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Mail Orders Filled at Advertised Prices. Women's New Suits,$22.50 Worth $26.50. Strictly man tailored Clotli Suits in gray checks, Several Stj'lcs in thc assortttleiit-anionjr them being' semi-fitting Pony Coat Suits. jacket lined witli silk, skirt clus? ter plaitcd b.clo'w the IlipS. Otlicr styles in blousie l?ton effects; eollar and vest trim? med with fancy braid to match the suit. r.-i.it trlipmed n-ctli nppllfiued botvg nnd ftlt buttons. Skirt linx plnitfri front nnd back; als*. slde plnlts, tailored straps. You'll find these Suits lo !>e some of thc best values in the depnrtment which is noted this scason for the assortmcnls and worth bi its crariricnts. TO HEAD ARMY OF _\Irs. "StonewaH'' Jackson, Mrs. .William Mahonc and Mrs. Mac? gill Chosen by Gen, Walker. WILL BE A STRIKING SIGHT Iiouisiana Veterans Planning to Come in Large Number to Richmond Reunion. Aa announcement that wlll meet wlth tho highest approval throughout tho South ls the appolntment by Gen? eral Wnlker of three of the most dls ttngulshed Confederate ladles in tln? South to ride at the head of the Army of Nortliern Virglnla in tho great re? unlon parade of Juno 3d. This appolnt? ment ls mado ln lieu of tho aelectlon of sponsers or nialds of honor, as lias been the custom heretofore. The three ladles selected for thls positlon nre Mrs. Stonewall Jackson, Mrs. Willlam Mahono and Mrs. Macgill, tho daughter of General A. P. lllll. Order Issued. The order of General Wnlker for this approprlnte appolntment wns Issued at Charleston, S. C, yesterday. and is known as general order No. 17, and ls aa follows: I. Tho commander of the Army of Northern Vlririnla Departent, ehoer fully conceding to the; wlshes of tlm commnnder-ln-chiof nnd of the I'nlted Daughters of the Confe.leracy, has abstained from appolntlng _ ?pvtisor or maid of lionor for the Reunion of 1307. Rut it glves hlm tho greatest satlsfnotlon to nnnouneo to the com rades of the department that Mrs. Jackson, tho widow of the Imtnortal General Stonewall Jackson: Mrs. Ma? hono. the widow of the srnllant Gen? ernl Willlam Mahone, and Mrs. Lucy Le0 Hill Macgill, the daughter of the heroio and heloved General A. P. Hill, nll indlssolubly assoclated with tlie faine nn.l nlory of tho Army of North? ern Virglnla, * have most' graclously i-onsented to rldo nt the h*nd of the department of the Army of North? ern Virglnla on tlie occasion of the parade at Rlchmond on Juno 3d. when ii loyal poople wlll unvell the monu? ment to and show their affectlon for thoir grent leader, President Jeffer pon Davis. II. Colonel Harrison Watts, Asslst? ant Adjutant-General, is charpe.l wlth the duty of soeinp; tliat every attentlon ls bostowed on these noble women, whom we all chorlsh nnd honor, and wlll porsonally escort tliem In the parade. III. Th0 adjutant-general. eltlef of staff, wlll, on the day of tho parade further detail four of the staff of the dopartment romniander to be a spe "cial guard of honor to theso distln giiished ladles. By command of C. IRVINE WALKER, ' ? Oomniajider X- N. V,, Dept. l". C. V. Rlchard R,.Davis, "' ., Adjutant-General. Chlef of Staff. ? Colonel Bidgood to Help. So enormous has grown tho ofriV? business ineident to thc Confederate Keunioty that Colonel John W. Gordon. the general chalrman, has been cotn pelled to av-ail hlmself of the servlco? of rr.lonr] .1. V. Bidgood, who wlll he with hlm at headquarters from now on, untll after the great event has come to an end. ...Colonel Rldgood wlll prove a most valuable auxiliary lo the general chair? man, ns he ls a methoOleal business man of pUasing manners nnd dellght? ful address. Moreover,' he hus a wlde circle of apqunlntanees and the full confldenco of the public. A llst of tho varlous hotels and .Tinarding-hnuse!* nt which tho more | dlstlngulshed visitors wlll stop dur . "ng tht* reunion is in course of prcpara elton, and lator on wlll be publlslied. This dlreetory of celcbrltles will aervu ja most useful purpose when the ?r;iv coated thousands begih pouring Into Hh.