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A FRIDAYSPECIAt IN LONG GLOTH. fill? piecea this morning at $ |,25 eft-h Twolve yards in eacli pioco and a flno soft finished cloth. The folks that get in early will find it on tablos in front of the white goods department. Afraid lato comers won't find it at all-dollar and a quarter is a very littlo price for tliij. cloth, While Plpue 25c Yard, Worth 40c. Not'oniy. worth It, but wouid have coat you ftfrfy'' cents If we hadnt got hold of an. Importnr, who hnd overstocked hlmself on tho most pop? ular pattern of Piquo thls spring?a Bmall-slzed cord. Ho wnB glad to un; load some nt a sacriflce. While Irish Linen Suiling, Heavy wetghts an_ nlnety Inohes wido?thlnk of that for width and IU boon no eaBy matter to got thla linen elthor. Lota of people been asking for It. Couldn't get suoh a heavy weight as we have. Dollar a yard. Corset Bargains To-day $2.00 to $3.50 Goods for $1.00 Broken sizes of O. B. Kabo, W. B. and P. D. Corsets that are first class in every xxay excopt they're not new models?and overy body is not looking for the latest modol when such price savings are offered. Any one of 'ein for $ | ,00. 00*000*000000060400**0*0** I Social and | 1 Personal \ t? ^ 0*000000000006000000000000* The weokly meeting of the Confederate, Bazaar Associatlon, preslded over by Mrs. Joseph Bryan, was held In Lee Camp Hall yesterday at noon. The mlnutes of the last meeting were read, after whieh the reports of tho secretary and treasurer wero presented, that of the treasurer showlng $4.5 ln bank to the credlt of the Associatlon. Thls fund Is mado up largely of ineni bershlp feea and hns nothlng whatever to do wlth the liulMdatll fund whlch bo longs to each table. In reports from the different tables, Mrs. Anderson gave the amount?$11? msde by tho Virginla tablo from the ex cursion to Wlllla-nsburg last Saturday. Mrs. Anderson nlso acknowledged a gift to her table of two ensos of champagne. Mrs. John L. EubR-nk dlsplayed tho very pretty China' platna whloh nre tho sou venlrs of the South Carolina table, and 'sald tho Charleston Chapter of Confed? erate Daughters hnd orderod oiio hundred nnd Oftoon of the plates. Thoy are bond? ed' wlth'tho. South Carolina blue and have the Stato cart-of-nj-iw In Uie canter. Tho Texas ta.blo has also gotton out very protty souvonlrs. whlch were -hown at the meeting yesterday. Theso wore stars cut out of oalc and wild ollve, tho lat tera forming the Stnto nnjno burnt in on tha polnts. tho Tam,. sen.1 on the center nf ono sldo of th? stars, anrt tho Inscrip tinn. "From tho Whlto llouso oC tho Con federao.y, 190.1." on tho other. Reports from all of tho other tablos were most sa.ls.actory. Mlsslsslppl hns hnd n handsome donatlon of 'plctures, re pre-onting Jefferson Davls' homo at rteauvolr, which aro to hc sold us souve? nlrs. The 1.03 Angclos Chapter of Daugh? ters of California has sent tho Solid South tablo sevon hundred aud flfty pacltagos of Callafornia poppy Reed. The pncltag.es nre to be sold. anrT can ba procurod from Mlsa Baughman, at No. 12 East Maln Street. A motlon made by Mrs. Charles Bolling ln regard to the appolnttneht of nddl? tlonal vIco-presWontB. resulted In Mrs. J. Taylor Ellyson belng choson from tho Confederate Memorlal Llterary Socloty nnd Mrs. lSdgar Taylor for the Davls .Arch Assoclatlon. A motlon Introduced by Mlss Kato Ma? son R'owlarid agalnst tho use of souvonlr horseshoes made from tho Confederate warship, the Vlf-rlnla, and labelled' Mer rimac, wns tabled, tlio called vote show? lng a largo majorlty opposing tho resolu tion. A report that n wheel of fortune wouid be purchalfed by-somo ono ofthe tables for tho ''app'roaclilng Confederato Bazaer having come to Mrs. Bryan's ears, she took tho opportunity to announco to the chalrman of each tablo that no wheel pf fortune wouid be p.rrhlttod" at the ba? zaar. The secretary was Instructed to ?wrlte letters of sympathy to Mrs. Stophon Putney ond to Mrs._M, E. Snelllngs, Mrs. Putnoy bolng now at Woodberry Forest wlth her son. who hns been serlously injured, and Mrs. Snelllngs having been greatly afflicted In the loss of her bro? ther, Mr. Culllngworth,. A letter was read from Mrs. Randolph, referring to the serlous illness