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PERSONAL MR. THOMAS I_. MOORE gave a cotllllon at Hormltago Golf Club last ovonlng ln lionor of hls nl.co, Min? Estnlle Ty soii Moore, who ls a memhor of tho grndtiatlng class at Miss Kllott's Hrhool, and a number of her young irlonda ln the Junlor society ?et of Rlchmond, Tho cotllllon tvns .hftperoned hy Mm. AA'ar nor Moore, Mrs. Harrlo Wehster, Mrs. Thomas B, McAdams, Jr., nnd Mrs. ?lohn A. Coke, .Tr. It was led by Col? onel Thomas B. McAdams, nnd wa* In overy respect one ot the handfiomnst of tho Easter weok entertainment.;. Ahbtlt thirty couples dnneed, Iho flgtire*t belng very graceful and the muslc morry, In Honor of Vlsltorn. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wllliam ... Royall .gave tn Miss Anne Keith Royall, and ln lionor of Mrs. do Bcnnevlllo Kelm, ot Phlladelphla, and Miss Margarot Eaglosfleld, of Indiannpolls, a small illnnor on Sunday. The house was decorated wlth wlld spring flowors nnd sprays of dog wood. Tho centreplccc of tho tablo In lilles of the valley carrled out the color ldea of green and whlte. Miss Ann'- Keltb Royall, who Is a bud of noxt season, proved a mopt gracoful young hostoss. Mrs. dc Bcniio vllle Kelm Is vlsitlng Mrs. Swanson, nt the Manslon, and Miss Baglesfleld, who wns the guest of Miss .lackson ln Rlch? mond, has returned to Sweet Brlar. Others present were Miss Helen Tan? ner. Miss .lackson and Messrs. Charles AVortham, .Tr., Talmage Donnan, Frcd orlek A'alentlne and John Cutehlns. The Sweet Brlar glrls who are In Richmond wlll he entertalned ln a group thls week by Miss Anno Royall, tvho Is herself nn instltute glrl. Fonry I'r-mn Hnll. The Mlfi*es Blnford gavo a beautiful ffiiicy dress ball to thelr younger schol ars on yesterday afternoon In Klnder? garten Hall. No. . fi8 Floyd Avenue. The bright colored rostumes, and the young faces of the parttripansts, together wlth the spring flowors. inade a beautiful scoh.e. Those Invited were: Mlsses Allen M.r.dlth, Helen T.tice, Kllen AV'allare, Bland Cox. Ellzabeth Scott, lxabel Rcott, lln/."l Allen. Ellzabeth Wltt. Ellzabeth Ciwnthrney, Eotilse Branch, B?s-ie Bln? ford. Ellzabeth AVIlIard, Floren-*-. Pat ti-rson, Eillnor Parrlsh, Ellzabeth Pat Urson, Anna Beverldge. Katherlno Han? eock. Ellzabeth Luco, Katherlno Vaugh nn, Frances A'aughan, Allce Hoge, Bes slr. Hoge, Ellzabeth AVatklns, Anna nigg-r. Madellne Blgger. Margaret Mc A'cy, Ellzabeth Porterfleld, Loulse Pcple, Beatrlce Klrk: Masters HIram Gates. Archle Small. John Wlnn, Mercer Baden, Edward Meanley, Robert Shcrwln. llomlno Hnll. A domino hall was glven last nlght t<. the Junlor Cotllllon Club by tho Mlsses Blnford. ln Klndergarten Hall. from S:**0 to 11 oYlocy. Thls I.i the flnal ilance of the club untll next year. ' Among those pres<-nt were MlBses itary Johnston, Katherlno Eaches, Ellzabeth Taylor. Bell Wlllard. Kmlly Royall. Vir jritifa Chrlstian, Mary Sharp, I.oulio ?loliiison. Nell Payne, Mary Tompklns. Ellzabeth Hargrnve. Frances Bcmlss. ftsrah Poor, Marlon Poor, Martha Rob? ert*?. EJith Donnan and Ml.s Long: Messrs. .Inmes Alllson, Edward Trlg^. Allen Morton, Antoine Adams. De Wltt Adams, Fltzhugh Laffertv. Charle. Williarnson, Fearlng Dashioll; Mllls N-?l. Alexander Donnan. John Meredltn Edward Haynes. Wllliam Tompklns. Dabnes* Crenshaw. A\-ui|ttm Sharp. Rob? ert Sharp. Euther George, .lohn Davld _on; Henry Taylor, Jervls Taylor, Cteor?e Mtine.. -Henry Mlllor, Charlie Mlllor, Bernard Meredith, George Jones t'.nd Jnckson ehambers. Germnn Flgure nt ?.l.nllng l arnlvnl. All arrangements have been mado for the blg skatlng carnival to ho Klven on Frlday nlght nt the Hors. Show Buildlng. for the beneflt of th. Home for Inourables, and from the ml vance sale of tickets a large crowd wlll bo present. General skatingr will he Indulged In from 8:30 to 10 P. M_", when the floor wlll be cleared for the milo race by four young men of the clty who are considered to be the awlfteet skaters in tho