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at HI North fourth Street. Richmond, Y*. JOHN MITCHELtL. JR., ..EDITOR ,.i communications intended lor puwi'wtion Mould be *u_t to reach ua by Wedhetday. Entered at the Cost Office at Richmond, fcTirgiuuft, ju aecood cU***) matter* One Year . ..9 2,00 ffit Month* . 119 Three Months .99 foreign Subscription* .2,99 foreign Adve.ti. ,.g Representative, W. B. ZilT Company, •. arfwra Street. Chicago; <21 Victoria Building. St. Louia, Mo ; *20 Longa ere Building. New York. ♦SATURDAY.MAY 7, 1927 Tlio Chinese situation will ulti nmtely settle itself. There are mil lions of Chinese, who do not even know that a war is, going on in that country, inasmuch as practically ot the trouble is confined to the coast, cities. The Great Powers have spent all of their money in the re cent World Conflict and are unable *c» spend more in the subjugation of China. So far as we are able to observe traditions are so shaping themselves that it Is largely coming to one question. “Who but Coolidge?” He evidently has placed himself in the attitude of not seeking the nomina-. ticn, but is so seated that in select-1 ing a man most likely to win, there will be no one else sitting upon the bench beside him. There is no doubt, but what many policiea advo- ' rated by him have been unpopular i ami displeasing to some sections of the country, but this objection has been neutralized by the fact that ■ heae sections or voters find no one ' to advocate or to carry into effect just what they most desire In 'the meantime, the Democratic party is seeking a candidate, with Governor A1 Smith of New York, openly seeking the honor. Governor Smi‘h, while a pronounced wet* leader, nevertheless pledges himself •e execute the laws as he finds them i pon the statute books. The Anti Saloon League is unwilling to trust him on account of the masses who ire following his slaudard. They know just what President Coolidge has done and will do. They know what Governor Smith has done and “hey have serious* doubts as to what he will do. In the meantime, the colored folks t are “split wide open” so to speak. Many will support A1 Smith, if he is nominated and many others will follow the old line Republican stand ard borne by Cal Coolidge.' ROANOKE LETTER. ROANOKE. VA.. May 4—Holy Communion was served Sunday at Mt. Zion A. M. E. Church by Dr W. R. Howerton, pastor. His sub ject was “Tarry ye here while I go yonder and pray.'* The pastor re turns from the Conference much refreshed bv the breeze of ihe sea shore as well as the work of the Conference Quite a number were out a* the morning service to bear reports of the work of the Virginia Annual Conference under Presiding Bishop, the Right Reverend J. Albert Johnson. The reports were very encouraging. Mrs.| Nannie Ilewitt, of Northwest Tenth Avenue is yet very "Ick. Mr. Joseph Daniels, a well known barber of Gilmer Avenue died at Burrell Memorial Hospital after a loug stay in that institution. There is a revival in progress at the High Street Baptist Church. It is •n its second week. Sir James Kinley of Northwest Seventh Avenue, who has oeen con fined to his home several months, is yet very sick. Mrs. Mary Claiborne of Martins ville is in the city after spending the w inter out of Virginia. Mr. Gfeorge Simms of Hart Avenue N. W. who has been sick for nearly two moathsfc to reported convales cing at this writing. Mr. W. J. Agnew visited the Virginia Annual Conference. Mrs.I Mattie Staples of 715 Park Street has been rtuite feeble but is much improved. Mr. Roy Waller of Seventh Ave nue N. E. has been sick for two ■weeks. He is able to be on the Jol> at his blacksmith shop. VIRGINIA: In the Circuit Court of the City i of Richmond. Tuesday, April 12. I 1927. JULIAN BELL.Plaintiff against Order Of Publication T/IZZIE DELL.Defendant • The object of this suit U to obtain a divorce from the boh<T of matri mony by the plaintiff from the de fendant on the ground of desertion. And an affidavit having been made and filed that the said Lizzie , Ren, the defendant is not a resident of the State of Virginia, and whose last known post-office address was Sparrows Point. Md., It la there fore ordered that Lizzie Bell do appear here within ten days after the due publication of this order and do whatever may be necessary to protect his interest in this suit. A Copy—Teste: GARLAND B. TAYLOR, D. C. WILLIAM F. DENNY, p.q. 119 East Leigh Street. VIRGINIA: In Vacation In the Clerk’s Office of the Cir cuit Count, of the City of Richmond Tuesday, April 19, 1927. OPAL M. DRAKEFORD.. .Plaintiff against WALTER DRAKEFORD, Defendant The object of this suit is to ob tain a divorce from the bond ef matrimony by the plaintiff from the defendant on the ground of wilful desertion and abandonment, and an affidavit having been made and filed that the said defendant is not a resr ident of the State of Virginia, and that his last post-office address was R. F. D. No. 1, Kershaw, South Carolina, it is hereby ordered that the said Walter Drakaford appear here within 10 days after due pub lication of this order and do what is necessary to protect his interest in this suit. A Copy Teste: GARLAND B. TAYLOR, D.C. c. a. mckenzie, p.q. VIRGINIA: In the Law and Equity Court of the City of Richmond, the 21st day of April, 1927. 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Ga. •*tariflfc-fr. i DO YOU KNOW THEM? — i Crimora Station. Va., April 22, 1927. I desire to know the whereabouts ol JOHN YANCEY, or any one of his brothers. When last heard from they were in Richmond, Va. There are six of the brothers: William. Robert, Edward, Arthur, John and Frederick. Their parents are dead. I am a stranger in Virginia, but would like to eommunicate with them concerning their property here as there is no one occupying It. Address George M. Mosley, Ort* mora, Virginia. i LEGAL NOTICES VIRGINIA: In the Circuit Court of the City of Richmond, April 20. 1927. MARY L. MASSEY.Plaintifr against In Chancery WILLIAM MASSEY.Defendant The object of this suit, is to obtain a divorce from the bond of matri mony on the ground of willful de sertion and abandonment of the plaintiff by the defendant William . Massey for a period of three years And an affidavit having been made and filed that said William Massey <‘ho defendant is not a resident of the State of Virginia and whose last known Post Office address was Philadelphia. Pa.; it is therefore or dered ‘hat William Massey do ap pear here within ten days after the due publication of this order and do whatever may be necessary to protect, his interest in this suit. A Copy Teste: E. M. ROWTELLE, Clerk WM. F. DENNY, p. q. A 3IlGINIA: In the Law and Equity Court of the C'tv of Richmond, the 4"h day I of April, 1927 . ESTELLE WILLIAMS. .. . Plaintiff asainst In Chancery FRANK WILLIAMS.Defendant The obiect of this suit is to ob tain an absolute divorce from the bond of matrimony by the plaintiff from the defendant, on the ground of deser‘ion for more than three years. 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