Newspaper Page Text
Gloves for Street and Evening
Misrvs' 2-rlasp <>l<i<f Kill
GloVCS, in l.iii and G% Afl
while; s|n<i.t| . . ?0 I.UU
Infants' i-clasp CajM Gloves,
with heav\ stitched
sea ins, in tan onl\;
IVtlhlNf Doeskins, with one
button, stitched with |)ri.\ strain,
white and natural;
ChcVKitC l-cl.isp Washable
Doc-kin Glow-, niado from the
i hoittai .? lc i kwa ol CA
i4?ns; special ...... ?1)1. DU
. with one
In land C&pt Walking Glove,
wilh heavy stitched seams and
spcarpoint hack, in black,
white and tan; tpk> d* t ?"A
Rousard io-button Mousque
taire Glace Kid Gloves, with
pearl clasp, in white only; regu?
lar >vOo value; tpm
i6-button Washable Knglii-h
Doeskin 11loves, reg?
ular $.V5<> value; spe?
Mm Thorns* Itan* >* Ursen gave a
lovely luncheon al her home, mm West
. ranklm Street, yuenliiv in honor of
MlM Kraz^r. of lirstngftliri K* . and
Mm* I.?--Ii? ..( !.????? Inj ? if. who
are the f?r?'? for two week- The
luncheon table wa? d.??j:oI '??..in .t
l>ink backet of Killarr.ey rose* and
mignonette and canSUOS -haded la |)ink
bird mlvrr, and 'he plaoei of the guests
were marked wi'h smaller pink baskets
filed with bonbon* Bridge whi-: was
played later in the afternoon. Mrs
iireen invited to net Miss Fraaee
anel Mii> Foster. Mate Kaanie Hobeoa
Miss Kisle Anderson r,f Louisa; Mrs
Alexander Bmwr Mr?. lohn O Win
?'on. Mrs Uewellyn M< Vcigh and
Miss A vi? Walker ti ran
Another affair to given in honor of
MlM Iraacer and Mis* foster will be a
d.nner at the Country < lub this evening
a- which Mr and Mrs Llewellyn M< -
\ eigh ?rill t.e host- Covers Will be laid
lor eight and the table will be de. Ol -
seed in dafto.li:- and pink -es
l.ntertaln < ard t lab*.
Mrs Herbert Mann will entertain
her rard .lub on Tu?-da f aftetnoof.
M-idge whist artll be ptnyed an'l tea
w ill be served after t he game
Mi** Kli7ab?.th Seiden is en'ertaitiing
Made in Richmond
fhr Dunlop Mills. Riihoond Va
Women-* and Men *
and $4.00 Shoes
Discontinued Stjles :ind Small
Lots Displayed on Bargain * | on
Table. Special the Fair Ol.?J
N. W. Cor. Third and Broad.
Just for Friday Specials
HAVE YOU SEEN THE
New Method Gas Ranges
? AT ?
PETT1T & CO.'S?
\,m rtaye* ? the fit. est made, at
Sample Shoes, Half
him. or snoK*.
Corner 5th and Broad
Hopkins Furniture Co.
7 West Broad St.
Cash or Credit
tei f.lsl Ores* Street.
Fpeela! displays of a*w fall style* !n
Shades to Older
Ihclow Pi of it
Ik Uarst ? let inm aa* Cases baa
2MS W Rrosd V Can las. 7148
! her iatd 'lub this af'ernoon Auction
in to tie t lie game and a collation will be
: served at the . ard table*
A beautiful wedding was celebrated.
Thursday nigh', in tho bainoorn a:
Raus? her s in Washington, in the
presence Of a large number of guests,
when M iss A rinet te (.oldsrm' h. da ugh'er
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles tloldsii.;'h,
was married to William B. Thalhimer
of Richmond The ceremony was
performed bv three rabbis. Dr N.n M
Dr. Kt'in and Dr Calisch. of Rich?
mond The rooms were decotated wi'h
basket* Of roses and Australian ferns
The wedding music was played py Miss
i. hel '1 'o.tier-Hardy, a1 >he ptaao, and
Mr Kormau violiru?'
Following the cereim.uv an art bo*trg
'played for the reception and dance.
1 ? . ing V ay. 'if Ki' hniond was be?t Sana
and Miss Hilda Jacob! was tag maid Ol
honOl T h >i e were lour bridesmaids.
Miss Sylvia Mav. of Riciui:ond. Miss
Allna Baer. Miss Krnestme fUt h. arid
Miss Lorraine Herman 'I he BSsVSfg wer?
