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ed, stored and
returned to you
as near good-as
INTl-miOR OF FACTORY, 212 N. THIRD,
We can repair your Piano while you are away for the
summer, store it for you and deliver on your return. The cost
is inexpcrisive, You do not have to ship your Piano to some
repair shop in another city.
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PLETE OUTKIT roi: lt'-'PAir.ixo. bVERUAUtilXG, REMOTJ
ELING AND THOROUGHLY RENOVATINQ ALL KLXDS?AXi"
MAK) ?'?' Pl >X'V AND OROANS.
An organization oi cxpert factory workmen, together wlth
every mcclmnlcal fnciilty, niakcs lt possible for us to do the
work? ut natonlshingrly moderate prices.
Drop Us a Card or Phone 2734,
And we will send an e:;pert, who will give you prices and al_
Ask about our club plan of annual tuning contraet.
CABLE PIANO COMPANY, K'SS
A VIRGINIAN HONORED
K- l. onow.v.
yeari. for i
W--/.T. i. '.'
perlod of t
R. L. Bro
Ten Thousand People Attend
Memorial Day Exercises at
[Speclal-to The Tlmes-Dlspatch. 1
WINCHESTER, VA., Juno 5.?The
Xorty-thlrd annual observance of Con?
federate Memorlal Day ln Winchester
took placo to-day-. Ton thousand vlsl?
tors were present iro'rh the Shenan?
doah nnd Cumberland Valleys, Stone
wall Cemetery, where repose the re
muins of 2,500 of the South's falltm he?
roes, was beautlfully decorate'd wlth
sjarlands and llags, the work being In
charge of the Turner Ashby Chapter,
Daughters of the Confederacy. The
para.de, which lncluded veterans, <-;i
dets. the local Urt- dopartrhent, school
children and bands, waa ono of the
flnest ever seen here. There was a
touc)( of sadnoss felt on all .sldes, how?
ever, us the fast-thlnnlrig lim-s of
those who wore the gray passed
through tho crowdod streets. The pa
rade was in charge of General H. D.
Funhouser, of Maurertown, commamler
of the Thlrd Brigade of Confederate
Vetorahs of Virginia, with Thomas S.
Clminberlln,' Newton Carpenter and
Danlel II. Anderson as aldes.
A heavy downpour of rain and hall
marred the exerclses nt the ceme?
tery. R. Gray Wllllams, wlio was to
VIROINIA'S l'lVICST Sl'MMKIt RE
It has been acknowlodged that Buck.
roe Beach has the linest beach foi
bathing of any Balt wator resort in
Virginia. There [s ul.solute safe'ty.
New bathhouscs and flno surf. Tlv
hotel is of tho very best, nowly fur
mshed from toj) t0 bottom, under ne\\
rnanagemem, Sea food iiientiful. Can
every live rnlnuteg both ways, Large
lavvn. lt ih virglnlu's ideul aurninv|
resort. If you uie looking for a plUCI
?to H.iiond the sumfner, think about
Buokrop Xmtoia you declde. ? i.ei ,i:
quote you rates. You can lie Katlsft.n
in all respects. W<; give ou'r gubsti
our personul attention. Wo do evory
. thing to make thelr stay ploasant, A!
we HMk ls ii trial, and wa know yoi
will return noxl tieasun, Write ?t anci
to lluinplon, . Vi., and we wlll tnk
jBicaum-o lu glvlog you luJl luforuiatioi)
father many of tne noble qualltle3 that
*?o io make up a well-rounded char-]
acter. Nir.e years ago he removed to
Oxford from Danvllle.
The Oxford Orphan Asylum was es
tablis'r.ed thlrty-seven years ago, and
:s ir.h most poteru factor for good ln
North Carollna. Nearly 400 children
*-.:??-- car<--d for wlthln lts Tvalls. lts
. Idloga are almost all new. and of
the latest and most approved archi
tectur*.- ihe cottage system bfeing used.
For ei-?ht yeara Mr. Brown was su
- ;-. - tendent of-. the Methodtet Sunday
'. here, acd y^s. last year elected
?-.- of the iIasoi_n*f Lodge, of whlch
ordervlie has been .33J offlcer for many
Mr. Brown marrled Miss Maria T.
