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Ri bn s a dsme nch Satin Taffeta Ribbon, the most wanted of all ribbon on account of its quality and lister. In white, pink, blue, maise, nile, I new green, turquoise and violet. Ribbons that usually sell for 5oc. Opening Price ............. .. 1 c x x Ve i Black and White Complexion Veiling, in all I ~the new designs-18 inches wide -quality that sells some places at 25c.-at others, 18c. 30c. Opening Price............................ cape Boas --the latest novelty in Neckwear made with 3 rows of accordion-pleated ruffles of Black Liberty Silk and long pleated $2.4 C ends. Sell usually for $3.98. Opening Price..... t x- x Wrist Bags A special lot of Wrist Bags, in mo. .rocco, seal, grain leather and wal rus-in black, tan, brovm and gray-leather lined-with gilt snake-clasp frames and gilt chains. 75c. values. 4 Opening Price. .................................. . e Umbrellas 500 Ladies' and Men's Umbrellas, 26 and 28 in. frames, mounted on para gon frames with steel rods; close-rolling styles, with century runner. The handles include congo, silver trimmed box and furze, new ash, ivory, Dresden, pearl, horn and mourning ef fects; 20 styles in all. $1.98 is regular. Opening Price ......................................... $ .2 xx X X_ Toilet Goods. Genuine 4711 White Rose Glycerine Soap.........ic. Woodworth's Extract Blue Lilies, oz...........25c. Dr. Lyons'Tooth Powder........................ 13c. Armour's Witch Hazel Soap, 3 cakes..............ioc. X x_ ID)D AUTO OBIL PARAD E amount of comment was that driven by Dr. rUTOMOBILE P A R A DEstreet nrtheast, __________The automobile wasn a representation of at eagle. In front was arranged a large cagle NOVEL PEATURE OP THE XORN- head, from the nostrils of which steair ING' G.a..a. w~co:E. was constantly blowing. spreading wings INGSwere arranged along the side o the car riage and an eagle's tail. mammoth in itE Proportions, projected behind. Dr. Waitc 3Eandsome Machines in Line-The and the other occupants of the carriagE were dressed in fancy costumes. A small Award of Prizes of Different boy was perched on the eagle's neck. The Judges were a unit In declaring this steal Clas"ss. aurtomobile entitled to the first noyeltq prize. The second novelty prize was awardedl Mr. A. 10. Offutt of Anacostla, who was ac One of the distinctively novel features of conied by Dr. Dewesse. On the frorW the Gruid Army encampment was the au- of this vehicle were the letters "G. A. R.," tomobile parade, which was today seen on and avringing from everywhere about the the principal streets down town. This pa- machine were bunches of wheat and other grain. The car was decorated In agricul lade was the first spectacular event of the 4url fashion and was quite elaborate. seek, nnd attracted admiring attention Another novelty decoration of merit was m the thousands of people who lined the that on The machine owned and driven by odewalks along the route. Gen. En Tor- Dr. A. B. Richardson, superintendent of th ganc, comandr-Inchie of he GandGovernmnent Hospital for the Insane, at St. ance, commander-in-chief of the GrandThe front of his auto was Army, rode at the head of the long pro- mass of flaga, and arranged among these sasion of horseless vehicles, and was loud- were a spreading eagle and the Insignia of ly cheered by all the visiting veterans who the Grand Army. Two automobiles which attraoted atten. recognized their leader. In the line were tion on their own unadorned account were namny beautifully decorated autos, to the those driven by Mr. G. R Tompkins and irettiest of which handsome prizes were Mr. S. S. Olds. Jr. With the latter was swarded. The novelty decorations, ofMrFemaFils Bohftee o Wrhich there were many, ter.reey repowrfurechieoan mined, and the cleverest of these were givneacn n a aal fmkn it ie prizes, too. All types of automobiles, from the electric runabout of diminutive