Stanley Lansbt.rgh. BtanlOj Fi*hS1
i Roy Livingston**! of Philadelphia, and
Ralph Goldsmith brother of the bride
An .."rai'ive feature of 'he wedding
were the two little flower girls, nieces of
the bride, who walked in Iron' of her
and s< atter<?d ii.se leaves in bet path as
? l.e approai bed ! he pla'.fotu. She ?a>
ggl rtod by has father and wore a
beautiful nova of white cenriaeuM
trimmed with rose point and shadOV
la' e He; veil, which was of tulle,
fei: to the hen, of her train fr>>in a I ap
of la'.e and tulle and she parried el
bo . inet of lilies Of the valley and White
I da The n.aid of honor. Miss I
Jaoobi. wore a gown of rose Satin and ,
< arried pink roses.
The b'id?sn.aids all wore becoming j
. gowns of pale pink satin draped In pink
i hifton looped, up wrh bunches al
t reni h flowers They am fled huge
bouquets of pink sweet pea* and wore i
pink tube hows in their hair. Oeneral
dancing and a supper followed tin
ceremony, af'er SThiCh Mr *nd Mrs
Thalhlmer left Washington for a four
? hi ''igh 'he Sjouth.
Hi Mrs. Ooldsmith mother of the bride.
i wore a gown of white brocaded velvet, r
trimmed with rhinesfone embroidery
i black tuile and touches of rose color. ,
Among the out-of-town guests were;
Mr. and Mr* Isaac Tbalhin.er. par?
ents of the bridegroom ; Miss Ruth
Thalhimer. Mr and Mrs Moses Thai
himer. Miss Irma Thalhin.er. Charles
Thalhhaer David Ma -. Irving' May.
Miss Sylvia May. Miss Lina Blum
(Mr. and Mrs Alvin Hutzler Mr and
i Mrc Clarenre Millheisei. Mose Rose,
Percy BnahIO, Dr o Paul La Roane,
W S.ott Hunt, and Mr and Mrs. .
Henry Straus. Of Richmond Mr and
Mr* Nathan Klee and Dr. and Mrs
Jacobs, of Chi.ago. Mr and Mrs.'
Sylvan Livingston, of Tamaqua. Pa
Mr and Mrs Alfred Koch, ..f Phila-;
delphia. Pa. . Mr and Mrs. Abe Cohn
'and Miss Louise Cohn, of Pittsburgh.
Pg Mr and Mrs EBiS A OlatbOl. Itoy
1 Livingston, and Mr- Leonard Wei!!, of |
Philadelphia. Miss Hettie Abraham, of >
Doylestown. Pa.. Mr? My er Singer.'
, Mrs. D. H. Cohn Morris Barnet. ]
Mannte Me'zger Miss Addle PrhSOO.
I Mr. and Mrs Samuel Wetngart. and :
Bernard Weingarr. of N'ew York Mil
Beekie Lansburgh Miss Kdith Lans- ?
i burgh. Mr and Mrs llsrn.an Adler. 1
Mr. and Mrs Sydney Lani-burgh. N'el-1
son Berliner. Joseph Berk. Mr and Mrs.]
Dan crone. Mr and Mrs Ben Frank,1
j l?awrenre C.reenahuani. Miss Mildred
[Oet linger, and Mr and Mrs Uonard |
; Weinberg, of Baltimore. Mis* l|erruione:
Bennett and Ssm Weiler, of Norfolk, j
. and Miss Mildred Bone, of Seattle.!
The Austin Tai Daily Sla'esman
gives a very bnllian* a'-couT of the re?
ception at the Oovernor s Mansion inj
that i ity on the night of January JS. i
and also of the inaugural bai'. whi< h
took place the following evening.
Among those a'"ending these events
'were Misses Phoebe and Lucille Cul- j
lingworth. of Richmond One of the1
most attractive functions given in :
: honor >.f the Misses cuiltngworfh dur- '
in* their stay in Aucin was a beauti
i fully appointed luncheon at whn h the.
wife of the Governor. Mrs. O. B.
coiquitt. was beeosss
Entertained In Suffolk.
Mrs. .lohn Franklin Pinner er.'rr
tained at < ards On Tuesday afternoon
I ha> new bungalow on College Oenfl
Suffolk Those present were Mst-i
dames C. J Riddiok. F v. Whaley.
? M c. vuiniby. Is. P Ran, T. A I
MerrasOtt, Robert NorfWt. G L.
