ablc to apprehend m?ny of the n.,< *? d hilr.d tlgtrs. as there seems to h?*e been an exodus during court, and of those ar? rested nve well known young white m?r. -v.r. unable to clve the heavy bonds re? quired and are In Jail to-night. The present crusade comes as the result of the agitation by the Good Government league and the werk of private detect! *i Ml/1 RE 1^ PLAXXED. Roosevelt sure He tun Capture Six State? Hodllr. Oyster Bay. N. V., July J.'.?six staunch Republican States have adopt? ed a plan. Colonel Roosevelt said to? night, for the bodily capture of the Republican organizations by the na? tional progressive party. The States he named aro Kansas, Mlnneoots. South Dakota, Idaho, California and Washington Ir. each ot these States, according to Roosevelt leaders who !.a\e talked with the ex-President or his aides, the Republican machine Is in control of the supporters of the neu party to an extent ^uiHclenl to j vnuhl.. them to transfer the organi? zation virtually Intact to Colonel ] Roosevelt's support. I? each case It I Is the Intention to retain the name , Republican and place candidates for j Congress and State Officers on the reg? ular Rep- Oilcan ticket. In Stovfes In which tne law requires ! that the names of Taft and Sherman i tie placed on the ballot as the Repub- j Mean nominees, the Roosevelt candi- . dates for electors will g? In a separ- j ate column. Where the law does not I exact this, the Roosevelt candidates | probably will be placed Under the reg- | alar Republican emblem on the the- : dry that Colonel Rooae"Velt Is Pie leg? itimate nominee of the p.-.rty. The Minnesota situation was cleared at a conference which Colonel Roose? velt had to-day with Lleutenaht-Qov- j crnor Sam Cordon und C. .1 Knapp from that Stute. The Impression was j obtained from Mr. Gordon tn.at no In- ? dependent ticket would be run In Min? nesota. DISSOLUTION DEMANDED it < hanther l?*e? \m Comply, Military May I hc Force. Constantinople. July 25?The presi? dent of the Chamber or Deputies an no,lined in the chamber this afternoon Iha) a group of Turkish military offi? cers had lodged a demand for the dis? solution of the chamber. This an? nouncement provoked uproarious scenes The demand reached the president In the form of a letter bearing the seal of the military league, and ?as couched in vigorous language. "Your evils labors In committee and In parliament," the letter rend, -have done much harm. We do not wish to stain our hands in your soiled blood, but we warn you iha, the army and tie- people demand dissolution .".f tue chamber. Falling compliance with this demand within forty-eight hours we will do what is needed." Violent speeche s w ere made by aev- ' eral deputies, who declared that they WOUld not move except at the point ol t:ie bayonet. The expiration of the forty-eight hours of grace is awaited with the jrreatcs! anxlctv. Meanwhile the leaders" of the Com-' mittee of Union and Progress ??e tak? ing energetic steps to organize the full utreng^h of their adherents In the army, in readiness f,,r a counter rev? olution. Fire ricKtroyei Trestle. v Anderson, s. p.. July 2s_p|r<. lale to-day totally destroyed the wooden trestle. gOfj feet lontr. on the ri?. Ridge Railroad, spanning a. creek dx miles west of this place. The loss is i stimated at $50,000. Officials stated that the fire origin? ated from sparks and live coals drop ped by a freight onfcine. The trestle was 11R feet hlch and said to be the Muhest In this State It will be re? placed by a siccl structure. SAMUEL GOMPERS SCORES C?URTACT In liitter Editorial Head of Labor People Denounces 1 Contempt Sentence. JUSTICE WRIGHT ASSAILED He Declares Verdict \Va> Reached Month Before It W as Handed Down. Washington, .Iu.lv 25.?Samuel oom-' rcrs. president of tho American Fed? eration of Labor, In a lengthy signed editorial in the surren: Issue 6i the American Fcderutlonlst, discusses the I recently announced decision of Justice Daniel Thew Wright in.posing prison sentences of varying length on Com-' l?ers, Secretary Morrison and John Mitchell. lit his uftlclo President Gompers goes into all tho ramifications of the' internationally celebrate,] prosecutions ol the labor leaders for ullegcd con-1 tempt of court, and reiterates his oft-; expressed belief that the prosecution has from thu ilrst bc.n an Infringe? ment of the constitutionally guaranteed lights of free speech and a free, press. lu this c onnection president Gom- j pers cites Justice Wright's words In reply to the defendant's contention that, the supreme law of the land guarantees! fteedom of press and speech, namely, j that the Constitution merely forbids Congress to pass laws infringing on the freedom of press ar.d speech, but does not in any way affect the courts, j Under this interpretation of the con? stitutional guaranties, says President Gompers, the way Is made clear fer courts to impose any restrictions they may see fit upon publications of any kind, as well as upon public utterances. Discusses til Phases. President Gompers discusses the ac- I tion of the court from the issuantM of the now famous Injunutlou which! forbade the publication in th< official organ of the American Federation of j I-a bor of the name of the Mucks and Hange Company in the federation'sI so-called unfair list, to the Impos'lig | ..f sentence on the labor leaders, whom] tt..