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tgoulh Richmond.?.10? Hull Btreat | IIP?l?r?hur? Durtiu .. ..10? N* Pi rnmorf BlreK. kt-yncl.burr Jlureau.?15 Klshth Street. it MAIL, On* S=T? Three One >>STU?iE PAH") Tcir Mm. Moi. Mo ?Ith Buodsy.M? 1300 ILM M without Sun?*?.... I ? 1-00 1.00 .13 lr 'ii ..? I i only. ZOO LOO .60 .11 IS/efkly (Wednesday). 1.0? .M Time*>riipatch Carrier Delivery Ber ler?i>vr?? Ono Week with Fun*ajr.^. 1? cents |l>.?,:y without 6un<l?y....?. 10 renn > only .-. '? rent* Entered January K. 1904. at Richmond, as ?eccnd-cl??? matter under sot of reu of March J. llTO FHIPAY. AUGUST SO. 1912. FlttK.VUSIIIP AM) VOTING. Has friendship any real place 'n posing five men "ho shall begin to )rk out for the good of Richmond e new form Of city government to tried in the Administrativ,- Hoard? e pledges given months ago to vote r a certain candidate because of come rsonnl relationship to him, to be hold tiding now that the entire com mil ty Is aroused to the Importance of Is experiment, and to the necessity de?ld n:r 11= eereonnel on the basis ? fitcienoy ? Certainly the unselfish friendship of ie man to another In whom he llnds jnpathy, fellow-feeling, similar tastes <! idea Is Is one of the loftiest of unan ties The same resonance of re that knits men together and helps ch 10 lighten the cares and loneliness at burden him, lias in It something fine. It would bo a sad day for tiny man society In which this feellns ui sacrificed to ignoble cnd?. In VI r nla perhaps inoro than almost any lrre else In the worll is friend tip a guiding sentiment, full of power good, and founded on tha deepest bid worthiest emotions, No one would Iflhlnk of making light of such ties. Bui Is that tile hlgJi type of friend Ship thai asks ii vole just because the candidate and the voter happen to be congenial Intimates? We think riot. Friendship Is a personal and Individual relationship. It cannot Justly extend the field Of social acts. A friend :an righteously rive to another what sr he deems fitting of money, place. ?>r companionship of his own. Hut can help to give him a place of power ind prestige of which the price will fiave to be rai '. by the entire commu itty? Friendship on the high plane Joes not lower itself to help another political oHl.-,, when the aspirant 18 not p?SslOS? this ability, experience 1 training needful for tho proper ?reise of the .-.tTlce The true affec n of friends is based on worth, i^ne fman does hot? recommend for a }.",n<>o >sltion a man who he knows has >vcr made more than $1,000 by his vn tnlents. If he does, he Is making id whole people ipay ills debt of landshlp. If a voter casts his ballot for a an he knows Is not fitted for Hie iAce. he debases what he chooses to gnlfy by the line name of friendship, hr votes for n man because he ex eots some return of one kind or an hcr. then the name of friendship Is rongly Used for such a transaction. Moreover, If a man votes for his friend riowlng that he himself will be ln ired by the inefllclcncy of this man In Hr,-, he does t!,., snme thing as If i u.w.- Liu; friend something undc irved from his own wealth. Any tfhl feeling candidate vrtiuld jft ask ich favors of friendship; Friendship Is n fine thing. B:t there much rot talked In Its name I or -:-or.d the personal bond of frlend iip' if the Inoro Important brotherhood lilt exists between men Just as men. he common good of all Is moro vital ikii the payment of personal debts Jt of the common purse. If all the indldates are equally worthy then t friendship decide the lot. if they 't- r.ot, let the test be one of efll ?ncy End service. A SIGATFICA.Vl ll.l.HMi:. Following the news of massacre;- by arks of ottoman Christian subjects .territory adjacent to the frontiers Bulgaria, Scrvla arid Montenegro, "I of the popular demons trat Ions in ms, and Buigrado Iii demand iat the Bulgnrlan nnd the Servian overnmcnts declare war In Turkey, is the /announcement that nn "alliance" .ii? been consummated between R rvla and Bulgaria; Under It Bui gars and the Serbs, it Is stated, bind themselves to make common aauso In Slavic interests, Naturally, the Question (irises are the massacres and the demonstru. li rts, and the signing of th. treaty merely coincidental? The question aeflyes additional pertinency from the admitted fa<-t. which we noted j, f?w days ago; that in ihe Turkish provinces "1111 Ich have been the scenes of the 0ut g*cs, i evolutionary committees. In stored from the outside?especially llillgaria?have recently been exceed? ingly active. luqually natural, entirely logical, in trutHi 1p the Inference, ?frrttnflt the > .uerstlon of coincidence nn'l In favor of HC relation and of Ihr trea?