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Weather Stormy Periods, Though
Much Doctoring Necessary
Weathering a stormy and not by
any moans proll table season, the Vir
Kinia League will close Hm Operation?
for tho prevent year to-night. Starting
us an elghl-cluh league, the season had
not advanced very far before tho In?
expediency of this move Ucchine a|i
parent. Lyuchburg and Danville, with
losing clubs, nnd with gradually de?
pleting treasuries dropped out, ami the
Organization reduced to six clubs.
These six finished, though Newport
News required considerable financial
oxygen to keep that club alive. From
a purely playing standpoint the lean l<
Improved wonderfully ?vef last sea?
son. Until a lew short days ai?o there
wer,. f,,ur uf the hIx clubs with a
sonahlc chance to win Not until this
Week Was Klehniond put out of tile
rtinning, and avon now Petersburg and
Roanoke will light It out tor tlrst place
In the lagt two Kam.? of tin- cham?
pionship season. The p'iblle could ask
little more than this. Under all of
thehe eircumHtance?; the Virginia
League In 1912 cannot he called a non
(Continued from Sixth P.-iko.)
ed 0 to :: when Zimue rman faced Mm In
the nnal round Hein? reached lirtt on a
ground*! and and >;< Mint-. s?i. ( itn ,. ;,,.d a
ainnie and nim reached tiiir.i; then he
promptly atolc home, and In the ensulnR .
fusion salei n iuhed lh< three-quarter pole.
Ever* poled a double nr.d tied Ihe count A
He?le by Cottei won the (tame. Roth
fromme and Itlchle played looie ball. Score:
AH Ii H O A AI3 It H O A
J1rs-:h?r. If. 6 I 2 1 ': Sheck 4. if 6 1 2 S 0
Marsans, cf 4 I 1 2 0.Schulte, rf 4 0 0 / 0
Bev old. lb 4 l i 11 g Tinker; as 4 1 1 2 4
Mitchell, rf : 0 : 1 OZlm'au. :b 4 1 1 1 a
Phelan, 2b. .112 1 1 Saler. lb... 4 I 1 > I
Grant, ia... 3 0 0 2 t Evert. 2b.. 3 2 10 4
Egan. 2b... 4 o 2 l iwillla'e, cr a o l a o
M I.ean, c. 4 0 I 7 1 f'o:ter. e... 1 0 1 4 1
Frommt, p 4 C 0 o 4 Richie, p.. 2 0 0 1 0
Totale ...33 C 10 77 '.j Totale ..'.2 C tri:.
Seore by Innlnst: It
Chlraro .1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3- ?
Cincinnati .1 Ml 1 ?H i1
Summary: Twi-baa* hits?Hheckard, Egen, I
Phelan. Evera. Thfee'-baae hlte? Tinker and
p.... He, Be rifle. its Wi Ham. C ??? -. !
Richie, Bevemld. Mitchell (21. Grant. Ktol
? t; bales-Mitchell. Phelan. Double p ays--I
Grant to SeveroM; Tinker to eal.r. l
base on balls-Off Fromme. 2; off Richie, 2
Struck out ?fly Fromme. 7. by Richie, 2
Tithe of game, ; hours Empires, Hrcnnaii |
HOME RUN WINS
fie ,?ft field
AU I'. II O A I
I r.l'auh'rl. lb I ?)
5 0 Wheat. If I 1
0 5 lit . ?
1 0 2 Fisher,
0 3 0 Cr'.vir.,
elly, p. 0 0 0 "0
iser ... : I 1
tali T 3 24 S Total? : 9 77 11
ere ty Inning?: R.
Off Curtis, 2; off Perdue, 1 Struck
?. fdu'i . " Hit by PIP : ? i Ry Cur
cDonald. Bwaeney). Tim. of game,'
iplr<s. Flrlneran and Rlgler. At
ti'.'iilnui?"Mutt A .It-fT." matinee and
night, Honda) nicht???Polly of the
I I renn."
Illloii?''Seven Daya," matinee nnd
nluiit. Ne\i week?'The '1'ravellag
< olonlnl ? \ nudevllle.
l .ruplr.? \ nudevllle.
Tin- I.Mile Thentn?Pictures.
Not Hlgh-Drowcd, inn Laughable.
