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a As an introduction to cnr new addition is arranged as a fealure of apprcciation?a Mark of HoliOf in tlie sliapc cf Special Prices in lieti of souvcllir cards or flowers. It is a substatiiial offering of pilr clibiccst purchases of thc scason at dcciclccl rcdticlions from regular prices. You are asked lo eomc, lbokvexamific and revel, if it pleascs you, among thc heautiful fabrics. and thc buying will be cntirely in yoill* iiaiidu. lt is thc finest collccliion of fashion ablc. stuffs we have ever gottcn together, and altogctlict' lhe lowest priccd. - $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50 Dress Goods, 69c yard. I his loi includes Chiffon Voiles, Crcpc de Paris, Caro de Soie, Voile Ninons and Tissuc Sttitjiigs in thls scason's most dcsirablc shades. ' $1.50 Colored Dress Goods, $1.00 yard. Forcign and domestic goods, iiicluding THE NEW SERGE SU.ITJNGS EMBROID ERED VOILES, MARQU1SETT.E VOILES, FRENCH VOILES, CHIFFON PANAMAS M01IA1R SICILLTANS, NTOV*ELTY MOtlAlRS, etc. . DE tYYeli-Known Manchester Man Drops Dead on Hull Street. FUNERAL OF COLONEL EVANS Allcgcd Forgery of Note?Honor Pupils in School?Personals and Bricfs. Manchester Buroau, Tlmes-DIspntch, No. 1102 Hull Stroot. Mr. Willlam Goorgo Vaughan, a ivell-known citl7.cn of Mauchoslon, dropped dead lust night ubout 7 o'clock <m Hull Street. Mr. Vaughan, who was iu hls sixty-tirst yenr, hud boon un well for some time, nli'd hoart failiiro was not unexpected by his friends. Ho was carrled to the homo of hls broth? er, Mr. .lohn F. Vaughan; nt 1304 Hull fcHreet, but wus found to havo diud immediately . Mr. Vaughan ls survlved hy two lirothers, Messrs. John F. and J. Roh. ert Vaughan, nnd by' ono slster, Mrs. Sydnehum Walke, ull of Manchester. Ho had a number of othor rclntivcs nnd connections in Manchester, among them being' Captniu James A. Lips? comb^ tho Chief of Police. Th0 funeral ivlll take place to morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock from the residence, and tlio Interment will be made in Maury Ccmctory. Funeral of Colonel Evans. The funeral of Colonel A. G. Evnps toclt placo yesterday morning from the Sacred Heart Catholic Church wlth requlem mass. Delegatlons were pres? ent froin Dee Camp, Joseph E. Johnston Camp. iho Daughters o ftho Confeder? aey. and the Heptasophs. ln tho snnct. uary besldes the celebrnnt ot thc mass, Father Magri, was Bishop Van de Vyver nnd Fathera Bowler and Wil? son. Bishop Van de Vyver, who wns n close friend of Colonel Evans, dc livered a brief address, ln which he ? paid hlgh'tribute to his llfo nnd char? actor. Thc rekjuiem mass *was sting by the cholr of the church, assisted by a number of Richmond slngcrs. As the party wns leavlng the church, Cap? taln F. W; Cuhnlngham sang "Somo Timo. Wo'll Understand." The Intor iiient was made iu Mount Calvary Cemetery, in Richmond. Alleged Forgery. Mr. A. L. Powell, of West Seventh Street, reported to the Manchester police yesterday thnt ..hls namo hnd been forged on a noto for .sdmbttiing over $10, whlch he slated''hud lieoii passed on a Bich? mond bank. G. J. Byrd, a former nio lorman of tho Perry Streot llne of thu Passenger and Power Company, has boon charged wlth tho' crime, and the police flnd that hc has been missing from his homo slnce last week. It ls state,! that ho ls now in Norfolk. Several months vpo Byrd wns taken tn Washington on a charge of forgery nnd wns acquittcd, Musical Concert. The musical concert to bo given ut the Flfth .Strcet Methodist Church t'o night will be for the henelit of the. build? ing fund of tho church. A sllver eolloc tjon wlll.be taken ol lhe door, An clab tirale program has been prepnred for the CDllCCrt. Elks' Bazaar. The cntcrtalnmenl committee of Iho JBlks' baztiar, whlch ls ld bo opened on Mny Cth, haa nrrangod so. oxceedlngly nttractlvo progrnnis lo !"