B-ltou, of Halifax county, Va.
have been thf> orator of the occaslon,
was about to b^gln hls speech when
the rteluge i-ame, to the dlscomfort of
thousajids. Prevtously, a collectlon was
taken by Comrnandt-r George "W. Kutz,
of the Turner Ashby Camp, for thn
completlon of the erectlon of marble
markers to all graves. A generous re
sponsia was mado. To-nlght, many of
Ihe visltors llnger, and tho streets are
Large Crowd Attend* Annual Affalr nt
[Special to The Tlmeu-Dlapateh.]
WOO'DSTOCK, VA., June 5.?The an?
nual reunlon of tho Valley Odd-Fcl
lows was held here to-day, a large
crowd belng ln attendance, and repre?
sentatlve- of most of the Valley lodges
present. C. Myera. of Harrlsburg, Pa.,
past grand master of Penhaylvanla, and
Mrs. R. M. llamriek, of Staniey, pres?
ident of tho Vlrglnla Rc-becca Asscm
b,ly, made uddres_ei*.
Sheriandoah Camp, Confederato Vet?
erans, to-day desifjriatod July 21 as the
tlmo for the return of tho battloflag ot
tho Thirty-thlrd Vlrglnla RoK|inent,
whlch ls now ln tho handB * of tho
Staunton, Va., camp. The occaslon wlll
bo a memorablo one, and speakers of
note -wlll be Invlted to attend.
A YO.TH1-UL WltlTiin.
Play. Work of IUolunond lloy's I'en, __ ___.
! Sptclal to The TlmoK-L'ispatch. I
j_ CHARLES CITY COUIITIIOU-B, Ju,?
???ine event ot tho aeaaon ln ,ho county
W?a the produotlon at Sherwood Poreat, th,
hon|e of Judgo D. Gurdlner Tyler, o( _
iih-hmr n'!tCU by,.-W?8t'!r, Adulr Arohor, ?'
Hlcnmond, on Uudneaday afternoon, a
v" ,"h , \ lvu W!'f bullt unaur u*? oaiti,
ttlth a background of tho llne old trees
Jliii play, lliauma." la ,> lugund of thq
HartJ! Moumulns la Gormany, and la realK
a llterary gem, ,Tho eaat of char.oieni,
Co.rlch. a peuaant; Orotchon, hls wlfo ilih
Thaumu, a apirlt. waa tllled by Arlnlr
Archer and Miusca Mary Lyon and Marga.
ret Tyler, and tho young octora playod
wlth a dogreo of talont utid taato that wal
qulte reniarkitblo. A good crowd waa ln
attondanca' nnd tho ..unlveraal venilct w.Vi
that th? rare aylvan acone and ch.rmln.
little players were. equaliy unliiuo und de
Cllllll SllOOt. IIlTNl-lr.
I Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch 1
CU.UILUTTHSVILLE, VA | ,,,'' fi
WWIo playlng wlth ? reVlv",.0 fc.
morning, Uliy Washington. tho olovan
year-okl ilaughter of Jatnns Waahlno
ton, a colored man, shot hor.oiV ii
the face, Tho iml! penotrated hir
ln-a.ljj, cuuelpg lUBt.nt (U-ath,
Hc Succccds Harrison, Who Wjfii
Made Major of
A POPULAR CHOICE
| Sheriff Galuslia Expected Honic
With Alleged Murdercss of
103 North Sycnmoro Street,
Potorsbure, Vn., Juno 5.
A called meetlng of Company G (Pe?
tersburg Graysl, Sucond x,Reglnient,
I Virginia Infantry, was held ln tho
cotnpariy's armory last nlght for the
purpose of elocting ollleers to 1111 vu
oancIOs. Flrst Ueutonaiit Wllllam L.
Zlmtnor, Jr., was elected captaln to
; succeed Captaln Benjamln Harrison,
recently promoted to the posltlon of
(major of lhe Second Jbu-ttallon of tho
| Second Reglment. Second Lleutenant
| Sldnoy B. Glli was promotod to tho
j llrst lloutenantcy to succeod Captaln
IZlinmer. TJie company wlll mcct ugam
ion Monday nlght to fill other vacah
\ cles caused by the promotlon of tho
i above otlicers. Captaln Zimmor, tho
' newly-elected comtnandant of tho com?
pany, ls a graduato of tho Virginia
jMilltary Instituto, and ls well up ln
, tactics and dlsclpllno.