-.- and the hf-?icres and the ro'vo'.t? ln<ltcd hy to. latter, standing largely In the re \ on of cause and effect An Inde Y* -.dent Pan-Slav confederation has lt>! i; been a dream of many of the Slavs Kontheaat Europe. The two chief I'eaaoita why a concerted movement t'> materialization thereof not been ' ' ? "Vcfore have been Jealousy aa to :>? hegemony" and the mi a'.lnna <>f Itussla and Auatrln-I lun 'ooklng to gaining each for her? by force or otherwise, r< j 4 the patron or protection "f I aviam. The berVo-Uulgarlan al llance would scorn to be a. slgnlfloont ? stop towards removing the first ob- j Made, or, at least, rendering It a aeoondary consideration, holding it In abeyance, nnd leaving the determina? tion of the Issue to the developments, wisdom and necessities of the future. Moreover. It may have nn Important boarlng on the second, since In spirit. If not In terms, It la a deo'.nratton of indoper.denoo of the patrojiuge of either Ilunsln or tJi-e ?dua.! monarchy. In ltoolf the treaty unit. 7,000.000 Slavs as a nucloua of attraction of several millions more from provinces In the Tlnlkan peninsula overloaded hy a Lions. What with Turkey In? volved: In war with Italy, and torn by Internal political dissension, fornil dsiile Insurrection In Albania, the -Montenegrin nmiy virtually de- j nmmltng that it bo led across the bor- j der: the sympathy of Roumanla n.ud j Ronm-dln with Bulgnrla, the Intense recrudescence of Macedonian unrest, ' the Irk of the Austria-Hungarian yoke I In rtornoo and Herzegovina, conditions ; could hardly be riper for pressing the federation proposition to a prnc tical venture. Apparently all that Is necessary t 1 that end Is a competent and trusted leader able to rally the debauched siavlo subjoet units upon the organized fighting men Bulgaria and Sorvla can furnish. It Is reportod that tho Servo-Bul? garian alliance.Is taken very seriously in some of the European ohanoellorle?, nnd well It may be, Unquestionably It j Injects Into the nearer ("art complication another factor which may bo fraught with tremendous posslMMtles In bring? ing matten? to a head there, throng!) tho precipitation of a general upheaval and a welter of"blood WHAT ABOUT "THE (Jmi.f" In a good many Virginia households a raramonnt question right now Is, "What shall wo do with 'the boy* next yenrT" The boy. In this case. Is the youth of elp-Meen who hae flnlsfliefl the high school. Parents are puzzling over what school will give him the best education nnd how the ends may j be made to moot for preparing hfiri 1 for the future. We worider If any of i them ever ask themselves tho equally j pertinent nnd equally just Question, I Whnt shall we do with "the glfl"? Ill , U modern oge one. Is exactly tlio same Importance as the other. Tho girl ought to have every opportunity for realizing her opport unlUus and Utting Iier mind and body for a happy, use? ful and well-rounded life. In no State In the land is education more highly prized than In Virginia. No saorlQOe :s too great for bitty folks or country folks to make that sons may he trained for...honorable service In the professions, und to become cul? tured, broad-minded gentlemen. But thnt women can be tr.