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BEWCBtllC UHEIS KfllEB l New York Kinsman of Congressional Candidate Assails Bryan and Jones With Sarcastic Tongue Lashings? Mr. Wise Replies to His Opponent and Makes a S'nous Charge. Local Republicans closed their cam palgn last night with u Mg me-ting at the Academy cf Music, with Hon.' John S. Wise, of New York, as the; principal speaker. About sou peopl -! were in attendance, and the gathering' probably was the most enthusiastic} ever held here under li publican aus? pices. City Chairman W, Campbell] Smith presided, and on the stage w-re active twenty-five leading local mom-, bers of the party, while others, with] ladles, occupied the boxes. Mr. George Nelms Wise. Republi? can csndidate fcr Congress In thel First district, was Introduced first by| Chairman Smi'b. Mr. Wise spok( at some length, dlseiusing issues otj campaign and answering the speecll| of his Opponent, Congressman W. A. Jones, delivered here last week. Makes Serioua Charge. Among other things, Mr. Wise lntl-| ?Bated, or rather practically charged, that a telopnreno company on the Northern Neck of which Congressman j JJotws is said to be chief stockholder, deliberately held up a message sent I by him. Mr. wise, to a Republican county chairman. This message, j which left here in the shape* of telegram and which had to be trans mil teil by telephone from Warsaw.) Mr. Jon- s' home, asked that arrange? ments he made for meetings to bo addressed by a crtain s|>eaker who was to tour that section in Mr. Wise'a behalf. Mr. Wise declared 'hat the message was held up in the office un? til Its delivery was demanded three days sfter It had tie-n sent, when it was too late to make the desired ar? rangements. He went on to say that Mr. Jones" nelce wa8 in charge of the Warsaw office of th * telephone com? pany. The nondelivery of this mes sage, he said, was the reason there] r..hraa no meeting on one or the occas-( funs referr-d to by Mr. Jonen. Re? ferring to the other occasion, meti tione,| by Mr. Jones, wh n there wa.< So crowd, the sprakcj- declared that | be did not hold a m etlug because funeral was in progress. Extract-. "Fairer." Answering Mr. Jones' charge that] extracts from his speeches had been] garbled on cards issued by or for Mr. W#sc. the spi-ak r said that be shouldered full responsibility for| everything that appeared on the card, and that th-- published extracts were| "fairer" to Mr. Jones than the publi? cation of ihe entire speech would have been. He went on to say that he would be willing to pay the Demo? cratic papers here to publish just what Mr. Jones did say in that speech. Mr. Wise again charged his opito nent with doing nothing for the First district during the eighte-n years Of bis service, and a;t|>eale,i to the voters to send a man to Congress who would have the interest* of th city snd section at hear?. and wh>] would be in accord wh 'he national] administration The candidate- clor'd by introducing) his kinsman. ?hn was given an en? thusiastic greeting as lh ? baud played] -Dixie" Captain Wise. Captain Wise spent ihe greater part of an hour or more in ridiculing the South for clinging to the IVmncrat'r party and fosterlnr whal he call d "ba'red:" telling anecdote* and as? sailing Bryan and J mes Reforc e< eroding he made a:i appeal in tr half] cf his kinsman, saying 'ha? in the Re publican eanlieiat" for Cotiaress "ym have got as line and as sweet a bsyl as ev^r was two.i in Tidewater Vir gmla." Saya He is a Democrat. The speaker said that he was a D-morrat (no good a rvrnocrat to be real e a "Popocrat." Catling np*m the voters to 'hink for th?-m*-lve? Sad act ind' pe ndently. he *.->id that he broke away from the Deny -??;??? ? party tw- nty years ago. - when a man who dared to give stteranc- to an Men wss not in seenrl wi h the dram tap at the roomy court howae. trsa called s r?