propor- a or $.ions, to the immense red French racing Wih r.Hnyoefthvceha. ears, were represented in the parade. "' iseM.CleneI The a.utos assembled this morning at 9:30 Rem mn teswohdatsi o'cloch~ at Scott Circle, the intersection ofthlieoteDadewrMssegE Massachusetts avenue and 16ith street, and Ple.M.Jh .HoM.Gog it was half an hour later when a buzzing Hwr..M.Caec .NrnnD.D of motors, the puffing of engines and theD. uch.acopnebyM.Jm roar of the gasoline-driven cars announced F rna:M.FeeikPls r .D the beginning of the novel pageant. The parade was in charge of Messrs. JhsnadM.A .Ptesn Robert Brown. Alexander Hensey, Chas. E. Wood and Edwin Duff, the vice chairmen of PEETTO EEOIS the committee. all of whom had vehicles______ In line. Senator Thurston of Nebraska wasn chairman of the automobile parade commit- Gf oPo.W .Iead rnia tee, but was unable to be present. General o elyonSho To~rrance rode at the head of the long train of vehicles with Mr. Brown. Mr. Brown's ThMaoiHUin enytnwa auto was not decorated. He was immediate-fledwtrpesnaieofhe asn Ny followed, however, by a gasoline car-LogteJ.0U.AM.adThBys stage which was judged to be the pretticst Stra ih at h ersnaie in the parade and was afterward awarded o hs eea raiain sebe firat prize. In this automobile was Mr. Charles E. Wood, one of the vice chair-fothpuosofrenigPo.W.. meen, who was accompanied by Mr. W. F. Iead rnia ftepbi cojftt Gud~e. The 'mobile was a'perfect mass of twwt iese ieeso hsl yeses and chrysanthemums. None of the a oe fterapeito ftego boy of the vehicle could be seen on ae count of the flowers, which were bankedwoktaheasdn rteyugmt upon it everywhere,.ftevlae ntepcueaepit~ The Second Prime.wihteTnetw scolouenth A section of Haley's band, in an elec- bcgonwietelf-h otat0 tric carry-all, followed the two leading car- Po.Ieadocpe h oerud h riage. and furnished the musIc for the ebesadtesho os r eya parade. Then in a line which reachedtstclygopdithpcurhepc ever several blocks came the various kinds tr tefbigvr euiul rmd of carriages. Many were driven by ladies, Tepeetto a aeo eafo h and these invariably attracted attention Msncldeo h onb r h~pl and applause. One especially pretty car-Onbh!ofteJ.0U..M.yMr riage was that of Mrs. George W. Strong. Ae.3.Twlwoflstehgetjci Her auto was covered with .Anerican lo ita re nteDsrcadM beauty roses, with wide bends of pink rib-HoadC iyonbhlof'heos, hans flowing in all directions and formingmetodthfathtPr.Ielnwi a, enuopy, above the occupants. The wheelsthfoneofTeBys"a gnim were wrapped in pink and the body of thetinwchadbeprutveo uc vehicle was covered with the same col-godfrteyngmnfthtw. wred cloth. This auto was a dainty littie Po.Ieadmd el otemn n ~m.and was justly awarded second priseloitcrmkshahdbendreedt the judges. Another pretty vehicle was hm n hne h raiain 0 that driven by Mrs. Hickling. wife of Dr.thikndyepsiosadfrhegi D. Percy Hickling. The decorative schemewhcsoamrbytpfetesm. wsone apropos of the seaon. Autumn M.6 eoa akno h lr Sewers, and especially golden rods, wereofcefthSprmCorofheDsic mesedabout the carriage, while ribbon o ~ubs naporaermrw! stramer in white and yellow completedcmethpridnofTeBys" r.F the effective whole. Mrs. Buckling's car- D oel otedbaanatraln wa well tio the front in the par-absdecueeyaseg ftpodfvr aattracted a large share of attention. Proceeding from Scott Circle the parade snoved east on Ma=.mhasetts avenue to 'UB3IT!IU . 14th Street and down the latter thorough fare to F street. Here a turn was madeVlUbOPgotte3 3uhtb easwarlyand upon reaching 10th street the auto. filed down to Peasylvania are- A AryadNv l, .e Tan the south side of the thor- IOsteu1unrcusiatofo w r, they ran as far east as the Peacemaigeoftefot heat.e Mosing aronn the =mmaat, fCnetct vnebt. agi prendje up Pennavai ave- sos h rpryI eto fwa -la to the White Heos -reviswing sam. Executive avenue, the utmwinj ist.wa oeo.