; Dlnwlddic Murder Cnsc.
I Shorlff Galuslia, of Dinwlddle coun
? ty, who went on to Sprlngvillo, N. V.,
j several days ago wlth a roqulsltion for
I Mrs. Mary Tarbox, allns Mary Booth,
(charged wJth the murder of hor al?
leged husband, Danlol Tarbox. near
Church Road. on tho 17th of May, haa
not yet returned wlth hls prlsoner.
IU; will probably not get back beforo
tho flrst of tho woek. and ho will
take her directly to the county jall.
The evidence agalnst the accused wo?
man, whlle entlrely clrcumstantlal, is
sald to bo very strong. She ls sald.
however, to protest her lnnocence of
the crime. The county authorltlea
have colloctod all the avallable ovl
donce In the case, lncluding all clr
curnstances that go to create suspiclon
Xnrrorv Escnpe From DoiHli.
James Weatherford. a young man
residing In the western part of tho
clty. met with an accldent thls morn?
ing by which ho recelved severe in
jurles. He attempted to jump on a
frelght traln on the Xorfnlk and West?
ern Railway. near tho Battorsea cross
Ing, with the view of riding down to
the depot. After tho passago of the
traln ho was plcked up ln an uncon
sclous condltlon, and as soon ns pos
sible was hurried t0 the hospital. His
injurles are mostly about tho head.
The supposltion ls that ho fell or was
Uirown from the cars.
Another Hnd Accldent.
Ferdinand Harrls, an elderly colored
man, a carpenter by trade, and llvlng
on Commerce ft'treel, was run over
about 3:30 o'clock thls afternoon near
the Unlon passenger statlon bv the
Ocean Shoro IAralted traln, just ln
from Rlchmond, en routo to Norfolk.
Harrls had gotten on the traln, and as
it started for the statlon he attempt?
ed to jump off, but fell upon the
track. Both of hls legs wero crushed
under the wheels ot the cars, and it la
feared that hls Injurles wlll prove
fatal. He was rushed to the hospital
lo be placed under surglcal treat
Denth of AVell Knnn-n Cltlzen;
J. Walter Stlles, about thlrty-ftve
years of age, a natlve and former
well known cltlzen of Petersburg, died
this mornlng at the home of hl3 sls?
ter, .Mrs. H. J. Nuckols, on First
Street, Rlchmond, where he was vlsit
ing. Durlng the past few years Mr
Stiles had llved ln New York, where
he was engaged ln theatrical jpursuits.
The body will bo brought to Peters?
burg for burial.
Mr. Stlles was a man- of fine char
acter, and very popular. Ho is sur?
vived by one brother, Robert G. Stlles
of thls clty; one slster. Mrs. Nuckolsl
of Rlchmoiiet, and numerous relatives!
1'ersonol and Othcrwlsc.
Benjamln F. Stewart, a popular
young merchant. ls 111 of fever at his
home on Bollingbrook Street.
Heavy ralns have fallori almost dallv
ln thls section durlng tho past two
yveeks, and the farmers are complaln
i"g of damage--to thelr crops. Tho
lands are saturated and the streams
Tho Petersburg delegatlon to the
Grand Camp reunlon ln Momphls left
to-nlght. Many of those appolnted as
delegates wero unfortunately, for va?
rlous reasons, unablo to tako the trlp.
Tho summer normal to be held at
the VlrgLnia Normal and Industrlal In
stlcute, near this clty, wlll open on
Monday night wlth about 200 colored
teachers present from all soctlons of
the Stato. Dr. D. Webster Davis, ot
Rlchmond, wlll dellvor the openlnir
\fnCJll,1',lre'i'.8 Day wlll bo obsorvod at
Market Stroet Methodlst Rplscopal
Church Sunday mornlng. Tho chil?
dren of the Sunday-school wlll havo
entlro charge of tho servlce.
At the parsonage of Hlgh Street
Methodlst Kpiscopal Church last nlght
Miss Kfflo Maud Hoyle and Thomas
Rowlott Ford wero unltod In mar?
rlago by tho Rov. J. K. Jollff.
