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Miller G Rhoads.
Miller & Rhoads.
Isn't ifc cold tliia morning??a
ple's nihuls tlio last fow days lina
ioors and out.
Coats, Furs, Glovos and Blan
f.resnnt?tho moro so whon prices
$7.6o Blankets for $5.00.
Callfornla "Whlto Wonl Blankots, 12--I
e!ze. Rlue Red nnd Pink bordcra, with
wido silk blndlng. Good vnlucs.
$5.00 Blankets for $4.00.
Puro All-Wool Scarlot Blankets,
72xS4 Inchos, extra thlck nnd soft;
bound with silk.
$2.50 Blankets for $2.00.
Good quality of Gray Rlankots.
f3.00 Comforts for $2.50.
Lamb's Wool; covered with the best
quality of Sllkollnc; in llght colors,
Zomforts for $2.50.
I/arpo-Slrod Laininated Cotton Com?
forts, covcrod with a llne quality of
Eatteen, and flgured on both sldos.
^orrjorts for $1.25.
Puro Cotton, fillod and covorod w-ith
Sllkollne. Large slze.
nd tlio uppormost thought in peo
bocn ]iow to koep conifortablo in
kets aro intorosting topics just at
aro as low as ours.
Gplf Gloves for Women
arid Girls, 25c and 50c. I
Men's Heavy Gloves 5Cc
Somo with Moclin Fronts, Astrachan
Baclcs nnd fleeco-llnod.
Othors Morcerlzcu goods. All warm
A Coat or Fur takos up vory
Httle room in ono's homo, and it's
much moro oconomicai for you to
buy ono to-day at lialf prico and
got tho bonofit of it for tho noxt
four or fivo?perhaps soven or
eighfc?w'eoks than it will bo to
buy a, new ono noxt fall.
If wo ask you $2.50, ?5 or 87.50
for a Coat or Fur, multiply the
price by two and you'll got the
v il value of tho articlo.
MATTERS OF INTEREST TO WOMEN
AND ABOUT THE HOUSEHOLD
By Marion. Harland.
A good shapa (or a nurscry maid's
apron made of plain whtte lincn*.
Nursery maid's cap made-of scal
lopcd embroidery ruffles. Swiss
If "B. 8." wlll always multlply the first
retnalndor by 7^ ,Jhe second remaindcr by
21 and tho thi \y 15, the siim of t hes.;
proniu-ts will h. Vlus number ihe porsun
thought of, pr .f Av.d thls sum ls less
than 10T>. When tho sum is more than 1DG
tuid less than 210, always subtract 210.
Tlio sum can nover be moro than 114.
Any number from 1 to 103 can rcally 1>?
chosen instead of 1 lo 100, sinco 3x5x7=
105. B. C. Ii.
lt would afford rno great pleasure to
try and answor a fow questiona tlmt aro
luJml aLout sororitiea. as I know a llltlo
about tno.m, bctng In ono niysolf. I
should Hke lo help any ono out if 1 could.
as 1 am suro thoy would all bo willlng
to help mytii'lf or others out.
In the llrst place. to bo?ln n sororlty
you generally pctltion n sororlty for a
chapter?that la, you a?k them to allow
you to becotno onp of thelr chapter.
Three members aro onough to begiri wlth,
but a largi-r nutubt r, say tlve or slx,
would be a great deal botirr. The lctters
on Uie \rtna do mean eomethlng whi.-h Is
very secret," us are also tlio moito and
the ennrttltutlon. It is custornary to bavo
a motto. You cin ntart lt wlthout a
chapter. and not call It a regular poror
ity; but It may have n CJrcok nnme. To
liave r\ ><>f<nilnr nororlty you miwl obtnln
ii chapter, -"id in proVuj in do thls you
hayi enjploy a lawyer.
I dotlbl Y?ry mnch vrhether thls wlll
liftlp th? perplexed g'.rlit or not, but ln
cane ih-.-y would lllte lo lonrn innrr. about
It 1 khouti] llUe vry much to havo you
??-nd thtun iny adtlrchs. and I would be
rtMlKhtr-d tr, help thom as far as'posal
W* r. r>. k.
/ No| 3,
I noitr?,.'a? Innulry from "Old Tlmer"
In your/correopoiideqcft, nnd wlll my that
sho can ol.tnin small, old-faal.lonod.
wooden-Jolntwl dolln as nr,i(5 many yeir*
ago, in Queber, Canada?name ?.f Hiorn,
Z /l'arjuet, Quehec.
, TTrrnn nn Interestod raadpr. QUEBEC.
1 read your l?-i;<-iid of the "forp(>i-ine
?ot" wlth a Krv.it deal of pleaaure, nnd
hrant to tell you another my German
taarher told to* yesrs ni.-o.
Wti*n CJod wns namlni; all the flovera
flp oatno to a hertgn whetr- thero wore
qullo a number liuddl.-1 together. )Te
named thorn all, but sUlppod -i llttle blno
flower that could hnrdly be ?cen, nn It
had crept down under the others, belng
A unlquc pattern for a nurscry
aiaid's apron bib.
Nurscry maid's cap o( white Swiss
and ruching, made with ties.. Apron
with embroidercd rufflcs.
Waitrcss' cap ol lacc-cdgcd ruchlng
with a black vclvcl bow,
CAPS AND /(PRON'F
.ftnull. After Ihe others had been namod,
It looked up und s?UI, "I'lmtso foruut ino
not," unil God Hnswerod, "1 wlll not;
but you havo glven yourself tho ewootost
nnme of nll," nii.l thls la the nanio it
bcaro tn thj.s day.
