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Important Sale of
liluf ( liiiidiilla Strap Back Coats, button clow ?r* fitx
to neck, thai ordirjaril) sell for Iqxio; special tPJ.vv
Htid Hark I-till Length I <ul>, patch pocket,
braid bound, cithet m Oxford Kr.?> ot black; (1A AA
priced usualh .a F18.50: special . tPlU.l/U
High Grade Germania Chinchilla Full Satin
Lined Coats, ii> black, blue and brown, shipped to
us on Wedneada) with instruction* to dispose ot
them. Tbeae arc just such !ii?h Krude Winter
Coats as you usually pa) fft5.n0 or $87.50 for; apt $1500
See Corner Window Display of the Above.
Mr an?! Mit William RlMMM Masso
and Miss l-.ila Buek were hosts last
nigb' -i* ?ni <>f the prettiest dancing
parties given this year The dance
took SttSMM in 'he ballroom ot the
Jeffersou Mote, and an OrchSStrS ; i
throughout the evening. The ?tage
waa hanked with palm* and Im, ? -
and tali stands of pink rose. -<:,
placed at intervals around the room
the windows and dooiwa ?? being >.a'
lined with a d.-apery of Southern no
lax In the dining room whers tapper
?u served at li o'doch the guests
were seated at imall table? decorated
in Stsndef vases of pmx. rages tied with
pink 'ulle bows and the foysr was
arranged with palms ami tin lies
Receiving with fit and Un '.lassie
and Miss BueK were Miss Mary Wil?
liams and Thomas C W Ulla mi Mrs.
Nlassie wore a black tpaitgSSd gown
wi'h a bouquet of orchids *'.d Miss
Buek was gowned it. pale ye|i.,v
eharmeiise finished with ft?i;, h roses
and earned a bouquet of orchids and
lilies of the valley Miss Williams
wore an Imported gown of stress ?.-->..
with a ? orsage tMHtaitei pi gardenias.
Blrthda> ? elehral Ion.
One of the naosl intsrostlug faae>
tions of the winter season was the
reception given on Wednesday ? g
toy Mr and Mrs Henry C. Hieley at
their home Is04 Park Avenue The
occasion was 'he cslsSI ettstn of the
seventieth birthday of Mr H teley' *
mother Mrs. John Rieley and lie
kinspeople were invited M the Malay
home to wish her many happy returns
It was a < "abell-Carrington rally and
marked a gathering of tiie most exclu
Made in Richmond
Thp Dunlop MillsJrchnond.V'r?
107 E. BROAD STREET
MILLINERY Women's and
Misses' Outer Apparel.
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Wl >H:?I. A JfttltLTI
er packing hojjfhtlJ goods anJ <h'.na
t:t-tl.t-113 'A est Prea.l PHWS
The Lttrst in Ice Cffam an i Cakes h/sm
20CS W Broad St Cafl Mai 7148
20 Per Cent to M Per Cent Off
Jones Bros. & Co., Inc.
1418-1420 E. Main Street.
?ei i Sag Unat street.
Special display* of new fall ?;>!-? m
<is? r*la>?rs ?the fli.es! rrsle. at
Snrne Ottallty F.eary Day.
FIRITY ICE ??EAM.
sie? society sei In town thos* picsent
including only relative? of the homo
guest The botiM ?n fragrant with
many flowers anu a great basket of
rose? and llllee decorated the table In
1 he dining-room
MlM '.amilla WeilfOfd gave a small
card party at her borne on < etbedral
fines on Wednesday afternoon Tea
hu- -erxed a' the rmil table* following
t h" game
At. Inforeaal affair of the week was a
tea g.ven yestei.la. afternoon by Mrs
Bovortey H Tucker, at ber home on
Fa?r Franklin S'reet Iii honor of Miss
Letry Woods. <?f the I niversily of
Virginia Miss Woods, with h?r moth
??i Mrs Meajab Woods is spending
the roaialartsi of the winter with Mr
and Mrs Charles Holling ban
Mis < Ii ft on Miller entertained her
? lob on Tkteaaay afternoon A few
extra gu??r? were, united and t'-a was
ser ved later in the afteriioln.
Mrs. Isaac ^'? At Home.
Mrs Francis Ii. Isaa>s gavn the sec?
ond of hsr ser.es of at homes during
the month of January yesterday a'tet
Bafsfl at her apattrnent In the ( heater
field A big basket of pink carnations
and narcissi* v. a-, arranged on the tea
tabie and Mis. Arrmsted Wellfonl
paarad chocolate. Otaan assisting Mrs
Issa-.s yesterdav afternoon w?r>- MlaS
t.ora '"rupip Miss Kiorence Clarke, ot
1.(.gland . Mrs Luther Warren Miss
Maty Sounders Miss Kittv Lancaster.