South. After thls race ln tho csntre of tho rink Mr. Rlchard B. Mauzy, of Ginter Park, wlll be seen In fancy skating. Mr. Mauzy compares favorably wlth many af the professlonal performers who Hood's Sarsaparilla Wlll Cure You ut ni.oni. tn Mo 11*4 Mnnlfestlng themselves In pimples, holls, eezomn, scrofuln. antl other erup? tions?nnd of nll Sprlng ailmcnts, ner vousness, hlllotisness, Indigestlon, hendaehe, loss of appetlte, lassltude aml that tired feellng. Its great record of cures estithllshes the fnct that thls great medicine ls the best btood-purlfler, spiietltc-re storcr, nnrve-stre'.igthener, llver nnd stomach tonic to take. It succeeds where others fall. Clet It to-day. "' ' '?^ hnvo uppo.ired here. .Following thls feature a. gc-rmnn ilguro on skato.i wlll he IpiI by Mlrs Loulse Boudar and Mr. Willlam Pewey Cook. Thoso partlclpatlng In the german IlKiiro wlll hnve to pny an extra charge of 25 rents, nnd wlll recolvo a badge, Only those who have ln their possession a badge wlll be allowed dn tho floor after 10 P. M. All deslrlug to tako pnrt ln thls flRure may get badges from Mr. Willlam Grigg, No. 1109 West Avenue. or at the Horse Show Buildlng on Frlday nlght. General admlssion tickets aro to be had at Branch R. Allen's, Thaw & Granfs, the hotels and prominent drug stores, and from pri? vate indlvlduals connocted wlth tho Home for Incurables. A called meetlng of the board for the Home for Incurables wlll be hold In Murphy's Annex thls mornlng at 11 o'clock. Business of Importance wlll be transacted, a'-id a full attendance Is requested. A'oTclty Pnrtj*. The Willlng Workers of Monumental Church will glvo a novelty party at 8:15 P. M. Thursday and Friday In the Sunday school room of tho church. A special sale of cakds. candy and other storeroom aecesso'rles wlll be held throiifrhout the day Frlday. no admlssion fee belng charged untll 8:15 I*. M. It Is hoped that the party wlll be well attended. Slny-Ht-Ho.no Club. The Stny-at-Home Whlst Club met Monday evenlng with Mr. and Mrs. W. R. noblnp. Mrs. Basll Epaldlng and Mrs. Nelson made top score. Tho next me?tiiiK wlll be held wlth Mr. and Mrs. Arthur M. Cannon. ln thc liome of Judge Edmund Waddlll, .21 Park Avcnu.. | Eclioes from Dixle. Tho concert lo bo glven by the Con-i fcilerate Cholr of George E. Plckett Camp. on Thursday evoning, Aprll 30th, ot tho Y. M. C. A., promlses to be a very successful affalr. Mrs. J. Grlff Edwards, of Ports? mouth, Va., commander-ln-chlef of all thc Cnofoderate choirs, wlll be the leadlng soioist. A flne ...ofrram has been propared, and tickets (or the entertalnment can be had nt the Y. M. C. A., the Cable Company, Tragle's and Schaaf's. as well as from any member of the cholr. In Honor of Mlsa Hoge. Mrs. Thomas Bolling gave a lunch? eon on Saturday last to Mlss Mary Stuart Hoge, of Loulsvllle, Ky.; MIs. Wheat and the buds of thls year and next. At a luncheon party at the West moreland Club Mr. Randolph Holladay ontertalned Mlss Hoge, who ls his nicce. and w-ho ls to be one of the attendants at the Houston-Prlce wed? dlng on Thursday. The occaslon wns most enjoyable. WHIitii. Workers Eutortnln. The Willlng Workers ot St. Mark's Church wlll glve an entertalnment in the lecture room of tlie church to-mor? row evenlng at S o'clock. A very in? terestlng program has been arranged, Including a play entltled'"Clnderella" by the followlng littlo folks: Bessle Cox, as Clnderolla; James Lawler, as Prince Rupert; Joe Gasser, as tho klng: Madellne Cox, as the mother; Ellza Belle Wllklnson, as fairy grand mother; Lllla Prlddy, as Peacocina; Ella Dunn, as Stucupetta; Loy Ed? wards and Tom Jones, ns courtlers. Refreshments will be served at pop? ular prices. Mrs. Hnrwood'n neceptlon. One of the handsomest entertain ments of the week was the receptlon glven yesterday by Mrs. John S. Har? wood, of No. 2000 Monument Avenue, in honor of Mrs. John S. Harwood, Jr. House decoratlons were elaborate and beautiful. Southern smllax fos tooned