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PETERSoURG
MMRTUAING PUNT
IS DAMAGED BY FIHE
Semird Luggage Company Suffers
Severe Ix>ss in Early Morn
ing Blaze.
ADJACENT PROPERTY SAYED
Partial Insurance Carried on Stock
and Machinery?.Tames E. Whlte
hone Dies Suddenly?McCandlish
? .Lipscomb Wedding Celebrated.
PETKRSBL'RG, VA? November SC.-?A
destructive lire occurred this morning'
on Grove Avenue, resulting In the j
partial destruction of tho IV G. Seward ]
Luggage Company's plant. Tho co'm
pa,ny Is a comparatively new concern
engaged in the manufacture of travol
lng bags, valises, etc., of the bent
quality. The manufacturing was done
Jn a brick building fronting on Grove
Avenue, originally known as Graco
ijpl??Copal Church, the machinery being
all now and modern. In the rear of
this building were two large frame
structures, used mainly for storage
purposes, and In which were stored a
large stock of finished goods and a
quantity of raw material. The brick
building was not seriously damaged,
but the machinery and goods in it were
ruined by water and smoke. The tiro
5a- supposed to have caught from
sparks from a shifting engine passing
in the rear, as the roof of one of the
sheds was first seen ablaze. The frame
structures and their contents were en
tirely destroyed, but little of the manu
J'acturod goods being saved. The build
ings were all owned by M. M. Booth,
who had an Insurance of only $2,000
ou them. In tlie rear part of the lot
wore some small frame' buildings be-.
longing to Mr. Booth, In which was
stored some machinery formerly used
in a hat manufactory. On this mn
ohlnery there was no insurance. An
automobile, owned by W. F. Llmburgcr,
was also burned. Tho Seward Lug
gago Company has the following- In
flurance on their property; On stock,
J35.000; on machinery, fC.,000; miscel
laneous, 92,000. Tho Tiro was very
threatening at one time, but the do
. partmcnt got It under control, and
sifVed adjacent property from damage.
Sudden lleatb of Cittern.
j-lamcs E. Whltehone, an honored '
citizen, and until his recent retirement,
foj- many years engaged In the retail
dry goods business, died very sud
denly this morning about 5- o'clock' at
his residence on Liberty Street. Ho
?was out yesterday In his usual health.
Mr. Whltehone was seventy-four years
old, and was one of Petersburg's best
known and rnosi respected cltizons. Me
was a galh.nt Confederate soldier, serv
ing throughout tho war In the Twelfth
Virginia Regiment, Mahone's Brigade.
He was wounded In the famous chargo
at the Crater. Ho was a member and
past commander of A. P. Hill Camp,
and an active member of the First
Baptist Church. Ilu Is survived by
his wife and three children, Miss Xelllo
\VV, of this city, and Edward and .lames
S. Whltehone, of Panama. The. funeral
will take place at 3;30 to-morrow
afternoon from the First Baptist
Church.
V.
llenlh In Httrlck.
Mrs. Sarah T. Brockwoll. a widow,
aded seventy-live years, died at her
home in Ettr^ck last'evening after an
Illness of several weeks. She is sur
vived by one step-daughter, Mrs. llusa
Oh V. Brltton. Tho funeral took place
tlfls evening from Eftrlck Baptist
C&urch.
Unlet Evening Mnrrlngc.
^his evening at C. o'clock, at tlm
rosidcncc of tho tarltle's parents on
N$rth Murkct Street, Mies Emily Xor
man Lipscomb, daughter of the ltov.
and Mrs. 1J. F. Lipscomb, was married
to' Walter Taliaferro MeCuiulllah, of
this city. The ceremony was per
formed by the father of the bride, and
the wedding whs quiet, only Immedi
ate relatives and friends being pres
ent, Miss Helen Lipscomb, sister of
tire bride, attended as maid of honor,
aft'd J. Gray McCniulllsh. brother of
the bridegroom, was best man.
Ttiunknglvtiift Otiaerviinec.
