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, 10.1 ?:. Itroad Street.
9 Oldest Music llotis" in Virginia
und North Carolina.
Hille? Helleren lluosevclt W n?. an Kx
[Special The Tlmea-l Msp?tch,]
Beverly, Mas?, September 7.?Com?
parison of Tart ar:.i government
methods as t?. government finances
v., made her* to.night in a statement
1 led by Itepubiicttn National Chair?
man Hillen, tii j.art as follows:
I-'IkMIhk at Unit I'nrk.
Will Be Taken Under Auspices
of Sunday-School Super?
SONS APPOINT DELEGATES
I'j Attend Reunion nt Pulaski.
Transfers of Kcal
Tlrnes-ldspatch Bureau. ,
b Holllngbrook Street,
Petersburg, Va., September 7.
1'Iiuin have been completed fur tak
Ing the religious census of the city
by the Executive Committee of the
?irganlxatlon of Sunday School Super?
intendents, with the various aUurclic.i
orating and assisting. Dr. Wil?
liam Pllchor Is chalrfan of the execu?
tive committee, with A. M. WoJcti
secretary of the Y. M. c. A.; Win. M.
.Martin, secretary of the Chamber "f
Commerce, und F. H. Colo as general ,
supervisor, The city has been divided
Into six sections with a captain, lieu?
tenant and secretary appointed to the I
Lrgo of each. At 2 o'c."ck on Sun
afternoon, September 2'j. the work j
oj taking the census of the white
people of the city will be commenced,
with 700 enumerators assigned to the
work?two blocks to each. The work
expected ij lie finished within two,
hours. The name, location and re?
ligious predilection Of every white
r- sldent will be taken and a full
census secured. The names of those ,
? different religious pursuaslohs wllli
b? turned over to representatives o'
theli respective denominations. The;
i ? vass will bo from house to house.|
Th< c< lored people will take their own j
Sons Vppolnl Ueleantea.
a !'. iilli Catiip, Sons of Coh(< ler
ati Veterans, last nlgiit elected trio fol
owlhg delegates to the reunion at
P iki City; P. Hi Drewry, James
p. Panks, y. I" Heath. 1 >. A. Lyon. Jr..
Wilson cole, p. m. steward. Jumes C.
Hoy, N II. Coif. T. E Atkins. Emmett
li uoy, I. P. Bird song, John p. Smith.
!? Atkinson, Henry C. Southall,
Rev K P. bandrldge, S. D. Rodgera
members, which it expects to increase
50 New Fall Styles
BLACK CAT SHOES
For Women and Men,
$1.00 Saved on Every Pair.
School Shoes; for Boys and Girls, "The Kind
A. W. Cor. 3rd and Broad.
Souvenirs for Ladies and Children With Every
Purchase, All Next Week.
Can you lay aside out o( yesterday's pay envelope? Why
ma use ii i<> start that savings account yon have been
planning. Deposit the same stun EACH WEEK results
W ill soon surprise v ou.
Regular deposits pile up amazingly, and interest at
3 per <ent helps. But start to day. To-morrow
m vcr coined.
ASSETS OVER TWO MILLION'S.
sr.w stock srIjKCTbd at Tirrc factory re. s ny ottr
MR. K. O. FTSROUSSON.
Prices the lowest, Terms to suit tho customer, ^ small cash pay?
ment and balance weekly or monthly.
Bargains In Upright Pianos, aion. ftSS, JIBO. Squares, *IB. Or'ands.
" FERGUSSON BROS.,
211 W. Broad Street.
Between Jefferson anil Madison Mann Factory Phone, Madison 21113
can lie checked, the disease over?
come, and the organs restored to a
natural, healthy action by the
prompt 1' ?? ol
!? or more than thirlv ycai - i' has
been prcscrilied f"t fl'mla'tcs and
proven it- efficiency and healing
power in checking the ravages ol
tlii- dread u i
E \( II KOK A 1*1 RI'OSl
1 Kidney und Liver Kcmedy.
2 Rheumatic Kcmedy.
t Diabetes Kcmedy.
?I - Ast lima Kcmedy.
(. IMIls Constipation, 11 iI i -
Sold by .ill Druggistt.
Write for a free sample, Ktvinj;
he imtnlier of rt ;t? ? ? i-- iircd, to
Warner's Safe Remedies Co.,
Dept. 2*5 Kot bester, N. V.
good work in collecting historical dc
and in marking historic spots.
