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ing bargains in good merchandise and supe? rior service? Attend To-Day's REMNANT SALE! We're getting our summer stocks clown '?> n line point: that is. .1 few more days of selling, .it the present rapid rate, and warm weather goods for the 1912 season he a thing of the past. Price reductions in short and broken l?>t> goods, as well as Remnants, will ho noted now in every depart nun t. To-day's important Savings in stocks featuring summer goods include: HAMMOCKS. PORCH CHAIRS, WASH GOODS, WHITE GOODS, EMBROIDERIES, MEN'S GOODS, \\ \SH DRESSES, SHIRTWAISTS, LOW SHOES, CORSETS, UNDERGARMENTS, Etc*, Etc. Visit Miller & Rhbads' FIRST Visit each floor* i CANDIDATE I THOROUGHLY FIT Richards Declares No Aspirant Possesses Complete Qualifi? cation for Board. Charles E. Richards, candidate, for the Administrativ? Board, struck a new note. In hi- tddress before the Business Men's Club yesterday aftcr noon. with the startling declaration that In his opinion not a single man of the seventeen now offering for < lec? tion. If thoroughly qualified for the position of city administrator. "\\'i h'-nr much dally of this und that man's qualifications f"i dflleo,'' said Mr. Richards, "1 don't believe thai thefc Is a single man now seek? ing election i" tin- board who lj thoroughly qualified for the fVoaltl u. 'I'horough qualification ban come only ftom experience on ili* board lt-eiv. No one can truthfully lay , InIill to that without having had that experience. The best that one can do Is to offer to s-rve on the hoard and devote to it the same practical knowledge that lie has shown In the management of his own affairs ." Following this line of reasoning. Mr. Richards called attention to his long and varied business experlenc. In this city and to a successful ad? ministration of his own husino-s, which, he thought, spoke well for his ability to manage the affairs of the i lty. Progressive tn Council. Mr- Richards referred to his st\ Mars of service m the Council, and particularly to his work on the Water, Street and Finance Committees which brought him In touch with thi details of the city's business. in the Coun? cil, he said, he had always beeil a pr ogresslve. "I have even gone to far," said Mr. Richards, "as t-i prefer charges against city officials and contractors ? for Which I cOntidere'd lax admlrils tration of municipal business, I d ? iriot cart st this time to name these I Piersons it might arouse animosity which may as well bu permitted to Test " Mr Richards declared himself to be ? opposed to a division of responsibility 'In th'- Administrative Roardi and to jfavor a unanimous vote on all Import? ant questions! IN POLICE COURT Attachment Issued AguJiiM Angel en Non -iilipnrt ? Iniri;,. An at tachrni n: ?.,- Issued in the F'o.'lre, Court yesterday morning for ex-Policeman FRANK TAYLOR ESCAPES Pollre Asked tn I 'lid White Man Who An ?i from II, n,I force Wi:iiani Mr r bib viiii Hear ( amlldutr G H 0 0 ^ UNDER CONTRACT School Board Makes Award lo H. E. Richardson & Co. for New Building. Bids wen opened bj th< Clt) .-school Board lust night tor thi; erection of the. ii< w Bcllcvuc Public School build? ing on lli< Vnii Lew property; at Twertty-tliird and it race Sttfeuts, re? cently acquired by the ? ? it>. The con trtict win awarded In the lowest bid? der, it. Hi Richardson & Co., Inc III,Is weie receive.i a? follows; W. A, Chesterman, $10D,.r,00; A, M Walk up, $ I I."..:i.',i): K. C. Woodward; $111, 200; .1 allies Ko\ & Soiis, $111,977; J T Nuchols, $102;772; it II Ric?ur<l8oii & Sons, Inc., $115, SUO; A. C. Bedford, f!l 26,. Hat wood el- Moss, $i04.997; VVIbO Granite Cohipnny, $103.;i6p. Bids were also openo.'! for the heat? ing and ventilating system of the new building us follows: S. A. Greg? ory, $9.18ft; Peck ttnmmond Company, JT.lPi. American II cut I tig and \Vntl latlnfir Cohipnny, $7,:iS6. The (tontracl to erection of the building was mi - ted to R, II llichai'dsoh A.