-ilned. end should be trained for equally greet sind honornl.io sorvices In their own j spheres doos not yet seem to be a vital part of our social creed. In , Itlchmondi for example, the High i School graduates, perhaps three times as many' girls .as boys, yet how many i Of this number ever pursue their cdu- | cation further than a trifle of music j or dilettante art'.' What opening have t-hese potential wives and mothers for their energies and aspirations? They drift along as dependents or In the , light pleasure of social life, until they are married. Kven those who have ' to support themselves arc force.', into ' poorly paid and monotonous employ- I tnents, where their real talents urei he'ver utilized Some higher training I would be an economic relief to tills ] class of women, if to no other. Education for women no longer im? plies a spectacled, cnpi. unfemlnlne 1 h?1ng. unsexed, and spoiled for the great duties of life. It means poise, health, culture, the possibility of true companionship tvlth educated h'.ift bandr. nnd n happy realization of nil latent powers. Virginia has within its borders fine Institutions for edu? cating women. But they are ton costly for grent numbers who desire ?.uch advantages The postponement of the establishment of o woman's col? lege may have been a wise move on the part of the last Legislature, but It leaves still unsettled the problem of what to do with the girl so (hat she may add h,%r gifts to tfho service of the entire people. Hl Mi ll'tl, AI TOXOM V. A municipal declaration rif Indo rice will probably he written W In Ohio next week. it takes mpe of an amendment to the s llstltutloii establishing Imme rule uhlcipnlities. It will substitute l If- govern then I for Supervision ie State. it is based on the pr Ition that it la tvlsbr and fnlrer r late to permit local com mil nl He wn way. os far as Ii compatible; general unity of purpose throug he state. Thf. principle rerognlzi lent, h ;t It has tor, often been itrd \y legislative bodies under * er Influences. If r;ty |9 cai The effect of the amendment In Ohio ! municipality to adopt n form Of jiOv>! ernment u, suit its own needs, with? out having to s.rnre the permission Of issues Involved. Under the pl'esent sys? tem, the eitles r,f Ohio, Ilk.- t hi Si Virginia,'afe barred frdhi 'he privi? lege of making experiments in rnunicl . I cannot have, without a light, nnytlitng Cincinnati does not want, iusi tin ici.h mond could not get without s' i . what another'Virginia city did not do. sir? Tl.. Ohio amendment cuts riff red lap. procedure and permits municipal, ttlei to change liieli form -,f govern? ment at any i.me. Instead of having to wait to go their weary way through the legislative mill. The system under the proposed amendment In Ohio is that If ten por cent of the voters of any municipality desire to adopt a new form of gov? ernment?the commission form. for example?they may petition the city council, which must then submit to the elootorato ot a special or general election the question "shall a commis? sion be chosen tu frame a charter?" Or, without euch a petition, the ooun oll, by a two-thirds vote, might sub? mit the lssuo to tho people. In any case, on the some ballot with the question provision Is mude for choos? ing uflecn electors who. If the project pusses, bocomo the charter-framing body. Th nomination of the fifteen would be subject to the general elec? tion laws. The charter fr.unoi by the llftoon would bo submitted for u ma? jority Indorsement or rejection. There Is unother mode. In that the legisla? ture may draft a form of government which the cities may adopt at thoir discretion. Cities satlslled with thoir old form e;f covornmont would not be disturbed, and yet their content with the ancient form would not prevent other cities from adopting the mod? ern, a stato of nffnlrs Impossible under the present system. The State would still have certain powers over municipalities, as In supervision of hnanoes and In police powers So much of the general laws ns would b? essential to safety, unity.! and order of the cities would be re- j served to the State. Tho ttmo has come when Virginia should also have municipal home rulo. Our cities should no longer have to wait upon the pleasure ot the General Assembly. but should possess the widest salutary latitude In ordering their own affairs and tho utmost flex? ibility In altering their form of gov? ernment. If the new form of govern? ment for Richmond had been drafted a year later than It was. It could not have gone Into effect until 1P15 bo cause of Ha having to wait to secure legislative