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Miller ? Rhoads.
Miller _ Rhoads.
White Dress Goods For
Wo sold more "White Cotton Dress Fabrics on Monday and Tues?
day than in any other two days in our history.
"Why? Because wo have what people want aud at prices to suit.
FANCY STRIPE PIQUE.
2" Inches wlfle, open work.
FINK STRIPE AlAURAS.
10c, 83 inches -wide. In plain and
FINE PERSIAN LAWN.
25c. 41 Inches wide.
lS'l-Se., 40 Inches wide, extra fino
and ver}- sheer,
SEA ISLAND HATISTE.
19 1-2?,, ?o Inches wide, a superb
12 l-2c, Se Inches witlo, linen finish,
Remember The June Sale of Muslin
Our Salespeople aro as busy as bees in the Muslin Underwear
Store because Bichrnond folks long ago found out that this store is
the place to get- the best in Musliu Underwear. It's proven by tho
generous ?espouse to our advertisements.
fl.SO, Skirt of fine cambric, um?
brella ruffle of fine lnwn. trimmed
with tucks, dust ruffle. A dainty drop
skirt for thin dresses.
$2,00, Skirt ot cambric, lnwn ruffle,
trimmed -with hemstitched tucks and
ruffle of embroidery and dust nifflp.
BOc., Corset Cover of fine nainsook,
full front trimmed with Val. lace.
91.00, Gowii of Nnlnsook; low neck,
short, sleeves, chemise style, trimmed
with Val. Lnce insertion nnd wnsh
7?5o, Drawers of fino nainsook, um?
brella ruffle of lawn trimmed with
hemstitched tucks and Val. lace.
? Sonai and
I ? ?Personai\
Miss Bratsle PegTam. tho daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. James W?st Pegram, and
?leutenant Rufus Z. Johnston, of tho
United States navy, were married at 0
o'clock last evening by tho He v. Dr. Rob?
ert B. Strange, of St. Paul's Episcopal
The ceremony was performed In the
bomo of the bride, Ko. SOS Park Avenue,
and was witnessed by the relatives nnd
?friends of both brido and groom, Tho
?square hall and the drawing-room wer?
?a mass of gold and -whlto 'lowers tbe
"sunshine flower," or coreopsis, and white
?carnations carrying out the color tones.
Dr. Strange took bis stand In the bay
?window of the front dra-wlng-room, which
?was massed 'w)th palms and ficrwers.
"White taper.?? aud altar candlesticks add
?cd to the Inipresslvoness of the marriage
The beautiful bride camo In on her
father's arm. She wore nn imported crea?
tion of white panno crepo de chino em?
broidered in white orchids. The skirt was
t-lashed with plaltlngs of chiffon, and the
corsage was covered -with band-work and
veiled In Duchesse lace. The bridal vail
vyas caught with heirloom pearls and the
bridal flowers were a shower o? Ulllcs ot
Tbe. maid of honor. Miss Lily Pegram.
was gowned In nun-plaited whlto liberty
Fllk. Her bouquet was of white sweet
peas held with gold-colored ribbons.
Major M. Bannon. of the United States
Sfurine Corps, was best ninji. The groom
?was further attended by Mr. Edward
Watson, the son of Admiral Watson; Mr.
O. Knepper, Mr. P. II. Brumby, of tho
United States navy; Naval Constructor
?William Grosbeck, of this city; Mr. P. ?T.
Dashleil, of Annapolis, and Mr. W. A.
Lamed, of Summit, N. J. Tho entire
party was In full naval uniform.
The white and gold color scherno ob?
tained In the dining-room as elsewhere.
The center piece wns ? lovely plaque of
white roses. Candelabra had gold-col?
ored shades, so did lamps and chandeliers.
Ices, marrons glace and othor bonbons
wero harmonious tone accessories. Mrs.
Scott Parrlsh and Mrs. Robert M. Blu-n
Itrnshlp i-erved punch. Mrs. Arthur
Bcrlvenor, who assisted in receiving the
guests, had on gray crepe de chin??,
trimmed In applique and chiffon.
The elegant array of wedding gifts was
received by the young couple, who both
belong to prominent families, the bride
numbering among her ancestry many
distinguished naval mori and possessing
a most attractive personality.
Lieutenant Johnston fought in the Span?
ish-American and Chinese wars and Is
Forvlng at present a? an aid on the
staff of Admiral Barker. He Is the son
of the RtsVT Dr..'*'Robert Z. Johnston, of
Llgon, 'N. C. '
Among the out-of-town guests were Mrs.
Richard Walnwrlght, Mr. Richard-Wnln
?wrkiht, Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. W, 8. Turpln,
of Washington. D. C; Miss Mabel Mur?
ray, of Baltimore; Mr. and Mrs. George
Pegram, of Petersburg; Miss Elisabeth
Taylor, the Misses Blackwell, Mr. Bur
russ, of Norfolk: Mrs. M. L. Holt, Mr.
M. McCormlck, Mr. Knox. Johnston ajid
Mr. H. E. Yornell, of tho United SUitcs
Amongi the Richmond guests Invited
were Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bryan, .Misses
Stewart, Miss Mabel Walkor. Mr.- and
Mrs. Aubrey Young, Mr. nnd Mrs. Horace
S. Hawes, Miss Claudia Palmer, Mr. and
Mrs. Cotesworth Plnrknov. Mr. and Mrs.
James B. TClam. Mr. and Mrs. T. William
Pemborton. Mr. ami Mrs. Virginios New.
ton, Mrs, Lewis W. Burwell, Miss Bur?
well, Mr. and Mrs. Scott Parrlsh, Mr.
