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House Hunters Attention Oi>r rent Hat mvm the traps and t glves the problem. Phone for one. II. SELDON TA Y l.OK & SON. New Rent List Now Ready A M. GOV KB. 22 North Ninth Street. Tel. Mad. 2223. ron hkxt. Five-Room Apartments on Boulevard and onj ' Floyd Avenue Ktjht-r?om apurlmmt on Monument Avenue. Six and ?evi>n-room flat and rnoijern hou.s< s. Photic Madison 735 and Randolph 4r;32 for our up-to-date rent list. J. p. CARNKA1. k. SON. 4 North Eleventh Street. ! I FUll KENT. FURNISHED City nnd ruliurban houses hihJ upart ir.rnta for the summer. J have several very uttractlve ones. A M GOV KR. 22 North Ninth Street ? ; PHONE Mad 54 7 Ran. 542 FOR RENT LIST TO BE MAILED TO YOU. H. SKLDON TAYLOR A- SON. . SEPTEMBER Rent List FLATS AND DWELLING? ?I THOMPSON RROWN St rO. THEY ARE | GOING FAST Still have a few d'Firable houses and flats loft. <"*all for rent lint IIAP. It I SON A- BATES. 7 North Eleventh Street. Special Offerings 942 W. Grace St 21? W. Main St lf'4 N. Linden St. 112 K. Cary Ht. 214 W. Main St 101 S Fifth St. 2o* N. Sycamore. :? N Harrison St. 717',* W. Marshall. 30? s I .a u re I St ELAM A Fl NSTEN, Madison 1062. East End 5 ,v fit. :io3 N. ssth st. 013 N. 21st St. 3 IS N 8'?th St ?:io7 N st r: Leish st :726 N St lit N. 13th St. ELAM A KUNSTEN, Madison 1?62. NEW FALL RENT LIST Call early. Houses renting rapidly. SUTTON A: CO. KOIt RENT. ? Main and Broad Street STORES Headquarters for Buatneps Location at Low Rentals. H. SELDON T A YLOFJ Ar SON. MODERN APARTMENTS 307 South Fourth Street. Gamble's II111 Park. Fir?t floor, four rooms, bath. Second floor, tlve rooms, bath. Heat and water furnished. Janitor. Only two not rented out of nix. RICHMOND TRUST & SAVINGS CO., REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT. Seventh and Main Streets. FINANCIAL. f>0 Special Fund J6.O00.00 to Lend AT ONCE First-Mortgage Real Estate. M. SELDON TAYLOR & SON. "money" TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE. in Sums to Suit. Aa Usual, We Claim to Be as Quick as the Quickest. EDWARD S. ROSE COMPANY, Real Estate and Loans. No. 11 North Eleventh Street. $20,000 We have this amount to lend on good city property; also amounts of $1,000, J2,000, $4,000 and $5,000. prompt service and reasonable charges. RUFFIN & SLOAN, 18 North Eighth Street. MONEY! MONEY! To lend on city ,real estate, In sums to suit. Expert service; reasonable charges. V CHAPIN & HUME. riWAWCIAU ?H Special Sums $5,000 to lend on butslncos property. , WM. !*. REDO. , 30 Nwrih Ninth Street. LARGE OR ! SMALL SUMS Qpick service. Reasonable charges. HENRY S. HCTZLBR & CO.. |IH3 Kam Muln'Street. i MONEY TO LEND $'.'50 $5.000: $600 x . $0,000 fxO/o $1,000 ^ ' $10,000 $;,000 $15,000 I J. THOMPSON BROWN & CO. Long and Short Time MONEY! ON REAL. ESTATE. Eft L'b Know Your Wants? We Can Save You Money. H SEEDON TAVEOR & HON WAWTHP-^miA^ KmTK. M List Your Vacant Property Now. and Eel Me Get You u Good Tenant. A. M. OOVKR '.'I North Ninth Street. ModernFlats Ar? Much tn Demand. If yours in vacant, let us secure you J c tenant. JOHN T. GODDIN'S SON?. 20 North Ninth Street. i I WANT YOUR' RENT ACCOUNT. L. W. MCVEIGH. ?3 So Few of our tenants are changing their place of residence our rental list is very meagre. We have call* for dwellings, flats and apartments we cannot sup ply. Mr. Owner, if you ha v any \a '?>ni and wjtit tenant*. list youra *A i I h U !? RICHMOND HURT AND SAVINGS r;n, (Capital One Million Dollars). ItEAI, ESTATE DEPARTMENT Seventh and Main Streets. O. A. HAWKINS, Manager. WASTED?IlKA I< ESTATE. 