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BECAUSE OF AWFUL HEAT Thermometer Hreaku After Souring to Jii~? Decrees in tho Sun. ilKI-'KR PlUZl'i FOK RING KKS !iasebaM Stars of Major League I-'uine ?loin Team Itcprcficiitlni; Second I'.attalioii of Central OllicerH' Training School. CAMP LKR. VA, August 7.?The Icr tlble lic.it wavo thsit Man swept ?vr tin- country this week has brought the ? ? ork of drilling at Camp Lcc aliiH.il > a Mand.stlll. Th? drill BrounUa ate ell-nigh deserted, and every one Is '?ugagud an far as possiljlo In the hope 1? .? :< task of trying to find relief f'orn 'he sv.clterinp .'Min. It is m potted that 11 Tuesday se.-iT'il bundled soldiers \ere I'Vi'rcumi' 1.y the heat, and thei ? i rri L?tj l.mcn j were busy carrying men ' ? 'he hospital late i'it<? the night. . rills were suspended early In she af ternoon, but even in the evening inon v. o.crcome in th?ir hnrrac::s, in l.ut.s :?n?l on the I hoi ouglifa 'ft' At ;i idduy. or.'i therm <m> l'-r, which ??is suspended In the sun, r??U at 1"' degree . another broke at 130 d-s rrt?;.s. and a third, hanging In one of tin* offices where an elei trie fan .vis going, registered 10'i. No sucii heat has I ecn fr it in this section of coun try for many year.-. ? ?n Wedri'-vou y. In addition to ihe other li:at victim", a lady visitor :ii i.'<- h?. >t''SH hoiis.s was prostrate.!, ''tie ?.f the army die t'? rwas Immediately summoned, and the yi>ung la !y v.,;.s siion revived. A fti; for 100 ire bags f'T thore who ttl ?uffered sunstroke :?s vml out to th- Kod Cross from t!ie b:.se h- spltal In order to stimulat ti;e Interest of tho nien in quai a r: tine at the re placement ramp In singing. Color.ol J.aubae.h. commander of that org.in.za tior, has offered IjO to be distributed t:. pritcs as follows: 5 10 will be given t > tho best whit? quartet, to the I''St cclorcd quartet, $1 apiece to th: rri??i that compose the best group in group s.nging. Each battalion v-*i'l i ?? represented by a group. The first tf these sings will be held next Hri ti.iy nii.-ht at the replacement camp thcat?- r. in ri:iti:s'ri.v<; rr.rtroiiM wck Ktlll >li:\ l> <11" AIIA VTI VE r>n Tuesday night another inter'?t l*.g show was presented f >r the bene It f the quarantined men. T..<- r? 1 lacement camp hand, !??'. organized. in\e its fi'.t concert and lis in?rnt ? rs [ I tyed like vnt'-rnn'?. Thin b: ? nd a? t ci :;istr, of fifty pit es. I ut It 1 planned to %-nlarge k greatly wed 1 p ringing I- rect. r it '1. t ie ; > ; -; 1 ?? fit" r; 1:? 1 vir.gir.C. the 1 fr -.tn.-' of which *.v' : h" re-.d -1r.k <-f "Swine l'?w. S-.v et Chariot" 1 tt.-? colore'l troops. The Liberty ii ti-- >_vcr some of its head I'.'ICIS Arnot.j the many spectators at t'n* I f-r ante wmre flea era! Hed'kin i <1 a number of other oflitera of high t ill--. i:.e of the best baseball organiza ? - hi camp, if not tho v?ry be.-t. Is ? :it ,.f the Second Uattallon of the < c,r\ ers1 training school. This ? :n is a fast outiU and they are j \ious to prove it not only to the t ? Isf act Ion of other rairp teams, but , so to the best that lllchmond and . ? ? r m ar! y towns can produce. 1* ; v teams < f the first class i tliber arc (. p. s" 1 to dispute the ' ialrn of the i x> t S. team, a fij-'ht to the tlnlsli .. ! be wplmmf i. That tho tram H t n.ean on<' may be judged from h , ir!<o at the line-up. Among others ? -re are .lanvrin. '-rstwhlle Hoston ' ,?d Sox Irfieldcr: Hal, I*, may be te , ml.' r"?'.. figured prominently in three % '.r!J ."?rri"'s ,iim1 all three tin en J r 'p 'il to land the championship for i> . Boston team; Jim Cooney, another 1 d Sot pi aver, who wont to Bost'ip j r.^.r n stellar c/i-eer with the Nev ] 'land and Intorr.al lonal I^eagtM'S; i' la'r'.le Tver.