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Personal MISS MARGARET MINOR, who ?has been the house guest of Miss Phyllis Jones for the past several weeks. Is now. visiting Miss Emily Royall on West Franklin Street. Miss Minor has beon entertained at several very pretty dinners given at tho Country club during her stay In Richmond. Last week Seddon Jones was host at dinner at the club house In Miss Minor's honor. Covers were laid for six. and guests present In eluded Miss Minor, Miss Phyllis Jones. Miss Virginia. Taylor, of Wilmington, N. C.; Mr. Jones and James Ellison. The table was set with pink flowers, and tho candles were shaded In rose color. Miss Minor wll| leave Richmond next week for her home. "Gale Hill." where she will entertain a number of her fr fends during the remainder of tho summer. Dance at Chester. Quite a party of Richmond people spent yesterday at Chester, and at? tended the dance given last night at the Chester Hotel. There were a num? ber of fishing parties entertained dur? ing the day. and a display of fireworks late In the evening. Morebead?Corhart. A wedding of much Interest here win bo celebrated this afternoon at half-past 4 o'clock In the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. Lambert Martin, at Catawba, when Miss Willis Chappcll Carhart, of Richmond, will become the bride of Clyde Morchead, formerly of Pulaski, now of Dublin. The entire house will be arranged in dahlias and spruce, and Mrs. Edward Holland, of Danville, will Bing "O. Believe Me. If All Those Endearing Young Charms." The Rev. J. W. C. Johnson, rector of DEMAND Dunipp The Flour ' Gives Universal Satisfaction. Is Your Baggage Ready for the Vacation Irip? If you have a truRk it is time you were looking it over. Per? haps a hinge is off or the side has been crushed so that it is not safe to use it again. Then, too, you must consider its ap? pearance. You surely will not navel with a trunk that looks shabby. Would it not be cheaper to buy a Rountree Quality Trunk FROM "Factory to You" H. W. Rountree & Bro. Trunk & Bag Co. 703 East Broad St. T.lgCett's Orangrade Is served dcllclously cold at our fourtaln. Nothing so palatable and refreshing. Made from pur? orange Juice Sold for Sc. only at Pollt Miller's. The Rexall Store. Ml Etat Main Street. B. SAMUELS' Entire Shoe Stock on Sale at ALBERT STEIN 5th and Broad g ? ? = Special Sale of Suits $35.00 Values, $17.50. M. GOLDSTEIN, l.odics' Tailor and Suit Manufacturer S. W. Corner Seventh and Frank? lin Sts.. opposite P O. Good as the Name. Virginia Made vVILTSHIRE'S , 1009 E. Main St. UPRIGH7 PIANO Easy terms. Stool and scarf. 121 East Hroad Street. Go to Chasie Trafieri for pure imported Olive Oil. Mad. 4220. S00 West Main Sj] alnty summer models of moat fash? ionable materials, r JT. W. DADKGY A COMPANY, I Third and Broad Streets. Attend Our INDEPENDENT SALE Continued to-day with additional bargains. WILL BE MARRIED SOON MISS WILLIE CHAPPELL CA II HART, Onusliter of Mr. and Sirs. William Cor hart, of tills cltr. und Clyde Morebrad, of Dublin, whose wedding will be ccl ebrntcd tills nlternoou at ^atnwhn. St. John's Church. In Roanoke. will perform the ceremony, and Mendels? sohn's '"Wedding March" will be played as a processional. The bride will enter the drawing room on the arm of her father, who will also" give her away. She will be handsomely gowned In a golng-away suit of lavender broadcloth, trimmed In Jet and black satin, with hat and gloves to match. She will carry a prayer-book with markers of lilies of the valley. The bride's only attend? ant will be Miss Bertha Triplctt. of Washington, assistant head nurse at Catawba Sanatorium, who will act as maid of honor. Miss Triplett will wear a white lace robe and carry pan sies tied with'tulle. Hysor Morehead. of this city, will act as his brother's best man. Immediately after the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Morehead will leave for Mountain Lake. Bald Knob and other resorts. A number of Richmond peo? ple will be present at the wedding. The bride Is a daughter of Mr. und Mr. William Oarhart formerly of j I'onhatan county, now of Richmond, and Is a graduate of the Vlrglnli Hos- | pltsl. In this city. For the past two years t'.i." has been head nurrc at the I Catawba Sanatorium. At the Beach. Miss Alice Nelson, who has been spending some time In Lynchburg as the house guest of Miss Jennie Stroth? er, left town Saturday-for Wllloughby Beach. Mli;s Nelson will be the guest Of Mrs. Thomas Jeffress, who Is en? tertaining a, house party at her cot? tage at Wllloughby Beach for this week. Summer nt the White. A recent Washington exchange con? tains the following art'ele of interest to society In Richmond: "Mrs. Ordway, widow of General Albert Ordway. and her granddaugh? ter. Mi;: Valeria Padelford, have gone to the White Sulphur Springs, where they have taken a cottage for the sea- j son. Miss Padelford's mother wus one j <>f the great beauties and belles of the ; White Sulphur Springs, as Miss Betty urdway, and her daughter is de.