-neaa.le and scallawag " Refer Hr.j to the faef that hi* peo? ple had Nved in this Stat< for nearly thrnr bwndred years and bat he had returnee) to establish ? horn- the m Shore. Captain W>*e said, then some tlt'l whlp-er .-nap loss roads lawyer Inmr* np and ar* a t^rrirmer" At K"r?-d rrtcksberg Mr Jone, referred to Mr a Mew York wllrXvraire Meriting fhe gast greatness of Vir sad deploring 'he present con at the ?hat-?, be mid In ogee that the m?-n ta the -W the ,|. ??> ra tat brewgh? tb* Sta'e to auch * pus* that no man wan bo low a? tu honor her. Talking of the Hi nation of the negro from polltlci la Virginia, he said that th-* Demo iVrats had killed ihe political goose 'that laid the goldcu egg, and that now j they could not treu fool a foal, with the m-gro. "Vulgar Wostern Populist." Throughout ins epeech, Captain Wise referred to Iliyan in l>< littMiik stylo, ealling him a ?'vulgar Western Populist," an I the like. He Haid iIm! Hryan, with ins free silver, gov? ernment ownership of railroads, hank deposit guarantee, etc, reminded him of an old cat with her progeny, llryan. he said, would damp a lot or Ideas before th" public and say. "Iook 'em ov r; if you don't like 'em, drown Vm. I'll have some more next month." Following a Crippled Man. Tin- sp alter said I hat the duy that .lohn Daniel lost his leg in battle was a most unfortunate one for Vir? ginia; that the Slate had been fol? lowing a crippled man, with u silver tongue, ever since. "L.'t'o elect Taft," he said, "and have a little quiet in this country.'' He went on to say that the country would fe*l safer nnd better ir Repa ?? reit wore aent to Atrloa to hunt lions, and llryan back lo the lecture plat? form. He laughed at the idea of Tafi being a "Roosevelt"1 man, and said that anyone who thinks that ?'Taft could put on Teddy Roosevelt's Roosevelt's Rough Riders' uniform and do Ms stunts I? a fool." S|K-aklng of the navy, the speaker said that the people here should send a man lo Congress who would be In favor of a big navy, not "a tad-pole landlubber who votes against the navy every time he gets a chance." He continued, "Don't send a man who is an ancbxonlsm; a dead-horse, a last year's almanac." At the close or the meeting ihe sneaker was roundly cheered. Social-Personal 'Mrs. Frederick Palen, of Forty nluih street, entertained the Friday afternoon bridge whist club yester? day afternoon. Those playing were Mrs. J. Winston R ad. Mrs. J. L. Patton. Mrs W. It. Aylett, Mrs. A. C. Jones, Mrs. A. F. Bowen, Mrs. Kniest Rogers. Mrs. John Randall, Mrs. A very. .Mrs. H. B. Parker. Mrs. Frederick Gauntlet, Miss New. Mrs. B-nson and Mrs. Palen. Delightful refreshments were served. Mlaa Bessie Themas, who has been visiting in Richmond, has returned to her home in this city. Miss Mints Walker will leave short, ly f. .? Lun nburg county, where she will visit. Mrs. Virginia Moreeock, who h-i< been visiting hi r son, Mr. K line M: recock, of this city. hi?s returned 10 her home in WlUlamsburg. Mr. It. T. Bailey, of Richmond, la visiting his daughter. Mr*. Thomas, in this city. Miss Cath rine Royer, who haa b en visiting in Staunton, ha.; return? ed to her home. 'Mlsa Gertrude Ryan, who has been visiting relatives in Lyuehburg and Rsmsroke, has returned to ln-r hone' in this city. Miss Louis? Newman, who has been visiting her cousins, the Misses Newman, in Newport News, has re turned to her home in Accomac, Miss Matilda Ryan, of Roaaoke, is sMtlsg her cousin. Miss QT?rude Ryan, of this city. Mrs. R J. Larkey, has as her guest. Miss Chloe I<ackey, of York" ^wn. j [ 'Mrs. .lohn L. Cnrtis. who has beon! visiiing in lv-"bigh. ha.