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Kentucky to Take Up Research Work. (Special to The Tlmcs-Dlspatch.'J Chai'lottosvllle, Va., Juno 21.?Dr. lo-j soph Hoeing Knalle, for the past twu' years head of the chemical department of the University of Virginia, has re? signed. Hin resignation was lendorcd to President Alderman yesterday, and accepted by the latter. Dr. Kastle soes| from here to Lexington. Ky.. his homo! town, where lie will occupy the posi? tion of research chemist of the experl-. mc-nl station. Mis new position will afford him splendid opportunities for! conducting original research work,, ulonK lines pertaining to the develop? ment of agricultural science. Prior to occupying the chair of chemistry ut the university, Dr. K?stle wca for four years conneeled with the Jlyglenic Laboratory of the United States Public Health and Murine Hos-] pltnl Service in Washington, where he , was engaged in chemical research, bearing on hygience and sanitation. Previously he taught chemistry for seventeen years, In what Is now tho, Kentucky Stato University at Loxlng- j ton 11?; was graduated from Johns Hopkins In ISSS and holds the doctor's degree. lie succeeded Or. .lohn W. Mallet, who was for many years h'-ad of the chemical ?? - nartmenl of the Uni? versity of Virginia, t>r. Mallet having retired an professor emeritus on ? Car ii< id': pension, l>r. Kastle will remain at the uni? versity during the Kummer with his I f: fully and will continue his research I work In the local laboratory, removing! to Lexington about September 1, wh'-n j lie will Immediately enter upon his I new duties. I The Ohsrlottesvllle Savings Bank, Inc., opened Its doors for business to? day, to Hupply the need caused by tho failure of the local branch of tho Vir? ginia Safe. Deposit and Trust Company. The new bank Is purely a local Insti? tution, no stock being owned by people outside of the city. The officers are: Henry M, GleaBon, president: Thomas E. Keller, vice-president; E. B. Dlnwld dle, secretary and treasurer. Direc? tors? H. M. G-loason. T. S. "--'ler, T. L\ Powera. F. B. Peyton, W.- E. Norris, M. Kaufman and H. A. Dlnwlddle. Tho Rev. George L. Petrin, D. D.. who has been pastor of the Presbyterian Church In this city since March, 1S7S? more than thirty-throe years?has com rleted the fiftieth year of his ministry n a sermon on ?'Christian Ministry." In- made a very tender and appropriate allusion to the fact that Wednesday had marked an Important epoch !n hla llf"; that on .June 14, lSdl. he had been ordained a minister of the gospel. DELIBERATELY PLANS TO COMMIT SUICIDE Coeburn Voutb Aakii Xlvcen to Pmy for Him, Then Shoot* lllniBflf Through Uody. (Special to The Tlmes-Dl3natcVi.l Roanoke, Va., June 21.?Last night llobrrt. Carrlco. seventeen years old, of Coehurn, placed a thirty-eight Smith end Wesson revolver to his left breast and sent a ball crashing through his body, In an endeavor to take his life. Mr. Carrico showed remarkable nerve In attempting to'takc his life. He was in the office with two of his compan? ions only a short time prior to the shot, and told them very deliberately of his Intention; but they took It as a | joke, asking him where he wanted to be burled and what hymns he wanted eunc. at the burial service. He very quietly told them, and left and went to his brother-in-law's, and had his nieces to pray and sing for him, and a short time afterwards the news came that, he had shot himself. The ball passed through his body and harely missed hl3 heart. There Is a possible chance of his recovery, but he says that he does not want to live. The cause of his action Is not known. Will Open BldK. Washington. D. C, June 21.?Bids for the construction of four submarine tor? pedo boats will be opened at the Navy. Department September 1. j Irresistible attractions?values that nro altogether out of the ordl Yiary?Inducements, to centre public Interest In this storo to-day, Is the gist of this announcement, and whether you Intend supplying your clothing needs or not. It will pay you to supply them here to-day. Elegant Suits at $20 a A special purchase of woolens much below market value Is respon? sible for this special offering. Finest Imported Worsteds. Casslmeres'> and Scotch Fabrics, perfectly tailored In tho newest fashion and In the Burk superior form; suits which under ordinary conditions would have to nell for $2fi and $2$: in all sizes, for any shape orx| build, and In immense variety, only.I Extra Good Suits $15 You have never seen 30 much value In really good clothes at so nominal a price. StHctiy pure wool fabrics. Including fancy Worsteds and Navy Blue Herges, excellently tailored In the very newest styles ?