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NEW CELL BUILDING.
Extcnsive Improvement at the Virginia Penitentlary. TT). _inn_-.om.nt and Bonra of Dlrrc tcrs ot thn p .nllpnti_ry are pleased wlth ?he pro-poct. of beliu. nble to use tho . plendid new coll buildlng by January ls". though there has been some hltch ln the complctlng of the wotk. owlng to Ihe fact lhat th*- plti*t-__*_ coiilr. ctor hns Jiad trMib'e In securlng oortnln mntcrlftls. Tho i buil.iiio- ls o wonderful Improvement nnd ..I!) ntford great rcllef In (he wny ot glving the prlsoners more room. i ..o new power house Is now eompleto, am. Ih.it. too, fllls a long-felt need at tho in. tiuitlon. The oxtorlor nppearnnco of the pri.?on ls ipo.-'tiv Impioveri by the ercc-tlon of tho tn w s'ofl cell bi i.lrtiiiR. ;ind the posslblllty of eseapes wlll be mlnlmized whon 11 ls put inlo nctunl use. archbishoFsayT"" report is untrue (ny Aasoclntod _*t*6sB) NEW ORI/EaNS. November 1..?Arch? blshop dhapelle wns shown the Asiibclated Press dli-iviich frr.m Home, iriiplylrig that ho would be relloved from hls a. ostoWc dutles in Porto Rlco nnd Cubn in order lo devote hls who-'o tlme to tlie- dutles of Ihe nrchblshoprlc of New 0.loans. Monslgnor Chapelle sald: "There ls no fonndntlon whatever for thls roport- 1 have just returned from Rome. No comploliu hns ever renched mc of dlssatlslaction because of my ab _cnce from time to tlmo In tho Antlllos, nnd my people have senit no such reports to- the llirone. In R-roa There Is to ho no change of my jurlsdlctlon. If thore wm to be, I should know lt, slnco 1 wns _t tho Vatlean only n few weeks ngo." INSPECT KAILROADS. The State Corporation Commis eion Leaves on a Tour. (Speclal to Tho Tlm-S-Dlrpntcli.) RALEIOH, N. C, November 1!'.?Tho members of the North Carolina Corpora? tlon Commlsslon left to-day for a tour of Inspection over the Western North Carolina dlvislon of the Southern, look in-g Into the conditilon of the roadbed nnd partlcularly Into petltlons from Murphy, Topton and Clydo for new depots. a Prominent Social Event. fSpcoln! to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.) EEESBL" RG, VA.. Nov. 19.?Tha annual haznar. one of the most promlnent social events of the season, preslded over by the ladies of the St. James Eplscopal Church. came to a close last nlght, over J500 having ibeen cl.ared for church pur ? tiOses, Tho opera house presented a brilliant sccr.e. with the bootbs preslded over by characters from I*fcther Goose, nnd taijleaux of the same appea.rlng up? on the stage. Thoso nt the hend of the varlous departments wero ns follows: Fruit and llowers. Mrs. Wllllam Hawllng-. candy, Mrs. Dade Hempstone; fanry vork, .Mrs. E. B. Whlto; dnUs, Mrs. Thomas Edwards; children's, Mrs. Nan nlc Harrison; apron and bag, Mrs. Harry Harrison; country storo. Mrs. A. Dl.rell; supper room, Mrs. Richard Tobbs, Mrs. Janet liarrlson and Miss F. Chamblin. Thanksgiving Dinner. Servlces wlll be held nt the Maln Street Young Men's Chrlstlan Assoclation at 3:30 o'clock thls afternoon. The meeting will be for men only. A programme has -been fkrraiiged as follows: "The Devll'. Pltfalls for Rallroad Men," by R. J. Goodwin, englneer. "How An Englneer Became a Chrlstlan," by T. B. Chalkley, englnoer. "How a Rallroad Man May Devolop Chrlstlan Character," hy J. R. Hormer, tinner. "Victory," by S. T. "Thomas, secretary. All rallroad men nre most cordlally ln? vlted. A Thanksgiving trcat wlll bo glven next Thursday?lunch, 1 to 3:30 end 5 to S P. M.; social, 3.30 to 5 o'clock, and an entertainment from 8 to 10 o'clook. Ail rallroad men, whouher mem'bers or not, are cordlally lnvlted Io ba present. Got Pistol After Assailant. At the old Socond Police Statlon Joseph Washington became Involved In a light wlth Wllllo Taylor and recelved'ns lils share of the results three cuts on hls left jirm. After having been treated by Lt. Mercer Washlngton weni back, got his pistol and sarled nfter hls as__.,_nt. lle found hlm on Sevenleenth Street and drew n bend on Taylor, flrlng Uio wi.olc magazine nt him. One shot took offect. In Taylor's bnck, and ho had to bo ta_en to thc hospltal, where ho ls now under ar? rest Joseph Washlngton sent word to the pollco statlon that he would _lve himself up to-morrow. Turner?Jones. f. pccinJ to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.) VAStllT VA.. Nov. 19.