Hume. K ... Kiddi. k. W. F Hirec.
<? Is. Berton. <\ F McKav. lohn
Holliday ?? T. Withers. S F. Kverett.
Misses Mary Judith Smith Julia
de Lachicotte. \ irginia Jordan. Frances
Ftheridge. t.ucv Kimball. .<". V. t'a
( ...>n Mrs H M. I rq.iliart.
Tea was served at small table* im?
mediately following I he game
A quiet but pretty marriage wae
I < ?'.???rated Thursday evening a' the
; home or Mr and Mrs Morgan R Mills.
I Jefferson Park, in this city, when their|
, daugh'er U<iri Orey. became the;
Pride ..f I?r Herman G Tarter
Dt I ' Wlcger. pas'or of I *? g h
Str?e' Itxn'is' church was the offi
< la'ing ministe-, and Mrs Oeorge i
Ruskell. having .harge ?.f the music,
r. r.dered I he Wedding Mar.h. snd also
plaved softly during the ceremony
The house was decorated in a roSOTj
scheme of white snd green, being oar- i
ried out with palms, ferns, potted
' plants and flowers
In . i'a'1-.r.s were no' issued and the
'eremonv was witnessed by only thoj
i-..mediele relatives of the bride and
The bride, who is among the meat
popular of the younger set of the corn
Imumtv wore a handsome going-awey
gown of Alice blue eloth with hat and
Cloves to match and r arried a bouquet
of lihe? of the railsv
The groom who h? o eon of Dr.
I Tert?r. a promlnen* phys* inn of
Wvthevllle was f-.r several \ ears con?
nected with the Board of Health here,
and is widely known
tfhSf a week aper.t wiih the groom's
lela'.ivee in Wvthevllle. Dr. snd Mrs
I Tarter will tour the North and West.
returning after February JO to their
home at f'hllhowie, where the groom
lie* en extensive practice
At the Woman'* Chih.
When you have hearrr Dr. J c.
Met calf onee you want to hear him
again ,is what Mini Jane SintBorfoed
?aid laat night in her presentation of
the speaker to the members or the
Woman's Club, and. indeed, hin l?-<
tures there this winter have been events
of unusual Interest and hrilllatc l it
seems to be the strength of his words,
his subtle and pervading BUSnor gad
a host of other eherms that so deligh*
Dr. Metcalf's audiences whatever it
is. be molds all minds that he teaehW
into the trend of his own thought and
lie talked to the club last evening
about "Shelley, the Man and 1 heon-t
Mud Hhelley ? the child Shelley 'hut
beautiful and ineffectual angel whet
ever title you will. Dr Meiealf said
that one could not let him alone. lie
has aaaa dead almost Pit) years und is
almost as far removed from this prae
tical world of ours as It is possible foi
? man to be end yet there is no life that ,
has not at some time felt, the impulse,
of idealism that Shelley stood for. He '
belongs to those men that perennially ?
keep their youth Born into a time al
revolution when all Kurope was in a
turmoil, he must have imbibed all that
turnul' iti his blood and he pre-eminen'
ly lacked restraint.
In ati aliuos' once upon a time
fashion the speaker narra'i ?! tl <
miliar story of Shelley s life and sin
rounding-, all about his friendships
'he stuking incidents of his college
years?those unpractical Oxford days
what his beautiful mother looked like
and the things tns father thought
ail sketched briefly and touched here
and there with intimate personal
thoughts of Dr Mescalf. He spoke
aat primarily of the poet, but of the.
man and some of his theories ?this '
golden-haired boy, this dreamer of
What most impresses a reader of j
Shelley is his passionate love of bea ity '
arid truth.* lie passionately loved .
liberty^ la the abstract, of oourss
since ? r.. r is nothing con' rete about'
Sh'lley. and bated intolerance. He
was like a 'laid in bis feelings, and
whatever wm. bad was very bad and
horrid there seemed no middle ground.
