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% ?*** rip ?< r ^111 $ % -ftf* ? m,,< . ?> f%fi' u \ ?.?v I '> Miss Margaret Powers and Mlse Kutherlnc Valentine, w !i? have }>e< n spending some t iti??- ul I ho Warm Springs. have returned to lib htiioiul Miss I'owers ami Miss V.tlentino. who loft hero the latter part of .luiic. have been much eiitcrlainci hoth ut the Warm and Mot Springs. At "Ivy rilir." .Mrs. David Tucker Hrown ;t ltd If* r children have boon spending the pint month with .1. Thompson I town aiul his family at their home, "Ivy ?Mill." in Bedford County. Mr:- Hrown .in?i her children spent sonic time in Rich mond with the former's mother, Mrs. William U. Trie's, at Monro,- Terrace, lieforo leaving for liedford Miss KImIu I ngra m. of Ub hmond. Is also a truest at "Ivy foj' a sta\ of several weeks. J olinMitu-Klalicr. Among the summer events of Church II:)! was tin marriage of Miss l*r?nue? Arletm Fisher to Charles l*ewis John son. which look place at the home of t no bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs Gregory W. Fisher. I'OOJt Lib by Tor "ace, on las' Thursday at lo:.;o o'clock. The house was artistically deco rated with palui;'. fern.-, gludiolas and s-iaded candles In sll\?-r candlesticks, n color scheme o:' pink an*l white be ing varrK <1 out. The ceremony was performed by Ucv. R II. Tarleton. of the Presbyterian Church. and the Wedding M;;rc!^ was rendered by Professor Kmest t'osby. The bride. who was given in m-?r r aee by her tatlier. wore dark-hlu tailored suit and ha! to mutch and carried a houcjuet of white roses. Il'.r bridesmaids were he sister. M!.?s Vivian Fisher. and 111 * ? sl.-I'-r o! the groom, Mis? Avery Johnson, who wore dainty frocks of" white organdy and curried shower t>ou<|ueti ? f pit k roses. Her sister. HI i/ribel li Kir In a^ flower cirl. wore'a auwn o! pink org and.. ami earrlrd a I-"ren< h basket of roses The r:ng wbb carried In a white rose l?y little Margaret Fisher. \v:io wore .1 frock similar to that o? the flower girl. The groom had a.i best man P red Anderson and the groomsmen were John Blanton. * T Roberts and Wil liam C lioodmali. Following the ceremony a reception ?* as held and the punch h'i-.'.l was pre sided over bv M-- .1 H Hollor'n Later Mr. and Mr? Johnson left r,)f a i wo w.--eks" Northern tour to N<>w VorK. Philade'ph a and \ ' ;a n tic r~.<y ' >n their return thrv will be at notne .m :.*<?>:? Llbbv Ttr-aVe. Out-of-town were nnrt Mrs IT. P. Plsher. Mrs <; K Klsher Misses .lulia and Harriet I'lsher. of N'rw Kent County. Mrs '/<-.<? ' '. ?? Klliut. of Rnwlinc Green: Mis.?> Mar J. Ivlward-, of King and Queen; Mrs A. T Roberts, of Newport News To Travel In thr WrM. Miss Marie M< isol. of Stuart Avenue, and Mittti Lucy Ann Tuytor, f Llartoti IP itleft y? ! r Willsall, Mori , where the y >v i i i v)":nl i year y.ith .vlrs. Keitli Mi.MukId, Km ro.Jte they will tttop in \\ a ;:ini;' ?ii ?'anion, Olilo, a:;d Chicago. r ?? . will visit relatives and friends They ?' !l not return to Klcha-.omt uritil ;h -.f next year, and e*peo? 1 . \ i> ? > 'a ;iforn;a. Yellowstone Park atci T.-.<aS on the return trip. \ IkIi i iin Mere. I if: v. f>r. William Torranc.