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views to be exhibited
Aa <i special attraction Mr Toney '
has engaged Uennie O Neil and Carl ,
Oarretf. who will appear in tbclr laugh- '
able comedy entitled, ' f .ft see Minutes'
in Oerky Town." These two local '
boys need no Introduction to Rich- i
mend's theatregoing public, as they i
have appeared here on various occa
?ions, but not as professionals.
Almost of enual importance will be ,
the entries of May De Vaul. character
change artist; Howe and Edwards, in
"The Arrival of Mr. Dooley" . Marcella
Marlon, a dainty singing comedienne,
and bland and Clayton, clever sister I
tfour nsw pictures are displayed at
each performain e.
Shows are continuous every week- .'
day from 2 15 to tDu la the afternoons
and from 7 15 to 10 45 at night.
A Feature at the Virginia.
"The Ways of Destiny " in two parts,
a strong social drama that begins In
sag green fields and leads the spectator
through a labyrinth of niliMIe rghss, I
and high society, following the career)
of a beautiful girl, the adopted daughter
of a ktml-hearted old shepherd, who Is
klllsd by a stroke of lightning, is the
unusual picture which will be offered
at the Virginia Theatre on Wednesday
and Thursday. .
Brokerage Firm Believed to
Have Money Embezzled
New Vork. January 24?Alfred A.
Cook, attorney for the High Bridge
National Bank, announced to-night
that he had received Instructions from
the Comptroller of the Currency to;
bring suit immediately against the'
brokerage firm of C. I. Hudson a Co. ;
for the recovery of approximately ;
SU ODO of the suspended bank's money, j
lost in speculation by its csshlsr|
Ahrain L. Beavers. This announce?
ment followed a conference with Bunk
Kitmincr Fowler, who cam* from High
Bridge to lay before the lawyer eorae
of the results of the investigation he
has been making of the bar.k s condi?
Mr. Fowler's examination will not
be completed before the middle of the
week, and until then the exact amount
of the shortage c annot be ascertained.
Suit, however, will be brought on the
figures obtained In Beavers s written
It was learned to-day that the ex- ;
amination being made into the banks'
affairs, indicates that all of Beavers :
financial difficulties are ofadate later
than last October.
Foster Vooihees. a former Gov?
ernor of N*ew Jersey, who is acting as
counsel for Beaver, said that his client
It In m> sense a fugitive from justice.
He is holding himself 1n seclusion, the!
lawyer said, and as soon as he baa ar
ranged to give bail, which he expects
to do early In the week, be will surrender
to the Federal authorities and plead
t'nited States Commissioner Stock?
ton, of Newark, denied the report tha\
a warrant had been issued for Beavers' j
arrest, and the district attorney's oJTIce
ease declared that no such step bad been
TRAFFIC HTOPPF.D BT
AVA LAN C H KS OF ?\OW
'Special to The Times-Dispatch )
Tacoma. Washington. January 25 ?
Another series of avalanches has
stopped traffic on the Great Northern
Railroad through the Cascade Moun?
Last night slides burled the Great
Northern tracks west of the Cascade
tunnel to a depth of forty feet or more,
with snow and debris. The Burling?
ton passenger train from Kansas City
was held in the snow shed at Alvin
this morning. A rotary snow plow ,
on the MilwaukeeRailway was caught:
by an avalanche and completely
wrecked labt night near the summit of.
the gniquulmle Pass. One snow shov
ster was killed, and forty saved their,
lives by Jumping. The slide waa the'
largest ye*, experienced on the Mil?
Heavy rains on Thursday night, ana
on Friday caused yesterdays ava?
King of Externals
Hcgreatest known T^parationsfor~reKev^ n>
daring I^TLAMMATION, such as Pneumonia, Group,
Coughs, Colds, Pleurisy/ 4 Applied externally it is entire*
ly absorbed, reaching the vital spot in a few ^moments*
It does not annoy or irritate/ Being external, no drug
habit can be formed. WTien Go wans'is once used it is ahrays used.
Drft&gists guarantee Gowans, Croup comes in the night, be prepared
for tie emergency. The cold
may be Pnenmonia tomorrow !
Wc hare been tcfiinf Goerarn rVrearatior. for the Umt few
five hoadml per erat. Wc bare recornr^cr :ed it to all cfaaaei
bon we er? mM moil tec aaaot atapk artaJt ie ear aaarc.
infi-j. ea. but at. mo. _
I aaai winter of 1309 aar aalet inert aaed
?t mm? greea better mm?mtmc?oa taaa aar
C H. S. SN BAD * CO.. Drofwieta.