By his athel?m he simply meant the
supersti'ioii and mistakes of religion,
and the weaknesses of the structured
whole tie was just a creator*? of
Winds and dieams. ami there was;
not hing tangible about him. His poet rv
was all misty with rainbow tints and
hazy In its delicate tracery ot thought
and purpose, lie seated poceeesed
with a desire to free the world .< ? d b I
"Declaration of Rights" is a mos'
remarkable piece of literature. rOSOni
biuig m many points the Declaration
of li.dcpendei.ee. wntteti b:? Jeflei -on
Considerable of a philant hropisl. one
finds him giving large gUBSS ?<? the poor,
visi'ing th?* sick and paying the debt*
of impecunious friends Another
point was his 11II Will IrtllllliQS
I >: Mescalf con< lu'led bis !*? t ure wit h
a story of h's Prometheus L'abouno
wuli all its panoiama of gorgeous und
golden dream*, arid a leading from the
Deilara'ion of High's He asked that
'?tie think of 'his man ? this ethereal
beauty-loving soul-?as a piophet ol a
new social order
Dr. John Dunn then gave Whnl be
termed another American touch to the
life of the man Shells.- in explaining
very delightfully. William Edward
West's portrait of Bbelley. which is his
property and was loaned to the club
for this occasion He gave a short his- \
tory of the piefute. which, by the way, j
has nev-r been printed, painted by this
Kentuckinn a' 'he time that he was.
executing a por'.rai' of Lord Byron
In and Out of Tnwn.
Mrs. F. C. Meachain left yesteiday
"Horning for her home In New York, j
after a visit of several weeks here.
Miss Marv Kain. who has been at?
tending a house party in Philadelphia,
has returned to her home in Richmond.
I Arthur Glasgow left this week for
i New York, where he will spend some
time before sailing for Kng.snd
Warfle'd H Baylev. of Lyuchburg. !
has been spending the past two days!
with Y E Booker, of .n South First I
Street, in this < Ity.
Mis? Josephine Newton, of New
Haven. Conn . is the gues: of Mrs. j
Clifford R t'aperton at Westharr.pton. j
Jacob Edge has returned to Ins home I
in East Downingtown, Pa . after a short I
stay in this city.
Miss Alston Drake expects to leave -
next Wednesday for Danville, where I
she will visit bet sister, Mrs. James
Miss Elizabeth Wiilard has lolmissd
to Richmond, after spending two'
weeks in Farifax.
Mis? Anna Griffith, of Louisa, is the
guest of her cousin. Miss Beveridge. '
and her sister. Mrs. Frank Boxley. in]
M.sses Hannah and Anne Keith
will come to Richmond next week
] to visit Judge James Keith on Cathedral
Miss Jane* Bibb, who has hern visit?
ing the daughters of Attorney-General
Williams here has. returned la Louisa
C.eorge Powell has gone 'o Etna Mills,
where he expects to make hjs home in I
Miss Ma-garet Lee. at lows,-.;.
Md . is visiting Miss Lillian Watt son I
here before going to Lexington.
Hugh Merrer has returned to the i
ri'v. after spending several days with
relatives in Williamsburg.
Mis* Pearl Carter Talley Of Rich?
mond, is visiting friends in Newport i
I News for several weeks.
Miss Elizabeth Preston is the guest
of the Misses Patfon at their home
! in Dexington.
J Rev S Roger Taylor of this city. |
has been visiting Mrs T. C. Dar?? at her '
home in Newport Newa.
Mrs. T. B. Gills has returned to
Bowling Itreen. after spending a few
days in this citv
M;*s Etta raiiaferro is the guest of
General F. W Nichols a' the \ trg : ia
j Military Institute.
Mrs John W Roswelt. of Dar- -
: is the guest ?.f friends here before going
to New York.
Mr end Mrs w H Owen who hare,
i i-een in this city for a few Jays, have
re'irned to Frederickshurg
Mis* Nell ? arnngton ha? -r-u--?.' f..
Lexington after visiting in Richmond
? . i orneha J Hughes of this . r,
is the guest of relative? m Hous'on
for some time
Mr and Mrs l?ee SS Brauer who
have been spending some time at
Phoenix. ?irlror.a have returned to
the .it-, f.-* a short vent to Mr and
Mrs W H Rrs'ier Thev Will go semi
to Phoenix in about ten days Mr
Brauer made 'be trip for hie health and I
Is greatly Improved
An Appreaeblng Weeding.
Harrisojihiirg. Va . January 21.?
Beemoor Paul of Harrtaonhorg who
to doing editor... work on the Canal
root he- -es? \' las l.omsri of a we'IS nowri
Vir Inas family Mr Baal t* a son of
Mrs Km**- s Psul and a ft,, h<r ..f
State Ben*tor John Paul, of Harrison
Lightness and Flavor
Noticed in the finest biscuit, rolls, cake,
etc., is due to the absolute purity and
the accurate combination of the ingre?
dients of the Royal Baking Powt^r.