~~4 h inoved dowrn into Mm Whte Lot and Pfress e ntgon ke h ecpahm around the eilips, where they were Judged I spooiGhWteat eetotg the vice charmen of the co===htaee. dona stemahtedbh~0 autes were preceded by one of the s ryaiavCubtthte ma deeameant of bico. pol..em.. gathered to=uther by Maor eyrster.te.Whthseiini asf u . ye of these ans redsehabsest isn~ M oma~etedb~eaaai wtaile shoub trds othee ambed t h i wiba oss autes es eiher sk Theg meede a - saeei aaom& ~~a ye roadwag for the hess... a... iggles, ~tebtneo h raea police mirngesnts 1 alonleg the rests a ie Ofei 1 a saet e udair'ts At sech intr-ase.-- street bes.A aha tea. rnbai eeb l fhewa. amunt of comtwsat driven by Dr NpsD Fra.tank~ H.I tWat of 502 tre norteast head, ms frohth nostis of hic ear wa-ostnl.boig Srain ig BON MARCHE. | 9ON M E. BON MARCHE. E W E invite you to an opening now that means more than any opening we have ever VI held. Seventeen years ago we started~ this business here. One building, with one building's facilities, was enough. But in that building we illustrated our bility to cater well to your needs, and now the best part-of three buildings is required Dr this business. We've practically rebuilt this store since last July. We've increased its facilities a hird. The departments have been enlarged. The perfection we saw before-was only n Inspiration for the perfection we've accomplished now. The opening is practically n invitation to see a new store, but it has the substantial reputation of an old store of ,nown reliability back of it. Of course, Millinery claims first attention in such an opening as this. This Is Millinery house, in a way. That is, it itatted as a Millinery house. We've made Millinery a specialty. During all the years of our career we've added to the icilities for getting the best that was produced. Paris supplies much, New York upplies much, Berlin supplies much and thete's much of our own creation. That ve show you Hats that are original and exclusive Is the result of effort and appli ation and experience, too. We see what's best-for our buyers have carte blanche o go everywhere. We buy what experience tells us is best. It's for you to pass idgment now on our fall and winter collection. t Better Hats than we've ever shown at the price. $5 n ats we've always made 5. Trimmed Hats "special" here and the constant striving for improvement meets de served reward. It's almost impossible to describe them except in a general way-for there are hundreds in the line and all different. Some are of white scratch felt, effectively trimmed with 'long white plumes, and con trasting black velvet and chenille-others of chiffon, others of beaver, others of velvet-with trimmings of lace, chiffon scarfs, wings, birds, &c. Such hats are not to be bought anywhere else In America at such a price. First choice will mean much, too-for we won't duplicate them ex cept to copy them to order with slight changes. Ask to see the $!;000 Trimmed Hats at - - - - - - - - - - . . . . . X S o 0 We're going to make a Suit Special one of the features of the S is Opening. We've made up a line of Black Cheviot Suits-all lined with black taffeta silk throughout, in double-breasted tight-fitting and double-breasted reefer effects-the very latest cuts-the very best workman ship and finish. Sizes 32 to 42. They're suits that can't be du= $ plicated anywhere less than $20. Think of silk-lined Suit at - $11 5 ALEXANDRIA AFFAIRS OORDERS TO VETERANS bid Twenty-First Anasal E ncampment Began Today. Th The twenty-first annualC encamment of D. I .VETERANS TODAY, the Sons of Veterans this morning 103 WEDNESDAY PARADE. baeb at 9 o'clock with a'in' 6f the council- iiam in-chief which will. exariqle thie reports and ren Pilgrimages to the Home of Washing- audit the accounts preparatory to a report Detail Of Reviews Announced-Mar- Bon, tomorrow morning at the mneeting at Car- . B ton Taken by Thousands of the roll Institute Hall.Gudes oll of Civic Escort