Edward Mayo. Mr. Wllllnm Noland, Mrs.
Joseph R. Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Arc.h
?f-r Anderson, Misse* Anderson, Messrs.
Anderson, Mr, and Mrs, St, George Brvan,
Dr. Teple. Lieutenant-governor and Mrs.
Wlllnrrt. Miss Adele Minor, Mr. Alexander
Weddoll, Misses WeiUI.-U. Messrs. Fair lie
end St. George Took, M'usas Beirne, Mrs.
John Addlson Mr. Pouf-la- Gordon, Miss
Evelyn Gordon. Miss Edna Forbes,.
Mrs. John A. Coke, and Mrs. John A.
?Coke, Jr., Mr. and Mit Corydon Button,
Mrs. Tonnant, Miss Ann??? Tfiinatu. Miss
Berta Wellfnrd, Misses Gray, Messrs.
Bryan. Miss Mary Donnan, Misses Mary
and Phronle. Pegram. Mr. John Walker,
M If-* Annie Rose Walker. Mr. and Mrs.
A. B. Guit-on, Miss Ashlev Miller, Mr.
and Mrs. W. G. Millar. Mr. and Mm,
.lullen HID, Mr. ami Mrs. William Hill,
Col. Jo Lane Stem, Mr. and ?Mrs. Geo, El
SNAP, PUSH AND GO
Is What One Should Get From Food.
A young Bt. Louis lady learned a food
JebBSOn she won't forgot. She says: "I
Buffered from indtge&tlon for nearly ten
yetsrE, and although I tried all kinds of
joode for breakfast, I r-ould not eat any
of them, until one elay I discovered
Grape-Nuts, ?md now G wonder how I
..-ver did without it.
"I am ?. monographer In a business
?office, and none! all the energy possible,
but I formerly ?p?-?t the gratar pa?*, of
every morilu*?. wlsV.lr.j I hud gone with?
out brea-kfaet, ft.r I way. uontlr.-inlly re?
minded of It by thi uncomfortable din?
trenm-d i-tate of my etoiniic'r,. How
much ability i lost through Dili? % could
not tell you. but now all ls different, for
? eat some fruit ?nd a eE.ue.er of Grape
Nuts, and worit harei all the morning and
never think ebout my stomach until
lunch time oome?
"I feel the good ?f/?*-tj of Grape-Nutii
In ?a sharpened brain, better memory and
Increased thinking Capacity. The only
diftioultr I bave about It ta that I never
?W-M?? to limit myielf to th* required
?mount, ior I love It eo." Neme given
by Postutu Co., Bstti* Crebk, Midi.
- Thwe is a reseon why Orape-i'utB
?sharpens the brMn.
It'? fun to make new . and dellcloua
drsskdrtn by ths recipe book found in eioh
p*olu*e of Orsr-e-Kiut.
Hott. Dr. nnd Mrs. H. Calici 1 Tabb, Mr.
and Mrs. Carl ton Jackson, Mr, and Mrs.
Chiles Mason Ferrali, Mr. Sidney Daven?
port, Mr. Randolph Holladay, Miss Anna
Leo Alfrienr?. Mr. Otis Alfrlend. Miss
Katie Blankenshlp. Mr. Fra nit Blanke.n
shlp. Miss Lily Urquhart, Mr. and Mrs.
Turner Arrlngton, Mr; and Mrs. F. H.
Deane, Dr. and Mrs. Stewart McLean;
Mr. Georgo Bldgood, Mr. and Mrs. Stc
phea Putney. Mr. and Mrs. 1. N. Jones,
Misses Loulie and Adele.AVllllams.
Tho wedding of Miss Margaret Susan
Hutson to Mr. Byron Bernard Williams
will be celebrated at 3:30 P. M. to-day In
Pine-Street Baptist Church, the pastor
and uncle of tlie bride, the Rev. J. B.
The gtroom'f? best man will bo Mr.
Pen-in; his groomsmen, Mr. Oscar Phil?
lips, Jr., Mr. Laughon, Mr, Wilbur Oir
nev and Mr. II. I. Montgomery,
Miss Mnrv Hutson Will ho miud of hon?
or. Misses Fannie and Annie Hutson,
Miss Bess'.o Beniicn and Miss Bessie Lee
will, officiate an .bridesmaids.
The bridal party were-handsomely on
teitninod In the homo of tir? brido on
Monday evening last?
A quiet but vory beautiful marriage
wns solemnized at the homo of Mr. and
Mrs. Vf. 3. Klmbrough, No. 009 West
Clay Street, yesterday morning at 11
o'clock, when Mr. Philip Samuel and Miss
Llllle A. Beazley wero united In tho
bonds of matrimony by the T?ev. Carey
13. Morgan. Thoy were attended bv Mr.
Edward Beazley, a cousin of the bride,
and Miss Alma Samuel, tho groom's sla?
Mr. Samuel ls prominent In tho mechan?
ical department- of tho Richmond Loco?
motive-Works. ' Mrs. Bamtiel is a daughter
of the lato A. S. Beazley, of Hanover
.Miss Wining very artistically rendered
the wedding march during tha ceremony.
The newly-wedded couplo left on the noon
train for a trip to [New York and other
points north. They were tho recipients of
mtiny beautiful nnd .Substantial tokens of
esteem. Upon their retum to Richmond
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel will mako their
home on Church Hill.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Gathrlght
have Issued cards announcing the mar?
riage of their daughter, Miss Kvolyn
Guerrant, to Mr. John Robert Massle.
The wedding took placo Wednesday,
May 'JT,th. at Dabney's, Vn,
MiFis Annie Trimmer and Mr. P. A,
Belton wore married at 7:.'i0 A. M. yester?
day In St. Mary's Catholic Church by the
Rev. William Meyer.