approval. Within their peculiar spheres, our municipalities should movo unfettered by unneces? sary restrictions. Self-government is just ns vital to the growth of the city as it Is to the life of the State. NEXT SUMM Hit's MUSIC* Summer heat and summer tedium ; have both been mado more endurable j for thousands of Richmond peoplo by j the senson of band concerts In the | parks. The crowds that attended ' every one of those outdoor mustcalos, j and tho enthusiastic appreciation of i the director's endeavor to give thorn | well-balanced programs that Included ; both popular and scml-clnssla light I music, of which there Is such an \ abundance, miist show that the small 1 sum of money spent for this pleasure i paid many hundred per cent dividends, i Theso concerts are almost the only j direct effort the city makes toward , amusing and educating her people at i the same tlmo. Vet, tho Council show- | cd such a smaJl knowledge of what tho taxpayer Is willing h's money should , Hhlft spent for that the appropriation was | almost lost. we believe it was cut ; from $.',000 to $0,000. Now, therefore, while tho memory H?f the happiness enjoyed on hot nights ! by tired nnd worn-out working men, by children, and by music lovors of i all kinds, Ftill remains fresh <n mind. I let tho mombofs of the Incoming Coun- 1 cil and the candidates tor the Adminls- j native Hoard take counsel with them Si Ivos how t.oxt rummer's music may be made more plentiful and more beau? tiful. The budget should contain a specific fund for this purpose. Clans for the series and for the programs should be carefully made. Ii should be ns much public business to give pleas? ure to the people as to give them water and gas. Is life nothing but mechanics? leot us count from how on upon a series of concerts, running from June to September. Let provision be made for outside attraction:) if necessary. I.. : the musical sock-lies lake a hnnd In working up programs and supplying sold features. Music for .the people i worthy or all support. ' To point the moral, here Is a pro? gram of a concert given In Central I'ark, Xew Vork. True, New Vork is a great city, With an educated music l 'orchestral concert. But It shows what ordinary people can be train, d lo want:: . ? Oy? rturi ? "R'i n?l" .Wagner j l-'a.-ilasie?' I '.mi-i ' .Gounotl ? i.v.i'uie ?>. n.ii amide' .Rossini ? Gregor Ckolhlk, ? ,1 . i rontpllmctiiary to (Jovcrnor Mnm "Qovol'iiO-r Maim, of Virginia. r< nn?l trio iVcii'rd fjlrl ridiivJctedl ?r mum ? innhSty t i m tliii ,? t m ox< diitlve or 11 i iKcauiio they have ?o k'ocp: ullva. On the Spur of the Moment By Roy K. Moulton Ifltchln* ?r.m w Tho marriage m'TObo Is u bird that's hard to understand. The short man always asks tho tall skyscraper for hor hand. Tho man who's six feet In hie Boclta Will wed for K?od and all Homo maiden who Is passit g fair, but only four feet tall. The brilliant girl who takes the j prlr.e and outshine' all the , school, ;ls more than apt to cast ler fate In' marriage with some fool. Tho learned man who knows h<s books and has a sober tn'nd Most ilk., we,is th<- dizziest young j damsel ho can find. The prettiest of all the girls will wed | Homo cross-eyed gink Who doesn't look hb though he knew | enough to even think The homely girls most likely hooks the hands,nut millionaire. The frivolous muld weds a man who's loaded down with on:".. The jilous girl Is apt to draw lonio old night prowlln* skate Who doesn't think that E o'clock Is anywhere near late. The pastor of tho church may draw a social butterfly Who thinks more of her new fall hat than mansions up on high. The more you try to Solve the thing, the less you really know. Philosophers all gave It u;. Borne cen? turies ago. The myst, ry la fathomles:\ as much now as of yore. It's only human nature, puio and sim? ple, nothing more. in the Umellghl Twinkle, twinkle, little el-.ir. llow 1 wonder what you arc? Sweet sixteen or sixty-two Bcata nil what make-up'll do. Hiandmotlier or swoet young lass? Glvo It up. I'll huvo to pass. Billboards always call you Miss." Though you aro In wedded bliss. Big blonde wig and pink greess paint .Vuko you see like you ain't. Ono old lady that I know. Married fifteen times or bo, She Is maUln' qulto a hit. Play in' Little Eva ylt. Her grandson Is old Logree. And her youngest non. you see. He's played l.'nclo Tom for years, Seven daughters carried sprats in the gay "Evangollno'' Twenty years ago, I ween, All of which will go to Show If some things yioi'.l like to know, 'Specially a woman's uge. Never seek It on tliu stage. According 1? Uncle Abner. No chain is stiong.