The Norfolk Virginian from Norfolk, Virginia on July 2, 1904 · 3
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The Norfolk Virginian from Norfolk, Virginia · 3

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11ATT'T 34x MAIN Ccrt-irued frcrn First Page C:Liter as er by dee ret eftally cad eeeti the Clo Atter-tete t r ea tee reee a ed in ee seeeer tee c lee— a seerrettee by Judge eirre'se yeas ef 'let: reeeer t e B LI:BAP-Le FAN CeRE7) Calle for thlt wgis met ty 2efr J114 leu'eard wrso vee to adviat ageinst a vote wteout erst tte‘reeghly diseesaieg "t-ti a grave and tea1 queer-ion" tvned the deecuesion vitten censeated argements bath ter and airerst tne aetesiritreetts b-eleg tnade ty -tee Councils it the elch which were thorough and inlareeed every pOint inVO:ved - Opinions from the Sepremo Court were read elreparisens were made between a test wes letensied by the Conetiturienal Convecteen in rernairesig ilent cui the subject et appoiutments by the retiring- Coenells and whAt th4 laterpretations of tte charter were 11(71lArlD 'FAVORED MAK1N'G APPOINTMENTS lir fel:seed conteeded 'teat it was the duty of the Couteels Which thee' 1140 sworn to fulfill in inalt!pg the appointments of stieh city ofteers as are specifically collie2 for by the charter These tie contended are the Pollee Justice (he two Pollee Commissioners and the Justices of the Peace in each ward of this city "The charter and the Constitution were not so plain about the remaining officers and a strong 'doubt therefore existed as to vrhethtr or not their appointmente should be made If we make a Mistake this evening In making the appoletments of the Police Justice the Commiesioners and Magiatrates there is recourse to law and the mietake can be correeted in the courts thereby finally deciding the question in proper form" contended th e speaker "It is for the courts to determine 'whether we are right or wrong r differ with the City Attorney in his opinion the law says distinctly that the Councils shall make the appointments biennially and its proper that the law still stands to make the necessary Corrections" AN EXCEPTION crrrax - Mr Huber(' contended that Mr Mcliwaine's opinion could not possibly re' 'late to all the Council appointments citing the Harbor Commissioners ap pointmente as an instance of exception whice proved the rule - Mr Hubard was emphatie In his contention that the ConstitutionalConvention made no mistake in not making opecitic provision for the question and that in ignoring it no oversight had been made The convention made special and specifle laws in regard to the corporate towns of the Commonweath in which it is specined that the appointed °Metals of these towns eleould remain in office until September ' "tut" said the speaker "no mention is made in regard to cities Upon the supposition that their charters were sufficient to cover the point and that It was on the provision of the cearter he was forming his conclusions that the appointmentS Should be " made on July 1st as specified in the charter" "I am a sworn officer to do My duty And Lam not going to shirk it regardless of public opinion or conseceltncea" said the speaker emphatically IIITEIARD DEFENDSHIS PO SITION Mr Ilubard in going over the various technicalities of the charter defined the meaning of the term "biennially" as a certain time of beginning and a certain time of ending The charter specifically fixed the time for the beginning of the office of the Police Justice the Commissioners of Police and Justices of the Peace this time being such that biennial appointments being made afterwards in accordance with the charter required them to be made on July lat or the certain time for the ending of the term Continuing the speaker said: "I fail to see how Mr McIlwaine could possibly come to the conclusions which he reached He has gotten behind generalities which do not solve the quemtion involved It Is our duty to make these appointments but there Is recourse in the courts which will determine once and fqr all the question 'upon which at present there is such a wide diversity of opinion i and which should regardless of all feeling be submitted to the courts for final adJuantent)" INCOMING COUNCIL'S RIGHTS ' QUESTIONED In discussing the possible results in event no action was taken upon the question by the present Council and the Court had rendered no opinion upon the subject Mr-Llubard questioned the right of the incoming Council from a legal standpoint to make the appointments in September after assuming office He contended that it was advisible to finally hettle the matter now as thei-e was even a possibility it would again arise next July and in fact cause never ending trouble In concluding his argument Mr Hubard said that there is a possibility that in event the present office-holding appointees should hold over until September that at that ttme when the new appointees are named there would be a legal battle to determine who should have the office in event the holdovers should chose to fight to hold on for the remainder of the two years term Mr Hubard's argument was a very forcible one and was intently listened to Before taking his seat be again ad'vised that the question was a serious one upon which there was a wide di versity of opinion and in deference to all action should only be taken after al-horotla'h discussion MR SOUTHGATE PROTESTS Air T S Southgate was the only member of the opposition that entered inte the discussion at any length He with a great deal of feeling and sound - argument presented the side representing public opinion but being in