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PAID TRIBUTE Parker, Roosevelt, Lane, Take Part in Lafayette Celebration. New York. Sept. ?.?A metrica?? d?bt to France wa? acknowledge?! today by the celebration here of the ISlit anni versary of the iisu-nui? d? LaUay ette'? birth and th? fourth annr?er?ary of the heroic ?Und mad? by the French when they ?topped the Oer man? at the Maroe The celebration befan at the foot ef Bartholdi's ?tat?? ot Lafayett?. Charle? A. Downer, president of the Alliance Fran?aise of Net? York, pre ?ided Judge Alton B. Parker, the speaker of the day. Mid: ?"We have not forgotten, nor will we ever forget France. There never ?wa? a braver and more chlvalroua knlfht than Lafayette." lia."i?J I? Atteeataae?. Ambassador Jueaerand attended the later ceremonies held in the City Hall where maaeed French and American banda played their countrle?' an them?. Col. Roosevelt who spoke at the City Hall said, in part: "Lafayette ?Day commemorates the ?ervlce? rendered to America In the Revolution by France. Our army on the other ?Ide Is now repaying in part our debt, and next year we have rea son to hope and we must insist, that the fighting army In France from the ] United States ?hall surpass ln num bers the lighting armv in France of either France or England. It la now time for America to bear her tu? ?hare of the common burden, the burden borne by all the alile? In.thin great war for liberty and Justice - . In a apeech before the French American Society Secretary Lane re- ' viewed the work of th? Inlted State? ?? the w?r. He said: ?We are answering Germany with a spirit of confidence and determination, which cannot be ?celled In the whole ?weep of Western Europe. It is a free ?plrit. a growing spirit, which has rejected the theory that some men are born to rule and other? to be their peasant henchmen." Tke Midwrneer Garden. "Crop rotation means In the vege table a-arden ?imply following a top crop with a root crop, or vice ver sa." ?ay? the garden editor of the Woman? Home Companion. "Don't put lettuce or peas where early cab bage grew, but put beet?, turnips or radiihes in these place*, and the let tuce and peas where the iarly beets and turnip? were. In addition to repl.-.n'ln? every Inch of ?pace that has furnished an early crop, there are two things to ^ bear In mind a? impo.-.-int now. | One i? to keep the garden free of dead vegetable top??pea vim?., bean?, bushes or vines, and ail of 'he things that have finished fruiting. ] And the other is to pick evcrytlvng | constantly, and do your plckirj early In the morning, whil? IX vegetables and the air are yet <?? eel. Even If you are not goinf to le able to use all of the toy"? yield, gather everything?except green corn: then put the vegetable? away rrsprwl in cabbage leaves, in a d, rk. cool place, or ln the Ice box Tick everything Just a little ahead of It.? mttarity. rather than even ? n hour beyond It. All vegetable.? are better Just before they are full grown. "Green corn, however, is the one thing that ?hould be Just fully ma tured?and should not be picked un til it em go from the garden Into the pot of boiling water, and thence! to the table. This I? because the sugar in com turn.? to starch with in twenty-four hour? of its gather ing?and begins to turn the ver7 moment It I? picked The sooner it ran b? cooked, therefore, and the sutrar fixed, the sweeter and more delectable It is." Collere Prank? on Batti? Front. ?'American boys in France are not ??Idlers yet." stays Herbert Corey, in Everybody's for August. "To be more precise they are not soldiers j from the European point of vi. w. A day s or a wee* s or a month ? ex perience stand? between most of them and complete efficiency as ?alit ine men. Some must be taucht the tricks of the trade. Others fight well enough when they are stirred, but thev mu?t learn to look on man-kill ing ss a Job instead of a ?porting transaction. Too many of them still want to make sure that the other fellow bas an even chance before thev start on him. Some college men ?Yale ?nd Harvard?are intelligent officer? in a regular army regiment 1 know well. It was a part of their work to sneak through 'NO Man's Land* every nicht and try to find out what the Boche was doing. One night they hid a wonderful Inspira tion?one that traced its pedigree ?tralght to fraternity nights. They crawled Into the thinly held front trench and nussy-footed their way along it at the Imminent danger of being bayoneted or ?hot or bombed. Whenever thev came to the mouth of a communication trench they either ?tole the name-?ign?which answer? the purpose of a sign-post at a cross roads?or els? they changed the signs. Then they clambered over the para pet again and lay Just outside chuck line In th? darkness near a German strong point. We thought we'd hear ?ome Prussian officer come alone nnd bawl those Dutchmen out,' they ex plained afterward" "Ifa^JyJ Eves \fSEJ The wise man doe? no wrong in changing hi? habits with tbe times. Show your wisdom by changing your glasaes whenever nece?sary. A graduate optometrist of 15 years devotes his entire time to the eyes QUALITY OPTICAL CO. 438 9th ? W I I ?pn?l ?ml ?urplu?. ?G;.OOP.issi. T?Or over half ? century t- this institution has been performing fiduciary and banking services to the satis faction of an ever-increasing clientele. fCall and let us inform you in just what ways we can ?erve you and your dependents. Wills drawn without charge when this company is named to act thereunder. ?T Sana? rau A interest caul oat both ?raat ant aerali atatouDta National Savings & Trust Company, Cor. 154?. and N. Y. Ave. -avajjfty-??????) reale - ? BALMY BENNY WED CALL THAT AN INSULT TO THE RAT. By AHERN War Gardener, After Blue Ribbons. Montclalr, N. J.?rotato plants, cabbage and other garden products are being watched with special care by the war gardeners here, every one of whom wants to win one of the prises to be awarded at the big war garden exhibit to be held hert September 2 to 4. More than 300 home "soldiers of the soil" already have notified R. B. Zabrlskie, presi dent of the War Garden Association, of their intention to make entries. In addition to the local awards there will go to the blue ribbon winner in canned vegetable class the National Capital Prise Certificata and thrift stamps offered by the National War Garden Commission. Mr. Zahriskie announce? that more than 80 per cent of the people* here have war gardens thi??, year, averaging all the way from ten by twe*nty-flve feet to two acres in size. Japan May Be Trusted. Japan, alone of the ftl?eft, ?* in a position immediately to throw forcer, iato Siberia in support of the Cftfcho. : Slovak troop? and the loyal Ru^jlun elements that have already rallied to the latter. Such a move on the part ? of Japan, supported by smaller force* from the T'nlted States and the al lies, would immediately ease the pressure on the Western front. There I* no fear of Japanese domination In Russia. Viscount Ishli, Japanese Am? ; bassador to the Vnltcd States. hits said that the Germ? ? Emperor was responsible for the "yellow peril" In the I'nited States and for an ex i tensive ant l-American propaganda i In Japan. On another occasion he ' brought this message from the people | of Japan to the people of America: "We trust you: we love you; and If you will let us, we will walk at your side in loyal good fellowship down ?11 the coming years." History proves that Japan may be trusted, just as , it proves that Germany may not be. ?Charlton Bates Strayer, In I^estle's. Defense of an Abased Institution. In son.? and Joke through all the ?j?? the goat has had most of the left-handed compliments. All that the goat has done to redeem his char acter counts for nothing. The most fashionable men and women wear on their feet and hands the akin of the kid. The finest of shawls, some of the most popular winter garments are the product of these flocks. Bainty children are fed with the milk of the goat*, and it produces the finest of cheese. But there are few good words for the benefactor.? Vancou ver Province. Slacker Monument Raxed. Quite an extraordinary situation I was precipitated in a small Iowa ? community recently through the re ! fusai of a prosperous family of "con ! scfentious objectors" to contribute ' aid In. any form to the prosecution ?of the war. says the popular Mechan ? ics Magazine. The family, consisting ; of elajht members, is a. prominent one engaged In agriculture, and aroused Indignation by its steadfast refusal ! to purchase liberty bonds, or subscribe '? to the Red Cross after repeated ap [ proaehes. ? As an outgrowth of this atltude. a j monument, perhaps one of the [ strangest that has ever been erected i in America, was raised In the heart ! of the business district of the town. ! It was about eight feet in height and [ painted yellow. On each of its four sides, beneath the inscription, "Dedi cated to C- County Slackers." ap ' peared the