Jilany merchants will close their
places of business nil day to-morrow,
JtC. observance of Thanksgiving Day,
/ and ail will close at 1 o'clock. The
post-ofllce will remain open for tho
odhvenlencc of the public until 11
o'clock. All public buildings and In
dustrial plants will close down, and tho
rlay will be a holiday. Hundreds of
popple will go to Richmond to witness
tlie Virginla*tearoll?n football game,
itrtd other IrtlndteTls \\ill no hunting or
visiting elscwhurer
Tho public Bchools cloccd this even
ing' until Monday, and most of tho
teachers will attend the meeting of the
educational association In Richmond.
lAll the religious denominations will
hold Thanksgiving services in their re
spective churches, an?l In all respects
the day will be generally observed.
" James Itlver l-'iinn Sold.
'M. F. Van Felt has sold his farm,
"llvcrgreon," on James Illvpr, in Prince
George County, containing 280 acres,
toIJohn K. Dvorak, of tho same county,
for $ 12,000.
(?cuerul \ pun \<itoj.
Miss Evelyn Mao Williams, daughter
of-Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Williams, and O.
Leonard Mayes, a well-known young
business man, left for Washington on
an early train this morning, where
they were married
Lewis Youns?blood. for y0arH tj10 jr,_
tcrpal revenue division deputy In the
department here, will be retired from
office on the, 1st of December, and
will be succeeded by W. 11. Lune. llo
nldes the city of Petersburg, there aro
eight counties in the division.
The new war revenue tax stamps
hare been received at the Internal rev
enue ofllcc in tills city, and aro ready
for distribution.
Miss Fannie- Constable entertained
her. Sunday school class ul her homo
on Jefferson Street last evening, and
gave the young folk a Joyous time.
The little, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. F
Wawner. who is under expert treat
ment In Washington for an afllictlon of
the knee, and who was operated on
there, is no much Improved that he will
soon be brouubt back home
"\e?i lll^li School Medicaid].
FK KD i-J 1:1CKSFit*KG, \ A , November
?The it. J: 1. J11?11 .-vhool. recent
ly erected at Spot ylv una Courthouse,
\vjri dedicated h?st iiiy't.-t with appro
priate exercise.-. ,\ very large (rowd
wits present, and ait-r .! musical pro
gram by Mcs.?ri Solan. S'tni'h. houls
and Aubin Wooditu-. -.f th!. city, ad
cirfcsses were made by i'rofe-sor A. i:.
Cliftndler. Jr., of the Fredericksburg
State Normal .School, and by Unite 1
States Senator Claude A. Swanson,
which were listened to with j-'reat In
terest. An oyster supper was aiso
served, from which a large fium was
realised for the benefit of tit" school
fund. In a voting ountest a to/i-pound
cake was offered f.-r the girl receiv
ing'the largest number 'or votes, arid
was won by Miss Kiln a '.".-truer, ..f
Spotsylvania. _ ? ...
sOUTH RICHMOND
THANKSGIVING SERVICE
TO fit HELD ON SUNDAY
Rev.. John J. Wicker Will Address
?Junior Order United Ameri
can Mechanics.
| ALLEGED PICKPOCKET CAUGHT
Solect Council, Daughters of Liberty,
to Hold Entertainment To-Morrow
Night?Rev. P. W. Long to Speak.
Officer Traylor Moves.
I There will bo a Thanksgiving enter
| talnment given by Select Council,
; Daughters of Liberty, to-morrow night
I-at S o'clock In the lodge hall, Eleventh
i and Hull Streets. ReV, 1?\ W. Long,
| pastor of Cowardln Avenue Christian
Church, will make an address on
"Thanksgiving." uud an Interesting
program will be rendered.
.Yllepcd Pickpocket Arretted.
Charles Thomas, colored, was arrested
by Ofllcer A. T. Traylor yesterday on
the chargo of having stolen a pocket
book from a woman on a Petersburg
car. Tho nogro snatched the handbag
and Jumped from the car at tho next
station. It is chargcd.
Ofllcer Trnylor Movei.
