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WYTHEVILLE WILL BE THE MECCA OF
CONFEDERATE VETERANS WEDNESDAY
Extensive Preparations for Their
Reception Have Been Made.
WARM WELCOME IN STORE
Tho First Night'i Session to Be Given
to the Sons of Veterans?The Spon*
eors and Maids Will Be Guests
of Smythe-Gray Chapter.
Tho Cftt-erith. ennual meeting of the
P-r_nd Camp Confederate Veterans of
Virginia will ho rapped to order ln the
?>p_r_ Houso at Wytheville on Wednes
?_>? next, -t noon, by Colonel Thomas
W. Rmith. of Suffolk. grand commander,
?and prayer will be olferod by the chap
laln goueral, Rev. Joha P. Hydo, of Win
Tho sessions of the body will last until
Friday night and promise to bo largely
attended _n2 full of life and Interest. The
fuil list of officers and commlttoes of tho
raji.p is as follows:
Thomas W. Smith. _r_nd commander,
James 2__cGill. ftrat-lleutenant grand
Oeorge L. Christian. 6econ_-lie_Un_nt
(gTand commander, Richmond.
XV. E. Harwood. thlrd-lleutonont grand
Thomas C. Morton, inspector general,
Washington Taylor, Quartcrmaster gen?
P.ov. John P. Hyde. chaplain general.
Dr. John S. Powell, eurgeon general,
Thomas Ellett, adjutant general, Rich
William Orrillo Moore, alde-de-camp,
Advisory Council?The grand command?
er and eommandors of all tho campa
Ccmmiitsc cr. Fir.c.r.ce? Stith Bolllng.
Clifilr: E. M. Henry,-James MacGill, John
C. Elwell. Willlam A. Smoot.
Committee on Publishing a School Ills
tory for use in our Public and Private
techools?George L. Christian, chairman;
ffohn W. Fulton. Micajah "\% oods, R. T.
torton, Charles M. Blackford, M. W.
t-lai.'.cwood, Rev. B. D. Tucker. Carter
P. Bishop. R. A. Brock. R. S. B. Smith.
jfchn \V". Daniel. James Mann, T. II. Ed
jh-arda XV. 11. Hurkamp.
Committee on Sons of Veterans and
J/vdi'es1 Auxiliary?Thomas P. Pollard.
Chairman*; W. B. Browne, C. XV. Jk
M'.or. E. P. Cox, Blackburn Smith, Au
t'1 ey Bowio.
Committee on Good of the Grand Camp?
?Willinm Koan, chairman: George XV.
Jk'urtz. r. P. Winston. John C. Elwell,
??. S. Brooke.
Committee on Legislature?X. V. Ran
Bolph. chairman; James F. Croker. John
C. Elwell. George L. Christian. J. E.
Jlarrlf-on. O. T. Garnett, Willlam Kean,
,W. H. May,
Committee on Resolutions nnd Distribu
tion -E. M. Henry. chairman; John Lamb.
James MacGill, Stith Boliing, George A.
Committee to Frepare a Plan for More
tfTcctlve ro-op.->rn.tion Between tlie Cnmps
rf Veterans and Sons of Veterans?E. M.
Henry, chairman; Dr. Carter Berkely,
James MaeGill, Thomas D. Ranson, Wil
!am. A. Smoot.
Assistant Inspector Generals for 1901
' First Dislrict?John C. Ewell, Millen
Ebeek, Laneaster county.
Seeond District?William II. Stewart,
Thlrd District?John Lamb. Richmond.
Fourth District?Dr. J. Edward Moyler,
Fifth District?J. M. Neal. Danville.
Hvth District ? James Featherstone,
S?venth District?R. D. Funkhouser,
Ma tretowr. Shenandoah county.
Eighth District?John A. Holtsman, Jef
fi-rsonton, Culpeper counly.
Ninth District?Samuel XV. Williams,
T,?nth District?J. Scott Moore. Lex
OF GREAT INTEREST.
Vt hlle no set programme has been made
_-.it, there is every indioation that the af
Coir will bo c_e of great interest to all
The Crape Cures
Cures Constipation Permantntly.
CRUSHED FRUIT TONIC-LAXATIVE.
I consider Mull's Grape Tonlc the
very best medicine I have ever taken.
