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PiM PALESTINE TOUR
V* ? ?
- American .Jurist lleeeive<l With Ac
clnini by Population of
Holy l.arnl.
I - - "
IR EXPECTK1) IX I'. S. SOON
? Given Cordial Hcci'Mtioii by Office
s of Ri'itish Army of Occupation.
Will Report to Zionist Convent lo i
J- in .Chicago.
t Hv A ?">. t.. toil rro?< 1
??. NE\V YOHK July 31.?-Justice I.oul*
S'D. Hrwndcis. of th< I n ted States Su
prenw .Court. has completed a tour of
'' Pa lest Inc. anil now is on route to I fti i-.
according to work received here to
day by the '/. mist organisation of
America. The .lew sh colon es were
represented :i a "nourishing <. ?ndi
lion."'
Tliq .Amen in i-it st. wlr> .s li-'iior
>' ary head of the /..? ?:t st movement in
this counti*>. a om|.?i, i !>> .'av-. !? I
>. Haas. executive secretary, and l'io
fessofr Alfred y.i::.mer, of th-> I'nlversity
of Wales, a 1 ?>: ;];?. r l?rit;sh foreign
under .secretary. visited Ja'Ta J< ni
salenl. Tel Aviv and m-'re than :\v.-nt>
? Jewish colonies in Judca. tin'.:. ?? and
Samaria.
Arrival of the visitors, it was said,I
was (4io siB.'ia! ? r a public holiday in
^ most of the cities and towns, t lie en
tire population, l.'il 1>> the p ;c: ii rescue
Shomprin. the Jewish lOiist.ili'.i'ary.
marchitiR out to gr?-e t them. iind fetes
and receptions wire held in their honor
The American Zionist medical unit and
hundreds of soldiers from the Jewish
, leiriott participated in the festivities
Efjilaily cordial :t h ,i? said, was the
reception of the Krandiis party by
eers of the rtr'ish army of occupa
tion. Including licm-ruls Shea ami Ed
wards. Sectetar\ I >e H.ir.s reported
that "much was found to <'!icr?urage the
conviction that the league of n.itions
; consenting; the Jewish commonwealth
would begin under favorable auspices
because of the accomplishments of the
present Jewish population."
Justice Brandies, it was said, expected
to reach this country in time to report
to the Zionist convention, which will
open in Chicago September I t
ARREST PETERSBURG NE3R0:
CHAROE HE POSED AS HERO
Officer* Also < In I in Thai lie Itccciteil
Viil from flic Heil
( loss.
PETERSRI.'Rti. VA.. July 31 -Claim-'
ins that be lost an arm and was g:isseri
while fighting in the fnued States'
Army in Prance. James II WiU'ains.
colored, of this eity was arrested to
day. and held for trial Tor faslely pos
ins, a?* a hero, and Obtaining motiev
frorn the Ked Cross nniler false pt-e'
tences- Williams says lie enlisted at
Norfolk, on October t. 1H17. and that
he saw service in France, and lost
his arm in battle. The police. aff?r
clos* questioning, believes the man's
story Is'made up and that he is men- t
tally unbalanced
<nu<3li? Breaking info ItpKldence. |
(?eorge Williams, nccro. from North j
Carolina, was arrested oarlv this'
morning w hile in the act of break inc
into the homi* ?? r ceorge 1, Meredith,
ill St. Matthew Street. In I'eputy l':ty-!
Sergeant lieorpc P.ristin Mr. ' M??! ?'? '
ditli's home was robbed Ttiesila.v after
noon of belonging t?> W'eslev
'Methodist Sunday School, of which M
Mofcdiih is treasurer, and W.lliams is
believed to have committed tho rob- t
hery.
To OrsnnlBC ConnUy ?Club.
A movement is under way to form
. > tin try club in l'etersbu rg. ,\ num- I
!>???? of business ami professiona I men
are ntercHted i? tho matter, and it is
expected that detinite steps wrll so ?it
i>. taken 1<? organize the club. In
vesication as to details is now in
progress.
Will Prnrtlfp nl Itiflc Itxnec.
\ team from the IVtorsburK Urays
will take pan in the National UifUe
.Match. .?t Cardweli, X. .1.. the lattei
part of this month. Arrangements have
i.? .mi made for the ?5rays to practice
and perfect themselves at the Camp
Let I! tie Unnge. from August to 1<'?.
an I Vor the accommodation of the
men n the barracks of the 6"nd ln
fantrv while training. After th<>
training a team from the Grays w:11
bo selected to go to Cardweli.
Colored Mini ltol>li?-d.