Mr. and Mrs. Bolton left last evening
?for an extended northern tour. Their
home after their return will bo nt No.
802 West Clay Street.
Mis? Sue K. Gordon entertained the
Whist Club of which she is presiden!
very delightfully at her homo on Monday
evening, when tho club, met for Liit, Just
time this season.
Tha highest scoro was made by Mrs.
Bland Smith and Miss Klc.'-n.'?? Tyler,
Tho club Is looking forward with much
pleaeure to its reorganization next fall.
Airs. William Garrott will spemi iTidiy
and Saturday with fiionils |n Washing?
Friday evening and Saturday Miss Nan?
nie Pegram will bo tho guest of Dr. nnel
Mrs. Wilbur, of tho Columbian Univer?
sity. AVashlngton, D, O. Miss Pegram
will return in time to resume her school
duties on Monday.
Miss Mary Drewry, -Miss Mary Drake,
Miss Charlotte Miller. Mr. Ott Drnlie nnel
Mr. James I'rltchott left Saturday lust to
attend the finals of the Danville schools.
Mrs. McAllHter, of Hot. Springs, Va.,
Is ppendlpg some days at No. ?l? Fast
Frank In Street.
Mrs. Besslo Holmes Clack, of Boyd?
ton, Va., Is also a guest at the ?Mount
The Misses Kidwell will give an In?
formal dance at Northslde Hall, Juno
?lth, at 8:80 P. M.
Young ladles and gentlemen going to
tin? dance will return by ilio last cur.
Miss Mamlo Lee, ot New York Is vis?
iting her aunt, Mrs. Winn, at No. S'.'O
K?st Franklin Street.
Miss Besslo Snead, of Fork Union, Va.,
will arrive In Richmond to-tiny to spend
a month with her sinter, Miss Martini
Moshy Snead, at No. 320 East Franklin.
Dr. and Mrs. Henry A. White, of Co?
liitnbia. S. C, are the guests of Judge
and Mrs. Wellford.
There woro linee Council Committee
meetings last night, but none of them dis?
posed of any matters of moment.
The Committee on JainoH River Im?
provement opened bids far erecting tlfty
pontoon's and ?,???? feel of pipe, mid ro
terred the some to the cit?,- Engineer,
with instructions to award tho contraete
lo the lowest bidders.
The Market Committee ?warded the
For the erection of an lion shed 160
feet long at the Second Marient, to .^sa
Snyder and Company.
Tinning and plumbing for same, to J,
E. Rose and Company.
Carpenters' work, to II, L, .Matthews.
Banning, lo A, W. Hargrove.
'ihe Committee on Cemeteries held Its
regular semi-monthly meeting and up.
proved the pay-roll of Its employes.
Went toths? G-.-.???.
Governor Montague accompanied the
Hoard Of Plreptor* of Uta penitentiary
and Superintendent HoIiiih to ihe State
Farm yesterday on a tour of inspection.
Ill? Excellency returned lest night much
pleased with hie trip.
Did Not Act,
The Subcommittee on Water hold a
meeting yesterda?? and considered ublde
for the Lee District standplpe, but noth?
ing ? a definite natur? was determined
Says Tulloch's Charges Are
Lies Out of Whole Cloth.
URGED TO REINSTATE
Told lhat He was Collecting Evidence
of Improprie, es?Machen May
Be Indicted by Grand
(Ih- Aneoclnted Prese.)
WASHINGTON, June 2.-Tlifi investi?
gation of affairs n t. the Postoffice De?
partment Is proceeding as rapidly as pos?
sible. nn?l the Investigatili**; olllclnls hope
to closo their influirles by August 1st.
Postmastor-Generni Payne sale! to-day
that all tlio salient points of tho investi?
gation probably would he disposed of
hy thn en?! of this month, but thnt the
rest, of the work might continue for a
consid?rable time. The only development
announced at the department to-day was
the promulgation of the letter of former
First Assistant Postmaster-Gonoral Ileth,
who enters a denial of tho Tulloch
The go-betweens, two, It Is alleged,
figures In transactions which led to the
arrest of August Vf. Machen, the for?
mer general superintendent of the free
delivery system, nie unilerstoo?? to be
members of the Arm In Toledo. O., the for
mer homo of Mr. Machen, nlthouRh It ls
known authoritatively that there are sev?
eral parties whose arrests may bo de?
cider! on at any time. Postmaster-General
Payne said to-night that so far he ',s
advised no Immediato arrests are In con?
Tho preliminary hearing of Mr. Machen
before a United States commissioner,
which Is scheduled for next Friday, may
be rendered unnecessary in caso the grand
jury should report an Indictment against
him. The case, will bo presented to that
KNEW NOTHING OF IT.
Mr. Heath, In his letter says that If
Mrs. Wlnans, the Ohio woman who was
reported n s saying she was carried on
the rolls with' tho understanding that she
was to ilo no work, did not. render ser?
vices pnuivnlent to her compensation, her
superior offlcorp were deceived. Mr. Heath
denies that he had any personal interest.
"I never appointed nny person to any
position or retained any one In nny posi?
tion, at nn ytlme, with any sort of notion
or Idea thut he or she was not to render
full nnd honest service to tho govern?
ment for the pay received. Tho Intimation
that, there was an 'honorary roll' upon
which persons wore placed for political
or personal or other purposes than good
service, Is a pure Invention. It Is a lie out
whole cloth, as are most of the Imputa?
tions of Tulloch. If any persons were |
so appointed or retained It was through
their own dishonest designs."