My stomach was in such a bad condi?
tion that nothing tasted right and the
small amount of food that I was able
to eat didn't seem to do any good. I
became so nervous that sleep was im
posslble. My strength gave out and I
became exhausted and completely run
down. 1 then commenced to take
Mull's Grape Tonic and by the time I
had finished two bottles my health
returned. I now rellsh my food and
can sleep as well as ever.
THIS IS MY VOLUNTARY TES?
MRS. D. GIANT.__.LI,
404 S. Joliet Street, Joilet, 111.
The reason for the phenomenal success
met with by Mull's Grape Tonic in the
cure of all afflietions resulting from con?
stipation, is due largely to the deiicious
flavor of the tonic and the desire of the
patient to take his medicine regularly, not
alone for its infallible benefit, but for its
pleasant taste. Mull's Grape Tonic is
purely a curo for constipation. Consti?
pation causes nine-tenths of all illness.
If you cannot sleep. have rhcumatism,
are weak. can't get the full nourishment
from your food. or if you have lung trou?
ble, kidney disorders, piles or stomach
disorders it ls probably due to constipa?
tion. Mull's Grape tonlc will cure the
constipation and cause the body to re
cover from the attendant ills.
Tonlc is not a
new or secret
known only to
Its fo.?-_ula is
uiown by nearly
who have been
prescribing i t
Xor many years.
where it orlgi
n a t e d, it is
known a s the
T r a U b e nkur,
whi u h being
tran: la. t ? a
Cure. lt excels
C__ L'.ver Oil
fc. - sh bulld
er and blood malnr with ;.' ^"f???
advantage that it does not , 5"|JS5
weako-t stomach. Mull's < -'^^onlc
Instantly aida ln the assimilai ii and di
Sn of Iho food. The blood-maklng
ar.d strength-building prdpertus contain
r_d in the natural frults of v-hich it is
con-Tosed are readily absorbed by the de
biiiiat. d svstem. restorlng such a strength
and vitalitv as tho sufferer from chronlc
consi-pation has not eacperieneed in many
ye irs lt? benefit in bulldmg up the
-v.-tem is marked and. posltlve. Tour doc?
tor would presoribe the same treatment.
Tou can savo his fee by securing Mull s
Grape Tonic at your druggist at i. cents
a bottle. Send the name of your drug
gisi and 10 cents to cover postage lo the
Lightning Medicine Co.. Rook Island; 111..
for a l.irg. taraple bottle. FoV sale in
Richmond by Owens & Minor.
tain T. J. Friend. E. II. Courtney, Miss
Drewry. Miss Rosa Maycr.
The growth of the Grand Comp since
its organization, fourteen years ago, has
been something wonderful. On tlie thir?
teenth of February, 18SS. the body was
organized with only f"ur local camps as
members. When Colonel Smith raps to
order on Wednesday he will look into the
faces of delegates reprbsenting^one hun?
dred strong. healthy local brganizations
.cattered all over the Stato. shedding the
blessing- of lo. e and charlty upon man
kind. nnd throwing their fostering t.rms
about the poor and suffering of those who
went forth to battle for their rlghts -in
the great struggle of '61-'G5.
GENERAL COOK FIRST.
Tho first annual meeting of the Grand
Camp was held in Richmond on May S,
If-SS Tho late General John R. Cooke,
of this city. was elected grand command?
er. The Eecond was in Norfolk on June
6th, -SS9 Ten camps were represented
and Colonel E. M. Henry was nB.e com.
The Legislature of Virginia, session
1SS--.0, passed a bill to incorporate the
Grand Camp Confederate Veterans, De?
partment of Virginia, which was anproved
January 20, 1_9_. lSSO, June 9th?The third
aimual meeting was held in the chorus
T'-rv attend. Perhaps the greatest intcr
tvt of the entire session will center around
the report of the History Committee,
which is now being completed by the very
nhie chaimiau, Judge George. L. Chris
tlan. and his colleagues. The delegats,
DffioeTS and visitors from this section
nt the State will leave here on Tuesday
fur the most part though some will go
an early as to-morrow.
Lee an Plckelt r';imps will send up
large deleKations. The former has chos?
en her quota.. and the latter Will elect
jit its regular meeting to-morrow iiiKht.
The delegates and ladies who will go
from Lee Camp are as follows: Judge
George L. Christian, E. E. Perkinson.
J. Taylor Ellyson, Geeargc W. Jarvls,
D. A. Brown. Jr., A. K. Dempy, J. T.
Bradford. 12. Leslie Spence. Miss Ay
Jett, Miss lyou Walthall, Charles T. Turn
or, Hon. John Lamh, John W. Gordon.
