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lined Capign for Vot. 3m1n, presient ot the Chanber yesterday gave his unquail t go the movement for campaign by all orgaalsatiorm ad iNbUvtIS at the pie bring about suffrge fr aict bere Congress adjourns, the question reach the jioor at this session. there will be speechee full of moot canvinc that will surpa anything beard in the haib of Con mdi Mr. Uaran. "I know whereof beemame our cause in predicated A Glass of M Aarlc" QI ache and taking of a ittle "AnurieP w mb for a short period of says a well known physician, forestall othe serious oomplicsr froam ing hold. moon as the flues mptom, back in back of neck, swollen anleor wriste, present them one should lae no time in hut to a druggist for "Anuric." thapreparzion was recently die b Dr. Pierce of Invalids -s~fa o, N. Y. His large hos practice haa enabled him to form aprescript'on that in not only 1:t dependable. Everyone can emcate Dr. Pierce with his wo kno re t , su "Golden Medical Ixvery:- the universal blood tonic; then JANUAF Of Reproductic .Period Furniture 250 A Few Su UBkARY CHAIRS LADIES' DESKS BOOK RACKS SECTIONAL JAPANESE LACQU FRED S. LII 612 Twelfth ! W. W. EA A] COMI Will Opei, 1418 H Occupying the Eu DIRECT WIRE TO PROMPT, EFF ( C sTRET OrT_ N se See Its Camiie em4 Pe -en it - down~~ toul t ho Wem It AMm (e or - 10g hiSSWV the ~OM to huntg this; to an beow as Peor as Poefte." I& Mo-r dedand be would be glad to assist lnathe anare mt We . ma" mfeeftn to advoate the voes for row. dents of the District ab& expresed his belief that such a meeting would be the gireiats satheibw In paint 09 3ussbap an enthusiasm tt has ever been bold in the District. UNITED STATES BUILDING 42 CENTIMETER GUNS Etxperihental guns approaching in aiss the 42 centimeter gun In use by the Ger man army, are being built at the Water Whet Arsenal under the direction of the Ordnance division of the Navy Depart Ment. It was learned last night. Twelve and sixteeni-Inch guns are near ing completion and will soon be put to the test. Fater and a Little tiekly End Back F Kidney Distress. again his "Favorite Prescription" for womanly ills peculiar to the sex. Daily some one volunteers his or her worOs of praise about - Armric." Here is a letter from Mrs. B. B. Tomlinson: "I had been bothered for some time with a bladder weakness which be carae very annoying. The kidneys were off in their action and congested. I tried remedy after remedy for this trouble without any results whatsoever and I became discouraged. Lately, however, I heard of "Anuric"' and decided to try the remedy. I am pleased with the results received." Simply step into the Drug Store and 'ask for "Anuric" tablets put up by Dr. Pierce, in 50 cent packet, or send Dr. Pierce 10 cents for trial package. tY SALE ns of Antique 'in Single Pieces DISCOUN ggestions: GRANDFATHER CLOCKS SMOKING STANDS TABLE LAMPS BOOKCASES ERED FURNITURE JCOLN, Inc. ;t. N. W. "& STERDAY ?ANY [C. OADWAY, NEW YORK. ROKERS nore--Atlantic City. Offices at St. N. W. tire Ground Floor. NEW YORK CURB. :IENT SERVICE. FIARRISON KINNIER, Manager. ExcL.Usrva DneLa. kinnua dump byI h Fumbeda In,. .titution pf CapitaLg Annual "eetings Were held yeAterday )y all national banks in Washington, WV? ral of the trust eompeale. andes neU )er of savings banks. 