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No Further Hope for Virginia
Christian, First Female tu
;entury old deed recorded
Looking Into Title of Land
JLiuiiglit by Government.
Farmers' institute Dates.
Tii? re it. no chance whatever for fur?
ther interference In the sentence of
Virginia Christian, who will be elec?
trocuted tor murder Friday of next
Week, unless something not now (ore
seen should arise. Tho Governor has
Kranted hor an cxti <? "'ii of one montn
tu which lb mako her preparations for
tiie unknown, and will extend no fur?
ther clt mency.
She will be the ?rst woman to bo
electrocuted In thir. .state, and because
of this fact then Is a good deal >?:
Interest In her case Ca'Os of capi?
tal punishment inilicted on women In
Virginia In past years, when death
WAS dealt by hanging, have been few,
although several Instances have been
dug up by itli torlans.
twulta ii.-nth in < rll.
Virginia Clirir.firtn I? in the death
v'lhltcd dally by the prison matron, as
Well as by a woman prisoner. In ..o
tiltlon. sh.- sees Rev. S. C Burrell, of
the Colored Young Men's Christian
Association, and other ministers of her
race. Relatives Ol the i?>rl from Hamp?
ton have beOn to visit her.
In the main, sin is stoical and ap?
parently Ihdiffereni to the fate which
Bttftlla her, eating well nnd sleeping
l'vtdently sh? possesses Mttlo nonsl
Llllty. an!. Indeed, thin might bo shown
by the crime for which n!io Is to die.
one of the most horrible In th-> crim?
inal records of the Stats. With un?
paralleled ferocity this sevonteen
year-old girl forced a towel into tho
throat of the aged woman who was
her victim v. lih a broomstick and then
recorded after century
Mil need i? I it ml is Filed?Mr. White
nnd the Sprntierstilp,
!tl?, to n large trait ..f mountain land
ii Rockbridge, Bedford and Botctourl
lountlcs, which is to be purchased by
he United Slates for forest reserve
tnd watershed purposes. He went h ick
In the clerk's office of Rockbrldge
epUtity a deed executed 10p years ago.
from General Lighthouse Harry Bee to
I.ogan. It had been duly recorded
In Botetourt, hut, curiously enough,
nlthough most of the land is In Bock
bridge, it had r lo-en placed on
.rd there . It Is for the identical
? let now to pass Into possession of
government The United States
pays ftO.SG t..,- aer.- for It. It Is sup
, ? I to contain 3,200 acres, but 'a
tcnlliy It is not expected to produce
.Mr. White has been prominently
mentioned for tho ol||ro nf Speaker of
tve iioxt Hons. <>f Delegates, where
! I .s serVed two terms. He . ,1
>? :?: lay he uas not actlvly a eandl
tiate, but It In believed be would ac
' The Objection I would have," said
Mr. White. "Is the difficulty I would
experience <n sitting quietly In a chair
while a row was going on I don't
know whether 1 could do that or not."
The reporter, knowing Mr. White, hsd
Farmers' Mertlnu Planned.
Dates for tho coming aeries of
farmers' Institutes were announced
yesterday by Institute Director John
J, Owen, of the Department of Agr'
culturc. They aie ns follows, each
meeting being held nt 10 o'clock A.M.:,
Tuesday. August 13, Joneavllle, 1.
county; Wednesday, August 14, Gate
City, Scott county: Thursday. August
15, Skip; Friday. August 16, Willis.
Floyd county, Saturday, August IT,
Floyd Court House. Monday. August
19, tVjrlitesburg. Charlotte county:
Tuesday, August co. south Hill, Meck?
lenburg county. Wednesday, August
jl, Capron, Southampton county;
Thursday. August 22; West l'olnt. King
William county: Friday. August
King and Queen Courthouse; Saturday.
August 24. Saluda, Middles. -.
M.-nday. August 26, Kllmarnock, I.an
.ludce Staples ni Capitol.
Judge Waller R. Stl plOs, jit Ro?npke,
who U sitting at the trials of the
famous Allen ease-. at Wythevllle,
spent yesterday in th.- city. Ho called
at the Capitol, and was tho guest oi
Judge William F. Rhea, of tho State
Corporation Commission. Judge Stadl is
w.nt to IHllsvllle the day following
the tragedy, when the danger Of such
a proceeding w:.s probable, nnd opened
court with all the forms of law from
the bench whence Judgo Massle had
been shot the d'V before. lie has
presided through tour trials, and has ]
at least two more to fuec?four. it
the two men nt (urge arc iu.ut-.tit. I
Circled t. Mi I . A. Kecretary.
iSpeclal to The Tlmos-Dlspatch.]