T. P. Campbell, Joseph W. Southall. Cap
HE LEARNED A GREAT TRUTH.
H is rsaid of John Wesley that he once .
_? I to Mlstress Wesley: "Why do you
th.it child the same thing over ana
tigaiji?" "John Wesley, because
telling is,. not enough." It is for
same reason that you are told again
again that Chamberiain's Cough |
Remedy cures colds and grlp; that it i
couoteracte eny tendency of these dls
?uk<**s to result ln pneumonla, and that
Jt lb pleasant and safe to take. For
a_le toy aU druggist-.
ns will regi_icr.
room of the Petersburg Musical Asaocla.
tion, Petersburg, Va. Ten camps on ros
XV. P. Smith elected Grat_l Command
der. 1S01, June 10th?The fourth annual
meeting was held in the Courthouse,
Fredericksburg, Va, Fifteen camps or
W. P. Smith re-elected Grand Oomman.
der. ltS_. June 22d and 23d?The flfth an?
nual meeting was held in the Opera
House; Roanoke, Va. Twenty-five camps
Thomas A. Brander elected Grand com.
tmander. 189::, June 14th and 15th?The
sixth annual meeting was held in^ Py?
thian Castlc. Portsmouth, Va. Thirty
camps on ro.-4er.
Hugh R. Smith elected Grand Comman?
der. 1S94. June 6th and 7th?The seventT
annual meeting was held in Sarepta Hall
Alexandria. Va. Thirty-one camps on
Thomas Lewis elected Grand Comman.
der. 1K95. June 4th and 5th?The eights an?
nual meeting was held in Armory, Char
lott->svi!le. Va. Forty-threo Campt>_ or
Willlam A. Sm-oot elected Grand Com
mandcr. 1SPG. October 27th and 2Sth-Thc
ninth annual meeting was held in Court
hous? Hall, Winchester, Va. Eighty-fiv<
Camps cn roster.
John Cussons elected Grand Command
STUBBS AS LEADER.
1897. October 20 _2d. Tenth meeting hel<
in Richmond. elghty-eight oamps oi
roster. J. N. Stubbs, Grand Commander
1S97. January 22d. J. N. Stubbs, re
arrangements and will leave here for
The meeting gives every promise of
being the most successful ever yet held,
and *he veterans are already growing
enthusiastic over thier trip.
Wytheville Veterans Ready to Welcome
Their Comrades and Frisnds.
(Special Dispatch to The Times.)
WYTHEVILLE. VA.. October 18.?Ever
since the adjournment of tho Grand
Camp of Confederate Veterans after its
session at Petersburg last year, tho
people of Wytheville, Wythe county, and
the surrounditig counties have been
awaiting with the greatest pleasure and
interest tlie timo when it would assemble
in our mountain city. Now that the time
is at hand, the interest in the meeting
is at its highest pitch, and the pcoplo are
prepared to give the body such a wel?
come as will mako the session of 1902
an epoch in its history.
AU arrangements for tho reccptior.
amusemem. and ent- rtainment of the vet?
erans of 'Gl-'Co, their sons, and the fair
snoiisors and maids of honor are com?
piete, and tho coming of the guests will
find the details prefected.
The Grand Camp of Confederate Vet?
erans of Virginia will be called to order
in the Wytheville opera house on Wed?
nesday morning. October 22, 1902. by
Grand Commander Thomas W. Smith,
Tho address of welcome to the town
will be dolk-ered at the request of Mayor
William Terry. by Mr. Robert Sayers, Jr.,
a prominent young lawyer of this town,
and a son of Dr. Samuel R. Sayers. Sr.,
who was a distinguished surgeon of high
rank in the Confederate army, and a.s
such served through the entire war. The
address will be responded to by Grand
Commander Smith. Then Judge John H.
WILL INTEREST EVERYBODY,
Or At Least Every One Who Suffers
Catarrh in its various forms is a na?
tional disease, and the fact that nearly
everybody suffet'3 from it more or less
Icads many to ueglect its proper treat?
Nasal catarrh is a common cause of
headache, destroys sense of smell, and
lf neglected reaches the throat, causing
lmpalrment and sometimes total loss of
voice. Bronchial catarrh leads easily to
consumption. Catarrh of stomach ahd
liver are very serious and obstinate
troubles, while it is now generally ad?
mitted that catarrh is the most common
of all causes of deafness.
