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SOUTHERN MAN
NEW MODERATOR
Rev. Mark Allison Mattheus ls
Honored by Presbyterian
General Assembly.
ELECTED ON FIRST BALLOT
Permanent Committee on Tem?
perance Makes Its Re?
port Public.
Louisville. K>\. May 16.?The modjr
storshlp. the highest honor in the gift
of the 121th General Assembly of the
Presbyterian Church In the United
states of America, in session here. \v -nt
on the first ballot late to-Jay to the
Rev. Mark Allison Matthews, D. D.? a
Southerner an?l pastor of the first
Presbyterian Church of Seattle, Wash
Out of a total of S05 votes rhst. Dr.
Matthews received IIS. Kbur hundred
and three were necessary to el* t.
Other nominees and the Votes iast for
them Were: The Rev. James ?1. K. Me
Clure. president of the MeCormlck The?
ological Seminary. Chicago, 167: the
Itev. Prank W. Sneed, I>. D., of Pitts?
burgh. 132, and tin- Rev. J. Frank
Smith. D. i>. of Dallas', Texas, 98,
Dr. Matthews was born at Cnlhoun,
<;.i.. In 1 XT. Ha was ordained In I8sl.
Jn the same year he built the first
Presbyterlau church in his homo town.
Me held pastorates In Dulton. 00., and
Jackson. Tenn., removing to Washing?
ton in 1902! His Seattle congregation
Is snid to be the largest Presbyterian
congregation in the world. I?r. Mat
them's, who is known as the "tall pine
? f the sierras." is six feet four In hes
tall and weighs less than ISO pounds.
election of the moderator overshad?
owed In Interest only the sermon .of
the r-tlrlntr moderator, the Rev. John V.
Carson, of Brooklyn, who declared that
the church Is a living, vital force; It',
has be.-n through the ngo? warning
that danger lies not In too little prac- '?
ticnl Christianity, but In neglect ol Its;
"spiritual functions." ?|
Consideration of th.? set report? of
fbe various boards and committees of
tli- assembly will come later In the
session, though the repirt of the per?
manent committee on temperance was
made public to-day. The committee
reports that the receipts for the year
were >ht> and the disburse snts $-*.',
Bill. More than 1,000 temperance meet?
ings have been held by representatives
?>r the committee in twenty-eight
states, nn l the equivalent of more than
""? 1.,000 pages ?f literature has been
distributed In connection v> 1th the year's
temperance campaign.
Of th.. consumption of liquors the re?
port says:
' Any statistics of the quantity of
liquor consumed during the fiscal year
ending June lip, 1011, available at this
time are subject to correction when
the computations of the Government
Bureau of Statistics ale completed. The
indications are that there has been a
slight Inerease in the consumption of
nil kinds of liquors during the past
year. The total per capita consump?
tion exactly equals that of inoT, which*
was the hiirhest in our history. The
argument that the more beer that is
used the less spirits will be eonsumed
Is by no means sustained by the facts.
? The urban districts which are tinder
license are increasing in population
much more rapidly than the rural dis?
tricts, which are chiefly under prohibi?
tion. Tlie drift of population is to?
wards the cities. This In part explains
You Need a
I No niattir how many other mu
I steal instruments you have In
I your home.
I Thc Vlctrola Is Indlspensaible
? k' you want the maximum tn
I tertainment.
Price $15 Up
N Payments to suit.
Walter D. Moses & Co.
10.1 Bast Urond Street.
I Oltlrnt Music House |n Yirtlaln
not! \ortti t'arolinn.
why the consumption of. liquor In
crcascs per capita while ut lh< sa no
time prohibition territory increases."
The committo renews its protest
tigalnst the project t? restore the sale
of beer at the army canteen, ami tinder
the caption, "is This Anarchy*" says:
"Recently the Presbyiirlun f mper
ence committee bad Mr. William E.
Johnson make ,? personal Investigation
of the army posts at Fortress Monroe.
In Virginia; Fort Leavenworth a:>d
Fort Rlley, In Kansas, and Fort P. A.