- Sons. Inc., mid for ihc heating plant to the American Heating und Ventilating Company, both being the lovvest bid? ders. The report of Superintendent J. A. C. Chaiidll-l showed the enrolment in i vacation school- on August 1 of IM pupils. The board reconsidered Its former ruling as to the opening '''te for the school session "ltd decided io opt n for ti.' coming session for file enrolment ol both old and new pupils on Septembei IT. Th< usual teachers' meeting win lie lield .u, Scpteiribei is, The principals of the various si hools will be called upon to re? sume theli- duties on Seiptember n. In order to have, everything In readiness tor the opening The coming session will he notable In that it will be the ilrst since the passage of the free text book ordl j nance. All old pupils who at ITie 1..f last session turned in to the ! s. hooi authorities the books they had I bei ii using will lo- entitled, without cost, this year to receive the heties s rv liiSol;.-, for til.- glide to which they have been ndvahecd. CONVENTION ADJOURNS Independent tinier iif SI, I.iiIcck' Winds I i' li? \\ iipk. Tliis rority-'llfth annual convention of the lndepeiideni Order of St. I.tike ended its work yesterday. Memorial nddrcsses u.i. delivered, instruct Ions ?Air, imparted to tin district deputies t>y Mhnrgii i- Walker nnd lite, election ,,f otli. i is was- , omjiloted; The order Itns losii IS5 members by dentil 'im Ihm tin past year, and nie-l inoVlul addresses wen deilvl-rcd by itev ??. '". Garner, of Washington, b. r. nnd other vlsltinp, members Besides R. A Jones, president; Shu i. Walk-i secretary-treasurer. ? Mlnnii l. lianks aiid i-'annie Snundersi Lynch. Charity .lories, I: orgln \ Queen; C. II ' ? ? w 'a .1. 13 vans. M'.ok. r 13111?; Wall' :? antl James 11. BARBER'S WIFE MISSING in Highland Park n,.m? on \HKII?t m. Gmrrnl and Mrs. Sale Itetiirn. Of to hive b ba\ i turned to thcli nirtti >? reiildi ui ?? on the in ook Itoad < ieni i i| Said h hi be at his iiAice on Monday. Mr:'. Hale has completed her new book, ivhlcn Will appeal early in the By LOK AFFAIR Police Asked to Find John \Y\ Priddy, Jr., Who Disappeared on Tuesday, YOUNG GIRL WEDS ANOTHER Priddy Collapsed at Her Resi? dence When Told <>t" Engagement. Because, a is -aid. tin- young; \vo-| mn n !<? whom Ii" was engaged .?ml-! dciily changed In r tntnd and decided t,, hecutue the wife of another, John w. Priddy, Jr., inanugci of tin- Con-| itncntal Casualty Company, has dis* appeared from the city, and the gruv-l , .-i tears tire entertained as to his! r-afut.v. Although the matter has been I reported to the police and a thorough I search uf the city lias been made-, nut the slightest trace of Ills whereabout.-' lias 1? ? n round, nor have Ills closest friends any Idea what his nations have beeil since Tuesdn} afternoon, when h< was >? , n to leave the ottlces of his company in tin American National It.ink Building The tu lief that his sudden departure was due to tin- love affail', the details' of which are well known to his friends, is strengthened hy the statement that iiln books nr. straight and his busi? ness In the liest condition. This was i',-itiv.ly stated to the police When the missing report was mad- by his , friend, .1. 1'. Oasliiotl. Up to two month:! .lite. Priddy. who lived at ?0 Bust Urace Street, was an employe of the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway Company, but resigned his pb*lti?ri there to become manager of the Continental Casualty Company,, when Jatnis \V. Tlnsley, who former? ly held Hie position, was promoted, r.ni: nueim-m Broken, It was shortly lifter his promotion that In- stlffercd* a mental shock ??< sevtirc that for several days lie did not know his b, st friend. When he filially recovered he told ihe story, it appears that for several months he had been] looking forward to hi.- marriage with th, young woman, who is a member ol a prominent family and lives on Monu? ment Avenue: that she had appeared to return his affections Iii every way. and had set mod deeply Interest! tl when he ti id her of his recent good fortune. lie was dum founded, however; when he called to Bec her one night and her mother exhibited a lur.u..