Miss Mary S'reet and Miss Janet
kJoti?<* About eighty guests wer<- invited
\t r-lillng? <>f Interest
Mrs. Lena C. Hrauet end Wnreetd
Cunningham Tavlor were married on
Tuesdav at the home of the bride,
lert FaifBBOaiat \ venue, the Kev K. V
("arson pastOI at the Fmrmourit Meth
edlel Epkaopal church, performing
the ceretnonv Kdward L. Valentine
was tti?- groom's heat man and only
atteadaal TBS parlors were decor?
ated in rose* and palms for the occa?
sion and the lights were shaded in
r..s.- i ..;<,r Mr. and Mrs Taylor
left immediately after the ceremony for
an extended wedding trip that will
include Washington. Baltimore and
West Virginia and will later make th,pr
home in this citv. The groom former?
ly lived in Moorefleld. W. va and is
connected with the Atlantic Coast
Uaa Jtaiiroad la Richmond A recep?
tion was held at the home of the bride
on the Light previous to the wedding
The marriage of Miss Kdna Karie
Powell aad H Oordon Colenian. Jr..
of Boykit: t-.ok place on Tuesday
evening at hnlf-pasr S o'clock at
the home of Mr. and Mrs L F. Powell
at Forest H;!l The ceremony was
performed by the Rev. Oeorge W
Mi Daniel. D D.. pastor of the First
Baptist Caarea, in this city.
Tea Next Week.
The Junior Hollywood Memorial
let tation will give a team I.sc Camp
Hall on Wednesday afternoon. Jan?
uary 2?. fteen S te o'clock Officers
of all Confederate organizations in the
city will receive with the officers of the
association and a very interesting
progrum has been arranged for the
afternoon All interested are cordially
invited to attend
lux ita lions Out.
Mr and .?i-s. George o. Jone? tmra
issued invitations for the marriage of
their dauguter. Daisy King, to Dr
Ar.dre-v Krye Tattle the ? ererxior.y .,f
'a*"?e place on Thursday evening. Jan?
uary s*. at halt-past ?'. .?. lock !n the
Methodist Chare* at Rldgeway. Df
Tultle and his bride will be at hems
after their wecMlngtripat the Colonnade
Hotel at Spray. M C
Says the Baltimore Sun of recent
?One of the important 'redding* of
tt.t- year took BBsas ? I.?:: Miss Oladys
Perm daughter of Mrs I'erin and the
ia'e .\r-is-ri Perm, was married to
I'lulip Haxall Harrison, son of the late
Mr. and Mrs Charb-s Kuhn Harrison ?
ot thl? , tty.
The eataasaay *ae performed at t
o clock by Rev. Arthur Chilton Powell
in Ora<e and St. Peter's Protestant
Lptscopal Church and was followed by
re ? ? at the home of the brides
Ii.? !.." I. 3 i North Charles Street.
"The church was beautifully decorat?
ed W*th t- rnsand paimsand whltel'lies
a aaaajraaa of anaa and eaajaa music
was given before and djrlng the cere
The bride entered with her bro'her.
Leasraaea Perln. by whoni ehe was given
in marriage She was met by the
bridegroom, who was attended Ly bis
brother. John Trlplett Harrison, of
New York. *? aast mail I he brides
gown was a lovely costume of heavy
white safiii with court train, einbroid
eit-d in pearls and trimmed with point
lace t'-he -vote a tulle veil fastened
in c ar> fashion with orange blossoms,
and earned a shower of liltee of the
Miss Marte Louise Perln was her
sister t ma.d of honor and only attend?
ant Her gown was of pearl-gra . satin
gwaassi at wasea is-?. and saas?ssd with
a sash of Hack lulie. and she wore a
black satin hat trimmed with a bird
ot paradise and carried an immense
bouquet of Killarney roeee
1 he usher* Included Hall Harrleon
of Fort Stockton. Tex and Evelyn
Arnold Harrison brothers of the bride?
groom nfred Houston, of New York
Wilson S MrClintock of Pi-rsburgh
Robertson Oriswold. i hartes Fisher.
? hastes M Buchanan and J Marshall
H Bruc?. al: of Baltimore
? ' Mr and Mrs Ha:n*on left for 'heir
wedding Journev and on their return
will occupy ?n spertmen? at the La
Over I iw invitations were Issuedtc
the wedding and man-. guest* from
otfier citlee were present
To Fntertaln Oaeets.
Mrs Randolph Wetkins has Usued
invitation* for a tee to be given el her
b >m*. ?t4 Floyd Avenue on Thiiredey
afternooa. January M. at 4 ontoeh.
