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i*S<~_??_^^^^*^<w Social and !PersonaL Song of Nutting-Time. Tlie d:iy thnt we wcnl nuUlng? To ineniory how dear! Tlie imislr of tbe swnying bOVl.hs, Tbe west wind, orisp nnd rlcnr, ?LTpon Whoso wlng. wero wnfted The isecnt of splcy l<MiyC8. Blent wlth ft noftrr frjigtfance Of whent nnd bnrlcj- ulieaves, The dnv lhat we went nuttliig Blue *kle9 o'or->rc'he_ the wnys, And vnnlshed Stimmcr'- beauty Still liilri.. a luinntliiff hn.c, Too penceful e'er lb saflflen, Too lovely nnt to blcss? An nuroole o"er the future Of joy and lenderness. Tbe dny thnt we went nuttlng? Rare, goldcll nfternoon. Wlth thlstlO-drift n-flnatlng Like fllttlng fnlry shoon, There wns some spcll nround us Un fat horned of tlie -wiso; Its thrllllng power 1 folt. nlthough It haffled cars and eyes. Tho day that w? went nuttlng? We thought nlone wo strnyed; But one wlth fern sced 'neath hls foot A trlcksy v|.lt paid; Bcsldo our well-fllled bnsket Young Cupld trlpped-ln glee, And ns we borp our trensiiro homo IIo won vour heart.. for mo. -Samuel Mlntuni Peck, in N. T. Trlbune. Laird?Burwell. A wedding celebrntlon, ln whlch Rlch nioiid soclety was deoply Interested yes? terday, was lhat of Miss Mary Meado Burwell to Mr. Edwln C. l.alrd. Tho ceremonv took place at 6 o'clock P. M., Wednesday, October 19th, In tlie.Second Frcsbytcrlan Church, tho Rev. Dr. Rus? sell Cecll, tlio pastor of tho church, and tho Rev. Dr. William Laird, of Dan villc, Va.. offlclnling. Tbo- church rlecoratlon wns ln palms and whlto flowers and the hrldal party came ln to the stralns of tbe wedding chorus from Lohengrln. Tho brlde, gown ed ln whlto crepe do chlne, whlte laeo and tullo vell, and carrylng a showor bouquct of lilies of the valley nnd whlte ro.ses, entered with her brother-ln-lnw, Mr. William T. Roed. She wns met nt the nltar by tho groom and hls best man, Mr. Davld Laird, of this city. The niald of honor, Miss Suo Seddon Tallafcrro, was ln white peau de cygne, trimmed wlth whlte cbiffon. Her bou quet was of white moth chrysanthemuins. Miss Maud Stringfellow, Miss Mary Coles Carrlngt.n, Miss Emrria Carrihgton, Miss Mary Moore, of Lexlngton; Miss ICatherlne Spbttswood, of Petersburg; Miss Nnncy Gihnore, .Miss Ethel Hope McDnnlel nnd Miss Anne Wlso Mnyo, tho bridesmalds, woro white orgnndry frocks, with puffs nml lace -insertlon, over whlte silk. nnd heM clusters of white chrysan t.'iemuins. Tbe list of groomsmen lncluded Mr. Frank Hamllton Laird and Mr. Perry M. Laird. brolhers of the groom; Mr. Wil? liam L. Wright. Mr. .Tullan- Skelton, Mr. Massie Noltlng, Mr. C'arl J. Roelkcr, Mr. Frank McCluer. of Momphis, and Mr. A. Reld Venable. After recelving tbe eongrnttilatlons ot frlends. Mr. and Mrs. Laird left for a Northern tour. The brldal pnrty went In n group to the Horso Show, the mald of honor. the ma'ds and their ntlendants m_.itlns.ono of the pretty plctures of the eyenlrig. Wedding gl.ts sent by frlends of the brlde nnd groom in lovely artlcles of silver, cut-giass, china nnd others cqiially us1 rnre,Were received in profuslnn. AVhen Mr. and Mrs. Laird return to Rlchmond they will bo at home in No. 1702 Park Avenue. Morrison?Boyden. Another most Interesting nuptlal event of yesterday was the marringe of Miss Elizabeth Nola'nd Boyilcn, of "Rockwood," Alriemarle county, the daughter of Mr. John I.c-wis nnd Mrs. Cornella Payne Boyden. to Mr. Hackley Morrison, of the firm of Kc-nt and Morrison, this city, and son of Ihe late Hackley T. Morri? son ani Mrs. Ellza S. Morrison, of Peters? burg, Va. The ceremony tonk place at Grace Epis? copal Church, Walker Parish, Albernarle county. Va.. at 9 P. M.. and was pc-r fo-rrned by tbe. Rev. P. M. Boyden. unele of the brlde, asslsted by the Rev. B. Valentine Jones. rector of Grace Church. Tbe church waa decorated with flowers an. brllliant autumn follage. The wed? ding rnarches wero played by Miss Selma Nelson. of AltA-fkrirle.. jj, Miss MargarM D-Ouglas Boyden. was her ji.i-ter's maid of honor, and Mrs. George MInor M^rf-dith. of Norfolk, slster of the pro"m. was dame of honor. Mr. Hugh Stockdell Morrison, of ihis city, was best rnan. Other attendants were the brldesmaldrs? Mis.? Annie Lee Eaidwin, of Ualtlrobre, Md.; Miss Mary Boyden, of Maryland, Miss Mary Jones, Miss Mabrey Page, Miss Fances Page and Mlsa Mary Shar.k pford, of Clsmont, Va.; Miss Mary Bol ling of Charloitefvilk-; Mi.