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MILLER & RHOADS.
MILLER & RHOADS. WEATHER FORECAST.? Thursday fair. <gTYLISH SUITgj Not necessarily high priced, eitlicr, to bc exccptionally ?stylisli and drcssy. l-rlces start nt $10.00 for nn All-Wnol ETAMINE CHEVIO- In ladies* anfl Mlsses' slafcs. Good cloth, well Iftilor.d and ln all respeets a llne value for the monry. 2l-lnch coat with n belt; plalted skirt. pprfrctly-lniloroil PANNE CHEVIOTS for $12.50. Collarlcss coat llned wlth sntln; skirt wlth a deep Inverted foot plnlt. Nfw* lot of the $15.00 Chevlots camo ln yosterday mornlngr. Sold moro of them than uny ono suit we have. No won.ler, though. as lndlvld iiatlty of style, flne Ullorlng and good cloth have comblned to mako thotn the best vnlue at $15.00 to bc hnd to-dny. l-'ashlonnlilo MANNISH MlXTfRES at $20.00 havo tlio Norfolk styl coat llned wlth satln. Deep foot plnlts on tho slilrt, which ls made wllh the now flnro. , From thesp prices up to $42.50 you can get practically anythlng you want In a suit. New Coats for Your Daughter or Yourself. l<Mr little glrls between rt nnd 11 SCOTCH M1XTUHES. CRAVENETTES, MANNISH MIXTURES. ZtBELINES as low ns $3.98 ariu good values. RAG-.ANS In Scotch Mlxtures for $5.00. CRAVENETTES for $7.50 i double cape, mllltary eollar. KERSEYS for $10.00 In E-fown nnd Blue. trlmmed with blnck and whlto brald and velvet. MANNISH MIXTURES at $12.50, three.rpjartcr lcngth; trlm yenrs old therc's ZIBEL.INES, , IRISH FR1EZE, KERSEYS and med wlth gnrnet velvet and black n,nd gold brald. FOR WOMEN FOL-KS there'a TOURIST COATS at $8.50, of Scotcii Ml\tures, and for S12.50, blue, brown or blnck KERSEYS. Both styles -12 Inches long; good values. The best CRAVEN.ETTE Coat at $10.00 you ovor saw. Doubla box-plalted back. two capes. Demonstration A. A. Waterman Fountain Pen. Call ln and intrrvlow the Pen Expert from the factory. demonstrnting the A. A. Waterman Modern Self-FIIlor or Mlddle Jolnt Fountain Pens?the best mado. We, tnkc old Pcus In exchange, ut the booth. llrst floor. May Manton Patterns, 10c. each on sale ln our Trlmmlng Department. For Stuart's Monument. . Capta'n W. Ren Balmer, secretary of ihe Stunrt Monument Assoclation, rc porls ihe appended nmount recently re? celved: 'Cynes Keister, Strasburg, Va.$ 2.00 "C. H. C.," Clty.:. 2.00 Gcorgo W. Rady, Clty.-.. 1.00 J. C. Cookc Klng Willlam C. IT., 5.00 ' .1. G. lYItshire. Bult'morc. 1.00 W, H. Lee, S'.. Louis.K00 W. C Kcnnon, J3ublctts, Vn. 2.1*0 John P. Brancll. City.50.00 Toial .JisS.OO and lay delegates from Vlrglnla and a part of West Virginia and Maryland. The opening sermon will bc preachec by the retiring moderator, Dr. A. M. Fra ser, pa.stor of the First Presbyterlar Church of Staunton. Those who will attend from Richmond nnd Manchester nre Dr. James P. Smlth, clerk of the syriod; Dr. XV. W. Moore, Dr. McFiden. Dr. Cecll, Dr. Stewart, Rev. John J. Fix, Rev.-W. S. Campbell and Rev. P. B. Price. ? Synod Meets To-day. The Presbyterlan Synod of Virginia will begin its one hundred and seventh ses? sion to-day at 7:30 P. M., in Martinsburg. XV. Va. Tlie synod is comjwsed of mlnlster Called Home; His Wife 111. Rev. J. J. Gravatt, of Holy Trlnitj Church, ls attendine the Episcopal Con? vention at Roston, In place of Rev. F. XV Neve of Ivv Depot, Albemark) county who "vi'aa called home by ihe -ickness ol his wife. ?iri t-f The Times-Dispatcn wiil flnd himself or herseir puzzllng over tiii- j/-rplexing qU?sUo"?i after he has read the pas-- In the Magazine Sec tlor. devot-d to ti,e Uoings of the "Queer Vlsltors from the Marvelous Eand oi Oz. ' Ihe Woggle Bug, wlse man of the party. underlakes to answer all questions for his comrades from Oz. He has to answer one each wec-k. His answer is not print.d. Tlie reader Is left to discover it. , The pictures and descrlptlve matter make thls comparatively easy to the actlve mlnd. Both the pictures and the story are guides to the solution of the problem, and the quostlon admits of but one correct answfr. Tlie puzzlc-s