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SOCIAL and
PERSONAL
THR Tt-eflrllntsf of Mlas Ellisabeth
Price, daughter of the lato
Thomas Randolph Price, waa
celebrated at noon yesterday
In St. Paul's Eplscopal Church,
thc Rov. Robert Wright Forsyth, rec?
tor. of tho church, offlclatlng.
Tho altar antl choncol wero deco?
rated wltli palms, Easter lllles and
candles. The weddlng- march from
"Lohengrln" was played as tho pro
cesslonal, Ruhlnsteln's "Melotly." ln
I', dtlrIniy the ceremony, and Mendels
sohn's 'Weddlng March" aa tlio rt
rcEsional.
The group of attendants lncluded
Mlss Andrea Warwlck Mathows, of New
Vork, inald of honor; Mr. George 11.
Houston. of Covington, Ky.. hest man:
MIhfos Mary Sluart Hoge, of I.onlsvlll.7
K'j'.l Margaret Murdaugh, of Washing?
ton; Nannle Montague. of New Vork;
Kate Lyons, of Charlottesvllle, aiul
Khlherlno I"). Lancaster. of Rlclimond,
brldesmalds; Messrs. Herman Mapes
Houston, Georgo I.att, Brent Woodall.
ot Covington; Norman B. Beecher. of
New. York; Willlam 7- Price and Wil?
llam L. Foushee, of Rlclimond, grooms
mon.
The mald of honor was gowned In
pale yeilow crepe de chlne. Her yeilow
straw liat was trlmmed wlth lavender.
and alif* carrled lavender sweet peas.
The hrldesmalds had on trocRs of
lavender crepe de clllne, straw hata
garniturefi wlth lavender hydrangeas,
und held haskets of yeilow daffodlls.
Tho hrlde camo ln wlth lier unclo
and godfather. Mr. Thomas IT. Norwopd,
ot Gala. She wore an Ivory satin
gown. en prlncesse and en tralne, wlth
bertha and panels of polnt lace, a tulle
vell and orange blossoms.
A weddlng hreakfast, llmlted to in
tliuate frlendu and relatlves, wbb clven
at 12:30 o'clock, at the liome of the
brlde's mother, at No. 611 West Grace
fctreat.
Out-of-town guests were Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Rohb Houston. of Coving?
ton. Ky.; Mlss Mapes, of Lockport. N.
Y.; Mr. and Mrs. THomas H. Norwood,
oi Gala, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Walter XV.
Price, Mrs. Meredith Montague. Messrs.
.7. Turner Attenbury and Rlchard H.
Bateson, all of New York; Mrs. Thomas
II, Ballard. of Washlngton: Mrs. T.
Barton Lyons, of C'hajlottesvlllo; Mlss
Trlplett. of St. Louls, Mo.; Mr. and
Mrs. Moses M. Green, of Warrenton, and
Mlss Nlna Johns, ot Norfolk.
AVright?Alvcy.
In Park Placo Methodist Church. at
6:30 P. M. yesterday, Mlss Ida Floyd
Alvey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed?
ward T. Alvey, of No. 813 West Grace
Htreet, was marrled to Mr. Luther
Thomas Wright, son of the late James
C, Wright and Mrs. Nellie Wright, of
Caroline county, the Rev. M. .S. Co
lonna offlclatlng.
The decoratlve color scheme was ln
yeilow and green, yeilow candles In
sllver '.andelabra, and daffodll* ma.ssej
against a background of palms. The
riuslc was dlrected by Mr. 1". V. Briggs,
Jr.. thi- organlst. Mlss Luclle Ravage
Alvey, wearlng a satin embroidered em?
pire gown of yeilow nrt and lace over
yeilow messallne, nnd carrylng a large
Hrm basket of yeilow sprlng flower*.
was mald of honor. and Mr. Henry H.
George. Jr., was the best man.
The ushers wero Messrs. Francis
Edward Carter. H. Brannock Carlton,
George Moffett Klng. H. Selden Taylor,
Jr.. Harry Coghlli and Walter Crump
Cottretl.
Master Warner Lewis Flemlng and
Master Edward Alvey. Jr., dressed In
bralded suits of cream broadcloth, wero
? the rlhhon-holders.
The hrlde came In wlth her father.
??*?.<.- was gowned ln whlte empire satin,
tiiinmcd wlth real lace. a tulle vell
ratlght with lllles of the valley and
pearls. Her flowers were lllles of the
valley;
After en extended weddlng trip, Mr.
and Mrs. AVrlght wlll make thelr lionio
ln Rlclimond.
Dance at Hermitage.
