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There were two handsome atfaltl
given yesterday nit-moon ,,r let St SI
to?ooie?y. Mrs ItMi Ransom Branch
entertained at auction bridge at half
pent two o'clock in the ladies' annex of
the Commonwealth Club berdaughter,
Mrs Thomas Burtoa Hneed, hales,
guest of honor DacoratloaS were in
Amerlean-heant y K.t-en and lilies, anil
the card baMss vote arranged with
?laitity hask? is of old-f uxhioncd flowers.
Mrs branch received in u gown of
salmon pink satin mad- wh nn over
dress of some veiy rare aid UsOS with a
? oisage bouquet of orektdg and kttt
Hnead wore an impor'e.! oostums Th??
? hiffon tunic SraS embroidered in crystal
and gllvag ami was dragsM Over satin
and chiffon of pa?*el ?bade- I let
houiiuet was of hllies of the ?alley
Sixteen tables were entertained and
extra guests were invited in at five
o'ciook for the informal reception that
followed the card gain" f'rl/es were
1 ?reed en trinket boxe? and quaint little
?juaiitilic? ot lovaiy spring Bo ware
decorated the hom? .>f Mir- Philip
Kahm Carlton. IV?.1 nYeel Ivstlll, when
she entertained yesterday afternoon
from five to seven a'isack la bat.if
her aunt Mis. J. W.liiau. Men-fee. of
.sorth Carolina. In the hall a big bas?
ket of elluvr and white nl<,n-oum was
tied to the r.ewel po?t of tne stall wa;.'
and the pallors were arranged with I
slender vases or jonqui'? ami tulips and
garlands of simlax on the chnndslteri
i ho 'ea table in tbe dining room was
set. with a big rustic basket Of jonrjuil
< aught with yellow gauze ribbon and,
tiny yellow flowers, and I h?* capdleg a ere >
?haded in yellow
Mrs. Carlton received with her I
guests of honor. Mi* Herbert W
Jackson and Miss Caroline Carlton.'
a'id others assisting in doing the hOBOTS
of the afternoon were Miss Annie
Lee Carlton. Miss Kllen Pollard -ii?s
Katherme Vonge and Mrs Turner
Arrington Mrs. Carlton WOTS a go-en
of rose pink chiffon ssabvwsderwd
gold and finished with a bagsd of the
same with a bouquet of garder'a* Bad
orchids and Mrs M*SBSfss was pearaed
in blue Charmeuse trirnnjed la gold
passementerie and were a boSaSJSMSt el ;
About MO guests were proimnt. In-'
??]? at ions having be?n limited to *h??
married set and a few of the younger
Mr and Mrs. Bradley i Johnson,
of "Tuckahoe. ' ar? ?riendir.g ?he larger
part of this week in town with Or and
Mrs. Oeorge Hen .Johnston on Kuc
Orace Street. Mr a-d Mrs ichnson
are here to attend 'he lur.i ? gives by
Mr. and Mrs WUUam Ma**!- 'his
evening st the Jefferson Hotel and Mrs.
?''?hnson wilt aiso be among Iba it''-''"
prevent at the afternoon ISsntettsoa
gi-en by Vrs H. Hsndolph Williams:
Kririav in honor of M-s ArtbwT n
Kinscivir.g. of Balttmofs
A meeting of the V.rgir.ia Mountain
ChBdrefl Krljcallen Associat v.n was
h??;d on Ttieaday a? the Woman's '"lub ',
under the direction of its president.
Ihr l)unl(ij) Mills Rirfinbn<l Vc#
SISCTftoIT SUSS lUXJES.
ii i<ki nFi'ttifiK^AT'irts
pi.u im mihi sm wtlTtlBB
sold oslt bt
Kid Bedroom Slippers, all
shades; special, the pair.
V. vT. Corner Thl rd ano aroad.
Prescription experience Bf
essential as correct compounding
J. B. Mosby & Co.
Big value* in our January Sale
Jumbo Baby H.ith Tuba
The E. B. Taylor Co.
HAVE YOU SEEN THE
New Method Gas Ranges
PETTIT & CO.'S?
a< cast tyjeg smyr
Good Office Furniture
Tor busy men. snd a large stock t~
geiset freai at
BTTtflOB B BfWDI.IfT. r?c,
_Oreee sad Serveath a?r?-fa.
Sams Qt*a!l*r Fsary Day.
PLTUTT IC1 OUAM
P.&R Tailored Waist
M.i<!( in m.:<li,is. <limit\ and
limn: tafi eommi .uxl adh', ->/<?
34 to ja
Mim -ane Rulheifotd Itopocti arer?
made >f the work thai had t>???i< .1
oompll?hed during the past vi<ar and
'? .v.* Kent b\ ?Ii'- h-?m< to Mr
Rev. < larke. who is conducting mi*
sion for the Presbyterian Church In
This ??m la' 1011 1? formed of r-o-n
per? of tne Woman s Club who he)ft
lieen interested in the work for a
nil In he 1 of yearn past and have Marl
contributions to various mountain nta
.Married 111 Hal t Imore.
