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osiery Bv refusing admittance to those doubtful qualities of "Silk"' ji i . (sometimes offered at .1 seeminglv attractive price), ami bv HOSIERY OF CHARACTER, this lias bt come and continues t<> be, the favorite Hosiery Store with a majority 61 Richmond's fair se.\i We mention hefC" some SiFU Hose "I unusual worth- durable in quality, beautiful in texture and finish, and unsurpassed in val?c: McCallum Silk Hosiery I . ? .1 shcci Sill: SI ickiiig tli.it \vi|l wp.it a- loti? as lisle it is no longer nrrrs t 55 1 and 86.00 a pa it McCalltini's Silk Stockings, of the best t tcrial'io be tutd i:i the world,- ttnd Riinrantccd to be pvdctM made lull fashioned, Itle Rartvr tops; in black, white and Q | QQ "Wayne Knit" Silk Boot Hose Unequalled in symmetry; unexcelled in quality and workmanship; these full fjifhionrd American made Hose have won the greatest jwpularity; thcV are double suit I, i rein I cd heel and . and high heel splicing; black and whir:. JQC Silk Boot Hosiery Fine Silk Hosiery A/very rpcci.il yaliiq in Silk ftfiot Homt l ull silk, w ith double gaiter top?. er ., ?? , jeep double cartel 1,1 black, white and tan; spe- Cfj 39c ' c WOMAN'S LEG BROKEN IN STREET CAR PANIC Safety as Controller Starts Rlaze. MOTORMAN DRIVEN AWAY Several Jumped and Were liurt, W hile Others Within W ere Terrified. Vision ?>! (he l'owei Oompaii Hi W Ollt V. '! H blinding Hash ; and screamed ai ?va> 11? the door? thi VA'eSihainpioh d Virginia Uallv.n> when the eontrdil > loud leport am! !?>' night about it vVas I'atidol, en! ? ? Hi while severs! btltt :?>? vvho tu ? llrovr llim in.in iMntfnrin. BOY B^DlY HURT Dragged Vrurli i hret niloi .- w SAVINGS BANK - ? .. - .or.-;. A::-iXV'i^ IIITE.WAIr.ST, We have several thou-.tin! ctis^ inlcf i .i i: always ready for tore. VVt extend a cordial invita Ion to ..II ..ho ate not vet lined u:> FORCEDTOCANCEL SPEAKINGDATES' Inspector Beck Too Busy in Oiiice Approving Big Building Plans. All KpeHklriB engagements in Ms campaign for the Administrativ? Board have been cancelled for th? presoiB by Building Inspector Beck, for the rea? son ihn there ari pending in h.> 61 flee plaris tor buildings io cost mure ; than thrce-ouarters oi li million ! iars. Notice was given t.puty-lh spcbiors yestorduj thai night w..ik on pending plans would l?c continued until tjlti debits cleared of the mor<i pressing pieces of work on which sir- . . >iitand contractors tin anxious, l'l.ui> wer? tiled yesi-.Tday in the ot-j lice of it;s'pei?tor Beck by Charles M. , Robinson, .11 chin-, t. nlid Fi 'i'. Neai>it j Cbnipnny, contractors, i?ir tile hew Rucger's Hotel, to be erected at tio ? :>st corn, uf Ninth itiid Raak Streets, a site occupied I>y the Rueger family as a cafe an?l restaurant since I & l f! The plans ?.ill for a ten-story ie.t. 1 witii roof garden, the building to trout sixty-two fe.-t nine and a half lliehes on Ninth Street and run hack iilhety-flve feet live Inches on Bank sir. .t. The whol. cost \yith et'itilp niciit Will be approximately $326,000 ? ? ? folk; for the new ?'hamber of Com? merce building, tn he erected at the northwest coiner of .-ir.th and Main ? during cor MR. AUGUST QUALIFIES l hlr<y-n??. Yvnm t ?tiinell ? \irk arid >e>er Mlsse.i ?? Meeting. IrUajitM, ajd :v*t? n^i y ibu^' TRUST COMPANY I Ncvi 1 ?nccrti Blocked Because ? Xanie \- Similar to [Estab? lished Hunk. PUBLIC HEARING CALLED Richmond Hank and Trust Com? pany t tlijccts t?> Richmond Trust Company. Attempts to organize ;i hetv trust curpot sitlon of Utrgc capital stock, t.