-Miss Nannte Jones and Mr. Ben. Pinkard wero mar? rled Wednesday,**.'" the home of tlie bride, I tlie Rev. Mr. .i.'ui5_er crticiating. The brlde, "is a pretty blonde and tlio ?cona daughter of Mr. W. P. Jones, of thla placo. The gio6m is the son of Mr. T. XV. I Pinkard, of Snow Creek, and a promlnent farmer and _aw mlll man of that sec? tion. Hannon Y Meeting. * A meeting of the. Hnnnon Y's wlll bc hp!d at No 'JK11 East Graco Street, Tu.fi day night at 8:30 o'clock. All members nre requested to be present. Derlgates io the county convention will bo eleeted nnd other lmportant business matter. will be dlacusscd. Ligh tly?Warriner. MIfs Blanche E. Warriner nnd Mr. George 11. Llghtloy were murrled ye_ terriay m Pelham. N. C. Miss Warriner ls the dauphter of M>r. J. T. Warriner, of AmeJla county, Va., nnd Mr. I.lghtlov is frelglri clerk of tho Snut.t.rn R.llw.y Company In Rlolrmond, They wlll mnko thc-lr home at No. 600 North Twenty-sec onrt Street, Richmond, after Novem? ber U'd. Richmonders in New York. (Spenl_l to Thc Tlinen-Ulsnatch.) N*T5W VORK, Nov 19.?Meriboiough, j. WcSweeney ajid wlfo; Manhattan, J. ti. Dooley hivi wlfe: l-'lfth Avenue, I. !".. Thayer. WaMorf. G, w. Mlller; Hotel As'.,r. Mrs A. (',. Evans. A. J. PlzzlnT; '"off... un, iff, Hueger, Where Is His Bicycle? Master Thomas Jonr-s hus lost hls wheel or ihe ),!??>?.-]?? h.'j ? heen .-tolen. T!e v.-lie, 1 w-a.. of the Day make, old nnd i Inted green. Any Infnrrnatlon In rogurd io It would be p.ratefully recelved at Th?- T:ii-i,-'i-n!st...iti-h bu- In'esa ofllce. Weddlng Gifts. ?f)URrt>puta>ion /crselimp THE BE57 at ihe ioivesi conust ent prices has stood the test of more Ihan cne hundred (100) lears, All corrc*pondence gh-e . careful _ttent|on. Goods sent on approval, expre_H prepaid. Galt & Bro. Ettabllsh.d Over a Centur/. Jewellers, _ilvertminu, Statlcntit6. 1107 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washlngton, D. C. m i .!??!?_im .r*-^___f_. a^__*__i__-5 Doctors t o 11 you to novnr try sleeplng on a full Htomnoh. Oood advice, but hcre's bot tpi*?sloep on a full pockotbook. Finefit sloop t o n I o o v o r lnit^wn. Wo're golng to flll your pockfitbook wlth "ehango back" and fur? nlsh sleup ensy wlth rcduced prlcos nll thls week, becmit<c our holldny goods aro now coming In b>' tbo carload and wo must mal.e room for them. ALL ODD PIECES AND SUITS OF Furniture. 'Carpets, Rugs, Druggets, Linoleums, nnd parfclcularly Sllf-Feeding Heating STOVES must go to make room for OUR jS^T) Clirlstmas I Slocl., w "n 1 c h we prorriise you wlll be th? big? gest, best nnd prettlest ever . a ___. seen here. By tho way, you might flnd a useful prosent among our spe? clal bargains. You know we store all goods bought of us a n d dellver them without extra charge at your pleasure. FREE! We'll glve a souvonlr book ? marker or pln tray to every lady or gentlo man attendlng thls ' spocial sale. pf^z^/ 419-42! E. Broad Sf, The Furnltiir. store that Isn't afrald to mark all Its good. In plain flgures, NEGRO KILLS WHITE MAN; SON OF LATTER KILLS NEGRO DA18V, (.A.. Nov. 19-Mr. A. J. 1M wards was xhot uiul Inetohtly klll"' hy Charles Davis, cojorce. ut 4 o'clock thls aftenioiin. Tho hc_.ro wus Iminidlat.ly j ..hot nml kllled by u ?>in e,f Mr. Edwards ' The trouble aroeo oyer ??? i_:_puto about ?0.1,6 OOttOn- Mr. KdwurelB vvoh ono of Tutiinll cQUttty'fi bi*_t cttlsens und a Inrgn ; furmo-r, Hard Contcbt a Tie. An excltlng foot-ball gamo was yesterday nn tln- cumjiui of j.|t Colle-t;..