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Mra. Herbert W. Jackson, her daugh
ter, MIuh Evelyn H. Jackfion, and Mrs.
Jackson's mother, Mra. 10. E. Mointt.
have returned to Richmond, after hav
ing been entertained In Washington
and at Qoantico by the Secretary of
the Navy and Mrs. Josephua Daniels.
The Secretary of the Navy and his
party, which includod llfteeu guests,
made the trip from Washington to
Quantloo in a spccial yacnt and at
tended t>he regimental review and ban
quet given there. The party was also
entertained at luncheon and dinner in
Washington, with a number of distin
guished guests in attendance.
Marriage Announced,
Mrs. Sue R. White haB Issued cards
announcing the marriage of her daugh
ter. Marion Jrenc, to Maury Mitchell
llobson. United States Navy, the cere
mony having taken place Friday. Auk
list 30, in Richmond. Mr. and Mra.
llobson will be at home at ?> North
Davis Avenue.
W i na to iv?Bon rgeo la.
Mr. and Mrs. T. Anderson Bourgeois,
of Estellvllle, N. J., announce the mar
rlago of their daughter, Roberea Ks
telfe. to James Meriwether Winston,
son of Robert L. Winston, of this city,
the ceremony having been performed
in the Bellevue-Stratford Hotel, Phil
adelphia. at f? o'clock September 0. the
Rev. Hemingway, of Camden. N. J.,
officiating. Only "members of the fam
ilies and a few intimate friends %were
The bride was given in marriage by
his" father and wore a gown of white
crepe do chine, trirumed with old lace.
A reception followed 'the ceremony.
The groom, who is a graduate of Vir
ginia Military Institute and the Uni
versity of Glasgow in naval archltec
iturc, now holds tho position of assist
ant manager of the Sun Shipbuilding
Company, of Chostcr. I'a., anp i* 'J
member of the American Society of
Naval Architects, the Engineers Club
of Philadelphia and Kappa Alpha l ra
Mr and Mrs. Winston, after return
ing from their trip to the Pacific Coast,
will be at homo In the Ksaex. Thirty
fourth and Chestnut Street, after Oc
tober IS.
Of wide interest is the announcement
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. GlUet of
the marriage of their 'laughter, Mima
Drysdale Uillet. to Lieutenant Albert
Gilmer Martin. United States Navy,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Martin,
of Alberta. Canada, which was cele
brated in Washington Saturday. Sep
tember 7. Mrs. Martin has lived in
Newport News since childhood. Lieu
tenant Martin has Just arrived in this
country from duty in European waters
and is expected to leave shortly for
Back From the North.
Mrs. John 1* Grubbs and her daugh
ter. Virginia, who have been spend
ing the summer with the former's
mother. Mra. VHale. In Brooklyn. V V.
have returned to Richmond with jlr.
Orubbs. The}" returned by way of
Bethlehem and Hlllertown. Pa., whero
they have bten entertained by friends
and have been motoring through tnc
mountains en route for this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Eppa Hunton, Jr.. ar.d
their aon, Eppa Hunton. IV.. have re
turned to Richmond, after an extended
Mrs Otis F. Bland, wife of Congress
man Bland, of Washington, has re
turned to her home, after a visit to
Mrs. Wellford Brockenbrough. of -11
North Granby Street.
Mrs- Charles Fox Graham, of Nor
folk. I? the guest of .her mother. Mrs.
Kate M. Pollard, at 327 North Harri
son Street.
Miss Jftssla Bailer, of Baltimore, u
visiting Mrs. Kato M- Pollard at hor
home here.
St. George R. Fitzgerald and M^ps i
Vettie Fltznugh. of Fredericksburg, are
at Rueger's Hotel since thc-ir return
from Buffalo Lithla Springs.
