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Explanation That Is Given in
the Police Court.
HAPPENED TO DROP IT
And the Place Where It Happened to
Light Was the Street-Car Track.
Result a Five-Dollar
Another hatch of strlk?! cases were dis?
posed of by 'Squire Craven In the Police
Court yesterday morning. William N.
Heath said he was a railroad man and
happened to have a torpedo In his pocket;
he happened to cross a ftreet car track
und the torpedo happened to fall out of
his pocket on to the edgo of the track.
A car didn't happen to pass at the time,
hut a soldier happened to see the tor?
pedo, and Mr. Heath and a. V> bill became
total st rangers.
.loo Howard, colored, said something
about a scab, and it cost him $5.
C. R. Dean uttered tile word seal}, but
he explained that he iield no anlrrto'lty
figainst any one, and then he threw him?
self upon the morcv of the court.
WAS ALLOWED TO 00.
The court was merciful, and Dean was
T?-tmlttcd to go without being compelled
to pay a fine.
The most Interesting case of all was
that of W. B. Wright, a nice looking
ycung fellow, who was on the pay roll
of the Passenger end Power Company
up to the time of tie strike as a conduc?
tor on the Main Street Une.
Wright was charged with throwing a
rock at a car In. Fulton. Two soldiers
paw him do It and arrested him, and he
v/ai turned over t?? Captain Carter Brax
ton. The latter teitlfled that Wright con?
fessed to him tint ho throw the rock
rind was sorry foi It. and that lie offered
10 cive him some money if ho 'would let
Witnesses for (the defense stated that
they Were lookln? at Wright at the time
und ke did not throw the rock, and Wright
denl??1 that he cunfessed to Captain Brax
tor, and that hV ottered money for hlB
'S?uire Graves hated to do It. but ho
fined Wright $10 and gave him sixty days.
An tppool wsH taken.
HAD A PISTOL. TOO.
K.M. Baker was charged with throwing
a reck, and when hs was searched a
plstd was found In his pocket. The case
?was continued to next Tuesday for wlt
Join Norvell was dismissed of tho
charge of throwing a rock at a Laurel
Sire*, car a( Fourth and Broad Streets,
because therl was an element of doubt.
Thmas Conguer was fined S10 for using
bad anguago on a car. Ho Is an employe
of Oe company, and the defense was
that ho war Joking with other men on
the :ar. An appeal was noted.
G. W. Clark was dismissed of the charge
of ailing liquor after 8 o'clock on Sat
urd"/ night when all the bars had been
A number of plain drunks were dis?
posa of as usual.
CONFERENCE TO MEET
Sesi?n to Begin Next Week at Smith
Te Richmond District Conference of
thcM. E. Church, South, will meet, be
gining next Tuesday, in Smlthfleld, Va.
, Th?,' opening sermon will be preached by
\ thiSRev. Georpo H. Spooner, of this city,
'. nn< the presiding elder, tho Rev. B. H.
TiBonett. also of this city, will preside.
yThi Commute? on Examination of Can
toldjtes will bo composed of Rev. R. A.
ICojpton, Rev. E. A. Potts and Rev. R.
(M. ? Chandler. Delegates will take the
I'hpapeake and Ohio train leaving Rlch
fnojd at 7:45 A- M. July 7th, which will
connect at Newport News with Old Do?
minion steamer direct for Smlthfleld. A
on?1 and one-third rate over the Chesa?
peake and Ohio to Newport News will
. be granted. Tho conference will extend
.thriugh the 9th.
The West Richmond District Confer
enc?-ovlll be held at Chester, Va., be
gimnjng Tuesday, August 41 h, at !) A. M.
Thi dpenlng sermon will bo preached by
Ret. 'j?, J. Taylor. Dr. W. V. Tudor will
WINNERS OF SCHOLARSHIPS
Announcement of Those Who Will Goto
Peabody College at Nashville Made.