-s Jc-nnle Rul fin. of Chnrles City, Va., and the groomu rnen, who ]nclud6d Mr. J. Hanson Boy? den. Mr. William Douglas Page, Dr. Archlbald Cary Lewls, of Washington, IX O.;, Mr. Bohert Shurkleford, Mr. G.riggsb'y Shacklefbrd, of Albernarle coun? ty; Mr. M. Claiborne Tuck, Mr. Stanton Pilcher and Mr. E. C. Flsher, of Rlch xnond. The brldo, who was glven away by MAKES BREAD TliAT RA.Tt.NS | POEMS'VOU OUQHT TO KNOW Whntpvor vour occitpatlon mny lio, and liowever crowded vour hours wllh nffnlrs, do not fall fo securo al. least a few miniites every day for rcfreshmenl of your iuner lifo wlth a blt of poetry.?Professor Charles Eliot Norton. No. 319. RUTH. _ By THOMAS HOOD. ' The iinrcritlnns for thls poem mny bo found In tho book 'of "-Ruth": "And nuth ?h?'.M?iMt_M'"nld unto Nnninl, UI me now bo lo the flokt. nnd glcn enrs of corn ntrhl"rff?S? ibjht I bha.il flnd grace. And sho ssld unto her, Go, my dnugli tCr'"And ehe. went. and esmo, nnd gleaned In the fleld nfter tho renpors: nnd hor hnp wns to lljTl nn ? pnrt of the fleld belonglng unto HaM. whe wft? ot the kln'oVhnr0^'lcXn?'Vr'om Hood, hls portrnlt, sutograph and blogrnphlcal sketeli, have nlrondy lioon prlnted ln thls gci-lPS._ HE stood broast hlgh anild tlio corn, Ciasped by tho BoldenvHght of morn, Llko tbo sweothoart of the sun, Who many a gloAVlng klss had AA'on. v* On hor cheek an autumn flush Deeply rlpened;?such a blush In tho mldst of broAvn was born, Like red poples grown avIUi corn. Round hor eyes her tresses fell,? Which Avere blackest none could tell; 'But long lashes A-eiled a llght .#?'. That had clso been all too bright And her hat, ivlth shady brim, Mndo hor tressy forehead dlm;? Thus ahe stood amld the stooks, Pralslng God wlth sweetost looks. Sure, I sald, Heaven did not mean Where I reap thou shouldst but glean; Lay thy- sho.af adown and come, Share my harvest and my home. Thls series bc-gnn ln Tho -nmes-Dlspatcli Sunday, October 11, 1003. One ls publlshcd tiu_ day. her father. wore a dress of Toklo crnpe and chlffon, nlso hor grandmothers* pearls, tho glft of her aunts, tho Mlsses Boyden, nnd a nccklace ot gold beads of rure workmanshlp, also an helrloom ln the. famlly. Sho carried a bouqu'et of Bride roses. The bridesmnids Avoro -white orgnndy wlth green glrdles and carried maidenhnlr ferns t.'.ed wlth while ribbon; tho color scheme belng green and white*. After the ceremony a receptlon wss ktfven at "Hopedale.," the old famlly) liomestead, by the Mlsses Boyden. Among the guests were the Bev. and Mrs. E. Valentino Jones, Mr. and Mrs; John Lewls Boyden, Mr. nnd Mrs. Aylett Everett, aml Mrs. Tucker Coles, of Al bemarlc; the Rov. and Mrs. P. M. Boy? den, of Mnryland; Mrs. R. L. Mn'rllson, bf Philadelphia; Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Baldwin, of Baltlmore, Md.; Mr. Churles Payne, and Mr, Lewls Glbbs, of AVnsh Ihgtoiij D. C; Mr. Charles W. Kent, Mr. John W. Burress and Mrs. Elizn S. Mor ri.son, of Richmond, ln addition to the bridal party. x The brlde nnd groom left on the north bound traln for AA'nshington, New YorK nnd Nlagnrn, to come home by the St. Louls Exposltlon. They vmII be at home here to thelr friends after November 15th, Newby?Corprew. The nuptlals'of Miss Lois Rush-Corp? rew, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Davld Corprew, of Norfolk, Va., anu Mr. Joseph Walter NeAvby, of thls clty, Avere cele? brated yesterday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock nt the Park Avenue Presb/i.rlan Chur:h. Norfolk, the celebrnnts belng Rev. Arn old Hall, pastor of the church, assisted bv Rev. C. E. AVdodson, rector of St. Peter's Protestant Eplscopal Church, and Rev. E- B. McCluer. D. D., former pastor of the church, of whlch the bride is a member. The couple Avere attended hy Miss Eliza? beth Glover McCluer, maid of hynor, and Mr. Charles M. Hodgman, of Norfolk, best rnan. The ushers wero Messrs. Charles Elllot Britt, C, M. Jordnn, J. 1). Hank, Jr., and Ceril It. AVhlte, nll of Norfolk, Va. The bride was gowned in Avhite crepe de chino wlth brldal vell and carried a fihower bouijuet of Brlde roses. Miss McCluer carried a bunch of La France buds. The usliers