8tockholders elected a number of di rectors to fill vacanlles on the varoUs boarsa, due to resignations. deaths ad be going Into effect of the Clayton in erlooking dereetoerae mar e. The Riggs National Bank had two vacancies on its board, both due to death -John R. MoLean and Henry Hurt. Two Ldditional vecancies were ted. one )y the resignation of Admiral .WiaM FT. Bronson, who intends ~to spend 'the iext year In Japan, and is uew en route here, and one caused by the refugal of rseph Paul. one of the veterand-of the )oard to permit .his name to be used tgain. refusing to reign.,'but sakiy to )e relieved of the poet. To fill thesb vacancies John S. La tombe. Henry B. Spencer. Julius Garfinkle tnd Fleming Newbold were chosen direo 'or. The National Metropolitan Bank added he names of H. C. Sheridan and Walter Luckerman to its directory, the only va :ancy being caused by the decision of . K. Willard to remain on the board of Lnother bank, he having been given per nission by the Federal Reserve Board to lerve on two boards until his return from ibroad. The District National Bank added its hree caShiers to the list of director*. A. West. J. W. Williams and Louls C. Nilson. On the directory of the Franklin Na tonal Bank John E. Denton succeeds 7. A. Muddiman, retired. Gen. E. A. Godwin retires from the dl -ectory of the Continental Trust Com )any and his place was filled by the eleo ion of James R. Campbell. The Commercial National Bank added he niame of Carl Casey to its old board knd then re-elected the list. At the District National Bank Elie ihe tz and J. C. Letts retire and Joseph . hitfield and J. Led Kolb succeed to he board of directors. 6 The National Capital Bank elevated H. I. McKee. long time cashier. to the di ectory, filling the vacanc'y caused by the 'etirement of George F. Harding. At the Union Savings Bank. Joseph T. talph was added to the board. At the Merchants' Bank, Levi Cooke ucceeds %%. F. Jones. At the McLach en Banking Corporation. Marshall 0. -Alighton and Lanier P. McLachlen were idded to the board. The Columbia National added James A. Wiasser and R. L. Russell to its board. lohn Mitchell, Jr.. retiring. W. F. Gude and Richard Y. Earnshaw -etired from the Lincoln National Bank lirectory, under ruling of the reserve 'crard enforcing the Clayton law, and . Griffith was added. Union Trust Cornany. Off l.-g idward J. S llwasm. iresd st; Gers. E. HamilLon. iUt vim president. attorney and rust Mflcer; Ge res L Flmin. seond vim prei fant and ssistaut ton eifsm; Waltr . H han, lhird i-io presadent; Dimon B. Olda treasuw; i-wd L. Kiier, asrtary; V. Ftsak D. Herrna. wsuitant tressrw USd William L. Olsn. assab seretary. Dir-osU,7eph H. Cranfrd. G. Tham. Dow op, Georg F. Fimin, Georg KM aMloa. Walter S. Herten. Frank V. Heary. D. J. Kauf m. A. 8. Kenny, Japes B. Lamble, Gearss ;. HeLsshan. T. P. Morsz. Aztkw Murry. Geye R. Mers, DOnki W. O'Dmoomm AnM PaLne. 