Oflicer A. T. Traylor, of Chesterfield
County, movqd yesterday from his resi
dence In Oak Orovo to Stop .5 on tho
Petersburg Turnplko. It la expected
that Ofllcer Trnylor will be made chief
of police by Judgo Robert G. Soutliall
on December 1.
? To Hold Uuton Serrltes.
All nioinbers of the Junior Order,
United American Mechanics, will hold
a Thanksgiving sorvlco on Sunday af
ternoon at 3:30 o'clock hi Balnbrldgo
Street Baptist Church. Rev. John J.
Wicker will preach, and a apoclal pro
gram of music has been arranged.
Xoirro Get* Six Mouths.
William Johnutone, colorod, allae
William Ooode, was sentenced to six
months on tho roads by Judgo Krnest
1-1. Well6 yesterday morning in Hust
ings Court, Part II., on the chargo of
feloniously cutting Laura Oroy, colored.
AMUSEMENTS
Academy?ParlonH, matinee and
night.
Colonial?Grayw Scott .Compauy In
"The College Widow/' matluee and
night.
Kmplre?t.ncillc l.n Verne Compauy
tu *'Anu lioyil," mntlnee nnd night.
Lyrle?Popular vuudnllle, matinee
.mil night.
IIIJou?"The Gay WIiIott*'' bnrlesque,
matinee and night.
j I'avlonn Here To-Dny.
Almost everything that can bo said
I In advanco of tho performances to be
given ? by the great Russian dancer,
Anna Pavlowa, at tho Academy ol' Mu
sic this afternoon and to-night, has
been said, and In another column will
i bo found an extremely Interesting ac
count of Mile. Pavlowa's activities in
another direction.
Therefore, there romaino only tho
' Immediate and wolcomo prospect of
I scolng tho foremost living danccr, and
her splendid company.
Lyrte'a New Hill To-Day.
Two acts on the new l?lll, which
comes Into the Lyric. Theatre for the
latter half of the week, beginning
with tho matinee performance to-day.
will compete, for bllltopplrig honors.
Both are heralded, as novelties. Ray
mond and Bain, presenting tho comedy
skit "Locked Out*" nnd Lyons and
Yokco,, vocalists and Instrumentalists,
are tho foature acts. Both have won
wide commendation In vaude.vllle this
season.
An attraction that will appeal
strongly to women nnd children Is
promised In the exhibition to be given
by Mile. Jullelimi with hor troupe of
dog actors. Marie Kind Scott, n sing
ing soubrette. and the entertainment
provided by Ajax and Emily, nowlty
performers, giving a variety of amus
ing stunts, complete the vaudovllle
section of tho new show. The Hearst
Sellg Nows review will offer u fresh
collection of animated war plcture.a.
Colonial Matinee at 3 o'cloek.
The matinee performnnce of the
Orayce Scott Company In "The College
Widow." at the Colonial Theatre, will
not begin to-day until 3 o'clock. In
stead of at 2:30 as usual.
Donnrlly?Ilyriif.
(Special to The TImes-Dlspatch.l
ALEXANDRIA. VA., November 28.?
St. Mary's Catholic Church at 3:30
o'clock this afternoon was the acone of
n pretty wedding ceremony, when MIbe
Mary Madallne Byrne. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph H. Byrne, of thla city,
became the bride of John Beo Donnelly,
also of this city. The bride was given
in marriage by her father. The cero
niony was performed by Rev. B. P.
Kelly, assistant pastor, in tho prcaenco
of a large number of relatives and
friends of the two families. The bride
was attended by Miss Idlllan Mill, of'
Washington, and the bridegroom had
for Ills best man Thomas Clarke, also
of Washington. Tattle Helen Cllno,
cousin of the bride, was flower girl.
The following were the ushers:
John T. lllll, Ignatius Stoutenburn,
Washington; Bernard Mahoney, cousin
of the bride, Richmond; Cornelius. Hill,
Washington.
A reception followed the wedding to
the Immediate relatlvc-s at tho homo
of the bride, 1002 Prince Street, after
which the couple loft for an extended
Northern bridal trip. Upon their re
turn they will make their homo In
Washington.