* erstwhlle capital ?f the Coiifcu l eracy. To Be Well Decorated. The. dororatir.il committee lias award i'ed tho contract fpr decorating the city j to C, 1*. Norvell. who will follow out some very elaborate plany for beatiti Ijfylng Rlrhmond when she thrown opon .?her doors to her veteran guests, ? This work wlll bo under tll? super . Jvlslon of Chairman Peter J. Whlte, tho archltect. who is a man of decld edJv artlstle tnFtrs Mr. Norvell, as an evidence ol his Klndly feeling toward? tho old so'. dlers, purposeB distributing 7.000 waik Ing-canes among the visitlng veterans ?The th< ?"< nl ?mbolllshod with Louisiana Vets Comine Colonel T W .-.M.n, ,. ^. v- ,-, " - " astieman, .-.< New Or jeans. was ,-, v Bitor al L;.-e:r..,? Head guarteri yesterday. Colonel c ,?i..??. ? is in P.lr moi for tho Louli attond lhe reunlo Ktn.'f head , lartei ? arrangements raru?, who whl large numbors. i.hortl. Colo ge.no ni H. nt pc no wm runion, h. iu |n \. w Orleans. o<*cupy|,,s n..m..Whai tl, Him. potltlon ns thun <ii-: ! i.v Oolonol John W. Gordon, rut (funeral chairman ol the Blchmond Rvunlon. Genernl Roberi 1 >. Johnson, of nir mlnghiiin, Aln . n brlgudlei gimural of the Confedernoy, who uumu from North j Curolluu, und <.V-n?-i..: MurcttH J, ? ?o___s*i,*o_r_i__., _?_?? tke _^?Th- ^ Yo- Ha*<* ti?m Bo-.ght l BJ^__tn_? Wrlght. formerly nf G.-orgla, nnd now nr Washlngton, l>. c, win b.-> tha guosts nf Oeneral Wlllinm lt. Cnx at 603 West Grftce Street durlng the re? union. HENRICO POLITICS. Not So Warm as Formerly, But Livening Up. TIip polltical pot ln Henrico county is not. bolling wlth lts usual vlgor. but It ls slmmerlng considerably, Thoro aro not enough candldates In thc fleld just yet tn nmkr> tlie soverelgns get warm ln tlio collar. but there are yet many would-be candldates on the anxlous bench. nnd they need only n little urging to bo brought out. [?"or Instance, thero Is up to now only one- candidate for tlie lower House of the Leglslature, and everybody knows thero aro not loss thnn n dozen noble clttzens of the county who would lovo to rest in ono of tho easy chalrs in tlie hall of the House of Representatlves. T,lm blggest Interest ln the county seems to havo rentrerl ln the contest for the troasurershlp. Tho candldates for thc vnrlous offlres so far announ.'ed aro- ns follows: For Sheriff?L. H. Komp, Falrfleld; Simon Soiomon, Brookland: W. W. Tlller, Brookland. For Treasuror?Wlllinm B. Frayser, Varlna: fl. C. Hectiler. Falrfleld; .Tqhn E. Broaddus. Brookland: George Watt, Falrfleld. For House of Delegates?Charlos \V. Throckmorton, Brookland, for re-clec tlon. For Stata Senate?Judge T. Ashby Wickham, for re-electlon. I'or Supervisors: ln Brookland?A. IX. Srott, Henrico Turnplko, dairytnnn nnd farmer: .1. XI. Flnyd, Xlrook Avenuo, barkeop'er: Conny W. .Saunders, mor rhnnt. Glen Allon; Tucknhoo?R. XV. Browning. Falrfleld! W. M. Mllam. and WashHigton Bottoms: Varlna?Frank Yahloy. Commissioner of Reyenue?Charles W. Chlldrey and L. H. Komp. Brook? land. and Fairfie-ld, slxteen yoars. "LEAH KLESCHNA." Opening Bill of the George Faw? cett Company's Spring Season. Beginning with the Monday evening performanco on May 6th and contln ulng wlth the usual Wodnesday and Saturday matlnees. Miss Porcy Haswell and tho Georgo Fawcett Company will present a?. tho Academy of Music r. M. S. McLellan's remarkablo dramn, "Loah Kloschna." In which Mrs. FIske mndo ono of the mbst notable successes of her career', Tho scenes of the play ara laid in Parls. and near. Veudstadt, Austrla. and tho theme of the story is of a. psycholo glcal charactor. It Is Intensely inter? esting. Iti tho rolo of tlie girl thief?Leah Kleschna?tralned by hor father to be his asslstant in crlmea of groat darlng. but luter reformod by n mnn wlio makes an appeal to hor bottor self, Mlsg Haswell gives a charactor study of groat power. Each member of tho compnny is well east ln thls play, which has an uneommonly large number ot fine acting roles. SALVATION ARMY. Important Meeting to Be Held by Prominent Officials. On Saturday, May 4th, Major Hunt.-r, provinclal sooretary, and Staff Captaln Ballie, of natlonal headquarters. Now Vork City. will stop off in this city to visit Cnptaln and Mrs. Fowlor, and will lmlil a uoonday open-air mootlng on thc corner bf Seventh nud itroad Str.