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ON MAL LOOP Plans Filed for General Trans? fer Point at Eighth an<l Franklin Streets. NEW COMMITTEE ORGANIZES Gilbert K. Pollock Chairman and Ordway Puller Suhchairman on Streets. Plana for centering the suburban ?tree! rar liiwn of Richmond at u general transfer point Were laid be? fore the Council Committee on Streets yesterday afternoon by General At? torney A. R Guigon, of the Virginia Railway and Power Company. The plans Include bringing the cars of th? First Street line from ?artori Heights Hinl Lakeside into Broad at Fitst. down Broad to Seventh, down Seventh to Franklin, along Frunkiln to Eighth, up Eighth to Broad, ,ir.rt buck along Broad to First Street; operating the Highland Park cars down Seventy, across Broad, around the same loop, and the ears from South Richmond from Seventh Street into Franklin, then to Eighth, thence to Broad, to Seventh, .-md return by the present route Captain Guigon explained that In order to make the proposed loop a franchise would havi to be granted tor the single- east-bound track In franklin Street from Seventh to eighth Street Broad street ( roaa-Overa. What he wanted ?t once, hoWevt r, was for the committee to sanction the plan proposed by permitting the lay? ing of the elaborate special connec? tion curves and cross-bvera at Seventh and Broad Streets In connection with thi present repavihg of Broad Street It would take son..- time to male thps* special curv.-s and cross-overs, and h'i was unwilling to cut Into the new smooth paving at this point Jus' after It lias loen completed: He explained that there was already such < >ng< -- tlon of cars on Main Street between Seventh and Eighth that It would hot be practicable to extend the loop ser? vice to Main Streit. The matter was referred Id a aub-comttilttee consisting of Messrs. Mills. Rowers and Polio with instructions to report at the tegu? lar meeting of the committee next Monday ifrterhoon ai " o'clock. ( otnmlttee OrgonUcs. The committee was called to ord< r nt ii o'clock by City Clerk Ben T. August, and was the Urn of the com mltteea of the hew Council to organize, Councilman Gilbert K Pollock waa rlvci-d chairman and Alderman Ordw ay Pullet sub-chairman, The committee determined upon the sixteenth and twenty-eighth of each month as Its regular rr.e, ting d-?tc. .-x-ept wr? those dates fall on Saturday or Sunday, wh.-n the meeting will be held on the following Monday It was decided that hereafter meetings of the committee would be at o'clock instead of 6. The committee recommended to the Council, at the request of City Engi? neer Boiling; a transfer of "00 from the bond issue for sewer l to th'r con? struction of certain special sewers which the engineer atoted Were Urgent, STATE COMMITTEE TO MEET T0-NI6HT Primary Rules May Be Under Consideration?Consider Situation. The State Democratic Committee < will meet at S o'clock to-night at : Murphy'i Hotel, upon the call of Chair? man J, Taylor Eilyson. Tills will be | the first meeting since the State Dem- | ocratlc Convention held Iti Norfolk in May. At that time the committee Adopted a primary plan Intended to e cord with the new Ryrd law. But It A Sick Man i| Writes Or. Hart man About Kidney l>t^ fllSe. A v; c n tlcntan ! nrite- mo: "I wa greatly interested j in your article dc describing the Kauffman case "f I serious disease of | the kidneys. The des? riptiori of his i asc exactly out? line my condi? tion I am sure if Peruna i ired him u* vou say, it; S B Hartman, M D. . ' ""j !"? .1 am losing flesh rapidly, ihd the doctors say I have every symptom of Hii flit's disease of the kidneys, II you think 1 would be bene? fited !>y Peruna I will certainly try some, i - the doctors have practically given mej up, the same as thev did liim. I | Jn reply I wish to "say, lirr.t. that I nevet make any promises as t,, what Peruna! will cure. No physician can make; |k?si live statements ??( that sort I ran say this much, however, if I were in your place I should ccrtainlj give Peruna a, trial. I know of no other remedy that would !? ?