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OF Latest Fashions IN .. MILLINER Y.. Our Elaborate and Fascinating Showing of Springtime Millinery T or the extravagantly beautiful styles of the new F rench model hats?artistic, versatile Paris has delved back into the art treasure of French history and especially the peiiod immortalized by Antoine Watteau. Also, her great modistes have brought forward styles reminiscent of the days of DuBarri, Pompadour and Marie Antoinette?the courtliest days of France? and they have culled from those periods the daintiest, most picturesque and most bewitching styles of all. BUT, THE NEW TAILORED HATS, on the contrary, show an utter freedom from any trammeling periods. Prom them Fashion has drawn upon her most modern creative power to evolve new, inde pendent and wonderously jaunty things. Just a Few of the Salient New Style'Features \ou Will See To-Day Susan Talbot?Hig'h crown sailors; smart, becoming*, different. Madam Louison?Luills that stand up straight. Madam Lewis?Bows and trellised flowers over crowns and brims. Madam Berthe?Darlingly chic moire bandeaux and bows. Evelyne Varon?Luxuriant flowers and ostrich. Georgette?High; crown bands, banked with flowers and ribbons. The Hats Made in Our Own Work-Room Show the inspiration of fine Paris models. Usually they are fashionably small, of fine Milan hemp or split straw. And there are the new oblong turbans, straight turbans; round hats with double brims, tricornes and narrow trimmed sailors. The new Ribbon Hats bid fail' to become great favorites. You A re Cordially Invited to See These Hats To-Day Corner Fourth un<l Broad sAcxu fmcvrvrv^N < Corner Fourth and Broad Mrs Jack Camp, ? f Florida, who has Im fii the truest of lit .- cousins, Mr. and ' Mre. Milby l.loyd. at their home In rlil> city, loft latil evening for the! ^'outli. Mrs. Camp has be<>n Spending ! somo time visiting relatives In \'ir- j xintii, and can.'- I ?? Richmond from Suffolk, where she has been t"f th* past several weeks* At the Art Club. The Itlght 1\ev. E>. .1. O'Connell, ItlMhop of Richmond, will address the members of the Art Club ol' ltichmond and their friends this afternoon at [ i ;10 o'clock, his subject being; Michael ' Angelo's paint ins: of the "Last .Iu<Ik ment" and the celling decoration in i Hopkins Furniture Co. 7 West Broad Street CASH OR CREDIT Children's School d|1 Shoes k ALBERT STEIN j Cor, 5th and Broad Sts. tlv Sis-tine Chap-1. Hishop O't'onnell . is a lifted and charming speaker, an?l t\> club r.mms will t>. rruwdoii with , numbers and guests to I; ear him I >ecoratlons will I" ii; bowls of spring Mowers, ami tea will Ik- poured by the Iiouk" committee following the 1<' tur? S. \V. Meek, who is oliainnnii of the afternoon, \\tll introduce tlie speaker. Al flir Woman'* ( lull. Mr.*- A. 15. Guicon was chairman of ;i brilliant musical held yesterday af ternoon at the Woman's Club. Mrs. Hamilton .Smith, contralto, and Miss Louis- Marker, pianist, rendering the program. Tli-i clnl? parlors were erowded to 111? t doors to hear tin i< - cital. Mrs. Smith, whoso voice is rich and" golden, is a llnished artist. She has histrionic ability and a dramatic presenco thai make lu-r .singing per fectly charming. Slu will take sev ernl solo parts- in "Angels in Art" in April. Miss Barker Is a pianist of rare accomplishment, and her audience was most enthusiastic In its applause. Mrs. Smith sang "Annie Laurie" as an en core and Miss llarker rendered a charming composition written by Pro- ; fessor F. C'. Ilahr. it was perhaps the j best musical that has been held at the ; club in many months. The following program was ren dered : (a) "Kecitativo e Cavatina." from "Tancredl" Itossini 1 <b) "N'ur, wer die Sehnsueht kennt.'' Tfcchaikowsky ic) "Si votis n'avez rien a tne ilirc," Maroness Rothschild (d) "Sombrero-' Chaminadc Mrs. Smith. l'olonaiac, 13 flat minor....... Chopin Miss Marker. "O inn Lyro immortelle," from "Sappho" Gounod Mrs. Smith. (a) "The Worldly Hope Men Set Their Hearts Upon," from "The Persian Garden". . Liza l.ehmann (b) "Thoughts Have Wings" Liza Lehman ii (c) "The Loaves and the Wind".... Franco Leoni Mrs. Smith. Sixiii Hungarian Rhapsodic Liszt Miss Marker, (a) Habanera; (bi Sequedilla, "Car men" Mlzet IVirs. Smith. Mxrlittiier Olllcer*. The annual meeting of the board of managers of the Richmond IOxchango for Woman's Work was held at tlie ex change on Friday. The following otli cers were elected for the ensuing year: Mrs. Henry T. Wlckham, president; Mrs. G. Randolph Cannon, first vice president; Mrs. Horace Itawca, sec ond vice-president; Mrs. Thomas F JeffresH, third vice-president; Mrs. Henry O. Maskervill, corresponding secretary; Miss Fannie 13. Munford, re cordlng secretary; Mrs. W. S. Donnan, treasurer, and tho men elected mem bers of the advisory board at the same time incltid* II Cannon. 11 >r;n? Hawes, .J. .lord.m Leake, Henry T. Wiekham and C'olcnian Wortham. T!." w-.rlc <>f t}' i-vi'h.111m? ? is a very u ld? ami .s|il"!s(lid i?: < . tilling a nerd in tli< city that has become an abso lute riecej- sit; All <>f the reports ren dered 1'iiil.i;- kIiuii'ciI th?- organization to he in excellent condition ami $10. o$ has b?-' i paid out tw workers duriiiK the past ? i-ar. Mimical 'I'en Tlil.s \ fternooii. Madai.i N> 11.--K".-1< :? \'. .11 resume her musical teas at her studio at the Man over this afternoon I'roni 4:to C o'clock. A proirram that will Include tomn verv eharmimr ohi-lashione?l tonvs aiul ballads will l>e given by A SKIH OF BEAUU IS A JOY FOREVER Dr. T. FELIX GOURAUD'S ORIENTAL CREAM OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER 8.9 = Removr* Tan. Pim ples, Krfck 1 e *, Moth Patches.R??h and Skin Diseases, and every blemish on bea\itv, and de foe* detection. It has stood the test of (16 yrnts, and is so harmless we taste it to be sine it ia properly made. Ac cept no counterfeit of similar n n m e Dr. I.. A. Savre said to ? lady of theliautton (a pntii'nt): "An you Indies will use them. 1 re coMitnriid'Coiirmrt's Crcjni'ns the least harmful ofa!l the skin prepauitisxs.'* At druggists and Department Stores. Fird. T. Hopkins & Son, Prsps., 37 Great Jtnai St.,N.Y.C. Direct Action 'Hid only Gas liango that utilizes nil (he lieat. I'ays l'or itself. RYAN SMITH HAMMOND "Flowers of Guaranteed Freshness." Tel. Madiscr. 630. pupils nf Madam Foster, and tea will i 1>.? -?? t-\ 1 ;ii the conclusion of the \ musical. N>n|inr( Nous Wedding. A v. : quiet wedding u>im. pl.t' C at ! m*i\ i?n Saturday afternoon at t home ot tin bride, Twenty-ninth Street, Newport NVwx, when Miss lia\ < >!a An tin, daughter of J \V. Austin, 1 "f W ill i .t ii> I hi , became the bride of j ? lortlon Weyburn. He v. '.Mr. Davis, pas tor of the Trinity M. ihodist Church, performed the ceremony. In the pres ence of a lew relatives and friendt% ami the parlors were decorated with potted plants, ferns and dowers. The bride wore a lrav< ling suit ..f blue evponagc. with hat ami gloves! to e??' res pond, and earrh 1 a shower , bouquet of lilies of the valley. Tli< hriilal party eut.-red* the room to the strains < f the wedding march from "Lohengrin," ami "? > Promise Me" \\:is softlv rendered during the ceremony. Mr. Weybnn i-- a graduate of tlie University of Ciiicago. lie is a native of Chicago, hut moved to 1'ichtnond four years ago, and ;i year ago came to Newport News, ile is a musician. Immediately after the ceremony Air. and >!rs. Wtyinirn left for Atlanta, where they v. Ml \ i? -it Mr. Weyhutn's parents for several weeks. Upon their return to Newport News thee will make their home at -'? Twenty-ninth street. Mreliinc This Afternoon. Circle No Ml Saints Kpi.-copn Church, will met t this alt moon at 1 o'clock at the resilience of Mr< ilreanor N'eal, '.