? rendered dur Ing the fnlr. The Manchester Glee Club which has never inado Its InltJul bow to tho public, will ;.:- dst in n conccri one nlgiii durlng the buzaur. They havo been _,well drilled uud promlse lo ncqlill tlicni jjclves adnilrably, Work on tlie bulldlng ln whlch thc bazaar is to he le ld is progresslng rup ldly, imd lhe Ktructure i-' now nearly completed. li occuples a position on tho corner of thu lo' of th,. Klks' lloiuo at Eleventh (md Kalnbrliigo Street. Sister of Father Coleman Dead. Mrs, Muggie 'olcinnn Raluly, slster r.f lie- 'Rev. I'atlier Coleman, pastor of the Sacred Hear! Church, dled sud (Tcnly Tuesdaj morning at her tiuine, ln pcttTHburg. her death belng causod hy HCUte ludlgoeiion, She is survlved by her husband, Mr. Willlam .1. itahiiy, llve clilldiv.ii nnd threo brothcrs, Tlu funeiiil wili t.ik, nioriiing BRA1NS are BUILT hy Iho kind of food nmti rjul |n Grape Nuts Miiiie ,,f ivlioul Ulllj harley |,y , pjieclaJ prui?i.'?a, There'v a Reason." . In Potersbiirg. Fnthor Colomnn lias 1k< n in Potersbiirg for sovoral days. Big Auction Sale. A remarknblo' sorlos of sales at "Ma Boh Park" havo been mado by Mr. A. L. Adamson during tho past few days, nearly n hundred lots chnnglng iia'nds. Tho total soles timoiinted to soin'othlng* over $10,000, and nearly nll those pur chaslng oxpro-Hsed their inteiitioii ot building liuines for tholr personal use. "Mason Park" is locatod east of the Mnnchestor nml Potdrsburg TuTnpIko, Just beyond the Oak Grove settlerrient. The highest prlce pald for nny lot was about $20ii. The lowest went for $50. ?Ihcrc were about fifty purehasers. School Honor Roll. The honor roll for tho month or Aprll lor ihe public school is as fol lo w: GRADED SCHOOL. Slxth Primary Gradc (Mlss Emma Lanib, TeachoiO?Vii'glnla Puliiam, Uh. Worsliam, Virglnla onesiy, Blsie Young, Edna Powell. Flfth Primary Grade (Miss May Bronaugh; Teachor)?Ella Bradshaw, Margaret Brooks, Luello Clieiithiun, Katherino Gwathmey, lsllo Jennings Gwendolyn .lewett, Hazol I,lnk, Ella Iteams, Edna Stark, Eddie Henloy; Danlol lngram, I'nrker Weislger. /J.our,.!, "I"1 T1,lrd Primary Grados (Miss hllstaboth Bohahnon, Teacher)_ Mc-ntolro Nelson. Luthcr Sampson, Willlo Sampson, Helen Anderson, Vir? glnla Archer, Sadle Cook, Gavnell Phll? llps, Annle lteams, Annle Robertson Mabel Sampson, Mamio Varoll, Thomas Chlldress, Georgo Day, Percy Garnett, Raymond llall, .Spencer Hancock, Cor wlth JollilTe, Benjainiri .Johnson, El nore Lester. Dolla Aiwoll, Ellzabeth Day, Barbara Godsey; Tholnia Wil? liams. .Second and Pirst Prlmnrv Grades (Miss Clara O'Brlen, Teacher)?Glonna Lovliig. Hndie Sutton. Surali Rlchard? son. Arthur Amos, Joseph Galloway, Waltcr Henloy, Pago Kelly, Cllfford Mpsolcy, Margaret Baltlmore, Emma Boyntqn, Myrtlo Caudle, .Tonnlo Dow dy, Cora Elittu. Evelyn llairoway, Ev? elyn Fry, Gladys .lolinson. Alice* Rob? inson Esthor Shot-well, Nlna Smith Wnrner Falson. Fourth Grammar Grade (Mrs. Tda Woodwurd, Teacher)?