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Thc Victor is the whole show? and you are thc manager. Put on grand opera, minstrel show, band concert, high-class vaudcville?any thing you want. The most distin? guished talcnt in the world is at your command. Drop in and let ns give you a sample of thc cnter tainment you can always enjoy in your own home with a Victor. You can get a Victor for as little as $10. Others up to$100. Victrola,$125,$2-0,$250. Easy terms ifdesircd. CablePianoCompany, "Richmond'. Music Department Store," "The Piano Centre of the South," 213 E. Broad Sl. Phone Madison 2734 Here and There in the Legislature (Contlnued From Third Pago.) Senntor Hollund wante_ ihe sala ries lowered. Ilo thought an ordlnar; clerk could do tho work, and he saw no uso ln paying a man more than the ordinnry bank cashler gets. No op? posltlon to the bill, as a whole, was tho \vn. Tho forces of Sawycr, late Nocko m<>rf, were before the House Commit? tee on General Laws yesterday morn Ing. Tlicy proposed changes in tho laws in reference to ovamination for (physlolans so as to allow medlcal students to take examt nations In schools at the end ol two years as well a.s four yeur.-. This i:; to bo more fair to the student and to obvlate the necessiiy for "eramming" at the end of the course. Another changr ls giv? ing the Stato bourd power lo rcvoke the llcense of a physiclan for cause. judge Martin Williams dld not likc the provislon of tlie'law wlilch re quires illnlnmns from a "reputable" medical schooi before the student Is examlned by the State board. Ile did not see why any one should not he allowed to take tho examlnul lon. It iwas explalned thal ln medical colleges the student gets practlcal tralnlng as ?well as lnstructlon ln th-.ory. As to the word "reputable." it wns frankly tho Iclea of tlie doctors to har men who may have bought dlplonias or who come from schools whlch give| Insufllrient courscs. Thero was no oli jection to admlttlng every one from the three. Virginia schools. Story of n Student. One of the physiclans told the coiri jnltteo of a ease where a young mnn rr Howard Watches In all thc beautiful and individual Howard cases and supcrli time kceping qualities. Waltham Watches In all styles for men and womcn. Elgin Watches The splendid timc-picces?all styles. Hamilton Watches They are here- And our prices arc mighty satisfactory. We are railroad watch inspectors. ^ fe J. T. ALLEN & CO., JEWELERS, 14TII AND MAIN STREETS. 4 'Wood burns and licats. If you tell him you want thal. kind you will get it, Ile cuts wood and brings it here that suits housekeepers. He know.--. the dlfferencc?you will after you ^et one load, Thont's?Highland P a r k, Monroe 1320. Riehmond 'phon?, 1069, Ci?w*mm^Z,\ .1 1 m 1 1 1 wiiii I..' ~,~2 was klcked out of a medical college In Richmond for cheating ln hls examl? natlon, nt tlio end of hlg four-year course. Ile appllcd for a certificate to thc effect that ho had takcn the four years <<f Instructlon. Thc hcad of thc school at Ilrst refused, but findlng that ho would probably he compollcil to do so by ihc courts, be wrote thc certificate, Arross lt.. facc, ln rcd Ink, he stated that the person had been ex pcllcd for dlshonesty. Thls man went to thc Unlversity of the South, at Se wanec, Tenn., sald the doctor beforo thc commlttee, nnd there, upon hls rortifioato of a four years' course, wlth the Indorsement telllng of hls rascal Ity, he was graduated, rame to Vir? ginia and took hls examlnatlon before tbe Statc Bonrd. That body trled to bar hlm. but wns advlsed by the At torney-f'.ener.il that lt coul,i not do sc Mr. Moneure, of Alexandrla. asked for a law prevontlng deallng ln bot tles whlch have been pleked from junk plles or rcfuso heaps. This is largely sanltary In Ils object, and would prevent boys from pleking up and selllng, or junk dealers from trad? ing In. bottle;* of thls rhnrnrter. Tt would not affeel refllllng