> likely to be oi ti-e to you in your present condition as Peruna. Take a tablespoonful before each meal an<l at bedtime. Continue ?Iii- for two or three! wec k-, and then if there is anything you wish to ask me further write me and 11 will give your leitet prompt attention. II I und tint the Peruna is hot helping you l will lie perfectly frank and tell you so, for I would hut have you take Peruna j unless it wis really helping you But.it, has rescued m, many <.,-<?- <.i kidney dis? ease thai I iini quite confident yoti will I hnd it exactly stilted to your case, ' Kidn, ;. di ease begins with ? atarrh of the kidneys Peruna i- a i itarrh remedy. Unless the destruction of the kidneys i already too vjre.it Peruna relieves the ( i tairh and the cause of the kidney disease is removed. I shall anxiously await a report of your: < ise, Rcmei.all letters arc sa< cdly confidential. I never um- any one's name or address without hi? written consent.! My correspondence is absolutely private.. Peruna i- for sale .it all dr:^ stores ; SPECIAL NOTICE.?Many : are making inquiries for the old time Pe tuna. To Euch would say. tlii- formula j I .'. put out under the name of K.\-; TAR-NO, manufactured bv KA-TAR-1 NO Company, Columbus, Ohio. Write them .iiul they will be pleased to send you a free booklet. was not adopted by the tonventlon '.'?s- the reason that ti e committee on resolutions recommended that It be ?sent back to fie state committee with Instructions to adopt a plan conform? ing to the law. In that meeting a protest was made by Congressman William A. Jones, j ? ?? member1 of the committee on reso? lutions from the First District, to the effect that negroes would be allowed to vote tinder ihe new law issue was taki h by Senator E. C Koikes, com mttteemah from the Thlr.i District. An unofficial opinion recently r?n lered by Attorney-General .Samuel W. Williams and published In The Times Dispatch last Sunday seems to settle the point?..t ;.-a^t it wa.? accepted by the judges of election III Tuesday's primary In Rleimond, and will he ae epted. It Is understood, by the Judizes In the fourth District primary to be ??? Id Sei tember 21. Judge Williams thinks that, tak!:,? all the laws and rules into consideration, no negro can vote in ii primary held by the Demo? cratic party In Virginia: No particular contest come? before the committee to-night, but a row is alwayi a possibility. Th?- committee will consider conditions In the Stale as regards the national ticket Campaign f ..ntrliMitlon?. 1.-.' r:-;??.:?.>; . ;r. -, ?? ?' letter from th- treasurer of the Democratic V?-:?r..v. .rr.i-tH. .rfir.g that & vlgoroui effort be rr.aie to r^ite funds fe.r the neces? sary exper.ies of the Wllton-Marshali esm ; ilgn 11 1? oolnted out thai the Republican pi.rty ha? unlimited wealth at its command. tht rj.me.rrat? are relying on an.r.i! Contributions from the people. The Times*Dispatch has received the foi lowjna: \ lously .-. ckRowledged.|KJ 51 John H Hedd. Sr. 1 ?] Total.|?6fll ASK FOR CHARTER FOR GINTER PARK Town Wants to Incorporate and So Secure Public Improvements. A committee, ?f Heven hosldents of Hinter Park was appointed at a meet? ing "I tM Gihtej V.ir'. ClllSI !'.:' A*SO elation Tuesday night for the purpose i>f presenting to the Henrlco County CIrc?lt Court at It- October session a petition for th- town s Incorporation. The st-p was taken lifter thorough dls cusslun oh tin- part ol the rhethbers <>f the association. EVery solo of th'- pro. posed Incorporation ?ras' examined, atnl It was the uniform opinion of those present that the move Would be for the best Interests ol the community. ? ilnter Park Includes a territory of ? onsiderable size north of the city lim? its. Its population might be placed at 1.100 souls on a conservative esti? mate. Ta>.a- b property to the approx? imate value of Jl.300,000 Is inclosed within the boundaries of the proposed Incorporation. The citizens who are pushing the movement conti mplate tin- malnte nance of- parks, the establishment 01 a lire department, with a motor chemical wagon to answer alarms, and other public