* between thn 81 Peter's aeonud team une* tl e- f_,_ttlo Clp Tho bOore rO-UUed in a (1 ? uUIlO l.lulc Chcrokees welghcd con. more thun tiu- toam imni .si Hchtml. Tii<* halyes j.1.1.--<-,j v. ro iw'.n t Wi'iny-llve: :i.I>iui _?* plny. .Iiiniii Sclio Wlfe.. >.;)i il Violiniht Struck l.y Tniin. ll lc ?riv .tcli.) l.Ull. 1 ?-?!.. Tl.. lyMiimrd, ? vloUnUt, ii,; ... ...,,'. ',,', ."' wus knocked ttom ibi 1 .,, _? j,., j nlght by u pawetiBw in,i?' ,,? ,1,,' So_ ein K-.il.vuy, _nd 1.. Jn _. dyln? con<j|tl( WHIMS OF THE IDLER. A Tribute to Absent Wives. If every marrled woman who hns a refrnctory, growllng husband. could n.r rnngo io seud tho brute off twlce a year to somo soqtieslorod place, whlch knowetll not tho frou-frou of fomlnlne pottlconts, tho dlvorce courts would go out of busl nosfl, and the musflo of wedding bells would bo a3 common as tho aulumnnl nocturncs of mosqultoes. I. has ever been sa.d that absenco makes the heart grow fondor. But the poot?or whoovor it waa' thnt got off thls proverb?dldn't lay lt on half heovlly enough. Absenco, In tho- caso o? the grass-wielowcr, not only makes tho heart grow fonder, but it illls tho mo.cullno cardlac apparatus witli domestlo longlngs whlch work a world ot good. In fact, ono never qulto so much nppro cla.tes a wlfe ns when ho hasn't got her. Woman, os a wholo, Js at her lovellest when .naeeesslblo, unapproachnblo and unattalnnblo. The moment you get hor tho trouble begins?tho moment you hnvon't got her, tho trouble grows worse. But such phllo?0)*hy lends us nwny from Uie subjijot ln hand. Tho theme of thls artlclo Js both pnthetlc and thrlil Ing. The pieco before you is cntlUcd. "Alone for Threo Weeks In a Hotel," or "Not fiven a Chamberninld to Dorn the' Socks." Under these hends mny bo cmbodied a thousand suggestle.ns for the roformatlon of husbands nnd a score of hlnts for tho tamlng of thoso who hatc theilr wlves' rolatlons. Ask any, man who travols much, and ho will reach the senUments here expressed. ? ? ? It's c_no thlng to haye a wlfe whom you con leavo when you wJsh to, nnd another thlng to wish for a wlfe when you have lert her. In tho flrst case, the man Is compiete? ly master of tlie situation, or rather as rniich master as he ever can be when a woman ls around. In tho second case, the trouscrcd spo-use , suddenly flnds himself overwholmed hy unexpected helplessness whlch mnk.s hlm } an-'lmpotent adult chlld ln llfo's llllmltable j klndergarten. At homo, when one bas wlves?or rather n wlfe?on tan, as lt were, the d-i'.ieato aUentlons of thls class of mortals are ; I'rreverontly known as '-buzzings." Away from home, ln tho Evelcss deaerts of mascullne supremaey, by some strangp process of psychologlcal some.r_aultliig, the so-called "buzzings" arc regardeel and de.signa.ted as "gentlo ministrations." "Gentle minlstrations," by tho wny, in their nctual reallty, aro not so pootlejal os they appear on paper. The words in verso and flc.Uon carry the idea of cool !nj*; parched bro\fs, of apply Ing water to tc-irllo lips and of fannlng once healthy and herojc malcs, who under stress of pe'cnUar clrcuni9tance.s, havo gone daffy from delirium or braln fever. In real llfo, -parched brows, febrlle llps nnd ,the tendency to deliriuin genern,'.ly como "the mornlng after" and are super induced by certaln mannlsh proccsses Ot "the nlght before." whlch'bear the uni-. verSal stnmp ot feminlne dlsapprovaJ, not to say s.ati.lng rcprobatlon. And man is never so far from belng a hero?at lcnst ln hls wife'a eyes?an when be thus cryeth for cracked lec, a few klnu words and even the smallest spcclt of sympathy. As a matter of fact, wife-hunger, when lt hlts a man in ihe hour of hls solitude, and makes hlm long for the domestlc um- j brageousness of hls own vlnc nnd flg- ; trco. ls based on some exceedlngly homely. and sclflsh Ideas. I I.et the bruto be far, far from hls own Ingle corner with a limited supply of ho_1"i-y, when hls aggresstye grent toe bulges wantonly through the Up of his soclt, and ycu forthwith seo tho qucer an- \ Imal showing