Russell. In \Vyoinlng. in every ..>n.? of
these places Mr. Johnson found beer
being sold In open defiance of the law
of Congress and the v ill of the peopled
He purchased samples of the beer and
had them analyzed by capable chemists,
whose certificates he holds, giving all
details as to the percentage of alcohol
contained, etc. In every instance th*
Percentage was larger than tue Inter?
nal Revenue Itureau permits to oe iold
without the payment of the beer tax.
and In S'Jino Instances It iwas several
times as large. Beer Is also op.-nly
sold at Fort Sheridan, near Chicago,
and no doubt In other places.
"This seems to be an attempt to
carry out the reported threat of tho
brewers?that th> recreation rooms,
gymnasiums, libraries, etc.. secured
by the temperance people from Con?
gress at a cost of several hundred
thousand dollars, would be turned Into
bear halls. Whoever is responsible for
these and other almost Incredible con?
ditions should he brought to justice."
Most of the nominal membership of
the assembly. POO, Is expected by to?
morrow, while members of corollary
organizations and visitors havj brought
the attendance already to about l'.5oa.
To-night tile Lord's Supper was cel?
ebrated.
CANADIAN FARMERS TO
SEE HOMEMADE TOOLS
Montreal. May 15.?A special train
of ten carloads of Canadian manu?
factures, chielly farming and grain
Implements, started from Montreal to?
day for un exhibition tour of Onta?
rio and the West. The project Is un?
der the direction of the Canada. Homo
Market Association, and its purpose la
to show the fanners of Western Can
| aela that t'andian manufactures are
fullv capable of holding the'r own
with any and all United State;; man?
ufactured articles. After spending a
day each in Ottawa. Toronto, Kort Wil?
liam and Port Arthur, the train will
begin a tour i tat will embrace iao
of the leari'ne. cities and towns of the
prairie provinces.
Want a Good Healthy
Stomach Free From Indigestion?
The Sooner You Get a Box of Mi-O-Na Stomach
Tablets the Quicker Gas, Sourness, Fermenta?
tion and Stomach Misery Will Vanish.
Get rid of, indigestion) dyspep
ga-tritis eU-'oatn;rh of the stomach,
whatever ?Iis your
stomach,
Take two Ml-n.
}.'A Stomach Tab
lets aiiter, or with. t'<? l/KrA
each meal, for a ?j.Jr'-X -/
week, and you'll be '-* V>^Y t} ??? ?
joyfully surprised
nt the gain In
hearth,
A t realm- n: of
Ml-O-NA Stoma
Tablets will cleat
up and rehoi a-e
the most disorderly
stomach.
They will drive
pimples and
blotches from the
skin and "bring brightr.esi to th*
?M3-OJN"A Stomach Tablets a.-e ?im
ply splendid for the man who > ill
drinks or smokes to ox<
mediately .ymovale the
.?-. They
stomach
and
banish dullness
from the brain. j
In eases of nerv.?)
exhaustion, sleep*
1 e ssi ne s s, li :t ii i
d r e a nif. night j
sweats, or any con- ,
dltlon that requires)
a restorative they
act with astonishing'
rapidity because
'they so quickly In.* I
crease the nutrition.
Druggists all over'
America sell MI-O
NA Stomach Tab. 1
lets for only .".is.- a
box. Hot a box to?
day. Keep some In
: t'n<i house, Carry some with you.
I Take th^'m with or after meals or tut!
' any time your stomach begins to rebel. '
R. L. Barnes Safe & LockCo., Inc.
Manufacturers and Dealers
Jn everything In Safes. Vaults ?nd Ilank Vault Fittings. Special Una
of Safes, standard fireproof, from 120 up. Old safes taken In part pay?
ment of new purchase. Sketches, catalogue* and prices cheerfully fur?
nished on the smallest to largest lt?rns.
R. T. LIPSCOMBE, Sales Manager,
0-11-13 South I'lgbth Street.
Itlehmond, Va,
BO SHEIK'S VEHICLES
Excel n Style, Workmanship -and Durability. Best for
the Money that can be Bought.
