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You Take No Chances When You
Buy Your Groceries at Our Stores
Wc carry cvcrything in the grocery line.. All you have
?to do is to givc us a chancc to servc you, and we will con~
vince you that we can aavc you moncy.
Try our -Ifle Ten. It's the regtilar 60c kind.
Best American Ornnulntrd Sugar, per pound . Bc
New Dntes, per pound . Be
New Cllppod l-If'irlng, ??1.7.1 bnrrel; or, hnlf hnrrel .82.7B
7 Large Bars Swift's prlde Soap, for latindry, for. 28c
BestrClly MoaT,20c poek; or, per bushel .'. 7Sc
Best Catawba or HluokhPrry Wfne, pnr gallon ;..'...",.'. Boc
Fresh Country Butjter,, per pound J.... 22c
tJIItnmrn Prlde Coffee, - pounds for . 2ne
12 bnrs Miisttcr Honp for.-2St;
Have you tjrled' our Hllvf-r Klng Flour? Best on the market.
l'< r bag. !l-ci or. per barrel. ..$5.00
1-pound package Fine Creamery liutter . 20e
Mason'S Frnlt .Inrn, porcelaln tops;'quart, BOc dozen; 1-2 gallon,
per dozen . 70c
Duffy Malt Whiskey, per bottle.85c
Large package <?old Dust, for elcanlng, 6 for. 25e
Srhnll k\/.'\ 2 for .-. 80
Wllfh Hafcel Honp, for the tollet, 3 In box .'... 10c
2 pounds Mountaln I!<>)1 Butter . 25c
Snowflako Patent Fnmlly Flour, 80c bag; or, per barrel .f4.75
Sugar Cbrh, 4 cjitis for.,.'. 23c
Largfl Hottles Rfisence Lemon nnd Vanllla .?. Bc
Rp?t Canned Asparagua . 2Bc
Soda Crackers or Ginger Snaps, per pound. 4c
8 bars Octagon-.Shape 9oap . 25c
Threo plngs Grape, Reynold's Sun-Cured, Apple and Peach for.... 25c
B".it Mnrtlftf Prnrs. p*r can .'.. 60
Best Frankfort Sauffage, per pound .y-. Oc
1-poUnd package Cleancd currants . ioc
Nlco Hananaa; prr dozen .'. 12c
Good Salt Tork, onr pound .8V4c
Best Oil Sardines, 7 for."..25c
CottnR"- Ilaras. not a bone In them, por pound .12Vic
Beat Sugar-Cured Hams, per pound . 10c
Larg? Julcy Lemons, per dozen . 15e
Smlthfleld Country Ilams, per pound. lHc
Root rp'cr, In bottk-s, makn 5 gallons . 5c
New CllppCd Hcrrlng, por dozen . 10c
Qunrt. bottle Tomato Catsup . 10c
Good Carollna Rico, per ptfund. 0c
Fresh French Candy, per pound. 5c
'.i-pound package Salada Tca . 15c
Fresh Roasted Laguayra Coffee, per pound .lavic
Mixed Sweet Plcklos, qunrt hottles . 10c
Good Mlxcd 'JVa, por pound . 30c
Whole fiwcot Plrklos, por quart . 10c
Sw.'^t Catawba or Hlnrkbprry Wln<\ 1.1c quart; or, gallon. BOc
I'iiro- Wltch Hazol Soap, 3 to box, for. 10c
Callfornln Hams, per pound . He
Large New Irish Potatoes, per peck.25c
LarKe Irlsh Potatoes, 25c peck; or, per bushel. IHle
J-irge cans Salmoh . 10e
Best quallty Cahhed Tomatoes, large cans . 10c
Lartfo fi-Slrlnfr lirooms ..? ? ? ? "0c
Grape-Nuts or Postum, per paokago. 12c
Nlce Bwe/?t Orangos, por dozen . 23c
New North Carollna Roe Iferrlng, per doz<?n . 20c
One-half gallon rana b'-st Ooldin Crown Syrup. 18c
Puff Malchea, every one strlkos; per dozen . 4c
3 pounds Wnshlnx Soda for . Bc
Virglnla Prlde Coffee. on*-pound package. 14c
Country Jowls. per pound . 0c
LarRo cans Callfornla Table Peaches, 3 for . 50c
Potted liam and Tongue, 3 for . 10c
S. Ullman's Son,
WHOLESALE AND RET.VIL CASH GROCERS.
Stores: 1820-1822 E. Main St. and 506 E. Marshall St.