1% 8. Prt0s Ord teM, 7and4 A. .Rdhsvma, Fivr t. Rast. J. Henry tenl. Ewn- 8. Smith. lEde.rd J. StdLhnsan sad. taslae Y. Wlbea. Washinagte Lea & '16rust Co. Direo-H. G. Mewe, Thamas 5, Nrdles. Rn lamin W. Gas. Aste IL Adw. WilHsm L Harker. John R. la, Angletn Oras JOeph J. Diarlington. losd A Daris. John Jay Edson. F. A. Fesang. A. P. rat. John A. So@a&=, Geores A. King. Martin A. Kna&a John U. Larner. I'bdor. W. Nor. Andrew Paker. Arthur Pew. ameL L. IMillips, N. R. aS. homass W. 12i14 I~ Spear. Geore thusedel, Harvey W. %iley and A. S. Wortkings.=. Vederal Natienal Bank. Byos 9. Adama. Walter A. bes. John H. [app. Myer lohen, Wiliam Knowls Coop J. J. DarUndasn. Willam John Eywmn. E. G. Utaha. William V. Ham, Frank J. Roon. Ralph Jaskine Ralph W. Lea. Lords Mace", Arthe D. Marka, lunes DYiTey Mossan. olis . Newboti. Fink B. Noyea. John Poots. James bees dnk N. H. Shea and Lan 'Ibbriner. ImoAel National Dank. Jnha W. Besawmer. Robert nalshas Plid E. Daria. Robet A. Derm. Albert . Galley. Leroi ;, Heron, Andrew Lofter. Iam. P. lmlneg, Pew latterner. . Dana Lancoln. F. D. McAuliffe. Patrick T. Msan. Howard I. t110, Enry T. )ffrtrdinne., Georg. (. Pumphre, Semust 0. Red nA., Joseph Stradaer, William . emen. ad Taylor Wade. Pecond National Bank. Bernard . &est, WaltW 0. 0140A646 Will am V. Cbs. Charles W. tfan. Thame Grant. William I. Harmay. Waltr f. Klopfer, William r. Mattingly, samun" J. Prewett. O0s0 H. au lnlph. IL Y. Sacki. Joseph P. Wsphenson, William a. Thome.e, William H. Walker. serset 11. Waters. Edward 0. Whiftord, Nathaniei Wtiso.. Urander Wolf and Simon Wolf. Metropolitan National Bank. Arthus T. Brit. Water bsewslay. William F. lide. John S. Henderso. A. A. Hoebling, Jr.; ,harles Jaoana 0. R. P. Jhen Budolph KLauhfann. A. lIAner, Tomwaeg A. McKee. John L Moore. 1. H. Haldo-, Hugh Reili. T. law ason lugss. WUlissa IL andla Charies (;. mith, Jr.; Oseose 0. Smith. Jr.; Gaeres Troae 6011. H. 0. heridda. Walter H. Tcerman, W. L. Wisatt and Gems W. Wite, National Bank of Washington. Diectassa P. Andres J. MI. Beara. E. 0. handeabar,. B. C. Daft, Max: Fischer. Msu ice F. Flynn, Daniel Prsser. . (harlten Graes, VT. edrick. Misel A. Keam. W. J. Koe* ramea Lanus-h, (arem W. Le, Charles LA las, Wharton Z, laster. (harl.e H. Lac. Arthur . May, J. 0. Medsbag. W. arence Miller, learse W. Mow, 0. F. Naumet, Hary Nor ant, U, E. Pairo, F. W. FlMus, A. B. Ruff. )dell F. Smith. Geos P. Basa Charles Schafer. ohN Serivner. OGoss I. Stsre. (haries E. tVhite, P. J. Wals, Hsany Wardan ad Ieri Coodbury. Fu'nini National Blank. Direstors-Bhrsaid E. Ai. WD~be H. B. LIln, Wilson T. Bathlo-m-w, John R. Bens. STOP PAIN! RU NEUAIilA AWAY natant Relief from Nerve Torture and Misery with "St. Jacobs Oit Rub this soothing, penetrating oil -Ight into the sore, inflamed nerves. antd like nmaglo--neuralgia disappears. 