Easter lllles, palms and Southern
smllax made a beautlful settlng for
? th_ dance of the younger society set
at tho Hermitage Golf Club on Wed?
nesday nlght. The orchestra dlscoura
cd sweet muslc from behlnd a palm
screen. Mr. and Mrs. Wllliam F. Chal
niers were the chaperons of the evo?
ning, and a dellghtful supper waa
served at its close.
1 Among those present were Mlss Mabel
O'l-'errall. wearlng whlte net over green
taffeta; Mlss Martha Fltzgcrald. ln
pink chlffon cloth; Mlss Frances Wheat,
in whlte embroidered batiste; Mlss
Fanny Crenshaw, in white lace; Miss
Martha Martin, ln whlte mull: Mlss
.Tack Stearnes, of Philadelphla, in pink
and white silk; Miss Lois Richardson,
Ip pompadour chlffon; Mlss Katherlno
Gunn, in white silk mull; Miss Marle
Harwood, ln Nlle green chlffon cloth;
.Miss Luclle Massey, ln blue crepe de
chlne; Mlss Kemp. ln yeilow radlum;
Mlss Gertrude Crenshaw, in whito
mousseline; Mlss Richardson, ln yeilow
organdle; Mlss Mamle Pllkington, ac
cordion-plaited yeilow radlum; Mlss
Alexandrla Mltchell, ln whlte organdie;
Messrs. Paul Chrlstian, OUIn Richard?
son, Ernest Allen, Walter Lefew, John
M. Mlller. Hunter Camp, Willlam Grigg,
Otey Miller. .Thomas Neal, Henry Sta?
ples, Jenlfer Sutton, Jean Sutton,
. Mitchell' Sinton, Jack Evans. Willlam
\ Davldson, Trevllllan Turner, Ellett
Ready, Larkln Glazebrook. Jr., Tazewell
Special Suit Sale.
To-day* we inaugurate a special clearance sale of
Women's Tailored Suits to make necessary room lor
our daily increasing stock of summer apparel.
AT
$9.75
Suits Sold Up to $15.00.
AT
$15.00
Suits Sold Up to $25.00
These reduced garments are not a "job lot" or spe?
cialty bought to originate a "sale." BJ keeping in mind
the high standard of "Kaufmann's" merchandise you
will quickly grasp the importance ofthis sale.
EVERY FAVORED MATERIAL, including
fhadow stripe serges, fancy mixture Panamas, flr-c.
In all we have about 150 garments,' and sizes partly
broken, which will mean that those anxious to secure
one must be here early.
Carrlngton, Samuel AA'addlll, AVllliam
Iloppe, AA'llUam Sydnor, AA'altcr Wrenn,
Alfred Crenshaw, Lawrence Parsons
and Mr. Redcllffe, of New York.
II Ut?I'nr-on.
The marriage of Miss Carrle Parson
to Mr. Clarence C. Hltt was celebrated
AVednesday In the parlors of the Rev.
Dr. Bruner, of AVashlngton, who per?
formed the ceremony.
The only attendants were Mrs. James
D. Hltt and Mr. Hltt, who accompanied
tlio bride and groom from Richmond
tb AA'ashlngton.
The brlde ls the daughter of Mr. Leo
Parson, and has many frlends ln tho
West End. Mr. Hltt Is ln business
here. When Mr. and Mrs. Hltt return
from a trlp to the Northern cltles and
Niagara Falls they wlll reslde at 2603
East Broad 8trcet.
Invitation* Issued.
Invltatlons have been IsBued for the
weddlng of Miss Eleanor Barnard Con?
rad, youngest daughter of tho late Or.
Daniel B. Conrad and Mrs. S. L Con?
rad, to Judge Adam Clarke Carson, of
the Phlllpplne Supreme Court, at
Manila.
The weddlng wlll be celebrated in
Chrlst Eplscopal Church, AVinchester,
May 12th. at S P. M., the rector of the
church, the Rev. Wllliam D. Smlth, ofn
clatlng.
The brlde wlll be glven away by hor
brother, Mr. Daniel B. Conrad. Miss
Ellzabeth AA'hitlng Conrad wlll be mald
of honor, and the bridosmalds: Mlsses
Evy Tucker McGulre. Frances Peyton
Page, Augusta Conrad, Lucilo AVeems
and Jcanie Strother, of Wlnchester, and
Sliss Ell-tabeth} L. AA'orthlngton. of
AVashlngton.
Mr. Wllliam E. Carson. of Rlverton,
wlll be best man, and the groomsmen:
Mr. Wllliam DavU Conrad and.Mr. John
S. AA'Ise, Jr.. of New A'ork: General
Clarence B. Edwards, of AA'ashlngton.