Mr. Heath says his visit to Porto Rico
and nnd tho Pacific, slope were made In
the government services, and for every
dollar expended ? ? account was made.
Mr. Heath refers to Gllmer's alleged dis?
courtesy to clerks In tho PostoIHee De?
partment, anil says he asked that Gll
mer be instructed to act like a gentle?
Mr. Heath snys Tulloch's friends asked
him to Intercede fpr Tulloch's reinstate?
ment, advising Heath that "Tulloch had
been colecting evidence of Improprieties
in tho postonico, and that If ho were
not reinstated he would expose them, thnt
I woulel bo mndo to suffer, and McKln
ley's administration would bo scandal?
Mr. Heath says that Inasmuch ns Tul?
loch did not roport any of the alleged
irregularities ho could not recommend
him for any position. Tulloch subsequent?
ly had these matters, Heath says, pub?
lished. Mr. Heath adds:
"The man against whom allegations
were rilrecteel has refused to pay tlie
price of proposed secrecy."
REV. MR. MORRISON COMING
Missionary from the Congo Will Preach
Tho pulpit, of tho Second Presbyterian
Church of this city will bo lllloel next
Sunday morning by tho Rev. W. II. Mor?
rison, the Congo missionary, who has
recently created such? a Hcnsntlon by his
recital of conditions among the natives of
the South African country, from which
Tho visit of Mr. Morrison Is looked
forwarel to with tho liveliest internst. A
Hugo congregation will, in all probabili?
ty, hear him speak. He will preach f?>r
Dr. Cecil, who goos to I?ewlsbur*r, Vf,
Va., to preach a bnccalnureate sermon,
AIR. E. W. TRAFFORD
A Well-Known Electrical Expert Has
Opened an Office Here.
Mr. E. Vi*. Trafford has opened an
oflice in the Chamber of Commerce build?
ing ns a consulting olootrlea) nnel meohan
lcnl engineer. -
Mr. Trafford ls well known in the com?
munity, having hail lho supervision ?if
jienrly nil the eleotrlo lighting nml power
Interests in this cliy for moro than four
In addition to a wide, practical ox
perlcnci) in thB field of electric lighting,
New Tork Announcement.
All tho fasliionnblo designs in
Furniture, including &-- woods and
fiuiehos, and in unequalled assort?
ments, with everything marked nt
convincingly moderalo prices, aro
tho manifold attractions presonted
at our establishment.
White Enameled Pcdroom Suites, plain
nnd decorated-Bedroom Suites In
bird's-eye maple, birch, oak nnd maho- ?.
g.-tnv-Brass Bedsteads in exclusive
patterns?Enameled Iron Bedsteads
with brass tfimmlngs?Dining Room
Suites in the Colonial and nil other fash?
ionable styles-Exclusive designs in
Parlor nnd Drawing Hoom Furniture
-Empire Furniture In all lines?
Flemish and Venetian Carved Furniture
for libraries, halls and dens?Mission
Furniture In Settees, Arm Chairs, Rock?
ers, Tables, &c-Couches, Settees,
Easy Chairs, Rockers. Dressing Tables,
Cheval Glasses, Writing Desks, ?S-c.at
all prices-Special display of Eight
day Chime Clocks by Elliott of London, .
and notable American makers.
R.J. Horner& Co.,
Furniture Maker? nnd Importer?,
61-6i> ??. 23d St., Now York
(Attjotnlne i;?len Mueee)
electric railway nnd power transmission
work nnd tho dopigli nnd erection of
plants for these purposes, Mr. TrnlTord
has tile advantage of :i thorough tec'ni!?
cnl trnlnlng, and his ability has been
recognized by tho American instituto of
Electrical Engineers, the highest authori?
ty In electrical matters, of which he Is
ono of tho few .G?ill members resident In
tho Southern Stntes.
INTEREST INO EXERCISES
Altar of Ivanhoe Lodge to Be Dedicated
nt Lee Camp Hall.
Interesting ceremonies will be hold to?
morrow night upon tlio occasion of tho
dedication of the new altar of Ivanhoe
Lodge, K. of P., at Lee Camp Hall. All
visiting Pythlo.ns will be welcomed. Mr.
Jefferson Wallace will presido nnd Cap
tnln Cunningham will sing the ode, Tho
dedication address will be mado by Rov.
John H. Dickinson, the grand prelato of
A FAN DRILL
Pleasant Event at Northside Hall on
A fan drill will be given at Northsido
Hall, Highland Park, Juno flth by tho
Indies of Ascension Guild for the honelit
of .Ascension Chapel. Refreshments will
be served. Tho occasion will be an ex?
ceedingly pleasant one.
An Alleged Faikr,
A short and thjn very dark negro with
a slight mustache has been for some time
past and at tho presont timo Is engaged
In going from houso to houso (sometimes
saying somo" one sent hltn there, using
the name of somo ono in tho Immediate
vicinity) with a long tale of woe of hav?
ing been burnt out, losing everything, In?
cluding his homo, will? h he describes as
being in the country, near the city. He
carries a basket and solicits contribu?
tions of money, clothing or anything you
wish to bestow. ;IL has been proven that
this darkey is a fraud, and has been
working this scheme In different parts
of the city for some timo past.
Division No. 1, Ancient Order of Hi?
bernians, will spend on enjoyable evening
on June lot.h Bit Lee Camp Hall. An ela?
borate programme Is being arranged and
a feast of mirth and music will prevail.
To Send in List.
Captain F. W. Cunningham, collector of
city tuxes, will on Friday send In the
list of delinquents to the I'ollco Court
for action by that tribunal.