-*. of 'he Connectic'i". s ate and Miild!> Canadian Leagues: j >) McKer.na and Blnr Callahan. ="frs <, Canadian border teams: Pen*'.! ?t'?n. ,-r<~k plfher f r the lu.'vduln Col'.ejtP t an ? Phil 7:.ck, a f-.rmer me-!'4-. ,vn Harvard Varsity. Honuvan, t><e .'o--. i ?*? backstop of Brown I nlvorsiiy, r-Ttmlnss. an Amherst Callep-c pitcher. .. r. PiJ'.-d two hi? lear-'e oon'racts J f, college court'e; Ke'.ly. t v-i-i -irid D.oloskle nre products of "y , v.- V u r k State 1 *oa g a e : .T a c k j 'i~nda.il and his teammate. Ooloman. T . r<> famous battery In Hie Cor r cti-nt State League: Kngling. of X -ooklvn: l'asthan, fortnerlv with j -own Cnivers'tv. ind Knright, man t)1-?r, who boasts a long record as r anager and coach of yollego am*, true teams. Two more matches in the second r ind of the preliminaries of the of P ?cr.V tenrl'" toiirnamf nt wore played "? tesdny evening. T.'e-ttenant <^tis de f ,itel T.leutenant T'hls two sets. r.2. f. !. \nd Captain Graves wes victor over I.leuten-'nt Uhodes hy the sfote of r--. c> 1- 1" ^ ,l,f? rrelim rics *vlll ! ?: completed and play v..|i begin :n the semifinals. IIX *r?r*T fl AS D\ TI TO OPR.V III'.!) I noss IIOMR "ext Wednesday. August H. i" the fi ,v ret for the dedication and formal 0 .ening nf the new U-d Cross conva lr- i-ent house and nurses' home on the , -on'id.s base hospital. These hu'td'nrs ar" now completed and mem 1 i-s of the Hed Cross n' Camp l-e? c busllv ''ii ,r"d installinit the fur Th." iledlcatior. ceremonies will , vory 0:ahor.ite. As previously at ii. tir.eed. Colonel William Cary Fan will he the representative o' 'io'i.il head'; t.Tr'ers C?aernl '? ? ?? will be preient, nnd one of the rimp hands will furnish the music for i|,f> orct.slon. 'Inf iice Jneohson. 'he popular miln r ,-,f the Liberty The.iter nt Camp ' hn* -rone to his home in New ??-.?I.- on a five days' loivc of absence. Kdw -rd A Kraus, of .Vow York, has ..Moo to Camp T,e* to act as a secre ? rv In building No. 3, l^n'ffhts of r ?i urn bus Mr. Kraus has had eon .'1. rnble experience in community .. -V hiving been probation officer <?"* .iitvenile Court. 'i WIFE. THCN FMn<; ' HIS LIFE WITH REVOLVER I !>!rf f'nrnenlcr n< Port Monrnc Dying in l)!x!e Hospital t?s llMlill of Wound Inflicted. fFpee'nl to The Tinier r?ispat< h.l HAMPTON', VA., August 7.?Becom ing enraged at his wife in the kitchen o, slu-ir home in Ilop.^ Street, Phoebus, till-! afternoon. Charles A. Turner, chief carpenter at Fort Monroe, cut her fwrely and then sent a bullet i.ilo hlti II r*? I temple. He is dying in tho Dixie II ispital, while Mrs. Turner is onlv p:.lnfully wounded. Domestic troublos snd the heat of to-day are believed to have unbalanced Turner temporarily. He and his wifo came to Phoebus from Maryland about twelve years ago, and Turner soon became prominent in sev eral secret organizations. The Weather (I'-urnUhrtl oy l'. S. Wrnthnr Itnrcaa.) (lVilerul Niitiitm-r Timr t'sed.) Korecnst: Virginia __ ? ?1* ritliubljf local lliimilrr nliwiTfrs nn?l not no nr.r:n Ttiurs da> i l''rliln)- fair, itllli moderate tem perature. North Carolina? I.<u-;<I thunder oliov eri anil nol no uiirin TIiui'm1ii> t K r I (1 ? ) fair. I.oeal Trill peru til re Yenterduy. 12 noon temperature 102 ;? I'. .M t< ipprat lire 104 :> 1 \ M. ton pcrutini '!?> ;?). ^liMiin t -in rat lire to $ I'. M . . l'"5 Is]iit:iiiwin if-nip'Tjituro to 8 J'. M.. 77 Mt.i'i te;n|' rature yesterday 9'J Nor-:al temperature for tills date. 71) i-j\f huh y? aterday 13 1 ?e!i-iene> since March 1 8:: l>ellcjcn?:> slncu January J 301 I.oral It.nlnfall. Itainfall last twerity-four hours. .Non? J-Ixcosit since March 1 1.-11 Hxcuhs si rue January 1 2.17 J.O'-nl OlmervulionN nt S P. M. Temperature. 