Norfolk, Vu . August IJ. <i. Alex
andi r, of Memphis, Tenn., has boon
elected secretary o< the You?jg Men's
Christian Association here to succeed
A. M. Clcinchcc, who died soveral
weeks ago. Mr. Aloxundoi will begin
tith work here October t. He 1? now
secretary ot the Memphis Young Men's
Christian ah; oi latlon.
Itealgns ?m lieeelver,
Alexandria, Va., August G ?Judge J,
K. M. Norton bus resigned as receiver
for ?b'- defunct Virginia Safe Deposit
ami Trust Corporation because the
State Court of Appeals ban held that
the receiver mutt bring any suits that
may be riesln <1 against the directors
of the corporation, lie was a director
six months before its collapse, Walter
'. Poster was appointed special com?
missioner in chancery to settle the
accounts of the receivers.
PURPOSE OF PARTY
(Continued From First Page.)
win, but the bosses almost always!
Continuing his discussion of par-j
ins Mr. beycridge sau: ^
Th( ? ojtb hit; men ami women m
genuinely progressiv? and r>:h r? as
genuinely reactionary a;, those in otner
part* of our country. Vet, for well
known reasons, them, sincere and hon-,
rst Houtiiern progressives and rekc
ttonaries vote togotner in u single
party, which Is neither progressive nor'
renj llonnry. They vote a dead tra il-1
Viction and a national faith. Their
vote not 'o: D.r Democratic party; but]
against t:,.- ItepUbllcah part;.. They
want to be fire Mom this condition;,
they can b< fie. from It through uho]
Niitlonnl Progressive party.
"The root or ihe wrongs which hurt
the peopll Is the fr.r.l thnt the peo-l
pli ? government lias been taken away
from them. Their government must|
be Riven lark to the people. And so
tip ..rst purpose of the progressive)
party Is to make sure the rule of the
; ro; i.j. The rulo of the people means
that thm people themselves ihall nom?
inate, as well eis elect, all candidates
tor office. Including Senators and Pres?
ident?, of the United States."'
Uusliiesa is t ncertaln.
i Mr llcvcrldge said Ametlean busi?
ness l-i uncertain and unsteady com-1
i pared with the business o' other na?
tions "What. then.V he asked, "must
i wi do to make American bu-in^.-s bet
t. ? W< must rlr, what poorer nations
have drrfi?. We tntt t end the abuse: of
- . Instead <?( striking down busl
hcsi Itself We must try to make lit-'
';!?? business big, and nil business hoii
I ?nt Instead of striving to make big
1) siuess little ar.d letting It remain
dishonest. As the Sherman law now
i-t lids, no two business men can ar
? thfeir mutual affairs find be Mite
that tl :.r?- not lawbreakers. This it
?:.e main hindrance to the Immediate
j ar.d permanent revival of American
; business. t'nder the decree of the.
courts the oil and tobacco trusts still
ran raise prices unjustly and olready
I have none so.
"Such business chaos ar.d legal
I paradoxes as American business euf
1 ii r? from can b>.- found no where else
, m the world."
j Tho speaker dcclar-d the progres?
sive party will accomplish reforms
; to American business.
"We mean to put new business laws
!r;i our statute books Whl h will tell
! American nuslncss men what they ' Jti
: do and wh.it they cannot do. The next
, great business reform we must have i >
Id-teadily Increase American prosperity
; is lo change the rriethod of butbilng
our tariffs. The tariff must be t iken
I tut of politics and treated as a busi?
ness question Instead of a political
' nutation The greatest need of busl
: to ts is certainty, but the only tiling
, ? rtalri nbout our tariff Is uncertainty;
N' Nt to our need to make the Sher
I man law modern, untlcrstan lable and
jiistj our greatest real need Is a geh?r
Ine, permanent, nonparllsan tariff
I '' mmission,'' the speaker s .ld ' There
! has not been and will not be any sin?
cere and honest ellort by the old par?
ties to get a tariff commission, nor to
take the tariff out of politics i
Golden Menu In Tarif,'.