-r than the weak- I est link, but Home sausage is. The most embarrassing haldspot Is ? ono which starts down at th* back of the necic where the hat won't cover The court decided that Mr. and Mrs. I.nfe Purdy, who have got Into too many wordy altercations, si,mild talk on their lingers in tho deaf end dumb language Last Sunday morning Mrs. t'urdy talked no fast that sho broko j three lingers. She has 'em in plaster ; cast now ami for tho lirsl time In ills j life Ltife kin do all tho talk In'. Tho womtin who ain't hnppy unless she Is 'miserable tills an Important place In this world, ut'tcr all, because ( sho makes a lot of folks feel thank? ful that they are better oft than she Is. I Tf all the fellers spent as much time sa\inc their money as they do sav? ing, their cigar coupons thoro would j be u lot more Pierpont Morgans In our midst. Theta are lots of peoplo that ain't i i. V.! a particle alarmed about the future life when they uro feelln' well. Gcher'lly the "cryln' need" of the hour Is a noursln' bottle. If .-v. ry feller could vote as he hol ; we could have u. different Pres? ident 'j, tills country about every two llou lo lie Happy. Don't volunteer t.. pass around any subscription list act according to your own hunch. If von are In. dcubt about doing any? thing don't do it. for the doubt is right nine times out of ten. Don't wrangle with the man In the box office If yon want the best seats. l>..r, i wait to be entertained, About all the tun you have la life is what >.<u in.ike yourself. Never put your money up against another man's experience, for If his experience hail been fortunate, he w otild hot hi ed > our money. QUERIES & ANSWERS Itleltmoiid i emetcrlc*. PleuBi tell mo who control Holly wood and (Ink woo I C< rhetorics O. M. A Hollywood is own-d by the Holly wood Association. Oak wood belong ? General SenU. 1'lease tell me when nnd where Gen erni tVintleld Scott was born. It. R. fj. .June i:t, i;sfi. nt tin Scott pltititntioi ... tir Petersburg, Va. finr.ebn, Please give nv V.'.ntx and deflnt ? loii of "'gazabo.'' I). The weld sp.emfl 10 have no diction nry alandlng except In the form ''gaxni 1.,.'.?? in which it i lid to he ''COllc Abe Marlin m 1 1 Miss M(i7.to Hud luid returned from n nv.e we?ks' vlsli 'inongst rulfttlycs. it lulu* some folk si n Ioiik time t' nit enough! o' thi r n itilVCS. Ait .Moon snys lie's noVer' been able t'rtnd as good a joi> aM he had before ho went thro colleifo. ~ THEY FORTIFY THE PANAMA CANAL FROM AEROPLANE ATTACKS? By John T. McCutcheon. [Ooprrl-rhti Bj J?hn T. MoCutehfwn.] 'Hilnl and humnmuif (lt Is hard to de. fine humor >. and to mean a summer hot! so from which there Is a wide ''gase." y?ur word la studied "gazebo." and belong* with "geeser, ? "Tklddo," "ho."' ''gink'' and scores of such other forms with which the linguistic trump conic uses his verbal depravity and to which ho attaches such meaning or no meaning as suits him best, < 'onfedernte. Please answer these questions for I 1 When was General .lohn rt Cham, bliss killed, and In what battle? 2 When was the tirst arrangement i n eNchahge of urlsonerv signed In the Civil War? .1. Who commanded Edmund RuiTmi's battery at Sumter? I Is th?vre a roster of the Thirteenth , Virginia Cavalry? j. p. p.. (1) August 16. list, at Prep Hottoni, below Richmond (2 i duly 22. 1SS2. 