The best things in cookery are always
made and can be most readily made
with the Royal Baking Powtxj-l Hence
its use is demanded in the most cele?
brated restaurants, in the homes of the
people, wherever delicious, wholesome
food is appreciated. Its sale and use
extend to every civilized country in
Cream of Tartar
NO LIME PHOSPHATES
PREMIER IS V ICTOR
IN SERIES OF DUELS
President of Chamber of Depu
ties Forced to Fight for
B\ La MAKQIIst. |>E EoNTENOi.
IMAGINE ?'hamp Clark, the present
Speal-.ei ot <origress. or bis nrcdIOOOl
?or. the Hon .1??- l annun stripped
'tie wai?' ha. king ,nray with a >a''
airy sabre at. a political adversary Its
similar deshabille, surrounded lav a
r.ng of memb?r? of the upper and I h?
lower house of the national legislature,
as well an by seconds, surgeons, an
bulam ?? bearer-, and ail- the othei
appurtenances of a serious sanguinary
duel at Washington. I> C
It is in this guise that Coun' Stephen
TbnBe, former Hungauan Premier. and
now Speane: and President of the.
rhamber of Deputies at Budapes'
has been figuring there in a whole
we-.es of duels, from all of which he
; has emerged the victor, although his1
adversaries were aM*J abou' half his;
age. and he himself was further handi
< apped by a lameness whi. h cause* .
him to limp, and by a shortness of
sight that . ompels him to wear big
'horn-rimmed spectat les. suggestive of'
[the Oriental pundi' and Chinese
: sage, and whii h Woodrow Wilson s
I Inventor George Harvey, has set the
I fashion in this country, giving theni
! Ins name
The dueis of Count Ttona originated
with his rulings as Speaker. The;
Magyar legislature is with 'he ex> ep
tionof the Ottoman Hons" of Represen?
tatives at Constantinople, the most
turbulent parliament in the Old World
i To such an extent did this turbulence
go last vear as to render legislation
I impossible. Count Tisza. who is
pc-haps the ablest statesman in Hun
: gary. was elected to the office of'
[President for the purpose of put'ing a
stop to the methods of violence and
[disorder which were rendering the
Hungarian Parliament an object of.
' reproach both a' home and abroad
' The count fulfilled the task for which
: 1." had been sele. ted. and ht? rulings
I while fair, have been characterized by'
firmness and vigor In fa.' he has
'shown no toleration for disturbance.
Every attempt has been made to
'In'imidate him. but without avail,
land when a legislator, beside himself
[with passion at the atftct rultngs of the
? Speaker, discharged his revolver a*
him during one of the sessions, the
bullets narrowly missing their ma:i.
j and the man was tried for attempted
murder, he was .c-putted by the jur>
urfid his a-'t was publicly, no' only
defended but event I omo-ended
leading n.-mbers of the opposition it:
1^1'!^!^^. some of them sta'esmen
who bad formerly held office a? Cabinet
When 'ha' failed to move Count
I Tissa, his political adversaries at
1 tempted a different manoeuvre, with the ;
object of rendering his position as
Speaker untenable They invoked the,
I aid of those of their number s-h.o belong
?o the principal dub at Pesth which, i
1 bearing the name of the National
Casino is practically restricted tO 'he
I old aris'ocracy. and as such is the most
powerful factor in the so. lal life of
the Hungarian capital The anti-Tisza
1 members thereof were persuaded to
ins'i'ufe a sort of boycott against him.
ai d ??> ref use to respond to his greet ing.
or to shake hands with him.
N'ow nil over the Continent, with the
ex.eptlon of Switzerland, "here is
among men of birth and breeding hir ,
'one response to a dehbera*.- insult of
this kind, that is to say a challenge
?o flgh? a duel, preceded by a blow in
'he fa> e. or without any further pre?
liminaries lor a man t?? refraii fron,
th i? demanding satisfaction, is to com
'mit a grave infraction of the laws of
i ? ?? and to endemn himself to ai
ostracism necessitating his withdrawal
front all his club* bis ei"r?.|. ? ,.? .,"
his offices and his expulsion from eve.
form of so- ml life
A r-ordingly when Count Tie/a one
evening, entering the smoking room of
f he ' lub found Count Mi. hael Ka ?
Coun' Aladar Ssec heny. ar,d "he Ma'
grave Pallavicmi in conversation with
One another and celled out to them a
?re. ? i ......I evening Im.: Ii pe ?
rn im a- : - henyt acknowledged his
salutation, but Karolvi ref-ain?d fron
d ? ? g - tr.n'ead he rose from his
?eat ant turned has hock deliberately
on Ttsza The latter immertiat r: v
strode ur> lo him and using i he familiar
pronoun of thou ' exclaimed Mtchac1
I ?a:d pood evening to you .lust now and
am anlonl?hed not ?o recsirr any'at
replied ' After what has taken pi-.. ?