and best man and brldegroom woro frock^coat sults. After the weddlng ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Newby left by boat for Baltlmor nnd thence they wlll go to St. Louis to the Exposltlon. They wlll be* at home nt No. 100 East Grnce Street, where upurt ments have been secured, ufter November 15th. An Informnl receptlon was tender ed the brldal party ut.,lho resldence Of the brlde's parents on Tuesday evenlng, at whlch the fnmllies and the Immedlnle friends of the contractlng parties Avere present. The brlde ls a petite brunette, whose beauty Is heightened by her vlvaclty and cleverness. Sho ls a young woman of lovely character anu graclous manner, and of broad culture. Mr. Newby Is attached to the corps of employes of the Stato Corporatlon Commlssjlon, and has many friends in thls clty and in Nor? folk, hls former home. Schmidt?Essig. A pretty home weddlng of yesterday evenlng was that taklng place at 9 o'clock in the home of the brlde, No. 2423 Floyd Avenue, when Miss Mary Lou Ise Essig became the brlde of Mr. Frank Schmidt, the Rev. Mr. English, of West? minster Church, offlciating. The house was decorated wlth palms and cut flowers and the brldal party entered to tho weddlng march played by -an orchestra from a palm scrcen. 'The brlde and groom were attended by Mr, AVIllle Schmidt and Mr. AValtcr/ Lucke. Tho bride av.is marrled In an exqulsllo hand-wrought crcaUon of white crepe de chine and old lace. She carried Brlde roses. Her golng away gown was of blue taffeta Avorn wlth a blue velvet tocque. Prese-nts recelved were very numerous and handsome. Mr. and Mrs. Schmidt wln spent thelr honeymoon ln St. Louls. Chlcago and Cln? clnnatl. They wlll return to Richmond and have their home at No. 2423 Floyd Avenue, after November 15th. Miller?Haase. Miss Josephlne Haase, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Haase, and Mr. Henry F. Mlller wc-re marrled at 7:30 P. M. yesterday ln St, John's German CUT THIS OUT AND KEEP IT. YOU WILL WANT TO READ THIB ) STORY LATER. IF NOT NOW. By A. CONAN DOYLE. H*-?-^_?SiPWWM*-^_Q CHAPTER XlX-Continued. "in .ccurlty I offcr?" crled Don Pedro; "Tu.hl lutb!" said the prlnce. "J arn r.ot a l/omb-ud. a|rp. Your klrigly pjedge l my Kociirlty, without b'tid or aeal. Hut I have ildlng. for you, rny lordu und llegcs, that our brother /,f Lnneiisler Ih On hls way for our eapltal wlth fuur hundred lancea and ns many nri?horn to nld us ln our venture. When |,o hnth come, nnd when our falr connort Is ns covorcd In her hoaltji, tvhlcli I trust by the grace r,f God mny be r-re many wi-i-ks he pasl, wo Hhall ihen Joln Ihe army nt r>ax, nnd _et our bannera to'the hreezo oncr, more." A bu/.z ?f joy at the prospect of lintne diale iiciion rose up from tlie group of warrlors. The prlpca *inlled aj the n.ar tlnl nrdor whlt-li alioiio upon every faco uround b'.m. "it wiii hearten you to know," he ron? tlnutd, "that 1 havo _ure ndvlc?* ihui this Henry Ih n very vallitul leader, and tb.it he has lt ln hls power to make nueh a stand agalimt us aa proinlseH m |-lve uk 'much honor nnd ploa.ure. Of hla own people he hath brought togethcr, bh 1 Icnrn, soine 11 fty tliousiind, wllli tvvolyo thousand of thn Freneh free coinpaiilcs. who are, iib ymi know, very vallant und expert men.at-arms. It l? cerlaln. aluo. that the hrnvn nnd worthy llertrand rtu ilucsolln hath rldden into Kram-e to th< puke of Anjou, nnd purposoa lo tako hiu-k wifh hlm great lovlea from plcardy nml Brlttany. We liold Ilcrlniiid ln hlgh Q?* teem, for lie hns oft before been ul grent paliia to furnish us wlth an honniable eiieounter. What think you of )t, n,y ??Vu-thy. C'aptalT He- took y-ni m f'ncli prel, und, by.my _0U|J you wlll hftVO Iho chaiic. now lo pay thnt score." Tbe Qa.con wnrrlru- ivim <-d ;i nt||r, at tho alUmlon, nor were hla counliyincii around hlm better pleused, for on the only occaslon whon they had encountered tlio arms of f-'ntnc-e* wlthout Engllsh ald thoy had met wlth a heavy defeat. "There aro some who say, elrc," sald the burly De Cll-fOf), "that tho score |fl already ovi-rpaid, for that wlthout Ca? con help Berirund had not been taken at A-Uray, nor bud Klng John been over borbp at Poietlers." "By heavr-n! but thls Is loo much!" crled an Engllsh noblonian. "Mellilnks thut