the grlll work of doorways and A Fair Test (Eh'e right medicine, is -the medicine tKat -will make you well. For female ailments, a female rem? edy is more likely to cure you, than a medicine that is recommended for both sexes. rAs a special remedy, for the ills from .which all women suffer, Wine of Cardui has been most highly recommended, by ladies. who should know?those who have tried it. TAKE CARDUI It WIU Help You o h us "I would burn and itch and pain so bad," writea Mrs. Elizabeth Lawson, of Oreton; Va., "that I could not stand it. I called a doctor, but got worse; so I called in a second and third. All the medicines I got from doctors 1, 2 and 3, did no good, so I took Cardui and the first bottle helped me. rAfter taking 3 bottles, I feel Hke a new person. I am well now and advise any suffering woman to take Cardui, for it will cure her, as it oured me," Cardui is purely vegetable and . i . ,. a tj - MM. EUIAUTH UWM_i non-intoxicating. Sold everywhere. oretw,va.> Try it. VAT.IIART.Ti! $rlte f?- *+*M<> ?????rated B.oW, "Ifomt Triatmini far V AJjU ADI_J_ r%?tf*i,*rdeicrlbTng ?ymptoms of Female DUtsics end gl* DAAV VDW logvsluablohlntson hoalth, hygiane. dUt. medicine, etc. XHtu Th? ChMtuoega M?4ielM C?? Cbtttuosga, T?w,. ontwlnod tho liolustrnde of tito stalr wny. Red rnmbler roses showed rlclily ngnliii't tho green bnekgroiind. ? In thn drawlng rooms, llbrary and dliilng-room the color Schemo was ln yellow nnd green, n. niasslng of Jon ? IiiIIm ngalnst pnlint* and fern... The i-cntreplect. of tho table wns a Itlgh hnndled hnsket nf Jonqiillg restlng on heautlfui cluny lace, nnd velled wlth yellow gauze. Tho recelvlng party stood ln the front drawlng-room. Mrs. John ti. Ilarwood wns gowned ln satln-Htrlped lavender gauze over lavender sllk, wllh polnt lace bortho und a hand bouqtiet of lilles of ihe valley. Mrs. John S, Hnrwood, Jr,. wore her weddlng gown of white messalino and laco wllh pearl ornamcnln. Mrs. Marlon Tyler had on an All.-i blue messallne gown trlmmed In bluo and Whlte fringe and lace, aud Mr*. Henry Hnrwood wore yellow chiffon over yellow satin trlmmed wlth rliine stono bUoKt-H and velvet bows. Mrs. AVIlkins, of Portsmouth, and Mrs. Charles Culpeper stood ln the renr drawlng-room. Miss Evelyn Gordon was nt tho puneh bowl. and among the young girls servlng were Mlsses Lucy Parke Taylor; Sarah Chamborlayn., and Myra Chambers. Mrs, Rosen crants and Mrs. John Quarles wero In tho dlnlng-room. An orchestra played durlng the after? noon a cholce seloctlon of alrs. Tho house was thronged, about BOO eallers pnsslng in and out durlng reception hours. Crnwford?McCartliy. Tho weddlng of Miss Jane Pendleton McCarthy. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. S. McCarthy, to Mr. Wllliam Eldridge Crawford, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Crawford, was celebrated at 7 o'clock yesterday evonlng ln Flrst Baptist Church, the Rev. Georgo W. McDaniel, asslsled by the Rev. J. j. Gravatt, bfll clating. The church was decorated In Easter lilles and palms and Mr. Klrk Mathews was at the organ. Miss Edlth McCarthy was mald ot lionor and Mr. C. E. Crawford best man. The ushers were Dr. Barbour Pendleton, Messrs. Drury Rlce, Joseph C. Taylor, Oeddes H. Wlnston. W. L Gllliam and Robert B. Forrest, of Rlch ,/nond: Mr. Clalr Crawford and Mr. Arthur Crawford. of Norfolk. The brlde entered wlth her father. She wore whlte messallno trlmmed with princess and ro-e polnt lace, a tulle vell. and carrled lilles of the valley and whlte sweet peas. The mald of honor was attlred in blue crepe de chlne. wlth garnlture of Irish polnt, and held a long-handled basket of pink sweet peas. The bridal party was entertalned by Mr. and Mrs. McCarthy Monday even? ing, drawing-room and dining-room fli-coratfon.. enrrying out the color scheme of pink, and white. Herrln?Bowden. Miss Lllllan Ellse Bowden. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwln Eley Bowden, formerly of Isle of Wight countv. but for several years resldcnts of Rlch? mond. was marrled to Mr. Robert Mer rltt Herrln, a> well-known buslne.s man of Ivor. the ceremony being per? formed at 7 P. M. yesterday. ln the home of tlie bride, 1S-0S Pleasants Street, by the Rev. Charles E. Stuar*. The house was decorated ln whlto and green, wlth a floral arch near the centre of the front parlor. Mendels sohn's weddlng march was played by Mr. Thurman Beale. Miss Mabel Bowden was mald of honor. and Mr. Charles E. Bowden, the best man. Messrs. H. T. and L. E. Bowden were the ushers. The bride entered wlth the maid of honor. She wore a travellng sult of Copenhagen blue and carrled lilles of the valley and Brlde roses. The mald of honor was gowned In whlte d'esprlt. over pink taffeta, and had a bouqtiet of pink roses. Many handsome weddlng glfts were received. Out-of-town guests for the weddlng were Mrs. T. F. Nelson, of Culpeper; Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Herrln, of Zuni; Miss Frances Ballard. of Crozet; Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Holloway, of Toano, and Mr. C. E. Bowden, of Atlanta, Ga. Kemble? McNlven. The marriage of Miss Bessle Hoge McNIven, daughter of Mrs. A. McNlven, to Mr. Arthur Nelson Kemble, of New A'ork, was celebrated yesterday at 11 A. M. in the home of the brlde's mother, No. 610 East Lelgh Street, the Rev. Jere Wltherspoon offlclatlng. Ow lng to a recent death ln the groom's famlly, the weddlng was very qulet, only the Immediate famlly belng pres? ent. Miss Mary McNIven. slster of the brlde, was mald of honor, wore whlte organdy and carrled pink roses. Mr. Harry McNIven, brother of the brlde, was best man. The brlde was beau? tlfully gowned ln whlte chiffon over taffeta. Her flowers were whlte roses, After an extended bridal tour Mr. and Mrs. Kemble wlll bo at home ln Boston. Dance at Hcrmltasc To-Nlght. The danca to be glven by members of the younger society set at Hermltago Golf Club to-nlght wlll be chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. AAMHIam F. Chalmers. Personal MenMon. Miss EUa Blnford and Miss Com Field, of Lynchburg, are the guests ot Mrs. Wllliam Hlxon, at Atlantic Clty. Miss Annle Gllliam, who has been the guest of Miss Graco Neai, has ro? turned to Lynchburg. Ml.s Margaret Eagle.fleld, of Indlan apolls, who has been vlsitlng Miss Bes? sle Jackaon, has returned to Sweet Brlar Instltute. Miss Marjorle Seeds, who was the gtiest of Miss Nell Potts at the Ches? terfield for Easter, has left for Sweet Brlar. Miss Mary Brooke, of Norfolk, who spent last week wlth Miss Fanny Mll? ler on West Franklln Street, has re sumed her studles at Sweet Brlar. Miss Allne Jennlngs leaves to-daj for Petersburg, where ahe wlll he thf guest of Mrs. Lynch. and attend the EJaster german, wlth Mr. Hugh Lynch as her escort. Miss Mary Carter Anderson has ro turned from a dellghtful trlp to AVash? lngton. Miss Fanny Miehelbacher, who patc a woek-end vlslt to New York, has re? turned to tho city. Mr, Meredith Davls, of Pottsvllle, Pa. Is vlsitlng friends in Rlchmond, hit old home. Mastor Frank Sterrett Irvine, ol Charlottesville, Js spendlng hls Eastai holidays wlth tho famlly of Mr. J Taylor Ellyson. Mr. S. H. Sayre, of Newport News Is ln the clty. Miss CalJy Ryland and Mrs. Johr Mallory- have returned from spendlng several daya at Old Polnt. Miss Katherlne Daingerfl.ld, of Alex* andrla, ls the guest,of her eo.wdn* Colonel and Mrs. Rai Parr, at Atlanth City. Mrs. Lula A. Palmoro ls at home after a vlslt to Mrs. C. AV. Whltmore, of Lynchburg.. Mr. and Mrs,' Walter Dinwlddle, ol Charlottesville, are vlsitlng frlends lr Rlohmond. Mrs. J. Taylor Ellyson is spendlng the Aveek In AVashlngton and attend lng the Contlnental Congress of th? Daurhters of the American Revolu tlon. niUS FOR HIGH ?'Q|*vt BONDS, Tbough Bearing Only tl Per Cent., HliU Are Above Pniv-Gas Prun.lilae. [Bpaolkl to The Tlm..-Dl.patoh. 1 IHGH POINT, N. C, Aprll 21.?The olty father tq-day. opened sealed blda i&mmM&M&>&. fl i&S_A'Z Jb^'iXA' _U?,JL.'