of Mlss Clclland Randolph. her daughter. Tho eecretary, on behalf ot tho Associatlon, wns also desired to wrlte to Mrs. Ran dolph. ln a letter wrltton to Mrs. Bryan, Mrs, Putney stated that she hoped to bo nble to brlng her boii, Mr. Putney, to Rloh? mond In about a week, If he continued to Im'prov*. The chairmon met Mrs. Bryan lost afternoon nt 4 o'clock tn attend to the spaclng and posltlon of tho different booths. Mrs. Wade. of the restaurant table, contlnuoB to havo only pleasant things to onnounce. Yeaterday sho sald that Mr. Mnc-Bta had promlsed her nll the china nnd silver necessary to be used for tho supper whlch tho restuurnnt has engaged to furnlsh tho Conference on Education the nlght of April 83d. Mr. Moestu of? fered, moreoveri to send hls head walter, for thut occaslon to iisslst Mrs. WikIc. nnd promlsed Ihnt he wouid look in hlm. pelf to see. thnt evorythlng mlght be ln order, Mrs. Wade has recolved a ilnna order. Mrs. Wnd'e has rpcelved a dona? tion fif coffee put up In cans from a Hos ton house, and wlll sell tho same for the benefit of the restaurant. Mrs. Da Bhiell, of tho Loulsiana tnble, received a letter of substanUal cncourflgetr.ent from Mrs. D. A. H. Vaugl.t. ot Loulsiana, whlle in tho meeting yesterday. F)nal Lecture. Tlje nnnl lectiira In tlie serles glven under the auspices of Mrs. Edward N. Calls_li was delivered at the Joffersou Club yesterday nfternoon by Mlss Auns paugh. Her subject was Mrownlng's dramatic monologue, "Fra l-lppo Uppe." In order to glve tho audlenco a true perspec.tlve of tlv> artlut, Mlss Auns i>augh recalled the condltions of llfo, thought nnd art whloh exlsted during the flrst years of the nft-.nth rentury. Hho explalned tully the rank and the work ot this artlst; Ujrn gavo an unalysls ot <ho poem. followed by a readlng from tho monolo Kue. I f i At 6 o'clock thlB afternoon, In the par lors ot Mrs. Jamos T. 1'nrklnson, No. ?06 West Franklln Street, Mlss Auns paugh Wlll read "Saul," Browning's tfrarido'.t nnd rnost beautlful rellglous poem, a Measlanlc oratorio ln words. The audience Is requested tu usserabln early, that the readlng may begln promptly. Tlckets may bo procured at the door, ond the publlo Is oordlally in? vlted. Saturday Excursion. Tho Virginla exourslon to Wllllamsburg Saturday, Maroh 28th, from all present indlcatlons, wlll be both popular and well pntrnnlzod. Round trlp tlckets are only one dollar. The traln leaves the Chesa? peake and Ohlo station, on. Main Street, at 0 A- M., and tickets can be purchased at tho station. ? At WililnmBburg the ladies of Bruton Churoh Ald Socloty wlll serve sand wlohos and coffoo for twenty-flve cents, or a more clabornto lunoheon for flfty cents. A commltteo from the Wllllams? burg Daughters of the Confederacy wlll meet tho traln nnd show visltors to points of lntorest. f In order that the Wllllamsburg Indles may know how to prepare lunch, those wlshlng entertainment aro requested to notlTy Mrs. J. Taylor Ellyson, of No. 10 East Franklln Street, or Mrs. Charles Bolling. ' The oxourslon wlll be chaperoned , by Mrs. Arohor Anderson, Mrs. J, Taylor Ellyson nnd Mrs. Oeorge B. McAdams. Confederate Concert. The ladles of Barton Heights. who are lnterosted In the approachlng Confed? erate Bazaar, to open In tlio Masonlc Templo Aprll 15th. have succeeded ln per fectlng plans for a splondid concert, whlch wlll be given in tho Parlsh Hall, nt t... corner of Barton Avenuo nnd Bat? tery Stroot, thls evenlng at 8 o'clock. Pro coods from thls concert wlll go to swell tho fund of the Solid South and tho Ten? nessee tables. lt ls to bo called tho "Dlxie" concert. Mlssos Mamlo Harrlson and Frances Dlgges, wlth Messrs. Conway Gordon nnd Dohman, wlll slng somo of the swoet old songs long lenown and loved In "Dlxle land." Mrs. Yonmnns wlll presont some of her Inlmltablo Sduthern chnrnoterlza tlons: Mr. Shepherd Wobb and Mr. Frank E. Cosby wlll vary tho ovonlng agree nbly by Introduclng a number of dollght ful selootlons on tho plano. A pleasant announcement ln connoctlon wlt_| the appearance In Richmond of the Musical Comedy Company Is that Ita leadlng prlma donna, Mlss Dnrn de F11 ippe, Is a slster of Stephon Phllllps, the grent Engllsh poet and dramatlst, whoso ."Poola nnd Frnncescn" nnd "Horod" wore brought out wlth such success a fow yenrs since. Hls slstor was born ln Rome, Is a flnlshed llngulst, and haa ap? peared wlth Mascagril. Another equally pleasant announce? ment for the lndlos Is thnt the produc? tion of "The Lady Slavey," by tho Musl? cal Comedy Compnny, has been marked by somo vory elegnnt creatlohs of the modlstc's nrt. Tho second scene ropro sentB' nn ovonlng reception, and openn wlth a dress pnrn.lo, ln whlch the cos? tumes nro very brllllant and offectlve. Personal Mention. Invltallons havo been issued by Mrs Mary Ooloman Waro for the npproachlnij marrlago of her daughter, Mlss Dal.y Scott Waro, to Mr. Albert Wlnfree Hank 1ns, the ceremony to tako plaoe Wednes? day evenlng, April Sth, 6:30 P. M, ln tho Thlrd Chrlstlan Churoh, tho Rov. Preston Av Cave, tho pastor of tho church, offlclat lng. Hon and Mrs. S. S. Slmmorman, wlth thelr little daughter, are spendlng a fow days at thelr homo In Wythe county. Mrs. Robe-rt T, Moade, of Potersburg, tho chairman of tho Arkansas tablo at the npproachlng Confederato Fair, at tendnd tho meetlng of the Bazaar Asso? clatlon ln ]__o Camp Hall yestorday. Mrs. N. M. Slbort.'of'No. 614 East Qrnco Stre,.t. ftft yestorday mornlng for Randlo man, N. C. whoro she will vislt her uaughtcr, Mrs. McFudyen. One of tho prott.est llttlo souvenlrs dls Played by the tables of the Confederate Bazaar Is the nppla-blossoin of Arkansas a nilnlaturo of tho Stato flowor. ? Ivovors of Mlss.. inV Johnston's books nnd tholr namo Is loglon. wlll bo much disnppolnted to know that. through Mlsa Johnston's l|| health, "Slr Mortlmer,' whlch was tp have beon brought out thls spring by Ilitrper Bros., has been delnyed Everyono ls full of sympathy and good wlshes for Mlss Johnston's recovery, She wlth her famlly, ls now at Nassau. Tho appronchlng marriago 1B nnnounoed of Mlss Mary Ell.n, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frederlck M. Colston, of Hniu niore, to Mr. John Boswell Whltehenil, of Norfolk. Tho weddlng Is schoduk-d for Aprll 14th, nt 12:30, In OhrLst Eplscopal Church. Haltimoro, Mrs. Irln E. .Tohson, of Phllndelr>hla Pn., Is vlsltlng her slater, Mrs. H. j,. j0D_ son, of No. 210 East Clay Street, Rleh? mond, Va. Mlss I~5ttl? Hatcher Derleux entertalned a number of her friends lnst evenlng at lhe home of her fathor, Dr' Derleux No. 22(1- East Marshall Street. Mlss Dorlotix wns asslsted' In rectlvlng by MIs. Bollo WlHInpham. A dellghiful evenlng was spent by all of those present. ? . . Mrs. J. Cluyd Ryari. hns returned t_ the clty from C.rocnvllle. 8. C., whe-re Bhe has been aoveral weeks on a vlslt to frlfnds and relatives. The lllness of her slster, Mra. XV. F. Tlllan, at Eniporla, luevented ho rretur. to Richmond In iiin.- to asslst In tho embroldory booths at Uie Confederate Fair. TRANSFORM IRELAND This May Be Result of the New Land Blll. JOHN REDMOND'S OPINION He Thinks It by Far the Best Blll Pre? sented by an Engllsh Qovernment and That Wlth Amendments It May Work Wonders. (Oy AaBoolntBil Preii,) LONDON, Maroh 26,?Eormer Congress man W. Bourke Cookran, of New York, wlll not bo able to bo prosont at the oon? ventlon ot Irish Natlonaltata to be hold in Dublln April 14th for tho purpose of oonaldorlng tho lrlsh land purchaso blll Introduced In tho Houso of CommonB yos? terday. H1b dootors aay ho mUBt not leavo tho warm ollmate of Egypt untll May, as hls lungs are serlouBly aftootod. and he wlll remain at Assouan, upper Egypt. John Redmond, the Irish leador, and other IrlBh members of the Houbo of Commons doeply rogret the faot that Mr. Cookran wlll not be present at the con 'vontlon. Tho lrlsh members malntaln the same attitudo towards the land blll, re servlng serlous crlticlsm of the measure untll the text la publlahed, and are awalt ing the declslon of the conventlon before oommltting thernselveB to a dellnlte pol John Kedmond wroto tho followlng: "Tho land blll ln many roapoots ls o. fnr-reachlng and lmportant measuro. It proposes a loan for tho purposo of ennbllng tho landlorda to be bought out to tlie ex? tent of a hundrod mllllon pounda, ln ad? dltlon to a bonUB, not to be ropnld, to amount to at least 12,000,000 pounda. - The blll does not 1111 all tho requlremenU of tho case.' It does not provlde aa good terms elther for the landlords or ten ants as proposed at the recent land con? ference. but It marks an en'onnom ad? vanco on any measure of its klnd hltherto proposod by an Engllsh government. It la the dlrect result of tho un ty of tne National movement ln Ireland and the National party In Parllament for th.