? The president of thn Peabody College
st Nashville has sent to the Virginia
State Board of Educaton for approval
the list of Virginians who have won the
scholarships for next session, beginning in
the fall. The fortunate contestants are
Miss ElolSo Harrison, of Powhatan coun?
ty; Miss Cre?la Duval, of Goochland;
Miss Etta V. Samuels, of this city; V. M.
Cox. of Saddle; C. T. Ward. Ward's Mills;
Miss Sarah Covlngton, Hampden-Sfdney;
Robert S. Porter, Speedwell, and J. Cor?
nelius Hockett, Glenn Ford,
These youthful students receive $100
in cash, traveling expenses to and from
Nashville and free tuition In the Peabody
College. The appointments are for one
REV. MR. LEHMANN RESIGNS
Popular Assistant at St. John's German
Church Goes to Baltimore.
The Rev. Timothy Lehmann, for the
oast year assistant pastor at St. John's
German Evangelical Lutheran Church, of
?his city, has tendered his resignation
Mlh a view to accepting a call to Balti?
Mr. Lehmann is a very young man. but
^b an exceedingly attractive speaker. Dur?
for Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
?EARS THE SIGNATURE OF
THt Ct?T?UR OOMPHIer, f ? MUB??T BTHtCT, NCW VOHK CITY.
in his fitny In Richmond he has made
many friends, who will regret to sen him
leave. Hp. was a member of the Minis?
terial Union of Richmond and was fie
quently In attendance upon the sessions
of that body. Ho will preach his farewell
sermon at St. John's next Sunday.
SHOULD GET THE PAY
ROLL MONEY TOMORROW
The banks' wish the buslnees peopl* to
remember that Saturday, day after to?
morrow, is a legal holiday, and tho banks
will thereforo be closed. They are re?
minded to draw their pay rolls to-morrow
Instead of Saturday as usual.
Richmond?E. O. Lafong to John Murphy
28 feet on north side of Grace Street, be?
tween Seventh and Eighth, No. 710, J6.000.
Charles H. A. Strother's trustee to Hen?
ry Strother. 25 feet on north side of Leigh
Street, 188 8-12 feet west of Oak, 31.400.
Tax Title Co. of Richmond to Rosetta
Wills, 33 feet on west side of Orleans
8treet, 34 3-12 feet south of Sixth, ?5.
Henrlco?Jane E. Klrby to Win, and
Margaret Koonce. William A. and Heze.
klah J. Whillng and Rosa Leo Goodall, 30
feet on north side of Graham Street, 120
feet, east o? Erin, J300.
Mildred A. Plcasants and Henrietta
Pleasants to Jame? H. Scott. Interest In
two acres near Batle's Point, adjoining
lands of Wm. and Thomas James and als,
George H. Russell to Charles W. Bow?
ers, lot S In block P, section 1, Highland
Mr. Clary Takes Charge.
Mr. F. E. Clary yesterday became su?
perintendent in charge of the Western
Union Telegraph office here, succeeding
Colonel J. B. Tree, who has been placed
on the retired list because of faithful ser?
vice through many years. Colonel Tree
came down as usual and presented Mr.
Clary to> the operators and others of the
establishment, and explained to him the
specific work of the office.
Dr. Taylor Coming.
Dr. George B. Taylor, the veteran Bap?
tist missionary at Rome, who has returned
to this country for a rest of several
months, is making his home with his son,
Dr. George Braxton Taylor, of Hollina.
He Is expected to visit Richmond before
Mr. Flegenheimer Honored.
Mr. Henry Flegenhlmer, of this cltv,
has been honored with a place on the Su?
preme Committee on Laws and Apoeala
of the Heptasophs. This Is one of the
most important committees in the organi?
Large Vote Being Cast to
Secure the Umbrellas
Tho Tee-Dee Outing Tours contest Is
attracting attention far and near. Voting
certificates are being received dally from
outside of Richmond, as well as from In
The auxiliary prize this week, of two
lady's umbrellas, Is bringing out an extra
largo vote and a close contest for these
special prizes Is looked for.
