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in w omen s Shoes A general stock-overliaulirig has taken pi.nr. durinj which the following l<'i> of Summer Shoes were uncov? ered!. The reductions are .is follows: Women's $4.00 Nubuck Pumps Women's '.00 Canvas Pumps. Women's $4.00 Suede Pumps. Women's $4.00 Velvet Pumps. Women's $3.50 Patent Pumps The above in a wide range of sizes, leathers and shapes, consisting <>t popular Colonial, Strap and <)\ ford Tic styles;.wonderful values. Women's Pumps I'nur |i iiis1>nly;'?(!<!- .mil cuds up to S ^ 50 .i pnii; Children's Snndnls Patt in Roman Style, in sizes -;. .!'.-. I. 5 and ? 'j : oiilv 8 pairs; originally $2 ;!| n pair, IT< 1 _ in u ?.) U \, Sri owl Floor. Women's Punips White i ianv? ? Strap Pumps and t >.\ford Ties; .i Roodly" assortment ?>( sizes, .! 1i?) S.1 j; <irifti hallj $1 50 ,i p.iir, now Women's Tics White ?'ah v.i> i Ixfoids, white covered ( u li.Hi heels, .11 ?i? originally ?> p 50c 95 c 50c Council Not Likely to Elect Richardson's Successor Until September. fJohtrnry to expectations, ihertj ,- no tilg Hal candidates in ihn Held for Jjaybr. Ac'-: ?riling to tin- i 'vs-eni pii kl i ?< i :? i n in ir ntrly. whuli -.vans Utiit ? n w Coline'1., which i lit it "til' - r going Wert this month, tho Hustings ? .1- ? t.: iii toll, i 7. ami thore Is no spc anditlato bo Morris, who Friends of Captain Cloorge Alnslie ? ilf, ami h. hag iocelveri assurances | hearty support. While hb had not 1 ithorlzed the in e ol his name up to ? ii-nds last night that he would ac- ' ndldaey as been favorably received. Captain Alnslie ku a former mem r of the Police Board, li,- was an a: nt supportei .f the new forth of: ivernmenl and has closely followed! ?ni .,..1 .if.iiis through the various ages whleh led to the creation ??( e Administrativ- Board. Councilman Jacob fu.lauf staled !;,.-t Ight that tho aniioti'icement of Iiis ndldaey f.-.r M.ivrr was somewhat I "Of couiiie.. fjparjnot be ?-i candidate i wloctfion before the Council." j it'll Mr. I'rrtlaUf, "and 1 understand) ?.at the;,- v.'.l lie no pop Hi ?? election i til the spring of l.iu. i have been' equently n eed to run for public e, bnd a number of my friends have ggested to me the propriety of en ? i* of the s..m<- mind when Un- tltin :r..-s. I ahaU probably be a candidate ? tori the people :ti the nevt olcctb u. ?( BROAD STREET PAVING Board of \ Mermen < alird fur Monday Vlght to Coni'iir, President Kotiert w l.itt-t Issued ves. terday a . rill tin special ineetlng of ?> ? ....... pttvliut ?? i st'-. t Pri Sid' ? ' Wl T a Joirr .. Retired Luncnbtirg Farmer Dies in Hospital After Attack Oh Tuesday. ! ? ..l.i. [i prominent retired Rii'mer of; Lalnoitbiirg cbiitiiy. ill tl yesterday "f tein.? at tin Memorial Hospital front wounds Inflicted l>> an angry bull. Tho aiilihnl'a horns had ploiool his abdo I irit-ii. causing ah IhtcStfhai rupture, j Mr. tiroch was brought t? Rlchmdrid leni'i} yi'siet-iin> morning fr?n) ?Sr.? ? 11 ' ! uiiy, Va. Though huii nsi Tuesday his erudition was a. t at ilrst regarded] as itlnrmtng. "a Wednesday bis phy? sician; Oh Walter K. Vest, saw thta hC liad been dangerously Wounded and dl ri t .I that he lo- removed Immediately I t.i a hospital for an operation. When; Mr tini-n arrived al Ho- Memorial he was in extremis and died yesterday ; afternoon at 1 o'clock The body was; sillppe-1 hum. for burial. Mi. tireen, a native of Now York! State; Served through the War Between tin- st.il.s with tili' I'orti-ral army. A bout twtnty-tive years, ago in set? tled In lainenbiirg. Itnder tin- Repub? lican administration he held the olilce of supor'vsbr in that county. lie litter engaged In tin rent estate huMtiess ribd afterwards began farihlng. He was iccessftt! and retired some time ago. I ifi leaves a w ife. .Mrs. Alice V. GT<en KICK FRACTURES SKULL (to; nnngeriMlsl) tnj'ired When llnnr'. Hoof siril.es Ilm Above Bye. William Mr-Daniel, eleven veurs n'.d. ^ens | dangerously hurl yesterday afternoon about I :? :.r, o'clock when in- was kicked above the eye i.