IliMulf ::in>->'s Mimt Accompnny nll Otit-of-ToTrn Orders.
Tclcplionci?! CptOWM, 34; dowiifmm, 316.
U'rltc for our new Prlce-LUt.
...News of the Suburbs...
Mrs. C L. Babcoefc. who has been
Ulsltlng relatlves hTe, has left for her
home ln Charles City, Va.
Mr. and Mrs. Wllllam Turner. of
Charlotte, Va., who have been vlsltlng
Mrs. Oharles Wilklns, of North Ave
r.ue, have returned home.
Mlss Nannle Manson haa roturned
to her home In Brunswlck county, Va.,
ofter a vlsit at the homo of Mrs. J.
B- Woodwards, ln Lamb Avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. John E. llardlng and
.daughter have left for Maryland to
Mr. Frank Thompson, of North Ave?
nue, has left for Portsmouth . to vialt
Mr. and Mrs. Wllllam Lewis, of
North Avenue, have left to vlsit
.friends In Columbla, Va.
Mr. Cabell Wr. Kady has returned
tc his hoin? ln North Avenue. after
a vialt to Mrs. McGruder-Slnton, of
Ncwport News, and to the Jamestown
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Coleman and
daughters, Mlsses Gladys and Miriam
Ce^leman, of Virginla Avenue, have left
Xor Providence Forge to spend the
Mr. James Morrls, of North Avenuo,
has left for Baltimore, Md.
Mlss Minnlo Moon, who has been vls?
ltlng relatlves in Mlller Avenue, haa
returned to CharlottesvUle.
Mr. J. F. Stringer has returned to
jhls home, on Union Street, from a
iuslness trlp to Buchnnan. Va.
Mlss Mary Lewis, of Petersourg. ls
lhe guest of relatlves ln Luck Avenue.
Mr. J. A. Loslle and children, of
Tazewell, Va:, who havo been vlsltlng
Mrs. J. J. Wilson. of MUler Avenue,
have returned home.
MIsses Mary and Prlscllla Ryland
have returned to their home ln Lamb
Avenuo from a trlp to tho eN\osltlon.
Mrs. A. F. Ryland and children, of
Lamb Avenue, have left for Powhatan
Mrs. M. G. Price, of Meherrln. Va.i
who has been visitlng Mrs. J. F.
Stringer, of Minor Street, has returned
, Mrs. II. C. Ayers, of Hot Springs,
?who has been visitlng Mrs. C. B. Wll?
llams, has left for the Jamestown Ex?
Miss Martha Moore, of Amella, is the
guest of friends on Mlller Avenue.
Mr. Frank B. Carter and family. of
Lamb Avenue, have left for Massachu
Mr. John Brokenbrough Woodward,
:'ul'., son of Mr. J. B. Woodward, of Lamb
Aveoue, Barton Heights, took hla dl
plorna as bachelor of arta at Richmond
Coliege, and has been elected ft8 tea'eher
of mathematlcs at Davidaon Univorslty,
lr. Newark, Ohlo.
Mr. W. Sommerfleld Dance has re?
turned to his home ln Meherrln, Va.,
nfter a vlsit to his brothor-ln-law, Mr.
J. H. Redd, of No. 411 Roberts Street.
. [ Mls3 Blanche liliiui. of North Ave
Jiue, has left for Albemarle county, Va,
? Mlss Anna IC. Payno, of Cheaterfleld,
is tho guest of Mrs. J. J. Wilson, of
' Mrs. Herbert Stend, of Nowport News,
who has been vlsltlng Mrs. W, K.
Bnche, of Lainli Avenuo, has roturnod
Mrs. W. G. Cosby and son, Randolph,
of Virginla Avehub, havo returnod to
tholr honin afUir u vlsit to Mr/. Lesllo
Brlggs und tho Jamostowu ISxposItlari.
Mrs. R. W. Mlller has roturned to
hor liomo on North Ayonuo, acc.ompa
nled by lior fatliur, She 1ms heou vls?
ltlng relatlves ln Pennsylvanin.
! Mr. Edwln Robertson, of Petersburg,
Js tho guost of Mr. and Mrs. W. IC.
Kacho, of Lamb Avenue.
. Mrs. James M. Flanagan, of Cum
, herlojvtk who haa been vlsltlng , Mr,
Madlson Flanagan. of North Avenue,
ls now vlsltlng Mr. W. P. .Flanagan,
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Bache. of Lamt
Avenue, have left for Norfolk, Va.,
and the exposltion.
Mlss Annle Smlth, of Hanovor. li
vlsltlng Mr. and Mrs. C A. Hazelgrovo,
of North Avenue.
