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OLD MANSION BEING MADE OVER TO SUIT PRESIDENT I'rrneh ICxecatlvc Antlclpnle* I.raTlng Ofllcc and liarra In Motor Car to ? Oct Dwelling. I liy Universal t jrvlce. J ! 1'A Hies Jan. 17.?President Poln eare'a dayn of worry are over. He luylng to friends who questionod the reason for his unusu.il joviality of late the President Bald. "1 have found a homo."" ?Six months ago, when 1'oinearo defi nitely decided not to run agjln for the presidency, he begun looking for a nouse. He looked until September. and then, his days of office growing ?hort?;r unil shorter, he gave up the cuase and sought for an aptrtnivnt. Itui these ne lound scarcer than house*. Thero was not, the agencies Informed him, one slnglo house nor apartment vacant in the whole of Paris. The President then made tentative arrangements for a suite of three rooms at the llitz. <>r.e day in looking over the newspapers he saw that an ,tilled welfare organization was about ?o vacate Its eutabiishnu nt on the rue ?.nartioau, near the liols du lJoulogno. WlthOUi looing a moment h- ordered | ilia chauffeur to take him tin re, took one look at the house, drove to the jgent?and bought the place for J1W. 000. L'altjlers and decorators arc now r iolrig against time to have the man sion ready for the President when he leaved the Elyseu. official home of the chief executive, in February. The mnsion is an elabroate one, with .? vast marble rotunda frotn which bll liard, dining and reception-rooms open, on the 11 ret lloor Is the room which will be Poincare's library and study, where he will write articles for the Paris Figaro. The house is in one of the most aris tocratic sections of l'arls, and the .street?the rue Marbeau?has been made famous In llfnrl liordonux's novel. "La Nelge sur les l'as." WILSON COMMUTES SENTENCE I'rcaldvnt Cut* In Ilnlf Punishment of Vlreinin Man Convicted of Strnl lOC Slonrjr-Ordrr Mmnp. D Y NC 11BUHG, VA.. Jan. 17.?A. T. Peterson, of Scott County, who was convicted several years ago in the United States District Court, for the Western District of Virginia, at Hig Stone Gap, for stealing a money-order stamp from the post-office at Outfield. Scott- County, and sentenced to three years In the Atlanta Prison, will serve only eighteen months for his offense. After sentence Peterson made an effort to appeal the case, but a writ of error was denied him. Then the case was H. rie J to President Wilton, who has ?. utsimuted the sentence to eighteen months. Peterson appeared in the Federal court here today and was frnfenced to elchteei) months at At ;.<i.ta. lie has been at liberty on bail while the Aght for his freedom has hrth in progress. BOTHERED WITH COUGH? TRY JEFFRIES' NO. 1 Thi??. Tabb Jeffries, Wclt-Knorrn Itlcb niond Pkarmaclst, Discoverer of \ almable Formula?.No\t linonn | as Jeffries' No. I lough Mixture. Richmond is again In the limelight nationally. A few years ago TIiom. Tabb Jeffries, Druggist, of Kuot Uroad street, perfected a formula 'or coughs a inch now seems to be des".incd to be come nationally the most Important d:ecovery and remedy of it? kind in a decade. The remedy Is trade-marked, .ind is known as Jeffries' No. 1 Cough j Mixture. At first Dr. JrrTrics sold it! only In Wchmond. but the merit of the ' product was audi an Improvement over j the ordinary remedies that the demand grew eo great that people were calling I for it from all parts of the United States. During the "Flu" epidemic Jeffries" No. 1 Cough .Mixture was used exten sively and successfully. This prepa-! ration is liquid and antiseptic, there fore relieves the cough promptly and j heals the irirtation, tickling and sore ness in the throat and chest. It has the advantage over the ordinary rem edies In that It is antiseptic, soothing and healing. Jeffries' No. 1 Cough Mixture Is for sale by all druggists. Clip this ad, take It to your druggist, get a bottle and keep It in the house for use when needed. Three sizes, 30c. COo and $1.10. Thos. Tabb Jeffries. Mfg. Pharmacist. Richmond. Va.?Adv. Sheer Merit of 2Tie NEW EDISON has made possible tills new greater Kdison Shop. ?\ ou nrr Invited to rail and bear "the rhonogrnph with a soul.** t TheC.B.HaynesCo.Jnc. j 19 and 21 West Broad St, LET POSLAM START NOW TO CLEAR YOUR SKIN Would you be entirely rid of that distressing skin trouble? Would you drive &?ay those pimples? Do you desire a clear, fair skin free from ag gravating eruptions Poslain, then, la for you. It awaits vour hardest task, the most stubborn ftnd difficult condition of diseased skin vou have to overcome. It Is qualified find ready. Its makers can put no more of perfeotion in it to make it more val uable to you. So let It serve you; utilise Its' splendid healing help. Sold svsrywhere. For free sample write to' Emergency Lahoratorls, 243 ?^GSt st- r^ow York Clty* ?Poslam Hoap, medicated with Pog Ur?, should b*. used if akin is tendsr and acniUive.?Adv. ^.1. ... ..a .?:.wL,v.\v.4ikfc*? 1U I 4 0 u it ?-S] 1 I & 3 3 i i ^ I ! -<> I xr-l ? I gi ;S? !