-. ts, 11:30 A. M. Should tho weather bo wet, thoy will spoak In tho Army Hall, 627 East Broad Street. Thoso offlcers are tin-. sololsts and splondld speakers, and thls ls tholr flrst visit South. On Tu.-s d;iy. May 14th, Major Barter and Adju? tant Coro will ho vlsltlng Richmond, nnd will hold a .sorles of spoclal meetings, Fuller partldulars of these meetings will ho announced later. IDLEWOOD PLEASES LARGE AUDIENCES With lhe pretty weather of yester? day afternoon an.l evening, largo crowda took advantage of tho oppor? tunity to vlslt thtr .1. Frank Hntch at ?:?.. -.-.ns ut Idlewood. Many now amusement fenturos aro belng conBtantly added io those nl The. Katrenjainmer Kastln, with its mysteflous halls nnd lts .|uaklng steps, with tho floors tha' Jump from undor you. keep ti-mso who enter this houso of mirth in nuspeuse ovory mlnute. th.-y aro within lt? walls. Buster Brown continues t-. rlval Captaln. .lack. the handsomo educated horse, for tho patronago of tho yount; folk*.. wlth honors about o\only divided. Tho .lapanose Theatre where a troupe of male and female Japanese artists perform such feats as only thoso little prlentals can porform. Happvland, wlth tho movlng pictures, deplctlng ono of tho most roront sensational trials: Pt-oamland. with its hill of attractive numbers. and tho vltograph parWs?all add thoir full fiuota to an evening of enjoyment, DELEGATES ELECTED. Sons of Veterans Choose Repre sematives in General Convention Ai a meeting <>!' K B. Lee Camp, ifo. i. Sons ,.f Votorans, inHt night ti.ii*>.'ti dolegnles wero elected to the coriw^n tlon to io- held In Rlclimond ln co/juioo tion with tho Contedorato Rounion. The followlng wore chosen: Commander 13 u Thomusson, l.l.-u toimiil-CommundurH R. M, Gllnn.' John Lan.lMi-.t nn.l lt. li, utorgun Com. riideu I?. i.-hlb- Sperice, Ji 13. P Cox Hobert Ucky-, Ji . John il. Llghtfool Jr., lt. M Jones .1 K, Walker \V. R Walden, 13. H Courtney and a C ar man Tho eaih'ji a'fJwptBU an. Invitation k. meet wtlh the ladies of the. Oakwood [to bt htld on May oth. GREEK LETTER MEET HERE TO-DAY fi Kappa Fralcmity Will Hold Convention at Jefferson Ilotcl. HON. MR. CABELL TO SPEAK Will Make Address of Welcuine, and llon. Rloyd Hughes Will Rcspond, HON. .1. ALSTON I'.UII'.I.I,, *t\ho Mill llellver Addrctxs ..f Wolcome ln Visitors, Delegates to tho convention of tht 1 i Kappa AlpTia Fraternlty, the flrst session of whleh will hegln nt the Jef? ferson Hotel thls mornlng. wero coni lng in steadily last nlght. They mado their headquarters at this hotel. and ns they arrlved nnd reglstered. each placed tho Inltlnls of the fratornity in Greek opposlto his name. so thnt they were easily dlstlnguished frotn other guosts. The convention -will ho rnlled t^ order at 9:30 o'clock thls mornlng by Grand Couhcllor Floyd Hughos. of Nor? folk. nnd It wlll lnst untll Friday even? ing. when a banquet will be served at the Westmoreland Club nt fi o'clock. llon. James Alston Cabell. of thls clty. wlll wolcome tho body on behalf of the Alumni Chaptor of Rlchmond, and Mr. B. E. Steelo will speak for Omieron Chapter, of Richmond College. Grand Councllor Hughes win respond for the delegates, and then the body will proreejd to business. Officers and Delegates. The grand offlcers of the fratornity. all of whom wlll attend. are: Hon. Floyd Hughes, grand counellor Norfolk, Va. Mr. J. I'ike Powers, Jr., grand prin ceps. Knoxvilio, Tenn. Mr. Robert A. Smythe, grand treas? urer, Charleston. S. C. Mr. Hugh M. McAIHster. grand sec? retary, Covlngton, Va. Mr. J. Graham Sale, grand histori ograplier. Welch, W. Va. Mr. J. Gordon HiikIios, grand chan? cellor. Union. & C. Rev. J. Gray McAIHster, I>. D? granrl chaplaln, Hampden-SIdney, Va. Followlng Is a full llst of ?o!csatc:f from tho varlous chapters: Alpha?J. II. Xeff. T. J. Williams. Beta?A. R. Mustln, John McSw'een. Gamma, R. B. Dade, Floyd Hughes. Jr. Delta?George M. Watson. Carl A. Groto. Zeta?I. A. Vincont, L. T. Bellmnnt. Eta?R. C. Patton. Theta?G. W. Currie, R. D. Walkup. lota?P. Tulane Atkinson, W. G. Crockett. Kappa?W. FI. Whltloy. J. U. Field. Mu ?f:. L. Power. I"). XV. Neville.' nmlcron?B. E. Steole, J. N. llub? bard. PI?Goorgo E. Penn, Jr., W. R. McMurran. Rlio?J. Lacy