Miss Belara < ; iii.dei?hc|ii;er. daughter
Mr and Mrs. B< n.iamin A OttBStefl
heimer. was married to \V 1! 1 ia ? 1, ECMil
man. of San F rancisco, at o < lo< k
Tuesday, at the home of the bride,
parents Iii the N'eimar Apartments,
Bajt ii- an
I be I "i' tj.or. v petf ormed by Ke\ .
Ill S Sol.a ft.-i and was followed by
reieption The bride, who was given la
marriage hv fo r fa'her. wore a gown of
white brortaded satin with a tulle veil
fastsaed wi'li orange blossoms. ari<l 1 aj
riot] a bouquet of white orchids Her
only attendant was her sister. Ml?e |
Itbea < iundersheiri,er. who wore pal' I
blue Charmeuse trimmed with aesui
and crystal embroidery, and, earned a!
bouquet of pink roeee. Leon Levy, of 1
New York, was best man
The rooms were arranged r. Ith pain is
Bad Killnrney roses and an orcbsstra I
played the wedding musie atid during >
Mr and Mrs Kaufman left la''-r ftM
their wedding .tourney and tketl foturs
hom? in San Francesco.
Among the out-of-town guests were
Mrs H. Black and Mrs Bottigbeimer I
of Richmond, and Leonard Kaufman I
Mr. and Mrs Edwin DeWitl Saxe-ja- I
son have issued < arris fc: the marriage'
of their ?ister. Miss Marion Douglas]
Sampson, to Thon.as (ireen Ta'e. of I
Culpepper The ceremonv will take I
place 011 the morning of Fekntary
II o'clock in the residence of Mr ar.d I
Mrs. Sampson at Ginter Park.
Palme, ferns and Eas'*-r . s
decorate the chancel of the Rectal d
rresbvterian ftnlltr fl this evening a'
half past ?) o/-iock when M i?s EMtesV
berh Call, datigh'er of Mr and Mrs.
Manfred Call, will be rr.arr.ed to Jao.es
Harrr Alexar.d -r nf A'lsnn. (la
The ceremony will be performed by D: .
Itrssell C'ecll and iJr Theron Riee
In :!? nreserce of a large company of
.???latives and friends and Ernest <"o?t,v
will play the wedding muri?"
The b-lde's wedding gown is of heavy
white sa*ln finished with rose pom* la' e
and he- vefl of illusion will fall from a
Juiier cap of real la^e. She will wear
her mother s peails and will carry an
Lr.glien shownr of whi'e roeee and
lilies of tne valiey Mr Call will give
his do'igh'er away. There are tn be
no bridesmaids and Miss Bessie A.
Catlir. who will be maid of honor, will
be -he b-ide'e only attendant, she
?rill wear a lovely gown of pale blue
d -elf over cream -colored e;lk and will
OSurry a bouquet- of IffUni llj roses
ay. By. Orr. of Atlanta, will be b.-st '
man and the ushers Intrude Messrs
? "ha'les McKmnev. of Arlgnta P. R.
Allen, of Aeheville. N C.; William
Crump Tuck'-r. of this city. George.
Manfred Norman. Douglas and loser h
Call, a;l brothers of the bride.
The'~ will be a small reception at the
home of the bride * par? ntr immediately
followit g the ceremony at the church,
to which only *"ne most intimate friends |
ar.d The nearest rela'ives have be. n
rallied. The pallors will be decor- I
ated with lilies and ralms and the!
dining room will be arranged with!
pink roses, a centerpiece of roses and
lilies being arranged in a flat oval for
the table. Later in 'he even:-g. Mr
Alexander and hi? bride w... leave for
a Southern honeymoon and will be a?
home after March 1 at lag lumper
S-reet Atlan'a. Oa.
Guests from a distance here for the
wedding this evening in-!-idc Mrs .'
H Alexander. Miss Elise Alexander. '
Charles M. McKinr.ey. of Atlanta, |
Mr and Mrs J 4*. Hooper of Wash?
ington S P. Hooper, of Bed-'o'-i CRy;
R P Ailer. of Ashevilie. M C; I>r
and Mrs S P Lyons of Louisville. .
Ky. The g-nom is a son of the jH-?
JemCS Harvey and F.loise Raster Alex
Leave for Panama.
Mr and Mrs Frederick William
s otl lofl Richmond Sunday night for
Key West from whn h > ity they ba
sailed foe e trip to Panama O-her
Richmond people who sailed this emefc
for Panama include Mr and Mrs
?lohn Stewart Bryan. Miss Mury I.v
assS, li<><--ir w S"?--ens and his daugh?
ter \t-ss Helen Ste.-ens. Mr and Mrs
?>;i ve .1 Sands.