Large Number of Officers to
Be Elected by the Board
Richmond's "finest" will be on roview
to-day. The semi-annual inspection of the
Police Department will take place at 4
o'clock this afternoon. The olllcors will
bo Inspected at the three stations bv the
commisloner.N of tho various districts.
Immediately after tho Inspection the
board will meet In regular monthly ses?
sion, at which iline one-third of the mem?
bers of tho forco will come up for re-elec?
tion. No other business o ispe?la.! noie Is
Hablo to com?? up. As there are no
charges against any of the Incumbents,
there is no doubt that all of thorn will
be re-elected. Those whoso terms ex?
pire this month are: Major Howard and
(.'lerk George Pollock, at headqunrtorse;
First Districi ?Sergeant Korso; Privates
Brown, Duggins, Pendleton, Ogllvr,"?
Criunp, Bailey, Vest, Talley, Robinson.
Lamichi, Minor; ?Second District?Sergeant
Talley; Privates Nelsz, Toler, Bitfelds,
Polticux, Sweeney, Cox, Wiley, Walton,
Bryant; Tlilnl District, Sergeant McMo
hon; Pr?valos Thomas, Mattern, Pillow,
Maiithows, Krouse, Keith.
Tho members of tho board In their in?
spection will ba distributed ns follows:
First District?Commissioners Wolsh anil
Manning; Second District? Commlsionors
Bosher nnd McCarthy: Third District?
Commissioners Whlttett, Jacob and Lan
orrhloBB ceiniplexloQ pondere ?nd 10
Hone, contn liilni,? jiolaoiih nnd other Injur?eme
enl?stame. ? your fume Is ilitllKuroil with l.lnck
hearts und pimplas, nr .min? ?ekln is red, rough
or <>11y, I cnn Bend yen n recipe thut I? ? positive
cure. It Ih burinions ?nil you ?an prepare it nt
u coat of 10 cent?, It draws and tlghloiiu tha
sVln. Recipe, 85 cents.
GRAY KAIlt MADE BLACK OR BROWN,
2. If y?.ur hair ls gray or turning gray ?ve
have a formula feir ? preparation Ihn I Will ????
ti?eiy restore the kr?y hairs to iiiclr natural
coliir; alto miikeia Ihn hair grow anil leiok i-'ft
?ud gle.-sy. Il riininln? no sulphur, migar of
itati, nitrato silver, or poison? of any kind. It
will not rub off, la not Blick}?, ellrty or gummy.
You ran propere it at post P? a 'ow cent?. Mo
c'lpo. 25 renia.
3. l'or U5 c?-nt? 1 will sonel the furmulu for a
face blocb. Wo guari,atee It lo remove freckle?
and all iltti'?!u-.itli.u? (itiin ?-kin I'm ite|?!?
for u few ri-uta.
4. A uirat ufrueiiiiil r.i'.d doligbtful preparation
liny and bsautltjin*? thu ukln.
uovmu \erliii.ir?.. 11?-? Ijm, 25
111 |l flr.l!li|:,
?. Tfcei formula for i'iilsrgliig t"e huat ?nd fill
out hollow? lu chest, nack a'irt f,."? ls ?luipl?,
Ii,. . ;.".?!?? ?.nd HUrn. III'-,;?'. 25 ?OUti.
?. Tim simplest thing DU carlo, iiinkun tt grow
at one?, ?tenie lu fulling oat, pi?ve>ntH dandruff
and tialdntas. i.'iu pi'?|/aru 1*. fjr a few cenle.
ItCClp?, ?Kl c?fit?.
7. lliii prouurutloa ls an luf?ll?ble> wrinkl?
romeiror, turf.-'-tly l.'rn.Vi? und lue-x'ponslvei.
After once lisina It you will not lio without lt.
ltcclpe, ?G. cent,.,
S. Alni long, drooping lashes muy ho grown
and thickened, itucipe, 25 cants.
0, A face watli thnt will remoro that greasy.
Illlny look from tlie ?kill und li'uvo It soft emit
white In five mitin ? c-a lifter ?ashing. In a week
roPIOVOS all discoloretlontl huiuless; cost ? cunts
to preparo enough to hint six months, Itcclpe,
10, On faco neck une! arms quickly dissolved
and removed iilihout pain or discoloration; ali?
solute removal lu .'I minutes, ltecipn, 25 conte,
11, Kor ?5 cents we ?end safe recipe to bloif
dine the hair, making tho hnlr any ?hade, soft
a? ?HU nini orinimi; inexpensive.
BOIT WHITE HANDS.
12 Tbc ro?-rlirat, hardest or reddest hand?
nnd? "Mie In ?. few night?; inexpensive. Ite
J.' liixees.hti ? .-rsolruilin of tho feet ond arm?
pits positiv*,))- ? urtiti without closing poroe?.
liusis u few Cunta to pre.psre It. Heclpt), 85
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802 ?. Carey St., Baltimore, Md.
to Woman's College Students
EXERCISES AT ACADEMY
Pretty Sceno and Most Interesting Fea?
tures Mark the Close of an Excel?
lent Session?Fine Address
by Dr. Cecil.
Tho last acts in the Woman's College
commencement of 1003 wero played last
afternoon and evening, Tho curtain was
ring down, tho lights turned off, and the
sweet girl graduates may now bo thought
of as having passed from the portals of
their alma mater to the big world which
lies outside of nnd beyond It.
The conferring of diplomas, medals and
degrees and tho delivery of tho annual ad?
dress by Rev. Dr. RtisHoll Cecil, of tho
Second Presbyterian Church, nt tho Acad?
omy of Music yesterday afternoon were
Impressive nnd Interesting to the last
degree. A very largo nudlonco flllod the
building, nnd the curtain rose with Dr.