Improvements. Th" Incorpora? tion of the town v..,.iid enable greater efficiency to be obtained In carrying out such projects taan under the pres? ent plan of organization. John Garland l'ollard, who presided over tip- meeting, on motion, appointed the following six men to serve with himself, on tn-- committee to pr/sent tin- matter to the Circuit Court: M. J. Tultor.. chairman; Christopher B. Gar nctt, M. il Gllliam. John a. Egglestoh, G.orge N. Kklpwlth and G. Carlton Jackson, FINE SHOWiNG IS MADE BY BLUES Eig Attendance at Inspection. Band Sergeant Overcome by Heat. A crowded gallery last night wit? nessed the annual state Inspection at the Blues Armory. The Held and staff Officers, noncommissioned staff, color guard band and Companies A and B all lined up in full dress before Lieu? tenant-Colonel Jo Lane Stern, w-.to subjected the men to his customary | rigid scrutiny. A record of 100 per cent was score 1 j by the field and noncommissioned staffs, the color guard and band. A similar mark was given to the papers j and property of Companies A ar.d B. Which were inspected yesterday after- ! noon. Th? company attendance was ; up to the standard, two men being reported absent from Company A and i three men from Company B. Heat 1'roMrme? SerRennt. Sergeant Samuel Edeson. of the band, was ove.rcome by heat In the rr.ltlst of the Inspection by Lieutenant Colonel Stern, ar.d fell to the floor In a dead faint. He was carried to tue east balcony, where ten minutes of vigorous fanning and a Judicious use of Ice water stood him up on end once more. a physician who was present among the spectators ran to the sergeants aid, but there was no need for medical assistance. After an absence of fifteen minutes. Sergeant ndejon rejoined the band and passed the Inspection. Companies C and D will report for the Inspection to-night Aiding Lleu ter-ar.l-Co'.onel Stern were Major E. W. Bowles. Captain Joseph LeMasurior. adjutant. Captain T. B McDowell and Captain R. M. Bidgood. Prisoner Violates I'urolc. The penitentiary authorities yester? day asked the police to look for Minnie Adams, colored, charged with violating her parole, a reward of $20 has been offered for her capture. Joe Arthur, colored, another peni? le-1 lay prisoner, escaped from the Statt- Farm. Twenty dollars reward has ulso been offered for him Could you play anything on an ordinary piano? NO? Wei', you CAN piny anything you wish i: yoti have THE <ER-PLAYER TRADE NAKK PIANO num. hm one \vc can trinkt good if ypti will give us the chance to prove it. Priced to compete with any real good i'i.mo. Terms will suit, too. Mad. 2586. 213 K. Broad. Visitors to Midway Will Have Choice of Numerous .Free Performances. iloro people, rh >re s..ows, mop fun Ct?r everybody is th* M"i..in of Frod Li ton'-'essionalre in Charge of the amusement features alt the coming state Fair, which D-gins October When the midway, with all its accou? trements, stuhds arrived at the Fair Grounds, ready for the commencement of performances, there will bo gath? ered a coterie of entertainers irom *iil over the world, with attractions of ex? treme interest for the public. Two hundred people will take part in a representation uf th? destruction of the Spanish Armada; This produc? tion will k- given with the aid ot fireworks. The display of pyrotech? nics will be greater thai, ever before. In addition there will be amusements for all grades of taste. Mtr.e. \\ Uttel niina. Wright Calvert. the gnat prlma donna, will bu there to entertain the musically critical. Harry Henry, the man wlo sings to beat the band; and the Mace-Gay company of soloists will divide the musical honors with the prlma donna The Fill is family, with their trained horses; the Five Flying Boys, ine Patte Diving Giri*, Hardy, King of the Air; Hutclieson. the bal? loon man: CDira, the girl motorcyclist; and the Babkar troupe of Arabs will ?T.11 he on th? midway for the delecta? tion of the throngs. The aggregation will be aided and abetted by trie Her schoff Company >f Russian Dancers. These attractions will be provided by the management without charge to the