I havo ,irinri wlshed 1 could got nll tho
i Btoriea that have beon inld ln rogurd to
i Uuh llitl,. flowor, nnd uin ho K|mi to get
I your llttlo logend ln rogard to It. Mlno
may not Intorem you. but I thought per.
h-ipo you wnuid uko to hear aa many
aa you can. j, u
', VI. It. C, In your column. nskn for a
, treatlao on pjatlns'eohl, Miv.tr and nlckel
i I tlilnk "Hl.riro-.Mi-iiillinKy." by Alex
aniler wmt. publjshed bv i'ro?i<y, i,..ok
wood & Bon, Loridon, would bo found
< -i.-ry gatlafactory. Thln in a practlcal
; trcitlEO on cileotro-platlng. nnd Is very
I complete FJUENDLY,
j In nuawer tollie porreutpondent'a reqnog*
: for the pJotiire entltled "The Htiior iioy'?
Draani Pf Hojne," 1 wlsh to Inform her
! thnt 1 can furnlsh her with thu plottire
j etlher ln paalol, >n ov crayoii, lf Mie min
wiMiea the pictwe, plense wriie to thla
pertoji. A. A. B.
I I have read ylho lottcr of "Blncere,"
and also your somowhat sarcn.stlo and au
toffothcr unjust remitrka, and am lod
to bollovo thnt you do not perfootly un
iloratnnd tho niattnr of whloh "Blncore"
wrltoa, nor olrouinstanoee as thoy oxlst
to-dny, or you would not ho so very un?
just lr your rnply,
lf you wlll allow mo, I movo In tho
Ho-oallcd "middlo class of socloty." My
friends nnd ncqunlntancos nro mon nnd
womon of good common senso nnd edu?
catlon. nnd yet If n gontlomnn wore to
cnll upon me several tlmes ln huccohsIoii,
or lionor mo with Invltntlons to plaeos of
nmusemont, or ovon oscort mo from
frfends' lipmoa whore I liappoho'd to ntoot
hlm, nnd othora hoard of lt or suw us
togother. lt would enuso such romnrka
aa those: "Wonder If thoy are ongngotiv"
"Looks sorlous." "Whon's the wcikllng
comlng off?' "Has she n rlng?' and
slmllnr fonllsh romnrka, 1 nritnit tlio
uttor absurdlty of It nll, but, neverllie
loss, It exlsts to-day.
T number umong my friends young men
of uprlglitneas nnd lionor, who wlll not
cnll upon tho snmo young woman moro
thnn onro In sovernl months, nor wlll
they lionor her with nn Invltatlon to
somo nmusemont, only at rare tlmes.
vVTiy? In order thnt she mny not be
annoyed ity gosslp aa abovo. Mlnd you,
tliese remarks nre not only mnde by thelr
fcllow friends, but by the paronts of
ihe young Indlrs. It soems to be a wlde
BT>read Idori. thnt to pay attentlon to a
,glrl is to wno her in marrlngo, and
many a young man must do wlthout tho
enlovmcnt of a young glrl'fl company bo
catiso ho hns no scrldus Intcnllons nnd
does not wlsh to cause the young ludy
annoyance on nccoimt of gosslp.
I rcpeat that voti unwnrrnntnbly flnyed ?
"Slncoro," nnd I also thlnk that tho young
lndv ho montlons must deslre more thnn
hls' frlondshlp if she makes lt a polnt
to Invlte blm so often. Ho does rlght
to llmlt hls e.'ills. lt ls hnrdly lady
llke on her part. '
H. N. H.
As a young man with more young wo
mr.n "friends" (ln the truo lnterpTctn
tion of tlie word) than men friends, let
me thnnk you for your answer to "Sin
cere." If tho Ilttle cad ls slnccrc in nny
thlng other thnn hls oplnlon of hlmself,
hls lettor does not show It.
I Joln you ln tho wlsh to bo "hor
bTother," but flvo minutes would bo suf
fiolent for mo, and I a.m eonceltod enough
to belleve that then, owinpr to hls physl
cal conditlon, marringe would be out of
tlio questlon (for somo tlmo at least).
L. S. C.
"Polygons with twenty sldes" are
termed duodecngons, tho nnmo belng
formed from two Groek words, meanlng
"twenty" and "sldes." Tlio name of a
nlneteon-sldod polyffori, 1 suppose, would
found In the samo way; I hnvo nover
soen lt usod. The Oreek word for nlne
toen has sllpped my mlnd. but may bo
found ln nny lexloon.
(Score ono touchback for the glrls if
thelr momory for Greck ls longcr than
In gravity, or "blue vltrlol," coll "hat
tery" always menns two or moro "cells"
or "jars." Tho llqnld ls a saiturated solu
tlon, and It Is tiecessnry to kcep an ex
oos.s of copper aulpho.te (blue vltrlol) In
tlio jar, so that tho salts In tho solutlon
may be renewed as it Is used up. So the
best plan ln maklng up n cell Is to place
the copper ln the bntlorn of tlie clean
Jar. pour ln the blue vltrlol crystnls untll
they nre level with the top of the copper,
put the zlnc ln place, nnd then add clean
wntor untll tho zlnc Is well cov?rod. Thls
wlll leave a long-llved cell. With tlie nd
ditlon of n Ilttle water occaslonally to re
plnco thnt lost by nvaporatlon, such a
coll will lost a year ln door-bell or slml
lor work. Of course, a great deal loss
vltrlol may l>o used, but lt Is always nec
essary to have h few crystals of vltrlol
ln the bottom of tho Jar.
(Score one tourhdown for the boys!)
