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FOR HARD LABOR Pn Monday He Will Plunge Into Political Prob? lems. CHAIRMANSHIP NOT SETTLED Barnes and Hilles in Lead for Place, With Latter Favored bv President. [Special to The TlmeB^Dispatch,] Washington, July 6.?-Interest in Re? publican politics bow centres in the re-turn of I I - raft to tho Whlta House Monday from his Fourth of July golf outing at Beverly, when pre? liminary plans for the campaign will he outlined. Th't President will de? vote the ".mire day tu politics in con? nection with his conference that .morn? ing with the special sul committee of r.me, of the national committee, who were appointed at the Chicago con? vention for that purpose. The com? mittee U expected to reach a decision ?with the President as to thy chair n. inshlp of tile committee, and tho time (and place of notifying the Pres? ident of hid ri-nomination. The President has decided lo rc-' celVe the iintiucation in Washington about August 1. It is not yet deter? mined hew much speaking and travel-, lng the President will do In Hits cum* palgn. So far as could be learned to-d?.y, It] It not >et definitely decided whether Secretary Hilles or William Barnes, Jr., shall bo chairman of tin national) committee. i The President Is said to be favor-1 alle to Hilles Regardless of the identity of th?- committee's chairman, it is understood to b-- int plan to have a "general staff" or 'strategy bond.' tho members of which will meet the President often. After deviating his entire day to political conferences the President w'U have tho subcommittee and a number of other -at dinners with him, to bo followod br a reception to whtoh every Republican politician who Is In "Washington or nearby is being Invit? ed. Barnes Mill not dlicuas It. Xew York. July 6.?Wm. Barnes, Jr.. I chaJr-ian of the Republican Si ate com- j mitt .. was at tho States heudquu.rters I hero to-day, and said be would meet | the President in Washington on Monday. It is believed that at that ! time the President will discuss with | him the advisability of his being j elected chairman of the Republican I National Committee. Barnes positive- ' ly refused to dlscups his appointment j with, the President or the rumors that his selection hud been forced on the i President by old line leaders who re? fused to consent to the elevation to | The position of campaign manager of | ChasJ. D. Hilles, secretory to tho j President WIFE'S WEALTH A FICTION, ! SAYS GUSTAVE MANTHER Claim? ?3,000. Her lure to Mntrl mony, Couslntcd of Children mi a 1,000 Puch. Washington. July 6.?An advertise? ment thai ?'. widow with J3.ni.iO wanted a husband attracted the attention of Gustave A Manther while he was employed In the navy yard In 1005. j Manther opiined up a correspondence i with the advertiser, and as a sequel, they were married Fobruay ;s, J90?. i Manther snys he discovered after the | marriage that the $11,000 was fepre- j rented by three children, each valued! by the mother at $1,000. Ho was dls-| appointed, he states', and having lost] his position In tlVo navy yard he drift ed to Newpori, R. I . leaving hi-? wife.1 fend her children In Washington. Mrs. Manther, ndf. taking kindly to i the departure of h.