'St. Jacobs Oil" conquers pain. It is aharmless "neuralgia relief" which ioesn't burn or discolor the skin. Don't suffer! It's so needless. Get asmall trial bottle fromn any drug tore and gently rub the "aching terves," *nd in just a moment you wrill be abeelutely free from pain and mifering. No differenoe Whether your pain or meuralgia Is in the face, head .er say >art of the body, you get tsat relief with this Old-time, honest bam de troyer-lt cannot lajure,-Adv. 1&~A3 CamenmnB Tret CemgeflV. Ebens-V. O, kae . im dh I Is se1 , e 16 GeMe l. stbi, ow T. $'Lb a= . 70,ni-. Whsm 5. 0 116 o . assea. Nastan A".S Udin = 0am Follo Makes aesti, WIM 01111 TOW.er James A, cum.i O1 l iW. Wisdom. WiliaM 0. Crelr. uJa. m.. mmWnnaa William . iL aDemT. Bs Wiia W am6 gamm Ala L ab and sto" Wanm. Oemuamse.eial Natienal Bank. DW e--= A. n". Out thing. -A. 0. GahSa. u. Ei g gs9mn. Caes D. Gib. A. bradles DafiSe., W 0 Duna=tax. 3. GoM"a Deasam, b. Miahes ndsler. Oamk P. eat ma. Banda 3. EMer, Astner JAM, ysh.iass 3. Molilg, Asb 1, Randif Tather E. 2nda, James Mp, 0. 0. itamin and Genes Tally Meuehanta Bank. Oamms-P. A. DrT. riodsoimt Mao.i. A. y0can0h v 1 Nuid"M; nesA K Hasin. amMer l d Pa l rd", aina ..= DissatsP . A. Drury. WM5IL . Je, Om . Ea*Sb. 5bm 11n510, GastA? J. Melvin t, M. . MoCoolh. a. A. Lba' oty. Thma 2. Mciiy. Marry 3. lue pk. Om and levi Goak1. seeuiity Savings and Comeretal. Ofiumaulas . Ps, prea d t: Geoe X t1mune and nl McKsoa. vice ,o..edma; Job H. Balt., eaeri Wilam . Baum, adtlant haer: Chartn W. Darr, seneral comntd. Directme,-John H. Carter. Chardes W. Da,. D. A. 1idwanda. J. Thilmaa Hendrid. Gentle M. 21dc. Dr. James A. Flynn, Julius I. Poae. John H. Sake, I. W. Staus. George -. Ldakloa (barle J. La.sd. Will'am H. InkIa. Fred MKe and Townley A. McKee. United States Bavinss bank. Ofeuse-Wade H. Cooper. president; WilMam D. Barry. *as vice prddet: Wilbur H. ZappM oaed Ot. pemodmt; Wiliman & m.. ahm u amler; Norbert H. mith assistant cadier. Direftor-Wade H. Cooper. William D. Bary. William . D- ioogu. WiliiA T. Dav. Osmr Baum. Robert A. Dore. Char. A. Goldsnith. Jmmes L Kankk*. W. IL G. Psnay, John J. Sashy, Wlbar . ZEpp and Th.m= E. Cooa. Unaon Savina Bank. Offensm-Wada H. Cooper, prident; Prank P. Millos. At via proddent: Elio Sheets. econd vie president; lather E. Gehrianer. cuhlie; C. j. Raidfa, aistant eahier. Direa-Wad. H. Cooper. ie Bhats. Frank P, Mlburn, JamS Iansbargh. Victor J. Evans. D. W. 'Ehayer. Tihoms C ooper. H. B. Denham. CWas A. Goldsnith, Simrn Opphnhetaer. Gus Brahler. A. E. Handle. Josal E. 1alph. A. 8. Taylor and F. H. Kramer. Kigga National Bank. Directorm-Carta C. Glove. 'Iomns. Hyda. James M. Johnston. WIlliam J. Flather. Milto. U Ailes, H. Bealer Dulaney, (hares. 1. Corby. fbriveeter W. Labrot. Robert C. Wilkins, . V. Murphy. Starting Baffin. Churie Oarroll Gleer. Jr.; L Kemp Duval. Loula . Jeffries, John K. Iaranbe, Henry B. Spencer. Julius Garfinkle and Flating Newbold. P District National Bank. Directors.