Ooscony J? too small a cock to orow so bji-llly." "The smaller rock, my Lord Audley, nwy hftvo Iho longer spur," remarked iho Capta| de Burh. "May have iih comb cllpped lf It mako over-rnucli nolsp," broke ln an iCnglhih mun. "By our Lady of Ronmiadour!" crled thi' Lord ?f Miieldent, "thls Ih moro than J pun ahlde. Hlr John Churnell, you shull answer tp me for those words!" "Kn-i'ly, my lord, nnd wln-n you wlll," returned Ihe Knglltthman rarolessdy. "My 1,'nd do I'IIksoii," crled Lord Aud )ey, "yni| jook somi-whnt llx'-dly ln rny (llrcctlon. |5y God'l soul! I should bo rlghl k1"1 to go further Into Ihe mati<*r wlth you," "And you, rny Lord of J'ominers," nald Slr Nlgi'l, pimhlng hls way to thn front, "lt Is li my mliid thnt we mlght l/reuh a lii:ic ||| K'-nll" J'lld lioiiornble rihbilln ov< r tha rjueitton, .' For a nioiiifcnt a dozfiii chulkTiK'-'i pa?hed baekwards und forwanls al 1I1U mipHoii butsllng of thn clouri whlch had lov/erc-d so long between tho luiighis of tlm two nations. KuKnnu and ??i.ilU'ulalln_ Uio Ouacon't, Avlilto nml cold utul yneerliig tbo Wngllell, whllo tboprlnco wllh a hull' smlli, glancod from om- party lo Ihe otbi'i*. i Hko h mnn who lov<d to flVVOll upon n flory . i-i 1'iin, inl'i yet /Ire.-KlM jovl Iho iiilnflilef ; ?-?" ?o far Uurt ho iiiigbt flnd lt lioyond | IiIk control. [ "Prkiid,!, frleud.l". ho crl<4 at lltet, Lutheran Church bj- the Rev.Dr. Patti Mbn.el. lllll Tho brltle nnd, groom were attended by Mr. John E. Hanse, Mr. Rlch.rd Hnas. Mr. Charles A. Honnlnchauson, Mr. Charles Mlller, Mcssrs. Louls n.id "Wll? llnm Mlller. A reception glycn Ih the homo of tho bfld. followed tho ceremony. Jones?Hobson. Ono of tho most tasteful homo weddings of tbo season waa tho union ot Miss Mary Ell.abotli Hobson to Mr. Hugh Wllllam? son Jones celebrated at Iho resldence of tho brlde's parehts, Mr. and Mrs. Jullus A. Hobson, No.617 North Seventh Streot, at 6:30, yesLerday evenlng. Tho corn. mony was performed by tho Rev Georg? Hi. Spooner, paator of Brond Street M. VS. Church. Tho parlors were deco? rated wlth palms, whlto chrysnnthomum. nnd cnndles nnd sweet mu^ic wns ren? dered durlng Iho ceremony. . Miss Hobson, hiindsoineiy gowtied ln crepe do chlne, built on taffeta, and wearlng a vell, entered on tho arm of hor father precoeded by her mald of honor, Miss Lizzle. Seay Morris, gownod ln whlto peau do crepe, nnd was met nt tho altar by the groom and hls best man, Mr. George N. Skipwlth. Tbo brldo carrlod a ohowor of lillc. of the valloy, nnd her tnnld's boui'tiot wns cotnposed of plnk chrysnnthoniums. Among the out-of-town gucsl. were Mr. nnd Mra. James H. Stonot of '.Viltlains hurg, brother-ln-law and slutcr of the groom; Mr. und Mrs. li. Cary Pi.g, c_ Wnshlngton, D. C, unoo ond nniit of ihe brlde; Mr. and Mrs. J. li, Housou ard Mrs. J. Ellyson Falling, ot Wnshlngton; Mr. Frua. B. Hobson aud Mr. Thomas Jones, of Newport News; Mrs. P. H. Dann and litlss Bessle L. Vollino., of Norfolk; Mr. A. M. Southall, of Dnnvllle, and Mra. Charles W. Ctt.'.wclt, of C'nr tersvllle. Miss Hobson ls the poputrtr dniighler ot Mr. atid Mrs. Jullus A. llobvin. Hor father is ond of tho most promlnent mem? bers of the Clty Council. Mr. Jones ls tho son of the late Hcnly T. and Mnry Southall Jones, of Wllllnms burg, and ls Junior member of ttio flrm of Wllllam P. Poythrcss nnd Coinpnuy, druggists of this clty. Mr. and Mrs. Jones left immediately after for a Northern trlp. Among tho handsome wedding prcsents received woro those from Mayor McCar thy. Mr. G. K. Pollcvk,' of tho Council; Sergennt-at-Arms Ruskell. nnd from a number of others of the clty government. Date Corrected. The dato of the marrlage of Miss Berkeley Coleman Hooper to Mr. James A. Davis ls October 25th, nnd not October 19th, ns ?was nnnouneed by rmlstako yesterday. - Miss Page's Engagement. Of much Interest to Rlchmond people ls the announcement of the engagement of Miss Ellen Randolph Page, the daugh? ter of the Rev. ana Mrs. Copeland R. Page, of Wlncliester, Va., to Dr. Ran? dolph Tucker Shlelds, of New York. Tho wedding Wlll tako place late ln November ln Chrlst Episcopal Church, Wlncliester. Afterward Dr. und Mrs. Shlelds -wlll spend some tlme at the groom's former.home in Nalchez, Miss., and then leavo for Seattle, Wnshlngton, to sall