require only ordlnary sklll. $25.00 lo Prizcs. J To stlioulate Interest in the vlslt of the people froru the Land of Oz. The Tinies-L*pa*.Cli',,wlll glve Twenty Dollars in cash and flve coples of Mr. Baum'fl [ntere$__*-^-*t>bii_ -'The Marvelous 1-and of Oz." each month to those of its read. ers who send'in correct or nearly correct answers to the questions put to the *,Vog-jlt- Butc by hls companlons. " jio 6 ..,,. i;,,. yn-atcsl iiiiuii'fci* ui eoiTCt't miswoni. tor we ne?t largftiSt iiiimUot' "l eorruci an.wurti.' j,,: i,;> tnirU lut?c-* iiuinti_r "i coneet anawcru. ,' j.,,, ,,.,. fourth lai_e.t number ol correct itimworu. '" ;j ,,, ;,,. ;:.,? I,..-.-, ;,..,.-.-.-i iiuinber ..f correct anuwurs (upok.;.!.',..[. ??,, l'oi the ? iym next larifesl nuiubera ot correet aiisworti (_:o cenlo)!" RULSS OF THE CONTEST. 1 n.i. OUT XH'K ABOVE COUPU:*,. Aiao the coupon to he found caoi, (Jav in n.mes Dl-iVatili untll tho end w Oct-bcjr, rJAVi-l VOUR COUl-ONlS ar JU ?? ),,,. ila> "i Ihe rnoptli B-IJU tli'-m ull lo inu WOUOLE ucu MJlTOli Tho ui -in-i-al'-u. JUei.inolid, Vu. V . ,;; i-i,./.l.ft Ull.l. HE HlVEi; AS KOl.l.OWH: 1 . b ?125 The iar*_a_? liuinber of corieot answers wlns. All coupon- for nny one inuniii wlll be consecutlvely numbered and must i,j plac-xl i" ""'?' envplop and arrsngt'ij |i, ihr- order of thoir puWlcal'lon only om: tc-upon pl Uie name daiq can fi. jilaced ln iho -nun: envulnnn .t ?M,rs fOJ Ihe ii.oilli.. "- or lf moro than one Indlyldua) sboulil;jiave overy coupon corroctly markod ?,,,,! properly arrenged. tlio flr-t'lirl-so would ho .livld.-.i Uetween tlio wlitiiere "ut ,7 prlzes wlll be n!mlla:ly? diMd.-d |q ca?o any numlior of poiite.Uwu- l/ava l, ? k-ipe n*itnbor.of anewera tli.it aro c.-(|ual!y .uirool. I,ut ro| aluiolutiily no Conte-tante need not v.**.-it. tno same enstvern on all couponM i--u. .j' r,,,- ..,1V one w?-fk. A difforeiu answor fcan be wrlileii fur ?..'h day; ln|( || j,?, ,,,,. .'.. vou are rlifht, you wlll. of courue, vrrlt- the same anawcr on all coupons w-u i lor any one Sunday. Remi'inbur. the |?rwe?t number of bprrec| aimw.-iH wina All coupons f?r nny one montll muiil I.e pla.-.'d In iht- ?0mo t-nvelono muV l,? l, ii., pfflce of The Tlmes.I.lsputeh l.y l? A. M. ut the 9d d-.y of Iho "o|lq5in_ TO REBUILD THE PLANT R. A. Patterson Company \Vill ' Put Burned Structtire in Origiiiiil Condition^ n EXACT LOSS YET UNKNOWN But It Is Fully Covered by In surance?The Hands Rc sume To-day. When the whlstle blows nt 7 o'clock thls mornlng tho hands employed ln fac? tory No. 1 of the R. A. Patterson To? bacco Company, at Seventh nnd Arch Streets, wlll re-sume operatlons In that portlon of tho building that oscaped the ravenous tlamcs whlch lackod liltlo of aestroylng the cntlro building on Tues? day night. In the structuro whlcli waa burned the .-?ompany had lts granulating department, but thls was ln Iho wing, and the mnln portlon of the building wlll be opened thls mornlng- und tho omployes wlll agaln take jp their work. , Mr. M. XV. Patterson stated yesterday Lhat thoy wero not greatly crlppled by the flre, and that Just as soon as tho nsurance was adjusted, whlch would be rery shortly, the burned buildlng would le reslored to lts orlginal condition and ivork would then be resumed. No detlnlto imptint of loss can ns yet be ascertalned, jut the lnsurnnco upon the stock, build ng and flxturos amounted to one hun Ired thousand dollars. The followlng is the statement fur itsheu by Messrs. Wllllamspin Talley and -ompany, by whom the Insurance was ilaccd: MAIN BUU-DINQ, NO. 2. Buildlng? Actnn. Insurance Company ....55,000 v Pcnnsylvnnla Flre .3,600 North Britlsh nnd'Mercantlle.. I,.i00 -$10,000 Machlnery nnd Fixtures? Aetna.$1,000 Vlrglnla State . 5.000 Vlrglnla Flre nnd Mnrlne.1.000 Queen.3,000 -$10,000 Stock?f North British nnd Mercantile...1.500 Atlnnta-Blrmingham. .1,500 Pennsylvnnla. 1,500 Prudentlal . E00 Phoenix .6.000 Commerclal Union .2,000 Firr-men's Fund . 5,000 Aotna.3.500 Atlantn-Blrminghnm . 1.500 Rnval . 