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]NORFOLKJ^ ]NEWPORT JSEW5
The Acccompanying Map is
the Official one as issued by the
Virginia Peninsula Good Roads
The line is 88 miles long
and is of sand-clay construction.
It connects Richmond with
Newport News, via Williams?
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"THE DIAMOND CYPHER"
TRIANGLE IS FASHION MOTIF
In Some Form, Almost Evsrythlnu,
Useful or Decorative, ls In
Three Sided Shape.
teems to be an all prevailing na
tics that all draperies and materials
:d be coaxed into something
h ls three-sided Hare you oV
served that everything ls dreae la
dominated hy the triangle* Ona ol
the most fashionable forms of tbs
ls shaped In thia manner, the
Baas placed at one side of the figure
and the sides draping up to the waist
ea the other side.
One of the newest models for eva
Bing bodices means a triangle of mata
rial draping one side of the frost and
tiiaagle draping one side ot
tha bark, tha two triangles equaling,
of course, s squsre of tba material
favorite rabat to just a triangle
of lar? aad tha como hat ls anothm
Victim of Odd Acolstowt.
Btraaaburg. Bask?Joseph Hamil la
dee/ at his hom* here Wind blew
shot the door of a bars bs he was
entering with a shotgun. Tha gun
Ta Pretono Bis Dst*.
Be ri lr?The Prussian government
has der'.ced to prc long tha sal Irs WO.
MO.***) cf shorvteean ? per seat tree*
try neus wet** aa\ Jeir.
AUDABQN SOCIETY FORMED.
Miss Nannie Davis yesterday or
ganiztd an Audabon Society in Wil- 1
harrisburg with the following officers: 1
oeth Coleman, president; i
Archie Brooks, first vice-president;
A.ice Person, second vice preside:
I Miss Kelly. secretary-treasurer.
The object of the society is the
pretection of song birds and has or?
ganizations ali over the country,
being national in scope.
Mr Williamson and a party of
is were here today on fishing
trip with Mr. Archie Brooks, having
come up from Newport News early
m the morning. They carried a fine
bunch back with them.
Monty In Dairying.
Thora ta money la dairying ia ap'ta
of a provaJoat notion to tho coatraxy.
bat lt nooda a ooaabinoUon of good
nows aad good maaageaaoat to got
NIao?A nation of IVaoeo-Brtttea
fa-ati-.titan togaa hawo vlaon an tao poe
>a nsomoanont won < ta Wail nd lo ava
DR. BOOTU TO ENTERTAIN.
Dr. Booth will give a reception at
ais residence, thc Wythe house, on
Palace Green, in honor of Mrs. Booth
and Miss Clara Booth, who are ex?
pected home tonight from Richmond
The doctor hopes they will be here
as he has arranged for a pleasant
evening. The house will be
artistically decorated in cut flowers.
Delicious refreshments will be served.
I nose invited are Mrs. H. D. Co.e.
Miss Eva Wright. Misses Lottie and
Mary Garrett, Miss Roberts, Messrs
J. a. Spencer, and T. G. Peachy,
A feature of the reception will be
the music furnished by Miss Wright
at the piano and Mr. Spencer with
Charlie Person, who has been
spending several months here with
his father, C. J. Person, left yester?
day for McKinney, Texas, where ht
will install an electrical plant.
Mr. ?. H. Proctor coptinuej very
sick and i f? probably be taken to a