All of the more serious forms of ca?
tarrh begin with nasal catarrh, the local
symptoms being a prof use discharge,
stoppage of sostrils, irritation and fre
quent clearing of the throat. sneezing,
coughing aud gagging.
Tho old style of treatment with
douches, iniialofs, sprays, salves, etc,
Simply give temporary relief, and every
one who "has used any Of them knows
how useless they are, and their isconve
nience is such that very few have the
time or patlence to continue their use.
A radical cure of catarrh can only be
obtained from a treatment which ro
moves the catarrhal taint from the biood,
because no one will now dispute that ca?
tarrh is a constitutional or blood dis?
ease, and local applications can have no
effect except to temporarily relieve local
A new remedy which has been remark
ably successful' in curing catarrh is a
pleasant tasting tablet, which ls taken
internally and acts upon the blood and
It is composed of antiseptic remedies
like -Red Gum, Blood Root. and simiiar
cieansing specifics, which eliminate the
catarrhal poison from the system.
The tablets being pleasant to the taste,'
are dissolved in the mouth and thus
reach tho throat, trachea and finally the
stomach and entire alimentary canal.
They are sold by druggists everywhere
under the name of Stuart's Catarrh Tab?
lf desired, when there is much stop?
page of the nose, the tablets may be
dlssolved in warm water and used as a
douche in addition to internal use, but a
douchc is not at all necessary. A few
dissolvcd in the mouth daily will be suf
ficient. Dr. Ainslee says: "The regular
daily use of Stuart's Catarrh Tablets
taken internally will cure the whole ca?
tarrhal trouble without resorting to the
lnconvenience of a douche or an jn
They seem to give a healthy tone to
the whole mucous membrane, and it ls
really remarkable how soon they will
clear the h.nd and thront of the unna
tural and poisonous catarrhal secretion.
Stuart's Catarrh Tablets are undoubt
edly the safest. most palntable and cer?
tainly the most elficient and convenlent
femedy for any form of catarrh.
signed, and John J. Winiams made
1899. Twelfth meeting, Pulaski. Nine
ty-two camps. Stith Bolllng Comman-t
1900. Thirteenth meeting Staunton.
Nlnety-five camps. RIchard L. Moring.
1901. Fourteenth meeting, Petersburg.
Thomas W. Smith, Commander.
The questions to arlse at the meeting
at Wytheville this week will be of vltal
Interest to the ex-Confederates of the
State, and the sessions of the Camp will
be lively with brilliant dlscusslons at
times. Capt. Thomas Ellett, of this city,
who is the faithful adjutant of the body,
and the right courier of Commander
Smith has been dillgent in making his
Fulton, the gallant captain of the Wythe
Grays, and a noted lawyer, will deliver th_
address of welcome on the part of Wil?
liam Terry Camp, U. C. V.. of which he
is commander. This will be responded
to by Judge George L. Christian, of your
The ffrst night will be given to tha Sons
of Veterans. and the Charlie Crockett
Camp of Sons of this place, has arranged
an inviting programme for the visiting
Sons and sponsors. E. Lee Tnnkle, a
well known young lawyer, and treasurer
of Charlio Crockett Camp, will deliver
tho address of welcome to the Sons,
which will be responded to by the divi?
sion commander, Assistant United
I fi_- KJI\Jr\LHl-J *_.-_i*__ v?i_i
States District Attorney John C. Blair,
son of the late Attorney-General Frank
S. Blair, will make the address prcsent
ing the sponsors and maids of honor of
the Sons to tho. Grand Camp. The ad?
dress of the evening will bedelivered by
Circuit Judge Robert C. Js--kson, who
will speak about forty minutes.
SPONSORS AND MAIDS.
The sponsors and maids of honor for
the Virginia division of Sons of Veterans
will be entertained by the Wythe Gray
Chapter, Daughters of the Confederacy.
They are as foliows:
Sp'onsor-in-chief? Miss Sue Peyton Kent,
Maid of Honor in Chief?Miss Mary
Rogers, of Roanoke.
First Congresslonal District?Sponsor,
Miss Annio Osborne Ficklin, of Freder?
icksburg; Maid of Honor, Miss Fannie
Bruce Beale, of Fredericksburg.
S-c-nd District?Sponsor. Miss Margaret
Wilson. of Norfolk; Maid of Honor, Miss
Alice Old. of Norfolk.