Mra We'ktns I? entertaining in honor
of \D? Augustine Royal! Turpin. wrw.
he* recently returned from her wedding
trip Mrs Tyrpir. was r#?rm*rlx Mia*
Mr* lee-.rge H*'i ht.ne. fi I? String
u little dinner at th? < oijoifT club of
Virginia on Saturday night in honor of
Mas* Iset-eJIe Parkinenn of 'he I nlver
slty of Virginia Mies Perkinenn hi
1 anting relatives la Richmond for,
?eveial week* und ? number of func?
tion* hav? been p aimed tn ber honor
Beturned to Klihiuund.
Mn Herbert \V Jackson and her
daughter ,<i? Krilyii Hymmi lackeon
have returned to Kichmond. after at
'?-tiding the inauguration of Uoveroot
Craig it. Raleigh X C Mrs Jackson
arid her daugn'er were honor guests a'
a great manv handsome atfair* durmg
their stay in I [a eigh. notable ,i.nc
which wae a largo reception given by
their honten? Mis James II l*ou. on
last I rida> night Mi* I'on Slatted
Kichrnoiid euilier in the season and
was one cd Die guests from a distance
prts'ir ,,t ? t,?. .intuit reception of Miss
In .ind Out of Town.
Mr* William Hodges Mann has
tetu:i,,.(i t,, ine Executive Mansion
after u short visit to celutK'e? in Psiore
Miss Miuy Butler, of ' Poplar
drove." Ma'thews ('ounly, is visiting
here for a lew day*
Mrs .1 n Neft. of Staunton. who
was operated ?.11 several days ago h'
the St Elizabeth Hospital here, is
Mrs Algernon Craven, of Aibemarlo.
is th? guest of her parents. Mr and
Mrs Thomas Atkinson, on Waal
Mr* J. B Savage and Mrs J B
Alsop <.f this cltv. will lameg Saturday
for Hoanoke. where they will visit
Mrs John Antrim.
Mr and Mrs Thomas JJeford. who
have been spending some time in
Baltimore, are now at their country
peaog neai LUIS J. where they will
rernsln until April
Colonel Cole and Miss Alice Cats
have returned to t rederlcksburg. after
spending a short time here
Miss Ina Tenser of 'his city, is I he
guest of Mrs J. A Richardson at her
home in Newport News.
.fudge and Mrs Edmund Waddili
will return to Kichmond to-morrow
after spending some time In Norfolk.
Rf>v. and .Mrs H H Barber, who
have been in this city for a few days.
ba< e returned to r rederh kshurg
W. -I. Moran of this city, and Miss
Lillian Terrell of Norfolk V? were
married in Washington yesterday, and
have gone on an extended northern
. trip. ?
Mr. und Mrs. B t Hamilton of
ami East Main Street, are visiting
friends in \\ Hmlngttrn l>ei . Philadel?
phia and New Yoik City They expect
to be gone about ten days
CON (KAI. STOLEN HOSIERY.
Baffled Sleuths Suggest "Ankle In?
spectors" for Big ."?IHK.
Riverside N. i January 33?Male
sleuth* who have endeavored to stop
wholesale thefts of costly silk and lisle
hosiery from the great Tauble mills
here have gone as fa; as they dare In
their investigation and now sugges*
the employment of female smtefleStl
with power as ankle UNpsctnrs Thou?
sands of dollars worth of the i.#?t
hoaituf manufactured at the mills are
stolen annually and the company has
put forth futile efforts of the most
Ktrenu-'Us eort to stop the costly drain.
Numerous arre*ts tiav<' been made, but
the of fleers'say this move fails to deter
tn.- thieves. They declare that women
employes are the worst offenders, as
they are able to conceal the loot in the
most natural way. ?
Mrs. Mary Sc/.abelick. an employe
of the nulls, was arrested yeaSjarstajf
(charged with stealing stockings. Be?
fore Justice of the Peace Zeigler. at
her hearing, it was charged that she
concealed ten pairs upon her person
??*hen ehe left the plate in the evening.
Thinks Her Letter Made Public. Might
Result in Some Good. All
Ladies Should Read.
Henderson, Tex.?In a letter from this
place Mrs. T. V. Bennett says: "Last
November I was taken very sick and had
two doctors. They doctored me for most
everything that could be thought of, and
at last thev told nie it would be necessary
to have an operation. I couldn't give in
to this, although I was suffering ^'<.. ?
Finally ] decided to tr> ( anlui, the wo?
man's tonic, and I hadn't used it but a
short time before I was up, feeling good
and able to do my work.
I am still getting along fine, and can
recommend Cardui. the woman's tonic,
to all sufterng ft omen. I shall a!wa>~
praise this errat medicine.