of bottles by factorles drallng ln hottled c-oorfs. A clrcus huttert in on a falr asso? ciatlon at Danvllle last fall, and Mr. Wilson. of thnt elly, doesn't want" It to happcn agnln. Ife asked the eom tnittee to report hls hlll forblddlns such a perforninnoo dur'fe; a ralr or Immediately before 0r after lt, unless under engagement wlth the falr ofll rlals. One of those consecrated Christlan women who are always seeklng to do good distrihiited tracts ln thc Capitol rotunda yesterday. Appronching a netnber of the liouse. she asked*. "Par ion me, slr, are you a Christlan?" rhis member was in a hurry and a.n iwored abstractcdly: "No, niadam, I am i member of the Legislature." Polegato Lee McOhesncy, of Uristol, ?vas in hls seat yesterday. Mr. Mc .hesney has been nbsent for ten days, leing called homo by the Illncss of hls vlfe, who dled a week ago. Tho far fnmed hotel bill was pro o.sed in .the Houso yesterday by lessrs. Edwards, ITarwood and IT. U. tepbenson, But it ls tbe ghost of esterday, for Its varlous requirements ave been largely amendcd. A man in tbe Northern part of tbe "tate marrled his son's widow, in con raventlon of tlie law of ttio State. Ts'o >ody has raised an objection, and prob thly It was due to lgnorance, To make hls marriage legal and to logltlmatlzo he children, Mr. Oliver. of Fairfax, liis offered a hlll ctirlllg the sltuation io as to cover this case. Clerks have been getting pretty blg junchos of tnoncy for maklng llsts of ,'pt'o'ra who have paid thelr capltutlou axes. .Mr. Johnston, of Montgorhery, las a measure whlch ho bellcves will -.ring thc coinponsatlon down to some hing like a reasonable* llgure. wliilo <tlll maklng tlie allowance most gen :rouB. Hc would pay them " cents for (ach ten wards ln the original list. and or coples he would pay only the actual ?ost of reproduclng the carbon or iriiilod copy. Mr. Johnston, of Montgomcry, goes lfter tho practlce of allowing instltu .lons lo draw their entire appropria .lons from the Statc Auditor and spend the money at wlll. Ile Introduced n billl in the House yesterday requlrlng that money shall bo pald out only by Lhe Auditor on warrants drawn on hlm, thUH maklng each separate account, no matter how amall, a ccrtitlocl claim against ihe Commonwealth, The Btorlllzatlon, bill was actcd upon favorably yesterday. afternoon by tho House Commlttee, nn' A-ylutns and IMsons. tiTid it -jyjH bo rf-ported to ihe House, to-day. lt provldes that the work Khall be done only _>iv hnblt ual crlmlnals, i.iiois iind 'Imbeclles, and then only ilpqn Indorscineht by tho res? ldent nurgeon> of th... iinu-ltuU-ii. nn allonla't, tbe pecretary ot tho state Uoardj i)f,'<'hnritli:s and another sur geon. "Thc commlttee luts glven thls bill* th<* most careful consideration, havlng had several hearlngH. Polegato John lt. How, of Accomac, chalrman ?f the Cpmmlttee on tha Ctu-i.apeakp and its Tributarles, ls dcep ln lhe Kludy of thu forty-elKht-pagu eodltlfuUon of tho oyster lawa of the State. There wlll ho a hearing on thla .subject tlii. afternoon at 3 o'clock. In "They adnre me when I've aot my trousers on, h u t they love me in my kilt." Harry Lauder now sings only for the Victor Thc great Scotch comedian, who is now the highest-priced and most famous cntcr tainerin the world, was so delighted with his Victor Records, which hc says "are simply 'to the life' ", that he has signed a contract to henceforth make records only for the Victor. And the new Victor Records of his amusing songs and specialties?just issued ?are better than ever before, because /(/ they arc made by the new Victor pro ccss of record ing. Mr. Lauder was so greatly im presscd with the vast improvement in thc tonc-quality of Victor Records that he made over all his old records, so that not only / his latest hits, but all of his ( songs, will be brought to you absolutcly true to life. Ten-inch Records 60000 I've Some thin g in the Bottle for