Mlss Mary Marston, of King and
Queen. ls visitlng Mr. and Mrs. George
H. Ware. of Lamb Avenue
Mrs. Stratton, who has been vlslt?
lng Mrs. B. H. Melton, of Montelro
Avenue, has returned to her home ln
John Holleran, who has been qulte
111 ln the Memorlal Hospltal, Is im
provlng, and will be brought home ln
a few weeks.
Mrs. Coghill and daughter, Mlss
Virginla, are visitlng frienda ln Buck
Mrs. Martln. of Albany, Ga., who
has been vlsltlng Mrs. B. H. MeUon.
of Montelro Avenue; has returned
Mr3. F. W>. Dllllngham and son
and daughter, of New York, are the
guosts of Mrs. C. T. Sydrtor, of Lamo
Mlss Norma Ware. of North Avenue,
ls vlshlng her aunt, Mrs. J. W. Lucy,
Mr. John E. Roee has returned to
his home In Barton Avenue, from a trlp
to Jamestown Island.
Mr. C. P. Blgger has returned to
hla home on Lamb Avenue, from an
outing at the exposltion.
s. Mrs. W. E. McCormlck has returned
to her home ln Barton Avenue from a
vlsit to friends In Baltimore.
Mlss Hazel Lancaster, who has been
qulte slck at her home In'Dove Street
ls able to be out. ...
Mlss Helen Veitch, who hns been at
tending the ' Richmond Hlgh School,
and staylng with her brother, Mr.
Walter P. Veitch. of Montelro Avenue,
has left for Washington, D. C. ?
Mlss Ruby Davl8, of Goochland
county, is vlsltlng her frlend, Mlss Ada
Scott, of Virginla Avenue.
Mr. C. W. O'Bannon.: Llv. P. Duggan,
Raymond E. LIghtner and Mr. Bowles
havo returno'd from an outing at tho
Jamestown . Exposltion.
Miss Aliee Martln, of CharlottesvUle,
ls the guest of Mlss Ellzabeth Chria
tlnn, of Montelro Avenue..
. Miss Flossle Wood entertaiped at
ner home last Thursday ln honor 01
Mlss Mary Allee* Branche. of TexBK
Muslc and parlor games were hmonp
the pleasuros of the evening untli i>
late hour. when refreshments wftre
served. Among those present were
Mlsses Mar.v Alico BrancllaJJ or Texne
lda Dlnwiddio. .Allce Gtll. Jeiinle Ue>?
ers. Lannio Bell Blnford. Lncy Jordan
and Flossle Wood. and Messrs. Karlow
and Lacy Blnford. Waltor Llpford, Fd
ward anel Branche Dlnwiddio, fuu
Howell Brockwell. .-.- , - ??
R. L. Tuck, a well-\nown -Chesa
pe.oko and Ohio englneer," has' roturned
Whltena the teeth, preserves
, tlio f.ims, perfumeu the breath
nnd prevents decay -that's
Meade & Baker's
An antlaeptlc mouth waah with ,
a pltasant, fragrant taste.
Your druggist, 2W, 50c, $1.00.
to his home from the company'a hos
pltal, at;cilfton Forgo, whero he wnni
Tor treatment nevernl wnuka ago. 11c
Ih much Improvcd ln health.
An .entertnlnineiit will be glven by
St* l?n;tf'lck'a Hunday-Hchool, of Fulton,
In . tlid'flchnol hall, corncr of Erln ftne
stato Streots, Wednosday, June 28th, at
8 P. M.
Tho sevon-year-old son of Mr. Wil?
liam Tinken had the mlsfortuno td
break his right arm whllo playtng scv
eral days ago. Dr. W. W, Nelson soi
tho broken niember,
Chlldren'g Duy will he cclobrato.d at
Dttiny-Stroot Methodlst Sunday-Sr.nool
thls morning at 10 o'clock. An excel?
lent program has been prepared for tho
UcoaHlon. At the night scrvltcM Rev. C.
H. Gnllowny will 1111 .fls piilplt, nnd
the subject of his -Bormoii will be "i'nr.
"'Mr, Ldb' Downey, nf Alexnndrla, ls
tho guest of his uncle, Mr, .lamcs
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bushell havo re
turned from their weddlng trfp and aio
now nt home to .thelr frlendB on NH-n
. Mrs. Mary Katifelt and daughter, Mlsa
Snllle, left several days ago tor lllgli
Polnt, N. C, where they will spoiid tno
sumtner with relatlves.