If you think my experience would be
of anv benefit to anv suffering woman
vou are at libertv tu publish it. '
Cardui. the woman's tonic, is strictly a
woman's medicine, made up of pure,
harmle-s. vegetable ingredients which at t
dimtlv gsj the womanb constitution.
Jt stimulates the weakened organ* and
helps build thrtn up to health ami
We receive numerous letter* everv da\
similar to .the one above. If it has bene?
fited ?<> manv thousand* of other women,
whv shouldn't it d<> the same for you?
Give Cardui a trial.
N. B.? H'rnV to Chattanooga Medicine
Co.. Ladie? Advisor* Dept . < hafts
noofa. Trnn.. for Sprite! frufrau-ft"** on
vour < a*c and 04 page book, "Horn?
Treatment for Women." sent in plain
Of ' guaranteed freshness
direct from our greenhouses.
Cost no more. Phone for
Virginit's l.arfeat Florist
i elephcrTV" Mad nyt
Men's $1.00 and $1.25
pleated ami Mt*t boaot*t;
HER ESCAPE WAY
COST HIS PLACE
Sheriff Likely to Lose Job Be
cause He Let Esther Harris
Riverhoad. Id I., January 3 - Act?
ing on a petition presented by the
farmers of Kiverhead. tJovernor Sul
zer ordered Melville K. Brush sherifT
of Suffolk i '.unity, to appear before
hlln and nli.iw cause why he should
nor r>? reiiM.ved for inoompeter,, y and
ii.eTnien.v. Papers wer? served on
ItBjS sheiifi today f>v S Muthersall
who cerne down from Albany with
'hen. Mr Brush pat Mi papers in
his po< ker and remarked that he would
That is just whai he has boon doing
ever since Ksther Harris Charged with
burglary, escaped fioti. 'lie now fI"M?*>
Kiverhead Jail last Dm-ember taking
all Ikt baggage and Ion Ting 'he doors
i.ea'ly looked behincl her KoMowmg
the escape in which an nutoerilbile
figure-.I the charge- was made- that
ot bet prisoners were allowed '?> spend
their time taking in the wonders of
Riverhead. whi.-h consist of Burgess's
place and i'aft's candy s'Ktid. w hen
thev should have been doing luetire
?o rtic- fcWO.ijU' jai: The SutTolk County
graticl JUO tooh up the matter
Mr. Brush's friends say the whole
trouble is that he is a Republican, and
nobody loves a Ropublloan any more
His job is worth about gri.cssi a year to
him. and. h<- saicl. he will fight to hold
it. if only for principle.
TAKE AN APPEAL
Spec ial to The Times-Dispatch i
Alexandria Va . January 23.-- The
City Council to-night, by a vote of 13 to
decided to appeal the annexartion raw
just decided against the city by Judge
Bennett T OordOB, Of N'elscjn Count;,
The c ity desires tc> acquire a part .
Alexandria and Fairfax Counties
TRACINI. NA\Y CRAFT.
Suspicion That Others Thsn Stewsrds Arr
I e .-.1 v, d ??
Washington January :j?firaft in the
selling of supplies te the Savy Department
a., discbised hj the investigation by the De?
partment of Justice slid naval authorities,
may extend to officers beyond the grade of
s'esa-ds. according to statements made by
Conspiracy among contractors furnishing
food supplies to the navv is alleged. SDd the
inquiry has been directed along this line.
There is s suspicion that the contractors st the
various stations including New York, New?
port. Boston. Philadelphia and other cities,
are in a conspiracy t.. exact the highest pos?
sible prices for inferieer supplies. Such a s.
tem of graft among contractors for other
?ork has been discovered and it is regarded
as highly probable that th* same method of
fleecing I'n.i.- Sam is i-mr.oyed in furnishing
supplies for the navy.
There sill tie no peSSSt Ition of employee
who lell of their ronne- lion sith the su<
ported system." The acting secretary of
the navy. Bc.-kman W.nthrop. is determined
to bring all iTibers to Jiistk-e. and in this he
ha? the full support of Attorney-*; eneral
Short weight is one means of defrauding
the government out of thousands of dollars
s year, a.-rordicg te Mr Winthrop The
?ui>--Htution of inferior products is another
scheme. Altogether n is estimated, the gov?
ernment is defrauded of more than RjStajSJ
The plan of the Department of Justice ?
to present evidence to grand festal in half a
dozen cities about the same time. It is
thought enough evidence Mill be available in
two or three seeks
F.LLIMIA.VT ?>\ KA.MPAOF;.
Tosses Keeper High In Air. and He Is
Special to The Times-Dispatch. ?