-. of Muncie, 'ii|. acornpatii'd by hi: ilriugr.te: Ml.?s ''athi-rlne Torrance, profess.of l.atln in A^-rif-r' S->ott Coll' ge. !.??? Mtur. ? la., at.il M'ss Mary Torranor-. clt> ihr.ir:an of Munlce a ?r th< of ? '.iptain anti Mrs \\*. T Williamson oil tin Petersburg Pike. \iin?i?l^ lurnhol. ? >n< of the n:o:j! at trac.. ve f' I'urr* of the carnival In b<- wl^'r'< by tile II:-- ianfl Park Worn a t-. ? ?"ri :ti tl< plaza on Labor Day. from i ?o II i.' ock will he the inufio aiiit danclnt* .'.'r: .1 )-"i>iirciurf a ti 'ia* charge of :'i.s I'art of thr program. <\nil the eve: Ing protniifj to b? a inost sntcr '?i.iUijr ?ine. \l 1 lie Wliltr <-ul|ilinr, M;sS May I'happeilf. r?f R..;hmonfi. "e't Saturday for Mi- W . phiir SnringF. where she will visit In r s ster. Mrs. C. T,. Fleljig. He fore re'irnin^ to P:chmonfI Miss cv.appeile \v ?!sm v is"iI re;a; v.-s a-i<l fr ? ?ni> n <?roens "ro aful W:t?ston-?a ? er/t. N ?"" IN \ Nil Dt T OK TOWN. '1 ; frlf'l^ Plrlz wh'> h.i -i r.^inp i- tin* ? n N'f* V r'?. ' now the cu'st .f !;? r iiarent- M- ; n-; Mr.-. A IHit.:. .it L)n<* Stuart Avcoue M - hiii! Mrs \rthi:r ''a-nin ahiJ ih'ir ir.i.lrpn hi-.' return"! fror:-. ? %i>it to IJ .???KhrM?" A!?tii Srrlnes NO EFFICIENCY OR ECONOMY IN GOVERNMENT CONTROL Mjrnn T. Merrick Points Out Wlmt He t 'on mlilcr* llanicrm of Plilillc Ownership. ? 'LLVfTLANO. OH In. C5.? Myron T. llerrirk. of this ?-?:%. tiietn her of tho executive com mitt the National Association of ? ncner^ of Railroad Securities, fleclared n a state ment today that "the turnlnsf over <>f r'ie vast system of railroad lines 'n he .-ontroi 'if the government. a:ifl ? rough the government to : he . ontro, ?' organt7.e<! iahor. would b> a lotiu ? r-;> tov. artl th" r.-tab'.lshnier.t in this '?iintry of an r-ir-'crati- power t1. it ?\ oubl imperil 'lie J:1m' rt es c' llu \ "leriea :i ? ?pl ? ^!r Herr )\ who was formerly rjov ernor of Ohio and American aml>ussa <lor to Pr.ni 'e. .i batil.f r direeior of the ?!? Railroad aiol of the Ni Vor'? I<if? Insurance ?"ontpatiy Mr. Ilerrh-k a.-ser: ? <1 ;:i hit- st;<t. int'nt t!iat "the experience >>f the last ?we. years' with the : iilr?iaris. as with the telegraph nml telephone lines, is ample proof that there is neither et!i ctency nor economy in government con trol. ' lie sai<l that such control and operation would defeat tho purpose f? which the railroa.i brotherhoods were established and tuat 1 w- uld Involve a huge addition to the pu!?lic debt, as the value of the railroads a* esti mated at $ 1 T.Oofi.nun.(iOh. Referring to tho agitation by rail road employees through tlie officers of their organizations in favor of gov ernment ownership of tho roaits. Mr. Herrick said: "This propaganda will no! be favor ably received by the people nf this country who. as alwxys. must pay Die bill. The rtefV-it incurred in I's's than t wA years of Federal operation is al ready more than $!?00.000,00ft. and is mounting at the rale ?>f 52.000.<'00 a day in spUe of sharp increases in freight and passenger rates." POST-DISPATCH WORKERS GET BONUS OF 20 PER CENT r?TW?ent li? Kmergeney Monsxire to Help Staff Weather Hlch-Cnst of-LlvIng Storm. fBv Asso'latfd rre,?