Third District?Miss Louise Walthall,-of
Richmond; Maid- of Hon.r, Miss Rose
Mayor. of Richmond.
Fourth District?Miss A.nnabelle Powell,
of Emporia; Maid of Honor, Miss Minnie
Mallory Chambliss, of Emporia.
Seventh District?Miss Eliza Armlstead
Lippett. of Berryville; Maid of Honor.
Miss Lila Washington Willis, of Clarke
Eighth District?Not yet appointed.
Ninth District?Miss Minnie B. Spiller.
of Wytheville; Maid of Honor. Miss Dora
II. Williams. of Goorg.M.
Tenth District?Miss Margaret Toung
Tirnberlake, of Staunton; Maid of Honor,
Miss Elizabeth Burwell Jones, of Staun?
No sot programme has been arransred.
and after the first day's session the body
itself will arrange the order of its bus?
iness and its hours of business.
The parade of veterans will take place
William Terry Camp has been fortiti
ti'ite in. securing the cadet band of the
Virginia Polytechnic Institute. of Blacks
linrg. which will render the music dm-ing
'the session of the Grand Camp.
The rriost important business to come
before the Grand Camp will be, of course,
the report of the History Committee, but
there will be a great many other mat?
ters of considerable moment to be con?
sidered, and which will enhance public
interest in the sessions of the body.
One of the leading and mo?t attractive
features of the occasion will be the re?
ception which will be tendered the vet?
erans, sons of veternus, sponsors and
maids of honor by the Wythe Gray Chap?
ter of the Daughters of tho Confederacy.
This function will take place in the new
county courthouse on Thursday eveni.ig,
October 2Cd, the hours being from 7 to
II o'clock. Tha reception committee con
sifJts of the president and ex-presidents of
the chapter and the widows of prominent
Cc nfederates. Tt is expectod that this
will prove one of the most enjoyable fca
tures of the meeting.
.Viuong the private entertaimnents to
ba given will be a reception to the Daugh?
ters of the Confederacy, sponsors and
maids of honor by Mrs. Emma Terry,
widow of General William Terry, one of
tht> commandors of the Stonewall Brl
gade, and after whom the camp here was
named; Mrs. A. B. Green. widow of Ma?
jor and cx-Stale Senator .Toel C. Green,
and Mrs. Frank IT. Terry. a daughter-in
law of General Terry. This will be given
at their home, on Washington Street,
i on Wednesday afternoon, from 3 to 5
| An entertaining feature of entartain
ment will be the rendition of a number of
war songs, led by Acting Quartermaster
of William Terry Camp Frank M. Lind
amood, who was tlie sallant color-ser
I gea-d of the Fifty-first Virginia Regiment
j during the war. with a chorus of forty
wrll trained voiccs.
The officers of William Terry Camp,
all of whom have been active in the
preparations for the meeting. are: Com?
mander John H. Fulton*. iirst lieutenant
Icctimander, Captain Charles- Bumgard
! ner: second lieutenant-comrnander, Judgo
'.Samuel XV. Williams: third lieutenant
i cjmmander, Colonel R. E. Withers; ad
jKtant, J. J. A. Powell: surgeon. Dr. San
luel R. Sayers. Sr.; chaplain. Rev. Aiex,
"Pl.illippi, D. D.; quartermaster. Major
Joseph C. Sexton; sergeant-major, James
N. Coley; treasurer, Colonel W. O. Moore;
color-serseant, Frank M. Lindamood.
A list of the sponsors and maids of
honor and the division inspectors who
amointeil them follows:
For the State at large. appointed by
I Grand Commander Thomas W. Smith?
Sponsor. Miss Cornelia Irby Bolling. of
i P.-t.-isburg; maid of honor, Miss Mary
Wrmn Jordan. of Suffolk. . .
First District. by Colonel John G. Ewell,
of Bortrand?Sponsor, Miss Virginia Mc
Catidish. of Saluda; maid of honor. Miss
Grace Pinkard, of Rehoboth Church.
Serond District. by Colonel XV. H. Stu?
art. of Portsmouth?Sponsor, Mrs. Wash
iugton Taylor. of Norfolk: maid of honor,
Miss Margaret Wilson Reed, of Ports?
Third District, by Colonel John Lamb,
of Richmond?Sponsor, Miss Bessie Aylett.
of Ayletts; maid of honor, Miss Agnes
Drewry, of Centralia.