Salisbury. N. C. January 23 "Big
IMary." an etepaant, luiliingliuj to the
Sparks CIrene, now in ?int-r quarters
in Salisbury, went on the rampage at the
-heew grassade te eiay ane! oaase near
4 n-ling tlie life of Frank Lent/ osm of The
?-.-|vers He was picked up and thn.n ri
high in the air nnd suetalped a broken
arm and internal injuries. aasMas other
minor bruises Assistan' Keeper Louis
Reed rushed Co the rescue e.r the im?
perilled man and subdued the etc
ph.eni Lent.-, was given medical at?
tention and win recover. ? Btg Mary
? a* being taugh' to d<i some- new tricks
when the in ident o. eurred.
M AIL IILADS OFF RCICIDK.
His Own Letters Delivered In Time to
Norrlstosn. Penn . January 2: -The
; fatted states mail was fast for
Robert M..lrlnger. sixty-five years eeld.
a wealthy business man of Wej. Norri
ton Township, and la this he owe. the
fact tha* he is alive. Mulflngnr planned
to commit suicide, and he wrote letters
'.. a l-ecal undertager and t<> i II \ :
fcr a local banker, about his burial
and his last wishes. 1 hey received the
letr.-ra in 'he morning.
The andertakei turned his i^r-cr eiver
t.. ?he poll, e The banker investigate.!
for himself Polire and banker found
Mulrlriger lytag in his bathroom with a
tul?e eonnectevl with tb*- gas flxfure in
bis mo'itli He was revived and de.
man.led so know why they hsvi saved
hi? ' l*>
Mulflnger lost monev recently in In
- sgaaeeaM am! he got the idea that he
vas going te the poor louse. He pre?
ferred .iea'b to that fate
FRI I 1 lUKll'.VI IN % Kit I R. ?
Following ttrr.k of a ? srlosd Mini
gpateS Irr Afloat
Y'.t< Pa. January 3 ?Pie-king ap?
ples from the S isquehanna Biver has
l.e-n th* profitable occupaf ion nli num?
ber of York cewattaae the past few davs
A heat as a a near Oraharn'-tUe * as firs'
(a notle e - be freji' and sprwod the res ?
The epple? are of fine qusli'y and the
n imber pvwewred this* fat has amount?
ed to alsansl a hund-e-.t I..abets
1 he a;-; '? it is Issrned .!? rte,| frorr.
near Ros.Kvtlle. whe*e a carload was
spuled ..t? the bank In a railroad
-y re. k. To add to :te convenience of
'he |ith?"" there floated |n eofn
penv with the -?(?;.!e? ? U.ge fiuanttt
of barrete and evatee
i ti e i rut no ?an mkp.t*
Or Sets Isrrssss? *f Rsvwsa far I ??>...?kajB
Special to The Times-Dtspstrfc
Kins coiiegs N Jaaoery a.?The
srecuil-es board of tmsvssa of Etoa Caaaas
keld s uassasw ssssana last eseeia? >a the
p-sst'.-e- . - - -a a ft.li s'teadancs rt
was dsrtdsd to seat* ta? ease sad of us? ftrst
Soor ef the new grasalara aa<*1 Sei mm, sj i
A rsevwsseai ?? *a foot la the towe te havs
the laaal SV*d-?1 ?caool rares?! leto a ares she
sahsnl uaster tk* ?Issels?ist of ?dursiioa
ef th* eellege A?v?eat*? ef t*w osevsssent
thins It beweis s rsstasi sdisnraa* both for
'" Ths sjrs^^srif'for 7w year si Base
' a ?esal ef i
, esaaalass aaasgsjajaaa. am
TO MAKE PROLONGED
TOUR OF CONTINENT
German Prince Is Heir of Chief
of Very Ancient
Hl Li MAHUI IMt DL ?O.NTK.NOV
PRINCE IHJNTHER. SCHOKN
m Itn WALDENBCh? rhu hss
ju?? arrived from Kurope In New
York for the purpose ol making a
prolonged tour <>f the I nited sta---;
Canada ami Mhiim la unmarried i
tweaty sis years of age. hold* a onsn
mission In rhe Oerrnanv army owns
? intensive estate* in Roumama. com
priHing tome "antatrlt oil weiis and ia
the onl) brother and heir ol the chief
of this icerj ancient family It in u
li oj.e win, h pas i.e.,ii in possession of
its Castle of Waldenburg, Ha nrlferlnal
M ll >ii,,,e the beginning i?l the thir
teenta ? entui . ftsranerly eseroased petty
-,, . er eignt i until I he over' hrow of the
Holy Roman Katntrs ,m<l still po*
w??i> the right ol mating with royalty
on a footing ot perfect eoualite.