Lieutenant Richard H. Ryan, for- j
merly of the Norfolk Ledger Dispatch,
who recently received his commission
at Camp Gordon. Ga., has returned to
Camp Perrr, Ohio, after a. ten days
furlough apent with Virginia friends- |
An Important meeting of Ladies' Aux
iliary. Ancient Order of H
Division No. 2, will be held Friday
evening at 8:lf> o'clock in the Catho
lic Woman's Club. IS South Third
Street. All members are asked to at
Tire Woman's Benefit Association of
the Maccabees Auxiliary of Red Cross
will hold Its regular meeting with
Mrs. O'Neil. Sll North Ninth Street.
thiH afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. A!1
Maccabees are invited to attend.
Richmond Organisation Chooaea Rep
rmrntntlvn to Stnte Convention
to Be Held "Next Month.
Delegates elected yesterday afternoon
bv the Richmond United Daufihters of
the Conf&dfiiK-v to attend the conven
tion of the Virginia division, which
will he held in the auditorium of the
Jefferson Hotel October 4-S arc as fol
' Mrs N. V. Randolph. Mrs. C. W. Mas
sie. Miss Lucy Munford. Mr*. J. G. Cor
Icv. Mrs. Archor JHchardson. Mrs. B.
K' Blenner, Sirs. Randolph Watkins.
M1fs Nellie Snence. Miss Nellie Uarth- ;
richt. Mra. Newton McYciph. ?
T White. Mrs. John Bauer. Mrs. t.harles |
Norman. Mrs. Taylor Kllyson. Mrs. |
Grass wit, Mrs. Walter Christian. Mrs.,
<5 n Drewrv. Mrs. Nelson Powell. Mrs.
C li. Bollirie. Mrs. J. P., *'5%n*irean.
Mrs W. W. Foster. Mrs. L. \ Ander
<lire Mrs. P. A. Brown. Miss Lula Car
do^! Mrs. W. R. Vawte;-. Miss SallleAU
Anderson, Mis* Katherine Evans, M?s. .
U V; Dew. Mrs. F.ugcne Currnn, Mrs.
Laugh ton Nuckols. Mrs. A. R Lander
kin Mrs. W. B. Bradley. Mrs. W JJ.
Newell. Mrs. Stephen Bevcridgc, Mrs.
^mJs. NoTma'n V. Randolph, president
?f the Richmond chapter, U. u. *?<
and general chairman of
t,0n' ^ldB in'" eel "lla ^st'rday
Wolrnoon for the -SO of naming
delegates andjhairn. u of committcs
Baker Dtinn.
BRISTOL. VA.. September 11?naKer
T)unn acerl fiftv-four. a veteran Nor
Volk and Western
died at his home in Abington. A <v?
Monday following a stroke of J**?*- "
?ls. Ho was unmarried, but has many (
relatlven In this section.
! Wilson Farmer.
I ii.?Wilson Farmer, a well-Vnojvn cui
1 B?M,TyH'in.oxUTiln 8ICM-S font M*~\\
?en of CuroUne County, died at his
I home after an illness of three ? ceks
1 with typhoid fever. Mr. FariuCr was
siyly years of age.
John M. Mart*.
I TTATIRTSONUURG, VA.. September 11.
??John M. Mart*, a Confederate vet
. fran. died last night at his home near
Hupp of heart trouble. He was sev
enty-two years of age.
Mlaa Rebecca Anp March.
. WINCHESTER, VA.. September 11.
?Miss R.*hecca Ann March, seventy
'.five years old, died Tuisday following
a long illness. Ono brother, James M.
?;Xlarch,' isurvivcs.
Pfplc to Report for Dnty.
' Orders to report for duty have been
f, received by O. A. peple, Jr., of this
IIcity, who enlisted In the avation school
On July 22. Mr. Pople, of Roland Park,
<whO Is just twenty-one, is a graduate
I of the John Marshall High School of
i.the 1916 clans. He entered Virginia
'Polytechnic Institute and graduated
last June as captain of Company C.
jHe took one month's training nt
IPlattsburg last summer and \fras rec
ommended for a commission in class
A. He will report at Princeton, N.
iJL. September 7 for entrance to the
iviation achool.