- court alleged were In contempt be- ', cause tlie prohibited publication con-1 tinued aflc-r the Issuance of the In? junction. President Gompera tjj-r- I ''judge Wright's opln'ou Is a lejtal i document tit to be carettply laid aside! with those already molderlng in the i archives of law libraries, and which may in the distant future, as is now thu case with similar ancient opinion? arid decisions, be revived and held up as conspicuous instances of ancient sophistry affecting the divine right of kings who are chancellors In their re? lation to the slave of serf. "The opinion," say? President Gompers, "Is a locumer.t that reflects with utmost clearness the kingly viewpoint, the mental bias and the menial processes that stands out so conspicuously different from the con? ceptions of the right* of citizenship among our people. "It sounds.' says President Gompers. "like an echo from the kingly chan? cellors' opinions of the Stuart judges <>f the seventeenth century. Its pseudo iudividualistic political theory rever? berates like a voice from the tomb of the 'vested interests' philosophers." Cites Declaration. Citing Justice Wright's declaration thai the injunction was, not intended to abridge the freedom of speech or j press. President Oompers quotes the frequent interpellation in the court's opinion of paragraphs. sentences and parts of articles from Issues cf the American Federat'onlst, from reports of the federations executive council und from statements of Its otlicers as evidence in support of ill? contention that Justice Wright carefully read j evefy published utterance of the ar- j raigned labor leaders in Iiis effort to sustain the charge of contempt President Gompers quotes the words of former Federal Judge Henry C Ca lei well, who said that the "jury and Injunction are terms that cuncel each other. In proportlo nas the Injunction is expanded, the right of Jury trial; is restricted. . . . Armed with this, powerful writ, which has no dejinitc 1 boundary or limitation, and which | may be used at dl?cretion, trie power of the Federal chancellor may fairly i be characterized as imperial." He fol- j lows this quotation with the words of Judge James H. McGuire, In comment? ing upon the opinion of .1 ustice Wright: , "The decision of Judge Wright, of the Supreme Court "f the District of j Columbia In the Gompers contempt i i- the most far-reaching step yet j taken to undermine and destroy tho I freedom of speech and of the press guaranteed by the Federal Constitu? tion. Leads to ( rnnorsbip, "Primarily It Is Intended to curb I the growing power of organized la- j bor, if not to destroy the? labor move? ment, but it cannot be limited to that! -:-_i New Tuberculosis Remedy Based on Medicine To jay that a ipe-c;fi ixlsva for the cure of Consumption Is F' rhaps loo (irons a statement, but In Eckman's Alterative we have a icdlclnc that haf been the mean; of saving many a life to years of usefulness. ? nd In permanency benefiting a large num? ber of Consumptive!. Any diet that keeps a Consumptive well nourished Is the right one", but what is go? ing to Improve the patient? Eckmsn's Alterative Is a medicine for the treatment ef this disease will :. hail been found bene? ficial In a large number of esses. tfe pre? fer to let you hear what such peop'e ny. Investigate this pis' to Savannah St.. Hechester, N. Y. "Ctentlemen: On June 3. 1M7. I was operated upon for Tuotfrcular peritonitis, ffnrt my physician gave nie up as hopeless. 1 was then urged by ? priest to take Erk mim'a Alterative, which I did. I began to Improve anil steadily s.ilr.ed In h?a!/h and strength, and am absolutely cured." "Signed Affidavit) EDNA FINZRR Hekmsn's Alterative Is effective lr. flron Aethma. Hoy f?-er. Throat and buns TroiTdes, anl In upbuilding the system. TT&Ci hoi roilf.iln polror.s. opiates or hablt formlrg drugs Kor sale by Owen? * Minor I>rug Co and other leading druggist* Ask for booklet finiing of recoveries, and writ's to K.-'.tman LJAiorattJr! . Philadelphia, Po.t lor additional evidence. I PAINTS Original Tanner Paint & Oii to. 1117 nod Mil East Main, Richmond. Va. Come to Our Opening Day Party Today We ask the smokers of Richmond to come to our Opening- Dav party at our store at 836 East . Main St., in celebration of our coming to this city. It will be a celebration, for we are happy in the consummation of our plans to be so advan? tageously situated, so handsomely equipped and above all, to be a part of such a lively community. To get attention quickly we follow our usual method of making our store opening a celebration. Right off the reel we make it worth the while of the smoker to come in and look us over. We want every one to have something as a memento of the occasion. We cannot say "Come in and help yourselves"?that would not be a "party"?it would be "riot," so we put it this way? JEN GOOD NUMBERS 1 Double Certificate value with all sales 2 A 25c certificate free with each 5c drink at soda fountain 3 Metal matchbook holder free to each customer 4 A Japanese ash tray free with sales amounting to 25c and over 5 Five 5c cigars free