Tea for Charit--.
A very pretty *ea wnl be given at the ,
horne of Mrs Robert T. Sydnor. I.?38
OrOve Avenue, to-day from 4 SO * m
? h. afternoon and from ? to in o'tdOck
in 'he evening for *he church of the
Holy Comforter Mrs. Mary K. Bell,
of Shirley, will give a numbe- of read?
ings both afternoon and evening an')
a great many interesting features have
b'-en arranged for the programs of both
entertainments. All interested are
. -cdi.iliv mvifed to attend,
lie. I.ast tVeek.
An attractive Ii? tf?- dance was given
on Fndav night of last week a' the 1
Yacht Club by Miss Delia Sfovall !
Supper was served a' half-past 10
o dock, and dancing -vgs continued
until midnigh' Among those praggge]
were Miss Helta S-ovall. F.. Redford
Miss Kthel L Wells. C p. Wright.
Miss Sail:* Seiden I Robinson. Miss
Ali. e Ogery, Mr Grill. Miss Cooper, of
Highland Springs. H. Blackwell. Man
Lucille Wr-is Mr Reynolds. M>ss
Doliy Welis Mr Yo;:ng. Mi?? Blanche.
Oesjtlj. of Petersburg H le^iher I
Miss Wells ? haperoned the affair
and the stags were Ru hard l.a?-y and
The Rev. James A Winn. pastor of
the Barton Heights Mc*~*eteSBet church,
end Mrs Wlnn will be tendered a re?
ception lo mor'ow night ai the church
by the members of the congregation
The reception mmmit'er is ? omposed
r f -re board of stewards and iheir wives
and *he members of "he Ladies' Aid
Bociety end 'he evening will be a very
interee'lng one Mrs Austin W Mar
tenstein has rharge .->f the musical
program and 'he following will teke
pan Mrs M P. Sortie, soprano
Mies Julie Culbreoth alto. Dr Moms
Kobletlger Austin W Msrtenstein.
baritone, and Mrs Msrtenstein. ac
The Monday Evening Reading ci-.
< > of '.>,? Pein'., was entertained
loot week at the home of Mr* W f*
?a-.:wcK?d A largo number of members
ware nreeen.. and a very inetruetlve end i
Intereeting program wae rendered Mrs
Lone Conk rand current event* end
Mrs ?e?tt Brooddus en exceedingly ,
good paper on "Twet-re Famous Mod?
em Pelntlnan coptee of the paintings
during Im reeding 9* Min Btesdduss
rtirrtlng This Afternoon.
1 he meeting of the Utkwuud Me?
morial Association will be held toi* af?
ternoon ut 4 o'clock, at 8t John *
Church Business of Importuuce it
to be discussed at this meeting, and
all member* of the association are
urged to be present.
In and Out of Town.
A DVwtty and quiet marriage was
solemnized m the presence of a few
friends, gl rtvr Kart Marshall Street.
Vt'sferduy n'teinoon The contra, ling
parties were Wult'-r Mills and \li
ila't.c Stewart nl Km/ William Counts,
Virginia. The esreaneay was perforsssd
by Itev W H. Tyler.
Mrs f"?(.ph K Willard and the
Misses Willard will return to-day from
PelrfbX, where they have been for IbS
MISS Virginia Neville hawson. of
i redsrlfbshsirg i* visiting Mrs. C
Dssapsajr al ism park Avesase
tiovernor William Hodges Mann ha.?
returned from a short visit to .\"..'-'.
? a / Coanty and is now in New Jci
Mrs. c P Noland of Baltimore Is
the gueft of Mr. and Mrs. Preston
Noland, a? 2uK Stuart Avenue.
Miss Annte Huge is leaving town to
da to spend come Hans eith ratal rag
Miss Sally F. Ordway. of Murfres
bote Trim . in visiting Mis Philip S
Powers of IMS West Avenue.
Mii-s Klhert Monrrue. of Williams?
on, rg, is rlo? guest of her uncle and
? 'in' !>r hp<l \fi- I'tevillian on Sout h
ProfsSSOT and Mrs Kdmund Har
risoa are in the cit-. and are stopping
r It h their daughter. Mrs. Howard'
H?ge, at 1001 West fjrace S*r- mi
' lies Kmrna Wilson Morris has gone j
?., Portsmouth to attend the wedding
Od M i"S Wusal/M Moselev.
Miss f anny Beverly, who has been
ill at 'he Johnston-Willie Hotpi'al
here. 11 slowly improv.ng and will leave
to-day for *he home of her brother
I srtet Beverly, in Ointer Park.
bav.d Payne has returned to the. Ity
after a short visit to friends :n Lynch
Mrs t'uimingharii Hail has gone to
1 jtagten, where ?he is the guest of
her sister. Mrs Claud.; A S.vansoii.
Mr* -Ian.'-* w W.ls-.n of Baltimore,
is visiting Mrs. Blair here in company
with her uncle. John Doaaetl Smi*h.
also of that city.