-r llll/band, elicited | the aid of Assistant Untied States , Attorney Harvey Given and an Inflict- j rrier.t fo- nonsuppori was procured fegalnst Manther nr.ri he was brought . to thla city freW Newport, whore he was In a hosydta-T! ' When arraigned before Justice An? derson, Manther tpld Ids story of the advertisement and Its consequences, and through Attorneys M, E. Crlen and Is". ?'' Turnage prevailed on the court to release him on probation, lie agreed to scr.J 5? per week to his ?wife an I Was allowed to return to Newport, with dlrx-tlons to report regularly to Captain Porter, the pro? bation office. To get. the lightest possible weight without overdoing or underdoing it was our object. To make a 6uit that would stand up, hold its shape under these conditions was a problem, iutt our skilled artisan tailors tackled it and we'd like you to judge ol the results. The ma? terial is worsted and cashmere in light grays,or that new blue mixture; the coat lined across the shoulders only. Prices, $10 to $23. Something exclusive. Suits mnde up of imported Spanish and Creole linens?in Norfolk or plain coat styles. We hod to goto New Orleans to get them, but they're here and takingxhke hot cakes I Prices, $0 to $13. Dolors you plan your trip, make a trip to this storo etna see the number of miles you can travel on tho monoy attvod by buying your baggage here. Both men and women's styles. Wo draw from the several leading factories for our sup? plies?not one only. Our soiling facilities give us another decided advantage in making low prices. Examine, compare?we in? vite it. Everything carries tho usual Berry guarantee of perfect salislaction or money back ! All-leather bags, $2.BO up. All-lenther, full sizo, hand? somely finished and trimmed suit cases, $3. Touring trunks, all strongly made and brass trimmed, $5 upward. Wardrobe trunks, $20 to $63. ^r^(llMIIHIl*'*~ff'ff"'i"1 . j "-?r'??" ACTOR AND WIFE IN STORMY SCENE Raymond Hitchcock Says It Wai All Over Sale of Herd of Cows. New Tork. July 6.?Raymond Hitch cock and his wife. Flora Zubelle. la her stage name, hud a briet squabble to-day in front of the btuuroom which his wife and her father engugod on the Hamburg-American Line Moltke. which sailed to-duy from Ho-1 boken for Mediterranean ports. The squabble was further augmented by t the appearance of u person that all! hands called Charit?. From the words that flew for a lime rpectators gather? ed that not ouly did Mr. Hitchcock want Miss Zabcllo to sign papers, which he hud brought along to the ship with a law>er. but ho strenuously! objected to Charlie sailing on the Moltke or lagging around after Miss Zabelle, Matters were further compli? cated by the untimely arrival of Charlie himself with two suit cases. Hu and Mr. Hitchcock started right In without further words to get mussy, j but wer? pulled apart. When the men were parted Mr Hitchcock fumbled In his coal pocket end unearthed some legul documents.; v hlch he wanted his wife to sign. "I'd sign almost anything.'' sighed Miss Zabelle, In relief, "to be rid of him." Meanwhile the somewhilt ruffled Charlie with many gestures explained t : the circle of gaping onlookers that it Waa ?11 a mistake about his being there. He thereupon gracefully with? drew from the scene. Ho balled, how? ever, when the Moltke did. Mr. Hitchcock and his luwyers took a taxlcab for the Lambs' Club. "When seen thts evening Mr. Hitch cork said: "My w'fe. Flora Zabeile. and her father and some cousins were sailing for a visit In their hold homo, Con? stantinople Hhe bad given me power of attorney to teil our farm at Lud InglonviUe, N. Y. Aiter she hud left for the steamer 1 remembered that out herd of Holsteins c??ld not be dis? posed of without Mrs. Hltohcock's signature. So 1 got my lawyer, \\ il llam WeekB. and we. hurried to tho pier to get her signature to a power of attorney so 1 could sell tho cows." Hf said Charlie was his wife's cousin, <nd lie wanted to tell him why he failed to keep an appointment with |hlin tho night before. Harrow May Take own Cnxe. Los Angeles, Cal.. July 6.?Clarence |(3. Darrow, on triai for Jury bribing, I will be prepared to take charge of hia I own case In lho event Chief Counsel I Karl Rogers has not recovered from I hin Illness when the trial is resumed Monday morning. The defense expects I to be-;in the presentation of 1t? case Tuesday morning. Ladies1 Bathing Slippers; 25c to 75c. Ladies1 White Pumps, $1.00 to $3.00. 