It ls not nccessary to use aulphurlc
acld wl'tli a blue vltrlol cell. The acld Is
somt'times usod to stnrt the netlon of tho
cell. nnd for thls purpose a few drops are
sufflelont. An easter way Is to conncct
the wlre from tho copper dlrectly with
!th<i x|nc. nnd let lt stand thus for twenty
four hours. F>etter stlll, pour ln a plnt
or so of llquld from tho top of an old
cell. A vltrlol battery wlll start ltself,
but wlll be weak for a day or two. All
of tho above expedlents are used solely to
necuro the full strength of tho cell from
(Score touchdown and gonl for "the
boys*.** Flnal score, 11 to 4, ln favor of
If your frlend, "M. W. IV or any one
olse deslros nny Informatlon concornlng
thlngs electrical, I would bo vory glud
to have them reforred to me, thnt I
mlght nsslst them. T have access to an ex
cellent technlcal llbrary. and that llne,
ln spile of the fact that I am stlll legally,
at least. |
ONE OF TOUU BOYS.
flARION HARLAND'S RECIPES.
Candied Orange Peel.
Cut orange peol Into thln ftrlpa and lay
ln cold water for an hour. Mnke a syrup
of sugar and Just enough water to niols
ten it sllghtly. Wliilo this Is bolllng
wlthout stlrrlng, boll tlio orange sklns in
clenr water untll oloar and tender. lnylng
on a towol to rtry off the siiporfluoua
molsturo. Whon tho syrup throada drop
tho pcellng into lt. boll for a mlnutv.
removo; drain In a colnndor, sprlnklb with
granulatcd sugar and sprend on a platter
Oysters Au Gratin.
Draln tho oysters and pnl them dry be
twoou tho foldn of a towel. Muko n thlck
whllo snuco, iiddlng to lt a llttle oystor ll?
quor, anrt suiutontn'g to tasto, llout Into It
slowly two bouton oggs, and romovn from
the flro. ln tha bottom of a groosod
puddlng dlsh put a layor of tho oysters,
pour over those the thlck, whlto sauco,
put ln more of tho oysters. moro auuce,
and so on untll tho dlsh ls full. havlng
the uppormost layer of sauco. Sprlnklo
thls wlth llno criunba, dot wlth but.ter
nnd dust llghtly wlth salt aiul poppor.
Bako for twonty mlnutes or half an hour.
COLONEL KEAN IS HERE
Former Howitzer and Staunch Demo
cral is Warmly Groeled.
In tho lobby of Murphy's Hotol last
ulyht wus Colonol Willlam Keun, of
l.ouihii county. He coniea to Rlchmond
qulte often, and, uerhaps, there ls no out
cf-t'jwn mun who has moro friends than
luut Colonel Kenn. Ho was ono of tho
llowluoi-i durlng the war. Ho has
been true to tlio South slnco tho war,
Tho Colonol carrlcs sunsliine whorovor
ho goi'M, Ho la not only a Confdorato
who wlll Btund up- und flglit tho battlos
over nKiilo, but he la u Dcmocrat of tlio
r..cl.-l.ottoni typo. llo la, and for several
years iiiis been, tne chairman of hls par
ly 111 Luulsa.
Colonol Koiui ls golng to bo nt Leo
Cuinj. Hall to-nlght to ntttiud tlio ex
eruisea Incldent to tho piosontutiou uf
(Jvnonil Kompor's iiorlralt.
It Ls not gonemlly luiown, but lt a
fucl, thnt Colonel Konn, a grlsslod veter
an, Is a Horgoant of tho llowitisora, llo
ls i.iui of thoso old-young men. or younu
ulil mun, wlioni It ls hnrd to locato as to
ago. A fow yfl.Uffi ago ho was at a meet?
lng of tho HowlUei's. nnd, buttnnlng up
lils ovoronat. liupurnonated a young How
lliter. llo turned tho JoUea upon Major
Robert stiios, Captain Carlton MpCartby
and others, nnd Captain Hutchlnsnn made
him a siirgennt.
W'herevor ho goos, about the Cnpltol
I or the hotol lobhlos, Colonel Konn has
j that wnrm handshake that ls so cliar
; acierislle or Virglnla gnntlemen. He ls
I a man who loves hls capltal clty nnd tho
I ic-ui.U of hls capltal clty love hlm. <
Relief Assoclatlon to Bo Or
ganlzed This Afternoon.
A FIRE AT FOREST HILL
Damage to Detached Kilchon?Exclte
ment for Awhllc?Entertninment nt
Leader Hall?Vcrclict Reversed.
Other News Notes.
Tho Tlmes-Dlspnteli Burcnu, l
~ No. 1102 llull Streot. J
A concerted movemont wlll be stnrted
nt -I o'clock thls afternoon ln Leader Hall
looklng toward tlio Immedltue relief ot
tho suffcrlne nnd needy ot the clty.
A rellof nssoclntlon nnd clty mlssion
wlll be formed, llko sltnilnr organlzatlons
In Rlchmond, and steps wlll at once be
taken to allovlato the suffcrlng now go?
The movement was Inauguratod by
Hon. D. L. Tonoy, who, feellng that
somethlng ahould be dono In a systemalic
way, yesterday mornlng sent Invltallbhs
to many of tho leadlng cltlzens, ladies
and gentlemen, to nioet nt -1 o'clock thls
The letter sent out by Mr. Tonoy Is as
"Manohester, Va? Fob. 18, 1P0.1.
"You aro urgently rcquested to meet
a commltteo of ladies nt Toncy's Hall
on Frlday evenlng nt 4 o'clock to ald in
devlslng ways and moans by whlch funds
mny bo ralsed to holp tho needy poor
ot thls clty, ocoasloned by tho recont cold
weather. Wo nre Informcd "lat thoro
nre many needy personi who may be
alded by concerted actlon.
"D. L. TONEY."