the Morning 60001 1 Love a Lassie (My Scotch Bluebell) 60002 Stop Yer Ticklin', Jock 60003 Tobermory 60004 Wearing Kilts (Tliat's thc Reason Noo* I Wear a Kilt) Twelve-inch Records 70000 Foo' th* Noo' (I've Somcthinu in the Bottle) -oooi He Was Very Kind to Me 70002 I Love a Lassie (My Scotch Bluebell) 70003 MacGregor's Toast 70004 Rob Roy Maclntoih 70005 Saftest o* the Famiiy 70006 She's Ma Daisy 70007 Wedding o' Lauchie McGraw 70008 Wedding o' Sandy McNab 70009 When I Get Back Again to Bonnie Scotland tt Any Victor dealer will g-ladly play thesc records for you. Ask specially to "hear Wearing- Kilts" (60004)? Lauder's funny explanation of why he wears a kilt. If you have an old Lauder record, take it to a Victor dealer's for comparison, and note for yourself the wonderful advances recently made in the art of Victor rccordinrr. with the February list of new Victor Records Ask any Victor dealer for a February supplement which gives a dctailed description of each record. To cet best results, use only Victor Needles on Victor Records. Id tu R Out today m B m w OO m wum W m m His MasirV'sVoic UIIBiifVHIllli:! ?> Ull he session thls afternoon the commit ee will also take up the Well ford bill ?olnting lo tbe pollutlon of watery of itreams by the products of fish fae orlcs. rntil a late hour last nlght the louse Committeo on Courts of Justice leard all sorts and conilltions of prop isitlons for amendments tn laws on ileadlngs. The discussion was almost tltogether technical. The committee Vill conslder the hllls Inter. Many of hesc laws to whlch amondments are roposed apparently need revlslon. udglng froni lhe arguments presented. riie hearing was had In tho court oom of tho State Corporation Com nlsslon, and, ln splte of tho counter ittrnction ln tlie Senate chamber, was voll attended. S'S COLLEGE ITDIIIEISITT ienator Strode, Dr. Alderman and Others Plead Eloquent ly for Institu.ion. ln behalf of a Statc college for tho Ighcr education of women, a strong ppcal was made beforo tho Senate nd liouse Commlttees on Education ist night in tlie hall of tho Senato y Senator Strode, the author of tho leasure; l>r. Edwln A. Alderman, of ie I'nivcrslty of Virginia, and othcrs. he hall was well fllleu by womon In u-csted in the proposed college and y many members of lhe legislature. As the patron of the bill, Senator Save You 25% )n Your Groceries Large California Pruncs, _ lbs. for. .25c Fresh Bologna Saiisage, per pound . .8c 7 lbs. New Va. Buckwhcat for... .25c Large Fat Mackerel, 6 for.25c Large New North Carolina Roe Herrings, 18c dozen; or, per half barrel..$2.50 New lloininy and C.rits, 2 lbs. for. .5c Good Lard, per pound.11c Largc Irisli I'otatocs, 20c peck; or, per bushel.75c Good Sall Pork, per pound.12c New Labrador Herrings, per dozen. 12c Whole Grain Rice, per pound.6c Cedar Bucket-.15c Wine for jelly, per quart.15c Sweet Florida Orangcs, per dozen, 15c ajid ...,..20c Flgin Butter, per pound.32c Baker'a Cocoa and Chocolate, cake. 10c Virginia Fridc Coffee, per lb.14c Best Cream Cheese, per pound.... 18c California Fvaporated Peaches, 3 pounds for.25c Dulfy Malt Whiskey.85c s. ULLMAN'S SON, TWO-STORES?TWO 1820-22 B. Main. 506 E. Marshall. JTwo Storc8-?P-_g<-W*at-_ac_u ^ Strode, of Amherst, hrlefly oxplainecl Its purpose. u sc-cks to cstahlish us a branch of thc Universlty of Virginia, nt Charlottesvllle, a c-olicge for women. Separato buildings are to bo provlded for thls purpose, tho classes belng taught by ihe professors of the univer? slty, but co-educatlon is to be strlctly left out of the sc-heme. Under certaln reutrlctlons women mlght use tho llbra rles. museums and laboratorles. Sen? ator Strode explalned that by roason of thc poverty of thn average fanilly. lt could not send girls to higher pri? vate rolleges, nnd that thc State must theiVfore meot the crying educatlonal demand. He only asks at present the passage of the hlll, suitable approprl? atlon to