200 pairs Ladies' Pumps, a few pairs of a kind, S3.00 QP and $3.50 values; special. JiiC i Tan and GunmetaJ Pumps. J00 pairs Children's and Mines' Velvet Pumps, *7Q SI.50 to $2.00 \v,li!f!s: special. iUC Men1 . White Canvas und Buckskin Oxfords, ?2.00 to S4.00. Cut Prices on Trunks and Bags $5.00 Trunk, special. S3*S3 Sole Leather Pull Dress Cases and Bags, $7.00 <J> A values; special.-. Full Dress Case and Bac;s. made of lapanese straw, QQ $1.50 value; special.*. ?7?C Automatic Tray Trunk, brass trimmed,. made QfZ A/J for hard usa^e, $.10.00 value; special. tPUot/T' N. W. Corner Third and Broad Dispute Over Measure of Hay Responsible for Death of J. B. Brooks. (Special to The. Times-Dispatch 1 Danville. Viu, July 6.?A quarrel originating over a measure of hay Is : responsible for the death of J. B. j Krooks. a white tnun, aged fifty years, | and stableman for the American To baco Company, who became engaged in a deadly struggle With \V, ?.*. Cooper, an employe of that company, at 10 o'clock to-night. How the affra) started Is not known, but It Is under? stood that Cooper used, foul language to I Brooks, who seized an Iron Implement! and struck Cooper upon the head, j causing a dreadful gash. Cooper theii drew a knife and closed with Brooks, ', ??uttlng him several times about the J face, and finally succeeded In severing his Jugular vein. Brooks started to his i home, dripping with blood, fell by the j wayside, and was found by frlendr. who carried him to his son-in-law's home, lb short distance away, where he expired la short while after the physician rei-lu d him. : Cooper was found lying upon the! stable floor In a drunken stupor by the j ! police, und was carried to a physician.; who dressed his wounds After this i j he was taketi to the Jnll, where he how I rerts. oblivious of the charge of mur? aler which is against him. Brooks leaves a wife and seven chll- ' dreu. He bore a good character and I had been employed about seven years |as stableman or the American Tobacco lompany. Sherman rakes liest Cure. Vtlra. N V.. July ?.?Vice-President Phar. man by the direction of his physician Is takliiK a three weeks' rftt cur? at his home in this elty, and m-eonlinK to ft statement by his secretary to-n'.k'M. he U rapidly ic (.aliittut !<:? health. The mp-.rts that the Vice-President ts In an alarming- condition of 111 health, Bufferlnt; from nervous prop- i traten arid other serious ailments, Ar? un? founded. .THE WEATHER. Forecast! For Virginia ? Pair Sundoj and prnbahlj Monday, Cor the Carolina*? lineal showers Suudnyi Monday, generally fair. Special Local Hutu for Veatcrdity. I 12 noon temperature . ss S P. M. temperature . ,st> Maximum temperature up to s P. M. 87 Minimum temperature up to S I P. M. S5 ! Mean temperature . 71 Normal temperature . 7:> Deficiency In t cm port tu re . S , Deficiency in temperature since i March 1 . lie Accum, deficiency In temperature since January 1 . 517 Excess In rainfall Sine? March 1. 2.0a ! Accum, excess in rainfall slncc Janttary i . 2iiS l,mill OltnervntIon ?> P. !H. Yesterday. 1 ehiperattire . 79 Humidity . 61 i Wind, direction .. w.8 E 1 w t rid; velol liy . * i Weather .Clear CONDITIONS iv niPOIlTANT OITlTSiS (At s P. M. Eastern Standard Time.) II Place. Ther. H. T. UT. Weather. ? ? - Charleston .. ' Chicago . Denver . 1 lal\ ? -'On . . . Hatteras .... lla< ksonv'lle.. Kansas CItv.. : Louisville I Montgomery.. I New Orleans. New York Oklahoma .. . Pittsburgh . . I Raleigh . St Louis .... I ,<t paul. San Franc I for. 6aVannah ... Spokane . Kampa . v'. hlngrton., Winnipeg ... !