The bnccalaureate sorrnon beforo the
graduatlng class of the Blshop Payne
(colored) Dlvinlty School will bo de?
llvered to-morrow afternoon in St
Ktophon's Bpiscopal Church by Rov,
Henry Dolaney, archdeacon of North
XurMca Give Ilance,
ntrrSJY,'? ?1,,? ?b? Tlmos-Dlspatcn.l
CHAULOTTESVILLE. VA., Juno 5?
J no flrst of a sories of dances to be
glven each year by the graduatea of
U- ? -, Unlvea-stty of Virginia Tralnlng
?i? 0l /.or NursG3 waa a marked suo
?? ?'t ,v was a suggOBtion of Miss
M. .1. Ilurdloy, suporlntondont of the
Loh?1 al an<Jhead of thQ tralnlng
BOhool, and tho graduatlng nurscs and
junlor pupila were hosteSBOs.' The
duueo took placo at tho Fayorweather
gjmnasium; Among thoso' present
wero Prosldent and Mrs. Alderman, Dr.
btephon ;H. Watts, chlef aurgoon of
tho hospital; Dr. H. B. Stono, Mrs. Lilo.
wrs. Minor, Professor and Mlss Tuttle,
members of tho modlcal faculty and
thelr wlvos. the King's Daughters, tho
"SSPni^1 l"ternes ancLtho modlcal class
We tell you about how goodyou'll
feol after taklng a CASCA1JET?
that inlllions of people?buy, uae
and reoommend them?But that'a
talk?you 6wj/ & box now?tako aa (
Qlrected to-niaht and get the proof
in the mornfng--After you know
CASCARETS you'll novor bo
wiihout them. 913
CA8CARBTS ioc a boc for a weelc'?
treatment, all druggiata. Biggeut seller .
u tuc rTorl(L->iaIit.nhe*M.?iiwaiK
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an We Sell; Clothes
JVe're glad if he*s an exdciing man. Because then
he has a natural right and business here,
It's because we .sell clothes
made by Tfae^House^of
that withstand the most search-/
stock includes so many pat?
terns and designs ? such a*
variety of sizes? that, no
matter what a man's taste may I
be, no matter what his Figurej
?his, suit is here.
The man we sell clothes to ?
he's a satisfied man every time
?and he carries with him our
binding agreement that satis
faction will last.
To the man who chooses to
take his time, this store holds
out special inducements.
Our salesmen are here to wait
upon you ? in all that the
word "wait" implies.
We appreciate your coming
quite too much to speed your
going?or to rush you to a
decision. Examine, compare,
'? ,.. -question, change your mind
as much as you like.
We're glad to aid you in mak?
ing a deliberate selection.
We'll enjoy showing you the entirely new line of Spring and Summer
clothes which is so complete that it will be easy for you to find the style
that suits you best. Our word stands back of every Kuppenheimer model.
We guarantee satisfaction from first to last.
The Houio of Kuppenheimer
$18 to $40
$10 to $20
A Tribute of Fellow-Students to
Cadet Ferebee, Killed in
Football Game. _
[Speclal to The TImea-DIapatoh.]
LEXLNGTON, VA,, Juno 5.?Tho tab?
let erocted to "tho memory of Cadoi
Georgo Cooko Ferebee, of Norfolk, whc
was kllled Ootober 30, 1908, on tht
football fleld at tho Vlrglnla Mllltary
Instltute ln a game wlth Koanoke Col?
lege, was formally unvollod in tho V
M. I. Llbrary Frlday nlght, tho ad?
dress bolng mado by Dr. Charloi
Manly, pastor of tho IiOXlngton, Bap?
Tho tablet is of bronze, and ii
heautifully doslBned, reprosontlng lr
bas-rollof the portals of an ancloni
Greck temple. On ? tho centre ot'tlx
table, between lontc-Corlnthian col'
umns, whlch stand out ln rollef or
eithor sido, appeara tho lnscrlption;
GEORGE COOICE FEItEBEE,
of Norfolk, Va. .
Born April 0, 1889,
' Died October 80, 1908.
A student of only a few months,
wlth a proud record already .ostabli-h
ed as soldler. student and Christlai
-rontlemun. He fell mortally hurt a
football on tho fleld of alnm mator
Erected by tho Corps of Cadots.