Chlef of the Bureau of Insular Affalrs;
Mr. Carpenter, secretary to Hon. AA'll?
Uam H. Taft; Dr. Stuart McGulre, of
Rlchmond, and Mr. Rlchard Evelyn
Byrd, of Wlnchester.
Judge Carson is now on lils way to
AVinchester. and Is expected to arrlve
early in May. He wlll take his brlde
to New A'ork for a brief trlp and wlll
sall with her on June 10th from San
Franclsco for Manila.
organ Recltal.
Mr. Leslle F. Watson, for many years
Ihe efllclent organlst of the Flrst Bap?
tist 'Church. now occupylng the same
position at the Second Baptist Church,
?vlll tender a compllmentary organ re?
cltal to the members, congregation antl
frlends of the Second Baptist Church
ou Monday nlght, at 8:30 o'clock.
Glee Club Concert.
The muslc-lovers of the clty are
looklng forward wlth pleasuro to the
concert to b? glven Thursday evenlng,
at the Jefferson audltorium by the
Randolph-Macon Glee Club. Thls ag
gregatlon of young muslclans has won
the highest pralse from competent
critlcs wherever they have appeared.
As thls ls the glee club's first ap?
pearance ln Rlchmond, It is conftdentiy
expected that a large audience will
avall themselves of thls p'pportunlty.
Miss Eula Bailey, the accom_Slished
dramatlc reader, wlll assist In the
program.
Kvcurslon to Wllllamsburg.
One of the most dellghtful outlngt
of the spring season wlll be an ex
cursion to Wllllamsburg on Saturday,
May 2d, under the ausplces of the
Young Ladies' Society of the Secor..
Presbyterlan Church.
Wllllamsburg ls fast becomlng tht
Mecca of all true A'lrglnlans, appealtn^
as lt does to old and young allke, be?
cause of its dellghtful Colonial antl
ante-bellum atmosphere and lts his?
torical associations,
Those In charge of the excursion
07 EAST BROAD STREET.
Smart Novelties in
Spring
Millinery
We are showing to-day
the most brilliant, moat
beautiful and most compre
hensive Hat display ever shown
in Richmond. Prove for your?
self, as many hundreds of ladies
have done, that the prettiest and
most stylish hats worn are here.
A smart, good looking hat here
COSTS NO MORE than in
the smaller shops, and what a
pleasure you'll find it to make a
selection with fully a thousand to choose from. Try tne new
way. You'll be satisfied.
wlll do aU ln thelr power to render the
occaslon pleasant and profltable. Din?
ner and refreshments wlll be sold by
the society.
Tickets are for sale at T. A. Mlller's
and by Mrs. T. Wllliam Pemberton.
No, 820 AA'cst Franklln Street; *Mr...
John A. Coke, Jr? of No. 10H AA'es:
Grace Street, and all other members of
the soolety.
3IubIco1c nt AVomnn's Club.
The Lovlng Circle of Klng's Daugh?
ters, of whlch Mrs. T. AA'lllIam Pem
berton is leader, wlll glve a vocal and
Instrumental concert at 8:30 o'clock
thls evenlng at the Woman's Club.
Features of the muslcale wlll be u
tT.ixed quartet. several solos, tHe Cove
nanter's orchestra, and vlolln numbers
hy little Miss Annle Fulton, of Fred?
ericksburg.
To Attend Archonldcs Hnll.
Several young gentlemen of Rich?
mond. among them Mr. Kent Rawley,
cxpect to attend the Archonldes ball. to
ho glven by the daughters of Senators
nnd Representatlves in AVashlngton. at
th* Arlington Hotel.
Mr. Rawley ls a friend of Miss Wll
llams. of Mlsslsslppl. and also of Mlas
Bossie Lamb. who Is the presldent of
the Archonldes.
To Plnce -AVImloT. tn Blandford.
memorlal commlttee to secure fund!
for placlng a window ln Blandforc
Church, Petersburg. according to _
pledge made by Ihe State at the. Gulf
port convention In 1905. f
Mrs. Hume |_ a Virginlan by blrtl
and has done valuable work ln Ten
n.ssce ln behalf of the Association fo:
the Preservation of A'irglnla Antl
qultles. Members of her committe
are Mrs. F. XV. Rlng and Mrs. H.nr
Skeggs.
I-iI-varrls?BurTett.
A very qulet but pretty marrlagi
took place at "*Newville." the home o
the brlde, In Sussex county. at noor
on Wednesday, the contracting partie:
being Miss Ella Owen Edwards ane
Mr. Proctor L. Barrett.