00 WASTED?IlKAIi KNTATR?O* WK ARK HAVING CALLS DAILY FOR Houses, Flats ^nd ' Apartments If yon are looking for a tenant. Rive utJ memorandum of your vuoanl prop erty. CRUTCHFlELD & CO.. No. 6 North Eleventh Street. Going Fast Property liHtci Willi us does not hang fire. Tell us what you have for rent. WALL BUST KIN KEAL ESTATE CO.. 1112 East Main. AtJfllti.N SAI.KS. W? BY EL AM & FUN ST KN. Real Estate Auctioneers. THE ATTRACTIVE. DESIRABLY LO CAT ED, .MODERN. DETACHED, Til REE-8TOR Y CORNER RESI DENCE. No. 2000 W.Grace St. i Northwest corner Grace and Meadow), To i'ft bolil at public auction, on the premises, on FRIPAV, JUNE 14. at 6.30 P. M.. by direction of the owner, who is re moving from the r.lty and resolved to sell even at great sacrifice. Thib is an exceptionally well built and well-appointed house of twelve rooms, five on each first and second floor, with poolroom on third floor; thoroughly heated by furnace, electric and gas light, gas grat?s and open /ires, steel range, hot-water, bath and the usual modern conveniences; ample space, light and ventilation, the lot being about aOxiOO feet and a good bricU garage on the premises An un usual opportunity Is offered the hon:e tttker. v Examine the property and at tend thin sale. Possession ai once. TERMS: Extra liberal, anil an nounced at f;alc. ELAM FUNSTEX. Auctioneers. By POLLARD & BAGBY, INC., Real Estate Auctioneers. TRL'STEE E AUCTION SALE OF F R A M E D\V 1; LLI NO, No. 520 Calhoun Street In execution of a deed of trust, dated November 1 I91'<. and recorded in the clerk's office of Richmond Chancery '.'ourt. Deed Hook 234-D. page de fault having been made in the pay ment of a portion of the debt therein secured, and being requested .-u to do, I will sell by auction, on the prem ises, on THURSDAY. JUNK I :i. 151?. at 5:.~.0 P. M., the above-mentioned frame dwelling. It is a good renter and will pay any one handsome returns for investment. Lot "JOxlOO feel. TERMS: Enough in cash to pay cost of ?alc. any taxcf that may he due, .< note for with iiiteret-t on same from November !?', JI'IT; the residue at 1 and - years after date; deferrrid payments lo he evidenced by notes, with interest added from date of sale, and secured by deed of trust. JOHN BAGBY. T rustee. WANTED?IIBAl. KHTATIi. iim WANTED Vacant Property to Rent WK ARE HAVING CALLS DAILY KOH MOUKRN ? T" 8-ROOM HOUSES AND FLATS. IN WEST END. $30,000 TO 160.000 MONTH. LIST YOUR VACANT PROPERTY AND WE WILL SIC'l.'RK YOU A TENANT MORTON G. THALHIMER, First National Bank Building;. Randolph 3600. Wanted Immediately for Spot Cash UP-TO-DATE ATTRACTIVE DWELLING, LARGE LOT OR SEVERAL ACRES. WITH SHADE Would like Westhampton. Ginter Park or-some other pood location. Answer Monday morning, giving location and price. H. Rox 15'j, Ilich mond, Va. LOOK! We need property for rent. Cannot supply the demand List Vacant Property With Us "QUICK! J. A. CONNELLY & CO. Madison 3361. AUCTION 8A1.ES. ?? AUCTION SALES. 00 Auction Sale of City Mules, Horses, Sweep ing Machines, Water Sprinklers, Dump Wagons, Dump Carts, Road Ma chine, Scrap Iron, Etc. Pursuant to an order of the Administrative Board of Richmond. Va , we will sell at public auction, on the Ford Lot, corner Eleventh and Broad Streets, on FRIDAY, JUNE II, 1918. beginning at 10:30 o'clock A. M., 2 Hor8C3. 10 Mules. 3 Sweeping Machines. 3 Combination Sweeping Machines 2 Water Sprinklers. 1 Road Machino. 1 Dray. 23 Dump Wagons. 13 four-wheel Dump Carts. 7 Double Team Dump Carts. 14 Large Dump Carts. 8 Small Dump Carts. I About tivc tons, inoro or loss, Scrap Iron and a lot of other articles. TERMS: Cash. THE VALENTINE AUCTION CO.. INC., Auctioneers. \VA WTKD?IIKAI. KMTATK. M ,We Want For a Customer SI* or Heven-rooui house, modern. in West End, around $5.r>0o. R UK KIN & SLOAN. IS North CiglUh Street. AUCTIONS?LF.GALS LE?iAl. XOTICIiH. too RECEIVER'S KALE OK SODA FOUNTAIN. C" A U BON A TOR, i STORK FIXTURES AND VALUABLE | STOCK OK DRUGS AT HOPEWELL. VA. Pursuant to decree of the Chancery "ourt of the city of Richmond, entered In the suit of Cliff Well Cigar Co., Inc., j against Everybody's Pharmacies. Inc., i ti al.. on the 3rd day of June, )VIS, tho , undersigned receiver of tlm court in said cause, will offer for sale at public i miction, on the premise.