*s.l ST. LOUTS, August 2S.?A bonis of *.!0 per cent on salaries from January 1, last, to August 22. was distributed today by the Pulitzer Publishing Cotn psnv to edllorial and other employees of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, oxeopt mechanical workers under union con tracts, as an emergency measure to meet "the extraordinary increase in the present cost of living." it was announced that another bonus of 20 per cent dating from August 22 would be paid at the end of the present venr. St. Louis nf-wspaper writers recently arganlzed a union. FtopTihllonnK to *'nnrildnten. FREDERICKSBURG, \*A.. August 2S. -The Republicans of Stafford County, %t a mass-meeting at Falmouth. electMl delegates to meet with n delegation from King George Countv, at White Oak, Stafford County, on .September fi, to nominate c. candidate for the State Sonale frcm this district and a can didate for the House of Delegates from the legislative district composed of Stafford and King George Count lea. Itching Skin with Cuticura BAPTIST ASSOCIM IS MEETING THIS WEEK Delegates Representing* Twenty-Seven Oiurelies Take Pari In Cliur lottesrlllu Program. .\TTOKXKY IS CIIOSKX MA YOK W. II. Rousr is Selected to (iultle Affairs of liristol?oilier \cwh Notes From Various Parts of Statu of Virginia. J.2. .T1'.? Tinics-Dispatcb. I 1 A j I. / ) 1 I l>, > \ 11 J| A tj K " t-1 -'5 ? I I .<? A I .'M'tun r i t H.i;/1 !-i Association will '?"??I its "'i' hundred and t weniy-nini li 1 11 Hlon with tlio Crozet Bap Ust 'Viu'cii TuOmI.jv and Wednesday i>. in s vvmVi. T.ie hmly is composed oi ft. III;. .:;,-vcn churches m Albemarle '"^'iiiiiii i oumlv.s. Tnc introduc. .''?' -etmoa ?i,i in- pre ached by tho ?;"v- ' ? '*? i/Hvtn(i..|. The ?jilltc'rs of i on at'-, moderator. Itev. I.. II. A\ alti(|i. or Scottsvillc: vicc ii.'?d e rai<.i. I'oloiK-l X. .1. Perkins. of '? L: a ion; clerk. l\ Wilbur Fltz iiut'ii. c.f <.'har!otteavilb : treasurer. .**arnucJ J. KoMiihuh, ??:* Charlottesville. Vamt'il .Major of llriMol. BlilKTOL. August \V. II. Rou.se. prominent Hrislol attornev, was elect ed .Mayor oi this city at a meeting of the ?-onr?n ?<iKTs..-l?-f-t under the r.t w oily manager plan of govern merit, ft nl ':i carried in the election held Mar h is, HHP. The new eotn jnlfH.onor will enter oflice on .Septem ber 1. U-ifo-d \\\ Ili^sby. of Uam nr.dge, M.is* was elected as the new city inanap r. rlantiinc ?iv ttnnk. <:HATH/*>TTKSV*IIjI/K. August 25 ? rhis '?:!.> i.s to have a new bank, the 1 ' r >i ? .**? - e B:mk and I rust 1 *o:npanv. Hi" ilto ho opened by November I. I*i?e head of the new institution. ? hicli ft ii! have a capital of tlOO.OOO. v. ;.l be ,\! !,ino T;lton. Jr., lorm<r ? Nor.oik. Va.. b'Jt more recently A 'i bam;:. .Mi. Tilton i., a graduate '?t tr.e I ni versify of Virginia. The H'oik for th" new bank allotted r.. < ? .i rlor ;Ile was subscribed in les than ; ir. ?? da . Il<-fu<ie lo Hen in Work. I.V.V '11 m."i:<;. A. jcu.-t Thirtv. .ni-t.e, brought here from ' ' '''-.ji 'v llradlnir and Allentown, ' ? w" ?. were 'brought hero to t:?k?* the place of .-'r;l;ing union workers a t :ie plan* ol th-^ L'nited <"';parette .Mi nine ("ornpany. refused to po to wui % . for r-a. ainc here, declaring tliey ? I!.I not known they were engaged ;; hrv.ikinc. The m<-n have I.ad tr.eir ft v y home p.id by the local 1'rin tiirrii Skull of Guard. ItOANOKi;. Aueust 23.? Police of ft ? r< t"f '-t I', the St.rf. In.'