'JO; humidity, 52; wind, 1 direction, south; wind, velocity, 7 miles; weather, cloudy. CONDITIONS IX I "I PORTA NT ClTIKft. Tempo r;i lure. Place. 8 1*. M. High. J.ow. Weather. Ashcville .... 7?? '.'i 72 Cloudy Atlanta 88 !'0 7-4 Clear Atlantic ("Sty., 80 10? S Cloudy Ho*ton 7 2 hi! 70 t louily lilifl.llo 7S S'j 7 1 Clear Chatleston ... Ht? :?? 7<4 Clear Chicago ii'I V3 80 Clear I'enver 70 7>J ."it Clear Ha'voston .... y 1 aS 8<i dear llattcras HO H?? 7* clear II ??r> Clear Jacksonville .. Si Clear Kai.sua < ity.. '>1 'jg p. cloudy Montgomery .. :i? \r, 71 clear <.>1 leans. iy Aew York !"? 1m2 82 Cloudy Norfolk '.'I i ? 1 S2 Clear Oklahoma ....102 102 70 p. cloudy Pittsburgh ... 8S 1< ) 82 1' cloudy < Moudy ualeigh '.'2 1'3 - ... St. J.oui"! 62 t?C 78 Clc... Ki.'i Kianeisco. r.H < Clear Savannah . . . . SS 1'5 7fi Clear Ta'npa 8 ?' *4 . 71 P cloudy Waahi net on .. 80 101 78 Cloudy \Vy theville ... u3 70 Itain >! IXIA T L'itl-i A I.M V .V A C. August 8. 1113. m<;n TIDli: Sun rises f. ?! Morning 6:3C Still k?is S.It K-.'enlng 6:54 AMUSEMENTS I ? !ilnr?f Comedy nt I.yrle. O. 0 of the most unique novelties of th?? season, Hop. the Chinese Com e?jy star. and !iis company of Celecti^l jazz musicians i?? among the feat ir* a< ' ? that comprise the now show at tIn1 l.yrtc. ofif.':in^ with 1I10 matinee per "iMtncn today. When the late Sir !l<*n: .* living, touring in China, v/.t :>l.e-| ?ii r.aire the great<st Chinese comedian lie replied: "There is no s'.'cn ' lilng as a Chineso comedian." I.e** ? lop demons: raVs that Sir Henry crrflfd. ?Ii ?nd his slant-eyed J.ir.z artists kee; ? n fiudience in a continual rou.:- of 1 IntiKhl'-r .'or .?? ciuaitcr of an hour. Tli.; -.!t 'iu leal coined f'-ruure of the hil . .owever, will ho "II- P.o. F.k: , t." whlc'i in prcr- nted l;y a company of t.velve i ietty Klsls. sin^i-rp. (J...ireri and rotr. tly pla;ei:?. "Hollo, Kgypt," Is A i>!l!cl:!ri? li.usicai f.?rcc with i.u.ner ? rour Mp< -iaP.ies liit?-rpolatod in th ? ction <>* thr- piece. It is attractively ' Kerry, the Krot; .Man, pr-jl?abl. In- rnf st ??.?idely known contortionist In the w<.r!i', is another intereMlni; a\ ? taction 0:1 the same bill. Coy T> t.-Jcky,- the "Cinnamon Cirl." will con rlbute a lively s nsitif.', dancing an>l ? oni'jdy character number, art! Dean tnd r>? brow, character comedians, have . Jolly knockabout art. New "movies" a;i; lenient the vaudeville bill. DISCHARGED OPERATORS WILL BE REINSTATED Head of Telrxrnpher* Holds Importaee Conferenoo Willi Postmastrr (?I'tirrnl Rurlmon. WAS1IINC;T<?N. Auu'iRt 7.?TJi? C.im ?ner-nil 'J'olepraph"rs' i'r.'on hit vr ually won its li?lit to r-rsir-.i^J the Western Union oflices. It is n. I r.-tooj ?s inembiTi are not to be J.sol argrj '?>r ur.inii afliliat;ons, and th"-.- pre ? iously dis-barged by the fonp'TiV are !.i >... reinst-tted by the company at th ? ?nlT of Poatmaster-dt-ncral L'ur!:-foii. This was the inforniation given to 1 meeting of the local union of th^ Commercial Telegraphers' l.'t.'tn o' \'nerloa by S. J. Koitenkamp, prc.i>1 >? n' f the union, after a long conferencv >vith th- l'ostniaster-i'ieneral. The word spread across the cotintrj ;:i a private message to union leader. v-nt no formal announcement was made. "I cannot discuss the matter," sa;<! "Ir. Konenkamp. ".Mr. I!uriv.-son askei.l hat 1: > statement be given until tin; nal seMlement be made." In a f<.rni.il announcement after the ?onfercnce, Mr. 1 iurleson said. "No final decision lias been r<;ache-l n the matter presented by those rep I'esentatlves, but I have ordered a thor ough investigation throjgh indepen ?'ent sources in order that the com nit'.may not oniy obtain the facts through thiu course, Ijjt may receive ihe benert*. of an investigation by per sons who were in no wise intercated in the controversy." Mr. fturieson stated that as soon .???? those reports were received the policy of the department will *>e determined .tn<l immediate action be taken. I.esson hi Canning. A lesron in canning will be given a' o'clock Friday morning at tin homo ?. mori:;tration j lant. corner of Slsih ami Marshall Streets. Of nil '.he rnetlicinrs In the world, doctors tirescribo calomel most often and depend upon It most universally. There must be a good and sullicicnt reason?what i.