^last three years, whlch led to the breakdown of coerclon ln Ireland and whlch inducod the landlords to como to the -arooltu on that thelr boat lntoresta lay ln mnklnff frlenas wlth the IrtsK peoplo, Inatendot contlnuing to confllot with them .ho land conferonce whieh ensued spoko ln the name of united Ireland. "'Regarding tho result of thls.--meaaure, I cannot speak wlth any certalnty. Its dotalls, many of wliich seem to me hlghly ob ectlonnble. are capablo bf l"-Provement bv dlscusslon. Tf thla measuro s?houW pro v do, as overy ono hopes, a set ement of the land questlon, not only,wlll a great oclal andtlnduUrial problem be put once for all on a sound basls, b"t1,t.wm?"Vn'" l ooneesslon to home rule, ln nns yer to tna united demand of all ctac Jr* innd ln tho nenr futuro, a certnlnt;,. "Unt"l the clnusos of thls blll areao tuallv in mv hands, I cannot, of course, * y whelhTr they wlll nctunlly carry ou t Z nrolect In view. Thereforc, I cannot "av to n"certnlnty If the blll wlll bo ac eonted bv tho Nntlnnn.l Conventlon whlch nXniWes in Di.l.lln April 14th.. Thls great W^m uv,t *Si^iS: 'irJ^^r-b^^^d.VHao^pts,, suMect to certnln nme.ndinents. lt ls qulto Itime the blll may be monUied h com rnlttee into such a shnpe tlmt it wlll en? tlrely transform Trclnnd. AMEND MARRIACiE LAWS Hon. Chas. M. Wallace, Jr., OfFers Im? portant Bill. A measuro of wldo Interest has been Introduced ln tho Houso .by Mr. Wal? lace. of Richmond, iri relation to dlvorce proceedings. Tho blll amends section 225S of tho Code, but tho amendment ls ln Uio nature of a repeal of that section. whlch authorlzes '1110 grantlng nt dlvorce from bed and board. The effect of tho blll, If passed. wlll bo to provent tho grantlng of any but nn absolute dWorco In tho ilr Wallnco, spoaking of tho bill, aald he thought lt would appeal to tho morn scnse of tho communlty. "lt ls intended to stop the dlvorce mlll; to provent tho securlng of oasy and oonvoniont dlvorces for trlvlal cases. Tho dlvorce from bed and board hns no good foundation ln our dny nnd country. It aroso ln a tlmo when the wlfo could not oscapo from tho cruol ty of her husband. Tho husband havlng a legal rlght to detaln her In hls custody. He could buo and rccc.or possosslon of her body ns if she were n. chattel. So, If he woro cruol, a wlfo bcater, sho hnd no means of oscapo; and the partlal dl? vorce wns then a rollef and a measuro of Justlce, ln thls dny, however, a wlfo may oscapo from hor husband, and if he follows her. may obtaln a restralnlng order to provont hlm from vlsiting her. This form of divorcn hns been extended to cases of desertlon. nnd nfter the do sor'tlnn has been continued for three yoars. a decroe of absolute dlvorce may be obtalned. Tho law in this way pro sents tho Inconslstency of soporntlng mnn nnd wlfo upon a trlvlal cnuso, nnd then dl'.orelng thom becauso thoy contlnue sopornle. Thls hns a tendenoy to do mornllze socloty, nnd It Ib surprlalng that no movo hns ovor been made to chango suoh a corrupt law." i Sergeant Otey at Home. j Sorgeant Jones Otey, who has been for | some tlmo at tho Vlrglnla Hospltal. whore h. under wont n thlrd operatlon on hls , lnjured llnib, hns returned to hls homo, I No. BU North Elghth Stroet, whero ho ; wlll be glad to seo his friends. RICHMONDERS . IN DANVILLE State Conference of Epworth Leagues Began Last Nlght. Tlio State Conference of Epworth I.cugue8 began lnst nlght ln Diuivllle, Tho delegates froin Richmond left on tho noon traln. Thoae who aro lu attendance are: Conlonnry-Mlsa Julla Hudglns, J, 11, U. Peay. Broad Streot?Mr. nnd Mrs. Ci. M. Bmlthdonl, Mlss Mjollio Johnson, Mlss Rebecca Morgun, J.\ll. Marshall. Purk l'luoo-Mr. Frnuh 1* W'olls. Clay Street?Mlss Myrtlo King. Unlon Btat.oi.