public Only three days remain for entries In the women's department, the stock, horticultural, flowers and dairy exhib? its. The entries in these competitions cl >se Saturday. Entries may be listed for the farm products, poultry and manufactures exhibits up to as late as Friday, September 20. The aim of the manager? of the fair this year Is to make the event a highly educational one in all department?. F.special stress will be placed on the exhibits of poultry, stock and manu? factures. Director Splllmnn says that practically all the space in the Indus? trial r.uildtng is taken. A number ot highly interesting manufncturlng ex? hibits have been listed. "Ye Colonial" Tea Service Set 24 PIECES This set is of special Colonial design, and each piece decorated with a scene from the time of the Pilgrim Fathers. Fach set is fully guaranteed by the manufacturer and ourselves. You cannot dupli? cate these sets in any store for less than three times the amount we offer them to you. The set consists of one tea pot, one covered sugar bowl, one cream pitcher, one 10X-inch cake tray, six 6#-inch breakfast plates or tea plates, six cups and six saucers--a total of 24 pieces. $8.00 Tea Set For 25 Daisy Bread Labels and $2.49 For the purpose o( offering our customers on inducement to use DAISY BREAD exclusively, wa give you the opportunity to secure one of hese beautliul $S.OO Colonial Design "Pilgrim Father" 24-piece Tea Sets for less than they cost us in carload lots direct from tiic manufacturer How You Can Get a Set Buy DAISY BREAD. Save the labels until you pet 25 label* no other labels will dot, and then bring o mail them to us with ' wo dollars (S2A0) and forty-nine cents and we will deliver a set t > you at you home. This is really less than the set cost? ui at the factory exclusive of freight, packing and handling, but having determined to male ? a liberal indue mcnt to get you to try DAISY BREAD long enough to make a good test of its Quality, we have prepared to make good this offer in evcrv respect. Begin to save DAISY BREAD I ? '???!- it once. Ask your grocer for it, and should he not have it in to ?:, phone US and we will give you Five labels free for your courtesy, thus leaving you only 20 labels] to make up this 25 necessary to the purchase of a set at the mere nominal price asked. This Offer is Limited and May Be Withdrawn as Soon as This Carload is Exhausted We are not assured by the manufacturers that our order may be repeated at the same price at which this first order was filled, and we urge you to be prompt in taking advantage of THIS OPPORTUNITY Do not delay. Daisy Bread is Delicious DAISY BREAD is the richc.-t, most wholesome and palatable bread, money, modern methods, pure materials and expert workmen can produce. Nothing has been left undone to make DAISY BREAD the very best on the market. g 6 East Leigh Street, Richmond, Virginia Phone Madison 1657 SAVE DAISY BREAD LABELS TYPHOID II STATE REDUCED BY HALF Physicians' Reports Show i.; Cases This Summer Against 3,icjS in 1911. EDUCATION IS THE SECRET Hopes ?i Health Workers Pull B?rne < )ut by Official Statistics. August statistics of typhoid Cover In Virginia, just received at the State I ?????! "t Health, shd compared with' the figure* for th. preceding two' months, show .1 decrease or 1.071 cases! from Hie record of 131:. and indicate! that .luring th.. past summer, typhoid in iura! Virginia has been cut in half. The result of the August tabulation was awaited with much interest by health officers. Figures for Juno and for July of the present year ha.l shown that there was far lews fever than in I'Jll, and there was hope that if the August figures were satisfactory, Vir? ginia might achieve a unique record reducing its typhoid fever. Some Hi -rn was felt, however, as several small outbreaks bad been reported in August, and its the season had not been especially favorable. The figures arranged yesterday, however, fully bore out th?. hopes of health workers. In Atlg?st, 1511, or.? physicians re? ported to the Board of Health 1.042 ' cases of typhoid. In August of the \ present year, on the same basis. 