for Chlna. where Dr. Shlelds goes as madlcal mlsslonary of the Southern Presbyterlnn Church. Miss Pnge ls nearly rolntod to Mr. Thomas,NeIson Page, the author, and is a yotlhg woman widoly known for her accorrfpllshments and many charms. Dr, Shlelds Is the spn of Mr. Wilmer. H. Shlelds, of Nalchez, Miss., but for some years hns been practlclng hls professlon in New York. He Is the grandson of the late John Randolph Tucker. Personal Mention. Mr. W. XV. Taylor, manager of t.ho furnaces at lron Gate and Buena Vlsta, and nlso of Important mlntng interests ln that sectlon of country. Is In Rlch-' mond wlth hls wlfe. Mrs. Tnylor, who ls a dnughter of the dlstlngulshed Confed? erate General Beale. * * * Mr. ad Mrs. Antrlm Lee Mattern, who have been spendlng their .honoymoon at the St. Louls Exposltlon, stoped on their return to Richmond to vlslt frlends ln Staunton. ? ? ? Miss Llly McCann Is visiting her brother, Mr. T. B. McCann, ln Newport News. . Miss Lella Skipwlth Blalr will have next month to spend a year abroad. Mlsa Blair is a braduatc in the class of 1904 at Mary Bardwin Semlnary, Staunton, Va. Sho is the daughter of Mr. LewJs Blalr. ? ? ? Miss Nannle Gilmer, of Staunton, is visiting relatlves in Rlchmond, * * ? Miss Ella Cocke, -who has been abroad for some time, will not return untll the late autumn. ' Mrs. Nora Martin ls In Rlchmond agaln after an extended v'slt to the Vlrglnia mountalns. Mrs. Wtilllam J. Perry and llttle son. of Staunton, are tbo Richmond guests of Mrs. T. A. Cary. Mrs. Lella Beers and Mrs. J. B. Woodward, of that clty. are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Harry Woodward Beers. Mr. nnd Mrs. Georgo P. Buker and Mrs. Joseph C. Foster, of Stnunton, are guests of frionds In the city. Dr. Edmund S. Pendleton, of lron Gate. Va? is In Rlchmond, to attend the meet "thls quarrel must go no further. The ! man shall answer to me, bo he Gascon or Engllsh, who carrles lt beyond thls room. I havo ovormuch need for-your swords that you should turn them upon each other. Slr John Charnell, Lord Audley, you do not doubt tho courago of our frlends of Gascony?" "Not I, nlre," Lord Audley nnsworcd. "I have seen them flght too often not to know that they are very hardy and val lant gentlorncn." "And ao ?ny I," quoth tho other Eng ijHhmnn; "but, certcs, thoro ls no fear of our forgettlng It whllo they hnvo a tongue ln thelr hea__." i "Nny, Slr John," _ald; tho prlnpo, ro provlngly, "all pcoplcs havo thelr own uso und custonifi. There nro soirto who rnlgbt call us cold and dull nnd sllont. But you hear, my lords of Gascony.. tlmt thoso gontlnrnen had no thought to throw a slur upon your honor or your valor, bo let all an.or fnde from your mlnd. Clis son, captal, Do Pommers, I havo your word?" "We nre your suhjects, slre," snld tho Gascon barotiH, though wlth-rio very good grnee, "Your word. uro our law. "Then shall wo bury all cfluao of un klndnoaa ln a llagon of Malvolsle, huhi tbo prlnce, t-heerlly. "llo, there! tho doors of the bnno.uot hull! I hnvo beon over long from my sweot spouso, but J Hhull ho huck wlth you nnon, Lot tho HHwers servrt und tho mlnstntls play, whllo we driiln a oup to Ihe hravn dny? Ihnt uro beforo un In tho south I" Ho turned u.wuy, accompunlod by tliu two monfirchs, wuuu iho -rest of thn company, wlth nmny a. comproHHed llp und mennclng eye, llieu slowiy through tho sldo door to tho gretit 1'ha.niber ln whlch the roynl tables woro w*i forth, -J_ CHAPTER XX. HOW AI/U'lVNE WON IUH PLACE IN AN 1JONORAIH/E CHHhl). Whllst tbe prlnro'M counell wua Hlttlng, All'-yiift nnd Kord had rcmiilncd ln tho outor hull, wIki-o llmy wero hooii sur roiinded by u nolny group of young Li'fl llaliinon of Ihel'r uwn wnki ull cuger to hear tbe luK-Kt new. from ISnglund. "How Im It wltu tho old IPUI1 ut Wlnd _or?" (uiki-d one. ? ? "And how wllh iho good Queen Plillip pu''" . , "And how wllh I'liwiio Allco I'crr.r.f (!iii.d n. thlrd. "'. ,.., "Thn devll tako your twi.u", Wutl nliiiiili-A n liillyoiuitf niuri, ..I.InK tho Imu aptHkor by tho-collar and .Ivlnu hlm nn adinonlioiy Mliolto, "Thn prliico woultl , auIuj your hi-uu utt tor thoiio w?'uV BaaiaaWlaaW B_i_H _??I _____aaMmmmmammaawmaaawalimammmawmmaawmaammaaatai^mm-i Great Sale of Men's Furnishings. In order to make a change in our business, we are disposing of our entire Men's Furnishing Department at and below cost. / Sale will continue until the entire furnishing stock is closed out. This sale embraces all this season's goods; fresh stock just receiyed, The terms of sale are cash only. No exchange. We mention a few exceptional values: Wright's Health Underwear, was $3 suit, Sale Price, $2 Suit. Natural Wool Underwear, was $3 suit, Special Price, $2 Suit. Naiural Wool Underwear, was $2 suit, Special Price, $ 1.50 Suit. Ribbed Balbriggan Underwear, was $ I suit, Special Price, 75c Suit Colored Bosom Sbirls, in soft and stiff $ 1.50 and $2 grades, for $ 1. 