Nelson, the principal of tho coll?ge, the
degree students, tho trustees, Dr. Cecil
and others sentcd upon the platform.
The orchestra burst Into harmonious
strains, and the applause was spontnne
ous unii sincero. Rev. Dr. Cooper, of the
First Baptist Church, made the opening
prayer, Then, after a few remarke from
Dr Nelson, the dean of tho faculty, Pro?
fessor C. B. Garnett, delivered tho diplo?
mas to the students who wero entitled to
them. The young ladles filed to the front
of tho stage, stood up In their pretty
white gowns, received tholr diplomas and
their flowers, then passed out to occupy
tlio boxes and logo chairs to the right
of tho entrance. The boxes opposite were
filled by Mrs. Nelson. Mrs. Candler nnd
members of tho faculty. Friends ot the
graduates occupied tho upper boxes.
The awarding of medals caino next. Dr.
Whltsltt, of Richmond College, presented
tho modal donated by the faculty of the
college to Miss Mabel Walker, of King
nnd Queen, for the best poem published
In tho Chisel. Tho remarks with which
Dr. Whltsltt graced his presentation were
exceedingly well judged and appropriate.
Mr. Frank P. Brent delivered to Miss
Madge Irene Bowie, of Caroline county,
the medal given by Mr. John Garland
Pollard for the best essay contributed to
the Chisel during tho pa-st year. Mr.
Brent considered authorship In Its truo
sonso the finest of the arts, and eloquent?
ly pointed Miss Bowie to Homer. Dante,
Shakespeare nnd Ralph Waldo Emerson
a:, worthy exemplars of youth.
The elocution medal, donated by Mr. ?T.
D. Crump, president of the Board of
Trustees, was presented to Miss Ruth ?T.
Turner, of Emporla, Va., by Mr. D. C.
O'Flahcrty in some especially neat and
well turned sentences, which fell most
aptly on the ear.
The medalists were all remembered
most handsomely In floral -offerings by
tholr friends and admirers.
Tho degrees were next handed Dr.
Nelson by Mr. C. B. Garnett. The Doctor
In his turn bestowed them upon tho
graduates, saying somo kind and pleas?
ant thing to each one as he did so. The
giving out of the degrees was the signal
for flowers, roses white and roses red;
carnations, sweet peas, baskets, bou?
quets and showers, so thaf the lino of
grnduatcs had the stago In front of their
scats well heaped with fragrant mounds.
DR. CECIL'S ADDRESS.
Tho. flnnl feature was the delivery of
tho annual address, a masterpiece ' of
sound philosophy and splendid rhetoric
on tho pnrt of Dr. Cecil. Then the or?
chestra's glad strains were heard again,
and the girls went slowly out from the
scene of tho greatest triumph of their
At tho reception, which was held in
the college parlors last night, Dr. and
Mrs. Nelson, the faculty nnd tbe gradu?
ales received the mnny visitors who came
to offer congratulations and fo.eay good?
CROSSES OF HONOR
FOR THE VETERANS
This evening at 8:30 o'clock tho Rich?
mond Chapter, Daughlt,.?* of the Con?
federacy, will meet at Lee Camp Hall
for tlio purpose of conferring the crosses
of honor upon thoso veterans who havo
not yet received them. Seats will bo
reserved for tho veterans of Leo nnd
Plckett Camps and tho Sons of Veter?
ans nlso members of all Confederate
organizations who wear ttm.r badges.
Bishop Ke.lley. of Savannah, .ya.. Is on?'
of tho out-of-town visitors expected.
This is the programme to be rendered:
Prayer by the chaplain.
Music?Solocted, In charge of Captain
Rending of Confederate bazaar report
by Mrs. Stephen Putney, associate presi?
Informal address, Judge Georgo L,
Christian, Advisory Board, I. D. ?.?.
Reading of rules governing Crosso? of
Honor and call of tho roll of veterans
by Adjutant J. Taylor Strntton.
Crosses presented to veterans by pres?
ident of chapter, assisted by presidents
of memorial associations.
Informal speeches by visiting veterans.
Auld Lnng Syne, Captain Cunningham;
chorus by the assembly.
YOUNQ ??? LICENSED
Meeting at East Hanover Presbytery
Held on Monday.
At a meeting of East Hanover Presby?
tery held Monday morning In the Second
l'resbyterlan Church, Mr. Michaux Baino,
of Dnnvillo, was licensed 10 preach.
Tho young candidate was received from
the Roanoke Presbytery. He was ex?
amined on personal piety, motives for
entering tho ministry, Latin, Greek, He?
brew, natural and exact sciences, men?
tal and moral philosophy and ethics,
theology, church history, Ihe sacrements,
church government, English Bible, popu?
lar Ioduro and sermon.
Mr. Ralno will tako charge of the Niim
ozene Church, consisting of two congre?
gations, one in Amelia and one in D|n
wlddle. Tho churches are a portion of
the chargo of the lato Dr. T. T, Jones.
Richmonders In New York,
(Special to The Tlmes-Dlspalcli.)
NEW YORK. June 2.?Waldorf, W. II.
Parrlsh; Albert, T. Hutzlor; Now Ann-tor.
dam M. J. Reynolds nnd wife; Hoffman.
S. ?. Morgan: Holland, V. Newton nnd
wife; Grand Union, T. W. Shopherd.
THE PARKS NOW
The Amusement Features
j Are. Now Running at
All of the narks in t-nd around Rich
.mond ae well aa Ferndale Park, In Po?
tei ?burg, now have on their full summer
regallft, and hundreds of people evory eve?
ning Book shady nooks In their bound.? to
ro?f, pick flowers or enjoy tho fresh air
and exercise. The amusement features
at the ?teeorvolr and Forest Hill parks
Vare now running full blast.