> be known its the Richmond Trust Company, have been blocked by ?b lectlon <?u the part of the Richmond Bank and Trust Company, Which Is now an established institution. The Issuance of the charter has been de? layed, and a hearing has been called befoi'i the State Corporation CotnmlS' sibri at noon nest Tuesday, when the opposing sides will be heard. it is argued by the Richmond Bank and Trust Company that the slmi latlty of names will l>o eon fusing to th.- public sind detrimental to Us bu.-i neks, and that the charter should not ? Issiii d. It Is understood the pro? moters of the new concern will stand by their guns. 1 harter I* Vaked For. Application f.o a ?harter for the rtlehmond Trust Company was mtidt < :i Wednesday. It s. ts forth that 'i is Intended to do a general trust com? pany business, hut that !t will not <io ih. business of a bank "f discount ami deposit. Th.- maximum capital steck ts 51.0a0.nnn, and the minimum $100,.'. Th.- size Of the stock, i.ssltatlng considerable fees to the State. Indicate a genuine purpose on the part of the promoters. Th.- Incorporators are: v. Randolph Williams. Thomas P Gay and Hamil? ton 11. Chalkley. Mr. Williams Is a irieinber of the law firm of Munford, lluitton, Williams & Anderson; and is connected with largo financial Inter? ests; Mr Ony is an associate of the firm, while Mr. Chalkley Is Its stenographer. It was said yesterday by some of the Incorporators that the application was self-explanatory, and shows that it i.- intended to establish In Richmond a to w large trust company which will not do it banking business. Tit.- St ,tr Corporation Commission closely watches for similarity .a names, ami It Is the duty of one clerk to make a search of the records In the ease of every chart.-: applied for. to :r ::rd against repetition. ilnkes n Proteid. In justice to the Richmond Bank and Trust Company, it was hotltiec), and. through its attorney, .t has nicd a protest against the issuance of a charter to the concern HO long as It ... -s name so nearly similar to its own. it believes that It win suffer a loss of business fiotn its friends and patrons who will not discern the difference in the title The commis? si.mi thereupon decided to have a pub lice healing on the matte;, and it has been called for July 30. A surmise in connection with the hi w company is that possibly It will take over the remains of the trust business of the old Bank of Bloh- [ m?hd. which ha.? hern emerged wit ft | the National Bank of Virginia, as the latter concern Is riQt authorized to act as a trust company. About this nucleus might he built up a new trust corpora f?r.n. the Richmond Bank and Trust Com pan>' does both a banking and trust business at eleventh an?! Main Streets. It was organized about a year ago. Some- years ago t S?mewliai similar ,,i?e was derided by the Corporation Commission, nrislhg ilso Jn Rlehrnbnti. The new concern was then not ad? mitted, because -,f objection made by .-. company' with i name which was ALLEGED CHECK KITER Mnn .\rre?trd nn lour ihnrtrrs ,.f Pntslng \l nrthe^s Paper. V. S" Krad. * <. mtraciinz e?rj?entrr. tr.'.rr- year? ? i .' .< Xorth f.omhardf" K,r.?.. - ft. am* ted yesterday t- Captalri ?" ?' Muhon nn f'.-ir warrant* ' ' naiitlns tvorthlek* check? for sninll air. The warrants were rworn on; > fn<oh I.i?wl?. o( :t>i >y> ?t ' ar> Htreet; :? ? ft . nmrntty. 21 Rast Rrnad v.-<-.>t Powell Brother*, ir.ja Raft Main Slre.it, ?n<i the Ptar < >.thlng Com y ???>'-"?' ?? ? and Main Streets. Il<-ad. r""' ttrested h#for? oM a simitar s ? >?? alleged to have passed ? '?? uner ftrnifj which have not >'*.t "worn oj: warrants for him " * mi l " I'l U I Mil IRR If BVItlJ PA UK THIS RVK.NINCi Because the Council Committee on nds ai d Buildings has given the Municipal Rand permission to accom '? the T P, A. down the river to - ? ? :' ft at Bvrd Park this ?' -f Will be fre.m 5:30 to '7:30 ' I* k ffe saftet ;. <? concerts will be tr.