Runabouts, Phaetons, Surreys, Buggies
and Frazier Carts
Finest Assortment in the City.
THE BEST
AUTOMOBILE, CARRIAGE AND WAGON REPAIRING
AND REPAINTING.
R. H. BOSHER'S SONS
15 South Ninth Street.
Whirlwind Church Campaign
Will Start With hour
Thousand Workers.
jINETEEN CITY DISTRICTS
All Denominations Join in iiig
Movement to Secure Re?
ligious Figures.
All creeds and colors will Join forces
n Tu?sduy, May 2s. for the sfentcst
undenominational religious campaign
vor undertoKen in the city of Rich
? i inl. in ihe slv rt time of t>vu hours,
ram a to 5 o'clock. 1.000 workers v. Ill
.ike the religious census of Richmond's
Ovulation in a purely undeliomlnatlon
. manner.
i he object of "Visitation Day." as
May 28 will us called. Is to give a
printed Invitation to every person in
the city to attend the Sunday school
anJ church of Individual choice nnd to
secure a record of the church er
c-nee of every Individual, to he giv;n to
the pastor, priest or rabbi, as preftried.
The census p'.an Is In no sense a de?
nominational scheine: there will \>; no
; : selytlng and no unseemly tittempi
to pry Into the private affairs of the
aple. U is an effort, promoted by
all creeds and denominations in union.
visit every home In thc city on
thc same day. for the purpose of brlnx
the churches in closer touch with
people. "Visitation Day'' is being
promoted by the Richmond City De?
partment of t'ue Virginia and Interna?
tional Sunday School Association, with
the co-op.M-ation of the Protestant,
Catholic and Jewish Sunday schools
churches and synagogues, Mln'sterlsl
As? elation. Knights of Columbus, St
Vincent de Paul Society. Young Men's
Christian Association, Young Women's
Christian Association. Young People's
Societies, Men s Federated Bible Class?
es. Brotherhoods, Associated Charities,
lioclal workers, etc.
Nineteen Districts.
In ordri- to make this whirlwlnl
-ai.vass. the city will be divided into
ilneteen districts, each with super?
intendent. These districts will in
'.urn be subdivided among section j
supervisors wiio will each have a j
force of workers under his control. |
Wherever possible the census visits
will be made by two workers, of dlf- I
ferent demonlnatlons, who will not be'
assigned to a territory of more than j
one block. Usually two visitors can
visit fifteen homes an hour. As soon
as the visiting is completed the work?
ers turn over their cards to the super?
visors, who give them to committees j
made up of all demonlnatlons for
Lranscrlpt'on to block sheets for per- J
mancnt record and futurn work. Thc
records are then classified and turned j
over to thc various pa3tors, priests
and rabbis. 'No invidious denomina?
tional statistics are published.
Between the hours of 3 and 5
o'clock, it will be asked of evi ry mail, j
woman and ch'ld In Richmond, llrst, |
the name and occupation: second, the
chinch attended, if any; third, tho -t
denominational reference If no church i
Is attended. Where preference t>
some enurch or denomination la ex
pressed, the record card will be turn-I
over to the pastor, priest or rabbi, as |
the case may be; where there 's no1
preference expressed, duplicate carJs |
will be made and one given to every I
church, of very faith, in the particular |
section of the city.
Sunday morning. In the various
Sunday schools und churches of thc
city, tho call for census workers Will
be issued, and a tremondous response
Is anticipated, From his preliminary
work here, J. Shrevo Durham, super?
intendent Visitation for International
.Sunday School Association, believes
that there will be no difficulty in ob- '
talnlng the needed corps of visitors.
In Kansas City, there were 1.000 more !
oners of service than were needed.
Similar campaigns conducted by Mr
Durham, under the auspices of the
International Sunday School Associa?
tion, In Chicago. Philadelphia, Louis?
ville. Denver, Toronto. Oklahoma City
New Orleans and Kansas City have
demonstrated' the practical results
felt by all the churches of these
e'tles from the "Visitation Dny."
niK Oracnnlzatlons.