"A tariff high enough to give Amer->
lean produce! s the American market
? when they make honest goods and sell
them at h?hest prices, but low enough
that when they sell dishonest goods
at dishonest pried . inr Ign comp, ti?
li, n earl correct both ev is; a tariff
high enough to enable American pro
? divers to pay our workluum n Amer?
ican wages, and so arranged that
! the worklngman will get such wages:
I n business tariff whose chanues
will be to made as to reassure
business instead tif dl turblng It
??this Is the tt;riff and the me hod of
Itr making in which t'ie progressiva
party believes f?-r which It does bat?
tle and which it proposes to write Into
tht laws of the land.
"The Payhc-Aldrlch tariff laws must
be revised Immediately in accordance
. to the <? prihciples."
Abolition of child lnhor in fa> tor?
los, mills, mine- and sweatshops and
I n plan for old ntr. pensions were In?
tel tided in tbe progressive platform by
;the speaker, who incidentally favored
v. omnn ?mf ret;...
"Never doubt that we will solve In
! rlghteriufnets and wi-dom every vex*
Ihg problem," srild Mr. B?verldgi\ to
v nrd the c< ncluslon r>f his address.
Ii ? V
QUAK liK is kept constantly at a sum?
mer temperature for many years? U
think c/ the tab, r. But tin: reward is a ?
flavor and smoothness that pauperises K
language. A trial best tells the tale.? g
Honest Old Quaker |
R. L CHRISTAIN & CO., RICHMOND. VA.
ktiAf!"xw ssn tau
CATALOG ON REQUEST
313 West Main Monroe 826
mmmm MtiM K*a U &bX HtH lug K*9 IVtbS LU lb
THE MODERN JACOB'S LADDER
The boys and girls of America are having a picnic, every day in the year, on the children's picnic grounds (and in mother's pantry ?) with
Washington Crisps, the delicious toasted corn Hakes, which is the most enticing combination of food and confection ever manufactured.
The little tots feel that they are dwelling very near Heaven when they arc called from the nursery, or playground, to a bowl of dainty,
delicious Washington Crisps. Washington Crisps are much safer for your children to cat than pastry, and far more nourishing, wholesome
and healthful. Meat and heavy food, and sweets, derange the little stomachs of the men and women of the future, while Washington Crisps
can be easily and quickly digested by the little tots, preserving the robust health and rollicking happiness of the household.
Washington Crisps are good for young and old boys and girls, as an appetizer before dinner, as an ideal dessert after dinner and 'tween
meals, for bedtime lunches, for picnics, camping parties, yachting parties and for every occasion when light, toothsome, wholesome
food is desired. *>.; ? -4tmf supreme quality of toasted cor? "Pukes..in amefmc?*/??:
THAN IN ANY
Washington Crisps arc made from the finest white corn grown in the celebrated Corn Belt of the United States, with pure cane
su^ar and salt added. They are thoroughly steam cooked, toasted, delicately crisp, and are all ready to serve. Every package
bears the unqualified GUARANTEE of the manufacturers that every ingredient in
is of as HIGH QUALITY as the ingredients used in the manufacture of cereal foods of ANY other make, REGARDLESS OF THE
COST; and the further GUARANTEE that Washington Crisps are made under T1 IE MOST PERFECT SANITARY CONDI?
TIONS POSSIBLE TO CREATE, IN MILLS THAT ARE SPOTLESSLY CLEAN. AND BY HIGH-CLASS, SKILLED
WORKMEN. Washington Crisps, during all the processes of manufacture, from flaking to packing, never touch human hands?everything
is done by automatic machinery.
The fact that the 250,000 retail Grocers in
mending Washington Crisps, which the Grocers
corn Hakes, in America, proves that the
HIGH cost of living. Washington Crisps cut
so far as cereal food is concerned, and both
this?hence our big sales of SUPREME
millions of Americans. Every family in
THE HIGH COST OF LIVING, should
PURE food mills which give MORE pure food
America are supplying, and cordially recom
know are the SUPREME quality of toasted
Grocers are glad to help the public reduce the
off one-third of the HIGH cost of living,
merchant and consumer instantly recognized
quality Washington Crisps to millions and
America, which REALLY wants to REDUCE
support, by their patronage and influence,
of SUPREME quality, for the same money.