such a hopeless minority had little to say "I agree" said the speaker with rny friend from the Second ward that we Are all divided on this question I am glad I am not a lawyer for when they arrive at a conclusion Heaven and earth cannot change them The lawyers of Norfolk ' It appears are widely divided on this question and present their views but where does the poor layman ' come in with his practical views of what IS right or what is wrong leaving aside the technical points of law in arriving at just conclusions "POLITICIS" SAYS MR SOUTH' GATE "I will admit that the legal phases of this question are mixed but there is a doubt existing and it is for us to give the benefit of this doUbt in deferente to the will of the people" "It's a question of politics" shouted the speaker "Who wants good government ?" said Mr Ihnstadtcr "No you don't No you don't" replied Mr Southgate—"not if you persist in making these appointments contrary to the will of the people who elected a Council which will have as its duty to the people to make such appointments as will co-operate with the administration Under which they will operate" Mr SOuthgate made an earnest plea that the appointrlentS be deferred and Continued on Sixth Page THE CHURCHES SUNDAY ' att aos t LI t toe Nio I It rroor Piker tot A pprovrilitt ILeramoas -Ts —avv atrorne- 1 S A M 1'3' t c:I rt es m r mommolownw- S-con-1 Pre et) ter art wrt —Prea At II a r t rs by ttt p3 I - 1r t Eev J 1trest - - Pat: Corr rrt-7 aervi Evec't-s vtlect: -A Wheel Vi'JrLri a Wbel' ail meet at 1)4-i a ttL for CAI M bmf Para Avtlue Impitst Church corner irsta 114-0-0and von-J-a—The ptstor the Eey i 1 Hell D D i ' g reach at 11 a tn ard I p tn Morci!oc utte-ct: "1P-r Great Example" -ver7 trg subjeet' "Cor Country:" Firlq Presbyterian CLurh the Rev Dr Jost-ph pasitor—The Rev O MctJrvrty cf 111-nmond Va will pre-1h at 11 a m Into pastor at I p In Srday scrtA at IJ a tn Ses P101 meets at 1) tS a tn fie the rec7k11an of merrtPr& trpn orth Church—Preaching morning trA evening by the pastor the Iley FL D Smart D D Murnitg subjet: --oin the LL'apt-aL" Sunday school at 17) a itri Ghent Presbyteriln Church—Presohlrg S'Jnday by the pastor the Rev Dr J IL Summered at II a trt bind p tn Sunday school at I Pi mi McKendree M E Church Clay and Claiborne avenues the Rev G It Mc-Paden pastor—Preaching at II a tUt and p to by the pastor Sunday school at $ 10 a nL Freemason street Baprist Church-- Preaching at II a m by the fortre pastor the Itev J J Taylor D D Preaching at the evening service at 815 o'clock by the pastor the Ile VW M Vines Subject: "My Country 'Tis of Thee" Length of service forty-five minutes The ordinance of bapticn will be administered at the close of OA 94Mke Centenary U E Church the Rev William IL Proctor pastor—Preaching to-morrow at II a tn and at 8 p m by the 'pastor Sunday school at 930 8 rri SL John's A M E Church—Preaching at II a tn and 3:30 rt rn Morning subject: "The Tree of Lite' Afternoon subject: "To Kings Daughters" Moly communion at 7:30 D tn Ghent M E Church South corner of Stockley Gardens and Italeigh avenue-- Preaching by the pastor the Rev John T Bosnian at II 14 in and 8 I) M Sunday nchool at 9:30 a ni Awarded Defendant Verdict Verdicts for the defendant were returned to-day In the Court of Law and Chancery in the damage suits of A 8 Rosenkrans and Simon Saiomonsky of the Crystal Steam Laundry against the Berkley Street Railway for $300 Mr Roetenkrans sued for alleged damage to one of his laundry wagons as a result of a collision with a car of the defendant company and Mr Salomonsky the driver of the wagon sued for damages for alleged personal Injuries The railway company claimed that the wagon crashed into one of its cars Mr W H Venable represented the defendant and Mr Moe Levy the plain Charged With Lareeny of Shoes Frank Abbott colored a driver for the City Express Company was arrested 'yesterday morning on the charge of stealing a dozen pairs of shoes which had been given to him for delivery It is alleged that Abbott offered the shoes for safe to several Church street shoe merchants who reported him to the police and caused his arrest His case will be heard in the Police Court this morning 1 owAowAwm Postal Clerks Appointed On account of the greatly increased business of the Norfolk postoffice 8n additional force has been allowed for handling the business and in consfquence Postmaster H N Nichols yes terday swore in the following: J L Meador and J W Gregory as regular clerks H Bristow and 'R G Mosley as regular carriers: and ' Alfred S Faville and Charles S Ferebee as suhstitute carriers Deng IA to Not Insane John DewiDgs alias Dewey Who was declared insane several days ago in the Police Court and who was sent to the Central State Asylum instead of spending a five-months' Jail sentence for stealing has been returned to the Norfolk jail by the asylum authorities who declare Dewings is not Insane The man will remain in jail for the balance of tag term Brown Wants a Weir Trial Messrs Jeffries and Lawless counsel for Louis Brown the young man from Portsmouth who was recently sentenced to one year In the penitentiary In the Corooration Court after pleading guilty to the charge of stealing a diamond ring valued at ' $125 from a drunken sailor have applied for a new trial Mr Charles H Brown the boy's father t has dome to his assistance The motion wI1L be argued later -a-- Price Is Exonerated ' J E Price the colored truckman who was arraigned on the charge of forging the name of chum° and Company on an order for freight from the Norfolk and Southern Railroad was