Fourth District, by Dr. Edward Moyler,
of Petersburg?Sponsor, Miss Mary Bur
nett Claiborne, of Petersburg; maid of
honor, Miss B. Grace Booker, of Amelia
Fifth District. by Colonel J. M. Neal. of
Danville?Sponsor, Miss Ethel Lipscomb.
of Danville; maid of honor. Miss Lucy
Fcntaine Dabney, of Chatham.
Sixth District, by Colonel James Feath
erstone, of Lynchburg?Sponsor, Miss Nel
lie Martin, of Lynchburg: maid of honor,
Miss Lula Edmondson, of South Boston.
Seventh District, by Colonel R. D.
Funkhouser, of Maurertown?Sponsor,
Mrs. Louise Fletcher Green, of Gaines'
Cross Roads; maid of honor, Miss Maude
Littlepage Kennedy, of White Oak.
Eighth District, by Colonel John A.
IToltzman, of Jeffersonton?Spon_?or, Miss
Esther Lee Holtzman. of Jeffersonton;
maid of honor, Miss Minnie Mlllet Arm
strong, of Waterloo.
Cold feet and hands indicate poor
circulation of the blood and a ner?
vous predisposition to take Cold.
Most Coids start with checked
circulation, known by a chill or
shiver, cold feet and hands.
The use or ' * 77 " starts the. blood
coursing through the veins, the ex
tremities warm up, and the Cold is
Dr. Humphreys' " 77 " consists
of a small vial of pleasant pellets?
fits the vest pocket.
At all druggists, 25 cents. ormailed. on re?
ceipt of price. Doctor's book mai e_ f.ee.
Hnmpbreys' Homeopathic Medicine Co.,
corner Wiliiam and Jjhn streets, New York.
Ninth District. by Colonel Samuel W?.
Williams. of Wytheville?Sponsor, Mi3S
Sue Fiper Wells. of Wise; maid of honor,
Miss Belle Fierce Litchfield. of Abingdoi.
Tenth District, by Colonel J. Scott
Moore, of Lexington?Sponsor. Miss Jos~
ephlne Stephenson. of Monterey; maid of
honor, Miss Nannie Sterrill, ot Hutt, Va.
Magruder-Ewall Camp to Erect Head
stones And Build a Monument.
(Special Dispatch to Tho Times.)
WILLIAMSBURG, VA., October 18.
Magruder-Ewelt Camp of Confederate
Veterans held an enthnsiastic meeting last
night. They ordered headstones for the
unmarked grave3 in Cedar Grove Cem
etery, and set on foot a scheme for raia
ing several hundred dollars for the pur?
pose of erecting a monument on Talaco
Green to the Confederate soldiers ot
James City county and the city of Wil?
It is the desire of the camp to enclose
the monument. when erected. with a ncat
Iron fence. The location wiU be near or
opposite fhe famous old Wythe house, in
hc ctnter of the green.
Mrs. 1.. W. Lane,_Jr., wife of Colonel
I. W. I.ane. of the Governor's staff. who
has been critioally HI, ls better to-day.
and is considerid out of danger by her
physician. This will bo gratifying news
to tho friends of Mr. and Mrs. Lane.
One to Be Unveiled in Holljfwootf
on Saturday Next, Preaen- ,,
ted by the Daughters.
The "soldiers* section'* ln. Hollywoo*
Cemetery will be the scene oC _e__UXul
and impresslve ceremonies nest Satur?
day afternoon, when the mo__n___t
erected by the Dabney H. Maury Chap?
ter of the Daughters of the Cc__?d<*____*;
of Philadelphia will be unveiled.
The arrangernents for tha e_e_cUe? ttaiaa
been placed in tho hands of tha HoUgr
wood Memorial Association.
Mrs. James T. Halsey, of Phlladelphi*.
the honorary president of the D___-*jr
Maury Chapter, accomp_nied by bar Ut
Ue daughter, who will uaveil the m?__
ment, and little Miss Miller, will arrt-*
Thursday night. They wiH be the gu?_U?
of Colonel aud Mrs. Fraracis U. BoyWn.
Mrs Turner Ashby Btythe. th? presldaa.
of the Chapter. will also arriv_ Thuxe
day and wiil be the guest of Mrs. Jo_epl_
Twenty or more ladies are coming t_
a party from Philadelphia, Germaato-wra,
and Wilmington, Delaware. These also
will be entertained in private homes ot
The Dabney Maury Chapter has 9a
cured a_ orators for the occasion suc*
distinguished men as General FlUhugh
Lee. Dr. Thomas Nelson Page. Colonel
A. IC| McClure, and Hon. John Cadwa
lader, of Philadelphia.