-tined to meet with the same social success, because ot her own personal charms. Daughters .Meet. The regular meeting of the Chester? field Chapter, United Daughters of the Confederacy, was hcli on Saturday af? ternoon ..t the home of Mrs. B. A. Hancock, of Forest Hill. A guest of the chapter at this meeting was Mrs. Norman V. Randolph, president of the ? Richmond Chapter. U. D. C. The treas? urer's report showed 132 25 turned over to rollet fund and 13 for the Shiloh Monument fund- The chapter indorsed the resolutions written by the South? ern Cross Chapter at Salem, dated April 20. 1011, and protests against the use of. ElsorTs history In southern schools The sale of Confederate seals was enthusiastically indorsed, and an order to the amount of $600 was re? ceived and filled. Seventeen crosses of honor were reported to have been presented by this chapter in Lee Camp Hall on June 2, and.plans were made tor the annual basket picnic, which takes place September 2 at Chester? field Courthouse. One new member, Mrs H. M. Lander, was received. At the conclusion of the business meeting, tea was served by the host? ess, and the meeting adjourned to meet some time in September at the residence of Mrs. Ada Lee Taylor | Drew. 2S?3 Floyd Avenue. Richmond. Leaving; fur AiiMtralla. H. M. Waithall is leaving town this week to visit his brother. Chris Wal thall, nt his home, in Brisbane, Aus? tralia. Mr. Walthall will also visit his children in Knstern cities, and spend some time with relatives In Denver and San Francisco before, sail? ing for Australia from the latter city, (ioinir Abroad. Mr. und Mrs. Jonathan Bryan left town yesterday for San Francisco, from which city thoy expect to sail on Tues? day. June 12. for a trip around the world. Mr. and Mrs,. Bryan will stop In St. Louis and other Western cities en route for the coast. They will be absent from Richmond for the next six months. Entertulned In Fairfax. Mrs. Pettlt was guest of honor last week at card party given by the Misses Moore at their home in Fair? fax. Mrs. Durham, of this city, was awarded the first pr'ze and Mr?. Pettlt the guest prize. Decorations were In yellow flowers, and tea was served at the conclusion of the game:. Mrs. W. W. Long also entertained at cards' Hst week In honor of Mrs. Pettit, 500 be? ing played. In and Out of Town. Miss Mary Johnst?n and party have arrived in Rotterdam, Holland, and will go this week to Amsterdam for a few days. Mrs. R. T. Hunter, who spent last week at Mount Elliott Springs, is now at the Seaside Hotel In Atlantic City. Miss Ruth Hopkins, of this city. Is the guest of her cousin, SIlss Flora Glasgow, in Alexandria. Miss Arvln Samuoluon, ot Culpeper, Is visiting relatives and friends In this city. Miss Eleanor Montgomery is spend? ing a week at Virginia Be ich as *' i guest of friends. Misses Laura and Sadie Payne have returned to Harrlsonburg after Spend? ing a month with relatives here Mr. and Mrs. O. V.*. Howard, of this city, urt the guests ot Mrs. A. T. Hol? land at her nome In Danville. William Boyd has returned to Rich? mond after a vist to his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Coghlll, in Bowling Green. Miss Emily Gordon, of Roanoke, is spending several weeks as the guest ot relatives in this c.iy. Miss Essie Dodson. of Danville, is the guest of friends In Richmond fur a few days. Mrs. Emmett Harris, of this city, is chaperoning a party of friends -it Natural Brl -gc. Harold Wright has returned to the city after . ttendlng the. Howard Wright wedding in Caroline last week. Dr. Robert Stewart, of this city, is the guest of his parents, Colonel and Mrs W'lllam Stewart, In Portsmouth. Miss L'zz(e Archer, who has been spending some time near Staunton, lctt Monday for Elkton. Mr. and Mrs. John S. Harwood, Mr. and Mrs. John S. Harwood, Jr., and children are at the Thompson Cottage at Willoughby Beach. ASHLAND NEWS (Special to The Times-Dispatch.] Ashland. Vs., July t.?The members of the Ashland Twenty-two-Caltbre Rifle Club held a tournament on the club grounda this af? ternoon. There were a large number of en? tries, and the contests were spirited. MacD. Hart made the highest average a:, won Ove first nnd two second prlxes. J. H VVIldt wen two firsts and five seconds. Mr Mallory