- diamond ring and rather rudely broke the news to him that her daughtet was to wed another. I'tiddy Immediately fell Into a dead .'aim. lb- was hurriedly re? moved to) Murphy's) Hotel and then taken to nls boarding house. Later on he was called upon by the young girl's mother, who informed him that there had been a mistake, nnj that Iii r daughter would not marry the oth ? i man nfter all. This, however, was but a ruse to enable hint to regain his mental equilibrium, as he found nut so.in afterwards when he heard of her marriage, lit was then sent to West brook Sanatorium, where he spent ten days and then went to Ashland, the home of his family, for a short ret. He returned to his work last Monday, and Seemed to have thoroughly mast? ered hi-- feelings. Disappeared nn Tuesday. He returned to the office last Mon? day morning. On Tuesday he worked through the .lay as visual and secincd cheerful hi left about 2 o'clock In th.- afternoon. Nothing has been seen or him sine-, though the police of this and other eilte? are on the look out for him. la addition to the help enlisted from the police, friends In several cities have been not I tied nf ins! disappearance. Ills relatives fear that he Is bithei wandering about in a state ,,f insanity, or that in his des? pondent he has committed suicide. It'was suggested yesterday that he had enlisted In the army, but after an examination of the records of the local recruiting office, that was thought hardly possible. Marly this morning nothing had been heard of him. lie was .i man of quiet disposition and most exemplary habits. CAN'T GET QUORUM Dull, will II, Indued for Poor i nnuiiltfce Meeting. The Comriilttce on Relief of the roor fulled of a ij.um last night for the second time this week. Chairman Ornhrim llobson staled that Important contracts for supplies for the CHy He in, wi re ponding, nnd that the pay rolls foi the employes of the 'ristttu tlori vet, being held ti|> because of lack of committee action. He instruct? ed .-i-rii. nt-at-Arms Ruskell to call the committee each and every night hereiti'tei until the members consent t.. gel back .,n tin- job and attend to business if there la no quorum to? night, therefore, the committee will no , t oil Saturday night. Fulling then, i ? city Mtbrhey will be asked to n?l ylse whether legnl action can be taken . ttnday night, ami if nf>t the next call will go out for .Monday night. IrrpMteil for Trespass. Chnrlep Crump, a while man. was Mr, -l.d last night and locked tip In the Second Police station on tiiji charge of trespassing on the premises ? ? c T Dlckorsoh, 821 Kits! Broad Street Mr. Dlrkcrsoh stated thai the man was drunk ami had assaulted M uriner License. irrlSRC liens.- was issued In the . the lliistlncs I'nuri yrstrr Kdwnrrt r rtlank. of llenrleo county. -. Annie I'. Oners, or tills city. SUMMER RESORTS FIGHTING FLIES Dr. Flanhagan Finds Growing Antagonism t" Fnemy of Mankind! HOTELS NOW CLEANING UP State Good Road- Fund Realizes $50,000 From Automobile Liccn;e Virginia people have simply become sick tthd tired bf flics. This Is tho judgment of Dr. Roy K. rTannhgati, director of Inspections f'>r the State Health Department, who has. just re? turned from an oflb ial visit of Inspec? tion to every summer resort hotel In the State The fly. heretofore the mo-t conspicuous visitor to the hotci, Is be? ing banished from sight. At llrst the dining rooms were screened, so that the little nxllaaneo could not be seen by tho guests. But under Dr. Flanhagun's demands; the kitchens have also been screened, so that the germs of disease may not bo deposited on human food before It Is taken to the room where It Is to ho <nten. N"w. the fly Is an unwelcome visitor anywhere about a hotel Whore tho proprietors did not realise this, the fact has beun pointed out to them by the inspector. Itcdliccn I > phold. To the awakening "! public anti? pathy to the fly, Di\ l-'la imaga n at? tributes a largo part <>t the sue ? as of the warfare against typhoid fever.I People arc learning that stables are large breeding placed and art prevoht lng the production. Kvi'ryivhere, 11 Is iiotl cable that tin ;.