signs of dlscomflturo. Ono's great too never feels quite, so near tho __ze of an Irlsh potato as lt does on thei'c occcslons whpn it bursts out of its Llsle thread prlson. It ls then that tho husband, quite over looklng the actual cause of hls mlsery, mn.gnanlmously decides to get sentlmeii tal and recalllng the orstwhllo "buzzlng" absehtee, says; "l've got a feeling in my heart for you." ' But suppo.sing that tho perlpatetlc con sunier of tobacco ha-s started off from homo with a porfect cquipment ln the way of hosiery?wlves generally antlclpate such pedal outhrealdngs as those de? serlbed?there are nevertheless other trou? bles whlch await hlm. The neatly pack. ed voill'so, whlch at tho onusc-t was a sort of sartorlal sardine box, begins its travols fresh from thq wj'fe's hands. In sho'rt, it was ..ho who fl'd the pucklng whilo the great-'and-bnly stood by nnd told how lt ought to ho dono. Bu. It Ih tlio groat-and-only who performs tho un pa'cklng fcit und the same* who has to go through tho repacking perforirian.ee. Bight hero tho trcmble bureau begins worklng overtlmo nnd tho blue funk of solitude | commonccH to chafo and to gonerate tho j ..plrlt of uxorlr.ii_ues.s. "How 1 would en- j Joy her presenuo to-nlght," says tho wo- | manloss exlle, who rather glouts over tho] tchdorness of his etnotlons. But lils rf?-1 mark, belng Interpreted mcuns: "Great Scott, how I do hate lo pack that satchol,'' Tho Job, ha.. to bo done, how? ever, und tho perlpatetlc brute even prldes ] himwlf upon hls success ln dolng it, al- i though ho mny pbrchanco leavo hls robo | do nulL" hanglng on the bod-post und nny ,-idleii to his tomporary',home ln bll.sfull Ignorance e.f the fficjt that four of hls best , shli-ta remaln bohlnd in tlie bottom bureau drawer. | ? ? ? Man's grccd for'food' ls ever a thlng; that neods a e-iirb. (wiyns, Indeed, arc tho cotiservntors of the' pieaeio ln tho matt r j of mascullne appotito, Tholr uncoaBlng I vlgilnuce ut the table is the prlce of thelr; husbundx' Imrnunlty from lnillgostrton. | Thrlce 803 tlme. a year must they who . ponr tho coffoe, and dlsscct thei plcs, wurn , -iholr consorts agalnst ovorinelulgonco In these und other vlndlctlvo cullnary lux mioi'. And it ls thosij piltlept martyis who prefneo tho miistard plasters and tho hot water whon tho Iron-shod hoof of tlio hoa-lacho denion gallops wlth metalllo r(wnorHi.:*.-KMtii-sj< ovor the skulls of tholr von.edotis llfo purtliors. But ;u iho liotols. or ln the crudo rural I tavRrns whlthr-r grus?-wldowerod' mnn so, often fai'o... thero ln n.llO to say the hus- | buiui-nny when .lils ghittony works linnd lu hand wlth hls dyspopsla or tho hour j e,f hls post-pr.-iiidlnl repcntiincA comes. t l'he,n (he ' QUZislns" l* ?H of ono _ort and nro It e-r.dti, lt Im ln .an uprourouu busso |'ieifuiielo. Hut why flle-. n blll of purtlculars to prorf) tlini woman-renpeclaly you1.- abscnt wejnmri?Incroatu}. lu vulue In tlu: rntlo of thn mlI?.. und length e,f tlmo that sopa*- j rute you from hor. R?thor pny her un j uiif(iia:if|ed e-eimplliiie.nt und suy that wlth-1 uui'her tlu; hushatul l? a liunian derollct-i a |i,.?i _oul eirifii;' "n ..pa*-f??a hopelons. | '"-I, ...i.i-r. eliht i,. iin.A i-f humanity who | lu .1 burden tpy.il.el. ,.in'. & nulsuiico to j 'v. tyi.Miy , |? ,,,. _nrth. lf :?<>? would i- t boirlblt* roversldn tq the iinthropold type', it frlglitful *-xum pie. of in wiiihKoiiid ii/de.oiuiiK'.H und a pn tlie.il. p| turo of biiitonloxu s'dlod llnun, itU'ttl off rimii Ihei (.ne-ein Huo of your honey.h.... ie. duy, icmuln away from her, for a month and then <al-_* a squlnt at yourfie*. ln a looklng glass. .?-_*>,_ **> RS % Ml*' (ML. ?