Thla in tho flrst instanoa of a mo
morial huvlng beon erected to a col
logo student, falllng- on battlollold, b*
hls followa. Tho tablet waa pald fo
by contributiona fxfiift. the corps o
cadots, and oxproasos tho eatoom Ii
whlch tho yountf man" was hold b<
In hia addresB Dr. Manly oniphaslzoi
threo polnts: That thla la the flra
lnatanco of the death of a oadot fron
lnjuriua sustained on tho athlotlo flolt
at tho V, M. I.; that Cudot Foroboi
was a flno spooimon of physicai man
hood, and was linlvorsally popular
thnt ho was an oarrioat Christlan man
whose life wus oloan nnd open.
Antl-Nnlocin Limikuo ServlCM, ._
Bov. J. D. ?Mi'AUhUt, Ilold sooroUin
of thn Antl-Saioon Uonttua, wW preaol
. at, Uio tiucoiid, liUHttut. CUU.VPU P
11 o'clock to-day, and at tho Ta.
hernaclo Baptist Church at 3 P.
M. Rov. C. E. Stuart, superin
lendcnt of the Southeastern District,
wiu speak at hls former church, Von
able Street, at 11 Ai M-, and at weath
erford Memoclal Church, Manchester,
at 8 P. M.
WILL ENTEUTAIN DllUGGISTS.
GriwiiKlioro Preparlng to Ilccclve Stntr
[Special to The Tlmes-Dispatch.'J
GREENSBORO, N. C, June 5.;?There
aro over thirty llcensed pharmaclsta
in Greensboro, and the local Drugglsts'
Association, of which Max T. Payne is
secretary, has completed arrangemonts
for the entortainment of the Stato
Pharmacoutical Associatlon, whlch
moots here Juno 23, 24 and 26. The
Chambor of Commerce, tho Merchants'
and Manufacturers" Associatlon and the
Elks* Club wlll afflliato wlth tho drug
glsts' organization and 1'nsuro to the
vlsltors the tlme of their llvas ln tho
way iof whole-souled hospLallty. The
soBslons thls year promise to bo unus
ually lnterestlng, and the attendanco
ls expected to surpass any-fowrier con?
vention ln the history of thla organi?
HIVEIl ON RAJMPAGIS.
Capc Kenr Doca Heavy Daniagc to
[Spoclal to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
. FAYETTEVILLE, N. C? June 5.-?
Owlng to recent heavy ralns, Cape
Fear River ia rapidly rlslng, and al 7
o'clock waa thlrty-tlve feet high. Tho
river ls now rlslng flve Inchoa an hour,
but ls oxpoctod", to rocede before morn?
ing, though lt la thought that tho Hood
y^t F T _^^ -f *er e a t i n g,
#CO *^^??rv_ heartburn
*_>> CELEBRATED^_ft ar any other dis
*C STOMACH Ctress? . Then
DITT_TDCvour s tom
Dl I I Cl\0?ch needs
some to-day, It
may reach a height of forty feet. Tlv
scaffoldlng used ln bulldlng tho nov
steel brldge across tho rivor at thi
polnt was swopt away last night, on
tailing a heavy loss on the Oswcgi
Brldge 'Company, tho constructoifc
The trolley tackllng at the ferry bclnj
also wrecked, the only means of com
munlcation with tho eosl sido of th'
rlver is tho Atlantlo Coast Lino Rai)
IIBAVY DAMAGE BY STOKM.
Colored Almshouse Burned and lVomai
[Speclal to The Timos-DlBpatch. 1
FREDERICKSBURQ, VA., June* 5.?On.
of the moat vlolent Btorrns ever experl
enced horo occurred last nlght. Half fell li
quantltlos, but waa not largo enough to di
much damage. Wind was hlgh, rain fell li
shoots, lightning was vlvld and thunder ul
most lncessant whlle the atorm lusted.
Durlng tho height of tho storm Ughtnlni
set nre to the bulldlng occupled by th,
colored inmates on the clty alsmhous.
property, and Mary Fox, a colored woman
aged fifty-flva years. waa burned to death
Tha other lnraatos wero gotten out. It I
belloved that tha woman was either atunnoi
or kllled by tho lightning. Tho bulldlni
was insured and wlll be rebullt.
Lightning; Strlke* Buru. <
[Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch. 1
FRhiDlSRICKSBURG, VA., Juno 5.