< return'd to her home in this city. Mr and Mrs. James F. Carrigin. o: X w York, are visiting Mr. and Mr3.1 G C. Kilts. Mbra Louise Irvine, a ho has brral visiting friends in this city, has re-i tttrn'd to her heine in Philadelphia. Mrs. Ft tie-1 Rogers, who has been visiting friends tn this city, has re virm-d to her tr?me |a this city. Mrs. Fred Sanfc-rd and little s?'i( are visiting friends in Richtend i Fr?m there they will go to Spo'svl-( vama coont\ to spend ? short time with Mrs. Sanford's mother. Miss Nellie itwhanan of Nor tots h*ft yesterda* for Rlchmend sf-er siw-ndP-g m-v-r.il -liv. w 'h Mrs C t' Hoc*, cn Weiit avenue. How's Tills? ' We <?a?r One Hwr<1r**t Pwtta-a Kran t law i?"S? ??' ? ntSTTti that "SSA*( tar rnTct tw aalt ? rmi*rrh ?>irr t J IMlJIr > ? <i. . T.v.-.I. o Wr iKa- ?nSSSSSjWaSt, Mt<- k'aMaaj 9 J. CSeitea t.*r th? ih f. tr?r> ? ?.?) tarltr.r Mm |.?i*,-iIt a-.-nnihl? :n an i.,.?ir<? --a .a*. ? -. ?n?t I MMMtt aM* lo . ?r'? rta ??t ..Mira aw . ..!? si : i? Sri? W*i.er*M. (ion ? Imi i, W Kciraa'r IVuggt.-.. T?tete. O Ha>JI aratwracun. i, M.,r tairr at'. . -tlnr iflr, i-fta a-*,?* -b<- M?ar?1 arwf rm*. o,-, ar-tsra.../ t nmt >r>wm twsasaa ?ssa ?-n tret t\tm % l-ei r?arv ?a>M hf alt -traarttaK. I Tsita ?a l l fSSilly ruafc?c?wrtl,?i?ru PMTNE AGAINST CATTLE IN WARWICK 'Stock os Haag Farmsio (He County Infested Witt the T^xas - Few lick. IISPECriOl CDN0CIE0 RECEHLIf Or. Smith, of Department of Agricul ture, Write, to the Daily Press Telling of Conditions He Found Ex? isting in the Country, and the Re ruft?Remedy Suggested. Warwick county, outside of tla* cily of Newport News, Is under K?*<l-1 era) quarantine, In accordance with' the regulations of the bureau of cat* He Industry, of the department of ag-j rirufeure. The reason for this quar-l untiie is that the slock on numerous! farms in the county is inftstcd wiitii the Texas lever tick. This Information was received in a communication to the Dally Press from I>r. Ernest 1. Smith, of the! linked States department of agricul? ture, who writes to the local public through this paper, as follows: Dr. Sm.th's Communication. "During the latter part of Septem? ber and the Bret few weeks in Oc? tober a farm Inspection was made lit Warwick County Virginia. All of thi se farms were visited by the writ-; er and in every case where possible1 the rattl.' were inspected for the Texas fever tick (Boophllus annuls tus) The number of cttie w-?s as? certained and the own. i requested to express his views In regard to the' "no fence law". "In ail one-hundn d and el ven farms wire visited and 'hiy repre? sented an aggregate or six-hundred and nine cattle. Out ot these numb* r ot lainis, sixty-six wt.re found infested with the Texas l> ver t'ek. Eighty oiie of the owuers declared them? selves soundly in favor of t fi?- 'no fence law" and twelve of the others were Indifferent. They hud no opin? ion, notaldy, they were in a position to ably comply with all of the require? ments of the law heietofore mention? ed, but they refrained from i xpress inn their views In favor of a stock law for various reasons of little or no Importance. "This investigation was inaugurat? ed 'ti order to learn the cxti-nt of Hie tt"k infestation ami to emlo'ivor to ' create sentiment in favor of <?. "no i fence law'. The degree of infesta? tion was .found suHicieiA to adv-se that the county be placed within the' quarantined area and. In accordance wit Ii the rules and regulations of the Bureau of Animal Industry. Warwick County, outside of the New|iort News district is under ft deral quarantine. "No-Fence" Law. "At this time of the year if your Honorable board <>f supervisors wilt proptiy act ami i?ass the "no fence law" ordinance, the limit of time can be given le-forp if becomes ef? fective it.. six months aftt r iis pas? sage. Tht n. next spring action would commence. The I'ntted States; government promises to turulsb every j assistance necessary in the way of ex? perts to reside in the territory and Eafftdeat oil lo accomplish th ? tick destruction. The comity corc? rned usually appoints a lncai ag< nt from Its own section p> assist the federal inspector and hast?n th1 final ex? termination of the dreaded parasite. "In view of the fact that all other ad-J Joining counties have tak- n up the work, it is of particular int?rrrt that^ ihe people of Warwick count* follow, suit. The county was quar-tnti-ted ne-i cente of tieks ?ml in no way will' ti" r, be a release pran'i d until the . r.iuse Is removed. It is a business. I ro|KisiMcn of true mt-tai. It is not a; mere theory seeking for a demon-' stratum. lr.it on the other hard, a thoroughly proven lart that the Texas fever lick can be destroyed and for? ever af'irwards your pnmis.s will be free. I "We hav.