come later. Puttlng tho col? lege at Charlottesvllle wlll enablo lt to nvall itself of flno educatlonal ma? terlal without rost. Kx-Senator A. F. Thomas. of Tjynch burg, spoke for the blll, oxplalning that lt was indlspensable to the pro gress of thc people. Professor Stone. of the Universlty of Vliglnla. presented a clcar, loglcal nrgument, showlng that the educ-atlon of girls was of unsur passed Importanco to tho State. Dr. W. AL Thornton, or the samo Institu? tion. advocated tlie higher education of womon, say Ing that It is tho inovitable trend of tho tlmes. Presldent Aldernian prophesiod the coming of such a rollego and felt that It was a debt owed to the women of thc past, wlio In war and poace dld so BILL PROVIDING FOR NEW^YSTER LINES Full Text of Measure Empowering Commission of Fisheries to Rearrange Lines of Baylor Geodetic Survey in James River. A blll euiiiowcrlujj the Commission of FlHhcrlcs to n-urrnnge the llnes of Ihe Baylor Gcocletlc Survey in James lllvcr, eiiibrnred within Warwick county; <?> renm llie State Geodetlc Survey nnd mark with nermancnt bunys or innrks; to provlde tor lenslnj; certaln bnrrrn grnund la James Itlver lo cltizens of (he State, nnd io Include tvKUlu tlie geiiclt'llc survey sueli, uat urul bcds, rocks or slionln as may bave boen oinitted, Including Gunn Itock, la York. Rlver, ln tbP county of York. Whercaa, by tho roport of tho Com? mission of Flsherles and tho stute inonts of tho ineinbors thoreof and by the statoments of cltizens resldlng along James River, neuosslty appoars for tho roarrangemont of tho llnes ot tho natural oyster rook of publlo ground No. l, puhito ground No. 1 (ad dltlon), publlc ground No. 2. and pub? llc ground No. :;. in Warwick county; und that tho Stnte ls nttomptlng ut Whoreas, the Board of flsherles und the CommlflHlnii ,,f i.'i.sherios have from tlme to tlme rcuommendod that such llnes be roarrnngetl and tho barron or dopleted ground should wlth proper siifoguarils be leused to cttlaons of the .SliLtr; aiul. srlos the ied iiii.l a report ilKrcVf^nBdo^'WH E* celloncy *Joveraor-_wausuu- and t_ -^ much in the public service of Vlrglnln. He nppcaled iu clof|iieut terms for the establlshmont of such a school and de? clared that the future welfare of the State depended upon the education and proper training of women. He hoped, he sald. somo day to ,-iee thn degree of "D. B.," or "Dorncstio Knglneer." confcrred hy a college upon women. The college Is sure to come. lio felt, and wise wlll bo the Legislature thut wlns immortallty for itself by cstab llshing such an Instltutlon. E OYSTER ROCK DEPEETEI (Contlnued From Flrst Page.) thero havo been, and- are to^liiyr^'aY uable natural rocks accidentally omlt tcd from the Baylor survey, whlch tho State ofllclals aro trying to preserve for the public. They should be sup ported ln this nnd pcrmittcd to ln? clude. them wlthln tbe goodetlc lines, so that there may be no uncertainty as to tho rlghts of appllcants who are cagor to lcaso them." State Commission of Fisheries by the United States Commlssloner of Flsh erlos, whlch roport shows that much of the 18.425 acres of sald sround Ia barren or deploled; and, AVhereas, by tho adoption of sald recommendatlons from thc Commission of Fisheries, supported by thc survey of oflieials of tho Unitod States and by a plat of tho proposed rearransoniout of sald Uno_, wlll savo about $5,000 annually to tho Stato ln expenses of guardtng and wlll bring ln an addl? tlonal revenue from ICased grounds of several thousand dollars por annum, und will enable the remaining area of about 11,000 acres to be effeotually protectod and preserved for the tongcrs as lt can not now be, ln the courso of about two years doubling the area of prollflc ground; and, AVheroas, thc Baylor Survey almost in its cntlrely has for years been noth? lng but an Imaginary llno, existlng only upon paper, few if any of its corners remaining markod at thls