Mr. Toney sald last nlght thnt he knew
of, several very worthy cases, each ono
of whlch ho hnd asslsted so far as he
could, and ho felt that much good could
be rtone by an org.inizatlnn llke that pro
poscd, ana he hopos there wlll bo a
Inrgo attendance r>f Intcrcsted porsons
The hall -will bo well lieated and com
FIREj AT FOREST HILL.
A constderate wlnd and a number of
IntercstPd nclghbors nroventod what
mlght have been n. dlsastroue flre at
Forest Hlll Wcdnosday nlght about <
Fortunntely nothing but n part of the
detached kltchen nt the home of Mr. W.
M. Tnmpklns was burned. and $300 wlll
probably cover thnt loss. The flre waj
caused by sparks from the stove In the
servant's slecplng-room settlng flre to
The nclghbors formed a buckot brl
gade and kept the flames down, nnd pre?
vented thelr spread. elther to the resl?
dence of Mr. Tompklns or to that of M?\
R. II. Smlth. next door.
Judgo Hnncock, ln the Clrcult Court of
Chesterfleld, has roversed tho Mndlng; of
the jury in the stilt of H. T. Watkins
rtgnlnst the Senbo-ard Alr Llne for $800
for allegoddamapes by the burnlng of a
barn from sparks from an. englne. The
bnrn was burned lnst'stimme'r. nnd the
case was trle'd about three months ago.
Tlio verdlot wns se-t nslde on the grounds
that it was contrary to the law ond evi?
Tho rallroad company was represented
by Mcssrs. E. It. Wllllams and Ernest
H. Wells, and Mr. Watkins wns repre
sented by Judge J. M. Gregory.
Freezlng1 weather last nlpht held the
audlence down to a conslderable extent
l.-ust nlght at Leader Hall, but tho per
formanco wns most pleaslng and entor
talnlng. The show stnrted off wlth the
"Tom Thumb Weddlng," whlch was
taken part ln by a hundrod llttle tots,
who pcrformed thelr pnrts exceedingly
well to tho ndmlratlon of thelr parcnts
Other fejitures were rocltatlons and
songs, and the gypsy enconrpment, taJcen
pnrt In by the followlng young ladl<s and
Misses Edna Davldson, Mattie Owens,
J.aynn Davldson, Bertio Cox, Bettle
Owens, Lclla O'Brlen, Rena Renms, Ethel
Morrlsette, May Brewer; Mossrs. Archer
"Wllllamson. A. E. Clements, T. A. Har
rlsnn, L, M, Bendall. Meredltli Owens,
Eddlo. Burton. W. J. Morrlsette, Ed.
Phlllips, Henry Beattie. Cabell Woody,
Howaid Lovell, Mr. Edwards, Mrs. W.
Queen of the Gypsles, Mlss Flora Moody.
Klng of the Trlbe.A. E. Clements.
Wlld Zlngarella, Mrs. Claudla Hazen
The whole productlon was under the
dlrrotlon of Mrs. Claudln ITnzcn Whlte.
A nintlnee pnrformnnco wlll be glven to
morrow n.fternnon at 2:!V> o'clock, all for
tho benellt of Balnbrldgo-Street Baptist
HIOH ROHOOL GRADUATBS.
Those who graduated at tlie Manches
ter Hlgli School ,at the Intermedlate ex
amlnntlnn iust closed were: Mlssea Mary
Coualnn. Ruth 13. Hines, Vlrglo Craze,
Hllda Tatum. Tyoulse Wood, Alma Flour
noy. Lntcher PIillllps.
At the resldence of Mrs. J. T. Jewltt
tho Christian Banil of Central Church
wlll, to-nlght gWo a colonlal tea. Thoae
who will tnko part In tho muslcal ppo
gramme wlll bo: Mrs. B. Tupmnn, Mrs.
Biunuol Woodfln. Mlss Isancs, MIhs El|
Ingtoh, Mr. Ernest Tnylor. Mr. Itbland
Chlldroy nnd Mr. Hi 13. Owen. The publlc
Mrs. A. S. WYlght, wlfo of Pollcoman
WrlghtOs 111 at her resldence, Firth nnd
Tho wito of Pollcomnn R. P. Smlth
The Hiiporviaora of Cliesterlleld counly
wlll meet nt tho courtliouso next Monday
ln regular session. Nothlng speclal la cx
pectcd to corao up bofore them.
The funeral of Mr. Josoph C. Brown
took place from hls honio ln Cliesterf.old
county yestordny aftemoon.
Fllt ISMEN'S ENTBUTAINMENT.
Charles nnd Farley'a Merrymnkers wlll
present thelr comedy dramn, "Tattler."
at Iveader llnll to-nlght for the benolVt
of the MnnchoHter Flremon. This combl
natlon l? well known and populnr ln
Rlchmond, where lt has glven n number
of fntortnlnnifiits. nll of which havo
iiinuacd largo nudlences.
? DON'T YOU THINK SO ?