The lower floor of the house wa:
decorated wlth varled spring flowers
Only a few intlmate frlends were pres?
ent, and no Invltatlons were issued or
account of a recent death in tht
brlde's famlly.
The Rev. AA'. W. Edwards, the broth
er of the bride, offlclated.
Mlsses Mabel and Helen Edwards at
tended thelr slster. and were attlrot
in dainty frocks of whlte sllk ani
A'alenclennes lace.
The bride. who Iooked charmlng it
a golng-away gown of dark blue clotl
wlth hat and gloves to match, Is i
very popular and attractlve younf
lady, and the groom ls a well knowi
young business man.
Immedlately after tho ceremony thi
young couple were drlven to the sta
tlon. where they boarded the traln fo:
thelr future home at Gale.
Personal Mentlon.
\Irs. A. Dettelbach, who has beei
recuperatlng at Atlantic City for sev
eral weeks, is now the guest of he
slster, Mrs. Henry Heller, at 182S AA'es
Grace Street. Mrs. Dettelbach wlll re
turn to her home ln Loulsville, Ky.
about the lst of May.
Mrs. E. A. Cralghlll, of Lynchburg
ls vlsitlng Mrs. M. P. Harris.
Mr. E. J. Warren has been the gues
of Mrs. T. D. Ransom in Staunton.
Carter Hall, near Mlllwood, 1:
Clarke county, has been bought fror
Mr. Eben Richards, of New York, b;
Mr. Townsend Burwell, of Millwooc
Carter Hall ls considered ono of th
flnest estatos ln Vlrginia.
Dr. and Mrs. Hugh Greenway Rus
sell have been guests durlng thei:
weddlng trlp of Dr. Russejl's parents
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac W. Russell, o
Wlnchester.
Miss Rosalle Mllnes ls the guest o
Miss Loulse Joncs, of Norfolk.
Dr. Thomas . Nelson Page wlll de
liver the eommencement address a
Randolph-Macon Woman's ? College oi
June 2d, ln Lynchburg.
Tho weddlng of Miss Ethel Wistei
pf Phlladelphla, to Mr. Arthur W
Chichester, Jr? of Ivon, near Lees
burg, was scheduled to take place ye.
terday lp old St. Peter's Church, Phll
adelphla. The brlde and groom wll
live near Leesburg.
Virginia Weddings
Cuthbc.t?Colllcr.
[Spfeclal to The Times-Dispatch,]
PBTERSB.'".G. A'A., Aprll 23?.
bcauUfii! weddlng took place at th>
Flrst Baptist Church at halt-past i
p'clock thls evenlng, when Mlsa Mar
?arct Klng Colller, daughter of Mre
Robert AV, Colller. and Mr. Robert Mc
Kenney Cuthbert, an exceedlngly popu
lur young couple, were marrled, th1
Rev. Dr. W. C. Taylor, pastor of thi
ehurqh, performlng the ceremony.
The brld'A, attlred ln an elegant boavi
of fllet an* duohesse laco, Avlth Ulualoi
vell, and caWylng a shower. bouquet o
lilles of the valley, entered the churc!
wlth her bJrother, Mr. C. Flsher Col
lier, who gave her aAvay. Miss All.
Colller and Mrs. Samuel AAMrlson. alstor
of the brtdcA attended her as mald o
honor and maltron of honor. Mr. Charle
II. Cuthbert, I Jr., tho groom's brothoi
was best marA, and tlio following gen
tlemen wore \ ushers: Messrs. Russel
Wallace Colll.tr, Georgo A\', Harrlsoi
J. V, . r_u*h-.m\ T, Stjyiley BoekwIU
Rlchard Perclvkll axid. james E, Cuth
uei't. LUtla Mlaaea,- . j_L,y, ,Whttwp.rt]
Wlllson antl Dorothy Nosworthy were
flower glrls.
Mr. antl Mrs. Culhhert left for Netv
Vork on thelr weddlng tour.
II n r mnn?Mugnrl.
LYNCHBURG, VA., Aprll 23.?A
beautlful liome weddlng occurred lnst
nlght at' tho residence of Mrs, Relle
V. Lucado, No. 400 Church Street, wh.iu
her nlece, Mlss Arllne N. Enghart, be?
came tlie wlfo of Mr. W. Hafvev Har
man, son of Captain and Mrs. Krank P,
Harman. Dr. XV. A. Barr. of st. Paul's
Eplscopal Church, was the ofllclallng
minlster.
Mlss Lyclle Dougherly. of Galnsvllle,
Tex., was the mald of honor. nnd M*-.
C, T. McDanlel, ot Ihls clty. best man.