A. 1!. Day, of Baltlmore, ls visltlng
friends ln Fulton.
Mrs. Waurice Wlllls. of Florida, ls
visltlng her brother, Mrs. W. T. More
Mr. and Mrs. George Bohannnn are
visltlng relatlvea In Lunenburt, tounty.
Mrs. Joseph Crurnpton and .little
daughten Ellzabeth, or Baltlmore, are
visltlng Mrs. CrumiJton'a mother,. Mrs.
Mlss Mary Meredlth. of Loulsa couti
ty, is the guest of Mlss Anna Nelson. on
Mr. and Mrs. William" Hoort are tho
gunsts of relatlves ln East Radford. ? ,
Mlss Ellzabeth Schonberger has <r?.
! turned home from a vlslt to her sister.
l ln Baltlmore.. ......
i MisR Graee HuKhes, of Henrtco.. n>
the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Balley, on
Mrs. Wsrren Smlley and ehildren are
jspendlng the ii/mroer with tho former'a
parents. In Mlnnesota.
Mrs.- Edward Vaughan, of Roanoko.
Iwns the guest of her parents, Sergoant
and Mrs. Robort Brown, for the past
Mrs. Cook has returned. after an ex
tonded vlslt to relatlves in Washington.
IPJtteburg an,j Harrfsburpr.
! Mrs. Dowdy, of Brooklyn, N. Y., U
the guest of her brother. Mra. John
Allstan, on Fulton Strffet.
Mrs. C. M. Gibson Is visltlng her pftr
er.ts, ln SavannalS. Ga.
Mrs. Anna Franklln and sori. of Nor?
folk, are vlsltiiiK Mrs. Franklin's
mother, Mrs. Johanno. Tyree. on the
avenue. Mrs. Frnnklln's stepson, Hor
ace Franklln. Is also with trTem".
, Stephen McMahon. of the United
I States battleshlp Kentucky, ls on 8
vlslt to his slsters, on Loulsiana
Street. Mr. McMahon saw service dur?
lng the Spanlsh-Amerlcan War.
Mrs Sella Rice, of Gates county,
N C. Is visltlng relatlves ln Fulton. :
Fulton Baptlst Sundny-School will
zo to West Polnt to-morrow on thelr
annual plcnlc A large crowd ls ex
Mr. and Mrs. Buehr are visltlng rela?
tlves and friends in New York nnd New
Bedford. Mass. They expeet to return
via the Jamestown Expo?ltion.
Mlss Llllle Nelsen. who haa been
visltlng her sister. Mrs. Harvey Mays,
in Mobiie. Aia., for two months, has re?
turned. . ~ *. r ?..
BernaTd .Tones. the son of C: n. .lones,
ls the guest of relatlves ln Buckingham
Captain Albert Morecock has return?
ed to his bome. at Sandy Polnt, after.a
vlslt to his son, W. T- Morecock.
The entertalnment glven by Mossrs.
WtUfred Rutherford and Robert Law
renco. of Kalrmount. and Mr. Dudley.
of New York. at the.Town liall durir.g
the past week was a most enjoyabie
surcess. These gentlomen are away
. now on a ten days' vacation. and upon
1 thelr return will glve n "serles of en
' tertalnments to thelr friends all over
tbe city- Mr. Dudley gave an exhl
bltlon of beautlful moving plctures.
Mrs. C. W. Pollard has returned from
Ashland. Va., where she attended the
convention of tho Woman's Christlan
Temperance Union as a representatlve
of the Fldelity Y's, of Fairsnount.
Colonel Driggs and Mr. A. F. South
worth have returned to Hunttngton, W
Va., after visltlng the famlly of Mr.
George Troxler here, and taklng in
the exposition at Jamestown.
Mr. Russell Gentry. who patnfully
Injured one of- his limbs whlle asslst
Ing in moving a plano from the burn
lng realdence of Mr. Ezekiel Brauer.
last Sunday morning, is improvlng.
W. H. Chaprrian. of Clarksvllle, has
returned after visltlng his niece, Mrs.
Mlss Rena Readlcs, of Hanover conn
ty, wns a recent guest of her aunt,
Mrs. Edward Smlth.
The King's Daughters and Ladles
Gulld. of Chrlst Church. will glve a
tallv-ho partv ln the near future. The
partv Will leave the church at 8:30
o'clock. and will take in the parks
around the' city, ' thence back to the
church. where a receptlon will be glvcfi
Mr. William Ford left for his home
In New Kent county a few day.s ago
after a pleasant vlslt to friends in
Rlchard E. Walker has returned to
his home ln' Mecklenburg county after
a vlslt to his mother-in-law, Mrs. Ro
berta Jeter, of Fairmount Avenue.