It was this th.it enahled * noasta of
the prince now here ri Isaie Frederick
H, hoenburg Waldenburg, to wwd at
Venice Prtnosaa a Hoe or Bombon.
da ightet ol -lo late Legt tints* Pretender
Lion Carlo*, and ?ist.er al the ernannt
Pretender Don .laline. th<t ceremony
'? na performed by Plus X . then
Cardinal Patriareh ol Venice
The ,r ion was not a happy one and
eventually was sundered by the divoroo
court a' firradiai. and eubneaueatly an
nulled by the Vattoaa There ?1?
mil'ti litigation about the oniy soli
Ooui of this unfortunate matrimonial
alliance, and the iliiliusnhptfj Waiden
burg family made a vain attempt to
deprive the boj now ten year* ol age
of Die nants and title ?>f a Prni'e
s. hoenburg, and of anv claims on the
entailed eetatea ,.f the bouse and nghrs
? >! nil raisaiuii thereto on the strength
vl the arttlnnoa prodnoad m court
during the prooeedhaaa for the severance
ol the marriage
The erincoss ha- tlnee rhen married
again her present husband being a
retired captain of Italian cavalry.
Linn <le| 1'iete wfh whom she divides
time between Via Reggio her place m
Italy, and a plantat.on which she OWfsS
Her former husband has also re
married his present wife having been
a Mile Valerie Malsoa von LohSIHltia
belonging to the petty nobility of
Austria Notwithstanding the ta< t
that the wedding ?eremoily was |>er
foraaed a' Hamberg by ttie archbishop
of that ancient city, 'hat itie Pope
sent rtii- special btSSSing front Rome,
and tha- the bride was of noble birth,
'he muniage was regarded in (isittian
law as merely a morganatic ur Ion. the
If there is one thing for which
"Good Luck" is indispensable,
that one uae is in making pie
And, by the way, why not
have some good home-made
pies for dinner, with light, crisp
crust, that will double the fam?
ily's esteem of your cooking ?
Good housekeepers rind that
"Good Luck" is a necessity for
good pie crust. Try it.
For tale by all trocars.
Hie Sauiuern MsnafaduTing CV
? Richmond. Vs.
The House of Fashion
Bernard Frances & Co.
Broad and Fifth Sts.
DETROIT OAs HAM.I.V
ALASKA KKFRU.KItA TORS.
Ul.li HICKORY FtIUTI RE.
SOLD OMV BT
Use Pratt's Astraal Oil for
N. Kline & Son, Inc.
620 East Broad.
Hopkins Furniture Co.
7 Weit Broad St.
Cash or Credit.
Sample Shoes, Half
h HO ?>F ?H??K.e.
Corner 5th and Broad
Good Office Furniture
For easy men. and a large stock t.
galee. from at
1 * Sil mirr. in
prince luiiior1. being on this acooui.t de?
barred from sharing his name, bis tit Is or
bis prerogatives in fact, she remained
in lb* eyes of the law merely Valerie
Majaoa von l.obenstein. until the King
>f Saxony bestowed upon her the some
what ojil title of Countess Bug. !? her
own 'Igh- The patent conferring this
dignity provided that thr children born
? ?? 'he union should bea' the titles of
Kar..n? .??.?! i<?, (,n?*?.-* Hug Bug being
the name of an exceedingly picturesque
village Iii the neighborhood of Bamberg
in Bavaria where Pnnoe Frederick owns
a handsome ,-t, ,f,vi>i if | jay stress on
this it is to .an attention to 'he fact
tha' Brines Ounthei s. hoenburg. now
la 'ins cohi try Is the .-vent oi baanan
'tig engaged to gl \ n.er n an woman,
will either have t.. himself reiioom e all
his ?ein! toyai rang prerogai iv?s and
sta'us and .|er en i to * he rank of the
ordinary nobility, it he ?vi-he* to marry
her on a footing Of equality or else will
have ho aeon re h??' ooaeeni to .t ssorspaa
atic alliance, in which case *he would not
t?e permitted to share his tit',.- prtvl
leges and fnmdv property, from which
the children horn to the union would
also be eX'Judml
Spain ia a land of paradoxe*, ami it
is necessary to go sou h of the Pyre?
nees in order to find leaders i !;e
publican party denouncing Conserve
tiva chieftains for disrespnc' ami dis
loyaUy to the King RapuMiean lead
ers such as Manor Alvarez actually go
so far as to declare that Spain has a
far better sovereign than she inallv
deserves In Spain, as in most other*
monarchical countries of Europe, where,
two great political parties alternate m
office the consent and the connivance
of the opposition I* nei essary to the.
administration tor the conduct .if the
busine>s of the state. It IS not so much
a question of majority and minority
I ," .1 change of Cabinet usually the
lesulf of internal dissension, and the
advent to ?fften of the opposition, is
immediately followed bv a general
election, bv means of which the new
administration always manages to ob?
tain a majority In Parliament, no m??'sr
how ?mall the number of Its adherent*
when it was In opposition.