The ni xt spots to be marked will
Fort Gregg, Li-'a Lam und Ifor't L
all near Petersburg. Detail..', accoui
<?.' the engagements at these poll
will b< secured in the interest ol h
tory. Deiegdtos to pulaakl were
strUctod to cast their ballots f >r Co
mander s. i> Podgers tor division c?
Died in llaltlmure.
letter from Witvorly states th;
Hurt, a well-known young bus
n of that pl? .-, engage 1 irt t!.<- .?
ilness. died at an early hour
ruing as the result Of accidents
.Mr. Hurt toft t ?r UaJtllnoi
UTh and his stopmothor; l*. i
6d, Jr.. went to uaitfuion t.its ri
mil f lerlc
The Democratic Co
rlddia County will m
0 ts? ori Monday, St']
ay. to app. int Judg
-jnduot the congri
Jcctlon on Septcmbei
Personal mo! Otherwise.
Peyton H. Pollard, cnshli t
'etersburg Saving aiid thi
tank, and I! Ii. Jones, cashier
National Bank, left to-da . i
Mltth.. t-> attend the annual ine? ting
of the American Bankora' Association.
li. recognition "f their falthl ii work
in ii if rocont content conducted among]
thn iSuridiiy HChools of the city by Soon
ratal'*y Walch, of th<: Y iuiik Men's
ChrlMtldn Association* a reception was
tend* ri"i the t>"vs or the MIkIi street
M. 15 S< hoot niu-ht before last at tho
churdh i.v Superintendent Ishuttt it.
Dyer. Many ??! the boys weni present;
and t'.h" occasion waa made vary on
loydbbe. Tho boyn arn s , miicli Inter- -
? si. .1 .t.'-.ut they win tn."-t n. >i Friday
night to consider 'h<- question of a per
a Petersburg boy, has been transferred
fr?nt Ii?-- L'nlted States ship I'ompcy to
ririirrient hospitals In th.. Philippines,!
has been transferred to tho Asiatic
Squadron oh th<- United .^-'t..t.s ship
turned fmin Rawtcy Springs, wh<i ??
Mrs. .t. W. Bradbury and family, who j
spent tho stummer dl Staple hi.ad- Inn,
Pulaskl. hi'v" returnod t. the city. !
<;. N" .It mi's and daughter, Miss
Katherlne, left yesterday on a trip'
to Niagara Kalla and Canada.
Itoad impirovemont in Prince George
County! la progressing, State High- ',
way Commilsloner St. Julian Wilson
has completed three miles of the
Stage Road, beginning at a point three
miles from Petersburg and running to
the courthouse. The county authorl- I
this have it ut In no,,.: order the'
balance ?f tlie roads to and beyond
M: and MrH. Wlhfield Scott, of New j
York, are visiting their parents, Mr,
and Mrs. IHtrnrave. on Shephanl 1
Prank Mills, allaa Prank Miles, un
<!.?- arrest on ch?rgi s of alleged ?
bigamy, robberjy of railroad car* arid
Of being a fugitive from justice, was:
tod k1< k to be brought from the lall
to the police court this nicimlnB fori
Tranafrra of Itenl Batate.
The following ileeils of bargain and j
aalc were admitted to record during
? . ? .
Charles W. Curtice and wlfo, to!
Thomas J, Marvel!, lot on High Street.!
Samuel A', Gtgs<>n and wlfo; to An?
drew Sinclair, lot on Hawk Street.
Pen ton I- NebUctt. to Petersburg
Investment Corporation, lot corner
Plunk Komi and Hlittesbh Street.
Cl arles 12. Pluantner, trustee, to
(Combined Realty ar.d Investment Cor?
poration, lot B?lling Brook Street.
Boiling W. Starke.- and William A.
f Starke'a heirs, pn rtltlon deed, for
ty-soven lots In Petersburg and Prince
George Cdurity, estute of Marth*. A.
John Worsham ar#Ji wife, to Henry'
;.. lun sod Gertrudd Wade. Wilcox
William A. Worth, trustee, to I.en
!, n blett, 101 cdrner Plank Road
and Pitti son Street.