, ? '
[{ Raa^rHa of people are finding lout
?rtlelea. every ?y, wMek they would
V* ***< to retire to tao rightful *wi
WM* y?? looo anythlog wnt a
Met* A4 U The Ttaaea.-PiapsHdu '
Training Petachmcnt Completes Two
Months' Course at Htato
Fair Grounds.
Eight Hundred Young Men Impress
Spectators by Interesting Parade
Through Principal Streets of City.
Great Crowds Applaud Them.
Governor "Went more land Davis, of
Virginia: Mayor Alnslle, of Richmond:
Senator Sutherland, of West Virginia;
Adjutant-General Stern, and other of
fice? of the Virginia State National
Guard; Colonel John P. l.eary. and a'-v
eral n.embers of Governor Davis's staff,
and many others, ritundlng in >\ f|Hg
draped booth on the old Ford lot yes
terday afternoon at 6:30 o'clock. In'the
midst of a great throng massed along
the r'ity Mall and other convenient
I plares, reviewed the sno West Virginia
troops of the Second United States
Army Training Detachment. Hlchinond
Schools, which will leave the Kali
Grounds to-day for active service with
? other unitH of the army, having cotn
I pleted the two months' course, to make
j room for the third detachment, which
, will come to this city immediately
The parade left the Richmond Fair
Grounds at 4:1.1 oVlork. and reached
the Ford lot about f.:30. The four
(Companies under the command of Cap
> tain A.lrott Karrar KIwell. marched
down Broad Street hy City Hall, whpre
the flags of the allies floated over the
street: and while the band played "Over
There' and other martial airs, the
parade passed in review before the
Governor, circled the lot and returne/i
to the Kair Grounds, where Senator
Sutherland briefly addressed the vounz
| West Virginians.
Resides the four companies there was
: a long line of motor trucks and a good
many floats to indicate the nature of
! the work ilone by the men who have
: been stationed at the Kair Grounds.
There was the blacksmith Htrlking the
{iron while it was hot: the radio stu
dents. with their batteries snapping
i along the street; the carpenters, and
j the big paddle wheel that makes the
! ship and airplane move; and every float
was decorated with the flags of the
i allies and such inscriptions as "To Ber
lin in 1910." ? On one float, riding high,
was "Dotit," .the monkey-mascot of
the school.
At the Fair Grounds, after the
parade. Senator Sutherland, of West
Virginia, praised the boys of his na
tive State for their sturdy younst man
hood and patriotism, and then exhorted
them to. assuring them that he was
confident they would, uphold the dig
nity of the daughter State of the Old
Dorninjon. on whose soil they had been
for two preceding months schooling
themselves for battle with the dis
honorable Hun. He gpoka to them of
their homes and told them that, while
tho?<? "back there" were expectini?
them to do their best for America in
this conflict, they in the cainps were
expecting that those at home should
never be disappointed in them when
it earner to defending their inalienable
rights against a ruthless foe.
Senator Sutherland addressed the
boys from the same position that Gov
ernor Cornwell, of West Virginia, oc
cupied when he spoke to the members
of the first, detachment before they
went to Join other units of the service.
As scheduled, the parade, under the
command of Captain KIwell and the
adjutant. Lieutenant Charles C. Hop
kins. loft the Kair Grounds at 4:45
o'clock and marched out the Mermil
I age Road to Meadow Street; along
Meadow Street to Franklin. There the
'formation transformed from a colorun
of squads to a column of platoons. The
' line of marih followed Franklin to
I Belvedere, where it swung into Broad.
From that point the marching column
That's the woman's dread when she
gets up in the morning to start the
day's work. "Oh' how my back aches."
| GOLD MKDAIz Haarlem Oil Capsules
taken to-day ease the backache of to
) morrow?taken every day ends the
! backache for all time. Don't delay.
What's the use of suffering'.' Begin
taking GOLD MKDAL Haarlem Oil
j t'apsules to-day and be relieved to
I morrow. Take three or four every day
'and be permanently free front wrencn
. ing, distressing back pain. But be sure
to get GOLD MKDAL. Since 1650
| GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil has been
; the National Remedy of Holland, the
j Government of the Netherlands having
granted a special chartcr authorizing
'its preparation and sale. The house
| wife of Holland would almost as seon
he without bread as she would without
her "Real Dutch Drops." as she
[quaintly calls GOLD MKDAL Haarlem
<>il Capsule*. This is Ihe one reason
I why you will find lh?> women and chil
j dren of Holland so sturdy and robust.