W. roll nstiute all.Bont G. A. . Members. E. F. Buck of Illinois, C. J. Post of Michi- to Gen. Torrance. W. gan and James B. Adams of NeWr Jtrsey, Co COL._.A__rA _ 3.GLATO . composing the council-in-chief, arrived InJ.a Evening Star Bureau, the city early this morning. All of the na Col. A. Noel Blakeman has Issued his ape- Clay No.cl order No. I for the Wednesday parade H. Bell Telephone No. 116. Chief E. R. Campbell of this city. Senior Char ALEXANDRIA, Va., October 6, 1902. Vic yl- as follows: AlexandTla has been filled with visitirig iana Junior Vice Commander Herbert S. 1. The marshal announces the following L. I Thompson of Rhode Island, Adjutant Glen- appointments on his staff: Chief of staff. N. Bruit Grand Army veterans from Washington eral Charles S. Davis of this city. Assistant W. Day; adjutant general, H. L. Swords* Grah today. Early in the morning the trains Of AdjutantO. H. Budlong of this city, Quar- assistant adjutant general, Schuyler Schief- Matt the Washington, Alexandria and Mount termaster Fred B. Bolton of Massachusetts, Gase Vernon railroad brought hundreds of the Assistant quartermaster Thomas J. Han- felin; assistant Inspector general. W. R. Gude vetran toths ctywhee heyspet sv-noa of Massachusetts, Judge Advocate Glen- Spooner; assistant quartermaster general, Heis: eterans to this city, where they spent sev-John . Wnten; chief of aids, Charles Hick eral hours in visiting the various places in Chaplain-In-Chief Rev. Howard Wilbur H. I and about Alexandria made famous by as- Ennis of Maryland Commandery, now of Hera sociation with events of interest during the Brooklyn, N. Y. Delegations are coming In 2. The marshal and staff will be desig- Char civil war. Several hundred more passed on every train, and the attendance tomor- nated as. follows: Marshal, sash of buff; niag throgh he ityen out fo Mont er-row will exceed that of any previous en- mai-shal's staff, sash of buff and white: sen through the city en route for Mount Ver-r Rich non. The capacity of the local electric A 'lc oih hr ilb ra ewr rmtelf hudrt h ih r railway has been taxed to its ut most today cm iea ovn~o al drse ysd.Ln to transport the enormous crowds. All the Cali-nCifEnsadohr.Te3 h tf n iswl eot oneCa morning heavily laden trains followed eachprgatoorwoeswtthasm-ahedutrsrmtlat91o'ocC.i other in close succession on the trip tomadr--cefa9oclcatRo ,mrhlpcedotehadfclunEm Mount Vernon.EbttHuethnainlhaqatr.1tsreeatAiswlreottCaleMc The various historic places here have Te ilfr npoeso ne sotCre r.cif~ is h ilognz e, been centers of attraction for large parties ofadtiofofiesoMnueM adathmiclunfpaonsfegtech tB.i constantly coming and going. Perhaps thebatloofte1tRgmnSsofVtfuryd'diac.ber Marshall House. at the corner of King and t arl nttt al hr h ergad n o ttoso h ieo .F Pitt streets, where Col. Ellsworth was cmmn ilb pndfral.A h ac.Tera ur ilmv rai .I shot, has been the greatest place of attrac- sm orteLde'AdSceywl aln rmtyit oun nteodrsei tion to the visitors. The corner on which cneea ctihRt al 1 eny-dsgae ngnrlodrN.9 n ilNr this old building stands has been crowriedvaiavnenrhetAt1o'lcnonbunrteimdaedrcinofCefOB and smalwi cardboard pictures of the house M.HnyB .Mcaincarnno fSafN .Dy h ealfrea et hav'e been freely disposed of. Many havethborofomilnrsfthDititiosothlnefmacwlleudrteOde resorted to the National cemetery, on theofClmiwldeieanadesowe-cmadfChfofAsCareCuebr' western border of the city, where repose cmt ersoddt yM.A .J. n ilb hre ihtedt fJh the remains of numerous Union soldiers. Jns atcmad~i~heo ons arligteclmkeigtesieRi Capt. J. V. Davis, the superintendent, has tw.Oi.A 'lc eea l o-coemvnadi h ide-fte C ' been busy today greeting his old comrades mccmadri-heGadAm tet n rvn hne ffrain .B in arms. Several of the private residences o h eulc ilmk l fiilvstolqigadls fdsac.Te ilmn of the city which were used as hospitals ada drswih ilb epne oas rvn n raiaino udvso .R In the