^* cy^RK SHRINERS TO MEET. Will Offer Thanks and Do Good Deeds on Thanksgiving Day. Clty Treasurer C. II. Phllllps. who Ih also tho potentnto of Acca Temple, Mystlc Shvlne, hns sent out ono of' hls c hara cterlstlc messnges, calllng Ihe Shrino together on Thanks**;Ivlng nlght. Tho messago reads: * Vou aro requested to rneot on the ICth day, Oth montli, Rjodaiir 1.T22. whlch, trnnslated, menns Thanl.sg:vlng Day, Thursday November 24, lflO-I, at S P. _!., for the purposo of glving thanks for tho muuy blesslngs thnt we enjoyj nnd should any strangers pnss our -way we wlll tako good care of thom, so that whon thoy get the next Shrino notlce nobody wll have any just cause for saylng "Quo Vadls?" Tho notlce whlch says all of tlie above Is followed wlth a turkey head ln tho corner and gralns of corn pasted on the card ln approprlato places. Followlng afier the corn, th'o circular reads: A TOAST. "The Amerlcan Eagle, the Thanksgiving Turkey, May one glvo us peace in all our States, And tho other a plece ln all our plates. ! "On thls Thanksgiving Day let our llt? tlo troubles be forgotten and may wc bo grntefulfor all the'blesslngs, all the good thlngs which havo been couchsafed us. "Tho mlsglvTng. of tho turkey aro diie to a certain dlsliko for his part ln tho comlng Thanksgiving festlvltles?he knows he Is to be roasted and toasted." PRETTY GIRL IN JAIL. Arrested on the Charge of Re ceiving Stolen Money. (Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.) SUFF_>1_K, VA., Nov. 19.?Ailer pa. slng a nlght ln Jall Bcs3lc Burman, a beautl? ful'glrl.df etghteon, thls afternoon was relensed by former-. Judge W. J. Kllby, ball commissioner, and Circult Judgo Rob? ert R. Prentls, who grantcd ball ln ?i.O wlth A. Jacobsen, of Portsmouth, Va., as Biirety. Tlio glrl yestorday was sent to jail for slx months by Peace Justice Frank Wright, of Deanes, Va., on tho chargo of receivlng flO ln stolen money from Eeroy Smlth, who confes.ed to stealing ?68 from Amcs Rros.' store. Durlng tlio pending bail applicatlon, Smitli confessed, but sald hc sent tho $10 for E<'?. n; im kc- ji !: his ensh box ln her mother's store, near Deanes. and that Be.sle dld not know of the money belng stolon. Bos. io reld a pathetlc story, whlch appealed lo the two judges who granted the bail. The applicatlon was mnde to Ball Commissioner Kllby,. but o'wlrig to a faulty technicallty of the law lt was learned that the Circuit Judge's presence was aocessary. The appealed (_/?-. ci.tnes uj- nt ih. January term of tho Circult Court PRESIDENT WILL TAKE GOOD CAFE OF COCKRELL (By Assoclated Press.) WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. 19.?WJille no amiouncement yet has been made ro gardlng tho Prorldent's action In the so ?lection of a mnn to succoed Colonel Frank J. Hcckor on tho Is-tbmlan Canal Commlsslon, It ls known that lio ls con s'idorlng perlously thc appolnt-ment of Senator Franols M. Coekrell, of ..'?ssouri, to tho vacancy. Thc President holds Senator Co.icrell in Mgh esteem per son:illy-ar,d odlclally,' amd feels that thc seirvlces Of a man of hls character nnd alblllty should not be lost to tho govern? ment. If the senator ..houl. copcludc that ho does not care. to unde-rtake the work of tlio Cannl Couimi.sTon. lt is certain the Presdont wll] glvo hlm some conge nlal posltlon betittlng hls character and servlces. PUTTI*.G IT STRONG But Doesn't It Look Reasonable? Thls" may read ns.though we wore put tlng it a llttlo Htrong, becaunc it ls gen? erally thought by tho majority of peoplo that Dyspepsla in lts clironic form ls In curablo or practically so. But wo havo long slnce shown that Dyspepsla Is eur able, nor ls It such a dlfflcult matter aa at flrst uppoars, Tho troublo wlth Dyspeptlcs is that thoy aro contlnually dletlng, s.tnrvlng tliomselves, or golng to opposlto oxtremo, or olso deluglng tho already ovorburden od stomach with "bltter. ." "nftur-dlnnor pllls," etc. whlch Invarlably Increase tho dlfflculty even If ln eotne cases thoy do glvo a sllght, toippornry rollef. Such treatment of tho stomach u Imply makes mattors worso. What tho stomach wants ls a. rcst, Now, how can tho stomach bo conio rcsted, rccuporatod and at tho same tlmo tho body nourlshod and sustnlned. Thls Is a great socret nnd thls is ulno tho