\ i fractious ?hielt he waa rid-j mir in ihr Broad Street Heart. Dr. 11 A. '' ? ick, ambulance stnrenn of the City J Hospital; i '? i ^sponrtf tl to nn .-tnergeney j Call, r.e.in.i his condition ser*oti* and rushed] him Immediately t.> the hospital, whore an ; < lamination rtleeleaed that hie skull hart lii.nn fret tired He wir operated upon in?; I night arid while ; ? was said t.> be r'e'st'ha enmfnrtntily, it was tiollevert that he hid but h ? Ight i.-m". of recovery. The Injured Kvy !?> the son of W R. Me Danlel, who ii-.-<-? nt 1711 Winder Street. Vouiig McDanJH in.d been rldlnir 'li? .in 'nial with .- liompanlon, nohert lllnlr. He ? ; iirt ivhtn lie nassrd be? ilud "? Imtse suddenly threw up lt.. I etil si t>;e tmafs struck blni tli.. b!ll? at.nVe the i)'|.. (iOVF.RNOIt MONTAtSt'k SPKAKS I ' KINli M il.I IA M Uli X I V i-'oriner Governor Montague addressed an | * '<i >'? - of SW men. women and children l> Mill Pond. Kins Wiliiiim couh-1 ty. yesterday. 'I i,e meeting was the ianr.'st ? '?' Kt: a- William In years. There w?? 'i '? "i i vim which is always "' Inti-resi t.. the i-opl.- of that s?ctr.on ''? " was t-ntliXislastU-ally "?? ? warmly .: .:( oil At the ran ? *? fool ( emmet. 1 f'riliin I i. iilrn 11 ire en street Clean ?"?t-Pii Iii? con tract ??i ? 1 i.ei the i It; tin liieiaior in.. <? p Haibrer Coal Company nt 11 Vi per ton. JULY ASBAD PERFO Temperature Goi to oo or Above on Fifteen Separate Da vs. ?? ? trail | ordlng I., thii 1 A i I Lough the first day of n npropi :.i i.? Hie Improvem ? it;.' has ei-rc had. Oil four days the did '?? '?- thirteen wen- partly i-loud and fourteen wtii'c absolutely Th* letal taint ill for the MOrtlh wits 1 l'i i. ? I . Iieavieili downpour v.. t-.it ..f luiy i*. which brought to i . : '. hol ? !i oi six days, during which Iinj Ii wiisi maximum tortiporature was ts degrees On fifteen days the i. 11 ell ml od to ti,.- 3o-dcgr?e muik August caini ?r. auspiciously yester . b?l rtovelopiiients arS uipected at i any tun?. After Jlis .Marriage to Miss Lillian West. JUST BACK FROM VACATION Revolver Discharged While lie W as Trying to Uciiidvc Car? tridges in Iii Room. ' llolx i! i> Smith, of ['OOS West Main [Street, ueeldentlj shot himself with a pistol early yesterday morning:, died at St. Luke's Hospital lasi night at 7 o?i..el;. The evidence clearly points to tii.- fact that the shooting una accidental. A peculiar tragic circumftnnci m connection with the young man'.-, death was the announcement yestcrdu) tn.it j lie married Miss Lillian li. West, diiugh tcr of Mr. an.I Mrs. .1. ?'. West.-of "I'M Floyd Avenue, at Ellsubeth City, N, on MOhdiiy. His bride was visiting ; relatives in liuiiipton when advised i : t. Icphnnc of the accident, an I sliij cime Immcdiutcly t., the city. Mi. Smith had t.n spending his viii attbii jr. Mathoivs county, where .Miss West had also been vlsltlii?, <'n M.In) lilt?) decided to .lop., nltlioUgh there was no objection t" the nun - eilige. They ive.te simply actuated by a romunttc impulse. At'.