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THE HERALD IS PRINTED IN] TW O SECTIONS'?THIS IS SECTION 7? BE SURE YOU GET BOTH SECTIONS
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Both Man's Stores
~Closed All Day \
^Baring July and
L Hantaan, Inc.
J 1MM Pea mm. Ivmvc
fflEALTH TESTS 1!
require a urine analysis before
granting a policy?
Because urine analysis detects
disorders, even in the most incipient
It is not necessary to wait until i
you are feeling bad to know that
your system is out of order,
The National Laboratories
' 1313 H Street Northwest
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ife^Uir, Willi m appendix aa seen with !
ev ew* eyes. Our expert experienced
rperrur is a pkyaictan ud nneea. Will
Sew y+m exxetlj what ia wrens, which I
m acemry fer rueoeaafol operation er j
ratMit. PIMM Mala SM7. Dr. TOIOHTS .
;r Some Coo!
It's like meeting a long
these "cool necessities" are n
visit, too, so you'd better get
A Special I
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. Hj \V/l
I jGenuine Palm B<
J Snappy models for young mei
more conservative styles for
I* who prefer them. In grays,
I Jgreetn and pencil stripes. Siz
lata 38. The purse-pleasing, pric
| J today ia
3 i Man's White Flannel #e
I' Pants; sizes 39 to 36...
I! 1 Men's White Navy
II Twill Pants; sizes 29 #1
I io 3?
|, , Man's Wool Bathing 3ahs;
II piece styles, in a nice
|1 selection of colors; sizes tf?0
II 36 to 42 ?j
I. - Boys' Palm Beach Suits, in \
I hrowns and grays; sizes
I from 8 to 18 years.. . #V?
ft 1 Boys' Palm Beach Pasts; mi
I sizes from 6 to 16 4[1
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HAMPTON ROADS |
TO BE DEVELOPED '
NEWPORT NEWS, Va? July 22.-Hampton
Roads and the^Virginia
Peninsula ase to be made the greatest
military and naval center in the
This Is the opinion of naval and
military experts, many of whom
lave inspected the army and navy
bases in tjilg__ section in the past i
Tew months. The latest of these J
rere Secretary of War Weeks and
Hen. John J. Pershing. Chief of
StafT, who were here Wednesday
ind made, an inspection of Fort
Monroe. Langley Field, Camp Rustics.
the Lamberts Point Army Base
tnd Fort Storey.
Hampton Roads is pronounced the ,
military and naval heart of the ,
United- States. In the SpanishAmerican
War it was the chief port ,
jf embarkation and debarkation. In ]
the world war it rivaled New York. }
I 49 HOMING
Diamonds- Watches, Jewelry |1
1 Sooth End of Highway Bridg* ,
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Or?*t UkM CrnlM ($ d?7?) I
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DELTA TOTM |
Phone M.la 147$. tM Bond Bll*. I
Summer Rates?Stag Hotel.
OS Stk?H ill, $3 weeklr: $10 roMM.
IS: $14 rowi. w?tb shower, toll?t ul
itory. ?? 80% ?$tr? tw. ?? turn. |
' EltablUlMd US*.
WttEX Y0l'R GLASSES BREAK.
Ci.AFl.IN OPTICAL CO.
07 r Street ? W
lost friend to see the prices
larked at. And it's a brief
'em while the getting's good.
* v.r chase of
Mighty fine quality, ly
high-count nainsook in ||
L'? the popular style with I
no sleeves, knee length, |
elastic belt in back and
^ extra strong sewed but.
? tons. They'll help you
greet "Old Sol" with a
smile instead oi a frown
these scorching days.
Sizes run all the way
J*"?from 34 to 46.
White Oxford Shirts
i^w] Sizes 14 to 1CU. Our
I regular $2 shirt spes
-ll clal for Saturday at
c only. Sizes 9/i to "SOcll
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DRMS AT' "LOWEST-IN-CITY"
^to|Tk?t Cult Boafkt
OFFERS TO REDUCE
LOCAL GAS RATES
10 CENTS PER 1,000
Drop in Prices Would
Cost Company $450,OOO
Voluntarily offering a reduction
>f 19 cents per 1,000 cubic feet of ;
(as, the Washington Gaslight and
the Georgetown Gaslight Companies
yesterday presented a statement
to the Public Utilities Com- ,
nission showing that they are earnng
less than 6 per cent on their
idldings. It was also shown that
If the present rate is reduced 10
;ents, that the earnings of the company
would be cut $450,000 a year.