12,, Captain r, R. Cuthhert PalUietto' Guards, ii. Rosters may he secu at thi office of Colonel Bldgpos] secretary of Vir? ginia Military Records Richmond V.i | "-mm Wanted. Wtll you print the old Con f oder* song, "J lay five dollars down"? READER Will some one be good enough send copy? Second Class Hallway pnre. What used to be about the differ once in Virginia between tho ? ost of first and second class fare on the rail? way? V s h Twenty per cent. The Southern was the last of the rpads in this State to sell second class fare. The dlscrlmlnn. tion was regarded to have lleeii made as a step in the direction of race segre gation. Virginia Vewapegers, Please give me the name of a arii newspaper in Norfolk. Clifton Eorj and on the Eastern Shore MISS M N VIrglnlan-Pllpt, Norfolk: Rovlci Clifton Ebrgei Northampton Time Cape Charles KplNcupnlluu. Will yon give the list of Protestant Episcopal bishops of Virginia up to the war and of the more distinguished Virginians who before (ho Revolution belonged to the Churi.il of England? \V'A RR ENTON. Mndison. Moore, Monde, Johns, so large ??< proportion of "distinguished Virginians were, before the Rcvolu ? i . of the English Church that it Would he much easier to glV< spare to the list of those Who Wei'. |,ot. IprH'n Fool. I iocs atiy one Know the origin of rfi April':; Tool Da) or the date of tl first observance? t. t. TIi. so. t of thing was almost tin v.r.'al a.ng old nations. \n one 01 :l. , \;.. tl\ what was the "origin" .?ur custom nor the time of the Hi observance. (Special to The Times-Dispatch] Bristol, Va.. August 29.?-No word was received In Rristoi to-day as to Congressman Hleinp's vloiv of the Re? publican convention's actions in re itomtnnilug him over his protest. Delegates leaving hire tins evening were anxious for information. [low cVer, Bristol friends of Slehlp say Iber.? .?an l.e no 'iiiei-tlon hut Hint he will (accept- . . A telegram Was received ill Rlcll mond yesterday from Congrcssmn'n Slcmp, who is in Cincinnati, stating that, it is lily intention to accept the nomination, BESET BY REBELS WHO THIRST FOR REVENGE Mexican Troops Are Hurrying to Relief of En? dangered American's--U. S. Cavalry Prepar? ing for Rush to the Border. Washington, August 2 9,-?-The M<-\! pall government has ordered Federal troops t'> hasten to a point between llertnozlllo and Nognles, In th? State ol Sonpra, for the protection of two Americans, Prank B, L'urtis and Ar? thur Cunningham who njre beset by rebels thirsting for revenge, ?-?ho Americans had beoii left In charge of a mining camp at 1:1 6ro, and had hilled several rebels in trying t" protect the company's proper!} from i alders, Arm) idii-Ts along the boundary line report to the War Department that froth the Information they gather front refugees fleeing from Mexico into America, the conditions In the M - ? an I Mate of SoitOr.t am- bad, and the j-am.' I state of affalra exists in the north? western part of the .State of Chlhua nti?. The War Department lias nhput strengthen materially th? American border paired on the western part nf the line and as Ooncral Sterver hat ! Indicated that he probably will heed , more cavalry, the men arc being got ten ready at Fort Rlley. Kahs., and K?rt I' A, Itussell, Wyo.. to entrain 'and proceed to Vflzona ani southern California ai boon as St^evci' gives News of South Richmond South Re-hmond Rureau. . I The Times-Dispatch, I ? Hull Street, | Phone Mailtion 1.8. l"wo boj marauders who have- hern aetnol lulling tho machinery of the Mihi heiter Milting Com pan: during 'hr past few weeks| nrlil s?::t:ie lh< dismantled parts ?I junk shops in ih. city, were caught yesterday i? ? thrilllhf: ehnse over the Inning rocks of, lames River. They were Jerome Stone, j of Its Xbrth Twenty^ fourth St reet. and frank . tirtmes, rolored, of 3'.f? South Second Stre.-i , confessed m carrying away much of Ilm stolen property, but implicated several mlirr hoys, who nre being* aoucht by the' ! Hie two bf>'y? were caught in a trap .Mid r.? Deputy Sergeahl J. W Hastings, who; 1 hi ambush at the fool of Hull Street Until the siitplcloui-lnoklrtg youths appeared ! around the corner ?f Talbot's lalnnd. II- ? j ailed to them to stop, and the rare across ' the ri>?? r began. I.Ike young antelopes, they 'leaped m,.im 10 I; Id rock over the ledge".; hut llatiineii iiahbcd or." o: them by thi j Cellar And the oihei lumped Into the river tli uns inet on the other side by Hastings,. |i wh'o pu|led him nlij is he emerged upon l the shore lloih prisoners *:ere turn',1 over to Officers .1 V Manning aid " Wei t <>tt. who lOelk tHe 1,1 t? the |iOllec station. I ? where they wer? locked up. ! The chase iva!i enjoyed hy a number Of peop ?long the banks, who sold that they i l ad net seen an'thing llko It since th list presentation ?l ?nele Tom's Cable." In ' 1 which Ms!? ?in.le-l hi r pursuers by hot ! footing It ever a pnpier-mach ler-tloe to Hrnlli ol Mr.. (VHklnson. I Mrs Betili il Wilklnsihi, ?? Sklnquartcr. Va? who had !,<?? ii visiting tier (laughter, | I Mrs. I" SlBiily) II?,I. of I'.'MI f>ee..tur Street. 