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If you've never had the opportunity
of hearing this delightful BCaTewJ you
have missed a theatriial treat, ^he is
considered by many t<? be the moat
talented young woaian on the stage
to-duv Mir- Janis now singi for the
VICTOR, and you can bow listen to
her quaint way of ringing and spend
iiijii> hours of delightful entertain
mem IN VOI R OWN HOME, aay
time \ ou choose, if you possess a
Victor or Victor-Victrola
Thai M only one example of the pleasure a Virtor or Victor-Vic
t ri .la will bring, ft peaces .tt \wur disposal the very best there is in
graad otora, both racal and instrumental, l?y the greatest artists and
BtUatcaJ organizations and the linest productions of the vaudeville and
?uejcal coaaadj -'age.
Come in any time and ask to have your favorite selec?
tions played. The new Januar* Records are now ready.
Don't mis? the Bail Jani-. Records?Numbers oOOVO and OuO'yl
Waiter D. Moses & Co.
10* Kast Broad Street.
Oldest Music Mouse In Virginia and North Carolina.
V. M. I. BOARD
III FAVOR OF Bill
Hopes for Reimbursement of
Losses Sustained During
War Between States.
(Special to The Timea-I>ispa".h.5
I/-xlrigt;>n. V?. Jaru.iry *?Tha
hot?rd of visitors of the Virginia Mili?
tary institute adjourned this: nM-moon.
after being "1 ?'?s;.,!, on li.d.iy eve?
ning and all tr.e morning Saturday.
The following members were present.
Hon. B. A. James, f'anville. j.r-ident,
Hon. Edward Ki hols. Ptaunt jn. Cap?
tain M. B. Corse. Lexington. Oeanral
Charles Anderson. Richmond: fjeneral
C C. Vaugnar.. Colonel Joseph Button,
ft Irhmenrt and H??n. B. C Btearneeti
Hiehtnond. cieorg- I? Browning. T i
T?te and Adjwtauat-Oeaeral Bafts were
H^n. K. A. .Tam?s. of r?anvir.e. was
again elected president Bf the beard,
this being the (frond term he has
served Colonel W. T. Poague, treas?
urer of the institute, was again elected
s?cretary of the hoard.
Much time was devoted to the dis?
cussion of th- hill now pending be?
fore Congress In the lassen eg the
Camtaal Committee to reimburse t':e ;
institute for Its losse-s during the |
war at the hands of <;- neral BWatatr. |
The board Is desirous that the meas
?H be favorably acted upon.
Tha details of the Inauguration trip
were also carefully worked out.
Quarters for the corps have already
been obtained in the jld Masonic Tem
rde. on F .street. As to whether Pres
Ident Wilson will aelect the V'rglriia
Military Institute Cadets to be hi?
??a ort when he la Inaugurated haa not
been learned by the authorities here.
The corps will, however, have a good
pla<-e in tile jine 0f march, it having
been l?arn<-d that the Virgin's Mili?
tary Institute cadets will tnareh. di?
rectly behind the t'nlted Plates Naval
Academy, third in line.
With the exception of these two mat?
ters, moat of the other business trans
a'-t-?d was of a routine character The.
applications of Cadets Kane and Par.
r. I backer for reinstatement were dis?
approved. The resignations of Cadets
Ash'.-raft and Rents were accepted,
?'adets Hltt. Scott and Ely were ap?
pointed State cadets.
The rebuilding of the officers' quar?
ters, t^rn down to ma.ke way for the
parade eater.>-:o:i. was postponed until
the next meeting of the board, which
will be held In June of this year.
After the business of the morning
had been transa-ted th* board was c:.
tertalried at headquartres and at lunc.i
eon by general and Mrs Nichols.
(Special to The Times-L'ispatch ]
I.awrencevllle, Va . January 4.?The
engagement and approaching marriage
Of Miss I.ydla Estelie Yatea. daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Edward D. Vates. of
CatTi N. C, to Rev Sidney Cecil Hi -
1-ard. of I^awrencevllle. haa been an?
nounced. The wedding will take place
on Januar-.- 16 at the home of the
brides parents. The Rev. Mr. Milliard
is'the pastor of the Lawrenceville Bap
College Esrreaaea Besomed.