>11N) I i i nt ? t.M A v <. ( July 7. 1312. HIGH TIDE Sun rises,... -i.r.7 ' Morning..,. 9:33 1.'"? " ? ' " ' rCoo iiiifc j:or Cbicoiuranoif y('m"s\X\:~o^K im; a ft i tORS Bpw*A gon and harness, cheap. Monroe 3651 ; :. n: K?ht Mar: na'.l. _ , STnTsALli. "ONE" ktv'!:'-~'HAli;. bar". her shop arid pool room; reason for selling, engaged 'n another businns*. Apply JOSEPH QQLD, Hampton, v.i. ! L?ST, BET V. El N T H! P. V-.' - FOt' RT11 Street and Forest Hill Park; an old Crr.e gold bracilet. Reward. Call Moi.ioo till'3, Fifty Passengers on the South? ern More or Less Seri? ously Hurt. ACCIDENT AT GREENSBORO; Passenger Train Collides Head On With Freight Engine. [.Special to The Timcs-DUpatch.] Greensboro, Is'. C, July 6.?Fifty pas Bengera wore injured and Engineer ; Thomas C. Beach rece'ved Injuries which resulted In Iiis death at mid night, this afternoon when Southern passenger train No. 36. fiom Atlanta to Washington, collided head-on with a freight train headed t?.uth on the 1 local yards at 3:40 o'clock. Tho engine to tho passenger train j ran into an open switch, the reapon slblltty for which has not been de- I term!lied, and before Engineer Beach 1 could bring his train to u stop it :rai Led Into a freight pulling a long string of empty refrigerator cars south. The freight was at a. stand- i utill when the crash came. It is said that Engineer Beach dls- j regarded danger signals I'om a nearby tower ~nd that the operator of the j switch v us unable to throw It so us to keep the passenger engine on the i northbound track because the freight engine wa*i standing insl.ie the ewitch ? bar. It *s claimed that tlio engineer ', of the freight had been given the ! switch that he might cross the north? bound track preparatory to going into j the yards to s/Vlft. The news of the wreck was flashed to the local office with a request lor all the physicians in tor n In a few minutes hundreds of automobiles and i veh'cles of every character wore rush Ing recklessly to the scene, less than : 0 mile from the passenger station. Tho more seriously injured were carried to ' ??~t. Luke's Hospital, while physicians ; cared lor those whose Injur'es wer?.? ! not so serious on the sceno. The cars : all remained on the rail, the front ones : bear'na the brunt of tho 'mpact. I Among the more seriously injured J. M. Smull. conductor. Charlotte, N. C. rib broken and abrasion on his leg. j J. 13. Long, Atlanta, forehead cut ml slight centurion. ' link Scales, fireman on No. 34, legs anl bead bruised In Jumping. A. J. Houston, Beaumont, Texas, face cut nni nose possibly broken. A. K.. Joy, Hickory, .-.and brulsod. 8. D. Shelton, High Point, N. C. lip and face cut. P D Milb'jrij, Lumber ton, N C. low-er ; lip cut and neck sprained. Mr and Mrs B. C. Craven and daugh- , ter. Kitty. Danville. Va.. nil suffering j from bruises about body and nervous ? Isaac Deltlly, negro cook, Fertous j burns on face and arms. i ?' Springs, ticket collector, Char- j lone, arms and legs bruised W E Stone, Qroensboro, hurt In breast, probably Internally, w R Edmonds; High Point, N. C hip sprained. W. S. Diffee. Greensboro, leg and I Kio-e hrui led, Ed -S Goodmani Richmond, face cut j and neck strained. I Twenty other passengers suffered in- ? juries of a, minor nature Among the passengers on the train were E. P Llppencott, the Philadelphia publisher. Mrs. Charles M Kimmon, Raleigh, and j Mr. and Mrs. j, J. Mackay. Raleigh. Engineer Beach w-as tho oldest engl- I hcer in point of Service on this -livlsion. I having1 been at n,e throttle for thirty- i two years with-tit a break. To-day's I i . bleut wag his Itr'ajt wreck. lie was