!?_T! BEH1ND THE BREAD PAN Fllied with light. toothsome biscuit stands the famous (Jooil I.uck Hnkln. Powder, whose unusual m?rlt l> prc served by the patented molnt ure-proof tln-foll newn-board can. OVER THREE MILLION PEOrLE USE Good Luck Baking Powder And It meeta wlth ths approval ot all cooks who grant lt a thorougb trlal. It Ieavcns bet? ter ar.d requlres less. 8 ounccs, S cents; t pound. 10 cents; at your dealers. TEe Southern Manufacturing Company RICHMOND, VA. for *?60.000 of clty bonds. The highest bld was 1051., but the bldder thought they wero C Instead of 5 per cent bonds. and the board wlll have to award to other partles. All the blds wero conslderably over par. DeKalb McDanlel and others have asked the clty fathers for a franchlse for a gas plant. The bonrd wlll con? sider thls to-morrow. The company ugrees to furnlsh tho clty llghts at half price. Work wlll he commenceJ wlthln six months aid tho plant be rfiady to distrlbute gas in elghteen months . SIGMA AI.PHA EPSII.ON MEKTS IX ITS IIIENMAf, CONVENTION ISpeclal to The Tlmes-DlBpateh.l WINSTON-SALEM. N. C. Aprll 21.? Tho blennlal conventlon of the Gam ma provlnce of the Sigma-Alpha Ep sllon fraternlty, embraclng the Statea ot Vlrglnla, North Carolina and South Carolina, and tlie District of Colum? bla, met ln the palm-rootn of the Zln zendorf Hotel thls afternoon at A o'clock. ltev. Alfred R. Berkeley, of Mayodan. preslded. To-nlght a ban? quet was glven at the hotel. Two sessions will be held to-mor? row. To Observe Memorial Day. [Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.] WILMINGTON, N. C. Aprll 21.?Ar? rangements are now about completed for the observance of Memorial Day In Wllmlngton, and whlch this yonr will take place the Sabbath afternoon. The usual parade wlll be dlspensed wlth on account of the day belng Sun? day, but tho celebration will be nono the less impresslve, as all the mili? tary and clvle organlzatlons will at ton'd, and the slnging wlll be of high class nature. The orator of the oc? caslon wlll be J. O. Carr, Esq., a prom? inent member of the local bar, and who is to the fore Just at present an account of belng a candldate for the State Senate. The chaplain wlll be Rev. James Carmlchael, D. D., former rector of St John's Eplscopal Church, thls clty, and now chaplain of Cape Fear Camp, Unlted Confederate Veto? rans, SAY and DO Are mighty' close hcrc. We SAY what we DO, and DQ what we SAY. See the Spring Suits at $15. They're worth it. That's all there is to it. THE PLAIN TRUTH. What More Cnu Riehmond People Askf When well-known resldents and highly-respected people of Richmond make such statements as tho follow? lng, lt must etirry convlction to every roader: AV. XV. Gosden. 308 West Main Streot, Richmond, Va., says: "I regard Doan's Kldney Pills ns the best kldney remedy ln the world. 1 had heen a severo sufferer from kidney trouble. My hnck palned me continuously, and was sa weak at times that I could not lift tlio sllghtest wolglit wlthout tha most ox cruciatlng palns passlng through me. If I made any sudden movement 1 would bo rowarded With sharp shoot? ing twlnges, whleh would ho followed by a dull, steady pain _ through my loins both night and day, I suffered groatly from headaches and dlzzy spells were of frequent occurrence. The secretlons from my kidneys were much dlsorderod, very dark in color, of an offenslve odor, and when the dis? ease had reached a more advanced stage, contalned a very thlck doposlt. I seemed to have but very llttle con? trol over thom, havlng to rlse mnny times at night. Tho passagea scalded and wero very painful. My feet ancl Hmbs would be awollen at tlmos to twice tholr natural size, and would burn and throb aa lf neodles woro stlcklng into them. I became rapidly worso, nnd three months at one time waa conflned to my bed. T finally learned of Doan's Kldney Pills, after dootors had failed to help me. They rellevod me so greatly that ln a short