socret of tho uniform success of Stuart's Dyspopsla Tablets. Thls Is a comparatlvoly now remedy, but its suc? cess and populurlty leaves no doubt as to its morlt. . . Tho Tablets wlll dlgest the food uny way, rogardless of condition of stomooii, Tho sufferor from Dyspopsla, accordlng to djr.utlons, ls to eat un abundance of good, wholesome food and use tlio tnb? lets beforo and after each >ne_l, and tho rosult wlll bo thut tho food wlll bo dl* gestcd no matlei* how bad your Dya popsla may bo, becauso, ns before stated, tho tablets wlll dlgest the food even'if tlie stomiioh la wh"Uy Inactlve, To IJlun trato our meunlng plalnly. lf you tako l.ww gralns of meat, eggs or ordlnary food und placo lt Jn a tempel-atiire of 0. degrees, and put wlth lt ono of Stuart's Dyspopsla Tnblets |t wlll dlgost tho me ut or pgga almost na porfeptly as (f the mcut wns enclos.d wltlilh tho stomach. Tho pioniarli mny bo over, so weak, yet tliosi) TublciK wlll perl'orni tho work of dlgostlou und tho body and braln wlll bo proporly nourUliud. and ut tho sume tiruo U radlcal, lastlng curo of Dyspepsla, wlll ho made becauso tho in .ch-ubused. stom aoh wlll bo .Iven, to sqmo oxtent, a nuioh liooded rest. Your druggist will tell you that of ull tho mnny rwnedlea udvortise.l to curo Dyspopsla none .of them have ?gtV_i. so coiiiploto and genornl sntlsfoc Uun us Stuuri's Dyspopsla Tublets, nnd not loast In Impoiianc-. ln theso hurd tlmes Is the fact that th .y nro also tha cheup~?t nnd glvo the most good for tho lea.t money, .' j ?^X' '1* *?* *?' ? ?* '1**1**1* ? X ? *I?'X**X* *? - *I'T*X*'X* ? X" ?X* *Xt'4*? tt^^f^tltfl'm^^^^^^f!* HAT'S TH *j? ^j*WUaf S the use of our telling you wo have BARG.AINS.if wo don't give -flr 'ly-ou Bargains? What's the use of'our offering BARGAINS if you don't take W advantage of them to the fullest limif. Our store was never fuller; our prices ? never cheaper than now. If you are dealing with us you know these to be facts. If you never dealt with us.you have been losing moncv. Now is the time to stop ... it. READ. Fanoy Strlp.d Mercerized Wnlst Ing.., was mado to aell at 39o., our bftrgaln prlco, 10c Solld Wlilto Baskot Woave, mer Verlzed goods. has always sold at 26c, our bargain prlce, ?12.6c. Dark Colf^ed Mercerized Ging hnm; they w>re never sold under 25o? 'our bargain prlco, 14c There Never Was A better tlmo than now for those who havo not yot bought of ub to dlscover what rcmarkablo values wc glv? our customers to learn. Read These Prioet Art Squares, 0x12 feot, nlce rlch patterns; don't buy a carpet, but get one at our bargnln prlce, S5.48 Smyrna Rugs, 30 Inches wide, 60 Inches long; 100 to plck from; our bargain prlce, S1.23. Floor Oil Cloth, 1, 1% and 2 yards wide. best quallty, per squaro yard, our bargain prlco, 25c Dark Otillng Cloth, sultablo for chlldren's wear or ladles' wrap pers; ono case only, wlll bo sold ot our bargain prlco, 4._? I.adles' "VWilklng Skirts, mndo of good materlal; our bargain price, 08c. Heavy All-Wool Bed Twllled Mcdloated Flannel, our bargain prlco, 25c Strlctly All-Wool Whlto Flan nol; see thlg and you wlll buy It; our bargain prlce, 25c Eittra Largo Slze Bed Comforts, Bcroll stitched,. our bargain prlce, 98c All-Wool 10-4 Whlto Blankets, worth *5, our bargain prlce, ,, 83.48 Full Doublo Sl_e Whlto Bed Spreads, real Marseilles patterns, our bargain prlce, 75c Ladles' Fleece Dlned Jersey Rlb? bed Vest, heavy wlnter welght. our bargain prlco, 23c Krlnr.cd Tnbl- Covers, I>_ ynrds .quare; thoso nro great values, at our barguln prlco, 48c Bleached Tnblo Dutnnsk, 00 Inch? es wide, 10 patterns to plck from, at our bargain prlce, 23c Bluo, nnel Whlto Che-cked Table Damask, 54 Inches wide, only a few plccos lcfl, at our bargain prlce,, 19c. Freo to Each Customer Solld sntlsfactlon ls glven wlth every purchase horo; lf not wo want you to repoit lt nnd we wlll seo thnt you got It. Every cus? tomer must bo ploasod Or your Money Will be Given Back Laco Curtains, a blg lot Just ar? rlved, full 3 yards long, our bar? gain prlce. 