$22.50 and $20.00 would he tho prices you would, have to pay anywhere for their equals, only . 1 The Daylight store Main and Eighth Sts. News of South Richmond South Richmond Bureau. The Tlmes-Dlspatch, liiJ'j Hull St reot. 'Phone Madison 175. With a view to protei'iing foodstuff* from ronlaglon Hie South Richmond police are most rigidly enforcing the city ordinance that requires stores exposing edlhies to he titled with BCreens at ?II entrances. The blue coats have rendered the Health De? partment much assistance In enforcing this sanitary ordinance, but the vast majority ha*..already compiled most readily with the warning Issued a few weeks ago by the Health Department. An Inspection of Washington Ward yes? terday sholved that all but fifteen food dealers had Installed tho necessary protec? tions against tho fly Invasion. Warning was given to the delinquent shopkeepers, and those who do not Immediately comply wlih the ordinance will be summoned to the Police Court. Part 2, and fined Several of the delinquent dealers have ordered the. screens, and stated that they expected them almost any day. Fired at Cat. Charged with nrlng i gun within the corporate limits Haroid Chrsthsm, a youth? ful white .hoy, was arresfd yesterday after? noon and "Immediately hailed The hoy ex-j plained that he flrod'tho shot to kill a cat! which he thought was going mad, and If | this is the case he will probably be dis? missed this morning by Justice Maurice. Seek Better Schools. Filled with a determination to be vie- | torlous In their tight for better schools the Investigating committee of the Oak Oroya j Patrons' Association, appointed to determine, the best means of hriuging about Improve? ment In I he Inadequate school facilities of the district will appear before the Hoard of Supervisors of Chesterfield county Mon? day morning, when the regular monthly meeting of thai body Is h'ld at the rourt house. To lend etrength and force to the appeal many private citizens will accom? pany the committee before the board and will add their voices to the demands of ih* commliteemen. From the favorable reception that was tendered the committee when It appeared before the board at the last meeting It seems that the supervisors as n body arc Inclined to grant any reasonable demand. In Police Circles. ' The regular weekly session of the Oak Grove magistrate's court will be called to- I morrow morning at 10 o'clock hy Magistrate Cheatham In the Oak Grovo Courthouse. Scarcely any criminal cases arc scheduled to be heard, and tho docket will comprise a long Hit of petty civil matters. John Scott, colored, charged with assault? ing Vernelle Cheatham. was fined !5 and costs by Juatlce Maurice yesterday morning In the Police Court. Pau 2 Charged with failure to buy a dog license for his canine. Richard Langhome. colored, was fined and costs. Valentine Kept In Tall. Robert Valentine, of West Eleventh Street, the white man, who, in a lit of despondency Tuesday afternoon, swallowed a large dosa of laudanum, was rcmnn\ed to Jail for ten days yesterday morning by Justice Maurice. Some doubt of the man's sanity Is enter? tained by the police, and a watch will be kept on his actions in the Jail. He was very weak and nervous yesterday morning on hie appearance In court, and Swollen glands about the neck, weak eyes, running sores and ab? scesses, pale, waxy complexions and frail, poorly developed systems, are the most usual ways in which Scrofula is manifested. In some cases the blood is so filled with the scrofulous germs that from birth the disease shows its presence. In o?