The brldo was glven away by hor
cousln. Mr. A. W. Lucado. Tlie ethur
ntiendants were Mlss Wlllle Engnrt
and Mr' Willlam Young, of Freehum.
Ky., and Mlss Margaret Lucado nnd
Mlss Harlet Harman were tho rlbbon
glrls.
A receptlon wns held after the mnr
ringe, 200 invitallons belng lssued to
thls. Champagne punrli wns served hy
Mrs. Blalr Danlstor and Mrs. .Inme* A.
Scott, wlille the guests were ushered
Into tlie dlnlng room hy Mrs. W. 11.
Black. Miss Edlth Montgomerv, Mrs.
Hubert Watts and Mrs. .1. Frank West.
Mr. and Mrs. Harman left last night
for Freeburn, Ky., where Mr. Harmnti
ls engaged as a coal operator In con?
nectlon wlth hls father. The bride
ls a natlve of Lynchburg. and is an
attractlve young lady wlth a host of
friends.
Gunlacli?Carey.
Iflperlnl to Thc Tlmcs-lJUpatrh.]
BURKEV1LLE, VA., Aprll 23.?Mlss
Beatrlce Carey and Mr. Louls Guri
lach, of Rlclimond, wero marrled Tues?
day night at 8:30 o'clock at "Mugnolla."
the elegant homo of Mr. and Mrs. James
P, Carey, the parents of the bride. Tlie
parlors were handsomely decorated
wlth Easter UllC3, growing plants.
ferns, etc, and shaded lanips, tlie
wholo preseptlng a heuutlful sccne.
The Rev. Mr. Berry, of tho Metho?
dist Eplscopal Church, celebrated the
rltcs lmpresslvely ln the presence of a
large number of friends and relatlves
of the contractlng partles. The brldes?
malds were Misses pparl and Bessle
Carey, sisters of the bride: tho ushers
were Messrs. Robert A. Tucker, Ber?
nard Adams and Mathew Carev. broth?
er of the bride, and Otto 'Gunlach,
brother of the groom. Littlo Miss Gay
Carey acteel as tiower girl and ring
bearer. Professor Charles Carter, ot
thls town. preslded nt Ihe organ.
The brldo was handsomely attired in
whito polnt d'esprlt and carrled
Bride roses and lllles of the valley. Tun
bridosinaids were gowned In whlte
chlffon and taffeta, and carrled plnk
brldesmaidB* roses. The hrlde ls ex
tremnly pretty and popular In and
around Burkevllle, and also well and
favorably known ln Richmond, where
she came often to vlsit her slster,
Mrs. Stout, on Fulton Hlll.
The groom ls a well "known mer
chant of Richmond and eldost son of
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Gunlach, of that
clty.
Lewis?PoTvers.
rSoeclal lo The Tlmcs-nispatch.I
BERRY VILLE. VA.. Aprll 23.?The
marrlage of Mlss Allce Burnmt Pow?
ers, of Wycklyffe. Clarke, county, to
Mr. Reverdy Johnson Lewis, of Berry
ville. Clarke county, was solemnlzed
to-day at high noon at Auhurn. tho
brlde's home. by the Rev. Mr. Cowllng'.
rector of the parish. asslsted by Rev.
Carter Page. of Front Roval. The
mald of honor was Mlss Powers), slster
of the bride, and the best man was
Mr. XV. Travers Lewis. Common?
wealth s attorney of Clarke nnd broth?
er of the groom. Only near relatlves
were Invited. but they made a goodlv
number of guests. Among those froni
a distance were Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Whltehead. of Wnshington: Mr. and
Mrs. Carter Page, of Front Royal: Mrs.
Robt. Lee Lewis. of New York: Messrs.
.Tno. and Lawrenre Stevens. of Castle
Point. Hoboken. N. J.; Mrs. Christin
Washlngton. of Charlestown. XV. Va -
Mr. Wm. Powers. of Chlcago; Rev.
Sam Smith, of Wlnchester; Rev. Joe
Ware. of Culpeper.
The bride is the daughter of the
late Mr. Powers and the niece of the
Rev. Pike Powers. so well known In
the church ln Vlrglnla. The groom la
the son of the late Mr. Washlngton
Lewis. of the Audley Lewis famlly
and grandson of Mr. Reverdy Johnson,
the^'c'elebrated Baltimore lawyer.
Slnclair?nbcejr.
[Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
WASHINGTON, D. C, Aprll 23.?Mlas
Georgiana Rixey and Dr. John A.
Broadus Slnclair. ? of Charlottesvllle,
Va., were marrled yesterday at thc
home of the bride on Slxteenth Street.