names of each of the eight ? members of the ostracized family. | Through the services of an attorney I the family eventually re-established diplomatic relations. Its liberty bond quota, which amounted to 11,100, was met by a donation of corresponding size to the Red Cross. When the ' family further agreed to erect a ; W-foot flagpole In th? place oc cupied by the slacker monument, the townspeople, assembled at a MEt* ' ing, ordered the shaft burned. Convenient New Sewing Cabinet Many of the needleworker's wants are supplied in a sewing cabinet, illustrated in the Popular Mechanics Magazine. On the inside of the two front doors are racks for materials. : Lower than the doors is a large j drawer having a front and a rear ' compartment. while above this ! drawer are two smaller ones and ? a compartment for a work basket. The top is made In two sections that fold together and, when open ed, stands on edge. On its under side are racks for holding pattern??. ? while immediately below the top is | a tray for needles -nd buttons. Combined Valve-Repair Tool. Five different kinds of work can be done with a three-piece valve repair outfit designed for motor ist?, which is shown in the Popular Mechanics Magazine. The largest member consists of a cylinder notched at one end and threaded on the Inside for recutting ojitside stem threads. The opposite end is used in turning hexagonal nuts. A second part has a conical threaded head useful In removing broken plunger???. A ??moulder near the end Is employed in reaming off rough nipples. A third tool, also used in removing broken plunger?, has a sharp, wedge-shaped point BY CONDO f Of" COURS*? YOU SAW THIS KvtD PVDOL?^ BUT rvcSveiRTMSt-eSS Yew PLOWED THROUCtH IT AN? SPATTER.err? MS ANT) S*SV*5RAl_ 0THf?R5* FROM H&4D TO f=OOT !! I THnVK THIS ON*S TR<rMTr".e*srT ,*???_?_ Cu?<fS fou of THtt HABIT.".'. ANOTHER D. C. MAN GETS COMMISSION Nash A. Witten Becomes Lieuten ant; Resident? Also Named. AnothiT Washington boy Is privi leged to wear the uniform of an offi cer in the t'nlted stale? army with the commissioning of Nash A. Witten, son of Mr. and Mr?. Jame? A. Witten. of the Alabama Apartment?, a ?ec ond lieutenant. When he wa? drifted last April I.ieut. Witten wa? with the Laminan HASH A. WITTEN Kiuraving Company. He had previ ously been trained al?n* these lines jat the Academy of Fine Art? in Chi cago, where he had gone upon hi? ?graduation from the Central High School of this city. Lieut. Witten ?ill be on duty at Camp Jackson. S. C. Hie brother, Abrey. is also in the service, and l?*? ?stationed with an aviation unit at Omaha. I Four other newly-appointed officer? on the list gjive lucal addresses: John |W. Olcott, 1862 ?Uptwood place; ? Morris R?ndle. Irving Apartment?; |Jo?eph Ante? Walker. 926 Pennsyl I vanla avenue, and Paul McSween, I ?81 Kuclld street northwest. ! The family of Lieut. McSween have i moved to I.ec?burg. Va., but Wash ington still claims him and list? him I among her sons who have been ?o ! honored by their country. I The other three men'? name? do ? not appear In the city directory. foreignToW?ses become naturalized Fourteen Women from Walter Reed Admitted to Citizenship. Feurteen foreign-born young wom en who have volunteered for over sea? duty a? army nurse? were ad mitted to citizenship yesterday by Justice Gould, of the District Su preme Court. For ?omo time they have been studying at Walter Reed Hospital and are understood to have received order? to sail. Before ?lo in?; ?o it wa? necessary for them to become naturalized. Justice Gould complimented them highly for their loyalty and praised their devotion to duty. It 1? thought these young women are the first in the history of the United State? to be thus admitted to citizenship. Foreign-born soldiers to the num ber of 255 were made American citi zens yesterday by Justice Gould. Of this number 120 came on horseback from Fort Myer to the courthouse, while 11" marched from Camp Meig?. What Your Bond WiU Do. If you buy a $100 bond of the Fourth liberty I#oan, you are lending the United States government enough money to feed a soldier in France a little more than seven months. Or you have furnished enough money to give him a complete outfit of winter and summer clothing, including shoes and stockings, and slicker and over coat and blankets, with enough left over to arm him with a good revolver. You have done that much to beat back the Hun. | It takes J.15 more to arm him with a rifle and a bayonet, and If you buy a second $100 bond you furnish him this rifle and 1,000 cartridges for it; and there will still be enough to purchase a bomb to throw In a dugout, or de molish a machine pun, together with the Huns operating it. The Sequence. ("The hotels Jn Washington were j so crowded that many were unable ?to find beds?news from the capital.) But probably, though it might not j be knowu, there was lota of "bunk'; I about the town.'