TAB DTTJgtists?Sl. 50c^ 25c Take no substitute. Boy To-Day aod bay GO WANS
GOWAN MEDICAL CO., CONCORD, N. C.
WE WISH TO ANNOUNCE
THE REMOVAL OF
Our Office Furniture Department
TO OUR MAIN STREET STORE
Where you will find the largest display of
Office Desks, Chairs, Book Cases, and Filing Devices
in the South.
It will be a pleasure to greet you.
EVERETT WADDEY CO.
1105 East Main Street
They Will Not Be Barred at Ball
to Be Given by Southern
PLANS NOW UNDER WAY
Designed to Take Place of;
Inaugural Affair Barred
Washington. January 23?Visitor*
to the inauguration ceremonies, if they
i arc to remain in the national capital
? for two extra days, wilt not bo deprived
i of the glories of an "inauguial bull."
for the Southern League of I he Women's
National Wilson and Marshall organiza?
tion has determined to supply the de
fl. lency on the evening of March ? ,
Dignified dancing of the "turkey trot" ,
will not be prohibited, according to
the leaders, and the "tango" and
"< tncken flip" and the "bunny hug"
I will be permitted if they are danced ,
with due decorum.
Beginning to-day the managers of ;
the proposed ball will plan to handle
?he ci-owd that is expected to attend. ;
Nn arrangements as yet have been
I made and the chief problem is to secure
a hall large enough in which to care for i
the throng. Whether the affair will I
be invitational, the expense to be borne ;
by the league, or whether U will be;
made a subscription dance, has not been <
President-elect Wilson will be the!
guest of honor at a reception at the '
i smoker to be given here for him the '
[night of March 3 by the Princeton |
Alumni Association of Washington. ;
The President-Klect has accepted the ?
invitation. Invitations' will be sent to
the 8.500 living Princeton graduates. '
The association is also making arrange
ments for the Princeton graduates and '.
their families to occupy a section of one
If the reviering stands for the inaugural
parade March 4.
The American Woman Suffrage
Association won a victory over the,
local inaugural committee to-day at a
hearing before the Senate Committee'
on Buildings and Grounds. The com?
mittee determined to grant the women
the right to build a reviewing stand
opposite the Treasury for the suffrage (
, parade Mar<h unless the insugural :
, committee will consent to the use of the |
stands now being built for the review of i
\ the inaugural parade March 4.
Thus far the inaugural committee:
has declined to permit the women to
make use of any of the official stands
'on the day before the inauguration.'
Notwithstanding the strenuous oppo- '
sit ion of the insuguration officials the
Senate gave the suffragists the assur?
ance that they might erect a big stand :
' opposite the Treasury portico.
Dr Hyslop Explains Psychical
Phenomena in Which Name
of James Was Used.
(Special to The Times-DisnaVh )
New York. January M.?Dr. .luree.
A. Hyslop he* written a letter on llW*
ssjl > *- of the article in the Journal j
.f ??? American Psychical Reaearvh ,
ab->u' spirit communication from Wil?
liam James, who was pmfc??^.r <??
philosophy at Harvard. He says
There was not one word In ou* sr
tick* est the young boy wh: h . -umed
? h.it 't.e-e was aa?' spirit cornmunie?- I
Hons, either from Profeeeor James or .
from envbody else. It was reported i
eolelv a* an instance of hysteria and
i he InteresUng tnesdents tn the case
were that the poy wae a spectator
among the re-r of us of the phenomena
that hut hands end feet were seized rv
anesthesia or iBWewetWHtf. enabling
him to do the thing* himself without
knowing i' that be prepared f?r the
|.i 11 li iaaai ta beforehand without
having env normel memory wh tever
pibttsd sauuusjsrl >us
Impersonal ion that included ? H. ?,. ,ai
twaddle end in that the name of T-ro
fseeor Faroes aaaj others ate aired
"I Instated that all the rter.se nee
should receive IP* spaas svU of rccog
One Car Load of Beds
One Car Load of Chamber Suites
One Car Load of Dining Room Suites?
Just Unpacked and Placed on Sale This Week at
SYDNOR & HUNDLEY'S
This means many new rkiarnn lor \our choosing at our usual low prices. Other carloads are
on the way to meet the demands of our expanding business. The more we sell, the more we buy.
The more we buy, the lower price we can obtain. The lower price we obtain, the greater advan?
tage \ou get it you
BUY YOUR FURNITURE HERE
Fumed Oak Dining Room Suites
The favor shown by discriminating buyers last year to this new treatment of sturdy old oak
confirms our confidence in the merit of this RICH BROWN DULL FINISH. The new arrivals
in matched Suites of this Handsome Dining-Room Furniture are truly worthy of your attention.