Only votes cast this week up t!o noon
Saturday, July 4th, will be counted on
tho umbrella contest, and a separate and
distinct statement will he printed from
that of the general summing up of the
outing contest. Of course, all votes cast
this week will count on the final calcu?
lation, but votes cast prior to last Satur?
day will not be counted In on the ura
trella contest which is going on this
week. This explanation is made fully
so as to avoid any possible misunder?
Everybody is on an equal tooting this
week In the race for the two ladies' silk
They will go?to tho two ladles who have
ihn largest vote cast up to Saturday,
July Jth, at noon.
The winners will be announced In next
The umbrellas are to be seen at T. A.
Miller's, No. Bin East Broad Street.
Catarrh begins with a stubborn cold in the head, inflammation or sore?
ness of the membrane or lining of the nose, discharge of mucus matter,
headaches, neuralgia and difficult breathing, and even in this early stage
Is almost intolerable. But when the filthy secretions begin to drop back
Into the throat and stomach, aud the blood becomes polluted and the
hy the catarrhal pois- pV
pn, then the sufferer (^ ~s^YlyrTnoard ??"^. ?". sT?nTc^mmenced to uue
begins to realize what a U and after tuking several bottles I was cured and
disgusting and sicken- hava never since had the^ ?dishtest symptom of the
1_ j. _ ? . , . disease. Miss MARY Xi. HJ.tJjc.ai.
lig disease Catarrh is. Northwest Cor. 7tn and^?elix Bts? St. Joseph, Mo.
It affects the kidueys
aiid stomach as well as other parts of the body. It is a constitutional
disease and as inhaling mixtures, salves, ointments, etc., are never more
than palliative or helpful, even iu the beginning of Catarrh, what can
you expect from such treatment when it.becomes chronic and the whole
system affected ? Only such a remedy as S, S. S. can reach this obsti?
nate, deep-seated disease and purge the blood of the
catarrhal poison. S. S. S. purifies and builds up ths
diseased blood, and; the inflamed membranes are
healed and the excessive secretion of mucus ceases
when new, rich blood is coming to the diseased
parts, and a permanent cure is the result. \
S. vS. S. is guarauteed purely vegetable aud a reliable remedy for
Catarrh in all stages. Write if in need of'medical advice; this will cost
you nothing TH? swtFT sp?QiFiG COmg ATLANTA, GA.
JOINT MEETING TO
BE HELD TO-NIGHT
Board and Council to Elect
There will be a Joint meeting of tho
Board or Aldermen and Common Coun?
cil at 8 o'clock to-night to transact im?
portant business. Tho Joint assembly Is
called to elect a police commissioner for
Clay Ward, to succeed Mr. John P. Ja?
cob, resigned, and another from Madison
Ward, to succeed Mr. C. G. Bosher, -who
declines a re-election.
Tho body will also elect a fire commis?
sioner to succeed Captain L. C. Jenkins,
of Lee Ward, and It is understood that
the Incumbent will have no opposition.
Mr. Charles V. Williams, Jr., has been
nominated by a majority of the Madison
Ward delegation to succeed Mr. Bosher,
but there Is another candidate In the
person of Mr. Watson M. Myers. It l3
not known that there are any avowed
candidates for Mr. Jacob's seat In the
The Joint meeting will also elect mem?
bers of the Plumbing Board and one
member of the Committee on James River
Improvement from the citizens' class.
After'this meeting the special Joint com?
mittee of investigation will meet and re?
ceive the report of their findings In the
Councllmanlc matter, which is now being
formulated by City Attorney Pollard and
Chairman John B, Minor. This report
will not be made public in detail until
It Is laid before the Council on Monday
n!ght_though it will almost certainly vin?
dicate all those named save John M.