While he was :si worse in tlie fie! i
and his wife away n Petersburg. the
home of Henry Mason, a colored far
mer of Sussex County, near Stony
Creek, was entered liy a thief, and $0*>
i:i money, and artf'.oh s of clothing
were stolen. Mason it's asked the
I'etersburs' police to look out for the
thief.
I'hurolt Kohhod.
The reception room at the First Bap
tist Church. was robbed a n;ght or two
ago of a tine drugset. used to eover
t he lion:-. valued at about $7">. Nothing
Little Talks
No. 53
TO LADIES ONLY
The recent rainy spoil
upset t h e old-fashioned
washwoman plans so. that
a great many families sent
their laundry to do the T.
A: K. Rough Dry.
Most all who tried the
plan are so much pleased
they are continuing.
You have no idea how
much better your garments
look and what a comfort it
is to get the laundry on
time?every time.
Why not try us a few
weeks and see?
Phone Madison 4842 or
4843?a T. & E. wagon
will call.
9'2()-0'2S West Broad Street,
J'etersliiirg llraneli. lilt We*t Hank.
Iin|icnpll ITranrh, 51 nrondvwiy.
Women's Apparel?Silk or Cotton Frocks,
Suits and Capes Liberally Reduced
Here are sonic of the specials:
Former $12.75 to $17.ISO
Gingham and
Organdie <?o AO
D-R-E-S-S-E-S. tPGwO
Former to $59.50
na Vy and black individual
CAPES and (J>
DOLMANS
$35.00
Former $20 and $22.50
Voile, Organdie and Cling
d"u-k-^$12.98
Former $40.50 to $59.50
navy and black Serge and
Gabardine
S-U-l-T-S d
Former $29.75 to $35.00
navy and Mack Serge
^A-,M0-S. $19.75
Former $05 to $85 navy
and black individual
dolmans"."'1 $45.00
Former $7.OS to $12.75
good q u a 1 i t y rubberized
R-A-I-N-C-O-A-T-S
for
Former $10 and $12.75
good model, well tailored
K-l l-A-K-l
s-r-i-T-s
... $7.98
Clear Up These Sweater Oddments
A Special Friday Palo of
GIRLS' DRESSES
A group of Wool Slipover Sweaters, in violet and the light tones.
that formerly-sold for $2.08 and $3.9S. Friday $1.50
A limited assortment of Silk or Wool Sweaters, coat and slipover
styles; one of a kind. Ucdiiccd to about one-half.
Main Floor.
, Friday hose special
Women's Black Silk Hose, in
drop-stitch and Ia< e erfects. An
excellent quality stock- (t? i
ing. special at ^
Women's Silk Lisle Hose, in
navy, blue; specially priced
and a splendid value at. .
Women's White and
Stockings, in a real cool
summer weight
Children's White and Colored
Top Socks, in a broken assort
ment of sizes only. Special
at
Main Floor.
59 c
Black
23c
25c
Si/es '* t <? It years;
crl.\ $12.08 to $:L5>K.
for
form
$1.75
About n hundred and twenty
five models in ginghams, lawns,
tissues and P. K. Plain white,
white with colored embroidery,
solid colors and striped and plaid
offects. All attractive styles and
every one an exceptional Friday
bargain.
Extra shoe values for
? Friday
16 pairs only, assort' -n m/'
Women's Black Calf Oxford.- !
Inch military hoi- medium
toe; a good $8.ao <?/? 9C
value
A group of White Canvas Ox
fords, medium toe and comforta
ble heel for walking ; (j>0 ? r
usual $7.00 values. . . .
Ten pairs only. White Buckskin
Pumps, lVa-inch ivory leather
heels; in odd sizes and <? * PA
usual $10 values
Second Floor.
Friday Millinery Sales
id Street Hats
s": $2.98
All Sport, Outing and Street Hats
that were priced to $10
reduced to clear to
A group of Children's Straw
Hats that wore originally priced
at SI.OS to $10.00, now selling
at 10c to $ I.OS.
Stylish, Summer Vogue Hats,
that originally were
priced io now. . . .
Third Floor.
The Finest Store in the South.
of value in the church was taken
This was the second attempt to steal
the drugget.
(?rnrral \>*\*
An outhouse on the premises of \s
sistnnt I**tro Chief Win Miller, on Ter
race Avenue, was destroyed l?y lift?
yesterday.
Harry 1 <e wis. Jr.. left today* 'for
(Charleston. S. ('.. where he lias ac
cepted the position of assistant physi
cal director'on the V. M. A. of thai
city.