The illustration presents one of the moderate price suites.
BUFFET, 5 1-2 feet wide, French mirror. $59.00
DINING TABLE, 54 inches, 8 feet extended.$48.00
f SERVING TABLE . .$16.50
ARM CHAIRS, leather seat, each.$9.50
SIDE CHAIRS, leather seat, each. $5.50
LESS 10 PER CENT CASH DISCOUNT.
Many others of equal merit in the showing.
THIS WHITE ENAMEL IRON BED. $11.50.
Head. ,SJ inches foot. .54 incho: pillars, I 1-8 inches;
fillers, ,v8 inch. Sizes 3 feet. 3 feet 6 inches, 4 tcct, 4 Icet
6 inches wide by 6 feet long. These 3-piece bed* are
ca.aly taken apart and arc very sanitary. *| | f*A
Price, including National springs. ?91 l.t/U
Lew 10 Per Cent Cash Discount.
Beds without springs very similar to above at $4.95
and $5.75, less 10 per cent cash discount.
THIS WHITE ENAMEL HEAVY IRON 3-PIECE
Can be had in colors also at same price. Head, 62
inches; loot, 42 inches; pillars, 2 inches; filling, 1 3-8
inches and 7-8 inch. Si/? s, fret to 4 feet etfl jj A
6 inches. Price, including National springs, wlO.vU
Leas 10 Per Cent Cash Discount.
WHITE ENAMEL IRON CRIBS,
of dcsi8n>. Price, $4-5? to $I5.??.
in a great variety
Small lots of I, 2 and 3 pairs of a design; pat?
terns we cannot duplicate. A chance to secure
supply for one or two windows at greatly re?
duced prices. Among the lot arc Irish Point,
Cluny. Renaissance, Nottingham, Scrim and
Splendid values in Lace Curtains at $1.50,
$2.00, $2.50, $3.00, $4.00. $5.00, $6.50, $7.50,
$10.00 per window.
New Baby Carriages have ar
rived for the newly arrived baby.
Such a showing of Beautiful Rugs has seldom
been seen in Richmond.
New allover patterns in Wiltons, room size,
9 hy*t2 feet, at $36.50.
Beautiful colors and patterns for parlor,
library and dining-room in Bigelow Utopia;
room size, 4 by 12 feet, at $37.50.
Choice new patterns, all colors. Azminster;
room size, 9 by 12 feet, at $18.50, $20.00 and
>irong line of good colors and patterns Extra
Quality Brussels; room size, 9 by 12 feet, at
QUALITY IN FURNITURE 1$ ECONOMY
SYDNOR & HUNDLEY
Seventh and Grace Streets
not ennttfh to ju?Mf- ?nr
central fomt of int?rwet
nt h ? ! wan the k
h will make the cee*> i
net the judgment of itrmi
en ready I* ?hont fraud
The Master Cure for
Mm heAM**. ewer MOT *ATt aed ape*'
?ntt? h*+rtrm--anthea ant r ii
true all tar wii iihan together.
??aijrr awed for ra, awaaaa*. ttaaea aw
n-urrb<m. aad thwea n weanlwtwork.
re- j y m?i eg, aafaal it "'*cnrn hTKDerivy -
; ? ?tonet '?. ?t> te*t m*e* I SSI. i'sgl riasstwti
ute Inst? -"hTaVr i Film fVearrtaWew..
At Dtsssjisti. fat. Itattht. feeoklet mm
w? H ?UUa*.36t?aWrHca^ |rwl>, k f.
It is time that this subject be t?)
of the hand* of the pubt:c and '
uror ami *o have the ?fiiden*
-?rmal psychology look ptjea I
? That ?u the principle lew
he artlH* ?n<t the only lessen :t
red to enforce in it "
Kill M toim; womin
keonvllle Fl* . .lanuarr S ? C p.
e. Long and the
ted a reed-houe*
1 are eeld to bar?
it it?. ?? mn%% ?*ti*? ?ip?
DnmedoeeoU. Italy, fen aery ??
i-.n ^ ? the Paraeten a?teter
(lew across the setes ntpe freej Brie; te
thai v.ty ?o lee* U)aa mmli aa aaear I
dar. Ha accented at Brig In als mtll '
I plane at noon, and landed Hera at mm?'.
Bleloe-ncct had bee* waiting for fee
oraWe weather eince Januar ret. He
? ! tr:<* eatne co.ire* or r the -
s Tpii.n t'ae* ae wae taken by few mmm?-i
patrto*. Chare*, in September. MJte.
'.?vr. a- ompliahed the night, but m
'ardin? hurt feimeetf eer-a-'-T. and
.. at d,ed from hi* injnn?-?