-.IT West C.rae,-Street. The ioe t ing Is a very important one, and all members of the circle are urged to attend. Muiinroek Tea. '('lie young girls of the l.aurcl Street Methodist Chtireii will give a "Sham rock Tea" In the lecture-room of the r-hnrcli this evening to which all mem bers of the congregation and their friends are cordially invited. An un usually interesting program has been nrra'.iged and decorations will be in Keeping with the celebration :>? the feast of St. l'atriek. In anil Out of Tonu, Mrs. August t'larke, of I'tica, N. A'., formerly Miss lOdith I'onnnn, of Uleli tnond, is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Allan Donnan, on Floyd Avenue. Mrs. William Hodges Mann and Mrs. Patrick Hamilton have returned to Pe tersburg, .after a brief stay in Rich mond. Mrs. Tl. O. Fravel, who lias been the guest of her sister, Mrs. S. T. Nichol son, in Haltimore, for the past month, has returned to her home on West Avenue. Harry Andrews, of Newport News, is the guest of friends here for several days. Mrs. James liell MeCloud, of this city, Is visiting her sister. Mrs. Cecil Bll lups, in Norfolk. Mrs Mary I'aco (Ironcr, of N \\ Vork. is t1 ?? guest of 11? r parents. Mr itinl Mrs Jaini.H I'-, I'ace, on 'irove An* nue. Mrs. Miller and Miss Salllo Miller. Huntington. \V. Vn., tir* visiting .1:?its?? fl. Tiiisley at lils home, "I'lc'iueiioeitue,'* near (ijwii Mr. and Mrs- lipori!'' Brewster have returned to their homo in New York, after a visit to tlie tatter's mother, Mrs. Robert Rusher, at 2 East Kraiiklin Street. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Levy and I?eo Levy have gone to Atlantic City. Miss Luev Kdmotulson. of Staunton, is visiting relatives In Richmond for several weeks. Miss Dallas Loo I?? ft town on Satur day for Baltimore, where she will spend a week with friends. Lee Kord,, of this city. i.-* spending a short time as tli.? guest of friends in Newport News. Mrs. I" \. Saunders, III.. is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. It. C. tjuinti, in Lynchburg for ton days. Miss Mary I'. < 'heatwood, who wa:> operated ?)?: Saturday at Crace Hos pital, i.s now improving. Miss Loulie Milliliter ha- return >1 to her liome in Clnter f'ark, after a \ isit to New York and Philadelphia. Mrs. Murray M. Mc'Iulre iia.s re. turned to the < ity. after vlsitin_ . ' 'harlottesvllle, Lynchburg and Wash ington in fl INSTANTLY KILLED Famous Naturalist Meets Death in Automobile Accident With Daughter. i Kdinburzh, Scotland. March 1 Sir John Murray, the noted naturalist and oceanngrapher, was killed to-day r.rwr his home, Challenger Lodge, in a mo tor ear accident, which occurred while Ills daughter, Khoda, was driving. Sir John was returning from a visit to CJlasgow, accompanied l>y his daugh ter and chauffeur Miss Murray, who was at the wheel, took a road which was used as a short nit to the lodge. The car swerved, climbed a high bank and turned over. The occupants were thrown out and Sir John was Instant ly killed. The chauffeur was slightly injured. 1 ? ut Miss Murray was conveyed unconscious to a hospital. An exami nation, however, showed that her In juries were less serious than at lirst feared. Sir John Murray was born in 1 vl 1 at Coburg. Ontario, lie served as a naturalist on the historic voyage <>t' the Challenger during her scientific cruises lasting from 1S72 to 1S70. BRYAN'S HAMMER OUT FOR ROGER SULLIVAN I rgc* Illinois DrmmTiilN to C,ct, To gether uud I Inline People'* I'rlrml for Senator. \ Lincoln, Neb., March It.. In ;> signed editorial In his Commoner. William Jennings Bryan, Stcreiary ol' State, re turns to liis attack on Roger Sullivan ami tells the Peinocrats ol Illinois they must g. i togetliei or: ih< t'nltcd States seualorship If they would upsei the aspirations of the Sullivan forces. Th* fore-*:-, lie sa> s. are w. 11 versed in ilf art of political iiianipulation and \\ ill stand together. "Tin Petin < rats of Illinois who are opposed to t it i- ii i ii u tlie party over to special interest s." says Secretary Bryan, "should re-.ipni/- the import ance of getting together on .i candi date fur I'ni i ? d States s. . at or "Itogel Sullivan IIKlV be e.