-.T. lar.;.- in the evening. On Mohdaj the band will appear In Its '? and gfd.l uniforms. Pre> r K'-snlcl Stated last night that, whilf- the uniform? had been ordered ' ? ?? -tV: 'here had been a de. ? i ? ? ' ?? ise m the i'.?* by the con Believes Virginia Will Do Its Share Editor <>f i hr Tiiuea-ni*itittc!ii Sir.?t am i cr> much isrullnXI 10 ace the active Interest i he Plmes Dlapatch Im takln? In aceurlug . trlhutlona for ike national Uerao crntlv campaign fund. ? '"' com? mittee lins netted nr to reuuesi ouf paper* to aollell funds for ihclr Heed?, mid i am glad In be alile lo write them thai you liov< nlrrudj anticipated ihelr' ?Kl..?, and I write to thank >-?u for ini- rsprca slon ?r your Interval In <'??? eaiu palurn and to c.tnreaa th. Itellef thai through your caracal appeal m our Dcmucrntlc frlenda rc*|ioti*?'N will lo- ><? Ktnrriiun an to make your aid ol ureni value to iht.nimlttrr. With kinileHl rcKarda, I <<". tour* iprj alueercly, ?I. T t Vl.till I!I I \ ^<>v. Member Nniiioi.-i committee from V Iritlnln. TOBUILD ENGINES Locomotive Company Sends Out Call to Southern States for Skilled Lahor. PLANT RUNS AT FULL BLAST Many Big Contracts Now Being Filled. With Others C ming In Constantly. Because of the unusually largo num? ber of big conti acts now ..:. hanil and others which are coining Iii from time to time, the management ??: the Rich? mond branch of the American Loco? motive Company finds it impossible to obtain Really sufficient laboi to gel the work out on contra t For jthls reason Assistant Manag ? W. S. Seamans, Jr., has mailed letters to mechanics throughout this oihei States, holding out tli< promlit oi peruianent employment good wages for those who apply at on. e. Mr. Sea mans said yesterday that 'hardly over bet?re had the locril branch had so much wo::, iuidei >\.. at on... 1 he plant is now running at lull capacity night .I day, and Iii order to have a sufficient comple? ment of men to handle t chlhoryv jit number of them are working over Soui? II Ik Orders. Among the big contract.- now being Piled are the four monster lo om tlvcti recently described in Tl c Times-Dis? patch, which wlli be us. d oh the Vir? ginian Hallway. These ar> said to lie the largest of their .typ- In thi> world. Then ihbro are twenty-live ? ngittes 6i the Mallet type under construction f ? :? the i liesapeake arid <?hlo and tlx same humber for the Norfolk and Western. Th- Chesapeake and Ohio ai.-o has In an order for thirty locomotives of the Mikado type. Fifteen Mika bo an I under construction for the Western Maryland Callroad. and twenty en? gines oi the ordinary Height type foi the Southern Railway; The above are only some of the larg? est and most urgent con tracts that the I'.ant must cei v't in t specified time. The smaller ,|ob? and general work h-is In. reused along with tne big orders, and every department is rushed. In writing elscwher- for laborers, Mr. rlcamans Incidentally gives the . ity -i boost. He <i?-votes some ipace lo'circulating through th.> South the moderate cost of livir.^ !,oro and .1 wells! upon Richmond's advantages n the way of desirable suburban homes for v orking people. i..ioiI Price Paid for Labor Tli?so who go to the Locomotive Works will be assigned to auch work as their previous experience Warrants and will be paid icoordlngly. Mr. Seamans takes personal Charge of t!.. j men h? hires, and everything is dort? to make them iVrst-cl.tSS mechanics. | besides promoting lh<n, as their earn-1 ir.g value Increase!'