-r the cerii inony .Mis. Smith went to Hampton .iiitl Mi. Smith triune to Ulehiuond to notify his parents, The youijig bride was al? most piostraii^l ovei news ofth< shoot? ing ai;<! i l - : a tal t- initiation. rnlOiitllng Itevolvcr In lluniii. When the surgeons at St. Luke's found that there was no hope of sav? ing Mr. Smith's life he was notified, and in a conscious moment he spoke to his rather of the accident, explain? ing thai while dressing > est, rd.i y niorhiug he attempted to unload n re? volver, that the curt ridges stuck in the chamber and as he reached for bit; knife to pull them out. tin- weapon ivns discharged. The bullet entered the abdomen not far from the heart. Aubrey Smith, a brother, who oc? cupied th. adjoining room, was sud? denly aroused from his sleep by a loud report. While investigating, he heard; i ties from tin- rootn. Hoberl Smith say? ing Hint he hud hurt himself The door was lock? d, as usual, but it was broken down with an dxo. Medical help was immediately summoned, and the patient was hurried to St Luke's Hospital. Every possible effort was made to save his life. Few of Mr. Smith's, friends had heard yesterday of the ivcddlrjg, ;""l tHo fam? ily of Miss West was not noiltiod of! that fact until after the shooting. Mr. Smith, who is a son of Mr and Mrs. Robert M. Smith, is survived by three sister? and three brothers. Arrange? ments for tiie funeral have not been announced. ACTIONS VALIDATED t'oiiimlllcr on Helle, uf Hie I'..or Makes 1 egnl former Medina. At a meeting of the ComtnltK.i Heli.f of the ppor, held yesterday nf t rnoon, the work ..r tin committee at a meeting livid on July was cbh tirined. It developed after the meet? ing adjourned that there had not been present a legal fiuorum. Among the matters acted upon was acceptance 01 the resignations of brs. .1. 1". lielsliiger and T. V. (ioode. Jr., Internes at the City Home, who have accepted profes^ sot-ships at tie University Collegia -i Medicine. i The visiting staff of the City Home , Hospital was ro.clocted by |He com-, mi Hoc yesterday as heretofore, this I only exception being the omission of i Dr Tyler Hundley, who. on account of | bad health, asked to be excused from j serving Tno vnoahcy will not be tilled : for the present, as it Is hope.) that Di Clifton M. Mlll. r. now a member ol the Council, who goes out September 1.' and who was formerly on the City Home staff, can take the position. Since there Is no salary attached, and the physicians give their services to the p?vr of the city without charge, it is held that there would be no im? propriety In the appointment of l?r. Milhr when his term In the Council ends. TEETH. NOT SAFETY PINS Mali.. Drought to Hospital on Theory Thal 11 Swallowed Hue. Teeth, and not safety pins, turned out to be the matter with a Luhenblirg county l.al.y. who was brought to Johnston-Willis Hospital yosterdnj for ? xamlnatloh and operation. The mother left three safety pins, slie b.li. ves. In the proximity of her baby, on her return but two of them w.-re left The natural deduction, rea? soning by processes of elimination, was that the child, being of an Inquisi? tive turn of rn?>l and of the femnle se\. bad swallowed the pin to aee what would happen Forthwith the baby was brought to Richmond. Not knowing where to make the Incision, the physicians put her under the X-ray. A careful scrut inj i.iiied to reveal anything other than the usual Inside? of a normal Child The pin was not there. That old enemy, the tooth In pro '?- of . ittlng, had evidently been ih-j cause of the baby's cries, and it was IVItarinn '?cnl i<. -lull. Thomas Wharton. arrested fer drunken nes? Slid disorderly conduct on the premises t.l lt. r Itoddeiiturg, near iiarinn Heights, ...i. put under a bi r.d ,.f 9100 lo keen the riesoe far -i\ month* la the <wu co iMlee'i eourt yesterday. In default of l.ttli Miiftlstrate Srnttii ordered h'rn con [CK WILL PICK 8EST OPERATOR Civil Service Test for Applicants Who Desire 10 Run City Hall Elevator. A civil Service examination is to be conducted by Building inspector Beclt to sectirc suitable elevator man for the <-lty U ill. 1.v Frith. who hua conducted 01 the Clt> Hell cars for eighteen years, notllied the Council Committee on Grounds and Buildings last night of his resig? nation, having accept) ( position with State Superintendent oi Public Print? ing Davis Bottom An application for the position cum.