tlmo, maklng lt an lmposslblllty for tho county survoyors to rclocate, wlth any degrce of accuracy but a small portlon of tbe original survey by Cap? tain Baylor; and, Whoreas, It Ts vltal to tho interest of tho State to liavo tho geodotio lines pernianently marked and in places guarded by watcbhousos; and, Whoreas, lt can be mado practlcable to reseod doploted beds by sholllng and Boraplny wlth bagless drodgoa whon properly marked and guarded; and, AVheroas, from time to tlmo aroas of natural rock aro discovered to have jieeu oiuiucd I'r.vai the b'^dctlo uurvey, M.s.HJlil.'r.V. Wa '% \ You'd stand on a | corner or rush to a j window any day to I see a band go by. The Victor makes the world's greatest bands parade before you as you sit in your easy chair ?Pryor's Band, Sousa's Band, United States Ma rine Band, Garde Repub ! licaine Band of France, : Police Band of Mexico. Come in and hear these famous I bands play some of your favorite ! sclections. There is a Victor at every price from $10 to $100. Victrola, $125 to $250. Terms to suit. ^^;..^^^-.i3.S_iii_!___i;^.^. Walter D. Moses & Co., 103 East Broad Street notably Gunn Uock. In York Rlver, ln tho county of York; To Iti-nr rniigc l.lm-K. Therefore. bc It enacted by thc Gen? eral Assembly of VlrginJa: 1. That public ground No. 1, public ground No. 1 (addition), public ground N<>. L', and public ground No. 3. of the State Gcodctlc Survey in Wurwlck COiunty be rearranged and made to run as follows, to-wtt: Beginning at Station No. 7. on public ground No. 1, Warwlck county, ns shown on James Itlver chart No. 4 (a station on Kcttle Ilolc Rock, near Gunn Rock); thence t.. Whlte Shoal Llght; thenco in a stralght llne to Point of yhoals Llght; thence ln a stralght llno northerly and parallei to the present Baylor llne (station No. 3 to station N'o. 5) to a point l.Ofi0 yards from station No. 6, n. ar Mulberry Point; thence ln a stralght llno through .rail Island, aml through a point (lntersectlon of llne from Whlte Shonl Llght to station No. 7 extended) on the geodetlc line 8<i<) yards southeast of station No. 8 to a point on Brown's Shoal, "i.-OO yards to a point on chart ln six foet of water; thence 4.000 yards to station No. 7, the point of beginning. 2. AU the beds aml bottoms of James Rlver wlthln Warwlck county not comprohendeif withln the lines nfore said are hereby deflnod. declared and determinrd not tVi be natural oyster rocks. beds or shoals, and such por tlons of tho beds ond bottoms of James Rlver wlthln sald county and not comprebended wlthln tho lines aforesald, aro hereby declared to be asslgnable. 3. Tho Commlsslon of Fisheries be. and thoy are lieroby. authorized and* pmpowered to rent such unasslgned beds and bottoms not wlthln tbe sald lines at a price not less than $1 per acro per vear tn resldents ot thls Com monwealih In parcels not exceedlng 100 acres each, wjth such rules. rcgu latlons and rcKtrlcTlons as wlll best protect and a-lvance" the oynt.r ln duBtry of thla Commonwealth. Protect nepletf*,! Uock. 1. The Commlsslon of Fisheries be. and they are hereby, authorized and empowered to rerun such of the Bay? lor geodetlc lines from tlmo to time as thelr judgment dletatos, marklng the same by buoys, watch-bouses or otbor permanent marks; and, when ever It shall como to the knowledge of tho Commission of Fisheries thnt any part of the sald Geodetlc Kurvey so niarke(i Is belng depleted, sald com? mission shall bo empowered after thir? ty days" notico hy publlcatlon ln the nearest newspaper to mark off such depleted rock. bed or shoal, or any portlon tbercof, nnd prohlblt the tak? ing of oysters therefrom for a period of two years, or less, ln thc dlscrc. llon of tho commlsslon, In ordor to detormlno whether such depletod bot? tom wlll reeuporato of Itself, or by planllng wllh shells or cultlvatlng lt otherwise. Any person taking oysters from such bottom, so marked off, shall bo subject to tho same penalty pro Sale of Fine Plates at E. B. Tayler Co.'s 23 West Broad Street As our spring importations are soon to arrive, we have deter mincd to sell all of our Fine Plates to make room for our spring stock. These Plates are in half dozen and one dpzen lots. Onc dozen Dinner Plates, English Bone China, Mhiton Decoration.Waa $13.50, now $8.50 One dozen Dinner Plates, English Bone China, Minton Decoration.Was $20.00, now $13.50 Ilalf dozen Dinner I'latcs, made in Swcden, Bone China .'