yesterday acquitted of the charge The complainant was a Mr White whois also in the hauling business and from Whom Price securedthe loadg Mrs Billups qualifies Mrs Sidonie Wilts Billups qualified yesterday in the Corporation Court as administratrix of the estate of her late husband Mr George C Billups under a bond of $10000 with Mr C Billups n8 surety Messrs Cecil $3111ups R E Summers and L Royster were named us appraisers Colored Attorney qualities John Eugene Diggs colored qualified yesterday in the Corporation Court to practice law Diggs recently passed examination before the Virginia State Bar Association - Burnett' Vanilla Extract Is sold by all the best grocers everywhere try It I gosomim amenming mon3111un NI "al ililite 11QM Wain St" :11 ' II TheWedding Present Store liallogennaslegumoillumminno tmwalommnilmomma msmomiminumminowelemmommamon roriZLT:Z'zasmeuoZ:L2'amit Refined Arzusements Amid Refined Surroundings I These New Books $119 instead of $150 The moment a hook is published it is onsale at Nus1 baum's—at a special discount price 'We mention the newest ones Instead of St so we're selling them 1 for $119—by mail $131 The Queen's Quitirby Maurice Hewlett Ile That Emits413 Bread With Me —by Mitchell Keays Where the Tide Conies In—by I Ludy Meacham Thurston Rulers Of Kings--by gertrude Atherton Villa Claudia—by the editor of "Life" 1 NUSBAUM'S -4 471d0-102 Granbilttreet Otmosite the Monticello Hotel E - holm PlIONES-4101 SIXTY I LANDI dhilv ItAikikh' nigh Class Vaudeville Matinee and Nights Pain's 744 11 t lorks 8:30 P SHARP TAKE CARS NORFOLK RAILWAY AND LIGHT CO U LISLE HOSE The Men's Store We've cut prices on certain lines of MEN'S SUMMER TROUSERS Some $5 Trousers at $375 $450 & $4 Trousers at $325 $350 & $3 Trousers at $250 t ' We are selling the Best Freezer made We will save you money if you come to see us before buying Special Prices now on Cotne and see what we ard of je30-thsasu I I -- - --- - Smith & Welton Wonderful Sale 25c quality to-day x9c 5oc quality to-day 39c 75c quality to-day 49c $t00 quality to-day 69c $150 quality to-day 98c A B11 Speelals In connection with the remnants we offer a lot of - Pure Bleached Cloths For $169 Moonlight Excursion ELECTRIC CARS -TO THE CHESAPEAKE TRANSIT CO ' WILL RUN EXCURSION CARS commencing June 24th each night until July 3d inclusive leaving Atlantic Street Terminal station at 8:05 p tn for Cape Henry and return No stops Enjoy a cool evening ride on fast electric cars by Moonlight ' Special rate by excursion car 23 cents for the round trip 'rickets good to return byaame car at 9 p m or on ears leaving the Cape at 10 and 1030 p tn H d HUDGINS je?4-tojy4 General Passenger Agent NOTICE EJflYa I The 'MecN-Irho-I Construction fompan : whatilstaincgtotinvc:itatneorlativ)hleol u ern tr e awrthshriliewt Al ettletriv141bCrbh:athrmetleYt: Apply quick—first come first served 1 Ijelt)-tt -OF 1 FRY! To-nkts INTERESTING SALE OF SUMMER HOSIERY RIGHT AT THE BEGINNING OF ' THE SEASON AT SUCH REMARKABLY LOW PRICES will be the talk of all this vicinity The scope of selection is bewildering the most desirable styles of the present moment in Lisle and Silk such as plain lace boot all-over lace and the plain and lace with neatly embroidered designs in black -'khitc and colors I SILIC V00 quality to-day 79c $150 quality to-day 3129 $20o quality to-day $169 $300 quality to-day $339 $5Oo quality to-day $3 98 TM ONE STORE OF NORFOLK CATERING EXCLUSWELY TO THEWANTS OF WOMAN 103&111GIONITYSTIIEET Sale of -TABLE DAMASK - REMNANTS ' To-day this store places on sale desirable lengths of fine table damask at remarkable little prices Althcmgh some of the have napkins to match it is just because the majority have not that we resort to this special price sale The remnants range from 212 to 412 yards in length and sold for The and up to $225 the yard That the reduced prices will be of a most attractisre nature 1 s one of the characteristic features of 'They are full 2x212 yards—have finished designs with continuous border and are attractive both in price and pattern No napkins to match Silver Bleached Cloths 2 yards long With Dozen Napkins to Match for $239 ' Only 9 sets of these and as it is an unusually good thing we would suggest early buying A splendid wearing extra heavy cloth In considering this sale it is Well to bear in mind the closeness of the fruit season By substituting one of these for your finer cloths you avoid all danger of haying 'our nicer ones ruined by fruit stains - Fellowship 5 Absolutely pure eight years old rich and mellow possessing that delightful bousitet noticeable only la aged whiskies The eseellence of ship Rye for Club Table and Femfly purposes coupled with its price feature makes It an easy leader of all good whiskies at FULL QUART BOTTLE JP BALL Ca 113 COMMERCIAL PLACE S S Phone 1113 S B Moue 1818 Call us no tor everything An natl road Steamboat' Mill and Factor Supplies—Ship Chandlery - q ! 