- from S. ??? B. Wright, a City Hall lunltor, and 11 was stated that two other employes or the building had asked rot the posi? tion Alderman Melton proposed that the Building Inspoflci give each ap? plicant a trial?allow each to run Hie lr for a few ?la>s and report to IIP next meeting the result of the net id bis motion was ovotwhelrhlngly ucionted. Sotitbalde ' nmplnlot. Councllmun Brown reported that the workmen employe i In Washington So,uare, s'otith Richmond, nnd no tore liidtl no direction-" as 10 bow they were to work, and were, In fact; loaf? ing on the Job. Tbc sn??i'e, ho said, bad been ploughed up and 'was Iii wretched condition Contractor Clary, who was given the contract for ?t?nte gianolltbtc work 1:- ?!. pork, bar ajso .1 large contract for granolithic curbs and gutters, and Is months behind the contract time. Mr. Brown stated that instead of finishing ! ,?- work on the. park', be was using it for the storage of material for Hp other work, it it s stated that Assistant I'.nglnoet .tones bad been notified of conditions. City Engineer Bo': ,? suld that he would make pcrsoi conditions, and Contr notified to complete ti o. forfeit bis bond. Bids worn opened f the orhniiiehtal tncmoi entrance to Joseph Hi lowest hid being that n at iL'.0:;7. I. J. Smith A and the Wise Granite 1 The gates were dcslgl A> Johnston, .tnd ar< :? of massive Jame.c rtlv the suggestion or tin contract was awarded blddi r, A C, Bedford, proval of the final ?!? -1 'iU.ltlo;, Of . for Cin ry was ?? iirk I n hh nd instruction or Inl gates at the ?11 Park, the v r Bedford, |'o. tiid St.Pin. mpany $i.;f>? 1 by Carneal constructed granite. At signers, the the lowest ???? Ct 10 up*-* by t't.- com Hi litt? if ;h. I! ? 'ion, the work supervision ??: tin to Memorial Assn be "done under ARRESTS IN JULY \ mill,er Vlmnni. lit,mil- That of Busiest Month In Police History. The number of arrests in Richmond during the month of July almost reached the greatest number ever mad- during a slnill-ir period in the history of the Polle? 1 >. partim nt. in ! August, 1911, t.nrt.-, persons wer,, tnkch I in ? ustoiiy. the largest number for any I single, month. Last month 1,1131 nr restfl were made. In July, lfln. there were rid]. While no one la nble'to ex? plain why, n:or- arrests* are mado diir Irtg August than any other minth or the year. I hre,- Judgments Confessed. i'Jcment? were confessed yesterday In City Circuit .-ourt In the fnltowlns , ittersbure Pr\ ioo.fs Com pans again*! r. Richardson t rt. Richardson and C B 1. r for Richmond Dry Goods npany iitfnl M. Tivi.ir for if* and hmond t >r Ooods Coinpan] against I WATCHES ii^'Q IrPiitl Presidential Nominee Impresses Ellyson With Practical Viewpoint. Bess doubt I were posslui- . ernor Woodro State Chatrm . he Is just 1>; nominee for bow the- cam angle. The quality . at rained bj tl Chairman Ellysi ; he will be 1 he [ not taking it f I all the means sure success. Mr I with bis groi 1 with It's desire will help In ti. I eensful campa'g: ! In detailing n lug t- t lo- hew I cord'ng to bis j gagenients for 1 1 W lson said he I from "Bleute . of Vlrg'nla. bp This was th? 1 Press's lnform.it Mr. Ellison et nor W'lsoh I t rlbuto a la rge I cratlc national newspapers of i generally agn . 1 ever. If such a thing the election Of Gov? t'llson is now felt by Taylor Ellyson. For from a visit to the siaeni, and has seen <n looks from that confidence is not lovernor, according t,. While he belt< vea iext President, lie 1.1 grantfvl. but is using h.'s command to as Ellyaon Is impressed in the situation and ror information which iirosecutlon of a sue the preceding even .?per contingent, ae isual custom, bis en ? next day. Governor ?cad to receive a .