News of South Richmond
Trylrfc t0 snntcn
the corner of ?i*th ?!, r<ir- -. T?
child, runr.lng from boti?ld I l?rBo
house, 41<1 ??>? th? aDnroaehlna- V ie?i
mull too late. Mr- etood directly In 1??loath"
Ing to upoernjors. threw on hti emers'jnek
<? ?? Nut befon >:, bi ild bring;' the auto*
die to a atop Mr... T.'. !lyn re ?? Into t he!
street; and, just as she had th. hoy tn her
arms wan hit.
10 fortunately fell clear of ;h? wheels,
was dar.e.5 by th? shock, n- F O
Hill, who was nearby, was summoned an 1
gave hT ru'-li-l! ?.- . . ;r". .','.,. I
cut In aevoral roac?? and her bodv was
?Iderably i; ulsed T ? ? .;' wu able to
walk away without assistance
^" Nephews Were Kidnapped.
That her brother-in-law Orayson Phlnrrs
colored, had boldly kid ? ?' ',
nephews, was th* story told vest er dar tu
the gouthsld. jio.'.i'r i.y'N. Johnson co'
ored A warrant charging thd -nan ivltn 'he
ofT.nte w'aa sw,>.-n out before 'Squire I, H
According; to the women, PMpps came to
her hoes.. at no vtVr Fifteenth Street art
enticed the twn bo>a. one an-i the other
tight years old, away, H* also attempted
to carry off a larger sir!, but was prevented
by hot" eric*. Ho la ?all to have (rone to
Brunswick with the ihltdren, and .Velde
departed for that place last night with th*
trrentrd for Vssanll*
T. J. Jcnnlnc? ?ras arrested yesterday
morning on * charge of assault and batter)
preferri I bj Thomas W. Kay He wna latei
bailed for spjii ar nice before Justice H A.
Maurlc.- to-morrow morning In Poll c Court
The attack, ar^nrdlrrsr to Kay was unprn
vnked. He alleges that he was standing
peacefully on the corn.-: of Eighth and Hull
Streets when Jennings cr..?v ,! the stroei
and bi(nn to beat and kick him. Another
wion of the affair is that Jennings re?
quested Kay to pay Me house rent, an t upon
the latter'* refusal trhd to lake It out of
Muaonlc chapter Elects Officers.
At the etat'd convocation of Manchester
Koyal Arch Chanter. No i?. Royal And
Masons, held In the Maaonlo Temple Frida/
evening, the following officer! w r- elected
for the ensuing year: .1. W, Johnson, most
emtnont high priest; W, W Friend, hin.-.
U T. licit, icrlbi ; A. I. Sampson, treas?
urer; O W. Jewctt, secretary; M . ?. Man
?ell. captain of host: W. J. Jone?, prlncli.aj
sojournrr; C. T. Wllmdth, royal arch enp
laln; O. W. Smart, graiid master of the
third voll; S It. Hnguoi cram: mast-r r.r
the second v,i!!; B. K, Unten prattd master
of the first veil: J. O Saunders. steward;
J. A Williamson, Itter: It v. .1 T Haley.
J. W. Klncheloe, T C. Whltehurst, Asa
Brfscol: and T 11 Fl?hor. chaplains.
Recreation Itooiils for ( armen.
With a splendid equipment of modern ap?
pliances and conveniences, s Young Men's
Christian Association brnnch and gymna?
sium was yesterday thrdwii open to the
employee of the Virginia Hallway and Power
Compnhy of the Snuthslde Mr.es The new
I quarters an- located I? th company's let
mlr.al building at Seventh are! Perry S'wts
The membership of (hi organization Is
? large, and the r.<iv plant wtll prove an ex?
cellent resting place for tho men while off
?Moclnflon t<> Meet.
For th< tlr?t tlmd In I wo years the Paptlst
I Sunday-School Vssoclstlon of Richmond arid
vicinity wlU meet In a South Richmond
church. The nif.uir.g will be held this after?
noon nt S:30 o'clock In the Balnlirldge Street
Baptist Church. Charlc? A WatklnS, of
South Rlehmrind. presldenl of the sssocla
Hon. will preside. T.> make the occasion
an enjoynhm otic to the visitors the chil?
dren of the Sunday school will render a fine
program, upon whloh they have spent sev?
eral w.ek.' pr< pa ration.