Reynolds. J. C. Orr, F. I.. Hudson. L. E. Brubaker. Tau?Wllliam Coughumour, Carroll Wlersins. Cpsilon?J. .1. Weatherly, L. E. Otts. P1,I_A. M. Bowman, Jr. Chl?P- T. Prentiss, B. N. Mc Craven, Jr. Psl?Jullna Elkan, E. W. Wllllng? ham. Omega?L. E. fllllenmyer. T. J. Orr Alphn-Alpha?Pnul Webb. W. M. Wells. Alpha-Gram-ma?P. L. Forguson, W, A. Heard. Alpha-Delta?E. A. Klng, N. E. Adamson. Alpha-Fpsllon?G. I*. I'.nson, W. G. Forguson. Alpha-Zeta?A. C. -Pnrker, 11. R. Smlth. Alphft-Eta?T. '/. Cason, F. D. McRae. _ ,r Ali.ha-Thota.?C. Ut llanna, C. XI. I.avman. Alpha-Iota?C. II. KIrkland, !.. Bumerall, Allipa-Knppa? W. A. MoTIgho, Alpha-Litmbda?Hubert P.unyea, Roy Beckett. These are only the delegates. A large numbor of mombbrs nre roniiiiK ?s spectntors; to seo Riohmond, nnd to attend th.* Jamestown Exposltlon; The Program. Here is the program in Cull: AVednesday. !?:?".'< A. M- 1" ' P- U.? Prayer. by Rev. J. Gray MrAlllsl.-r. D. D., grand chaplaln: n.lrtress of wel come. Hon. James Als\on Cabell nnd Mr. B. F. Steole; responso. by tho llon Floyd Hughes. grand councllor; roll call of chapters and pfflcers, by grand secretary; slgrilng of register by dele? gates and alumni as roll is eailed: (ii Ing of credentlals by dek-pintes; road? lng of minutes of last convention, by grand secretary; appolntment of stand CUR^D IN ONE DAY. Muiiyi.n'H Cold Curo lteli.-i.ch tliu li.m.l, throat and liihua aimcHt ItnmoiUntuly, e tiecks i-'i-m-ih, ?i.cpM Dlaohargsa n( tho noae, take* awa; all aohei and paiim cauaatl by ...i.iH it curea Or(p und ..imtiiuiL. Cough* Him prevenu pneumonia. Hold hy ull drtttf fclsti., 2bi: lt you liavu raturrh or aro aJfll'-'l'd wllh l daaifnaaa, me Mun.vnn'r improvo.l Inhalor. lt ...-.?-. obntlnato and chronic cuaea. Begin Right For all forms of nerrous diseases take Dr. Miles* Nervine, whether it be simple hervousiiess, or those nerve clcstroyiug fits and couvulsions. lt is a tonic for weak nerves?It will! restorc nervous en? ergy, and give strength to the entire system. "In 18S8 my llttlo ilntighter was strlcken wlth paralysla of the hrnln. For seven long weeka she lay llko one dead. At tlmes she would rally, nnd spasms would follow. I hnd tlie norvlce nf two of our best doclora and thoy conld do nothing for her. At tlmes It would tako two porsons to hold her ln bed. nnd for seven days nnd nlghts we had to keep her little hoad packed In leo, tho paln she suf fored was so severo. Mr. Trentlce, tho drugglst advlsod n>r. Mlles' Nerv? ine. I K"t a bottlo nnd began glving u teaspoonful every two hours. After nlxiut ton dnys she bogan to quiet down, nnd within two wooks' tlmo sho could Bit up In hod. and rapidly Improvod from thnt ttme. Wo havo glvon her about twenty-llve Xxittles of Norvlne nlong wlth tlio Nerve and Llvor Pllls, and to-day she ls well nnd healthy ns ovor. My wlfo and I wero compietely worn out; staylnsr up nlghts wlth our llttlo one durlng her Rlcknoss, so we began taklng tho Norvlne ourselvos, nnd wlth the very best of resudts." EMANUEL BODET. Payne. Ohlo. Dr, Mlles' Nervine Is sold by your drugglst. who will guarantee that the flrst bottle will benefit. If It falli, he will refund your money, Miles Medical Co? Elkhart,Ind ing committees' on .?mdentlnls, constl? tutlon nnd rltunl, audlting grand trcas uri-r'.H books, grand omcorV reports. resolutions on decoasod brothers; ohap ter books, social features; adjournment for lunch. 2 to 5:30 p. M.?Report of committee nn credontials; reports of grand olfl ccrs; presontlng by chapters of books to committee and grand hlstoriogrnph er; addresses; adjournment for dinnor. 7:30 to il p. m.?Reports of chapter dejflgates; address nn ?'Ilistork-al Work of Chapters,? by .1. Graham Sale. Thursday. 9:30 A. M. to 1 P. M.? Readlng of minutes prevlous sessinn; report of committees on t'onstltution rtnd rltual. and discussion nnd sugges tlons liy delegates; report of committee on grand ofllcers' reports and discus? sion; chapter housos; "shleld and dia? mond"; adjournment fnr lunch. '-' to 6 P. M.?Expanslon: oxternal and Internal; chapter worklngs, discus? sion of plans for bettering; methods of installing now chapters; slsters' branch; adjournment for dinnor. 