\|leete<l to marshal und- r lis banner every ele ment int- rested in misuse ?.r govern ment. There will be it" division in their ranks; knowing that tloy con stitute a minority they will be held together by instinct ol self-preserva tion. There will not only be oo divi sion among favor-seeking forcss. but l lies'* forces WlN e.Velt t heillsel Ve> to divifle opposition by stimulating ambi tions and giving lalse encouragement to those whose vanity can be played upon. "Thosi who <lesirt lo see the great State of Illinois worthily represented ill the Baited Slates Senate should con fer and select a man most available and t"it entire progressive Pemocracy of i <? Stal? behind iiini X.* mar. s ambition should have weight in niak ing selection, and n.> man lit for tliis high honor will allow Ins aspirations to be cor -idcrcd. "Loyally to a cause is shown by willingness t" .sacritice for ii. and not I", desire t?? protit by it or through it. While it is entirely proper for any man to offer hire-. If for all oflice. liis choice should depend not upon his wishes, but upon (lie st ellglh lie is able to lend lo the cause he represents Vow is the time foi rnc to exhibit the virtue of pre!er: ing one another rather than as sert their ow ii claims "The future will have many honors to award to members of our party if Illinois is brought into the I lemocra l ic column. Those who make personal snerlllces now will lay up merit ami lie more eligible in future "Let no unseemly scramble rob the parly of its great opnort mity Tie progressive Pemocrat s of Illinois should get together and give the nation a man who e heart i- with the pie and who has courage to be their chain pi THE REINACHCO.Jnc. 107 broad STRSEl MILLIT'ERY?Women's and Misses' Outer Apparel. Mel)ougall Kitchen ( abincts and Detroit Jew?*l uas Ranges make sweet tempered house wives. JURGENS Adams and Broad. Spring arrivals of up-to-the-minute Colonial Pumps; kidney heels; all leathers, 83.00 to 9.1.00. IIroild at Third See This Sp ace Tu-Morrou). It W ill Tell of Unusual Values Arranged for Wednesday s ^ Quick Selling ^ PREPARE FOR BUIY ! IN NORTHERN SEAS Revenue Cutters Get Orders to Sail Soon for Alaskan Waters. Washington, March IS.?Now that tii?* winter cruising reason of the ves sels of the revenue cutter servlco is rapidly nearlng Its cud, only a little over two weeks of the active crusing ; time remaining, tiie oth-ials ? >f the ser- ! vice urn turning th'-lr attention to the j next important duties tl.o cutters will j have to perform, that of looking after ; shipping in Alaskan waters and In pro- i teeting the seal herds from raids by Japanese and other Illegal seal hunters who visit the Alaskan seal rookeries each spring and summer. i uders assigning otlicers to the ships! that will compose the Bering He;i fleet in the coming summer havo been is sued. and instructions sent t ? the com manding officers of the ships to put their commands In readiness to start north. Ttie first vessels to leave homo waters for the north will he tho new cutter 1'nalga. which Is under orders to sail April "0. She will ho followed closely by a large lleet of commercial j vessels. Heretofore 11?? <dd cutter Hear, which ? was originally a British steam whaling! ship, has had the honor of leading tin-j lleet on the Pacific to the northern waters, but this year she is to give place to the newer vessel, which is bet ter fitted for work in Ice. The Hear,! with the cutters T.ihoma and Manning, will closely follow the L'nalga to I Alaskan waters, they helm? scheduled I to leave Pacific coast ports May 1. 