Marshall and Taylor Dowdy. Miss
Lucv Dowdy and Mrs. Loulsa Hobson.
of Fairmount, were called to Newport
News recentlv by tbe illness and death
of thelr slsto'r, Mrs. JeBse.
W. T. Beazley, who has been spendr
Ing some time at his old home in Car
olino county and with friends in Han?
over county, has returned home.
John A. Chappell. of C\arlotco
Courthouse, and Jarnes A'aden, of Dan?
vllle, vislted Mr. Dodson' here recently".
Messrs. Ernest Beadles nnd Vernorr
Beadles, of Henrleo county. vlsited'
relatlves hera durlng the week.
Rev. R. B. Beadles has been qulte
111 nt hjs home on Twenty-seoond
Street all the week.
Mr. and Mrs. James Brqwn nnd Mr.
Robert Slms, of Fairmount, wo'ro'gu'e.sts
at the receptlon glven. by Miss Maude
Granger. of Lee Distrlct, * Tuesday
ovening. ? - .
Mr. Grooch and his fricmd, Mr. Hon
son. of Columbla,' -S. ? C, vislted \ the
formor'8 daughter, Mrs. Edloe Mahanes,
recontly. i I'''...,,'
Miss Annle Smlth, of Hanover'.coun?
ty. who hns been visltlng relatlves in
tiiis vlclnity, has returned h'omb.
Mrs. John Garrett returned ,a,'few
days ago from Carollne county, **hero
she vislted her. grandmo.ther,* Mrs.
James A. Jeter and wlfe, of.Ironton,
Ohio, accompanied by Mlss Cor'a Wes'el..
were recent guests of Mrs. Roberta
Jeter, of Fairmount Aveyue.
Mlss Kate Henderson vislted friends
ln Willlamsburg recently.
Mrs. Mary E. Luck. of Ashland, was
the guest of tha famlly of Mr., W. T.
Benaley. durlng the past week.
Mr. Strles, of. Cllfton. Forge, who
vislted the famlly of F. C. Cs-.:vs?!:r?in,
of Twenty-thlrcl Street. has returned
Mr. John A.-Dunkum has returned to
Kentucky after visltlng ln this vl?
Mrs. W. A. Hall and chlldren, of
Port Norfolk, Va., wero recent guests
of Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Pollard. .
Mr. Albert Chandler, of Hlgh Polnt,
N. C, wlio hns beou the guest of rela?
tlves InVFairmount, has returned home.
He also' vislted the Jamestown Expo?
sition; before returnlng.
? Mlss Vlola Diacont will be asslsted
ln her recital by Mlss Irene, Lolstman.
of Baltlmore, soprano, and ? by , Mr.
Wooldrldge Tuck, of U1I3' city.
W, L. Craddock, .of Mauboro, Amo
11a county.-was the guest of his niece,
Mrs. J'-,l'n R. Jeter, recently.
Mrs. y.oatrlco Enos nnd little daugh?
ter, Lols, vislted Mr, and Mrs, J. Au
hrey Enns, here durlng tho pnst woek.
A. dellghtful blrtlulny pnrty was
glven ln tho home of Mr. nnd Mrsv
Newton .Gontry a fow ovonlngs ngo ln
honor of tlin. .fntirteouth blrthday nil
nlvorsnry <\t thelr daughtof, Mlss Kdlth
j Gr.qp.trvi VurUiiiH ganios nnd lustrtr~
ineutal. tuul .voeal muslo sorvod to on
Uvon tho occaelon. Mlss Etllth -re
oel^ed pinny pretty remnmbrancea
from her friends, Dolnty refr.eshmeVUs
wero served. Among thoso present
were Mlssos Rena Ford, Corlnne Gentry,
Loulso LaMTonco, Avls ' Hechler, Lll
llan Watklns, Glaclys Gentry, May Gen?
try, Florria Delaney, jesele Blnford,
ARE THE BEST
not because WE SAY so, but because they have actually proven themselves the best right here in Richmond,
where we've handled them for the past seventeen years. Ask ANY Alaska owner what he or she thinks
about it? We carry an enormous stock of grocers', butchers* and family sizes, holding from 20 to 1 200 pounds
of ice. The prices run from $10.00 to $200.00 each.
ADAMS AND BROAD Right in the Centre of the Furniture District
A Good, Serviceable Baby Carriage,
nicely upholstered in denim, with good parasol, a
$9.00 value, $4.45.