1 Spe-lsl to The Times-Dispatch j
Trinity College, Durham. N & Jan?
uary 4.?College exercises were re?
s' :rned yesterday inornlnjr. after a lapse
of two weeks The mid-year exami?
nations will begin Saturday. January
iv. and wirf: last through Friday. Jan
.ary 31. The spring term wil: begin
Saturday. February 1.
Four Big Specials
For Monday and the Week
Displayed on Tables For Quick Selling
Ladies' $3 and $4 Shoes
All styles, .1!! leath- <?1 QC
Boys' Patent and Gun
metal Shoes Hand sewed, S
and $3.50 values
Men's $3 and $4 Shoes
All styles, all leath
Ladies' Common Sense
Kid Shoes?Kelt top-. Qf"
$1.50 value-; the pair.. a7a/l
Big Store, N. W. Cor. Third and Broad Sts.
Why Not Try a Load Of
NO CINDKRS J; ,,11 l.un,v Bp.
NO GASSFS \.- Unpleasant Od? r
USE LITTLE DRAUGHT after ttartissj
ORDtR NOW FROM YOUR DEALER.
1 lit \PI R TRAM WD GREATER HEAT EFFICIENCY
1 HAN I WTHRACITE.
CALL MAD. 2410 AND GET REFERENCES OF ISFRS
VIRGINIA COAL BRIQUETTING Ca
Factory. Boulevard and Broad Sr.. Richmond Virginia.
LiVr^arvi hv the Univf-rvd Br irjuet ring Co., under the
i ii> Filth Avenue Residence
W?1 Cost More Than
TO OCCUPY ENTIRE BLOCK
It Will P?e Second Most Costly
and Magnificent Home
in New York.
(Special toThe Tlmes-I ><spa.t. h. ]
New York, January 4 ?Henry Clay
Frlck'a new home on firth ttmt
taking tn the cntiro block between Sev?
entieth Xtmi Scveni.v-flrst Street?, on
the site of the old Lenox Library, will
be the second must costly and most
manlflrent of any in tb? city. The
coat of the building will approximate
13.00".000. the land haa cost $2.400.-,
000 to acquire, so the entire expense
of putting up a home for Mr. Frtck
arm be well over |C."00.>?0G. It will .
cover a plot t4JV.ll by 170 feet.
Work on the new house will be start?
ed thia spring and the contracts will
call for lava completion of the buiM-1
ing within a yeai and a half.
1 The residence 0f Senator Clark, at
! Fifth Avenue and rjeventy-aevectb
j Street, is the onl> private cwelling in;
J the city which coi,t more than the.
( Fiick home It wan bu'H at au ex-,
pense of between M.SM.OOO' atl(i J7.000.- !
000. The new Frick residence will not I
, be a gaudy, showy affair. It will be a;
long and low ptraetare. simple In de?
tails. The ert gallery wili be north of]
the house, fa?:Ing on Fifth Avenue. Thej
principal entrance 14 both the gallery 1
and home will be from Fifth Avenue.:
The exterior of the house will be 'n.
the Italian renaissance style.
The dining room will be at the j
southwest corner of the building, be-!
;.lnd the drawing rooms, and will look I
out upon a large fountain anc. sunken'
gardens. A wide corridor w-lll con- !
noct the library and the drawing rooms.
Tum art gallery will not be as high!
as the main building, and will be
about 100 by 36 feet. It will be one j
and one-half stories high. This build-1
'rg will contain Mr. Krick's valuable;
collection of art treas-ires. in which '
are jom? of the rarest an<l most valu- j
able pieces In the wbri<i.
One of the features of the sunken'
(Temen, which will be close to Fifth
Avenue, sl ut off from the curloue oy
the atone garden w-all. will be a pool,
sixty feet long and fifteen feet wile.
This will be In the centre of tne
garden and at Its south end will be
a large fountain.
Andrew Carnegie and Charles M.
Scl.wab ire the only persons who have
DMMB*se In New York on. larger plots
than Mr. Frlclc. *
TO BRAIN HIMSELF
Smithfield Merchant Seriously
Injured by Self-inflicted
special V. ?? s-aspatch.J
?Suffolk. Va , January i.?George y.
Rouse, the Smithncl.l merchant who
conf-.ssed to having nred the town sev.
eral w*eks ago, and who was caught
a posy lag the torch to another building '
? week later, is confined to his bed in !
hia cell ;n laae of Wight jail with a
:iv<-inch acalp wound, self-inflicted. I
Kou.-e was found In a pool of blv od,
and on the wall of the Jail was blood
and matted hair, where the prisoner'
had evidently butted his head la an :
att-mpt to brain himself.