The committee will likely not go Into
the general Investigation until some night
I j?t the Uheatres. k
The Dalton Company will appear to-'
night in "Killarney and the Rhine." The
piece has never been seen here, though
It has w-on a learge measure of apprecia?
tion In other sections of this country, and
for fifteen years has been considered one
of the best, if not the best, Irish-German
Plays known to the stage.
It is one of the delightful circumstances
in connection with this play that it will
be given here with J. E. Toole in the
leading role. Mr. Toole's name Is Insep?
arably connected with the success of the
piece and he has starred in It for many
The company will close the season here
next Saturday night, and play-goers
should lose no opportunity to see this
aggregation before it leaves for other
The George E. Parsons and Isabelle
Urquhart combination, now playing "A
Turkish Texan" at the Bijou, Is winning
golden opinions on every side. Only one
view is expressed regarding the company,
the play and Its production, and that is
that no more satisfactory or wholly de?
lightful piece has been seen at the Btoou
this season. There will be a matinee this
afternoon and the usual performances for
the rest of the week.
Next week the Harrison Adams Com?
pany will make Us appearance a' the
BIJou for an Indefinite period. The Acad?
emy will close on Saturday, so the Bijou
will he the only place of amusement In
the city. The company will make its
appeai?fnce for tho first three days 0* the
week in Captain Rackett, and will change
the bill at tho Thursday matinee to
"Arabian Nights." The Casino scale of
prices will be inaugurated next Monday
night, and will obtain through the sum?
mer season as long as the theatre Is open.
THE SUPREME COURT
OF APPEALS OF VA.
(Special to The Tlmos-Dlspateh.)
WYTHEV1LLE, VA., July l.-Thr, fol?
lowing were the proceedings to-day In
the Supreme Court of Appeals:
Fulkerson, adm'r, vs. Taylor. Argued
by C. T. Duncan and B. H. Sewell for
appellant and R. T?te Irvine and 1,, T.
Hyatt for appellee, and submitted.
Kelster et als. va. Hill. Argued by C,
T. Duncan for appellant, and B, H. Se
well for appellee and continued until to?
Judge James Keith, president of the
Supreme Court of Appeals, was called
away to-day by the death of his brother
Should Exclude Them,
The Christian Advocate of this city
thinks the railroads and steamship lines
should exclude ail card-playing and drink?
ing on their trains and boats.
The remark by tho Advocate Is called
forth by the action of the Pennsylvania
Railroad In talcing action in this direc?
tion. It reproduces from a northern re?
ligious paper a clipping making reference
to tho matter, and then adds for itself
"A similar regulation should be adopted
by every railroad and steamboat line in
the country. It would not onlv r?move a
great nuisance from the traveling public
but also a most dangerous form of temp?
Acting Sergeant Louis Werner yesterday
arrested a negro ?amad Harry Gabriel
on t|ie charge of taking a watch ami
chain., The negro Is also wanted In
Amelia county for taking a horse.
Richmonders In New York,
(Special lo The Times-Ditpatch 1
NEW YOBK^July l.-Waldorf, W. p.
La Bonta, C. K. Doyle and wife" Marl
borough, I. Cohen and wife, S. Coiic-n
Issues Statement About Jail
of Which He as Coroner
In connection with the oh,-irges recently
made in reference to the condition of the
county Jail, of which he, na coroner of
Henrieo, has charge, Dr. I/irrimcr jamen
yesterday prepared and Issued tho fol?
My attention was called on yesterday
to two articles recently published, in
which Mr. Oulgon charges that tho county
Jail Is In a dreadful condition?"not fit
for a dog to stay in." etc.
I wish now to state that this is incor?
As the physician to the Jail, It Is my
duly to lok after the surrounding of
the, prisoners; to pee that no condition
exists that is likely to produce sickness.
I Inspect tho Jail almost daily, and
know that It is thoroughly cleaned
Besides, It is washed out as often ns
needed, often several times a week, and
|q then dlslnfent'-d with a preparation
for the extermination of vermin and
then with n preparation of lime.