6S1 ? ' ip.s were reported. I As there was a reduction of 302 i cases in June. 1912 and 1.008 cases; in July, 1912, as compared with the, same months for the preceding year.' Hi. aggregate reduction for these has i been 1.071 cases from a total of 3.19S J cases In the three months of 1911. As these figures are from the reports' ? f less than hair the physicians in the j State, it Is believed that the total decrease In typhoid during the last three months; will r?ach 3.000 eases. Done I... Education. At the office of the Board of Health, the reduction in typhoid was freely discussed yesterday. "Speaking in round numbers. ' said an officer ..f the ?board, | it is safe to say that there Is not In Virginia to-day more than half as much typhoid fever as there was In 1911. Some of this decline, of course, is due to the comparative mild sea? son, but statistics from other States show that in the best and mildest seasons, the decrease is never more than twenty per cent below the nor? mal. The greater part of this decline must be attributed to the education of th.- people They have learned how typh id is spread and how It may b? prevented, and they are npplying. In their homes the fundamentals of sani? tation. One has only to traverse rural Virginia to see the great improvement In the crucial matters, sanitary out? buildings and sanitary wells. It Is a tribute to the people of Virginia that they have accepted the truths of mod? ern sanitation and .have achieved this record." "Tile full benefits of what has been done can only be r.-p.-nted by caro throughout the year. Neglect of Pre? cautions will always e followed by outbreaks, daily regard fot the few essentials will Insure pood health. If the Virginia pep:.- continue to Im? prove their methods of sewcrago dis? posal, their water supplies and their milk, we may expect still further de? clines In typhoid. Preventable disease is In direct proportion to carelessness. The field laboratory of the Board of Health, which has been located in Roanoke., has about finished its In? vestigations, but the experts of the board are still studying the outbreaks reported. PROTECT YOUNG GIRLS Equal suffrime League Wants Ape of f'?>n tehl Placed at Eighteen Years. At a meeting of the executive committee o! the Equal Suffrage Leg gm-, held on Tuesday last, the following resolution was pas?. d: Whereas, the matter of adequate legal protection of young girls lu Iltchmond and Virginia has been a subject of d?ep con? cern to fnembers of the Equal Sufiruge; and Whereas th* failure of the Legislature of 1MI to pass a Mil raisins the age of con? tent from fourteen to slxte. n years of a?e equally srhszed -md discouraged us? Therefore we drslre to express our appre elation of the movement recently Inaugu? rated by the Ministerial Union, the Juvenile Protective Society and the Mayor of the illy, and hereby heartily endorse the reso? lutions adopted by the Police Board of III, hrhond, recommending co-operation in petlttor.lng the Legislature of 1914. to ?0 amend the present statute as to make the use of consent for girls,In Virginia eighteen Instead ? fourteen years of age as at r.t Qualifications In < bancery. Willi.1 in Rueger qualified yesterday In the Chancery Court as the adminis? trator ot the estate of Charles a. Rueger. The estate is valued at |T, 000. J Sterling Taylor qualified as execu? tor of Roh.it A. Gllllam, The estate is valued at 14.100. Mr.-. Ida W LlpfOrd qualified as ad? ministrator of the estate of Arthur Carruthers. The estate Is valued at $1.200. Grace Ii. ?hepperson qualified ns ad? ministratrix of the estate of Alice B Shepperson The estate Is valued at J12.000. Judgment Entered. Judgment was entered yesterday In Hie Raw and Equity Court In the, case of wait.