\er cases it is held in check during young, vigorous life, but when the. system begins to weaken, especially after a spell of sickness, the disease will often manifest itself in some form. S. S.S. is Nature's perfect cure for Scrofula, made entirely of healthful roots, herbs and barks, a perfectly safe medicine for young or old. S.S.S. goes into the circulation, and drives out all scrofulous matter, and supplies the blood with the healthful qualities it is in need of. In this way it builds up weak, delicate persons and makes them strong and healthy. Book on the Blood and medical advice free. 5.S.S. is for sale at drug stores. WE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA. In the Round Trip Fare A special fast train will leave Byrd Street Station 12:01 noon. Returning, leaves Roanoko 1:30 P. M.j L-ynchburg, 3:00 P. M., on Monday. July 17. 1911. stopping In both directions at Bedford, Mont vale and Blue Ridge. Through Coaches. No Crowding. Full Information at company's office, 83S East Main Street. C. H. BOSI.EY. C. A. OVBRTON, JR., District Passenger Agent. City Passenger Agent. In nddltlon to telling the judRe that he had no wish to live longer, remarked that he had once before attempted his life. II? Is a man of family und about sixty years old. Ho Is a ciramfittcr by trade, but has been out of employment for some lime past. Hunting* Court Term. Judge E. II. Wells, who has been holding court for Judge Watson In the Dlnwlddle Circuit Court, will return to South Rich? mond In time to hear the first case of the June term of the Hustings Court. Part which la scheduled for trial to-morrow. The term is an off-Jury one. and Is given up almost entirely to clearing up small chancery matters. Band Concert To-Nlght. With the kind permission of the weather man the Blues' Band will repeat the week? ly free concert to-night in Washington Square. This Is the third of the municipal concerts In South Richmond, and the South aiders have proven most appreciative and de? lighted with the opportunity given to hear good music. Tremendous crowds have thronged the square at the other concerts, and ihern seems even' Indication that an even larger audience will be on hnnd to-night. The music will begin about o'clock, and the program will extend through two hours or more. Personal and General. Lieutenant W. T. Smith, of Engine Com? pany No. II. has returned from the seaside, where he has been spending his vacation. The women of the Clopton Street Baptist Church will give a novel lawn party to? morrow night on the vacant lot near the 'orncr of Hull and Clopton Streets, Swnns boro. A colored tie will be strung around the neck of each male as he enters the gate, and when he finds an apron of the corresponding color It's "up to him" tn treat her to cream. W. C. Lowry and his son. William, who have recently made an extended trip through the West, have returned " to the Snuthaldt. W. Q. Green, of SC6 Decatur Street, who was recently operated on for appendicitis, he? been brought to his home In the South side. The Child Study Club of the Powhatan and Balnbrldge Street schools will meet this nfternoon at 5 o'clock In the home of Mrs. T. E. Burton. Ever}- member Is urged to be present, and all who are Interested In work among children are invited to attend. Th? members of Manchester Lodge. Be? nevolent and Protective Order of Elks, will meet to-night In the regular weekly session of this lodge In the Elks' Home. South Richmond. Every member of Henderson Lodge, In? dependent Order of Odd-Fellows, Is urged to be present to-night at the weekly meet? ing of this lodro to be held at S o'clock In Tor.cy's Hall. Mony Important matters are to corne be? fore Davis Council, Junior Order of United American Mechanics, at the meeting to be held to-night at S o'clock In the Odd-Fel lowa' Hall, South Richmond, and the at? tendance of the whole lodge Is earnestly de? sired. Swansboro Camp. Patriotic Order of America, will meet to-nlghl et S o'clock