2.500 Vlrglnia Fire nnd Marlne...'... 5,000 Virginia Fire nnd Alarine.3,500 Atlanta-BIrmiifgham . 1.500 Hartford . 2.500 Virginia State -. 2,500 Ins. Co. of North Amerlca.2,500 Rochester German .3,000 Aetna. 3,000 Citlzens .1.2,500 -52,501 STOCK ROOM, NO. 2. B'.illdinE.? Fhnenix -..'.$1,500 Pcrin.ylvanla . 1.500 -3,001 Stock? .< Cltlr-en-s....2,500 Fhoenlx . 2,000 CROWDS EVERYWHERE. Prominent Democratic Speakers Have Found No Lack of Interest State Chnirman J. Taylor Ellyson was well p'.ensed wlth tho outlookjin Vlrglnia, polltlcally speaklng, yesterdajv "Thls has been aVemarkafole campaign thus far," said Mr. Ellyson. "In what respect?" he was asked. "In the apalhy manlfested by tbe voters of both partles all over the coun? try. It ls as true of the Itepubllcaha As of the Democrats. There Is not much enthusiasm ln the country at large. No one can tell just what lt means. it may mean a great upheaval, or lt may mean lhat Hm? people have made up thelr mlnds aml see no occaslon to grow enthusiastic, "In thls State nll the well known Dem oc-ratio speakers have liad large and en? thusiastic crowds wherever they have spokc-n. They tell me so almost without an exceptlon. lt ls true of the ISastern Shoro; ln Southampton nnd other Tlde water countles; In thls clty on two oeca sions, ln Amherst, ln Northern Vlrglnia and In the Southwest?evorywhere, ln fact, The best speakers ln the State aro b'-'lng sent to the Southwest, and no offort ls belng spnred thorouglily to arouso the Democratic voters. "1 have just booked Attorney-Gencriil Anderson for a series of speeches In the Nlnth Distrlct. nnd other well known Bpeakers nre dolng fine work there. The month wlll close wlth gront bnrbecucs at Pulnski, Wythevllle nnd other polnts." FAIRMOUNT NEWS. Alrs.. Joel T. Turker has left for n two weeks' stny In St. Louls, vIsltlnB tho World's Falr. (.he wlll alv. vlslt her fither In Ken tucky, before her return home. AIlss Frutici-s AIcDowell and Alr. Andrew McDonall, Jr., of Portsmouth, Va., were t,h'J gueits of relatlves here last week. Alr. nnd Alrs. Wllllnm Jtlnrmtt and Ilttlo Mlsa Madcllnn Bllinett, of Sallsbury, uiv visiting Alts. Lonnlo ,Iamos, Alr, .loH.-ph Smlth, of portsmouth, Va., haa returned homo after visiting IiIh slster lust week, AIIhs Eleaii'.r Qoodwln has loft for Culpeper county, whc-ro sh? wlll leuch ncho| thlB wln trr. I.lttlo Allce, Pollard, who has been qulto III ut tbe home of her grandparciitH, Alr. hi.il Alr*. Bottom., ls ImjirovliiK. Alrs. .1. D. Laughlln, nt No. iniB Twenty soconil Street, is untortnlnlng uuite.a nunihrr of guests durlng Horse Show wo>-_, Those who aro wlth lu-r nro Alr. and Alrs. W. Qardn.r, from Newport News, Vn.; A1r. nnd .Mrs. IV. D. Major, fioui Farmville, Va.; Mrs. S. |5. Smlth, Alr?, K. U. Smlth, Maator ii.'iiimi.i Sinltli nnd Alrs. A, Xi. Chlldress, from Itlre, Va. Mr, Jainea Flood left Tucsday for N._.-port N. .s, wliero he his aceopled n posltlon In tha shipyard, Alr. James Watklns und chlldren hnvo re turned to (Holr home ln Hanover after spr-ivl lug -Hill- tlme- wllh frlends lu thls vlolnlty. Kf-nt, ?on <>f Mr, nnd Alrs. C. _J, Hughes, Ib ipilte slck. W. II. Burki-rt has rehirued from a de llglltfUl trlp lo Unltlmore. .Mr. Jutnis Kaliiey, nt potersburg, haa .r? turmd home nli.-r n vlslt t. Alr. und Mrs. J. W. Ruliu-y. Alr. and Alrs. ('.. ... Hugboa entertalhcil fpille a iiiiiuhi-r of frlMids ut u social u few fvriihigs ngo for Ihe hcncflt of tbti Hu|it.U ..hiiroti. Tbosa present wero Miss.. WIIiiut lliu.li-,, Pftiillna Duko, po|_y Slrl... Pterlou Whtt,-, I'.-nrl tl/ilin-, Mattlo I'o.v.ll, Maltln Jctci, Mlnnlu Arnold, dllve Arnold. --hrliisln Kk-Ii. Rosu Kim.. Alml.Mn. Wlnkei-H, ICulu lluglies, rjtntuylov. wiikn. _mi m.c*ki-_. Willle N6V._-.i_o, Jolm Keliey, Wllllo Ifllllard. Wlllle !).?', Wllllo lU-ck, Howard Arnold, I'civy Wookird. Walter Whlle, Alltch. II, Woo lard, Toni f .rneul, Cliarllc licntry, I'ery l-.ll|. lon, n i.iii- Hwarlavaacr, llurvi-y Hurtoii, 'J'om l-'lelds, Joe I'attiruon and many ..tlii-rs. QUIto _ nuiilbrr of young ftilka gntherc-d ut. the home of Mrs. Sni7.li Arnold a few r-ve miiKs ugo, aud pli-usantly spent thu evculni; |n i-Miiiin nml muslp, the procerrts of whlch v.ire for tln >,rnc|li of n worthy cunso. Those Who i i nb-liiuti .1 In tho i .ijoytucni. wire Al)s?cs y.