- ,ir- fewer files this year than heretofore. Swatting campaigns have helped wonderfully, not only In reducing the number of females early In the season, but in bringing the Importance of the cam? paign to the public attention. Dr. l>Tatinagan finds that the summer hotels have Improved greatly. They have generally cleaned up and huvo adopted ah attitude toward sanitation winch is most gratifying The common drinking cup at springs lino been abolished, and in most cases pumps have been put in. o: will be before the beginning' of next season. It Is no long- : permitted In a hotel which pre? tends 10 cleanliness to dip cups oi glasses into springs In practically every case the pro1 prictors are willing to co-operate with the Inspector when dellliliuentH are tailed to their attention. Many faults Hie the result of old habits ? HELPS ROAD FUND l.nrge Income Received ThK \eiir l-'rom Licenses on lutomohllen. Close to $r,i>.'100 has already been realized this year by the good roads fund from the licensing of automo- | blies and kindred Income. A report prepared by Secretary 1. M. Hayes, of the office of the Secretary of the Commonwealth, shown t at tin.- re? ceipts fiom automobile licenses for 1912 have been $11,931*50; from ?balers' licenses, $1, ISO; from chauf? feurs. $i,SSfi: from motorcycles, $1. ISO.fiO. Total. $19.256. I'p to yesterday a total of f>.?fl? automobiles had been licensed In Vir? ginia this year. Commissioner of Agriculture Oeorge \v. K?lner, who in with rheumatism at his home on Floyd Avenue, Is re? ported as improving. MONEY FOR CAMPAIGN EMHcntlnl rbnl ( nntrlhittlnna Shall Itr In ill lairly D?te. Two dollar contributions were re? ceived yesterday :>c Tin- Times-Ols patch for thi tVllsonrMarshd.il cam? paign fund Thi fund has grown but slowly during tin past few days, s'ug gestlohs are made that the public docs not. perhaps lerstand how import? ant it Is that money for campaign pur? poses should ich the comm'ttoe early, so that it may know on what to depend and on what basis to plan Its operation! previously acknowledged .$62"- r.? ' \V. F- Adams . 1 00 H. 11. I.evy. M '. . 1 00 Total to diiti CHARTERS GRANTED Lincoln (71 mi ? ? Maximum ? a'p 155,000; ?So P-r Portsmouth, pr, is ' president and irVn Fi ? retdrj. N rl operate ? eenii ti The llnl?n Slii i Inc.). Brookne ?Hock, 95.000; ml Ii I W. L William?, vice-president, ni i nry-treaa?rf r ai? ? htrifl. Va. Purposi printing und puh l "ii tot? Rxchanjti Maximum capltn! J 1:000; $!> per ihiln Preston, Vn.: \V treasurer nnd r vllle; W .1 l"liii Purposesi i '?n? . merchandise ?ton The. Miner S>. Company ? tn<- i. capltnl stock * ' vnl?o, $M. ?' N Hiner, vi? e-pn ?I tary nnd treasilr Rtnuntnh, Va. P iipeiclaltlea liniler Amendment via Holding Corporal lap itf maximum t ,, \', ,0t? r>f f.iA i ? inc >. Norfolk. Va. lock $25.000; minimum. ?, W Fl. Tlinm.1?. J. n Council, vlce-l rer, nnd II, O. Avery.' Purposes: Own and PutiilshlnK Companv Va Maximum capita) im. $7.500; pur value, S'A ' Ilde nt: E R. Monro . thna II Steele, secre cneral maniR^r, Brook Condui t a general hing huslne?*. M irtliisvllle, Va. k 000. minimum, M n K"---cr. president. ? Mni>?ett secretary ra 1 mannst r, Mnrtins ? lireetor. Bafjett, Vn. hnli ?alu and retail nnd Manufacturing :: Inn, Va Mnxlmum minimum. $10.00?: j.iir II: er. president: P. O. C. II. Powers, ?eere ? > it A. rauver?all of . s: Manufacture of ?. 0 lt. Miner patents ri in the Dodson Norfolk, Va . reduc ? i ?toelt from ? 