-Ralphk P Barnard. fiwdne 1. DaSe lies. William W. Bride. Chere. J. Butler, A. P. Crenbaw. John W. Otires. C. J. Gooeler. Robart N. Harper. Wol. A. Harper. James M. Hege. W. S. Hogs. Letis Holmes, A. F. Jorse. J. lso Kolb, William P. iUtammb, W. If. Mae is. rIando B. Miller. G. Nordlinger. Roort 1, tyorion. C"harLs C. Roen. N. I- -snubury. J. B. Tyree. Elhdary West. Joseph A. Witfeld. Mar tin Wimand and K i. Wolfe. National Capital Bank. Diretr-.Albert Oarry, Allan C. Carie. Clap suc F. tlhmoboe. John hI Farnehaw, S. 0. Ebwly. Esera Ftemer. W. P. U. Hases, August 4). Herrmann. W. H. Marlow. H H. McKee. Jam . Larsons. Thomas W. lmit, L FL Kmout 0. H. Walk.r and John C TtL, Seventh Street Savingas Bank. Dir-trHnry G. Perglang. Dr. W. Thampson Burch. Relb E. Burgo. Willoughil 8. Cheles. Charles W. Fairfax. 1a.lre Fmui. John V. G = Barry Knfman. Michel () Hanlon. la , Rodger OHaaon. Aieand. H. Pl., Aug't1 H. Plugge, H.ry J. Ruppet, Charles S. Shreea Hairy J. hzugrue. Jaeyt B. Thma, nomersat R. WaterS. Jbohn F. Weyreb, John I. Wa% and Joan . rb. Park S r air k Disstor-G. C. Altaua. V. JI. Atkinson. F. W. bolgiano, L T. Be-minger. ' 8. Rundy. J. W. 001. H. F. Dianer. J. i. Gheen, 4. E. Glren, C. F. Jenkini. A. F. Jom. W. fl. Kloper. A. Lramaed. C. C. Murray. 1'. J. Ne. l. A. Plk. Inhorn. 0. A. Pre-et. A. T. Ramas. T. Amner ille .J. R. Sranmerrille. %V. It. Told. W. Mi. Wales, G. F. Waller, W L). WesL and C. "| A ineberger. Ameriean National Bank. DIMM. Bowera. lter A arr. L A. , John T. Croeley. T. C. Ilin, Ia via Mhina. AMe Find. W. T. Gallher. Isaac 1..P, John It. Galloway. L W. % rn.an Jaue B. Head rsn. . M. Heandley. B. Lrmni, 1. R. lAnten. C. H. Ilvtngstoe, E. T. Ioe. J. A. MmduJ. William Selby, James F. She.. Thomas omnerville. Warner Stuler. (krrge C WaK" er. Byron Wallerstein. J. C. We-ion. A. C. We. J. W. William anal Lusl C. Wilson. Columabia National Bank. Dirctrs--Albert F. Fn. Charles B. Ba:ley. Bajamin W. Guoy, William . Harker. Jrahua W. Co-r. Jhan Joy Ednn. , Whitimg E-. David J. Kaufman. lienamin P. lAnghton. Jasv A. Moor. Theodore W. Noyas, Ch.rlee W. Ray, K. Francis Saul. George W. F. Swartaell and R. L Rul. McLachlen National Bank. Olcfwe-,A. M. McLarlen, prident; . It. Horner., vias ganinet; John A. Mahme. treasuarr; Lanie P. Midarken, secretary. Dr-era-Marshall 0. tighton. lanie l' Mo [adlen. Dr. IL. . Duffey. H. W. Dufe. F. It Horner. Williu 8. Waaburn. Than-s 1I. Alkin son. Jam.e L. Marshall. John A. Massie. Jam A. WatsMon (W. John MFliroy. J. M1. Burrell and Archibaki M. McAhetion. Farmers and Meehanics Saving s Bank. Directore-4harles H. Cragin, J. U. yer. Henry W. liher. William King. G. L. Ncholao. J. H. Small. IL B. Summs. Joseph H. I-e and Rob'ert D. % evcer. Dupont National Hank. Directow-Arthur Bradley Campbell. Eugern, 41., Vopenhaver. Dr. Alierton F. Cualman. J. II. De Sihour. (eorg A. Garrett, Melvr'in GIlb-tte. Ezra Gould. S. H. Ridgway. Hugh B. Rowland. Theta Bell Sweeney. Horar H Wetoortt. Walter Ii. Winear. R. P. Ficklen, Moma A Scott Thr,. Thoms 8. le, Thomas