We Carry in Stock,
ready for prompt delivery, everything
necessary for formal or somi-formal occasions?
Swallow Tail and Tuxedo Suits?Princo Albert
Coats and Vests, with suitable trousers?White
Dress Vests?E. & W. Dress Shirts and Col?
lars? Fownes' and Dent's English Gloves, and
everything else that is high-class and correct,
inclading Hats of the celebratod "Knox" make,
in Tuxedo, Silk and Opera Shapes.
Ready - made, does not aptly express our
Clothes?they are Tailor-made, but ready to
Charlie White and Tom King
will Tell Their Story June
Sergeant Sowell and Ofllcer Wyatt had
an alleged policy case before. 'Squlro
Graves in the Pollco Court yesterday
morning, but for further evidence it went
over to June 10th.
Charlie Whlto and Tom Kin**?, colored,
n-ro the men accused, They urn satisfied
they cun provo their Innocence, and tho
ofllcers arc satisfied they can provo tho
Kd. Beasley and George Elllnger, two
young white men, wero placed under
bonds for thirty days as suspicious char?
Alberta. Cook and Radio Howard wero
treated In like manner on a similar
? John Thomas, alias John Grlnnagc, wan
sont to Jail for four months on the charge
of taking a bicycle belonging to N. E.
B. Pollard beat Alex. Lipscomb, and
It cost him ?10.
Albert Harris was dlsorderlv $2.&o worth.
KWmanucl Ross paid ?2.L0 for being
caught In a gamo of craps, and Jnmes
Ron was charged ?10 for being disorder?
ly In tho street.
Prossor Taylor and Martha Anne Tay?
lor were each fined ?2.B0 for being disor?
derly on the street.
A. few drunks wero disposed of as us
\Chesinut jPiii and
| Jiighiand !Par/c \ \
The <*-h!!dren's day exorcises were cele?
brated at Mlzpah Presbyterian Church
last Sunday morning nt 11 o'clock. A
very Interesting programme was arrang-.d
which r-onslsted of music and rocitat onti.
Among tho young people who took part
?nay bo^ montlone-d Misses Hattle ami
I? lora Goodwin, Carrie Rennto. Janio
Gaines, Llzzio and Ruth Bowman, Roy
and Emily Cross; Meters. Clavtor Holla
day, Roy Bowman, Frank Rennlo and
Ernest Warrlnor. A very Interesting ad?
dress was made by Mr. England, which
was enjoyed by all present.
The rehearsals for tho drill to be given
on June 8th, at Northslde Hnll, nie being
continued with much success, under tlio
skillful management of Mr. Georgo Sk p
wlth. Tlie next rehearsul will bo nt tlio
hall on Thursday afternoon nt d o'clock.
All those, who expool to tako part aro
earnestly requestod to bo present.
Miss Emma Redford has returned homo
after a pleasant visit to her cousin, Sirs.
Charles L. Eubank, ot No. 411 Seconel
Rev. Mr. Bruner and? family are spend?
ing tho summer months with friends on
Mrs. AVllllam B. Catlin, who has been
visiting her ?Laughter, Mrs. Tuck??-?, will*
return to her home on Fourth Avenuo In
a few days.
Mr. and Mrs, Clarence S. Ltvesay, of
Third Avenuo and Willow Street, hnvo
moved into their new homo on Soutn
Fifth Street, Richmond.
Miss Annlo Von Levorin. who spent the
month of May with her friend. Miss
Blanche? Tiller, has returned to her home,
Miss Grace Frltzsche, of Fifth Avenue,
who has been quite sick, continues to
Mrs. Jeihn Spratley, of Surry, is visit?
ili? her brothor-ln-law In Highland Paik.
Mrs. R. Y. Mexico will bo lho guest of
Mrs. William Spratley, of Highland Park,
Misses Nettle nnd Beulah ???-k. of
.Gloucester, are visiting tlie MIfhos Wat
kins, of Third Avenuo anil Al?i?-r Streot.
Mrs. Charles Lambert, of Fifth Avenue,
who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. J.
P. Justice, of I'owhatan county, has ro?
Mr. Hoi-aco F. Baker, formerly with
M. Rosonbaiim ??-, Son. has accepted a po?
sition aa drummer with M. Cohen & Co.,
and will leavo the city in a few einys.
Rev. B, A. Potts, former pastor of
Highland Park Methodist Churoh, now of
WJlllam?burg, paid a visit to friends on
the "Hill"; Monday.
Miss Fllppln. nf Farmvllle, Is the guest
of her cousin, MUss Elizabeth Boggs,
of Highland Park. ????
Tho members of Highland Park Church
havo decided to hold their annual plcnio
Juno '.'(?th, at Wewst Point.
Miss Crowder, of King AVllllam. Is tho
guest of ln.T aunt in Highland Park.
?"Mrs. Benjamin R. Catlin, of Fourtli
Avenue, who has beon sick. Is convalesc?
ing. , :'." ?J. ? ' .
l'ungi midweek services at Mlzpah
Presbyterian ChurCh to-morrow (Thurs?
day' "night ut 8:15 o'clock, conducted by
the paator. tho Bo v. D. K. Walthall.
Rev. J. B. Askew has returned after
a pleasant visit te? his old friends In Car.
Mr. Moore, of Gloucester, who has
been visiting his friend, Mr. Tom Wat?
klns. of Third Avenue, has returned tc
1 Mjy Frank and Mr, John Paul, of Tox
??, are visiting their aunt. Mi's. ?.. 1;.