?Cartoon? Mofft* JEWISH NEW YEAR STARTS Rosh Hashana Celebration Begins at Hebrew Con gregational Church. Observance of th? Jewish New Year, the Ro?h Hashana. began l?st evening In Washington with an ad dres? by Dr. Simon at the Washing ton Hebrew Congregation church. He will speak again thl? morning at 10 o'clock. Rabbi Silverstans will speak thl? afternoon at the Ahava Slilon syna gogue at Fifth and I streeU. T?? H???? Itiprnlnnre. Ro?h Hashana Is the beginning of the cycle known aa the "ten day? of repentance" anrl ending with the holiest day of the year, the day of Atonement. New Year-? day I? alway? observed as ? day of solemn gladness, although the rest of the period 1? alway? a Mm? of ?adnees and repentance. May Clear Record. To the Jews it marks the day of re cording the deeds of the past year or judgment?a judgment which I? -tostponed. however, until after the day of Atonement when through the 'rue repentance and sincere contrition he ?Ins are blotted out and a new ? pportunity afforded to live a life r purity and usefulness. It is also called the Day of the Wowing of the Trumpet. Around this ceremony?the blowing of the shofar or ram'? horn?the ervlce of the day revolves. The ? ram's horn Is supposed to refer to the salvation of Isaac and the sub it itution of a ram In his place when Abraham was about to sacrine? him. Feast of Tabernacle?. Yom Kippur. the day of atonement, will be celebrated next week on Sun day evening and Monday morning. September 15 and 16. The Feast of Tabernacles, or fiukkoth. which com memorates the period when the chil dren of Israel were lost ln the wilder- [ ness Is the following Frldsy. During this period the people of the orthariox Jewish faith will build some sort of a scant shelter ln their yards and sleep and eat In it. Men in uniform will he welcomed at the services (Turing celebration. The places where the service will he Talmud Torah, ?0 E street south weet: Ahava?. 621 Four and a Half ?treet southwest; Esra Israel, F.lghth and I streets northwest; Mount Pleas ant 170* Fourteenth street northwest; Georgetown. 1200 Twenty-eighth street northw?st; Serman Schabas. 1218 Sev enth street northwest; Hall. Seventh and I streets northwest; Ohave Sho lom. Fifth and I streets northwest; Adas Israel. Sixth and I streets north, and the Washington Hebrew Congregation. Eighth atreet between H and ! ?treet? northwest. ALEXANDRIA TBE HERALD BUREAD. A 8. le. tupaia a, TS h :a tatreerL Alexandria. Va., Sept. ?. ? H. W. B>rd. fuel administrator for Vn ginia, today telegraphed overy local fuel Administrator in the state, reporting a most gratifying ob servance throughout Virginia last Sunday of th? appeal? to use motor cars for necessary purposes only, ln ?ome communities, how ever, he added that the response was not loo per cent. Thl?, he ?ays. Is not In keep-] lng with tho traditions of Virginia, to decline to respond to any patriotic measure. Continuing, he say?: "The con servation of gasoline is vital to the successful prosecution of the war. and I appeal to the people of Vir ginia to make next Gtanday and each succeeding Sunday, so long as the present order may be necessary, notable for the ready response to the spirit and Intention of this re quest of the National Fuel Admin istration. Those who ignore this appeal and use their cars for pleas ure should be marked and treated a? slackers." According to a telegram re ceived from Thomas ? McA lama, director of the ?ale of war s:i\.ngs stamps for Virginia, the people of Virginia have subscribed $130,noO.? 000. or $8.24 per capita out of a total allotment of $20 per capital, or $400,000.000. There ts considerarle complaint throughout the city owing to tho poor] 'luality of gas now being furnished. I This morning many person* accue tomed to cook by gas were compelled to resort to other means for coking their breakfasts. A subscription dance will he given this evening by,the Ladles Auxiliary to the Old Dominion Boat Club at the club house. During the month of Aagust ' ? in oculations were given bv the 1'nited