1 Socicil and \
I ZPersonai \
Interest ln the forthcomlng productlon
of "Pedora," Vlotorlon Snrdou'e dramn,
by the Qeorge Fawcott Cotnpnny at the
Rlchmond Acadcmy wlll be etlmulated by
tho announccmont tliat Mlss Pcrcy llnn
wcl! wlll then dtsplay some very gorgcous
ln tho flrst act she wlll be soon In a
rarlglari evenltiB gown of whlte chlffoti,
wlth spanglod blnck lo.ce, wlth a bolero
jnckot of the blnck lnco.ln flower dc
slpn, n belt of pale blue ond Icriots of
pale bluo on the loft shoulder nnd In
front of bodlco. Tlio gown Ih trlmmed In
tlny gold spanglcs, givlng lt tho slilm
morlng effect of 'n fountnln. With lt Is
worn a handsomo bluo Velvet wrnp, hav?
lng n hrond stolo of squlrrcl ftu- nnd heavy
hnnd-mado laco. wlth stnall IuiiicIicr of
grnpes; also a huge muff of snulrrel fur,
wllh the samo effect lii laou. ln her hnlr
she wlll hnve n dlnmond coml) and spnn
For the second ncl she wlll don a prln?
cess gown of whlte dhlffoh, wlth deslgn
of sllvor spnnglos nnd several rows of
blnck nnd whlte chlffon nround the long
train. The sleoves nre sltnply plnlt strnvs
over tho 'shoiilders and Jet stranda on the
nrms. Tho long; plnk snsb starts from
the shoulder nt the bnck, the ends bcing
henvlly spanglod ln sllvor. Inrront Is a
Jct omnment on tho left slde, wlth
Birenmei-s of blnck volvet I'nlllng to the
bottoni of the sklrt. Tbis Is a most ef
On Hhe prlnclple that tho last should
bo best. she wlll nppeur lu the thlrd net
in a whlte velvot gown. wlth bonds of
blnck fur four Inelies wlde. The bodlco ls
mado wlth short Jacket, flnish'ed wtth fur
rihd dashed ln front with black velvot.
Tne blouse Ih of heavy creain lnoe. The
belt ls laced In front wlth blnck velvet
rnd ln the bnck there ls n large steel
huckle. The skirt ls slaaTicd In front
wlth black velvet, and there ls fur around
A Colonial Social.
A Colonial Soclal was glvon by the Llt?
erary Commltteo of the Epworth. Leaguo
ln tho lecture-room of Park-Placc. Meth
odlst Church last nlgbt nt 8:15 o'clock.
The followlng comprlsed the committee:
Mlss Llzzlo Mackle, Mlss Janlo Rogvrs,
Miss Nelllc Spcpco, Mlss Cnrrlo Mitchell,
Mlss Mnggio Curley, Miss Maudo Wll
klnson. Mlss Mary Tyrco. Mr. Eugono
ninnton. Mr. I. D. Brlggs. Mr. Woodvlllo
A. Page, Mlss Clora Bcckcr and Mlss
The followlng programme was rendered:
Overt tirc.11 Trovatore.
Readlng...Arlstarchus Studles Elocutlon.
Rendlng.The Unknown 'Speaker.
Ylolln Solo.Scone de BalleL
A very pretty receptlon tea wlll be
glven from 5 to 7 I'. M. to-day ln the
ftome of Mrs. Bonjrunin T. Crump, of No.
tlir. West Grace Street. under the auspices
of the Evelyn Spott3' Mcmorlal Clrcle ot
De-coratlons wlll be In' Revolutlonnry
colors of red. w.hlte and blue. and sou
venir hatchets In red wlll recall Wash
Ington's annlyersay and the famous
ch^rry troo eplsode.
'';A dellghtful muslcal programme wlll
be glven by Mrs. Guy Hequembourg.
Mrs. Evan R. Chestermnn and Mlss
Agnes McCarthy, wlth Mlss Emlly Lyons
The recolvlng party wlll Include Mrs.
Benjamln T. Crump, Mrs. Addlson IR>1
laday, Mrs. Llpseo'mb, Mlss Mnrgaret
Chlldrey. Miss Slmonla Rohorts. Mrs. Al
len Chambers, Mrs. Charles Tanner, Mrs.
Trevillan, Miss Mary Frazle, Mrs. Dan
McCarthy, Mlss Ruth Tanner. Mlss Jen
nie McCarthy. Mlss Paullne Powers and
Mlss Lora Crump.
After the muslcile rcfreshments will
be eeryed by llttle Misses Louise Crump.
Floyd Tajior, Dalsy Boykln. Mery D?iy
Wlnn. Loulse Mlller ond Myrn Chambers,
wuarlng patrlotlc rosettes of red. vhlt
nnd blue. Tho tea will he Infonnal nnd
all who wlsh to go wlll bo heartlly wel
Mrs. C. T. Normnn entertalned at cards
last evenlng in honor of her sister, Mlss
Loulso Cabell Lovlng.
Decoratlons were ln plnk, carrled out
In plnk sliaded cande-lnhra and plnk cur
natlons. Of the threo prlzes offered, the
ladies' flrst wor a strlng of cut coral
boads. and tho gentlemen's n scarf pln.
Tho hostcss. Mrs. Normnn, was gowhed
In green crepo de chino, wlth black vol?
vet trlmmlngs. Mlss Lovlng woro whlte
sllk mull. wlth rose plnk rlbbons.
A deltcloua and varled menu was served,
on tho cnrcl tables aftor the game was
A children's ten In honor of Washlng
ton's blrthdny wlll lio glven Saturday
from 3 to 0 o'clock ln Lee Onmp Ilall for
the beneflt of tlie Tcnnosseo table. nt tha
Confcdernte Baznar. Candles, n grnb bag,
and games wlll bo rirovlded for Ilttle peo?
plo who nre fond of both, A cheny treo
wlll he In ovidenco. nnd cherries w'll be
plnned on It for prl7.es. A wonderful doll
wlll be sbown. In short, the procrnmnio
adopted contalns some prospeetive plons
ure for nll vlsltors, who wlll be cordlnlly
? * *
Tho Mnryland Table Commlttee of tho
Confederato Baznnr wlll bnvc an nter
talnment for chlldrsn thls nfterr-oon
from 4 to 6 o'clock at T.ro Camp Kall,
Tho entertainment wlll bo partlcularly
Interesttns and n.ttract|j'e to both boys
nnd glrls, as' there wlll lio a gnod many
rxeltlng games, In whleh tho younk folks
enn competo with ench nther for prizes.