-Mr. Walter WIUs, Mlsa Lula Barnett.. Mrs. Peers. And a numbor of othen. whose namoa Jiave not been reported, YOUR GHILD'S HEALTH Dependi Just as Much on Its Strength as Yours Does, ind You Can Make It Strong If You Choose. OZOMULSION FOR CHILDREN. Free Bottle by Mall to Mothers and All Who Wlsh to Try What It Wlll Do for Chlldren, OZOMULSION?THE FOOD THAT DOES Q00D. A groat responslbillty reste upon you lf you are a parent. You have brought a ohlld into the world. j Aro you golng to let lt "grow" llke Topsy? ' Or are you golng to plan tor Its future welfare, mental, moral and physlcal? Aro you golng to foster lt, care for It, develop it, aot tho part of tho oareful gnrdenor who, from tlio llttlo cuttlng, by. Judlalous cnre and fortlllzatlon, in tlmo perfocte the frul.ful and boautlful troe? " Aro you golng to study the quostlon of Ita food? If sd, the facts wo have to put before you will surely interest you. Hero is a ohlld. By Bcientlflc feedlng, added to an abundance of puro alr and exerelso, you can bulld up for lt a "healthy mlnd and a healthy body." By tho wrong klnd of food you can bo weaken that chlld's constitution aa to lay up for it a futuro of torturo and con Btant unhapplness. If parents could only realizo what n vast powor for good or evll Ues In thelr hands on thls very questlon. of food .we should nocd fower sanltarlumB, fower aaylums, fower jnlls. . It Is no place hero to glve detalled in? formation as tp chlldron's diet or caro. Thero aro many good books and maga zlnes which wlll koop the consolentlous paront well posted. But one thlng you can learn from the Information we have thls day to lay be? foro you. Tn sickness or health there ls no food, natural or nrtiflclal, whlch, weight for welght, or drop for drop, wlll do your chlld, In tnfnncy or youth, bo much prae? tlcal good as OZOMULSION. Thls does not mean that you must glvo lt no other food. It does not moan that you must ro placo any of tbo good, hearty cereals, vegetables, meats, eto., with OZOMUL? SION. It slmply means that whatever diot you may declde on as best adapted to your chlldren's constltutlon should be supplemented at tlmes, or nll the tlmo lf needful. wlfh OZOMULSION. Thnt Is to say. OZOMULSION contnlns bulldlng fnts. salts and othor substances whloh the tondor chlld body actunlly needs for the manufacturo of bono, mua ole, brnln nnd blood cells. OZOMULSION ls a BClentlflo natural food. It Is based on na*urnl noeds. i Tt comblnes the rlcbness of many dif? ferent foods In one. It fllls up tho gaps whlch nro llkely to occur ln nny mixed system of feedlng. lt Is a help. not a substitute. Tt Is a necesslty for all chlltlron. OZOMULSION, ns you mny know, ls a sclentlflo, perfected, vltall-cd omulslon bf lho purest aolected Norwegtnn Cod Llver Oil In combination wlth Gulacol. Hypo phosphltes of Llrno and Soda and Glyco rlno. Tt contnns nll the good propertles..of nll other cod llvor oll preparatlons, wlth many that nre ex-ftisively Its own. '". Ono of Its many advantages la Ifs ploasant tnste, nnd nnother Is Its diges tlblllty, both of' whlch rendor lt espe clally nvnllablo for women and chlldren. Your child needs OZOMULSION, Wlll liko It after trying lt a few tlmes. It wlll do It good. Plense mention rendlng thls In Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch nnd write to-day for tho FREE BOTTLE BY MAIL whlch wo wlll sb!.*! to ?"- address on request, to prove to you all the good whlch it wlll tlo. Addross OJ.0MUL9ION FOOD CO,, 98 IMno Street, New York, giving your namo nnd full nddiess?street und number?and tho freo bottlo wlll at onco bo sont you hy mall, prepaicl, to? gether wlth a beautlful "Babyvllle" Booklet. printed |n'colors. Resi ti enis of RIohmond can ob? taln a trial bottlo by oalling at tha Offlces of tho TifflM-Dlspaich or .MewsLoade.. MR. WILEY'S OOOD . WORK IN SOUTH An Institutlon Establlshed by Hlm at JacksonviUe. Florlda. Rov, Osorge II. Wiley returned yoster? day from a trlp to Jaokuonvllle, Fla.i whero hjwent by request lo asslst ln orgatilslrif a Chrlstlan mlBston slmllnr to tlie hlghly HUacOBSfill lnstltuto for mls slon work under hls ohargs at Nlnotoenth and Maln Btiwts in thla olty. Mr, Wiley Wna ablo to savo thom sottlo serlous mlstakos and to oaaure tlmm that as soon aa tho people understood that 11 waa a prnotioal onarlty Ita siipport wuld bo asB.nod. The Florlda Tlmoa-Unlon of Tueadny, Maroh 24th, aayai "Qrcat suoceas la bolng mot