7:30 to II P. M.?Cnflnished bus? lness prevlous sesslon; roport of com? mlttoo on deceased members; roport of committee on chapter books; roport of committee on grand treasurer's boks. Friday, 9:30 to 1 P. M.?Readlng; of minutes prevlous s.-ssinn: irrogular and Unflnlshed b^slnoss: oioctlon of grand oflloers; placo for ne.vt convention. 3 I*. M.?Trlp around Rlchmond. to all polnts of Interest. fi P. M.?Banq'uot. - at Westmoreland Club. Local Members. The nienihoi-3 of thls fraternlty res idents of Blohmond are: Messrs. E. L. Be'mlss, James C, Brockehbrough, James Alston Cabell. C. A. Boyce, E. T. Cox, Russell Loary. R. A. Stewart, Car tor V.'adc, P.. C. Poal. Willlam S. Pat? torson, B. B. Munford. E. S. Cowles. .7. B, Denoon, K. L. Hnndy, W. N. Ssoll, James Martin. W. R. Martln, Oscar Swineford, H. F. Steod. A. M. Henry. Robert NVhlttef, ,Ir.. Diidley Cowles. Dr. N. A. Orr, II. h. Swineford. T. AV. Hooper, Professor O. M. Smltluloal, M. . B. Larighorn'e, C. E. Talman. S. L. Lacy, It. S. Ellls. .lohn S. Harwood. Jr. THE CATTLE TICK State and Federal Inspectors Are Called Here for Important Conference. Dr, J. O. Forneyhough. State veterl narlan of Vlrglnia, and Dr. J. A. Kei man, of the l'nited Statos Buroau of Anlmal Industry, havo, callod their forcos ln for a mootlng: that is now be? ing held at Ford's Xlotel ln tlils clty, and thnt will eontlntte untll May 4th. Tho mootlng ls for tho purpose of dlscusslng tho host methodB of eradl ca.tlng tho cattle tick. and a numbor of prominent speakers from North Carolina. Alabama, Tennessee aYid Washlngton, D. C, are prosont nnd will addross tlio local Inspectors ns to the mdtlio'ds ,,f fleld work. The Stuto nf Vlrglnia is furnishing a looal Inspector for each county to work with thoso of tlie natlonal gov? ernment. now uumberlng about twenty. Tlu- Federal Inspectors go froin countv to county, whllo the local onos contlnuc their work ln thoir respecttve counties. Several Vlrglnia Polyteehnlc instl? tute grnilu'ntes, who havo beon ap? pointed Federal governmont inspectors, nr.- attendlng tho meeting. UIIVEHSUT OF THE Vn. BIBLE SOCIETY Ninety-fourth Year of History of Virginia Organization Closes To-Night. Tho ninety-fourth anniversary of the Virginia Bible Society will ho cele? brated at Centenary Methodist Church thls ovenlng at S: 15 o'ciock. The meet? ing will bc presidecl ovor by Rev. W. J. young, l>. i'., pa*tqr of thc church and tln- arrnngementa nre In ehartje of Rov, Donald MeLaren, tho secrutury of I! ? .society. Tho spoakor nf the oveiiing will ba Itev. Wlllinm Ingrahum Havnn, D. 13., cornmpoiullng soorotary of tho Amorl? ean Olble Socioty, of Now Vork Clty, who will ildlvor the annual iiddri-s.s. Th.- annual .report will be read hy Dr. Mcl.ur.-li. uuXIUIlit tllOCtlOII Ot Olllciil'H will tiik,. piaae1, Supreme Court of Appeals. The Bnprema Court Of Anpoala yestcr dnv gruntud u Wlil nf error ln lhe caso of Annlo E, mi'eimith vs. Martln Sehubaclli froin th.0 Clrcult Court C Nottowny county. Tho case Involvea ? suit ovor a small parcel of land, NEWS GATHERED All of Fire Department Force Rc-clcctcd at Last Night's Meeting.' THE ELKS' BAZAAR MONDAY Many Liquor Licenses Granted Yesterday-?Saloons Close at 12 o'C'lock To-Night. Manchester Buroau, Tlmes-Dli-pateh, No. 1102 Hull Street. The Bonrd of Flre Commlssloners met lnst nlght nnd tra.nsncted a large amount of business. The most Import? ant matter tnken up was tlie election of tlie depnrtment force for thc en sulng yenr. All the dld mcn were unanimously rc-elected. Chlef Crooks, who hns long held the positlon, was nnminnted, and J. AV. Moore east tho unnnlmous vote for tho commlsslon. Asslstant Chlef R. K. Owens was re-elected, nnd A. A. Ad klns east the ballot for the commls? slon. The others re-elected ore ns fol? lows: W. T. Smith nnd C. A. Cottom, statlonmen; J. T. Red ford, w. F. Smltlt, John Brown. R. H. Lee.. J. AV. Ferrls. and C. C Elder, runners: W, T. Dance, J. AV. Hastlngs and Joseph AA'illlams, substltuto runners. On motlon of R. L. Fnlram. Messrs. J. L. Redford and AA*. F. Smlth were elected flre polici. Thero nre three va rancles oxlstlng In the department, ull nf these belng substitiite" runners. IMilof Crooks stated that