15 Colored Shirts, stiff and soft, SI grade, for 79c. COX fit SHEA 91S EAST MAIN ST. Ing of tho Stato Medical society. wnuo hero, ho ln with Mrs. R. T. Hunter, at No. 215 East Franklln Streot. ?Miss Mary B. Bussoll, of Wlnehester, Va., rememberod by Richmond peoplo as iho lovoly Horso Show giiOBt, ,ln l!Kfi, of Mrs. Cartor Scott, Is entertalnlng at hor homo, In Wlnehester, thls week, Col? onel James Schoomaker, vlce-prosldent of tho Pittsburg nnd Erlo Rallway Com? pany; Mrs. Schoomaker and Mrs. Theo? doro Cook, of Pittsburg; Colonel Schoo? maker coinmindted the Twcntv-second reglment of Pennsylvania Cavalry durlng the Clvll War, will vlslt tho battlellolds durlng his stay ln tlie Vnlley. Tho ?pnrty aro* travellng ln Colonel Schoomaker s prlvate oar. * ? ? ? Mrs. J*. R. Whltchend. frbm Farmvlllo. In the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank S. Woodson. ? ? ? _. Miss-Margaret Stokes and Mrs. Bolilng, of Goochland county, aro tho guests of Mrs.. E. R. W!Ulams;' f Mrs. John L. Eubank, of Warm Sprlngs, ls the guest ot Mr. and Mrs. Junlua B Mosby. Tho marrlage of Miss Anne de Wolf Gibson to Dr. Alfred Francls Hopklns, of Washlngton, D. C. wlll take place No? vember 9th, ln St. George s Church, Flushlng, Bong Island, and wlll be fol? lowed by a small receptlon in the homo of the brlde's mother, Mrs. Clutrlcs de Wolf Gibson, nt Plushlng. MLss Gibson is t.ho slster ot Mr. Charles Dana Gib? son, the well known artlst. Miss Lucy Mlnnon. of thls clty. was mald of honor at tho weddlng of M'ss Martha Wvnno Hownrd to Mr. Beopold Marshnll von Schilling. taklng nlncc yos? terday afternoon ln the Flrst Baptlst Church. at Hampton, Vlrglnla. A. do l'ghtful german was glven at tho Cham? berlln Hotel Tuesday evenlng, ln honor of the brldal party. At the -weddlng ot Miss Grace Harper Coppell, to Mr. Walter Alexandrla. of New York. Tho ceremony was performed at "The Towers." t.hc Coppell summer home, at Tenufly. N. J., and tho brlde wore a petticoat and. bodlce of rose polnt laeo, w.th long court trnln of lyory satln. Her vell, of old rose polnt. a fam? lly helrloom, was fastenod wlth aj d'a monu" crescent and orange blossoms, and her bouquet was white orchlds nnd lllics of-tho-valley. She wore no Jewels *-x cept Mr. Aloxander's g'ft, a dlamond clrclc brooch. Between the bctrothal and mnrrlago ceremonles the boy soprano sololst of Grace Church cholr sang Tho Volae That Brea/ther O'er Eden," to 'c'ello accompanlment. # - ? At Hot Sprlngs, Va,, Miss Van Alen, of New York, ls taklng a lcadlng part, p.ir tlculnrlv in nll out-of-door ontertaln monUs. Mr. Wnltor C. Taylor gavo a. din? ner party nt the Homestend Tuesdny nlght, wlth American Beauty roses for table decoratlons. . , \ Miss Ellen Glisgow, the authoress, and M'ss Rebe Glasgow, her slster, have been ln New York slnce thelr arrlval frotn Europe, ln September. They wlll prob? ably remaln ln New York late ln Novem "mYs J. H. Tlmberlnke, of Atleo, Vn.., after 'a stay of two weeks In St. Louls, ls the guost of Mrs. T. Burtlctt Converse. of Loulsvllle, Ky.; thencc she wlll.vl.sit Clnclnnatl, rcturnlng ln tlme for tho TJ. D. C. Stato Convcnton ln Petersburs, Va. ? ? ? Mr and Mrs. AV. S. Woodson, of Jer? sey City, N. J.. are spcndlng a few weeks at the Powhatar. Hotel. "By God's colf! Wat would miss It but llttlo," sald another. "It ls as empty as a boggar's wallet." "As empty as an Engllsh squlre, coz, crled tho first speaker. "What a devll has become of the niaitre-dostnblea nnd hls fiowors? Tliey havo not put forth tho trostles yot." "Mon Dleu, lf a man could ent him? self Into knlghthood, Humphroy, yo_ had beon a bannerot nt the