*, at the corner | Broadway and Woodiawn Avenues. , in the city of Hopewell, on WEDNESDAY, THE 10TI1 DAY OF | JUNE, 15 IS. at 5 o'clock 1*. M., the stock of drugs, fixture?, yoda foun tain and appliances in the drug store ! known as the "Broadway Pharmacy." j The said stock of merchandise, foun tain and fixtures in said store will first . ii? offered as a -whole, and then each j fixture separately, and the stock of! merchandise in separate parcels, and 1 the property will be knocked down to I the. highest bidder or bidders. The ; Kaid property will be sold free of alt i incumbrances. This is one of the best-paying drug stores In the town of Hopewell, and the slock of drugs is fresh and com plete. The present lease docs not expire until July 11. lTUS. TERMS: Cash. C. B. ROBERTSON. Receiver. I*. O Box 4 4ti. Richmond. Va. Commonwealth of Virginia. Office of Superintendent of Public Printing. Richmond, Va. June 1, 191S. t SEALED PROPOSALS KOR PRINT-! lug fitteen hundred copies of the one hundred and twenty-second volume of Virginia Reports will be received at this oflice up to 12 M. Friday, June 14, 1918. At the same time and place bids will be received for binding, wrapping and ! labeling fifteen hundred copies of the j above-mentioned books. Printed schedules, on which all l>lds 1 will be required to be made, will be furnished on application Each bid must be inclosed In sealed envelope, addressed to the Superinten dent of Public Printing, and marked "Proposal." Contractors will be required to make daily shipments of carefully-read proof, weekly shipment of five copies r?f each sixteen page form worked and to furnish bond, with approved se curity. for the faithful performance of contract. The rleht 13 reserved to reject any ! or all bids. DAVIS BOTTOM, Superintendent of Public Printing. _ AUCTION SALES. 00 i BUTCHERS FIXTURES. FISH BOX. CASH REGISTERS. IRON SAFE. GROCERIES. HORSE. WAGON. I HARNESS. COUNTERS. SIl ELVINOS, ! ETC.- j Wn will sell for Moore Brothers, who ire discontinuing the grocery business, ?t their place. 1 4 " I Hull Street, South Richmond, MONDAY. JUNE- 10, at 3 P. M . Dno McCray Butcher's Box. one-ton "apaclty; two Patent Meat Blocks, with ools: Meat Ruck. Counters, two Swing. Scales. National Cash Register. Ic to II; one small ('ash Register, lc t i $9.. UeCaaky Account System. Comb.nation j Lock Iron Sal*. Flat-Top Fish Box.; 'Jyster Container. Wall Clock, Shelv- ! ngs. Groceries. Shelf Goods. Trays, I Paper Baps. Paper Rolls, one lady sroke. Driving Horse. Top Delivery kVagon. Harness, etc. Sale positive. TERMS: Cash. VIRGINIA AUCTION CO. Auctioneer*. t UEO. V. OLIVER, Salesmap. I Stock Used Furniture, Cook ' Stoves, Druggets, Etc., at Auction At No. 505 Brook Avenue, TUESDAY. JUNE 11. 1918. at ;t o'clock P. M.. 'onslsting of about r>u Iron Beds and j Springs. 40 Wood Beds and Springs, 20 I 'ooking and Healing Stoves. 10 Exten iion Tables, a nirmber of Bureaus.' vVashstands. Sideboards, Chairs.* Rock - ' :rs. Hat Racks. Refrigerators. Pictures, i ?tc., lot Good Stove Pipe, lot Good j druggets (Brussels and Crex), and! ?thcr goods. Sale made on account of lack of ?oom i.t B. H. f'obbs's new store, now! ocnted at 206 West Broad Sireet. Sale positive. TERMS: Cash. Dealers especially invited to this >alc. THE VALENTINE AUCTION CO. Enemy Frustrated In Attempt to Sink Ships With Ameri* cans on Board. THEIR DISCIPLINE WAS SUPERB Men Behaved as If Submarine At* ,tack Was Mere Routine Matter, and Met Situation Without Flurry Aboard Ship. (Br Associated Prm 1 I.ONDON, Thursday. June 6.?Ger- I man submarines were foiled In their attempts against a convoy which In cluded ships carrying American troops and American Red Cross workers, ac cording to the Rev. Father Joseph Warelng. of Baltimore, one of the Red Cross party, and who nrvr'ved in Lon don yesterday. The protecting destroy ers got into action quioklv on two oc- | caslons last Sunday, but Rev. Warelng did not know whether any submarines j had been sunk. To the Associated Press. Rev. Path- ] er Warelng, who had a trying experi ence following the torpedoing of the British steamer Laconia In February. 