with each sale of 10 or more 5c cigars 6 A deck of playing cards free with sales amount? ing to $1 or over 7 A HAHWAY cigar lighter free with sales amounting to $2 or over 8 An amber cigar tube free with sales amounting to $3 or over 9 io An amber cigar tube in case free with sales amounting to $5 or over A 10c can of either LUCKY STRIKE or TUXEDO free with each 25c pipe UN IT EID) CIGAR STORES 836 East Main Street purpose. If finally upheld, it must ul? timately lead to the general censor? ship of speech and the press. "If a court may. by injunction or <>t ht-rw isc. de termine in advance what subjects may or may be discussed, or what may or may not bo said in a labor paper, why may it not in like manner abridge the freedom of all our other publications?" much damage has resulted. I nthe course of tho article President tl 'tnpers refers to his statement, Is used at the- time sentence was passed til on hlrmelf and Morrison, that infor? mation had reached him to the effect that Justice Wjight's decision hBd been made mote than i month before it vas announced, but was witnheld until after the Heptibllcan National Convention at Chirauo. Me quotes Justice Wright's denial of the state? ment, and reaffirms the faet that such information actually did reach him. adding that the accused officials we're aware of the nature of the opinion ! ore than a month before it was an? nounced by Justice Wright from the l.. rich. REEUSES TO APOLOGIZE Secret Srr' lee Mini Barred Prom Court for Affront to Judges New OrleahS, July 36.?Because Pat? rick Leitriy. veteran secret service agent of til.- Pnlte.i states govern? ment, refused tei apologize for remarks lid made several days ago about United Slates COmm'ssioner Arthur II Brown... the latter this afternoon refused to permit Looby to testify in his court, and adjourned lndeMnitelv a hearing In a counterfeit ease. The. breach between the two offi? cials, which threatens to obstruct tem? porarily the the administration or Jus? tice, Is the result of Looby's failure several days ago to remove his hat when he appeared before the commis? sioner Judge Browne ni that htme gave the s.-cret SerVlCO man .1 "call down." an.1 tin- latter retorted that the commissioner displayed a lack of dignity by discarding his coal while on the bench, Later LOOby Mated openly that he did not remove his hat on ejit.vns .''nine Browne's COUTI because he thouHUl a poker >^imo lit Tliis Incensed the commissioner, and! he forthwith Issued the edict that Looby could m>t testify In his court until he had apologized. The chai&i against Joseph Warner, which the com? missioner refused to hear to-day. will be tak.-n direct to the grand Jury by the district attorney. OPPOSES I \\ VI. REU ill. Australian Senate Also Acts tu Case of Punantn Waterway. Melbourne. Australia, July 26.?The Senate of the Commonwealth of Aus? tralia to-day unanimously passed tile I resolution adopted by the House ? ?: Representatives July s in reference to ilie Panama Canal. Its terms are its follows: In the opinion of this house, any , system providing for a bonus or a r< - bate of canal dues to American ship? ping using the Panama .'anal would I be detrimental to the Interests of Aus- I I trails " TEAMS I II is RACE Goldsbora mid Sumler Divide Honors ut I Firemen's Tournament rFpe. la! to The Ttmcs-Dispstchi] Fayetlevllle, N. C, July :'? -Ooldsboro and S'umtcr divided honors and th>- tirst and second money In the Interstate horse hose wsRon race) the hlg event Of the Hro men's tournament tills afternoon. Bach team r^a in..- dlstar.-.- and threw water In 33 seconds flat. Ktiist.m So. : team ran next, and ?eeurod third prli?, with 33?-5 seconds ryforehead City, one fifth of a second slower, took fourth, and the Riverside company of Newborn, fifth money The Intens?, rivalry ...-? -car red by i iterst I .- event caused ?ach great I rix I that four "Mow-outs" resulted. 1 Itlantlc, Newborn, Fayettevllle, Capitol Raleigh Newbern No. t Mama Ictlms Of the over-eagerness The Raleigh Rescue crew missed a coup? ling through lack of slack and received no - or> There were eighteen trams in this even. seVen of whom were tied for various positions. Chapel Hill repeated its victory of yes i In the interstate hand-reel race, taking lhai event In 25 1-S seconds, and fin? ishing third In the Interstate grab-reel con test with IS 2-5 The Chapel Hill depart ment was the most consistent winner In thi hand-reel events. Newbern showed <T strongest in the more spectacular and richer horse-hose wagon races Newbern teSm No : ?on the State hose-R agon event yesterday, while the Fourth Ward Newbern company, split second, third and f.airtli money with two Raleigh team*, while Riverside. NcwTvrn. took fifth money In rhe interstate horse-hot", contests to-day. Tie? prizes won by Newtvrn totaled JtlS. Hill's winnings aggrega-.i-d J*"t High Tolnt. while not showing as consist? ently ns Newbern. earned the same amount CASTOR IA For Infants aud Ckildreii. The Rind You Have Always Bought Bears tha Signature of BAKING POWDER] MM? FHT Sold under the unqualified guarantee of "satisfaction, or money back." X lb. 5c?X lb. 10c?1 lb. 20c. Nor:? better made at any price. , All good Grocers tell it or will get it for you..