107,000 ? Cue of $100. I! You ?ra Traveling 1 his summer ami fall we will arrange Financial de? tails for YOU as we have for many other friends who have gone abroad this season. Our foreign exchange department is prepared ro buy and sell exchange and make telegraphic trans? fers to all parts of the world, and issues commercial ami travelers' letters of credit. We want to serve you in this most practical way. American National Bank RICHMOND, VA. puts kibosh on f?r? by mail Hitchcock's Anti-Affinity Ukase Now in Force al Richmond Post-Office. NEW OFFICES FOR VIRGINIA Department Establishes Sixteen NcW Stations and Discon? tinues Four Others. Th<- widely-reported nntlfllrtlng ukase I si tied last month by Postmas? ter-General llltchcockj If given a prominent position In the August edi? tion of the official postal guide, and Is now In force at the Richmond post office. It Is aimed particular!) at clandestine correspondence between youths and maidens of Impressionistic age. and seeks to eliminate the evils which follow In Its walte, by reserving tin- right to require every person re? ceiving mail at the general delivery window to furnish, lit writing name and address and reasons for preferring to be served ;it the general delivery. ".Minors calling at such offices." reads the rule, "may he requested to fur? nish the infot mutton indicated nhove and also the names of their part nts, In order that the parents may be hotl lied and have an opportunity to con? trol the delivery oj the inai: '' -bus Is young romance dealt a knockout blow by an unimaginative department, and the billot doux Indus? try wiped out at one fell swoop. Gen? eral delivery clerks have been in? structed to use their best Judgment and to submii to the postmaster any Included Mural DIslrletM. The rule Is male applicable hot alone , to eitles which maintain .1 carrier .-? rv|ce, but to small towns, and rural , postoffices as well. The department realizes that young love flourishes in] the byways and highways as well as In more thickly settled communities, and has framed this rub. for the ben ? 11" of oftlces which have no curler .?>? rvl'i ?? "Postmaster hi offices not having j carrier service may notify the parent* I of minors in ail Instances w here It ' appears that minors are calling at the gonoral delivery for mail ur.de ob jectlona'ule circumstances.'' Willie It Is the purpose of the tule to place obstacles In th. way of un? desirable eorrestior.der.ee between the youth of both sexes. It has also the : rtirther Object of hindering grown1 persons from using the gcuoral do llvery service for lmproi>cr purposes. These may note be required by the j postmaster. If circumstances Justify, to state their reasons for preferring to be served at the general delivery wind. 1 rather than at their street address. Ncii Pont-Omrc lor Virginia. The August guide announces the establishment of sixteen new post offices in the .?tute of Virginia. The ti'-w offices and the countp-s In which they nr..- situated arcs ?gee; Nelson; Blue Healing Springs) Cr.'Hg. IlrUtoi, Washington; (.?ilffieid. Tazewell; Col ley, Dickinson: Diamond QroVe, Brunswick; Hbadiy, Prince William, ilouchlnsi Montgomery; Lady, Glou? cester; Mfigotha. Northampton. Philips. Wise: Putnam. Russell; Reform, War? ren; Bewails Point, Norfolk. Walters, Isle of Wright, and West Augusta. Augusta. The seWalls Point office was formerly known us Pine Beuch The following post-oftlces In Vir? ginia have been discontinued: Borden. Shenundouh County, mall to be ad? dressed In the future to New Mot ket. 1!. K. D.; Cbments Wharf, Gloucester County, mall to he addressed now to Hayes Store; Plumpolnl, New Kent County, maid to he addresso 1 to West Point, ar.,1 Stevens ''nek. Gray ion County. Mall Intended for the last named office should be addressed in the future to Fries. R. F. D. Th. city of llnmpton hnr been given a sub? station. governor does some real work Seagirt. N. J . Auguat ?Por the flr?t time since, he b'came a presidential candi? date, Governor Wood row Wilson ?:o;c away to his room in the upper tlre.r of the H?m? mer caplfo! to-day and did what he termed '?rial work." Having caught up with his correspondence, the Governor delved Into books and psiicri which he at one time or another had laid a?ide for careful perusal, Me classified material for future speeches, and made an outline of the speech he will deliver at Williams Orove, Pa , August iirst address ol the campaign outside of New Jersey. I.. B. Miller, editor of the .Tewnh