I'erry?Me(!forne.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.1
WRST POINT, VA., November 25.?
Miss Mary McCSeorge became the brldo
of Frank M. Perry, of Sallsburg. Md.,
this afternoon at 4 o'clock In tho West
Point Baptist Church. The oastor, Rev.
E). W. Billings, olflclatcd. Mies Mc
George Is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas J. McGeorge, of West
1'olnt, well known In oducatlonal und
social circles.
Mr. Perry 1b from gallsburg, Md. The J
couple left Immediately after the cero
inony, via Richmond, for an extended
Northern trip. While away they will |
visit the groom's parental home, and
! the remainder of the winter they will j
I reside at King and Quoen Courthouse. I
.lnne.%?lluford.
I J, A WT<12N C12 VI MAC. VA.. November
I 20.?Two prominent Brumuvlclc Coupty
families were united when C. Stuart
Jones, Kjp of Mr. and Mrs. Ravens
i croft J on ok, was married yc-sterday at
. S'-nora, N\ C., to Mies Nantiie Buford,
[daughter of Andrew Buford, of Caa
j well County, N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Jones will reside at
("Brunswick Springs," near Lawrence
! vllle, the home of the groom's grand
father, the'late J. Ilavenserc't Jones.
i '?"hi." was at one time a well-known
j summer resort.
Hnitth?Xrlran.
I Special to The Times-Dispatch, j
H lOATHSVIBBlO, VA., November 25.?
Miss Maude Kllzabeth Nelins and Col
onel K. Hugh Smith: both of thin place,
? were married yesterday morning at 11
i o'clock at the Hotel Nelms. The cere
! inony was performed by Rev. Mr, Wll
I llcc, an Episcopal minister of Reod
| vllle.
j The l.rido and groom left o:i tho
I noon boat foi* an extended wedding
lull?.
The Trey_0'Hearts
Romantic T?J. Jew.ph Van^
mi ,,ou? J<tMBh v>nc>
! SYNOPyiS. ?
I M?nuf^tunrTnx,ic??au.anylhu Universal n:m
I read "The Tr?y r>' iimm.!1 's ^possible to
jDf.p.tch ?. i,,0 to .m i. "?e Tlmes
I it* Superior Theatre svnA.i pictures at
chapters: Th ? trey of . ?rec*<llrie
I eltn used by Seneca lvi?? f 'he death
I Bjar .of l'on*oance. which iK. i**" private
I of his daughter judtlti n the arency
Aut?.ns llkf hl? own h. ? of v?olcnt
wi. i ? h0n ?r the man ?Ke," ?*a'nst
w^Jn"?5?'!i'y responsTbu X?" *]"?>?. "ho
U = . i w- h?n of the mail
ui?n 10 V5" il,,d '? lOVCd hv?WPPl0 f?r Mf*
her?.Rr,d d0"l>le. but in ?n ",1" Judiths
,,?^,?PPo??te Judlin yni?. >Ll ?ther respecis
death, but Alan 'o compass Alan's
matlc circumstances, an!ir under dra
ins tier love Th*? un?vlil|n*iT
tuated in turn bv ?H?af.t?r Judlth |" ,c':
beror, antl ><?'oujy o; ifor i11U,tre'J,1 (lle
Ueconi?u .liienal?.l ? ,10r sister Kosa aha
her failure to carry r0?J? t,h|2rhfal?er ihrouch
V, because of the c,Ju' Plane.
Alan in flight wl.hM?eho ha" extended
*?*???, of Trine throi-*h"*.?ro,n the von"
Jmit?hr or" Arl=ona. Ahl.fn ' .mountains
j -s ft.iSSrVa
Sh.?f''\pten weddkd.