Mis? Lena Miller has returr.ed from
Danville. wh*-re she was bridesmaid
a' the Miller-Noell redding.
BEEK DETECTIVE'S BLAYEK.
Police Continue Searrh for Robert
Webb. One of Automobile Bandits.
Chicago. January 0.?-While the
police to-day continued 'heir search for
Robert Webb siayer of PstSOtles P*ter
liar State's Attorne-- Hr.yne was
preparl ng to present *o the grand jury
evidence against Webb James B Perry
and Frank tkErlan*. the automobile
The police are convinced that Krank
Madia, garage owr.er. M-s. Isabella
Hastings and Mi' haelangelo f'assela
have no' told all they know about the
automobile bandits and the murder'of I
!)??* tive Hart.
No woman should purer.ass *n antl
sept.c or germicide, in tablet, liquid
or powder form, which i-i:.:?!.n any
poisons. Follow your ph-sictar.'s ad?
vise and specify Tyreo's \:iti*eptle
Powder, because it Is abssllllely harm?
less and positive In its results.
7" -.. i intJseptJk Powder -Sals dis?
eased tissues, prevents infection, un?
excelled as a douche, and is highly ertl.
cacicus as a general antiseptic for Vie
household One ;3-cent package makes
two grallons standard solrtion. Sold
by druggists everywhere. Send tar
baoltiet and free sample.
J. ?. Tyrre. < bereist, 'Washington, D. C
(>f "guaranteed freshness"
.iircct from our greenhou-ic?.
I oct no more. Phone tor
Virginia's I-argcst Florist
Telephone Mad. 630
?V ? SI Ala K .% srKl ULTf
or packing household goods sod (bins
If 1-f 13-115 West Pmsd ??rr?t
107 E. BROAD STREET
MILLINKRY Woxen 's a n H
Misses' Outer Apparel.
The House of Fashion
Bernard Frances & Co.
Broad and Fifth Sts.
TW laM ? ic? Oraa mi Cakrt aresj
2MS W. Bread St Cal lai 7141 |
800 Mens $1.00 and $1.50
! Percale and
MRS. SWANSON IS
ONE OF NOMINEES
Wife of Virginia Senator and
Mrs Fletcher Candidates for
Wasiimg'on. January ti??ffners
I of the congressional Club, a wonian'n
organization, were nominated here to?
il;... The election will take place Feb?
ruary 5. The candidate* nominated
1- or president?Mr* Claude A. Swan
sun and Mi*. Duncan U. Fletcher,
wives of the Senator* from Virginia
Magi vice-president ? Mrs. \V. A.
Pit Hop, wife of the Representative ,
from Indiana, and Mrs. I rank H.
Briggs, daughter of the late Senator
h | m, of Maine.
Sr. ond Vice-president?Mrs Thomas
P Oaf*, wife of the Senator from Okla?
homa, and Mrs. Kveriea Hayes, wife of
the Kepre-entative from California
Third vice-president- -Mrs. Johnj
Sharp Williams, wife of the tleiialor
from Mtesi.-sippi. and Mrs Henry A. ?
Criuper. wife Of the Representative
Fourth vice-president?Mis. Jarnes
T. Lloyd, und Mrs. Kugene F Kin
kaid, wives of the Representatives
froni Missouri, and N'ew Jersey.
Fifth v.i-e-president ? Mrs. Lemuel
P Padgett ;.nd Mrs William B Fran?
cis wives of the Representatives from
Tennwoneo tir.d Ohio.
Re.-oiding secretary?Mrs. Horace
M. Towner. wife of the Representative
from Iowa, and Mrs. Seth Shepard. of
Corresponding secretary?Mrs. John
! E Raker, wife nt the Representative
, from California, and Miss Alice Putr*-.
'daughter of Senator Page, of Vermont. (
; Treasurer?Mrs. Robert. N". Page. |
; wife of 'he Representative from North
1 Carolina, and Mrs. Fred Dennett,
wife of trie Commissioner of the
General Land Office
T. r. ?1 IS LFNILNT TO YOI'TH
Refuses to Prosecute Voung Man
t> ho Trieil to Steal Brou/.e lllngli*
New York. January ?..? Thomas F
Ryan refused last night to prosecute
eirfh'een-year-old William l.inino, of,
Ml Kasi Seventy-third Street. whom
Policeman England, of the Last Sisty
seventh Street Station, had arrested
as Lucino was trying to pry the bronze
hinges off the galbry door Of the old
Yerkee place at Mi and ?M Fifth Ave- j
nue, which Mr. Ryan bought recently.
For years youngsters had been in the:
habit of breaking pieces off the famous
bronze fenee, and for years the police .
watched the house, and finally stopped
the vandalism. Two years ago it was
Mr. Ryan's caretaker called the po-*
lice to his aid recently, and a watch
ba<i beer? kept on the house ever since.