1 : 19 ler 3 in it h&Co cf 14 Prizes MAIN ST IPmIlloONOPOt aturday 133rgains Look Them Over! ': I rsm avi T1-tltt1 o It do I 2 tot 'tar& No 2 St'n yvirti Fut cr41 Noto o 2 worth a yard 1 - 2: to 1Nt No 2412: (Intim tkearotoos igrdoo - 10C Fr kihocv- rIr c No 4 1Aid!fe F:ocit 1C eft C ilarL Ito Nvhittp Wdi watot 'X o-utuoo 25c No 12 2v1Ain White rtiwk 9c No 7 Loot but not likatt- taat21-' ttlk 2!tow 24Itts toad 41toven to illf'nf tot blo'0-wtrtti 1 11t St t) ard 217S a potr 69c - 73 o'Corrert Writ for INrment0 MON TICELLO COON Lit Women's Lace Lisle 5tockings3 pairs for $100 Women' s lace lisle stockings in about twenty beautiful patterns of all-over laces add the dainty lace boot double sole spliced heel and toe— Ilermsdort dye 'They're our regular 5oc ones but to create unusual interest in our hosiery section to-day and tomorrow we will sell them for 35c a pair or 3 pairs for $100 Women's Gauze Lisle Hose -r Drlichtfully Chin act real —an urry flu that yea ran daraiwinaireprotirrinotwathemotphoerauh laany toad quality la ail the vaulted hadra at tan anti plain blark—04iordon dye— Me a pair—a pairs for 111100 BUY YOUR Wines and Liquors FROM Metzger Bros Where Purity is paramount "Under the Westmoreland Club Whiskey Sign" - No 103 Commercial Place Both Phones Quick Delivery STRAIN HATS FOR MEN AND BOYS GENUINE PANAMAS The Coolest Hat OutCHILDREN'S SAILORS Duck Hats and Caps SHERWOOD'S NO 8 GRANBY STREET i 4 4 51 4k1 1 — 1 - I Disit viers pressiptir EtL 1 ' Stanfield Bros 1 I Superior HOSIERY Values For men tor men t r" I) ed tT st re: 1 pent Neat4 crbrOilet-ed on the s'les with t214 of sir-- 0 cz-4Ts texer purnaed teer 50C tc t: le tare tolay on!) -I U e A- 41 PAIR For Fifty doren a:1 purr LISk t!-Jea i 5t:c1rgs Tr woWomen tren A ariendil range of matTrificent nov laze patterr—lace to thz toe Rtc11 fat --11)b!e se and t:sw---the rew g-3rter arc NOT inertly' "'Fc4- values LT 1t they are BETTER THAN ANY NVEVE EVER SOLD FOR HALF-DOLLAR a M ill be put on sfc tctiy for crliv 10" A Nits PAIR Ant Ncre anothcr HALF-DOLLAR stockink ia Cie plain b!ack gauze Ic that i a bg tteller at the arae Fice 25c Underwear sle To s essnrnwhite PaIhrtggnn Shirts find 1i-noers A splendid well-rands gArnivnt that L thin and cool tiptcial here itt le garment Soc Underwear 39c Men's French-woven Bnibriggen Fihirte Onti Vreeeto Fine pink end blue finey etripee ilne Of the very best tinitdollar grades Itre tor pnly Siec it torment ' Wholesale Agents Eat livcs :p to 'Jaen's $100 Underwear 69c MCI15 all-Eitc PURE LISLE TIIREAD tlroptitehed Shirts and Drawers Made by the "Otis" Company vaicii is in itself a guarantee of 5uperior vorktnanhip and material Thin cool and comfortable Shirts have French necks silk facings and long sleeves Dravers have the "Otis" patent glis:ets and reinforced scats These garnient7t are tlit sarr that sell all over Norfolk at $100 A pccial with us at eva garment The 75c quality for 50c Men'S "Otis pl!:--e 'white f-nercerized Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers 'klacte from the finest Sea Island cotton—soft and silky A splendid 73c retailer— here at only 50e a garment 12IC Nests 8 I-3C WOMen'S pure write Terepy rtityred Vrott: tArrul neck !Intl rrnitolPa Went V et largo 11hi Good tie tr ige Vests taic Womens tine mrrcerlrett Jersey Rib belt Vesta In rink 'and light bluo The rergular price is 191 and 2fc each Wo sell ours for only Vtic Russell Siincoe Tackett 346 Main atrect Orpheus Minstrels 8:30 P Special Attraction Benefit B P O Elks No 315 Newport' News New Horne Fund We solicit the support of all Brother Elks and our friends in general Admission to performance 23c No Reserved Seats' Fireworks after performance Cars from Union Depot every few 'minutes The Easy Way- to Ice Creams DErIONSTRATION NOW ON AT LEVY BROS' Main St Every lady is cordially invited to call and try a sample One package of Week's Ice Cream Powder makes two quarts of delicious cream flavored ready for Use It is pure and palat- able A demonstrator will be on hand to explain merits of goods arid how it is made: ' " OBERNDORFER 0 CO 35-4x COMMERCE ST tirttNeN7- oito FOR YOUNG tIEN '1811Er I ALL THE RAGE swELLEsr STYLE OUT BUYFROM TIIE LEADRS WHO NOW TIM BUSINESS t I iv Rame 'Up- lit v p in I wt Rtia ay- L AN tvtr4ty r'sva 1J la LO I a - ' - ': -:'' : ALL Tilt ViLit- tmiNtEtuter : Ludy Meacham Thurston ' ' - "NO YOu don't No you don't" re- Ruiers of ikings-by gertrade GENUINE rPANAMAS -k e -- — ptied Mr Southgate"not If 'yolt Pef-con-Atherton - '- i - - 1 - ing the Cape at 10 and 1000 p tn ‘ - I " C HUDGINS ' - - - VI ' 11- TAYLOR -et CO stst in ma king these appointments At villa c ' -'' 2 '''''' :': ---'' BUYFROMT'IM LEADERS swELLEsr STYLE OUT roadie—by the editor of Je24-tojy4 General 11 Pri desenger Agent IP ll g The Cool esi 11 ar tOUt' 1 trary -'to the will of the people who Life" CHILDREN'S SAILORS ' " WII0 IMOVI Till? elected a Council which will have as o its - ' " ' ' - - duty to the people to make -such ap- ussessusstossumirsusustseareamiesser - - '' NOTICE - 2124 WATER STREET ' r : Duck Hats and Caps 1 ' ' BUSINESS pointments as will co-operate with the n rt administration Under which they will - k tv'l I r j ( ' A ' 101E - x fl SI ' ' '1:) I) operate" N USBAIUM!5' ' The MacNichol Construction Company BOTH 'PHONES B3L SHERAVOOD'S I ' ' 4 t1111115 Mr SOuthgate made an earnest ti ' ell ' '4: 41d0-10i GranbilSirest ' ' has "considerable earth at the''tertter of ' 1 it-- t- 7- - that the appointrlentS be deferred 'and - ' ' 1 L ' Adantice end V1V1111 streetsWidch 00 : — ovposite tbo Aviontleeno ote r — ' tall tifi bp tor everything' in nail heal same It ' — - -----''''''''—' - boTli 'PHONESTUN SIXTY t'i! will 11 Ve' to thoe who will No 8 GRANBY STREET 1110 a " Apply quick-first cotrte first served' capae5shilp ChitIldie17 - ' - ---- road Steamboat: Mill and Factor ii : :0 Irj: i'l :3M:IEmi:rAS11112A's1Til'iTrl::c'11!:::71 1 I Lontirlued enSixth Page LAO mailigill reSILLT:ZTassmentsZ-7-Vams - jelit-tf ' I - ' - - ' 1 - 1' r - ' ' 4 7 ' 4 ' Y ' ---- '-- r i Ccntinued frem First rae I-4 At 11 A rr 41--11 r ni ty tt4- p3- i 1 ' 1 y ' ' 0 v I t 1 i u u -- - ------ 0 I eJ14111-1 tut i 1‘-711-11 s I- ttstsD r ove P eY J Errest Tther Mi - - 'e "s09 1-i i 'A i 14 i id - tLir: 0:rni-:ql