Handsomest Food I'acknnc In America?Two ?i:perb portraits of GEORGE WASHINGTON en every package, In colors, handsome enough to frame, or use unframed, to decorate your "Den" or Liviog Room.
The SUPREME quality?the LARGEST quantity?the SMALLEST price?is it any wonder that Washington Crisps are
?*?* r*.^i *r w v<r\m/*jr?r? r 1 ? *o _jl_.-9>
First in the
in almost every State i*i the Union.
News of South Richmond
So:ith Richmond Huron.
1*2? Hull Street.
Then- Madison ITS.
Street rci-k as far ss the etas Department
la on erneri ?111 come to a halt when the I
cbri .- ,,f Cow ardln Avenue und Perry 1
la reached; Deyond thla corner th? !
Uta a r'pes shall not go?that 1?. according ?
? ot Iii? property owner*. Unless j
they can be won over the city inuat resort 1
to the courts to finish the worst. i
Cowardln Avenue, while wldo si Hull i
?trnetj gradually narrows until between
P< rj nid Semine? Street? It la barely wide]
itl for wagons to pasa the ears. One j
... ? - ?? idi Into ihc street, and his here
. interrupted an Improvements. The.
witter mains have been laid on the sdutil
slilv .-; Die street, making It necoraary to ?
hi; the gas main on the north side tte
i .in?- of the abutting property this will be i
Impossible. Should the city condemn the '
i>rop>rt> the street can bo widened, and
will! be one of the iiio*t u*eful thoroughfares !
on thi rlAUthslde. Beside* th<- Porest Hill car j
II is tile moit dire. i route for nuiomo
o. ? and ???.lor vehicles going to the park.
Middle nutr'i i Association.
Beginning nils morning the Middle Dl*.
trie. Association will meet for a three-day '
? i at Motihl Morlj.ii Church. Pownafan
county. The association Is composed of
il. Itsptlal . a a relies of South Richmond
mill ' ticsterflold, Powhstan und Amelia
counties. It holda an onnua1 conference .<t
.hi. out set tkoia of the district.
Motl '.mir J. <;. Lovina ?Iii preside brer
i!.. . wfurenceb. Annum those who will ad
dr< It tlie meeting oh the opening day nr>,
Di. i. It. Bagby. ttcV. J. T. Haley, II. W.
.I. ttov. Ira D. B. Knight; Wir.fr.-:
Cliennius. Rev. J. W Reynolds, Joseph
PtdliT, Rev. I. X I.otlln nnd It*v. D. ?...
I.iui aster. The (lelegnliia will he boused
among itii people residing in the vicinity I
of He' church, l.inielieoii w|,l be served '
on (lie lawn euch day.
Buys large Lot.
Another larpe deal in Southstdc realtV.was
cloned yesterday when the Continent..!
Henler and Radiator Company purchased .
fron: Themas J. Talhntt. 123 feet uf prop. ,
er'v. fronting on the north line <>; Hull
Rtreel bctiveen Klfth ami sixth. Thb price I
ws i imeii ai *i* and other valuable 6-?h
l sea \bti*lve 1 uittiitngr.
Because he refused 10 leave the Third '
Station slier ipplying abusive language to
everybody la a?hr. Hussen Parmer. twenty
I'm lears old. was placed under arrest
yMttrday afternoon, charged with disorder
Iv Conduct. Former was under the Inrhi
enco Of liquor He Walked Inio the atatlnn
nnd beean to rail at the entire police fore
\:-.r being lockert In a cell he kept up his
line of alronT talk for several hours.
CrspshOnters. large nnd small black nut
white, numbering tie magic eleven, yester?
day' in l'olle? renn, parti "pulled" a
seven nut of their Jeens to pay tinea of S*
.I o."i ? ach. Justice II. A. Muurlce had
plenty of 'mi nut of the situation, even
moro than the bone artists hnd out
of the same And ho waj the largest win?
Fating Thieve* skinned.
Klghl youngster! lifted up their volrrs
and Wept tn concert yeaterday morning
when t;-.. :r reap, ilv< parent*, by or'!?r u!
Justlc, Mim1 ? innurd their Itldei. The
- ???!?? . .,:-,- <! v..:!. dlniul.'-rlv tondUC).