- itghl different ?n? cies ot tick?, bin one an,| only one has rjir-d a sp-r-ific known rftseaae.' Thii onv tick w? tat; eradicate for. yon. Alj otters we raro nothing ahnet, bot while we are treating for the fever tlrk the othi r varieties are suffering f. lo^s in number-. Matter for Serious Thought. ! "I anp-al to von stork owners a* fair niind? d citizens to give this pro? position a seilt.us thought. Insist np-j on some action heir* tak>n. F^tab-j l!?h m nr?i-if In snch a pn.-itton thaT ?llho-it restrain' your cattle can And the better market of the North. Me prepar-d to safcy import pure i?re?1 Notth- rn *;>1 *>?*;?-n rattle to Ira provi- yoor native breed, Prier* for >e-.|i- lur .-it?ck ?"nid t.c b< ter and the d< raand woo Id materially increaae i "It does rot c-M an \ more to r^.s* a 'horonghbrrd than it do< , a grad< Sewing Machine 8arga.es r'al ones, at Singer store*, liny here iM d-al with the manufacturers. The Slnser C-impsny ..? ??iui-n.it and rra?onabV; its reprc-i'-Tit ill-es are al? ways at hand lo rare for Singer a>W ing Machines also the Wheeler *? Wilson. I?.V fir the Reliable 8 Singer Sewing V.- -nice Co.. 39\9 Washington Av.-nue Why wait t II some dear one of |jonr family dies before you bey a 'cenftery (ot when they ere rninaf *o rti-ap? Tak. an hoi.r od ard buv R| now NrTWPORT NK\ ., I F.WK? TKRT CO, Stlf Washington srewae.' le-27-SU J and the amount momy t-pent in tick eradication would be less than tli" amount saved the ro-t year attct it !>ad been accomplished. "Population is inen aslng bo rapid lv auu civilization in inak.ng si cl> rap ! id si rides in progress that ve are ictijiclled to be constantly observing j where we can adojit new n.ethod* which will multiply oar output ?f pro 'uctlon and place us in a posulon to | sb'v meet all compelii.on. "HouoraWe board ol supervii:.irs ami I Block owners! faets are f;:cts and every word that 1 have statej here is a fact and upon those facts and principles of business I earnestly re? quest that you take some action and pass a "uo fence law'. It is a mai? ler thai directly concerns you, and you are entitled to assistance from the funds appropriate d Ly the I', si. government.'' VatfdwiJj1? and Pictures The management of ihe Academy of Music announce., thai *!s patron a will be amply repaid l<?i 'a.-t night'.-; otnmlssi?!) of the eameraphone pro? gram, owing to th ? holding of a i>oli tlcal meeting, b> the double bill which will be presented today at both the matinee and evening entertain? ments. This, by the way. will b the last apiM-arance at ihe Academy of music or the cam raphone as n will be discontinued after today ThJ came raphone has pbas >i thousands of people during Ihu fl w weeks if its operation at the Academy and the announcement ihat it is ;(> bo dieocntlnued will probably bring out larg' crowds to today's entertain? ments. For today's bills seven numbers will be presented. The lirst of these is the Colonial Quartet presenting songs from "The Soul Kiss." which has nia?e such a hi: in tii ? theatrical wot Id. The second number will be "The Quarrelsome Servants," intro? ducing the "Don't Call Me Papa" as i;s chief feature. Martin ami Akearnj will be so n In a number of clever skits. ?'Captain Baby Muni inn" isj billed as an unique l>:ic novelty, something entirely ne? to the theater i goers i_f Newport News. \ Miss .Madeline I.a. k will '< ? seen inj a number of songs and dances. Other] features will be "The Sprightly Samuels" in