. ? rn- prices range Irom about 4- per day lor the begin-j tiers to 10 cents per hattr and more for skilled mechanics. | In spite of the rush p.nd the scarcity lot help, there will be no activity at the locomotive Works to-day. Th plant will he closed nd the entire force will go to .a i View on the i onnunl picnic of the m-tui Trades Fed . ration of Locomotive Works Employe,) and the international Association of ! Machinists, of Richmond. It makes no i difference how much business is on, this one working day ol the yens Is' s.-i aside *XCluslvcl> ! >r amusement. ! The excursionists v> 111 occupy two special trains. Tie flrsi is scheduled t,. icavd the Main Street Station at o'clock, and the second an hour later. I ...n-nlng Hie first l aln departs from Old Point at 7:S1 o'clock to-night. . ALLEGED IMPOSTER Man Seeklar Sillincrlplii.il? to Olve I'nor ( lilldrrli Online ., pnkcr. complaint has been m :e to the pouee b. a local newsaapei ? a you na ?Ii.lt? msr. has nein 111 Infi Iti imt without .ay thonv to solicit subscriptions i" " mythical (und lb "?x" I" a to Ocean \ lew ! <or an OutlriK II? I? -''' to h? an impos Inr arid orders te lortlt i ir him were ?er.t ? THE~MA~N I 1? wwo catv I'!' [sif$$m Make up hi- mind quickly and art prompt ?5 * * I ?'?'X', Jy is the man who succeeds in accomplish !(' 'SI S^ila m8 1 hings, Better to make i mistake occa .tj|cj^<fej ?ioually than never i<> know your own TO5roKuiul hiinrJ, but the wise man \K\ l-.K MAKKS Till. -AMI: MISTAKE TWICE, This ^''^hj,^^-'^j^^ 'i plieiS to every really successful man, be? cause In- learns to profit by fin incial mis [American national bank OF RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, il help you make-up your mind quickly as tu the lu st method you io pursue in caring for yolir funds, Our Checking : Department 1-, foi your convenience in active I tanking, while artiv< fund draw 3 Per Cent, Compound Interest in the , Department. I.i t us give Y?U in both SRG? RITY AND SERVICE., PETERS GRABS BULL BY HORNS Issues Call for Council Meeting to Settle Broad Street Paving Controversy. LOWER BRANCH TO STAND PAT That, at Least, [s Belief, but Board May Demand Asphalt Block. In order to brine the long drawn out Broad Street paving controversy to an end, ('resident It Leie i'etors, ol the Contnton Council. lssa.,i yesterday n call f?i n special meeting for next Tuesday night to reeoiv? the report ol the Committee oil Streets in refer? ence to ihi? contract. President Peters took this action on his own kriltatlvc, Without petition either from the bitultthic or asphalt bloc It factions, nterely in order to bring tin matter to a load, and if possible to StUT! tile H oi k. The awa,fd was made by tin- Council Committee on Streets et: July l". to th. Atlantic Bitullthic Company, by i voto of S to G, ?s follows: Ayes?Messt s. Huddon. Kaln, Miller. Moore. Nelseli. Pollock. Sullivan Von derb.hr. Noes?Messrs. Don l>avy. Fergus son. Gunst. Jones. Powers, Adams. Attorneys and agents !?i tin. Atlan? tic BHullthlc Compahj Southern agents of Warren Brothers, ..t Boston, a: once began a canvass of members of the Council with the vUw of issuing an immediate 'nil ..nd so having the contract ratliied by' both branches of th. council at the earliest possible Merchants Bnlei Proleat. But the merchants on Broad Stlrcet uit. not satisfied with the bitullthic paving, and miiss-hieetlngs were call eO to protest. The street Committee nut again on July 1C. and a \ gorouS protest against the us- ?.r bltulithlo paving was mad., by Samuel Cohen anl sin. .? no member of the majority would move to reconsider, the matter lioiild not be brought before the com? mittee, but Councllmaon Carter C. Jones cave notice on behalf of the si.