(irace Bt'lrisor, Liy.y.ie Donnis, Marlo AVilllums, Llzzic Fry, Corlnrid Lockett. Fourth Grammar Grade. .Section \ (Miss Lalla Mayo, Teacher)?Mabel AValton. Thlrd Grammar 'Gradc, Section R (Miss Adu. Hall. Teacher)? Georkio Frootjp, Adello Warrlnor. Thlrd Grammar Grade, Section A (Mlss Ada Hall, Teacher)?Ida Barigh Mo/.elle Roams, Estelln P.rewer, Lu clllu Reams, Wllliam Gibbs. Second Grnmmar Grade. Section R (Miss lnoy. Clo.ry and Mlss Miibol Rriliidis. Teachers)?Eflle Baltlmore Graco Robertson, Alice Paolnl, Clara G1U, Rutli Goodc. Second Grammnr Grade, Soctlon A fMlss Oertrudo Weisiger, Teacher_ Loutso Gwathnioy. Flrst Grammni' Grado, Soctlon B (Miss Virglo Robbrts; Teachor)?Mabel Bi-iiigh. Flrst Grammar Gradc. Section A (Mlss Bessio AVolls. Toacher)'?JOlma Bat? tlo. Garnett Cdmnhell, Martha Hand, Florolicp, Nolslor, Laura Anderson. Overflow School (Mrs. Owathmoy. Teacher)?Funlce Slmmnns. Llllle Wil? liams, Major Nunnally, Eldrldgo Piick ett. inriir school. Flrst Year A (Miss Fannlo Fronch, Tenchor)?Mlss Marv Fry. Second Year A (MisM Raohol Lvon, Teachor)?Miss Nannlo Vndoti, Mlss Zuliemo Du Val, Personals and Briefs, Mr. und Mrs, llonry Marton, Jr., left their homo in Chosterflcld county, yos? terday mornlng ror an exlcnded trlp ih rough tho Wost. Thoy expect to spend .somo lirne in Utnh and Jdaho. On Tuesday iifght a number of frlonda gh,thereil at tlnelr home to wish thom a pleasant journoy. Mrs. ,1. W. Hall, ivho hns boon spond Iiik some tlmo witli lier sistor, in Amella county, has roturnod to her homo. Th.* Olympla Olub. of Manchester, held an linportnht mcoting on Tuouday night to iIIkcuhh plaiis for tholr an? nual otltlrig which they will tuko at tlu* JaniOBtowii ISxposltioii this suni u or, ' Mlss Norii \'iiloiiiino. sistor of Mr. it, C. Uronddus, is qulto sick ut her homo on BalhbridgQ Streot. Tho r.-vival sorvlcoH at Cowunlin Avonuo Chrlstlan Church will continu. iiutll Sunday, Up lo this time thore havo beon thlr.ty-four convoralons, Mr. X. D. Curtls, ot' No. lios I'onv Stroet. whoso hand was sllghUy cul by a circular saw u few diiys ago; |s in a serious condltlon .biood-pnlson liav Iiik sol ln. lt is thought thut iin wlll loso his arm . The Clopton Sti-o.t Baptlst Cliurch will glvo a tiioky party thi,. evenlng nt Corsloy's llall for the beiioflt of ono ..I" tlie Mlieli-tieS lll' tl|>* chorcll. Captaln 1*3 'l'. lialloy luts oiUlroly ro oovorod from the lllness which haa kepl hlm in for sonie dnys. Mr. Edward Saiidi-rs is nuiU, iii iu I''.- I,..n.r i:,. daughter, Mrs. Ella Eggloston, No. ikis iiuii streot. LIBRARY EXHIBIT. Mr. Kennedy Unable to Complete Work Yet. J.ll.i'iilun ,l.,l:i| 1', Kelillmly |iuh ,?,i y0( ?"??'?? ablo ii.iipletu hlB iv..iii for 11? < l.il.i:.i> .vhil.ii ui u,,. .Ihiii. siimii KyjiOMh llon, ai- tho liuii.ilim, m'.IcIi J io imno ai u... ri i>..mi..i) ,.r in, ii:.jt?i-inu pupoii, Ih . ll>U?U(.(l. Tho l.lbiaij. foliflVli wlll i?, ,u?. I.liiye.l In Ui.- Iniil.li.u; ,,f |i|B(oiy n ihe j!!,"",' ,.M'"",',',"'' WM' " "'" '"' i"llMll'"l,u I Ilil'w' w"1 W". ""''' '. Iu" "' hh i< -ui muii) vnluuh|e lilutrirli'Ul iiorliullg wil I T '.V "" "'-',?""?. nml no- ni-dfc-ivss ,. ? '?"? '."????? >MI1 I" (lupll'tlKl by luriou, I cDm>4i*i"?">" "" "'""' "uW '''"'lv ,u''"''-v UV l..'ri',' l"!t'l':','.',""k,' '"."?"?"ilUB 'llli|.lll.vU wll .. 11...1 .,( l-?i;-l;uul. WlllOll Will ...IIIBill in;,,, ';":";? w?*n .<-imn1K io ii,., vHiiy ),,? 1I-....-I ;,','' '""V"1""- 'flw VirvlnV llli'tlil. lui'liiin,-!' " U'K,J [" hu "-'?"'^?-?<'-" FROM CURL'S NECK Management of Great Plantation . Oppqscs Granting .of License for Place Ncarby. JUDGE MAKES TRIP IN AUTO Visits Place to Have Look at the Situation for Himsclf?News of llcnrico. Accompaiiled by Clerk Wnddill Mr A. w. Palterson and Mr. Oeorio E Bcde ., Judge R. Carter Scott of the Henrleo Clrcult Court, took an'automo bile trlp to the lower part of thc county yesterday, stopping for lunch ?t the famous Curl's Nock Farm The object of tho journey was to look into the appllcation for a liquor license for a proposcd saloon qiilto near to me Curls Neck property. Thc party woro the guests of Mr. Bedcll, tho manager of the farm, which is one of the most extensive ln Eastcrn Virginia, e'rribraclng 3,089 