Preceded by national fame and sur-|
rounded by the aura of local love,
Messrs. A. Mutt and Othello Mont?
gomery Jefferson, familiarly known to
their hordes of admirers as "Mutt &.
doff." opened their second ^engagement
at the Academy of Music last night
before an audience that packed the1
hnPony nnd gallery and well-nigh
tilled tho orchestra with liquefying,
laughing men and women, who. despite
the lntent-e heat, shouted and shook
?with merriment at the sheer silliness
of the two best known characters In
Speaking literally, there is nothing
to It?It Is all nonsense?but, speaking
in the Slang of the day as well, ''there
is nothing to It." which, in Ihe same
fleeting ton gate, means that "you can't
beat it." In other words, this musi?
cal comedy ground out from the ear
for artist and muiic lover jlike?the
Universally recognized the world over
as the d mtnating |>iano in ihe musical
Its superb tone qualities, it - individu?
ality '.it design and it ? perfect construction
have placed the StcitiwaV fofetnosi as the
choice of artist and music lover .iliki .
Send for nur Tree Catalogue ol
Stctnways and other high-grade
Walter D. Moses
103 LMit Broad Street.
Oldest Music Mouse in Virginia and
?rinraiaar^tiiiijjiiiiii'i 11 m in wiarummw ??
toon of "Bud'' Fisher accomplishes its
pin [iose, In that It draws gait's Of
whole-hearted laughter and, Incident?
ally, many tall nt.s of xold and of silver
for th?>s<- responsible for its ?roatldii
Only one member of last season's
cast Is With this cdmpuny?Chad Hu
ber, who was, ami is, the "Curtoy''?
and he ts about the cleverest of the
lob Mutt und Jeff are funny because,
thanks to Fisher, their prototypes ure,
and not bccuuSe of their own ability
:i? laugh-winners, and the remaining
members of the east are mediocre, that
its, the best of them are?the worst
I are very bad. Indeed.
The costumes of the women are ap?
parently new and really beautiful,
while the skilful handling of the
lights produces several Striking ef?
fects, paTtl'-jl:?*i? durlnR the nurii
1 her, "The Tale of the Mermaid,"
which Is well presented by Miss Hazel
Tupper and the twelve girls of tho
chorus. Although not sufficiently ap?
preciated to have his name on the
program, the musical director deserves
mui h praise, for not only has lie
trained his uhtalented men mid wo?
men to sing ?f least with good volume
Und accuracy, but he Is able to ac?
complish on the piano more than a
little of the effects wrought in ? ver'y .
tiny orchestra by the drums and
traps, Kvon the picture shows have ;
a drummer, hut the Academy has;
been without one since the opening
of the season, a deficiency especially
glaring during 'he engagement of a
Altogether, "Mutt and .leff" is fari
from being un exponent of the high-1
browed, cither In music or drama, buti
It certainly makes an audience laugh. |
W Doulgaa Oordon.
MONEY FOR MOTHER
I und Started lo fend Her Hark lo Her Home
In r*?pnnif to an nppeal for aid ir. lend?
ing a young mother and h?r two children
|'>''< to her former home In Australia, a. i
: unber ' c ntrtbutlonj In varying amounts'
:.?\? I'.rn sent In. The amount required Is j
' ? ihuutd she be able to reach Sydney.'
New South Ws!e?. her brother In Australia!
Will he abl? to prnvld? for her thereafter;
lie U not, howeter, In a petition to pay for
hl c lo irney to t*iat aoln:
Tho mother la In the preliminary stages1
of tuberculosis, and should she remuln in,
this luntry It would be fsts: to her life
Her <>>i:dren would then become without!
protection and become public charges Bhe
herself is opposed to app.ain.K for help,
even now., ar.d confute.1 cn'y after she had
been convinced Itiat !t trti th? onl? nay to
benefit herself end her children The case
?- vouched for the Visiting N ira's a:ii levi
?m: physicians. Contributions win t.e t. .
celved by The l*tmea-Dlspatch and Seknowl-I
trp to date the following suma have been
transmitted to this offire.
K 8 W.|!M!
E. D. A. :?? i
TO WELCOME PASTOR
fir t\ll?ou Arriies to IW-kui Venice at One e
The congregation of <ince Street BaptlM 1
Church, which has for more tt .n a :-.ar
be?n without a pioor, mil attend n sorvlco]
to-morrow mornlnc, conducted by Rev,
Lloyd T. Wilson. I) !>.. the new pa.tor. who
com.? to this city from Newport News. I?r.