tetnit Eresfs ' ''oi Saturday Fr Bargatns 1 -1 ' 9 o 11--r-c-- e :-: I- -- : 1--: as qt11 - cLiteito sr b:!Y d-3 nt't t'tt--411I ii-tject: "A l Wtin a Wheeih Wheel" 1 i Refined Amusements Amid Refined Surroundngs- - 0 sit p r t “t: tr men 1lelu-ri z- tu i-:-- ir r ! t-A:I 147'11 t'll CA) Al""'" I r tn3' Sesse'n 46 i 1 rrett it 1) 41 IL m for t“e ' r ' J1 8 S l ' ' 4t- nine and in --ettaes- e ti'ie c pfrira ri si membfc 1 '- 'I' Look Them Over! ' '14 r) sea'7'C I lye' M il'1 1! inr-t ar1 r- - re: 1 1 - s4aerittea by Judge iit'-'e' 11" (-' Pars Avesue Imptiat Church corner ' Something -Doing All Day 4 lig pent I la:k Neat4 eirtircilerel on the s'les with s‘ cf ir 1 t111 imwrt Ince of Park and lite-eiand oveniee-The I' kr 1 1- atii - -r-- T-ectiton sal li' a J IhtP ISARD PAN iRED r1SICN raistor the Rev J I Hail D D e i P- st de 1 sr 14 5 lil --rs :5c tct er pur-:haed te:er 5ix t'':i1 t: il---fr el 'If - " cans of the q-ests erse rei4 by t reach at 11 a in and II p m Moro ityr fr'' I ' - 1 1 101y -- ----- -- w id it se Luc tosv lot on" " A I er 'tau& 4 Ilici J1L 11-aard servo y!e to sdIrta Stitr:&et: "1e:r Great Example- I er7 1 1 - m I 1 i wo 4 Ark -lor vpe-)- A vi Lis PAIR Atiinsi a 'rots wthout first threasit- Wg sub)eft -C'ur CciurtrrY 1 - (17 4 1 1U1 111 y 4 frr ywityla Fol a-rA 7"'"'1'- '4 IT tittea4Lig- "t--tt I grave grid 'cud l'Irlq FresbYterlso CLurh l''' flev- ' 1 l' S'i '' h J 1L' ri" lt : i shoe i 107g upIrt :1-!' a-1 t'' s kt queotv Tt 0ed th gcussen Dr Joseph Rer-e pastar-The Rev a-a NSW le ti 4164 ttbi bA AWN 4igesi o- 'hue for amok ' a yard - 1 9119 1111 For Filo (117m a1 purr Lizle tl-Jea I skckrgs kr wita'n ocnssied ct att!si argi:ments O & NI'cArviY t'i Ri-'imond VA- lin I i IL-day - "I oAo lii f -Tic ictt -- lk I l aro ii3' i 4 Women n n A srlendil range of mat new ae both f" ar1 atrart trl antrett prea St st II s m vie pastor at I P being made ty t'e Counci l s a t 114a 8 S 9- rit '-r'laY "'-''''"''I 'It s-li g Tri E''"' High Class Vaudeville Matinee and Nioht patterr-lace to thz toe Rteli ” f't 1Ti:ks -' NA tt Taid:ole flatLibe F:farc"11 1 i P sion meets at 11 t5 a ts Or the re- sloe which were thorough and ern- '4 Vests-1neci isi dos - ' l i --stitil !e ":e and )es---the re w g-a rter t iT s TI-ese arc NcrT 1 ttan of mernters IP 9 7‘ 1 0 C i to-3-1 every pOtat 1910ved 1 Epai orth Church-Preaching morning TO) ' lt tihrev t'ar i-- r :It i 4 MC felY' "rC4- values Lr yie' PAt they are BETTER THAI - °piston from the Sapreme Court li ain s ( t siAl evening by the pastor the Bev ti( 1 c t 2 fk NA 11 7Aid!fe 1 Fawit I 5p ' 0 ANY WENE EVER SOLD FOR HALF-DOLLAR a 1-ar were read c Imparisns were made be- R D Smart D D Mornitit subjetti L da 4 N V or tba 0 ! C alai's 1dey - w ' ' t tween w list wI0 Intended bY the Ct'n -Jahn the L'artst" Sunday school at 7 ii a Tlicse Mill be put on sale tortlay for only 1 0 iturie I A t1-4 1 -1 stnal Conve rita in remaini n ) g 92 a m i it ! ' Wits Illiert Oa the titIect of sPPoillt 72 4Y"' Grtent Presbyteritn Church-Preach- 8:30 P r e l SHAR P srs I Vr-1n i Whit r-1--k ' ( I Aril Nere another HALF-DOLLAR stockin: tle plant bY this retirme i'D'in--'lls and wit th try li--anday by the pastor the Rev Dr tieta VV 1 1 toasi X val a0 25c c ! i laterpretatiors of tte charter were N IL Sunirrierell at 11 m atria S l V L'ack gauze- lisle Illat is a bic seller at the same price TAKE CARS NORFOLK RAILWAY AND LIGHT CO ' nt -' -------- - t ' lip liCRARD FAVORED MAKING PJ lb Sunda) school et 9a30 'li i laicKendree M E Church Clay and 11' ' ''''''''''--- :--'-L::''"-----''-----7-':T7-r:-'-"--':''--:r7-7-- --- - ''"''''"''''''"'':''':':4'''''''''t'":''-:"-:"''1- i Na 11'111''111 6 11'4'I 9 c APPOINTMENTS - Claiborne avenues the Rev G IL Mc- -Ea h I : Mr Ruben' contended 'that it was Emden pastor-Preaching at II L tit r-r--7-7---r-- -:- - ----7-:--2--'------------7-7- z---4 i i 'Jaen's $100 Underwear 69c 1 the duty of the Coun'Is shic'l ther and 8 p tn by the pastor Sunday i I No 7 110 but not least- La- 1140 sworn to fulfill in matey the ap- school at 9 10 a tn S 1411 ith & Welton 01s' Phk fitsw Mitts 'oat Gliaes t Pointments of slieh ritY ort-ers as or Freemason Street Bapriplt Church- a i i le INfla bn1 blFwk-wtrtli 117 ' 1 1cli all-ss t liie PURE LISLE THREAD klroptitched ir 1 It lo luld SI76 a pitr specifitally called for by the charter prehing at 11 a rn by the forenor loday 4 - -6 u c ' 1 Shirts and Drawers Male by- the "Otis' Cotnpary which t3 1 These be contended are the Polli-ei Jus- pastor the Rev J J Taylor D D 1 i i a i ' tire (he to Pollee Commissione rs and Preaching a t the evening service at the Justices of the P eace in each ward 9 15 o'clock by the pastor the Rev ' i 1 in itself a gmarantee of 5uperior vorkmanhip and material 4 'Hun cool anti comfortabe hirts ha I rolcb necks suis -4 cr this city W M 'Vines Subject: "My CountrY ' 7 al "The charter and the Constitution 'Tie of Thee" Length of service forlY- " I ' facings and long sleeves Dravcrs have the "Otis" paten plain abut t li! were not so o the remaining five mutes The ordinanc of bapsi --- t -- - -1 ront c- re 'I' gusses an ' rectl ta- These garments are the $3:11't officers and a strong doubt therefor in e will be administered e at the close of it tLe n orlderftl Sale i ------------------------------------ -- ----- 1 s orders promptly Elea :' " that sell all over Norfolk at $z00 A Special with us at fc a existed as to vrhether or not their sp- service Iloy 1 f 1' garment i II i pointments should be made If we Centenary M E Church the Rev - ' ske a mistake this evening in mak William R Proctor