John Stewart Bryan Will be general
chairman of the visitation organlza
tlon. whll- John Garland Pollard
chairman of th-. central committee, i
The general superintendents are j.
Shrevo Durham. Thomas c. Dlgga and
R B. McG'U; ehaJrman districts, .r. Lud
Hill; ci-iairnian publicity committee, A.
R. IXplderby, Jr.; cha'rman visitors'
committee, Frank T, Crump.
The advisory and general commit?
tees ar. made up of the following*
men: j
Advisory Committee?John Stewart
Bryan, Bishop Collins Denny, Governor
William Hodges Mann. e:;-Governnr A.
J. Montague, Lloutenant-Oovernor J.
Taylor Ullyaon, Bishop Robert A. Gib?
son, Father J. B, O'ltellly, d. d.. Rabbi
Edward N. Callsch, Ph. D., John C.
'I..gran, Mayor D. C. Richardson, Rev.
W. J. Young, D. D., OHviT J. Sands,
A. W. Patterson, Rev. A. L Phillips,
1?. D., Rev. Joseph T. Watts. Ray
'-?rorfre F. Green. Rev. II. C. Coiiun,
Rev. John Moncure, Charles I:. <;uy.
fienerul C uiumlttce?Rev. Ryland
Knight, D O., Baptist: Father H, J.
McKtefrey, D.D.. CatftollC; J. J. Cr earn?
er, Knights o.' ColunrHbiia; A. J. Cava
naugh, St. Vincent De Paul Socletv;
Rev. H. D. r. M.i -iachlan. D. P.. Chris?
tisn; Rev. W. Russell Bowie. V. D?
Episcopal; Rev. O. Guthe, d. f>., Ger?
man Evangelical: Charles llutxlcr,
j President synagor<it.; Rev. J. J. Seher
j cr, Jr.. D. D.. Ltrtheran: "Rev. Frank L
Wells, d. d., Methodist Episcopal,
South; Rev. D. Clay Lilly, D. D? I res -
bytcrlan; Rev. W. J. Young, D. D.,
Ministerial Association; Judge lamest
II. Wells. Men's Bible Class Federa?
tion; II. M. Starke, Haivaca and Phila
the.? Classes; S K. MoK ee, Y. M. C. A.;
Miss Cath rlne Hawes, Y. W. C. A.:
Rev. W. T Johnson, D. 1)., Baptist
(colored); Rev. c< I?. Somers, Episco?
pal (colored i: Rev. S S Morris. B D .
Methodist (colored): Rev. Scott C. Bur
reli; II. P.. V M. C. A. I colored).
Will Meet at Alexandria.
(Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Alexandria. Va.. May 1C.?The State
, Council of Daughters of Liberty will
j hold its annual session in Alexandria
May 28-20 next. During their stay
i here the delegates will bo entertained
by Friendship Council, Daughters of
Liberty, this city.
Commits Satclde.
[Special to The Time?, Dispatch.)
Heallisv'llc. Va.. May I?.?Everartl
1 Dobbyna. of Cherry Point, shot him
j self, dying almost Instantly. at an
I early hour yesterday morning. Tliere
' was no known cause for the sulcldu.
You Are Invited!
Many bakeries in New York, Chicago and other
cities are being condemned by health officers as unclean
and unsanitary. How often do you inspect your bakery?
Our two-million-dollar, sunlit bakery is your bakery
when you eat
redded Wheat Biscuit
the cleanest, purest, best of all cereal foods. YOU are
invited to come and see it. Over a hundred thousand
persons visit "The Home of Shredded Wheat" every year
Government inspection is good, but public inspection is
better. Every detail in the process of making Shredded
Wheat is open to the public. Nothing so wholesome and
delicious for breakfast as Shredded Wheat Biscuit served
with berries or other fresh fruits
Heat the Biscuit In oven to restore crispness, then cover
with berries and pour over it milk or cream. Sweeten
to suit the taste.