1917, said: "Soon after we reached the danger i tone, mir convoy was attacked by Ger man submarines, and for a few mln- ] utes I thought T was in for another experience of the same kind as I had on the Laconia. The exact number of the enemy U-boats was not determined, but at least two were seen. I,IVKl.Y ESCORT SOON I'IT K.N KM V TO PI.ICHT "We have & lively escort of British destroyers, however, and they were on the trail of the periscope like a flash. Guns and depth charges began popping like giant firecrackers on the Fourth of July. Fifteen depth charges were dropped into the nest of German nub marines. Whether any submarines were sunk, I cannot say, for we were on a f;<st ship and enveloped in smoke; but I know we did not lose a single ship. Our convoy carried a large num-| her of American troops?I cannot tell you how many. "Discipline on bonrd was superb. The troops behaved as if a submarine at tack was part of the every-day routine, and there was not the slightest flurry anywhere on hoard. For coolness In time of emergency, I do net think you can beat these young Americans. Their nerves aro like steel." Among the members of the Red Cross party was the Rev. Robert Coupland. of New Orleans. I.ornl Itniim Forecasted. WASH INGTON. .lun?? S.?Local rains-, with seasonal temperature, are fore cast for the Southeastern States for the first part of the week, beginning Monday. After that the weather will be fair until about Friday, when more rain is indicated. Muil Wenr Cotton Ifoniery. BOSTON. June R.?Yeogirls?beg pw don. veoinen?must wear cotton hosiery an<) longer dresses, according to a ruling of the Navy Department an- J nounccd hero to-day. The girls do not like the order. Al.'CTION SALES. tilt j POLLARD & BAGBY, INC., I Real Estate Auctioneers. Executor's Sale for Division of the Property Be longing to the Estate of Chas. Krugg, on the East Line of Brook Avenue, Between Leigh and Duval Streets, Known as Nos. 601, 603, 609, 611 Brook Avenue. Having positive instructions so to do, we will sell by auction, on the premises, on TUESDAY. JUNE II. 1318. beginning at 5 o'clock P. M.. the above mentioned property. First. Brick dwelling No. 601. Second. T.arge brick store No. 603. j Third. Large vacant lot. Fourth. Small brick store. Fifth. Brick store No. fill. The lot is triangular in shape and i has a frontage of about 162 feet on ! Brook Avenue. The property is always rented and the improvements are substantial. The property will he offered first separately and then as a whole. .Map of the oroperty can be seen at the oilice of auctioneers. TERMS: One-third cash; balance six and twelve months. POLLARD & BAGBY. INC., Auctioneers*. Handsome Furniture, Piano, Victrola, Druggets, Bric-a-Brac, Etc., At Auction I We will sell for Mrs. A. V. McGeorge, at her home, 1814 Grove Avenue, on WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, at 10:30 A. M.. PARLOR?Five-piece Mahogany Parlor Stilt, Odd Parlor Chairs. Table, j Pedestal Pictures, Mantel Cabinet, 7 1-2 Octave Cable Piano, Victor Victrola : and Records, !?xl2 Velvet Drugget, Floor J.amp. etc. LIBRARY?Three-piece Reception Suit, upholstered In leather, with tahle j ? to match; Easy Chairs, Leather Couch, Curio Cabinet and Ornaments. Hand- i some Oilt Frame Mantel Mirror, Brass