acres, nnd which ls the property of Mr. Cliarles H. Senff, a sugar uiillion alre of New York Clty. It is understood that n Mr. Crlttendon, who !lves on nn adjolning place will shortlj, make appllcation for a license nnd the management of the great plan? tation, whlch einploys a large number of negroes, will oppose tho openlng of a saloon near their quarters. Th0 appll? cation Is scheduled to b0 passed upon by the, court Aprll 23d, nnd It is said that nearly nll tho landowners ln thc neighborhood will join the manager of thn Curl's Neck plucu i? opposltlon to grantlng tho license. Curl's Neck ls one of the most clabor ate places in Virginia. Besldes the brlck mansion, whlch overlooks tho 'James Rlver, thero Is the great. plantation with lts nimierous buildlngs nll coniieoted by a system of telephones. The whole fanii is underdralned and tiled( and has a compreherislvo system of 'macadamized roadways rcnehing all parts of the farm. Thore nro famous duck blinds on the place where Mr. Senff and hls friends enjoy flne sport every senson. Tho farm buildlngs includn a flour and corn mlll nnd b;iildings, where othor of the farm produets are mado up into snlenble articlos before belng shippod away. lt was said at tho time tho farm was purchased tlmt Mr. SeufE Intonded to ralso bocts nnd munufactiiro be'est sugar on thc plantation. It is not known whether lio has abandoncd this plan, A larg,. numlier of negroes, who are employcd on tho placo, llvo in ncnt iiuurters in Old Virginia stylo, and lt it to prolect tlieso hands that tho manager of th0 farm objects to the1 grnntlng of thc liquor license. Tlio matter hnd been argucd before Judgo Scott before, nnd tho judgo therol'oro detonnlned to go down und havo a look at actual conditions for hlmsolf. Verdict Against Company. Judge S. B. Wltt, of (ho Hiistltigs Court of the Clty of Richmond. pro Kldod oler tho Henrleo court iu thc ulisence of Judgo Scott. Tho court contlnued to henr tbo suit ! of Mrs. .itilia. ilolloway agalnst thc i lvcelvers of tlio Passenger aud Powor Company, thc Jury finally hringm;r ln a \erdlet of tlamagos ln tbe s,tin of | $1,000. .Mr. A. I!. Gulgon. of tho ooun I nol for tlie Passenger and Power Coin I pnhy, asked that the verdict bo set nside as contiary to tho law nnd ovl (h nco. and lh,> inu.tter was taken undor I advisemeiit by the coiirl. A si>ceiiil liiue will he Hxetl somo day thls week lor hearlng argumont on thQ motion to Set aside tll,; Verdict. Ill on Wedding Day. Tho weddlng of Mr. Willlam MUohell | nnd Miss K,atherine McNamara, whlch ! was to take pluce on Tuesday liiorn I iug at St. Patriek's Church, has been , poslponod on account of thn Illness of il,,, grooih, wlito was taken kikI | deniy sick on tlie morning on whlch ' lo- wiih to he marrled Tlu, doctor things tlinl he will not bc able to he up for two weeks or more Mp. .Mitchell ls a resldeut of Fullon. STREIT (I'onlinui-d from First i'sge.') form. This orgaiilzafidn will l,e Iho musicul cscorl of the parade. Veterans and Children. A nqund of polico oil foul Will lead lhe processhei, ufter whlch will como tlu druni corps, ihcn Leo Ciiuip, Plclicti Cuntn und other Confederato organlzatlnus, Followlng dirtetly after t|,e vetorhliH will be the llnon of HChoolifhlldron, draw jtlB the Uavis bronze ligure, whlch wll! be inuiiiitcd on a largo' cnr and iinpro prlatcly diaped iu Confcdoralo colors roniinander Krooinan wlli be |n ehaige of the voti-ran sc-tion ,,f tho parade nud will he iisslsle.l by Adjillant Htruluiii. ol l.ee t'aniii, aud ('ominunder W. Mllcb Cary, of plcHott Cnnip, Mr. pclor J. While will l.e in o|iurg(! of tlie school-children, and lhe niontinu'iit uud hus uppoliiled u s.itutd of u Uuzen ui