wlth ln tho ,03tiubllBhinont of tho Contral Clty Mlssion ? of . the Methodlst Eplaoopal Ohuroh, Bouth,.In Jacksonvllle. To nld In tho success of this work Ilov, Goorgo H. WUoy, Buperlntendent of tho mlssion at Richmond, ls In the olty, and dellvers speolal addressea at tho churohoa nnd ut the missln hoadquarters here at 18 Clny Btreet. "La.it nlght Rev. Mr. Wlloy pro?ched,n atrong sermon at'the mlaslon, selectlng aa hla text, 'Tha Wngos of Bln Ib Doath,. but the Glft of Ood Is Etornal Llfo,'.. After the address a young man ln the oongrogutlon advanced to tho platform. and oonfessod reformatlon. Ricv. Mr", Wiley wlll remain horo to-day, and thls morning will conduct a rollgious 'service at the mlaslon, whieh wlll bo closed by what Ib known aa a questltm buroau, whereln the congregation are askod ..to aak for auggestlona. Thla evenlng Mr. Wiley wlll preach agaln at the mlssion, thus oloalng hls work hore, On> Sunday he preaohed three Bormona during the day at the ohurchea. Tho Contral Clty Mls? sion Is intondod to provlde aconter for religlous and phtlanthroplo work, ln the Interost capecinlly of a conaldorable part of the clty's populatlon that Is linreacho'd by tho churchos ln thelr regular work. Tho methods will be a blondlng of Y. M. C, A, methods with thoso of the Inatltu tlonal church, and overy line of useful and holpful work wlll bo undortaken that tho mlsslon's resourcos permlt. Among the foaturos arn a freo readlng room nnd clrculntlag library, a oharlty buroau, an omploymont bureau, nlght olasscs and the formatlon of a young men'a league and a young woman's club. Nlght clossen for Bible nnd other study wlll bo organlzed. The ofllcers of tho Clty Board of MIb alons aro as follows: Mra. A. J, RusboII, president: Mrs. D. A. Cook and Mra. Davld Thompson. vice-prosidents; Mrs. E K. Ortmth, Rocretary. Mrs. H. B. Rankin, treasurer; Mrs. Bunan Hartrldge, Mra. Charles Tlildrc-th. Mra. R. L. Har por, Mrs. W. H. Smlth, Mrs. W. L. B'.r tholf. Mrs, W. C. Fchrenbach, Mrs. VV. B. Scull." Our Home Bakers. To the "Editor of The Tlmee-Dispatch: Slr,?1 see from your paper of to-day that a "Phlladelphla syndlcate proposes to bulld n great bread plant hero wlth tho avowod purpose of acquirlng every bakory In Richmond. or -tart an oppo? sltlon business of auch mammoth pro pnrtlons that tho smaller follows wlll ?.ontually be drlven out" If thls la truo, lt ls slmply an outrage that shouM not bo tolerated. We all know that thero are a largo numbor of honest, hard-worklng peaple - hore who make a moderate Hvlng by the bakery business. and no man, elther rosldent or non-rosldent, has any rlght to use the power of wealth to ruln thelr business. Thoro Is no more honest or most useful class of cltlzens than our bakers. and they ahould be protooted. The people should rlse In thelr majesty nnd dlgnlty nnd put down suoh an undertaklng. I ?wlll bo one to slgn a paper not to buy an ounce of anythlng from suoh poople, and I hopo overy man, woman and chlld in Richmond wlll do tho snme thlng. I trust you can see yonr way olear to con demn such an enterprise and to use your Influence against lt. Vory truly, yours, FAIR PLAY. RJchmond, Va, March 2fl. Rallroad Notes. The Norfolk and Westorn Rallway hns annouced it.. Intentlon of putting In op eratlon even a fnster traln between Rich? mond and Norfolk. It is tho purposo of the company to make tho journoy In nn even two hours, and lt ls snld thls wlll be. one of the fastest regulnr tralns In Amerlca. Mr. R. S, Anderson, formorly trnln master for the Atlantlc Coast Line, has accopted a slmllar posltion wlth tho Rlch rnond, Fredericksburg nnd . Potomac. He wlll assume tho dutles of the now posl? tion on the flrst of tho month. The 8outh*ern Rnllwny hns Just. ro? celved f.fty-soven now frol/jht and pas? senger englnes, They wlll' bo put ln operatlon at onco, and It ls hoped an even better servlce wlll result. Mr. Llndsay Here. Hon. J. H. Llndsay, of Chnrlottosvllla. membors of the recont Constltutlonal Con? vention, is ln the clty 'and ls stopplng at Murphy's, Mr. Llndsay Is hero on prlva,to busi? ness and wlll remaln for a fow days. , tSnap Shots TJa/cen Sn jfcotel -?obbics "I have Juat roturned from a short bus? iness vlalt to my home (whloh ,ls tho