won one first: Mr. Stribling, one first and one second and the Dupont trophy, Mr. Crew won one second, and Mr. Portei one second. The two-men team race was won by C W. Crew and M. D. Hart. Rev. and Mrs. Frank Wells and children have gone to Culpeper to visit relative?. Stuart Smith has returned to Now Yorh after being the guest of relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bridges and llttl? Miss Elfiera p. Bridges spent to-day at Dos well. Vs. Miss Julia Welslger leavea Thursday for a weck'a stay at Virginia Beach. Captain shC Mrs. John Daley and Miss Mlllan Daley nave gone to Portland. Me? to spend the summer. Miss Louise Miller has gone on a houst party at Cape Henry with some friends from Norfolk. Miss Annie Nicholas, who has been th' guest of MIes Cabell Jones, has returned home. Mrs. Stonewall J. Doswell and Miss Mary Elizabeth Doswell have returned from a visit to relatives in Augusta. Qa. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Page, of Richmond, are guests at the Henry Clay Inn. Mr. end Mrs. Herman, of Richmond, are spending some time with Mrs. James Har- 1 rls. James F. Howlson leavea Wednesday for a business trip South. Mrs, Amanda Cross Is visiting her grand daughters, the. Misses Blanton. Davis?Crlsmond. (Special to The Times-Dlepatch 1 Bristol. Va . July 4.?Frank K. Da? vis, a prominent young lumberman of Bland county, antl Miss Leo Crlsmond, daughter of W. B Crlsmond, of Rich Valley, were married hero yesterday, Rev. O. A. Maiden officiating. f 'oi-Ionen. (Special to The Times-Dispatch ] Fredcrlckshurg. Vn.. July 4.?Van Buren Cox. of Stafford county, and Miss Adelaide Jones, of King George county, were married hero last eve? ning at the residence of Rev. \V. S. Jackson, who performed tho cere? mony. The couple left for a bridal trip South, after which they will reside In Stafford county. Injuries Prove Fatal (Special to The Times-Dispatch.1 Lynchhurg. Vn., July 4.?Oswcll Pon? ton, aged twenty-ono. died at a hos? pital hcra late to-day, of injuries rc cqived yesterday, near Tye Rivor, when a horse he was riding ran off with him. Ponton was dragged some d's tnnce and his skull was fractured. Ho died without regaining consciousness. FORCED 10 UND AI ATLANTIC CITY (Continued From First Page.) j went dry again. 1 finally descended In a little clearing. I borrowed five gal- ; Ions of gasolene from an owner of \ an automobile, and made a good get awa>T , "It was during the fly from Tucker ton across to the outskirts of this \ city that 1 had my hardest tight to , keep In the ujr. The velocity of the wind hero was the strongest of the \ trip. It took mo until t o'clock to ; I make that last seventeen miles, but I i i must have made at least fifty air ' miles. I . "Tht v. ind grew more treacherous as I swung up to Venice Park on tin 1 uutskiits uf Atlantic City. I encount? ered ulr humps und air holes that I made the going rather difficult, To make matter.- worse, my gasolene ran \ out again. 1 came down and narrow ly mlssod disaster, when a putf of ' wind caught the plane about 10? feet , from the mound. 1 was almost thrown lrom my -eat as the wind sot under the Wings, and again when I struck the ground. That was my narrowest escape. I expected to go head over j heels, but managed to hold on until . the machine stopped. Mncblne ludnmsRSil, "I felt the shock, but found my | machine undamaged, and continued ' after taking on five more gallons. When I circled out over the o ean I tound the currents the most stable of my (light, and made a successful landlr.K i.i Atlantic City." j Atwood left Governor's Island. In i New York Bay, at s:tO A. M. and j landed at Park Place. Atlantic City, I at 2:30 P. M. Atwood's appearance here created a sensation, us It was not generally ' known that he would attempt his ; flight to the natlonul capital or that I this resort would be one of his points, j The boardwalk was crowded with a ' holiday throng, when ho hove In \ sight, and when he alighted he was . cheered by thousands of people. His landing place was close to the board? walk between the Marlborough-Blend helm and Br/ghton Hotels. His landing was perfect, and his \ machine was In fine condition when ! he finished the flieht. Atwood was | 33 Years of Success for More than a generation of undiminished popu? larity and sale is the record of Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment. At the time of writing this advertisement, the sales are exceeding in volume and value those for any similar period in the history of "Cuticura," and this without sales? men, commissions, dis? counts or rebates. What other prepara? tions, pharmaceutical, medicinal