-lllle llltt, l.ul.-i Morton. I'uttl. Terry, Hertlu. I'llie. (lin.-le llltt. Ilntllc Jet'-r, Reui K-'k. Mliinlc lliighct, l.'uhi HuivIh-s. |.||l|. KmI(. OllVi) HliKlies, SllhK.a I.viiiih, und Wll in. r lluahi-s, und Massra, ll.-i-l,ert Tucker, Jl-'iry w.,oi:,r.t, j..( putterton, aiiicIk-ii woi liucl, percy lOlllton. Pennie Dm-vlii, Tlm t'nr ni-ul, Wlllle Nowauiue, Torn Flolds, Hurve)' Rurton. "WIUI* K*ek, Hrm-nrd ArnoM, .Tolin Arnold,, Wnlter White nn.l Clnrenc* Amold, Mrs. Amold chnperoned the pnrty. Young Man Undef Arrest. Fred Schute, a young white man, was on yesterday nfternonn nrrested nnd piaced In the Henrlco county jall, charged wlth dolng business wlthout n llccnse. Schtite ls alleged to have. been golng around the county wlth a proposlUon of fcnlarglng phologrnphs and selling a plc tnrof rnjno wlth each order that he took; The practloo hns beconio a common.one ln tho rural dlstrlct, nnd Judge Scott, of the* Circult Court, hns more lluih once s.evorely flncd those proven gullty. Valuable Acquisition. Tho Valentlne Museum has Just recolvfed a completo sot of fllcs of the Richmond Hnqulrer, coverlng the "recOnstructlon period." Thls hlstorv of Vlrglnla, and p.lrtlcularly of Richmond, Is wrnpped up in the illes ot the old Enqulrer, nnd no set of volumes aro now more valu? able. Governor at Old Point. Governor Montague left for OJd Polnt nt 4 o'clock vesterduy afternoon. Ho spoke to tho Rallroad Tlcket Sellors'i As socintlon thore lnst nlght. and Went on to New York to' make u aerlos of speeencs for tho Democrntlc natlonal tlcket. Costly, Cuttlng Scrape. ) lt cost Ikey Shelton ten plunks to cut Carrle Walker, nnd he was glven slxty dnys bosldes by Justico John In the Pollco Court yosterday. Outlook Is Bright. The Third Dlstrlct Democratlc Com? mittee met yesterday afternoon and went ovor the local situatlon In detall. The members appenred plenscd wlth the out? look for Cuptaln Baiub's plllng. up a blg majority. Williamsburg Folk Here. Miss Martha and Miss Mary Spencer, Mr, B. Peachy, Miss Annle Bnrnes and several others, of Williamsburg, arrlved ye.-terduy mornlng to attend the Horse Show. Dr. Drewry Better. Dr. S. D. Drewry, of "Mlnooln," Chestor fleld county, who wns taken so 111 Sun? day, was conslderably Improved yester? day. HOSPITAL IS NOW PAY1NG VERY WELL Recent Reports Places Nice Sum on Right Side of the Ledger. Tlie Memorlal Hospltal Corporatlon whlch has had the management of tho hospltal for the past slx months, has Just recelved a report from lts treasurer, whlch shows tho hospltal to bo on a paylng basls, and that for the period from March to October the Instltutlon paJd the runnlng expenses and had left a. considerablc balance. The prlnclpal object in vlew when the hospltal was endowed, was that lndlgent patlents were to be treated, and that the hospltal was not to bo a money maklng concern for Indlviduals. It was also pro vided that all receipts above the ex? penses wero to bo put into what ls known as the maintenance fund. Durlng the period the corporatlon has had tho hos? pltal ln charge the trea.surer reports con trlbutions from citizens to the amount of $3,710. The indebtedncss of the hospltal has also been decreased to the extent of $3,923.17. The number of patlents treated durlng the slx months ls most gratlfying, there belng 0**G admltted, and G-l others treated who dld not remaln In the hospltal. Thla also does not (nclude patlents treated by tno X-ray department?a conslderable number. Durlng tho slx months there were 421 major operations, and the expenses, ex cluslve of Interest amounted to $20,023.05. The total expenses in the charity cases amounted to $3,SS4.Sl.ilt wlll bo seen that tlie amount contrlbuted w.is just $200 more than the nctual