only tlmo I havo boon abBont slnco Chrlstmas)," sald Hon. Tlpton D. Jennlngs, of Lynch? burg, last nlght. "Whilo tn-Lynchburg I, of courso, talked w|th many of our vlt Izons nnd wlth aomo from the countles o? Campbell, Bodfor'd, &0, 1 found tho Idoa prevulent thut thls Legislature was dls posed to ba oxtravagant. Tho sentlment was manlfoatly agalnst the proposed ap? proprlatlons for exposltion a arid- monu? ments. I met wlth very few poople who looked upon thls expondlture ot the tax pnyers' money wlth any qomplacency.'" Congressman James Hay, of Madison, ls ln the clty and was on tho lloor of the Houae yestorday, Tho popular leader ls horo on prlvuto business and to pay a vlslt to hls wife's relatives, who reslde ? |n thls clty, Vlrglnlans here last nlght werei Murphy's?1\. C. Slaughter, Orange; George 13. Jenklns, Norfolk; A, B. Qlll, Claremont; Rufus Owen, South Boston; A. C, Harpor, Norfolk; E, E. Holliind, Suf? folk; J, M. Joyce, Portsmouth; R. XV. Froy, Roanoke; XV. Llndsay Blbb, Nor? folk. New Ford's?C. P. Mahood, Lynchburg; Er. I. M. Bmlth and chlld. Palmyru; XV, O Whaley, Black Walnut; P. A. Wud _jc.ll, Cloveri Jamos A. Perry, Wlnglna; John W. Rutter. Portsmouth; F. T. Wll? lls, Vlrglnla. Lexlngton-J, ---? Hlcks, Staunton; M. R. Harrell, Wllllamsburg; 0. _q. Craw? ford, Fort Deflanco; J. S. Parker, Nor? folk; B. J. Hoffman, Shenandoah; B. B, \Anderso~f BJ.e~s.-|..e. Thirteen thouwnd ions were filled by the Remlngton Employment Depsrtments during ?*' ' theyesr 190a ln the cities of New York snd Chieago alone. Every city in Americs ihows a ilmilar proportion Good Pay' Remember thtt the tiser of ? low-prked wrltlng machine always wtnts t low-priced stetiographer. The best positiohs tre secured by the competent operator*. of the K^ & _txxi_txgt: on Remington Typewriter Co. -.;? j 706 Eoit Main Street, Richmond, Va. ANNUAf, STATEMENT FOB TnH TBAn BND1NO DJ-OEMBEB 81, 1002, OF%THB CON DITION AND AFF^fllB OF THI! OBBMAN AU.IANCB IHBOBAKCB? COMPANY Ol ,- NMW YOUK, 01tai.N17.HD tJNDBK THH IiAWB OFjTHB STATB OP NBW lOIJK Made to tiib auditob of publio accounts or tiib commonwbaltu of vr? OINtAi IN PUKRUANCB TO THB LAWS OF VIBOINIA. ? _...-?. t. . ..-?? nm.. ? Pretldint, WlM.IAM N. KHEMBB: JiattMamr\ClrABt.I*S 0.;.;SMITII: PrtoHpsI?'0_rlM UllEItT. "AND NASHAU BTHHETH, NBW? VORRi Orgaalaed or'-Indorporated, FBBKUABX 1807; Commonced Uuslni'ss, FEIIKI.'AKY B, 1BDT. (JAMTAt. Amount of capltal atocli subscrlbed...,..7.7...v..? _2R'?5S J3 Amount of cupllal Btock pnld up In caab. 400,uw w 10,000 00 2.000 00 25,000 00 "J-VOOO 00 _8,0O0 00 BONDB AND BTOOKB OWNED ABBOLUTELT BT THE t'ar He-crlptlon. ..XfiSJ' ~. United Htatea roglsler.id 4 par cout. ?*.?)^?0,2? United StutUB registerod 2 per cent.V. i&OOO oo N. Y. Clty Aipieduct reglstered BW per cent..... 25.000 00 N, X, Olty Schoolhouae reglstered 8V. per cant........ 70,00000 Atcl.,, To?j. & Santa Fo Ky. gen. nlorlgago 4 por cent.... 10,000 00 Atcli., Top. & Snnta Fo Hy. dobenturo 4 per cont. ..25.000 C.Mitrnl Ky. of Nuiv Jerstty gen. tuortg. coupon 6 por cant,. 10,000 00 Central. Ky. of Now JerBcy, gen. raort. reg. B por cent,... Chl., llurl. ttc Q11I1117 lty.. IlllnolK OIt. 8Vi per cent...... Chlcago A.Eiiat. lllliiola Hy. flrat couimn 0 per ccnt...... Mo., Kan; & Texaa By. flrst 4 per cent.:..:,... Northorn I'nclHc, Or.iot Northern lty. lolnt 4 per cent.... Oregon Short I.lnc, I'artlclpatlng 4 per cont. ?_'_2S SS Potnmjlvniilin U.r. Convorllblo (1004) SH P<><* cont. 80.600 00 Second Avenue- By. 6 por cent.?'????'. TS'SJS iX Southern lty. Co., flrst B per ccnt.:. 12*922 22 l.'tnh & Northern Ky. flrst 7 per cent. ?2'?xS 22 K.llson Elcc. Jllumlnntlng .Co? flrat 6 per cent..... J5'?1K 22 Kan. A Ilocklng Coal nnd Coke Co? flrH 6 por cant. 29,'VV2. ?2, Western Unlon Tel. Co., col, truat B per cent. 2,000 00 Cl.l. <- Northwcilern lty. prof. 200 ?hore?. 52*222 22 Chl., Mil. & St. Pnul Hy. nrf. .00 elurea. 50.000 00 Hneklng Valley By. pfd. BOO sbares. 52*222 SS illlnpls Central Ky. 800 shnrea. ,52*552 22 Pennsylrnnio By. 2.053 aharea. *?,r2x2 SS Keiisselner * Saratnga By. guar. 100 ahBres. 10.000 on Southern By. pfd. BOO Bhares. 22*222 SS Unlon Paclflc Ky. pld. BOO shares. 52'222 22 Central National Bank 100 aharc. 