pastor-Preaching OF- mn 1 Stanfield Bros I The 75c quality for 5oc 'Men's "Otis pi:e Nx Lite mercer- '' imta the appointments of the Ponce I ice t Comm ners and by th he issio Magia- e ' pastor Sunday sc hool at 930 trates there is recourse to law and A at 11 tt TY1' and at 8 P A M E Church-PreacTn the mietake can be corrected in the courts thereby finally deciding the ' et John'S h- ing at 11 a tn and 3:30 p m Morning I- i ' 11 '? -1 t a - ' 1 ' L corrert wroe for wsmento szed Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers Made from the finest 1 1 ' ' ' ' 11°411":1-1-° (1)ft"''11 Sea Island cotton-soft and silky A srilenclid 75c retailer- Women's Lace I ' here at only 5oc a garment -- il question ill proper t the speaker I arm" contended "It is for the courts to determine subject: "The Tree of Life" Afternoon t subject: "To King's Daughters" l r ' ' communion at 7:30 D DI ' Ghent M E Church RRou h th corner of ' ' '' i I y 1 - I 11111- 0 S I ay vi Lisle 5tockings- a : 3 pairs for $100 m - Underwear sre i 5c talc iVests 8 1-3c hten's Creernwhite Palbrigean 'Women's pure white jersey pitthed it ' 'whether we are right or wrong differ with the City Attorney itt I opinion the law says distinctly thart his Storkley tilardens and aleig avenue-- s TO Preaching by the pastor the Rev John -DA INTERESTING I'S T Bosnian at 11 a nt and 8 13 M - SALE OF SUMMER 1 Shirts and Drawers A splendid well- Vrets: ttpa1 neck not armholes i II0- w omen3 lace lis l e riede garment that in thin and ciao' plenty ot largo aches Good Special here at 51c a garment twat 9 Pit ii 1 the Councils shall make the appoint- Sunday school at 9:30 a M ments biennially and Its proper that e the law still stands to make the neces- 1 sarY Corrections" AN EXCEPTION CITED - Awarded Defendant Verdict ' Verdicts for the defendant were re- turned to-day In the Court of Law and Mr Huber(' contended that Mrk Mc- Chancery in the damage alomonsults SIERY RIGHT AT THE BEGINNING OF THE SEASON AT SUCH ' stockings in about ' ' A 1 twenty beautiful pat- 1 i tc I ins of all-over laces I i - add the dainty lace IN14SnOse Urrfritderwear 3gc Shirts and igc Vcsts 12ie 1 1)rn2h''sw"7rtin T11111)41177n71 RWib1(t'ealmenV'ses'trttinifn rntr"krc'teilt14"dhght'br7 o l'ill him fintl wilpeo Otto Of OA fay 1 liwaine's opinion could not possibly re- Rsenkrans end Simon Ssky Of OW PRICES boot do REMAIIKABLY L uble sole ' best hair-dollar grades Mere tor vnII I 39c se a garment The regur p larice is 19e and llfic each 1' We ll ours for only' tZlic each 14 ! 'late to all the Council appointments the Crystal Steam Laundry against the ' ' ' Spliced heel and to 1 e- i ' I i c 4 4t 1 13 rta4 7! ts 71 silk ' I tcnt i!t amt '1 c a 1 1 cer- 1c tleFt i1 1 CT— 1' 1 0 c th144 olea veal- 1 NI J1 : rtov li t existea as LO wnetner tif DM- 1111t Ay - ' !f gl 11 peintmenta should be made If we Centenary M E Church the Rev - t 1 garment i ' OF make a thietake this evening le mak- William R Proctor pastor-Preaching a-a - 1 ' I Stanfield Bros Ill The 75c quality for 5oc " Ten's "Otis pi7e N a Lite mercer- lug the appoietments of the Police to-morrow at II a m and at 8 p ma Justice the Commissioners and Nagle- by the 'pastor Sunday school at 930 I a L a ocorreet writ for ek-amaaas ized Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers Made frotn the fineFt I' t rates there is reeourse to law and it In- 8 i ' n 11 gCt ti MONTICELLO COltatill I Sea Island cotton-soft and silky A splendid 75c retailcr- the mietake can be correeted in the et John's A M E Church-Preach- t C!' 1 7 ing at II a tn and 3 30 p m Morning A t ' here a Only 5oc a garment 1 courts thereby finally deciding the - " ir ' Women's Lace t 1 question la proper farm" contended I the speaker "It is for the courts to determine subjeet: "The Tree of lAte" Aft:rnoott subject: To lahtg s Daughters' Holy - communion at 730 D tn Ghent M E Church Routh corner of ' till v r - - !8RY a Pi Lisle Stockings- 3 pairs for $100 2 l 5c Underwear 2ICA 121e iVeSts 8 I-3C atonal Creerrawhoe 1111bl-boon 'Woman's pure elate Terme) atitated l I ' I 'whether v e are right or wrong I differ with the City Attorney in opinion the law says distinctly that hirs Stotkley tJardens and Raleigh avenue-- A k Preaching by the pastor the Rev John TO-DAY'S INTERESTING T Bosnian at II a na and 8 ja M SALE OF SUMMER 110-' - ' Shirts and le-neers A art mild well- Vests: tap al neck eel riernholea i women's lace fish puede s irment that al thin and cool plenty et large chem Good 37"aa val- ll ' Special here at e a garment teal 8 Pr liaa - the Councils shall make the appoint- Sunday school at 9:30 a m ' SIERY RIGHT AT THE BEGINNING OF stockings in about ments biennially and Its proper that s l z9c Vest the law still stands to make the neces- Verdicts for th Awarded Defendant Verdict defendant were re- ' THE SEASON AT SUCH twenty beautifu pat-' soc Underwear 39c taie AN EXCEPTION CITED it terns of all-over laces IN1441's s h 1 sarY corrections" TIC -WOVP11 Brilbriefft T1 avornews tins plata-arise& telekey 111 e - arta 0 nil laraaerc Fine pink end - turned to-day in the Court of Law and ' add the dainty lace 1 Nt ' Ribbed Vests in rink:and light blue Mr Hubard contended that Mr Mc- Chaneery in the damage suits of A 8 REMAIIKABLY LOW PRICES boot double sole finev stripe Otte Or ths Vorf best hair-dollar grades liere for only I The regular Drive is 19e and 2fic each 1 's S' Sa a ' 'l liwaines opinion could not possibly re- Rosenkran and Simon alomonsky of ate to all the Council appointments the Crystal Steam Laundry ageinst the ' Spliced heel and toe- e garment We sell