GRADUATES AND HONOR MEN
AT MECHANICS' INSTITUTE
Dr. Lyon G. Tyler Delivers Commencement Ad?
dress?RobertBiuford Wins "Lou-Mor"
Medal for General Kxcellence and
tertect Atter dance.
President I^yon O. Tyler, or William
and Mary College, delivered 134? ad?
dress to Aha graduates at the com?
mencement cxcrcir .- of the Vtrglnla
Mechanics' Institute las; night. Ills
speech :or the mo.-t part was advice
to young men beginning to mak : tlieir
way In * Uhe world. President Tyler
warned th?m against the pitfalls of
egotism, Individuality and mendacity,
caliing to mind many historical char?
acters to Illustrate his _})<?'.nts. He wa
Introduced by B. Rand. Wellford.
The speech to th; medalists and the
delivery, of m dais. In token of excel?
lence in various departments, wn.?
made by Owrton Howard. The diplo?
mas were delivered by Superintendent
Krank w. Duke. After t'Jua exercises
the wollt sthops, laboraitorles and draw?
ing rooms, containing work of the
students, were opened for the insper
tion of th ? public. The exhUMt was
unusually complete and !r.-*e re sting.
I)i pi11inii? to firudiiatrN.
Electricity?Robert Bluford, Clarence
A Bryce, .Tr.. Keeling H. Slsson, Fox
hall Parker Thornton.
Mechanical Drawing?Robert Blu?
ford.
Physics?Robert Bluford, Keeling H.
Elsson. Clarence A. Bryce. Jr.
Bookkeeping?M it Ion St. Claire Al?
len. Preston Edwards Taylor, William
Warren Walthall.
Chemistry?Albert Nixon Thistle,
John Thomas Kernodlc.
Medalists,
"tiOU-Mor" medal, general excellence
and perfect attendance, Robert Blu?
ford; "Cltewnlng" medal, architectural
design and general improvement. Jos?
eph Franklin Hlckmap: "Addle Cole"
medal, excellence in electricity, Keel?
ing H. Slsson; "Elisabeth Hall" medal,
excellence in telegraphy, Charles E.
Brauer. Jr.
First Ho"or?.
Arithmetic A I, Harry Ivo Jones;
arithmetic A -. William Charles Oslin;
The quick, sure relief for all stomach
distress af'er tatlng. Prevents indi?
gestion if tnken rljrht after meals. Ask
your druKBlst I,ar?e bottle. 60c.
? laSBBSBSBBI
? Growing Old
Gracefully 7^
Galeski Eye Classes
*-\ do not, accentuate
1 age, because they
ore VOUNC LOOK'
inc. Bulthey do|
give ail the comfort* of spectacles.
They are light, simply constructed,
land can be adjusted t*o fit. you
a perfectly. }
? Let us explain these Eye-Classes ?
(personally
i TheS.
I -
S Main and
J^?th Sts.
arithmetic B 1. Norval Christian:
.1 rithmotic U S, John Howard Davis;
arithmetic B .:. Hurry Until Eohtnan;
arithmetic c 1, Henry Floyd Whltton;
arithmetic C -'. John Ernest Payne;
algebra A 1, Timothy Francis Sullivan;
algebra A 2. Otorgi! N. Condylcs;
algebra b. Allan 11. Lane; geometry
A. Arthur Augustus Lcath; geometry
B. Allan H. Unc; geometry special,
I Horace F. Sharp*; trigonometry.
George N". Condylcs; analytical geome?
try, James F. Su other; bookkeeping A.
James Arthur Marvin; bookkeeping i;.
Marlon St. Cla<re Allen; free hand I
drawing A. Preston b. Gayle; free
hand drawing b. Jackson F. Chlldrcy:
fret hand ?Iruwlng C. Kobort Edward j
Moser; instrumental drxiwlng 1,1
Charles Ellis Stone; instrumental I
drawing 2. Macon H. Coleman. Jr;
I Instrumental drawing 3. Frank R. I
Bialkowsk'; Instrumental drawing \, ?
I Bernard E. Patterson; architectural ]
drawing A. Arthur U High, Carl M. |
Inder; architectural drawing El. j
?oseph E. Christian; mechanical draw*
ng l. Reuben L*e Vernier, Frank B.