The present rates range from $1
per 1,000 cubic feet, when consumption
is more than 1,000.000 feet a
month, to $1.2? per 1,000 cubic feet,
when consumption is less than 100,1)00
feet a month. The proposal to
reduce the rates applies to the rate
Robert O. Luqueer, a gas engineer
of New York, stated that the net
earnings of the companies for the
year which ended May 31, 1921,
amounted to $705,070.67, which provided
a return of 5.97 per cent
William McK. Clayton Introduced
into the evidence Information he
had received -that salaries and
wages of employes of the gas company
In Baltimore had been reduced
10 per cent, thereby saving $200,000
annually. Col. Kuts said that the
commission had no power to compel
a reduction In salaries, but that
it could render a decision as to
whether or not the public utility /n
question was operated upon an economical
CIVIL WAR VETERAN
LAID TO LAST REST
Body of George B. Fleming,
Aged U. S. Worker, Buried
Funeral services over the body of
George B. Fleming, of 1755 Columbia
road northwest, who died suddenly
Monday night, were held
Thursday at the funeral parlors of
William J. 332 Pennsylvania
avenue northwest, and Interment,
after cremation, was made in the
Arlington National Cemetery yes- \
terday. Born in Plymouth. Ohio, In
1847, he enlisted with the Union
forces in the civil war as a drum- 1
mer boy before reaching the age of
14 years, being mustered out of the !
service In 1865 as a sergeant In 1
Company G. 191 Ohio Volunteer In- !
Took Up J?irullSH.
Following his war service, Mr.
Pleming became a journalist, and
at one time held the position of
city editor of the Washington
Hatchet. Later he entered the government
service as postmaster at
Charlotte, Mich., afterward assum- j
ing charge of the House document I
room. For a period of nearly thirty l
years he irerved as an examiner in
the Pension Office, being retired
from that position August. 1920,
when the civil retirement law went
into effect. In 1867 Mr. Fleming
married Miss Ruhama Gunong, of
Plymouth, Ohio, whose death occurred
eight years ago. In 1916 he
married Miss Caroline Marvin, of
Shelby, OTiio, who survives.
Body Brought Home.
With delegations from Congress
and veteran organizations in attendance.
the body of Capt. William
B. Hudson, who died while serving
with l7ie hospital unit of the RainI
bow Divsion in France, was buried
yesterday in the Arlington National
The burial service was conducted
I by the Spanish War Veterans, with
the following organisations participating:
Rainbow Divisions Veterans,
George Washington Post,
American Legion; National Guard
of the District, the Woman's Relief
Association of the District National
Guard. Capt. Hudson graduated
from the George Washington
University of medicine, and Immediately
a/terward enlisted in the
Medical corps during the SpanishAmerican
Eastern Star Picnie Today.
CLARENDON. V*., July 22.?Mary
I Washington Chapter, Order of Eastern
Star, will have a basket picnic
at Great Falls tomorrow afternoon.
Members will meet at Masonic Temple
and will be conveyed by automobile
to the Falls.
I HIS YOUNG
1*5* QiiWlett Wtmtm what Lydia
LPrnkiuunsVeg etable C?
Di?l for Her
Millston, Wis. ?"I want to give
you a word of prsiie for your won[n|niaBB|^M^rful
of children and far
ffif ^M^Btime after we mar*
^gHried I feared I
MRS in would not have
Hpt-v . owing to my
weak condition. I
! &' Vbecan taking
||| ^BLyJla E. PinkmSgm
I now I have a nice
strong, healthy baby girl. I can honestly
say that I did not suffer much
more when my baby waa born
I used to suffer with my periods before
I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound years ago. I give
all the credit to ytmr medicine and
shall always recommend it very
highly."?Mrs. H. H. Janssen, Hflf
I How can women who are weak and
sickly expect or hope to become
mothers of healthy children? Their
nrat duty ? to themselves. They
should overcome the derangement or
debility that is dragging them down,
and strengthen the entire system, as
did Mrs. Janssen, by taking Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and
give their children the blessing of a
NEW BOND ISSUE
Issue of $300,000 Street
And General Fund
TT7 Kla* ?tfeet.