DAVIS MONUMENT AS IT LOOKS TO-DAY moro citizens of the clty to asslst in thc formatlon of llio llncs of thu children and to prcseryo ordor ln thc ranlts. An? other forco of plcked men will bc ln imme? diate charge of thu car, to apply tho brakea on the down grades and to pro vent nccldents generally, as well ns to nld tho children when the paved streot is passed and the haullng beeomes heavy. A guard of honor conslstlng of four teen citizens, each roprcscntlng a Southern State, will nccompany the cnr, soven marchlng on ench slde. Theso fourtoen geiitlenien aro ns fol? lows: Messrs. Henry Lee Valentino, Louls MeK. .ludkins, Jaiiies !'? Wattson, W. R. Walker, T. W. Chelf, A. L. Rlch ardson, Falrlie Cooke, It. S. Whcrry, lt. T. Minor, R. A. Lancaster, B. S. litime, .1. K. Rawley, A. H. Taylor, E. II. C.'lowos. There will be no formal oxorcises nt the niomnnc-nt. As soon as the parade is ovor tho children.-and veterans. will be dismissed, nnd the driim corps will return to Its nrmory. Tho old soldlers from Lee Camp Sol? dlers' Home will be brought over to the Leo Monumont durifig tho afternoon, and will thoro awall the parade. At thls polnt the procession will lialt long onough for tlio (Iriini corps to play approprlate Con? federate iiiis iu honor of tho vetemiis. The old soldlers from tho homo will then lead the procession on up Monument Ave enue to the Davls site, whero thc parade will disband. Whon compleiod, the Davls Monument, which has cost n total of 570,000, will be ono of the rnost Imposing in the South. Tho monument was designed by Messrs. Noln'nd and Buskervlll, of this clty, nnd tlie artistle work on the Iwo ligures wns done by the noted Rlchmond artist, Mr. Edward V. Valehtlhc, The bronzes wero east from tbe arllst's models by the Gor ham Compnny, of Providence, It. L, nnd the stonework 01' the monument has been crected by Contraetor Nctlierwppd. lu tho centro of ;lhe monument, lind surroiinded by ,-v collonnade, is-- a plllar slxty, feet high, ' at the top of whlch stands an allogorical flgure of a woman known as "Vlndioutrix," representlng tiio splrit of the South; At the baso of thls plllar is a pedestal llve feet high, on whlch will bo, placed lhe hronze llgure of Mr. Davls, which ls eight feot in height Tho inscrlptlons on the plllar are in Llltin. Near tho top ls "Pro Jurt. Clvltatum," and lower down, a few feet above the hoad of tho Davls statuo, "Pro Avis et Foccs." The inseriptlou on the front of tho pedestal on which will stand tho statuo of the prosidont Is "Jefferson Davls, Expnncnt of ('onstltutloiiiil Prlnciples, Pefcnder of si.- lllghts," und. bo neath this "Crcs, Oculto Vclut Arbor Aoro Fnmo." On oithcr slde of tho pedestal will he the Inscrlptlons "As cltlzen, soldler; stutomun, be enlianccd tliu glory, tho faine of tlie Unitcd Stutos. "When his allegliince to that govern moiH wns tormlnated by his soverolgn State, as President of the Confodoracy he exalted hls country beforo tho na? tions." Ou the right slde of tlio pedestnl will be Inscrlbed "Wlth constancy und cour nge unsiirpa.ssed he suslnined tho heavy hurdeii laid upon him hy tho peoplo, When their cause wiih lost. wlth dignitv he met defeat, With fortitlldo be inel linp'rlsoniiiont and suffoi'lnf?, with en? tire dovotlon lie kept the fiiith." On the Interlor of the urchilrado around tho top of tho colonnade will lie Inscrlbed "Not ln hostlllty, to others, not to Injure uny sectlon of lhe coun? try, nol even for our own poeuniary lii-nellt, but from the hlgh and soleinn niollve of iiroteel.lng tho rlghts we Inlierlted and whleh It is our duty tc Iransniit tinshorn to our chlldren." This stiiienienl. wus mude bv Jefferson Davls lu the l.'nltnd