The "party attendlng the couple con
sisted of the groomsman, Dr. Charles
S. Venable; Mr. Garland McNutt, Mr.
Willlam Flfe, Mr. Charles Sinclalr, of
Charlottesvllle; Mr. Preston Rlxey, Mr.
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Boneless Codfish, lb., - - - 6c
Good Lard, per pound, - - 9c
Large Irish Potatoes, peck...... \
3 pounds Roll Butter. J
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Good Carolina Rice, per lb,, 6c
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Vlrglnla Prlde Coffeo, pound.Ha
Good Mlxed Tea, pound.30a
ficotch Herrings. box.2Ue
Large Cans Enkod Beana.8u
Large Julcy Lomons, per dozen. .13 l?3q
Best Elgin Butter, per lb., 30c
Carolina Rice, per pound. ?o
Best Wlne, Catawba and Blacltbsrry,
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Dcpendablc qualities and Gloves that fit and Avcar. The forcgoing attributcs apply to
all Gloves offered in this sale, and is equally true of all sold by this firm. Superiority, com?
bined Avith loAvcst prices and largest assortments, makes Mosby's Glove counter the bu.iest
the ycar around.
$1.50 Elbow Length Silk Gloves, Special, $1 pair 1 Extra Heavy Elbow Length Silk Gloves, $1.50 pr
Flne IC-hutton length. extra heavy weight, double
tipped: colors. black, whlte. "gray, slate, tan, brown
and pongee; speclal, $1.00 palr.
Sale of Perrin's Elbow Length Gloves*
Real Freneh Kid. Every Color.
Every Pair Guaranteed.
Flne assortment of all street and evenlng shades.
Every palr guaranteod.
12-Button Length, $3.00 palr.
16-Button Length, $3.50 palr.
Ladies' 35c Lisle Hose, 25c.
Extra Flne Gauze Lisle Hose; colors; tan, whlte
and black; regular 36c kind; speclal, 26c.
Extra heavy weight, all-plece sllk; colors. pink.
llght blue, lavender, tan, brown, whito, black, Copen?
hagen, navy and green; regular $2.00 klnd, $1.50,
Freneh Chamois Gloves.
Thoroughly washable, sphero polnt backs; colors,
whlto and natural.
1-Outton Length, $1.00 palr.
12-Button Length, $1.08 palr.
16-Button Length, $2.50 palr.
(Black Cat Stockings, 17c pair.
They aln't leather, but they wear Hk_ leather; all
slzes 6 to 10, 17c. ? .
75c Lace Hose, 50c.
Colors, whlte, black and tan'; entirely new pat?
terns; spoclal, ROc.
Read Every
Word of This
Here is a Saving Announcement.
This season's newest and fashionable Suits, about 250 in this lot, and every one have
been our best sellers. The saving in every instance is one-half. If you need a Suit, .vant
the newest and best and want to save one-half, here is your opportunity. . '?
$20.00 nnd 525.00 Sultsi now .$12.08
$30.00 and 935.00 Suits now .$17.08
$40.00
$..-..00
SuKs
Suits
now.i; . $10.75
no-V..$2_.75
Special
Sults that were $60.00 to $100.00 now. .$.10.50
Newest materlals, flnest workmanshlp and latest
klnds of fashlons ln the cut of every one of theso
garments.
Remnants?
Of Wash and White Goods in good, useful
lengths; many in dress lengths at exactly half
price.
C. H. Slnclair, Mr. S. G. Hidon and Mr.
A. W. Griffln.
The best man was Judge. G. B. Sln?
clair. brother of the brldegroom; Mlss
Ellzabeth Endlcott, mald of honor. ln
whlte net over white satin: MIsb Annls
Sinclair, Mlss Glenna Slnclair. sisters
of the brldegroom; Mlss Julla Hawes
and Mlss Bessle Slnclair, in white net
over gold-colored satin, and Mlss Hen
nlo Rlxey, flower glrl. The bride, who
was cscorted by her father, Mr. C. .1.
Rlxey was rlchly dressed In whlte
Fatln and lace. Dr. and Mrs. Broadus
Htt?r a Northern journey, wlll go to
Charlottesvllle. Va., thelr future home.
Green?Ogden.
[Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
ALEXANDR1A. VA.. Aprll 23.?Miss
Bessle Elhart Green, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J. Johnston Green, of Brad
dock Heights. and Kenneth W. Ogden.
ot thls clty. wero marrled Tuesday
nlght at thc rectory of St. Pauls
Protestant Eplscopal Church. Rev. P.