-i It? | If you will study !he doctors' hooks 1 voti will find that the medical authori ties prescribe ca'omal lor almost every disease. The reason la that calomel i:< the greatest and only thorough system i purifier. It makes the liver active, drives out the poisons from the etom ? ucb. bowels and kidneys and thereby purifies the blood. Calomel puts tho ? ?ntiro system in the most favorable condition for Nature to exercise her recuperative power. Your doctor will tell you that drugs merely assist Na ture That is why lie prescribes calo mel sc often. The pew kind of calomel, called "Calotabs," is refined and purified from all of the nauseating and dangerous (lualitl'-s of the old style calomel and is rapidly taking Its place, for It is more effective than the old slyle calo mel -as a liver-cleanser and system purifier. One Calotab at bedtime, with a swallow of water?that's all. No nausea, nor tho slightest unpleasant ness. Next morning you awake feeling line?-with a hearty appetite for break fast. Eat what you please?fruits, acids or anj thing. No rcstricy4ons of haldt or diet. Calotabs are sold only In original, aoalcd packages, price thirty-five cents. Ueoornmcndod and guaranteed by drug gists everywhere. Your money back if you arc not delighted.?Adv. Ill] |' RECURS Flil GAS Man Who Took Part in Capture of i antlgny lias XariDtv Ks C6pc From Dentil. FA ft MM It S A H K OKGANIZED Sparks Iron, Kn^ino Sot Fire to Grass, l(urtiii]<r .\rca of Ten Acres. <>tli< r iVcwK .Notes From Various Parts of Virginia. ; ? " -'???' J (-1.filing for bravery ' uiiri- / ."J"'"' c-l"t'xny. the first attack of the Americans* In f'r.inc | without allied asslstnnco, has rJovcrl f.nf'w !e"t,y r,'c,,, Wiis r>;i '?! v? i| in that attack to go hack to his command. ; accord,ng t;. a cablegram received here , by hid brother, John IOfflesby. F#rm?r? OfsnnUr. j iiARrtisoNnuuo. vA. August 7.? farmor.H of ;^;r i r:tc Crvok. who j e time ago applied for :i chatter under \\ i l'-h they could operate a ('hi er..l merchandise Uushio-s. have boon incorporated and aro now oporati.ig at flic Spring Creek station. The char ter calls for a maximum capital of . IC.OOfc and a i: ii .mum of >1.000. The . business i.i ow-.ciJ '.,j sixty stockhold ers ;:no i.? managed by a board of di ! rectors. J. W. Hey., }s president of the organization. s. lleit.-cl. vicc-pres !dent; 1". 10. Win.-, se- rot irv and treas \J ' <rr. "=pnrUs Sri (irnts! on Fire. WT.\"<M ! KSTRlt, VA., August V.?A r. i K from a Ralti.-ii' ru and Uiiio Rail ? ? ?.d engine y-t'tf ,(l:?y aftToyon r'*t :lr. in grass that had dried during ;h? i Intense heat In front of the residence . i'f 'ivjrs>: \\. il.nJdox burning over an ? ilea o. ten acres. The mansion ncusc, ,)a' n .'inc.' other buiVings were in dan ger when firemen arrived and succecd j i-d In keeping 0;<? ilnine* :i ?ay fro;n I valuable pioporty. . .S'?n -V" *VfirU to I'ray. T."l Nt 1 ir!L J'f?, \'A.. August 7.?A" a result of r?<picst from the l,vr.ehburg Ministerial Union, w rl: is being stop ped her*, at noon daily and eituens are ? ?ficring prayer f .; the success f>f al <led arms in France and for worll t>5'c'1 T,l?* effort now is to huv? ?v<*rr ? wheel in the city -top for a few m n* Utfs to afford Silent prayer. This will . Include the str^^t c?irs. Kiel-til I!oc-UInert,nm Mxn Killed. ; HAUltlSO.VUUnn. August 7.