Prop. i I.? I nuisfer,
Testcrday, according lo ?> deed of boranli.
nn.l sale entered for r-'nr.i In the office
of Clerk Walter R DilVnl of the Hastings
Court, Fart If;, John ' rostlc and Etta
v. ''handler transforred to tho l.'rilon Bei li?
ttles and Reaitv Corporafjoti a piece of
property fronting thlrtyrtwo fool oh H?ll1
street between Mnoteenth and Pwentleth,
The consldenttlon was pined ai 13,08?.
To (.!>.? npelsion To Day.
His final decision In regard lo accepting
n can from th, West I5nd Presbyterian
Church, of Rosnoke, will ho made this morn
I lug by the Rev. J. J. Flu. pastor of the For
tur street Presbyterian Churoh.
Mr. FIT niled the pulpit at the Roanok?
church for several ?.ks this summer, and
It was while thern the f?ll was made. He
hue hnd charge of the ."oi?h ftl. hmond
I church for ten n*r?, aod ba* endsarod hint
m the rnn?rr'-rat!?r. Friends of ?I!
r.lnnt'.ons have called upon him and
; film to r*'..iln his pneaeni charge.
At South-hlc Churches.
!nr n? hi* ibemn "Ho\i Shall I Vote In
mine Election?" the Rev. Henry C.
?? - will t< -night In tho rv-nira! Motho
dwel -il'r?n sev.-nil 6f tit" Issues
?im? to the In Tuesday s pn
. Mr. Ph.-lfTrr will also preach at the
Decatar r.d-vards, who was ra?
il to fill tti? pulpit, at the Clop
street Hapilat Church; f-:i? .mss.,ro. will
ict his ftrett services then) to-day. Mr.
irds will move his famlls to this city
e t:< nr future, and will pfobably make
iptbe la Woodland llftthtv
:? larlna freeman will occupy the pul
kton Street net of!-: f'hurch
rnlng He recently supplied at the
? i Street Baptlat ? ?"risirth during the
ic i r the pastor. Rev. J. \IA Durham
t, W. C. S'a.e. of tho tVrat hcrford
i ?? Cl un will discuss t|ie following
>it to-day. Morning ?er\lc<> 11 o'clock.
Istlnn Education"; evening1 service, %
? "What God Math Joint*! Together
Not Man Put Asunder."
Heath of Mr?. Hob eckt
a Anna Q. H-beck. wife of A. O. Ho
Tuberculosis Median v.
Saved This Man *s Life
Pmumonta u a ?erlou? disease, and of?
ten lavs the foundation for chrailc lung
ira a . - imollmea Tuberculosis reau'.ta.
After I'neumonia. or any aerlou? ?r alub
born coM. It Is ?Ii? to <ake EcknSMl'? Al
t alive and avoid the wuugera of unease.
Head of the recovery In this case:
zl<i No. 41s: St., l'hila.. I'a.
"Gentlemen: 1 was Bufferin* fror.? a very
a< nous abscessed lung, which followed a
bod attack ol pneumonia. My rCiyuletan
a:.U specialist declared my case H?pulcsa.
1 am vurv thunkful to you and the Al?
mighty God for the chnng- of heal Ui your
medicine has brought me.
?'1 also "Is!: sn\ tr.at I havei fully
recovered my health, having been cured
Joi ...er three year*."
(S gi d affidavit) THOS r.TMU.T.
Kckmnn's Alterative Is effective tn Jlron
cllltis, Aathtna, Hay Fever. Throat and
laihl Trouhlef, and In upbuilding the.s>s
tiin t)o..s not contain poisons. op.\itea
or h.tblt-forming druga. For s.ile by O f'M
a. Minor Dnlg Co and other leading drug
glrts. Ask fer booklet t.-lilng of reriiv;
er lea. and write to Eckman Laboratory,
rhlla., Pa., for ad.'.itioagi evidence.
>aine Quality Kvorj
11 RITY ICE CREAM CORP.
Can Cancer Be Cured?
The record of |lie Kellam Hospital la
without parallel In history, iiavintt
oured to atay cured permanently, with
out the u; e of the knife or X-ray, over
?Ju per cent, .-f tho many hundreds of
Bilffcrera from cancer which I* hna
treated during the pant fifteen yiara.
We have been endorsed 1>> thu Senate
an.i Legislature of Virginia. Wo guar?
antee our curea.
Physicians treated free.
1617 Weal Main Street,
KICn.MO.M). - Vlf:i.t>.A.