^i U? "The Shopping Center" As If They Came From Fairyland? New Dresses and Suits for Spring There's quite a fascinating little collection already, and with the coming- of each day, we find more and more ?Beautiful New Springtime Frocks, and Suits, and Blouses and Separate Skirts?are in our displays await ing your approval. To quote a famed writer: "The secret of fashion is to surprise and never to disappoint." That is just the sccret of our wonderful success in the distribution of Women's and Misses' Apparel. & Won't you just step into our French Gray Salon and see if you, too, don't think Dame Fashion has outdone herself once more. Second Floor, West. National Thrift Week JASCARY IT TO 24. The 10 Financial Commandments: Work und lOnrn. Make a Hud sol. Keep a Ilerord of ICs|tentlltaren. (lave a Hank Account. Carry Life Inanr nnt-e. ainkc a Will. Own Vour Ovru Home. Pny Dill* I'romptl,. Invent in Govern ment Securities. SUart Wltk Other*. A Sale of Bibles Teachers, Bible Students and Others, Take Notice We have just acquired a traveler's sample line of Bibles, most advantage ously as to quality, prices, etc., and we believe it to be one's very besu oppor tunity to secure a nice edition of God's Book at a very small part of its origi nal value. Beautiful Bibles they are, in various sizes and styles of printing, binding, etc., to accord with many demands. Among them are many American Revised Editions, in such popular favor now. See these in <the Special Bible Ex hibit. Basement, Book Shop. ?Arrived? A Large Shipment of "Andrea" (Famous Paris-Inspired) Trimmed Hats ? Advanced spring styles, reflecting the highest attainment of the art of the master modistes. Hardly need we say more than these "new er" "Andrea" modes are up to standard, for ^ the smartly dressed women of Richmond know too well of the all-around goodness of these fa mous ITats?their excel lence of material, beau ty of workmanship and becomingness fo con tour. Included in the display arc the new Hair Cloths, Batavias, Faille Silk, Sipper, Porcupine, Milan, Lisere, Wen chow and combination of straw and fabric hats?large dividing honor with small styles. The new bright colors predominate, but many rich black Hats are shown?featuring the new cellophane flowers and ornaments, as well as Wool Cords, Frcnch Buds and Fan tasies as the new and simple trimmings. The moderation of "Andrea" prices prevail, $10.00 to $35.00. Second Floor, Central. Dainty Undergarments Of Satin or Crepe de Chine Garments of beauty, and what's even better still, they are so durable! Aside from the superior daintiness of silk, many women prefer it to garments of other materials which require the iron and starch. With ?'silken things," laundering becomes a simple problem; one which so oflen may be ?nlved in one's own home. Here are excellent lines?all so fresh and new! Beautiful Uowns of Satin or Crepe de Chine, trimmed in dainty laces and Georgette crepe, at $15.98. Another lot of Gowns of Satin or Crepe de Chine, in tailored styles or beautifully trimmed in lacc, at $10.98 to $14.98. Fink or White Satin Skirts at $5.98 to $12.98?these are tailored or embroidered garments. "Cliemilooms"?(Bloomer-Teddies) of crepe de chine or satin, trimmed in dainty laces and Georgettes. Four different styles from which to select, at $7.50 to $8.50. Crepe de Chine or Satin Teddies, in various style3, $5.00 to $7.50. A pretty assortment of Pink Satin Camisoles at $2.50 to $4.98. Also two styles in White Satin Camisoles at $2.19 . and $2.50. Pink Satin Bloomers, lace trimmed or tailored ef fects, at $5.98. A large assortment of Satin or Crepe de Chine Bou doir Caps, daintily trimmed in laces and ribbon bows, at $2.00 to $4.98. Second Floor, East. The Best Opportunity to Get That Fur Goat We are closing out all remaining Fur .Coats at greatly reduced prices. These Coats are made of the finest selected pelts. Natural Gray Squirrel, Hudson Seal, Nutria and French Seal All Lengths From 27 to 40 Inches Every Coat is handsomely lined with silk?in plain or trimmed effect?some with large capc col lars and deep cuffs. Make Your Selection Early Cross Fox Scarfs at $93. 10% Off All the Following: Jap Cross Fox Sets at $50. Scarfs, Capes and Stoles, Taupe Fox Scarf, extra- in Kolinsky, Mink, Squirrel, ordinary value, at $18.95. Fisher, Sable, Fitch, Stone Martin, beal and Skunk. Wolf Scarfs Extraordinary value at $59.00. Wolf Muffs All colors, at $25.00. 20% Off on All Muffs Red Fox Sets at $100.00. These are Mink, Fox, Seal Ked Fox Scarfs at $69.00. and Nutria. Second Floor, West. Small lot Wolf Scarfs at $19.50 Another lot Wolf Scarfs at $22.50 Gloves for Spring NEW?of course. And you'll quite likely need a pair or two for wear with that new frock or suit. Women's JJeal French Kill Gloves, in white only, two clasp, dress weight; washes perfectly with soap and water, at $H.OO a pair. Women's One-Clasp Wash able Chamois Uloves. in white and natural colors, $2.25 a pair. Women's Si rap Wrist (< nun (Ids, in American brown shade, at $5.9S a pair. Women's Slipou (Gauntlets, with beaver trimming, at $5.98 a pair. Women's Wnshnblc Musette. at $1.00 and $1.25 a pair. Klrst Floor, West. A Good Oil Heater ?makes it much more com fortable in one's bedroom these cold nights and mornings, and no other heating method is so convenient. "Elgin" is a good Oil Heater ?one of the best we know of? and here it is at a reduced price? Now $6.50 These are full nickel trimmed, polished blue steel body, and they have genuine "Miller" all brass founts. Basement, East. MkVvkYi'fr 11V tlVhi\ i iy'i iYv kW/ kW.-kV/ kvi-k\'