war have also been centers of inter- b hpanRv oa~ ibrEns hro rmlaigteelm ni eu rs est to the visitors. A 'lc hr ilb eeto tte lrydsisda h on fdsislb i' Police Court Doings. eso fie temrhl he When the name of William Fitzgerald,coadr--hlfhsbeanonewlbeudrtemmaesurvinof00 charged with being a suspicious character, Cl rn atno n~npls a. h asa.Ad irb ealdt o-Sli was called in the police court this morn- etyadtrotatsaeHewsanucteihtecmadrofahd ing the accused did not appear. The sum Geg digo fNwYr n .K.pooe h ieto ih-o eti ilSh of $25, which he had left as collateral, was odofMieThprstcomde-breuedotawllrvntomn-0.C thereupon forfeited. He was arrested byincifB.RCapelotiiciywa ocrsroatmtngorvewSm Officer Smith at the depot of the Southern coe sacmrmstog ewsnttercmad nti iiiyadke .T railroad on South Henry street, and claimnedacaddt.r.arnatta-im ognitosmvigufcetldsat to be a ticket broker. Officer Smith alleged none hicaddc fo192 d a.fmtispittprv tcogto. Caz that he recognized him as a man he bad ar- mrig'ihVl .W ?Cueo n V~ lk hi dniykonad~WW rested here on the same suspicion on thedinplpstcmaeradudejpu itentutosinheneofheAw occasion of a large gathering in Washing- vct eeaadQog iltnti ~~~a otecmadn fie faymn ton some years ago. TreHue a. h r~un i lc r5nztol Taylor Tibba, colored, was before the to.Alaea hb#4. Mn nr g isaermne htPlc eua court on the charge of being an accessory I~l~ljSaeepce'oa.Sntr1e-tosfri eilsfopitreigwt befor'e the fact to the fire supposed to haveerdeoInia, epeettvs anste areat nypit nth lne f been of incendiary origin, which occurred Oeare n oi~,,PwrBowl acadte ilpopl aluo n at the saloon of James Kenley on Peytontrofndasos 4,snwthrpo-thplieopevtayinigmntf street several nights ago. He - was -dis- aetmmeso njes ri~hsti euain missed. The charge of disorderly conduct eeto.~a e~ teclm ilb at was registered against the names of R. A.h addtsfr-q~u f~5~~da aio lc oalwtecmad Wright and Benjamin Scrivener and a fin, o omlyanucdA fotwse-n~cladhsimdaesaft ev as of $5 was imposed in each case.md hsmrigt eu4.oradr h ~unadtk oiinuo h e Kaniufatur'er. wee coacifCmpel oax.~ isl a meig tn.ti The manufacturing Interests oi this city pstvl opri.tj~thsnm.Sle ihtecnet fuaclodr~g are suffering severely from the scarcity otroeso h mneyN.9 n telcto fogzlain n coal. It 4s believed that in the near futurebensugedfre1lcoanse-ruefmrhaxaidwnnteaco-ae large number of lclpatswRb comamyb hie ayigmp ycmado pelled to follow the example of several.W.DYChe o taf that hve alrady sspendeomposingehe coni-i-hif ar15. kived in as Amonhe pantstha bay eleed dU th ity early ths mornin. Al outnisa- asa .7 af m indtett are the Mutual Ice ChCofmpaR.nCambelltof hisgcity Senowggnrlodrt h m~m ft Manufacturmnanderpany..SevenalfmPennsyl and anufcturng wrks n mi sec van ,AJnordigt Vac m manderU.t Hebt~ S. iiiaecrtt h o~Sd~-sd~f outsie ofAiexa~iabay. ubpThompbso- of Rhod Isand t , Adjputtdh' Gen-~,g, _ ol Cornetermaster asN~~- Fre B. Botno Mascusts Asisan qurtrase ThmamJHn none of MassachusettsM1 Jug Advcae en was kifieleralsRaphaeltyTobiaslof New York and"~ burid he. wthoe idstiet~on RuBrooklynt N. Y.T DelegiondWs!8are coming i W I lette t te ceemar3k..Comn~am or eery train, an the~ atedac too-3 '32h krs stains throwh will exceeda thateof anyf prevrous e -campment.~I~5I husban.ampefisre at nConventfromn Hal adrse by_ him sines haChaptain-hin-Chief Enneisimed others. The progra tomoro pens wgt th assem-siqr~s~sm f boha P Uz~' de o a detaof shfler ofMinute Men -an a bly ih batlono hb1tRgmataos fVt eras eseve. Pnnylani, n mac toCrolIsiue al hr h n ION MARCHE. -1.SiWMARCHE. Ready-to-Wear Hats There are five .styles in the spe cial lot we'll tell you about today, walking and roll-brim sailor shapes-made of scratch felt and trimmed with felt, quills and velvet buttons. They're hats that have to be priced $2.25 regularly. For the Opening..., -1 . P tio t Taffeta Silk Petticoats, in changeable and plain colors and black - some made with new flare flounce-others with wide plaiting and small ruffle at bottom. All are finished with silk 8 dust ruffle. The Opening Price is.............. $39 Jewelry Imported Brooches, in enamel, jeweled and chased effects. New, effective designs, in cluding all the really novel wantable things. Sell for 50c. Opening Price............................ ce -x Hosier Ladies' Black Cotton Hose - full regular made-hosiery that has to sell in regular business at 25c. Opening Price.......... c _~x Gloves Ladies' 2-clasp Kid Gloves, in black, white, mode and gray. Special for the Open ing ......... 0.................................... Dr S~ S Children's Dresses made of all-wool cash D resses mere. The newest styles-daintily trimmed with fancy braids and cream insertion. The skirts gored-the dresses lined throughout. Sizes 6 to I4 years. Opening Price...................... - o orm size and design wil be used on COMITTED SUICIE. e. Will Ride With Gen. Torrance. WashIngton Man Dies at ail in alti 3 personnel of the escort is as follows: mere. . Angelo. A. Auerbach. Charles Auer- Information has been received here from J. I. Appich. Dr. L. J. Battle, Wil- Baltimore of the death in that city yester A. Bennett, William Beuchert, War- day of Jemes R. Robertson, who lived li f. Biggs Z. D. Black1stone, George B. this city at 1007 24th street northwest. lits John Breen, Thomas W. Buckey, A. death occurred in the city jail, where he yer, A. G. Bentley, E. L. Burton, j. had been sent on charges of assault and Bartley, L. F. Bradley, Thomas M. drunkenness, under conditions which caused , John Doyle Carmody, James CIssel, hMcK. Clayton, Robert Cook, C. W. sey, W. A. Cooper, W. A. Copenhagen, suicide. He threw himself over the raging Cornish, John Croghan, A. C. Crook, from the fourth tier of the prison and went r. H. Cissel, J. F. Campbell, W. M. headlong to the ground floor, a distance of :on. Charles Childs, R. W. Darby, R. about fifty feet. He met instant death, his larby. C. W. Darr, A. J. Dodge, Dr. leo M. Emmons, William N. Freeman, Faber, Samuel Feland, H. G. Fosberg, ed left here recently after he had been French, Abram Fry, J. M. Ford, drinking considerably and went to Balti r D. Fry, J. D. Frasee, Dr. R. H. more. where a weafthy uncle resides. On am, W. Gwynn Gardiner, E. R. Gasch, hew Goddard, H. A. Gripp, B. S. trie o h, H. E. Gasch, D. W. Green,. P and fined Si by Justice Sauber. Being John J. Harrower, S. B. Hege, P. H.committed. John3. Hrroer, . B Heg, ~ On his way to prison in the ran he at. cell, Jr., Lee L. Herrell, Dr. D. Percy tk ling, G. W. Heisley, C. E. Hoover, W. ediahclore man nmed tave [amilton, J. B. Hammond, Dr. W. M. nJoehHHutrT.CHedro.months. After the religious services were lea oH H.miHunt, . . Hrenyerson, held in the Jail yesterday the cell doors Les H. Hamilton, J. 0. Harvey, Man- wr C. Jones, A. F. Jorso, Charles Jacob- ted opened and the prisoners were permit Claude F. King, A. W. Kelly, D the freedom of the corridors for Lhe trd Kingman, Michael Kinslow, Rob- purpose of getting a little exere. Rob Kirkpatrick, W. Klopfer, Thomas E. eto akdfo i elt h aln on, Angus Lamond, W. F. Lannan,inefrwthim D.JophLHrs, les T. Lindsey. B. F. Locraft, Charlescon .Loefier, L. F. Lusby, William A.afeersumndauyofiuetad ,A. B. Landon. Andrew Loeffler, jr., a h uyhddcie httepioe et Loefiler, Clifford Lazgham, Alex. rmvdt h oge h itmgv wrichar, G. 3. Muller, Dr. F. E. Max-hinaenddrsss atanhi R. L. Middleton, G. M. Mann. William bd ilpoal ebogthr o n arche, Capt. H. P. MartIn, E. C. May-teen.HwaasoofheleJms ,Joseph Mathy, A. Miller, John Mil Edwin Minnix, William MontgomeryRnophRbrsnadhdmn ea Montgomery, Dr. Ed Lee Morgn J.tvsi ti iy ulcare, Edwin'Muilin, Dr. A. A. ar r, E. A. Moseley, W. F. Nolte, J. F. DR SETEVO R. s, Jr., Charles H. Neeley, Richard A._____ en, 3. F. O'Neill, W. A. Pyles, W. 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