-ail t-Governor Ellyaon, old friend of mine." r.-o of tho Associated on; and it Is so wrlt loves, as he to!d Ciov. ? Virginians will con tcl sum to the Demo mpalgn through the 1 no Stntc. which are to receive contrihu. ?um ?i?linn i-??????????? ?~????????? FARMERS I the State are holding their annual institute in Winchester I to-day, studying ways ami mean- of bettering farming cph I clitions, <<i learning the real science of (he jj We arc always glad to see the farmer- ol the South "get? ting together." h is the mean- to the en.; ' developing the Greater South by co-operation of <>ur citizi The American National Bank OF RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. ?fter- to rri-opexatc with ANY FARMER in the country to ! his personal advantage. We feel that the Farmer is serving us every day, and we want the privilege f n i| locating. W c know that we can give him SECURITY AND SERVICE Lack of Epidemics in Disarranges Plans of cal Force. Virginia Medi PRIMARY ELECTIONS CALLED Sixth District Tangle Settled. Hunting t_ tub Secures Charter. All ih< elaborate preparations.made oi the Stute Health Department to in vestlgate and handle epldoirtlcs of \ typhoid fever in Virginia this year liave' gone awry. Th's Is sun ply because 1 there have been no epldbllllcs. Assistant State Health Commissioner! Allen \v. Freeman has charge of typhoid matters. Through the efforts "f Commissioner Bunion is. Williams, j the United States Public Health and 1 .Marine Hospital Service gave tho ser-j vices <>f Dr. Lumsdcii to assist In In* yeetlgnthig .ill outbreaks of any size. : in addition, there are Virginia physl- ' ?laus In different localities who were secured to give aid when the tliho came. T. tlmb has not come. For the llrst time In tho history of p .bile healtn . work, no epidemic of typhoid fever has appeared anywhere in the State nus yea A "f course It Is i;"t too late, and the dry weather may yet prddtlcb tho disease in many localities. Hut tne ! average i.-: hi most certain to be kept' down because of the lark of outbreaks in the early part of the season. There are eases here and there throughout Virginia. Tin re will b< some deaths, even of this preventable disease* It Is. however, absent In oipldfcmle form. So the typhoid specialists have found little to do. They have had no worn to give them the experience they had expected. Increased sanitary regulu- | lions arid public Information are given credit for a large part of the improved I ? ondltlons; PRIMARIES ARE CALLED Sixth DIotrlH'N >l Intake t? Corrected l.v Vgreeinent, Irregularities Incldehl to construe tlon of th. new primary law having' beeit smoothed out, Secretary of the Commonwealth B 0. James has Issued calls for the primaries to be held In! the First. Third, Fourth and Sixth Con? gressional Districts, It ij'eemed plain that !n the Si>:th the law was not compiled with The slat- ' ute sets forth that ?yhfcn a party com-j mitte? decides to nominate by primary it shall notify the sv-ret-try of the Commonwealth at least thirty davs In ' advance of the day set (er the primary election. This was not done In the Sixth District', t ie notification haying j been withheld until It reached the Cap- ; Itol within b ss than thirty nays be- [ for.- August 8, tin- day when the voters: of th. dlslrl t win r. , ?rd their choice 1 for Congressmani At lust it seeiii.- i thai some new date must f s-t. But the three candidates ?Congressman Carter Hiass. former Senator Don IV llui.->cy and T R, Tillelt : ?got together and decided that any objections because of illegality of pro- , ...lure in tliia regard should be waived. Tills did not oUHe let Colonel James out of his position, but ie- recalled < that the law says the provisions of the statute shall be liberally construed. So lie let it go at that. Hum i lull Is Chartered. A charter was issued yesterilay hy ' the state Corporation Commission to| th.