Mr. Ryan has building plans which do |
not contemplate the employment of]
the bronze fence, and so has paid little
attention to the -hefts.
HOI'in PENSION MOTH BKS.
Bill In Keystone Legislature to Aid
Tho-e Who Work.
Harrisburg. Pa . January" ? -A bill
has been introduced in the Hosmga ap?
propriating CaO (W0 for the relief of
mothers in the S'a'e who are comp? lied
to work away from home to support
lt-->mse!ves and their children Appli?
cations are to be made through the
OOSXraa, and the fund is to be admin*
tereri by the poor authorities
The bill provides a pension of tin for
'he first child and %& for each additional
UNIFORM SYSTEM OF
Farmer*" ? ongrc^ \;,;, < <???
mittee to l?c\i?e Ihe
C*th*a?baOs Ohio January B.?A I
uniform svsfem of warehouses through?
out the I nited States, which is ad- ??
? ated by the National Farmers' Con?
gress, will be devised hv a commifee
eppom'ed to-day by f hartes I- Sar.
ford. of London. Ohio, president of
the congress, and Levi Morrison, of
Oreenville. Pa. executive e*xaMBlttOO
chairman The committee includes
William Creasy, of Catawasie. Pa
As instructed by the convention held
at New Orleans jn September, mi. the
committee is to work out a plan for
a svs'em of warehouse* in which farm
products . an be stored to relieve con?
gestion a* harvest time and keep prices ?
kll l i n BY BU I, Ii E I.LI).
Man talK In s?| Boad and Is Trampled
Plat f sb'irgh. NY. January 23 ?A bull
thtft I leorge H. Whvland. a telegraph
operator at South Junction, near here
was leading leaped upon him when he
fell in the icy road and fa'allv gored
hin The animal used hoofs as well
H l v'.iv.d. whose arms were broken
and his rib* 'rushed, died in two hour.
He had been ?n 'he employ of the f Dela?
ware and Hudson Railroad Company
for forty-?? year*._
I hnven Brlde*m?des. Bui Sen ed as
ralm\ra N ?' . January fj en?
voi,ng woriien who were .-hosen *o act '
?.. ? ? lesmaids for *he wedding of Mi?s
H rtoreo'e Powell were her pall bea-cr?
here j eeterday The same minister who
was -o ha-e performed the wedding
ceremonv read 'he burial : ?rvlec The
SQI Ilia was held in the Fpwor'h M ?
< hureh ?nd the intrrm<-n' in the Mot
Mies Powell was engage.)
marrv W. A Smith of New York ,n
the near future but ehe was strWhea
on chri?'mas and died Saturdav ss?
was an emetewr ?<-*rea of mark-d
and her -sedding w?s to have
Mr*. Hage Coadarts Instltate.
^Special to The Tlmee-Dispatch
Harrieonburg. Va . January a ?
For eeveral days Mrs Mara H Hogs gf
Loudoun County, State president of tlM
W C. T 0 has boon conducting e
W C T T- inetltute bora at the
Methcdts- ( h.ircl) The purpoeee
aeatte and ideal* of the cause, mat hod*
cf business s- rl ^rganiea'ton. and etlr
rlng addresses and laet-irwe have been
given The Inatltu'- ta primarily
ed c-s- and was a?tended by loonl
tsmpsranrs workers and mlnJeers
Loot night nvs 'own mlnietere made
brief eddr-eeea on t-mpwrarrea During
too taotltate the eubJeet of drees re?
form among the awhile school gtrtc of
the gtate wes advocated, I
POINCARE VERY FOND
OF HIS ANIMAL PETS
Beautiful Collie and Siamese
Cat His Almost Constant
HV I.A MAKQI ISK I) K FONTEXOV.
RAYMOND roiNCAItK, the nc*
president of the French Repo'dlc.
la the. first of Pa Hn? of chief
magistrates to b? extremely fonc! of
borse racing, whlcli he thoroughly
Wanda But ho is ctt.ll 1 fonder Of
sis animal pet*, and Ms constant com?
panion! in the roomy library of his
residence on the Avenue des Chumps
Elysssi have been for yeaars a beautl
f :i ? Olli?; answering to the nanie of
Rcol and above all a magnificent
Siamese cut of the name of Orl-gn."
v ho Urs together in the most psrfsei
? ; houl e . e, quarreling. Scot
sleeping at nigh' on a rug beside his
astei - bed while tin grl sleeps on
the latter at Its 1 aglet*l feet
They are u souroa of constant and
nev.v falling Internal to relay, are'
e?pe* lally the tat. nrobably the greater
favorite ot the two For then- Is no
;!i the dog. which n- as holiest us
irc.r* ( : i'- kind whereas the cat BO*
< ord ng t.. Frances new president,
possesses a most, complex character,
an erfraordinary blend of defects and
quali'ies. i on parabls only to a brilliant.