One of two engineers on this division j who have been honored by tho company through the engraving of his name on the cylinder of his engine. A peouiiar coincidence waa that the engine to the. freight. No. 1213, wag 'the one discarded by Engineer Beach a few months ago, when he was given ; No. 1311*. tho latest type of passenger locomotive :n use by the Southern. Pas I sen gor? on tho train later volnted with n Shudder to the "13" on cae'h engine. Superintendent Sheltori has made no official statement, saying that it would require d full Investigation to deter mine gerton I throw the switch and that the danger : :?! was out o.i the northbound track. Mr. Goodman, rr.^ntloned as being in? jured, is supops?d to be Edward 8. Goodman, trait', manager of the. Cham? ber of Commerce. He has been in Birmingham! Ala., for several days on bUalheas for tie- lu mber, and whs ex ! i-ected to reach this city either yes fterday afternoon or this morning. e b full .: '? e-stlgatlon to deter- j ? sponslblllty. Operator Kd ?i cut iris ? made an -effort to ! nr. i! - ?ut that et? h tri&n was working for Ilia ? 1 Ittle Secret." The Govern i was greatly amused vhe-n told that Mr, James "had a little ecrei to tell him on August 7." "So 1 understand,*' he said. 'I hear hat he is to make a speech telling ' ne that I havi been nominated. I sun iose i shall have to look surprised and my something about a little speech tornebody or ol ? t has written for me, IHd Ii ; them i ? the speech." y letter received from Lieutenant- 1 iovcronr H hols, of Ohio, who ?;np th< h ?? manager, -cad in "1 Wrltt t ongratulate you on your nominal fen for the presidency | : * issure : of the faithful sup- | port of all i a! friends of Gov ' It affords mt much satisfaction to be able ti? say at this time that as na tional mfinsfor of the Harmon cam- ! I '. r< lig! . ly refrained from mal:- | lng uso of the objectionable rnaterlnl that was given publicity from tlmo to ' time h>' yd?r . rriles, both personal and pollt!c.->l "T Assure you. rny dear Governor, that whatever Barvlco I may bo to you, you havo but to command." It was or/ i to-n'.ght that the flcatlon ???monies would bo marked by th? utmost simplicity, con? sisting only of the speeoh by Chairman I Ollte James tho add re as of accept i ance by Governor Wilson. it was ihdhod a "rooky road to Dub i lln town" f:ir four travol-wcary and gnnrt-rcovored Mil -.irian*. former Clark i boosters, who. long after sundown, [-wobbled up to the "Little White House-* I In a limping automobile, tho third that they had used ::. their trip from New j York. THoy had act out on tr-.otr Jour I nay to pay t.-..l.- respects to Governor JUST RECEIVED Another Shipment of Refrigerators The Best in the World! Our stock Is now again large and complete. E\ery thing in stock from a 35-!b. family size ot S10.50 to a 1,000-lb. grocers' box?all in stock. Don't experiment. Buy the ALASKA. We've sold them continuously for 23 years, and KNOW they're the best! Specials: Choice of all SI.25 $2.00 nnd S2.25 White Maple Porch Chaira and Rockers. $1.39. Our 98c White Maple Porch Rockers (really SI.50 values). 69c. Hammocks, $1.98 to $25 3-Burner Top Castiron Oven Detroit Jewel C.i- Ranges, the very best, for $7.69. Extra well made Willow Bach? elor Chairs, including green de? nim cushion.