expenses ln thls department. It ls partlcularly plenslng to tho mnn ngemont thnt they hnve been able to run tlie instltutlon wlthout golng Into lebt, nnd at the same tlmo glve the best of servlco aml attention. Are Safe Remedies and Should Bo In Evary Homo. ln tho eompounding of my romedles and preparnllon Is concentrated the Icnowledgo nnd siic.cessful researchos of tho brightest modicnl inlnds thut the cuunlrv hus prodnced. Thore is n.ithlng experimentnl about them. Years ngo thoy passed that stage, and countlcflfl thousands havo tnstlllod that they hnvo found health through thelr use. Thero nro no "curo nlls" among them, hnt my llst of remodles contalns a sepa rute ciiin for ench dlscaso. That Is why llic-y uro cnlled home remedlos, or tho ''famlly doctor," us thoy are fronuently tertneii hy those who depond upon thom nb.si.liitely tn kcop tlio househokt in good lienlth.-MIJNVON. | Munyon's J'uw-I'nw Tonlo ls tho grand esl Htomiicli and iiervo -Aajilc. Unovrn. lt liullils up tlm nin-down, gives .Htrengt.h to tho debllltated, rostores. anibltlon .and enbrgy, mnkos old lolks feel young and Im- weak feel strnng. My Rheiimtlsiu Curo hns rld moro peoplo or thls dlstrcsslng disoaso than nll othor remedlos combliied. 1 wlll ruturn thu money to any rheumatlc whom lt wlll liot help. ICIcJney dlsease, ln nlno r.uses out of ton. ylelds prumptly to my Kidnoy Cure, -iiul Hrlght's Dlseuso Is froijuenlly pio ventf.'d by lts use, 11' vou aro constlpntod or blllous or :tte iioiibli.'il wllh hemliiclies arlslng from !i illnirilerc'd stomiioh, tuko a few dosos nf inv Puw-1'iiw l.iixatlvo PUIs und seo how tiuli'kly you wlll foel better. . .-. Colds, whloh come wlth "Iho rulny sce 3011, and whii'h frenuenlly end lir.-bian ciiltls, grtp und tlio morp doadly pneu monln, cnn ho cured qulckly and surely tt'lth my cold Curo. : , ? . Au,i theso ?iirpibiit a tow of my roine tlli'S., Why npf nsk your drugglst for my *'Ouide to llenlili," whlilr is free und whlcli t.-lls you how lo ltoep well. lt mny sa'vc you from n serlous illnoss, Kemeuther that nll of my remedlos are (ili.s.iluiely h'lirmless, ln taklng thom you . run im such clinnces ns you do ln Inklng ilrnsiln nnd riobillti.tlng drugs. I'liev inv snfe, Thoy aro _urc.?MUN vu.s". :-?;? _ Aliiiiyiii's Wlloli Haacl Tollet Prcpnia llons?Soaii. Kncu Qroam und T.iloum I'uivil.T -;iil diilniy aml. delk'alc; should I." use,) liv every woman of rullnem-iit md tii-tc. Mnke tho sklu soft wu vvivot. For -uio evory wliero, ???'.' '-.?? Qans=Rady Top Coats Are as exclusive as they are elegant and good-fltting. Gans-Rady Suits Represent the very highest class of taiioring. Gans-Rady Cravenette Coats Have created a furor even amongst Richmond best - dressers. They have a set and swing about them that stamps them at once as"different from others." Gans-Rady Furnishing Goods Are the same as you will flnd in the high-class New York establishments-?the only difference being in the prices asked. With Gans-Rady Qiothing and Gans-Rady Furnishings there is nothing moro suitable than a "KNOX HAT." All styles?Silks, Opera, StifFand Soft. frmJz F1GHI WILL BE SPIRITED Medical Society Takes Up Re organization Plan This Morn ing?Lively Discussion. SUPPORTERS ARE HOPEFUL Many Intcresting Papers Read Yesterday?Doctors Attend Clinics' at Hospitals. The second day's proceedlngB of the Vlrglnla Medical'Society, now In session at the Masonlc Temple, promlses-to be by far the most Interestlng of the meet Ing." The body devoted its tlmo yester? day to the hearlng of papers and dis? cussion of them. The doctors nlso spent several hours'at the Vlrglnla and Memo rlal Hospitals, where clinics were held. The society wlll meet to-day nt 10 o'clock ln the ball-room of tho Temple and wlll Immedlately take up the discus? sion of tho reorganlzatlon plan. Reorganization Plan. The proposed "reorganizatlon plan," as presented by lts advocates ls slm ply thls: He'retofore the society has been composed Of county and city or? ganizatlons and members of .these socletles