time I was able to get out of tho house, and lt was not long before I was. able to be hack to my work. I ltoop Doan's Kldney PIUs on hand at all tlmos, nml whenevor I faol an.v symptoniH of a return of the trouble, I appeal to thelr use and they always glvo Instant rellef." For sale hy all doalers, Price, B0 cents. Foster-Mllburn Co? Jtuffalo, N. 1*? sale agents for tho UntUd States. Remember the name -?Doan's-- and tako no oth??. PRESENT TABLET 10 SUPREME COURT Handsome Bronzc of Historic In? terest to Be Received?Dele? gates to Convention. rSpeclal to Tlie Tlme_-Dl..pnt-*li._ RALEIGH, N. C, Aprll 21.-?There Is to be presented to the North Carolina Supreme Court wlthln the next fow days n handsome hronze tnhlet or iiilnlnturo of the Declaratlon ot Inde? pendenco, wlth the autograph slgna? turcs of the slgners, and a central otch Ihg of tho group of slgners iifflxlng thelr slgnaturcs to thls historic docit mont, lt ls about ten Inches sc-uarr., and ls mou'nted on a rlch velvet back? ground and frained In a masslvo gold and tnnhogony frame sultablo for hanglng on tiio wall, the wholo cn cased ln heavy plato glass. It comes as a glft to the North Carolina Su? preme Court from Hon. AValter France.. Burnes, of New York, grandson ot Cap? taln Otway Burnes, of the Unlted Stntes prlvateer "Snap Dragon." ono ot tho famous craft of the AVar of 1812. It ls on account of lts association with thls hero of tho early days of the republlc thnt liils tablet or medal is presented. To Charitlea Convention. In addltlon to tho North Carolina delegates heretofore appolnted to rcp resent Nortii Carolina at the Natlonal Conference on Charltles and Correctlons to meet In Richmond, A'a., May 6th to 13th, Governor Glenn lssucs com? missions to tho following: W. A. Blalr, Wlnston-Salem. State Board of Charltles; C. J. Hunter, Ral? elgh, State Board of Charltles; Dr. James McKee, Ralelgh, superlntendent State Hospltal; Dr. John McKambell, superlntendent State Hospltal, Morgan ton: Dr. W. W. Falson, superlntendent Stato Hospltal for Negroes. Goldsboro; Dr. Robcrt S. Counsel superlntendent Hlghlands Home Senatorlum, Ashevllle; Professor I. McK. Goodwln, superln? tendent Stato School for Desf and Dumb, Morganton. John E. Ray, superlntendent of the State S.hool for the Bllnd, Ralelgh; Dr. J. R. Gordon, superlntendent Tuberculo? sis Sanltorlum, Greensboro; Caesar Cnne, Greensboro, trustee Stoncwtill Jackson Tralnlng School; J. P. Cook, Concord. truntees Stonewall Jackson Tralnlng School: Josephus Danlels, Rnlelgh, edltor News and Observer. ( ImiiKr of Cotirts. A request for exchange of courts Is granted by Governor Glenn whereby Judge G. XV AVard wlll hold Forsyth court two weeks, beginning May 5th, nnd Rocklngham court two weeks, be? glnnlng Juno Sth, and Judge H. M. Jus? tice will hold Henderson courl. second week, beglnnlng May 18th; Burke court two weeks from June lst', and Yancey court one week. beglnnlng June 15th. Two charters were issued to-day. The Tucker & Laxton Company, Charlotto, capltal $10,000. for manufacturlng and deallng in appllances for electrlc llght, gas. steam and other appartus, especlal? ly apparatus for street cars, the In corporators belng F. S. Tucker, A". P. and F. M. Lextoa. The Chapel Hlll Realty Company, capltal $5,000, by Thos. Euffin. C. L- Llndsay, P. W. Schenck and Others. Tha North Carolina Music Festival. which closed to-nlght. was one of the most suecessful ever held. TILLY DIES FROM AVOlXDS. Coroner'a Jury. However, Exoncrates Chlef, Who Shot. r Speclal to The Tlmcs-DI-patch-l WINSTON-SALEM. N. C. Aprll 21.? James Tllly, Jr.. who Avas shot in Kernersvllle Sunday nlght by Chlef of Police Perdue. while approachlng the officer wlth a shotgun and attempt lng to force the chlef to roleasa hls father, James Tllly, Sr.. who was undor arrest, dlod thls morning. A coronor's Inquest was held thls afternoon, tho jury returnlng a ver? dlct exoneratlng Chlef Perdue and Sol Perry, who was deputized to assist