-, $4.39. Choice of S7.50 Double Seated Port h or Lawn Swings, finished in mission or mclachtte green, for $4.98. A Caloric Tireless Cook Stove will save you much he.1t. money and work. Investigate them! Right in the Centre of the Furniture District ADAMS and BROAD We carry one of the largest and most comprehen? sive assortments of Furniture and Druggets in the United States, and you'll save much time and money by coming straight to us for your needs. And we are sincere in saying that we want you to be satisfied with every purchase you make of us. All prices marked in plain figures. W'tison and assure him of Missouri"! whole-hearted support at 9 o'cir. k this morning. They were Colonel Fred W Fleming and Edward S Vllltnore. of Kansas City; Charles T Geraghty, of Pt Lo lls, and William f. Johnson, oi Uoonvlllo. pro?e?itlng attorney Of J Cooper county The. four were amonu Mlssdurl'? thirty.six \t the Baltimore convention, most of whom h.id already visited the ".?ummer capital." They were warmly received hy Oovernor Wilson and mlserated upon the vicissitudes of their Journey hy the Governor's wife and daughters. After a conference with : the nominee. In which Missouri's voters were pledged and acknowledged, the four set out on the return trip, de Basebili players know the worth o! remedies (or soie muscle.-. Here's whai two of them say: "I ^&&g:~T'*. have used NOAH'S LINIMENT on two of my players' arms, and the result was most gratifying." F. J. Shattshnessy. "I have used all hind? of liniments and the best I have used i? NOAHS LINI? MENT. It !<ilis the pain and is good for sprains and strains." \V. E Hooker. a bottle. 99 ^ta 9 WM w U iL <vJ nams?nams |j 100 all sizeis just from Louisi County. 25c per lb. Sides and Shoulders. 18c per lb. Small Jowls, 12|<c per ib. c Blake & Co, No. 00 Broad St. Phones Monroe 512-513 CHICHES & ?}L 9. Lr, ... k** JS ye?nli?owno: Ilo?t,3i;e?),Vl?o*kcfl?Jt -r SOLD BY DRIOOISrs EVcRYtVJfEEB voutly hoping that their bad luck wa* dver. for all of them ha<i reservations S .11 lay nigh* trims Westward "We had all the accidents in th? world and used up three cars, but It was worth It." said one of the four at h? came out of ihe Wilson horn*. OBITUARY J, I Milliard. I L Mulford, a former prominent ', rltiaen of Bridgeion. New j?r??y. and ' for 'he past ten yens an extensive ! planter residing in Weit Point, of j this State, died here suddenly from a severe attack of appendicitis, ne was in his sixty-eighth year, and Is turvlved by his widow and two ?ans The elder son I* a well known chemi? cal manufacturer of Philadelphia. The widow and younger sou reside it West Point Mr*. L. n. Carrlnglon, Itoanoke. Va July '..?Mrs L A Carrlngton, aeventy-one vears old. died DEATHS BRIGGS? Died. July 5. 1812, JOHN ARCHER BRIGGS. The funeral will take place from \ his late resldoiKu. l'Ji'j West Grace ? Street SUNDAY AFTERNOON, i.xo o'clock. MINOI ? Entered "nto rest on the morning of July 8. in the sixtieth yeai ol hei age, CAROLINE LOUISA, only daughter o: the late in George Gllmer Minor and ins wife. Caroline Chi . ruin. The funeral will take place from the residence .,f net late brother, o. G. Minor, ill; Grove Avenue, at .". o'clock THIS A PTE II NOON. Friends Invited to atf-nd WOODELL?Died, yesterday morning <ii . i'i at the residence of her soa n.-lew, Mr, John F. Short. No. 15 Cherry Street, MRS, JL'I.IA E. WOODELL. daughter of the late Geo \v. Briioe, of Notth Carolina. Funeral at Grove Avenue Baptist Churi h SUNDAY at ?; P. M FISCHER.?Died, at her father's resi? dence 22 nop Wothamptnn Line, LEON IE R FISCHER, oi teat dsugh '?.?i of John A and the Ustc flora M Fischet Site li ivea rwt'nei, step? mother, five brothers and one sutet to mourn their lo?s I Funeral from Benedictine College 10 A M MONDAY. Friends and ac? quaintance* invited to attend ' CARTER ? Died, last nif--ht at 11:30 O'clock; it tiie Memorial Hospital. W A CARTER, of 901 North Twen? ty-sixth Street Funeral MONDAY AFTERNOON from? Veritable Street Baptist Church. IN MLT'/iOHIAM I?HNSTON?In loving tnfmorv of MRS lmm A ORl fOHNSTON, who died four vears neu to-day. July 7. 