Stutos Sonato .lum: 21, IKfil. On tlie extevior of the colonnade tlu Inscrlption. "lOrcetod by tlio peoplo ol l the South in honor of thoir greul leader. comiiiemorutiiig tholr lovo foi the man, tliolr reverenco for lils virtucs tlielr gratltutio for his sorvteos," wll ho lndelllilv lmprlnted in tho lasllnp niarlde On the ondH of lhe colonnade piinci; Will he placed, the paiiol on lhe It^fi wlil hear nn luscrlpliini to tho navy o: the ConlVderato Stntes und tho rlgh piinol will hear un inscrlption lo tln Coiil'edeinte ariilJV Tlio Inscrlption to tho navy will rea, ns follows: "Glving nmv oxnmples n lieioisin. leaclilng new niethods of war faie, II carrled lhe llug of the Soull to lhe inost- disltuit sons. lf to dle no bly he ovur lhe iiroudcst glory of vir llio, these of all men hns fortune greut ly granted to thom; for yournlng will deep iluHlru io clolho their cotintry wl11 li.loin, now nt lust llioy rcst full o an ugoloss fanio." Tho inscrlpUon to Iho nriuy rends "I'loin Suinier |o Appoinutto.v, fou yours of oniiiuchlng stnuvgle ngalns overwholmlng odds. Glury liioi'lubl llie.-e urouiuj tholr deiir land wrup idng, wrupt around theinselves the pnr ple lllulilli- of denth. Dylug, they die, noi, all; but froin lhe gravo nud It shndows, Ults them jflurlllcd ever oi hltili," i SENATOR DANIEL TO iii VETS Respoiids Pomptly by Wire, Ac cepting Invitation of General Ghairman Gordon. TO ISSUE PROGRAM SOON Scnntbr Jnlin W. Daniel. Colonol John XV. Gordon, Ki-noral chairman of tho Confcdcrato Reunlon, yesturdoy, on behalf of tho veterans, oxtended to S e ii a t o r Daniel an 1 n vltatldn to dollver tho addross of welcoiiio to tho Grand Camp, D. O. V? un Fri? day, Mny 31 st, a n d the Senator P r o m p t ly b y w i r a replied tliat it would uf ford h i in ploasure to do so. Kvery day.tho reunlon nuills'grow larger and floo.ls of letteis are now coming ln to all tho committees. Cali taln Charles T. Loe.hr, chalrman of tho committee oh Informatlon and quartera, ls ono of tbe busiest of tho old sol? dlers in tho- city, as ho has liad to answer huhdreds of I'liiestlons wlthln tho last fortnlght. Yetorans are wrlting to him from all parts of the country in rogat'd to'hotcl and boartllng-houso facilitlos. As to the latter, no'no need be iiiiprehen.slvo. AlreaiJy at least 160 pooplo have sig niriod their wllllngness to take lodgers and boarders during tbe rounlon. Tho naiiio.s of these aro all belng carefully llsted and systematically aranged, so that no confiislon may result at tlio last minute, whon the tldo of humanity bcKins to turn In thls dlreotlon. ln a few days, Captaln Loehr will os tablish headquarters for hlH commlt? teo in tlio Shafer building, as the gov erriment has consentod to allow him tlio use of some of iho vacant rooms thero. What They Write About. F. A. Ilowoil, adjutant of llolnies Camp', U. C, V., Bowllng Greonj Miss., rather quaintly writes to-know if thoro aro nny strect'cars in Rlchmond. "You linil n'o stroot cars whon .1 was thore last." ho sliys, "but I left on orutches In ISCIt." Clarenoo R. Ilatton, adjutant of tho Confedoiato Veterans Camp, of Now BEST BPJ THE WORLD. ^a Doyouwear W.L.Douglas shoes? If not,l believe I can give you good and sufficient reasons why it will pay you to wear them. I glve the wearer the benefit of my thorough and practical knowledge of shoemnking, which hasexteinled over fifty years. I give the wearer tlie heneflt of my excluslve method of tannlng the bottom soles, whlcli makes them more flcxible and gives lon ger wear than any other sole leather produced in this country. As I am the largcst manufacturer of men's flne Hand-Sewed Process shoes in the world, lt Is necessary for me to purchase