It is surely superfluous that we should
; ss*l? eny lime in chatting with one
? ? W.'liin half an hi'i- I i-..
con ?)rd a challenge c.
Keroivl On the following day an
? k placa between the two
,. .,r, ..' the prir-ipsl f*Q. mg <e hools
of the city There were no tame 'hen
thtr'v t-so rounds, during the
of which Ttaaa took th* ofTennivr
throughout repewiedly wounding Kami*
.. .?!?? ?? ooeri hm he^d nr..' stash ng
him itteiii 'be arm and body. until
he was p'a ed ??nn plefely hoes de cot.
hot On I he following Ssv Ttaaa ee
c-eived a Ibtler fron, r our. i A Idar a
S/echenyi. einre-ning h?s regret at I
hsv.og res ponded so hie .Tunte t |
greeting; two evein'ig?. baton and
stating that he had done so inudvc-rt
ently Another duel followed within
twenty* tour hour*, and here again,
after a *? tenuous eaooaatoi Tleaa
nlBOOd in* adversary, hi* junior by
more than twenty year*, completely
hon? lie oenabnt
A Murd duel was BBOUt tO 'ako pla< e.
and ? tiere were prospec's ot others fol?
lowing u tbe parseaing hoard of
the Gut? got together and. severely
ronrtoaanlns, ihe practice >f In trod uc
Sloan's Liniment is an antiseptic
remedy for lnliammatory diseases
of the throat and chest. For
sore throat, croup and asthma it
gives quick relief.
is also good for cough or cold.
A. ?"line, of Wnldn. Ohio, writes: ? ?? I
had .1 ?erere tore throat and tor four days
could not SWallOW, ?? Ml lar?t had
? welled very much. I used four droj,? of
Uahaeal ee reeae* of ?ne?r and let it
?Ii'"- re "ii riir tongue, and in eight hours
I was completely cured."
*t aii Sanaa rn? it* . i?c. * ti
Dr. Earl S. Sloan ? Boston. Mass.
Of ''guaranteed freshness''
ret irom our greenhouses.
: no more. Phone for
\it?!niu'- !.,n5r-i K!ori-t
We Will Move
ABOl'T i-'KBRt.ARY L
Larger quarters and n*w location.
805 E. Main Street
SMITH & WEBSTER,
Jewelers. KIZ r'.asl Main ??recf
Same Oualitr Fverr Day.
ff, UT1 Kl CR KAM.
107 E. BROAD STREET
MILLINERY Women's and
Misers' Outer Apparel.
20 Per Cenf to M Per Cent Off
Jones Bros. & Co., Inc.
14IK-I42? E. Main Street.
See Our UM Pattern? of (,<m;ARTS
and < \RR| \(,ES.
Rothert & Co.
Fourth and Brosd
Us? Pratt s Attraal Ot> for
N. Kline & Son, Inc.
620 East Broad.
j ins more political quarrels int? so? iai
'life, declared thai Count Tisza had
gallantly safeguarded hm BOB0I
he wan relieved In the eye* af tiM ? lUb
: fioni the ethiea! necessity of fighting
i any one eine who declined to rw
! 'o his greeting, and that consequently
any mem her of the club who under
tie ? ircumstunce* render.il hin,., if
guilty of a piece of discourtesy ? .< ihis
Kind 'owurds Tissa would subject him
?e|r to being severely dis. Ipilned by
? he oiab
That put an end to the Boycotting
Movement against Tisxa. whose plmk.
\igoi aad skill with his sabre caused a
revulsion of public sentiment In Ins
I iaikl foiigh? several successful duel*
I about ten years ago, one notably with
Stephen Rako vasty la is** Baron
HutirTy the then premier, fought a
duel with one of the parliamentary
leaders Ferdinand Iloranajty. who ha<l
? ailed Mat a liar. In 1SS7 Count ( as
irrnr Hadeni. while Premier, had h duel
<? '' ti Deputy Wolff and was wounded,
hut not dangerously, by a pistol shot.