Xetherland; mechanical drawing 2.
Horace Gardner, Allan H. Lane; esti
mtlng. George Klrby Brooks. Joseph
Sdward Christian, Joseph Franklin
rflckinan, Adolph W. Sanderson; chcrn- ;
stry A, Overton S Woodward; chem- I
.stry U, Albert X. Thistle; physics A. |
?I. Frank Jones; physics b, Keeling H.i
?'sson; clectr'clty A, Paul Kmlcclnski; ]
'lcctrlcity C, Keeling II. Slsson;
electricity B., J. Frank Jones:
English A. George Elnwood Dickey;
English B. Henry Floyd Whltton;
oabinetmaklng shop. Otto Julius Hcl
ter: wood pattern shop, Chester Frank
McDonald; blacksmith and forging
I *hop, Thomas c. Woodson; machine
*hop, otto Crltz; nutomol.ile I. Henry
Kendall King; automobile n. Eilburn
IV. Reams. Jr.; telegraphy, Charles E.
Brauer; Jr.. plumbing, Edward G. i
I'rlddy.
Second Honors.
Arithmetic Al, Thomas Evan? Cock- '
er: Arithmetic. a2, Fountain Conrad
Oliver; Arithmetic Bl, Fred D. Wil?
liams; Arithmetic b2, Eugen.-? Massle
A. P.-ay; Arithmetic b3, ixiiiis Oscar
Eohmrnin: Arithmetic Cl, G. Ediwin
! Boos; Arithmetic c2. Timothy F. Sul?
livan: Algebra AI, Henry Floyd Whlt?
ton, Charles Eldrldgie Munlook; Alge
I !>ra A?. Frank Ross; Algehra B. Or?
lando 0. A.Vhworth; Geometry A, James
R. Stover: Trigonometry, Keeling H.
Slsson;' Bookkeeping A, .Tameg Ford
Mayer; Bookkeeping B, Preston Ed
I wards Taylor, William Warren Wal
i thall; Free Hand Drawing A, John M.
Oersley; Free. Hand Drawing B, Alex?
ander Sharovc, Ctrl Baabe; Free Hand
Drawing O, Porlcleft Lapaut; Instrtt
mental Drawing 1. Alexander Sharnv?:
Instrumental Drawing Francis Tim
mln8; Instrumental Drawing 3. Donald
Tucker; Instrumental Dra,wtng 4.
I Tynls Ervin; Architectural A. Silas 13.
Hotchklss; Architectural B, Adolph W.
Sanderson: Mechanical 1. Waters C.
Northum: Morbanlc-ul 2 (special men?
tion!, John W. Russell, Robert W.
Stone; Chemistry A, Sidney R. Clay;
Chemistry B. John Thomas Kernodl,;;
PhysiC3 A, Orlando O. Ashwopth: Elec
| trlclly A, Maurice L. Hutzlrr. John B.
i Deanheant; Electricity B, Maurice E.
I Hutzler; Elcotrlr'ty C. Rob'rt Bh?
I ford; English A. Edward It Mngmider;
English B, Vustlno Prager; Oblnet
making. Francis Tlmmlns, W'Ultam Jo?
seph Kenveney: Patternmaking, Waters
i C. Nonthan; Machine Shop, Samuel Er
j nost Bugby: A.utofn'o-tilic T., Otto Critz;
Automobile. TT., John ArnVhrec.'ht; Teleg
I grnphy. Gcopgn Tfard't; Plumbing.
I Charles Edward Mannlon, Ed-win M"c
I Carthy Dunnnvanl. ?
Other* Promoted.
Arithmetic A T, Floyd Cersley. Ceo.
T,. Dickey, Benlel High, Henry F. Jan?
sen, Joseph N. Klobort. Edward H.
jMagruHor, Edward I,. Welsh, Archie E.
Wilkinson.
.Arithmetic A 2, Stanley Hodges,
Marloti J. Mahono. Richard C. E. Man
cure.' Gustavo A. Sacks.