have been prlvlleged to voto ln all electlonsj Tho supporters of.the, movement stntdV that wlth tho present system, clty organizatlons can readlly carry any eiection, owing to their large membershlp, against the county socletles. Wlth the proposed new plan the socletles wlll bo county organiza? tlons only nnd delegates to tho Stajte society only wlll be allowed to have a volce ln , the business sesslons but members will, of course. be allowed to \ enter Into discussion of a professlonal | nature. These delegates wlll be se lected In proportlon to the membershlp of thelr respectlvo socletles. , Likely to be Carried. Whllo the opposltlon to the movoment iii exceedingly strong, lt is pretty general? ly concedpd that afler a bltter fight, tho supporters of the new movement wlll car? ry lt through. Those who are hvoppo sltion clalm that the society has gotten along and prosperod under tho present system nnd they soe no reason for a change. On the othir hand the advocates of the movement clalm that the society wlll be materlally strungthenod nnd wljl necessarlly be more compact. Tho Amer? lcan SoclQty Is run along the same Unes as those proposed hy the reorgnnlzntlon adherents and they therefore nro uslng this as an argument for their causo, Yesterday's Session. On yosterday mornlng tho society met at the Temple and was Immedlately call? ed to order by tho president, Dr. Joseph Gnlo, of Ronnoke. "* Dr. Charles R. Ornndy, of Norfplk, conducted a symposlum on sorum thc rapy Papers were read by Dr. Grandy, Br. J.'S. Davls, of Charlottesvlllo; Dr. Knlon Wllllams, of Richmond, and Dr. howls G. Podlgw, of Lcntherwood. Tho papers woro llmlted to twenty mlnutes nnd the dlseusslons on them flvo mlnutes, They proved most Interestlng and sovernl of them wero highly spoken of by those thnt heard them. / At 1 o'clock tho society adjourned nnd tho doctors repalred to the Vlrglnla and Memorlal Hospitals, whero clinics wore held. , _, . Tlj'o body convened agaln at tho Tem plo atJ-l o'clock, nt whloh tlmo tho re? port on ollnlcs was hoard and .the papers road In the mornlng dlscussed. Tho at? tendance ln the nfternoon was not sn largo as mnny of tho doctors romnlncd nt tho hospitals whero the clinics con? tlnued. A lnrge number of pbysfolnns from oth? er Stntos nre hero and sovernl of them wlll rond Interestlng pnpors beforo tho bodv ndjourns. Tho eleotlon of offlcers wlll' bo hold on Frlday nnd Iho meeting wlll clos-j on that nlght wlth a ban quet. ? Entertalned at Luncheon. Tlm lndlos who nccompanied tho mem* Dpi-s of tho Vlrglnla Medical Society, were yesterday afternoon tonderod a dellghtful Vuuohbpn at I_ikesIdo Country Club. ?' The nffalr proved a most onjoyahlo ono und tho hostosses of tho occaslon wero tho vvlves. nnd daughters of tlie physl cinns of thls clty, The rooms nt tho club wero taatofully decorated wlth cosmos und' auiumn leaves. Thls was done'by Miss Fannle McGulro and Mrs. Kunlon YVUHtims. Tha dollghtful rcpnst was sorved on tho vornndn, overlooklng the lako. Tho pnr? ty wero convoyed to the club on two spe clitl cars aud 1'ttc ln the afternoon tho ji'iriy returned tp tho e|ty. - - . Tlio nffalr proved to be a most enjoy* ttble ono lu every partlcular, y\TTHI___r ?f .TltEATRES "Tho Sllvar Slipper," John C. Flsher. great mualcnl productlon, by the authors of "Florodora," comes to the Academy thls afternoon and to-nlg-h-t. Thls musleal comedy had a run of six months ut the Broadway Theatro. New York; elght weoks In Philadelphia, and four weeks In Boston. The costumes nnd sccnlc effects are said to bo unsurpassed In the hlstory of musleal plays. In send ln<? "The Silver Slipper" on tour Alr. FIsher dld not hesltate at expenses, the company numberlng 12S peoplo. . The whirlwlnd-llke "Champagne Dance." whlch Is one of the most Important fen tures of the productlon, was one of tlie sensatjons of the _s'cw York amusoment Bcasori, Miss Grantly To-morrow. In "Her I_ord and Master," Miss Helon Grantley wlll be seen at the Academy to-morrow, matlnee nnd nlght. Miss Crantley ls said to be ono of the most charmlng women of the stago, and her play Ih the one that made her famous. Her productlon here wlll be one of tho eventa of an unusually brllliant season, Jeannc Towler in "Iris." "Irls, the Plnero plny, ln whlch !