We have everything in the. Baby Carriage line
from the Folding Go-Carts to the heavy Elnglish Per
Quality Gas Ranges
are guaranteed to cook, bake or broil as good as^any
stove made?or you get your money back.
A customer told us last week that his gas bill
for a family of six was 80 cents, and that the range
would bake biscuits in three minutes.
Messrs. ' Leonard Pollard, Alfred
Knlght, Thomas Anderson, Wlllle Al
bertson, Eldrlge Gentry, Henry Bln?
ford. Morman Blnford. Rev. and Mrs.
Hugli Paylor. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
Hechler, Mrs. Jeaae Blnford and Mr.
and Mrs. Newton Gentry.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T- Nuckols, of Fair
mount Avenue, recently entertalned
Mr. Robert E. Lee. of Wllmlngton, Del.;
Mr. and Mrs. Dove and^Charles Dove,
Mr. and Mrs. Will Nuckols and daugh?
ter, Mlss Paullne, Mr. and Mra. White
nnd son anel daughter. Mr. James
White and Mlss Mary White. of Bris
tol, Tenn.; Mrs. Josephlne Mackey. ot
Indlan Springs. Tenn., nnd Messn-s. E.
S. Nuckols and Olln Campbell, of'Buck
Mr. and'Mrs. J. T. Davls, of Char
lotte, N. C. who have been the guests
<>f Mr. and Mrs. Joaeph Hunnlcutt.
have returned home.
Mr. J. F. Snider, of Jac3i30r., Tenn..
has returned home after a vlsit to
relatlves in this vlcinlty.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Jeter. of Hln
ton, W. Va., were the guests of tlie
former's aiuit, Mrs. Roberta Jeter, re?
The Y's of Fairmount Methodlst
Eplscopal Church gave a dellghtful
social and entertalnment Tn the Old
Ladies' Home Thursday nlght. The old
ladies enjoyed the aitalr greatly.
Mm. Mnry A. Anderson.
Mrs. Mary A. Anderson. of Rocky
Mount, N. C. dled 'at the Memorial
Hnspltal at 12:15 o'clock yesterday.
The funeral will take plnco from
Bllllups's undertaklng parlor at 3
o'clock to-day. Tho interment will be
made in.Oakwood Cemetery.
Funeral of Mr. Morrls.
Mr. Herman Morria, who dled yes
- '-We are pleased to announT??
th'e "op'erilng of our newv
in the famous
making the third store In
Chlcago, and'the tenth lhik
?"Jn'tlie chnin of Guth stores.
We extend a cordial invlta
tlon to our Richmond friends
. to vialt us. and make our store
thelc headquarters whlle in
, The new store just, openod
is- the finefct ln its appoint?
ment ln the entlre West.
Guth Chocolate's, Bon Bons'
and Fancy Cahdies, famous for
,tl|eir purlty, may he had fre&h
ditily at any of our
309 East Broad Street.
Candles carefully packed. for
shlpment to all parte of tho
torday at his rosldence, No. 190S East
Broad Street, in the elghty-slxth year
of his age. ls survlved by two sons?
MoBes Morrls, of Philadelphia, Pa., and
Joseph Morris, of Baltimore, Md.?and
by four grandchlldren.
Tho funeral will take, place to-mor?
row at 10 a. M. -..-? Bhi
Mrs. Idn II. :to*<-iihiuim,
icM,^s'T?cla H' Hosenbaum. wife of Mr.
M. B. Re>senbaum, dled yesterday eve?
ning. lhe funeral arrangements
have not yet been completed. "
Mr*. E. W. Aleximder.
Mrs. Emma Wllllams Alexander di??d
yesterday ot tha residence of her sis
ter. Mrs. W. C. Hodge, iso. 121 Wash?
ington btreet, in the flfty-fifth year
of her age.
The funeral arrangements will be
Kttneral of Mrs. F.ubank.
The funeral of Mrs. Mena G. Eubank.
wife of Mr. Ernest Eubank, will take
place this afternoon at 3 o'clock from
Grace Street Baptlst Church. The in
terment will be made in Oakwood
31m. Faiinlc X. Pollard...
ETNA iMILLS, VA., ? June' 22.?Mrs.
Fannle Norvell Pollard died yesterday
at 4 o'clock P. M.. at the home of Mr.
Lee Posts. where she was boardlng.