Andirons, Brass Fender, Electric Drop i I Light, etc. DINING-ROOM?Colonial Mahogany Dining Suit, consisting of Sldebourd, Round Pedestal Table. Leather Seat Chairs. China Closet, Antique China, 5x12 Drugget, etc. BREAKFAST ROOM?Quartered Oak Dining Table, Bent Wood Chairs, China Closet, three-door Eddy Refrigerator, Jxl2 Crex Drugget, etc. HALL?Largo Colonial Hall' Mirror, Couch, Elk Head, Picture Floor Lump, | Flat Top Mahogany Desk and Chair. FRONT CHAMBER?Handsome Mahogany Chamber Suit, consisting of Bed. Dresser, Dressing Table, Chiffonier, Chase Rocker, Felt Mattress and National Springs. Pillows. Rugs and Druggets. SECOND CHAMBER?Colonial Mahogany Suit, Bod, Dresser, Dressing Table, Chiffonier. Mirror Door Wardrobe, Chase Rocker, Spring and Mattress, 8x12 Drugget, otc. * THIRD?CHAMBER?Massive Walnut Suit, Bed. Spring and Mattress. Drenser, Wash-stand, Wardrobe, Chairs, Rockers, etc. Also other goods too nu merous to mention. Ladles especially Invited to uttend. TERMS: Cash. VIRGINIA AUCTION CO, GEO. V. OLIVER, Salesman. LOCAL BANKS DEPORT ior Week's Total Is 980,028,851, as Compared With $'<?4,304,952 for Name Week Last Year.1 RESERVE BANK IS KEPT BUSY Governor Seay Announces Purchase of 828,470,000 in Bills of Member Banks During Week Ending Fri day Afternoon. Richmond bank clearings continued to show a substantial increase ov?r last year, although the total was slight ly less than for the previous week. The weekly statement of the Clear ing-House Association, issued yester day afternoon, showed clearing* for the week amounting to $39.928.391. This total compares with $24,304.'i52 for the corresponding week of last year. Clearings yesterday continued heavy and equal to the usual Satur day figure. The Federal Reserve Bank of Rich mond was also active last week, the bills discounted and bought by the in stitution aggregating 52S.470.000. ac cording to the weekly statement of Governor Georgo J. Seay. which was issued yesterday to the close of busi ness Friday afternoon. Governor Seay's statement la as fol lows: Resources. Gold coin and certificates in vault $ 6.369,COO Gold settlement fund 17,067.000 Gold with foreign agencies 1.838,000 Gold with Federal reserve agent 32.669.000 Gold redemption fund 572.U00 Total gold reserve $ 59.415.000 Legal-tender notes, silver certificates and subsidiary coin 371,000 Total gold reserve $ 59,7*6.000 Bills discounted and bought 53.068.0C0 United States government certificates 2.75S.OOO Total earning assets ... J 55.824,000 Uncollected items 26.09C.000 National bank notes uS.1,000 Due* from Fedora I reserve ? banks 1.073.000 Due from special deposit aries. war loan deposit account 33.99fi.OOO All other resources SSO.OOo Total resources $178,238,000 liabilities. Capital paid In $ 3,805,000 United States Treasury general account 8.423.000 United States Treasury war loan deposit in spe cial depositaries 33,996,000 Due to member hanks, re serve accounts 42.84 t.000 Collection items 17.675.000 Federal reserve notes in actual circulation 70.400.000 All other liabilities 1,095,000 Total liabilities It78.238.ii00 Gold renerve against net deposit lia bility. 64 per cent Gold reserve against Federal reserve note3 In actual circulation. 54 per cent. Federal Rftrire Note*. Issued J80.F2t.000 On hand 10.586,000 Outstanding $70,235,000 Total amount of bills discounted an^ bough? for th?> week ending June 7. 1 91 S, J.78.470.000. CO\SOMD.iTKI) STATRMEXT KOR AU. TVVEI.VE BANKS fn.v AiKinjifH Vrxsi" 1 WASHINGTON. June S.?A.n Increase of 587,010.000 in commercial paper dis counted this week by Federal reserve banks was interpreted by some officials as an Indication that business interests are seeking short-term advances to enable them to meet income and ex cess profit taxes due next Saturday. The condition of the twelve banks at the close of business last night was as follows: nmonrcra. Gold coin and certificates in vault $ 463.622,000 Gold settlement fund. Fed eral reserve hoard .... 