lonnl," observed nnother, amld n. burst of laugblcr. "And If you could drlnk yoursolf ln, old loather-hoacl, yop had beon flrst buron of tho realm," crled tho oggrlevod Humphrey, "But how of England, my lads of Lorlng?" "I tako It," sald Ford, "that It ls much as it wns whon you wero thero last, savo that perchance thero Is a llttlo less nolso thero." ' . "And why less nolso, youiig Solomon?" "Ah, thnt Ih for your wlt to dlsoovor." "Purdleii hero Ib iu pulndln como over, wlth tho Ilnmpshlro mud sUU stlckJng to liln shoes. Ho means tlint tho nolso Is loss for our belng out of the coun? try." "They nre very qulek ln theso p_rts," sald Ford, turnlng to Alloyne, "How nre we to take thls, slr " usked tho.ruffllng squlre. "You may |n|c_ lt ns It comes," sald JTord cnrelessly, "llcre is porlnesBl" crled tne olhor, "Slr, I honor your triithfulness," snid Ford, "Stlnt It, Humphroy," sald tho tall Hqulre, wlth a burst of laughter. "You wlll have llttlo crorllt from thls gentlo inan, 1 porcolvo, Tongues uro sharp ln Hainpshlre, slr." "And swords?" "Htun! we mny prove llial. ln two duys' tlmo l? tbo vepres du lournol, when wo mny seo lf your lanco Is as quick nn your wlt." "All very woll. Roger Harcomb," crled a burly, biillnecked young inan, who-o PQUare Hhouldcrn und masKivo llniha told of oxceptlonal personul strenth. "You p.-iKH too llghtly over Ihe matter, Wo uio not to bo ho aufllly overcrowded. Tho U.urd Lorlng' hnth tflven hls proofs; hut Ytc know nothlntf of hla snulrcB, eavo thnt ono of them hath u vnlllug tongue. Anq how of you. young slrV" brln<iliig IiIh lienvy luind down on Alleyno'a blioul dor, , I "I'lirdleul hero la n pulndln como over, "And what of mo, young slr?" "Un fol! thl? lu my lady'a puga corne over. Vour cheek wlll bo browiier oncj GEORGIA DOCTORS ON TUBERGULOS1S Commission Struggling Hard to Eradicate the Dis? ease, (By AMOclnted Press.) MACON, GA., Oct. 19.--Tho Georgla State Commlsslon on Tuberculosls met ln this city to-day to perfect an -irganlza tlon, accordlng to an aet of the Gonqrol Asscmbly, providlng for the appolntment of ono physleiun from each eongrosslonul dlstrict and ten from the State at largo for tho purpose of mnking Inveatlgatlons concern-i_ thls disease. Dr./Charles 'Jiickfi, of Dublln, Is the chairman. There were two scsslons of the body, at whlch leadlng physlclans of the State made addresses touchlng upon the treatment of tuberculosls. The most Important _ction taken was the adoptlon pf the followlng resolutlon: "That tho members or thls commlsslon "endeuvor to sccure .statlstlc on each po.nt. mentloned 1n. the blll creatlng thls com mlssioi), by corrospondenee wlth such physlclans In the dlstrlcts as deemed ocst by Uhe members, or by any other means. and that they report the resull to the secretary of thls commission by Aprll 1, 1903." Tho blll calls for the report of the number of cases, number contracted, number Importer, aaid "? report aa to whether physlclans ot tho State aro ln fnvor of taklng tncasurc.' for tho prevon tion of the disease. . HE WANTED TO PRAY IN THE COURT-ROOM (Spednl to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.) KOLLIDAYSBURG, PA., Oct. 10.?M1I l.ir.j F. Blake, who ls sulng the Penn sylvanla Rallroml to recover $__!,O0O as compensatlon for uso of hls patent on the dumplng car proccss, created a sen t-ailon at the opening of the trlal }n the Blalr County Court yestorday. When Mr. Blake was called to the witne.s stan_ he declared, in tones free from ull levlty, "ln the presence of God and man, let us pray." Judgo Bell refused the request for prayer, and the trlal then proceeded. Blake clalms that his dumplng device has been Installed on S.000 coal cars on tho Peniisylvanlu. system. The company de fend. the suit on the grounds 'that It never. adopted the patent. BEAT HIS YOUNG DAUGHTER CRUELLY WITH A ROPE (Speclal to Tho TlmM-Dl.pfttch.) DANV1LLB. VA., Oct. 19.