They trrt [irrealen1 Saturday afternoon
?f?r entering a store-room of the South?
ern Bell Telephone t'umpany nnd stealing
a large quantity <>f br.?.?? i>?d cupper win
The charge <?< breaking nnd entering m i?
hi ,,!. ?,.. 1 t,y the Company,
Garber As ihi Arrested.
Leslie dnrbrr, who haa b,*en irrrsi, ;
mura than nny two men on the Hputhilde
find who ?livav* manages to get off with ,i
warnlnK, la rigain In the toils, he wus ur
re.-n ii yesterday afternoon charged In :i
warrant ?Ith the Hhcfl ni .1 k.< of nails,
the property of t J. Smith company (Inc.?,
who are c?nt'triictii,? the new Mnyii Bridge
Onrher on Iii? mi *pi i-anee at the Thud
station waa found iu have an even dox^n
? Bps bidden In his pockets, lie ?ns at tha-.
I Inn bIVi 11 ito understand that he tvou d
be rent t<. the ro.Kla on his next npiuar
nhe.e In I'ollee Court, l'nrt I.
Iii,-* While flailing.
While on n \ -it la relative?, Mr?. Carrie
Cottrell, Ol IVns Inf >n. tvlfi ?f joieph Cot
troll died Uunda? afternoon at ,l,d real
?? , ..: ii. A. XiinnBlly, of Woodland
Heights. She leaves beside* *trr huabnrid,
t'.hlldren-Oraei Helen und Dorla Cot'
troll. She I" slsio survived by ono ala'er,
?r?. I'.. A Nunnall.v and three brother*,
1 r.-.|. Il. r.1.1 i i.l' laude 1 ?',,-,!,.
Th< funeral will .? hold thl* morning at
Girc* Instant Kr'i.t iod Ut- tlly oir.-a
COUT. RHEUMATISM, RHEUMATIC
GOUT. SOA1ICA. LUMDAGO
Stops all piln In thi he:d, f;co ind limos
At ?!! Dr. sra:>. <?< (win bo!.- Agenti
F- FO?GERA A. CO.. Inc.. N. Y.
:: o'clock from Mr. Xuhnatly'i home. Ttw 1
burial will bf in Muury <'? imetery. 1
Funeral ol Mr*. Phillip*.
Tii* funeral of Mr*. Frank K. Phillip* was
held yesterday afternoon at ?* o'clock from
the home, !:."? Perry Street. The burial wa*
la Maury Cemetery. Mr* Prtillr-s wa*
thlrty-i|ght year* old. she Ii survived by
her husband and three ?mall chrlldren. Her
dcjth /rcurrcd Saturday afternoon at 0::.o
Mixes Edna and Mary Wllker?on are
spending the ive'ck at Ocean Vi...\.
Mis* Katlurlnu m.\afc?, who has hecn nt
tett ling the d?mmer School at llarrlson
hurg. is spending a few days with Mls?Cleva
'.turning to her home on the
Mr. and Mis Trank 1? T.utz and son.
Mark, left yesterday foi a ..sit to relative*
Misses Agnes IS. and Silence l.sPradc, of
Motley Junction have returned from Ilia
,. liarrlsui.buri/. hud are
:: a :? ? days ,.i the ?nc uf u. F.
.Mrs a .i Liaffron ha* returned 'rem .,
short visit to West Toint.
IN POLICE COURT
Developments in tin Police Court
yesterday morning showed that games
01 "skin'' nnd "craps'* flotnished on
Sunday, and the: the Coin. Depart?
ment ?as activ? accordingly. Justl ?>
<"; uichtioid. in every case, Imposed a
Inn- bf *'?Q, with security 6t fjl?O for
ninety d..y . on the proprietors, and
those who played paid ?>?? tin- privi?
lege. All Ho offenders wer.) colored.
Iltlgli WorUiiuin, No ih Thirty-fourth
Strebt, and Henry Tin.in,is. of 711
Ni l lb Fourth Str. et. MgUred as the
"I .. her ups." In Workman's place
.-. v. nte n players were untight and six?
teen duel. Willie Williams escaped
npil ih attachment was Is tied for him.
??Skip" Qrtrhcti nnil George! Brown, whd
played against Til tuns, failed to show;
up in court, and will tie served With
tittnehments. S!\ other.-' were lined at
that place-, .lohn Hull Mali. Airioli
Br'ght, William Knlghl nnd Hint
I'naup weie caught in a friendly game
In tii.- rear of an Hast Grace str .1
Attachmchta were issued r<.r 11,1.1 and
Phaup; Bright Wits fined, and Knight's
tnsd continued to VVodnesday morning.)