MKDAL are, the pure, original
Haarlem Oil Capsules imported direct
i from the laboratories in Haarlem. Hol
xrD-r sure to get GOLD
MKDAL. Look for the name on every
box Sold by reliable druggists in
sealed packages, three sizes. Monev
refunded If they do not help vou. Ac
"f" only the GOLD MEDAU All
All others are Imitations.?Adv.
Oklahoma Lady Ilad Dreadful
Time Before Finding the
Right Itemed j?Black
Seward, Okla. ? Mrs. Annie Bowl
j by, of this place, says in a letter
[written for publication: "I have
i used Black-Draught for two years,
; or more, and will never cease to be
grateful for what it did for mo and
j mine.
Some time ago my mouth broke
out with blisters. I had a vile taste
in my mouth, all slick and disagree
able. T seemed to have a great deal
of inward fever. I suffered with my
back and kidneys.
I was so nervous, it was dreadfuL
I would almost cry?I suffered so.
T had gas on the stomach and pains,
but, aB I said, the pain and . . . trou
ble was most severe. I had the
doctor artd used several medicines
without result.
Still hurting and suffering, I
began to use Thedford's Black
Draught, making it into a tea, and
using a teaspoonful dose at a time
in hot water. I gradually got better,
my liver began to act, the fever
went down and I have never had any
more trouble of this kind.
There is n<J other medicine so
good as Black-Draught."
You will say that, too, when you
have given Thedford's Black
Draught a trial.
It is a good medicine.
Buy * package to-day.
All druggists sell BJack-DTWSbU
continued along Broad Street until
ufter It passed In review before the
Governor. It then filed down Twelfth
Into Capitol Street: then Into Grace,
along which it returned to the Fair
The stand from which the review
^'aH? wade was patrolled by memberu
of Company B during: the time It was
occupied by the reviewing "party.
Company A wan under the command
of lieutenant. Donald D. Mulhorn; Com
j pany B. under lieutenants Carl Helm
land Walter R. Pennington: Company
| < . under lieutenants Karl C. Wctten
' gel and Newton II. Hess, and Company
D. under lieutenants Benjamin D.
, Winner and Iionel F. Phillips.
Among the others who viewed the
parade from the Cloveruor's stand were
* olonel Leroy Hodges. Major Joseph
l-e Masurler, Colonel Dempsey, Colonel
W. M. Scott, Colonel W. B. Powers and
Colonel David Deakc. the Governor's
chief of staff.
Without doubt, the most Interested
spectator of the proceedings of the
; afternoon was a distinguished-looking
liuln gray-haired woman, whose eyes
, swelled with pride as the column came
into view with Captain Elwell at its
; head, for she was the mother of the
commanding ofllcer and had Journeyed
all the way from her home in Boston
i to bid her son's troops farewell. Mrs.
1 lOlweii js the mother of still another
| captain In I'nrle Sam's army. He is the
twin brother of the commanding officer
, of the K:tlr Grounds' detachment. He is
. at present In the thick of the flght
! ing. When this son was about to leave
for the ftGhting front his mother saw
his troops pnsn in review. Following
jthe parade yesterday she paid a very
| high compliment to the command of
: her son, who has done such splendid
j work in Richmond. She said: "These
West Virginia boys seem to have the
! same steady swing, the same determi
? nation and the name soldierly air of1
I confidence in themselves and In their
i cause as did the men my other son
was leading, and those men had been
training for eight long, strenuous
months of con stint military drill. Of
course there was a difference, but when
' one realizes that these men have drill
! ed only three hours a day for two
months It Is almost inconceivable that
ihey should have passed the reviewing
?V '1 looking every Inch like veter
.'? story of the parade would not he
] complete without a mention of the
, two mascots of Company B. Sergeants
, "Shine" and "Boots." They are the
two little black dots who gave such
ia splendid military exhibition drill on
Labor Day. Wherever B Companv
? noes. Sergeants "Shine" and "Boots"
are sure to go. When the company
went to the Business Men's Club for
dinner and the trucks began to deliver
the loads of soldiers, little "Shine"
.and "Boots" bobbed up out of a clear
white sky. They were at the theater
party at ythc Lyric. And when the pa
I tade mofed out of the grounds to-day
they were found marching along in
the position sergeants inarch In. The
way Jn which they carried their rifles
and stepped out brought rounds of
laughter and of applause as well from
the spectators lining the streets.