or toilet, in the world, can boast of such an achievement? A single sample of Cuticura Soap and Ointment, which may be had post-frc on application, is often enough to ihstcil these preparations in a family for all time. Address "Cuticura," Dept. CC, Boston. m PURt iAME QUALITY KKffiASl EVERY DAY Monroe 1S6I. TWOMENS OUTER GARMENTS 311 EAST BROAD-STREEfTi Get Your New Refrigerator Now. Sydnor & Hundley. Inc. 709-11-13 E. Broad St. "EXCELSIOR" GAS RANGES are sold only by Rothert & Co., Men's SI.25 Soft Silk Finished Madras I 79c ii J almost mobbed by the crowd that sur rounded him. Mr. Atwood was the guest of the Atlantic City Aero Club overnight. GAIETY ?F DAY SOBERED BY HEAT (Continued From First Page.) the history of the local Weather Bur? eau, the thermometer at ? P. M. Indi? cating I0:..*> degrees. The exceptions were in July of 1901. whon a mailt of 102 decrees wati followed the next day by one of 103 degrees. No one who cJ'Jld get out remained In the city. Railroads leading to sum? mer resorts ran special trains, which were crowded, and lake bouts were jammed to the legal limits. The parks were populous with exhausted human? ity, and thousands tied from the hent Into the waters of the lake. Dwellers In the tenement districts to-night slept on roofs, sidewalks and alleways. Every street stairway was occupied with the adults stripped to the limit of seemliness. and all lut naked babies walling or silent from Illness. Those who sought a ? breeze In street cur riding found that every breath of wind was like a puff from a ! bake oven, In full operation. Electric ! fans buzzed among tho well to do, but j merely propelled hot air. Cooler lu Ulehiiioud. No Official wenther report is pre Dated or issued In Richmond on Sun days or national holidays, but '.he | kicsk. which swelters and never i.leeps. crawled to 101 und stops. However, it was decidedly cooler than on Mond ly. ! when the kiosk went to 107 and the j bureau thermometer to 93. Tnenty-Nlx Deaths In New York. New York. July 4.?The cumulative effects of three days of the hottest weather this city has experienced fn j years manifested Itself to-day In a list i of twenty-six deaths, attributed to the, heat Prostrations were counted by" the score, and fourteen drownlngs were j reported. While not going to the extremes of1 yesterday, the official mercury up In the skyscraper tops touched f>3 at 3:.'l? o'clock, crossing tho 91 mark nt noon, and keeping above that point until well towiud sunset. EXPECTED 10 ACT Of] RECIPROCITY (Continued From First Page) sl.n fur Federal control cf tit* elec? tions Many Want to Hear Witnesses. Washington. July 4.?Many Senators not engaged in the Inquiry have ex Miss' d a desire to observe the de? meanor of witnesses beforo the Sen? ate committee charged with the in? vestigation of the election of William L,orlmer to the United States Senate. Their desire to watch tho witnesses, particularly the confessed bribe? takers, who are expected to be ex? amined after the committee rocon 1 ven?s, nine days from now, is with a view to Informing themselves in con LEADING PHYSICIANS FAVOR TRANSFER PLAN Members of Medical College Faculty, However, Oppose Acquisition of Memorial by City as a Free Hospital. Enthusiastic approval of tho plan for acquisition of the Memorial Hos? pital by the city is given by many leading: physicians of Richmond and by many members of the City Council, though a few members of the faculty of the Medical College of Virginia have expressed thu hope that the city will erect Its own hospltul, and that the Memorial will continue to be operated as at present. The offer of the Memo-* rial board to the City Council to turn the Institution over to the city under certain conditions Is the outgrowth of long negotiations, and is largely the work of Chairman H. R. Pollard, Jr., of the,Council Committee on Finance. Several years ago the City Hospital connected with the Almshouse was re? organized and placed under a volun? teer vLsltlng staff, under the leader? ship of Dr. George Ben Johnston, all of the physicians and surgeons giving their services to the poor of the city without compensation. At that time the step wus stated to be but an en? tering wedge toward a city hospital entirely divorced from the Almshouse. As a further move in that direction, the medical staff has recently recom? mended the establishment of a train? ing school for nurses at the City Home Hospital. Hotr It Came About. Some months ago the medical staff brought the need for u separate pub? lic hospital, not connected with the Almshouse, to the attention of the Committee on Relief of the Poor, which, after debate, unanimously