Mosby of Fourth Avenue. Chestnut Hill.
Mr. Charles W. Wlngfleld. of Illglilni.d
Park has returned to his home, after a
visit to frieiuls In Now Jersey.
Mr J. C. Howinttn, of Fourtli Avenue,
manager of tho Arllantic and Pacific ? a
store had the misfortune to sprain hi.-i
ankle at the Masonic Temple.
t. p. a. convention
On Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock the
Richmond delegation to tho National Con?
vention T. P. A? ? will leave over the
Chesapeake and Ohio for Indianapolis
where tho convention will ho In. session
.from Juno 9th to ,11th? ,, - ,, ?
In the -.party will be: Mr. and Mrs.
H. Eoe Lorraine, Colonel John S. Har
wood, Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Miller, Mr. and
Mrs. C. V. Saunders, Mr. and Mrs. A.
B. Saunders. Mr. and Mrs. Harry ????,
H. L. Harwood, Joseph Wnllersteln. Mise ,
Ella Gibson with Mrs. Lorraine. Robert
S. Crump, C. H. Harris. ,? ?
At the various points the party will be
Joined by other Virginia delegate'??. In?
cluding Messrs. W. T. Baugh. 8. W. Pi ich. I
ard and T? S. Beck with, of Petersburg;
Hairy Kirk, of Alexandria: D. L. 'Irayn- |
ham, of South Boston; John Oldsby, of ?
Lynchburg; Croes, of Suffolk.
The -Richmond party will carry two
Pullman cars through to Indianapolis. At <
Gordonsvlllo the Maryland delegation will
Join tho party and at Clifton Forge the I
North Carolina party will Join.
500 for 114 E. Franklin.
Other Realty Sales.
?Mesera. McVeigh and Glinn, real estate
agents, yesterday closed the deal by which
they sold rcsldonce No. 114 ICast Franklin,
owned by Mr. John K. Jones, to Mr.
(Jranvlllo G. Valentine. The prl?o wa-a
?,10,600. It Is understood that Mr. Val
entin? bought the houso as an Invest?
ment. The Real Estato Trust Company
recently eold 26 feet on tho north sido ot
Floyd Avenue, between Cherry and Lin?
den, for Mr. A; J. Dodnmoad, an out-of
town client, to Mr. J. E. Etchlson. But
a. short while before that Mr. Etchlson
bought another piece of property close
by. Ho will at once erect two residences
to cost about JIO.O/J.
Tho Real Enlato Trust Company a few
?leys ago sold for tho Wendlinger estate
a brick store at tho corner of linker
and Third Streets. Tho Mechanics Sav?
ings Bank bought it.
Mr. W. T. Hancock has ?old through
tho Heul Estate Trust Company M feet
on the northwest corner of Grove Road
and Mulberry to Mr. Shelton W. Davis,
who buys as nn Investment, as tho prop?
erty sold nt i3ii a foot; hns water, sewers,
street and all convenience?. This wu.s
ixinsidored a reasonable price for this
The well-known Westham granite ?mar?
ries, on James Illver, In Chestorilr-ld coun?
ty, will bo offered for sale by the Real
Estate Trust Company ?omo time this
month, tho exact dato of which has not
yet been announced.
BOND ISSUE FOR GOOD
ROADS VOTED DOWN
?Sc.Ttil tn Th. TlineK-ni.'intrh.)
ORANGE. VA?, Juno 2.?At the good
roads' election hero -Monday tho question
of Issuing bonds to the amount of one
hundrr;d thousand dollar? for macudamlz
ing the public roads of tho county wae
overwhelmingly defeated. Orange gives
~, 2maJority; Hallo, (O; Union villo, f2; La?
hore, 73, and (?ordonsvlllo, !>2 against It.
RED TAG SALE !
Messrs. W. M. Gihnoro, Geo. Atkin?
son, W. W. Abernnthy, W. K.
Robertson, A. T. Harris and other
Gentlemen?Attach ? Red Tag to
the attached list of (roods found
upon your respective floors, and dis?
pose of each article at reduced prico
ny allowing 33 1-8 per cent, off regu?
lar price. If any article does not
move readily, out to such price as
will movo it. You muy circularize to
the public to reasonable extent in
order to moke quick snles.
SYDNOR & HUNDLEY.
Messrs. Sytlnor?? Hundley:
Gents?Aro you aware thnt you
have ordered Red Tags put upon
many goo?l values and in a nuinber
of cases goods recently received.
W. M. GILMORB
Mr. W. M. Gihnoro nnd Others:
Yes, wo know what you sny is
true, but wo wish tho ?took reduced
ior the summer season without ro?
garli to valuo.
SYDNOR & HUNDLEY.
To the Public :
Tho list of articles referred to
nbos't; is too large to publish. It in?
cludes every variety of Woods, and
is largely composed of line goods,
6 Fine Mahogany Suites,
3 Walnut Suites,
8 Nice Golden Oak Suites,
2 Birdeye Maple Suites,
1 Curly Birch Suite,
About 100 Beds,
20 Tables, 12 Wardrobes,
50 Rocking Chairs,
50 Pieces of Parlor Furniture
12 Hall Racks,
Folding Beds, Reed Rockers,
Shaving Stands, Qo-Carts,
12 Dressing Tables.
?i Glass Top Iron Hospital Tables.
Library Suites, Settees,
Chairs, Ladies' Desks,
Brass and Iron Beds.
Couches, Folding Crib Beds,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
BEGINS MAY 18th.
W. M. GILMORE,
W. W. ABERNATHY,
W. Ti. ROBERTSON,
A. T. HA H It IS.