and not particularly scrupulous
Petacaie declares that lie has never
known Qrt-grl to show the -.lightest
smbersassmeni area when there would
have been mosl reason for the cat to
be extremely dig I ilia Ol toil It seems
to find a way 0111 of every difficulty
in the cleverest way. never hesi'atmg
lor a single moment between any two
solutions but always choosing the one
moal in keeping with its interems. the
most graceful, and the most calculated
:?< please it trtrtcntss itself with a
pirouette from the most impossible
situations, exeats in flattery of every
kind msnagss. when ?? wishes, to reach
any point Ol 'he apartment without
the slightest tinkle of the small sil?
ver bell attached to its foliar, and
even when its ba<-K is turned s<iuu:ely
on its master, SSOflOS to kno*v at once
?when he t? looking at !t. since the
moment that his eyes turn Hi the cat's
direction, and their gase concentrates
Itself upon it. the animal a' once
ansei and cornes to him with all sorts
of Batteries and eatresses, as if its
conscience were uneasy.
Nothing is more entertaining than
to hear Point arc thus dhV u-s the char?
acter of his cat, and in a letter degree,
of his dog. and there ut no doubt that
?lri-gri and Scot will become retry im?
portant figures in the Presidential life
at the Blyeee, during the nei' seven
yean In ract. they are certain to
share the Chief Magistrate's possession
of greal seereta of state. affec?ing
both France and foreiitn powers, to a
greater extent than any of his consti?
tutional advisers, <>r most trusted offi?
cial and non-of!i< ial < onfldants ?even
though Ii" does express himself with so
D UCS cynicism on tIi? unscrupulous
and femininely deceitful character of
Fortunately Poincars is a ?trong and
extremely lerel-beeded man of the
world, as befits, one who has been for
so long the acknowledged leader of the
French Bar. For he is hound to be
OOCas during 'he next seven years the
subject of just as much malignant and
more or less mendaeious abuse, as his
predecessors in office, of calumnies
quite as cruel as those which drove
even so strong but hot-tempered a man
M the la'e Casimir Perier into resigning
tin Presidency in anger before six
months of bis seven -ears term weie
Naturally capital will be made by
his foes of the fact tha' his very charm?
ing and attractive wife i.- not a French?
woman, but an Italian: alto that she
was formerly married to one of the
members of the German Embassy in
Paris, that he was her legal adviser
when she secured in ln>r favor a dis?
solution of that matrimonial alliam-e.
and that later on, When she was fr?e,
he married his fair client That she
should be a foreigner is without pre
cannot be corrected by local
treatment; to arrest the flow of
secretion you must remove the
cause; this symptom is only
one of nature's warnings of a
Build vour strength and vital
forces with SCOTTS EMULSION;
it supplies the needed Kme and
concentrated fats: the glycerine
soothes and heals the delicate
organs: the emulsion nourishes
the tissues and nerve centers
(? and make* rod, active blood.
Scott'? Emaftion overcome*
oat or 11 by compelling health and
Scott & Bowec. Elocmfield. K J. I3-?9
We Will Move
Larger quarters and new location,
805 E. Main Street
SMITH & WEBSTER,
ill- Knat Main -.freef
Use Pratt's Astraai Oil for
N. Kline & Son, Inc.,
620 East Broad.
Sample Shoes, Half
artsro or tgogt,
Corner 5th and Broad
Hopkins Faraitan Co:
7 West Broad St.
Cash or Credit
I reden t amnnc the wive* of the Presi?
dent* ol the. I'l?nnli Republic But oa
the other hand it mtiii be remembered
that the noneort*. of near everv one ,,f
those moiiarchinl rulers who occupn-1
the throne of France during more firm
ten centuries, ware of foreign birth,
and Kreuc h only through I heir marriage
The new Chinese Republic, while,
abounding the Order of the Double
Dragon, which the Emperors were)
won' ?,. beetow upon distinguished ,
foreigners, has followed the example
ol the Republic of France in founding
other orders of knighthood In Its place.
The principal one of those is the Order
of the ('hla-Ho, or the Order of the
'Flowering Rue Plan', ao.i the rice!
I plant constitutes the principal fea- 1
ture of the insignia It is to he be?
stowed, not our. upon foreigners, but
also upon natives whom the republic
wishes t.i honor, it is divided into,
five classes, the first of which is re- i
strlcted to foreign royalties and to
the greatest dignitaries of foreign
S'?Tes and of the Chinese Republic
Unlike most European ordere of knight- ,
hood, the hue of 'he ribbon varies I
with each of the five classes
It remains to be seen what infus- |
? ures the republic will adopt ^t'h re- t
gard to those foreigners who already j
possess the Double Dragon Either!
it mav issue an edict permit ting them I
to continue to wear it. or else it may.