.me a- mi a? M irion todny to i.rinc to k'jinok* ' i-iD y I*. MuH>crt. ^on fcy.sr.i murderer of Claude W. Noel, near ilils ? ' > c* Apr;'. ,1:1.1 who ? n ^n attempt y-t- r! iy fr >ni the state instltut on, fractured the ukull of a v '\"? "? " :| hammer similar to one "sf"1 " is 1111 * =? of Noel. Atten ...v-.tv or tie asypjni prevented his ? h ? a f. NiirftCft I p Ncjrro. l.nCHBCKii, A u crust J5;?Charles ^ ? r'\. a necro orderly at. the Home ?"(J Herr'at. \%a? arre.-tej iate Satur day night outside on.' of "he windows "i ?? :> is* 0'iartera. wnere he was ? aarpvd ftiiii pe?p;n^ at the ret'.rinp :i Discovered by the nuraea, who a rouse*! another orderly from 'b'.s th, ti?dpass;^r was held up at u.e point of a revolv r until the nurse .4 <o;ld suniiuon a motorcycle ? '1 :iia: ? io lo?;'.tvd Ward up on the chit r^'f* of t v:c, Nmiir >laj-?r for Senate. I?ni>TOI. August ?Ueorse M. U arr?n. Mayer of this city. wnd n ?:iteo : Mate Senate at the l - ja tor .a 1 ronventlon !u>Id ?as* sa turd*? y at Marlon, Va. He will ' ? f K,r iVmo^ratif nornin^^ for tht* -?>r>at.? from Smythe and Washington < j.nt;fs Vrlrrt Hnr UWtorr rommliaion. I.N ..''UHI KfJ. Autrust 25.?The local A.ir stor;. ? omniis-ion. named by the ' "''li- ii of Iicfen^e and commis sioned by Governor L?.ivis. .s composed ? M :> DfXUr Mrs. John II. Lewis and Herbert K. Milcy. The com i,i:'! ?"* wilt organize in earlv Septern ber. Is Aivnrded Service Crou. u 'iAu-'ti.-t 2.".?Sergeant i.ooert ilazen Uoo.hv n. of this citv wMo was a warded th<< American Dis tt.neuished Service Medal and the ? -.i medal, has just been advised that the Kren.-h government iias .ii uoc h im the *'roix dc (iucrrc. Ilomilml for >1 art Inn v||le. I?AN"\ ii.L,U. August 2ii.?Martinsville ? to aa\t- ,i hospital, the Hroad Sir<et Mate; having been based l.v i; r, S'l p-:ens ft has bought the! Halllll "i li.itfl ami who i'l.in.-> extensive nn provemc ntt. I'lx Date of Murder Trial. < J R K KXV r I ^L?K, S. <*., August 2.*>. ii ii?- *ria. of .Take (Josnet, : pecial l'nited States interna: revenue oflicer. for the i llep.-il murder of S'.ierilY H. ndri.v lector, of ? IreenviHe ("ountv, on Julv . today was set for the second week <t .sessions Court, which convencil Here todav. ( nn.iidrr Sett Ipiiicill Hilf. M KM PI [ IS. TK.V.N'. Aucru^t nr, 'joverriors P.rough. of Arkansas, "and imbcrts. >.f Tennessee, conferred here today with advocates of the soldiers' fctllement bill, now before Conpress to discuss means of expediting passace of the measure, which is expected to be ta.ken up next month. A DELICIOUS SPREAD A Syrup That's Good All the Year Domino (Jolden Syrup is a real sur . prise to the sweet taste?so satisfy ing?so appetizing. it appeals to! | everybody w ith its delicate flavor. A pure cane produce. So wholesome | you can drink it. Eat it every meal ; and never tire of it. .A fine food for . children?a treat for the grown-ups. 1 You will like Domino Golden Syrup i it is so different. It has a most tempt ! ing "smack"?sweet, but not too sweet.' 1 A taste that's just a "little bit better."! Just the proper consistency, neither i thick nor thin. Spreads faslly and makes everything better. Try it on : bread, cakes, waffles and biscuit. ! There's nohlng half so good. Ton will And Domino Holden Syrup e.t your g.*Y.cer's in nvo Blzes?IS oz. and 25 oz. cans. Order some today. It Is made, by the American Sugar Re fining Company, refiners of Homlno Package Sugars?Cranulated. Tablet, Powdered. < 'onfe. tloneru, Brown.?Adv.' fcftow lilllllliiiltSfi! rtOMPTVir AND BAFP.l.T SCLIBVKO BT rochet Herbal embrocation BRONCHITIS,RHEUMATISM ml" NEGRO LAD IN BATHING NEAR PETERSBURG IS DROWNED Colored ?.lrl. W nniiUr'l 1n StaliWiiK XITrny. IHch, .