FOR SALE, 6S SI I ARES (PAR VALUE
Capital Stock Pneumatic
Conduit Treader Co., Inc.
Will sell rhenp for rash: submit offer
in hr>i communication, P. 0? Hex Jo,
Another Monday Special That Is a Hummer
and will </<i like
in rich; bright ?
On dis play
wildfire 200 REVERSIBLE SMYRNA RUGS, rill 30x60-inch si/.o, ail
oloringts. II? sure to get ono at .
in our window.
Beat a i
wsSBrw^^-' .?">! m v v
IM imt&. ?. ? ffotm m
jDeaA C,\ iti y :
Of eouAJf, y a u absolutely ?n u J ? hax/e a nice
jSu/l/o.'t, -so y o \i can cnii/liulu o o m ?> a 71 y . /3 u ?
a)7 Leliefe Lit tiavimj a nice fiaALoA foA yo-ur
Oil and Coal
time a n cl if\a? i/ie
own fa\t\Lly all
should msc it.
Ch i .6 d /i < ?i aAe intlxtencecl jo mucA Ay theiA
?J u A/lo u n?-l i n a .5, and the 1/eAt u/ay ?o ke.cfj the.
l>o\fA a? I'lOmC n/<i/i?.S. arid o*u ? oy? Tn.LAch.Lef, La
?o rn a A. e A a m?" aU.'iuciiur ?n cl ha fifty foA them,
of wait iVi '.my A to Ae. \i/Lih lllamie on ye Ate Ad ay.
o7/ic rfo icxri a? .Jay 7n ^ a?orf id thatoJ haue Ire. en
dealing i/>'i?,i </? o vi n ? Acer - ih eA t a n d (? CheAAy
Jo ? o n a ? rtaa ? ri/ aimo^ feel a/ own a ? a A ? of it.
07 he. clcAkt. a At A o nice and accommodating
and a Iwa y\A Ao ylad to A how y o vi abound, fi/cn
wheiheA y o-,j wLAh to l/u y oA no?. c7hey Ahowed
me theiA new fall line of (Pa Alo A SuitA and
(/iuaA and :the_y ate f>eAfect t>eauiieA and Ao
JDeaA oAd John la aoina to a ix/e me a new
(PaAloA rTxjii, and haxse Aelecie d a Lcautv foA
$3!i.OO, whicii theu haue laid aAidc.
ai/e.n '? we the LeAt and mo,i? indxilaent
/3\i? ?A?y like to A<ee the. home look a??/iuc
?ii/e. Cornel aAound tomoAAow.
?J oxiA chxim,
Rountree-Sutherland- Cherry Corp.
111-113-115 West Broad Street
Just the Trunk for the Boy or Girl
to take off to school. Our $5.00 SDPECIAL, canvas covered, iron bottom, brass trimmed, cow?
hide straps and Excelsior look?a dandy for the price.
beck. dte.J yesterday morning at 8;30 o'clock
ai Tine Camp nfter a long Illness. Her body
was brought to the home of her sister.
Mrs. John H. Tail*)-, of fourth and Decatur
Streets. for the funeral service*.
Mr*. Hobeck was flfty-flvi. year* old. She
leaves besides her husband, several chil?
dren. She 1? also survived by two brothers
and four sister*.
The funeral will be held this a'tornoon
at 0:30 o'clock from the West End Metho?
dist chusch The service* will he conducted
by the lie v. Charles Tlnslov Thrift. The
burial will he in Maury Cemetery
.Aged Woman Die?.
Mrs. Mary A Heath, aged eighth-two
year*, died yesterday afternoon at the honn
or her daughter, Mrs. A. F. Holt. :oi Mast
The funeral will he held this afternoon at
1 o'clock from the Decatur Street Metho?
dist Church The ?ervlce? will be conduct?
ed by th.- Rev. CJ F Forrester. Tho Inter?
ment will be In Maury Cemetery.
.Mrs William Lawrence Moles announces
the engagement Btid approaching marriage i
Of her daughter, Ml**' Mnrtrle I.ee. to I'.il; ir '
M Davidson. The reremon) win take place
On Thursday. Septenih, r l.\ ,
Personal and Oeneral.
The Woman's Missionary Society of tho;
Bnlnbrldge Street Baptist Ch?rch failed to
I ... |ta meeting, Bcheduled 'or last Tues?
day, but will me.-t next Tuesday night at S
o'clock al the church.