in maklng tho arrest. The two offlcers were arrested yesterday and requlred to glvo $250 bonds each. Prohlblttouesta in Local Electlona. [Speclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.] WILMINGTON, N. C, Aprll 21.?While the prohlbitlonlsts aro not taklng part ln the present county campalgn?that is not as a class?yet they wlll likely be to tho front ln the next municipal election. AVhllo the latter tlme Is al? most a year off, some of the leaders In the cause have already sounded a Avarn ir.g. and In a sermon on jjirohlbltlon Sunday nlght Rev. Fred D. Hale, pas-1 tor of the Flrst Baptist Church, de? clared that ho would tako part ln the next municipal election and help soe that only men who are prohlbitlonlsts ln principle are elected to office; that only by the select Ion of such men can prohlbition laws be enforced. Cliurcli aud nwcllliiR Burned. .Spoclal to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.) HYLAS. VA., Aprll 31.?A raging forest flro yesterday destroyed Mt. Ollvet (colored) Church, tho residenco of Mrs. Crosbv and forty cords of wood belonglng to Mr. .Take Nuckols. A lot of timber was also burned. Virginia Weddings Greicory?Clnrk, [Speclal to The Timea-Dlspatch.] BEDFORD CITY. Aprll 21?Mlas Mattle Newton Clark and Mr. Edward Davls Gregory Avere marrled thls af? ternoon at 4:30 o'clock at tho rosl donco ln Avonue Placo of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Nowton Clark, the parents of tho brldo. Tho rooms of the flrst floor wero darkened from tho daylight, and many candles and electrlc llghts shed an oxquisite radlanue upon a scene ot rare beauty and attractlveness. Many handsome growing plants, palms. ferns, begonla., etc, comblnod wlth a profuslon of dogwood and pink honeysuekle, were arranged nbout the rooms wlth most artistlc and beautiful offect. The color scheme was Avhlte and pink and was skllfully carrled out ln all of the details. Tho guosts wero recelved at the door by Miss Jean Clark, tho little nlece of tho brlde, and Mlas Mary Ollver, clad in pretty frook of airy whlto, wlth white rlbbons; they also rolled back tho folding doors whon tho bridal party were arranged ln tableau heforo the altar, reveallng to tho nsseniblod guests tho lovely plcture. There wns a Cloral bower arohlng the altar, forni tng a fltting HQttlrtg for the brlde tn lier elegant roba. en tralne, of whlte crepe do chlna and chiffon, wlth gar nlture of princess laoo over whlte taf f_t.a, tho fllmy vell softly falling over her. Long whlto gloves completed the beautiful toilet. Sho carrled a show.r bouqtiet of whlte sweet peas. Hai* slater, Miss Bessle Clark. who was mald of lionor, woro ?, gown o. whlte net over whlte taffeta.; a wreath of delicate pink flowers neatled amld her dark halr, Her flowers were pink BrtdeBtnald rosos. Mr. AV. XV, Berry, uotisln of the groom, was best man. Tha rltes wore Impresslvely cele? brated by Rov. Dr. S. S. l.ambeth, of thn A'irglnla Conference of the MothoclltU Eplscopal Church. Tho hrlda Ih u brunett-a of rare !ov_ llnoss ot person, wlnsoma and gontlo lu nmntior, cultured and chirinlng. The groom, who ls the only chlld ot thu late Rev. Edward S. Qregory, dl. tlngulshed ln llterature and Journallsm _.m wall a* tha -*i-u_-ah_ ls Eastorn man 107 EAST BROAD STREET. Latest Creations in Millinery for Spring. C_ You will experience no difficulty in select ing a becoming Hat from our extensive assort tx^s_f ments. This is a most vital -<*_2w5fl3w* point. The collection is ?i^^r^SifvY^ u n 1 i m i t e d. Regardirig r~b^\\\v styles, we are daily receiv ing express shipments from Paris and New York mil liners, which enables us to show at all times the very latest creations. nger of the Frazer Palnt Company, an nlnmnus of tho Eplscopal Hlgh School, and a gentleman of hlgh soclal and business standlng. After the ceremony refreshments of n salad course. followed by plnk and whlte rlbbon cream wlth cake, wero served. Nunv.rous nnd handsome present1* from