Wilson aueeeedl Rev; ?avld M. Ramsay, who
resigned his work here to accept t;..- presi?
dency of Cireonvllle F?ma> College. Green?
ville, s (?
The new pastor arrived in Richmond yes
lerdsy nl'?rnion and was met at the station
by a committee from <;r*<e Street Church,
He will conduct th- rcgulai Sunday morning
service at 11 o'clock to morrow. Ills congre?
gation has arranged a welcome service for
to-morrow afternoon at t o'clock, In which
se-.ersl of the city pastors will take p.irt.
Among the speakers at the welcome meet
I IliK will be Hev. W C. .lam-s. I> 1> . pastor
idf the (irove Avenue Baptist Church; Dr.
I". W DoatWrlght, president of Richmond
College; Rev. F. T. McFsden, pastor of the
First Presbyterian Church; Rev. Rylanil
Knight. l>- I'.. pastor of tlie Calvary Baptist
. ChUrch, and Rev, TV, I.. Rail, pastor of the
rabernaeii Baptlai Church. i>r. Wilson will
, respond lo the welcoming address at the
I clOSO of the service.
_Special Counsel in Graff Probe
Emnrr H. Murknrr 1? (joint: to net r i ,(?>?? n month to nilrluc f ur aldrrmanlp
committee appointed to InTretlifote the ttrnft altuatlon In ?tt York. Tbl*
nraa special!) posed nftrr Mr, Ilurkntr hrnrd that he ttik uoliirr tn land the
thousand and hare three nealatunta to help him.
(Copyright, American Presi An'n.)
GOOBERS IN GLOOM
AS TIGERS CAPTURE
SECOND OF SERIES
they i.U into ? ;isy outs With liiert Oil
bases and spoil..1 tho opportunity. In
the first live innings there were seven
men i?-j(t stranded on the hassocks,
which partly explains tho defeat, it
was tlue not so much to the strong
?ittiek of the visitors as It was to
the weak attack of the tiomefoiks.
The second count of the game and
the last came to Ro?noke In the fifth.
Newton lined to tight, was sacrificed
by doe ICneaves and Bcored on Eftrd's
clout to centre. .Sally Crelger deserv
sympathy, not censure. He struck out
seven, and with th< exception ot the
innings in which runs came across,
was absolutely airtight. it wits a
tough game lb Idsc, but it was also a
good one to win.
Th. probability Is thai Busch will
surely work liarvey Brooks back in
one of the games to-doy, while II? :u. -
peth, who has been resting several
da? may work tin other. It will be tip
to Burleson and Bert Gnrdin to win
one or both of the games for Roanoke.
Should oiii: of the games not be play
ed and the Goobers win the one which
is, then Petersburg win* if the Hosi?
ers win one. game and the second Is
tied, then the Goobers also finish in
ft place. Hut :f Roanoke wins eith?
er, the flag win go to tit. mountains.
The greatest baseball crowd ever In
Petersburg will be on hand to watch
It whichever way It goes. The score:
AB. P. H. O. A E
Mlrrlton, 2b.4 o i o 3 o
Busch. ??. 3 0 13 10
I Ulackstonc. If. ?00100
It.aushllh, c. 4 0 I T 1 0
.\ nthony, cf. 3 o i : 0 o
H l< ? ?: lb. 4 0 0 13 0 0
Hnweucll, Sb.3 0 0 0 0 0
I trlegi:. p. 3 0 1 0 6 0
1 ?iV>?nctr . i o i o o o
' IBrehnegan . 0 0 0 o o 0
.K o i gl 12 o
An R. 11. O A. E
.Jrnham. r?. 4 1110 0
Pressiey, lb. 4 o i i? o o
'.linn, cf. 4 0 0 0 0 0
I Holland. If. 3 0 1 2 0 ?
New Ion, t*. 4 114 3 0
Km nvea, ?b. 3 0 1 0 3 0
Lafltfe, c. 3 0 0 3 1 1
Totali .II : 7 37 14 1
?Batti 1 1*r Anthony In ninth
Ha-.:- l for Howedell In ninth.
The score by Inning!: R.
Petersburg .o o o o a o o o o?o
rtoanokf.10 0 1 1 0 0 0 0?2
Summary: Two-base hit?Simmons. Bscrl
fl hits?Anthony. Kneavea. Stolen bsse?