ALEXANDRIA. Vi, July ?* ?*
new ordinance providing for a n
issue of *300.000 waa adopted at a
special meeting of common council
tonight. The bonds are to be known
as street Improvement and general
fund bonds and are to bear Interes
at the rata of ? P?r cent. They wl
be issued-ln denominations of ?1.000
each, with Interest payable semiannually
In April and October A
sinking fund Is provided and l?.00C
will be paid off each year beginning
October 1. 1?3?. and continuing till
1956. when 111.000 will be paid off
Petition from the Jitney ?rl,V*
Association asking for a reductlor
In city license taxes was referred
to the finance comlttee.
The question of the city e|*ineei
paving sidewalks discussed a
length when bills were presente<
for the repair of ? sidewalks
under the terms of a . rem?'ull?
adopted some time ago that the re
pair of sidewalks be done and tbi
city pay one-third and propertl
owners two-thirds, this to be a llei
against the property.
In the interest of organising I
branch of the Ku Klux Klan her
a speech was made In the open
house tonight by Col. J. Q- Nolan
of Georgia. He explained the prin
ciples of the organisation, which hi
asserted is not against anyone o
not anti anything. Nearly 300 mer
a number of them from Arlinsrtoi
county, attended. The speaker pal)
a tribute to the Confederate soldie
and among other things said the organisation
took Its name from th
old order of this name established il
1856 and carries with It all of It
Deeds of conveyance today wen
placed* on record In the office of tb<
clerk of the court for the followini
pieces of property: I* Morgan John
ston to Frederick W. Plock and Ed
mund M. Berkley, four houses am
lots In section 5, Rosemont; S. H
I.unt to Charles A. Strauss an<
wife, house and lot, 310 Soutl
Washington street: Worth Hulflal
to Mrs. Julia V. Nails, house am
lot. 1013 Prince street; Mrs. Mar:
S. Hayth to William T. Huitt an<
wife, house and lot. 913 Pendletoi
street; William F. Winn to Mm
Ella L. V Davis, house and lot. 11
Prince street: Franklin C. Pullin ti
Benjamin W. rullin. house and lot
33? North Royal street, and Ben
jamln W. Pullin to Franklin C
Pullin, house and lot.* 321 Nortl
Silas U Copper, of Culpeper, whi
died suddenly at Craig Spring!
Va.. Thursday afternoon, was th:
father of Henry O'B. Cooper, o
Rosemont. The deceased, beside
his wife, is survived by two sonsH.
O'B. Cooper, this city, and Rober
Cooper. Rocky Mount. N. C. Th
body was brought to Culpeper fo
By the terms of the will of Mrs
Annie M. Pelton. dated June 1'
1?16. probated In the Circuit Courl
this city, today, her estate is be
queathed to her cousins, Mary Blak
Breed. Susan Ethelinde Breed. LucBreed
and Annie Breed. As exc-u
trlx she nomed Mary Blak
Breed, who declined to serve, am
the court named Gardner L. Booth
administrator with the will an
The State corporation commissio
has granted a charter to the Ches
apeake and Potomac Fuel Companj
this city, to encage In a geners
coal business. Officers and incor
porators are L A. Sneed, president
F A. Wllmer. vice president, an
treasurer. H. M. Feber. all of Wash
ington. Leo P. Harlow is name
Negro Driver Faces
Four Traffic Charge
Driving his a.utomobile while ur
der the Influence of liquor, collid
ing with a street car. passing
crossing officer's signal and havin
"dead" numbers on his automobil
were the charges that Mack Greei
colored, 38. of 6^ 7 Rhode Island avt
nue northwest had lodged agains
him when arrested by Pollcema
Strong, of the First precinct, yef
terday, at Fourteenth and F street
According to Strong. Green, in
touring car, came xigzagging dow
Fourteenth street and, falling t
heed the officer's signal, crashe
fcnto an etstbound street car. i
charge of Conductor W. C. Holme
of 316 New York avenue, smashm
the front of the automobile H
was arrested and taken to No.