The ohlldren aro looklng forwnrd with
linusunl plen.suro to tliese pnmos. as It
bn.s becomo known Ihnt Mrs. WnlUer
purebnsed somo now onos whllo In Baltl
mnru last week,
Besldes the gnmca, there wlll he fortuno
tellers, n grnh-bng, nnd n cnnriy table
Whore the young people can apend tlieir
RefreahmehtA that nre temptlng to tho
Pftlnte, though not hnrmful to dlgeatlon,
wlll be served,
The tlme hn.". been fljcod for Frlday nf
ternoon, so thnt tho entortujnmnnt wlll
nol Interfero with tho Boluiol work of nny
nf the chlldren. All those who enn nt
tend shoulxl not mlss Ihe oppnrtunlty,
bpcnuse, In nddlt'on to fielplng a worthv
cauno, It wlll be nn orenalon of n gro'ut
cPnl of nri'joytne'ht for tlio parlinlpniita
Tho Maryl.-ind Commlttee cnnslatA of
tho followinp-: Mrs. .Tolin Mnsr-loy AVall:
er, ehnlrmiin; Mrs. Thornn.s II. Lonry,
Mrs, llelrne Tllalr, Mra. R. T. n. MvorV
Mrs. W. W. Morlon, Mrs. Wllllnm K.
Evnns, Mrs. Osterloh, Mrs. fj, A. Ilnon,
Mra, Warrlngtnn Wise, Mra, Jumes Put
Among the youncr glrls who nre n*s'st
Ing tho committeo are tho followlng:
Mlsnes Pngo llovnll. ,lul'e rn-tnrlnh, Ben
*?le .Tnckaon, ,Tul!a Joynos. Elalo I.indsey,
Elln nuek, Cnrrle nonpolils. Mary But
ler, Ellen Wltt, Nnnnle Sdrton.
A vory full meotlng nf tlie lndiea con
nentert with the "Confedernto Fnlr," to
be glven for tho beneflt of the Ilnmo for
Neody 'CcinKdnrnto Women, Mnroh ](lth,
wna held nt tho reslflnnco of Mra. L. O.
Miller, Nn, S05 Knat Grnco Street, yea?
torday aftornoon, Tho lddl?? htive n Krent
many origlnal plnna to bo cnrrlod out
durlng tlio falr that wlll be unlque and
Mra. J. A. Montague .preslded, and read
$ ln Lighter Vein !
Many things can bc treated ln a llght and frlvolous roanner
Good light. howover, cannot bo treated llghtly. GoodHejht
enables you to kcep Rood eyoslght. It avoids doctora' bllla as
wel! as gas bllls, We wlllprescrlbc for all llght ttoublcs frco of
cost?and sel! you the neccssary mcdlclno choap.
We hope before manv more months are pa?t to havo tho
t mantle of t'ame cover us on account of our good work ln mantels,
I Minlsters and missionaries help peoplo to bo good?wo cpmo
t next and offer them. every facllity to kocp clean. " Cleanllness
f is next to godlincss." We have the best asRortrnom of bath
X room suppllcs in the city?thls fnct won't wash "tit. Seo ?
X RICHMOND PLUHBINQ & MANTEL CO.,
? Both phones bio. 26 IN. Nlnlh Streot, Hlchmonii, Vo,
a most beaullful and louchtnc 'icllov from
tho prosldont of tho Home, ( MUs Mury
Custis Lee, She encloHod a itei'Tuim
check nnd statod she was "Ititorostliig
hor friends ln bohalf of the Home." Mrs.
Monlaguo turnod ln one hundred and for
ty-tlvo doJInrs In cash nnd reportod Bi'ofoS
of ''aori plllows" for her aofn plllow
Tho music for the falr -wlll bo glven
by Professor Sleln's Hand and wlll br. of
a hlgh onlor,
Thu costunies fnr tho "glrl aolJIera"
aro belng innrte by a flrst-clnss costumer
and wlll be very olnbornle and beautlfui.
Mrs. Montngtte reporled a numbeT of
nninos toi- llfe meniborslilp. nt a foe nf
All donatlons to tho fnlr should be
mnrked "1101110 for Needy Confederate
A great many prlvate ontortalnments
?r0 behiK glven by the ladies for the oene
flt ot the booths. The ladlos teel a?
sured of great euccess. /
The Forget-Me-Not Clrclo of King's
Daughters wlll glve a Georgo Washlng?
ton blrthduy pnrty to-day from 4 to 6
P. M. In tho home of Mrs. E. W. Moore.
No. 20Ofi East Broad Street.
Hatchets wlll be plnned on a clicrry
trcc for prlzos by the llttle people pres?
ent. The cherrlcs wlll be raie frult.
ln that each one wlll contaln sonwthtng
very nico and extremely unlque. Tho
ndmisslon fefe wlll entltle each chlld to
compcto for prlzos, nnd somethlnjr nlco
wlll be provlded for all. Cake and
oream wlll be served.
A chlldren's Mardl Gras entertalnment
wlll be Biven by ladies lnterested In tho
Mlsslsslppi table at tho Confederate
Bnzanr. from 3 to 6 o'clock next Mon
day nfternoon, at No. 216 East Frank?
lln Street. Mnny unexp^ctcd surprison
In tho way of amusement wlll be pro?
vlded, and the llttle people to come aro
assured of a good time.
The Confederate Dazaar Assoclatlon
mot yesterday at noon In Ixre C'nmp Hall
wlth Mrs. Stephen Putriey preslding.