During the wind storm laat nlgh
lightning struck tho stablo on "Wood
lanu ? farra, ln Orango county l belong
lng to ox-Mayor M. G. Wlllls. of thli
city. Tho stablo and flve mules, thi
latter valuod at $1,000; ono horso anc
colt, valuod at $250, all the harnoss
saddlos, several tons of hay nnd othei
property wore destroyed, Tho losi
was hoavy, and moro was only a smal
Insurance on the bulldlng.
WIHTKIIS WI1.I, MfSlST.
Prcas AnnocIiiGou to Hold Sesslon n
[fipoolal to Tho Timos-Dlspatch.]
FA.RMV1L.E, VA.. Juno li.?Tho Vlr
glnia Pross Asaoclatlon wjll hold lt
twenty-lirst annual mootlng at Rock
brldgo Alum Springs, commonetng oi
Tuesday, July 13, Tho meotlns
promlsos to be one of muoh Intoroa
to tho mombors. Papors wlll bo pro
sonted by mon promlnont in tho pro
fesslon, and at tho conoluslon of Un
business sosslons, slde trips will b<
taken to some of tho nearby rosorls
The hotel management ls arnuiginu- n\
alaborato program for tho onlortaln
racnt of the nsBouiallon durlng lts stuy
Struck by Traln nnd Dlus After Kriiidiliu
iSpaclnl to The 'riniPH-UtspnU'h. |
CAPE CHAIU.ES, VA., Juno 5.?Struck li!
tha : Norfolk aud Now York ExproHa trah
No. 60, of the N. X-i P< and'N,, at Detmm
rarly thls mornlnij. rt. C. Ryan, an extra
fr^lKht brakcman. was so badly Injured
that ho dled shortly atter hls admhianca
to Sallsbury Hospital, whero he waa taken
iitti-t thc accident. Hls body was hurlcd
In tho air and thrown some distance', His
head was mashed'and he recelved lnternal
.lANNIXG SWORS IX.
IU- 'I'akcH Onth of omcc aa Judj;- of
i Supreme Court,
[Sneclal to The Times-Dispatch.1
. DURHAM. N. C, June 6.-4Hon.
James S. Mannlng was sworn in'h.re
this morning at 10 o'clock as Abso
clsito Justlce of tho North Carollna Su?
preme Court. havlng boon appolnted bv
Governor. Kltchin tP _succaed Jtidge
Connor, who went to tho ? Foderal
bench. The oath was adminlstered in
Mannlng & Fousheo's ofllce iri . the
prosenco of a few personal frlends.
Tho Blblo used was givon to Judge
Mannlng by his father, March 5, 1871.
A Norfolk Chnrity. . <
[Special to The Titnes-Dlspatcli.l
NORFOLK, VA., June 5.?The . an
nouncoment is mado that the Sea Reat
Cottage, recontly foundod for the use
of poor glrls, ln spendtng thelr vaca
tlons, aml for J the poor convalesclng
from nonoontugio.ua or, lnfectioua dis
l.eases, will open at Ocean Vlew on
Juno 15. It Is the latost Norfolk char
ity. and ls destlned to bo populari It
is also a ?act that the cottage wlll
form a chnrlty of inestimablo boneftt
to the poor.
AkciI YVmnnii'K'AiTfiil Fall.
r.Sporial to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.l
ROANOKE. VA.. Juno 5.?Mrs. Susan
Mumpard, nged elghty-sfx years, fell
from tho second story wind'or,- at tha
homo of her nophow, S. S. lJunsford.
near . Coynet's Springs. to-day, and
broUo hot- nock, causing hor death ln
a fo\v minutes.
FhysTalans who practlco eloctrloal
troatmont say that an electric fan la
tho best curo for lnsomnla* or aloep
lossnosa, and,that lts gantlo breozos ou'
tho hottost 'nlghts Wlll contributu
largoly to tho ploasuro of any ono*.
Tho anulunta had slavea who stood
and faiinod thom all nlght whilo tnas
tora or mlstrossos slopt. Some time
ono ot thoso slaves got sloepy uiu'l
dropped the blg fans on the sleeper.
Tho rosult was tt beatlng and loss ot
slooi), Nownduys nn oloctrlo fau ln
tho homo novor sloojis und nover falja
on'ono, Thoro Is"~iu> loss of sloep,
.On tho otliot1 hand, thn gontlo brbe.ea
of tho olofitflc fan aoon-l'ull- oue.-lut?
a swetit repoVsr*"-???.??' '