-Mr*. iR.bs ?. I.illy, rf MetJaheysville, has vd a rve??.ige from the War D? - 'wrtmi'iit announcing the death of her ?on. Private y.s.-non u. Idlly, |? action J? Jjly lv ,Ic w-as twenty-three y?ar? 'i age and besides his parents is sur ?"'v'i by four brothers Leonard r Willie If.. Prank S and Maleohn a i.nly, and four sist?m, Mivnes T.uey. 1 annie R? Ht'by M. and ArabeSb* T.il|\*'" 'his brings the total number of Rock ingham boys killed to eight. Wnter Fnnilne Thrraffn*. WJ.VCHKSTFR. V \.t August 7 ? * water f?mine Is threatened a- a re sult of the groat Increiso in thr cr.n sumption of water since the beginrinr of the hot wave several days ago, and although the city pumping station i.< working to full capacity It is dlTVjlt to ke? p a supply on hand. Notice w?h given to-day thri unless \\atv?r is con served It will b?? ration'd. A* III I.rave Soon fur France, NCHBUItO, VA., August 7.?Rev. Dr. Austin 11. Conrnd, pastor of Co! ege Hill Kaptist Church, who Is or f? y.-ar s I"?.ve for V. M. C. A. work in 1 r.-.nce. has returned from New Yor": "itv. where he sp.:.,t the month of July n training, having come here for ?, : rief vlrit .vith his family. Dr. C:n -arl goes shortly to Franco an-1 lie wil' !.e in charge of a Y. M. C. A. hut upn.i arrive!. To Make Novelties. TVINCIIKSTER, VA.. August 7. The ? hess'vr Company, of Ealtimore. to day ooened a factory here for thi manufacture of novelties in f?u goods ??uch as pillow-tops, pennant tlajs 'in 1 silk novelties. Receive Nexv nilTpa, IA NCMUbRG, VA., Autrust 7.?Th? 'wo new Stale military companies h^ro have received part of the rifle- nec ? ssary to equip them, the remainder !-eir:g promised in the near future. The companies were f jrmed after th-' National Guard wont to cainp last voa.r. Francis AN'ill Stay at Ivanitalnnka. tBy Aa.sorla.ted Press.] KANDALASKA, RUSSIAN I.APLAND. August i. David R. F'rancls, the Amer ican ambassador to Russia, returned here Monday from the Murmansq re gion. and will remain at Kandalaska pending developments. The allied dip lomatic corps expects to move to Arch angel shortly. GERMAN PRESS IS SOUNDING LOUD NOTE OF PESSIMISM <"nn Srr No Knil to Wir, .Nor I* At motplirre llnpvfiil for Civic ICfiuallt jr. [n>* Associated I'rc.11 l ? LONDON, Au<;ust 7.?Tho despon I dent tone of tho latest German press [common's Is emphasised daily In spe cial dispatches from Holland. A dis patch to the Pally Mali from The tfairuo t(-day includes an cdltorli.1 by ih>! Dusseldorf Naci.richten, which says that nobody looking Into the futuro can se<! an enij to the war. "l'\>r the jgli It 13 true ihat the end I niifcht eorr>e tjulckly." it adds, "It could I only be an end of terror as in Kus j sla." The Vorwaerts, of Berlin, says that events of re<? n; dayr at last have shat tered the illusion, creatcd In innpired optimism, that (Jerri.any is invincible. It says: ' "The German people at last realize the colossal gravity of tho situation. I.et lis hav? courage to admit that an j long as the war is not ended it is not J wen and can be lost." ' The principal North German organ 1 of the majority .S^-uaWsts, tho Buerger j Zeituncr. of Bremen. Mj t; "Black and d.irlc is the hour. The sacrifices ni.ide by the people aro iin 1 measurable, ?nJ those of the fifth year ? of the war will be g'gantlc, but no | refreshing breath of freedom and civic ! equality Mows through ths oppressive ni&ht of our dis :ontent." DEATHS IN VIRGINIA Mr*. Annie C. Wortham. I Mrs. Annie C. Wortham widow of : Charles T. Worthain, one of the most prominent business rnon r>f Rich'noi d. 1 died last nirfht at her homo, 32<> North Hairison r-treet, in *.l>c eighty-ninth ? year of her The funer.