\ member* opposed to the bitultthic award that a minority report would be offered in the Council* substantial? ly following the report of city ICngl neci Cl tries K, Rolling in bis recom mt ndatldn that asphalt block paving be used. Evidently the bitullthic adherents did not have the promise of sufficient \..t.s to Justify them It. asking tor a spe.-ial meeting of tb'e Council to confirm the award. Since thvii tiie merchanis <>f Broad Street have he id Aeveral meetings and taken ctrung action against the use of the bitullthic on the main shopping tnoroughfare of Richmond. The light h <s narrowed down to a contest between monolith or ?r.., t con? struction and block construction. <?f the she eth bech?cmf wm C m cm the sheet type there Is the patent bi? tullthic formula of the Warren Broth; ers. represented In this territory by the Atlantic Bitullthic Company There Is tin Crawford Paving Com? pany, off. ring what The City Knglnee!* : is des rlbed as substantially the name formula, at ,:ents a square ynr.l less pi;.-. There is also the Barber Asphalt Company, commonly known as the ??asphalt trust." because of Its control of the asphalt output of Lake Trinidad, which has not bid In tnu local contest. >rvrni| Xnrleile. tillered. Of block paving thorii Is tn(. Wnsh gli ii Asphalt Block .'.nd Tile C.,rn ranv, offering the asphalt block which ? -n used here on Grace; Frank? lin and muny other streets with line, results, some of it having been ?ln\vn seventeen years with no cost for re? pairs; there ore th" various forms of . rensoted woo ) bloi-k. and there are various granite block pavings. C'ltj Fnglneer Polln.a 's positive In his ..pinion that Richmond should only use ,,? us main shopping street a block pnvlne. which can be cut into for \va t.M ,-,nd sew,-- connections, conduits and repairs, to the afreet car tracks nnd replaced. The sheet Construction, main? tains i- expcnslvi to repair, and readily 31? ar-ii, s. aft-r being cut lo p'ecid Mr Boiling strongly recommends the asphalt block as the most dura hi . -.1 sfactory and cleanly paving for Broad street, nnd in his view six mehi Ibers of the Str.-et Committee concur. President Peters did not IndicatH tils personal views as to which form of PavlnjJ should be used. The report of the committee had been ready since July 10: the report of the six mem >?? rs composing the minority has also ready for more than a week: the merchants have expressed their pro lercnce foi asphalt block by unanii mods resolution; every newspaper in the city has urged block rather than sheet paving for Board Street, and practically every councilman has mad- up his mind on the issue in? volved. Denilb >k Bxpected. Mr. Peter? therefore took the initi? ative m calling the meetinc in order that whatever contract is finally awarded, the work may be soguti dur? ing the summer dull season. Even as It is. so much time has 1.n lost that it will not now be possible to com j plete the work before the State Pair Ir. October, whichever form of pav? ing Is used The bitullthic company Iiiir employed attorneys and has a Strong lobby at work The Broad street merchants have appointed a committee to combat this move, by an active coiivnss in favot ?.f asphalt block. Although no final poll hai been taken, there is a general prcdiet'on that tue Council will ratify the bltull thle award, that the Board of Alder? men will stand firm for asphalt block, and that the dead lock will result in no paving being done this summer, the appropriation r>r J50.00Q available since last March being allowed to stand Over, to be used with a like amount In next year's budget by the Administrative Board In the repaying of the entile street Templed