When one nf the political parties
remains in Office too long, the oppo
aitSOn becomes restive and obstreper?
ous, and manages to obstruct business
to such a degree that the Cabinet, usu?
ally resigns Then It has been the cus?
tom 'f the sovereign to summon the
leaders of the opposition, and to 111
fiust them with the formation of a new
When the Conservatives of Spain legi
resigned, and Alfonso intrusted the
reins of government f.. the Liberal
leader Morel y I'endergast. the latt.-i
managed t" become involved In so bit?
ter a personal quarrel with the outgoing
Conservative Prime Munster Maura
ami his mastertu! lieutenant, ex Mm
ister ot the interior ;..i Casrva. that they
declined to aiciirii to him rhe IHSBfilin
ary good will of the opposition, nee es?
sary to turn for the transaction of busi?
ness CueMeaneatly he was compelled
? ,. resign, arid thereupon King Alfonso
? ??lidded the premieisiup to another
Liberal leader. Senor Canelejas
T he latter hud been m ofTi>-e nearly
three vear? when assassinated at Madrid
towards the end of last year The King
on the same temporarily confided the
duties of Premier to the Minister of
Foreign Affairs. Senor (?arcia Prieto
And then when the business pending
at the time of the tragedy had heea
completed. Prieto placed his own regia
nation, and that of all his ? olleaguu?. in
the hands of the King
it was generally supposed that Al?
fonso XII! would thereupon. In ac?
cordance with time-honored gaaffS
summon the Tory ex-Premier Moret to
the palace Hut the Kirtg did not con?
sider it wise to revert teaOonaarvntrve
poiii y a' his time. He was extremely
satisfied with all that hud been ac?
complished by the Liberal administra
lion of Canalejas during its three years
of existence, and was anxious for the
completion of its program and for the
continuance of its course. So instead
of calling for Senor Maura and for La
< lerva he summoned another Liberal
leader. Count Komanones. and request?
ed him to form a new Liberal Cabinet,
and to assume power as Premier
To say that Senor Maura was both
surprised and indignant was to put the
matter mildly lie was literally wild
with anger, declared that the King had
been abominably advised, and forth?
with announced that under theemum
stances he would not only withdraw
from political life, but would induce the
entire Conservative party under his
orders to do the same, and to refuse
any further attendance either in the
Senate or in the Cortes.
At first this coup on his part was de?
clared to constitute a grave peril to
the throne, and as almost certain to
prove fatal to the dynasty. Certain
it Is that it was intended to be a stag?
gering blow to the crown : one which
Maura anticipated would bring Don
Alfonso to his knees
Bui things have turned out quite
differently In the first place, the
bulk of the Conservatives especially
the Moderates, have on reflection,
thought better, and. seceding from the
leadership of ex-Premier Maura, have
arrayed themselves under rhe leader?
ship of Senor Dato, also a Moderate,
arid an ex-Cabinet minister of Baach
experience, and have declared their
readiness to accord the usual co-opera
ttoa to the Romanoties Liberal admin?
But what is still more important
the Republicans ha** abandoned for
the nonce their untidynastic activity,
ami have given their support, not mere?
ly to *he liberal administration, but
la their young aovereign. of whose con?
duct m the recent ministerial crisis
they whollv approve, whom they de?
clare to have nc-ed in accordance with
'he wishes of his people, and in a con?
st ituli.'nal manner while t hey denounce
ex-Premlcr Maura as. not alone un?
constitutional ami unpatriotic, but as
something very much akin to a trni
:or. aince he was willing to Imperil
? he throne tn <>rdc- fori e his own
recall to power and office
Copyright. MM by "he lirentwwod
Blues" Officer III.
I.ieu'enant. Rudolph A. Siegel quar?
termaster of the Richmond Light In?
fantry Blues. is seriouslv ill with
pneumonia. His youth and vitality
will probably pull hin. through
the attack, in the opinion of Ins phy?
KM. Fill K NOT l I ?III l
? oeke's ?100..100 Suit Dismissed?
Arose ?>??* SB MTarrinrr"* Confrvsion
Cincinnati. Ohio. l.?r,,.aM S.?.fudge
Dickaon dismissed Kdgm 8. Cooks?
suit tor tlO' i?>i against the Big pour
l;ai;road Companv < ookr's attorney
then withdie* ? sur which had been
iht agams' I. J Hackney, general
Baejags 1 ?f the railroad. Cookestied the
Big Poor Railroad Company for dam?
ages for loe' ? ??rislstlng be contended,
of the publlpa:1en of the confession of
(- I Wa?-rii.eT ..f this city, treasurer
mi ? ?? railroad Warnner. In thia con?
fession, said that he was fSM3 nni shcrt
ln Mi B"<ounts and that the shortage
was d ie to blackmail levied on him at
the rate of lissa to Maao a month for
several years by Cooke and Mrs Jean?
ette Stewart Ford.