*ind \s*nllant Is Held for Jliintfr. I ' Im The Ti iocs -1 >isp ? 1' h l PKTKKSBl'HtJ. VA. August -/? bulbing in Swift Creek% ' li-s morn ng with some companions. ? i? ? 111 - .. Nut hanl'-i < ? itteiidcn. colored. a?..<i a!>.#ut tvelve ? of tills city. yot b yon 1 I:is ('< i.ili and was drowin <1. Th. icily was ri'M\vrei. Will n>- Tried lor Murder. .Maggie .lackuort, t'ho colored :r:rl who wit*, viciously Btiilih^d with ;? fork last -Ai:i>k l?y Tillman r>ixie. who :ii most Jagged off her hand, died in t? i'? colored hospital this morning o. blood poison caused by her injuries. An operation failed to save h-r. \ corner's jury tonight beid iJixle r(' ?[<onsibie for. the woman's death, and lie wil! now be changed w t!i murd? Tli(even litis*. Woodard's clean'.ns and dy.nc ?? tabkshment, in Wash nylon .-tree: was broken into Saturday night, and five suits of clothes and a pair of trous C'l's wer? stolen, !?ntrancc wa, ir;iir11_ l.v forcing a window. 'Saturday nig*M. while walking along Halifax Street, \V. A. Moling, of .N.-w | Street, hud his wal'.at. containi'i I about i4ii. unatohed from h.fc :-1 ; pocket by a negro youth. who ma-.. I his escape. ... r The machine shop of Anders- n .v Harrison. ::i Malirv\ Street. wf i broken into last night. rtio t.i s ? : '? wer*1 after morie-v. but got none. 1 ' carried off a watch and sonic postal stamps. Note* of Intercut. A ouarrel over a game of cards re E j It i*d in a running pistol light t ween two riesroes in Pocahontas Street Sundav afternoon. No one was hurt, hut the shooters had the street to them ' Ives while firinp a' ea -n other. Albert Stark, one of tn- Prin cipals. was arrested, trji he r<vt'i.-'->i to divulge the name of his opponent. Stark was lined Two boys and a g.rl. all negroes and apparently under fourt'en jear.i of asre. >:ot hungry Sunday aiterm-on and broke in o . 1 . J on en gr. store n Halifax Street, and sto.o some packages of food. Tltey A1 r h*" t' d with tli^ good."' in the.r f .'i In the Police Couf this tnor.i ini?. tiie three <*M1dr*n were held t r tiie action of the grand lury. Mis-- l- lippen. of I larding ? tr^ r wns taken to the Petersburg Ho;T.t.l toria v ixr.ause "f injuries sust?in?><l in falling out of a rear door ; 1 i'va Frank Pearson, a well known vouiik business man of this c.. ant M Sarah KuVh Cornett, daugh "r 'of Mr. and Mr. .1. 11. Cornell. were married Sunday afternoon at tlie .T-m of the bride in Grove Avenue. by tne Rc*v. F V.*. Moore. , .-i* The Vo mg B isiness Men a t .un mid an important meeting night n the auditorium of the H.fch .School building. The meeting will oe addressed by the agricultural experts her. in the interest of the d(\e.op nent of the Petersburg-Hopew t .1 see ?ion. Vh.t will explain the . ha..i' .er o. ' Tn-'^oV.-e are to s'.y t in to fpund up all .