417,675.000 Gold with foreign agencies 51.2S0.00O Total gold held by banks J 932.577.000 Gold with Federal reserve agents 958.255.000 Gold redemption fund .... 28.431.300 Total gold reserves $1. 919.263.009 Legal tenders, notes, sil ver, etc 58.461.000 Total reserves $ 1.977.724.00-) Hills discounted for mem bers and Federal reserve banks $ 9S4.492.000 Bills bought In open mar Mcet 248.542.000 Total bills on hand $1,233,034,000 United States government long-term securities.... 64.4S4.000 United States government short-term securities.... 32,601.000 All other earning assets. 694.000 Total earnlne assets... 81.330.SI 3.000 Tine from other Federal reserve hanks, net $ 1.605.000 Uncolle.-ted items 403.942.000 Total deductions from gross deposits $ -102.529.300 Five per cent redemption fund against Federal re serve banj< notes 637.000 Total resources $3,711,708,000 j Mabltltlra. Capital paid In % 75.fifi2.ono Surplus 1,134.030 Government deposits .... 719.716,000 Due to members, reserve account 1 149.486.000 Collection items 239.719.000 j Other deposits. Including foreign government credits 109.560.000' Total gross deposits 1,978,893,000 i Federal reserve notes in actual circulation 1.639,579,000 Federal reserve bank notes In circulation, net liability 9,580.000 All other liabilities 6.855,000 Total liabilities $3,711,703,300 Ratio of gold reserves to net deposit and Federal reserve note liabilities combined. 59.2 per cent. Ratio of total reserves to net de posits and Federal reserve note lia bilities combined. 61 per, cent. STATEMENT OF CONIIITION OF CLEARING HOUSE BANKS fRy Aauocisted Pr?m. I NBW YORK. June 8.?The actual condition of the clearing house banks and trust companies for the week shows that they hold $44,118,210 re serve In excess of legal requirements. This is an increaao of $11,165,280 from last week. The statement follows: Actual conditions Loans, discounts, etc., $4,498,719,000; decrease, $11.$09,000. Cash In own vaults, members Fed eral reserve hanks (a) Il00.677.0on In crease. $1,967,003. Reserve In Federal Reserve Bank of member bankp. 1516.090.000; Increase M?>.15S,000, ? Reserve |n own viultt. State bank* and trust companies (b). $15,l<li CO"* decrease. 11.391.000. Reserve in depositaries. State banks and trust companies, 59.171.000 ,n crease, 1968.000. I 'Net demand deposits. $3,737,181,000 ? increase. $13,267,000. Net time deposits. ) 150.*9$,.'>00- de crease $<.323,000. Circulation. $37,161,000; decrease $54,000. ' Specie included in (a) and fb), $68 - [ 175,000. I "United States deposits deducted, i $2i 2.147.000. Aggregate reserve. $540,442,030. ,,,Kfi"So/CServe- 13-510; Increase, $11.1 6o.280. Summary of State hanks and trust companies in Greater New York not included in clearing house statement: Loans, discounts, etc., $751,650,000 decrease. $15.60S,700. Specie. $13,018,400; increase, $103,500 Legal tenders. $69,438,430; increase" $3,153,700. Total deposits. $803,344,100; decrease. $9,081,200. Banks, cash in vault. $13,804,100. Trust companies, cash in vault, $?8, 652,7 00. VETERAN OF GETTYSBURG SEES SOLDIER GRANDSON Confederate Ve'eran Find* Ilia H*r Through War Camp Commonll/ Umlee. SOUTHPORT. N. C.. June 8?The old Confederate veteran who lost his leg at Gettyt-burg was at his home in n city f.tr away from Fort Caewtll. at Southport. X. C.. where his beloved i grandson was training for his journev i across the seas. His heart hungered for li Kight of the boy. Ho forgot the distance, forgot his age. his rheuma tism disappeared like magic, and ore night he boarded the train .for the long trip across the State. The next night . he arrived at Southport. Here he found ; rest in