12'222 22 Nntlonnl Bank of Commerce 100 sharea. J ,JjTVJT Consolld.lod Oaa Co., BO ahBres. 0,000 00 ^'LF"..'.^.^!^.^0.. "."!!'?..?nt .".'""?.".* ?000,760 00 91.113.847 00 ?1.1W.847 M Oash .ln tho compaiir'a' prln'cipai office. 20 007 43 (,'neb helouglrig to tho company In bank..........'.???...?*,???;,??? " *;'l.*-*,'.'Vi.'?'_ Oross prcmlums .(as. wrltten ln tho pollclea. )ln course of coilectlon not moro than threo monthe due.....?'.v *. COMPANT. Market Valuo. | 171,000 00 10,000 00 26,000 00 77,250 00 10,000 00 23,000 00 18,000 00 18,000 00. 1,000 00 82,500 00 23,750 00 20,000 00 6,620 00 *I7,?7? OO 28,780 IX) 11,600 00 . 22,400 00 11,760 00 20,000 00 2,200 00 40.000 OO 02,600 00 42.BO0 00 63.400 00 148,812 00 20.600 00 46.000 00 42.600 00 10,600 00 80,000 00 10.000 00 103,803 78 Aggregate amount of all assete of the compnny stated Bt thelr actual value.... f 1,244,810 63 1IABIL--TEB. ? - " Oross clalms for adlnsted and unpald lossea duo and to become rt>ie...... W1.1B4 78 OrosB losita ln process of adjustment or In suspense, includlng ail report- ? ? ed and Bupposed loasoa.?.. <**'oc" w Net amount of nnpald loeses..?????.,*,.L',1'1 ',V.?'.'JiV*.V Groas premlum. received and recetvahlc, upoii. all nne? red_??,/???? ? 03.223 73 running one yeur or leas from date of pollcy. includlng Interest. premluma onperpetual flre rlsks. '.20.BSB.0B; uncarned premluma^ OroBa^premluniV"received' and'receVv'oVllaVupon' VlV iyMW'Ve^"*"" J1*** " running moro thnn one year from dato of pollcy,l-34.54_ ..1. un earned prcmlums (pro rata). j-j.wj gS_iifi.j^broW.T.w;? ac'essos brokcrs, on premluma pald and ln course of coilectlon._______. Total amonnt of all llabllltles except capltal stock and net surplus. ? J^,;2^ Jg Joint stock capltal actnaliy pald op I"_?".*?.*.?'.'.'".'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 403.B04 34 Surplus beyond capital and all other llabllltles,._, Aggregate amount of all llablllttes Inclndlng pald up capltal stock, '"*??' ??J |li244,810 63 surplus. .*. .' " BEOEXPTB DUBINO THE TEAB, Groas premlums and bllla unpald at close of lnst year. * 87'8-iQ p7 . ? 37.320 67 Crc^re^ .__^__!___. Deductair.BB'premluma'and' bl'llV Vn* C-urse' of' coilectlon 'at' this'date DL'iuVre^^ K.Ce^fSSK^ rr'oflt on0.ba1. oTiodg'cY nVseia'during'tho^ear'-Tef*bookrvaiue.'.'.I.?.._ Aggregate amount of receipts actually received during tho year In cash. DISBUR3EMENTS DUBINO THE YEAB. .^ Oross nmount actually pnld for lossea (includlng ^l.WX,^^^, .mun s, ned!i"cst ^^muf^cte .??..15Tffr 1.007 71 " f Uie last or of previous yenrs).?.* - $600,413 70 103,393 70 $ 802,084 01 f 438.105 01 100.022 111 24.000 00 100,225 49 }!?!? fof aa^lSffia*. oU^.tbefCch.f?ei'of' officer'.',"cierks, ? ?gent|i:and...ll other PnidTor^nl'.'a.'.d'ioc'n'i in.e.'in 'thia'and other'siate.'i::'.:"..V.Vv].*.* ???!% Aggregnto amount of actual OUburaemenf during the year ln caah. * 85..407 Jl BUSINESS IN THE BTATE, 0? TIBOINIA^ DUBINO^ THE TEAB- .10(,2?2?00 !Mnif? wrltten./.V.V V "! *?**.* *':* //.-?.?.,.?. 20,283 78 PromlumB received (groas).'.? ??.; ?'; ?; \\\ \\ \\\\\\\\\ \. 21.0*7 83 t^isHea iinld.'..'.*. . ?"??w M Lobhi'B liicurred.-.' * ' - ._ . . T^ wm. N. KHEMEB. President (Slgiind.) (Blgiied.) C. 0. SMITH, Sccrutarj*. Igtata.ef New ^^^j^gn^nwhetote 'CHABLliS BUGAB MILI.8, CommlsBloncr. W. W. HARDWICKE, Agont. 7 N. IWh Streeir Richmond Va^_ Tlantels Chandcliers Baths .ffirfj^aaaWBa^^ l [:? Hantels :PlMrnbii1g Tinnlng Gas-FittiriK Pasteur Filters In.staiitancoir. Water Heaters Qas Ranges QUICK REPAIR WORK A SPEC1AITY, Richmond Plumbing & Mantel Co. 26 NORTH N1NTH STREET. PHONE 636. Lf^aniW*'^^ ' h V FOSTM lESL,E M' F0STi:? FOSTER & FOSTER Undertakers. 307 North 7th St> Telephone 2823 Nesl-.w* 3289 M. ft. WHITTY, florist, Broad and ~li~~ tla. _ . Freah Double Vlolata. 90c hundr?a. Carnatlona, We- ?*wn- ?? Waddlna Deeoratlone. 13.00. JW Mills! Yes, of courso, we mannfucture them--and of the very best oon atruotlbnl Wo have bullt many a saw-rolll "during our' vast, exporj ?nce of over thirty yearel We know a gres.t deal about thom. We also repdlr fhem at roasonable prtoe.l Estlmates oljeerfully glven or malled upon'requcst, Richmond Iron Wprki., (Batab'd 1889. lncorp'd 1902.) 16th & Broad and ISth & Grace Sts. Richmond, Va.