P Philllps offtclatlng. Because of n
recent death in the brlde's famlly the
ceremony was pronounced ln the pres?
ence of only the Immediate relatlves
of the two famllles. Mr. and Mrs
Ogden left for tho North to spend theli
honeymoon.
Gompcra?Mlnton.
rsperlol to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
SPOTSYLVANIA, VA., Aprll 23.?
Mr David C. Gompers and Mlas Lucj
D. Mlnton, both of Virginia, were mar?
rled in North Carolina on Wednesday
laat by Rev. George N. Withers. of tlu
Lutheran Church. Mr. and_Mrs.;,Gora
pera wlll reslde in North Carolina.
Dnme ron?Edwards.
[Sneclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
HEATHSVILLE. VA., Aprll 23.?Mr.
Joseph James Dameron and Mlss Dalsy
Alma Edwards were marrled at the
Baptist parsonage hero a fejv days
ago Rev. 1T. S. Driscoll oflclatlng. Mr.
Imi Mrs. Dameron wlll reslde at Wl
com c . K|ope |o portsniouth.
rfipeclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
SUFFOLK VA.-*Aprll 23.?Mlss Mat
tie O Marbio. young daughter ? of Mr.
Robert Marble of Suffolk. to-day
eloped to Portsmouth, U;,**lthM.
Tr>=t>nli O Bosler, of New YorK. a. pri
vate telegram says they were raarrjod
at 7 o'clo-k this evenlng by Rev. Fath?
er Donohoe.
Drotliers?Tallcy.
Brothers. After the ceremony the
young couple left for a Northern trip.
THEIR GOLDEN WEDDING.
Mr. and Mrs. Scuy Celebrate Annlver
aary nt Fork Vnlon.
rsreclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
FORK UNION. VA.. April 23.?Sur
rounded by thelr chlldren, grandchll
aren and friends. Mr. and Mrs Meredith
Fletcher Seay yesterday celebrated the
flftleth anniversary of thelr -weddlng
aThe lovely country home waa "splc
and span." The rooms were decorated
wlth golden flowers, rlbbon and chlf?
fon. In the centro of the dlnlng- table,
which was covored wlth gold colored
chiffon and rlbbon. reposed a large
weddlng cake, ordered from Richmond,
aurrounded by golden orangos and
other frult. Cream, sherbet and straw
berries were served ln abundance. The
presents wore numerous and costly,
among whlch were elght or ten ?5 gold
pieces. , .,
Besldes the celebratlng couple, there
were present two other couples who
had already celebrated thelr golden
weddings. and one other to celebrate in
Snptember next. One aged lady? Mrs.
Mary Seay?who "stood up" wlth Mr.
and Mra. Seay, was present?and ten or
more othors who wero at the weddlng
of flfty years ago.
It was strictly an "old folks" gather?
ing, the avorage age of most of those
present belng slxty years, It was most
interestlng to watch the faces of these
old frlonds as thoy talkod together,
some ot thom bolng past threescore and
ten.
Of the nlne chlldren of Mr, and Mrs.
Seay, only two were absent?Mrs.. Dr.
Nevitte, of Accomac, and Mrs. Noel,
of Washlngton, D, C. Those pro.ent
were Mr. Andraw Seay, Mr. Fletchev
Seay, Mlss EllsalMh Wlnn Seay (grad
uate nurso of the Retreat, RIohmond,
Va;); Mrs. A. ? L. Melton, Mrs. John
Crlghtwell, Mrs. George Fox, of.New?
port Nows. and Mrs. XV. A. Bragg.
The groom had flve sisters wlth hlm
all over slxty yeara, and of tha twenty
granilelilhlreh, .ali wero there but four.
InvlUtions prlnted ln gold were sent
to tho following persons, most of whon
attended: Mr. and Mrs. W. Archer An?
derson, Mr. uml Mrs. Edgar Pettlt, Mr
nnd Mrs. Dr. XV. E. Hatcher, Mr. and
Mrs. Bernard Burgess, Mr, and Mrs.
W, C, Fetty, of Culpeper; Mrs. Mary
Seay, Mrs. Julla Snead, Mrs. EUa
Thomas, Mrs. David Norvell, Mt*. aml
Mra. -larry_ iWiULe,. Mr, tai.llv*-, Soni
Whlte, Mr. and Mrs. Frnyser AVhlte, Mr.
Neai Snead .nnd Miss Lucy Snead, Mr.
and Mrs. Joe D. Snead, Mr. and Mrs.
Jcsso Knead, Mr. and Mrs. AV. AV.