*?i v/lll tnke place from the reyldtnco to-morrow 1 morn'ng r ?. 10 o'clock. ! Mrs. Wortham is survived by two ; sons, Colonel T. M. Wortham and Cole man Wortham, of 'his city, and by one ,1.rother. Judge It W. Peatross. of D:m I viile. and by numerous nephews and ' nieces in Richmond. Danville and Car j oline County. Mre Wortham's neph ' e-.vs and grand-nephews will act as pallbearers. ? She was "ormcrly Miss Annie Cole I man Peatross, of Caroline County, and j was widely connected throughout the State. J, XV. IfxirrlKon. Funeral services for J. W. Harrison, ! who died yesterday morning at :<:'0 in ! nis apartments In Momoe Terrace, af | ter an illness of five weeks, will be ; conducted to-morrow morni'ig at 0:?,'? from St. Paul's Episcopal Church. Bur ial will be in Hollywood. Mr. Harrison had been in p->or health for several years, ami hin d**ath was | :U't micxpcctpj. lie wan a native 01 ! Cumberland County. sixty-one years ? old. an<l had mailt' his homo here for jthe last, forty ysars. lie* was presl dent of the Arac'in Coffee Company land one of the owners of the Rich mond (juvno Company, ile is fur I > ived l>y his vife, who wan Min:i May i Kennedy Wlllson, of Uniontown. . | and throe children: Miss Klula Will son Harrison nn.d two boii:; Llcuten :> !i t K.mdvlph Carter llarrlaon, now In the aviation sor\ice of tho United , stales in Fiance, and Captain A. hi. Wiilson Harrison, now at Camp Cus ter. .Mich. AiiruMu* r. Stcln. Augustus P. Stein, or^an-bullder, formerly of N'tiw York, bat fur a num ber of years past a resilient of Ulch j rno'id. died at his residence, 2201 Stua.r | Avenue, at ?? o'elock Tuesday mom in? Funeral services were hold from the rcsideiu'u yesterday afternoon at 2 ! o'clock. The interment was made c I ! Uivervlow. F. Flan.x ington llarker and a quar tet from St. I'anl's Episcopal Church i tendered appropriate music. Alr. Uioitt Is survived by a widow, ^ son, l.co. and daughter, .May, from a previous marriage. A sister. Mrs. Kate Uaportrie, and a brothor. Adam S'um. of Baltimore. A nephew, Edwin A Stein, of Baltimore. attended tho funoral. lie was well known In Rich mond and through the South, wliur*; ho had done organ work for many of tho foremost churches. .Urn. William H. Sntherlnud. Funeral arrangements have been made for Mrs. .Martha .1. Sutherland. I widow of William H. Sutherland, who died at the home of her son, J. Leltoy Sutherland, 1407 Grove Avenue, yes terday a.t 12:45 o ilock. The funeral will take place front the lesidence ot; I Friday afternoon at h o'clock, her | grandsons acting as pallbearers, and the interment will be made at Holly | wood. ' l'esides her sister, Mrs. Mary \V. A brain, of Washington. 1j. C., Mrs Sutherland loaves three sons?W. Uellie, of Washington. L). C.; J. L.cftoy l and irvin L>. Puth'.i land, of this city; ' lliteen trrandchildren and thirteen t great-grandchildren. Mr*. V.'nde Cliajipcll. LiVNCiTBUKC, VA., August 7.?Mrs. Wado Chappell, nineteen years of age, died at her home here Monday, after noon after an illness of several weeks. t Mm. Ij. 31. Hitter. j WINCHESTER, VA., August 7.?Mrs. I Lydla Margaret Hitler, sixty-nine years I old. widow of John W. Hitter, died hero of paralysis. Surviving are three I sons, one daughter, three brothers and ?ne s.'ster, Mrs. Moliie Jones, of Baltl ' more. I Mrs. n. R. Morris. CHAm.OTTKSVU.LE. VA, August 7. ;?Mrs. Ucttle Elizabeth Morris, aged sixty-el.sjht, wife of the late It. Sam Just Once! Try Dodson's Liver Tone! Take No Calomel! Listen To Me! If bilious, constipated, headachy or sick, I guarantee relief without taking dangerous calomel which sickens and salivates. Stop usinp caiomol! It makes you sick. Don't lof>o a day's work. If you ; feci lazy, sluetjish, bilious or concti- I iiatcd, listen to