-trailers, or fno^c who ha^e no \-.slbl* means of support both white and colored. and an effo. .. s to be made to force ail idlers to work. IJnd Strike of Ore Handlers. Dl'bUTH. MINN.. August 25.?With the resumption of work on the <ireat Northern ore dock at Allouez today every ore dock on the Oreat I^akes i runtiittff and the ftrik? of the workers is endefl. buy pure milk ?buy Carnation Carnation for the Children Carnation is a pure, healthful drink for children bccanse it is only fresh, sweet cows' milk with part of the water m the milk evaporated. It is s<*aled in the containers and sterilized no im purities can possilily reach it. To prepare Carnation for drink ing, it should be diluted with pure water to the consistency of ordi nary milk. Equal parts of Carna tion and water make a rich, whole some drink. If you prefer it not so rich, u?e two parts Carnation to three parts water. All children -should have a quart of milk a day. Book of 100 Recipcs Free en reqursl. Write Carnation Milk Products Co., Chicago, III. Your Grocer has Carnation GERMAN FINANCIAL WRITER IS CRITICAL OF AMERICA Dfi'ltirm I . (iotrrnnirnl Should Per mit Mix Country to Kntrr Ameri can Money Mnrkrti ! H..* AfrMM I'rnss ] i:i;iCMX. Ausu.n 2.?.?Cleore Muech, financial writer for the Tiigeblalt, criticizes the United Stales for fail aiv; to assist tiennany lln.inclally. anil ass. rts ilia'. Aim rici'.ns arc even guilty of machinal i m t ?> depress liifi vain'1 of | tl>.- mark at tificially. 'Americans are'cxplolting Oormany'B ! ii'" dy situation meat Hellishly." lie de ! elates. "i>y delaying to Kraut cre'lit which ?iiiai:v needs " 11, .says tin; American government could now show whether it really wishes to help Ocrmans in their work I of iMiitft rti- tlon l>v allowing O'-rmany i t" citer the American * money market. "Not without reason," he concludes, "do the glaives of our economic lead . turn io'.v inl the east. Jt is ever clearer that rescue is to be found there." SMOTHERED BY~WHEAT Somerset Child SufT?cat?Ml Whtlr Tlav inc Merry Time In Sliding OotTn Chute. I r.i:ni:ni? KSBl KG. VA . August 25 \shSv Floyd. eleven years old. son of Mr .-iii'l Mrs. A. <1 Floyd, of Somerset. ? ?range County. met with a trasic death .? few evenings ago. The child wan play.rig with sever.-.1 companions at the warehouse of tiolsan & Buckner, in the i top of which was .stored a large quan tity of wheat, which was l>eing loaded through a i iiute into a freight car. The . en)i'ltvn were amusing themselves by pet tins into the wheat and sliding down through the chute. They did this sev er il times in safety. I'nawarc that the ehilrlren were in *'ve wheat. the rn?n engaged in load ing the wheat closed the mouth of the chute and the boy was caught it' the . hute and suffocated by the v he-it which poured in and covered him up completely. The other children gave the alarm, the mouth of chute was opened and tlie body slid out with the I wheat The body was stiil warm, but all efforts to resuscitate the vouth fa; led. Tele era ph? His Protest. f/YNCH RUUti. V<\., August 25.?Un able to to ltl.-hmond to he present at the silting of the Senate Finance <'oinmitti-f in its consideration of the bill to raise funds for roads. Mayor For Freckled, Tanned, Red or Blotchy Skin .1 uFt. beneath that freckled, tanned or reddened complexion there's an ex quisitely beautiful skin of youthful tint and d?ii?acy. If you could only brine this complexion to the surface, discarding the discolored one! Tuu i an?in the easiest, simplest, most natural manner imaginable. Just get at any drug store tin outice of ordinary mercollzed wax. apply nightly like cold cream, removing it mornings with warm water. The wax assists Nature by gradually peeling off the lingering particles of scorched and half dead surface skin, causing no discomfort whate\ t r. Cutaneous defects liko pimples, blotches, liv.