rec? ommended to the Council that plans be prepared for suoh an institution. Later Dr. Charles R. Robins headed a committee from the Memorial Hospi? tal, which appeared before the Coun? cil Finance Committee, asking that tho city appropriation to the Memorial be Increased. Dr. Robins represented that the Me? morial was doing a large amount of charity work, having, in fact, more free beds than some hospitals in the city have beds In all. He stated that the inst'tutlon, while admirably equip? ped, had an Insufficient endowment, and could not longer continue its large free work without adequate sup? port. The Idea then occurred to Chairman Pollard that since the Me? morial had an ideal plant, which It confessed Itself as being hardly able financially to operate, and since the need for a public city hospital was ob? vious to all, that a mutual agreement! could be reached, and as far back as i last February he entered Into nego-1 tiations with E. L Bemlss and Eppa i Hunton. Jr., of tho Memorial board j which resulted In the formal offer transmitted to the Council on Monday night. Accident and Acute Cases. If the offer Is accepted, as seems a foregone conclusion, the hospital will be used for all acute cases arising from the Indigent of the city, and for ? all ambulance and emergency cases of whatever nature, thu hospital wing of j the Almshouse being continued fori chronic cises. tuborculosls and Incur-j able diseases. The ambulances would be operated directly from the Memorial, and all dispensary work, treatment of. the outdoor poor, and clinical work < would be from the city's central oos- j pital. At present the basement of tho j Memorial Is used for free treatment ofi colored people. It has been suggested that in tho event of tho Institution being acquired by tho city, adjoining property be condemned, with a view of erecting one or more wards for color? ed people, and offices for dlspensarlesj and other requirements of a puhllc I free hospital. A point of dlscdsslon among doctors and others Is whothcr any charge would Go made In the event that tho institution wero iralntulnod by the city, the concensus of optlllo.1 scent? ing to bo that those v/ho are able to pay should pay minimum fees, but thnt no one shoul.1 be turn-id away for h-.ck of means, and that the treatment in all cases shout) be the same, pay or free. This Is sa:J to bo tho rulo In the Henry Grady Hospital, main? tained by the city of Atlanta, and In many similar Institution? throughout the country. Admirably Arrmmed. j in answer to ?bj i'.tloitH that have been raised by thoso who suy that tho Memorial was .not doalgnci us a free hospital, thosj'familiar wiih the I bv.ildlng and Us uses say thai it Is admirably arranged, and could bo so used without any alternations what? ever. The partitions separating; tho private rooms are all so arranged that they can be removed us required, en? larging the number of wards. The. in? stitution was opened for patients Au? gust 1, 1903, and has since ranked as one of the tlrst grade hospitals of this country, drawing patients from many sections because of its admi? rable equipment. The present board of trustees is composed of John L. Williams, John skelton Williams, Fred E. Noltlng, 12. L. Bemlss. Colonel Wil? liam H. Palmer, William M, Habllston. E. 13. Addison. Egbert G. Leigh, Jr., L. M Williams, Henry C. Stuart, Lewis C. Williams, Charles Davenport, J j'm Rutherfoord, Wyndham R. Meredith, Judge Beverly T. Crump, Eppa Hun ton, Jr., Dr. Ennlon G. Williams, E. T. D. Myers, Jr., and Dr. George Ben Johnston. No objection can be raised to the clause in the offer requiring the city to assume the present debt of about $40,00u on the institution, as the institution will transfer to the city an Invested endowment exceeding $50,000. muinly the contribution of the principal founder, John L. Williams. The location Is central, convenient to all railway stations, and adjoining the civic centre surrounding the Cap? itol Square. The city has recently acquired the entire block between the Memorial Hospital and the City Hall for public purposes. Fireproof Construction. The construction is fireproof throughout, and of the most approved sanitary methods, the walls being of solid brick and malachite, with three inch Moors laid on Iron girders. Sound? proof walls prevent the transmission of noises from one ward to another. Electric passenger and freight eleva? tors are enclosed In brick shafts. The heating and ventilating plants are de? scribed as being of the most complete and scientific designs, the ma'n boil? ers being capable of curing for ln deflnite extensions, should additional