Arithmetic Special. Edward T. F.
Cocker. John W. EMI*. William T
Gerber. Harry Ilardlnn.
Arithmetic B l, L. E. Tucker. Henry
Trcrner.
Arithmetic B 2. Maurice J. Blnn.
Kussoll S. Engle. Ernest C. Murray,
Italph Myrtle. Frank R. Nicholson.
Arithmetic B ?. Rudolph T. Coutts.
Horace Gardner, Richard B. Haller.
Louis L Lumpkln. Gravatt St. John
Longest, Jr., Bin wood K. W.ildrop,
Raymond H. Woodall. Benjamin G.
Wright.
Arithmetic O X. Ralph M. Angell.
Samuel E. Bagby, Morris Barrett. Jr..
Alfred Li, Cooke. Omero Cipriani, Uw(ll
M. llulianil, John G. Ingersoll. Carlton
II. Jenkins. Robert S. Neal. Charles E.
McEwen, Daniel J. Sheehan.
Algebra A S, Overton S. Woodward.
Algebra B. Arthur C. Holt man, Carl
M. Llndntr.
Geometry A. John B. Dearhart. Wil?
liam A. McCarthy. Henry J. Muller.
Paul Kmleclnskl. Albert N. Thistle.
Frank C. Ware. Overton 6. Woodward.
Elton A. Rateltffe.
Geometry B. Maron H. Coleman.
Trigonometry, Rohert Bluford, Clar
ence A. Bryce, Jr., Richard E. Elmorc.
F. Parker Thornton.
Bookkeeping A, Ryiand J. Bur?
roughs. Preston B. Gayle, Bernard N.
Helfert, Danlei K. Seibert.
Free Hand Drawing, Robert Bluford.
Eugene If. Brooks, William Thomas
Davis, Percy G. Fletcher. Kills Gayle,
William G. Hammock, George C. Jos?
eph, William J. Keaveney, Camlllua H
Kennedy, James S, Patterson. Jr.. Eu
gene M. A. Pi ay, Edward M. Sander?
son. Charles T. Timmons, Henry E,
Walker, John J. Woody.
Instrumental Drawing, No. 1?Harry
Harding, John A. Henggeler, Karl T.
Ingram. Charles E. Murdook, William
J. Ready, Robert O. Todd. Alfred D.
Withers, Raymond 1L Woodall.
Instrumental Drawing. No. 2?Wil?
liam A. Brennan. Jr.. R. William Clary,
Macon H. Ooloman. Jr.. IjouI.? A. Cor
bett, WllPam W. Bnos, John J. Fisher.
Georgj IL Ma'.lory. Walford I* Mays.
EU'.s H. Peay. Walker Pockllnn-ton,
Jesse Howard Smith, Hunter T. Wag?
ner.
Instrumental Drawing. No. n?Har?
vey R. Cunningham. Marion S. Dim
mock. Chester F. McDonald, Henry J.
Mull. ? r. Charles F. Nicholson, Gustavo
A. Sacks. Jame? F. Strother.
Instrumental Drawing, No. 4?Mar?
ion B. Sanders, Raphael P. Oetere. Mil?
ton T. Bagby.
Architectural Drawing A?Pe.rcy G.
Fletcher. Arthur A- Loath, Ralph Myr?
tle, Thomas E. Seay. William H. Prin?
gle.
Mecbar.'cal Drawing, No. 1?'Morris
Barret, Jr., Benjamin K. Chappell, Em
m.tt B. Davenport. Tuekerman C.
Fuqua, Vlrginlus IT. Johnson, James
, R. Stover. John -V Sullivan, Thomas C.
We or! son.
I Mechanical Drawing. No. 2?Thomas
i ________
J. Avery, Carl'slo W. Francis, E. Crow*
Fabor. Walter I-. Krug, John T. Ker
tiadle, Aubrey O. Siegle.
Chomlatry?Bertram J. Sherry.