-r spots. moth patches, freckles, of course disappear with the oifi skin Nothing else will accom pli.-)i such wonderful results in so short a time?Adv. , LADIES Your attention is callcd to reduced prices on all orders placed for fall .-uits. sktrts or separate coats within the next ten days. I also wish to an nounce 1 make a specialty of remodel ing M. BUDMAN 1.allies' Tailor, Plione >ln?l. itIDS-,1. -lift AVest' firacr. DR. FRED PALMER'S SKIRWHITENER Whitens sallow complex ions, removes pimples and leaves the skin bright and soft as velvet. Guaranteed absolutely harrrdess. 25c n box nt druggists and toilet goods tienlcrs, or sent post paid on receipt of price. JACOBS' PHARMACY COMPANY Atlanta, Ga. In the coolness of evening and in the soft, still hours of the early night, the closer the friendship the more apt you jare to find "not just candy? but Your dealer has a fresh supply | Jester this afternoon lelcgruphed a 1 : protest over the proposition to ;ul<J "? , ' cents to tlx- Stiite rate for the build 1 Ing of roads \VJiol1y within any one county. .Mayor Jester said this after noon that he would ho ill touch with Mayor Itoper, of Norfolk, ami. if it is necessary, he will leave on a late train I tonight to co-y;icrate in the fight of the cities to protect their Interests. Order Wreck Investigated. WASHINGTON. August ? Iuvesti I gallon of the wreck yesterday of a section of a Washington to Atlantic ?* 11 \ excursion train on the Pennsyl vania Railroad at 191mwood, N*. J., was i ordered today by lJirector-CJcner.il Ilines. One person was killed anil a number Injured in a collision between two sections of tho train. Kreneli Dockmrn \ ote to Strike. M A KSKII.MOS. August 2.I.? Dock workmen Sunday voted to call a gen eral strike They demand a wage of 20 francs for an eight-hour day and no overtime. H hen Hub* Is Teething GROVE'S HA R V BoWKl, MlSDKMNlO , will correct the Stomach and Bowel i troubles. Perfectly harmless. See di rections on the bottle. I'rice ."Oc,?Adv. Baldness Makes Young- People Look Old Abundant hair adds beauty and youth to a comely face. There Is one thing that is certain?if your hair is not already pone, there Is hope. it lies in the use of Sergeant's Mange Medicine. Kor over 40 years this hygienic hair and scalp treatment has i been successfully used to ward off pre mature baldness. Sergeant's Mange Medicine will stop that unsightly dandruff, itching scalp t and falling hair. L'se it before It Is roo Nate. Don't bother about those per fumed tonics and preparations be decked with fancy labels that soil at fan^y prices. Your hair and scalp need nourishment. Sergeant's Manet 1 Medicine shows the way. Sorgfant's Mange Medicine s?lls for 6f>c h bottle on tlie unqualified guarantee thiit if you do not say that it la absolutely the tine.si preparation you have ever tried for any scalp or hair trouble. you can return the bottle , and g'-t your money back. Manufactured ! solely by Polk Miller Drue Co. Inc., Rlch , mond, Va. Prescribed by physicians espe cially following the ??flu." Kndorsed and applied by Hnrbers and Hairdressers In the scientific treatment ami care of the scalp and hair. hold at 