precinct, where a pint of "K'n **
taken from him. He Is being hei
Actors Sent to Jail
For Amateur Burglar
Justice Jennings Bailey In Crimim
Court yesterday rang down the cui
tain on an amateur performance
which Alfred Fales, alias Alfri
Butler, and Emlle Mohler. alias Eml
Miller, vaudeville actors, essayed tl
role of burglars, and sent the pe
formers to prison?Fales getting oi
year in Jail and Mohler two years
Both hall from Brooklyn. N. '
and were stranded In Wash
after a few one-night stands. Th?
admitted entering a rooming hou:
at 506 Ninth street northwest at
boring a hole In the door of a roo
occupied by Robert F. Saunders ai
stealing a watch valued at
Detective Patrick O'Brien made tl
Arabian Sailor Jailed.
Said Berden. an ablo-bodied Arabii
seaman, who quit h!? ?hlp in Ball
more a few days ago to see tl
, sights of Washington, was sent
Jail yesterday In Pslice Court I
, Judge Mattlngly for sixty days on
. charge o'f vagrancy. Pollcemi
i Strange, who arrested the aalH
testified he had watched the man f
, narlv a week and had wamedbi
I not to um nark benchejfor a bad.
Wife Sues Woman
ROCKVILLB. Md, July H? Mr*
Ellaabeth Hughes Nlcol. who la
temporarily living In Baltimore,
baa Instituted suit In the Circuit
Court here against Mrs. Helen
C. M. Tlgh. otherwise known aa
Helen Hammings, Helen Franks
i*d Helen Nlcol. claiming damages
In the amount of )2MOO for alienation
of the aftectiona n( the plaintiff's
husband. Alexander Mathew
The man In the caae was at one
time private ?ecretary to Ballington
Booth, of the Salvation Armr.
and la alao underatood to have been
for a time on the stair of one of the
big London daliV papera. All are
English people who came to tnra
county within the laat year. Tne
defendant recently purchaaed and la
now occupying property at Potomac.
Mrs. Nlcol |a represented by Dawson
& Dawson, of thla city.
Runs Water Cart
By Day but Makes
Whisky at Night
CHICAGO. July 22.-*Federal
Judge Landis today uncovered the
human paradox, a man who operate?
a,city sprinkling cart during
the day and runs an illicit still at
James Williams, a person of color,
! the individual who doubles on
both sides of the eighteenth amendment.
A moonshine still had been
discovered in his apartment.
"Where do you live?* asked the!
"I'm fohgetful of the 'zack address.
cap'n. yo' honah. but h'it's
erroun 'Thutty-first an* State street, j
Hit's de grandes' oullod boahdin'
house in dat destric."
"What do you do besides operating
this still? I mean do you do
any regular, lawful work?"
"Deed I does. Misto Jedge, f'm
mohnin* 'till night I drives one dem
city watah wagons."
"Well, Williams," said the Judge,
"when you fall off the water wagon
you fall all the way. Ill give you
thirty days In the house of correction.
And when you get back to
your water wagon take my advice
and lash yourself to the mainmast."
"Deed. I will cap'n boss. I sho*
will," said William, as the deputies
led him away.
far Toda? and Taaarraw.
For the District i~/ ff* V ?
of Columbia and )) b <
Maryland ? Fair
today and prob- a
little change in
temperature; mod- r7^|
e r a t e variable j
For Virginia ?
Fair in the interior,
cloudy on J-J
the coast today; r\ I
tomorrow fair: V k ^
moderate east, '
I rhifting to south winds.
Midnight ... 71 12 noon 78
2 a. m 68 2 p. m 79
4 a. m...... $6 4 p. m 78
6 a. m 65 6 p. m 78
8 a. m 71 8 p. m.Y;.. 76
IS a. m 75 10 p. m....e ?
Highest. 80.2} lowest, 65.0.
Relative humidity?8 a. m., 72; 2
p. m.. 45; 8 p. m.. 65.
Rainfall (8 p. m. to 8 p. m.), 0.
Hours of sunshine, 6.7.
Per cent of possible sunslflne, 46.
Departares from Xanaal.
Accumulated excess of temperature
since January 1, 1921, 878.
Excess .of temperature since July
1( 1921, 48.
Accumulated deficiency of precipitation
since January 1, 1921, 1.59.