ours for only 1:l2c each 1 citing the Harbor Commissioners ap- Berkley Street Railway for 8300 Mr i will be the talk of all this vicinity The scope of selection is 1 Ilermsdort dye 'They're I' pointmenta as an Instance of exception Rottenkrans sued for alleged damage to 4 whica proved the rule one of his laundry wagons as a result bewildering the most desirable styles of the present moment our regular 5oc ones Mr Hubard was emphatie -in his of a collision with a car of the defend- 1 in Constitutional Con- ant company Li and 11Salomonsky t 1 sle and Silk such as plain lace boot all-over lace and the 1 but to create unusual I Russell Simeoe 0 Tacliett 9 1 contention that the r he 1- 1 vention made no mistake in not mak- driver of the wagon sued for darnages plain and lace With neatly embroidered designs in black W'hite interest in our hosiery for the question it L tor alleged personal injuri es ' and colors 1 - - ' - t section to-day and to- Jito Main atrect '1 ing operatic provision 1 and that in Ignoring no oversight The railway company claimed that - I had been made The convention made the wagon crashed into one of its cars I morrow we will sell special and specific laws In regard to Mr W H Venable represented the de ' LISLE HOSE SILK IIOSE them for 35c a pair or - -------- fendant and Mr Moe Levy the plain- - 1123CLIIICIIIIIIICIIMIIIIIIIIILTAItIVIr ''' the corporate towns of the Common- 3 pairs for $100 tiffs weath in which it is specified that a ' art t d gc v - 25c quality y o- ay x $r00 quality to-day I 79c 1 Women's Gauze Lisle t ficial of these towns s ' ' ' Charged 'With 'seemly of Shoes Otrould remain in office until September Hose 1 c IF the appointed of 1st Prank Abbott colored a driver for 1 5oc quality to-day39c $r5o quality to-day t "v129 Dellithtfully Cala tied reel e 0 atent ce - ream 'geezers P "Rut" said the speaker "no men- the City Exprss Company was ar- rested 'yesterday morning on the aa try Deg that volt eau tion is made in regard to cities upon the supposition that their charters charge of stealing a dozen Dairs of r 9 75c quality to-day 49c $20o quality to-day 1 1c draw a pair et them tbrosialt shoes which had been given- to him I - - a a finger riog-st pemially were sufficient to cover the point and st good quality la all lee - for delivery It is alleged that Abbott 5100 quality to-day 69c 300 quisatty to-day 4339 ' that It was on the provision of the waated shades of tea and w ' ' 1H offered the shoes for sale to several - cuarter he was forming his eonclu- l"I Church etreet shoe merchants who re-plata hiaek-etiordea dye- sions that the appointments ehould be $15o quality to-day 98c $500 qualityto-day$398 orted him to the once and ca used his 1 t5e a pair-a pairs for 111100 ° We are selling the Best ta4 made on July lst as apecified In the la)rrest His case wPill ba heard In the ' - i ' at charter" Police Court this morning - i41 "I am a sworn officer to do my duty ------------- ' k c Freezer made i iel - -and lam not going to shirk it regard- Postal Clerks Appointed q Init etton r-- ----- I 0ANN will save you money if you less of public opinion or consequencea" We Ii said the speaker emphatically --7 On account Of the greatly increased ' 9 businees of the Norfolk postoffice 8n ' MR IIBBARD DEFENDSthe vaMS PO- additional force has been allowed 218 Mai n Street t for ' 19111 2Lcl' lit "-at en 'hare 1 1 Lo come to see us before buyin p SITION handling the business and in' COnsf- ' i g i 1 Mr Hubard In going over rione quence Postmaster H N Nichols yes 2 - ' i ‘ pecial Prices now on i technicalities of the charter defined the terday swore in the following: J L 4t tl meaning of the term "biennially" as a Meador and J W Gregory as regular '-a---a ai-a-- ---- ---a' - -'- -- - --"--- - V --"-----"-- The Men's Store 1 ' Ii 1 4 I :1 certain time of beginning and a certain clerks H Bristow and It G Mosley time of ending The charter specifical- ets regular carriers: and ' Allred S - - :111--- ':""r""" - - 0' i 1 ly fixed the time for the beginning of Come and see what we are of- !ravine and Charles S Ferebee as stab- stitute carriers ' We' ve - 1 : the office of the Police Justice the 9 ' : 1 II : ' IN Commissioners of Police and Justices ' e WOMANS STOIE i k I A s Dewing1i is littiOt insene THE ' t cut -4 a 1 pi of the Peace this time being such that 11 biennial appointments being made at- - John BewiDgs ages Dewey who was li priceS ' foing I' 1 - terwards in accordance with the char- declared insane iseveral days age in the It ' ter required them to be made on July Police Court and who was sent to the I T) 1 11 I'll 1st or the certain time for the ending Cerktral State Asylum instead of spend- ''‘' i A ig4Q10 1 lEy 0 1 I !1i i 1 of the term ' - ing a five-months' jail sentence for COntinuing the apAker isatd: "I fail stealing has been returned to the Nor- 4t1 II 4111 W H BARNARD & CO CO 1 I to see how Mr Malwaine could mast- folk jail by the asylum authorities t 11 certain t ' 1 t t 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 3 1 4 t k - 3 f g 3 1 !pi reams 1 St 111 ample One vo quarts of i1 7e and palat- I in merits of ' 111 )611 ) AERCE ST 11 wnat - nical conc 7 thla doub the I to th "It them nient ptled stst trar elect duty point admt ()pert Mr that C - I NO111'01-Ic 1A'"-D:1‘111- : :VI'I'l'1) l' 0 1 )1E111 11911' i l!i THE CHURL'HESSliATAY ' 't------- --"---- ------!:7"'""'1- T'-': ''i"' "-A-517' s - - E 1 R lf"r-:' 1:-SORT I — 1? LI 1 ell fimcc C 41 ti! L' L : c r t itLit NOPOLK'S POPULA SU - UUtiilL v Elott mit t DIN tams V4 tit PrNr4ork ' 1 tiltstrt tot li 'yrAA te Itet-toolath f- ---4 -- ---- ----- !