Tho cleaning Is carried on by the pris?
oners, under the charge of a foreman
(and any prisoner who refuses to perform
his allotted task Is plarr-d In the dun?
The fact that there has been no case
of serious sickness thcr? In nevera!'years
that could bo traced either directly or
Indirectly to any local ciuso or condi?
tion Is conclusive proof that Mr. Oulgon
spoko hastily and unadvisedly, not know?
ing whereof he spoke.
The Jail is badly ventilated, but the
blame for that Is to be laid to the archi?
tects and constructors.
And where thirty or more negroes are
confined within close quarters In warm
weather we could hardly expect savory
odors to proceed therefrom, and that
was the probable basis of Mr. Gulgon's
I will be glad to have physicians or
other persons to go with mo through tho
Jail at any time, but I do not propose to
submit to the discourtesy of tho mode of
inspection which. Mr. Gulgon proposed.
I feel that, as a matter of Justice, the
mistake of Mr. Gulgon's communication
referring to the Jail should be corrected,
hence this communication.
No Telephone Message Was Sent to
the Locomotive Works.
Mr. H. A. Gillis, general superintendent
of the American Locomotive Works,
writes the following letter to The Times
I note In The Opinion, the organ of the
street-car men, that a statement is made
that some one from the Governor's of?
fice 'phoned to these works requesting
that the employes be not paid off on last
Saturday, as they were liable to spend
their money In whiskey and fire-arms.
So far as I have been able to srcertaln
there Is absolutely no foundation for thl3
statement, as no such message was ever
received at these works. It Is due to
our employes to say that there Is prob?
ably no more sober and steady set of
men In Richmond than they are. A great
many of them own their own homes, and
all of them. T believe, are law-abiding
citizens. I feel it only Justice to both tlie
Governor and the men to say that no such
request was made by any person to my
Acting Vice Consul Trafieri Looking
After Missing Italians.
Mr. Chasie Trafieri, acting vice consul
for the Italian government, ?.of No. 60)
West Main Street, Is anxious to learn of
something concerning Iguagio Bacilo and
Guiseppe Bullentlne, who are supposed to
have lived in this locality within the past
year or two.
Their families in Italy are making in
auirles. and *Mr. Trafieri has been au?
thorized to offer a reward for reliable in?
New Car Crew Saved a Wagon from
One of the horses attached to a Flelsch
man yeast-cake wagon ran away out In
the West End Tuesday afternoon, and
the wagon was saved from total wreck
by Motorman Koene and Conductor J.
Matthews, two of the new Passenger and
Power men. who stopped their car, and
also stopped the horse.
New Pool Room,
"The Clifford." a handsome new pool
and billiard parlor, will be opened to?
night on Broad Street next to Murphy's
Hotel. Mr. Fred Herbert will manage
the place for Mr. Cliff Well, the owner.
WILL GO WEST
Has Decided to Leave Home
Mission Work of the
Information obtained here yesterday
from sources which admit of absolutely
no doubt of its correctness is to the effect
that the Rev. P. C. MoConnell, D. D.,
secretary of the Homo Mission Board of
tlie Southern Baptist convention, with
headquarters in Atlanta, has resigned, or
will shortly do so, with a view to accept?
ing a coll to tho Calvary Baptist Church,
ol Kansaa City.
Tho news came in the shape of a letter
from Atlanta and it stated that tho res?
ignation would be laid before tho boattl
at 3 o'clock Tuesday afternoon. The an?
nouncement cime as a great surprise, and
was widely discussed In Baptist circles
Dr. McConnell Is widely known and
greatly beloved in this section of the
world. He left- 'he First Baptist Church,
of Lynchburg, about two years ago to
become secretary of tho Homo Mission
Board, and he has been very successful
in the work. The call to the Calvary
Church was recently, extended to him,
but It was generally thought would be
declined. No names are being mentioned
yet In connection with the Home Mission
MIGHT NEED IT SOME DAY
(From the Onaga, Kans., Herald.)