Excess of precipitation since July
I. 1921, .81.
Temperature same date last year
?Highest, 90; lowest. 67.
(This data furnished by the U. S.
Coast and Geodetic Survey.)
High water at 10:13 a. m.. 3 ft 3
in.; at 10:41 p. m., 3ft. 2 in.
Low water at 4:32 a. m., 3 in.;
at 4:57 p. m., 2 in.
?un rises at 5 a. m. and sets at
T:18 p. m. ?
Mo.>n. rises at* 9:14 p. m. and set9
at 8:25 a. m.
Potomac and Shenandoah rivers
both very muddy yesterday afternoon.
Teatperatarea la Other Cities.
yesterday. 8 p. m. fall.
Asheville. N. C 76 70 0.02
Atlanta, Ga 80 74 0.04
Atlantic City, N. J. 74 70 ....
Baltimore, Md. .... 82 78 ....
Bismarck, N. Dak.. 92 90 ....
Boston. Mass 74 70 ....
Buffalo, K. T.84 76 ....
Chicago, 111 84 80
Cincinnati, Ohio.... 88 82 ....
Cheyenne, Wyo. ... 78 66 0.06
Cleveland. Ohio..... 78 76
Davenport, Iowa... 88 84 ....
Denver, Colo 80 74 ....
Des Moines. Iowa.. 84 72 ....
Detroit, Mich 82 76
Duluth, Minn 80 76 0.42
El Paso, Tex 94 84 ....
Galveston. Tex. ... 86 82 ....
Helena, Mont 90 88 ....
Indianapolis, Ind... 88 84 ....
Jacksonville, Fla... 80 80 0.08
Kansas Citp, Mo... 96 84 ....
Los Angeles. Cal .. 86 80 ....
Louisville, Ky 90 84 ....
Marcfuette, Mich.... 82 64 0.24
Memphis. T6nn. ... 90 84 ....
Miami, Fla. ....... 86 82 ....
Mobile. Ala. ....... 84 80
New Orleans, La... 86 82 1.8%
New 'York, N. Y 80 6* ..._.
North Platte, Nebr. 88 76 ....
Omaha. Nebr 82 76 ....
Philadelphia, Pa.... 82 76 ....
Phoenix, Ariz 110 11# <
Pittsburgh, Pa S4 SO ....
Portland, Oreg. ... 86 86 ...?
S. Lake City, l^tah. 88 86
St. Louis. Mo 90 SI
St. Paul. Minn S4 82 0.01
San Antonio, Tex.. 98 96 ....
San Diego, Cal.... 78 74 ....
San Francisco, Cal. 60 51 ...?
Seattle. Wash W 74 ....
Springfield, III 88 84 ....
Tampa, Fla. ....... 88 &2 . ..
Toledo. Ohio 82 78 ....
Vicksburg, Mis*. ... JT8 84 ....
One Dead in Wreck.
ATLANTA, Oa.. July H.?One de4d
another thought burled in the wreckage,
and a third seriously Injured,
Is the result of a freight derailment
on the Southern Railway betw.en
Atlanta and Birmingham early to.
day. George Albino, of Oaiv.aton,
! ?-. <w> killed.
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copy at The Herald whet) oot JMPN k. mowaro and
of town thia sumroer by^- u ,A i o?
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TWO FOR MURDER
OF LOCAL GROCER
; One Colored Gunman Gets
Ten men and one woman were
sentenced. to jail or penitentiary
terms, varying from one to thirty
years, by Justice Bally In Criminal
William Albert Payne, 2C years
old, of 93C E street southwest, a
ertored gunman, wis sentenced to
serve thirty y*ars In the penitentiary.
and Ills partner. John Walter
Wracks, tl years old, of 60 Francis
, street southeast, was sentenced to
serve twenty years, for the murder
. of Max IJehermsn. a grocer, at 219
w M Street southwest. March 1.
I The testimony showed that the
two gunmen entered the store at
H night and asked for a package of
1 cigarettes. As Lleberman turned to
. get the package, one of the men.
presumably Payne, shot him in the
i back. The grocer died three hours
I later. Robbery waa the motive for
the killing, but after the shot was
fired, both of the colored men rsn.