kho had told herself ..h
signed; but who 1 r/nS ro"
would never be rr ? UnU Sho
i In* in her , h?art wa? *?reuk
? -atchIn? L M3?m, "* 6ho sat 'hern,
heavier doionnSSJ"^ Um ^ th? CV?r
:'"E thunderstorm 1 V aPPr?ach
Penllng of a great ore ^ jublln"1
She had tolrt i. . OWn belovv
reHlKned, sho could "no! be*'' (th?"*h
ness the ceremonv v wlt"
ment drew near ' ^hon%\uT """
would be n n marrlaBo
trlevable. she Irro
endure the 33tra?1UaC!0^r8elf un*bl? "o
?nd otoie '^ero^ Sh? ros?
fathor'e chair. ,,oor to. her
b?"ondl>d?outbtnhoW8Slent1-OW a"(1 resular;
thero was no reason ?-!?(1U?tionabl>
?ot loavo him for t?tv , sho should
though he waked it-/"i ?utos; 0Vc"
him to await hor return * ,,ot harm
that Bcant period he ontl
??
i^om tho room closed ti J she crt*Pt
l ran down the 'uJu } door sUcntlv.
hack wav, a S 0a"(' 5??eended by \i
| tho lower hull -1t'?",lhefl ?talrcaso, to
ot the mlrr,a"e. PPr?aCb,nt? thc
Span^^^isslo1," ch'apel^u ?f a" ?M
the flnest orgnn\' I, M??ntnl,,1od
at this closo ratico ni th?. w?fW;
tones vied with n, d,-??I>-throuteU
storm. Sidim h,u'r^, ?< ??.
very mirrot" ""
I sVn%?h?/y h?!'0"5
clvlltzatlon In n ."uon'orTlIo'''51
where thp r??. ol the counhrv
w&imgm
J!ta,r8' j" the room Judith had
??? -??'
'"'he was left to his own de
% Ictb-?and at a time the mo?t Uttii.n
m\VM haba? Jrrlt. WslU h? har1 in mlnd
R Krlij, Seneca Trine ralsmi
apart.artnB atlcl stretched thr-m wide
. T1}1t'n* KtaspliiK the arms of his chair
ho lifted himself from It a'ld stCod
trembling upon lils own feet for thn
first time in almost twenty years
oh?.rB8,Pl,,B iUt back of tho wheeled
chair ho used It as a crutch to guide
Out th*? ? n" uncertain movements,
out these became momentarily stronger
and more confident. "irunfeer
huKKcd ttoCn'hlWnH uJf Recret he had
nuggect to his embittered bosom <>
socret unsuspected oven by the atte'nd
I accldon^M11: th?t through'the motor
(accldont three days ago ho had re
' ,n^4 tho use ot Umbs that hail been
I by . L?n? n,MS-strangely enough.
I since. crlr nearly two decades
Slowly but surely movintr to tho
ofr|tHUdr,n U'b ^00rn? he ?PeH?<I one
of Its drawers and took out sometlilnt?
J* $**? w thout her knou-leS Leon
ssatc^sr ther? ?b"
r??TK?n* 7lth thls hidden In the pocket
straight .r?S8,nff Bown he steered 0
i ? . y de"berato course to
the door, let himself out. and like
a materialized sp\ctie of the man li?
once had been, navigated the corridor
I to the head of the broad central stalr
| case, and, Btep by atop, clinging' with
both hands, nogotlated the descent.
The lobby of the hotel was deserted
Aa the ceremony approached Its etid
every guest and servant In the houso
i wns crowding the doorway to tho j
! chapel. None opposed the progress of ,
' this ghastly vision In dressing gowr.
and slippered faet. chuckling insanely
I to himself as he tottered through the
' empty halls and corridors, finding an
almost supernatural strength to sus
tain him till he found himself face to
fnce with his chosen enemy and vic
tim.
The first that blocked his way into
tho chapel, a bellboy of tho hotel,
! looked round at the first touch of the
I clawllko hand upon his shoulder and t
' shrank back with a cry of terror?a
, cry that was echoed from half a dozen I
' throats within another Instant.
. As If frotn the path of some grisly
' visitant from the world beyond the j
grave, the throng pressed back and .
cleared a way for Seneca Trine, father i
of the.brldo.
| And as the way opened and he looked
up toward .the altar and saw Alan
standing hand In hand with Hose while
the minister Invoked a blessing upon
tho union that had been but that in
atant cemented, added strength, tho
strength of the insane, wan given to
Seneca Trine.