-r ti Oranger against John It. Schwartz for $33.251 Stuart Is Offered $250,000 For His Llk Garden 1 ands I Special to I lie 'l lnies-l>l.?l>iiteh.l Bristol, V?.. September II.?It In hinted here lo-nlght apparently on good authority that *?lft A- *'?.. the Chicago puckers, have offered Henry C. ?nuirt, (he Vlrnlnlii cattle King, 02(10,000 f'.r bis Elk Garden grn?lnit Winds, embracing 55,000 nerea In lliissell County, much of which 1b mountainous, tanl nil of which Is adapted to blue Krit*s. Mr. Stuart, Ii is said, luis made It price of fsO0,_ 000, and it N prohnble ?he denl ?III be '<.summnted on this bawl*.. *TJic slgulflennl fen lure of this propoNFil .leal." Haid ii prominent Enatern Virginia ?lock dealer tn nlKhl, -'Is Hint ll menna (lint the Mfl pnekers lire corilnu direct to the soil. In my opinion," he con? tinued. 'Ihe diiy Im not distant when much of VlrKlnln'n . rn/lm lnnds ?III lie ;!??? properly of ?he hl? packers, mut Instead of dependlna altogether upon the farmers, thry Mill In the fill,ire produce Serf ciil tlo for ?liclr piiekliiK plant* upon' their onvn lnnds." x\xx\xxx^;ssv WW-.Y XX XXXXxXXXXXXXXXXXXX VXXX\%.X\\V .\A\W\W \T ?? CASTORIA for infants and Children. Cnstoria Is a harmless substitute lor Castor Oil. Paro? gorlc, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant* 11 contains neither opium, Morphine nor other Nnr eotlc suhstanco. it destroys W orms ami allays Fever Lshnoss. H relieves Constipation, \\ bid Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhoea. It. regulates tlio Stoinneli nn<l Bowels, giving health)' and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea ? The mother's Friend. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tho Signature of In Use For Over 30 Years. News of South Richmond South Richmond nu-eau. i The Times-Dispatch. 10? Hull .Street. Phone Madison ITS. | Chesterfield Chapter. Untied Daughter! if. the Confederacy, will he well repr.-s, nted nt the get.eral convention of the order to b< held ::i Washington in November if pres? ent j,;an> are tarried out. it 1? thought that an excursion could he run on the day i of the laying of the Arlington Monument' < orner-f tone, and with this end la view a committee win wait upon the Richmond. Frederlcksburg nn! Potomac Kallroxd offl-j cials. Mi?s Alle. B?hmer Rudd and Miss Cor- i d< Ha Hancock were recently elected to rep? resent the cKapter at the annual State eon- ' ventton at Norfolk October 5. Miss. MaMMa Nortteet and Mrs George p?ul wer-- appoint cd as alternate*. While In .Norfolk u large i Confederate flan will be presented to the' hoste?? chapter by tho Southilde chapter. Mr.- W. E. Drew, Mr?. E. It. Tralntim. Mrs.; All-n und Misses Rronough and Itudd were appointed as a committee to purchase this flag ami I* '. i'U'. ? r on.-s to : ?? i-.a.-V. over graves of Confederates In Maury Ceme? tery. In the near future the annual basket pic-1 ntc for the Confederate veterans will bo held at Chesterfield Courthouse. The speak? ers and date will be decided at the next meeting of the ehapter. \THh Southilde Police. R. L. Trent was arrested last night on a charge of being drunk and disorderly on the public streets. lie was taken to tho Third Station, where ho was '.at.'r charged with th*. same offenso on a Richmond-Pe? tersburg car. He was held without ball for apt>< .lratie.- before Justice It. a. Maurice this morning. W. 11. Davis and several boys In his em? ploye were summoned to court yesterday by officer Dtinnlv-ant They arc charged with covering too much territory whll? selling tlsh on Southilde streets'' Their case was set for September 15 Continues Wife-Beat lag Cusc. Justice II. A. Maurice yesterday continued the case of J. W. Morgan, charged with Ill-treating his wife, until to-morrow morn? ing. This was done ween It was found that several material points could not fas taken up untt: other witnesses were sum? moned. Morgan Is ? machinist nnd has been liv? ing with his wire and two small t-hlldren lit UM McDanough Street. Ho Is charged with beating his wife nnr! with driving her from their home. Mrs Morgan exhibited a badly blackened eye and several ugly bruises upon her far,- ac,i arms, which she claims w, re inflicted by her husband. Lee Must Support Family. R. II. L,ee. a machinist, employed at the South-rn shop?, was yesterday Ordered to contribute $10 a week towards the support of his Wife and tnititly. a bond of