Hughes. Mr. and Mrs. C B. AA'ood,
Misses Wlnn. Mrs. Terry, Mlsses Anna
and Pocahontos Gay, Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Seay Mr. and Mrs. AA'. L. Saundors,
Mr. and Mrs. George Morrls, Mr. Wll?
liam Lockctt. Mr.. Joseph AV'ood, Mr.
and Mrs. Sant Seay, Mr. and Mrs. T. J.
Mclton, Mrs. Fannie GrlfTln, Mrs. Aman
ria Pettlt and Misa Blanche Pettl-, Mr.
and Mrs. Mason Branham, Mr. and Mrs.
James Mann, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. BIgger
and Miss Helen Orchard, of Richmond,,
and Mr. anrt Mrs. Peyton Strange, of
Columbla. ?
THE XEAVS OF IIALEIGH.
Insuranrr Company's Llcense Cnn
celled?Charter Grunted.
[Speclal to The Tlmen-Dlapatch..
RALEIGH. N. C, Aprll 23.?-The ll?
cense of the Security Life Insurance
Company to do business ln thls State
ls cancelled by the Stato Commlssloner
ot Insurance for failure to comply wlth
the State statute requirlng that securl?
tles to a certaln per cent. of the insur
ance in the State bo deposited ln the
State. The prlnclpal offlces are ln
Chlcago, but it is a Arirginla corpora?
tion.
Dr. J. L. Picot has arrived from Llt
tleton to take up hls new dutles as
second asslstant physician at tho Stato
Hospltal here, succeedlng Dr. E. B.
Ferebee, who reslgned to undertake a
general practlee of hls professlon In
Ralelgh.
A churter was Issued to-day for tho
Henderson Game and Fish Association,
capital subscrlbed, $500, by AV. S.
Parker, George A. Rose and-H.-T.
Powell, for malntalnlng hunting and
fishlng preserves.
Three brothers, middle-aged men,
named Stone, arrived this morning
from England, and reported to the
State Department of Agrlculture as lm
mlgrants deslroue of - loeatlng. In thi$
Stato as share-farmors. In accordance
wlth tho offorts of tho department <n
thls dlrectlon tho Commlssloner . oC.
Agrlculture wlll undel-take to sultably;
locate the three. ? ?
Whlte the matter is not deflnltftly.
settlcd yet, nev. .L C. Massee has glven
very strong nssuratvces to hls congre?
gation at Tabernaclo Baptist Church'
here that ho will not accept the call
to tho pastorate of tne- fjaptl&t Church.
in ChattanooRa. whlch rocentlj. extend?
ed hlm a call.
AYCOCK IN HKXIIEK-OX.
Sentlment of tlie - County Probably
Agalnst Prohlbition. ?
[Speclal to The Tlmes-Dl-patcb.l
HENDERSON, N. C, Aprll 23,?Ex
Governor C. B. Aycock dellvers an ad?
dress In the opera house to-nlght on
prohlbition. Whllo tho question Is be?
lng ltberally dlscussed there Is but
little Interest belng manifested by tha
people ln thls sectlon. Indlcatlons are
that A'ance will glve a conslderable
majority agalnst prohlbition.
In Mayor Southerland's court one
Wycon, a negro "hobo," waa arraigne-3,
charged with breaklng into a frelght
car at Manson; failing to give bond
he was sent to Jail. ? ?? l ,
At the Baptist Churcii In this place
much Interest Is shown among the
members of that dcnominatlon. Tha
Rev. Mr. Doan* tho pastoiy an able and
zealous mlnister, is preachlng some ot
ti-.o ablest sermons that havo been
heard In Henderson for some tlme.
Services stlll continue with great In?
terest. ?
O-A-iS-X'-O-FtX ____..
Be-Titie- -- ?:-><_?TMi .d-ferlaif. Always Buiiglrt
Blgnatnr.
of
?&?&k
S-NTIFRICE ^JU?M___m__JF "?t?ira\
Excelsior Gas Ranges
Are Excellent
One cook writes: I used two
other gas ranges, but the Excel?
sior is the best I have ever used.
J.T.S.
We claim this Range
cannot be equalled in cook?
ing and baking br gas-sav
ing qualities.
$16, $17. and
upto $25.00
:S xitv^^t^ &w_i*ti*. Stoves'
_wwtw&^Rv.wa Sts . %\mv>w_. va.
Hang Your Faith on
Our Carriages.
The greatest value given to?
day in iVirginia on Buggics, Run?
abouts, Sur. eys,.- .Wagons. and
Harness.
, Prices in reach- ol everybody,
Ainslie Carriage Co.,
Snle-irootn a?d Fnutorr,
Koa. 8, 10 ?nd 18 S. KlsUlb ?*.
- HIOHMOND, VA,

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