When Alan, annoyed by trie disturb
unco In the body of the chapel, looked ;
round. It was to see the, aged maniac !
standing within a dozen feet of liim* i
ADDICTIONS
CAN BE CURED
Our proposition: "No Cure.
No Pay." We will tako any
case of liquor or drug addic
tion and guarantoe a euro- In
from ton dayo to three weeks
according to physical condi
tion ol patient. You don't pay
us a penny until you know
that you aro curod. Wo ad
minister tho original Dcvlno
treatment, which is tho last
word that science has to offer
for tho euro of theso disease*)
Write for confidential Infor
mation and references
Dr. H. L. Devine
Sanitarium
Highland I'nrk. ItlrfMiioiul, V?.
BHnBHMnBHBSCHHRnnB
| and n? he looked and cried out In
, wonder. Trine whipped a revolver from
the pocket of his dressing i?own and
swung it steadily to hour upon Alan's
j head.
(Concluded To-Morrow.)
Knock of the Door
11V lill<ljl AAi KUSStSL.li.
The uso of knockerH on the doors or
the sanctum ami bedroom Is not ?o
genoral as the utilization of this old
fashioned alarm at entrances to resi
dences constructed along the lines of
Colonial architecture, but It Is sutt
gostlve of a courtesy th**t Is frequently
neglected. even In the well ordered i
household. The much vaunted privacy I
of the home Is often dissipated by mem
bers of the family, and their quests, I
who enter doorways, even of bedrooms,
with a freedom that Is not exhibited at
the entrance to the residence.
' There is never an excuse for tho in
vasion of any oneYi privacy. There Is
no possible decree of intimacy that
justifies such rudeness.
The husband should have even (creat
or respect for the privacy of the wife
than that of the stranger. The closer
relations should Huggmt tho greater
respect. The husband who respectfully
taps on the door of his wife's boudoir
before entering is showing .1 delicate
attention and regard which happily ce
ment matrimonial alliances.
The same principle applies to each
member of the household. -he sturly
and music room are too often Invaded
' with rudeness which would not be as
jsumed towards strangers, but seems to
j be accepted in many'cases as proper
,because the annoyer and annoyed aro
} related by family ties. It should bo
! remembered that strangera would not
tolerate such interruptions and Inva
sions.
Wo all have moments when our <le
alr<j is for privacy and solitude. Thin
wish, so common to yourself, shoula
prompt respect for the privacy of
others. At leant show as much respect
for the privacy of the members of your
own family jfs you do for that of others.
Remen.ber: A delicate mark of re
spect Is more appreciated by the
mother or wlfo than the stranger.
l.llltuu nuaftctl'n AnsTrrr*.
I T. Y.: L.lsterlne Is a good wash for
the mouth. It purllles the breath ana
Is good for the teeth. A teaspoonful
In half a glass of wajer is about the
amount to use. However, you may
make II stronger If you wish, for It
Is harmless.
H.: The spots you mention, 1 think,
are liver spots. These are caused from
an Inactive liver. A teaspoonful of
best olive \pll taken every morning half
an hour before breakfast and tho same
j quantity half an hour after the latest
I meals of the day will bo found effec
tive If you only will persist In the
; treatment. In a few months this will
excite your liver to proper action, clear
your skin, and otherwise improve your
health. The unsweetened juice of a
. lemon In a glass of water every morn
? ing before breakfast is also benetleial
for this purpose. Drink plenty of cool,
not iced, water between meals. Never
eat hot bread, rich pastries, or sauces.
Kat plenty of fruits and vegetables
i that do not contain much starch. Walk
at least three miles a day and take
i deep breathing exercises.
! Mabel: There Is positively no way
j of making the ?yes larger or changing
their color. Don't, whatever you do,
' attempt to put anything Into them to
J make them bright or to appear larger.
I This- Is Injurious. Good health will
I make the eyes clear and bright. Tho
'eyes must bo taken euro of. Send me
i a stamped, addressed envelopo and I
shall send you fornuila for an excel
lent eye wash.