_. J. Rodrlguez ls presentlng Jeane Towler thls season, wlll be seen at the Academy Saturday, matlnee and nlght. The play of "Irls." accordlng to many nf the best dramatlc wrlters who' have seen It, far excels thls famous plny wrlght's other creutlons, notably "The Second Mrs: Tanqueray," "The Beneflt of the Doubt" and "The Notorious Mrs. KbbBmlth." "Irls" has unquestlonably caused. more dlscusalon than any play that hjis been brought out for a long timo. It can truthfully be stated that AIIsh Towler has mado a great reputatlon ln the leadlng part. It has been said of her that wlth one bound, as It were, she loaped to the very front rank of omo tlonal actresses, followlnjj tho New York productlon of thls play. Mayor McCarthy at the Bijou. Mnyor McCarthy ,seems to havo done the BIJou Theatre a good turn when bo compiained about tho crowdlng of the theatre. "Foxy Grandpa" is fllllng the theatre',at every porformance, nnd Josepr. Hart ahd Carrie De Mar, as Well as all t.ho members of tho chorus, are dellghted wllh tbe reception they are receivlng. The fact that complnlnt was made that the bullding was overcrowded Is whettlng the Interest nf the public In tho produc? tlon, nnd crowds are coming at each per. formance. "Foxy G'randpa" wlll be presonted at the matlnee to-day and agaln to-nlght and for tho remalnder of the week. The Girl With the Wink. ., I_ottli. Williams, who comes to the Bijou next week, bcginnlng Monday, ls popular In thls clty, eapeclally wlth those of our people who nre famlllnr with the dutles nn.] arduous work of the clnss whom sho portrays. Thls ls tho thlrd season In whlch she has come to Rlchmond, and juch yenr she has always been greoted wlth un lmnic-n.se buslness. REPUBLICANS IN _?ULTON. Messrs. Hanson, Ryall and Tal ey to Speak There Friday Night. Mr. Georgo A, Hnnson, nomlnee for Congress, of the "Ins" fact ons of tho Republlcan pnrty,.- wlll opc-n hls cam? paign In a _p.ee hat Nelsen's Hall, ln I'Milton, on Frlday nlglit. Bcsides tho -undldnte, Mr. Jolm M. Rynll, presldent -1' the Central Trade. - and I_t)bor Coun n.l, nnd Mr. Bob.rt H. Tnlley, of the Rlchmond bar, wlll mako addresses. Frlday nlglu's r.tlly In tho beglnnlng if an 'actlve campaign, whlch Mr. Ilun Hon wlll malnla'n ' untll- November 8th, ipenltlnfi. in varlous pnrts of tho dlstrict, lle la supporlod by tho regiilur Ropubll 2un org inl/.'itlnn of the dlstr'ct with a very few oxceptlohs. So fnr no'jolnt do anie wlth Mr. Allen, . the rlvnl Ropubll jan nomlneo, has lioen nrrnnged nnd lono wlll be, tho enmlldnto nf thls fnc i'oii simply Ignorlng JVIr. Allon's cnndl Incy, further t.ban a brlef reference In lils stntement showing hls own regulur t.v. Tho Trnat-Hnmmii factlon has openod leadquarters ln Room No. 1, of the Hbnl llulldlng, nnd wlll dlreet tho carnna'gn ind send out llooda of campaign lll.ru .ure from thnt point, -, In tho Direulnt' nnnoiiiiclng -the rnllv it Nolson's Hall, t.lin voters nro Invited o "Como out nnd hour tho truth," Licensed to Wed. Tho followlng marrlage licenses havo jecn Issuod: Henry F. Mlller und Joscphlno A. Iiinw, Wnlter B- Anderson and Mary 1. Pond. nnd Marshall I_. Klrfoy. and Vlattle U. Deal, Thls popular remedy never Ulls to tf.f.luuily cure Dyspepsia, Coustipation, Sicf. Headache, Bi.iousii.ss And ALL DISRASES wlslng from a Feirpid l iver and Bad Digestion Tlie nnturnl result ia ifond appetlte and.olldIlt.sli. Iloscsmall;i.