In Cersley's Hall, Swansboro. Camp No. 11, Patriotic Order of America. Is scheduled to meet to-night at S o'clock In Fraternity Hall. A full attendance is urged. (Continued From First Page.) the final decree Ft shall Issue. D"n this the court Is guided largely by the action taken by the Supfeme Court In the Standard OH and tobacco cases. "To stop the business of the combi? nation immediately," the court says, "might be attended with very disas? trous consequences. The defendants, or some of them, for example, furnish military and ordnance powders to the United States government. We under? stand also that they furnish explo? sives used in the construction of the Panama Canal. Their ability to con? tinue so to do should not be destroyed by the refusal of a reasonable time for adjusting their busThC*s to the changed conditions." Pertinent Comment BY GUS MALBERT Two out of.thrco and from Norfolk, and In SeavlUo, too. Well, goshdinglt all. that's going somo. A few days ago. or, to be specific, when Charlie Babb was here last, he confided the information that he had the greatest toam of ball players in the minor leagues; that his team couldn't lose, and that the men had so much confidence that the kibosh was on the other team before a ball was pitched. All of which listened very nice, and, truth to tell, at that time, everything appeared smooth sail? ing for the Tars. Richmond was peculiarly easy for Babb and his crew. Just one game had been taken from him. "Before July 4 I'll have that pennant cinched," said Babb. Now, his confidence men have lost nine out of ten games, and what In worse. Richmond' took the series down In Norfolk. The race Is getting closer. . It all goes to prove that a great part of the slump which the locals had was duo to the Inferior box work. Now that that part of the toam has strengthened, the rest of- the men aro sprucing up. Ij Another of Babb's great brags -vas that his team was composed of pitchers and catchers, which may be a good mixture. But from latest developments it Is questionable whether even Babb Is of that opinion now. Tho series with Lynchburg should put the Colls in second - place, and within striking distance of tho top. whore the team rightfully belongs. Stocksdnle's orowd should be whipped three straight Somo tlmo there Is a allp-up on calculations, but under ordl nary circumstances, Lynchburg doesn't appear formidable, A mooting of tho Amateur Rnse.bnll Commission will be held to-night In tho olllces of President Baton. Twenty? fourth and Broad Streets. The four teams forming the Central League held a meotlr- and dccldi.il that the organization would continue throughout the season a four-club af? fair. This lets tho Orioles and the Rt crults out. Why not those two teams get two others and form a league of their own? Plqnty of room. Some talk has been heard to the effect that the bankers were going to fcrm a league. No reason why they should not. Some good ballplayers will bo found In the banking houses. Tho regatta of the Virginia Hoat Club, to bo held Saturday, will give lrvers of the aquatic a chance to in? dulge. Pity the Collegians lost the gam-: yesterday. Had Captain Baileyivantcod Clarke out a little earlier thincs might have been different. If Dutch Kevelle continues the pace he has set for himself the New York Americans will ^oon be sending htm a ticket to come back home. FIRSfWS PLAY 111 TOURNAMENT (Special to The Times-Dispatch.1 Norfolk, Va., June 21.?The eleventh aniunii tournament for the tennis cham? pionship of Virginia opened this morn? ing on tho courts at the Country Club, with a large crowd of enthusiasts in uttundanco. Among the visiting players are The? odore Roosevelt Pell, of Now York, In? door champion of the Culled Status and No. S among American players; Frank J. Hall, of Lynchburg: Messrs. Coke and Buford, of Richmond; Mr. Potts, of Charlottesvllle; A. F. Fleet, of the Cul? ver Military Academy, Culver, Ind.; J. F. Bally, of Oklahoma; Mr. Grant and Dr. Thornton, of Atlanta; Clarence Fisher, of "Baltimore; G. ZInn, of New York. To-day's results were as follows: 1 Mr. Pell, of New York, beat Mr. Bo? gart, of Norfolk. 