Mrs Pollard was olghty-five years old
in May, and has been bllnd for nlne
years. She was' lnterred in the family
burylng ground at .3 o'clock P. M. to?
day. Rev. w. It. Fox, of the Chris
tlan denomlnation, conducted the burlal
Mrs. Snlllc Mlller.
[Spoclal to Tho Tlmea-Dlspatch,]
?.r,,,URAY? VA- June 22.?Mrs. Sallie
Mlller, aged about sixty'-rilne venrs,
died to-day at her home if Sprlngfield
District. this county. Mrs. Mlller was
the widow of Joo Mlller, and a slster
of the late John R. McCullough for
many years superintendent of the noor
of Page county.
ANDERSON.?Dled, at MeTnorlal Hos
pltal, Saturday at 12:l'5 o'clock, Mra
MARY A. ANDERSON, of Rocky
Mount. N, C. . I.- ?
Burlal fromC. J. Billups's undertak
lng establishment TO-DAY, 3 P "Al
Interment in Oakwood Cemetery;'
ALEXANDER.?Dled, Saturday. June
l, ' *.?. the residence of her slster,
Mrs. W. C. Hodgo, 124 Washington
Street, at 9 p M., Mrs. EM.MA WIL
L1A1IS ALEXANDER, 1? tlie flfty
flrst year. of her age.
Funeral notlce laier.. >
CAMERO.v:?In"memory of WILLIAM
E. OAMERON, who elopartnd thla life
two years ago to-day, Juno 22d.
We have nover ceased to mlss thee
Since that radlant siumner day,
When the splrlt; pure anel tendcr
Softly slipped from earth away.'
MAMMA AND DAUGHTERS.'
MORRIS.?Dled, nt His residence, IOjUS
East Broiul'Street. nt 7:35 P. M.. Juno
21. 1007, HERMAN MORRIS, in tho
elghty-slxth year of. his age. HP
leaves two. sons, Mosob Morris of
Philadelphia, Pa., and Joseph Morrls
of Baltlmoro, Md.; also four grand?
chlldren. Mlss Leba Morrls, of Rlch
mond, Va., nn(\ Mlsses Jeannette and
Retta anel Maater Abram U. Morris,
of Baltimore, Md., to inourn tholr
loss. > ,
Funeral from Mortuary Chapel MON?
DAY, June 24th. at 10 o'clock A. M.
(New York, Philadelphia, Pa*., Bal?
timore, Md., and Washington, D. C,
papers please eopy.)
ROSENBAUM". ? Dled, on Saturday
evening, Mrs. 1DA H. ROSENBAUM
wife of Mr. M. 8. Rosenbaum.
Funeral notlce later. No flowers,
ROSE?Died, at 'ils residence. 71 \ N.
Twcnty-thirri Street. iit. n.oO A M.
Frhlay, June 21st. HENRY L. ROSE.
Funeral Sl'N'DAY. Juno 23d. ut
P. M. Internient in Oakwood.
YOUNG.?Died, at 6:35 P. M., Juno 22d,
at tha-residence of his parents, 3708 ?,j
Lester Street, CLAUDE C, the second.
son of John II. and Lorin Young, aged
four years and six rfNyiths,
?A bud'tho Gnrdener gavo us,
A donr nnd loving ehild,
He gave to our keoplng, .
To cherlsh, uridefUed.
But Just iih tt>wits opening
? To the glory of t.liA nTi'y,
Down came the lli>u"venly Gardener
And took tlie bud owny.
Funernl notlco lnter.
EUBANK.?Funeral of Mrs, MENA O,
EUBANK, wlfo of Ernest Eubank,
will take placej SUNDAY, 2I!et lnstant%
3 P. M? from Orace-Straet Baptlst
Church. Burlal at Oakwood Ceme?
tery. , " *
with which the rflrector domlnated
every part. being notlced by all.
Mr. Mercer recelved tho generous
congratulatlons of the hou:,e. when ho
came foor'ward to direct the choral
singlng. With band accompanlment
the chorus sang "Old Black Joe," and,
gnlnlng cournge f?s they iwent pn,
swung Into "My Old Kentucky Home"
with an enthuslasm. which. qulto cap
tured the audlence. As an encore, the
chlldren sang "Maryland," taklng tho
ihlgh'notes with a clear treble, which
i ln turn brought to the chorus the ap
I plause of the members of the band, as
| well as tha audlence. After two other se
lections by.vthe band, ln- which the sklll
of Professor Innes and his performers
was flnei> exeinpflfled, the concerty
closed with the . "American Fantasy,"
In the course of which the tand played
several popular airs, the chUdren'f(
chorus jolnlng in the.,"Suwanee River,"
"Dlxle" and closlng '"with "America."