-l__uut ly sugurcoiitcd and eusy tu _wallow. fake No Siib.tiUite. NEWS FROM SOUTHSIDE Body of Young Girl Will Lie in Portsmouth Ccm etefy. THE CITY JAIL IS INSPECTED Commissioners Recommcnd Im? provement in Scwcrage?Per sonals and Bricfs. Manchester Bureau. Tlnu s-Dlspatch \ No. 1102 Hull Street ] Lllllan Hobeek, who ran away from her parents' homo, No. 218 Everett Streel, about threo months ago and wont to Norfolk, where sho dled, will remain In her grave at Oak Grove Cemetery, Ports niouth, until next sprlng, when her body mny be brought back to Manchester for relntorment. Pleasant Surprise. Miss Pearl Mcrrltt was glven a pleas? ant surprise party Tuesday night ln her home In swansboro, by a number of hor friends. The evenlng was spent ln the enjoyment of games und dlfferent pas times, followed by refreshments. Those present were: Mlsses .Lucy Quesenbcry, Sarah Redford, Vlrgie Cicmonts, Annle Barham, Josle Flynn, Berna Redford, Maudo Merrltt, Elsle Gary, Florcnco Moore, Katle Gray," Clara Sowcrs and Messrs. Thomas Morton, Alex. Mooio, Arthur Merrltt, Wllllo Barrett, Walter Clements, Joe Clary, Raymond McCan'n, Henry Wlrt, Ernest Pntram, Bornard Roblnson, Lesllo McCann, W. Turnley. The chaperoncs were Mr. ,and Mrs. IJ. S. Barrett. Jail Is Inspected. Judge Clopton nppolnted \V, H. Owons, R. C. Broadus and Dr. E. G. Hill Tues? day as jall! commissioners. They In? spected the Jall yesterday, and found it ln a clean condition, everythlng whlte washed and. in good order, owlng to tho caro of Clty Sorgeant Satindors nnd hls assoclates, In the commissioners' report, however, thoy recommended that some change bo made ln the sewerlng system, ns the present condition is rather 'un* healthy. Personals and Briefs. Miss Vaughan, of Klng nnd Queen county, ls vlsltlng her aunt, Mrs. C. W. Bumpkln. Mrs. J. G, Lumpkln.'of Fauquler coun? ty, ls vislting Mrs. C. XV. Lu'mpkln. Mr. ? Pqwhutan Pugh, of Petersbtfrir, spent Tuesday nlght ln Manchester. W. E. Gary, of Henderson, N. C, wlth hls two daughters, are spendlng tho weok wlth Mr. S. E. Gary, of No. 1106 Porter Street. J. II. Congdon, IU wlth typhold fevor, wus tnken to the Retrcat for tho Slck yesterduy mornlng, A coffee soclal wlll be glvon ln the homo of S. C. Nunnally, ln Swansboro', to-nlght for the beneflt of West End Methodlst Church. Property Transfers. Richmond: IJlnncho A. Dudloy and husband to J. P. Ford, 2fi feet on north llne of Park Avenue, |7X0, , Uraulte Mulldlngi Company to 8. II. Hoiiton, ?0 feet on east llno of Plno Streot, US feet suuth of Sprlng Stroet, $1,700. Wllllam J. Lcuke, spuclnl commissioner, to Maud Corson Uie, M 1-6 feet on south sldo (Jraco Streot, between Foushee and Aduuia Streets, -(1. Chapln & Hume to Ilen. F, Ransom, 16 1-a feot on eimt llno of Randolph Siroet, IS 7-lli feet north of Wullace Streot. Granleo assumoii Uen for *700, r*95u. Dorothy A. Mooru and wlfe to Murlo D, Moore, lot wlth stablo on nlloy, between i.uurol and Sluifer aud Franklln Streots and Park Avonuo, jl.'.'OO. \ Mnrlu 1.. Irwln'b trustee. to I.uther Martln, 22 foet ou wem llno .Second Htroot, between Jackson und IJtivul Hlroets, tS75. Luthor Martln to Mrs. M. 11. Vaughan, 22 feot on west Hlde of Keeond Stroet, between Juckmin aml Duvnl Streets, J'JOO. Mlldrod A. Oordoii's trustoo, to Mrs. Rosotta Cord roy. 28 1-2 feet nt norlliwcst corner of H/'Vorly aml Hueeh Streets, fSDO, llwulco: F. Slttordiuir aud wlfo tn Ilattlo Q. Allon, lot 17, sijuaro 16, Third Avenue, Clieut iiut Hlll, $175. T. }!<?, nnd It. F. Kplloy and wlfo to IH. A, nittiiton, .'10 feet ot norlhcost cornor Twenty uoventh and T Stroots. Gruuteo ussunu-. puymuit of llon of fS_5. $300. Martha Ann Sent' On. After a number of close calls Murtha Ann Taylor (eolofed) was sent to tho grand Jury yesterday by Jusllee John. She wius charged on thls dco'jslon wlth robblnjr VS'. '[\ Butler of IWO. Martha Ann hns llg ured ln a number of slmllar casus. but.liaa novor beon caught "dead to rlghts" beforu,' Theatre Case Continued. The cniio of the Illjou Theatre Oonvpany waa . ?al'Vd in tho Pollco Court yc.lerday, but il tho reiiueot of cimiiihoI for tlie defense, tha ?use went over untll lo-morrow, so tlmt he nlght bjoj-umo moro mmlllur with thu ordl iuiico lu rel'erenoe to tlio enso. Tho liljou Coinpuny ls ehuiKed with ovor ?i-owdiiiK tbo iiu'iitre, nnd ullowln. iiuiroui o oecujiy oiuceir ln' the aisle*,