he had boon unable to get nny men fnr these places. plnces. A resolutlon Introduced by A. A. Ad klns, providing for n committee of three to ncrompnny the superlntendent on an Inspection of tlie flroplugs\ wa* adopted. Tlie committee appolnted by tho chalr was as follows: Messrs. A. A. Adklns, II. A. Llndsay nnd It. L. Brown. Thn report nf the chlef for the months of February. March nnd Aprll wns received aml adopted. Chlef r'rooks asked the committee for more hose for the department. He stated tliat thls was needed sit once, and he wns Instructed to write for prices and samplos. Tho followlng members were pres? ent at the meeting: Messrs. H. A. Llnd sav. A. R. Hooker. B. A. Nunnally, I*. E Taylor, J AV, Moore, B. M. Robert? son. A. A. Adklns. R. L. Patrarn. Cnp tain Tillerv. O. L. Godwin. .1. D. Reams, lt. L. Brown. nnd Chlef Crooks. Failed to Get Quorum. On account of tlie meeting of the Board of Flre Commlssloners. tho Cloar Water Commlttoo failed of a quorum last night. The Board of Water Commlssloners held a me-tlng, but transacied only somo matters of small Importance. The Health Commltteo hold Its rog-ti lar meeting last night nnd approved bills for tbe month, The stroet ?rV>ni mlttee will meet on Thursday nlKht, nnd tho Finance Committee on Frlday nlght. For Elks' Bazaar. Mr. Charles I>. Page. who has chargo of the entertainment feature of the FlKs Bazaar whirh opena on Monday nignt has loft nothlng undone to make this portion of the program one of the most attrartive. , , . . Reheareals for the speeialtles to be in troduced on the nlght of May 15th w.-rc hold In th" home lnst night. Thc program for that nlght wlll be; Japanese song and chorus. wlth dance; Indian song chorus nnd dance; double sextet, ??btrolllng in the Moonllght." , ?, .? The taieiu In theso numbers wlll be entlrelv local, and they promise to be most effeoUve. Tho proper costumes wdl be worn. and every detail wlll be car? rled out. Mrs. Wllllnm Pattorson. assist? ed" bv the Misses Owen, ls directlng tlie Dr. Lewis Tayior IU. Dr I ewls H taylor, who lived ln Man? chester for six years. nnd whose home is io (Vmella county. is sald to !?? In a crit? ical condition In a Washington hospital. Dr Tavlor lived wlth Mr. Augutftlne Ko> all when he was here. Mr. *-"?>""?? r''n celved notice of hls entlcal illness late yesterday. Young Dr. Tavlor ls n son of Dr. Arm istead Taylor. of Amella county. Liquor Licenses Granted. Judge Willlam 1. Clopton, siltlng in the Corporation Court, yesterday granted twentv-two llquor licenses fur the yeat 1907, as follows: L. M. Latham, looi Hull Street; D. L. Tonev. 1115 Hull Street; AV. J. Dobblns 1818 Hull Street; John Onesty. 1309 Hull Street; AVllllam A. Neal, "23 Hull Street; II J Schwartz. 1T01 Hu'.l Street; John A Turner, Jr., 1904 Hull Street; Leo B. Ullmnn, 1212 Hull Street; Alton L. Powell, 519 West Seventh Street; Alexander F. Dunald. 1317 Hull Street; Pcter Donnld. Jr.. 711 Hull Stroet; Rlchard A. Bowen. 1301 Hull Street; R. B. Dalton and AA*. J. Shepperson 421 Hull Street; Robert J Morrls. l.llfi Hull Street; BUJah Davls. 401 Hull Street; John W. Moore. M. Thomas Burke, 211.1 Hull Street; John \V Moore and M. Thomas Burke, 1437 Hull Street; M. J. Johnson. 2001 Hull Street; Harvey M. Burrdws. 2119 Hull Street; J. P. Roidnson. Twelfth and Perry Streets; James B. Moore and Joseph D. Moore, 1401 Hull Street. ancl Joseph T. AVard, 303 Hull Street. Early Closing. Mayor Maurice haa instructed the chlef of police to make a tour of inspection to nlght to see that all saloons have com plled with the Campbell early-rlosing or? dlnance, and ho wlll requlro tliat all oh structions in the way of scieous and other I thlngs are removed. Any one vlolatlng i tho mw will be reported. Tlie saloons wlll close nt 12 o'clock to-night, and will not bo reopened untll fi o'clock Thurs? day mornlng. Some persons were of oplnlon thut tho ordlnance wns cffectlvr last night, but the police state thnt thoy had not been Instructed tn thls e.ffect. Rev. Dr. E. V. Bald-y. pastor of Bain brldge Street Baptlst Church, hns re? colved n most llattering invitatlon from Secretary Shakespeare, of tlie Baptlst Union, of Oreat Britain. The secretary asks