As the band played the national hymn
the chlldren drew forth red, whlte and
blue handkerchlefs, ana durlng the
singlng waved thelr colors with pa
trlotlc enthuslasm. the band ' letting
ltself loose la a flnal and powerful
burst of muslc, which qulto brought
the audlence to thelr feot.
Great Concert nt Night.
The concert last night was qulto the
trlumph of the series. i Both band and
chorus excolled themselves, the two
closlng with the fatnous "Soldler's*
Chorus," by Gounod, ln a tremendous
swell of perfect harmony.
A well-flilod house greeted tho clos
,lng concert, and although the seats
immediately ln front, where the band
sounded too nolsy. wero left vacant,
the centre and back portlons of the
.Auditorium, as well as the great gal
Jery, were entlrely taken, there being
between twonty-ilvo hundred and threo
,thouaanrt persons present.
v The concert oponed with the overtiire
to the falry opera, "Oberon," from
Weber. Innes most pleasantly con
,8ented to an encore, showlng the most
remarknblo good humor throughout
Durlng an Interval ln tho opening
,selectlons, a p'.de door was thrown
open, and tlio Rlchmom^ Plowii^ers, In
,full dress unlform, ftlod ln, being
.greeted with the cheers of the chorus
nnd the rapturous applnuse of the au
dlqnco. Tnstantly Professor Innes wns
on his feet, and tho band crashed Into
"Dlxle" with a wonderful enthuslasm
Willoughby Beach, Va.
(Via Ocean View)
Open for the scason June n, 1907. Situation just opposite
Jamestown Exposition Grounds?fifteen minutes by boat or
trolley. $3.00 per day and up, American plan, Fresh sea
food daily from the Chesapeake Bay. Fine fishing, bathing.
Musicand dancing every evening from 9:00 to 11:30.
H. S. PARKER, Manager.
Take car opposite Atlantic Hotel, Main Street, Nor?
folk, marked "Old Point Express", or "Willoughby Local"
direct'to the hotel,
and abandon. The whole audlence
rose and gave roll after roll- of ap
plause to band, muslc and soldiers.
Professor Mercer took the baton and
led' the great Reunlon Chorus of 600
or more volces ln a fino renderlng ot
Handel's "Hallelujah Chorus." The
uuity and preclslon of the chorus waa
ccnsldercd wonderful, In ylew of the
short time they have been drllllng to
After a number of band Gelectlons
the band and chorus united ln "The
Brldal Chorus," from Wagner. The
sklll with which the rjreat band wa3
modulated and brought into harmony
with the volces was noted by all.
Liszt's "Fourteenth Hungarlan
Rhapsody" again brought forth the ap
plause of the house, and after repeated
encores and acknowledgments, Director
Innes gave a most humorous renderlng
of a catchy little alr. ln which a great
varlety of Instrunients ln turn played
the alr, with band accompaniment. Tho
humor of the copceptlon waa ovldent.
and none seemed to enjoy lt more than
Director Innes and the members of hia
Ono of the features of the evenlnf
was the harp solo of Mr. H. J. WllliamsC
whose skllful flngers ran llghtly over
the strlngs of his great harp, playing
the "Valso'Caprice," arranged by him?
self for a harp solo. Ho was repeated
, The closlng number, a selectlon ol
scenes from "Faust," arranged by
,Gounod, brought out the full quallty of
the band, and when ln closlng Direc?
tor Mercer gave tho slgnal and the
,great chorus rose and Jolned with the
band ln the famous "Soldiers* Chorus,"
,tho wholo house seemed to sway to the
,rhythm of that popitlar alr.
Work of Slngcrg.
After the concert Director Innes ex->
pressed himself in the most enthusias
tio terms as to tho excellent work of
the Wednesday Club and the reunlon
chorus. He sald that he had no doubt
that to the Wednesday Club was larga
ly due that cultlvated taste of RIch?
mond poopio for good muslc , The chtl
dren's chorus also lmpressed the direc?
"It ls truly remarkable that two
such large choruses chn be brought
together and dellver such hlgh class
,music on such short fiotlco. It not
only shows the muslcal taste of tho ,
people of RIchmond, but tbe excellent
work your schools are doing," he de- ,
Among the alto volces ln the chorus
last night wns Mrs. Frederlc Nell Innes,
who, although she had never practlced
some of tho chorusos, and had never /
8tmg with" tho Wednesday Club, was
able from her knowladge of muslc to
go through her part ln excellent style.