Mrs. Norman V. IUndolph. the honorary
presldent of the assoclatlon, who has
been ln Washlngtton, was also at the
meetlng-. much to the gratlflcatlon of
Chnlrmen of the dlfferent tablcs after
maklng very satisfactory reports, wore
callod on by Mrs. Putney to nnme, some
person from thelr tables to act on an
entertalnment committee whose duty it
Bhall be to direct some rorm of ontor
tnlnment for each cvenlng dur.ng the
tlmo the Bnzaar lasts. Those whose
names were glven In yostcrdny were Mrs
j. Tnylor Ellyson, by the chairman of the
Virglnla table; Maryland. Mrs. Ihomn.i
II l"r,ry; Florlda, Mlss Lllllaij Taylor;
Loulslana, Mrs. Henry Harwo*????
sippl. .Mlss Bcsslo Hunter; Tcxas Mrs.
Arlolohus Blalr; Kentucky. Mrs: C. c.
Walker Mlssourl, MIhs noberta Allen.
anu the Solld South. Mlss Isollne Moses.
Through the efforts of Mrs./ L. R.
Dashlei a "Bostock beneflt fia* been
promlsed the Conefederate Bazanr As
Slon for March 10th. The? ?-oc a
tlon wlll mcet agaln at noon next rhuis
Committees to Heet.
A meetlng of the Loulsiana Committee
ls called for to-morrow at 11:30 ln r.o.
007 North Tenth Streot.^
All pcrsons lnterested ln tho Trxns
table aro asked to meet wlth Mrs. Ailol
Phus Blair, No. 111 North Thlrd Street.
thls afternoon at 4 o'clock.
The Alnbama Committee ls asked ?o
meet at Mrs. J. II. Drnlte's. No. 1208
Floyd Avenue, Tuesday at noon.
Thn Tennessee Committee Is requcsted
to meet at No. 307 North Twelfth Street
at 10 A. M. to-day.
Mlss Anne C. lientley wlll be Infor
mally "at homo" on Saturday arternnon
from 4 to B o'clock. Mrs. F. J. Broolto.
of Alexandria. wlll bo wlth Mlss Bcntley
and wlll unlte wlth her ln givlng a cor
dlal welcome to friends calllng.
The ten glven by the Uebrow Memorlal v
Aasoi-lation ln Le? Camp llull Tliuredajr
ovcnlng for the benetll of the t'onfedoiufe
Buzaiu- was a sucness llrinnclally and f'i
clnlly. The 'ladlea wiab to oxproas thnl"
hlgh apiiVeclat'lon of the lielp glven by
the Muslcal Commlttee under Mr. Sulll
van'R rtlrectlon, for coffec glven by tlie
Aragon Company nnd for nanltitati'cn fur
ntshed by other.s cuutrlbutlug to tho pleiis
antnens of the oecaalon.
A George Washlngton ten wlll lie glven
ihls cvonlng from 0 to 11. at N<>. 908 Flny?i
An-enue, in behalf of doincatlu iiiissjons.
Mu'jlc, recllallona and whlslllng wlll en
guge exoelloiit local talent and wlll fur
nlsli nn enjoyablo proKraiiiino,
Llght refresliini'iils wlll ho Inrluded In
tho prlcn of lulmlsslon. and creuin nnd
cake wlll be offered for salo,
Members of the Womnn's Club \ylll bo
entltlrd to enrds or ndmlsslon for nscorts
to the F.llsworth lecture. nnd gel llte'SA
enrds nnd Ihelr own ns well by nPI'lvmg
to 1he Janltor of tlie club.
Tlio lecture wlll be glven ln the Y. M.
C A liall next Monday evcnlng u-t'S
o'clock. The subject wlll bo "The l.'nr
son?i Waahington," Tho prlco of ndrnls
Blon car.ls la only "nlf n dollar mah.
They enn he bougllt nt tho club or nt Ihe
door or iho Y. M. C. A,. Imll noxt Mon?
day evenlng. , ,.
?i EllMworth la anld to bnvn the
rrrVntrst eollecllon of prlnls. m.-inuscrlpts
nnrl lelters roforrlng to tha porsonii) slr].'
of Wiishlngton ever brought tOKOthor. H.
hns also phntogrnphed tho choteeat \\ ??>.
Incton mntorlnl In tho country. prlvflto
collootlnns, gront llhrnrloa nnd lilaiorlcnl
Boblello'a havlng gh'on up Iholr cli'iilorjsi
trensiiros to hlm. The story whlch ne.
rn-mpnnloH lils vlcwii koops Iho clnsoat at?
tentlon of bis (iiidhnco to tho very end.
It wns n mntter of rogret nt the Wo?
mnn's Club last nrternonn thnt tli.V |||
nejHs of J>r< Wnltor Pngo prcivmiled hlm
from fulClllrig hla enungennjut thpro
The wedrtlng of IMbs Onrtrudo Kliap
lelgh and Mr. Chnrles A. Riwont.org, both
of Boston, Maas.. was relobrnted Knbpi
nry inth nt !) P. M. In the home of Mr.
nnd Mr*. R. W, Gnry, nf No. 801. Eost'
Mnrshnll Btreet. by tho Risv; Mr. ,T. II.
Morrls, of St. Pnul's Eplsrop.il Church.
The pnrlors wrre deoorated with llowers
nnd Mr, Mntthows played the weddlng
march. Mlss bola Onr.v was mnld of
honor nnd Mr, H. A.'llertz best man.
The brldo wore n mode oolored gown,
trlmmed with n.ppHqne and panno velvet.
Mr. and Mrs. ltoienhern wlll mnke thelr
futtu-n Iwmo at No. P01 Eant Mnrshnll
Mra. Norman Itandolph has Just ro-"
eclved a lotter d'oro Mra. Herbort A.