Web arts i when luime Minister of the
.coalition Cabinet, fought a duel with'
sabres with OeSB I'olonyi. and lieneral
Baron Fejervarv. one of the bravest !
veterans of hi:,pet .r I rani is 'oseph'a
army, and one ,,f lbs only surviving
half-a-dozen Knights of the Order of,
Maria Theresa, was obliged to tight a
number of duels at I'esth. both when
Minister of War and when Premier
In each of Mie?e encounters, despite |
his advanced age be va- ? oSssidSI Shl>
over seventy at the time he worsted 1
hi- adversary, on one aai aaioa wound
ing him so dangerously that the man I
life was despaired of for a tiSBS
The other day. on the election of,
Wh* Ii come from this -tore are rec<
.irii' les of quality and s<kkI taste.
VYc arc read) to make helpful SS
S( ll\\ \R/.s< Hll.l) BROS..
Kuhmond's I ending .lewelers.
Second and Broad Sts.
I:.i ,"?( c,I,,, -,, i i... presidency
of the trench republic, the veryfB|
thing 'dai tie did wax to send s el
leuge I,, flgh' a duel to cx-Preej
? lernen eeu Fortunately, friends
? i and an encounter hetl
tiie-e two eon one white-haired, it
other extremely gray, was avertee).
' ' i . .,. ,., Hungary and
? .< 'ontinenf. duel?
ing is ?in >i forbidden under the snags!
drastic penal'i?s by the law af
land, and needless to say. also by tsTfl
laws of the various , hor.hes. All
taoos laws, e, , leslastical as well as
temporal, are however of no avail II?
the fa..- of 'he unwritten ami far more
imperative laws of the social coO*),T9_H
how is it possible to expect people SSfM
to glvi ? be e to >he iai 'er, when
flnil the grea esl authorities of
the state ? lios.- intrusted with the
execution of ? he hi". > such a- Premiers.
S;.e.?kc?. .-'.-is and even
Presidents of repuoins selling; aSt
example ,?! disregard, which is approved
i,. loyal';, since monan hs always de?
prive officers iiiili'aiv and ctvtl, of
their commissions it they refuse to
right, no: be he Brentwood
Odds and Ends From the Wire
IM TS ?>(?,IHX> VA ME ON FINGER
Ulrl Surs Railroad < laimiiig Musical
< areer K Marred.
Philadelphia. Pa . lanuaiy .1 1 h
Pennsylvania Railroad Company, fco
Helen K'one, Dr . for one flngei -
That is the bill Miss Stone eighteen
years old and a promising mu-icisn of
Riverside N I will endeavor 10
collect with the aid of a jurv in the
New .tersey fours She is the daugh
ter of Henry Stone, who brings ilie
Silt in her behalf Miss St.me was
tiding on u train on November \2 lust
As she was about to aligh' a: Palmyi.c
the door of the ear slummed by the
wind, caught her hand and so badl\ .
crushed one finger that it hud to big
removed Miss Stone claims ?ha' 'he
loss of the digit mars her career as a
pianist and prevents her pursuance of.
a commercial uOMtna she had begun.
BRINKS POISON * I SON'S HIER
Melancholy Mother-* A. t W ill Make
P?bis Euneral Tudliy.
New Yoik. January "I -As funeral
services for her son Herbert were
about, to begin in her Brooklyn home
Mr*. Mary .lohti?toii drank poison
She died an hour later ill a hospital
The youth* funeral was postponed,
and to-day there was a double service
for mother and son Melancholia !
brought on by the ho-, * death ptomp'e I
Mrs .lohnston * act.
FINDS CAT SWORD-SWAI.I OM ER
Veterinarian Remotes Seven-luih Pin
Eroin Sick Tabby.
North Adams. Mass.. January 31 ?!
While the Massachusetts State Legis?
lature is framing laws to do away with
dangerous hatpins, a fine Ang.ua
cat owned by lane Warden Nichols,
of this city, has started putting them
out of the reach of human being*
Sunday night the cat was tieaid to
sneeze and tough. lor two hour? she
did much damage tearing around
the hou#e. Later she settled down,
would eat nothing and wa? apparently
Dr Zimmerman a veterinarian
was . ailed to-day. dec ided to operate. 1
etherised the cat and from an incision I
in the MOk diew forth a seven-inch
hatpin which had been swallowed
headflr*t The . a' 1* now recovering
LAD OF FIVE SAVES BABV.
Ei illusion and Fire Fail to Confuse
Bethlehem Pa . January 31 ?Herbert [
Boyd. a five-year old lad. entered the]
hero ranks when he saved his sixteen- ;
months-old brother from being burned;
to death on the Overbrook farm, near
Laury Herbert and his baby brother
were asleep in an upstairs room, when
an oil lamp on a bureau exploded and
The courageous ia.l grabbed his mite
of a brother and dragged bim into a
place of safety then awakened his,
father, who managed to save the house,
WEDS DESPITE M FEE'S KICK.