Dr. Bnldv to supply at Klng's Road Chapel the larnest church ln Reading, England, a eltv of 50.000 inhabltants. Dr. Haldv ls asked tn take the. charge dur? ing the summer months of 190S. Ho will probably accept the Invitatlon. Personals and Briefs. StonV-wall Jackson Aerte, F. O. Eagles, met last nlght. and initiated one candidate, Mr. A. L, Slayton. Mr. R. H. Jenkins. an employe.of lhe Southern Rnilway, is qullo Sick at his home at Second and Hull Streets. Mr. Frank Lowls Jordan, formerly of Powhatan county, who has lived in Texns more than thlrty years, arrlved here yesterday from Fort Worth. Mr Lowls was a sclioolmate of Mr. Augtts tlne Roynll, upon whom he called. They talked over old times and senmed dellght ed to see each other agaln. Mr. H. N. Tennllle, of No. 112 East Twelfth Street, loft yesterday for Pow? hatan county, where to-day he wlll woe" Bc-sslc Sledd. The ceremony will f *i-*d at the residence of Mr. Da ?n no liew of tho brldp; r ,. t riold Chapter, Dauglllors of the ? "..ii.c .? i ...... wlll tn 61 on :iturcluy af ternoon, May 1th, at tho home of Mrs. Allen, No. .101 South Thlrd Street, Rlch motul. All thoso who have not received membership cards for Beauvolr nro ro quoated to bo present to get tliem. Mr. und Mrs. Halley Shlilett, who have been Ilvlng at Flffcentli and Porter Streets, havo moved into tlm tlnts, No, II Cowardln Avenue. Meetings for Workingmen, Captaln nnd Mr-;. Fnwler nnd somti of tlu. eoinruiles of tho lo? cal corps, Sitlvation Army. will hold tlie tlrst of these. nieetlngs on l*'rlcluy next. Mny Bd, ut lLUO A. M.. ou tlio Tredegar snnd bnnk, nenr the Belle Ule. Bridge. All workingmen ore especially Invlted to attend. " - Exceptional? That describes our stoclc to a nicety?Exceptional in assortment-~Exceptional in exclusiveriess?Exceptional iri make, fit, and finish. Agents for Knox Hats too. 1 OF DAIRtES IN CITY Rigitl Examinatioti to Bc Made by Dr. Lcvy -with View to Sanitary Improvement. WORK WILL BEGIN TO-DAY Systcmatic Fight Against Spread of Tuberculosis to Bc Made by Health Officer. Dr. E. C. Lovy, health ofllcer of tho clty of Rlchmond, who lias just roturned to the clty from a vlslt to New York aml Iloston to Inspect tho fiiothods ln use thero to secure sanl? tary mllk nnd to comhat the spread of tuberculosls. ls now rea'dy for work along theso llnes ln Rlchmond, Dr. Levy will to-day hogln an In? spection of the da!rloB whose product Is sold ln thls clty. A rlgkl oxamlna? tlon will he mn-do of all these, and unloss they are nt onre put in su.-h condition as to measure up to the sanltary standarr] tholr products will he exciudod from the Itlchmond mar kets. The flrst stop |n tho systomatlc flght agalnst the spread of tuborcu losls and to securo proper treatment will he a tuborctilosls exhlblt, In which speolmcnn of the sanltary cots and appllances ukp.I in open-air treat mont will bo shown. Stereoptlcon vlews of varlous portlons of thc hti man hody affeetorl by tubor.ulosls will be shown, and oharts sliowlng tho mortality from the disease. Tho ex? hlblt is odiicatlvo and agltatlve, boing deslgned to arouso publlc sontlmont to tho groat neod ol" organlod offort to dlminish the dlseaso and to a<I ministor effoctlve troatmont in Inclp ient cases of tho sconrgo. Ono of the devioos eonslsts of a slidinc bo.l or couch. whlch protrudes pnrtlally from a -window, enabllng tho putlont to sloop practically in tho open alr. Mllk inspection is regardod as an? other vory Important stop in tho flght against tuberculosis an.l other in foctlous diseases. Find New Quarters. Workmen aro ongnp;od ln pninting tho walls of the offices of tho Socrotary ,of the Commonwoalth. and until tho Job is c/imp'otod Socrotary Ugglesstori and his as-dstants aro oocup.ving temporary quar? ters elsewhere ln tho building. Mr. Kgglostnn haa hld "i.-.