L Julia Porter, colored, was sen1
tenced to serve five years In the
, penitentiary. She is alleged to have
i thrown a lighted lamp at Emma J
- i Carter during an argument. March
k 1 21 last, severely burning her.
f Three Tears for Asssslt.
1 j James Byrd, colored, was sentenced
te serve three y<*ars In the
penitentiary for an assault on hli
1 wife. Irene ftyfd, June 2C, at their
e home. 30 Defrees street northwest
x Herman Powers, colored, was also
l* sentenced to serve three years on a
charge of stabbing Margaret White
r also colored, with a razor, at 32S
r Knox Court southwest. The accused
' was caught In the act of slashing at
n the woman by Detective Oscar
r Andrew Chapman was also sen"
tenced to serve three years on a
e charge of grand larceny. He is aln
leged to have stolen a watch frorr
s the manager of the White Palace
Bowling Alleys. 314 Ninth street
northwest. June 9. Chapman had
f been employed as s Janitor. The
f watch was tsken from a desk..
[ He-* t eared far Paaatag Had Cheek.
John Howry, alias John Scott
1 Howland. was sentenced to serv?
two years and five months in the
1 penitentiary on a charge of making
^ false pretenses. Howry is alleged
t to have entered an F street depart\
rnent st<re October 2?. 1920. and
r presented a fraudulent check foi
\ $425 in payment for a coat.
i Curtis Reed, of 2740 Philip'i
Court, was sent to jail for one
I year. He is alleged to have stolen a
3 quantity of clothing from a store
conducted by Rosenburg Brothers ai
J 3104 M street northwest. Februar>
, Benjamin Webster snd E. L. Hasell
wer? sent to Jail for one yeai
each for the theft of an automobil<
, from Ix>ulsa B. WTTtaon, of 1104
i, Vermont avenue northwest. June 27
e j Edward B. Warren and Robert Le<
f Hubscher. both of 1921 Rhode Isl
8 and avenue northeast, were sent U
Jail for one year each for the thef'
t of an automobile belonging to Fre<!
e W. Scott, a visitor from Pittsburgh
r April 8.
OWENS AVENUE BILl
I FOR INJUNCTION Ul
H Y ATTSVI Ll.E. Md.. July 22e
Testimony on the petition for an iny
junction to restrain this town fron
- | enforcing the assessment for im
e j provement of Owens avenue, uough
d by various property owners there
e i was given yesterday by the plain
i- ' tiffs, represented by S. Marvin Peacl
and Vincent A. Sheehy. before Judg<
Fillmore Beall in the Circuit Cour
n for Prince Georges County at Uppe
j The plaintiffs contended that thi
II . town ordinance for the improvetnen
of Owens avenue required the worl
to be carried to Columbia avenui
d , and that the improvements had onl;
" j been completed as far as I*uttrel
d avenue; that an assessment could no
be legally made against the prop
rerty owners on the improved part o
the street until the entire street ha<
been Improved; that Owens avenu
5 had never been accepted by the towi
as a public street; that the expens*
i. I of the improvement is confiscatory
i. ' and that the street was improperl;
a graded. The town's side of the cas.
g - will be presented Monday before
e ; Judge Besll by Attys. Charles W
n, ! Clagett and T. Howard Duckett.
? Clarendon Athletic Club
- Team to Play Indianhecu
CLARENDON. Va.. July 22?Th
Clarendon Athletic Club, which ha
n been reorganised and strenghtened
? will meet the crack Indianhead nln
^ here Sunday afternoon.
n The visiting team will come u]
s* on the government tug and will b
R entertained at luncheon in the club
e rooms of the home team. Manage
1 Ralph Ball promises to uncover
phenom twirler to succeed Sedgwlcl
d now with the Philadelphia Xatlonali
? RESORTS in
I: EASTERN VIMIUA
>? Ocean View
>n Virgiaia Beack
?" Wifloagkhy Beack
S ' Heary
m UNEXCELLED BOATING,
.d BATHING. FISHING
s HOTELS and COTTAGES
in Ma4?rm Palace llwm
f. Leavta* Wuklutu Dally, ?<M
h ? au, Imalk Street Wharf t, W.
to CITY TICKET OFFICE
i>r 73? 15th St N. W.
a WM,*arf BalMlas
- NORFOLK k WASHINGTON
or STEAMBOAT CO. ,
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