1003. BV HER CHILDREN. DOBBINS?In loving remembrance of our dear brother, EDGAR A. DOB? BINS, who died one (i, -,-ear ago, July 9, ldll. We will know thrr.utrh ?h? cycles eternal Thai God. in His love, knew best. When he gave us on -iat th our auiter ing. That through It we might find rest, And though we Khali miss your dear presence AS loilg as on earth wo dwell, V'e yield to the will of our Father, Who dooth oil things well. by his sis'rnns and mother HOWARD?In sad but loving rem em branco of our dear brother, CLAIl E.NCE C. (GUS) HOWARD, who died four year:, ago to-day, 1003, , Safely, safely gathered In; Far from .'orrow, far front a'n. Passed beyond, all prlof and pain, Death for thee U truest gain. For our loss wo may not weep, Nor our loved one long to keep From bin homo of rest and peace, Whoro all sin and sorrow ceaso, 1 Now ho wait* for ua above, Rotting In tha Saviour's lOVei Jesus, grant that wo may meet The.ro. adoring, at Thy foot. BROTHERS, SlflTERfl AND MOTHER. this morning at the home of her daughter. Mr?. E. Claude P.i"e. after an limes* of three weeks Mrs. Car rlr.Kton had lived In Richmond for many years, hut was a native of Hali? fax county She Is survived by seven children They sre \v \v. Carrine toii'. or this city: Mrs. E. Mace Davis, of Fr. rier:r ksWurg Mr.? S C Morton, of South Boston. Mrs. J S Harvey, Of Jtlchmond. Mrs. Fields. of Atlanta, Miss Nannie Carrington, of Richmond, and Mrs E Claude Face, of this city The ftiner?l services win be conduct? ed at the home to-morrow afternoon at t o' loek. and the Interment will be in Falrvlew. otice! The Extension Step-Ladder and Spe? cialty Co.. Inc , has secured a suitable, factory site on the corner of Sheppard and Clay Streets, is now arranging for tha erection of its factory and equipping of rame. An officer of the company is now in Philadelphia, and will proceed to New York, looking to the securing of suitable representation in these cities. We are in receipt of many orders for these ladders, and will proceed to manufacture and care for the orders as rapidly as possible. More than half of the capital stock has been subscribed for. The demand for the ladder is almost universal, the profit is satisfactory* and the dividends this com pany should pay should place it in the front rank: of dividend producer* of this country INVESTIGATE this invest? ment at once It will PA'S" Y0U, EXTENSION STEP-LADDER AND SPECIALTY CO.. inc. JUDGE JOHN" G. DEW, President. Ml.' HARRY MARTIN". Vice-President. MR THOS F. O'k'CEFFE, Secretary Treasurer. MR [AMES LEE SHELTON, Counsel. MR R T LIPSCOMBE, Fiscal Agent. No. 115 Noirh Eighth Street. Richmond, Va. Baptist Encampment Virginia (leach, ax vi Round Trip via Norfolk mid Western Rnllvrnj On July s 9 11 and li the Nor? folk and Western Railway wtll sell round trip tickets from Richmond to Virginia Beqch at rate of $.1.50, good for return passage until July 21, Uli, with proportionately low rates fro;a ?11 .'rations on its lines In Virginia. Trains leaving Richmond nt 9:05 A. M and ??:'?(?. V. M via Norfolk and West? ern Railway connect in Union Depot at Norfolk with train to Virginia Beach, thus nvoldir.s transfer of pas seniors and baggage, C. H", BOSDET, District Fasaenrrer Agent. Virginia Baptist Encampment VIRGINIA BEACH. JULY 9-18. Official Route. Chesapeake and Ohio Railway. $3.50 Round Trip $3.50 Three Fast VftSttbuled Trains, with par, lor cars. Leave Richmond 9:00 A. M? !2:M neon, 4:00 P. M. Diner on noon train. Tickets on fale July 7, 8, j>, 11 .and IS, need until July 21, 1912, Special coaches lor attendants, Popular Route to the Seashore, Double track lino. Clean And quick trip. Delightful toll across Hampton Roads. Corresponding |pu/ rates from other stations In Virginia.