The establishment of two largo new
plants for tile manufacture of trunk
am* bags in the city is hut a stop m
the progress of a great or industrial
IVters'jurR. which is now the center
of the groat trunk manufacturing In
dustry of the country.
l>?ck Workers ?t tii I
HAVill-i, .luly 31.?Tiie proposed
lockout on the docks at Havre has he
come operative. 3,500 dock workers be
!ni? affected. The union of emp'oyess
has iiired 300 day laborers to work for
the French quartermaster"' dopait
meni. Albert I'laveilie, Minister of
I'ublic, Works, has called a meeting of
the employers an<l representatives of
the men. to bo held at the Ministry of
Public Works in I'aris today.
RECOMMEND NEW TRIAL
OF EX-PREMIEH CAILLAUX
A t lompy-< ionerit t of l-'rimrc ">lnkri?
on I'nmouK 'I'rcnuin
Cilsv.
PAKIS. July 31.?Trial hy a hi?h
court of JumjiIi Caiilaux. tin- former
Premier, who It.is heen nnd?-r arrest a
year ami a h ilf. ehurg. 'I with having
had t reasona hit- dealings vvith tii?> *????? -
my, is r??cnmntoinlod in I h?? ? -onclusiott >
?>f Tiic ? m|o !<? I .*sr >u \f. A11 ot ney-?;o n -
era: of the republic. M Lescouve's re
port iia.s hcen lllol with the commis
sion of imtuiry. wiii<*li is just elo!;ln>?
its lone' investij;atIon.
It is understood that the Attnrney
<SeneraI llnds no uround for prosecution
of the aoi'uyi'il deputy. I.oitis l.i>u-ta:ot
who was it>vol\<-d with Calllayx, or >f
1'.iuI t'oinhy, the ;awyer, also aecusod
:m i hi- ,-:.i no i'oiiin i'1 Ion.
I'iptnin Mornei. who prosciui^-d M.
l>uval, who w'as sentenced to death
and oxocuted In connection with the
Hon net Rouge case, and Pierre t.enoir,
who also was sentenced to death on a
chiii-go ?>f iradiiiK with the enemy, wi'l
assist M. l,escouvc in the prosecution '
of I'alllaux If the commission of the!
hijjh court adopts the conclusions in
the Attomey-CJencrars report.
ItiiMfr .NnfTrnpe Amendment.
l,!NC(i|,.\. NKL?. July 31 ?The Sen- |
| ate of the Nebraska 1 .egi.-lat ur? today j
l?y a vote of to n. passed h joint '
1 resolution providing for ratification of j
i the federal woman suffrage amend- ;
i:m nr The lower house is expected i
1 to take final act on o.'i the measure by
I Saturday. j
Nominate Samuel Slblc.T.
WASHIN<.;T< ?X. July 31.?Samuel H '
! Sihlev. nf 1'i iou I'oir.: <>?' was noin.- '
tinted liy President Wilson tud*> to
i ho I'd tec! States d'-striet Judge, Nort.ii
ttii IMstr^t of Ut-ors.a.
Our Summer Sale of
FURS
at 20% Reduction
CLOSES ON SATURDAY
You must act quickly if you wish to own a nice
piece of Fur at a great saving.
FO UR QUREAN, TEMPLE & CO.
: Silver Security
?
n Are you going away for the summer? Your
1 silver will be carefully protected in our Safety De
b posit Vault. There will be no charge for calling for.
jj or delivering your trunk or case of silver.
i
I ! Your | . | Capital
u ! Protection 1 . $150,000
n i ' !
B
?2
| W. Fred. Richardson
Security Storage Company
&
K (Incorporated)
S
Main and Relvidere Streets. Phone Randolph 813.
GRAND \
OPENING
Today and Saturday
U. S. WOOLEN
MILLS CO.
Broad Street, Corner Sixth
During our Grand Opening we
are offering every garment in t.he
house at WHOLESALE PRICES,
to introduce to the folks of Rich
mond this fine, hig CLOTHING
STORE.
This offer is only for a short time
?so it will pay every man to
think of his future Clothing needs
and act quickly.
The best designers and tailors de
vote their time to the production
of the garments we sell?direct
from mill to man?at prices lower
than other merchants have to pay
in the wholesale market.
Souvenirs to All
A Leather Pocketbook will be
given FREE to every adult visit
ing our new store during the
opening.
Advanced Fall Styles
? ?Plenty of newness
?Big variety already shown
?Come, view them at your leisure.
Anticipating advancing* prices, we
planned bountifully for the fall, and we
are today displaying1 marvelous assort
ments and extraordinary values in one
button, two-buttons, plain English,
high-waisted, half-way belt and belted
all around styles.
U.S. Woolen Mills Co.
World's Largest Clothiers and Tailors
Broad Street?Corner Sixth.
OPEN LATE TONIGHT

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