..Was $15.00. now $5.00 Onc dozen Dinner Platco, Bone China, Hand Decoration.Was $35.00, now $22.50 Onc dozen Dinner Plates, English Bone China.Was $16.50, now $12.00 Onc dozen Dinner Plates, Green Medalllon Decoration.Was $12.00, now $6.00 One dozen Dinner Plates, Limogcs China.Was $18.00, now $13,00 Onc dozen Dinner Plates, Liuioges Chlna.Was $12.00, now $8.00 Onc dozen Dinner Plates, Limogcs Clilna.Was $20.00. now $15.00 Onc dozen Dinner Plates, Umogcs China.Was $16.00, now $11.00 One dozen Dinner Plates, Limogcs China.Was $30.00, now $22.50 Ilalf dozen Dinner Plates, Limogcs China.Was $12.50, now $5.00 Onc clozcn Brcakfast Plates, Knglisli Bone China.Was $13.50, now $9.00 One dozen Breakfast Plates, English Bone China.WaB $32.50, now $20.00 One dozen Breakfast Plates, Limogcs Cliina.Was $10.00, now $7.50 Onc dozen Brcakfast Plates, Limogcs China.Was $7.00, now $5.00 Onc dozen Brcakfast Plates, Imperial Crown, Au6trla.Was $9.00, now $6.00 One dozen Brcakfast Plates, English Bone China, Minton Decoration... -Was $10.50, now $7.50 NOTE LOCATION: 23 West Broad Street. SEEDS! ln uny quantity; highest quality; prompt dclivery. Our price Ust glving comploto Informatlon, prjeea, vnrlotlos, etc, freo upon reqiioat, Clover See-il, GrnwH Sec-d, MilletV-ieeil, Seod ("rain, (scctl l'otnloetc, I'ane Sc-ecl, Union Setn, Klts, El,0. Wrlle 'I'o-Unj-. S. T. BEYERIDGE& CO., iaiTOk'Nt cary -Strcet. ,1 Itlcliinonil, Vn, vlrk-d for takiiiK or catchlng oysters from tho natural rocks, bcds, or BhOalg ln the prohlhltoti season. 'J'o ll.-llnr lliirrru l.nml. Ti. It shall bo thc duty of the Com? mission of Flshorlca ln Uh regular re? ports to tlu- General Aasembly to deslnnate and accurately deflno any barren oyster bottom whlrh the com mlsslun shall have oxamlncd and know to be within the Htato Geodotlo Sur vey. and whlch may bo ayallable fur plantlng purpoaes without joopardy to tho natural rocks, bcds, or shoals. Sald commlKHlon shall also deslgnatc and accurately deflno any productlve or rocuperatlnj-; natural oyster beds, rocks, or shoals, without thc ltn?s ol the ?"?lato Geodetlc Survey, and whlch Is not taken up for plantlng purposes, whlch ln tho oplnlon ..f ??ii.l commis? sion It would bc advlsablo t<, embrace within the sald Geodotlc 8urvey, f.. Thc Commission <>f PIshcrlea ls hereby! ictnpowered and directcii Ao havo tho natural bed, ro^k. or shoal, known as Gunn Ilock. In York lUver, ln tho county of Vork, markcd aud platted, nnd tho sald Gunn Hock as ko markcd and Hurveyod shall thereaftel be considercd ns bc|nj< ombraced wllh ln the Gcodetlc Survey of natural rocks and held for the puhlle use ol the rltlzons of thls Commonwcalth. r?-:-?-?? . ? i Children Ory FOR FLETCHER'S C A S T O R I A Ofllco of Carroll Whltakcr. Attorney, Sausertlcs, N. Y. Pcar Madnm: ln my Innorencc J purchased ln New York (100 mlles from here) a jar of your "PIN-MONEYPICKLES," It brouRht mo Rreat troublo. and Dne of threo thlnirs must occur: 1. You must stop maklnp them; or, 2. I must pet them at less ex pense; or, 3. I'm a rulncd mnn. Slnco my flrst venture I'vo had many 'jars." My famiiy from carly morn 3ry "Plckles"; nelKhhors ring- tho loor boll and shout "PlcklcB"; rela? tivcs vlslt mo ln expectatlon of "Plckles." Your plckles are my Ne mesls. Please, Dotr Madam, quota hem hy tho Kefr, Barrel. HoKHhead, ron or Shlpload, and "prosorvo" mo, Yours very truly, CARP.OI/L, WHITAKER. MRS. E. G. KIDD. Hlchmond. Va.