--7 1 w 1 1s 11 A I 1 111 I c ---0-- : or mloz I 'tit --t tx in ttr o -In I- 1 ' 1 ' ' -'' 6--0' ' 1 t 4 1 101 4 cr- t rY 1 -I ?net: 7 t tA r- !-ti to-- m - 1 ' ri -- 1 11 r-7 r7 ts! er Ell I EC t I 4 z 1 I - 1 ' '1 ''' '' I ) - it r : ri ' Lez4trs cf L00 prestl - T'-e 1--te 't-at livcs -- to v ti:ert:-E t — — r 1 i ' 1 t ° 1 13 : it t 1 t Lt i ' ' i! t1 1 i : oil' I ti gS NIAI N ST ) ----1 f- 't 1 VI -- 1 4 1'7' - -4 i ' I '1'' 1 ' r ' ' t r i 5--oril Pre toL-4 terl-a fl Cl's rt rt-Prcs - I 1 i J '''' 1: ' 11 7 I : ' 'I ' - t - - - - I - i c 4 g:- t-i rti c t LT:no kr 11 7 r I - 01we owe& 0AVIII IP 0MtP V" et AL JPIPZ1191P111111 I if El I II lines 11 1 F I re-ached: He has gotten behind—gen: Than will remain in jail for the balance rum orair z'114Kr ur DitIkVA)Lirk SattALAWNIts 255 Main Street eralittes which do not solve the clues- of hill term - EXCLUSIVELY TO THEWANTS OF WOMAN of fl 'lion Involved It is our duty to make -: these appointments but there is re- Ornwn Wants n New - 109ecallGIONITYSTVET course in the courts which 'will de- Messrs Jeffries and Lawless coun- J MEN S p' — — — i 1 i - - Sale of SUMMER 11 - ' TAFilFDAMASIC' ' '''':111 '''' 'Fit-'1zi- 1 IIIIIIRlh"-: ' 11)1117 IA 'ff-6ii:H - - - - I e4 - et t - I - REMNANTS 11t111AU wa 4110awaim H 1 I N tht co & $4 Trousers at $3 2 I r t -t I 15 n 1 r i t I 11111111N:1Z 84' $4-Trouseis at $325 yr rt ii it 111 v H i 1!-)A r I i 1 I H 111 11 ti I' I t 31r: 1 To-day this store places on sale desirable lengths of fine table dam- rousers a $350 t $ r LI Li Ws---al 1(4 3 ask at remarkable little prices Although some of the have napkins 25o 1 to match it is just because the majority have not that we resort to this PI Pi vs 1111 AI en " special price sale IA i (I 06ondfti g I ?i The 'remnants range from 212 to 412 yards In length and sold for 75e and up to $225 tisr the yard That the reduced prices will be of a I F j b i '' most attrace nature is one of the characteristic features of ULM 11111 Oge I Bak Speetals DT 0 (IDA NEIN c'T 11 k-7 Liy u 111119 1 4 N 4 t In connection with the remnants we offer a lot of sd 111 Illt a oll 0 lek ' - Pure Bleached Cioths 10rpheus Minstrels 8:Ju V 1v WAVU ni opt:Lau' 1-1111 iltoLtUtis IFF S R Et Ms a 'They are full 2x212 yards—have finished designs with continuous BUY YOUR border and are attractive both in price and pattern No napkins to match Benefit B P O Elks No 313 Newport News New Home Silver Bleached Cloths 2 yards long Fund 2 an in OC Fund NVe solicit the support of all Brother Elks d our friends With Dozen Napkins to Match for $239 IVlilt's" in general Only 9 sets of these and as it is an unusually good thing we would A Liquors Athssion to performance 23c suggest early buying A splendid wearing extra heavy cloth 11 and In considering this sale it is well to bear in mind the clo NReserved seness of o Rese Seats Fireworks after performance the fruit season By subqtituting one of these for your finer cloths you avoid all danger of having your nicer ones ruined by fruit stains P Cars from Union Depot every few minutes je3o-thsasu ---------------- Mr T S Sou - FROM -- - -------------: -------------------- let Southgate as the only g sold by all the best g rocer s every- 14-—1------!1—1t—7 ' t ' —---------- member of the opposition that entered where try it Co i lc i 'sr ''''ItgArrumetealsrd?-4-'''' "-"z— 125421r1 il ' I I ' re tits the discussion at any length w'd i tom gognman smaillain Moonlight Lxcursion 1 B i The Easy Islay to rilase 11 ith a greatdeal of feeling and soun 1 Felicrishm Rya! !' ' MetZli 5er ros I - argument presented the side represent- 1 1 ing public opinion blit being in such a r A 4civiimi e 11 QM Wain St " 1 Absolutely pure eight i DEr1ONSTRATION NOW ON hopeless minority had little to say II ' ”I agree" said the speaker "with a 'ten old dela and mellow rrly friend d that ll TbeWedding Present Store r Where Purity is paramount LEvy BRoc: maH possessing that delightful 'we Are all from the Second war divided On this question I abosumennomsmgmessoomormo I baguet noticeable only la ' arn glad I am not a lawyer for when "Under the Westmoreland 0 9 aged whiskies they arrive at a conchision Heaven - The eseellenee of Fellow ' and earth cannot change them The These New Books —To— ship Rye for Club Table and Club Whiskey Sign" Every lady is cordially invited to call and try a 5 lawyers of Norfolk' it appears ere $1 19 'II tead of $150 1 s Faintly purpose Coupled ' with its price feature makes it ga easy leader of all good ' it No 1°3 package of WeekS Ice Cream I ()Nyder makes tA 'widely divided on this question and Commercial Place ! delicious cream flavored ready for ute It is pu present their views but where does i 1 the poor layman ' come in h wit his The moment a book is pub- practical views Of what IS right or g lished it is onsale at Nus- s i ill'E 11E11111 whiskies at Both Phones what is wrong ev aside the tech - II ' ' arid how it is made r7'f-- I goods a ' A I able' A demonstrator will be on hand to explz laing - nical roints of law In arrivino sit- Ust I lausim's--at a special dis- 1 klEkkili I - - El Both 750 LA n a- m as J JUIr1 114 U 0 Li : I 1-4 G 11 14 Lt Itio i Ili Owl 1 f ' ''''''7--77:7777711t1171777:77:7777-7711 Wholesale Agents um um mum UMW MIF MI t I 1111''tternnalet III Pi tra MI - Iltv::"11--vis 0'211 'VE 1PX "1" 11-1K1 g -Ow ' IP Ad 'V V IL 011 UAir111LIP - I MI 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 11 1 I teuK xouNu 114 27r"777"'"'"-ii 1 II 1:5LI X b lift L - ATT TTIr RAGT7 -

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