Company C of the detachment wa?
entertained at dinner last night at the
business Men's Club. The same spirit
which has characterized the farewell
dinners of the other companies of the
detachment wns in evidence.
Following their banquet, the men
attended th* second performance at
the I?yric Theater, where an ontlre
section was reserved for them. Pic
tures taken at the Labor Dav tourna
ment werts shown at the theater.
| Few of Men Who Participated Had
Heen In Training More Than
Sixty l>ny*.
fAMP LRK, VA.. September 11.?
Civilians and soldiers in excess of
number of soldiers that passed the re
viewing stand witnessed the review by
Brigadier-General Charles A. Hedekln.
coinrnanding general, of 5.000 troops
from the Infantry Replacement and
Training Camp this afternoon. It was
the first review of troops held here
since 40.000 men passed before Assis
tant Secretary of War Croweii and Ma
jor-Oeneral Chamberlain the latter part
of May. Shortly after the departure
of the. Thirty-seventh Division, which
participated in that review, the camp
was turned into a replacement tamp,
and accordincly there are no regi
ments, brigades or similar units which
have men developed sufficiently to be
The review began at 6:40 o'clock in
the afternoon, and was complete in
thirty minutes. Few of the men who
passed the stand had been in camp
more than sixty days. Their showing
for so short a period of training was
considered excellent by military men.
The majority of the men were appar
ently twenty-one year old youths who
have been called to the colors since
their registration in June. They
passed tho stand in platoon formation.
Once past the reviewing party they
broke into double quick, then formed
into fours and passed off the field.
The entire reviewing party was
mounted With General Hedekin -were
Colonel Tayman. the commanding offi
cer of the Replacement Camp, and
Colonel Michlin. who commanded the
review. Others in the party included
various staff officers.
flat r Increase Dented.
I By Associated Prcs?.)
WASHINGTON, September 11 ?The
Interstate Commerce Commission to
day denied a petition of carriers to
increase the rates on lrrm products 3
cents per 100 pounds rrom the Fits
burgh district to Newport News.
Read the Want Ada h>-day. They
are fall of Interesting offer lugs from
hundreds of people.
Thousands of Women
Will Register
Surprise and delight at the new
arrivals of MODEL and PAT
TERN Hats at JONAS'.
Hundreds of Hats have been
arriving during the past few
days fresh from the Fashion
Marts of New York.
The newest conceits in Fashionable Headwear for Fall and
Winter are being shown?truly a wonderful display.
?and the big daylight "Store Beautiful" enables you to choose
just the right color to match your Suit or Dress.
Prices Begin at $4.98 and
Rangfe All the Way Up to $35
of Quality
( anil Only.
9 A. M. to
s r. M.
to U r. M.
116 East Bmd Street.
Fourteen Branch Store*
I/earn to Recognize It on the Inst&nt, and Refuse to
Accept Substitute*-?Insist on Getting the
Genuine Acid Iron Mineral.
Miss Victoria Var
ney of Shock, Ky., says
that she was entirely
cured of catarrh of the
head and kidney trou
ble by taking A-I-M,
an?l she Is glad to
recommend it to all
who suffer with the
above diseases, as she
wants them to feel as
well as she doesl
W. II. Bowep, of
Belhavcn, X. C., suf
fered with catarrh of
the stomach and indi
gestion, but after tak
ing A-I-M is entirely
well, and now says
that "it is the best
remedy given to tho
human race, and, I
cannot praise it too
If you are now suffering with any diseases at all
of blood, kidneys, or stomach, you need this great
remedy of nature itself. It builds up tired, worn
out people, rejuvenates sick stomachs, relieves
kidneys that are overworked and Bick?in fact, you
cannot find a remedy that will do you aa much good
as Acid Iron Mineral.