ine! Calomel Is morcury or quicksilver ; which causes necrosis of the bones. Cal- | omel, when it comes into contact with i sour bile, crashes into it, breaking it' up. This is when you feel that awful ! itausca and cramping. If you ari "all knocked out," if your liver is torpid and bowels constipated or you havo neadache, dizziness, coated tonuue, it j breath is bad or sitcnaol' sour. ju;;t tr - a spoonful of harmless Dodson's Liver j To no. Here's my guarantee?C!n to any rtruc 'tore and &et a bottle of Hudson's Liver 1 Tone for a few cents. Take a spoonful to-niyht, and if It doesn't straighten you richt up an.) vsakw you t?'.el fine Mid vigorous by mr>rnlng, I warn you to jio hack to the store und g??t your money. Podson's t-lver Tone la ds ;troylng the sale li calomel l?ccaus?? .t is real liver medicine; entirely vege table, therefore it cannot salivate or make you sick. I guarantee that one spoonful of Podson's Liver Tone will put your slujr (Tish liver to work and clean your 'towels of that sour bile and constipat ed waste which Is clogging1 your system and makitiK you feel miserable. I guarantee that a bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone will keep the entire family feeling fine for months. Give it to your children. It is harmless; doesn't gripe and they like its pleasant taste.?Adv. Clearance White Shoes iSt Sacrifice to rrnko room for fall ?tocks. 200 pairs Toadies' White Canvas M iry QQ., Janes; 11.50 values, ijpcci.il */0\# 200 pairs Ladies' 'White Canvas Rub- QQ? her fooled Oxfords, ?1.50 value. Special 200 pairs Ladies' White Canv?:t Pari* Pumps, his^h covcrcd heels; $2.5o il? I /??V values. Special u>J.?U*/ G. R. Kinney TWO S rOIIES 10 Rant IJronil Street?-SOS Kant Mitln Street. Mnil Orders?IiicIohc V Cent* for I'ostnjve M Point Comfort College Fort Monroe, Va. A Catholic Boarding Preparatory ?School - Courses: Preparatory, Business and High School. LOCATION UNSURPASSED. DEVELOPS THE BOY MORALLY AND PHYSICALLY. Send for Catalog, BROTHER DIRECTOR. uol Morris, of near IUckory Hill, this county, died at 10 o'clock this morning, after a month's illness. 111m Arabella .Inlmcon. i'KTi:i:si;ri:-;. va? Amrutit 7-?Mis* , Arabella J. Johnson p?\ssod away Tuen | day afternoon at h ?r liomo in IJyrno | Street. She was eighty y*ar? of ape, . i. 1 I:; survived l>v several rieph?;ws an<i t>The fiint-i 1 will tal:o place at 1 tho ;;ra vo in JSlandford Cemetery i Thursday af;-raoon. David Dp I.oalcli. j HOyKINS. VA.. Avjgust ?David Do I I,oatch, a^L-d thh ty-one y?virs. who i rti. (! :- ur,.l.iy nU;hl Ii a Norfolk ho. I pital, aft? r being ill for week., ai Camp Lee. w a a burled hero yer.terd.iy nftet ; noon, ilo loaves unu .-sister, Mrs. Annie ; Knight, and one brother, Henry Da i Loatch. *?lrw. I**. .1!. i'oirdL HOY KINS. VA. Aiirusi ".? Mrs. V. M. Powell ?!ic; 1 tlii:; morning. h'lte loaves :a husband. tw ? sons, one sister. Air*. Annie Knight, and one brother, Henry i'o l?oatch. \Ve.?t IiAinpton Citizens to .Tlerf. ' Kketion of ofliecr'-? of thf> Wosithiunp ton Civic Improvement League will take place to-night at an informal , meeting of nirm'uers at the Westhrunp ton School, stop 2Z 1-2, on tho Wcst i hampton car line. A ;*rize will also 1:?: awarded to the committee, bringing: , in tho largest number of new mem 1 bers. Tiie report of tho Kourth of July ; picnic . of the league, which netted ' $-11 22, will be read in detail. This amount has b?rn donated to the lied Cross organization. The meeting will j start to-nii:ht promptly at S:15 o'clock. IF YOU SCPKCR rnn.M .11 V t. A It IA Take llnrsfnnlN Acid Plio*pha(i> ?while convalescent?a teu:?T?oonful in a Klan.s cf water is a spdendid tonic.? Adv. 1 I i I "Tho .Store That Pleases. Second Week of the Big Jones Bros. Inventory Special bargains in genuine porcelain-lined Leonard Clean able Refrigerators at prices which will soon be a thing of the past. 1118-1120 12. Main Street, The Low Rent District. CASUALTIES FEWER 'total of IlrKtoh H*portct for Week 1m n,SCU, SIiown>M Ilrcrraip. f By As'iocliitoi] l'r.