'fi>r the past few weeks, <ll ?l yesterday ?i- ; I leriipitn .it 3 ? i She was n\ty-una \ j years old. ! The remains <?ill he forwarded at 11 . o'i ... ii ibis morning to Sklnonurlcr, where I (the funeral \?111 ba held. Oenlli ?.l I.inwortd Untren. I Lin wood 11.nc, ii ,,f West Sixth street. ; died Wednesday night at 11:S0 o'clock nt [ the ?=<? nf seventy.'our y, ais. Mr. Uoweh ; w us i Con federal! veteran, mid .luring hlj i four years 01 service ho suffered wound* j from which h? never fully recovered, lie I I wnr remarkable for his genial personality, I 'and had man? friends in Hoiitlt Richmond. I j I-'nnerul arr.ing? ments have not yet been ! completed i iiii.tiiI of nr. tVnyntnrk. The funeral ol James M. Woymack. fifty-1 nine years old, tt l,?> died Wednesday afier- 1 noon nt i o'clock in I,.? home on Boston Avenue, ?k G.o. t,?,k place yesterday afternoon from the Woodln?vf? Church nor Swift Creek. Th< burial was In the chare!-, i cemetery. Mr. Waymaok Is survived hy on? ! daughter, Mrs Oeorge \V Bedford, of r?ik ? Orove, nnd one son. W .1., Waymack, also : of Oak Orove. Polles .IrresU. i Holt Brown, colored, was arrested yester I day afternoon (,'?r ass.iu.ilng Robert Keys. ; eoinr.-d. with a billiard cue In an alterea i lion arising ?vir ? game of pool, Brown I get In an effective stroke nnd brought the i cue down so hard that It broke In twain. ! The city nmhiilnnee i\ns culled, nnd Keys wns taken to his Y otne. wh?re It Is no: I thought Ills Injuries nre ?erb,us Pr. BUI* ! o?cit dressed ibe wound Mrs Vohle. of Twelfth Street, reportod m the police yesterday that her home iind been entered tn* night previous and prop. ! erly valued .11 1*0 taken away. I Married a) Washington. J Mns Ituth I. lluhnnd and Norman O. IKly, of South Richmond. w?ro miyrlcd lu Waihlnifon, r> C., Wednesday a:t?moen. ' Tho n<-?? ?an learned In rfo::!h nhhmond II ? i ?.r.fgrhm received yetterday. After airlp through the North tho roupl? will reflde at ."prlnjt Hill. SERIOUS CHARGE ?G?IMST LE10N Arrested While Waiting in Court to Be Called as a Witness. A- he sat in the Police Court yes rday morning waiting to bo ca'.led on a witness in the case against Solomon Schwartz. Charged with the betrayal of Miss Annie Caplon, Dr. Isaac H. Lcion, of 1228 East Broad street, was arrested by Detective-Sergeant italley and Pollcemntt Gerling on a warrant charging hlni with performing a crlm inal operation on the young woman. Though lit expressed no surprise at the action of the officers, Leloh warned them that it was a serious thing to blacken the character of a physlctnn. 11.- was taken to the First Polled .Sta? tion und later was bailed In the sum of $2,UU0, with Patrick McDOhOugh as bis surety. ' Some time ago Sihwartz was arrested on cotnplalht of Miss Caplon and the case was continued to yesterday. For ten days or more the police had been on the watch for I/ion, and It was on Information of the girl that he was arrested. lie was taken before the case against Schwartz was, called. It was about two weeks ago that a warrant was Issued against Schwartz, who is a ladies' tailor, charging him with the betrayal. The young woman alleges that she gave lilm $2<i0 In the belief thai Ho; soon would be mar? ried. The discoveries of tho police which have covered a p. rio.l of about I wo weeks, collided with the allegations of Miss Caplon led to the arrest of LelOli In view of these developments, the case was continued In the Police Court, i.einn has employed Attorney Hilbert pollock to defi id him. National State and City Bank nielimonil, Virginia, Sollen? Your Account. Capital. SI.000.000. NllrpltlS, 91100,000, Beat by Test for forty years.