75c JJottlnghnm Lace Curtains, full 3V_ ynrds long, real beautles, our barguln prlco, 98c 100 palrs of Lace Curtains, -worth $2, bought from a flrm golng out of buslness, give your plck at our bargain prlce, $1.25 IW. A. CHEATWOOD, I509, I5II, I5I3 ? | East IVfain Street. | PLAGUE OF MOSQUITOES. Ship's Crew Disabled by an At? tack of the Insects. (By Assocfl ated Press) | NORIFOLK, VA, Novomber 19.?Tho French stearhshlp Provlnda arrlved here to-day from Sablno Pass, Texns, for Hamburg, w-ith' Captain __urtade, dis? abled, her flrst mate' so 111 he has been sent to a hospltal and several of her crow sufferlng soverely on. account of an en counter wlth a huge swarni of mosquitoes whlch settled upon the Provincla's deck whilo tho shlp was ln tho Gulf. Captain Courtnde's rlght arm ls usoless arid Mato VIncontelle, ln addltlon to hun dreds of mo. qulto blfes, ls sufferlng from a bronchlal dlsprder. The crew of the shlp fought the insects for hours wlth smoke and improvlsed fans and fW.mom every man on the boat has a swollen face and lacerated arms. THE GOVERNOR-ELECT. Will Make Appointments on Re? turn From a Trip. (Speclal to The Tlraea-rJIsrjatch.) WINSTON-SADE.M, N..C.., Nov. 19.? Governor-etect R. B. Glenn, 'accompanled by Mrs. Glenn and daughter, left to-day for Washlngton. In 'an Intcrvlew Mr. Glenn stated that he had jiot decided upon any af Ws appointments yet. Ho sald: "I am golng to Washlngton to Iook after some *buslness, and upon my return, probably next week, I wlll take up the appllcatlons (and I have aJbout flve hun? dred of- them) and s elec-j. tlie few men I' have to appolnt." It is generally underatood that Mr. S. T. Ne-al, who was dhlef clerk to Cap? tain Glenn during hls term as, Unlted States Dlstrlct Attorhey, undor Pres.jont Cleveland, wlll be glven a good posltlon. NEW TRIAL J?OR TURNER. Jack Dillard Wanted in North Carolina for Crime Too. (Speclal to Tlie Tlmes-Dlspatch.) REIDSVIDEE, N. C, Nov. 10.-In the ca .e of John Turncr, clrarged Wlth the murdor of his brother, near Madlson, last Ffebruayy tho Jury failed to. agree, and ihero wlll be another trlal. Tho tr'al was ln progress for two days, and tho jury was out fully as long. Jack Dillard, tho notorlous Roldsvllle outlaw, who wus captured tn Roanoke a fow days ago, was oar.led to Da-nvllle to-day, whore ho will bo trled for attempt. Ing to klll Pollceman Hall. ELECTION OFFICERS FINED AND LOCKED UP IN JAIL (By Assoclnted Press.) DENVER, COL,, Nov. 19.?Thomas STiepardsQii, Peter Mlller and Mlchaol Dowd, eiection ofllcora, woro to-day ad juclged gullty by tho Supremo Court of substltuting ballots and swearlng ln an eiection cle.rk wrongfully at the rc.ent eiection. Shepardson and Mlller were llned $1,0)0 each and sentenced to Jall for one yc-ur. Dowd was llned .250 and sc-n touced to Jall for slxty days, ITALY WILL TAKE PART IN NEW'PEACE CONFERENCE (By Assoclated Pross.) ROME, Nov, 19,?lt ls olliclnlly nn noiincod thnt Italy 'hus ngroed ,to tuko part ln the new peace conieronoo at Tho Ilague, as proposed by the Unlted Stn.os,( reaervlng only tho questlon of thu 'date of tho meeting and tlio programme. Newspaper Changes. (Speclal to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.) SALISBUI.V. N. C, Ni'ven.bej 19.?A doal was consmii'iuited hero to nlght whereby the Sallsbury Dolly i*un bocoi ttes tlio property of the Giob. Publlsh Ing Company, of thls city. _*h. S *n trans? ferred Its subscription llsts aud good wlll to the now coinpuny, whloh i& uri(J_r Ihe matjngt.ni.ut of ,Mr, I.. }"?, Varner, of l.txlngton, nnd Mr. Carl Hammei-, of New Vork. Tho paper wlll be contlnued .under tho n_.mo of tho Sallsbury Dally Sun, Tho Globe wlll nlso b. oontlnuod ns a wcekly publioat'on. Messrs. John M. Jullan. formerly wUh tho Sun, and W. T. Host, of tlio Globo, wlll bo employed on tho staff of tho noiv paper. Tho. jewelry store of Mr. S. D.