-nB 1 LONDON. August 7.? isritlsh canual tles reported in the week ended to day totaled 9.SCC. compared wlih an uccreRate of 12,833 reported In the previous week. These arc divided as fol lows: Killed or died of wounds?Ofllcers, tor>: nten, l.t?0S>. Wounded or missing?Officers, 373: men. 7.7 7 S. IT EMPLOYE W>ll-Known flicet Mftnl AVorkfT IJe xcrlbm rxlierli*tice With New Herbal Treatment. Here Is a story that should bring hope to e-jery man and woman In this r.c- tlon who may be suffering from the effects of disordered stomach, rheuma tism, constipation and othur coastit.u tional disorders. It is t/.ld by Thorny 13. Condr?y. the wed I?known sheet met.il worker for the Du Pont Com pany. who resides at 5(M? Grove Ave nue. Petersburg. This is what he says: "1 was unable to eat. When 1 did I force some food down it would distress ! ir.e so that the pains would well-nigh ? drive me crazy. l;>.-orythlng I ate seemed to sour in my storiAch. .My bowels didn't work at nil. and I was soon afllicted with rhotrmatlc pains In thn back, limbs and joints. "'JJV "1 guess I have trifd about every thing ever put up trying to get relief, hut nothing ever did me a-ny porma uent good until ojie day a Crier.d told m<> about Dreco and how the news papers were full of stories of wonder ful cures brought by this medicine to people right here In my town. I de ! cided I had Roao so Car I might just i as well try one more medicine, so I bought a bottJle of tjiis Dreco. and what was my surprise to find that It i seemed to lie just the medicine I j needed. 1 dovi't know what is In this medicine to <Jo me so much good, but Imagine it nva&t he the i^>ots and herbs. N'o medicine ever gavo me such quick and splendid relief as Dreco has, and I want to ttfll everybody 1 know all about it." There are hundreds of cases just like Mr. Condrey's. People who arc daily | saying. "If I had only knrwn about Dreco befoie what a lot of pain and suffering I would have saved!" | Drcco sltould he in ev^ry household. It is purely* vegetable, safe and easy to take, and its results are prompt and sure. Dreco is sold by good drug stores everywhere, and Is particularly recom mended in Richmond by Tragle Drug Co., 817 E. ltroad Street: Ornnt Drug Co., Rroad ami Sevvnth Streets, an-. Main and Twelfth Streets; Chelf Drug Co., ltroad and Harrison Streets; In Petersburg by E. A. Morrison, and in Hopewell, Va? at George's Drug Store. ?Adv. Thol Old and | Popular Itemed/ for Gout. Uhcumatisni, | " Nine enemy planes shot down today." So run the dispatches from the Western Front. Some one has been at the moat e::ctting "wing shooting" in the his tory of the world; none less thrilling because in grim and deadly defense of outraged Humanity. In this important branch of modern warfare, U. S. Marines take part. The Marines are all 'round soldiers: land, sky and sea. This Three-in-One Serv- / ice is open, to sound-bodied, & quick-witted men between the J ages of 18 and 3G years. Thor- / ough training; and opportu nity for advancement. 1800 officers will be commissioned from the ranks. REGISTERED MEN: Ask your Local Board to let you volunteer. Unregistered men, enlist in the U. S. Marines quickly, while you can. Apply at the M U. S. MARINK CORPS RECRUITING STATION I Tha "tradamfirk" of tha U. S. Marine* 021 Knst Mntn Street, ltlciinioiid, V:?. Tipton |j?\v IliiUillnir. lioti nokn. 22!) K:ist .Mnlii Street, Norfoik. 10 I v < ?,vJ r> V ' . v ;, tv *^*<wa4.vt * ml f: ????