Beyond Ihelr Strength, Three neuro bays, tlenrv Smith John fthuman and Sal Morr *. were lentcriccd i" ten days in lull in the Ilehrlce county Po? lice court yesterday for stealing water melons fn.ni the patch of Richard Burnett, w bo lives ne u Westhainplon. T'i<- oldest boy i' fourteen years of nge, and Hie young? est s.i 1.1 thai lie i. as twelve. Ttiej sr< ? i hi plckanlpny type thnt simply couldn't resist a luscious watermelon wrj.in ihelr joacb,-. Those Who Could Not Be Waited On Yesterday will have an opportunity to-day of being served more promptly. Every unsold article which was on special sale for Friday and Saturday will bear the same price reductions until closing time to-night. FOR MEN? Hundreds of Suits which sold up to S.yi.oo reduced to . Suits which sold up to $20.00 reduced to . Extra Trousers worth up to $4.50 (frty r-/\ reduced to . t]J*?i?ijlU Blue and Black Serge Coats worth up to $5.00 reduced to . Fancy Vcsii worth up to $5.00 reduced to. Straw Hats worth up to $4.00 reduced to . $2.50 $2.50 Negligee Shirts worth up to S.^or reduced to . Negligee Shirts Worth up to $!.5< reduced to . $1.45 79c FOR BOYS? All Si.50 Wash Suits reduced to. 75c AU S2.50 Wish Suits reduced to.$1.25 All $4.00 Khaki Norfolk StlitS reduce! to.$2.00 All S.^.oo Linen Crash Norfolk Suits reduced t<>. . . $2.50 $4.00 and $4.50 ( heviot Knickerbocker Suits.S2.50 $5.00 Cheviot. WOrsted and Blue Serge Sun-, re? duced to.?3-95 $7.50 and $8.00 Fancy Cheviot-Worsted and Blue Serge Suits reduced to.$5.95 Our entire stock of Woolen Knickerbocker Trousers at HALF-PRICE Gans-Rady Company STREETS FURNISH ANOBJECTLESSON Public Got Tired of Tearing Up. Candidates Address Lee Ward Club. The principal eause of the d'i.?ati?-j faction which rbs?lted In the creation of the Administrative Board ?as tho i ? ohtluual te.u iiiM tip o! the city's s i rent Ii; Iii th0 opinion of W. II. Zim? mermann, expressed last night at a meeting of the Lei Ward Memo ratl. Citll). I'Iff. rent departments working at cross ptirppSCS. each dieting up the streets when It d eel red, gave the public the idea of lack of co-operation I and resulted In a desire f?r a hodj which would have general chargi ": stich matter?. Mr. Zimmermarin further said that hi did not think much of platforms In this fight, No man. he said, could foretell what he would dr. with u slt tiattou until it arose, with ?!! of its' circumstances. He declared, however,' toi sufficient pa> for city employes to make them comfortable, so that they could devote thei. energies to thi elt> ? business ' nndldate A. W Bennett announced himself for cheaper rus, to lighten tht burdens of the average man, who pays h'shei taxes ami se.-ii no more direct benefits than In previous years. Candidate C, 1". Richards bad heard It said that If he were elected lie ivould spend all the city's money or. Climen Hill ?Now." he said, "when 1 became a member of the Council 1 found that .???? i. ward was getting all it could anil the only thing 1 could 00 was to get my part for mj ward, and 1 did it. 1 But with the Administrative Board, ward lines will no longer be a factor, and ward politic; will be a tiling ot 1 the pa?*t " Other speaker.* before the club teere Oeorge H Davis, Marx Ounst, .loan Hlrs It berg and W. P. nowlos. Con? gressman John Mmb, who had been expected to h,. present, was i ailed to Washington to attend a meeting of 1.1? Committee on Agriculture I.arkln W. tllasehrnok. Jr., was elect ed puhllcltv agent for the club. Pres? ident ? ' M. Blanks was in the chut. <>:ie thine Is becoming evident ? that the candidates for the Administrative Board are heartily tired of much speak? ing and desire nO( to be invited again until after the congressional primary on August ih. ROYAL ARCANUM TRIP ! Locol Council? 