Shield!. Double plays?-Simmons to Barn<tt;
third t" Newton to Pressiey. Left on bases?
Petersburg. : Itoanoke, t. First base en
ballt-Off Kflrd, 1: off Frlcajor, !. Struck out
[?By Flirrt, 4. h) Crleger. ~. Time of iran-.'.
! SO. Umpire, Norcum.
tr. the eleventh gave CUM
iind the game. Score:
a 15 K H O a
land three ? ?ui
AB B H O
Weaver, Rath. Home run?Johnson, Sat
rlfke hlta?Cheproin, iSraney, sfattlek, I.nn
Bent. Stilen has.*--firaney. Weaver. Doubl
play? l.a.tole to .lohnson Left on ? bases
Cleveland, Chicago, ~. First base on bal
-Off Benz. 3j off Rnakette; S.; fit ruck out
By Boskette, *: by Rear, i. Hit by jilti her
Rath, Time .>f game. S;?j t'mpires, Evai
TIGERS LOSE AGAIN
Detroit. MICh., September 6?Detroit eoii'.d
r.ot hit Hamilton, but after sivlns his fourth
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Some of those goods we are now selling are
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them to your order in any style you like. They
certainly are wonderful bargains at the prices
we are asking for them now.
HALF PRICE FOR QUICK SELLING.
$20 SUITS $10
$30 SUITS $15
$40 SUITS $20
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Importers Morton C. Stout & Co. Main Street
base on boils In the eighth Inning he ?rat
taken but and Allison finished, keeping St.
I.ouls safe In the lead. Hamilton also hit
iwp batter*. Wheailey, a recruit, pitched
thd ttrsl seven innings lor Detroit. Score:
St. LouU. Detroit.
AB K 11 OA AU R If O A
shot ten. c: ? 0 2 ? OJoner, If... 4 0 o 1 0
Co'pton. If. 3 0 0 i Ot.or'don. 3b 3 10 10
Willla >, If ? 1 1 0 vctaw'd. rf. 4 0 . IS I
Pratt. 2b... 4 0 -? 1 4C*obb. cf... 3 114 0
Stpvall, lb.. ?016 lLouden. 3b 0 0 0 4 I
Austin, 3b . 4 11? IMorTty, lb 3 0 0 S 3
Wallace, as 3 1 fl 4 1 Mush. ss... 5 0 '. 3 t
Krlchell, .. 4 1 2 T JStanage, c 3 8 ?% t j
lta tlton. p. S 0 3 0 0Kocher, c. : n o 2 l
Allison, p .. l v v i IjWhe'll'y, p 3 ? 0 0 0
Cov'ton, p. o a o (> fl
?Vitt .l o o o o
tVeach ... I 0 0 0 0
I Totals ...33 ? 11 77 10 Totals ...:? 3 ?ITH
?Batted for Wheatley In seventh.
tBatted for fovlngton In ninth.
Score by innings. R.
' St. Louie.0 0 0 1 ft 0 3 ft "-I
' Detroit .0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0-2
Summary; Sacrifice fly?Louden. stolen
bjlifea?C?bb i"'. Louden, Prait. Double plays
!? Louden i" Morlarlty; Pratt to Stovalli
' Pratt to Wallace to Krlchel). Left on bases
?St. Louie. T: Detroit, 9 Hlts-off Wheailey,
lift In 7 Inning*: off Covlngton. 1 In 2 Innings;
? ?:: IV>nilll ?:.. S In ? 1-5 innings,; Kim base
oil balii 6fl Hamilton: 6: off VVheatley. t.
Struck out?Bj Hamilton, ;.; by VVheatley. 2;
bj Covlngton, 1. Hit by pitcher?By Hamil
tOn, .. by VVheatley, 1 Time of same, !:15,
.U'Loughlln null Westervelt.
ATHLETICS TRIM YANKEES
j New York. September f.?Rome ahar;.
drives la the ninth Inning gave the Athle
I ties tiK- verdict out the Yankees to-day, 4
to 2. Crabb, although hit hnrder, was ?tend?
ier than MCConnell. Uaker and Lellvelt
pulled down three hit* apiece. Score:
Neu Vorl.. Philadelphia.