ask its possessers to change II for the
Order Of the Blossoming Rloa Plant
I nless the Chinese government
moves in the mat'cr. the fore.gn mem- I
bers of the Double Dragon will no ,
longer be able to wear In- insignia at;
any European court where a pietty
striot rule is in force against the dis-|
play on official occasions of the in?
signia of order of knighthood of
dynasties that have gone out of ex- 1
isteni e In fact, on one occasion. ]
when Don Carlos, of Bourbon, the
brother-in-law of King Alfonso, of'
It pain, wore at se,ne state function'
of the court of Madrid an order which
and been bestowed upon him by his
father's eldest brother, the late es
King Francis, of Naples, the Italian |
ambassador took exception and lodged
Ian official protest
Owing to - he enormou? power wield- ,
: ed by the Minister of the Interior in,
I Russia, everything relating to the new |
Incumbent of that olfice Nicholas,
i MakiakofT, <,f whom I gave a brief l
sketch the other day in these letters, j
inu-- be of interest. To what I wrote!
then I would add that he is an ex
traaaety religious man. of whom it is |
said by those who know him best, that
be andertakes nothing without prayer. ,
While he favors representative and ?
Constitutional forms of government, j
and is sagacious enough to realize that I
Russia can never revert to autocracy in
the full sense of the word, yet he is
distinctly a conservative, and strongly 1
opposed ?" t.tda ailsm and ??> any of
its manifestations. He '., equally op-1
posed to Heers? of the press, and tn ?
favor of an intelligent control thereof
by the State He has no sympathy for
the Jews, and while li? has nor perse?
cuted them as Governor Of Tt hernigoff.
they have found very little good will
or favor at his hands. The best that
ran be said of hun in this respect Is j
that he has not tolerated their mal- 1
His aim is to continue the work of:
the murdered Premier Stolypin. to j
put the latter s plans and doctrines into ;
execution, and to promote the welfare
Of Russia as far as possible, without |
; foreign aid. Like Stolypin. he is in?
tolerant of dishonesty, keen to seen'
out and to punish it. and not easily .
deceived by his subordinates. At the
time when he undertook the duties of 1
Governor of Tacharnigoff the province,
was infested wi'h bands of robbers. Be
fOTS he had been a year in office he
had completely stamped them out of '.
Among hi-> chief allies at court is ;
Mme. Nariebklne, one of the principal
ladies in waiting and most trusted at?
tendants of t.he Czarina. Mme. Narish
kinc bears no title. The Nanshkmes ,
have always disdained to make use of
any handle to their name, rightly es- I
' teeming the iafter so historic and illus? j
. trious that any title would he super-,
i fluous. The house of Narlshkine has
furnished many Czarinas to Russia
.Copyright. 1913. by the Brentwood
TO MEMORY OF LEE
Flowers Placed on Recumbent Statue
During Literary Society Cele?
bration at Lexington.
I (Special to The Times-Dispatch.)
Lexington. Va . January 21.?A sim-j
pie and impress; v*> tribute was paid to,
the memory of General Lee at the cor;-!
?elusion of the exercise of the Graham-;
Iiee Literary Society, which held its!
104th annual cdebartion in the Lee
, Memorial Chapel. A large portrait of I
; Ia?e occupied a centra! position before
the platform and was topped with i
! white carnations. After a speech by
; the president of the society the flowers
| were carried back from rhc platform
I into the mausoleum by tho chief mar
! shal arid his assistant and placed at the
j base of Valentine's recumbent statue
Iof l.ee The audience had arisen, and
1 in slienoe paid tribute to the memory
of the great chieftain.
The celebration was opened by
Somerviile. of Mississippi president.,
who introduced the first orator. IL M.I
Woodward, of Virginia He spoke on
"The Advance of Democracy." .1. A i
Burke, of Virginia the next orator ,1
; spoke upon the Ideals of This, the'
' Twentieth Century." The subject of
j debate was. "Resolved, that part y.
nominees for President should be se- ,
leoted by nation-wide preferential pri
manes " Dan Holli?. of Georgia and
C C. Crockett, of Georgia, spoke for
?he affirmative, and J. C. Fisher, of
Wes- Virginia, and M M. Keaton. of
Virginia, supported the negative. M i
I or Shields. Frank Glasgow and Colonel
Kerlm. of V. M. I . acted as tudg- -
and awarded the orator's medal '??
I J. A. Burke. J. C Fisher was awarded
! the debater's medal.
The officers of the celebration were
President..'. Somerviile. vice-presidec*
[O. W. Diehl; secretary. O. Wiltshire
: chief marshal. F M Davis a.--is .,
1 marchals. E. S. MeCord. W \
.! Oroome. K F Sbeffev and F. P. Miller
A good-si.-ed crowd attended the ;
celebra'ion Must-- was furnished by I
the Virginia Military Institute Onhc--:
TO liRFIXiF RIVKR * H.lWl 1 .
Hnr'. tbout Thirteen Miles thove
Newport >ews Will Cost StJO.OOO.