6-3. 8-6. W. Cooke. of Norfolk, beat Mr. Pat ton, of Newport News, 6-2, 6-3. "W. Reld, of Norfolk, beat R. Tunstall. of Norfolk, 6-4, 6-3. R. Doble, of Norfolk, beat Charles Tunstall. of Norfolk, 6-0, 4-6, 6-2. H. H. RIddleberger. of Norfolk, beat H. C. Meredith, of Norfolk. 6-3, 6-0? Mr. Coke, of Richmond, beat Ran dolpn Cooke, of Norfolk, fi-1, 6-1. M.\ Wrenn, of Norfolk, heat Fergus Reld. of Norfolk. 0-3. 8-C. Mr. Pell, of New York, beat Mr. Age lasto. of Norfolk, 6-0, 6-2. ,T. S. Taylor, of Norfolk, beat W. Cooke. of Norfolk, 6-1, 6-2. W. Reed, of Norfolk, beat Mr. Cole, of Washington, 6-1, 6-2. "Mr. Mclntosh, of Norfolk, beat Mr. Tomlln,. of Norfolk, 6-2, 2-8,-6-3. Mr. Whltehead. of Norfolk, beat Mr. Hall, of Lynchburg, 0-7, fi-0. W. H. Taylor, of Norfolk, beat R. L. Dobic, of Norfolk, 6-1. 6-3. N. Bundy. of Norfolk, beat H. H. Rid dlebeiger, of Norfolk, 7-5, 7-5. Mr. Coke, of Richmond, beat Mr. Wrenn, of Norfolk, 7-5, 11-9. In the doubles Mr. Doble and Mr. Agelasto beat Mr. Reid and Mr. Cook, 6-4. 6-3. EASTERN LEAGUE At Jersey City: Rochester, 4; Jersey City. 2 (first game). Rochester, 10; Jersey City. 4 (second game). At Baltimore: Buffalo, 0; Baltimore, 7. At Newark: Trenton, 10; Newark, 11. SOUTH ATLANTIC LEAGUE At Augusta: First game?Augusta, 3; Columbia, 4. Second game?Augusta, 1; Columbia, I. At Albany: Macon-Albany, rain. At Savannah: First game?Savannah, 3; Charleston, 2. Second game?Savannah, 3; Charles? ton, 1. At Columbus: Columbus, 5; Jackson? ville, 3. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION At Toledo Kansas City, 1; Toledo, 6. At Indianapolls: Indianapolls, 1; Min? neapolis, 3. At Loulsvillo: Milwaukee, 0; Louis? ville, 10. At Columbus: St. Paul, 7; Columbus, 3. Tidewater League Standing of the Clubs. Clubs. Won. Lost. P.C. Elizabeth City. 36 19 .655 Portsmouth . 32 20 .615 Norfolk . 31 23 .574 Suffolk . 28 2S .500 Newport News. 22 28 .440 Old Point. 1 1 42 .20S Where Tbcy Piny To-Day. Elizabeth City at Norfolk. Portsmouth at Newport News. Suffolk at Old Point. TnrheelH Win Again, (Special to Tho Times-Dispatch ] Elizabeth City, N. C, June 21.? Score: R. H. E. Elizabeth City. 0 1 1 2 2 1 0 4 ??11 11 2 Old Folnt.0O2O0OOO4? fi 12 5 Batteries: Schmidt and Slesnick; Murphv and Seifert. Umpire, Hudgins. Time, 1:40. Attendance, 500. Slugfeat at Suffolk. (Special to The Times-Dispatch.1 Suffolk, Va.. June 31.?In a slugfest I at Pleasure Park, Suffolk won from Norfolk, 15 to 2. There were home runs by Fetzer and Klock-, of Suffolk, | and Simmons, of Norfolk. Score: R. H. E. Norfolk .00010001 0?2 0 4 Suffolk .3 3 1 5 0 3 0 0 ??15 22 ' Batteries: Hogue, Blgble, Lucia and Hudgins; Franks and Klock. Attend? ance, 850. Honorn Evenly Divided. (Special to The Tlmes-Dlspntch.l Portsmouth, Va., Juno 21.?Ports? mouth defeated Newport News this af? ternoon In a close game at Southsidc Park, 3 to 2. It was a pitchers' battle between Henchay and Flynn, with the honors about evenly divided. Score: R. H. E. Newport News. . 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0?2 K 4 Portsmouth ....01100010 ??3 8 2 Battoties: Henchey and Cote; Flynn and Rogers. Umpires, Mace and Hcn egar. REGATTA Washington and Lee Crew Will Try to Take Measure of Locals Saturday. The spring regatta of the Virginia Boat Club will be held Saturday after? noon, and the oarsmen arc now training . for the races. The Washington und Leo i eight has been here two days, getting acquainted with the water and taking trial spins. The local eight Is on the water every afternoon, endeavoring to got In trim to take the measure of the visiting collegians. Captain Crawford, i of the locals. Is using every spare mo- I ment to get his men in ttie pink of per- I fectlon. The team will probably row In the following order: J. C. Wheat, stroke; A. .1. Seville. No. 7; Oorsoy Ty? ler, No. 6; U M. Wellford, No. 5; .1. II. Jones, No. t: N. Ft. Watt. No. 3; R. P. Forrest. No. 2: Mac Wellford, No. 1. The Washington and Lee men will probably start as follows: J R. Black- I burne. stroke: Clarke, No. 7; Miller. No. G: Flllon. No. 5: Webster. N??. I: Hob-; son. No. .1; Ordeman. No. 2; 'llannls. j No. 1 Tt Is expected that a large crowd will be out to watch the races. \ as applications for admission cards) have been made by a number of per- ; sons. A good view of the regatta may be obtalnod from Mayo's Bridge. Atlantic City ^ejortS. The St. Charles, ATLANTIC CITY, K. 3. Most Select Location Frootlnc the flench With an established reputation for Its | cxcluslveness and high-class patronage. Thoroughly modern and completely equipped. ,Courteouo service. Bathrooms 1 with hot and cold, fresh and sea watei attachments, showers, etc. Orchestra. Extensive porches overlooking the j Boardwalk and Ocean. Always open. Golf T.rlvllcgcs. Illustrated booklet. NEWLIN HAINES COMPANY. HOTEL DENNIS, ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. The new fireproof addition Is a model for comfort and conveniences. Tho entire house now offers 350 guest rooms, each of which Is connected with private hath or has running water. Hotel Dennis Is one of the Beach Front | Hotels still maintaining an unob? structed ocean view. ?Walter J. ntznr. ANT) ANNEX WITH CAPACITY OF S00. On the ocean front, extending from Virginia I to Muryland Ave. Most central location; | Fresh and sea water In all baths; large, airy rooms, newly furnished, with running | water. Elevator, etc. .Full orchestra. Amer? ican or European plan. Special weekly rates. Always open. Auto meets trains. Booklet. FRANK if. PHOEBUS. Mgr. WM. HYMAN. Propr. Atlantic City. N. J. Entirely new. Completed 1910. Half ] block ocean front. Fireproof. Capa? city. 600. ' American Plan. Always open. Sea water In baths, public and private Private garage for | patrons. FRANK B. OFF. ' H. C. EDWARDS. HOTEL SHOREHAM Ocean end Virginia ave. A modern hotel I with every convenience; elevator, private baths, etc. Open lawns allow plenty of light and air. (Ideally located. Service and table the best. Rates $i:.60 up weekly. Booklet. _W. B. COTTE.V. HOTEL RALEIGH St. Charles Place and the Beach, where the I accommodations and location are unexcelled Capacity 10U Large rooms, ocean view, ele? vator, private haths; running water In rooms, etc. Superiority In cuisine. Mod? erate rates. Booklet. H. J. DTNES. HOTEL IROQUOIS So. Carolin Ave. and Beach. Capacity 100. One of the most modern and up-to-date, 100 I ocean-side sunny rooms. Private baths, run- [ nlng water in rooms. Elevator. Music. Sun parlors. White service. Eorly season rates. 512.50 up weekly; |2.60 up dally. Booklet. W. F. SHAW. Most complete guide of Atl. City pub? lished, with beautiful colored map and time-tables, also list of reliable hotels, with rates. Malled free. RESORT FREE IN- I FORMATION BUREAU. Box 1056, Atl. City, N. J. Guide oi ATLANTIC CITY Handsomely Illustrated Ofllclsl Hotel Street SDd Amusement Guide HnoU. vitb ma cd. tide and ft. R. timetables, etc. FREE CENTS POSTAGE SECURES FULL INFORMATION or ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. An Hotels, Amusimcnti Stsiete: Beaches, Batmimo, Etc. A rUNotouriY li iuitaated SO facie ' 'OFFICIAL"GuiDC WITH qkiv cob s.cct ClTV has SlNT FREE er imommtiom Bureau 7 N.Y.Av Phillips House and Annex Mass. Ave. and Beach, Atlantic City, N. J. Kllevstor to street level. Open all year. _ F. P. PHILLIPS. VIRGINIA AVE., NEAR BEACH ontl Steel Pier. Open surroundings. Capac? ity SCO. Hot and cold sea water baths. Largo rooms, southern exposure. Elevator to street leva!; fine .porchos, etc. Special, 112.50 up weekly; J2.50 up dally. Booklet. Coaches meat trains. COOPER & LEEDS. Tennessee uvc.. near Beach; always open. Private bathe., elevator; excel? lent tnblo; white service; S2 to $3 dally; $S to J17.60 vvkly. Bnt. to Mon., ?3. Booklets. MARGARET WALSH DUNCAN. An Unheard of Chance for Homeseeker, Speculator or Investor To close sovoral estates and corporations, wo can sell way below mar? ket price Fourteen West End Lots on "LEONARD HEIGHTS," Adjoining Colonial riace. Only $S'por foot. Fifty or moro lots, Garrison, Dickinson and other Streets, adjoining Cowardln Ad tlon. ' t-t