AB H 11 ll A AB it '11 O A
M'.MIl'n. se 3 1 1 2 1 Murphy, rf 4 0 0 u 1
I'hn.te. lb..'. 4 0 1 10 IMag'erl, If 4 0 0 1 0
Daniels. If. f> 0 I 2 OColllns. 2h. 3 1 1 f. 5
Pad'ock, 3b 4 ft 2 1 2 Baker, Jb.. ?13 2 2
Lellvelt; Cf 6 1 3 2 fcM'Innls, lb 4 1 0 11 2
Sim ons. 2b. 3 0 12 I Walsh. If.. 2 10 2 0
Hartttell, rf 3 0 1 1 OParry, ss.. 2 0 2 2 2
Sweeney, ?-. 4 o l i l l.npp. r_3 o ft n 5
M'Con'll, p. i o 1 1 f|Crnbb, p... I " ft l 5
TiWaljS.-.SE C 12 27 13 Totals ...30 ? 6 27 23
Score by Inninge: ft
Phlladelplila .I ft ft ft fl ft 1 ft 2 I
New York.1 ft ft ft fl fl fl I ft-2
Summary: Two-hnse hits- Baker. Coil int.
Three-base hits?Hartzoll, Barry. Sacrifice
hit?Barry, sw.len bn?e??Collins. McMillan.
Double playar-Chaie to Simmons: Crahh to
Barry to Mclnnla; rimsr to Mef'onnel! to
? M Mllloin L. ft on baiei?Philadelphia. I;
| New York. 11. First bage on errors ? New
York. : First base on balls-Off MeConnell,
off Crabb, '.. Struck out?By Mci-onnel!,
:,; by Crabb, 1 empires, Dlneen and O'Brien
I Attendance, 4.00-y
Campes find, Norfolk. Va. Capital. $1,004
I to $15,000. M. Camp?, president: .1. L. Mitch;
vice-president; H. N. Fnnipe. secretary
and treasurer- all of Norfolk. Va. Object:
Kelt's fine). Norfolk, Va Capital. Jl.flftO
to H'.OO"! .1. .T. Kell, president: K. P.
Thnma?, vlee-prelldentl M, II, Kail, *eeretary
and treasurer?all of Ocewn View, Va. Ob?
ject: Bakery business.
Tyro Lumber and Development Corpora?
tion. Lynchburg. Capital. ?:.n.ooo to $IM,0M,
it. O. i.eftwieh. president; C. w Womack,
vlce-pr< aldeiH ; L. W Meokf, aecr.-tary?ail
of Lynrhhtirg. Va. Object; Heal cstulo and
The Colored Fashion Supplement
Will Appear Next Sunday
Every woman is interested in the
new Autumn and Winter styles.
The wealthy are able to go to Paris
for information but everyone, rich or poor
who re^rlq The Tirnes-Dispatch secures
the latest knowledge of fashions without
cost and without travel.
The Times-Dispatch brings the fash?
ions to your very door; it shows you what
to buy and where to buy.
The merchants of Richmond do the
Read the Colored Fashion Supple?
ment in next Sunday's
In the iMinor Leagues
At Providence. Providence, It; Bal?
.u Buffalo: Buffalo, 7; Toronto, 10.
At Rochester. Rochester, 9, Mon?
No other gam.g scheduled.
At Columbus. Columbus, 3; Toledo,
At Minneapolis: Minneapolis, |; Kan?
sas City, 5.
At r-t. Paul: St. raul, 6. Milwaukee,
At Indianapolis Indianapolis, 4,
At Cleveland: Cleveland, 11; linox
At Johnson City. Johnson City. 6;
At Atlanta Atlanta. 0: Nashville, 1.
At Chattanooga: Chattamjoga, S;
Mi niphls. 0.
At Birmingham: Birmingham, t?;
Mobile-New Orleans not schcd'ilcd.
SOUTH ATLANTIC LEAGUE
At Jacksonville: Jacksonville;
Columbus, ? (seven Innings; rain?
The No-Change-of?Cara Route,
NORFOLK, VIRGINIA Iii.ai II.
OCEAN VIEW, CAPE UB.MIV,
T.eave Ryrd Street Station ?S:10
A. M. and D A. M.
Leave Norfolk 4:15 P. M. and
, ?7:40 P. M.
?Throuajh Coach between Rieh?
i.i ii ml find V IrRlnlr* I'm eh.
WEEK-END RATESi Norfolk.
J3.00; Virginia Beach, $3.Hi,. On
aalo Fridays und Saturdays.