<k ln tno hall wav on tho samo floor Just opposite one of tho entrances to tho Oovornor s Ofllce, and his asslstant. Mr. Hanklns haa taken up temporary quarterg ln the clerk s ofllce of tho Corporatlon Commlsslon. rhe> will bo ablo to return to their regular placoH in a fow days. Special Sermon To-Night. Tho mootlng which is belng- eonduct? ed bv Rov. Dr. George XV. McDanlol at I.olgh Streot Baptlst Church con tlnuos to bo Buccessful. thoro having boen six converslons last night. A solo was sung by Miss Holon Portlaux. and a large congrogatlon was prosont. Bv roquost Dr. McDanlel will proach to-nlght from the subject. "Tlie Father of tlie Prodlgal Son." Placed Under Bond. "Wlllle Reed, a young whlto man. who Is <=aid to bo Just from the reforma tory. was ln tho Polico Court yes? terday charged wlth break Ing a win? dow ln Dobbln's bnr and steallng whis? key. lir- was put under $300 securlty for twelvo months. That Trouble ofYours May be Caused by COFFEE Nearly every physical ail can be traced to a disturbance of the nervous system, caused generally by some wrong food or drink that sets up the trouble. Thc nerves telegraph to far away organs. So if pain or incipient disease show any? where TRY LEAVING OFF COFFEE FOR 10 DAYS AND USE Postum Food Coffee You may locate yotir"trouble ancl be rid of it. p? Thousands have! "THERE'S A REASON." Read the famous little book, "The Road to Wellville,'*" iii pkgs. Physicians call it "a health classic''...__,__ _ MAKES HOT REPLY TO Damrosch Gives Notable Concert} and Dclivcrs Speech from Platform. BRILLIANT AUDIENCE THERE Work of Great Orchestra Enthu siastically Applauded by Music-Lovers. The appearanco nt tho Academy ot Music last evonlng nf Mr. Walter Dam? rosch and lils Now Vork Symphony Or? chestra may bo regardod aa ono of the ev'enti not only of the curront season, but of tho entire musical history o? Itlchmond. Tho dlstlngulshod conduc? tor wns greotcd by an audlonce nearly as largo as that whlch hoard Sembrlch, and equally as enthusiastic, composed of tho bost of tho clty's social element und tho majority of lts iriuslcians and lovers of music. Damrosch Speaks. Whon Mr. Damrosch appoarcd from tho wlngs doafenlng applaiiBe contln? ued for throo or four minutes boforo he rappod for sllonce. Each tlmo he, mountcd tho platform h" was greetoj wlth an oiithurst of handclapplng. and whon at the conclusion of the fourth numbor on tho program lie rose to speak the onthuslasm culmlnated In a tliundornus roar that falrly shook the roof. The purpose of Mr. Damrosch's remarks was not oniy to thank the nu.ll.-neu for lts oxpresslon of appro clation, hut to roply hriofly to whnt Iie referred to as "tlio gloomy prophecles" of a cortaln ^rentloman connected with a Itlchmond newspaper concerning hls proposod apponranro horo in concert. Tho conductor sald that ho knew but little regardlng hls Itlnorary. wh!<-h was entlrely ln tho hands of hls man? ager. and tliat ho was alSo hardly aware of tho oxlstence of a looal mus? ical organlzatlon. Ho was convlnced tliat Iho appearanco horo of hls nr eliestra would tond to holp rather thnn hurt tho Intorests of tho Wodnesdav Club. "I should oharaeterUe tho conduct of tho gentleman who made tho unoallofl for attack on mo as provinclal and un Aniorlron." he doclarod. "Although t have tourorl tho South often thls ls my flrst vlslt to Rlchmond. but I assure you It Is not my last." Notable Concert. The program for tli*1 concort was mado up entlrely of musle from tho Wagnorlan operas. t?*-*. most delightful. ontranelng nnd lnsplrlng that could be lmaglned. Krotn tho oponlng strains of tho familiar f'llgrlms" Chorus to the w'onderfully wolrd nnd thrllling "Rido of tho Valkyrlos" that brought the eve? ning to a rioso, the oonductor's baton was a magic wand tbat had tho large audlenco spollbound under Its Inlluoncc. Onlv ono eneore number was glven. tho Brldal f'hnrus from rjohengrln" glvon ln tnasterful style. Xt may he sald ln a word that tho ontlro concert fully roallzod tho fondost antlclpatlons of muslc-lovers horo. nnd provod Mr. Dam? rosch nnt only onn of tho most dls? tlnguished conductors llvlng. but ono of tho most emlnent Interprelers of tha music of tho groat German composer. Tho program follows: 1. Ovorturo. "Tannhauser." 2. Lohcngrin, Preludo. Z. Slegfrlod, "Sounds of the Forest," from Act 2. 4. Dlo Molstorslnger?fa> "Danco of tho Apprentices"; fb) "Prlzo Song." o. Parslfal, "Good Friday Spell." Mr. Paslavsky, sololst. 6. Trlstan and Isoldo, "Love Music and nrangano's Call." 7. Dlo Walkure, "Rido of tho Valky? rlos."