to $6 per foot. 100 CHEAP WEST 'END LOTS?Ashland, Blair, Winder, Claihorno and Others Streets. if? per foot and up. City Improvomonts, Street Cars, Churches, Stores and Schools. J. THOMPSON BROWN & CO. Kummer &etforl?. Jollity Reigns Supreme at The cool, refreshing breezes of old Neptune act like a tonic to the jaded city folk. There's a sparkle in the eye of every one you meet. Plenty of good fish to catch or eat?plenty of fresh air and sun? shine. That's old Doc. Nature's best prescription for a healthy, happy life. Get it filled at Buck roe Beach if you want best results. You'll enjoy taking this medicine, too. Be right at the station be? fore the train pulls out. "All aboard for Buckroe!" Dairy lunches served at all hours at the hotel. The Medicinal Baths at, the White Sulphur Springs arc a specific for many diseases, notably Rheumatic Troublos, Ghout and kindred dlsor- ? ders. Skin diseases of all sorts yield to these health-giving waters, which nrc used for drinking as well as bathing. Baths are given by experts under Ideal conditions. Halt a million dollars have just been spent Installing modern Improvements In this famous old resort. - On the main line of the C. & O. Ry. Always cool?2,000 ft. elevation. Opens June 15th. Closes October 15th. 1 Booklets at City Ticket Offlcos. C. & O. Ry., No. 808 E. Main Street; Rich? mond Transfer Co., No. 809 E. Main StreeL or address Geo. F. Adams, Mgr., White Sulphur Sprin-T W. Va. If you priter the Seashore,"tho"Cnamberth Old Point Comfort. Va., Is also under the mat agemeut ot Mr, Adams. : NOT U RAtgR I DG t -HOT E FOR REST ruN/J RECREATION. Virginia's leading all-thc-year Moun? tain Resort. Fine hotel. Write for book? let and rates. Address W. G. HAKf.IL TON, Manager._>_ CAPE VIEW COTTAGE. Ouckrne ncacli. Va. Fifteen mintttes' trolley ride to Chamberlln Hotel Old Point, Va. Fish? ing, rowing, Balling, dancing every evening, finest bathing beach on Chesa? peake Bay. Sea foods a specialty. Large, airy rooms. Spacious verandas. Excellent table board. Special rates to parties. For further information, address Captain J. E. Foster, Cape View Cottage. Buckroo Beach. Va. CROCKETT AnSENIC-I.ITIIIA SPRINGS AND BATHS. Opens June 1st. Elevation, 2,150 feet Cures Nervous Prostration, Dyspepsia. Rheumatic and Skin Troubles, Malaria, Kidney and Bladder Disorders and Fe? male Irregularities. Clears and beau? tifies the complexion. Write for hook let. M. C. THOMAS, _Crockett Springs. Va. 'BLUE RIDGE SPRINGS Dotctourt County, Va. Booklet mailed on application to PHIL F. BROWN. RAiVT.EY smrsas, Rorklngbam Co., Va. Opens June IS; tho health resort of Vir? ginia; famous Iron, chalybeate and sulphur springs; elevation 2,000 faet. Until June 10. address MRS. B?LLING, Annapolls. BUSINESS MEN'S RESORT.. 1 HOTEL?Ocean nnd Its Advantages. 1 HOTEL?Country, and Its Advantages. Boat piles between the two dally. Surf bathing, boaitng, fishing, automoblllng, driv? ing, tennis, otc. (Free bowling and pool.) Send for Descriptive Booklets: A. Hi O. MBARS, Wachaprcague, B. S. Va. The Blue Mountain House IN THE HEART OF THE BLUE RIDGE Superbly located at elevation of two thous? and feet, with unobstructed view of world famed Cumberland and Shonandoah Valleys. Modern In every dotall; rooms with or with? out private baths, electric Hunts, telephones, hot and cold water throughout the house. Exhilarating atmosphere, beautiful scenery, delightful drives, excellent Riding Academy conected with hotel. For rates, booklets, etc., address BOND & GIBBONS. Blue Mountain, Md. JSmmmer 3L\?Sort?? AllegMahy Inn Modern?Up-to-date. : 2.COO feet above sea level. I,n the heart )f the most picturesque mountain coun Iry of Virginia. Wonderful scenic beauty Ideal place for health seekers, ->over. \ worked people, the lover of the beautiful, i Most exhilarating climate in America.;: Abundance of mineral springe: the best ? of waters. First-class amusements. Fina j cuisine. It's the ideal place. Write now } [or descriptive booklet, rates 1 and full ? Information. ... ' . \ Alleghany Improvement Co., Main Line C. & O. Ry., Goshen. Va