The wound was dressed by Dr. R L.
Seward. of Isle of Wight- Rouse, wh.le
seriously injured, wjll probably re- !
[Special to Tne T;mee-.D?pa.teh.]
Fredericksburg. Va.. January 4.?
Frank Ai-xan.l-r Taylor, formerly of
Norfolk, and M:s? Bello Hazel fv kart.
of Philadelphia, came here to-day and
were JJiarridl by Rev. J. J. Lanier.
[Special to The Times-I.Kspa.tch.]
Fredericksburg. Va. January 4.
Clarence l>av;s and Mi?s Lizzie Brown
were united In marrlaoe at Antlocb :
Church. In Orange County. Rev C. E. j
Sanders officiating. The church was 1
ta!tefull> decorated. Mr.?. .V \V. Bis?
co* rendered the wedding oroavc The1
bride .ntered with her brothe.r. Oifton ?
Brown, who gave her awa>. a W :
R:s Oa a ted as best man. The ushers >
were C. O. Br'-.vn. Allen Brown. Rob-rt '
Brown and W C Bond, of Orange.
Mr and Mrs. Davis left for a Southern '
trip. On their return they will resld- '
[S.pevia. t . Tue Tim- s-f ?spatvh 1 |
Winchester. Va, January 4?Mr. and!
Mrs. H DOwa^awJ Fuller have an-i
I nonnced the engagement of thtur tlde.;?
daughter. Miss Virginia Faulkner Ful
' ler. to Archibald Barle Barnes, of rum.
berland. Md. The wedding w.ll be a
notabb soc;et> event h-rc after Was-*
ter M.*? Fuller Is a great-niece ot
Mrs Boeock. of Rirhmond. widow 01
Thomaa S. Bocork, Speaker of the Con- :
mini TT. TS? JMH.F. HU I '.tR.
Measortal ?er? Ices at nrt?tol |g*wajRj
f^pecial to The Times-WapateY ]
Brist?*. Va^ January 4.?The bar of
Bristol held a special meet'ng in the
City Hall to-day. which was attended
bv prominent c'tlxens and a nnnher
of aomen. to pay tribute to the nreen
ory of the late Judge Ar chef A,
Pblegar Resolutions in praist of Ma
many noble qualities were adopt, d.
and spctches were made by Judae Jo?
seph j. Kelly, of the Corpo
Coer; ludae lohn W I"ice and Harrj
II sheiton. who were associated with
Judre Pblegar In the practice of its
Judge r.ua.le, J. oa John. A. 11
ard and Judg. It P. Osb.h
Da\d \ Railev presided over the.
s and S'dward K M.i
acted a* secretary. Mr Baibi paid a
touching- tribute to the memory of
Judce phlegar. .lodge Price tis- ussed
tb, -hara. :e- the bate jurist by re-;
fee g especially to tSg part
played In the progeotton of ch.-?-itv and I
to h'.s numerous monoy contributions
\9*octal M The Tlmee-niepatca.1
Ral'lgt N January 4 ? T lesdav
evening at tne Governor's Mans: in
there waa a delightful p?r'v, for whl. h
ajhssi ? Annie and Ellsebetn Kltrhln.
daughter* of Ooeoraor and Mrs R
tn were th* hostesses Teer? were a
ratf v -?d- a gaests and b
CTirietmae ?ewatwi'ooe throughout the
mansion afforded a pretty sett'ng ttr
Tslmage H Stafford and hie bfida
ware given a hearty welcome b> aeaay
frlneds ;D Ralelgfe tfce pan week, laey
THE HOUSE OF FASHION
BROAD AND FIFTH STS.
January Clearance Sale
A Far-Reaching Redaction Sale of All Women's Ready-to-Wear
Garments; Every Coat, Suit, Dress and Skirt Included
The newest and most desired of the late Winter styles, together with some of the advance
Spring Suits?all at January clearing prices.
You Have Never Seen Such Absolute Bargains
The Price Reductions
We want the clearance process to be quick, effec?
tive and complete, ao we go right to the bottom
of the task at once and cut prices until we are
positive of a sweeping sale.