-John H. Malcum, a carpenter, was arralgned In the Mayor's court this mornlng, charged . wlth crilelly beallng hls young daughter,^. Allce. Tho screams of the glrl attracted tho attentlon of an olflcer, who upon In veatlgatlon found that her father hud whlpped hor tinmerclfully wlth u rope. Ladles who reslde' In the neighborhood of tho Malcum homo testllled lhat Mr. Mnlcum beat the glrl too often and too scvcrely. Tho glrl was placed under tho care of her-brother, Mr. J, A. Malcum. your hand harder ere you sce your moth? er ngaln." "If my hand ls not hnrd, it ls ready." '?Roadiy? Ready for what? For the heni of my lady's traln?" "Reudy to chastlse lnsolence, slr," crled Alleyne wlth llashlng oyes. "Sweet little coz!" answered the burly equlrc. "Such a dalnty color! Such a inellow volcel Eyes of a bashful mald, and halr like a three years' babo! Volla!" Ho passed his thick ilngers roughly tibrough the youth's crlsp goldon curls. "You seek to forco a quarrel, slr," suld the young mon, whlto wlth onger. "And What then?" v'Why, you do It' like a country boor, an_ not llko a gentle squlre. Hast been 111 bred and ns 111 taught. 1 servo a master who could show you how such thlngs should bo donc." "And how would he do lt, O plnk or squlres?" "Ho would iielther bo loud nor would ho bo iinmnniiorly, but rather more gentle thun Is hls wont. He would suy, 'Slr, I should take It ns an honor to do sonie fiiuull deed of arms agalnst you, not for mlno own glory or advnncement, but rather for the famo of my lady ulid for tho upholdlng of chlvalry.' Then he would draw his glove, thus, and throw lt on the ground; or, If ho had cause to thlnk thut he had to deal wlth a ohurl, he might throw lt in lils faco?as I fio now!" A buzz of exeltomont went up from the knot of squlres as Alleyne, lils gentlo nature turned by thls cuuseless attnek, into flery resolutlon, dashed hls glovo wlth all hls strength Into the sneerlng faco of lils antngonlst. From all pnrts of tho hall squlres and pages came running, untll a densn, swaylng crowd surrounded tho dlsputnnts. "Your llfe for thls!" said the hully, wlth a face Whlch was dlstorted. wlth rage. "If you enn tnke It," returned Alloyne. "Gond lad!" whlspered Ford. "stlck to lt close as wax." "I shall son Justlce." crled Newbury, Slr Ollver's sllont attendant. "You brought It upon yourself, John Tranter," snld the tall squlre, who had been uddrosBcd as Roger Harpomb, "You must ever plaguo the newcomers. But lt were shnmo lf thls went further. Tho lud hath shown a proper splrit." "But a blow! a blow!" crled several of tho older squlres. "Thoro must b. a llnlsli lo thls." <To be Continued To-morrow.) RICHMOND MAN IS . MADE POTENTATE Noblcs of the Mystic Shrinc of North America Elect Officers. (By Assoclated Prons.) WA6H1KOT0N. IX C, Oct. 10.-The annual meeting of the Imperlal Council, Anclont Egyptlan Arnblc Order, Nobles of tho Mystic Shrluo, of North America, to-day eleeted the followlng ofllcers: J F Wrlght. Richmond, Vu., Imperlal potentate; \V. H. Jndd Malvln, of Wash? lngton. D C, depniy Imperlal potentate; John H. Dlckcrr-on. of Jacksonvllle. Fla.. Imperlal chlef mbban; John S. Wall, of Phlladelphiu, lusslstnnt ohlof rabbnn: John II. Walker, or Mncon. Gn., hlgh prie3t nnd prophet; A. A. Watts, of Bal? tlmore, Md.. Imperlal treasurer; Magnus L. Robliusoti, of Alexandrla, Va.. Itnporul rc-corder; J. Ii. Murphy, of Baltlmoro, Md. asslstant imperlal recorder: Joseph P j-Jvans, of Baltlmoro, Imperlal Orler.t guldo: Thornton A. Jackson, of Washlng? ton, D. C, Imperlal ceremonlat mawtor. Ronrescntatlves wero proaeni from Maryland. the Dlstrlct of Columbln, Vlr? glnla. North Curollns, South Carolina. MJsnlaslppl. Pennsylvania. Callfornla, Florida, Texas and Georgla. Wedding Gifts. 'THE reciptent of a gift bearing the name of Gall & Bro. is assured that it is the best of iis kfnd. Ad correspondence given careful attention'. Goods sent on approval, express prepaid. Qalt & Bro., Establlshed Ovar a Century, Jewellers, Silversmiths, Stationers. 1107 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, D. C. The Richmond lee Company is prepared, as usual, to promptly and satisfactorily attend to all ordcrs received for Fuel of All Kinds, All coal under cover, dry and clean. Nothing but best grades handled. Prices as low as those of other rcliable dealers. No mistake can be made in laying in stock now. 'Phone No. 223. A. D. LANDERKIN, Scc'y andNTreas! God Liver OH. ALMOST TASTELE8S. Everyfhing Needed for the Sick. ..ROBINS.. 200 East Marshall. ANY householc] article which is now'in the way can bo veadily sold or ex changed by a Tee-Dee Want, Costs only one cent a word.