- Fasalfern Hunt Club, of Hot, Springs. Vu. Th^re Is no capltil stock. | the organisation being for hunting,and fl.-hlng and polo racinft Following are the officers and Ineorporator?: M B, Ingalls. Jr., New York, presi? dent. Robert Waller, New York, fust vice-president; ClendehnlnR Ryari, Oak Ridge. V.l.. second vice-president: Henry j Albery, Hot Springs, secretary and treasurer: T?te Sterretl Hot Springs, master of hounds i: L Bei man, New - ? ?ort it I Joseph F.. Wlllard, Rich? mond; Heorgc C?le Scott. Riehmond; .1 \V Stepncnson, Warm Springs. L A. ?rage. Hot Springs. E A Perry, Jr., Hot Spring*. T. II. U ulkln? We-dern*. Frank B. Wiitklns. for a dosen yca-s court claim clerk In the office of the | Midltor of Public Accounts, has re-j sighed hi* position to enter Into bus- | ineas In his home county of Charlotte; H.. win continue, however, to be Bar I geant-at-arms of tin State Senate. LIQUOR MSIED AI GAS-WORKS But It's a Bi-Product, and It Will Not Make Anybody Druni:. Letters were presented to the Colin- ! ?11 Committee on Light last night from C i* Bailey, contractor for th- purchase of nmmoniacul liquor, a bl-prodiict of th, ?Ins Works, complaining Hint lie . city was not extracting a sufficient quantity of ammonia from the gas to make his contract profitable. He as? serted thai he was not getting morn j than 60 rent, of the product and that the balance was being allowed to i go to waste. Superintendent Knowles 1 claimed thai the city was living fully lip to its contract with .Mr. Bailey, that us large a percentage of ammonia was being separated from the gas a.? was customary, and that Mr. Bailey has not 1 equipped himself with proper ippil ani.-s to prevent leaks and evaporation] after the liquor Is delivered to him. I The superintendent was instructed to 1 notify Mr. Bailey that th.- cpntracl was being complied with, that his plant '? I inadequate, and that If he desires a1 further heating be may appear before the committee at Its next meeting. Mr. Hogers asked that the contract he pro- ! duced at that time, stating that lie had three times before asked for it. and it 1 had not been forthcoming. Mr. Rogers wanted to know why Mr. Knowles had put up tile defense last month, when j Ihe matter was dlsCUSSed, that the con- ? tract did not require all of the llqilor, and When the contract was called for, Changed his defense to the charge thai Bailey was wasting the liquor after It was delivered to him I OUR FINEST SUITS I At 33 Per Cent. Discount Sale is limited to this week. Get in to-day while the assortment of sizes and styles is still good. Gans-Rady Company ALL CANDIDATES INVITED BY CLUB Business Men to Hear Them One at a Time on Daily Program, Beginning Monday. Candidates for the Administrative Hoard are Invited to address the mem? bers of the Business Men's Club, not nl) nt once. In a hu?e and tiresome mass-meeting, but one at a time, day by day. until all h?v? been heard, and tbe club members have h.id an oppor? tunity of judging for themselves for whom they will vote. Several hundred we:t known men gather dally In the elub rooms on the Tenth floor of the Amortran Bank building for lunch. The directors have Issue I Invitations to the candidates to speak for not more than tori minutes, at 2 o'clock, only one to b? heard each day. The series begins next Monday at 2 o'clock, and the candidates will b? heard In alphabetical order, as follows; Monday, August f>?Henry P, Heek. Tuesday, August >;?a. W. Bennett. Wednesday, August 7?George R Davis. Thursday, August s?John P. Don Deavy. Friday. August r>?F. H. Fnrgusson. Monday, August 12?i:. c. Folkes. Tuesday, August IS?Marx Gunst. Wednesday, August 1 4?John Hlrach bera. Thursday. August 1Graham B. Ifehson. PrldaVi August H>? W P, Kno-.vles Monday, August n?Carlton McCar? thy. Tuesday, August I?