Thousands of genuine testimonials that came
to ns unsolicited tell how sick people have been
made entirely well by A-I-M. In the majority of
letters the writers are glad to have us use their
names so that others who are suffering may be
helped to health and happiness as they have been.
Do not think that Acid Iron Minoral is a patent
ed medicine, because it is not?it's a remedy sup
plied by naturo herself, and it is free from alcohol
or other harmful drugs.
A-I-M is sold by all drug storos and general
stores for 50c and $1.00 a bottle, on the basis of
satisfaction or your money back. Go to-day and
get a bottle?you take no chances because you can
get your money back if you want it. If your dealer
cannot supply you. Bend to Ferrodine Chemical
Corp., Roanoke, Va., Manufacturers.
/ .
Calotabs, th*1 new harmless and nau
gcaless calomel, may now be obtained
It almost any good drug store. As a
iver-cleanser and syAtem-puHfler the
new calotabs are even more effective
than the old style calomel, yet there
is not the slightest danger, nausea nor
One calotab at bedtime, with a swal
low of water, that's all. Next morn
ing you awake feeling fine, with a
hearty appetite for breakfast. Eat
what you please, fruits, acids or any
thing. There Is not the slightest dang
er nor interference with your work.
Calotabs are sol<) only In original, seal
ed packages, price thirty-five cants,
rotxr drugfflst will rctand your WW'
If ton k*e> not dsHghtid-ifte recom
mends ttwm, Aihi? {
Law School
Richmond College
L/cctnres in Afternoon 5 to 8
In Administration Building on Brp&d,
ittween Ryland and Lombardy Streets;
are planned to me?t war conditions;
especially for Richmond buries# men;
and begin September 27. For cata
logue and Information, fippiy to
President F. W. BMtWt%ht.
Rlohmoftd, Va.
B?IUni? Md.
Ten Members of Dock, Hirer ami
Harbor CommUtco Will
Go to Boston.
Asks Reports From Heads of Alii
City Departments?Chairmen andj
Subchairmen Appointed?Only One 1
Change in Time of Meetings.
In order ^th?t the Dock. River and ;
Harbor Committee of the City Council
might have sufficient funds with which
to defray their expenses at the Atlan
tic Deeper Waterways Convention,
which convenes in .Boston next week
for four days, the Advertising: and En
terprises Committee in session last
night adopted a resolution transferring
$300 from Its contingent fund to the
fund of the Dock. River and Harbor
Committee making the fund altogether
$650. or ?65 for each of tho ten dele
It was pointed out by Alderman Ord
way Puller, a member of tho Dock,
River and Harbor Committee, that the
appropriation of |I>0O made by the City
Council for*thls purpose was inade
quate because of the advance in rail- I
road fare and other necessary incidctt- ;
tain since the'appropriation was made.1
Tho delegation is to use tho amount or
as much thereof as is found necessary, 1
and the Council is to reimburse tho
Advertising and Enterprises Commit-,
tee when the delegation presents item- |
iaed statements of their expenditures. 1
The committee could not wait for |
action by the City Council, In view of
the fact that members are planning to
leave for Boston the latter part of this
week or the first of next week in order
that they might reach that city in time
for the opening day of the convention.