Clnlbornn, whlch says: "aratofuUy re
oalllng Ihe nid trlvan me by tho Daughtors
of tho Confodemoy In maklnR tho oxlilblt
nont from VlrglnJn to th* Woman's Uo
partment nf Uie Intorstiito nnd Wost ln
dltin Expnsltlon, hold Irimt wlnter ln
Crtarloslon. South Carollna, a oreflltablo
ono; lt glvos imi plcajuiro to maks Uie
"Durlng la?t Mny I was ofrtclally notl
ftod thnt tho handsomo gold modnl for
tho bort oxhlblt ln tho 'Woman's Do
partmonf hnd boen nwnrdod to Virglnla.
"Thls modnl was recolvod a few drtys
slnce. and 1ms boon Klvon My mo to Oov
ernor Mnntngun, to bo placod in a ca?e
ln the Btato Llbrary.
"Very triily yours,
"ICATE CABELl, CLAinORNTQ,
"Commlssloner from Virglnla to tho In
terstntn and Wost Indlnn Exposlllon."
? * .
Mr. nnd Mrs. Jarnrs Alston Cabell have
roturnod from n dollghtful vislt to Nei*
York. Mr. Cabell wlll Introfluoo Mr. Wil?
llam Webeter Kllsworth on tho oocnslon
of hls leoturo next Mondoy svoulng at the
Y. M. C. A. Hall.
? ? ?
Mrs. Iraac T. Mann, of Brnmwoll, W.
Va., was tho guent of honor at a hntid
some card pnrty tfvon thls wook by Mrs.
W. H. Vawter, of "Englewood."
? * ?
Mr. and Mrs. Atexunder C. Humphrles,
<>f New York, aro at the Jefferson Hotol.
Mr. Humphrles Is the recently appointed
prerddent of Stovens Instltute, lloboken.
Mr. Harold Jcfferson Coolldge and
Mlss Edith Lawrence Marrled.
(Special to The TlmM.Dl'pitch.)
BOSTON. MAES.. February 19.?Tht
weddlng of Mr. Harold Jefterson Coolldge
and Mlas Edlth Lawrence took ^ilaco to
day at noon In tho. Church of Our
Savlour at Longwood. The church wua
profusely decurated wlth vlnoi ond Euater
ltlles. a large arch belng formed Just ln
front of the chancol.
; In ? splte of tho? very cold weather. a
Irtrte (and faslilonable-gathorlng of thn
friends and Telatifcs- o'f the two furnlilr*
was present. The grooni was attendod
by hls brother, A. C. Coolldge. r.s bost
man, whlle the brlde had as her mald ot
honor Mlss Alice Lawrence, her cousln,
Tlio brlde's uncle. Blshop Lawrence,
took part In tho servlco and pronounced
the benedlctlon. In vlew of the brldo'a
recent lllness, a small receptlon wae held
after the ceremony at the home of Amui
A. Lawrence, Esq., tho brlde's father.
Mr. Coolldge ls well known In Rlch?
mond, ivhcre he has vlslted freqeuntly on
hls way to Tuckahoe. the ancostral hom*
of hls great-grandmother.
Fire In Mouldlng Shop.
Flre broko out ln the mouldlng- room
of McGee nnd Pollard, Nos. 2310 ond 2312
Fnst Maln Street. about 8:45 o'clock last
night. The blaze was soon dtscovered,
nnd the department. rcspondlng promptly, .
otilckly extlngulshed It. In golng to Iho
flri tho :horses of Englne Company No.
2 sllpped and fell, though nelther was at
Tho Fence Law Bllls.
The Committee on Agrlculture and
Mlnlng will jneot Wcdneaday afternoon,
tho 25th lnstant. at 4 o'clock to consld??
tho Cartor fence law bill.
A VISITQR HERE
He Goes South in the Prl
vate Car of His Friend.
Mr. John D. Rockefeller. Jr? the rlch
est Sunday-school teacher ln the world,
spent a Ilttle more thnn thrco houra ln
Rlchmond last nlght, though few people
kncw.lt outalde of rallway and news
Mr. Rockefeller spent yesterday In
Newport News. ana came up to Rlch?
mond laat evcuing over the Chesapeake
nnd Ohlo, arrh-lng ahortly after 7 o'clock.
Ile Is trnvollng on a borrowed car,
loaned hlm by hls friend. Mr. George
Clnuld Tlie palace on wheels ls tha
Alnliintn. of the Mlssourl Paclfle.
' Tho oar brought to Rlchmond a con
sldcrable nuantlty of snow on Its front
stens whlch was offset by an Ice-cream
freoier on the bat-lt platfonn. Mr.
Hiickofnlltr kopt to hla quartera whlle
Iti tti?- c.lty, n?a 6? far a*5 ilny on* knew
who' could be found, dld not set foo.t or
fueo oiitsldi! of hls frlond's car. The
Clicsiipeiihe nnd Ohlo had orders to cle
ll'vor the enr and contents to the South?
orn. whlch wns donu "with noatness and
cilspaich," und the Atalanta wont South
IukI nlght at 11:03 on tho rear of tlie
lt lookod llko a plty Mr. Rockefeller
dld not got hero in tlme to uttend the
mooting of tho Richmond College Trus
Inos' Commlttee, whlch at -I o'clock waa
puvszllng lta brnln on the problem of
rulalng half n rnlllion. Ile nilght havo
had Homo sugKoalloiia to mnke and the
opportunlty may yet bo extended hlm.
Liver 111 s,
Save Yowr Money.
One box of Tutt's Pilla wlll ?avfl
many dollars in doctors* bill*
They will surcly cure all dbeasea
of the atoniach, liver or oowela
No Reckless AssertiOKi.
For slck headache, dyspepsla,
Bialaria, crmstlpatioiv and biliou*.
Besa, a tuillioii people endoraa