York ? ountian Keeps Enough of His
Head to Re Bridegroom.
York. Pa January 31- Such a small
matter as having his head kicked a!
most off by a horse on the eve of his
wedding was not permitted bv Thorn.
Lawrence, a York countian. living neat
Hanover. 10 interfcrf with the cere-j
I he prospective bridegroom, as soon
as he recovered consciousness, hurried
to a physician to have his wounds,
dreeeeSj, then to a dentist to have his
teeth repaired. He was at the altar 111 ,
Conewago chapel at So clock next morn?
ing his fa. e swathed in bandages. In I
claim his bride. Miss Alverta Todd.
RATTER SEVEN-DOOR DEN.
smuggled Chinese Girls Found Through
San Krancisco. January 31 -Seven
barred doors and a secret en'ran. e
through a four-foo* wall of masonry fell
before the bartering rams of govern?
ment immigration inspectors who loot
three Chinese girl? from a den in under
The girls had been smuggled ashore .
from a steamer by a tong leader. The
jealous-- of rival tong members, who
wat. h-.l the search from a safe dis
tan.-e. led to the finding of 'he girls,
who ?Ii! be deported
MtR-.ll til PIWS FIRST GOLF.
\ Irr-Presldent Makes Rrrord Srore
of Links as Not Ire.
Phoenix. Anz . January 31 \ 1 ?
President Elect Thomas n Ma--f ..
yesterday played hi* Are' game of golf
His card fot the eighteen h< '? -
tt.gelside links Was the best ever
turned in bv a beginner on thi?
Mr and Mrs Marshall ate gues'? ..?
the home of Mrs. Marshall * parrnts at
Scotts vale near here
TIN < ANS FOII M ??;.
Rattle as Morn Tribesman tdvaSMO ?".
Washington January ti 1 > . ?inkle
of tin cans, which had been hung ea
a* rips to barbed wire er. .
around 'he nigh' ? ?r g ot .. ha . I 1
of Ir.sops it, the Phlllppil -
prev. nled a massacre of the \ ? ,.
by More tribesmen and rwswited ? -he
complete rout of the natives aoi ?rdtng
Th* scheme was the idea at the,
\ n.ert.-en com man de- Sect ri- s had
Amenenn soldt?r? n ? .mm f . . heck the
RAN I PON UFT* 0% PRATER.
Wesleyaa Senior ? 1 pelted f er G sta?
bil as on Tlfee of Inc ?ratio*
Middletow ..... lenue .
Sp. rlivri re hre.t ?tuden'S at W ee
leyan Onlversi' will i.- teaftor he 1 mo
pel led to find s..t ? e.ther diversion dur?
ing chap la period tbeu beVUag on thai
? ' a-? ??; 'ii leader s prayer Thta
they learned as a r SOU II or tho egput
sion ?>; .1 prominent senior on tho cbnrsa*
?>r hr iomioomiq in Oha pol
Morning i iiupet is held at WneloyOA
ea, h week, und a favorite diversion
has been to lay -mal! ''agcrs on tho
. h of the ?it.-' whi. h would be
-pen- ii, prayer during the aervlcO.
The custom was brought to the Ot>
tentiun ot the university authorities n
few .lays ago. when tho expelled stu?
dent audit' conitnented during the
service ? ?!? 'he ?xtteme length of the
prayei then being made by one of the
most venerable mete bets of the faculty.
A Clean-up Sale of
Sites 2 in f> years, in white or
colored; several styles and ma
terials; ,in\ thai sold heretofore
for fe.oo will be $2.98.
The 17.98 odes for $3.98.
The i6 u> and $9.96 ones will
Sanitary Meat Market.
8West Broad Street 8
Pork Hams, fresh, corn?
ed or smoked.17c
Fresh or Corned Pork
Smoked Shoulders .. . 14c
Beef l iver.10c
Hot?s' Brains .12 l-2c
Ham herder Steak .... 10c
Tray Sausage. 10c
Best Lard Compound . He
Best Creamery Butter 38c
Best Renovated Butter 32c
Best Butterine . 20c-25c
Boiled Ham . 30c
Breakfast Bacon, sliced 23c
The House of Fasbioo
Bernard Frances & Co.
Broad and Fifth St*.