-lohn W Moore. Wednesday, August 2l?George Paul, Thursday, August ?Charles I Richards. Monday. August :>5 ?Robert Whlttett, Jr. Tuesday, AURUst 37?William H. Zimmermann. < n IMBKK t <?xfxii nit ri.A? ihm. ni l i on i R v11j: The committee In rtmrge if the Chamber of Cotnmerre Bureau for Trade Extension met yesterday to perfect plans for rein forcing its campaign ol newspaper id??r Using with personal appeals to merchants throughout the iron, in which Richmond has the advantage over competitors by rea? son of better prices and lower freight rnf.s The cotntn tie,- directed that ;> tiers and ' "? liars Lii freel) distributed In tl at t..r rltor) Supplementing ai d umpllfi inp tho e_is?V meat'js that have already he en placed In the newspapers. This part of the publicity eemp*:rn ?n? r'arert In the hanrti. ? ?? Mr Dsbney, who ants a- secretary-tress. uh i of the huie? I BABY BADI.V firK.SF.lt WHBN hi. nur,- i <> n\\ \i i>oit i.vk Wait.r Franklin, two years old. was bad v burned about the Hps and mouth >eeter daj morning when he attempted to ewa. lo<a* a quantity of concentrated ;>e. which had heen left within hp reach by h's mother. Dr. H. A. Rnllo-k. ambulance sur? geon of the City Hospital, treated the child, who llv.es at 3?5 North Eighteenth St^:. and said last night that he would recover Marriage l.lcenses. The following marragf licenses were if sued yesterday In ihe ? ierk ? <.l|. .. rf ? ?> Hustings Court: Thomas I.atlm?r and tvil hiSlnilnn Vincent: Walter M. Angel and Not ma i. Cole: Hamilton I. Moor? and Ann Uuilyboy. HonSagxie ?pe.,k- I'o-Sight. Friends of ilovernor Montague In the so ithweetern part of the city have arrang? ed an open-air meetirir for him to be held to-n'ght at the corner of Rowland and Cary streets, beginning at 1:16 o'cloek. Gover? nor Montagus ???: ' he introduced by Jacob BIG CROWD FDR BUGKROE BEACH Employes of Locomotive Works Run Their Annual Excur? sion To-Morrow. Tho eighth annual picnic excursion given by employes of the Richmond Branch of the American Locomotive Company will leave here to-morrow rnornlng for a day at Rinkroe Beach. More than usual Interest bus been shown in tho excursion, and It Is ex? pected that tho crowd will he the larger than ever before. Two or three trains w'll be required to accommodate those who attend. The last section will leave the Main Street Station at 7:3? o clock. Ret lining, the last train leaves Buckroe Beach at :> o'clock. Resides other features, the oxour slonlstfl will have their own band, which will furnish music for the danc? ing throughout the day. The pbnic will be in charge of the executive com? mittee, consisting of the following: J. 11. Bradl y. chairman; Ii R. Lewis, secretary; C. C. Bartlett, C. B. Gettls, J. i. Connelly. H. Oanzcrt, F. II. Huth, C. W Olphin, J. M Sullivan, I. C. W< odcock, In the vurlous contests that will take place tit tile beach, there will be twen? ty-nine events, athletic and otherwise, line of the requirements of the con? tests is that all prize winners must he employes of the Locomotive Works or no mbers or the Immediate family of an employe The only exception being in tbe twentieth event?dancing? in i which it Is only necessary that one of , the winning couples be nn Immediate [relative, of some Loconiollve AVorkH employe. The program of athletic events In? cludes everything that goes to make up a typical athletic field day. with a number of olhor features which make every member of the party?man. wo? man, or child?eligible to compete for i some prize. The prizes, donated by merchants and other business men of the city, with whom the employes of the Loco? motive Works deal, are very attractive, and the unusual generos'ty of ibo donors has made It possible to increaao I the number of events. Coroner Taylor Wams Testi? mony of Youths Who Were in Car Which Killed Parsons. In order to pot th.