Pulaski Alum Springs PULASKT, VA. Openjune 1, 1911; Elevation,' 2,000 feet. Accomrhoda lion, 200 ? guests. The most delightful 1 summer resort irtthe Virginia mountains." Water is endorsed by the leading phy? sicians, in the State for all forms of Stom? ach, Blood, Liver and Kidney Troubles. - Rates reasonable. Fare excellent. Wa? ter shipped the year round.. Write for booklet. R. C. GRAHAM, j Owner,and Manager', . * Pulaski, Va. -_-_-.. The Virginia Bay Ocean View, Va. Season of milt .lime IK to Sept. L ~' t The. Most Popular Summer Hotel bn : -the Virginia Coast. ? Its Fifth 'Season: Under the Same Man-, i ? ngement. Immediately on water front. Use of bath houses Free to Guests. A new.! $15,000 Dancing Pavilion has Just been - completed Just below the' Virginia Bay.^ MaVe your arrangements to spend j your vacations with us. For rates and I other Information write JXO. A. TUCKER, MansCW, Buena Vista Spring Hotes In the Blue"' Ridge, Franklin county.. Pa., 2,000 feet above sea level. Co'ol.s' bracing. Superb' soenery; fine drives. ' Pure spring -water; garage. Modem' equipment; unexcelled -cuisine. Opens For Season June 14, 1911 Same efficient management ad last year. Rooms?singlo or en suite, with, private baths?now booking. For chart, torms and booklet, ad-' dress Ronnert Hotel, Baltimore,'- Md: THOMAS P.-PERKINS. President. 1 EDW, DAVIS, Secretary._. VIRGINIA. ~ T~~' RAWLEY SPRINGS Rocklngham County, Vn. Opens'June IS; the health resort of Vir? ginia; famous iron, chalybeate and sul-' phur springs: elevation 2^000 feet. Until June 10 address MRS.. B?LLING,, Annapolis. AFTON HOUSE ^ Alton Va. Now opon. Owing to Its elevati'on..' the dry, salubrious climate,- the ab- : sence of dews and the constant breeze.' Aftun Is ono of the most healthful of all the Virginia resorts. :J MRS. JAM.ES R. OOODLOE. f ; LAKE SUNAPEE, N. 17. One of the finest hotels in 'the Whit*. Mountains. Golf, Tennis, Finning, etc. ONE OF THE IDEAL TOUR HOTELS. Writs for Circular. W. W. BROWN, " Lake S?napee. N. H.? AloDg the Ocean and Boardwalk. HOTEL RUDOLF, AUqdUc City, N. J. Capacity 1,000. Open always. Offering ' every appointment, comfort and luxury. Sea" water in all baths; no extra charge for usa of bath. All rooms overlook the sea. Or? chestra of soloists, frequent aoolal events. Famous grill and cafe. Illustrated, booklet mailed. ;'. JOEL DILI MAN, Pres. . A S. RUKEYSER. Mgr. V' . THE'ELKTOX Tf?T?L. A delightful summer home. In the'. Shenandoah Valley of Virginia; excel- " lent table; puro air; llthla water; mod-" ? ern conveniences; -open May -1. MR9i A. C. DRAWBAUGH. Elktori, Rocking ham Co.. Va. ?OBOBB3HBQjyBHB!B?aH BBS ?? H aJ3D3 8S?? f I HEALTH AND PLEASURE, ' r^ffl Unexcelled climate, mountain 6cenery, golf, ^ riding, driving, fishing, hunting, etc. Modern hotel, rooms with or without bath. T?te Spring ? Mineral Water famous for stomach? . 2 liver, bladder, kidneys,, blood. ... . gg J. M. Studebaker, aulo manufacturer, South Bind,Ind.,says: g| 'I owe my life and health tot he water of Tale Sptloe." jg niustrated booklet mailed. .?*> T?TE SPRING COMPANY, T?te Spring, Tenn. S3 a a a a Qfl raa a o qbko B>viBra?ansvniaaiaB BAR HARBOR, MAINE, on MOUNT DESERT ISLAND. Superior Location?Elevator Service?Suites with Private Bnth and Long Distance Telnphone--Syrnph?ny Orchestra. Excellent cuisine with vegetables from the Louisburg gardens. DRIVING, GOLF, TENNIS, SWIMMING, BOATING, FISHING. Mr. J. A. Sherrard, proprietor of Hotel Preston,. Beach Bluff, Mass., has leased this property, whiGi) will bc: thoroughly reno- ^ vated and improvements made leading to increased comforts' ?' for guests. For information, booklet" and .rates)'address DAVID S. AUSTIN, 2nd - - - - - . - - Manager. IE5 K1TT&T B W NY ! DELAWARE WATER GAP, PA. Leading Hotel; coolest location; no malaria or mosnuitoes. Capacity 500. Every convenience. Boating, fishing, bathing, golf, orchestra, dancing, social diversions, saddle horses. Table supplied from own farm, American Plan and A LA CARTE. Write for booklet of views and special terms. CAFE AND GRILL. v. G- FRANK COPE.