Special to The Times-Dispatch ')
Norfolk. Vs. -tannery J? Bills have
i beea? received bv the I'nited S'a'e*
,'engineer in charge here f,,<- dredging
?e. u?. ? ?>:r>r- - ,<rd* in the James River
channel, about thirteen miles above
I Newport New*. The Maryland Dredg- :
ing and Contracting Corporation s
! offer to do the work at t.t* cents perl
cubic vard was the lowes* proposal
The contract will not be awarded until
the lowest estimate shall have been i
approved by the engineers in Wash- |
It la contemplated to make the chan-1
' ne| at that point eta feet wide arid i
I twenty feet. deep. The coet will be!
? f." ??
Konad Dead In Road
'Special to The Times d ? ..-?,? -
Bedford City Va . .1?
Thomas Oaff*T wae found dead in ? h<
rood near Smilhe Moun'am about
twe-.ty-lve mi lea from lied' -d
where he lived a rii.mrv' <?' vesrs
Des'h wee from h?a-t disease Me
was a cousin of James Mela tyre, and
will be burled In Bedford ? t*y to
'Spoctal to The T;m-? P ?na?, h
r edenekshii-g V? tannery r
"be-' Kn .r son of \t' ?"'1 Mrs V?
Moncure o- h ? *nd Mise
has an Importen' position with
ate a Oh era Express ? ompany.
There are occasions which require some
token which will reflect elegant taste.
Our stocks axe so selected as to meet
BARNES FREED ON
Verdict Returned by Jury Afte?
Thirty Minute*' De?
(Special to The Times-Dispatch >
Meherrin. Va , .January 23.?The
case of O O. Barnes, charged with the
murder of Lewellen Newcomb in Oc?
tober last, was given to the jury thie
morning without argument, and a
verdict of not guilty was returned
after being out for about thirty min?
It became evident yeeterday at the
conclusion of testimony, both for the
prosecution and defense, that the de?
fense had established to the satisfac?
tion of the hearers that Mr. Barnea
a.-ted in self-defense, and the verdict,
was not a surprise as returned.
it was agreed by counsel late yester?
day that no arguments would be made
by i 11 her side, and the instructions were
ir-pared and accepted by the court
this morning, and the case given,
the Jury earlier than was expected on
' SUMMONED TO NEW TOBK.
Dr. Orasty to Testify as Expert for
Oovernmrnt In Steel Suit.
Spei ial to The Times-Dispatch i
Charlottesville. Va.. January 22?
Dr. J. S. Grasty. of the department of
geology at the University of Virginia,
was summoned ?o-day to New York to
testify as an expert witness for the
United States Oovernmen* in the
government suit against the Steel
Corporation, which has been in pro?
gress there for some months. Dr.
Orasty Is the only geologist in the
South to be summoned In this big case.
He also testified for the government
before the Stanley Committee of the
House of Representatives in its in?
vestigation of the Steel Corporation.
BONDS MAY BE VOTED.
Special Election Will Be Held la
Brldgewater on February gl.
'Spoclal to The Times-Dispatch.1
Harrisonburg. Va., January 22?
The town of Bridgewater. Rockingham
County, will hold a special election on
February 21 to vote on the question of a
bond issue of 125.000 for fhe installation
of water and sewerage. Last June
Bridgewater voted in favor of a bond
issue, but the election was declared null
and void because the ballot failed to
state the date of the ?lection and the
amount, of the issue.
DREAMS A SEAMLESS COAT
Woman's Tailor Wakes Up and Makes
Orange. N J . January 2??Take It
from Bernard Shapiro, a ladies' tailor
here, that great things come of dreams.
Mr. Shapiro save he has. through a
dream, solved the problem of the seam?
less form-fitting coat for women that
has been the hope and the despair of
tailors for the fair sex since men began
to make clothes for women.
There an I a seam in the Shapiro
coat, and the task of cutting, basting
and sewing is eliminated. The tailor
?aye his invention will revolutionize the
' making of clothes all over the world.
I There is also bone for men. for if a
seamless coat for women can be evolved
why not one for men. asks Mr. Shapiro.
For fourteen years Mr. Shapiro had
been working over the problem of mak?
ing a coat that could be fitted to the
shape without ?-Utting the cloth into
pieces. sewing them into seams.
The problem became so great a part
of his life that he never went to sleep
but that he dreamed of it.
"One night a few years ago." s.iys
Mr. Shapiro. "I went to bed after
working all day on a piece of cloth
which I was trying to tailor into a
SOSllllins coat. I dreamed about Inf
work, and all of a sudden I saw myssM
making the coat. Then I discovered
t>... sr., ret. The njjc? morning 1 got
busy on th" cloth again, and before
the day was over I had finished the
first seamless coat ever made."
The tailor also dreamed that his in?
vention brought him riches To n.ako
this part of his dream come true he
has applied for a patent.
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