States Public Health Service hen? avi an equsl amount was probably ?hen I by the physicians of the citv and the I officials of the Virginia SI ii li - \ Corporation. The Inoculations are against typhoid fever. Dr. W. I... Wood, in charge of the T'niled States t'ublic Health Service, announces that the work Is done free of clnrge by three Red Croa* nurse.? in the rooms of the Chamber of Commerce, which is the headquarter? of tl?..? P. S. Public Health Service. The daily, hour? for this work are from 1:30 DRAFT BOARDS TO SPEED TASK '.ocal Bodies Hope to Hold Record of Making First Returns. I?ocel draft board? are tod?y pre parine; the plan? which will ?nabla ibem to be the flr?t to complete their j report? on the September 1? regi? I tratlon and ?end them to the office of the provost marehal general. i In the last registration Waahlngton . wa? the flret large city In the coun- ' try to file It? report with the War Department, and local draft official? are determined not to let any other city beat them In thi? rcaUtratlon. All of the eleven board? will ?end their cards to the Diatrict Building Immediately they finl?h their work and the card? will be (one over by a ?summarizing committee under Alonzo ! Tweedale, auditor for the District. 1 ??ur I Isla It i-i,uirr d. Each board mu?t prepare four Hata, I which will b? ?ent to the Durtrict ! I Building with the cards. These list? I will ?how the cltizen?hip. the race ? and the age of all men who regafter. <;<??. Crowder expect? to have the 't lieta showine; the ?erial number? on ' the registration card? of all retrU Urants In hi? office by the Saturdar after registration. In the la?t ref !l?tratlon it took the board? over a ? month to have these lista completed | and sent to the general. After regi?tratlon day the first ! work of the local board? will be to ?distribute the que?tionnalre?. They ?will contain the aerial number? only : and not the order number?. An ? order from Gen. Crowder provide? that these Questionnaire? must reach I the registrant a? soon as possible ? after the day set for registration. The questionnaires must be re 1 turned to the board by the regl? i trant within seven day?, exclusive I of Sunday? and holiday?. It ha? ? been found that this Is time enough , for all case? and more than I? need ed In most, but some men have greater difficulty In finding the re quired data than others and there fore thia long period is given. iiu. ? a?a?J Anawer. Th? following question he? been ral?fd in a letter for The Washing ton Ilr-rald: To the Kdltor of The ??Vaehingt.ri Herald?Will you kindly tell u? through the column? of your valua ble paper If crippled men who have nnt yet reached their s?th birthday will hare to register next Thursdny ?for Instance, a mah who Is Inca pacitated from doing manual labor and wear? one artificial foot and la now holding down ? night watch man's job with good result?? Will such men aa I have mentioned have to regi?ter? (Signed) A WATCHMAN*. Answer?Tee. Men such as you have mentioned will have to regieter. All men, no matter what their con dition Is. between the age? of 1? ?nd 45 year?, who have not previously registered must do ?o. 'Tige' Leeman Now Joins U. S. Fliers as Lieutenant V. N. Tjeeman. better known as "T'ire" I>?eman by re e .?on of numer ous clever cartoon contributions to j various publications, was repatriated | a* an American citizen st th? court j house yesterday preparatory to re j ' .iving a lieutenancy commission in | the aviation section of the United States ?ervice. When" the war first broke out, "Tige," who i* a native son of the Golden West, left his California home -,?,? enlisted as a flier with the Cana dian troops. That was before the United States entered the war. He was Riven a commission as lieutenant In the Canadian aviation corps, and now will have the sanv? status while snaring aloft for 1'ncle Sam. Wil! Discuss President's Action on Death Sentence Tho n??t!on of Prui-tent Wilson tn <ommuting to life Imprisonment the sentence? of the six colored soldiers condemned to die for i-, rtioipating in the Houston riot, will be di?cuas?*d at a special meeting of the National Evangelistic Ministers of America to be held on the evenir.??: of pop t ember 9 at the Cosmopolitan Baptist Church. 