K. 9.: I am so glad you have broken
yourself of the dreadful habit of biting
your nails. Allow your nails to grow
i quite a bit. then go to a good ma ill
DARKEN YOUR
GRAY HAIR
Use 01<1 - Fashioned Liquid
Q-Han and No One Can Tell.
Don't Cost Much!
If your hair Is gray, streaked with
gray, faded or falling and you want
beautiful, dark hair, soft, silky and
glossy, free from dandruff, simply ap
ply old-fashioned liquid Q-lJan to hair
and scalp, like a shampoo, rubbing it
in gently with the linger tips. Q-Dan
doesn't cost much to try and is no
bother to use, as rothlng else Is re
quired. Although not a dye, Q-Ban
acts on the hair roots and makes and
keeps your hair eoft, fluffy, thick- giv
ing the hair that dark fascinating
lustre anil abundance which makes tha
hair ao attractive. Q-liati Is not sticky
or mossy; harmless, anil Is a delightful
hair dressing. Also stops dandruff,
falling hair or Itching scalp. Auk
druggist for Q-Ban for dnrkenlng
gray hair. This preparation darkens
hair when all elso fails. Sold.by Grant
Drug Co., 626 Rant Dioad, 1201 East
Main, Richmond, Va. 50c for a big
7-oz. bottle. Out-of-town people sup
plied by mall.?Advor Msement.
111-113*J15 West Broad.
The
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curlst and havo them properly manl-i
cured. Do this once a week for n whllo!
until you get your nails Into good]
shape. It won't tako long. Glvo them
a little dally care yourself, such as)
cleansing them and gontly pushing ]
back thu cutlclo around tho nail with
tho orango wood Btlck. If you care for;
manicuring Instructions send n?e stamp
od, addressed envelope.
Mary: If tho hands arc given dally
care they will not become red and i
lough. Many people give their hands t
carelcBs treatment. Aftor washing tho
hands bo sure to rinse and dry them
thoroughly. When the hands aro
rough, rub a good cold cream, olive oil,1
or almond oil into them, thou put on u|
loose fitting pair of kid or cloth gloves, j
This will soften the hands and keep
them from becoming dry.
Dr. Brady's Health Talks
More Aliout KveryboUy's Ailment.
Yesterday wo said must physics are
mo 10 harmful than helpful In the
treatment of constipation, and we aro
still of the samu opinion to-day. The
cmQ must come throuKh a natural
diet and regularity of habit, aided by
mental ease about the oonseiiuenctd i
ol' oonstlpailon. It Ik never fatal,
i if drugs arc absolutely essential,
; then It Is worse than useless to try to
select tho drug yourself or to l*;t your
friends or an advertisement suggest
what you should tako. The medicine!
I that helps one case may aggravato
another. A drug which would be
harmless In u case accompanied with !
umlerscoretion of Intestinal lluld would)
J bo injurious for another case with Die
I opposite ntn'to of sccrctlon. A pill
l which Irritates and congests tho low -
. er bowel mli?ht bo taken safely by one
Individual with constipation, but it
would do xi lot of harm to another with
. p.l?_a. You can't guess in advance
.about thlSi for your guess may bo
| \? i oiik, and in that ev< nt your con
i stipation would be all tho more ob
| stinate. Tho only safe and Clllclent
: way to (Ind out what medicine you
should take. If any, is by consulting
your doctor. Doctors don't preset I be
?by hearsay; thoy prescribe whatever
may be Indicated by your individual
condition.
Muiiclc Training Helpful.
In womon, falso modesty and tho
corset are common factors uf con
stipation. In men, lack of exorcise
and carelossneos about regularity aio
common factors. In chiluicn, casior
oil and other abused cathartics, to
gether with a too refined <1 Int. aro com
' mon factors. In everybody n too ready
resort to artificial stimulus to move
J tho bowel is a prolific cause of consti
J pafloti.
| . Abdominal exercise, breathing exer
cises, gymnastic work or long walks
j in the open air are better than medi
cine. Tho .setting-up drill or turning
I somersaults or Ituitntlng the Hiuantn
you see the contortionists doing in
the vaudeville show, will Improve tho
general muscular system, the abdom
inal muscles and tend to strengthen the
intestinal musclc. Most pcoplo aro
altogether too dignified for tho good
? uf their health. II is an excellent thing
' to unbend occasionally and make a
monkey of yourself?in private.