65c a bottle. Kvery drucRist, department store an.l sporting* goods store has Sergeant's Mange Medicine in stock.?Adv. THE KAUFMANN STORE Wo have not considered our duty fulfilled hv (he mere assembling of merchandise. We have always taken a broader view of our re sponsibilities, and we have found that it PAYS. It has paid us in life-long confidence, the sort that is hfLnded down to the next, genera tion, to consider ourselves responsible for the maintenance of the highest standards in the marketing of commodities. In hats, suits, dresses, coats, mourning ap parel, gloves, underwear, corsets, veilings, sport's wearr children's wear, servant's wear, etc.? It has paid us in public appreciation to in troduce trademarked merchandise of the highest quality and of nation-wide reputation. In some instances WE HAVE PAID for handling such nationally recognized mer chandise by accepting a slightly lower mar gin of immediate profit. Nevertheless, in the end it pays. Pays most of all in the recog nition and patronage of the people of Rich mond and the South. It must continue to pay because high repute must grow with the years?must demonstrate in increasing degree the power of that real economy?that Specialty Shop Service, which by dint of honest effort, shall always spell satisfaction sure and certain. T. 8-26-10 Stomach ills permanently disappear after drlnklne the celebrated Shivar Mineral Water. Positively puarante?d by tiion?y-back j olYer. Tastes tine; coata a trifle. De livered anywhere by our Uichmond agents, Spcncc-Xunnamaker Co. Phone them.?Adv. MOTHERS FRIEND Expectant Mothers ASSISTS NATURE At All DrueilsM ^priil RooLIft on irH Baby, rr-, v BTUEDFTELD 'RrCTUl.A TOR CO. DrrT S O, Atlanta. Ca Rose-Vel for skin tortured babies An effective, soothing, jremedy for teething spots,. hire?, eruption*, milk scald heads and chafing 15c and 2Sc your l dniggi?rt\ How Yon Can Be Sure of "Luck" With Your Home Preserving herself every put up fruit FREE Preserving is easy when you have the sixty-eight page Com Products Cook Book handy. Won derful recipes ? easy to follow. Beautiful illustra tions. Write us to day for it. It is free. Use Vi Karo (red Label) sm&}h sugar Makes perfect .jams ,jeUies and. preserves. Many a woman declares to year?"Well, if I ever try to again ". Sometimes it is because the jelly won't "jell", or perhaps a beautiful jar of jam turns out tough or "candied". You will find all your preserving troubles q thing of the past if you will just make your preserving syrup of l/i Karo (Red Label) and /2 sugar, instead of sugar alone. Even the beginner can put up fruit per fectly with this recipe?and the most experi-! enced housewife will welcome the advantages of Karo in her preserving. With this recipe, there is no danger of jams; or jellies coming out too thin. No danger of "candying". Karo is a fine, clear syrup, with a natural affinity for the juices of the fruit. It blends the sugar with the fruit juice-? brings out all the "fruity" flavor. For Cooking, Baking and Candy Making Karo(/?ec/ Label) is used in millions of homes. In all cooking and baking recipes use Karo instead of sugar. It is sweet, of delicate flavor, and bring3 out the natural flavor of the food. REFINING CO. Neva York City CORN PRODUCTS P. O. Box 161 L. A. 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