1 The meeting haa been called to dis cuss the question snd to aid in the I registration of colored men. until 5 p. m., and on Tuesdays and Friday? from 7.30 until 1:30 p. m. Mrs. Catherine Make, y ha* sold to "Mrs. Florence N? Schwanmann a house and lot on the west pide of Alfred street, between Cameron and Queen ?txoete. Liberty I?odge. No. ?, Rebckahs. tonight ^ave a social entertainment in Odd Fellows Hall. Services will be held at 10 o'clock tomorrow morning in tbe synagogue on North Washington street In ob servance of Rosh Hashana, the Jew ish New Tear celebration. They will he conducted by Morris H. Younger man, of the Hebrew Union College. Cincinnati. Services also were held at 7:30 o'clock tonight in the syna gogue. Three hundred children today at tended the free picture show at the Richmond Theater marking the for mal opening of "play week." which will begin next week. Preserving Time Finds us completely ready with all the latcet scientific appliances to make your preserving successful and economical. \m*rw*: A Good Canner will enable you to put up .?????? ?h all kinds of vegetables and Jltll%C,%^ fruits in the latest and ami ? ? ? ? ye// most scientific manner and the initial cost is very small. ?? ? iKST... $4.00 (???-;G. $2.2.5 g",,. $4.50 ?Mason's Fruit Jars with Porcelain Tops? l'In??.T5c doi.?:;i::ir'?.e*e d01? 14-t.t. Iron Preserving Kettlet, porcelain lined.$1.25 Jelly Strainer?. 25c Extra Canning Rack* to fit any wash boiler, 8-jar size. 85c Barber ( Ross, 1 Ith & G Sts. Lingerie Boudoir a r merits We Announce a Splendid New Showing Silk Teddys, $1.95, $2.95 Admirations, $1.50 to $5.00 Silk Gowns and Bridal Out fits . . Corsets and Accessories MODERATELY PRICED WU.? ?0Y PROVES ALIBI DENTISTS WARNED IN EVA ROY CASE AGAINST SLACKERS 'rosecutor Reports Lad Tells Ac ceptable Story. Will!? Wor?ter, th? F?lrf?x boy ? the Staunton Asylum for the In ane, has been cleared of ant- ?us ncion of complicity in the murder if little Eva Roy, according to a tateraent made last nicht by At orney Vernon Ford, proeecutor for he Commonwealth. Mr. Ford ?tatrd that he had prjv n that the boy'? story of his move ncnts on the day of the crime wer? or th? main part correct. "I have never believed that Wor ter could have been sruilty of the rime," the attorney declare1, "but he Comrronw?*etth thoutrht that v. ry theory wa? at least worthy if invc-'ti'-ailon." Tha l-oy was ?rrftted nearly our w< t ks ?go. A week ago he i'ta ?. turned to the gtaunton atay um fr..m which h? escaped. Mr. Ford it?ted that the Com? ponweaUh Is investigating ?evera! i"W theories. Cautioned to Atoid Extracting Mo lari from Draft Evaders. Warning to ?void aiding ?Uckertt hau tone out to all American demist? from W. ? Tracy, director general of the PreparedneH League of Amen. : can Dentist?. Many member? of the league have} been approached by ?lacker? who d> sn?d to be rendered "dentally" unlit. The order. a?nt broadcast throjgh ! out the I'nited State?. 1? aa foliot?t "The Department of Justice haa turned over to thi? office information h ft has received tending to ?bow that reentrants In cert?ln localities, ? desiring to avoid military service, hat? I sought to have teeth extracted ?to a? ? to render them ?sUgible to phy?i. ?J disqualification. ?Thi? office desire? te w?rn all dentists against permitting themselv.-? to be a patrty to practice? of thl? sort j and to call attention to the fact that severe penalties are provided in the law for any person cunspi: nag to aid . another to avoid the draft " I Study the ?tore ads?that yon mat? ' be informed aa to style? and f< in dreta?. ?nd a? to what clothe? ' now COatt. " If You Would Enjoy Something Really Delicious Just Try MILK-FED CHICKENS You Will Find Them Tender, Juicy and Sweet Flavored Different and Superior to the Farm Chickens ?Their perfection i? obtained by pi\ing them a scientific mixture of pure, wholesome food in conjunc _ tion with buttermilk. Dry-Picked Milk-Fed Chickens retain all the delicate flavor ing of the flesh; all the cells of the flesh are rounded ou?, sott and juicy, and do not become stringy or tough. Just Try These Famous Milk-Fed Chickens. Yon'U Like Them. For Sale by All First-Clats Dealers. If your Dealer Cannot Supply You. Call on GOLDEN & CO., 922-928 Louisiana Avenue. ^ BLUEMONT, VA. In the Picturesque Blue Ridge Mountains of Virtinia Altitude. 1.500 Feet Sunday Excursions t?? 1 O? deluding ?art** f | Q ? Tw ? /? Children, half fare Tfo I - ? Q f ?..?U%J ROUND TRIP ? x ?*"? Electric tra.ni leave Tertnmal. 36tb and M Ml 8:30 and 9:50 a. m. and 2 p. m. Rerun.??, lea?* Erueecai at 3:14. 5:40 and 7:35 p m ' - No Dust?No Dirt?No Cinders Washington and Old Dominion Railway.