Warh.lt. ot New York, talked with the Oovernor about immigration to-do}'. Tho candidate explained his Mews fully, and Mr. Miller said on leaving that he was pleased with 1 h<. Interview. I Governor Wilson will make hi* first speeeh in New York City when he attends n dollar dinner of the Worklncmen's Wood row Wil? ton t'iuh on September morrow fnnerejsman Rnnsdell, of I Louisiana, hns nn appointment with Oover I nor Wilson Me Is expected 10 talk over I tlie Lakes-tO-the-Gulf waterway project. Fine Compliment Paid to Congressman Lamb (Special t<> The Tlmea-I)l?pntcli.) Washington, August --.?Captain John I.limb Kill 11 reception lit Ihe House 10-dny whlefci be dnulilleas ?III remember mnnv jenri. niter he 1 bus retired. I ale In ttie nfternoon ' he anked Ihe privilege of Inserting! , ti, ihe Congressional Record n Htsltmenl showing wliol ?he Com? mittee on Agriculture for titln yeur lias done. Congressman Maoni o< Illinois, the member v> lu> objects on principle to si mos I everything rose unit anldi "Reserving the right to object t *vl*h to any thnt no fnr iik I am co'ncerned the gentleman from Vir? ginia may insert anything be trlnhes In the record because Ol his long years of honorable nervier In this House." Thin v?n?> a token of the esteem In n bleb the retiring Congressman In held, nnd the House nPplnllded * Igorousi]. P. 11. Mcfi. Friday Bargain Sites All over the house to-day offer good dependa? ble merchandise at cut prices. Lots of things for yourself and boys. Investigate. Gans-Rady Company GOES TO JAIL Oil SECOND OFFENSE Magistrate Warns Samuel C. Gordon, Convicted on Speed? ing Charge. Dr. Enhlon O. Williams. State Health Commissioner, and Mrs. YV. Gordon Mc Cabc appeared as witnesses yesterday sgalnst Samuel C. Gordon, owner of ihe Shenandoah Oarage, who was tried before Magistrate It. A. Smith, on the charge of speeding. A fine of ?109 and costs wa.s imposed on Gordon, with the adbonitioh from Magistrate smith that a second offense meant n Jail scn tem e, Deputy \\". W. Sydnbr made the arrest. According to the testimony of wlt nesses, the defondant wnB operating his car on the Hermitage Ron ! 1 ist Monday at n speed of approximately forty miles an hour. A second car was following in the wake of Gordon's car. and the two were engaged In an ex iting race, according to witnesses Spch lias been the rate of speed ttt Which automobile owners have be.-n driving their curs in that section of the county tl ,.t residents along tho various turnpikes '.n the vicinity state that t la unsafe for women to drive horses when unaccompanied by male NOT HER SKIRT Ifiisl.nnd ilrfusea In llelleve Mrs, Jack? son Killed Herself In ' until. POllce Investigation yesterday after? noon and latfl night fulled to connect the dlsoappeqramie of Mrs. Ethel Jack? son. ,.; South I'ine Street, with the tattered ?k'rt and other evidences of ti tragedy that wen- found on the cana) bank Wednesday morning. Detective Wiley interviewed H. C, Jackson, hus? band of the missing woman, and show rH him the torn aklrt. He stated that if his wife had ever owned it spit of that i ol< r and texture he knew noth Iiik nbOllt it Two watchmen employed In a fac? tory near where the garment was found stated IfJ the detective that a won.an answering to the description i f .Nirs Jackson had spoken to them that night and had asked for shelter, which was refused her She t.,ik.d incoher? ently, they Hiti'i, of commuting sub I b before She would return home. -hoy did not know where .h.. went, biit were doubtful If she wot.