'In I'litrol \tiixkmi Water*. I'ruler the direction of the command- j inu ?.'licer of the Boring s??a patrol tiie cutters named will form the fleet that I will patrol Alaskan waters throughout! the summer and will perform the ninny anil various duties liiat devolve upon | the cutters in the Hearing sea territory. I It is thouglit probable that tho old j cutter Hear will he designated again i this summer to make her annual trip ; to the Arctic to visit tho settlements aloriu: the Alaskan const in American \ ;erritor.\ The Bear is the only ves- i :' 1 that evor visits many of those out of-world settlements and her ycnriy visit is looked forward to with much pleasure b\ the resiihats of the ex treme nntthrrn section of the country. I It has h* n decided not to use the old cutlet Thetis as fhe Routing home f ^r i It * I'nited States court for the ? iistrict ot Alaska on the summer trip j of the court to the different points on the Alaskan coast to hear civil and I criminal cases. The Thetis Is to need of extensive repairs, so !t has bc-en I determined to use tho newly rebuilt utter McCulloch for th<- service. The MeOullocli b now doing duty on the. California coast, with headquarters at San Kranciseo. While engaged in breaking ice in Bucks harbor, Kggtnoglnn Beach. Me., j in order to free imprisoned vessels, the] half-eenturj -old woomen-hull cutter V'onilliurj met with a mishap that will put an end to her activities for a few days. In ramming at: extra tough piece of ice a plank or two on the starboard bow of the cutter was stove in, causing her to leak badly. The report to the department, regarding the matter stated that lh<3 pumps of tho cutter wer.? aide to take care of the leak, and that the ship'*) carpenter would make re pair- as soon as the vessel grounded on a low tide. Sne t-- at Hocklnnd, Me. Itrcnrd ns Ice Smasher. In tiie past week, in-fore tho accident occurred to the Woodbury, she con tinued to make a record as an ice masher, and fot tiie good work si: was doing, in spite of her advanced years. Beports from First l.ieutenant Bandolpii Bidgeiy, lr., commanding tiie old utter, tijJ1 of having freed tiie M'hoc tier < 'w 1 and the gasolene power .-?loop Bi/./.ie S from the ice in North Harbor, while she was opening the channel in Fox island thoroughfare, and also of the rescue of several per ??"Otis in a d Isa bled motor-boat found cfli White island, at d which was taken into a safe harbor. Becent severe blows on Chesapeake Bay liave given the cutter Apache plenty ??f work to do, ami in addition to the floating of the schooners Alert and Nellie ot which mention has been "iade. i aptaiu tiamhio reports having aided tiie schooner Magnolia, of Bal timore, and tiie Kininn A. Faulkner and ?lenesta, of Oxford, Aid., which were in trouble in th<- 'I'red Avon Bivrr, near i ?%[..id I'iie | alilktici was ft ceil from ice that vvv.k carrying her ashore, .'lid was taken i1.1?? ,i safe harbor, while ?"' oilier ve . ,1s were lloated atuji stranding. Tho Magnolia was bows *'! the water, ami the 'lenesta w i.i .isiioie her entile b n th, and both on !,.'t'd ind bars. It ti quired all t .;e skill o; the wtei-ke. ? in tiie * tew of the * pa eh ? to llo.it the vessels, but it till 11V done, and tiics were taken into s. fo liarbot at <'\fold. Aid. I ?? \ ill ??l" St'liooiif r, Bespomlitig to a edification that t'ie schooner lb-leu I'. was in distress r Vine.var.i Sound, t. e , utter Acushn- ? r aid. Slo was found t!i a heavj ice tield t h.. t t h tea i. ?tied her <b dructioil, and the powerful little ".it 1 er had a task in breaking her free ? the ice and taking her into Vineyard Haven ti.i harbor The rescue of the Helen Iwas tini.lv, and h< was taken into port undamaged. lo join lit, cutter Snieca it ice pa trol Service the cutlet Miami is dlt< to reach New York to-day from Koy \\ est, her st ation She is s hedulcd t. t a ke on stor s a ltd lie. . . i \ i|U i ptnen t it New York, and Al ir. Ii she leaves that port tor Halifax. Nova Scotia.: which will be tiie hcadipli rt ? : - of the, cutters tluriiie the jee patrol season. Second Hieutciiuut of Ktiglnccrs J. \V. Clover, who has been on duty in the' Otlice of the chief Cllg ill eel" of the SCI'-j v ice. Treasury I n-partment, for several ' years past, has been ordered to join the cutter Mc* 'ulloeh for service in Alaskan water: He ivili b i.e here for the I'aeitie 1'oast April I. Air Olover is senior in his grade, and is doing sea duty previous to being promoted II,, will be succeeded iii the department here by Second Lieutenant of Fngineers W. M, J'eall. from tho cutter Seminole. THREE TRAGEDIES Two Men ami Boy Meet * lent Deaths in Roan oke. Via* . >id* i unlit ?! ."an '.nni Oi, S t1.. t Specja | ; o T? " Ti'? ? ?