wings be erected, while the kitchens and dining rooms and administration offices would suffice for an institution of four times the present capacity. The plumbing is modern and sanitary. Accommodates i in Patients. There Is an elaborate system of ven? tilation connected with every part of the' building, drawing tho vitiated air Into large dues with exits above the roof. There are at present thirty seven private rooms, all located in the Western wing, with accomadltions for forty-eight privutc patients. In the eastern wing there are six wards, w'th ninety-two beds, the administration building connecting the two wings, in this are located tile superintendent's offices, clerk's office, reception rooms and X-ray room. Diet kitchens are fully equipped on each floor. There are three operating rooms, two private and one surrounded by a largo clinical am phltreatro, for the use of medi? cal students. All have i-he much de? sired northern light, and are fully equipped and connected with surgeon's and norses' dressing rooms, sterilizing rooms and instrument rooms. ' The hospital laboratories are equip? ped with the latest appliances for making analyses and examinations of pathological conditions. an.! afford every aid to correct diagnosis. Com? plete equipment Is provided for elec? tric therapeutics. uni Hear Volunteer Stnff. The offer of the Memorial board Is hefore the Council, und at the meet? ing on Friday night will he referred to some conimltteo for consideration? either the Committee on Relief of the Poor or the Committee on Finance. The Committee on Relief of the Poor Is already on record as fnvoring a public city hospital, entirely separated from the Almshouse. and has a sub? committee at work on estimates of the annual cost of the maintenance of such an institution. It Is anticipated that when the matter is placed befora tho appropriate committee the views of tie volunteer staff of the present City Homo Hospital will be Invited, as those physicians, working without I compensation, and with the most meagre equipment, have worked won? ders In the Alrrtshouse wing assigned to them, and It la largely on their advice as to the needs of a general public hospital that the matter has come to the present Issue and that the l.beral offer of tho Memorial .board has been made. The Store of Quality The Schwarzschield store never saert? fices that dignity which should charac terize the store of "excellence." Schwarzschild Bros. nectlon with tho caso when It comes to a vote In the Senate. So great promises to bo tho attend, anco of these outside Senators that aj large hearing-room wll be procured, if possible, for the committee's ses? sions, to replace the present cramped quarters. It was largely to afford those Sen? ators an opportunity to attend tha bearings and because of tho commit? tee members wanting to remain hero In connection with other legislativ,) matters while Congress is in session that the committee decided to con? tinue its hearings In Washington In? stead of resuming them In Chicago, deferring that trip until probably In August. During the recent sessions the dally attendance has been so great that Senators who came to the hear? ing-room late had difficulty In getting good seats. ? John H. Marble and J. J Hoaly, at? torneys for the committee tasting ad? vantage of the recess, are searching for new evidence. Hundreds of lettera hsve been received by the committed suggesting new HneB of evidence, com? menting on the character of witnesses! already heard by tho committee, and giving advice generally. All theso communications have been turned over to the attorneys and anything that promises to he of value Is being In? vestigated. CHILDREN'S DAY T?-M0RR?w Thursday, July 6 Bring the children and receive a present. ZEYMOURSYCLE it won't hurt upu if uou Take - (pieman's guarantee for indigestion ^ Constipatlon^Dijspepsia A Liquid After Dinner Digestanf ASrt YOUR DRUGGIST Bathing Slippers Large assortment, high and low, aU I colors, 25c, 50c, 75c. Hose to Match. See that the above Trade Mark is on your Gas Range. Sold only by H. Grimmell's Sons 304 East Broad Street. Phone Mad. 2266. ' Save money and worry by using a Detroit Jewel Gas Range this summer. J?rgens' Adams and Broad Sts. J. B. Mosby & Co. Store closed all day to-day, July 4th. KITCHEN CABINETS are used by 400,000 housekeepers. Ryan, Smith & Co. Ask Grocers, Druggists Dealers for POMPEIAN lucca OLIVE OIL Genuine?Pure?Healthful excellent 'alarm clocks, $1 Guaranteed for one year. Smith & Webster, Inc. Jewelers?Opticians, 612 E. Main St. k - ? 1 ? ?-* Stimmer Prices on Furniture. Jones Bros. & Co., Inc. VHS East Main Street.