leather and other materluls in enormous quantltles ; the benefit of the very low prices 1 obtain 1 glve to thp wearer ln superior quality over other makes. -' If 1 could take you Into my large factorles at Brockton, Mass,, and show you how cnrefully W. L, Douglas shoes are made, you would then understand why they hold their shape, flt better, wear longer ond are of grenter value than any other make, W, L. Douglas, Brockton, Mass, I hava been a wearar of ihe W, L, Douglas $3.50 shoe for the past four yoars and for comfort, style and wear they eannot be surpassed. Jt. C, HJtliMJiJH, Senator from Rlchmond, Va, These area few of the reasons why I make andjfi sell more Men's Fine Hand-Sewed Process SS3.50' Sh-nes than any other manufacturer In the world.i . ??,?..?.?,.??.. W. L. DOUGLAS $4.00 G1LT EDGE 8HOE3KllViffl8SILI'1D r-jcelutively. u?m? inil orlce7> itiunnod on th? bottom, wlilch prowoU th* w?ir?r Milmt Iilgli prlctl aud lnfeiior ihou. IHB1ST UPON W. h, liwytas, Jlrocklon, Mass. L. DOUGLAS RICHWiOND SHOE STORE, G23E. BROAD ST ^ ork, whlch has a membership of several hundred, nnd plenty of funds to travol in style, unnouncos by let? ter that hla organlzatlon is to havo a hlg reproHentatlon nt the reunion. The Camp of Jefferson county, W. Vn., whlch has lts habltat nt Charlos Town, Is to bring 100 men, as well as a hand of twenty pleces. Tlilrty or more old soldlers are nlso to como to Tilehmond, us tho delegates from Camp Stratton, of J/OKan. W. Va. Othor lettors of Inqulry havo been re? ceived from the camps at Baltlmore, Loulsvillo, Blrinlngham, us well as from Holy Sprlng-s. Mass., und Ml'ddlotowri; Ky. Dr. M. M. Glbson. of Itlslng Star, Tox., says Uiat ho ls to movo Rlchmondivard next month wlth several of hls coniradea, Chapter CO, Daughters of tho Con? federaey, of Tampa, Pln., Is to bring a party of 1P1. nnd pleasing news Is heard from .ny other parta of thc country rogardlng tho delogatlons whlch nre to take pnrl ln tlie grand jolllfleutlon of the old soldlors. Each day brings tho plans for the reunion nearer to complotion, and many problcnis whlch nt flrst provod very voxatloiis, have been worked out In ti manner agroeahlo to nll. The offl clal program wlli ho ready for publl? catlon in tlio courso of a day or so. One half has not hoen told yet. however, concerning the Lrllllant so? cial features of the reunion. and thc iVrrangement8 whlch aro belng made for the entertainment of visitors dur? ing tholr spare momehts whon they nre not wltne'ssing the parades nnd unvelllngs or attetidlng tlie meetings of tho Grand Camp. Some of the featiires yet to bo nn nounced wlil bo attractlvo .to old nnd young allke. and will provc decldcdly noval nnd interesting. Itelliilon I'llinl. Yesterday's contributions to tho ro? union fund wero as follows: "T. T. D.".$ 1 00 Raffaelle Franclone. 10 00 C. F. Clucct. 2 00 Frank Dolapapa. 5 00 C. B. Conke. 100 C. C. Mlllnor. 100 Clish. 25 Ktepben Allen. r. 00 Metropolitan Llfe 1ns. Co.. Ein ploves, Itiohmond Dlntrict. .. . 10 00 Georgo D. Wise. 20 nn John Hunter, Jr. 5 00 Total.$00 25 HIS FATHER QUITE ILL. For This Reason Superintendent Eggleston Cancels Engagements, Superliitohdont ot Publlc Inetruotion Jo? seph D, PBgle.iton. Jr., Ih dotalnou nt tho homo of lils fathcrj rioar Knrnivlllo, by tho crit'lcnl illness of tho Jattcr. For thln reason Mr, BgsleBton haft hnd to canool a numbor of ollielal cii(ragamont?, ivhleh ho hud mado for tln; present week. Hut for Uie UliiesH of hls father lio would have iitlcridcd tlio moqtltiK of iho hoard of visitors of tho A'lrRlnln Polytechnlo Instltuto at lilackshurK yosterday. lt Ih iiiicertnln whon Mr. EgKleston wlil be nblo to return to tlio clty. Snatchiiig