Limit Monday following.
(Continued Front .Sixth Price >
short and McComas scored, Lucia
laid a hieli cine over Blount's head,
which Kelicr threw to Braun, and
Strain was called out at the plate.
The last run of the Colts came in
the seventh Inning. Russey went out
short to III st. draff hit to third and
wetit to second on Carman's out second
to first. Burke hit to left-centre and
Graff scored. Carter was retired, p?ble
The only error of the game was mad.'
by Gorman in the fifth, when he drop?
ped Bussey's perfect throw of Blount's
A double-header this afternoon will
close the season. Th'e fi'rsi game win
be called at 2:.1ft o'clock.
S I".: Iff in. :b
' Mr. 'oniaa. as
Kc er, If...
Kir. In., tli,
Hint on. as..
Gordon, t r .
in um, c...
The score by Innings: R.
Ith hinnnd .0 a 2 0 I 1 1 0 ???3
Norfolk .1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0?1
Summary: Two-base tilts -Cordon. Strain.
Burke. Home run??.raff. Sacrifice hit
T.Ucla. Stolen baios?Carter, McComna
Double piny?Bussi \ to ?irlfflu to Carman.
Left on bases?Richmond, ?:. Norfolk. I
First base on balls?Off Russey. I; off Rodle,
S. Struck out?By Pool.-. 3. Time of game,
'1:30. Umpire. M'Numuru.
New Ort-sns. September ?'? Secretary Hes?
ter's statement of the World'? visible sup?
ply of eiitton. anr.btihci i to day, shows at.
Increase for the week Just closed of tl.OSj
boles against a decrease of Ct'.-Tl bales.
The total visible supply I? 3.119,3'.': bales
I against i.HMW list week and l.f.T0,957 last
year. Of ihls the to! il o: Amorlcan cotton
is l,2CI,332 bales against I.SI3,|S9 last week
and .st.last year, and of a|l other kinds,
Including Egypt, Brasil, Irtdlaj ete . ; - . rj
bales against 7i6,0fO last week and 73S.OPO last
Of the world's visible supply of cotton as
above, there Is now afloat and held In Clreal
Britain and Continental EUropa, Mil vo
bales against 793.000 last year; in Egypt, IV
f?).i bal.s against 37.000 last year: In India.]
4:>3.oro bales against 4070M last rear, and In
tlie United states (l!,i>lfl bales against 339.000
Dun's Trade Review.
New Vorl.. Sen#ambor ?.-11. 0. Pun ft!
Company's \\eck!> Review of Trade to-mor?
row will eny:
Continuous advance in tradO activity Is
the tenor of the reports from th.: principal
manufacturing rind distributing centres this
we.k. The advance is both in actual volume
,.f transactions and tn cetin.tencr. tint with
this advance there nr.; still certain develop?
ments, .Indicative et pasting conditions of.
depression, coupled with other develop
men IS, IndlCatlVO of present optimism. The
large number Ol August failure-, ?Hb their
I heavy aggregate of liabilities, ate a legacy
of the no*' disappearing disturbances, and
they contrast sharply with thj big August
I ai : ar|nsa, which are a development o
present activity and Juoyanoy. Clearings I
Auguat gained i.j per cent, over last veil
while during this week ?n.-y increased 10.
per cent nivr I9IJ, und 17.? ?<r cent ovrr 151
The evidence ot' these clearings Is confirm.
t?y tho current railroad uross earning:
which show a wain of <?.5 per cent over 151!
The Increased confidence in the nnancta
markets It Illustrated l>y the fact that th
August output ef new' aecurltlea und ahor
f rm notes In this country was J3:,O?,0-i
greater thnn a year apn.
There continues an unusual demand fo
Iron and steel for (his wajon nf th<- yenr.
ItuylnR In some directions has h.?<>n check
ed slightly hy the material a?vane? Ii
prices, yet th- amount of material In pro
' ;?? ' aggregates :\ heavy tonnage.
The Official Water of the American
Druggists' Syndicate. Adopted as
IT IS THE PUREST.
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The most magnificent hotel in tb?
South. European ptah, lloonv* aingn
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Spacious snmplfi roomi
Special Summer Itntca. cinb 'IrroW
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Three trains. S.3U A. M.. rj A. Nr. and
A fast, clean ride over rock ballast
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to Norfolk. Combined rail and water
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I at Ocean View until Iii) P, iL