ratl.t.ohagli. T. T. Ansbarry and Bestaor . Walte.. BIRTE REPORTED. wmTrE. William F. and Annabell Ward. to,, George W. and ('br l Walla,. boy. Walter H. and Olaroline B. Thrall. buy. Grorer and Roa Scas, boy. Bernard L. and lrean. B4earus, lot, Pervta and Annie Sdiinra. girL 01.n V. and Lillian Mi. Rhodes, boy. Joaeph. and Agnes J. Park. girl.. Theodnre L. B. and Heten. I. tte, boy. William L. and IUta Morrison, boy. Edward and Jean Micauley, jr., boy. Jacob and Delig Minder. buy. Jam.. 1. and Ele.nr hi. Morgaon, giri, Tanley H. and Bertha I. Loyb., low. (llamene R. and Doria C. Knont. boy. (brl P. and Halen B. Zlion, girl. Hewaad K. and Mary C'. Higbem, girl. Wintiam E. and Mary E. Dnomons, girL. Arthur di. and Etta hM. Doudlas, gid. (harts, and Ruth A. Cator. girl. Vincent 5. and (bnsance Canmano, girL. William T. and Myrtle D.* Bablrngton. girl. COIARED. m-el and Minnie TBio. girL. Robert K. andi Marian 3. Ie, boy. Henry 2. and Hathem Howard. girl. Hlarrison and Elabeth Galther, girl. William and Francs Ooram, boy. (Rand. and Jueepine Boone, girl. DEAhTES RE.PORTED. (Hait 0. Blmn, ii years, Osaualty Hospital. Jahn 5ost. U. Si 0 3t.me. Marat Flamery, 1. Providerce Hoepital. Birbara Krotn 5. 113 K st.0nw. Wiliama H. Pamam, 6, Taylor st. nw. Kay B. Earner , S Bm 18th 3. an. Beart W. lilboma. TI. St. Elisabeth's Hapla Mai B. Taylor, U. GarfieM Homiltal. Alber6 Wheatley, if. Prodlianoe Ho-r'i+=1 Jansb Ullmba . 41. Tuibarcls Hmani.= (becins J. Pits, S. gbMe, Hospital. Retast W. Bander VS Sibley Hospital. Mary E. Philli Sr, 5? 8th at. na, Mary T. &, 3, 13 K at =w. WWnl V. Vaem 4 3 , Oauiti at. Anne Wi..3e. 15m sg at -i. Rmaset U Tsatier, 3. Pheence Eesl Mam Puse. 3.13 H a. am. been Fehis' tusumnaS HReauS, Uary , W. m . 31 11 13., an. Jemde Bise. U 3qaa. Mbudpal BaMing. Usserth Weltam, I, U Laa p4. Ehd U. tate 3.1 frisat . WPIT RAFAIn ?4Pol.ad Shomsms Sakad. fm Go Up if Pkepse. Vi.s AppmvaL 3 E, E, egit & Alexandra. ., Jan. .-A rae. is k month in the WW of every pounmme ad ires in the city was rsm--ea. id by thq i-- "ommitte. of elty coUn 0 at a meetg of the counett temigbte hotion was deferred. On the reoomendation of this aom nittee a raise of s was granted W. L Craven, steward of offliees and mes esnger to council. A petition of Judge C. I. Nibel. win is building a brick garage at King and West streets. for permimion to imake the thickness of the second story wills nine Inees Instead ot thirteen. the et story being thirteen inches. was granted. Eblaries under the proposed arrange nent would be: Polio-4Clf. IN8 a month; first eer eant. 05; second and third sergeants, V0, and privates. W. FIremen-EngIneers, 37; drivers of en ines, WS0; drivers of home wagons. $57.50; 5ngineer of motor engine, $75; driver of ook and ladder, $10; extra firemen. 