Physics A?Perclval IL Beavers, Ru?
dolph De-gcn, Charles S. M-iKendree,
Jatnes W. Richards. Frank Ross. Hor-t
ace F. Sharpe. Henry F. Whltton.
Henry C. Woody.
Electricity A?Horace B. El?, Ash
by B. Carter. Rudolph Deg'n. Arthur.
C. Holt-man. Cnrlton H. Jer.k'ns, John
H. Osnourr.e. Robert W. Stone, Jarno?
R Stover. Gostav R. Wlesner.
Kleotrlclty B?'Rudolph Hegen.
Electricity C?Henry L> Cudllpp.
Henry J. M?ller.
Engl 1th A?Maurice J. Blr.r, Jam's
W. O'Cohnell, Ix>u'.s T. Purdy, Morrl <
Schoenbaum. Blaney E. Turr.age
English B?,Wi?l E. Bagby, Hora
Cardner, Robert W. Johnson. Roher*.
Shaughnessy, E'.nwood K Waldrop,
Franklin Worsham. Benjamin 0
Wright.
Cabin.-tmaklng?WlllarC J. Ounn,
John A. Henggcler. Preston Gayle,
.larr/s Frank Hayward. Reginald
Munn.
Pattemmaklng?Joseph Klebert.
I Machine shop?Charles Udrlet. 'Wll
j Ham T. Boaze.
Plumbing?Clinton C. Starke, Julius
iC. Bossman. Thomas L, Whalon. Vlrgla
j H. Halla-Aay.
Automobile I.?Archibald B Curd,
? Georg? N. C^ndyles. Manfred Call,
j George A. Culton. Mickel J. Colavlla.
j Loul? A. Corbett. Jesse C. Duke, Otto
j A. Flnkc, George W. Hunter, Wilbur F.
I Hobart, Rupert J. Krug. E. Vivian
i Phllpotts.
j Automobile II.?John Degen. Robert
Parish, Moses Goldln. Ernest Backs.
'' Telegraphy?Wilfred E. Bagby. Henry
C. Blerseh. fearing T. Dashlell. Harvey
Lee Granger, Jr., Robert H. L>acv,
John LaTouche, Jr.. Ferdinand llubardt.
Attendance Becord.
List of those who have not missed a
night during the session of 1911-12:
John Armbrecht. Maurice J. Binn,
Thomas E. Blnn. Robert Bluford. Fred
G. Brittle. Eugene H. Brook?. Benja?
min K. Chappell, Boben v. Farlsh,
Horace Gardner. J. F. Hayward. Ber?
nard X. Helfert. Robert W. Johnson,
Paul Kmleclnski. James A. Marvin,
James F. Moyer, Raphael P. Outers,
.Tames R. Stovr, Timothy F. Sullivan,
Thomas E. Talley. Preston E. Taylor,
Ervln Tynis, tlustav B. WJesner, Per?
icles Zapant, Henry Kendall King,
Robert J. Krug, Ryland J. Burroughs,
Mlckee J. Colavita.
Children Cry
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Now York Green Gage Plums,largo
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Host Granulated Sugar, lb.5'/i?
Wood's Beat N. C. Hoe Herring.
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Washington Corn Flakes, pkg.8c
3 packages Post Toastics.25c
Winner Brand Finest Condensed
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Best quality 1-lb. cans Corned Beef
Hash, can. 15c
Brookdale California Lemon Cling
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Pocahontas Early June Sifted Peas,
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old Medal Flour, 39c bag; barrel.$6.20
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Good Salt Pork. 10c
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large cans.15c
Good Green or Mixed Tea, lb.30c
Smithfield Country Hams, lb.18c
Va. Pride Coffee, fresh roasted,
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California Canned Asparagus, can,
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Quart Mason Jars Queen Olives.40c
5-lb pails Homc-Madc Preserves.35c
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New Seeded Raisins, lb. pkg.9c
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44c bag; per barrel.$7.10
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mixture, 1-lb. cans, 30c; 5-lb. cans $1.40
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Smoked California Hams, lb.12c
Good Creamery Butter, per lb.32c
Absolutely Pure Leaf Lard, lb.14c
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