- testimony r-C John S. Martin ami Charles R, Robert? son. who were in the automobile which was wrecked Wednesday morning in the Midlothian Turnpike, causing the death of Lewis Caryl! Parsons, eigh? teen yCi,rs old, Coroner Taylor, yes terdny continued the Inquest until to. morrow morning at to o'clock, Martin Is 111 at his home as the result or th.. shock ?nd Robertson is at the Me? morial Hospital Both, it is expected, will he sufficiently recovered to testi fy when th. Inquest Is resumed Dr. Taylor began the Inquest yester? day morning by calling Will Tarn P. Koi bi to (he stand. Forbes was driv? ing an automobile which left Bon Air r.t the same time with tho party In tho cai which was wrecked. ''" denied thai he was racing ti? other machine, which was being driven by Robertson, and also ?hat anv of tho young men had b..en drinking it was his opinion that the accident was duo to a tire blowing out. causing the ma ehlnc lo swerve into u,? dlt. h. where It turned turtle The witness said that Robertsons car hud encountered tire.trouble he, fore th. accident, arid that he and h!n party had stopped to lend aid In r< ? pairing the damngc lie then started his machine toward the city, and findlni; In about ten minutes that R.'bertfon was no* In sIkM. he thought the car mlcht have araln met with an accident. ||e returned nnd was horri? fied to find the wreck Parson* was barely alive. All thr>e of tu?. Injured men were brought to the city n Forbe?'s car Parsons nnd Robertson were left at the Memorial Hospital, w-here the former died within a short while. Forbes eyplnln'd to t?,e Jury that thn theory IVi.tl tho i wo machines wer? rai Ins was groundlesi, because his rar was capable of moving seventy-five, miles nn hour, while that of Robert? son was low-powered. .lohn A. Clnrke. of HUB Hanover Ave? nue, who wn* with Forbes, was also ,? witness f.r.d corroborated latter'* testimony. Herbert Rites. n colored boy. who was also with Forbes, was ? ailed ie. the stand, but dlsmi?j ar? tet a few 'lUestlon"-. Alf Martin nnd Robertson nr. th< only persons who c.-.n give first-hand Information. r>- Taylor decided to ad? journ the 'hqttesi m mi to-morrbv Pnneriil Thl? Ifiernoun. The- funeral of Mr Parsons, w ho was the son of Mr. and Mrs O, W. Par? sons, will take piac this stte-rnoon 't R o'clock from the Church of the Cove? nant. Int-rment. which will be private, win he in Hollywood Cemetery, Be?li]es his parents he leaves the following brother.*: Cenrge I, Parsons, Lawrence Persons Sherwood Parson* r.r.,1 his twin brother. Robert C.I tit e t Pa rsons. Those who will act as pall-bearers will he as follows- Roland I.a??lt"r. Cordon Wood, John A Clarke, Rober-1 dean Holderby. William Yountr. .lames Taylor. Mills N'eal and Frank Cutcb Whlskf] Thief lioe? to -lall. 'Lump" SVott. colored. was *.ri to tail ? ninet>. ,ja>. yesterds) in Police Court r straStne ? ?m?!l qustltUy of whiskey m Wllllsm nrown. Summer Excursion Rate- to point North and West by ra.lt and water. RICHMOND T" tXSPRII COMPANY, SOf) Fast Main Street. A Trial WillConvince Our Work is Superior Our new method of "Moulding" col? lars is a simple process, but one that gives the very best results, makes your collars la^t and pives plenty of room for your tic. No cracked collars Call Monroe 1958 or 195'). ROYAL LAUNDRY M. 12. Fl?rsheim, Proprietor, 311 N. Seventh Stteet. and "Pearl" Roofing the Same. Gordon Metal Co. RICHMOND VA. Richmond Corrugated Paper Company Manufacturers \ CORRUGATED BOXES, WRAPPERS, PARTITIONS, Etc., NI7-810 N. 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