At the cequest of Mr3. Halsey. the
Hon. J. Taylor Ellyson will* be master
of ceremonies a_ Hollywood. Mrs. Hal?
sey has also reo^iewted Governor Monta?
gue to be present to represent Virginia.
North Carolina and Alabama aro ex
pected to send representatives.
It is expected that the parade will be
most imposing. All of the Confederate
and military org_ni_atlons have been
invited to participute. At the request of
tlie Hollywood Association, Lee Camp of
itichmond wkll have charge of the pa?
rade. which wtll be conducted as on
A special committee has been appointed
from Lee Camp to receive the duttla
guished gentlemen who- take part ln th_
exercises. That committee Is compo?ed
as follows: Coloa.r Areher Anderson.
chairman; Messrs. Virginius Newton, G.
XV. Baughman. A. S. Buford, Joseph
Bryan. John XV. Gordon and J. Taylor
The exercises will be coaducted at
3:30 P. M. from the speakers' stand near
Pickett monument. the speakers facing
Jmarf Clothes for &$ell %)ressad Men.
keep in re
for 1 year.
OOTFSTERS TO MEN&BGYS. 8?&iR0AD STS_
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Great values are beyond most dealers. Just here is where _? The Hub"
comes in. Its usefulness to Richmond proves wonders. The enormous stocks
of the finest made garments?garments that stand for years. Made by the best
tailors in America.
Men's Hobby" Sale on Saturday of Almost
a Whole Gity's
UNDERPRICED QUICK for reasons
will be ready, and a year's warrant with
Men's Suits of the very best quaiity
Cheviots, Cassimeres and Unfinished
Worsted, made and
tailored like custom
work, a suit. i&S&sa'XJ'' _.
Men's Suits in all the extreme novel
ties, Blacks, Blues
and Fancy Cheviots
and Cassimeres, suit,
not easily understood; but the clothes
every garment. Here are sample prices:
| School suits and Sunday suits for
j children in all the new fancy patterns
and blacks or blues. that
are extra values at $4.00,
Men's Suits that are
fit, wear and styles
ment large enough
to meet all taste, a
in navy blue
One of our specials
Men's AU-Worsted Suits
serges that could not be
sold for less than $15.00,
'Another of the specials that has
caused the people of Richmond to re?
member the Hub for years is the
suit for men made of
All-Wool Heavy Cassi
rnere at, a suit. wj%J&
Men's All-Wool Cheviot andCorduroy
Pants, to fit any man
from 30 to 48 waist meas?
ure. this season, a pair, ?*}_/ SL ?
Children's Suits, made of the best
quaiity materials and workmanship,
not equaled in suits that
retail in other stores for
$7.50, a suit.%l*^J?
Children's All-Wool Knee Pants, ages
3 to 17 years, that are sewed with the
best of linen thread to give A r\
hard wear for school pur- /l X/**
poses,a pair.... jtv_7w
Men's Pure Fur Derby Hats in all the 1%
| new shapes for fall and win- fJfX
ter wear, and guaranteed fast / \mF
color, each . . I _xw
Our Regal Hats for men are in all the
new blocks, and stock guranteed
to equal the best $5.00
\ hat. Come and inspect
them. Our price.
Our stock of Heavy Weight Under?
wear is compiete in fleece lined
and flat goods in all
grades from, a garment,
Men's Neckwear in all the extreme
patterns and shapes, nobby four-in
hands and large English
| squares. A stock that's a
pleasure to look at........
Children's Suits, made of
best quaiity Wide Wales Serge, and can
not be bought in other
stores for less than $6.00.
Our price as specials.
Men's Stiff Bosom Fancy Q Q
Shirts, in fifty different pat- XX/^
terns, that retail for $1.50, for L/vJW
Men's Suspenders made Guyott style
and guaranteed to wear. The same
| goods you have been
paying 25 cents for. This
the very j week.......
Men's Handkerchiefs in fancy
borders and solid white, full size
and fast color, 10c quaiity.....
Men's Sox in brown and black, p?
full regular made and searaless, Wf*
12><c quaiity. .%/V
Agents Norfolk and New Brunswick Uunderwear and Curtis Brand Coliars md Ciffi.
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