Women's Coats and Suits
Coats, Values Up to $22.95
Women's and Small Women's
Coats. Materials: Chinchilla,
mixtures, broadcloth and covert.
Some have belt backs, patch
ose and semi-fitted,
tan and mixtures.
Suits, Values Up to $25.00
Women's and Small Women's
Tailored Suits. In mixtures am.
dark colors. Coats peau dc
cytjne lined. Many styles; not
all sizes in every model, but
sizes in some models. Lot lim?
all V V
Women's Coats and Tailored Suits
Regular Values Up to $32.50
Women's and Small Women's Coats.
There arc 15u in the lot. Numerous
models to choose from." Trimmings
arc braid, velvet, fancy buttons fancy
plush collar and rufts, just like illus?
tration. Materials: Broadcloth, chev?
iot, chinchilla, mixtures, double-faced
materials; borne are lined throughout
with satin. In black and all up-to
date colors. All sues.
Women's and Small Women's Tail?
ored Suits; 100 suits in the lot, in fancy
trimmed and plain tailored models;
represented by a wide choice. Coats
lined with satin, in navy blue, bl.uk
and fancy mixtures, men'? wear serges,
tweeds, chevioU and two-tones.
fox sets *i i qe
Formerly up to $30 f1
These sets come for women and misse?,
in white and black. The White Fox Set
can fool tfie most experienced furrier in
the country. It looks like a real $100.00
Fox Set. and tormerlv sold by us for
S30.00. The black is of that fine soft fox
fur. and was formerly sold for $29.95. A
call wiil convince you that what we say
about these sets is right.
Formerly up to $35.00
Women's and Small Women's Sin't^
120 suits in this lot. Consisting of velvet
corduroy, broadcloth, cheviot, plain and
fancy mixtures and tweeds, in black and
dark colorings. Coats are lined with
Skinner's satin or peau de cygne. Many
styles to choose from. Not all sizes in
every stvle, but all sizes in some models.
Corduroy French Serge <m qc
DreSSeS Formerly op to $15, ?J^IW?
Silk-finished corduroy and strictly all
wool French serge. Sizes 14 to 18 years,
for misses; 32 to 44 bust for ladies. Also,
all wool diagonals, handsomely finished
with lace collar and cuffs; long or short
sleeves, finished with inset lace frill. Col?
ors: Taupe, black, navy, gray, brown,
cream, etc. Sale price Monday.
EVERY TRIMMED HAT IN THE HOUSE
Formerly $3.95, $4.95, d?1 AC I Formerly$12.50,$14.95, d?<> QC
$5.95 and up to $10.00 ?pletO | $16.50 and up to $18 ?P*?.a70
Remember to-morrow, Monday will be a day long to be remembered
for the tremendous bargains in this wonderful sale.
having arrived from Owensboro. Ky.
where, they were married Oeoemb'-i 2H.
Mr. Stafford is a fo;-m"r Itai-igh boy
He and his br'd* will make their
home in Oxford after their visit here
Mrs. .1. 'Vsnff-'l lt.-res has arrived
from I>?irham to j >ln her husban-l.
tmg> i::STKS. and they will make their
bsSJM at the Va:bor?Ufih for the win
t.-r. while the.r handsome residence
on North Blour.t Street is b 'n*
Hostesses f"r a eharminsr t*a party
it t... ?'.> jnfry '*lub last Saturday wer?
Mr? Wflttftsa H Paei . .Mrs. <eeors;c
.MiNider and Mrs. Richard S. Bus bee.
.- .?-?..! y Mr? ?".r^ti.im Andrew?. Mrs
tu ?rsjrtJi Mrs. .I..i n. Whltik r.
Mrs K t. M - Mii.-Kar. t Ii:Jf -
. e >hr :? Mrs rtussell 3b?rrill. -Mrs.
?I ????rt A." Roystcr. Mrs. William
llrlSSSS Mrs. <;..vln Dortr:.. Mrs Mu ?
ray Allen. Mrs. A. 15. Andrews. Jr.
M'.ss Annie ILmt. M'ss Nancy Pe?-e
Miss Kathrtne Boyl.in. Miss Ell n
T'orteh and Mise Kannte Johnson
The Capita! CttW Ctab we a New
We v?r? m? :? r?fue?ione In every 1
department of aas stock of Jewslry.
silverware sxd -ot Class. We ?tili
here a bandsom? lr.e fee your selec?