jj - tat twelve months to enforce the order was re? quired. Cnptaui Wright on Furlough. Captain A. S Wright, of the Third Dis? trict, started yesterday on his furlough. Ho will leave this afternoon for New York Ke foro returning to his duties he will visit' friends in Philadelphia and Atlantic City.. Ho expects to he gone about two weeks. Captain T W Mpscomb, who lias been serving In the capacity of desk sergeant flnco the reorganisation of the Southilde police. Is In charge of the district during the absence of Captain Wright. He is stilt nt'endlng to his disk duties with street nun acting as relief during certain hours when his presence outside is necessary. "tmonpeltri Bum Property. August slmonpelirl yesterday acquired two Pieces of Southslde property, according to deed? of bargain and aale recorded In Hust? ings Court. Part It The larger of the pieces of property 111 torated on the north line of Hull Street be? tween Thirteenth and Fourteenth, with a tage ol thirty feel It was purchaicd from Fnraui'l Meyer, who now us"s the pr?m^ tses as a department store. Threo small houses and lots, known aa 1"> and ."IT TVc.itur Street, were als'i Sought by Mr. Slmohpelfrl. The lots have a total frontage of seventy-eight feet. Thej prl-o paid for the property is placed at S13.IV*}. Persona] .Mention. Harry Deltrlca. o: Alexandria. Is spendin* his vacation with his parents on Bainbrldgo Street. Marshall W Bevlll and wife left yesterday, for Chicago, where they expect to remain about a week. Mr slid Mrs W. B. Latum, Mrs C. H. Dorsett and Miss Mae Dorset, of Greensboro, are the guests of Mrs. P.. 1". Ellington. PLAN WETC?(VIE FOR UIS1T0RS Mayor Ainslie and Chamber of Commerce to Join in Enter? taining Philadelphians. Philadelphia, boosters, who trawl tin? der the title of the "fourth I'll Had-1 phld Trade Expansion Excursion." will Visit the cities of Virginia and North Carolina this fall and will be oitieialiy, received here by Mayor Alnslle and a. ommlttee of the Chamber of Com ruerce. R. A. Dunlop, secretary of tho Chamber of Cjtnmercc. received a few days ago a. letter from C. W. Summer fleld, .secretary of the Ceiitrui Philadel? phia Trade! Expansion Committee, ask? ing tor tin- name of Richmond's new Mayor. In order that Mayor Blanken? burg, of Philadelphia, might cjmmutn j cute with him in regard to the tour of the Philadelphia boosters. The ex bei .iate for the trip has not yet been fixed, but a special tratnlojd of Phllu delphians will make a stop hert. Mr. Dunlop wrote assuring .Mr Summerfleld >f the co-operation of the Chamber or: Commerce in an appropriate welcome for the visitors, uaking for a copy o? the program, with dates. a.s soon as it |m Issued. Mayor Ainslle wrote u Mr. Sumraerfleld yesterday, atter confer? ring with Mr. Dunlop. assuring him oC his wllilnghess to co-operate with local, committees of the business organiza? tions In making the visit >f the Gen? eral Philadelphia Trade Expansion Committee pleasant nn.l agreeable. Tho visitors win probably arrive in N .vember and win b>- welcomed by Mayor Alnslle. Plans are on foot for a luncheon o be tendered by the local business organizations, a motor car tour of the city and other features more or lets dependent on the time the visitors will consent t> remain here. Rummage cute. The beard of managers o.' the Retreat for the Sl' k win hold a rummage sale at .' His; Main Street, beginning on Monday and extending through tho week. The wo? men hope that the public will not only pat rootle the ?a!p, but will send contribu? tions. Cut off one-third IIJGff cost of living for crredl foai Washington Crisps, from field to home, never Loueh human hunda?everything done by automatic machinery. (TSf) ? Ft>sxt in tttr ITOMT.S of his Cov*ttrrtr&am NEVV* STOCK SELECTED AT THE FACTORIES rv our MR. R. 0, FERGU330N. Prices the lowest. Terms to suit the customer, a small cash pay. merit and balance weekly or monthly. Bargains In Upright Pianos, Sieo, ?i2n, ?t.v>. Squares, gis. Grands 87.10. FERGUSSON BROS., 211 W. Broad Street. Between Jefferson and Madison. Piano Factory Phone. Madison JSIJ.