Injections and suppositories aro to
be avoided, unless prescribed by your
doctor for especial purpose. Such ar
tificial measures are less natural than
Internal drugs'.
(liH'otlonn nnil AiiNTrera.
Mrs. V. Li. Inquires: 1'leo.so toll me
i whether this now remedy called liquid
nlbolene hydrocarbon oil 1b good for all
the following diseases or any of them:
nervous prostration, rheumatism, ton
sillitis, gallstones. feoble-itiindcdneoa
or absout-mtndedness, ilrat stages of
jlung troublo and gout. A nurse claims
to use it with big success In such cases
unknown to tho doctors In charge. Sue
says she has cured flvo of tho different
aliments In one family.
Reply: it Is liquid petrolatum, pe
troleum oil. It 1? a simple laxative,
and that In absolutely all. Nursis are
taught nothing about tho treatment of
disease. When they cla.m such ability
you had better not trust thom. JJy tuo
way, this same puro petroleum oil goes
undor doai ns of other names, as well,
Russian oil, mineral oil, etc.
J5. B. H. asks what causes night
mares.
Reply: Pleasant dreaming Is physio
logical, but you can't remember tho
dream In the morning. When you re
call the dream it moans you lia^e slept
less soundly than normal. In some
nervous conditions your dream Is pro-1
Jected Into the walking state, ami tluit <
Is sleep-walking or somnambulism.
True nightmare Is a vivid dream tr.ico
ablo to some, previous terrifying ex
perience or to a physical disturbance
of health. llad ventilation, Indiges
tion. worry, mcntnl shock, or fright
will of to ii produce nightmare in which
you are crushed by a great weight 1
or threatened by some monstrous thing i
and powerless to cry out or. defend
yourself?and it's a deuce of dream to
have!
Mrs. C. 11. asks: What causes bolls?
Are they a local infection or from tho
blood? What can one do to prevent
new crops of boils?
Reply: Local Infection of skin with
ordinary pus-producing germs. To pro
vent new crops, a course of vaccine
treatment Is often necessary. Great
care in the handling and dressing of
bolls inay prevent reinfection.
FUNSTOlfc WARMLY PRAISeSI
FOff WORK AT VERA CRtu
gerrctarr GarrlRon BxprtiMi ApprecU
tlvA (or Way In Which Situa
tion Wkm Handled. '
WASHING TON, D. C., Npvember 20.
?Secretary Garrison to-day wroto
Major-Genoral Funston, expressing ap
preciation of tho mnnnsr In which tho
situation at Vera Cruz was handled .
luring tho American occupation. , Mr.
Garrison's letter follows:
"My Dear General,?I deslro to ex
press to you tho great appreciation
that I liavo of tho excellent Bervlco
rendered by you and tho inon under
you while at Vera Cruz.
"In many wuy? tho sltuutlon there
was as dlf!l<? It, If not more so, us ac
tual warfare. Tho proper performanco
of tho duty called for self-restraint,
judgment, coolness and discipline In
; tho very highest degree. The fact that
I during all the months that you occu
I pled Vera Cruz, there was not ono tin
| toward Incident, Is of grout signifi
cance. Any laxncss of discipline or
I any careless bundling of the situation
i might have precipitated consciences
: of a most disastrous charactor. Tho
'skill and ability of tho ofTlcers and tho
discipline and exemplary conduct of
the troops, not only provented any un?
toward Incident, but reflected the
greatest credit upon themselves and
the country which they represented.
"1 desire to convoy to you and tha
officers and men of your command my
warmest thanks and BlncercBt appre
ciation.
"Sincerely yours,
"L.INDL.KY M. GARRISON,
"Secretary of War."
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