- ,i i-klrt like thev one found on I lie cunnl bank. It is not the belief of the detectives that Mrs Jackson has committed sti' o'de. She had her husband arrested Tuesday night on the charge "f as? saulting her. Wednesday morning neither husband r.ot wife ftppeared In tlie Police Court. A rule was Issued for Mrs. Jackson and an attachment for her husband. Yesterday Jackson appeared when the case w: s called lie explained that ho did hot know the whereabouts of hl? wife. The case was continued to next Tuesday Tio- general belief Is that Mrs Jackson has left the city. ADVENTISTS HOLD SERVICE IN GAMP Illustrated Songs a Feature. Delegates Live in Tents at Park. While Illustrated lectures and ser? mons are events of frequent Ol curretb e In all cities, It remained for the Sev? enth Day Adventisls, In their annual' gospel-mi dlcnl camp meeting at Wil? liam Byrd Park, to turn the stnreoptt con to use in the illustration jf songs. At the opening session last night an audlnccc of 300 people was turned into darkness nt the close of the service, and astonished eyes witnessed scenes representing ' 'Greenland's Icy moun? tains and India's coral strand." while the choir rendered the words of the well-known song. Each line of the song had an appropriate picture to ac? company it. and during the three Man zas which w, re sung the audience hod performed before It a Journey as ex? tensive us that of Dante's imagina? tion. The. lecture of the evening wn? de? livered by ReV, J. W. Stone, president of the Virginia Conference He de scribed the work of the denomination In nil quarters of the nation. In the course of his. remarks Mr. Stone stated that the Seventh Hay Adveiitists had more missionaries nt work preaching than all other denominations in this country. Because of the fact that the meeting is Just opening, arrangements tor the speakers each day have not been made, hut a program har, been prepared giv? ing an outline of the order of events for .-ach day or the convention The tents for the camp, to the number ot fifty, have been pitched, and all details of sanitation and comfort attended to. Rev. J. If. N. Tindall. of this city. Is in charge of arrangements. Speakers of note will be brought to address tho meeting before adjournment on Sein, mber 1. Th following is the program for Hie successive days of the camp meeting: 5:30 A. M.?Rising bell. fi to i",:4", A. m. -Devotional meetings In the large pavilion. 7:1.". to S A. M.?Breakfast. 8:30 to 9 A. m?Morning worship In tents OiSO to 10:30 A. M.?Conference ses? sion and testimony study, ii A. M.?Preaching. 1 P. m?Dlnm r. 3 P. Mi?Gospel medical meetings. 4 p. m.?Missionary work. .*. P. m Youths' and children's meet? ings. 6 P. M ? Bunch. r,:so to 7 ir. P, M.?Private personal devol ion. 8 P. m. ? Preaching. fi:U> P. M.?Retiring bell &.JU -?. tUxeSti) lor sJlcnan. \ HELD HIM OP AT POINT OF PISTOL Negro Tells Police I low Two Highwaymen Robbed Him in Street. On complaint of Taylor Brown, -ol orcri. Warrants wrr- Issued last night tor Edward Ja< kson and John Warner, both coloroJ. charging them with holding liim up at the point pi a pistol and (aklhg fron, pis person .0 money, a watch valued at Jio a diamond valued nt tnoo When hu swofe "in the warrants; Brown i i that no wuh stopped by ihr two ne? groes on West Leigh early yesterday morning. A pistol was poked Into Ha lace and he was told to stand still until they went through hin clotht&. H was not until Brown thought himself tafe front the gun-men tnat he ventured to report the matter to the police. That wan after working hour* yesterday morning, am) he found that men answering life lescrlptlon ol the two who hud held him up were already under arroat, having bean placed m the Second Station by po? licemen Whit lock and Walker on a warrant sworn out by John Johnson. was read to the negroes in the Ppilt Station last r/giit. They t'>-.k it ..,., ? further scarcn of their effects fallt number of hold-ups tnnt hav.- bciitir'rerl recently In the We?t Knd. CLUB AT MIDLOTHIAN DenWrats i" OtganU? All fi\,-r < h,-trrtlrld ^ Comity, d In th? history AROUND THE WORLD CRUISE York. Westward February ?". 1913, from Sa Francisco 110 days?$669 up All necessary expenses Included. For details consult Tili: KICII.MO.VIJ TBAS'SFEIt < r>-. '.on Unat Mnln Street. Good Roofing and "Pearl" Roofing the Same. Gordon Metal Co, RICKMOND, VA. Richmond Corrugated Paper Company Manufacturer! CORRUGATED BOXES, WRAPPERS, PARTITIONS, Etc., H7-S10 N. Seventeenth St. Works, Office, Phone- Monroe- 327' Madison 7 >? 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