their el '.er dances and lyrics, and "The Lady an.i ihe Cow-j hey." a melodrama which has mad a decide<: hit. Added t"> ihe above eameraphone program will be an unusually attrac? tive bill of motion pictures. Includ? ed in th; bill will ?? "Buying aj Title." a clever tak*-cff on the Ameri-j can heiress and the foreign fsrtuse hunt or: "The Leprechaum," an Irish fairy tale. "TJeu.mal Cooking." a comic, an ] "The Sheperdr'ss." show? ing pictures of unusual picturesque-j ness. Dresmland Bill. In Cooper ft Wilson, who will be seen for the last time today, the management of Dreamland theater Is offering one cf the best dancing teams ever seen at the house. Ralph Sea!bury\ with his "talk and onalk" act seems to please the audience im? mensely, too. These teams, with new pictures,! w'll lie tic attractions at Dreamland I this afternoon and evening. On Mon? day the bill will be changed as usual. At the Bell. Levis and Lloyd pleased large j crowds at the Be|| theater yesterday afternoon and last night. They wilt j be seen for the last time this after-1 noon and evening, when the new pic? ture bill will include a feature called: "Mabel's Bean in Trouble." Next week "eter Lamar will be thej vaudeville atrractfon. CLOSIHQ DEMOCRATIC RALLY Hi EAST EMDl .Enthusias'c Crowd Hears Addresses J by Messrs. C. A. Ashby and Francis Causey, At a Bteetag of the Third ward I Democratic club held last night in | petr.old's Moll, a large crowd of en ehusiast'c Democrats turned out tO| he?r Mr. C. Ayiett Acnby. of this city. and Mr Francis F. Causey, ot | Hampton, speak The n.eetinc, was. by far. the mostl fucces?.ful h< I<| sir.ee the club was organized, and the addresses were| !'?th aid - and lnt? resting. Therej wa? alto a short addre?s by Mr. Blick, of Nort-lk. Mr W. T Moss presided at the] meeting and ntreduced the speaker:'. This was th.- !a?t meeting of the club] to Ire held before the election. May Se Callett Rev C M Summers, of Jackson] Ky.. will arrive (a the city 'his even Inr. and tomoriow be will preach tn the congregation of the T'i..-t,- ti Street Christ an rbnrch. This caurcl? has |?een w i hoot a pastor since the n stgnat -a of Rev. W. R. Mceby last summer, and it u tsjouvght probalte hat Res Mr Sumasers will be called. wants mow to Help Former Mayor Samuel R. Raxton ha* rece'ved a '.euer from the miyori ef Chariot-, v C sehing hiss toj sft<nd a meeting next month aal aa >lst In ihr organisation ef a North] f'aroBna I/.t. of Municipantha*. Mr Be.xton nattrnrsted the move wert t.M- th. organization of the Vir gir.U Leas of MaalHpalittrs. Wia "A spendthrift." idiasi res Crete Fits* * *hoi;H always starry aa ? ravarani v<>mu last de of six mon'h* the-i u drfre each other habit* of ectwasasj.* 1 '?' HITCHCOCK LOOKS AHEAD. Thinks He Sees 325 Electoral VoteiJ for Taft and Sherman. (By Associated Press.) NEW YORK. Oct. 30.?In his fort cast of the composition of the elec? toral college, which will choose the next President and vice-president of the United S ates made public at Re? publican headquarters today, National Chairman Hitchcock Claims 325 Re? publican members, or b3 more than will be required to elect their candi? dates. For the Republican ticket Mr. Hitchcock Is sure of New York. Ohio and Indiana. He also includes in the R< publican column, Nebraska, Monta? na, Maryland and Nevada? Mr. Hitchcock said he believed that the chances were even in Kentucky. If by any chance any of the states claimed should go Democratic, he said, that they would be Maryland. Montana and Nevada, with a total of H vdtes. This will leave a Re? publican majority of 69. Cha'rman Hitchcock says the chances in Tennessee and Oklohoma' are against the ticket. His forecast, he said, is based upon information received up to tonight from party] leaders. The* states claimed for Taft and] Sherman. wJ h their electoral votes follow: California 10. Colorado 5. Connecticut 7. Delaware 3. Idaho 3, Illinois 27. Indiana 