= ? >1-1 V;i . M:i ri ;i !i ,'ini't' with pis' morta lit v i frnrd", a ? >t" tr.'ig?"dii ?? ' pl?-t <*<1 I s! Ill ?: h I ) I ;< I ? ? urdny morrii;^ Kolil Bon-. llniaii *i Svrt.tr. ntTfh.'i? ". v tti'?? ?.? - .1 1.\ his brother. I"I!;> -. i ; l Am ? l'.'i ?; -.I:i?. vn. ? tiici r "l" tin' mm ib"-* i v. mortally wounded 1 ? ? h r uiii'l ? l^ist night, f '? I 'i >1 ('?>! t >?f i . M< !l. I Col ored youth. v. its shut and Instantly kill* <1 by a r f|r < ? This atom ? trig, body of ?? will to. forty > ?-!! r ?.: ? i. -a-. til'1 b;i n k of I ,io k I ;u n i p complet o in v. ?.11 ??? ? ;<jti . n lief! detect i V^s, III' I. II termlnf how Calvert canin Wii^n found, the l'<nly was banknicnt. and tho h ? ?:. ?! merged ill the iv:itrr, T 1 '.ilvort, found on I'ntll ;t ?I?> by po ,iy to de ? hl.s end. n iho mi nt ly sub head w.im Is l.eltet' rnc< 1 ul considerably bruised TV. : :>mon?, tho police that r'alv play. The Stratton boy wis killed by 'JJ-calibrs rifle, and, as . r-siilt of the hoot ins;, three colored ho.- a hobl charged with intir(ler. Thore Is no evi dence to j hov.' that Mi* bov li.id any '?noniu s. :?nd the irapi' :-sion is tliat In- waj; accidentally -t while his companions wshooting ai :? target. Tiie stoiie.s told by th '?onllicting. nio.'jt l.mig of Thieves nl Work. [Special to The Tim>?> I dspateii. ] < franc, Ya.. Mnri'h 16.? I'hb vi s at an early hour this morning broke Into tho Jewelry More of (' r> Quis- nbi-rny and ffot ixwiiy with over ST"" worth of silver and Jewelry This* robbery, fol ? lowing closclv on .similar one:- in Cul pept-r and ManaasaK. loads the local police authorities to belb-ve that a gang; of thieves l.s working up rind down tho line of the Southern Railway At a. lato hour two suspects wore put under arrest and are being held lor ex amination. (limp a I en tor I'unds. f Spei?ia 1 to The Times I >lspatch. | Staunton, Vn.. March 1Tins V ?.r. i'. A. is arranging to make its cam paign in raise srm.ooo cash to moot tho roi| ui rcments of the Meilormick gift of thai amount for tie erection of a. now modern building A .start already lias been made in tlio gift .no by Colonel William (J. Kablo, head of the Staunton Military Aoad.-m> who had agreed to give the city thai sum to establish a swimming pool and free batllS He has been perm I tted by the city to change the direction of ibis gift and to present it to the Y M, C. A. Those at the head of the Y. M <A. expect to be able to raise the $50,000 without serious diilicult> Schunrzschild Brothers. Wedding Gift The approaching spring wed dings will bring the problems of wedding gift selection. Our assortments of appropri ate gifts nro so extensive thnr tho task of shopping is turned into tho joy of giving. Schwarzschild Brothers ItichmoiMl's (.ending Jewelers. Second Jtttd Itrond Streets. ?2 Years N owl an Deal exclusively in Fine Solid Gold and I'ialinutn Jewelry of the latest and most unique designs, and have in stock many beautiful gifts as reasonable in price as many articles uf an infe rior quality are sold. Leading Jewelers !?'Jt I 1;. Main Street, 1 5? i s I ! Musi Have It. The Different Bread* Country Hutterheans. It-. ~ can.-- Virginia Herring It. Karly Juno I'c.i?. -an .. .. Good -l-Strlng Uroor.i ..... . Sc I'.'o IOi> . -JOO S. Uiiman's Son ! S?l-1 saa Main r,nt? I!, \3iirxhf>tl siri'i't. Get Your Baby One of our 1914 t arriages. ^5 patterns to select from. Rothert & Co.