The ?<?-.? i- e 'n eu'orT ftojifT fron,
him. Warrtner said, because of knowl?
edge they had of a sir.a.l tpeculation
when be was an assistant cashier of the
?sii*esd company Beth Cooke and
Mrs Ford were aequltted of charges of
? T.ma 1- -ece!v:r.g ?t 1 ?n proper! y
\\ arnner pleaded gjllty to ons cf fa*
indictments sgstnst him and received
? sentence of at? rears im^rtscamsnr
He ?estifled for tbs prosecution sgstnc
Cooke and M s Ford 'idge Dickaon
held tha? ?be railroad comr?ny saa 1
no' be hsld nable ?er H- r?r ?
Wala?. To triaiT i.riiuvf
?relish Heir Wll. Hee Raiser and
Beretve s Decoration
Berlin January O !? ? ?'??'1 that
tae rrinc? of sveie? sft-t bis
tana at Oxford wib . ??? i -he f.
f o'Bdsm iff which he will v
Emperor who will confer uj-on him the
ft at asassrreto...i ?ha* 'hare ts the
greatest ln*?? ? ?'r
"rotes tn the vtstt of he blond art no*.
? be sen nf the Km .sb King Is known
in Oermany and ???-?aur. preparations
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Negro Accused of Brutal
Assault Confesses His
? special to The i Iraes Dispatch.i
Newport News, \-a . January ?
While waiting (or a Maiu to this city
at, the Main Rtreet Station in Rich?
mond to-dav Jhukw Ooode, alia* Joe
Jonas, ? aegro wanted tor the brutal
assault last Monday on Julius Smith.
a mere ha nt. is said to have < onfesesal
ins orrme t.? DetecUve s< rgeant 8 o.
1'enrson of the Im ul force. Ooode
ImpUoatad another negro. Robert Bales,
who has beer ->uspe. ',-.1 from the
first and w ho was jailed to-day. Keel?
ing against the negroes runs high
among the colored people of the city,
..nl th<- sergean' brought his man
back rhre* hour- ahead of scheduled
Uli? to avoid trouble. lioode told
?i ?Tgeant. it is said, that he and
Bates had planned to kill Charles
."i-<;h. a ws|| known man about town,
a' o'clo. k Monday morning, but that
Fisch eluded them in some way. He
:?? known t.. carry large sums of money
on his aaraaa
Palling to ire? this man. the uegroa*
waited t..i Smith t,, open his shore.
The two entered and according to
Ooode, while the latter watched tho
front door. Rates took the merchant
to the rear <>r the store to K"t some wood
and then strin k him down v> ith a two
toot -pike. .Tin. h Hat.? was earning
concealed in his trousers Two blows
were struck. Smith i-> -till living, but
has not regained consciousness and
according to the physlcianatcannot live.
After OOnfeasing to the crime, (ioode
aske.l th? sergean* wha' ha.i beoome of
the Allen Kane The officer explained
the status of their case* and then Ooode
a.-ked him if he hud ever seen a man
electrocuted. The officer said he had
and the negr.. asked him all about it.
saying. "They tell me thut it takes
about a minute for a man to die in the
chair " The ofTii er told him that it.
required about that time. "And they
tall mo that when a man gets in the ?
? hair he is sure dead.' continued the
negro. The officer told him that ho
was. With that Ooode, according to
the officer, settled back in his seat, on
the train and went to sleep. Some of
the money recv-nd by the policu ia
covered with blood
UTRL STF. ALI NO COSTLY.
.Made hi. Men Idle Cost Standard
Oil Co. v.> a Minute.
Pittsburg. January zi?Deputy
! shentts arrested William H. Jones in hie
cabin in Moon Run on seven m.ilct
[ riieuts for larceny.
Jones lived aione in the woods and
has a reputation for charity among the
poor of the town of Carnegie The in?
formations against him are in behalf
of the Standard oil Company, the Bell
Telephone Company and the Pitteburg
Coal Company. He is charged with
stealing twenty miles of copper wire
in the last two months. It is said that
more than once he has cut live wires
running out of the coal company power
house, causing the Moon Run mills to
suspend, and throwing 10.000 men tem?
porarily out of work .1 W i'assady
says the standard Oil Company lost tt
every nirnute it* wires were not work?
ing and that several times the lines
were uselese all day.
Dealings with a junk dealer resulted
in Jones's arrest.
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