15. Iowa 13. Kan-j sas l'>. M-r.ne 6. Maryland 8, Massa-j chusetts 1?. Michigan 14. Minnesota 11. Montana 3. Nebraska 8. Nevada' 3, New Hampshire 4, New Jersey 12. New York 39. North Dakota 4. Ohio 23. Oregon 4. Pennsylvania 34. Rhode island 4. South Dakota 4. Uten 3.J Vermont 4. Washington 5, West Vir? ginia 7. Wisconsin 13, Wyoming 3. Total, 32.".. Branch Stores: Winston Sa em, nc. * 2707 2709 WASHINGTON AVt. ? HEVtlORQ I ",?S^"PtFARTrtENT STORE ^frfi^ ? Mall aad Phone Orden Promptly Filled. Saturday Special Bargain Day lo the Dress Goods and Silk Department Your choice of our $1.00 Broadcloth, 20 pieces to select from; 52-inch; s wide. Today only. 89c "..inch Ladies' Cloth in Black, Dark Orten. Red, Grey and Navy. Today only. 44c yard 36-Inch Pure Silk, Black Peau de Soie. To-lay only . 89c yard .Hi-inch Batiste Henrietta and Novelty Suitings, in Cream, Black. Navy. Pink. Light Grey, Reseda, Old Rose, Volet and sever? al clher Colors and Novelties: worth up to 50c. Today only, 25c yard. CAR FARE REFUNDED TO ALL CUSTOMERS WHO PURCHASE $500 OR OVER FROM HAMPTON, PHOEBUS AND OLD POINT. Poster's Ideal Crib ORDER FOR CARS. Wettern Maryland Will Spend http! lion and a Quarter. 1 I 1 By Associated Press.) j BALTIMORE MD.. Oct. 30.?The 1 Western Maryland Railroad has ar-| ranged to spend withta the next few months $1.25<>.<miu on new equipment Already the company has asked builders to submit bids for furnishing flve hundred all Steel gondola hopper coal car?, ten consolidated freight lo? comotives, three switch locomotives and ten caboose cars. The foregoing equipment will call for an expenditure of more than a million dollars. Later the company will place an order for five hundred steel under frame gondola hopper cars. The order is the largest announces in any system in the South for more than a year. Hallmark cf Truth. EStot: Tne very truth iV'h a ~olor from the disposition of th-- istt?i-??e. Truth and Quality appeal to the Wcfl-Inforrccil in every j walk of life aad arc --xr.tia! to permanent j sur.ee w and rreditalJr standing. Arcor- j tnjfly, it is not claimed that Synir- of Figs j and Elixir of Senna is th*- only remedy of j known value, but one of many rcavm* j why ft i? the boat of prrsor..'r] sivl family laxatives l? the fact that >t ?>-.n?e<. sweetens and r^iicves the internal organs oa which it acta without any debilitating after effects and without bavin; to iucresae the quantity fnr-i time to tjn?e. It arts rJ- nantly and mturafly and truly as s fixative, an.! it' rnnrponrnt ports are known to and a p,-erred hy physician*, an it ia fr?? from dl nhjrrtmo ?He MaVtanres To get rH hemnVial efferU always rairrhaar f? genuine maritifs'-ttired hy the Calif-a-ma Fig Syrup Co, only, and for aal? by aQ leading drug Comfottable and Saft for ihe Stby. A Boon to Mothers, aid an orna? ment to the Bedroom. Wc are also showing a great line of Brass and Iron Beds; Axminater, Body Brussels and Witt On Drug? gets. Automatic Morns Chairs. Fine Rockers, Couches, etc. STOVES If you are at all interested in anything in the shape of a stove, we inv.te you to take a look at our stock. BUXTON & PARKER (Capital Dry Goods Hoose Washinrton Ave. at Mtli Street The Greatest Values of the Season IN LADIES' FINE SUITS $18.00 AT ? SKE OUR WIN DOW DI8 PLAY OF TH E&E SI ITS. YOU'LL SEETHBGKKAT VALU&S ATA GLANCE Cusfomer? from old Point, Phoebus and Hamp? ton allowed car fare on purchases of f 5 or over. A POINT WORTHY OF NOTICE than that at There la more to ?elreenag muadry aaUeraeiorP ?maiy proms* ?ot 1'set we ttiak so. ToeTi noti? fies appear neat sad weft wrapped woeg- you get rarileaaty throwa upon you. poerch, aad are not loft wffl be * isov d to rota. Oer Seiltmj man ? eaieful oa. Hotel Warwick Laundry 119 Twenty fourth Street EDUCATIONAL Virgfl PIANO SCHOOL Washington Ave. and 29th Street A* A. Btauemoeef Defector* Ciass and Private instruction Pupils Practice at School QJBb'w'w! Sa^Ptwa^fcaT ll