Chamberlain's Bemediies are so entirely
good, so reliable and prompt in their ef?
fect, so absolutely true to their advertised
merits, that we feel wo know we are not
helping to advertise fake, remedies In
publishing uiatier sent us by their manu?
facturers. Fpr many years we have
used tliess remedies in our household,
and would an soon think of keeping
house without a stove or fuel as to ho
without Chamb'.'1'la.ln's Cough Remedy In
the winter and Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Plarrhoea Remedy In the
summer. Not that w? are subject to
aliments these remedies cure, but we
'keep them handy on the principle that
a Texan curie- a gun?he may need II
some day iin^h'y bad. For sale by all
Jim Dumps on Independence Day
Said: " Force freed us from England's sway.
Now Independence let's declare
From indigestion's tyrant snare.
Good friends, shake off this despot grim,
'Twas 'Force' that freed your 'Sunny Jim.'"
The Re&dr-to-Sem Cereal
always on duty.
A Food for Planters.
"It muy interest you to learn that 'Force' ti
being served at breakfast several time? each
week to tho members of "tho Second Koglment,
N. O. P., now on duty at this place.
"Harrt W. Bnowi?,"
for an economical drive of Pumps, Blowers
Hoists, Printing Presses, Machine Tools, etc.
Washington Office: 516 Bond Building. Offices and Works, AMPERE, N. J.
BAU- ?IB GBO
GAINS BBI ?ERIES.
Best American Granulated Sugar,
Arbuckles' Ariosa Coffee, pound. ...9V4c
Nice New Irish Potatoes, peck.25c.
Fresh Soda Crackers and Glnfjer
Snaps, per pound .4V?c
Small Smithfield Hams, pound.16c,
Small California Hams, pound.10c.
Hustler Laundry Soap, 12 bars.25c.
Cooked Sliced Ham, per pound.12l?c.
Large Juicy Lemons, dozen. 15c.
Best City Meal, per peck.18c.
or,, bushel .;.70c.
Canned Virginia Tomatoes, can.6c.
Best Cream Cheese, pound.15c.
Pure Ground Pepper, pound.10c.
New Prunes, 4c, or 7 pounds for.25c.
Ivory or Celluloid Starch, package....4c.
Lion Coffee, per pound.9c.
Salt Pork, per pound.8c.
Gibson, XXXX, Mt, Vernon, Oscar
Peper Old Brands Whiskey, bottle..80c.
Imported Macaroni, pound .6c.
Blackbery or Catawba Wine, quart..12c.
Enamellne Stove Polish, box.4c.
Salt Pork, per pound.8c.
Snowflake Patent Family Flour, bar?
rel, $4.00; bag .25c
Good Green or Mixed Tea, pound....30c.
3 cans Potted Tongue and Ham for.. 10c.
Carolina Rice, 5c Ib., or 6 lbs. for....25c
Large Lump Starch, pound.4c.
Duffy's Malt Whiskey, per bottle....80c
S. OILMAN'S SON.
Downtown Stores, 1820-1822 East Main
Street, Uptown Store, 506 East Mar?
.'Phones at our two Stores.
__ ?t Your Station.
Ladies, Do Hot Miss This Opportunity
Tou can buy the Standard, Grand, Im?
proved Drop-Head Rotary Shuttle Sew?
ing Machine for $30. while the few that
we have on hand last.
They are new. never been unrrated.
Why not save 520 or .$30 by ordering one
of these machines? Tl?ey are going out
fast. Send us $2.50 as a guarnnteo of good
faith, wo will ship you the machine
charges paid. If found satisfactory, you
ca? pay balance and keep the machine.
Reference, National Bank,- Bristol Tenu.,
and mercantile agencies.