1.0 on I;\cur?lon ?0 llu ek roe Heneh on Monday, Mentbers of all the local councils, Royal Arcanum, will Join Monday morning in the annual excursion to Ruck roe Beach, Indications are thai the attendance will be about 2,(100. Two special trains ovetj t\n t'losa peftke and Ohio Railway will accom? modate the crowd, the first section l-aving the Main Street Htatl'fii at S o'clock and the second a short whllfl after. Returning, the excursionist.' leave Old Point at 7:.V> o'clock. The Royal Arcanum band of twenty, eight pieces will he a great factor in the day's r-njojmeiit The excursion wlli be In the hand.' ] of the following committee, made tip | of the membership of the various conn- 1 etls. Benjamin l.evy. chairman: n a. Cooke. A. P.. Oordoh, r. H Mayer, 13. a. Jackson, n. Williams, .f. Owen. Wil? liam Oratsnowsky, Joseph Blckerstatt ] and a. o. Jackson, BE SURE i Get the tried and true kind?? I G. M. Co.'s "Pearl" Roofing Tin It is the best at the price. Gordon Metal Co., RICHMOND, VA. CHASED THROUGH : LONG.DARKSEVtfER Whole East End Excited as Po? lice Try to Capture Wrong Man. A r.'cro, believed to be Wllilo Mur? phy, wanted for the murdei of Kobertu Mitchell, colored, wa's chnsed through finally captured at Twent>>fourth arid Broad Str. et* bj Officers Uets.i, liafcki ett, Pcndleion and Tucker, Captain or Detective* McMahon was hurriedly summoned t.> the Klrst Po Ii"', and after ii?csiiionlhfc o?< prls oner he was satisfied that a mistake had been mad. Tin negro, who said li>- was William Braxton, had been pointed "in to Bicycle Policeman Smith, who, with Bicycle Policeman Bryant; led th- chase, which started fr'.:n Seventeenth and Washington Streets. Wh'-n tile officer called to Braxton to halt, he became frightened and ran. lie took a course towards Falrmount, jand the route lie selected rnrrled hint through a Ma sewer main between Baldwin and Washington Streets from Seventeenth to Buchanan Smith and I ninny of the negroes who had mined 'in the chase followed the fugitive through thl* subterranean passage Man; .loin in nhnne. i All the police available were also s.-t In pursuit of the mipposed mur? derer They ?.->iight to capture him bv heading him off. and J.elss, Tnek*r. Pcndleton and liachett were success? ful when the fleeing man Appeared ir. East Broad Street Breathless he was taken to the Klrsi Station, and after much questioning th. police w.-re satisfied that the wrong man had been taken In custody, and be was discharged. The chas.? created the wildest com? motion among the negroes of the East Kud, most of whom fear that Murphy Is still in the city, and stand In fear of him. I,ater In the day Bryan and Smith arrested Chester Oalnes. colored, as a suspicious character. suspected ..r being implicated In the murder of tlm Mitchell woman, it Is believed by the polii e that he knows of Murphy's whereabouts, and has been keeping him in hiding, aside. It was said. fron, abetting him In the actual slaving of the woman. Summer Excursion Rates to point- North and West by rail and wader. RICHMOND TRANSFER COMPANY, S09 East Main Street. ?_-,-. tj^a Richmond Corrugated Paper Company Manufacturers CORRUGATED BOXES, WRAPPERS, PARTITIONS, fits., M7-RI9 N. Seventeenth St. Works, Office, Phone Monroe .?271 Madison 7 2> A Trial Will Convince Our Work is Superior Our new method of "Moulding" col? lars is- a simple process, but one that gives the very best rrMilts, makes your collars la.-t and gives plenty of mom for your tie. No cracked collars. Gall Monroe 1958 or 1959. ROYAL LAUNDRY M. R. Fl?rsheim, Proprietor, J 311 N. ScvcnUi Stxcct.