the community house of the War C?mp Community Service, but there were no passes that night, and no way of communicating with his boy. The next morning, after breakfast! i the old man went out on his crutches j to see the little town. He found arm ed guards stretched from the wharf to the railroad station, and saw before the station a long train of cars. Soon lie heard the sound o\" bugles, the sharp commands of officers and the v??ll? of mr? ,hat reminded him of the old days. He knew at once that men w-re moving toward the front, and that his boy was among them. With shoulders a little more erect, he marie his way to the railroad sta tion. but before him ivas a ffre?t crowd He f?PJVn1 H ,inp ?f armcd ^ard* Me looked at the long line of Pull ? Which earnest-faced young soldiers were climbing. He wedged himself through the crowd, onlv to encounter the guard, to whom or-Ur, ed'To0:^"- ii? C,VU,ans -How! Cd to paM. The old veteran scanned ? ?n vain the faces of the men who lcan | d out of the car windows. The en. glne snorteo and pufTed as If eag*r , be away. For a moment it neerned as though the long journey had been in vain. With a heavy heart, ho niAde his There heboid m? comm,,nity house, m?n?! d h,S 8tory lo <he com munity organizer. In a moment a me? ?,^SCarCh ?f th' commind. dter ^*r' ,atter is a? old sol. , ' As 800n as he heard the storv he found the car In xvhich the yjnng told l,irl ?hl,?aKVOlUnl"r) WaS" and waitinj^ u grandfather was mf?!? ? V* ' 3nd Kave h,m Per mission to leave the train paHo^Tf Tn'nUl" ,at<5r- the littl. lanor of the community house the \nTncVone,eer h'S And nc one can tell who was th? har pist. the grandfather, the soldier or EIGHT hundred aliens SWEAR ALLEGIANCE TO U. S. I-arcer Part of New Citlr<ma Are Ital lnna and Greek*?Three Aus j trlaaa Ameag Then. SPARTANBURG. S. C.. June ?.-More than S00 alien soldiers of twenty-six foreign countries this morning re nounced allegiance to the countries to the f"a, ^VlLy a"d awor* *Uegiance n,ted States of America. The xerases took place at Camp Wjds :Z ' ?"? mUUary officials say that hisi I* a larger number of foreigners I * *'*? 'V*r n?*ura!lzed at one time y here |n the country Included in this morning's list w,ro one German. three Austrian*, one Bel Kian. one Spaniard and one Cuban A majority Cf those taking the oath were oncl.'anS' W'th thC ?reeks co"?"C sec SEND BULLION TO INDIA American Silver Poll.ra Made Over into It up re.? to Pay Soldiers In India. fBy Associated Prcsn T WASHINGTON'. Ju?. silver dollars now have been trans formed Into rupees of British India, and other small coins used to pay In dian soldiers. In exchange the United States government has obtained a quantity of rupee credit on foreign ex change, for use of importers in paying their debts in India. About 62,000.000 silver dollara now have been melted Into bullllon under the recent silver bill, according to a ^tUrVCP?rt l0-day and of this has been shipped to India. Good Prices. WINCHESTER. VA., June 8 Vir ginia apples which have been in cold s onige since last fall have been bring jug high prices in the New York mar kets during the past week. There has been an active demand, but the of ferings were light. There were not more than three or four carloads a day on the docks, and some days not that ?ra"y'?ft Albpm?rle Pippins brought from *9 to $10 per barrel. Baldwins from $6.50 to $S, Spies were $S to $10. Ben Da viai brought from $5 to $6. and Koxbury Russets were $5 to $1.50. Flgiirea Not Finished. WASHINGTON, j?ne 8?Tabulation of reports on Wednesday's registration of men who have become twenty-one years old since June 5, 1917. atill was incomplete to-night. It was offleltlly atated at Provost - Marahal . General Crowders headquarters th-t flnal flg. ures were expected In time for pobli. cation Tuesday morning.