Hamilton, Bacon & Hamilton
75c. Half-Soling Men's Shoes
Every pair Welt Shoe restltched on
our Bleetrlo Stitcher; no big ugly sow?
ing around the sole like a cobbler bows
by hand; no nails, no pegs; the only
up-to-date- plant for repairing shoes In
flRFVH'S ELECTRIC POWER
Unbvv o S||0E FACT0Ry>
716 East Main Street.
'Phono 2667, will send anywhere and
This advertisement good for 10c.
All ?Uli'l .1.1 UltlliM tolll, ,.\<-h.,w.t,-.l. ii.p.?iicl und
reo tad Jin.i lim i. Usai'good nucir. J? of uiuiiufuciur
t,r?' i-i .'?? ?' n.'ii'i buy mu il mu? ?-i-i i ? in,|i|..? i.( ?i ii !n,|
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.?ovni SOl'THI'KN ST.IMI' .1, S IVHONKUV I'D,
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By the New Steamers "Berkeley".or " Brandon"
Leave Richmond Saturday Night, 7 P. M.
RETURNING, LEAVE NORFOLK SUNDAY NIGHT, 7:00 P. M.
NEWPORT NEWS, 8:30 P. M.
ARRIVING RICHMOND 6:00 A. M. MONDAY.
Fare, Round Trip, $3.00, including Stateroom Berth.
LIMITED TO THESE DAYS ONLY.
OTHER DAYS IN THE WEEK REGULAR FARE WILL BE CHARGED.
H. B. WALKER, JOHN F. MAYER,
V. P. & T. M., NEW YORK. AGENT, RICHMOND, VA.
Canadian Pacific Railway
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' The first Imperial Limited Train of the CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY will
leave Montreal and Toronto on June 7th, and on oach succeeding Wednesday,
Friday and Sunday during tho season. Its equipment will be superb and up-to
date in every respect. It is scheduled to reach Banff in 72 hours, and Vancou
ver, B. C, in 97 hours. This service will be in addition to the daily Paoifio
Express, thus giving ten through trains weekly from ocean to ocean.
The C. P. R. Rocky Mountain Hotels
have been enlarged to double their former capacity, and provision has been
made to accommodate a large additional volume of travel. The Chalet at
Emerald Lake is ready, and now forma a convenient base from which to visit
the unrivalled waterfalls, foresta and glaciers of the Yoho valley. The popular
Chalet at Lake Louise bas been added to and improved.
Write for Descriptive Pamphlets'. \ !
H. McMURTIE, Fralfjht and Passenger Agent,
* "? 629-631 Chestnut Street, PHILADELPHIA, PA. '
Opposite Old Market
Carriage and Wagon Materials, "V-Orimp
and Corrugated Roofing, Tin Plate, Cut and
Wire Nails, Poultry Netting and Fence Wire,
Builders' and Carpenters' Tools, " Medal "
Brand Carson Lime, Old Dominion Portland
Coniont, Torra Cott? Pipo ami Fire Clay Fit?
tings, can ALL he found at
Baldwin & Brown's,
1557 East Main Street.
LETTER H RADS,
NOTE H BADS,
L. 0, URiatlS, Prop. W. TRAV HOALE. Mgr.
RICHMOND PRINTING CO,
1208 East Franklin Street,
Phone 2662. RICHMOND, VA.
^ Estimates cheerfully furnished.
FOURTH OF JULYAT BEACH PARK
On July 4th the Southern Railway will
run Its usual popular'excursion to Beach
Park. West Point.
Special train will leave Richmond from
fourteenth Street Station at 8?SO A. M.,
returning leave West Po/nt 7:?i P. M,.
M . "uta rouiiil trip.
Xt's a flue iilace to upetul tho Fourth,
SPECIAL 4TH OF JULY EXCUR?
Old Dominion Line, Steamer Berkeley,
leaves Richmond Friday evening-, July
3d, at 7 P, M. ; good returning, leuv#u
Norfolk Saturday evening, July 4ih, or
Sunday, .Inly 6th. at 7 )'. M.
Faro fqr round ?trip,. J?.t?, Including