.1 M. WatKlns, a while man. was
fined JJ3 and placed under security of
$100 for ninety days on the charge of,
b< lug dlsordeily and resisting p. it-,--,
man A B, Mcfloo In Jefferson Park. 1
April Ilo'erli-on, coin, el, was cnt
to jail for thlrlj days for stealing a!
pie,-,- of meat.
Willie While was titled 510 1 and pill
tinder security of,$100 for one ve.tr f ir!
carrying cohc.rnlirid weapons.
Adelaide Parke:, chargiyl v. Ith n
gatlttlng II. nrv Davis was sent on to
the grand Jur'.
Disposes of Duties in Washing?
ton?Is Confident of His
Footloosi tor the remainder ? >( the
campaign. Congressman John l.aini,
returned to the city from Washington
yesterday aftern?on. His agricultural
appropriation hill, th.- work of the
eommlltee ?<( which he In rljulrmnn,
has l>c??n agreed upon In cc??.ference,
arid la rciidy for passage. When li
rumi s up for final uc.tlon In the House
Captain ?imb will be notified, uno will
return to Washington. Ho bolioves its
disposition will be n matter of only
:i!i IlOUl "i- two.
He mode no speech Inn night, hut
put In riomo ilmo at hla headquarters
at Murphy's 11<>tI. He will make s- v
eriil addresses in the city this week,
and will speak at West Point Friday
night; Ho uddressed tt-e citizens of
lienvcr Dam. Hanover county, ,'tnturday
ni-tli!. nnd was well satisfied with his
it makes no difference what |he
other people elalto," sold Captain l,emi>
yef.nerduy, "l aril fcnirm t" win by a
[large majority, l shall carry the city
of itlehiriond, und I win got substnhtldl
majorities in every count) in tho dis?
Gloucester. V.l., August ?.?The relentless
sen roll for the assailant of Mi>? Klla
Miller, of MstheWi' rountv, eon!liiue,| ill!
day. The authorities are silent us to their
movement? in trying to trap the criminal,
d'e Idlni doubtless, 'that 'or him to be fore
Warned will cause hint to no forearmed, but
It |i believed plan? have be,?!> made where?
by th, criminal will bo soon brought to bay
it Is known that two iniin are under ans
ptClon, and Ihti presumption Is stronger
than ever that the erlm> wna eommltted by
the .-.ime man who attacked MIm Miller
Irtai fall, The fafcl Ihitt Miss Miller told
thai (ho man had reminded her thai ho,
had rormorly threatened to km her if she
told, and that now he meant ?.0 carry out
his threat, proves it to bo tho same man,
it m said that tin- man ednno! poiilbly
?scape from Mathews county, a* all out
lets have been too well fjunrdej. 'Pit. fact
that the crime u.is - ? quickly kno<\n and
the c.xperlenca of iasi i.far'j search. enab)?d
the people to mnkn their movement* more
qnlckiy and effectively. The geographical
situation of Maihewi county I? such that It
is comparatively easy to head .iff an . ? ipa
to Gloucester, the only land outlet, whll
the rlv< rs ar<- too well watched for a boat
to got off unseen. Therefore the criminal
mmt (till be m Mathewi county.
The feeling In Mathewa continues tense,
ami the worst Is feared when the man Is
captured. The reward ottered by Governor
Mann has been n source of gratification to
the people of the county.
Norfolk & Western Ry.
vnd nil Stations between
Roanoke and Bristol
Leaves Richmond 11 A. M.
Returns August nt.
Round Trip Fares
Ranging From $2 to $5
Special train ? through coaches?be?
tween Richmond and Roanoke, con
iiecttnir tn both directions with rogU
i..r i: tin between Roanoke and Hm
sinn i rip to li ii \y.
Oh August ll tbe Norfolk and West
ern Railway; will run a special excur?
sion from f?ynchburg and itoanoks to
Natural rilridg?, and I.uray. returning
?ame day Kate, round trip from Hoa
i nolle to NAttrTal 11 rid go. TSc, and to
I Kuli s tip lllle and information tony
l$o had at N ft NV, otllee, at Ninth anrl
C " rohi.by.
gtrltfl Pnaaanger Agent