I Refore th6 joint committee on revi
! sion of ordinances to conform to char
ter changes takes any definite stops,
I nil department heads In the city gov
ernment, including the City Auditor, the
'Tax Collector, the Treasurer and the
heads of the Police and Fire Alarm De
; partments will be requested to submit
i to City Clerk Alfred H. McDowell a
I 1 :
list of the names of all employees
under them with tho salaries that they
are paid. When thesis lists shall havo
been placed In the hands of the clork.
tho chairman of the committee will call
a special meeting, at which a beginning:
toward the framing of suitable ordi
nances and repealing of "dead timber."
at? Subchairman Puller expressed it.
will be inude. This request to depart
ment heads 'and other ofllcials was au
thorized by tho adoption of a resolu
tion to that effect brought forward by
Mr. Puller. It was decided by the com
mittee that all future moetlngs would
be held subject to the call of the chair
All tho committees which reorganized
Tuesday night met yesterday afternoon
and last night and elected their chair
men and subchalrme.n for the ensuinjc
term. W'ilh the exception of the change
of tho meeting of the Advertising and
Enterprises Committee from tho fourth
Wednesday night of every month to
the fourth Monday night, no changes
iu tho time of meetings were made.
(.'If AIII MI'.N AND Mt'BfH Allt >1HV
The following chairmen and sub
chairnien of tho joint committees of
the new Council were elected:
Streets?Aldermen Ordway Puller,
chairman; Councilman \V. E. Sullivan,
Finance.?Alderman Barton H. Grun
dy. chairman; Councilman C. A. Beaton,
ordinances?Aldorrnan Marx Gunst.
chairman: Councilman Edgar D. Eng
lish. subchairman.
Public Buildings. Properties and Util
ities?Councilman Claude L. liatklns,
chairman; Alderman Artnur G. Nelson,
Dock. River and Harbor?Alderman
Lawrence Paul, chairman; Councilman i
Jefferson Powers, subchairman.
Claims?Councilman John \V. Moore, |
chairman: Alderman \V. Stuart White, |
Advertising and Enterprises ? Presi
dent Ft. Eee Peters, of the Common
Council, chairman: President \\". H.
Adams, of the Hoard of Aldermen, sub
Special committee on revision of or
dinances to conform to charter changes
?Councilman John E. Hose, chairman;
Alderman Ordway Puller, subchairman. j
Soothe Your I
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Children's School Shoes
Growing Girls' School
Shoes, low heels,
$1.98, $2.49,
Boys' School Shoes,
solid soles; variety of
$1.98, $2.49,
Misaes' and Children's School Shoes,
$1.25, $1.69, $1.98, $2.49
G. R. Kinney Co., Inc.
808 E. Main St.
10 E. Broad St.
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pure water is used.
Nothing ia it
mar the finest fur
niture or injur* UM
daintiest fabric*.
daintiest fabric*.
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Powdered SOAP
Ask Your Grocer For It!
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Many n man found kl| ?p*srtuittT
In ihr "Ftpalnena Opporiuqltitu'' 'Ada U
1 The Timca-plsputch.
/~\UR autumn glove sto<*$c
^ ia now complete and,
considering the difficulty
of obtainiug shipments
from overseas, we take
pride in our assortmeifjt
of imported French Kftl
Gloves. Lovely quail
ties, exclusive styles and,
of course, they are Cerii
temeri Gloves. Need we
say more except suggest
early inspection?
"Santa Anita," $2.25,
1 *
"Alberta," $2.50. *
"Florine," $2.75.
They know that Swift & Company must have its
branch houses run at the highest notch of usefulness; that
even a Swift & Com; any branch house won't run itself, and
that it is up to the branch house man to run it properly.
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Any branch, house man who doesn't see his work
in this light is transferred to some other place with
Swift & Company to which he is better adapted.
They are picked men, these branch house men. Every
time you sit down to a steak or chop, or cut of roast,
you can give a grateful thought to the whole crew of them. /
Swift & Company, U. S. A.
Richmond Local Branch, 105-9 Union Street ?
A. F. Fflubacher, Manager
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The Branch House Man
This is one of the Swift & Company Branch House Men.
They are all pretty much alike in the way they feel
toward their work?and that is what this ad is_about.
They know that most people couldn't get such good
meat promptly and in good condition if it weren't for the
branch houses of which they are in charge. f
They know that the branch house is one of the most
important links in the chain of preparing and distributing
meat for a natioa
And remember, in a general way, that everything that
makes life smoother and more convenient for you is
the result of the thoiightfulncss and effort of a lot of
people of whom you have never heard. ^

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