75. Council refused to concur In the pro poea of the aldermen that 4 soon as mew electric lights are installed on car mers where there are gae lamps that the pag lanis be removed. The resignation of Councilman John Lsadbeater from the FIrst ward was ao mepted. Petition for a sewer on Duke street from Payne to Fayette streets. a distance >f two squares, was referred to the street :ommittee. A resolution of Councilman Ballenger that the city engineer get an estimata -f the cost of flooring the city's alf of Hunting Creek bridge, and ilso to request supervisors of Fair rax county to arrange for le proving its half. was referred to the Dommittee on streets and fnance. The oum of $50 was appropriated for a cinder walk from King to Duke etreets, to con ect with West End schoolhouse. Petition of Mrs. William Rodgus to repair property recently damaged by fin wan referred. The Independent Mutual Fire Insur ince company, of Fairfax county, at Its annual meeting held at its offices to thi U pipe.; toba( Ik I HER tobac = cause it i: * cured in *No one has b of curing tot S en hog ead = if you will t Swill know ti _Get clearlyir ma traue: oso Warm4 JOr e . M a . A .1 __hbe, t. e P.seR. Ma I mesFI . Creb C. Lr Mer. Va Cat A o eet. Wust^lrthsRls. .A Ahen~ I. oII .Jhnsssisa aMl ivere . I& Do01"sentr. LE . Harms. Debu s.Alenaials: L. U. ofn% d t Veroen; . P. 3. Mam A*. cosh aifax coui. V n thee mauseas bank of t" ct Dra, defted dlector a follows: Vhmol-.Uestt sw. J.. Gadner L hedh. K t. Mar.ow. Deuncsian ezL Ram, . Cunty, wa eir Rob e ad byer1e I Waldes. CttsPat-trdwsrd L. Dingere . J. Clita 1111o0t. Worth Hulteb. M. A. lAhun. John K Jebsen Carroll Pierce Dan a Riihad B. C Dot, Capt. Albeat Brya. S, 0. Brent W. E. Bais sA" Jde C. E. NiosI. oe *111 be chosen tomoR w by the IMPst And Citisens. and the AlowAdrla. Will elect ofiers Thursday. Ms. May E. CranE. widow or dward D. Crane. died lamt night at the boome Of her dangirtei. Mrs. J. B. Duncan. Del RaY. Alezadria County. She t s sutr.d by three cUrely who are Mr. Char. lotto Patterson Washington; . . Be Dunca fA Richard . h Crane r f Alezfadrlg. The funeral will take Place at 2 celoe Thus ay afternoon foe the home. Serv Ies Will be conducted by Rev. a nd. Fer. guson. pastor of Trinity M. E. Church. assisted by Rev. E. V. Regeeter. pastor of the Del Ray u. . Church South At the quarterly term ob the Corpora. blo Court. today. JudeM C. Barley. Preeien. a specqu grand jury was or dered for January 22. when a number of oases of alleged violation of liquor laws will be taken up. It was decided to pre sm t a olast On the late Col. F'rancis Lee Smith. Robley D. Brumback and Mamus! P. usher on Plebruary y Is the Ciuit Court today the will of the late Dr. Matthew W. O'Brien was ad :tted to iobats. Testator bequeathed big estate to Wi wife. Mrs. Virginia b< 03,1cm. &ad she qualified as executrix In the .s court a final decree for di vr on the ground wf desertion was gi1en Imma, J. Borden from Thomas. P. Borden. Attorney Robinson Moncurv rep resented the plaintiff. Ansoun.e ent i s made that iesor -John y Bankhead. of Alabama. will re SpOnd to a tOast at the annual banquet yYBODY can you what a tot .But only y( can tell you w .co is worth. 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