Mr. and Mrs .1 T. Wlllard. who have
been visiting relative* In Mecklenburg
County, have returned home.
Miss Klsle Ite.kord. of nattlmore. Is the
guest of the Misses Fitzgerald, of I01S Por?
Itev. F. Ernest Warren and wife are
spending a few days In Boston
.liidce Ernest II. Wells and family have
returned ifier a pleasant visit to Blue
Miss Mary rvrclval will leave Wednesday
fl.>r Stony Crock, where sh? will teach dur?
ing the coming session. Miss Ferch.il. who
i|s a Ith inn.nid College graduate, cht** or
lttlt, will have charge of th. German, I.atln
end Rngllsh department of the stony
Caeek District IfIfth school.
1 lies Agnes Deltrlt.. and Miss llatllo
tat wellyn have returned from a visit to
?0,1 eral mou'it.iln retort*
A pple Crop Is Damaged
by Terrific Mail Storm
j1 special to The T*linrs*Dlapntcb?J
Winchester, Va., September 7.?
will In ten minutes, lute this after
noon, hundreds of Ihouanmls of nimi
prnia bsed be first grade vrlnter
nppltK "f fnney varieties were re
ilueeo to seconds anil llilrds bj a
terrlnVc hull storm, which swept over
the southern part of Clnrke Count)
mid tl eastern aecllnn or Fred?
erick County, nnd Ihouanmls of
npples "vcrc also knocked from the
trees It) the hall null wind, which
liIrK a bout seventy miles nn hour.
Thedain.iKe tnapplea nlone nmuunts
lo thousands of dollars. The Storni
spent Ij.i fur. In Winchester before
reaching the principal apple lielt
of the Sl'lcnundonh \ nlley, Jiial ?est
of lawn, where th- crop is ripening;,
nnd ?hl rb Is valued ut more thou
Ststcftn-Yenr-Old Nesro <;ir| I. censed
?>r nitr Itoltbery.
Marie Coles, ft Sixteen-year-old negro
Kirl. was iirrcsted laut night by Do
tcctlvn-Sergcant Wiltshire on t ii ??
charge, of entering th? honte of .T. I'.
! l.-ath.-Ts, North Twenty-eighth
Street, about a week ago and stealing
$46 In ourrency and ri diamond .-Ui:k
nlib She is -aid t.. have admitted
th.' robbery, and to have Implicated
another ?Irl. The poll. .- jjro now seek?
I The girl under arrest has before
|heeh In trouble, and was sent to a re?
form school near Baltimore about elgh
loen months ago, the said she es?
caped from this Institution more than
a year ago.
He line* I\nt Want Pamltlon In Wilson's
[Spi elai I.. Tii- 'J'lmes-Dlspateh.l
Washington, September 7. Majority
I,endcr Underwood, of th- I louse; !<??
for- he l-ft Iter.1 his vacation, told
hin friends that under ho clretim
statices would he desire a Cabinet po?
sition in the evont that tlovernor wil
sort is elected President. Underwood la
?hid to Ins desirous of retaining his
position as head of the llottse Ways
and Means Committee and loador on
the Democratic side.
Democrats hore who have been
watching happenings at Seagirt, said
they hud no doubt that If Wilson were
elected Underwood would me mentor
in-chief to the administration on tariff
matters, and that his advice on th<?
tariff would be the last word In shsp
ing Wilson's tariff policies. These
Democrats also said tiny had hoard
that Wilsen was anxious that Under?
wood Should retain his leadership, the
Governor being especially Impressed
with the ab'l'ty that the House leader
and il will last you till Ihesnow flies
25*ala!IDruqand Depl sieves.
Carpenter Morton Co Boston.
Drop us a
bcforo you return end
our man will call and
take your orders.
The Claret "Hyball"
Place lump of ice in la I! glass, add
Seedling llarct and aerated water.
Here s the reoip
Thirst-quenching anil bracing, tool
Virginia Medoo Claret, 25c.S2.75 dozen
Virginia Seedling Claret, 35c.$3.75 dozen
For Summer Luncheons
Hundreds of treats await you
at tin- Delicatessen counter-?ail
cooked by a master chef nn.1
ready to serve. No fussing ho
work. The housowlfe's friend
this hoi weather.
Phone Monroe 101-106. jgjj
ftO4-508 I". Bnwid St., RJctunond, Vs.