707 E. Main St
Y.ar ball Tuesday evening- that proved
very enjoyable. Dancing marked tin
passing of the old year and the usher?
ing in ?-f the new. The dancing was
led by (;->rdon Smith and M'sa L.ema>*
I'ewey, of (ioldsboro
The last leap year din-c for Raleigh
wag given Saturday evening In the
Uaney Library ballroom and was led
hv .Miss Marian Baker, with Oeorge
Monday night there was a very en- ,
lovable danre at the Country Club '
Mrs. Rus?e|| Shcrrill wa? hostesa. and
she was assisted by Mrs. Graham An?
drews. Mrs. B. W. Baker. Mr. Jamea '
McKlmmon. Mrs Murray Allen and,
Mrs Howard Tromss.
Mrs. M. T Xorrts entert ajr cd the I
Tw.-ntietn Century B<>ok Hub Tuesday
afternoon at her home on North Blou.it
Street, the mcer'ng proving espeei<i:iv
IrSpeeia.! to The Times-IMspa-tch. |
Waxrenton. Va. January 4?Mrs.
V ;mie W Jeffries wl'.l close her house,
shortly after the first of January and
spend the winter In Washington City |
Her son. James P. Jeffries, will ac-j
Murray Bartelles and Innls Forbes.|
who here been on a visit to the home I
of Mr. Forbes' parents, have returned!
to their reapcetlv,. homes
Miss Lucy Oilslm. of Baltimore, is!
Msiting Mrs Albert Fletcher. Jr j
Hugh Sp.lman and Beverly Worthi-.
mer are In Richmond on a visit toi
their friend. Taylor fewtt, lr
Colonel Thomas 3mlth is home again j
alter * week's stev In Washington.
Miss Beth Wilbur and Miss Blddle. I
of Philadelphia, apent the Week-end *t|
the home of Miss Wilburs bother. |
Wil lam H Catnoo. of Rossiyn. and
.loeeph A Belt of Richmond, after a
Tlslt to Colonel and Mr? Orenvllle
?lalnes. have returned home
D ? Podge, of Philadelphia, and
Mraer*. Pyle and Oalt. of Baltimore,
apent the week end In V\arrenton
r. H. Cakfwell and M son. RM
Bey, of tnnrendon. spent X*w Tear's
Psy with hie mother, Mrs. L W. Cald
Miss Tnnn OsJt. ? is nee the ffnent
ef Mrs H'tffh Kami'
Mies Nannie Cotvln. after n visit to
Washington city, returned home Tnee
Any. end Mise Maud Col via. who has
been spending the holidays with her
parents, left Tuee4ey for Washington,
where ?he will resume her studies at
Strayer'a Business College.
I Special to The Tiroes-Dispatch.]
! Burlington. N. C, January 4?On
Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Murray gave an elegant < o'clock din?
ner to those employed and conn?. t- I
with Hie Piedmont Trust Company and
the Piedmont Kleetrio. Car ConTpany.
Mr and Mrs. Murray's home was heaui
'.If al in Its Christmas decorations.
! Those enjoj-ina; th-'r hospitality wer?
Mt. and Mrs. fJ. W. Rstcfc, Dr. anj
.Mrs. J. N. Taylor. Misses Dora Teas- ?
Elizabeth Zacbary and Mr. Jo?a M.
On Monday even'ng. M'.ss Blanche
Story entertained it twenty of hep
young friends In honor of her guests.
Misses Addie Bagwell and H?Ic?
Brown, of Raleigh. N. f*. Deliclooa
refreshments ??rc served during the
The heautifnL fresh, green ooior of iisjpOTtoi vr-iretable? k ?
produced by artificial coloring known as copperas?a pro- H
rets now inhibited frorn interstate* conua*rc> by tha United fl
fV> ha-a * limited aoppir of fhef* chore* tmported D
eeaefaoles at Bar for local coiisump>ttoa. M
I Now at These Special Prices I
?? I rtra Ftim> r.mon Pea* .?.^ Hr. H U doe. N
^ptna<it .Ma ?-'TS doa. H
Maratntr* .2-So. ?2 TS dorn. H
? ?r*.m vma. aar. ai 7& doa. ?
Braaoofa ?pm? _........ .the. 8S.7? daa. H
Everything Oood to Eat and Drink. E
? Monroe 101.102.103-104-106-106. 504-608 ? Broad. I