thls nnd many othor polnts boro testlmony to tho hlgh ostlmatlon In whlch thoy are held. , Mr. aud Mrs. Gregory left on tho westbound afternoon traln vla Roanoke for a Northern tour. Upon thelr re? turn they wlll be at tho home of thc groom, on North Brlilgo Street. Eaathnm?nusscll. [Special to The Tlmes-Dlspntch.] WINCHESTER, VA., Aprll 21.?An? nouncement was made thls evenlng by Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Russcll, prominent resldents of Wlnchester. of tlie mar? rlage ot their daughter, Mlss Enima Loulse Russell, to Mr. James C. Ea.it ham. of Httntlngton. W. Vn. The ceremony was performed at the Min er's Hospltal, at Welch. W. Va., on tho evoning of Aprll 18th, whero tho groom is ill wlth appendlcltls. Rev. Dr. J. Gray McAIUster, presldent of Hampden-Sldney College and brother In-law of the bride. was the offlclat lng clergymnn. Mlss Russell, accom? panied by Dr. McAIUster went from Richmond, Va., where she had gone to attend tho weddlng of her brother, Dr. HUgh Greenway Russell. a'.td Miss Ella Gordon Ilammond. to Welch. Reachlng there on Frlday she was wummoned by a telegram whlch an? nounced tho extreme Illness of Mr. Eastham, who had recently been op? erated upon for appendlcltis. Chcntham?Stnlry. rspeclal to The Tlmoa-Dlspatch.] SUFFODK. VA.. Aprll 21.?Miss Besslo Staley, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Willlam Wesloy Staley, at 7:30 o'clock thls evenlng. became the bride of Mr. Thomas Flavlus Cheatharn, ot Grcenvllle. N. C. The ceremony was celcbrated In the Suffolk Chrlstian Church. The bride wns marrled by her father and glven away by an uncle, Mr. John M. Cook, of Burllngton, N. C, who Is a half hrother of Dr. Staley. The following were attendants; Misses Annle and Willlo Staloy. of Frankllnton, N. C.. sisters ot-tho bride; maids of honor; Mrs. J. E. West and Mrs. J. C. AVest. matrons of honor; Misses E. M. Jones. E. M. Holland. Ethel Nashe, of Boston, and Robecca Mltch? oll, of Wilinlngton. N. C? brldesmalds; F. A. Cheatharn, of Youngsvillo. N. C, best mnn: Fratmes Everett, Jnmes But? ler, Mellssa Cook and Nathanlel New iiiaii, gato gutirds: Ellzabeth West, rlngbearer; Anils Cheatharn, Youngs vlllc, .V. C; Robert N. Cook, Swetson vllle. N. C; Culob D. West. Nowport' News. Va.; u P. Mltchell. Norfolk; Hen? ry D. Mltcholl, Portsmouth; Dr. J. E. Rawls and John P. Dee, &uffolk, uah crs. The honeymoon wlll bo passed ln Florida, Cuba and Mexlco. Go to Wlnston to AVeit. [Special to The Tlmo*-Uir.-atch.] WINSTON-SALEM. N. C, Aprll. 21.?i Mr. Charles I_ Harris, of Roanoke, Va., nnd Mlss Dllllan E. Funk, of Vlnton. Vn., two vory popular ypung people. arrlved In tho clty thls afternoon and were marrled at tho Centenary par sonajre. tho ceremony belng performed by Rov. J. E. Abernathy, the pastor. Schnner?Norton. (Special to The Tlmoj-DInpatch.] STAUNTON. VA.. April 21.?Mr. Paul Welstead Schaner. of Mt. Clemens, Mich.. nnd Mlss Adelo Bolce Norton, daughter of Major Augustus Norton, proprletor of tho Eakleton Hotel. wera marrled thls evenlng wlth an elaborata ceromony, Rev. Willlam Dowltt Burk head offlclatlng. Dlnmond?niloj". rSpeclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.l STAUNTON. VA.. April 21.?Mr. Jef? ferson Davis Diamond. a popular busi? ness man. and Miss Bessle E. Rlley, regarded us ono of Staunton's inost beautiful young women. wero marrled to-dav. Rev. H. P. Hamilton. of the Methodist Eplscopal Church. South, of? flclatlng. CASTORIA For Infants and Children. Tha Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signatura of' Make a Winning Bid! Get the $450.00 Piano Think of your chance?think of the rcAvard! By simply puttitig a bid?by stating Avhat you are Avilling to giAre? you have an excellent opportunity of securing a High-Grade Upright Haines Bros. Piano at your OAvn price. Bidding on the Haines Piano Ends May 12th. Up until that date all btds will be placed in a sealed box. 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