Rides sliding down banislcrs, climbing fences and kindred boy triclcs? what don't they do to clothes} ?JJIt's not n bil of une lo tcll a youngstcr to bc careful. Might as well tcll a doggic io stop wagging bis tail. ?JWe rcinforce all our Boys' Clothes at the scams and ends. Wc doublc tape tliem throughout. We sew buttons on with a special lliread twice as strong as tliat ordinarily used. <JThe rnost durablc Boys' Clothes in all Richmond are here, and they cost no more than' lhe kind put to? gether with a "hclc and a promise." ^$3.50 for lhe Ncvcr-Rip Suits, m Double-Breasted and Norfolks, value $5. q$5 for Hartdsome All-Worstcd Suits, that would be good value for $7. <2,Russian and Sailor Blouscs, in nobby effects, $3 to $6. Jacohs & levy. SPECIAL RATES TO Official Notices Sent Out Yes? terday by Secretaries of Baptist Bodies. Tho ofllcial call for tho nicotb'K of tho Southorn Unptlut Convoiitlon, Iucluding donnlto lnfornmt..jn ns to rallroad rnles, wan issued yesterday by tlio two seere ta-rlcs of tlio convention, Rov. Lanslng Burroughs, li. D., and Rov. Ollver I". Gregory, X). Xi. From tho concspondeneo of tho com mlitcos ln charge; lt |9 evident tliat thla wlll bo ono of tlio Ki-catcst gatherlnes ln the history of the Southern Bnpllst Church. Tlu.- session In Rlchmona wlll na the nfty-seconu, and tlie slxtyrthlrd ycar of tho exlstonce of the convention. Tlio convention Jh called to moct on Thursday, May lGtJi, at 8 P. ,M? at tlio Audltorlum, Cnry and Llnden Btreets. Tho ofllces of tha secretaries wlll he at lhe Jeffersoii Ilctel, whoro all the delc gates nrv urged io reghJusr as toon ,-is Ihej- reach the city. At the tlnio the convention wlll bo lu session, the Woinan's Mlsslonary Union. which Ih an ntixillary orjranljiutlon, wlll hold its meeting* in the Seennd BapUat Church, boglnning a day before tlio con? vention?Wednesday. Mny 15th. at S l\ M. The Soutliciisterii Turiff Association lius granted spoclal rates to thoso att.-ndlng the convention, the rnie being ono faro for tlie round trlp, plus twenty-five cenUs. Kull Informatlon as to rates can be se? cured by iKldressing- Rov, Dr. O. P. Greg? ory, .secretary. Btaunton, Va. Speclal arrangements wlll alsn bo rnado for excurslori rates from Rlchmond tu tlie Jamostown Exposltlon. Mr. XV. 1). Duke, chairman of tlie com inlUco un reception and quarters, is prc parr-d to correspond wlth any who purposo to come. und rccommonds tliat all those who desire to attend tlie convention hc-ciii'o their qimrters as soon as posslblo, as tlus pressuro on his cbrnmlltec wlll In? crease as the tlnie upproaches. Tlie com? mittee flgurc that with Ihe speclal rates nnd the allnictioiis of lhe Jiimeslown Ex? posltlon as a slde trip, thero wlll be aa attcndaiicc of anywhere from seven to ten thousand people at the convontlon. MR. CHRISTIAN SICK. Indisposition Causes Postpone ment of Jr. O. U. A. M. Case. Owl.ng to tlio Indlspositlon, of llr. Fravk YV; Clirlstlan, one of tlio attorneyn ln u,e. cukc, iho sult of tlio rivnl branchea of tho ?lunlor Ordor of Unlted Amorlcan Mechnnlcs, on trial ln tho Chancery Court, wns con? tlnued yosterday uni 11 Aprll 2Bllt, Mi. ,4am uel A. AiidorH'ia opened the caisis for tho eoinplaliinnt; Mr. li. P. Whllo, of N'or'fojlc, nnd Mr. Clinilen V, Meredith. or tliis- city, nrgued for tho defendant, aml Mr Clirisllan ls to clouc lhe arsuniunt, nftor which iho i-iiiiM. ivlll hn Biibniltted to Jlldgii tirlnnitii. Tho Virglnla coum-il ln omlcai-oi'lng to on forco tho Injunctlon order rcstralniiiK tlie Vlrjjlnia bninch, .lunlor Order of Unlted AmerlcaiiH, from uhliifr tliat name, and n11o;| Iiih- that In jierslatlhg ln its ubc iho defendant ls ln contompt of court.