^SwIce. good, of thls clty, ,w. b robbed at nn enrly hour thls mornlng of about *500 and Jow elry. Orange County Hunt Club. (SpcclnJl to Tho Tlmes*Dlspatch.) ORANGIA VA? November IB?The Orange Counly J.unt Club had another successful run 11)1. mornlng on the "Rock "A Gift Civer's Guide." THE LINZ JEWELRY CATSLOGUE SE^fT PREE to n?y one Interested ln Flno Jewelry and ChrUt mas preBents. 4,000 artlcles of latest and most beautlful deslgn In Dlamonds, Jew- "_ elry and Sllverware, beautlfully Ulustrated and deacrlbad ln ' one handsome book Addrega JOS. LINZ & BROS., (Established 1877.) Mail Order Department F, DALLAS, TEX. THE SECRET OF OUR SUCCESS. ...GIVE HONEST GOODS... ? at tho lowost posslble prlce. ? Keep a customer for ye*ars a purchaser?graln hls respect, because he knows that only rellable Jewelry Is sold nnd the prlces are rlght and ls sure thnt nothing ls mlsrepresonted. We havo been dolng thls for years, conscquently .wo have gralned tho confldence of thousands. J. T. Allen & Co., - Jewelcrs, i Fourteenth and Maln Streets. Established 1856. Great Structures REQU1RE STRONG FOUNDATIONS ! Thls holds good ln buslness bullding. . Nearly half a century of progress could only be founded on prlnclples that aro sound and deep. The BED ROCK on whlch thls buslness has been built Is "character"?the character of the GOODS, the character of the designs; tho character and rcputatlon of the HOUSE. This chnracter means continued progress J. R KOHLER, 'Phone, 2643. 209 East Broad Streot. n __r_r??r?*___n rss? wood" farm, and tho run was from tha.t placo*. The weather was flno, and tlie rlders very enthusiastic over tho fact thnt thoy had a roafl fox chaso, whlch Increased Its pieasure, and lt soomod that every par tlcipant was full'of Joy, Several ladles wero <n attendance, and partioipntcd ln tho cha.?fi as follows: Miss Uess-lo Clai bornn and Mr. Charles Talbott, Captaln Robert S, Walker, Miss M. V. Crenshiiw, Mr, XXI S. Grymc*. Miss Rlta Grnhnm, lt. S. Rlckerts, Dr, Holladay, August WBcnbusle, AV, M. du Pont, Dr. J, T. An? drews, Mr. James , Andrews, .Teffrey Woodr|Cf, Jack Woodrlff, Wallace San. ford, W. rV Grymos, Goorgo Parker,' E. (Leo Gose* Mlas Ada Woodrlff, Miss Bertu Woodrlff, Miss Ellis Sanford. ? . ? . ? ?? "Erminie". to be Elaborate, The opera "Ennlnlo," to bo produced hy local tnlen't at ttoo Academy on Wed? nesday, November 80th, and Thursday, Docomber lst, wlll be an olaborato af? falr. Tbo chorus ane) oost nro now In llno ebapo .and' the flnjsblner touchos wlll bo accf/inpll'shed thls week. The chorus wlll . bo one of the largest that ever appoared on the Acadei\vy st-age. It conslst*- all told of soventy-sevon YO'ces, ooipprlslng somo of tho best local t-alent. Prominent Men Came to Blows. . Some Interest was ooensioned" at Sovpnth and Broad Streots yesterday nf tfrnoon abpul 2 o'clock, whon Clty Auditor Warren and Mr. Samuel C. Shlold were arrested by Pollccman Vest for raislng j. .cilsturbnnce, Tho flght arose over' certaln remarks mado by ono of-the gentlemen to the other. iThoy were recognlzed for thelr appoaranco In the Po^o Court to-morrow ;nornlng. ?-?? , Patrol Driver Hurt. Charles CuJinon, drlver of a, patrol wafoi. was hurt yosterday evenlng by Thanksgiving Sale Cutlery. LlMll'it. IiiAtr.'_Cuiui'sMake. Some Thanksgiving Specials.' Carvnr and Pork.*** _? li-pleco Carvlng Set, ln cases, IfU.BO to. .??'(..<?0 Turkey Sets, old bluo pattern... .*?.<* Turkey Dlshes, IS.o. to.t. ? ?*? Turkey Platea to match dlshes. Vou wlll flnd.ut our stores tho most attractlve Unes of Rrlc-a Rrnc, Cut Glnss. Rcc.ption I.amps nnd flno docorntcd Chlna ln tlio South. Seo our 2_o? BOo, nnd ?**?- count. ers. * Thoy nre ladened wlth spe? cials. THE E. B. TAYLOR C0? The Housek oepsr's' Frlend, 1011 E. Maln 8t. 9 E, Broad St. mmmtmmmumamm&aamwitnwnm _?__mm_? belng eruslied between a Ktrcot car aud wagon at, Seventeerith aml Maln Strecl.. He hart gotten off tho cnr, and In pass lug around tho renr end wns e.tiglu between a pnsalng wagon aud thc car.